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UNITED STATES 



Census of Business : 1954 



Volume VI 



SELECTED SERVICE TRADES— AREA STATISTICS 

Establishments, Receipts, Payroll, and Personnel for the 

United States, Geographic Divisions, States, 

Standard Metropolitan Areas, Counties, Cities 

and the Territories of Alaska and Hawaii 



Part 1 

UNITED STATES SUMMARY 

and 

ALABAMA— MISSISSIPPI 



Prepared under the supervision of 

HARVEY KAILIN 

Chief, Business Division 



UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 
WASHINGTON : 1956 



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DEPOSITORY 

Boston Public Library- 
Superintendent of Documents 

NOV 1 3 1957 




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BUREAU OF THE CENSUS 3 ia^4/^ 

ROBERT W. BURGESS, Direc/or ' ' ' 



A. Ross EcKLER, Deputy Director 
Howard C. Grieves, Assistant Director 
Conrad Taeuber, Assistant Director 

Jack B. Robertson, Special Assistant 
Morris H. Hansen, Assistant Director for Statistical Standards 
Walter L. Kehres, Assistant Director for Administration 
Calvert L. Dedrick, Chief, Internationa! Statistical Programs Office 
A. W. von Struve, Acting Public Information Officer 

Business Division — Harvey Kailin, Chief 

Service Trade Branch — Louis Greenberg, Chiej 

Retail Trade Branch— Henry Wulff, Ctoief 

Wholesale Trade Branch — John Albright, Chief 

Statistical Methods Branch— Ralph S. Woodruff, Chief 

Procedures and Processing Branch — Frank A. CiriUo, Chief 

Current Surveys Branch — James W. Turbitt, Chief 
Economic Operations Division — M. D. Bingham, Chief 

Irving Weiss, Assistant Chief 

Administrative Service Division — Everett H. Burke, Chief 

Agriculture Division — Ray Hurley, Chief 

Budget and Management Division — Charles H. Alexander, Chief 

Field Division — Robert B. Voight, Chief 

Foreign Trade Division — J. Edward Ely, Chief 

Geography Division — Clarence E. Batschelet, Chief 

Governments Division — Allen D. Manvel, Chief 

Housing Division — Wayne F. Daugherty, 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 

Statistical Reports Division — Edwin D. Goldfield, Chief 

Statistical Research Division — William N. Hurwitz, Chief 

Transportation Division — Donald E. Church, Chief 



This 


volume 


comprises 


the 1954 Census of Business Selected Service Trades 


Area Bu 


letins. 


Series 


S-1 








SUGGESTED 


IDENTIFICATION 














U. S. Bureau of the Census 
Vol. VI, Selected Service 
United States Summar) 
U. S. Government Printing 


U. S. Census of Business: 1954- 
Trades — Area Statistics, Part 1, 
and Alabama— Mississippi. 
Office, Washington, D. C, 1956 









For sale by the Superintendeat of Documents, U. S. Government Printing Office, 
Washington 25, D. C. , or any of the Field Offices of the Department of Commerce. 



PREFACE 

This is one of a series of volumes presenting final results of the 1954 Census of Business for 
Selected Service, Retail, and Wholesale Trade. Statistics for the Selected Service Trades are 
contained in two volumes. Volume V and this volume. The 1954 Census, which was conducted by 
mail canvass of business establishments and by use of Internal Revenue Service records 
(see "Method of Enumeration" in Introduction), was authorized by law under Title 13, United 
States code, Section 131. Previous business censuses covered the years 1929, 1933, 1935, 1939, 
and 1948. 

Important to the conduct of the 1954 Census of Business was the cooperation of the Bureau of 
Old- Age and Survivors Insurance and the Internal Revenue Service in permitting use of certain 
records thus making possible a material reduction in the cost of enumerating the Census. The 
Bureau also acknowledges the assistance of many private and public organizations in the planning 
phase of the census and the excellent cooperation of some 1,750,000 business establishments in 
completing the required Census forms. 

The advice of trade associations, individual businessmen, research and marketing organiza- 
tions, and government agencies was invaluable in determining the feasibility of collecting various 
types of data and the methods for minimizing the burden of reporting, as well as in determining 
the types of information which would be of greatest value. Especially helpful was the Advisory 
Council on Federal Reports, which through special panels of business experts advised and as- 
sisted in the development of inquiries. 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 chambers of commerce, business organizations, trade papers, local news- 
papers, and television and radio stations aided greatly in informing businessmen of the nature 
and objectives of the census and facilitated the collection of census reports. 

Primary responsibility for the 1954 Census of Business program was centered in the Business 
Division of the Census Bureau, under the direction of Harvey Kailin, Chief of the Division. Louis 
Greenberg, Chief of the Service Trade Branch, supervised the service trade segment of the Busi- 
ness Census. He was assisted by Harry Kahan, Floyd D. McNaughton, Anna C. Miller, and 
Joseph E. Quillen of the Service Trade Branch who were chiefly responsible for handling tech- 
nical problems. 

Processing of the 1954 Census of Business reports was performed by the Economic Opera- 
tions Division, under the supervision of M. D. Bingham, Division Chief, and Irving Weiss, As- 
sistant Chief. Donald K. Weasmer, then Chief of the Retail and Service Census Branch, was 
responsible for processing Service Trade reports and tabulations. He was assisted by Jack A. 
Scharff and John S. Lannan. 

In the Field Division, Jack B. Robertson, then Chief of the Division; Ivan G. Munro, Assist- 
ant Chief; and Arthur L. Cook, then Chief of the Economic Census Branch, directed the field 
work for the Census of Business. 

Important functions were also performed by the Machine Tabulation Division under C. F. Van 
Aken, Chief. Mrs. Catherine M. Neafsey, Chief of the Economics Section, was responsible for 
machine tabulation techniques and procedures used in Service Trades tabulations. 

Geography Division personnel participating in various phases of Business Census work were 
Clarence E. Batschelet, Chief; Robert C, Klove, Assistant Chief; and William T, Fay, Chief, Sur- 
vey Planning Branch. 

Donald K. Heiser, Chief of the Electronics Systems Branch, assisted by Rudolph M. Micoly, 
Chief of Operations for the Branch, was responsible for planning and use of electronic computer 
and accompanying equipment. Robert H. Brooks, Chief, Graphics Branch, was responsible for 
preparing Census of Business publications for reproduction. Mrs. Elma Beynon of the Statis- 
tical Reports Division reviewed all text material and table forms, and assisted on publications 
problems. 

December 1956. Ill 



Ohiiptur 

I. Uiiilcil Sl.ilcs S»iiiMi;iry. 
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19^1 CKNSUS OF BUSINESS FINAL RF^PORTS 
Volume I: Ri:i AIL TKADIi SUMMARY S'lATISTlCS 

ChupU'i" 

*^. I.c^al r'onn oi Oi^^ani/ation. 

6. Mistcllant'ous. 
*7. Territories of Alaska arnl Hawaii. 



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Volume II: RHTAII. IRADIi— ARliA SIA'IISTICS 



lliiili.l Sl.ilts MMiuii.uy .iiul sr|i.ii.Llc' ili,i|iltis (m c.nli Sl.ilr. llu' Dis 
III! I <il < iihinilii.i, Alaska, ami Hawaii, Statistics liy kuiiiIus, cities, .\i\<\ 
slaiiil.iij MIC lii'i'iililan areas, ami liy kimi of liiisiness; witli cioss il.issiliia 



turn hy kiiiJ ol business for staiuLiril metropolitan areas antl tor cities 
.iiul counties with ^00 or more retail tstahlisliments. (Chapters also are 
issiiecl as separate reports in bulletin series R-l.) 



V. 



Ill: WHOLIuSALi: IRADF. SlIMMAR^■ S'lATISTlCS, AND PUBLIC WAREHOUSES 



W'llOI.ISAI b IKADb 

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♦I'UIUIC W ARHHOUSES 



Voliimr IV: W'l K )Li:SALi: I RADL: ARliA S'l'A TIS'IICS 

1 lulled Sl.iles summ.iry and separ.ile cb.ipteis lor each State, the Uis- tion by kind of business for standard metropolitan areas, and for counties 

liicl ol ( olumbi.i, Alask.i, .ind Hawaii. Sl.ilistics by counties, cities, and and cities with 100 or more wholesale establishments. (Chapters also are 

sl.md.iid nil liopolit.in .ire.is. .ind bv kind ol business, willi cioss cl.isslliia- issued as separate reports in bulletin series NX' - 1 . ) 



Voltimr V: SLLLCTLD SliRVICL TRADI'S— SUMMARY STATISTICS 



I'liimii'i 

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*.'. Receipts Size. 
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Chiiptci- 

♦6. Hotels; Motels and 'I'lnirist Courts. 

*7. Power Laundries, Cleaning and Dyeing I'l.mts. .uid Kelated Services. 

♦H. Nfotion Pictures. 
'). Miscellaneous. 
*10 'lerritoiies of Al.isk.i and Haw.iii. 



VohiiiK' VI: SI l.l'CTI O S1:RVICI' 'IRADLS— ARLA STATISTICS 



rmlol Sl.iles siimm.m ,iiid sepaiate ch.ipleis loi each Si. lie. the Dis- 
trict of Columbia, Alaska, and Hawaii. Statistics hy counties, cities, and 
standard meliopolit.in areas, and by kind of business; with cross classifica- 



tion by kind ot business for sl.indard metropolilan aicas and for cities 
and counties with 200 or more service establishments. (C haplers also 
are issued as seriarate reports in bulletin series S-1.) 



CI'NTRAI. HUSINISS DISTRICT IHILLLTINS 



Central business district statistics are published in a series of separate 
bulletins comprisinj; a report for e.icb of ')^ selected larjje cities. These 
bulletins are not bound in a volume Hiilletins contain comparative 
l')^•l and I'J-IS data on mimbei ot esl.ibhsliments, volume of sales (or 
receipts), and annual payroll loi ,ill retail stores and about 2'> kinds of 



retail business, and for hotels and motion picture theaters. Areas for 
which data are presented include the central business district, the city in 
which it is located, the standard metropolitan area containing the city, 
the city outside the central business district, .ind the standard metropolitan 
area outside the central business district 



CONTENTS 



INTRODUCTION 

Kinds of buslneas covered 1 

Method of •numorallon 1 

Compartfion of 1^8 and 195-i oensuses 1 

Conf tJeiitluVliy of dnU 2 

E)[plnn»tlon of terma 2 

City ol7,e 3 

Standard metropolitan area conoept 3 

Klnd-of-tudlnogs clasol float Ion ^ 3 

Kl nd-o f- bus 1 neat) deoorlptiona 3 

Klnd-of-buAlneas stuba 10 

Census Inquiries 12 

List of standard metropollian areas and their definitions 13 

Haps: 

Standard Metropolitan Areas: 195-4 1^ 

Standard Metropolitan Areas in the Northeastern Part 

of the llni ted Sta tee 17 



INDEX TO CHAPTERS 

The pages of this volume have boon numbered Independently within each chapter; poge numbers oonslol of two parln, the first part being the chapter number. 
Thus 1-U, Is chapter 1, page U (United Stales Summary); 10-19 is chapter 10, page 19 (Florida); ota. Pago 3 of eaoh chaplor oontulno a table of contents for Ihat 
chapter. A mp appears on page 2 of each chapter: In chopter 1, the U. S. map showing Census regions and dlvifilono; in State ohnptorn, q map showing counties and 
standard metropolilnn areas. See "Dosorlptlon of Tables" for titles of tables in each chapter. 



Chapter 

United States Summary.... 1 

Alabama 2 

Arizona 3 

Arkansas A 

California 5 

Colorodo 6 

Cormeotloul 7 

Delaware 8 

District of Columblo 9 

Florida 10 

Georgia 11 

Idaho 12 

Illinois 13 

Indiana U 

Iowa 15 

Kansas 16 

Ken lucky 17 

Loulsiona 18 



Mulnc 

Maryland 

Mruinachusetts.. 

Michigan 

Minnesota 

Mlstilssippl. .. . 

Mlauourl 

MontnnFi 

Nobraykii 

Nevada 

New Hampshire.. 
Now Jersey 

New Mexico 

New York 

North Carolina, 
North Dakota.. . 

Ohio 

Oklahoma 



Chapter 

19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
2A 

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26 
27 
28 
29 
30 

31 
32 
33 
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36 



Chapter 

37 
38 
39 
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43 



Oregon 

Pennsylvania 

Rhode Inland 

South Cnrolliin 

South Dakota 

Tennessee 

Texas 

Utah AA 

Vermont A5 

Virginia 46 

Washington 47 

West Virginia 48 

Wisconsin 49 

Wyoming 50 

Alaska 51 

Hawaii 52 



DESCRIPTION OF TABLES 

United Stales Summary Chapter: P^ae 

Table —^ 

lA Seleoted Services: 1954— United States, by lUnd of Business; Establishments, Receipts, Payroll, and Personnel 1-5 

IB Selected Services: 1948— United States, by Kind of Business; Eatablistunents and Receipts 1-6 

IC Selected Services: 195^— United States and States; Establlahmenta, Receipts, Payroll, and Personnel 1-7 

ID Selected Services: 1954— United States, by Kind of Business and by States; Efitabllohmonta and Receipts 1-8 

IE Selected Servloea: 1954— SUndard Metropolitan Areas, by Kind of Business; EGtabllslunenls and Reoeipla 1-27 

IF Selected Services: 1954— United SUtoo, by Kind of Business and City Size; Establlslimonts, Rocolpla, and Annual Payroll 1-41 

IG Selected Services: 1954— Geographic Divisions, by Kind of Bualnoso and City Size; Establishments, Receipts, and Annual Payroll 1-50 

Slate and Territory Chapters: 
Table 

101 Selected Services: 1954— The State; Establishments, Receipts, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of BuslneoG. 
lOlA Selected Services: 1948— The State; Eslabllahroenlo ond Receipts, by Kind of Buslneas. 

102 Selected Services: 1954— Counties, Cities of 2,500 Inhabitants or More; Total Selected Services— Establishments, Recelptu, Payroll, and Personnel, Kind-of- 

Bualness Group — Establishments and Receipts. 

103 Selected Services: 1954— Standard Motropollton Areas; EstabHahments, Receipts, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business. 

104 Selected Services: 1954— Counties with 200 Establishments or More; Establishments, Receipts, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business. 

105 Selected Services: 1954— Cities with 200 EsUbllshmento or More; Establishmenta, RoROlpta, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Buclneoa. 



The dri;a chaplcm of this volume conripnae the slatistical portions ol 
previously published area bullelins (series S- 1). 

Correcliona, if any, found after publication of the area bulletin hnvc 
been made by reprintinji the appropriate page in this volume. All reprinted 
pages arc indicated on the contents page of the appropriate chapter. 



INTRODUCTION 



The 1954 Census of Business, along with the 1954 Censuses of 
Manufactures and Mineral Industries, was authorized by law un- 
der Title 13, United States Code, section 131. These 1954 Cen- 
suses covered businesses operated in continental United States, 
Alaska, and Hawaii. Separate Censuses of Business and Manu- 
factures for 1954 were also Conducted in Puerto Rico jointly with 
the Commonwealth Government. 

The 1954 Census of Business covered Selected Service Trades, 
Retail Trade, and Wholesale Trade. This volume provides find- 
ings for that portionof the 1954 Census of Business which relates 
to the Selected Service Trades. 

KINDS OF BUSINESS COVERED 

This report covers all establishments primarily engaged in 
certain Selected Service Trades, defined in accordance with the 
principles of the Standard Industrial Classification System, as 
published in Volume II, Nonmanufacturing Industries (1949 edi- 
tion) of the Standard Industrial Classification Manual issued under 
the auspices of the Bureau of the Budget, Executive Office of the 
President, and subsequently amended by the Bureau of the Budg- 
et for use in the 1954 Census of Business. Of the 15 major 
groups included in the Service Division of the Manual, the 1954 
Census of Business includes the following S. I. C. major groups 
essentially in their entirety: 

70. Hotels, camps (rooming and boarding houses, organiza- 
tion hotels and lodging houses have been omitted from the Cen- 
sus). 

72. Personal services. 

73. Miscellaneous business services (accounting, auditing, 
bookkeeping have been omitted from the Census). 

75. Automobile repair services and garages. 

76. Miscellaneous repair services. 

78. Motion pictures. 

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

The following major groups of the Service 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. 

80. Medical and other health services. 

81. Legal services. 

82. Educational services. 

84. Museums, art galleries, and botanical and zoological gar- 
dens. 

86. Nonprofit membership organizations. 

88. Private households. 

89. Miscellaneous services. 

METHOD OF ENUMERATION 

For purposes of coverage in the 1954 Census of Business, 
service establishments were divided into two categories— those 
with any paid employment during 1954, i. e., the "employer" 
universe; and those with no paid employment during 1954, i. e., 
the "nonemployer" universe. The method of obtaining Census in- 
formation for these two groups was as follows: 

Enumeration of "Employers. " — Information for establishments 
having paid employees and engaged in the selected service trades 
was obtained by means of a mail canvass. Report forms were 
mailed to all business firms which were included in the active 
records of the Internal Revenue Service as subject to payment of 



Federal Insurance Contributions Act (PICA) taxes (i. e., em- 
ployers of one or more persons) and which were classified in the 
records of the Bureau of Old Age and Survivors Insurance 
(BOASI) as wholly or partially engaged in retail, wholesale, man- 
ufacturing, mineral industries, and in major groups 70, 72, 73, 
75, 76, 78, and 79 of the Service portion of the Standard Industrial 
Classification Manual . In addition, report forms were mailed to 
all establishments which BOASI had not classified by kind of 
business prior to the mailing of Census report forms. Each es- 
tablishment was mailed a report form appropriate to its BOASI 
classification (for those cases for which BOASI classification 
had not yet been established, a general purpose form was used) 
but its 1954 Census classification was determined by replies to 
questions on the Census report form. 

Enumeration of " Nonemployer s. "— This group was defined to 
include service businesses within the census scope other than 
those represented in the active FICA records of the Internal 
Revenue Service. Information for this group of establishments 
was furnished by the Internal Revenue Service and was derived 
from the 1954 tax returns. Information was compiled from only 
one-half of these cases and census results for this group were 
established by multiplying such findings by 2. The "non- 
employer" segment of the Service Trade Census, although making 
up more than half the establishments, accounted for about 10 
percent of the total service trade volume of receipts. 

COMPARISON OF 1948 AND 1954 CENSUSES 

The 1948 and 1954 Business Censuses differed in several re- 
spects which affect to some degree the comparability of data for 
the service trades. The results of a study being made to evalu- 
ate these differences will be included in later publications of the 
1954 Census. The more important general differences are dis- 
cussed in this section. The effect on individual kinds of business 
is discussed in the KIND-OF-BUSINESS CLASSIFICATION 
section below. 

(1) The 1954 Business Census excludes those service establish- 
ments with no paid employment in 1954 which had a receipts 
volume of less than $1,000 in that year. Previously published 
results of the 1948 Census excluded establishments which oper- 
ated the entire year but which had a receipts volume of under 
$500. However, in this series of 1954 Census publications, the 
1948 Census figures have been revised to the same dollar cutoff 
as was used in the 1954 Census. This change was made to help 
achieve greater comparability between the two censuses, although 
it should be recognized that changes in price level which have 
occurred between 1948 and 1954 have the effect of complicating 
comparisons between the two censuses. Use of the same dollar 
volume cutoff does not take into consideration such changes in 
price level. However, this situation does not importantly affect 
a comparison between the two censuses with respect to the total 
dollar volume of receipts, as establishments in this range con- 
stitute an insignificant fraction of the service receipts volume. 

(2) The adoption of the mail canvass method in the 1954 
Business Census, described under METHOD OF ENUMERATION 
above, made it feasible to extend the coverage of the census to 
"nonrecognizable" establishments and those closed part of the 
year because of the seasonal nature of their activities. In the 
1948 and previous Business Censuses, coverage was limited to 
places which were "recognizable" as business establishments to 
enumerators who systematically canvassed all city blocks, roads, 
highways, etc. The use of the BOASI mailing lists and IRS rec- 
ords, referred to above, for the 1954 Census made this limitation 
unnecessary and resulted in the addition to the census coverage 



SELECTED SERVICES— AREA STATISTICS 



of "nonrecognizable" businesses; e. g., businesses operated from 
homes or from desk space rented in offices; businesses operated 
from telephone listings; businesses operated on an itinerant 
basis, etc. Most of the "nonrecognizable" cases in the 1954 
Census are classified in the business service and miscellaneous 
repair service categories (see KIND-OF-BUSINESS CLASSIFI- 
CATION, below). For most kinds of business the effect of the 
inclusion of "nonrecognizables" is greater on the count of es- 
tablishments than on the volume of receipts. Where the effect on 
a particular kind of business is important it is noted in the 
section on KIND-OF-BUSINESS CLASSIFICATION below. 

(3) The change in method of enumeration also resulted in 
the inclusion in the 1954 Business Census of a number of estab- 
lishments which were in business a part of 1954 but not at the 
end of 1954. In the 1948 and previous Business Censuses, the cov- 
erage of establishments (except for those of large multiunit or- 
ganizations for which special canvass procedures were used) was 
substantially limited to places which, at the end of the year, 
were still in business. In the 1954 Census, however, the inclusion 
of establishments not in business at the end of the year was pos- 
sible to the extent that such establishments were included in 
the active files of the Internal Revenue Service used for mailing 
list purposes or to the extent that they were identified in the 
records used for the "nonemployer" universe. In both 1954 and 
previous Business Censuses, the count of establishments is 
limited to those in business at the end of the year. Other items of 
data in the 1954 Census, however, include figures for part year 
establishments not in business at the close of the year. The ex- 
tent to which data for such establishments have been included in 
the 1954 Census figures will be noted in later publications. 

(4) Another important difference between the two censuses is 
in the treatment of sales, excise, and amusement taxes levied 
directly on the consumer. In the 1948 Census of Business such 
taxes were not included in the total receipts of service establish- 
ments, whereas they were included in the 1954 Census. The over- 
all effect of this change, however, is believed to be small, as 
most State service and sales taxes averaged about two or three 
percent. The most important segment of service trade affected 
by this difference is the amusement trades. In this field Federal 
and local tax rates tend to be comparatively high, and the 1954 
receipts data will be correspondingly greater. 

(5) Comparability of 1948 and 1954 Business Census results 
is also affected by a change in concept which affects volume of 
receipts in the Selected Service Trades, in "Business Services" 
and in "Advertising Agencies." In 1948 receipts of advertising 
agencies were included net of media costs, whereas in 1954 their 
receipts included media costs. This results in an estimated in- 
crease of over $2 billion in total receipts for the United States. 

(6) Comparison of the two Censuses is further qualified by the 
fact that the scope of the 1954 Census was expanded to include 
the following kinds of business: Motion picture production, 
distribution, and allied services; trailer parks; and membership 
golf and country clubs. 

CONFIDENTIALITY OF DATA 

In accordance with Census law, any data which would disclose 
the operations of an individual establishment or business organ- 
ization are not published. The number of establishments in a 
kind of business is not considered a disclosure by Census rules, 
so that this item is shown in instances where other items of in- 
formation for the same kind of business or locality are sup- 
pressed. 

EXPLANATION OF TERMS 

Establishments . — Census of Business figures represent a sum- 
mary of reports for individual "establishments" rather than 
"companies." A separate report was obtained for each location 
where business was conducted, including each location of multi- 
unit organizations. Each report in the Census was tabulated 
in accordance with the physical location at which the business 
was conducted. For purposes of the count of establishments, 



those which conducted business at some time during 1954 but 
went out of business before the end of the year are excluded; 
however, other data pertaining to such establishments are in- 
cluded in the tabulations. (See COMPARISON OF 1948 AND 
1954 CENSUSES, Item 3, above.) 

Although the tabulations of the Census are on an establish- 
ment rather than ownership basis, in certain tables the estab- 
lishment figures are grouped into ownership categories. This 
is the case in the bulletin "Single Units and Multiunits" and in a 
planned company statistics bulletin covering company activities in 
all parts of the 1954 Censuses of Business, Manufactures, and 
I Mineral Industries. 

Where two or more activities were carried on under the same 
ownership at a single establishment, the entire establishment 
was classified on the basis of its major activity and all data for 
it included in that classification. However, when these activities 
were conducted by separate business entities, each entity was 
treated as an establishment. Thus, a leased department in a 
department store (such as a beauty shop) was treated as a sepa- 
rate establishment and is included in these tabulations on the 
basis of its activities rather than as a part of the store within 
which it operates. 

This bulletin does not include figures for those locations of a 
multiunit organization which service, or are auxiliary to, the 
operating establishments of the organization, such as separate 
garages, administrative offices, etc. Information for this type 
of unit will be included in later 1954 Census of Business publica- 
tions. In the 1948 Business Census, figures for such units were 
included in the Service Trade tabulations, but not separately 
identified. 

Receipts .— Receipts are defined to include total receipts from 
customers during 1954, after deduction of refunds or allowances 
to customers. Receipts include receipts from sales of mer- 
chandise as well as from services to customers but exclude 
amounts other than those received from customers, such as in- 
come from investments, rental of real estate, etc. They include 
the amount of local and State sales taxes, amusement taxes, or 
Federal excise taxes which are collected by the establishment 
directly from customers, and paid directly by the establishment 
to a local. State, or Federal taxing agency. Excise and other 
taxes which are paid by the manufacturer or wholesaler and 
passed along to the service establishment are also included. 

The receipts figures, therefore, represent total receipts and 
sales of all establishments primarily engaged in the selected 
service trades. They do not include service receipts of re- 
tailers, manufacturers, wholesalers, and other businesses 
whose primary activity is other than in the selected service 
trades. They do, however, include receipts other than from 
service activities (e. g., sales of merchandise at wholesale 
or retail) by establishments primarily engaged in the selected 
service trades. 

Payroll, entire year . — Payroll includes all forms of com- 
pensation (salaries, wages, commissions, bonuses, and payments 
in kind) paid during theyear to all employees. For corporations, 
it includes amounts paid to officers and executives; however it 
does not include compensation of proprietors or of partners of 
unincorporated businesses. Included in payroll are the value 
of payments in kind, such as free meals, lodgings, etc., received 
by employees from their employers but not amounts received 
by employees as tips, etc. Payroll is reported before deductions 
for Social Security, income tax, insurance dues, etc. 

Payroll-Workweek ended nearest November 15 .— This item 
consists of payroll, as defined above, which was paid to persons 
on the payroll in the pay period ended nearest November 15, 
1954. Establishments whose payroll period was other than a 
week were requested to adjust the figures to a weekly basis. 

Paid employees — Workweek ended nearest November 15 .— 
Paid employees consist of the number of employees, including 
salaried officers and executives of corporations, who were on 
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"Fu ll workweek" employees .-"FulI workweek" employees in- 
clude employees, whether regular or seasonal who, for the 
specified pay period, were paid for working at least the number of 
hours typically worked in a week by employees of the reporting 
establishment. All other employees paid during that workweek 
were reported as part-workweek employees. 

Proprietors of unincorporated businesses . — Includes owners 
or partners of unincorporated businesses who devoted the major 
portion of their time to the operation of the business. 

CITY SIZE 

Each establishment included in the 1954 Census of Business 
was classified into one of nine city- size groups, based on the 
number of inhabitants in the city in which the establishment was 
located. City size was determined by the 1950 Census of Popu- 
lation count, except for places which had special censuses taken 
by the Bureau of the Census between Apr ill, 1950, and September 
15, 1954. The group entitled "Remainder of United States" in- 
cluded all establishments located in incorporated cities of less 
than 2,500 inhabitants, and in rural areas. 

STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA CONCEPT 

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

The general concept adopted in defining a standard metro- 
politan area was that of an integrated economic area with a 
large volume of daily travel and communication between a 
central city of 50,000 inhabitants or more and the outlying parts 
of the area. This resulted in an area considerably more re- 
stricted, 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 England, metropolitan areas 
have been defined on a town basis 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 173 standard metropolitan areas in continental United 
States and Hawaii for which 1954 Census of Business data are 
included in this volume are those defined by the Bureau of the 
Budget as of June 8, 1954. (See list on page 13.) 

KIND-OF-BUSINESS CLASSIFICATION 

Each establishment was assigned a kind-of-business classi- 
fication, in accordance with the provisions of the 1949 edition of 
the Standard Industrial Classification Manual , as subsequently 
amended by the Bureau of the Budget for use in the 1954 Census 
of Business. 

The problem of classification in the 1954 Census was somewhat 
complicated by the fact that establishments similar in character 
could have received different type Census forms on which to 
report their 1954 businesses. This occurred because the classi- 
fication information on which the mailing of forms was based was 
not always complete or sufficiently up to date in terms of what 
was needed for the final classification. While each of the report 
forms required the establishment to designate its kind of busi- 
ness, the supporting information which was requested necessarily 
varied from form to form. In some cases, this undoubtedly re- 
sulted in different classifications being assigned similar estab- 
lishments. 

Because "nonemployers" were not required to prepare Census 
reports (information for them having been furnished by the In- 
ternal Revenue Service from 1954 tax returns), the system de- 
scribed above could not be used in classifying their returns. For 



the "nonemployers" the only information available for classifica- 
tion was the designation or description of the establishment 
entered on the tax form by the proprietor. 

The difference in information collected and in the method of 
classifying establishments in this Census as referred to above led 
to some differences in the classification assigned as compared 
with the one which would have resulted from the system used in 
previous censuses. Although a precise measure of these differ- 
ences is not available at this time, it is likely that in most kinds 
of business the differences in the classifications assigned tended 
to offset each other. 

Known factors which might cause differences in specific kinds 
of business as compared with past censuses have been noted in 
the kind-of-business descriptions below. 

KIND-OF-BUSINESS DESCRIPTIONS 

Kind-of-business definitions are presented below under each 
of the major groups constituting the Selected Service Trades. 
In addition, discussions have been included for those kinds of 
business for which special problems existed. 

Personal Services 

This major group includes establishments primarily en- 
gaged in providing services generally involving the care of the 
person or his apparel, such as barber and beauty shops, 
cleaning and dyeing plants, laundries, and pressing and garment 
repair shops. The kinds of business classified within this group 
are the same as those included in the Standard Industrial Clas- 
sification Manual as "Personal Services," major group 72. 

Barber shops .— Establishments primarily engaged in fur- 
nishing barber services, with the exception of those shops 
owned by another business, and operated as a part of that busi- 
ness, such as a retail store or hotel. However, barber shop con- 
cessions (owned and operated independently), except concessions 
on trains and steamships, are included in this classification. 
Barber colleges are also included. 

Beauty shops . — Establishments primarily engaged in fur- 
nishing beauty services, with the exception of those shops 
owned by another business, and operated as a part of that 
business, such as a department store, women's ready-to-wear 
store, or hotel. However, beauty shop concessions (owned and 
operated independently) in retail stores or hotels are included. 
Schools for the instruction of beauty shop operators are also 
included. 

Barber and beauty shops combined . — Establishments which 
combine the functions of a barber shop and a beauty shop at 
the same site. 

Funeral service, crematories .— Establishments primarily en- 
gaged in preparing the dead for burial and conducting funerals. 
Receipts include the sale of funeral merchandise such as 
caskets, burial clothing, etc. Also included are sales of 
flowers, receipts from ambulance service and other receipts 
from business activities conducted at the establishment. Not 
included are repayments of cash advances made by the establish- 
ment to cover such items as cemetery expenses, flowers, livery 
service and other items not included in the price of the complete 
funeral. Crematories operated by cemeteries or those whose 
primary source of receipts is from space rental or sale, or the 
sale of interment vessels are not included in the Census. 

Photographic studios (including commercial photography) .— 
Establishments primarily engaged in photography for the general 
public, and commercial users. Included in this classification are 
portrait photographers; school, home and transient photogra- 
phers; aerial photographers-, and photographic studios servicing 
advertising agencies, publishers and other commercial users, 
except motion picture producers. 

Shoe repair shops .— Establishments primarily engaged in re- 
pairing footwear. Shoe repair departments conducted in con- 
nection with other sevice establishments (such as valet shops, 



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laundries, and cleaning and dyeing plants), or with retail es- 
tablishments (such as shoe stores and department stores) are 
not included in this classification, unless independently operated 
as leased departments or concessions. 

Shoeshine parlors . — Establishments primarily engaged in shin- 
ing shoes. Shoeshine departments of shoe repair shops, valet 
shops, and other service or retail establishments are not in- 
cluded in this classification, unless independently operated as 
leased departments or concessions. 

Hat cleaning shops .— Establishments primarily engaged in 
cleaning and blocking hats. Hat cleaning departments of shoe- 
shine parlors, valet shops, and other service or retail establish- 
ments are not included in this classification, unless independently 
operated as leased departments or concessions. 

Cleaning, pressing shops, and independent plant outlets . — In- 
dependently owned shops primarily engaged in pressing or ar- 
ranging for the cleaning and pressing of clothing for individuals. 
Valet shops and establishments generally known as " tailor shops, " 
primarily engaged in garment pressing, are included in this 
'classification, but custom tailors are classified in Retail 
Trade. Establishments known as "cleaners" which do no dry 
cleaning but have their cleaning done for them by cleaning and 
dyeing plants and independently operated collecting and distri- 
buting agencies serving cleaning and dyeing plants or power 
laundries are included in this classification. Not included in this 
classification are data for plant-owned shops for the pick-up and 
delivery of cleaning work. Receipts, employment, and payroll, 
but not number of establishments data for such shops have been 
included in the classification "Cleaning and dyeing plants." 

Garment repair, alteration (except fur) . — Shops primarily en- 
gaged in repairing and altering clothing (except fur) for in- 
dividuals. In the 1948 Census, these establishments were not 
separately classified, but were included in the classification 
"Pressing, alteration, garment repair shops (except fur)." 
"Dressmakers" and shops primarily engaged in reweaving for 
individuals are included in this classification. Establishments 
primarily engaged in doing hemstitching, buttonholing, pleating, 
stitching, and tucking for individuals are classified in "Other 
miscellaneous personal services, n.e.c." 

Fur repair, storage .— Shops primarily engaged in fur repairing 
and fur storage for individuals. Fur shops primarily engaged in 
the sale of merchandise from stock, or in making fur apparel to 
custom order are classified in Retail Trade. Establishments pri- 
marily engaged in fur cleaning are classified in "Other miscel- 
laneous personal services, n.e.c." 

Cleaning, dyeing plants (except r ug cleaning).— Plants pri- 
marily engaged in dry cleaning and dyeing apparel and house- 
hold fabrics. Statistics for establishments primarily engaged in 
rug cleaning are included in either the classification, "Rug 
cleaning, repairing plants" or "Rug, furniture cleaning on lo- 
cation." The receipts, employment, and payroll data for col- 
lecting and distributing units (branch outlets) owned and operated 
by cleaning and dyeing plants are included in this classification 
but such outlets have not been counted as separate establish- 
ments. Establishments generally known as "tailor shops" or 
"cleaners" are included in this classification only if they operate 
their own cleaning plants or units. 

Rug cleaning, repairing plants .— Plants primarily engaged in 
rug cleaning, or in rug cleaning and repairing. Establishments 
doing repairing only are classified in "Other repair shops, 
n.e.c." Establishments which do rug cleaning on location are 
classified in "Rug, furniture cleaning on location." 

Power laundries . — Establishments primarily engaged in op- 
erating mechanical laundries with steam or other power. Laun- 
dries included in this classification may perform cleaning and 
dyeing operations in conjunction with their major laundry opera- 
tions. Collecting and distributing units (branch outlets) owned 
and operated by power laundries are included in this classifi- 
cation but such outlets have not been treated as separate 
establishments. Also included in this classification are laundries 
that use family-type washers and obtain more than half of their 



receipts from drop-off or attended service work. Independently 
owned agencies for laundry plants are included in the classifi- 
cation "Cleaning, pressing shops, and independent plant out- 
lets." 

Self- service laundries . — Establishments generally known as 
"laundromats" or "launderettes" primarily engaged in renting 
laundry equipment on their own premises for the use of the 
public. Establishments which install and operate coin-operated 
laundering machines in apartment houses are classified in 
"Coin-operated service machines businesses." Establishments 
which rent machines, generally to apartment houses, are classi- 
fied in "Coin-operated machine rental and repair services." 
Establishments whose receipts from attended drop-off or serv- 
ice work was greater than 50 percent of total receipts were in- 
cluded in "Power laundries." 

Industrial laundries . — Establishments primarily engaged in 
supplying laundered work clothes, wiping towels, and other 
related items to factories, garages, newspapers, and other users. 
Such establishments may or may not operate their own power 
laundry facilities. In the 1948 Census, industrial laundries, 
when not shown separately, were included in the classification 
"Power laundries." 

Linen supply . — Establishments primarily engaged in supplying 
to industrial or household users such laundered linens as uni- 
forms, aprons, table covers, and towels. Establishments in- 
cluded in this classification may or may not operate their own 
power laundry facilities. 

Diaper service . — Establishments primarily engaged in sup- 
plying diapers and other baby linens to homes. Such establish- 
ments may or may not operate their own power laundry facili- 
ties. 

Laundries (except power) . — Establishments such as "French," 
"Chinese," and other laundries designating themselves as hand 
laundries, primarily engaged in furnishing laundry finishing 
services. Many of these establishments use some power-driven 
equipment, but not of the industrial type. 

Costume, dress suit rental . — Establishments primarily en- 
gaged in the rental of costumes and accessories, tuxedos, or 
formal attire for personal use. 

Turkish bath, massage parlors .— Establishments primarily 
engaged in furnishing steam baths and massage services. 

Rug, furniture cleaning on location . — Establishments primarily 
engaged in cleaning rugs and furniture in customers' homes 
or business locations. In the 1948 Census, establishments 
engaged in rug cleaning on location were not separately classi- 
fied but were included in the classification "Rug cleaning, re- 
pairing plants." 

Coin-operated service machine establishments .- Establish- 
ments primarily engaged in the operation of coin-operated 
personal service machines, such as washing machines, drying 
machines, ironing machines, weighing machines, pay toilets, 
public lockers (except cold storage), etc. 

Miscellaneous personal services, n.e.c — Establishments pri- 
marily engaged in providing personal services , not elsewhere 
classified, such as personal, marriage, shopping consultants; 
reducing salons; scalp treatment establishments; social escort 
service; etc. 

Business Services (Except Accounting, Auditing, Bookkeeping) 

This major group includes establishments primarily engaged 
in providing services, not elsewhere classified, to business 
enterprises. The kinds of business classified within this group 
in the 1954 Census of Business are the same as those classi- 
fied in the Standard Industrial Classification Manual as "Miscel- 
laneous Business Services," major group 73, with the exception 
of "Accounting, Auditing, and Bookkeeping Services," group 737, 
which is not included in the Census of Business. 

The effect on coverage of the use of administrative records in 
the 1954 Census in place of the personal enumeration used in 



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previous censuses is particularly noticeable for business serv- 
ice establishments. For such establishments, dollar volume and 
number of establishments are both affected to such an extent 
as to make comparisons with previous censuses difficult. The 
degree of comparability is determined by the extent to which 
establishments in a particular kind of business were "non- 
recognizable" by personal enumeration in previous censuses. 

For certain types of service establishments such as printing 
brokers, stamp trading and premium scrip companies, and 
advertising agencies the total receipts figures in this report 
include monies and merchandise transferred incidental to the 
services they provide. 

For business service organizations which receive their 
revenues through a main office, but maintain service branches 
at other geographical locations, no attempt was made to allocate 
receipts to service branch locations. Consequently, such offices 
have been classified as auxiliary offices, and their employment 
and payroll are not included in this report. Some examples of 
kinds of business where this occurs are news syndicates, re- 
search laboratories, and business marketing and management 
consultants, and newspaper, radio, television advertising repre- 
sentatives. 

Advertising agencies . — Establishments primarily engaged in 
contracting for space in magazines, newspapers, periodicals; 
for radio or television time; or for other advertising media on 
a commission or fee basis. Receipts include commissions and 
media costs even when such fees are paid directly to the media 
involved; service fees; and production charges. Establishments 
which write advertising copy or do commercial art work but do 
not place advertising with media are not included in the Census 
of Business. 

Outdoor advertising services . — Establishments primarily en- 
gaged in the preparation and presentation of poster displays and 
painted and electric spectacular displays (principally outdoors) 
on panels, bulletins, and frames. Such establishments may (as 
incidental services ) construct, repair, and maintain display 
boards and may post advertisements. Shops which make neon 
signs to order are included in the Census of Manufactures. 

Miscellaneous advertising . — Establishments primarily en- 
gaged in furnishing advertising services not elsewhere classi- 
fied, such as advertising research service, handbill distri- 
bution, the distribution of samples, and transportation ad- 
vertising. Establishments which are primarily engaged in 
writing advertising copy or commercial art work are not included 
in the Census of Business. 

Consumer, mercantile credit; adjustment, collection agen- 
cies .— Establishments primarily engaged in mercantile and con- 
sumer credit reporting, and privately operated collection or 
adjustment agencies. Companies engaged in publishing whose 
primary source of receipts is derived from credit reporting 
are included in the Census of Business, not in the Census of 
Manufactures. Insurance adjustment agencies are not included 
in the Census of Business. 

Private employment agencies . — Establishments (nongovern- 
mental) primarily engaged in providing placement and em- 
ployment service, including modelling agencies and nurses' 
registries. Not included here are theatrical employment agen- 
cies which are classified in "Theatrical presentations and serv- 
ices," and motion picture casting bureaus which are classified 
as "Services allied to motion picture production." 

News syndicates . — Establishments primarily engaged in fur- 
nishing news, pictures, features, etc., and supplying news re- 
porting services to newspapers and periodicals. Nonprofit 
syndicates operated on a membership basis, and commercial 
(nonmembership) news syndicates are both included in this 
classification. 

Duplicating, addressing, mailing, stenographic services . — Es- 
tablishments primarily engaged in mimeographing, multigraph- 
ing, rotoprinting, multilithing, addressographing and mailing 
services, or in compiling and selling mailing lists; also estab- 
lishments primarily engaged in furnishing court reporting or 
public stenographic services. In the 1948 Census, stenographic 



services were classified separately under "Public stenographic 
agencies, court reporting." 

Blueprinting, photocopying services ■— Establishments pri- 
marily engaged in reproducing drawings, plans, maps, or other 
copy, by blueprinting or photocopying. 

Disinfecting, exterminating services .- Establishments pri- 
marily engaged in disinfecting buildings and in exterminating in- 
sects, rodents, etc. 

Window cleaning . — Establishments primarily engaged in clean- 
ing windows in business structures and dwellings. 

Miscellaneous services to dwellings, other buildings .— Es- 
tablishments primarily engaged in furnishing specialized serv- 
ices, not elsewhere classified, such as janitorial service, floor 
waxing, and office cleaning, to dwellings and other buildings. 
General repair contractors primarily engaged in building and 
maintenance work are not included in the Census of Business. 
The cleaning of building exteriors by sand or steam blasting is 
also outside the scope of the Census of Business. 

Auctioneers' establishments (service only). — Establishments 
primarily engaged in selling merchandise or real estate for 
others at auction on a fee or commission basis. Receipts of 
these establishments represent commissions and fees. Es- 
tablishments primarily engaged in selling their own or consign- 
ment merchandise at auction to household consumers are clas- 
sified in Retail Trade. Auction companies selling farm prod- 
ucts or merchandise in large lots (e.g., leaf tobacco, floor 
coverings, eggs and poultry, fruit, vegetables, etc.) are clas- 
sified in Wholesale Trade. Community sales at which goods 
are sold at auction at the farm or house site, or in "community 
barns" are not included in the Census of Business. 

Coin-operated machine rental, repair services . — Establish- 
ments primarily engaged in renting and repairing coin-operated 
machines. Establishments engaged in the operation of coin-op- 
erated machines (such as scales, pin ball machines, juke boxes, 
vending machines, etc.) are classified as "Personal services," 
"Amusement, recreation services," or Retail Trade, depending 
upon the type of machines operated. 

Detective agencies .— Establishments primarily engaged in pro- 
viding the services of detectives for investigative purposes, 
either for individuals or businesses. Establishments primarily 
engaged in providing patrolling, watching or night protective 
services are included in "Other business services, n.e.c." 

Interior decorating service .— Establishments primarily en- 
gaged in advising clients on the selection of furniture, draperies, 
rugs, and other interior decorations, on a fee or commission 
basis. Establishments providing an interior decorating serv- 
ice but primarily engaged in the sale of merchandise are in- 
cluded in Retail Trade. Painting and papering contractors who 
frequently term themselves "interior decorators" are not in- 
cluded in the Census of Business. 

Photofinishing laboratories .- Establishments primarily serv- 
ing the photographic trade and general public in the processing 
of still and motion picture films, photoprinting, and related 
services. Establishments primarily engaged in processing the- 
atrical and nontheatrical motion picture film for the motion pic- 
ture industry are classified in "Services allied to motion picture 
production." 

Sign painting shops . — Establishments primarily engaged in 
making signs to individual order or in office door and window 
lettering. Establishments primarily engaged in making signs 
other than on a custom basis, and neon sign manufacturers, 
are included in the Census of Manufactures. 

Telephone answering service . — Establishments primarily en- 
gaged in transmitting telephone messages between patients and 
physicians, clients and lawyers, or for other professional and 
business firms. 

Window display service .— Establishments primarily engaged in 
decorating or "trimming" shop windows with display mer- 
chandise or advertising matter. 



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Other business services, n.e.c — Establishments primarily 
engaged in furnishing business services not elsewhere classi- 
fied. Some of the more important are advertising representa- 
tives for radio, television, and publishers, armored car services, 
burglar alarm services, business research and consulting serv- 
ices, equipment and machinery rental, designing services, in- 
spection services, management services, market research serv- 
ices, packaging services, printing brokers, sales promotion serv- 
ices, trading stamp services, watching and protective services, 
and water softener services. Commercially operated research 
agencies and testing laboratories are included in this classifica- 
tion, but nonprofit research agencies are not included in the Cen- 
sus of Business. 

Automobile Repair Services, Garages 

This major group includes establishments primarily engaged 
in furnishing automobile repair, storage, rental and other serv- 
ices to the general public. Similar facilities, owned and operated 
by concerns for their own use and not for the general public, 
are treated as auxiliary establishments of those concerns and are 
not included here. Automobile repair departments maintained 
by establishments engaged in the sale of automobiles are clas- 
sified in Retail Trade. Gasoline service stations are also in- 
cluded in Retail Trade. The kinds of business classified within 
this group are the same as those included in the Standard Indus- 
trial Classification Manual as "Automobile Repair Services and 
Garages," major group 75. 

General automobile repair shops .— Establishments primarily 
engaged in the general repair of automobiles. Establishments 
which have an active franchise for the retail sale of new pas- 
senger cars are included in Retail Trade, even though their prin- 
cipal source of receipts may be from automobile repairs. 

Battery, ignition repair and service . — Establishments pri- 
marily engaged in repairing, recharging, and renting storage 
batteries, and in repairing automobile ignition systems. 

Glass replacement, repair . — Establishments primarily en- 
gaged in the replacement of automobile glass. 

Paint shops . — Establishments primarily engaged in automobile 
painting and refinishing. Paint shops of estabUshments pri- 
marily engaged in top and body repair are included in the clas- 
sification "Top and body repair shops." 

Radiator repair shops . — Establishments primarily engaged in 
the repair and cleaning of automobile radiators. 

Tire repair shops . — Establishments primarily engaged in 
repairing, recapping, and retreading automobile tires for others. 
Establishments primarily engaged in retreading or rebuilding 
automobile tires on purchased carcasses are included in the Cen- 
sus of Manufactures. 

Top and body repair .- Establishments primarily engaged in 
the repair of automobile tops and bodies. Paint shops main- 
tained by such establishments are included in this classifica- 
tion. 

Brake repair shops . — Establishments primarily engaged in 
relining, repairing, and adjusting automobile brakes. 

Wheel, axle, spring repair shops . — Establishments primarily 
engaged in the repair and alignment of automobile wheels, and 
the repair and installation of automobile springs and axles. 

Other automobile repair shops, n.e.c — Establishments pri- 
marily engaged in specialized automobile repairs, not else- 
where classified (such as automobile radio repair, carburetor 
repair, piston ring service and repair, and speedometer re- 
pair). 

Parking structures, storage garages . — Establishments pri- 
marily engaged in operating structures for the live storage of 
automobiles. Long time or dead storage of automobiles is not 
within the scope of the Census of Business. 

Parking lots . — Establishments primarily engaged in the tem- 
porary parking of automobiles on open air lots, usually on an 
hourly or daily basis. 



Automobile, truck rentals (without drivers) . — Establishments 
primarily engaged in daily or extended term rental of passenger 
automobiles, trucks, and truck tractors, without drivers. This 
classification also includes the rental of trailers and semi- 
trailers, including automobile utility trailers and house trailers. 

Automob ile laundries . — Establishments primarily engaged in 
washing automobiles. 

Automobile services, n.e.c — Establishments primarily en- 
gaged in furnishing automobile services, not elsewhere classi- 
fied (such as lubricating service, waxing service, and towing 
service). 

Miscellaneous Repair Services 

This major group includes establishments primarily engaged 
in miscellaneous repair services, such as blacksmith shops; 
electrical repair; radio and television repair; watch, clock and 
jewelry repair; and upholstery and furniture repair. Repair 
departments of retail dealers or manufacturers are not in- 
cluded in the repair classifications unless operated as separate 
establishments, and reported as such. It does not include some 
repair services of which the more important are automobile 
repair services, classified separately; garment and shoe repair, 
classified under "Personal services;" and ship and boat repair, 
included in the Census of Manufactures. The kinds of business 
classified within this group in the 1954 Census of Business are 
the same as those included in the Standard Industrial Classifi- 
cation Manual as "Miscellaneous Repair Services," major group 
76. 

The effect on coverage of the use of administrative records 
in the 1954 Census is particularly noticeable for the kinds of 
"Miscellaneous repair" business listed below. For such kinds 
of business, dollar volume as well as number of establishments 
are both affected to such an extent as to make comparisons with 
previous censuses difficult. The degree of comparability is de- 
termined by the extent to which establishments in these kinds 
of business were "nonrecognizable" by personal enumeration in 
previous censuses: 

Radio, television repair shops 

Refrigerator service, repair shops 

Other electrical repair shops, n.e.c. 

Armature rewinding, electric motor repair and rebuilding 

Musical instrument repair shops 

Welding repair shops 

Other repair shops, n.e.c 

Watch, clock, jewelry repair . — Establishments primarily en- 
gaged in the repair of watches, clocks, and jewelry. Such es- 
tablishments frequently operate as leased departments in other 
business establishments, such as jewelry stores. 

Upholstery, furniture repair shops . — Establishments primarily 
engaged in furniture reupholstering and repair. Establishments 
primarily engaged in selling upholstery materials, making slip 
covers, draperies, etc., or in upholstering frames to individual 
order are classified in Retail Trade. Establishments making 
furniture and cabinet work on a custom basis to individual order 
are also classified in Retail Trade. 

Radio, television repair shops .— Establishments primarily 
engaged in the repair of radio and television sets. Repair de- 
partments of radio and television dealers are not included here 
unless operated separately and reported as such. 

Refrigerator service, repair shops . — Establishments pri- 
marily engaged in servicing and repairing household and com- 
mercial refrigerators. Establishments primarily engaged in 
servicing and repairing gas refrigerators are included in "Other 
repair shops, n.e.c." 

Other electrical repair shops, n.e.c — Establishments pri- 
marily engaged in the repair of electrical equipment and 
electrical appliances (washing machines, vacuum cleaners, irons, 
toasters, etc.), other than radio and television sets and re- 
frigerators. Electrical contractors, and electrical shops en- 
gaged primarily in house wiring, are not included in the Census 



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of Business. Armature rewinding and the repair of electric 
motors are included in "Armature rewinding, electric motor 
repair and rebuilding." 

Blacksmith shops . — Establishments primarily engaged in hand 
forging, horseshoeing, and other blacksmith operations involving 
the use of an anvil and forge. Many of these establishments 
also repair farm implements, automobiles, and machinery. 

Armature rewinding, electric motor repair and rebuilding .— 
Establishments primarily engaged in rewinding armatures, re- 
pairing electric motors, and repairing and rebuilding trans- 
former and control equipment. Other activities may include the 
sale of new and rebuilt motors and electric equipment. Es- 
tablishments primarily engaged in the sale of electric motors 
and other electrical equipment for industrial use are included 
in Wholesale Trade. 

Bicycle repair shops . — Establishments primarily engaged in 
the repair of bicycles. 

Leather goods repair shops . — Establishments primarily en- 
gaged in the repair of saddlery, harness, pocketbooks, luggage, 
or other leather goods. Repair departments operated as part 
of retail businesses are included in Retail Trade unless in- 
dependently owned and operated. 

Locksmith, gunsmith shops . — Establishments primarily en- 
gaged in repairing locks or guns, and in making lock parts or 
gun parts to individual order. 

Musical instrument repair . — Establishments primarily en- 
gaged in the repair of musical instruments and in the tuning and 
adjustment of pianos and organs. 

Lawnmower, saw, knife, tool sharpening and repair shops .— 
Establishments primarily engaged in sharpening and repairing 
lawnmowers, saws, knives, and tools. In the 1948 Census, lawn- 
mower sharpening and repair shops were classified separately. 

Typewriter repair shops . — Establishments primarily engaged 
in the servicing and repair of typewriters. 

Welding repair shops . — Establishments primarily engaged in 
welding repair work. Welding primarily in connection with the 
manufacture of a product is not included in the Census of Busi- 
ness. 

Other repair shops, n.e.c — Establishments primarily engaged 
in specialized repair services, not elsewhere classified. The 
following are a few of the repair services in this classification: 
Aircraft repair, boiler repair, Diesel engine repair, farm equip- 
ment repair, general repair, machinery repair, mattress reno- 
vating and repair, neon sign repair, oil field equipment repair, 
and truck body rebuilding and repair. Machine shops engaged 
90 percent or more in repair are also included in this classi- 
fication. 



Amusement, Recreation Services (Including Motion Pictures) 

This major group includes establishments primarily engaged 
in providing amusement, recreation or entertainment, except 
that recreational and amusement activities of educational organ- 
izations, governmental units, and nonprofit membership organ- 
izations (with the exception of golf and country clubs) have been 
excluded from the Census. Gambling businesses, except in the 
State of Nevada, have also been excluded. Noncustomer receipts, 
such as income from the broadcasting of sporting events and from 
concession operators, are not included in receipts data. The 
kinds of business classified within this group in the 1954 Census 
of Business are the same as those included in the Standard In- 
dustrial Classification Manual as "Amusement and Recreation 
Services," major group 79, and "Motion Pictures," major group 
78. 

The effect on coverage of the use of administrative records in 
the 1954 Census is particularly noticeable for the kinds of 
"Amusement, recreation services" listed below. For such kinds 
of business, dollar volume and number of establishments are 
both affected to such an extent as to make comparisons with 
previous censuses difficult. The degree of comparability is 



determined by the extent to which establishments in these kinds 
of business were "nonrecognizable" by personal enumeration 
in previous censuses: 

Bands, orchestras, entertainers 

Dance halls, studios, schools 

Horse race track oijeration (including stables) 

Golf courses 

Coin-of)erated amusement device establishments 

Motion picture theaters (except drive-in).— Theaters pri- 
marily engaged in the exhibition of motion pictures in regular 
theaters and portable motion picture theaters are included in 
this classification. Drive-in motion picture theaters are clas- 
sified separately. 

Drive-in motion picture theaters .— Theaters primarily en- 
gaged in the outdoor exhibition of motion pictures commonly 
known as "open-air" or "drive-in." 

Motion picture production other than for television .- Es- 
tablishments primarily engaged in the production of theatrical 
and nontheatrical motion pictures for exhibition other than for 
television. Included in this classification are establishments 
of producer-distributor organizations. Services allied to motion 
picture production are classified separately. 

Motion picture production for television . — Establishments 
primarily engaged in the production of theatrical and nontheatrical 
motion pictures for television exhibition. Included in this clas- 
sification are establishments of producer-distributor organiza- 
tions. Services allied to motion picture productions are classi- 
fied separately. 

Motion picture film exchanges other than for television . — Es - 
tablishments primarily engaged in renting theatrical and non- 
theatrical film to exhibitors other than in the field of television. 
Included in receipts are film rentals derived from foreign 
countries. Services allied to motion picture distribution are 
classified separately. 

Motion picture film exchanges for television . — Establishments 
primarily engaged in renting theatrical and nontheatrical film to 
exhibitors in the field of television. Included in receipts are 
film rentals derived from foreign countries. Services allied to 
motion picture distribution are classified separately. 

Services allied to motion picture distribution . — Establishments 
primarily engaged in performing auxiliary services to motion 
picture distribution such as film delivery service, film buying 
and booking agencies, and film libraries. 

Services allied to motion picture production .— Establishments 
primarily engaged in performing services independent of motion 
picture production but allied thereto such as film processing, 
editing, and titling. Also included are casting bureaus, ward- 
robe and studio property rental, and the rental and repair of 
cameras and other motion picture equipment. 

Billiard, pool parlors . — Establishments engaged in the opera- 
tion of billiard and pool parlors. In the 1954 Census, establish- 
ments reporting as billiard and pool parlors, but having mer- 
chandise sales (food, beverages, etc.) equal to seventy-five per- 
cent or more of total receipts, were classified in Retail Trade. 
In the 1948 Census, establishments reported as billiard and 
pool halls with merchandise sales in excess of fifty percent of the 
total revenue were classified in Retail Trade. 

Bowling alleys . — Establishments engaged in the operation of 
bowling alleys. In the 1954 Census, establishments reporting 
as bowling alleys, but having merchandise sales (food, beverages, 
etc.) equal to seventy-five percent or more of total receipts 
were classified in Retail Trade. In the 1948 Census, establish- 
ments reported as bowling alleys but with merchandise sales in 
excess of fifty percent of the total revenue were classified in 
Retail Trade. 

Automobile race track operation . — Establishments primarily 
engaged in the promotion of automobile and motorcycle racing 
and establishments engaged in the operation of racing cars for 
purses. In 1948, operation of racing cars for purses was not 
included in the Census. 



SELECTED SERVICES— AREA STATISTICS 



Dog race track operation . — Establishments primarily engaged 
in the promotion of dog racing by kennel clubs and establish- 
ments operated by owners of greyhounds racing for purses. In 
1948, operation of greyhound "stables" was not included in the 
Census. 

Horse race track operation (including racing stables) . — Es- 
tablishments primarily engaged in the promotion of horse racing 
and in operation of racing stables. In the 1948 Census, the 
operation of racing stables was not included in the Census of 
Business. 

Baseball clubs .— Operators or promoters of professional and 
semiprofessional baseball clubs. Receipts of such establish- 
ments do not include revenue from radio or television broad- 
casting, from sale of players, from concession operators or 
other noncustomer revenue. 

Football clubs . — Operators and promoters of professional or 
semiprofessional football clubs. Receipts of such establish- 
ments do not include revenue from radio or television broad- 
casting, from sale of players, from concession operators or 
other noncustomer revenue. 

Other sports clubs, promoters . — Promoters of boxing, 
wrestling, hockey, basketball, and other athletic events not 
classified elsewhere. Stadiums and athletic fields are included 
if the operators are actually engaged in the promotion of ath- 
letic events. Establishments primarily engaged in renting of 
stadiums and athletic fields to sports promoters and clubs 
are classified as real estate and such establishments are not 
included in the Census of Business. 

Bathing beaches . — Establishments primarily engaged in the 
operation of bathing beaches open to the general public, on a 
fee basis. Municipal or membership operated bathing beaches 
are not included in the Census of Business. 

Golf courses .— Establishments privately owned and primarily 
engaged in the operation of golf courses open to the public, on a 
fee basis. Municipally owned and operated courses are not 
included. Membership golf and country clubs are included as a 
separate classification. Miniature golf courses and golf driving 
ranges are classified as "Other amusement, recreation serv- 
ices, n.e.c." 

Riding academies . — Establishments primarily engaged in 
operating academies and riding schools open to the general 
public. 

Skating rinks . — Establishments primarily engaged in operating 
rinks for roller or ice skating open to the general public. In the 
1948 Census, roller skating rinks and ice skating rinks were 
classified separately. 

Swimming pools . — Establishments primarily engaged in the 
operation of swimming pools open to the general public. Munici- 
pally and membership operated swimming pools are not included 
in the Census of Business. 

Boat, canoe rentals . — Establishments primarily engaged in 
renting small boats and canoes to the general public. Those 
establishments which rent craft with operators or are engaged 
in furnishing powerboat rides are classified under "Other 
amusement, recreation services, n.e.c." In the 1948 Census, 
establishments which rented craft with operators, or furnished 
powerboat rides, were omitted. 

Other commercial sports operators, n.e.c — Establishments 
primarily engaged in the sports operation, not elsewhere clas- 
sified, such as gymnasiums, tennis, badminton, or jai alai 
courts; golf professional, swimming or ski instructors; archery 
ranges, ice skating schools, and bicycle rentals. In the 1948 
Census, bicycle rentals were classified separately. 

Theatrical presentations and services ■ — Companies primarily 
engaged in presenting "live" productions. These include opera 
companies, concert organizations, road companies, stock com- 
panies, burlesque houses, ice shows and producers of night 
club, radio and live television shows;. This industry also in- 
cludes services connected with theatrical production, such as 
theatrical and radio employment agencies; booking agencies for 



plays, artists and concerts; scenery, lighting and other theatrical 
equipment service; and ticket agencies for theater and sports 
events. Rodeos, marionette and puppet shows, and thrill shows 
are classified as "Other amusement, recreation services, n.e.c." 
Individual entertainers have been excluded from the Census. 
Theaters which are normally rented to theatrical producers, 
stock companies, etc., are classified as real estate operations 
and are not included in the Census of Business. 

Bands, orchestras, entertainers .— Dance bands, orchestras, 
and entertainment groups for private dances, restaurants, etc., 
I operating on a fee or contract basis. Symphony orchestras, 
opera companies, and classical music organizations, such as 
string quartets, are included in "Theatrical presentations and 
services." 

Dance halls, studios, schools (except children's profes- 
sional) .- Includes public dance halls or ballrooms catering to the 
general public. Also included are dance schools engaged in 
teaching ballroom dancing to adults, but not children's or pro- 
fessional dancing schools. Halls rented for private dances, or 
for occasional dances sponsored by fraternal or other organi- 
zations, are classified as real estate enterprises and are, there- 
fore, excluded. 

Membership golf, country clubs . — Establishments primarily 
engaged in the operation of golf or country clubs restricted to 
club members or their invited guests. Such establishments are 
classified as Service, regardless of the proportion of receipts 
derived from food or liquor sales. Other private clubs, such as 
yacht, hunting, social, etc., are excluded. Menabership golf and 
country clubs were not included in the 1948 Census. 

Amusement parks, devices, shooting galleries .— Establish- 
ments primarily engaged in the operation of amusement parks, 
amusement device concessions, shooting galleries, picnic 
grounds, kiddielands, and games of skill and chance. Municipally 
owned amusement parks are not included. Amusement devices 
located in amusement parks or operated in connection with fairs, 
circuses, etc., are included as separate establishments in this 
industry only if they are operated on a concession basis. 

Carnivals, circuses .— Companies engaged in the operation of 
circuses having acrobatic and animal shows, and individual 
circus acts. Carnivals, side shows, and country fairs are also 
included in this classification. 

Coin-operated amusement device establishments . — Establish- 
ments primarily engaged in operating coin- operated amuse- 
ment devices either in their own or in other places of business. 
Such amusement machines include juke boxes, pinball machines, 
mechanical games, slot machines (where legally authorized) 
and similar types of amusement equipment. Penny arcades and 
amusement parlors are also included in this industry. 

Other amusement recreation service, n.e.c — Amusement and 
recreation services, not elsewhere classified, such as exhi- 
bitions, domino parlors, pony tracks, scenic attractions, minia- 
ture golf, golf driving ranges, and wired music. 

Hotels, Motels, Tourist Courts, Camps 

This group consists of establishments engaged in providing 
lodgings or lodgings and meals to the general public except (1) 
rooming and boarding houses, (2) hotels which provide accommo- 
dations only for "permanent" residents, and (3) "tourist homes." 
Apartment or residential hotels which provide accommodations 
for transients have been included in the census. 

Although the techniques used in taking the 1954 Census could 
have resulted in some differences in classification and coverage 
of establishments in this group as comapred with previous 
censuses, these differences generally did not importantly affect 
comparability with previous census results. Outlined below are 
the main problems stemming from the use of administrative 
records in the 1954 Census for these kinds of business: 

(1) In the 1954 Census, a different report form was used for 
employer establishments which were classified as "hotels" in 
the records of the Bureau of Old Age and Survivors Insurance 
(BOASI) from that used for establishments which in the BOASI 



INTRODUCTION 



records were classified as "motels," "trailer parks" or 
"sporting and recreation camps." Because of the lack of en- 
tirely objective criteria for distinguishing between these two 
categories of establishments, it is possible that similar es- 
tablishments could have been assigned different classifications 
depending on the report form used. In previous censuses, where 
the classification was made by enumerators, there was a similar 
problem of classification. It is possible that enumerator as- 
signed classifications in previous censuses did not coincide with 
the classifications assigned in the 1954 Census for the same 
establishments. 

(2) In order to account for hotels operated by firms classified 
in the real estate business by BOASl, hotel report forms were 
mailed to all BOASl reporting units with eight or more employees 
in that classification. However, reporting units with fewer 
than eight employees were not canvassed in the Census. To 
the extent that these units may have operated hotels or other 
lodging places, such places would not have been included in the 
Census. 

(3) In the 1954 Census, the classification of establishments with 
no paid employees was based on a brief kind-of-business de- 
scription entered on the tax form. The necessity for relying on 
this description could have resulted in the exclusion of some 
establishments which might properly belong in the scope of the 
census. If, for example, in filing an income tax report, the 
proprietor of a lodging place at a resort area described his 
business as operating a rooming or boarding home, the es- 
tablishment would have been omitted from the census as being 
out of scope. In 1948, using personal enumeration, the same 
establishment could have been classified by the Census enumera- 
tor as a hotel if it had a sign designating itself as a hotel. The 
effect on the statistics of dollar volume of hotel business of 
establishments where this and similar problems of classifica- 
tion are likely to occur would, however, be slight since these 
are typically small establishments. 

(4) It is likely that, in the case of establishments with no 
paid employment, some establishments, which by 1948 Census 
rules would have been classified as "eating" or "drinking" 
places, were classified in the 1954 Census as hotels. This could 
have resulted because, for establishments with no paid em- 
ployees, there was no means for applying the 1948 Census rule 
which excluded from the hotel category those establishments 
with fewer than 25 guest rooms which had less than 5 percent 
of receipts from room rental. As this difference in procedure 
is liinited to small establishments, i.e., those with no paid 
employment, the effect is more apparent in count of establish- 
ment than in receipts or other figures shown in the Census re- 



ports. The effect of the difference in 1948 and 1954 classifica- 
tion procedures on the count of hotels is particularly marked 
in the case of Pennsylvania. 

In the 1954 Census, Sporting and Recreational Camps were 
added tothescopeof the Census of Business. Because of difficul- 
ties in making definitive classifications in all cases, some of 
these establishments in previous censuses probably were clas- 
sified as hotels or motels. 

Hotels .— This classification consists of establishments known 
as hotels, engaged in providing lodging, or lodging and meals, to 
the general public. In 1954, hotels were included regardless of 
the number of guest rooms; in 1948 hotels with less than 6 rooms 
were omitted. Hotels operated by membership organizations, but 
open to the public, and apartment hotels which provide accom- 
modations for transients are included. Rooming and boarding 
houses, private residences commonly known as tourist homes and 
apartment or residential hotels which provide no accommodations 
for transients are not included in the Census of Business. 

Year-round hotels .— Hotels which normally are in operation 
at least 9 months of the year. 

Seasonal hotels .— Hotels which normally are in operation less 
than 9 months of the year. 

Motels, tourist courts .- This classification consists of estab- 
lishments known as motels, tourist courts, tourist camps, or 
motor courts primarily engaged in providing accommodations 
in furnished cabins or similar structures. In 1954 motels and 
tourist courts were included regardless of the number of rental 
units; in 1948, motels and tourist courts with less than 3 rental 
units were omitted. Tourist homes (private residences furnish- 
ing lodging to motorists) are excluded from the census. Com- 
mercially operated sporting and recreational camps (such as 
boys' and girls' camps, fishing and hunting camps, and dude 
ranches) are separately classified. 

Trailer parks .— This classification consists of establishments 
known as trailer parks, primarily engaged in renting trailer 
space and providing utilities such as water and electricity. 
Trailer parks were not included in the 1948 Census of Business. 

Sporting, recreational camps .— This classification consists of 
commercially operated sporting or recreational camps providing 
lodging or lodging and meals. These include boys' and girls' 
camps, fishing and hunting camps, and dude ranches. Camps 
primarily receiving their financial support from subsidies, dona- 
tions, contributions, etc., are not included. Summer day camps 
where the children return home each night are excluded as are 
also establishments operated by membership organizations and 
not open to the general public. 



10 



SELECTED SERVICES— AREA STATISTICS 



KIND OF BUSINESS STUBS— SELECTED SERVICE TRADES 



Stub used for States; Standard Metropolitan Areas, Counties, and 
Cities with 1,500 establishments or more. 



Stub used for Standard Metropolitan Areas with leas than 1,500 
establlBbments; Coimtiea and Citlea with 200 to 1,^99 eetabllBteents. 



^Selected services, total 

^Personal Services 



*Total 

♦Barber, beauty shops 

♦Barber shops 

♦Beauty shops 

•Barber and beauty shops combined 

♦Funeral service, crematories 

♦Photographic studios (including commercial photography) 

♦Shoe repair shops, shoeshine parlors, hat cleaning stops.... 

♦Shoe repair shops 

♦Shoeshine parlors 

♦Hat cleaning shops 

■"Cleaning, pressing, dyeing, garment repair 

♦Pressing, alteration, garment repair (except fur) 

♦Cleaning, pressing shops, and independent plant outlets. 

♦Garment repair, alteration (except fur) 

♦Fur repair, storage 

♦Cleaning, dyeing plants 

♦Cleaning, dyeing plants (except rug cleaning)^ 

*Kug cleaning, repairing plants 

♦Laundries , laundry services 

♦Power laundries, self-service laundries 

Power laundries^ 

Self-service laundries 

♦Industrial laundries 

♦Linen supply 

♦Diaper service 

♦Laundries (except power) 

♦MlsceULaneouB personal services 

♦Costume , dress suit rental 

♦Turkish bath, massage parlors 

♦Hug, furniture cleaning on location 

♦Coin-operated service machine es\,abllshments 

•Miscellaneous personal services, n.e.c 



^Selected scrricet, total, 

♦Personal services, total 

(Rot shown) 

♦Barber shops ,,, 

♦Beauty shops , 

(Included in "Other personal serrlces") 

•Funeral, service, crematories 

Photographic studios (including ccn&ercial photography). 

(Not shown) 
♦Shoe repair shops 

(included in "Other personal services") 
(Not shown) 

♦Pressing, alteration, garment repair (except fur) 

(Included in "Other personal services") 
(Not shown) 

♦Cleaning, dyeing plants (except rug cleaning)^ 

(Included in "Other personal services") 
(Not shown) 

♦Power laundries, self-service laundries 

Power laundries ^ 

Self-service laundries 



**Other personal services. 



♦Basiness Services (exc AccoBntiag, Auditiog, Bookkeeping) 

•Total i 

•Advertising 

♦Advertising agencies 

♦Outdoor advertising services 

•Miscellaneous advertising 

•Consumer, mercantile credit; adjustment, collection agencies 

♦Private en5)loyment agencies 

♦News syndicates 

♦Duplicating, addressing, mailing, stenographic services 

♦Blueprinting, photocopying services 

♦Services to dwellings, other buildings 

♦Disinfecting, exterminating services 

*Window cleaning 

♦Miscellaneous services to dwellings, other buildings 

•Business services, n.e.c 

♦Auctioneers ' establishments (service only) 

♦Coin-operated machine rental, repair services 

♦Detective agencies 

♦Interior decorating service 

♦Photofinishing laboratories 

*Sign painting shops 

^Telephone answering service 

*Window display service 

♦Other business services, n.e.c / 



* Business services (exc accounting, auditing, bookkeeping), totaJ. 



"^ Automobile Repair Services, Garages 



♦Total 

♦Automobile repair. 

♦General automobile repair shops 

♦Battery, ignition repair and service... 

•Glass replacement, repair 

•Paint shops 

•Radiator repair shops 

♦Tire repair shops 

*rop and body repair 

♦Automobile repair, n.e.c 

♦BraJte repair shops 

■••Wheel, axle, spring repair shops 

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



•Automobile repair service*, garages, total. 

♦Automobile repair 

♦General axxtomoblle reped.r shops . . 



♦Other aut<Kaol)ile repair shops. 



♦Automobile storage, parking 

■•Tarking structures, storage garages 

•Parking lots 

♦Automobile, truck rentals (without drivers). 
♦Automobile services (except repair) 

♦Automobile laundries 

♦Automobile services, n.e.c 



♦Automobile parking, other services. 
♦Automobile storage, peurklng 

^ther automobile services 



n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. 

♦Data for these items are shown for both total establiahmente and "en^loyer" establlshaients. 
Includes plant-owned outlets. 



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11 



KIND OF BUSINESS STUBS — SELECTED SERVICE TRADES— Continued 



Stub used for States; Standard Metropolitan Areas, Counties, and 
Cities with 1,5CK) establishments or more — Continued 

* Miscellaneous Repair Serrices 



Stub used for Standard Metropolitan Areas vlth less tban 1,500 
establisbnenta; Counties and Cities vlth 200 to l,l«99 establisbiKnts- 
Contlnued 



'Total 'Miscellaneous repair serrices, total ■ 

•Watch, clock, Jewelry repair "Watch, clock. Jewelry repair. 

•Upholstery, furniture repair 'Upholstery, furniture repair. 



(Hot shown) 
•Radio, telerision repair shops. 



(Included in "Other repair services") 



I 



•Other repair services. 



*^lectrlcal repair shops 

^ftadlo, television repair shops 

•Refrigerator service, repair shops } 

•Other electrical repair shops, n.e.c ^ 

•Blackflmith shops ', 

•Miscellaneous repair shops 

•Armature rewinding, electric motor repair and rebulldljig 

•Bicycle repair shops 

•Leather goods repair shops 

•Locksmith, gunsmith shops 

-t^fuBlcal instrument repair 

Repair shops, n.e.c 

•Lavnmover, saw, knife, tool sharpening and repair shops 

•Typewriter repair shops 

•Welding repair shops 

•Other repair shops, n.e.c 

•Amusemeoc, Recreation Services (inc. Motion Pictnrea) 

*Totai •Amusement, recreation services (inc. motion pictores), n>tal. 

^Wotlon picture theaters \ 

*9totlon picture theaters (except drive-in) \ *Motion picture theaters 

•Drive-in motion picture theaters \ 

•Motion picture production, distribution, services 

•Motion picture production 

•Motion picture production other than for television 

•Motion picture production for television 

•Motion picture distribution ^ •Motion picture production, distribution, Bervlcee. 

•Motion picture film exchanges other than for televielon, 

•Motion picture f iljn exchanges for television 

•Services allied to motion plctiire distribution 

•Services allied to motion picture production 

•Billiard and pool parlors , bowling alleys 

•Billiard, pool parlors \ *Billlard and pool parlors , bowling alleys . 

■•fowling alleys 

•Race track operation (including rsLclng stables) 

•Autcmoblle 

*Dog 

^%>rBe (inclxidlng racing stables) 

•Sports proBoters , canmercial operators 

•Baseball, football, athletic fields, sports promoters 

•Baseball clubs 

•Football clubs 

•Other sports clubs , promoters 

•Bathing beaches 

•Golf courses 

•Riding academies 

•Skating rinks ) *0'tli6r amusement, recreation services. 

•Swlmning pool s 

•Commercial sports operators, n.e.c 

♦Boat , canoe rentals 

•Other coBmuercial sports operators, n.e.c 

*nieatrlcal presentations f*,riA services 

•Bands, orchestras, entertainers 

•Dance halls, studios, schools (exc. children's, professional) 

•Membership golf, country clubs 

•Afflusement, recreation services, n.e.c 

•Amusement parks, devices, shooting galleries 

•CamlvalB, circuses 

•Coin -operated amusement device establishments 

•Other amuseaent, recreation services, n.e.c 

• Hotels, Motels, Tourist Courts, Camps 

*Totai •Hotels, motels, tourist courts, camps, total. 

•Hotels 

Year -round J 

25 or more guest roama \ •astela 

Less than 25 guest rocms i 

Seasonal / 

•Motels, tourist courts, can^s 

•Motels, tourist courts, trailer parks j 

••^toteis, tourist courts \ •Motels, tourist courts, trailer parks, caa^B. 

•Trailer parka ( 

•Sporting, recreational camps ^ 



n.e*c. Not elsewhere classified. 

•Data for these items are shown for both total establishments and "en^loyer" 



establistaments . 



CENSUS INQUIRIES 



Ihe data in this volume were compiled from service establishment responses to the following inquiries: 



CONriDBNTIAL.— Tblt raport la required br Act oT ConcrcM (13 U. S. C. Ill), ponu Ap 

Your report la coofldeDllal uid ooly sworn Census emplajea will baveM«» to It. Budget Bamo No. 41-M3M 

It cumot b« lued (or parpDMH of toimtloD. iDveatlsBtloD, or reculstloo. 



Form I 4 
BC 1-1 

Personal, Badness, 
Repair Serrice 



U. a. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 
Bi-aiAU or TBK Census 

WubiDttOD, D. C. 



1954 CENSUS OF BUSINESS 

Please complete and return this form to the Hunni: ..f rhv lensus Office shown 
on the enclosed envelope not later (han 30 days after you receive ll. 

A separate report is required for each establishment (place of business). If you 
owned more than one place of business in 1954, but have received a report form 
for only one place: 

a. Complete only lines c, d, and e of item 1. 

b. In the "Reraarka" section of the report, lift each establishment, indicating 
whetTier it is retail, wholesale, etc., and its kind of buaiueas. 

c. Return this form using the enclosed envelope and you will be sent the ap- 
propriate report forma for completion. 

NOTE: Those companies receiving Form NC-X2 with their 1954 census 
report forms should use it (instead of following the above instructions) to re- 
quest additional forms. 

Please read all instrurtlon.'^ and till in all items, entering "None" when applicable. 

You may report fiscal-year figures 



Ccfitt may be omitted in prcpQiinj thii report, 
tf ccfiti arc reported, use the ipoces provided. 



ITEM 1.-IDEHTinCATI0H OF ESTABUSHHENT 

a. Enter the name by which this establishment is known to ita customers. 

b. Location of establishment 

(1) la this establishment physically located within the 

•ctnol legal boondoriea of any city, town, or village? Q Yes d No 
Line b (IL— Check "No ' if the establishment is not within the boundaries of any 
city, tijrtii, or village, e\(n though the mailing address of the business is in such 
a place Check "Yes" if the pslablishment is physically located in such a place 
even though the business mailing address is elsewhere. 

(2) Acloal location of this establishment 
(al Street and number at 

establishment location 



Name of city. 

town, or village 

(TbLj must be tbe dty. tuvu, 
Bctiully locfited. eveo though ii 



County _ 



|(b) Street, road, or highway atid number (if any) 
™ritS'Jh!S!i'iiBl '"■ other description of 'establiahment location _ 

"No" In ll«n»j 



County _ 



Line b (2) (bl. — In the first blank spate, give a description by which your estab- 
lishment ran be located. In the spai-es provided, name the county and State 
in whii'h your establishment is actually located. 



c. Federal Social Security Employer Identification Number 

(Eotrr Dumber as rpporledoa FormMl.ltotu 10, ou latest caiployer's quarterly (Enter sU 9 dlflts) 
tax rfluTD under Feaeral lasurance Coatrlbutlon.i Ad.) 

Number of separate places of business operated | — . j — . Two or 
under this Employer Identification Number I I One I I more 

d. Is this company (identified by the number in line c) . — . | — . 

owned or controlled by another company? I I Yes I I No 

If "Yes," give name and address of owning or controlling company: 



e. Does this company fline c) c 
company? --. 



r control another 



n Yes D No 



ITEM 2.-PEftlOD OWNED IN 19S4 

a. How many months in the year did you own this business? months 

b. Did you own this business on December 31, 1954? D Yes D No 

c. Was this a sea.soiial business which was closed more than | — . . — . 

2 months during the year? - ---. I I Yea 1 | No 



ITEM 3.-RECEIPTS FROM CUSTOMERS IN 1954 

a. Total receipts from services to customers.. 

b. Sales of merchandise 



c. Total (sum of a and b) - 

d. Of the total shown in c above, how much was excise 
taxes, sales taxes, or amusement taxes paid by you 
directly to taxing agencies? 



e. Are charges for installed repair parts | — . 

included in 3a abore? - I_J Yei 



n No 



ITEM a.-RECEIPTS FROM CUSTOMERS IN 19M 

Do not include in any part of this item any receipts which were not from customers 
of this establishment. Common examples of such receipts which should not be 
tnrlnded arp rnmmijwiona from vnrting machine op<Tatr>r«. dividends, sale n1 
real estate, etc. 

Line a.— Include total charges to customers for services or for use of facilities 
whether or not payment was received in 1954. Include all excise taxes, sales 
taxes, and amusement taxes. If possible Include here, rather than in line 3b, the 
charges for repair parts and other materials useil or installed as part of the 
services performed. 

Line b. — Report total of all merchandise sold whether or not payment was re- 
ceived in 1954. Include sates of meals, and fountain and bar' sales, if any. 
Include over-the-counter bar sales. Include all excise taxes and sales taxes. 
Do nol include returned goods and allowances 

Line d. — Enter the amount paid by you directly to taxing agencies as excise 
taxes, sales taxes, amusement taxes, or other taxes based on your volume of sales 
of merchandise, receipts from services, or use of amusement or recreational 

facilities. 



ITEM 4.~PERS0NKEL AND PAYROLL 

a. Total payroll for the year 1954, before 
payroll deductions 



, Paid employees and payroll for 
the workweek ended nearest 
November 15. 1954: 

(1) Employees paid for at 

leaat the full workweek 



(2) Employees paid for less 
than the full workweek 



(3> Total {sum of (1) and (2)).. 



Weekly psyroU 



DoUmr^ Ccau 



c. Number of paid employees for workweek ended nearest: 
(1) March 15, 1954 



(2) May 15. 1954.. 



(3) August 15. 1954.. 



d. Proprietors, partners, and unpaid family workers who 
worked 15 hours or more during the workweek ended 
nearest November 15, 1954: 



(1) Proprietors or partners... 

(2) Unpaid family workers.. 



Namba ct emptorMi 



ITEM 4.-PERS0NNEL AND PAYROLL 

Include payments to corporation officers and executives working in this establish- 
ment, in addition to other employees on the payroll. 
Do not include tips, gratuities, etc., received by your employees from others. 

Do not include any payments (whether in cash or kind) made to proprietors or 
partners of unincorporated businesses. 

For purposes of this item, the workweek ended nearest the 15th of the month 
should be one ending in the period of the 12lh through ISth inclusive. If your 
payroll is for a period other than a week, pleuiie adjust tne figures to a 1-week basis. 

Line a. — Include salaries, wages, commissions, bonuses, vacation allowances, 
and value of payments in kind such as goods, lodging, food, and clothing. 

Line b.— Report all wages, salaries, commissions, etc , paid to employees for the 
workweek. Include as full workweek all employees paid for the full workweek 
or more regardless of the number of hours actually on duty The full workweek 
is the number of hours typically worked by employees of your establishment. 
Line c — Include both full and less-than-full workweek employees. 
Une d.— For proprietorships and partnerships only. 

(1) Include only those who worked in this establishment 15 hours or more 
during the workweek. 

(2) Include wives, sons, daughters, etc., not paid a wage or salary, who worked 



in this establishment 15 hours or more during the workweek 



, paid 
durini 



ITEM S.-CLASS OF CUSTOMER (To ba nmpletid ONLY br npUr stwpt) 

Place a check mark in the box accounting for most of your receipts in 1954. 

1, I I Household consumers, farmers, and other individuals. 

2. Ll Business concerns, institutions, professional, and government users. 



ITEM t^THER BUSINESS OPERATIONS ON THESE PREMISES ^ ^,. ^ , n v 

a. Is any department of your establishment operated by another owner, or, is any business not owned by you operated within your establishment? I — I Yes 
(IncloiJe ftay opervtloo oot Mp«rstclr Idsatiaod to tba pubUc tot whloo vou auume aacue degree of reapooslblHty to tbe caitomera.) 
If "Yea," please furnish the following information for EACH auch department. 



D No 



Nftme end builneia addresi at dwdc 



De«crlptlon o( bualnen 



Eiilmsted receipts 
dnrinilSM 
(Doilus) 



<n< ih<i mIm of this da- 

pkTlmoDl Included Id 

your Butwpt ta Item 3T 

(CtMck one) 



Are the pvnonuel and pay' 
rolb o( Iht* depATlmpnt 
Included In your aiuwer 
U) Itain V 

fOback ooe) 



ITEM 6.— OTHER BUSINESS OPERATIONS ON THESE PREMISES— Conllmid 

b. Is your establishment operated as a department of another 
business establishment, c. g, a beauty parlor or shoo repair 
shop in a department store? □ Yes □ No 

If "Yea," please enter in the "Remarks" section the name of the establishment in 
which you are located and its kind of business. 



ITEM 7.-F0RM OF OWNERSHIP (Check OM) 

1 I J Individual proprietor 

2 LJ Partnership 

3 D Corporation (do not include any form of cooperative oMocintion) 

4 n Cooperative association (corporate or noncorporate) 

5 n Other (Specify) . 



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STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS 

(As defined by the Bureau of the Budget) 



AKRON STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA — Coextensive with Sunnmit^ 
County, Ohio 

ALBANY-SCHENECTADY-TROY STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— 
Consists of Albany, Rensselaer, and Schenectady Counties, N. Y. 

ALBUQUERQUE STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA — Coextensive 
with Bernalillo County, N, Mex. 

ALLENTOWN-BETHLEHEM-EASTON STANDARD METROPOLITAN 
AREA— Consists of Lehigh and Northampton Counties, Pa. ; and 
Warrc-n County, N. J. 

ALTOONA STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 
Biai*- County, Pa. 

AMARILLO STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Consists of Potter 
and Randall Counties, Tex. 

ASHEVILLE STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 
Buncombe County, N. C. 

ATLANTA STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA — Consists of Cobb, 
De Kalb, and Fulton Counties, Ga. 

ATLANTIC CITY STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive 
with Atlantic County, N, J. 

AUGUSTA STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Consists of Richmond 
County, Ga, ; and Aiken County, S. C. 

AUSTIN STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with Travis 
County, Tex. 

BALTIMORE STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Consists of Balti- 
more City, Baltimore and Anne Arundel Counties, Md. 

BATON ROUGE STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 
East Baton Rouge Parish, La. 

BAY CITY STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA — Coextensive with Bay 
County, Mirch. 

BEAUMONT-PORT ARTHUR STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Co- 
extensive with Jefferson County, Tex. 

BINGHAMTON STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 
Broome County, N. Y. 

BIRMINGHAM STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA — Coextensive with 
Jefferson County, Ala. 

BOSTON STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA — Consists of all of 
Suffolk County; Cambridge, Everett, Maiden, Medford, Melrose, 
Newton. Somerville, Waltham, and Woburn Cities and Arlington, 
Ashland. Bedford, Belmont, Burlington, Concord, Framinghann, 
Lexington, Lincoln, Natick, North Reading, Reading, Stone hann, 
Wakefield, Watertown, Wayland, Weston, Wilmington, and Win- 
chester Towns in Middlesex County; Beverly, Lynn, Peabody, and 
Salenn Cities and Danvers, Hamilton, Lynnfield, Manchester, Marble- 
head, Middle ton. Nahant, Saugus, Swampscott, and Wenham Towns 
in Essex County; Quincy City and Braintree, Brookline, Canton, Co- 
has set, Dedham, Dover, Medfield, Milton, Needham, Norwood, 
Randolph, Sharon, Walpole, Wellesley, Westwood, and Weynnouth 
Towns in Norfolk County; and Hingham and Hull Towns in Plymouth 
County, Mass. 

BRIDGEPORT STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Consists of 
Bridgeport City and Fairfield, Stratford, and Trunnbull Towns in 
Fairfield County, and Milford Town in New Haven County, Conn. 

BROCKTON STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Consists of Brockton 
City and Abington, Bridgewater, East Bridgewater, Rockland, West 
Bridgewater. and Whitman Towns in Plymouth County; Avon, Hol- 
brook, and Stoughton Towns in Norfolk County; and Easton Town in 
Bristol County, Mass. 

BUFFALO STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Consists of Erie and 
Niagara Counties, N. Y. 

CANTON STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with Stark 
County. Ohio 

CEDAR RAPIDS STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 
Linn County, Iowa 

CHARLESTON (S. C. ) STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coex- 
tensive with Charleston County, S. C. 

CHARLESTON (W. Va. ) STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Con- 
sists of Fayette and Kanawha Counties, W. Va. 

CHARLOTTE STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 
Mecklenburg County, N. C. 

CHATTANOOGA STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Consists of 
Hamilton County, Tenn. ; and Walker County, Ga. 

CHICAGO STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Consists of Cook, 
Du Page, Kane, Lake, and Will Counties, 111. ; and Lake County, Ind. 

CINCINNATI STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Consists of Hamil- 
ton County, Ohio; and Cannpbell and Kenton Counties, Ky. 

CLEVELAND STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Consists of Cuya- 
hoga and Lake Counties, Ohio 

COLUMBIA STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 
Richland County, S. C. 

COLUMBUS (GA. ) STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Consists of 
Chattahoochee and Muscogee Counties, Ga. ; and Russell County, Ala. 

COLUMBUS (OHIO) STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive 
with Franklin County, Ohio 

CORPUS CHRISTI STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive 
with Nueces County, Tex, 

DALLAS STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with Dallas 
County, Tex. 

DAVENPORT-ROCK ISLAND-MOLINE STANDARD METROPOLITAN 
AREA— Consists of Rock Island Coxinty, 111. ; and Scott County, Iowa 

DAYTON STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Consists of Greene and 
Montgomery Counties. Ohio 



DECATUR STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 

Macon County, 111. 
DENVER STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Consists of Adams, 

Arapahoe, Denver, and Jefferson Counties, Colo. 
DES MOINES STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 

Polk County, Iowa 
DETROIT STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Consists of Macomb. 

Oakland, and Wayne Counties, Mich. 
DUBUQUE STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 

Dubuque County, Iowa 
DULUTH-SUPERIOR STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Consists of 

St, Louis County, Minn. ; and Douglas County, Wis. 
DURHAM STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with Dur- 

hann County, N. C. 
EL PASO STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 

El Paso County, Tex, 
ERIE STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with Erie 

County, Pa, 
EVANSVILLE STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA — Coextensive with 

Vanderburgh County, Ind. 
FALL RIVER STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Consists of Fall 

River City and Somerset, Swansea, and Westport Towns in Bristol 

County, Mass, ; and Tiverton Town in Newport County, R. I. 
FLINT STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with Genesee 

County, Mich. ' 

FORT SMITH STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 

Sebastian County, Ark. 
FORT WAYNE STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 

Allen County, Ind. 
FORT WORTH STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 

Tarrant County, Tex. 
FRESNO STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 

Fresno County, Calif. 
GADSDEN STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 

Etowah County, Ala. 
GALVESTON STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 

Galveston County, Tex. 
GRAND RAPIDS STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA — Coextensive 

with Kent County, Mich. 
GREEN BAY STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 

Brown County, Wis. 
GREENSBORO-HIGH POINT STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— 

Coextensive with^Guilford County, N. C. 
GREENVILLE STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 

Greenville County, S. C. 
HAMILTON-MIDDLETOWN STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Co- 
extensive with Butler County, Ohio 
HAMPTON-NEWPORT NEWS- WARWICK STANDARD METROPOLITAN 

AREA — Consists of Hannpton, Newport News, and Warwick Cities, 

Va. 
HARRISBURG STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Consists of 

Cumberland and Dauphin Counties, Pa. 
HARTFORD STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Consists of Hartford 

City and Avon, Bloomfield, East Hartford, Farnnington, Glastonbury, 

Manchester. Newington, Rocky Hill, Simsbury, South Windsor, West 

Hartford, Wethersfield, and Windsor Towns in Hartford County, Conn. 
HOUSTON STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 

Harris County, Tex. 
HUNTINGTON-ASHLAND STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Con- 
sists of Cabell and Wayne Counties. W. Va. ; Boyd County, Ky. ; and 

Lawrence County, Ohio 
INDIANAPOLIS STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 

Marion County, Ind. 
JACKSON (MICH.) STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive 

with Jackson County, Mich. 
JACKSON (MISS.) STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive 

with Hinds County, Miss. 
JACKSONVILLE STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive 

with Duval County, Fla, 
JOHNSTOWN STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Consists of Cam- 
bria and Somerset Counties, Pa, 
KALAMAZOO STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 

Kalamazoo County, Mich. 
KANSAS CITY STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Consists of John- 
son and Wyandotte Counties, Kans. ; and Clay and Jackson Counties, 

Mo. 
KENOSHA STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 

Kenosha County, Wis, 
KNOXVILLE STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Consists of Ander- 
son, Blount, and Knox Counties, Tenn. 
LANCASTER STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 

Lancaster County, Pa. 
LANSING STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 

Ingham County, Mich, 
LAREDO STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with Webb 

County, Tex. 
LAWRENCE STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Consists of 

Lawrence City and Andover, Methuen, and North Andover Towns in 

Essex County, Mass. 
LEXINGTON STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 

Fayette County, Ky, 

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SELECTED SERVICES -AREA STATISTICS 

STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS— Continued 



LIMA STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with Allen I 
County, Ohio 

LINCOLN STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 
Lancaster County, Nebr. 

LITTLE ROCK-NORTH LITTLE ROCK STANDARD METROPOLITAN 
AREA — Coextensive with Pulaski County, Ark. 

LORAIN-ELYRIA STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive 
with Lorain County, Ohio 

LOS ANGELES-LONG BEACH STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— 
Consists of Los Angeles and Orange Counties, Calif. 

LOUISVILLE STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA — Consists of Jeffer- 
son County, Ky. ; and Clark and Floyd Counties, Ind. 

LOWELL STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Consists of Lowell 
City and Billerica, Chelmsford, Dracut, and Tewksbury Towns in 
Middlesex County, Mass. 

LUBBOCK STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 
Lubbock County, Tex. 

MACON STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Consists of Bibb and 
Houston Counties, Ga. 

MADISON STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with Dane 
County, Wis. 

MANCHESTER STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Consists of Man- 
chester City and Goffstown Town in Hillsborough County, N. H. 

MEMPHIS STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 
Shelby County, Tenn. 

MIAMI STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with Dade 
County, Fla. 

MILWAUKEE STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 
Milwaukee County, Wis. 

MINNEAPOLIS-ST. PAUL STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Con- 
sists of Anoka, Dakota, Hennepin, and Ramsey Counties, Minn. 

MOBILE STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with Mobile 
County, Ala. 

MONTGOMERY STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive 
with Montgomery County, Ala. 

MUNCIE STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 
Delaware County, Ind. 

NASHVILLE STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 
Davidson County, Tenn. 

NEW BEDFORD STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Consists of New 
Bedford City and Acushnet, Dartmouth, and Fairhaven Towns in 
Bristol County, Mass. 

NEW BRITAIN- BRISTOL STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Con- 
sists of Bristol and New Britain Cities and Berlin, Plainville, and 
Southington Towns in Hartford County: and Plymouth Town in Litch- 
field County, Conn. 

NEW HAVEN STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Consists of New 
Haven City and Branford, East Haven, Hamden, North Haven, 
Orange, West Haven and Woodbridge Towns in New Haven County, 
Conn. 

NEW ORLEANS STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Consists of 
Jefferson, Orleans, and St. Bernard Parishes, La. 

NEW YORK-NORTHEASTERN NEW JERSEY STANDARD METRO- 
POLITAN AREA— Consists of New York City (Bronx, Kings, New 
York. Queens, and Richmond Counties) and Nassau, Rockland. 
Siiffolk, and Westchester Counties, N. Y. ; and Bergen, Essex, 
Hudson, Middlesex, Morris, Passaic, Somerset, and Union Counties, 
N. J. 

NORFOLK-PORTSMOUTH STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Con- 
sists of Norfolk and Princess Anne Counties, and the cities of 
Norfolk, South Norfolk, Portsmouth, and Virginia Beach, Va. 

OGDEN STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with Weber 
County, Utah 

OKLAHOMA CITY STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive 
with Oklahoma County, Okla. 

OMAHA STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Consists of Douglas and 
Sarpy Co>inties, Nebr. ; and Pottawattamie County Iowa 

ORLANDO STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 
Orange County, Fla. 

PEORIA STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Consists of Peoria and 
Tazewell Counties, 111. 

PHILADELPHIA STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Consists of 
Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery, and Philadelphia Counties, 
Pa.: and Burlington, Camden, and Gloucester Counties, N. J. 

PHOENIX STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 
Maricopa Coiinty, Ariz. 

PITTSBURGH STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Consists of 
Allegheny, Beaver, Washington, and Westmoreland Counties, Pa. 

PITTSFIELD STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Consists of Pitts- 
field City and Dalton, Lenox, and Lee Towns in Berkshire County, 
Mass. 

PORTLAND (MAINE) STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Consists 
of Portland, South Portland, and Westbrook Cities and Cape Eliza- 
beth and Falmouth Towns in Cumberland County, Me. 

PORTLAND (OREG. ) STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Consists of 
Clackamas, Multnomah, and Washington Counties, Oreg. ; and Clark 
Coxinty, Wash. 

PROVIDENCE STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA- -Consists of 
Central Falls, Cranston, Pawtucket, Providence, and Woon- 
socket Cities and Cumberland, East Providence, Johnston, 
Lincoln, North Providence, North Smithfield, and Smith- 
field Towns in Providence County: North Kingston Town in 
Washington County: Warwick City and East Greenwich, and 
West Warwick Towns in Kent County: and all of Bristol County, 
R. 1. Also Attleboro City and North Attleborough, and Seekonk 
Towns in Bristol County: Belltnghsm, Frsnklin, PUinvills,, 



and Wrentham Towns in Norfolk County: and Blsckstone and MiUvillc 

Towns in Worcester County, Mass. 
PUEBLO STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with Pueblo 

County, Colo. 
RACINE STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with Racine 

County, Wis. 
RALEIGH STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with Wake 

County. N. C. • 

READING STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 

Berks County, Pa. 
RICHMOND STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Consists of Richmond 

City and Chesterfield, and Henrico Counties, Va. 
ROANOKE STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Consists of Roanoke 

City and Roanoke County, Va. 
ROCHESTER STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 

Monroe County, N. Y. 
ROCKFORD STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 

Winnebago County, HI. 
SACRAMENTO STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 

Sacramento County, Calif. 
SAGINAW STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 

Saginaw County, Mich. 
ST. JOSEPH STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 

Buchanan County, Mo. 
ST. LOUIS STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Consists of St. Louis 

City and St. Charles and St. Louis Counties, Mo. : and Madison and 

St. Clair Counties, 111. 
SALT LAKE CITY STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive 

with Salt Lake County, Utah 
SAN ANGELO STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 

Tom Green County, Tex. 
SAN ANTONIO STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 

Bexar County, Tex. 
SAN BERNARDINO- RIVERSIDE -ONTARIO STANDARD METROPOLI- 
TAN AREA — Consists of San Bernardino and Riverside Counties, 

Calif. 
SAN DIEGO STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 

San Diego County. Calif. 
SAN FRANCISCO-OAKLAND STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— 

Consists of Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, San Francisco, San Mateo, 

and Solano Counties, Calif. 
SAN JOSE STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 

Santa Clara County, Calif. 
SAVANNAH STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA — Coextensive with 

Chatham County, Ga. 
SCRANTON STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 

Lackawanna County, Pa. 
SEATTLE STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with King 

County, Wash. 
SHREVEPORT STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Consists of Caddo 

and Bossier Parishes, La. 
SIOUX CITY STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 

Woodbury County, Iowa 
SIOUX FALLS STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA — Coextensive with 

Minnehaha County, S. Dak. 
SOUTH BEND STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 

St. Joseph County, Ind. 
SPOKANE STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 

Spokane County. Wash. 
SPRINGFIELD (ILL. ) STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coex- 
tensive with Sangamon County, 111. 
SPRINGFIELD (MO. ) STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive 

with Greene County, Mo. 
SPRINGFIELD (OHIO) STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coex- 
tensive with Clark County, Ohio 
SPRINGFIELD-HOLYOKE STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Con- 
sists of Chicopee, Holyoke, Springfield, and Westfield Cities and 

Agawam, East Longmeadow, Longmeadow, Ludlow, West Springfield, 

and Wilbraham Towns in Hampden County: Northampton City and 

Easthampton, and South Hadley Towns in Hampshire County, Mass. 

Also Enfield Town in Hartford County, Conn. 
STAMFORD-NORWALK STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Con- 
sists of Norwalk and Stamford Cities and Darien, Greenwich, New 

Canaan, and Westport Towns in Fairfield County, Conn. 
STOCKTON STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 

San Joaquin County, Calif. 
SYRACUSE STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 

Onondaga County, N. Y. 
TACOMA STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 

Pierce County, Wash. 
TAMPA-ST. PETERSBURG STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA — 

Consists of Hillsborough and Pinellas Counties, Fla. 
TERRE HAUTE STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive 

with Vigo County, Indi 
TOLEDO STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with Lucas 

County, Ohio 
TOPEKA STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 

Shawhee County, Kans. 
TRENTON STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 

Mercer County, N. J. 
TUCSON STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA — Coextensive with Pima 

County, Ariz. 
TULSA STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with Tulsa 

County, Okla. 
UTICA-ROME STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Consists of 

Herkimer u>d Oneida Coiutlas. N. Y.' 



INTRODUCTION 

STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS— Continued 



15 



WACO STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA — Coextensive with 
McLennan County, Tex. 

WASHINGTON STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Consists of the 
District of Columbia; Alexandria and Falls Church Cities and 
Arlington and Fairfax Counties, Va. ; Montgomery and Prince Georges 
Counties, Md. 

iVATERBURY STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA — Consists of Water- 
bury City, Naugatuck Borough, and Beacon Falls, Cheshire, Middle- 
bury, Prospect, and Wolcott Towns in New Haven County; and 
Thomastown and Watertown Towns in Litchfield County, Conn. 

.VATERLOO STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA — Coextensive with 
Blackhawk County, Iowa 

WHEELING-STEUBENVILLE STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— 
Consists of Brooke, Hancock, Marshall, and Ohio Counties, W. Va. ; 
and Belmont and JefTerson Counties, Ohio 

AICHITA STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with 
Sedgwick County, Kans. 



AREA — Coextensive 
AREA- 



WICHITA FALLS STANDARD METROPOLITAN 

with Wichita County, Tex. 
vVILKES-BARRE-HAZLETON STANDARD METROPOLITAN 

Coextensive with Luzerne County, I-a. 
WILMINGTON STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Consists of New 

Castle County, Del. ; and Salenn County, N. J. 
WINSTON- SALEM STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive 

with Forsyth County, N. C. 
WORCESTER STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA — Consists of 

vVorcester City and Auburn, East Brookfield, Grafton, Holden, 

Leicester, Millbury, Northborough, North Brookfield, Shrewsbury, 

Spencer, Westborough, and West Boylston Towns in vVorcester 

County, Mass, 
YORK STANDARD ME TROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with York 

County, Fa. 
YOUNGSTOWN STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Consists of 

Mahoning and Trumbull Counties, Ohio, and Mercer County. Pa. 



TERRITORIES AND POSSESSIONS 



HONOLULU STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA — Consists of area legally designated as the "City and County of Honolulu, * 

MAYAGUEZ STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with Mayaguez Municipio. P. R. 

PONCE STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA — Coextensive with Ponce Municipio, P. R. 

SAN JUAN STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Consists of San Juan, Catano, Bayamon, and Guaynabo Municipios. P. R. 



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UNITED STATES SUMMARY 



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CONTENTS 



Table Page 

lA. Selected Services: 195<4 — United States, by Kind of Business — Establishments, Receipts, 

Payroll, and Personnel i-A 

IB. Selected Services: 194-8 — United States, by Kind of Business — Establishments and 

Receipts 1-6 

IC. Selected Services: 1954 — United States and States — Establishments, Receipts, Payroll, 

and Personnel 1-7 

ID, Selected Services: 1954 — United States, by Kind of Business and by States — 

Establishments and Receipts , 1-8 

IE. Selected Services: 1954 — Standard Metropolitan Areas, by Kind of Business — 

Establishments and Receipts 1-27 

IF. Selected Services: 1954 — United States, by Kind of Business and City Size — 

Establishments, Receipts, and Annual Payroll 1-41 

IG. Selected Services: 1954 — Geographic Divisions, by Kind of Business and City Size — 

Establishments, Receipts, and Annual Payroll 1-50 



The following 


pages 


contain 


revisions of 


data 


previously published 


on the correspo 


nding 


pag 


es of 


Se 


lecte 


d 


Services 


Bulle 


tin Series S-1: 


1-4 








1-19 








1-38 








1-47 


1-5 








1-20 








1-40 








1-52 


1-7 








1-21 








1-41 








1-53 


1-8 








1-27 








1-42 








1-62 


1-12 








1-28 








1-43 








1-63 


1-13 








1-32 








1-44 








1-66 


1-14 








1-36 








1-45 








1-67 


1-18 








1-37 








1-46 











1-3 




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1^ 



SELECTED SERVICES -AREA STATISTICS 



Table lA. SELECTED SERVICES: 1954-UNITED STATES, BY KIND OF BUSINESS 
Establishments, Receipts, Payroll, and Personnel 



Kind of business 



Establishments 



Total 

(Number) 



With 

payroll 



Receipts 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Dollars) 



Pull 
workweek 



Paid emplo>'ees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Number) 



Fnll 
workweek 



Selected services, total ,. 

Persooal St^rvices 



Total __ 

Barber, beauty shops 

Barber shops 

Beauty shops 

Barber and beauty shops combined , 

Funeral service, crematories _ . . _ 

Photographic studios (including commercial photography) 

Shoe repair shops, shoeshine parlors, hat cleaning shops 

,Shoe repair shops 

Shoeshine parlors 

Hat cleaning shops ._ _ 

Cleaning, pressing, dyeing, garment repair .- 

Pressing, alteration, garment repair (except fur) 

Cleaning, pressing shops, and independent plant outlets.. 

Garment repair, alteration (except fur) 

Fur repair, storage 

Cleaning, dyeing plants 

Cleaning, dyeing plants (except rug cleaning) ' 

Rug cleaning, repairing plants 

Laundries, laimdry services 

Power laundries, self-service laundries 

Power laundries ' 

Self-service launtiries 

Industrial laundries. ._ 

Linen supply 

Diaper service 

Laundries (except power) 

Miscellaneous personal services 

Costume, dress suit rental 

Turkish bath, massage parlors 

Rug, furniture cleaning on location 

Coin-operated service machine establishments 

Miscellaneous personal services, n.e.c 



Business Services (esc. Accouotiag, Auditing, Bookkeepiog) 

Total 

Advertising. _ 

Advertising agencies 

Outdoor advertising services 

Miscellaneous advertising 

Consumer, mercantile credit; adjustment, collection agencies 

Private employment agencies 

News syndicates 

Duphcating, addressing, mailing, stenographic services 

Blueprinting, photocopying services 

Services to dwellings, other buildings.., 

Disinfecting, exterminatmg services 

Window cleaning _ 

Miscellaneous services to dwellings, other buildings 

Business services, n.e.c... 

Auctioneers' establishments (service only) 

Cloin-operated machine rental, repair services 

Detective agencies 

Interior decorating service 

Photofinishing laboratories 

Sign painting shops 

Telephone answering service 

Window displa.v service 

Other business services, n.e.c... 



Aulomobile Repiir Sentces, Gacages 

Total 

Automobile repair 

General automobile repair shops 

Battery, ignition repair and service 

Glass replacement, repair. 

Paint shops . 

Radiator repair shops 

Tire repair shops 

Top and body repair... 

Automobile repair, n.e,c 

Brake repair shops 

Wheel , axle, spring repair shops 

Other automobile repair shops, n.e.c 

Automobile storage, parking 

Parking structures, storage garages 

Parking lots 

Automobile, truck rentals (without drivere) 

Automobile services (except repair) 

Automobile laundries 

Automobile services, n.e.c 

Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid discloeure. 

^Incluties plant-owned outlets. 



785,589 



348,843 

169,634 

91,122 

76,544 

2,018 

18,387 

17,293 

29,385 

26,843 

1,595 

947 

76,251 

45,612 

36,726 

8,886 

1,439 

29,200 

27,423 

1,777 

30,269 

19,861 

(NA) 

(NA) 

584 

1,371 

381 

8,072 

7,574 

515 

2,265 

551 

443 

3,300 

88,661 
8,239 
5,063 
1,307 
1,869 
5,220 
3,153 
467 
6,920 
1,019 

11,719 
3,270 
4,231 
4»218 

51,924 
1,639 
482 
1,123 
2,944 
1,719 
5,703 
1,171 
1,101 

36,042 



375,149 



163,007 

69,726 

34,204 

34,032 

1,490 

12,523 

7,321 

7,651 

6,659 

455 

537 

44,573 

17,160 

15,518 

1,642 

999 

26,4U 

25,357 

1,057 

18,699 

13,311 

9,612 

3,699 

560 

1,279 

339 

3,210 

2,5U 

363 

391 

251 

215 

1,294 

40,061 
5,287 
3,267 
1,007 
1,0U 
3,782 
1,993 

159 
2,666 

897 
5,577 
1,962 
2,063 
1,552 
19,700 

273 
92 

791 

526 
1,261 
1,869 

883 

297 
13,708 



(NA) 



94,342 
79,709 
53,738 

1,591 

1,026 

1,965 

2,749 

2,444 
11,715 

4,481 
915 

1,068 

2,498 

8,572 

2,317 

6,255 

2,872 

3,189 

1,657 

1,532 
Not available. 



23,508j01_9. 



5,772,869 

1,205,875 

551,934 

626,161 

27,780 

744,348 

334,055 

201, 522 

186,212 

6,480 

8,830 

1,675,503 

410,307 

376,428 

33,879 

26,815 

1,138,331 

1,036,815 

51,566 

1,604,782 

1,008,551 

(NA) 

(NA) 

157,203 

326,115 

36,397 

76, 516 

106,734 

16,638 

13,539 

7,433 

19,022 

50, 102 



6,317,324 

3,497,747 

3,190,724 

172,327 

134,696 

226,647 

62,397 

92,368 

173,182 

95,464 

281,482 

101,064 

90,125 

90,293 

1,887,537 

22,844 

8,286 

60,350 

43,107 

166,864 

63,983 

27,473 

17,660 

1,469,965 



4,934,733 

873,103 

351,972 

496,233 

24,393 

653,626 

273,759 

109,316 

98,878 

3,400 

7,038 

1,405,243 

262,219 

248,002 

14,217 

24,525 

1, 118,499 

1,070,893 

47,606 

1,534,812 

966,093 

913, 6U 

52,479 

156,981 

324,921 

35,907 

50,910 

84,924 

15,292 

7,243 

5,747 

17,070 

39,572 



6,013,742 

3,463,441 

3,165,724 

169,907 

127,810 

219,917 

56,605 

90,512 

152,636 

94,500 

253,372 

93,023 

31,167 

79,177 

1,682,709 

14,0U 

5,400 

58,406 

21,055 

166,070 

50,051 

26,124 

13,138 

1,328,451 



2,222,672 


1,894,612 


1,589,120 


1,290,538 


962,726 


744,826 


40,202 


35,442 


37,190 


34,428 


43,260 


39,042 


44,602 


35,172 


79,637 


71,101 


263,757 


228,241 


117,746 


102,236 


31,506 


28,492 


33,150 


36,284 


48,090 


37,510 


292,170 


279,898 


U9,093 


U7,674 


U3,072 


132,224 


277,604 


267,074 


63,773 


57,102 


43,554 


41,356 


20,224 


15,746 


lot elsewhe 


re classified. 



1,960,442 

376,311 

156,977 

207,693 

11,641 

126,904 

81,420 

31,601 

23,328 

],126 

2,147 

590,473 

66,784 

61,431 

5,353 

5,887 

517,802 

499,678 

13,124 

726,763 

511,969 

493,317 

13,152 

63,165 

123,420 

14,437 

13,772 

26,970 

4,016 

2,797 

2,010 

3,564 

U,533 

1,483,399 

402,143 

307,802 

53,390 

40,951 

112,541 

24,157 

20,093 

62,370 

31,349 

137,616 

39,431 

47,164 

50,971 

692,630 

3,416 

1,677 

41,248 

4,972 

51,766 

17,537 

12,963 

3,963 

555,083 



487,655 
336,387 
179,354 

8,064 

7,717 
13,375 

9,399 
13,001 
73,394 
32,083 

8,323 
12,610 
11,150 
84,910 
47,147 
37,763 
40,930 
25,428 
19,949 

5,479 



125,901,222 



38,229,732 

7,707,574 

3,230,184 

4,236,415 

240,975 

2,410,743 

1,693,267 

620,073 

553,444 

22,524 

44,105 

11,572,423 

1,287,166 

1,165,274 

121,892 

136,866 

10,148,391 

9,788,870 

359,521 

13,698,574 

9,693,793 

9,446,330 

246,963 

1,212,536 

2,262,060 

273,077 

257,103 

527,073 

73,081 

59,787 

41,332 

65,960 

286,918 

28,927,893 

7,489,367 

5,688,676 

1,002,676 

798,015 

2,278,161 

497,342 

380,143 

1,264,083 

593,643 

2,776,316 

779,696 

972,363 

1,024,252 

13,648,838 

64,380 

31 , 149 

848,510 

104,564 

962,976 

351,603 

273,284 

78,526 

10,933,841 



9,436, 

6,531 

3,494 

158 

148: 

257 

195 

264, 

1,405 

607 

156, 

239 

211 

1,642 

898; 

743 
781 
531 
426; 
104 



,348 
,894 
,882 
056 
553 
,397 
263 
,157 



118,281,694 



36,425,065 

7,241,930 

3,057,538 

3,957,886 

226, 506 

2,232,915 

1,620,724 

531,423 

521,227 

19,850 

40,346 

11,022,334 

1,164,652 

1,055,095 

109,557 

126,634 

9,731,048 

9,386,506 

344,542 

13,184,956 

9,304,911 

9,089,195 

215,716 

1,173,391 

2,204,361 

266,199 

230,094 

490,783 

63,237 

55,370 

38,422 

64,673 

263,581 

27,369,865 

7,315,633 

5,646,313 

954,985 

713,830 

2,157,697 

423,597 

377,013 

1,085,389 

580,966 

2,603,375 

759,068 

907,884 

941,423 

12,821,195 

56,790 

30,796 

795,899 

97,138 

910,306 

328,663 

250,034 

74,926 

10,276,543 

9,068,755 
6,322,044 
3,370,433 
153,505 
145,179 
249,395 
139,975 

1,363,432 
593,809 
153,773 
234,951 
205,085 

1,637,687 
852,429 
685,258 
759,748 
449,276 
356,637 
92,639 



2,361,821 



820,26! 

155,979 

59,445 

91,640 

4,894 

41,154 

28,257 

15,230 

12,817 

1,077 

1,336 

258, 193 

32,931 

29,829 

3,102 

2,519 

222,743 

216,789 

5,954 

311,117 

235,511 

227,164 

8,347 

21,257 

41,819 

4,752 

7,778 

10,341 

1,417 

1,327 

718 

1,087 

5,792 

404,755 
73,206 
45,607 
11,795 
15,804 
39,162 
10,028 

3,415 
27,455 

8,998 
50,783 
10,933 
17,774 
22,076 
191,708 

1,425 

403 

17,262 

1,696 
15,718 

4,831 

6,297 

1,244 
142,732 



157,437 
102,222 
56,976 
2,642 
2,2U 
4,033 
2,968 
4,372 
20,476 
8,541 
2,121 
3,179 
3,241 
30, 176 
15,212 
14,964 
10,251 
14,788 
12,722 
2,066 



XXX Not appUcable. 



697 

766 

455 
,476 
,108 

334 

774 
,238 

108 

725 

383 
(Z) Less than $500. ... Represents zero. 



2,024,726 



733,679 

136, 190 

52,432 

79,437 

4,321 

34,596 

25,015 

12,833 

10,955 

309 

1,074 

233,721 

27,163 

24,627 

2,536 

2,133 

204,425 

199,049 

5,376 

287,741 

217, U8 

210,712 

6,426 

20,030 

39,769 

4,471 

6,333 

8,578 

1,218 

1,135 

589 

1,006 

4,630 



342,265 

65,030 

44,708 

10,803 

9,564 

34,059 

7,364 

3,290 

18,927 

8,474 

44,349 

10, 188 

15,540 

18,621 

160,722 

957 

388 

M,759 

1,461 

14,562 

4,170 

5,295 

1,098 

118,032 



139,648 
94,794 
52,451 
2,428 
2,076 
3,747 
2,789 
4,081 
19,155 
8,067 
2,017 
3,043 
3,007 
25,487 
13,335 
12,152 
9,510 
9,857 
8,291 
1,566 



UNITED STATES SUMMARY 



1-5 



Table lA. SELECTED SERVICES: 1954-UNITED STATES, BY KIND OF BUSINESS-Continued 

Establishments, Receipts, Payroll, and Personnel 



Kind of business 



Miscelitaeous Repair Services 

Totil 

Watch, clock, jewelry repair 

Upholstery, furniture repair 

Electrical repair shops 

Radio, television repair shops 

Refrigerator service, repair shops 

Other electrical repair shops, n.e.c. 

Blacksmith shops 

Miscellaneous repair shops 

Ammture rewinding, electric motor t«pair and rebuilding 

Bicycle repair shops 

Leather goods repair shops 

Locksmith, gunsmith shops 

Musical instrument repair 

Repair shops, n.ec 

LawTunower. saw. knife, tool sharpening and repair shops.. 

T\penTiter repair shops 

\\'eiding repair shops 

Other repair shops, n.e.c 

Amusemeot, Recreatioo Services (inc. Motioa Pictures) 

Total 

Motion picture theaters 

Motion picture theaters (except drive-in) 

Drive-in motion picture theaters 

Motion i)icture production, distribution, services 

Motion picture production ^ 

.Motion picture production other than for television 

Motion picture production for television 

Motion picture distribution ^ 

Motion picture film exchanges other than for television 

Motion picture film exchanges for television 

Ser\'ices allied to motion picture distribution 

Services allied to motion picture production 

Billiard and pool parlors, bowling alleys 

Billiard, pool parlors..- 

Bowling alleys 

Race track operation (including racing stables) 

Automobile 



Dog. 



Horse (including racing stables) 

Sports promoters, commercial operators 

Baseball, football, athletic fields, sports promoters 

Baseball clubs 

Football clubs 

Other sports clubs, promoters 

Bathing beaches 

Golf courses 

Riding academies 

Skating rinks ._ 

Swinmiing pools 

Commercial sports, operators, n.e.c 

Boat, canoe rentals 

Other commercial sports operators, n.e.c 

Theatrical presentations and services 

Bands, orchestras, entertainers 

Dance halls, studios, schools (exc. children's, professional) . 

Membership golf, country clubs 

Amusement, recreation ser\'ices, n.e.c 

.\musement parks, devices, shooting galleries _ 

Carnivals, circuses 

Coin-operated amusement device estabhshments.. 

Other amusement, recreation services, n.e.c 



Hotels, Motels, Tourist CoorTs, Camps 



Total. 



Hotek. 
Year-roimd 

25 or more guest rooms 

Less than 25 guest rooms 

Seasonal 

Motels, tourist courts, camps 

Motels, tourist courts, trailer parks. 

Motels, tourist courts 

Trailer parks 

Sporting, recreational camps | 



Establishments 



Total 

(Number) 



113,«9 

11,246 

13,305 

32,164 

22,324 

5,037 

4,303 

5,824 

50,890 

2,684 

561 

393 

1,801 

2,972 

42,479 

2,746 

775 

9,244 

29, 7U 



73,352 

18,491 

U,716 

3,775 

2,352 

775 

541 

234 

1,156 

798 

84 

274 

421 

12,701 

7,639 

5,062 

1,845 

454 

145 

1,246 

7,799 

672 

271 

25 

376 

360 

1,0U 

689 

1,799 

652 

2,613 

1,811 

802 

2,179 

7,097 

2,265 

2,996 

15,627 

2,488 

1,090 

6,045 

6,004 



66,962 

24,778 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

42,184 

33,792 

29,432 

4,360 

8,392 



With 
payroll 



33,125 

2,018 

5,133 

8,478 

5,874 

1,393 

1,211 

1,202 

16,294 

2,108 

117 

103 

397 

294 

13,275 

738 

291 

3,236 

9,010 



52,222 

17,371 

13,760 

3,611 

1,906 

623 

417 

206 

1,036 

700 

80 

256 

247 

8,231 

3,539 

4,692 

803 

292 

33 

428 

4,215 

500 

267 

17 

216 

322 

826 

319 

1,017 

486 

745 

465 

230 

1,461 

5,893 

1,735 

2,884 

7,723 

1,510 

726 

3,301 

2,186 



38,558 
19,366 
15,950 
11,367 
4,583 
3,418 
19,190 
16,294 
15,070 
1,224 
2,896 



Receipts 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
(tl.OOO) 



1,795,758 

86,359 

132,564 

472,357 

307,922 

84,179 

80,256 

39,285 

1,015,193 

174,995 

4,797 

3,276 

16,161 

16,454 

799,510 

29,498 

10,249 

139,808 

619,955 



4,372,497 

1,407,151 

1,179,371 

227,730 

944,638 

136,955 

75,607 

61,348 

673,904 

625,982 

24,052 

23,870 

133,779 

271,321 

74,981 

196,840 

300,743 

16,347 

29,585 

254,811 

224,050 

103,351 

53,410 

12,153 

37,788 

9,693 

31,979 

8,477 

31,642 

10,422 

23,436 

14,895 

13,591 

206,929 

87,045 

72,795 

302,264 

555,061 

82,283 

52,811 

233,956 

181,011 

3,026,899 

2,404,529 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

622,370 

505,338 

457,065 

48,273 

117,032 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
(11,000) 



1,356,674 

42,909 

135,852 

325,929 

208,000 

57,667 

60,262 

19,861 

832,123 

170,741 

2,201 

2,126 

9,025 

6,330 

641,700 

22,102 

7,757 

104,420 

507,421 



4,217,847 

1,396,311 

1,170,401 

225,910 

940,330 

135,177 

74,209 

60,968 

672,740 

624,978 

23,994 

23,768 

132,413 

242,755 

49,181 

193,574 

292,257 

15,447 

28,973 

247,837 

202,112 

101,567 

53,398 

12,109 

36,060 

9,473 

30,595 

6,181 

26, 570 

9,468 

18,258 

8,045 

10,213 

200,393 

77,891 

69,379 

301,202 

495,217 

75,741 

49,897 

212,004 

157,575 



2,845,839 

2,362,685 

2,158,332 

2,075,194 

83,138 

204,353 

483,154 

394,000 

365,389 

28,611 

89,154 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



455,056 

12,325 

39,025 

94,135 

60,739 

16,076 

17,320 

5,115 

304,456 

58,954 

399 

768 

2,393 

2,100 

239,842 

7,032 

2,391 

33,119 

197,300 



1,251,635 

239,664 

247,476 

42,188 

367, 502 

230,265 

201,517 

28,748 

85,909 

73,150 

3,786 

8,973 

51,328 

77,686 

11,328 

66,353 

62,880 

2,202 

7,447 

53,231 

68,749 

41,186 

27,912 

5,056 

8,218 

2,727 

8,893 

1,583 

7,186 

2,415 

4,759 

1,593 

3,166 

80,434 

39,625 

26,274 

1U,245 

124,576 

24,189 

13,999 

35,827 

50,561 



895,528 

802,965 

747,187 

728,715 

18,472 

55,778 

92,563 

69,027 

64,250 

4,777 

23,536 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Dollars) 



9,004,001 

233,996 

807,655 

1,891,386 

1,249,263 

301,613 

340,510 

99, 108 

5,966,856 

1,114,960 

3,369 

15,718 

45,574 

41,218 

4,741,017 

132,529 

44,941 

638,317 

3,925,230 



23,595,982 

5,325,636 

4,669,453 

656, 183 

7,107,141 

4,453,262 

3,377,693 

675,569 

1,590,048 

1,349,633 

78,397 

162,018 

1,063,831 

1,777,789 

208,088 

1,569,701 

973,950 

18,013 

61,153 

899,734 

1,090,037 

655,557 

203,800 

260,172 

191,585 

24,890 

144,109 

30,495 

149,836 

22,829 

62,271 

23,837 

33,434 

1,805,622 

834,157 

528,980 

2,070,357 

2,077,313 

243,448 

237,846 

668,235 

927,784 



16,657,266 

15,238,132 

14,760,129 

14,425,653 

334,476 

478,003 

1,419,134 

1,235,267 

1,146,683 

83,579 

183,867 



Full 
workweek 



3,613,045 

230,092 

761,100 

1,798,040 

1,174,645 

291,306 

331,589 

92,627 

5,731,186 

1,084,620 

7,369 

14,471 

43,902 

38,856 

4,541,968 

126,433 

43, 6U 

607,110 

3,764,811 



21,304,513 

4,306,486 

4,227,372 

579,114 

■6,603,030 

3,996,380 

3,470,610 

525,770 

1,573,187 

1,339,132 

74,230 

159,825 

1,033,463 

1,348,919 

189,883 

1,159,036 

937,290 

10,006 

60,490 

366,794 

932,309 

607,854 

189,359 

255,226 

163,269 

21,401 

131,627 

28,808 

119,570 

18,435 

54,614 

20,662 

33,952 

1,716,370 

619,248 

435,911 

1,914,256 

1,940,694 

211,778 

199,857 

648,641 

880,418 



15,500,451 

U,217,866 

13,780,105 

13,476,657 

303,443 

437,761 

1,232,585 

1,117,290 

1,035,541 

31,749 

165,295 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov, 15 



Total 

(Number) 



125,685 

4,034 

13,551 

27,507 

18,281 

4,095 

5,131 

1,845 

78,478 

U,430 

203 

307 

820 

753 

62,235 

1,969 

752 

9,116 

50,398 



433,311 

157,314 

137,311 

20,003 

51,099 

24,656 

21,092 

3,564 

17,768 

15,005 

605 

2,158 

8,675 

71,229 

6,590 

54,639 

11,458 

735 

836 

9,837 

17,560 

6,464 

2,470 

774 

3,220 

544 

2,722 

721 

5,009 

671 

1,429 

559 

870 

U,771 

21,015 

U,616 

40,217 

34,032 

5,561 

4,934 

9,370 

13,667 



420,352 

377,230 

366,007 

354,563 

11,444 

11,223 

43,122 

38,092 

36,015 

2,077 

5,030 



Full 

workweek 



113,369 

3,648 

11,812 

24,252 

15,651 

3,800 

4,801 

1,620 

72,037 

13,544 

163 

257 

756 

608 

56,709 

1,761 

700 

8,110 

46,138 



325,416 

122,793 

107,011 

15,782 

45,503 

19,883 

17,580 

2,303 

17,347 

14,700 

586 

2,061 

8,273 

40,859 

5,535 

35,324 

10,113 

232 

816 

9,065 

11,467 

3,841 

1,368 

653 

1,820 

366 

2,128 

634 

2,957 

491 

1,050 

405 

645 

12,997 

11,674 

9,602 

32,007 

28,401 

3,779 

3,6U 

9,188 

11,821 



365,349 

329,893 

320,309 

310,854 

9,455 

9,589 

35,451 

31,293 

29,550 

1,743 

4,158 



Proprie- 
tors (tm- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 
nesses 
only) 
(Number) 



119,360 

11,418 

14,294 

34,610 

24,820 

5,269 

4,521 

6,077 

52,961 

2,634 

584 

404 

1,874 

3,006 

44,459 

2,901 

812 

9,761 

30,985 



59,550 

8,834 

6,896 

1,938 

1,083 

359 

253 

106 

413 

227 

15 

171 

311 

13,521 

8,520 

5,001 

1,681 

274 

118 

1,289 

7,349 

376 

39 

16 

321 

269 

820 

663 

1,921 

568 

2,732 

1,982 

750 

1,672 

6,516 

2,316 

418 

16,160 

2,248 

913 

6,602 

6,397 

67,560 

21,806 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

45,754 

36,997 

3^,217 

4,780 

8,757 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not appUcable. (Z) Less than $500. ... Represents zero. 

Receipts of motion picture producers Include only receipts from film rentals received directly from exhibitors, receipts from outright sales of films, and mlscellaneoua receipts 
other than from film rentals. Neither receipts from Independent distrlbutora, nor receipts from company-owned distributor offices are included in receipts of motion picture pro- 

^Includes receipts from export operations. 



1-6 



SELECTED SERVICES -AREA STATISTICS 

Table IB. SELECTED SERVICES: 1948 '-UNITED STATES, BY KIND OF BUSINESS 

Establishments and Receipts 



Kind of business 



Estabiisfi- 
ments 
(Number) 



Receipts 
($1,000) 



Kind of business 



Establish- 
ments 

(Number) 



Receipts 
($1,000) 



Personal Services 

Barber, beauty shops 

Barber shops 

Beauty shops 

Barber and beauty shops combined 

Cleaning, dyeing plants 

Cleaning, dyeing plants (exc. rug cleaning) 

Rug cleajiing, repairing plants 

Funeral service^ crematories 

Laundries, laundry services 

Laundries , power^ 

Linen supply service 

Diaper service 

Laundries (exc. power) 

•Photographic studios 

Photographic studios (exc. commercial photography) 

Commercial photography...., 

Pressing, alteration, garment repair shops 

Pressing, alteration, gaiment repair -shops (exc. fur repair 

and storage) 

Fur repair and storage shops 

Shoe repair shops, shoeshine parlors, hat cleaning shops 

Shoe repair shops 

Shoeshine 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 miscellaneous personal services, n.e.c 

Business Services 

•Advertising 

•Advertising agencies 

•Outdoor advertising service 

•Miscellaneous advertising service 

•Consumer credit reporting agencies, mercantile reporting 

agencies, adjustment and collection agencies 

•Duplicating, addressing, blueprinting, photocopying, mailing, 

mailing list, stenographic services......... 

•Duplicating, addressing, mailing, mailing list, steno- 
graphic services 

Duplicating, addressing, mailing, mailing list services 

Public stenographic services, court reporting 

Blueprinting, photocopying services 

Employment agencies, private 

■News syndicates 

•Services to dwellings and other buildings 

•Disinfecting, extenninating service 

•Window cleaning service 

•Miscellaneous service to dwellings and other buildings 

•Business services, n.e.c 

Auctioneers' establishments (service only) 

•Coin-operated machine rental and repair services 

•Detective agencies 

•Interior decorating service 

Photof ini shing laboratories , 

Sign painting shops.. 

•Telephone answering service 

•Window display service 

•Other business services, n.e.c 

Automobile Repair Services and Garages 

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 repai r shops 

Automobile repair shops, n.e.c 

Brake repair shops 

Wheel, axle, spring repair shops 

Other automobile repair shops, n.e.c 



153,764 

85,'iOO 

d5,833 

2,531 

25,313 

23,829 

1,484 

18,480 

18,478 

6,770 

1,175 

382 

10,151 



13,788 

10,810 
2,978 

44,471 

42,205 
2,266 

39,275 

35,977 

2,000 

1,298 



11,677 
7,844 
3,833 
499 
1,159 
2,175 



5,910 

3,247 

790 

1,873 



2,604 

2,924 

2,261 

1,342 

919 

663 



833,596 

399,233 

411,425 

22,938 

844,205 
807, 543 

36,662 

572,192 

1,257,493 
913,032 
238,202 

25,886 
80, 373 



211, 394 
146,617 

64,777 



317,867 
45,452 

215,007 

199,157 

5,985 

9,865 



123,367 
65,041 
58,326 
10,113 
9,774 
38,439 



652,027 
394,860 

114,877 
142,290 



95,117 

53,490 

43,604 

9,886 

41,627 



30, 7U 



3,233 


117,303 


1,373 


43,450 


1,249 


38,003 


661 


35,850 


14,009 


541,345 


617 


14,493 


1,294 


50,494 


587 


18,777 


586 


18,933 


1,614 


88,780 


3,975 


47,037 


363 


7,467 


265 


8,053 


4,708 


287,311 



80,705 


1,269,^01 


56,917 


837,227 


1,802 


X,347 


1,051 


20,229 


2,421 


32,079 


2,709 


36,178 


1,876 


34,911 


10,075 


188,084 


3,854 


90, 146 


736 


18,057 


1,180 


37,588 


1,938 


X,501 



Automobile Repair Services and Garages — Con. 

Automobile rentals (without drivers) , 

Automobile storage, parking 

Storage garages 

Parking lots 

Automobile services (exc. repairs) 

Automobile laundries. 

Automobile services, n.e.c 

Miscellaneous Repair Service" 

Blacksmith shops 

^Electrical repair shops 

•Radio repair shops 

•Refrigerator service and repair shops 

•Other electrical repair shops (inc. electrical appliance 
repair shops ) 

Upholstery, furniture repair shops 

Watch, clock, jewelry repair shops 

^Miscellaneous repair shops 

•Armature 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 

Taxidennists. 

Typewri te r repai r shops 

•Welding shops 

•Other repair shops, n.e.c 

Amusements 

Motion picture theaters-^ 

Motion picture theaters, regular 

Outdoor motion picture theaters 

Portable motion picture theaters 

'^Bands, orchestras, and entertainers 

Bowling alleys, billiard and pool parlors 

Billiard and pool parlors .' 

Bowling alleys 

•Dance halls, studios, and schools 

Race track operation 

Autcanoblle 

Dog 

•Horse 

Sports promoters and conmiercial operators 

Baseball and football clubs, athletic fields, sports 

prcmoters 

Baseball clubs (Inc. prcmoters) '. 

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 rinks, ice 

Swlmnilng pools 

Comfflercial sports operators, n.e.c 

Bicycle rentals. 

Boat and canoe rentals ■ 

Other ccMnmercial sports operators, n.e.c 

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

Miscellaneous amusement and recreation service 

Amusement devl cea 

Amusement parks 

Shooting gallei^es 

•Coin -ope rated amusement device services 

Miscellaneous amusement and recreation services, n.e.c 



Hotels, Tourist Courts 



Hotels , 

Tourist courts. 



8,033 
2,561 
5,472 

1,030 
717 
313 



6,966 



29,202 
23, 3 U". 



83,905 

190,042 
115,445 
74,597 

14,752 
10,332 
4,420 



43,260 



17,076 


213,320 


10,705 


99,514 


2,411 


45,439 


3,960 


68,367 


9,509 


125,816 


11,398 


85,489 


26,389 


473,449 


1,957 


60,431 


1,082 


7,255 


498 


3,567 


1,353 


11,409 


698 


5,463 


20,801 


385,324 


459 


2,228 


909 


9,564 


415 


3,910 


185 


2,578 


175 


1,546 


t05 


7,593 


3,250 


36,676 


14,803 


321,229 



18,532 


1,352,833 


17,615 


1,311,978 


811 


40,380 


106 


475 


2,024 


28,531 


13,666 


203,869 


9,181 


65,685 


4,485 


138,184 


1,049 


37,196 


198 


187,905 


112 


8,615 


15 


17,046 


71 


162,244 


6,094 


193,149 


588 


U0,797 


357 


77,183 


21 


12,000 


210 


41,614 


259 


4,077 


321 


8,365 


659 


5,181 


1,379 


21,892 


1,337 


18,448 


42 


3,444 


482 


7,329 


2,406 


15,508 


122 


41'; 


1,361 


6,895 


923 


8,196 


1,410 


144,275 


6,189 


263,274 


1,578 


24,384 


367 


42,047 


174 


1,582 


2,432 


99,185 


1,638 


96,076 



2,172,410 
193,505 



•Data not comparable with 1954 because of difference in enumeration techniques In the two censuses (see text), 
n.e.c. Not elsev/here classified 

'■Data in this table differ from those which appeared In the 1948 Census of Service Trade. Such data were adjusted to exclude data for establishments with no payroll which had 
receipts of less than $1,000. 

^Includes industrial laundries. 
^Does not include admissions taxes. 



UNITED STATES SUMMARY 



1-7 



Table IC. SELECTED SERVICES; 1954-UNITED STATES AND STATES 
Establishments, Receipts, Payroll, and Personnel 



/^ 





Establishments 


Receipts 


Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 


Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 


Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 


Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo. 
rated 
busi- 
nesses 
only) 
(Number) 


Division and State 


Total 

(Number) 


With 
payroll 

(Nuniliei) 


Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 


Total 
(Dollara) 


Full 
workweek 

(DoUan) 


Total 

(Number) 


FuU 
workweek 

(Number) 




785,589 

5,316 
4,058 
2,016 

24,602 
4,578 

10,505 

92,235 
27, 388 
51,850 

41,570 
16,679 
46,769 
29,699 
17, 146 

15,627 
14,079 
21,811 
2,808 
3,333 
7,664 
11,136 

1,851 
10,597 

4,819 
11,872 

6,381 
14,244 

6,432 
12,109 
23,284 

9,181 

11,068 

8,882 

5,260 

7,115 
10,009 
12,774 
43,991 

3,564 
2,959 
2,267 
8,977 
4,169 
5,606 
3,423 
1,878 

14,138 
10,008 
77,862 


375,149 

2,676 
1,866 
1,054 
11,098 
1,858 
5,513 

45,659 
13,006 
21,000 

18,906 
8,603 
21,035 
15,127 
7,872 

6,645 
5,705 
9,851 

1,182 
1,523 
3,204 
5,002 

769 
5,019 
2,791 
6,806 
3,023 
7,604 
3,684 
6,823 
11,292 

4,773 
5,966 
4,812 
2,942 

3,403 

5,013 

5,820 

23,191 

1,636 
1,455 
1,135 
4,577 
2,113 
2,620 
1,643 
1,030 

6,042 
4,232 
36,550 


23,508,019 

87,302 
68,316 
34,616 

637,403 
98,831 

253,623 

4,959,286 

806,199 

1,275,726 

1,143,930 

393,310 

1,997,039 

1,015,601 

377,374 

375,110 
231,821 
539,853 
43,257 
49,149 
154,805 
183,904 

47,194 
293,743 
237,354 
237,783 
132,367 
306, 542 
123,440 
318,561 
656,281 

211,998 
286,217 
180,974 
101,656 

113,104 

276,250 

233,741 

1,004,174 

64,913 
60,208 
46,843 

226,268 
91,425 

120,506 
84,308 

172, 140 

328,411 
217,533 

2,502,075 


21,263,497 

76,792 
58,290 
30,572 

566,625 
85,171 

233,773 

4,685,310 
725,599 

1,118,470 

1,027,854 
356,306 

1,846,913 
935,235 

327,556 

329,020 
137,607 
528,140 
33,843 
39,557 
131,863 
151,478 

41,694 
263,643 
225,756 
263,169 
117,941 
273,482 
109,760 
290,255 
588,383 

188,658 
260,863 
161,332 
89,706 

96,472 
250,812 
200,303 
900,542 

53,321 
51,018 
39,507 

202,662 
79,901 

103,094 
74,362 

166,426 

234,467 

184,633 

2,223,761 


6,533,715 

22,405 
17,290 
8,295 
184,151 
26,380 
73,354 

1,243,910 
252,961 

340,968 

326,135 
115,975 
528,576 
267,397 

98,062 

94,004 

53,215 

157,680 

9,203 

9,301 

36,256 

44,421 

12,632 
37,801 
79,426 
90,057 
40,664 
83,051 
34,596 
85,777 
169,573 

57,253 
86,034 
52,627 
26,395 

28,377 

72,518 

61,528 

272,444 

14,946 
14,248 
11,178 
60,472 
25,566 
31,124 
20,554 
59,299 

90,706 

56,051 

887,179 


125,901,222 

357,020 
251,499 
135,165 

3,431,329 
545,756 

1,541,761 

24,092,746 
4,653,477 

6,588,968 

6,218,305 
2,206,273 
10,101,457 
5,032,957 
1,886,880 

1,858,679 
1,026,595 
3,046,674 
179,546 
131,326 
696,147 
891,243 

238,385 
1,744,267 
1,515,008 
1,746,010 

302,406 
1,626,553 

677,357 
1,678,617 
3,095,225 

1,133,527 

1,679,447 

1,014,215 

538,219 

566,503 
1,389,299 
1,232,244 
5,436,671 

282,496 
262,047 
189,318 

1,129,545 
491,070 
624,922 
387,542 

1,154,554 

1,753,611 
1,094,121 
17,487,520 


113,281,694 

326,263 
231,839 
125,230 

3,186,063 
516,221 

1,428,079 

22,843,190 
4,386,003 
6,179,713 

5,764,307 
2,056,661 
9,441,786 
4,689,865 
1,715,824 

1,701,371 
949,597 

2,654,240 
167,309 
167,284 
646,233 
631,036 

221,203 
1,649,564 
1,429,890 
1,665,332 

767,040 
1,549,757 

646,749 
1,611,777 
2,953,191 

1,085,688 

1,618,091 

969,735 

516,120 

543,800 
1,340,103 
1,181,451 
5,192,872 

259,323 
244,204 
179,540 

1,061,336 
472,763 
533,638 
360,343 

1,106,430 

1,611,009 

1,024,320 

16,222,111 


2,361,8211 

9,743 
6,268 
3,720 
70,471 
11, 393 
29,067 

370,379 
81,684 
134,095 

119,930 
4a, 613 

170,167 
92,763 
40,991 

37,246 
25,415 
62,772 
4,876 
5,082 
17,220 
22,059 

4,864 
35,875 
28,304 
42,189 
18,013 
42,354 
19,444 
42,678 
68,214 

27,723 
40,263 
27,920 
16,049 

15,930 
33,137 
27,697 
123,756 

6,732 
6,175 
4,367 
23,1B9 
10,304 
13,512 
8,721 
15,991 

32,771 
20,459 
241,116 


2,024,726 

7,843 
5,165 
3,034 

57,569 
9,697 

23,308 

323,504 
69,530 

113,311 

98,675 
40,819 
141,949 
76,449 
31,638 

29,574 
20,494 
53,422 
4,135 
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14,098 
16,473 

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31,167 
24,723 
37,795 
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36,757 
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30,736 
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111,832 

5,414 
5,084 
3,722 

19,576 
9,231 

11,846 
7,217 

14, 565 

26,499 

17,472 

202,400 


781,649 


New England; 

Ugine 


4,319 




3,900 




1,874 




22,627 




4,447 


Connecticut 

lUddle Atlantic: 


9,846 




26,404 




51,948 


East North Central: 


40,743 




16,575 




46,948 




30,422 




16,747 


West North Central: 


15,630 




14,266 




21,675 




2,348 


South Dakota 


3,371 
7,304 




11,352 


South Atlantic: 


1,763 




10,264 




4,446 




11,433 


West Virginia 


6,100 




14,157 




6,137 




11,819 


Florida 


23,661 


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9,413 
11,252 




3,816 




5,227 


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7,277 




9,823 


OVl ihTii .... . 


12,972 




44,153 


Ifcuntaln: 


3,677 




3,064 




2,407 




9,333 


New Uexlco 


4,334 




5,793 




3,337 


Nevada 


2,054 


Pacific: 


14,506 




10,651 




81,156 







Standard Notes; 



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Table IE. SELECTED SERVICES: 19')4-STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS 

Establishments and Receipts 



standard metropolitan area 



Selected aervices, total 



Establishments 



Total 
(Number) 



With 
payroll 

( Number ) 



Receipts 



Total, ell 
establish- 
ments 
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Establish- 
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Establishments 



Total 
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Receipts 



Total, all 
establish- 
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payroll 
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Barber shops 



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Receipts 
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Akron, Ohio 

Albajiy-Schenectady-Troy, N . Y 

Albuquerque, N. Hex 

Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton, Pa 

Alloona, Pa 

Amarillo, Tex 

Asheville, N. C 

Atlanta, Ga 

Atlantic City, N. J 

Augusta, Ga 

Austin, Tex 

Baltimore, Hd 

Baton Rouge , La 

Bay City, Mich 

Beaumont-Port Arthur, Tex 

Binghamton, N . X 

Birmingham, Ala 

Boston, Mass 

Bridgeport, Conn 

Brockton, Mass 

Buffalo, N. Y 

Canton, Ohio 

Cedar Rapids, lova 

Charleston, S. C 

Charleston, V. Va 

Charlotte, N. C 

Chattanooga, Tenn 

Chicago, lU .■ 

Cincinnati, Ohio 

Cleveland, Ohio 

Columbia, S. C 

Columbus, Ga 

Columbus , Ohio 

Corpus Christi, Tex 

Dallas, Tex 

Davenport, Iowa-Rock Island-Moline, 111 

Dayton, Ohio 

Decatur, 111 

Denver, Colo 

Des Moines, Iowa 

Detroit, Mich 

Dubuque , Iowa 

Duluth, Minn. -Superior, Wis 

Durham, N. C 

El Faso, Tex 

Erie, Pa 

Evansville, Ind 

Fall River, Mass 

Flint, Mich 

Fort Smith, Ark 

Fort Vayne, Ind 

Fort Worth, Tex 

Fresno, Calif 

Gadsden, Ala 

Galveston, Tex 

Grand Rapids, Mich 

Green Bay, Wis 

Greensboro-High Point, N. C 

Greenville, S. C 

Hamilton-Middletown, Ohio 

Hampton-Newport News-Warwick, Va 

Harrisburg, Pa 

Hartford, Conn 

Houston, Tex 

Huntington, W. Va. -Ashland, Ky 

IndianapK^lis, Ind 

Jackson, Mich 

Jackson, Miss 

Jacksonville, Fla 

Johnstown, Pa 

Kalanasoo, Mich 

Kansas City, Mo 

Kenosha, Wis 

Knoxville, Tenn 

Lancaster, Pa 

Lansing, Mich 

Laredo, Tex 

Lawrence, Mass 

Lexington, Ky 

Lima, Ohio 

Lincoln, Nebr 

Little Rock-North Little Rock, Ark 

Lorain-Elyria, Ohio 

Los Angeles-Long Beach, Calif 

LouisviUe, Ky 

Lowell, Mass 

Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure 
zero. 



2,193 
2,813 
1,U5 
2,282 
514 
790 

557 

3,458 

1,470 

714 

886 

6,444 

650 
365 
996 

826 
2,087 
12,711 

1,423 

731 

5,024 

1,570 

591 

649 

1,088 
1,032 
1,108 
29,553 
4,397 
8,592 

618 

628 

2,991 

964 

4,596 

1,164 

2,372 

550 

4,040 

1,506 

14, 189 

304 

1,302 
404 
941 

1,166 
706 
675 

1,243 

465 

899 

2,651 

1,842 

362 

684 
1,397 
428 
987 
763 
693 

595 
1,505 
1,851 
5,304 

915 
2,757 

541 

568 
1,739 
1,083 

548 
5,115 

359 
1,253 
1,180 
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178 
554 
511 

478 

710 
1,085 

688 
33,811 
2,553 

563 



1,031 
1,229 
559 
866 
220 
452 

329 
2,084 
834 
430 
522 
3,178 

346 
167 
510 
354 
1,131 
5,929 

733 
273 
2,258 
690 
277 
395 

556 
624 

614 
14,121 
2,285 
4,272 

412 

386 
1,461 

564 
2,570 

580 

1,088 
264 

2,130 
698 

7,903 
156 

636 
240 
547 
450 
420 
297 

635 
231 
511 
1,397 
312 
174 

372 
713 
232 
513 

447 
305 

375 
675 

1,067 

2,800 
457 

1,617 
273 
354 
951 
429 
296 

2,511 

179 
691 
482 
431 
112 
264 
297 

206 
336 
537 
312 
16,865 
1,433 
232 



55,918 
72,279 
28,069 
42,480 
10,540 
20,614 

13,218 
153,820 
70,604 
18,871 
21,939 
196,116 

18,126 
7,689 
23,394 
16,930 
57,396 
411,921 

31,342 
11,130 
171,102 
31,928 
15,209 
15,183 

24,974 
50,220 
29,916 

1,707,338 
184,309 
348,763 

20,277 
16,153 
88,281 
27,945 
184,915 
23,473 

84,459 
13,242 

129,924 
46,901 

693,427 
5,872 

27, 663 
11,044 
29,158 
22,202 
20,124 
10,496 

32,460 
9,809 
28,803 
68,266 
40, 834 
5,026 

16,708 
46,812 
11,599 
25,163 
17,915 
14,847 

13,230 
35,588 
65,185 

168,735 
19,848 

113,814 
12,357 
21,444 
58,282 
17,734 
15,695 

176,481 

6,351 
43,697 
21,172 
22,100 

4,012 
11,651 
16,671 

10,099 
18,973 
28,089 
14,031 
1,300,945 
91,742 
8,358 



50,124 
63,681 
24,823 
35,654 
8,886 
18,924 

11,998 
145,978 
67,222 
17,545 
20,079 
178,556 

16,680 
6,449 
21,728 
14,500 
52,374 
373,893 

27, 504 
8,360 
156,064 
27,624 
13,509 
13,615 

22,208 
47,900 
27,344 
1,608,618 
173,197 
324,117 

13,935 
14,397 
80,459 
25,835 
173,945 
25,177 

73,023 
11,984 

119,880 
42,495 

661,915 
5,173 

24,135 
10,334 
26,974 
18,356 
18,842 
8,784 

29,236 

8,641 

27,051 

61,530 
33,694 
4,146 

15,086 
43,018 
10,589 
22,677 
16,271 
12,985 

12,216 
30,960 
61,185 

155,735 
17,860 

108,742 
10,885 
20,482 
54,322 
14,470 
14,315 

162,111 

5,665 
41,019 
17,716 
20,493 

3,742 
10,435 
15,517 

8,795 
17,209 
25,863 
11,843 
1,180,759 
85,450 
7,374 



1,059 

1,418 

433 

1,082 

270 

338 

208 
1,575 
537 
323 
374 
3,363 

271 
172 
453 
438 
1,054 
6,977 

728 
378 
2,574 
731 
251 
297 

495 
425 
468 

15,090 
2,094 
4,033 

299 

316 
1,423 

329 
1,826 

496 

1,158 
216 

1,553 
581 

6,912 
144 

492 
183 
349 
522 
324 
364 

587 

191 
401 
1,090 
666 
195 

269 
553 
133 
449 
335 
302 

323 
724 
915 

2,186 
467 

1,298 
228 
273 
689 
497 
241 

2,296 

150 
510 
503 
361 
69 
366 
206 

210 
299 
433 
299 
13,701 
1,276 
334 



483 
588 
221 
346 
115 
196 

144 
947 
241 
207 
248 
1,581 

147 
76 
243 
166 
556 
3,073 

366 
142 
1,042 
307 
109 
183 

241 

273 

276 

6,574 

1,052 

1,849 

197 
208 
705 
219 
1,096 
246 

498 
114 
301 
257 
3,654 
72 

220 
124 
217 
184 
182 
152 

297 
99 
213 
630 
320 
101 

139 
263 
109 
271 
215 
132 

205 
276 
511 

1,130 
215 
656 
116 
175 
421 
167 
113 

1,046 

84 
290 
163 
203 

39 
164 
138 

82 
123 
257 
135 
6,717 
678 
124 



19, 538 
24,381 
7,629 
14,129 
3,992 
6,117 

4,588 
37,354 
7,260 
6,410 
7,367 
59,922 

6,562 
3,551 
7,854 
6,191 
19,771 
112,770 

12,436 
5,063 
45,317 
10,997 
4,464 
5,614 

9,549 
11,750 

9,510 

339,960 

45,033 

80,993 

7,855 

6,509 
27,456 

7,164 
40,930 

9,356 

23,239 
4,888 
29,510 
11,030 
157,806 
2,391 

7,620 
4,276 
8,023 
7,547 
7,003 
4,527 

11,748 
3,648 
7,950 
19,688 
12,091 
2,100 

4,432 
13,187 
3,470 
9,872 
6,433 
5,431 

5,363 
10,971 
13,865 
44,931 
8,527 
35,446 
4,070 
7,982 
15,587 
6,445 
6,150 
45,324 

2,557 
11,177 
5,481 
8,496 
998 
5,595 
4,926 

3,593 
4,849 
8,617 
5,354 
261,938 
23,807 
4,367 



17,086 

20, 543 

6,703 

11,315 

3,364 

5,531 

4,284 
34,552 
5,992 
5,936 
6,899 
52,302 

6,128 
3,171 
7,142 
5,035 
17,879 
93,464 

10,578 
3,969 

33,101 
9,227 
3,738 
5,112 

8,545 
11,124 

8,830 
294,620 
40,469 
70,627 

7,429 

6,083 
24,452 

6,304 
38,078 

8,258 

20,605 
4,488 

26,298 
9,628 

141,634 
2,181 

6,474 
4,042 
7,583 
6,087 
6,619 
3,569 

10,586 
3,218 
7,258 
17,880 
10, 107 
1,710 

4,052 
12,033 
3,078 
9,054 
5,957 
4,783 

4,939 
9,001 
17,083 
41,411 
7,447 
33,104 

3,650 
7,618 

14,609 
5,223 
5,530 

39,822 

2,349 
10,437 
4,103 
7,792 
396 
4,883 
4,666 

3,201 
4,195 
7,813 
4,538 
223,350 
26,425 
3,541 



318 
372 
107 
359 
68 
87 

48 
323 
121 
96 
90 
870 

88 

57 

142 

106 

274 

1,550 

194 
106 
703 
226 
79 
77 

144 



95 

121 

3,662 

507 

951 



352 

90 
392 
139 

311 

51 

399 

158 

1,877 

53 

167 
47 
89 

175 
84 

108 

192 
45 
121 
249 
191 
48 

99 

182 
55 
109 



93 
202 
239 
527 
135 
341 

72 
53 
147 
179 
59 
586 

50 
164 
178 
92 
19 
94 
44 

67 

82 

103 

90 

2,975 

343 

107 



(NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. (2) Less than $500. 



1,960 

1,324 

842 

1,454 

318 

619 

375 
2,985 
625 
855 
734 
4,664 

535 

286 

820 

527 

1,891 

8,568 

1,062 

447 

3,419 

1,399 

575 

513 

1,033 

372 

737 

25,894 

3,175 

6,479 

897 
815 
(0) 
714 
3,494 
1,100 

2,466 

442 

3,158 

1,148 

15,227 

277 

669 
384 
914 
674 
580 
536 

1,231 

504 

767 

1,835 

1,335 

315 

630 
1,173 
426 
817 
586 
446 

712 
1,012 

(D) 
4,460 

796 
2,504 

467 
340 

1,063 
625 
397 

4,493 

346 
1,229 
879 
312 
78 
349 
346 

305 
521 
618 
554 
24,610 
2,366 
426 

Represents 



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SELECTED SERVICES -AREA STATISTICS 



Table IE. SELECTED SERVICES: 1954-STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS-Continued 

Establishments and Receipts 







Selected services, total 








Personal 


services 








Establishments 


Receipts 


Total 


Barber 




Standard metropolitan area 


Establishments 


Receipts 


shops 




Total 
(Number) 


With 
payroll 

( Number) 


Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 


Total 
(Number) 


With 
payroll 

(Number) 


Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 


Establiah- 
ments 

(Number) 


Receipts 
($1,000) 




768 
544 
856 
539 
1,941 
5,778 

4,253 

5,706 

940 

513 

365 

1,458 

754 
655 
1,635 
3,514 
82,495 
1,957 

362 
2,479 
2,092 
1,012 
1,262 
19,838 

2,834 
10,470 
363 
670 
4,616 
4,308 

404 
582 
546 
1,446 
1,580 
219 

2,259 
829 

2,093 
611 
525 

9,351 

1,665 
434 
2,621 
3,134 
3,576 
16,618 

2,379 
700 
1,309 
5,003 
1,029 
641 

403 
876 
1,408 
830 
728 
526 

2,032 
1,250 
1,459 
1,684 
1,400 
3,929 

497 
2,374 

562 
1,383 
1,178 
1,847 

1,511 
689 

7,291 
703 
485 

1,539- 

1,625 

710 
1,710 
1,464 

634 
1,272 
1,054 
2,424 


420 
316 
472 
261 
1,213 
2,992 

2,211 
2,688 
542 
317 
217 
852 

304 
321 
881 

1,778 
42,085 

1,179 

184 

1,303 

1,010 

504 

630 

8,552 

1,258 
4,410 
177 
368 
1,996 
1,720 

222 
240 
312 
566 
986 
97 

1,031 
369 
927 
331 
261 

4,403 

829 
218 
1,489 
1,478 
2,092 
7,172 

971 
410 
415 
2,197 
595 
299 

213 
470 
640 
388 
326 
234 

946 
696 
571 
722 
664 
1,723 

271 
1,162 
306 
595 
556 
961 

567 
413 
4,085 
355 
225 
659 
869 

386 
574 
640 
338 
584 
408 
1,106 


20,569 
U,896 
22,687 
10,512 
75,991 
248,977 

167,686 
240,101 
25,158 
15,052 
11,808 
49,777 

13,140 
12,519 
46,071 
145,737 
4,778,550 
52,715 

8,503 
71,437 
77,800 
22,508 
32,235 
614,692 

64,527 

296,873 

8,915 

17,779 
126,432 

94,150 

8,928 
13,568 
17,120 
32,505 
50,801 

4,143 

102,779 
24,905 
52,258 
16,195 
10,632 

341,286 

54,636 
9,169 
74,378 
83,849 
108,041 
573,702 

51,234 
17,551 
21,435 
154,005 
30,666 
14,398 

9,183 
26,510 
38,572 
21,849 
13,325 
11,503 

50,001 
33,792 
25,971 
49,908 
31,824 
84,635 
11,249 
70,428 
14,714 
37,912 
25,374 
55,767 

32,974 
14,006 
324,184 
13,826 
11,884 
29,841 
43,339 

16,418 
28,900 
41,069 
22,660 
27,655 
20,675 
52,310 


18,505 
12,622 
20,755 
9,260 
72,237 
231,937 

156,288 
224,581 
22,900 
14,052 
11,124 
46,543 

11,090 
10,851 
42,433 
U7,185 
4,535,710 
48,589 

7,675 
65,055 
72,234 
19,772 
29,239 
554,180 

55,785 

265,079 

8,073 

16,647 
112,356 

80,854 

7,976 
11,388 
15,963 
27,887 
47,371 

3,433 

95,431 
22,283 
44,578 
14,601 
9,236 
314,892 

50,260 
3,225 
69,102 
72,655 
93,163 
514,218 

42,838 
16,129 
17,555 
138,417 
28,204 
12,223 

8,171 
24,810 
34,490 
19,661 
11,483 
10,159 

44,071 
30,796 
19,661 
43,844 
27,838 
73,201 

10,299 
64,306 
13,392 
33,602 
22,022 
51,031 

27,770 
12,390 
305,346 
12,298 
10,602 
26,145 
39,031 

14,758 
23,694 
36,911 
20,832 
24,551 
17,555 
46,022 


316 
233 
376 
295 
836 
2,059 

1,869 
2,433 
400 
236 
158 
615 

423 
333 
320 
1,689 
42,382 
935 

155 
995 
861 
350 
587 
10,366 

940 

5,593 

187 

331 

1,739 

2,333 

146 
246 
267 
658 
791 
287 

1,192 
349 

857 

250 

216 

4,551 

663 
170 
1,068 
1,045 
1,444 
7,593 

947 
311 
777 
2,014 
395 
273 

156 
430 
539 
337 
238 
233 

1,047 
562 
526 
833 
528 

1,273 

234 
1,183 
237 
709 
393 
745 

730 
313 
3,497 
409 
204 
771 
651 

315 
944 
739 
274 
725 
468 
1,227 


210 
151 
194 
115 
570 
1,101 

975 
1,079 
234 
154 
lOO 
369 

161 
161 
420 
731 
21,282 
547 

67 
509 
367 
204 
277 
4,160 

478 
2,154 
73 
159 
715 
347 

80 
112 
167 
188 
501 
151 

458 
151 
353 
150 
106 
2,005 

289 
92 
648 
507 
836 
3,059 

381 
187 
185 
800 
237 
117 

80 
174 
207 
151 
146 
105 

469 
322 
200 
321 
262 
621 

106 
509 
131 
289 
191 
363 

224 
207 
2,085 
187 
94 
279 
361 

189 
230 
283 
172 
297 
154 
533 


6,551 
4,627 
6,585 
3,972 
22,123 
38,676 

44,710 

54,982 

7,4S1 

5,773 

3,715 

15,531 

5,877 

4,955 

14,486 

26,135 

794,129 

17,374 

3,210 
16,304 
16,191 
6,501 
9,792 
181,794 

16,000 
80,396 
2,825 
5,846 
30,028 
30,352 

2,779 
3,610 
5,778 
9,428 
17,619 
6,656 

23,333 
7,329 

13,561 
5,287 
3,382 

83,915 

12,125 
2,947 
21,938 
17,838 
31,254 
123,751 

15,781 
5,696 
8,466 

36,043 
8,088 
4,304 

2,552 
8,066 
9,677 
6,198 
3,626 
4,286 

16,793 
11,202 
7,270 
15,563 
10,417 
20,453 

3,517 
21,321 

4,435 
11,958 

7,758 
13,584 

10,254 
4,754 

86,841 
5,943 
3,501 
9,502 

12,219 
5,471 

10,276 

10,295 
6,382 

10,670 
6,761 

20,711 


6,079 
4,287 
5,721 
3,222 
21,029 
34,072 

40,524 
48,928 
6,759 
5,446 
3,409 
14,401 

4,813 
4,149 
12,890 
22,431 
681,255 
16,250 

2,386 

14,264 

14,319 

5,985 

8,490 

151,274 

13,818 
64,644 
2,337 
5,294 
25,894 
23,908 

2,425 
2,882 
5,400 
7,558 
16,493 
6,246 

18,995 
6,349 

10,909 
4,843 
2,926 

73,385 

10,313 
2,663 
20,456 
15,134 
28,298 
100,209 

12,851 
5,344 
6,184 

31,113 
7,556 
3,678 

2,266 

7,142 
8,377 
5,538 
3, OX 
3,776 

14,269 
10,082 

5,510 
12,777 

9,223 
17,808 

3,109 
18,627 
3,987 
9,940 
6,788 
12,138 

7,984 
4,342 

80,161 
5,055 
3,087 
7,598 

10,903 
5,021 
7,358 
8,439 
5,978 
8,944 
5,637 

17,761 


63 
76 
103 
82 
229 
432 

470 

715 

99 

53 

36 

164 

124 
109 
2X 
554 
8,197 
264 

46 

216 

241 

84 

194 

2,761 

219 

1,X1 

53 

99 

501 
639 

49 
73 
73 
189 
221 
95 

313 
102 
251 
66 
63 
1,102 

200 
47 
325 
299 
333 
1,647 

250 

83 

256 

593 

120 
76 

46 
126 
166 
111 
69 
80 

258 
117 
163 
2X 
195 
301 

75 
322 

59 
189 

89 
186 

244 
79 
706 
122 
66 
232 
150 

68 
249 
218 

71 
193 
130 
383 


577 




568 


Ifadison Wis 


840 




378 




1,791 


Miami Fla 


3,352 




3,607 


Minneapolis^t. Paul, Minn 


5,020 
738 




438 




326 




1,128 




483 




542 




(0) 




2,374 


New York-Northeastem New Jersey 


53,001 
1,911 




250 




1,380 




1,563 




568 


Peoria 111 


1,178 




14,722 




1,589 




7,769 




277 




441 




(D) 
(D) 




301 




513 




703 




780 




1,613 




535 




1,796 




727 




1,940 




465 




344 


St Lsuis, Ito 


7,194 




1,148 




276 




2,318 




2,218 




2,878 




12,706 




1,807 




520 




868 




3,6X 




1,116 




488 




334 




835 




1,003 




655 




353 




479 




(D) 




848 




962 




1,214 




1,243 




1,677 




371 




2,225 




482 




1,002 
793 




1,117 


Utica-Rorae, N Y 


1,039 




545 




8,131 




606 




463 




937 




1,174 




573 




763 




997 


Wlnston-Salem, N. C 


529 
932 


York, Pa 


555 




1,918 






Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. ( 


NA) Not aval 


lable. n. 


e.c. Not els 


ewhere olasa 


fled. XX 


X Not applia 


able. (Z) 


Less than $ 


00. 


RepKSenta 



UNITED STATES SUMMARY 



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Table IE. SELECTED SERVICES; 19^4-STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS-Continued 

Establishments and Receipts 



Personal servlces^Contlnued 



Standard tuetropoli tan area 



Beauty shops 



Establish- 
ments 



(Number) 



Receipts 
($1,000) 



Funeral service, 
crematories 



Establlah- 
ments 



(Number) 



Receipts 

($1,000) 



Photographic studios 

(Including commercial 

photography) 



Establish- 
ments 



( Number ) 



Receipts 
($1,000) 



Shoe repair shops 



Eatablieh- 
ments 



( Number ) 



Receipts 

($1,000) 



Pressing, alteration, 

garment repair 

(except fur) 



Establish- 
ments 



(Number) 



Receipts 

($1,000) 



UtTon, Ohio 

Albany-Schenectady-Troy, N. Y 

Albuquerque, N. Hex 

Allentoun-Bethlehem-Easton, Pa 

Altoona , Pa 

Amarillo, Tex 

Ashevllle. N. f 

Atlanta. Ga 

Atlantic City. N. J 

Augusta. Ga 

Austin. Tex 

Baltimore, Md 

Baton Rouge, La 

Bay City, Mich 

Beaumont-Port Arthur. Tex 

Binghamton. N. Y 

Birmingham, Ala 

Boston, Mass 

Bridgeport, Conn 

Brockton , ^bss 

Buffalo, N. Y 

Canton, Ohio 

Cedar Rapids, Iowa 

Charleston, S. C 

Charleston, W. Va 

Charlotte, N. C 

Chattanooga, Tenn 

Chicago, 111 

Cincinnati, Ohio " 

Cleveland, Ohio 

Columbia, s. C 

Columbus , Ga 

Columbus, Ohio 

Corpus Christl, Tex 

Dallas, Tex 

Davenport, Iowa-Rock Island-Moline, 111 

Dayton, Ohio 

Decatur, 111 

Denver, Colo 

Des Moines, Iowa 

Detroit, Mich 

Dubuque, Iowa 

Duluth, Minn. -Superior, Wis 

Durham, N. C 

El Paso, Tex 

Erie , Pa 

Evansville, Ind 

Fall River , Mass 

Flint, Hich 

Fort Smith, Ark 

Fort Wayne , Ind 

Fort Worth, Tex 

Fresno, Calif 

Gadsden, Ala 

Galveston, Tex 

Grand Rapids , Mich 

Green Bay, Wis 

Greensboro-High Point, N. C 

Greenville, S. C 

Hamilton-Middletown. Ohio 

Hampton-Newport News-Warwick, Va 

Harrisburg, Pa 

Hartford, Conn 

Houston, Tex 

Huntington, W. Va. -Ashland, Ky 

Indianapolis, Ind 

Jackson, Mich 

Jackson, Miss 

Jacksonville, Fla 

Johnstown, Pa 

Kalamazoo, Mich 

Kansas City, Mo 

Kenoeha, Wis 

Knoxville, Tenn 

Lancaster, Pa 

Lansing, Mich 

Laredo, Tex 

Lawrence, Mass 

Lexington, Ky 

Lima, Ohio 

Lincoln, Nebr 

Little Rock-North Little Rock, Ark 

Loraln-Elyria, Ohio 

Los Angeles-Long Beach, Calif 

Louisville, Ky 

Lowell, Mass 



231 
315 
100 
279 
63 

es 

AS 
365 
122 

69 

85 
75« 

62 

104 

Ul 

178 

1,361 

128 
87 
605 
166 
66 
71 

120 
Hi, 
117 
2,801 
517 
802 

69 
66 
371 
70 
438 
125 

319 
76 
319 
148 
1,361 
41 

87 
42 
76 
102 
98 
79 

113 
50 
107 
266 
162 
52 

66 
107 

44 
lil 

85 

82 

65 
188 
179 
554 
L23 
374 

60 
56 
151 
102 
73 
558 

23 

115 

148 
88 
U 
91 
53 
58 
80 

141 

79 

2,951 

332 
73 



1,921 

2,477 

830 

1,480 

447 

890 

517 

3,784 

855 

572 

802 

7,048 

661 

203 

649 

968 

1,703 

13,046 

1,227 
589 

5,341 
(D) 
549 
601 

935 
1,239 
1,047 
30,021 
5,028 
9,773 

524 

539 

3,464 

743 

5,414 

1,003 

2,152 

555 

3,279 

1,522 

17,041 

303 

747 
376 
907 
780 
701 
377 

886 
295 
910 
2,953 
1,525 
195 

485 
1,094 

380 
1,031 

619 

497 

527 
1,034 
2,460 
5,552 

773 
2,531 

498 
746 

1,668 
413 
478 

5,590 

261 
1,112 
915 
937 
79 
599 
466 

376 
691 
964 
467 
37,897 
2,602 
579 



26 
117 
6 
72 
29 



7 
13 
30 
25 
342 

41 
14 
173 
43 
19 
12 

27 

13 

11 

638 

116 

186 

10 
21 
60 
8 
36 
14 

50 
11 
28 
13 
228 
10 



11 
19 
201 
55 
17 



2,139 

3,444 

577 

2,453 

902 

524 

487 

3,033 

744 

637 

613 

6,786 

705 

527 

1,004 

1,092 

1,374 

13,004 

1,765 

624 

6,431 

1,855 

767 

613 

1,423 

739 

806 

36,650 

6,383 

9,563 

571 

594 

2,899 

413 

2,813 

1,340 

2,735 
687 
3,053 
1,140 
15,509 
473 

1,135 
450 
611 

1,573 
907 
758 

1,526 

354 

954 

1,383 

1,247 

264 

559 
1,624 
492 
819 
806 
836 

516 
1,782 
2,029 
.3,449 
1,210 
3,745 

569 

769 

1,206 

1,801 

387 

4,625 

418 
1,205 
966 
1,000 
(D) 
790 
628 

485 
674 
927 
754 

17,437 

2,997 

735 



22 
51 
10 
18 

13 
98 
35 
14 
22 

112 
20 
7 
25 
26 
52 

297 

29 
16 
138 
32 
13 
8 

23 
26 
28 
717 

117 
230 

21 
17 
72 
27 
100 



U 

84 

43 

266 

7 

39 
10 
22 
23 

21 
10 

21 
13 
25 

41 

31 
8 

9 
34 
15 
20 
16 
16 

8 
45 
57 
122 
21 
55 

11 
15 
30 
15 
22 
124 

7 
28 
24 
24 

6 
10 
22 

7 
11 
24 
13 
759 
53 
10 



1,151 
943 
237 
622 
124 
477 

117 

3,338 

436 

542 

340 

2,089 

294 

93 

403 

215 

923 

5,876 

346 
310 
1,780 
930 
325 
105 

420 
1,710 

947 
23,747 
2,392 
4,547 

809 

356 
1,560 

355 
2,953 

474 

1,087 
165 

1,331 
510 

7,217 
130 

571 
131 
240 
327 
532 
156 

454 
421 
400 
806 
505 
(D) 

107 
908 
326 
1,182 
393 
388 

108 
1,025 

877 
2,232 

347 
1,060 

177 
1,287 
375 
268 
360 
3,832 

(D) 
598 
388 
803 
55 
263 
145 

167 
215 
(D) 

364 

17,025 

1,277 

110 



79 
109 
33 
96 
31 
13 

U 
133 
35 
25 
21 
330 



23 
20 
112 
639 

67 
32 
161 
61 
10 
25 

41 

34 

42 

1,206 

142 
374 

22 
13 
75 
16 
67 
39 

51 
14 

126 
52 

586 
1 

31 
11 
34 
49 
22 
28 

36 
9 
26 
55 
38 
15 

16 
46 
15 
32 
22 
17 

24 
63 
90 
119 
22 
78 

9 
22 
45 
56 

13 
177 

17 
36 
34 
34 

7 

38 
10 

16 
29 
45 
17 
969 
96 
31 



473 
640 
200 
542. 
110 
(D) 

114 

1,284 

174 

229 

291 

2,299 

216 

71 

152 

145 

900 

4,172 

437 
165 
942 
477 
81 
156 

425 

319 

314 

8,084 

1,095 

2,310 

257 
237 
643 
193 

1,002 
296 
414 
133 
901 
370 

3,573 
(D) 
241 
L27 
(D) 
252 
317 
129 

365 
60 

(D) 
(D) 

464 
114 

128 
292 
297 
374 
232 
109 

238 
412 
958 
1,113 
216 
769 

57 
(D) 
437 
213 

91 
1,311 

87 
277 
257 
269 

39 
305 

83 

109 
189 
342 
158 
7,756 
671 
165 



174 
205 
42 
106 
28 
13 

17 

221 

105 

28 

27 

623 

10 

20 

28 

43 

130 

1,242 

150 
37 

355 
86 
15 
34 

58 
29 

35 

3,061 

334 

817 

24 

28 
191 

31 
250 

24 

186 

12 

254 

59 

1,126 

8 

68 
24 
31 
62 
26 
53 

63 
12 
34 
138 
109 
19 

9 
47 

9 
46 
34 
39 

39 

85 

151 

225 

75 

136 

17 
33 
91 
28 
17 
339 

24 
53 
46 
42 
5 
49 
19 

17 
26 
42 
27 
2,739 
203 
37 



1,670 

2,060 

296 

781 

188 
122 

141 
(D) 
670 
176 
149 

5,653 
85 
107 
302 
470 
(D) 

9,793 

1,371 
217 

2,713 
642 
110 
219 

438 

178 

215 

32,925 

3,358 

8,267 

234 
284 
(D) 
232 
(D) 
153 

1,740 

70 

1,760 

1,201 

12,511 

73 

362 
114 
341 
552 
L53 
375 

892 

38 

403 

1,211 

939 

83 

44 
410 

55 
263 
207 
287 

246 

778 

1,333 

1,330 

495 

1,233 

177 
301 
479 
202 
168 
2,687 

96 
405 
560 
376 

19 
325 
146 

285 
134 
307 
170 
29,053 
1,947 
273 



Standard Notes: 
zero. 



(D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (r4A) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $500. 



. . Represents 



1-30 



SELECTED SERVICES -AREA STATISTICS 



Table IE. SELECTED SERVICES: 1954-STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS-Condnued 

Establishments and Receipts 



standard metropolitan area 



Personal services— Continued 



Beauty shops 



Establish- 
ments 



(Number) 



Receipts 
($1,000) 



Funeral services, 
crematories 



Establish- 
ments 



( Number ) 



Receipts 
($1,000) 



Photographic studios 

(Including commercial 

photography) 



Establish- 
ments 



(Number) 



Receipts 
($1,000) 



Shoe repair shops 



Establish- 
menta 



(Number) 



Receipts 
($1,000) 



Pressing, alteration, 

garment repair 

(except fur) 



Establish- 
ments 



(Number) 



Receipts 
($1,000) 



Lubbock, Tex 

hfacon, Ga 

Madison, Wis 

hbuchester, N. H 

Jfemphis, Tenn 

Ntiami , Fla 

Milwaukee, Wis 

Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minn 

Mobile, Ala 

Montgomery, Ala 

Muncie, Ind 

Nashville, Tenn 

New Bedford, Mass 

New Britain-Bristol, Conn 

New Haven, Conn 

New Orleans, la 

New York-Northeastern New Jersey 

Norfolk-Portsmouth, Va 

Ogden, Utah 

Oklahoma City, Okla 

Qnaha, Nebr 

Orlando, Fla 

Peoria, 111 

Philadelphia, Pa 

Phoenix, Ariz 

Pittsburgh, Pa 

Pittsf ield , Jfass 

Portland, Maine 

Portland, Oreg 

Providence, R. I 

Pueblo, Colo 

Racine, Wis 

Raleigh, N. C 

Reading, Pa 

Richmond , Va 

Roanoke, Va 

Rochester, N. Y 

Hockf ord. 111 

Sacramento, Calif 

Saginaw, Mich 

St. Joseph, Kb 

St. Louis, Mo 

Salt Lake City, Utah 

San An^elo, Tex 

San Antonio, Tex 

San Bemardino-RIverside-Ontario, Calif 

San Diego, Calif 

San Francisco-Oakland, Calif 

San Jose, Calif 

Savannah, Ga 

Scranton, Pa 

Seattle, Wash 

Shreveport, la 

Sioujc City, Iowa 

Sioux Falls, S. Dak 

South Bend , Ind 

Spokane, Wash 

Springfield, 111 

Springfield, Ms 

Springfield, Ohio 

Springf ield-Holyoke, Abss 

Stamf ord-Norwalk, Conn 

Stockton, Calif 

Syracuse, N. Y 

Tacoma, Wash 

Tampa-St. Petersbur,j, Fla 

Terre Haute , Ind 

Toledo, Ohio 

Topeka, Kans 

Trenton, N. J 

Tucson, Ariz 

Tulsa, Okla 

Utica-Rome, N. Y 

Waco, Tex 

Washington, D. C 

Waterbury , Conn 

Waterloo, Iowa 

Wheeling, W. Va.-Steubenville, Ohio 

Wichita, Kans 

Wichita Falls, Tex 

Wilkes-Barre-Hazelton, Pa 

WllJiiinglon, Del 

Winston-Salem, N. C 

Worcester, Mass 

York, Pa 

Youngstowny Ohio 



87 
58 
77 
80 
226 
472 

373 
572 
98 

36 
145 

108 
62 
142 
255 
6,492 
227 

32 
233 
251 

84 

125 

2,296 

208 

1,117 

42 

88 

355 

486 

28 
37 
66 
191 
181 
85 



172 

64 

74 

1,049 

112 
36 
177 
261 
327 
1,549 

179 
S3 
136 
355 
81 



37 
129 
110 
91 
68 
52 

244 
82 
113 
170 
103 
331 

53 
291 

73 
171 

76 
196 

178 
77 

844 
73 
50 

153 

168 

87 
223 
176 

66 
171 
164 
269 



876 
421 
938 
371 
2,436 
5,361 

5,414 

6,068 

615 

555 

327 

1,619 

739 

509 

1,671 

2,450 

84,923 

(D) 

189 
1,671 
2,033 

724 

1,070 

17,071 

2,280 
7,865 
269 
821 
3,507 
2,910 

275 
381 
597 
962 
(D) 
549 

2,992 

790 
(D) 
410 
497 
8,616 

1,290 
316 
2,901 
2,527 
3,866 
15,977 

(D) 
549 
642 
3,335 
933 
684 

293 
802 
932 

702 
504 
461 

1,959 
1,464 
1,000 
1,647 
1,027 
2,479 

333 
2,134 

547 
1,199 

943 
1,804 

1,030 
631 
11,806 
679 
489 
893 

1,355 

555 
(D) 

1,139 
563 

1,516 
768 
(D) 



6 
11 
13 
14 
-20 
34 

82 
76 
10 
6 
15 
41 

26 
21 
30 
42 
1,354 
30 

4 
18 
37 
10 
37 
520 

21 

403 

13 

8 

31 

129 

5 
14 

8 
32 
22 
10 

78 
7 
15 

16 
11 
189 

13 
5 
25 
32 
31 
130 

21 

10 
115 
37 
10 
12 

4 
16 
10 



2] 

79 

7 

100 

15 
9 

52 

13 

7 
141 
41 
10 
48 
37 
81 



357 
498 
553 
569 
1,291 
2,598 

5,407 

5,528 

551 

375 

605 

1,558 

826 

801 

1,729 

3,466 

68,841 

1,613 

461 

1,335 

1,969 

801 

1,620 

20,354 

1,499 

14,520 

576 

537 

3,071 

4,449 

315 
532 
455 
1,581 
1,766 
725 

2,996 
771 

1,252 

921 

678 

12,345 

966 

355 

1,745 

2,065 

2,737 

10,755 

1,428 

632 

1,957 

2,776 

774 

549 

312 
718 
1,288 
839 
570 
600 

2,411 
1,084 

727 
2,531 

901 
3,119 

737 
2,499 

645 
1,705 

592 
1,166 

2,011 
576 

5,932 
778 
505 

2,327 

1,198 

445 
2,519 
1,499 

712 
1,573 
1,220 
3,328 



20 

16 
31 
14 
47 
131 

115 
162 
18 
19 
11 
31 



32 

97 

2,246 

41 

11 
42 
64 
16 
27 
434 

63 

200 

8 

15 

111 
88 

7 
27 
12 
23 
41 
15 

57 
16 
36 

15 

5 

231 



48 

49 

85 

357 

67 
17 
22 
104 
20 
21 



54 
30 
26 
48 
46 
65 

8 
50 
12 
30 
32 
37 

35 
18 
158 
15 
12 
34 
24 

12 
41 
29 
13 
25 
11 



388 
168 
386 
149 
717 
1,540 

2,879 
7,162 
259 
248 
114 
640 

139 
125 
479 
1,382 
62,090 
927 

188 
628 
843 
423 
487 
16,988 

614 

3,460 

113 

457 

1,876 

1,258 

84 

259 

232 

286 

968 

216 

1,608 
365 
599 
316 
(D) 

3,476 

745 

369 

1,944 

601 

1,847 

7,009 

718 
206 
456 
1,573 
285 
388 

83 
395 
578 
563 
188 
110 

744 
450 
253 
517 
1,078 
895 

165 
831 
122 
358 
258 
(D) 

328 
259 
3,134 
368 
297 
455 
388 

326 
373 
(D) 
(D) 
359 
473 
718 



13 
14 
36 
30 
77 
101 

207 
182 
30 
21 
11 
52 

37 
32 
83 
128 
4,035 
69 

11 
43 
57 
22 
31 
964 

64 
608 
23 
23 
173 
232 

9 
23 
12 
66 
52 
18 

103 
25 
60 
15 
12 

395 

48 
10 
72 
72 
105 
520 

51 
22 
70 
172 
20 
22 

15 
34 
34 
18 
21 
14 

115 
45 
41 
57 
34 
33 

16 
82 
12 
58 
28 
35 

48 
18 
251 
47 
13 
72 
39 

12 
112 
45 
18 
66 
30 
97 



124 
138 
225 
200 
753 
955 

1,391 
1,464 
220 
183 
104 
558 

188 
243 
493 
918 
27,729 
571 

(D) 
401 
(D) 
226 
272 
6,348 

(D) 

3,025 

107 

140 

1,3U 

1,348 

142 
141 
(D) 
307 
612 
211 

675 
188 
701 
159 
134 
2,524 

558 
54 
560 
461 
875 
4,069 

492 
167 
312 
1,425 
263 
163 

110 
245 
230 
143 
91 
147 

659 
257 
262 
361 
448 
701 

123 
595 
123 
420 
191 
398 

271 
222 
2,528 
297 
118 
379 
(D) 

138 
(D) 
(D) 
193 
381 
192 
617 



20 
6 
38 
31 
89 
419 

298 
263 
37 
IS 
14 
59 

36 
52 
138 
185 
8,882 
103 

12 
93 
74 
47 
55 
2,278 

122 
1,015 
12 
42 
252 
373 

13 
30 
28 
77 
93 
14 

150 
30 

137 
17 
11 

712 

104 

14 

94 

110 

220 

1,619 

165 
23 
114 
347 
46 
25 

10 
37 
43 
18 
28 
23 

151 
120 

61 
126 

47 
166 

22 
198 

19 
123 

43 

73 

55 
25 

609 
74 
13 

115 
71 

16 
109 
133 

27 
108 

41 
155 



Standard Notes; 
zero. 



(D) Withheld to avoid diaclosure. (NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere claaaified. XXX Not applicable. (2) Less than $500. 



Represents 



UNITED STATES SUMMARY 



1-31 



Table IE. SELECTED SERVICES: 1954-STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS-Continued 

Establishments and Receipts 



standard netropolitan area 



Akron, Ohio 

Albany-Schenectady -Tro,v, N, Y 

Albuquerque , N . Mex 

Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton, Pa 

Altoona, Pa 

Amarillo, Tex 

Asheville, fj. c 

Atlanta, Ga 

Atlantic City, N. J 

Augusta, Ga 

Austin, Tex 

Baltimore, Md 

Baton Rouge , La 

Bay City, Mich 

Beaumont -Port Arthur, Tex 

Binghamton, H. Y 

BirminghajL, Ala 

Boston, Mass 

Bridgeport , Conn 

Brockton, Mass 

Buffalo, N. Y 

Canton, Ohio 

Cedar Rapids , Iowa 

Charleston , S . : 

Charleston, W. Va 

Charlotte, N. C 

Chattanooga , Tenn .' 

Chicago, 111 

Cincinnati , Ohio 

Cleveland , Ohio 

Columbia, s. C 

Columbus , Ga 

Columbus, Ohio 

Corpus Christi, Tex 

Dallas, Tex 

Davenport, Iowa-Rock Island-Moline, 111 

Dayton, Ohio 

Decatur, 111 

Denver, Colo 

Des Moines, Iowa 

Detroit, Mich 

Dubuque, Iowa 

Duluth, Minn. -Superior, Wis 

Durham, N. C 

El Paso, Tex 

Erie, Pa 

Evansville, Ind •. 

Fall River, Mass 

FUnt, Hich 

Fort Smith, Ark 

Fort Vayne, Ind 

Fort Worth, Tex 

Fresno, Calif 

Gadsden, Ala 

Galveston , Tex 

Grand Rapids, Hich 

Green Bay, Wis 

Greensboro-High Point, N. C 

Greenville, S. C 

Hamilton-Middletown, Ohio 

Hampton-Newport News-Warwick, Va 

Harrisburg, Pa 

Hartford , Conn 

Houston, Tex 

Huntington, W, Va. -Ashland, Ky 

Indianapolis, Ind 

Jackson, Mich 

Jackson, Hiss 

Jacksonville, Fla 

Johnstown. ?a 

Kalamasoo, Mich 

Kansas City. Mo 

Kenosha, wis 

Knoxville, Tenn 

lincaster. Pa 

Lansing, Mich 

Laredo, lex 

Lawrence, Mass 

Lexington, Ky 

Lima, Ohio , 

Lincoln, Nebr 

Little Rock-North Little Rock, Ark 

I-orain-Elyria, Ohio 

Los Angeles-Long Beach. Calif 

Louisville, Ky 

Lowell, Mass 



Personal services — Continued 



Cleaning, dyeing 

plants {except rug 

cleaning)^ 



Establish- 
ments 

( Number ) 



80 
80 
38 

ie 

13 
47 

24 
166 

30 
41 
64 
173 

43 
14 
61 
34 
159 
350 

41 
30 
189 
51 
11 
31 



64 
684 
134 
249 

40 

38 
121 

36 
202 

38 

66 
11 

143 
36 

571 
9 

29 

le 

34 
36 

31 
14 

55 
29 
35 
113 
44 
26 
34 
55 
16 
53 
51 
25 

42 
38 
53 

253 
34 

100 

23 

49 
70 
24 
21 
166 

10 
58 
15 
35 

11 
21 
18 

12 
20 
49 
26 
836 
77 
15 



Receipts 
(tl.OOO) 



4,317 
4,845 
1,484 
2,235 
764 
1,519 

670 
7,443 
1,109 
1,591 
1,399 
8,898 

2,061 
616 
1,663 
1,416 
5,510 
17,027 

2,440 
1,058 
7,196 
2,1U 
704 
1,484 

1, 

2,168 
2,122 

56,510 
8,588 

14,656 

2,041 
1,766 
6,155 
887 
9,235 
2,091 

5,102 
1,297 
5,935 

(D) 
35,774 

507 

1,419 
834 
1,981 
1,270 
1,411 
491 

3,030 

928 

1,743 

4,292 

(D) 

519 

1,187 

2,430 

661 

2,113 

1,238 

1,779 

1,737 
2,146 
2,824 
10,542 
1,021 
7,567 

944 
1,262 
3,290 
1,670 

956 
7,639 

690 
2,463 
672 
2,162 
264 
343 
930 

860 

844 

1,728 

1,433 

40,590 

5,766 

830 



Power laundries^, self- 
service laundj'ies 



Establish- 
ments 

(Number) 



14 
127 
25 
25 
33 
135 

12 
6 
26 

11 
62 

590 

30 
31 
86 
15 
10 
20 

18 
31 
20 

743 
52 

157 

22 
24 
49 
32 
218 
34 

46 
11 
61 
22 
223 
4 

12 
19 
29 
14 
19 
28 

25 
16 
12 
140 
28 
16 
20 
16 
7 
32 
20 
10 

13 
22 
46 
215 
13 
49 

11 
20 
77 
10 
10 
124 

6 

15 
10 
14 
3 
17 
10 

7 
13 
29 
18 
951 
47 
12 



Receipts 
($1,000) 



1,832 
3,617 
2,500 
3,426' 
529 
1,543 

1,458 
8,010 
1,437 
1,649 
2,347 
13,450 

(D) 

(D) 

2,175 

1,039 

3,436 

22,122 

1,631 
1,128 
8,346 
1,824 
910 
1,113 

2,367 
2,300 
1,851 
67,463 
6,301 
9,571 

1,337 
1,354 
2,807 
2,482 
7,844 
1,482 

3,847 

946 

5,453 

1,637 

15,239 

361 

1,254 
1,758 
2,175 
861 
1,652 
1,533 

982 

843 
1,279 
4,377 
1,834 

504 
1,075 
2,461 

579 
2,307 
1,655 

935 

979 
1,774 
3,471 
9,675 
2,137 
7,440 

654 

1,274 

4,846 

666 

(D) 

9,224 

(D) 
2,643 

433 
1,256 

(D) 
1,478 
1,602 

(D) 
1,158 
1,365 

(D) 
41,537 
7,062 

356 



Other personal 
services 



Establish- 
ments 

(Number) 



32 

45 
22 
21 

16 
103 
41 

12 
24 
221 

13 

10 
31 
27 
62 
606 

48 
25 
164 
51 
28 
19 

22 

28 

30 

1,573 

125 

317 

11 

23 
132 

19 
123 

52 

73 
18 

139 
50 

669 
6 

36 
11 
27 
24 
10 
22 

63 
10 
27 
70 
41 
2 
8 
35 
13 
24 
15 



25 
34 
67 

128 
17 

111 



63 

IS 
15 

150 

10 
21 
22 
22 
3 
18 
20 

17 
29 
39 
10 
1,320 
70 
32 



Receipts 
($1,000) 



4,125 

4,531 

663 

1,136 

610 

(D) 

709 
(D) 

1,210 
159 
692 

8,835 

(D) 
(D) 
686 
319 
3,449 
19,162 

2,157 
525 

9,149 
596 
443 
805 

615 
2,225 
1,421 

53,666 
3,713 

15,827 

1,135 
564 

5,885 

1,145 
(D) 

1,417 

3,696 
593 

4,635 

(D) 

35,715 

(D) 

1,022 
102 

(D) 

1,258 

750 

167 

2,382 
205 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
217 

2,745 
252 
966 
647 
154 

300 
1,008 

(D) 
6,528 
1,532 
8,597 

527 
(D) 

2,223 
537 
(D) 

5,923 

192 
1,240 
411 
881 
(D) 
643 
580 

(D) 
423 
(D) 
(D) 
46,033 
4,119 
393 



Business services (excluding accounting, 
auditing, bookkeeping) 



Establishments 



Total 
(Number) 



215 

319 
154 
193 
57 
94 

63 
495 
115 

48 
123 
746 

80 
21 

105 
84 

204 
1,972 

187 

93 

508 

133 

31 

55 

118 
123 
143 

4,889 
503 

1,226 

69 
51 
375 
115 
724 
153 

298 
67 
632 
214 
1,637 
29 

96 
42 
99 
100 



97 

40 

105 

320 

192 

22 

69 

179 

59 

106 

50 

53 

45 

163 
285 
741 
83 
323 

65 
66 

224 
62 
30 

647 

31 
132 
96 
92 
20 
36 
77 

40 

95 

123 

58 

5,924 

277 

35 



With 
payroll 

( Number ) 



107 
139 
70 
75 
17 
48 

25 
297 
49 
34 
63 
364 

42 
15 
45 
36 
100 
872 

87 

21 

268 

77 
37 
31 

60 
71 
61 
2,363 
278 
610 

41 

27 
179 

65 
354 

83 

136 
27 
320 
110 
941 
15 

66 
16 
49 
46 
43 
21 

57 
16 



37 
95 
35 
46 
26 
25 

21 

83 

149 

371 

43 

245 

27 
42 
98 
34 
44 
323 

11 
68 
38 
56 
10 
20 
31 

22 

57 
65 
24 

2,780 
161 
15 



Receipts 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
(.$1,000) 



9,075 
9,312 
4,548 
5,757 
1,905 
3,542 
809 

38, 870 
2,573 
1,625 
2,908 

41,016 

2,722 

492 

2,452 

2,250 

10,238 

118,355 

5,138 
1,182 
47,932 
4,846 
3,050 
1,598 

3,030 
6,913 
5,059 

769,776 
42,755 

119,930 

2,306 

1,234 
17,253 

3,814 
45,868 

5,121 

30,849 

1,539 

25,645 

10,493 

235,896 

509 

3,213 
1,780 
3,925 
3,091 
2,683 
1,202 

3,992 

465 

6,292 

14,029 

6,088 

345 

1,887 

11,438 
2,082 
4,161 
2,272 
1,106 

721 

4,909 

18,636 

38,460 

1,453 

19,775 

1,266 
4,615 
7,128 
1,530 
2,257 
38,825 

499 
12,729 
2,734 
4,093 
303 
781 
1,537 

986 

4,478 

4,894 

886 

317,672 

16,708 

438 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



8,533 
8,246 
4,050 
5,053 
1,649 
3,216 

649 
37,458 
2,223 

1,583 
2,598 
38,110 

2,540 
390 
2,120 
1,838 
9,622 
110,625 

4,506 
880 
46,380 
4,514 
2,872 
1,410 

2,523 
6,625 
4,391 

747,632 
41,211 

115,388 

2,030 

1,086 
16,159 

3,420 
43,392 

4,a5 

29,959 

1,359 

24,235 

9,783 

230,700 

429 

3,001 
1,646 
3,667 
2,857 
2,451 
1,064 

3,714 

361 

5,978 

12,917 

5,516 

(D) 

1,479 

10,862 

1,954 

3,757 

2,182 

954 

571 
4,159 
17,792 
35,518 
1,285 
19,309 

1,118 
4,509 
6,152 
1,368 
2,103 
36,555 

439 
12,505 
2,470 
3,935 
231 
711 
1,319 

900 

4,330 

4,622 

746 

292,870 

15,960 

(D) 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. n.e.c 
zero. ^Includes receipts but not the number of plant-owned outlets. 



. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $500. 



. Represents 



1-32 



SELECTED SERVICES -AREA STATISTICS 



Table IE. SELECTED SERVICES; 1954-STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS-Continued 

Establishments and Receipts 



standard metropolitan area 



Personal sorvicea^^ontinued 



Cleaning, dyeing 

plants (except rug 

cleaning)^ 



Establish- 
ments 

( Number) 



Receipts 
($1,000) 



Power laundries^, self- 
servlce laundries 



Establish- 
ments 

(Number) 



Receipts 
($1,000) 



Other personal 
services 



Establish- 
ments 

( Number ) 



Receipts 
($1,000) 



Business services (excluding accounting, 
auditing, bookkeeping) 



Esteblishments 



Total 
(Number) 



With 
payroll 

(Number) 



Receipts 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 



Lubbock, Tex 

Macon, Ga 

Madison, Wis 

Manchester, N. H 

lkfeii;)his, Tenn 

Miami, Fla 

Milwaukee, Wis 

MLnneapolis-St. Paul, Minn 

MDbile, Ala 

Montgomery, Ala 

Uulcle, Ind 

Nashville, Tenn 

New Bedford, fcfass 

New Britain-Bristol, Conn 

New Haven, Conn 

New Orleans, La 

New York -Northeastern New Jersey 

Norfolk-Portsmouth, Va 

Ogden, Utah 

Oklahoma City, Okla 

Cknaha, Nebr 

Orlando, Fla 

Peoria, 111 

Philadelphia, Pa 

Rioenix, Ariz 

Pittsburgh, Pa 

Pittsf ield. Mass 

Portland, Maine 

Portland, Ore^ 

Providence , R. I 

Pueblo, Colo 

Racine, Wis 

Raleigh, K. C 

Reading, Pa 

Richmond, Va 

Roanoke, Va 

Rochester, N. Y 

Rockford, 111 

Sacramento, Calif 

Saginaw, Mich 

St. Joseph, Mo 

St. Louis, Mo 

Salt lake City, Utah 

San Angelo, Tex 

San Antonio, Tex 

San Bemardino-Riverside-Ontario, Calif, 

San Diego, Calif 

San Francisco-Oakland, Calif 

San Jose, Calif 

Savannah, Oa 

Scranton , Pa 

Seattle, Wash 

Shreveport, La 

Sioux City, Iowa 

Sioux Falls, S. Dak 

South Bend, Ind 

Spokane, Wash 

^rlngf ield, 111 

^ringfield, i^ 

Springfield, Ohio 

Springf ield-Holyoke, Mass 

Stamford-Norwalk, Conn 

Stockton, Calif 

Syracuse, N. Y 

Tacoma, Wash 

Tajipa-St. Petersburg, Fla 

Terre Haute, Ind 

Toledo, Ohio 

Topeka, Kans 

Trenton, N. J 

Tucson, Ariz 

ISjlsa, * Okla 

Utica-Rome, N. Y 

Waco, Tex 

Washington, D. C 

Waterbury, Conn 

Waterloo, Iowa 

Wheeling, W. Va.-Steubenvllle, Ohio 

Wichita, Kans 

Wichita Falls, Tex 

Wilkes-Barre-Hazelton, Pa 

Wilmington, Del 

Winston-Salem, N. C 

Worcester, Mass 

York, Pa 

Youngstown, Ohio 



■42 
25 
24 
11 
79 
105 

85 
162 
52 
33 
16 
55 

20 
23 
57 
215 
2,362 
80 

21 
126 
56 
38 
47 
475 

71 
293 

13 

16 
102 

99 

17 
12 
31 
31 
78 
24 

69 
24 
40 
25 
18 
353 

69 
21 

150 
85 
93 

389 

52 

37 
27 

142 



10 
26 
39 
25 
30 
18 

62 
40 
38 
45 
47 
92 

16 
74 
21 
32 
22 
71 

43 
49 
258 
29 
15 
54 
62 

39 
28 
36 
37 
32 
27 
84 



1,353 
1,615 
1,655 
482 
4,360 
5,514 

8,230 
10,008 
2,151 
1,238 
776 
2,560 

746 

1,330 

2,195 

(D) 

102,373 

4,246 

696 
4,340 
3,685 
1,149 
1,737 
26,725 

2,677 
U,385 
652 
1,239 
5,310 
(D) 

609 

696 

1,354 

1,840 

(D) 
1,447 

4,576 
1,568 
2,278 
1,415 
495 
15,902 

2,355 

495 

(D) 

3,812 

6,518 

17, 521 

2,915 
1,432 
1,588 
6,429 
2,674 
714 

510 
2,219 
1,864 
1,364 

615 
1,524 

3,159 
1,784 
1,336 
(D) 
2,310 
3,379 

772 

(D) 

1,080 

1,216 

902 

2,548 

2,061 

989 

18,113 

1,073 
997 

2,243 

2,539 

1,301 
1,378 
2,222 
1,279 
1,693 
1,906 
(D) 



45 
19 
20 
8 
60 
186 

89 
82 
25 
24 

11 
41 

38 
9 
51 
88 
2,549 
52 

2 

144 

20 

30 

27 

362 

99 
110 
12 
13 
75 
139 

8 

10 
19 
13 
46 



10 
184 

12 
18 
83 
72 
117 
666 



63 

22 

3 

92 

20 
9 

7 
11 
23 
16 
24 

7 

37 
50 
28 
30 
19 
112 

11 
41 
16 
35 
52 
79 

21 
27 
181 
15 



1,414 

572 

913 

909 

7,798 

9,520 

7,285 
7,771 
1,445 
1,639 
522 
4,288 

1,333 
722 
3,496 
4,303 
127,605 
4,213 

(D) 
3,319 
2,986 
1,434 
1,523 
27,766 

3,492 
5,591 
440 
1,186 
5,419 
6,3% 

670 

503 

847 

1,430 

3,198 

1,788 

3,813 
951 

2,074 

918 

932 

11,990 

1,472 
736 
4,793 
3,278 
4,988 
24,001 

2,368 

1,500 

1,238 

8,552 

776 

578 

532 

1,434 

1,702 

1,072 

748 

(D) 

2,992 
2,722 

1,205 
1,720 
1,900 
4,103 

572 
2,126 
1,000 
3,173 
2,208 
3,338 

2,736 
913 
17,605 
932 
198 
684 

2,853 

1,081 
1,909 
1,412 
1,506 
1,348 
712 
1,702 



34 

25 

59 

179 

150 

219 

31 

13 

3 
27 

21 
16 
53 
125 
6,765 
69 

16 
78 
61 
19 
44 
776 

73 
311 
11 
27 
139 
148 

10 
20 
13 
36 
57 
10 

75 

38 

63 

25 

12 

336 

59 

10 

94 

65 

133 

716 

99 
14 
29 
172 
27 
23 

23 
31 
68 
24 
21 
14 

75 
61 
42 
50 
27 
85 



16 

40 
43 
47 

27 
13 
390 
19 
13 
50 
71 

36 
31 
46 
13 

45 
21 
73 



1,269 
564 

704 
747 
(D) 
(D) 

3,007 
9,950 
1,243 
970 
838 
2,834 

1,259 
240 

1,952 
(D) 
177,066 
(D) 
799 
(D) 
(D) 
955 

1,412 
30,602 

(D) 
14,479 
341 
825 
(D) 
3,279 

260 
332 
(D) 
1,586 
3,575 
(D) 

3,722 

1,684 

1,772 

(D) 

(D) 

16,139 

(D) 

174 

(D) 

1,723 

4,305 

17,354 

3,241 
583 
736 

5,955 
961 
596 

342 
1,128 
1,591 

700 
437 

(D) 

(D) 
1,275 

392 

(D) 
1,082 

(D) 

327 

(D) 

313 

1,372 

1,562 

1,669 

456 
341 
12,190 
734 
358 
704 
1,768 

353 
1,222 

(D) 

(D) 
1,943 

636 
4,096 



51 
118 

51 
226 
806 

652 
905 
105 
56 
40 
197 

54 

59 

228 

341 

15,157 
165 

42 
304 
256 
136 
154 
2,263 

338 
862 
36 
73 
704 
419 

45 
67 
65 
108 
177 
63 

216 
112 
251 
63 
57 
1,138 

243 
41 
267 
313 
410 
2,906 

420 
63 
100 
632 
129 
69 

55 
96 
161 
111 
84 
56 

213 
244 
165 

210 
164 
420 

44 
257 

78 
188 
148 
226 

133 

60 

1,400 

53 

52 

109 

189 

49 
131 
161 

67 
130 

94 
174 



33 
27 
64 
33 
154 
348 
310 
471 
65 
32 
24 
105 

22 

29 

114 

217 

7,571 

95 

22 

160 

138 

58 

34 

1,035 

140 
430 
14 
39 
304 
139 

25 
27 
33 
50 
97 
35 

132 
56 

115 
33 
23 

566 

125 

17 
139 
133 
236 
1,178 

156 
39 
44 

318 
69 
37 
29 
68 
73 
53 
30 
30 

101 
124 

57 
112 

70 
150 

36 
147 
40 
88 
72 
128 

63 
26 

554 
27 
20 
47 

101 

21 
63 
75 
25 
60 
34 
92 



3,494 
1,502 
4,535 
1,566 
16,438 
27,680 

49,712 
83,674 
4,674 
1,431 
3,719 
9,823 

1,051 
1,431 
3,215 
32,304 
2,348,634 
5,132 

719 

14,938 

22,339 

2,510 

8,076 

162,970 

9,202 

78, 519 

562 

2,554 
28,932 
17,455 

957 
4,368 
3,336 
5,447 
10,150 
4,251 

(D) 
7,078 
8,284 
2,783 
1,413 
112,461 

10,181 
1,557 

13,593 
7,890 

15,691 
189,105 

10,689 
1,650 
1,993 

34,884 
6,558 
2,539 

1,775 
6,872 
6,026 
4,256 
1,693 
1,671 

8,235 
7,762 
3,117 
10,024 
4,801 
9,846 

1,488 
16,065 
2,715 
9,481 
2,271 
9,863 

4,656 
2,096 
73,629 
1,335 
2,323 
2,130 
7,125 

1,294 
4,253 

7,911 
5,580 
4,163 
1,937 
7,087 



Standard Notes; (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable, 
zero. ^Includes receipts but not the number of plant-owned outlets. 



(2) Usa than $500. 



. . Represents 



UNITED STATES SUMMARY 



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Table IE. SELECTED SERVICES: 19'S4-STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS-Continued 

Establishments and Receipts 



standard metropolitan ires 



Automobile repair services, gareges 



Esteblishnients 



Total 
( Number) 



With 
payroll 

( Number ) 



Receipts 



Totol, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
(*1,000) 



Automobile repair 



Establish- 
ments 

{ Number ) 



Receipts 
($1,000) 



General automobile 
repair shops 



Establish- 
ments 

(Number) 



Receipts 
($1,000) 



Other automobile 
repa ir shops 



Establish- 
ments 

(Number) 



Receipts 
($1,000) 



Automobile parking, 
other services 



Establish- 
ments 

(Number) 



Receipts 
($1,000) 



Akron, Ohio 

Albany-Schenectady-Troy, N. Y.. 
Albuquerque, N. Mex 

Allentoun-Bethlehem-Easton, Pa. 

Altoona, Pa 

Amarlllo, Tex 

Asheville, N. C 

Atlanta, Ga 

Atlantic City, N. J 

Augusta , Ga 

Austin, Tex 

Bal timore , Hd 



Baton Rouge, La 

Bay City, Mich 

Beaumont-Port Arthur, Tex. 

Binghamton, N. ¥ 

Birmingham, Ala 

Boston, Mass 

Bridgeport , Conn 

Brockton, Mass 

Buffalo, N. Y 

Canton, Ohio 

Cedar Rapids, Iowa 

Charleston, S. C 

Charleston, W. Va 

Charlotte, N. C 

Chattanooga , Tenn 

Chicago, 1 11 

Cincinnati, Ohio 

Cleveland , Ohio 



Columbia, S. C 

Columbus , Ga 

Columbus, Ohio 

Corpus Chrlsti, Tex 

Dallas, Tex 

Davenport, Iowa-Rock Island-Moline, 

111 

Dayton, Ohio 

Decatur, 111 

Denver, Colo 

Des Moines , Iowa 

Detroit, Mich 

Dubuque, Iowa 



Duluth, Minn. -Superior, Wis. 

Durham, N. C 

El Paso, Tex 

Erie, Pa 

Evansville, Ind 

Fall River, Mass 

Flint, Mich 

Fort Smith, Ark 

Fort Wayne , Ind 

Fort Worth, Tex 

Fresno, Calif 

Gadsden , Ale 



Galveston, Tex 

Grand Rapids, Mich 

Green Bay, Wis 

Greensboro-High Point, N. C 

Greenville, S. C 

Hamilton-Middletown, Ohio 

Hampton-Newport News-Warwick, Va. . 

Harrisburg, Pa 

Hartford, Conn 

Houston, Tex 

Huntington, W. Va. -Ashland, Ky 

Indianapolis, Ind 

Jackson, Mich 

Jackson, Miss 

Jacksonville, Fla 

Johnstown, Pa 

Kalamazoo, Mich 

Kansas City, Ho 

Kenosha, wis ^. 

Knoxvllle, Tenn 

Lancaster, Pa 

Lansing, Mich 

lAredo, Tex 

lawrence , ^bsB 

Lexington, Ky 



Lima, Ohio 

Lincoln, Nebr 

Little Rock-North Little Rock, 

Loraln-Elyrla, Ohio 

Los Angeles-Long Beach, Calif. 

Louisville, Ky 

Lowell, r*ss 



284 
3*8 
157 
305 
54 
102 

82 

476 
129 
120 
127 
693 

94 

51 

133 

68 

265 

1,074 

136 
69 

521 

198 
73 

109 

138 
144 
130 
2,389 
516 
886 

75 

98 

380 

119 

654 

147 
259 

83 

514 

231 

1,6U 

34 

122 
52 
137 
151 
100 
89 

182 
82 
112 
438 
335 
42 

72 
239 

32 
153 
160 

99 

65 
176 
233 
829 
122 
344 

56 

67 

220 

153 

68 

658 

39 
172 
209 
84 
26 



75 

87 
170 

98 

.,741 

287 

56 



166 
16b 
93 
157 
26 
54 

46 
316 

79 

74 

73 

397 

56 
21 
69 
38 
163 
658 

92 

37 

291 

94 

37 
69 

68 

90 

68 

1,377 

31i 

523 

57 
62 

186 
77 

424 

65 

145 

35 

316 

99 

1,097 

14 

60 

36 

79 



102 

30 

74 

242 

129 

12 

42 
147 
22 

77 



39 
100 
155 
487 

68 
238 

34 
51 

126 
59 
4S 

340 

23 
% 
125 
50 
16 
35 
37 

29 
49 
86 
38 
2,609 
187 
30 



7,489 
7,882 
4,273 
6,262 
1,347 
2,679 

1,292 
15,665 
3,373 
2,576 
2,307 
21,336 

2,176 
852 
2,824 
1,249 
7,305 
31,765 

3,950 
1,763 
13,094 
5,439 
1,742 
2,220 

2,889 
4,333 
3,303 
105,979 
16,895 
29,339 

2,779 
2,130 
8,995 
3,065 
19,089 

2,922 
7,082 
1,646 

15,318 
5,053 

55,665 
499 
2,457 
1,363 
3,217 
2,644 
2,700 
1,740 

5,548 
981 
3,489 
9,982 
6,661 
465 

1,409 
8,031 
1,626 
3,127 
2,659 
1,519 

1,172 

4,032 

10,002 

23,873 

2,211 

11,814 

1,422 
1,715 
6,700 
2,137 
2,135 
19,946 

814 
4,809 
4,630 
2,133 

368 
1,089 
1,404 

1,413 
2,387 
3,235 

1,902 

133,722 

9,640 

1,121 



6,777 
6,530 
3,745 
5,306 
1,111 
2,433 

1,078 
14,657 
3,463 
2,333 
2,539 
19,113 

1,930 
632 
2,332 
1,099 
7,021 
28,591 

3,608 
1,521 
11,068 
4,695 
1,434 
1,984 

2,515 

4,618 

2,915 

97,965 

15,545 

26,779 

2,621 
1,936 
7,883 
2,849 
17,551 

2,278 
6,272 
1,400 

14,413 
4,197 

52,025 
281 
1,997 
1,314 
2,321 
2,104 
2,500 
1,530 

5,046 
705 
3,303 
8,752 
4,833 
297 

1,179 
7,311 
1,566 
2,737 
2,229 
1,193 

1,050 
3,368 
9,474 

21,929 
1,959 

11,226 

1,262 
1,645 
6,132 
1,565 
1,961 
17,474 

712 
4,411 
4,040 

1,937 
350 
967 

1,314 

937 
2,187 
2,803 
1,436 
113,733 
3,516 

945 



204 
273 
136 
264 
48 
78 

65 
369 

74 
106 
113 
543 

83 
44 
117 
60 
218 
801 

110 
60 
391 
169 
64 
96 

112 
117 
114 
1,823 
382 
633 

70 
93 

292 
99 

462 

130 
134 

75 
370 
188 
932 

34 
106 

48 
109 
133 

74 

73 
139 

72 

78 
X7 
296 

33 

65 
133 

25 
133 
133 

86 

56 
154 
159 
630 
107 
228 

48 

50 

174 

135 

52 

463 

38 
138 
192 
71 
22 
47 
41 

62 

71 
149 

91 

3,654 

212 

51 



5,035 
5,660 
3,367 
4,532 
1,252 
(D) 

938 
8,849 

1,331 
1,936 
2,528 
12,375 

1,934 
751 
2,241 
1,102 
4,305 
21,346 

3,355 
1,387 
9,236 
2,733 
1,519 
1,881 

2,161 
3,505 
2,642 

58,428 
8,761 

17,806 

(D) 

2,009 

5,565 

2,436 

12,067 

2,479 
4,190 
1,381 

10,330 
2,581 

31,312 
499 
1,902 
1,121 
2,321 
2,037 
1,857 
1,505 

3,294 
877 
1,617 
6,963 
5,679 
(D) 

1,154 
4,350 
1,434 
2,466 
2,106 
1,326 

1,103 
3,107 
5,213 

15,629 
1,783 
6,031 
1,084 
1,339 
4,243 
1,894 
1,451 

10,290 

(D) 
3,334 
3,937 
1,621 

(D) 
(D) 
362 

978 
1,663 
2,726 
1,450 
91,744 
6,301 

884 



129 
158 
93 
183 

31 
50 

50 
247 
45 
72 
35 
376 

53 
24 
85 
34 
150 
463 

59 

31 

256 

113 
34 
66 

67 

62 

81 

1,160 

250 

404 

45 
68 

191 
54 

324 

82 

132 

54 

263 

117 

503 

20 

58 

40 

73 

97 

43 

57 



49 
47 
245 
189 
25 

44 
93 
20 
99 
92 
59 

37 
101 

91 
447 

73 
126 

29 

31 

110 

106 

33 

313 

27 
39 
135 
34 
14 



30 

45 
103 

59 

2,318 

147 

27 



2,671 
3,278 
1,628 
2,327 
641 
1,121 

649 
6,161 

763 
1,122 
1,516 
7,600 

1,320 
362 

1,222 
557 

2,372 
10,589 

1,549 

613 

6,131 

1,552 

481 

983 

1,457 
1,603 
1,887 
34,726 
5,473 
9,719 

1,624 
1,168 
3,307 
1,451 
7,709 

1,367 
2,586 

679 

5,786 

1,253 

15,003 

272 
1,007 

691 
1,527 
1,311 

850 

710 

1,575 

511 

670 

4,346 

3,515 

290 

765 
2,012 

399 
1,436 
1,290 

723 

589 
1,829 
2,465 
10,632 
1,094 
2,800 

498 

683 

2,281 

1,347 

657 

5,916 

591 
1,843 
2,773 
697 
131 
523 
435 

246 

919 
1,430 

830 
55,779 
4,147 

590 



75 
115 
43 
81 
17 
28 

15 
122 
29 
34 
28 
167 

30 
20 
32 
26 
58 
333 

51 
29 
135 
56 
30 
30 

45 

55 

33 

663 

132 

229 

25 

25 
101 

45 
133 

48 
52 
21 

107 
71 

429 
14 
48 
8 
36 
41 
31 
21 

53 

23 

31 

102 

107 

8 

21 
90 
5 
34 
41 
27 

19 
53 
68 

183 
34 

102 

19 
19 
64 
29 
19 
150 



32 

1,336 

65 

24 



2,364 

2,382 

1,739 

1,705 

611 

(D) 

289 

2,688 

563 

864 

1,012 

5,275 

614 
339 

1,019 
545 

2,433 
10,757 

1,806 
774 
3,055 
1,181 
1,038 
898 

704 
1,902 

755 

23,702 

3,288 

8,037 

(D) 
841 

2,258 
985 

4,358 

1,1L2 

1,604 

702 

4,544 

1,328 

16,309 

227 

895 

430 

794 

776 

1,007 

795 

1,719 

366 

947 

2,617 

2,164 

(D) 

389 
2,338 
1,035 

1,030 
816 
593 

514 
1,278 
2,748 
4,947 

639 
3,231 

586 
656 

1,962 
547 
794 

4,374 

(D) 
1,536 
1,164 
924 
(D) 
(D) 
377 

732 

744 

1,296 

620 

35,965 

2,654 

294 



75 
21 
41 
6 
24 

17 
107 
55 
14 
14 
150 



26 

9 

130 

29 
9 

13 

26 
27 
16 
566 
U4 
253 

5 

5 

38 

20 

192 

17 
75 
8 

144 
43 

681 



20 

27 
13 

9 
22 
74 

199 
15 

116 

8 
17 
46 
18 
16 
195 

1 
34 
17 
13 
4 
2 
14 

13 
16 
21 

7 

1,087 

75 

5 



2,454 

2,222 

906 

1,730 

95 

(D) 

354 

6,816 

2,542 

590 

279 

8,461 

242 
101 
533 
147 
3,000 
10,419 

595 
376 
3,858 
2,706 
223 
339 

728 

1,383 

661 

47,551 

8,134 

11,533 

(D) 
121 

3,430 
629 

7,022 

443 
2,892 

265 

5,483 

2,472 

24,353 

555 
247 
396 
557 
843 
235 

2,254 

104 

1,872 

3,019 

932 

(D) 

255 

3,631 

192 

661 
553 
193 

69 

975 

4,789 

8,244 

428 

5,783 

338 
376 

2,457 
243 
684 

9,656 

(D) 
1,425 
693 
5L2 
(D) 
(D) 
542 

435 
724 
509 
452 
41,978 
2,839 
237 



Standard Notes: 
zero. 



(D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Leee than $500. 



Represents 



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SELECTED SERVICES -AREA STATISTICS 



Table IE. SELECTED SERVICES: 1954-STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS-Continued 

Establishments and Receipts 



standard metropolitan area 



AutotDObile repair services, garages 



Establishments 



Total 
(Number) 



With 
payroll 

( Number ) 



Receipts 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



Automobile repair 



Establish- 
ments 

(Number) 



Receipts 
($1,000) 



General automobile 
repair shops 



Establish- 
ments 

(Number) 



Receipts 
($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments 

(Number) 



Other automobile 
repair shops 



Receipts 
($1,000) 



Automobile parking, 
other services 



Establish- 
ments 

(Number) 



Lubbock, Tex 

Macon, Oa 

Afadison, Wis 

Manchester, N. H 

Jfengihis , Tenn 

Miami , Fla 

Milwaukee, Wis 

Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minn 

Mobile, Ala 

fcbntgoraery, Ala 

Mincie, Ind 

Nashville, Tenn 

New Bedford, Mass 

New Britain-ECristol, Conn 

New Haven, Conn 

New Orleans, La 

New York-Northeastern New Jersey... 
Norfolk-Portsmouth, Va 

Ogden, Utah 

Oklahoma City, Okla 

Onaha, Nebr 

Orlando, Fla 

Peoria, 111 

Philadelphia, Pa 

Phoenix, Ariz 

Pittsburgh, Pa 

Pittsfield, Mass 

Portland, Maine 

Portland, Oreg 

Providence, R. I 

Pueblo, Colo 

Racine, Wis 

Raleigh, N. C 

Reading, Pa 

Richmond, Va 

Roanoke , Va 

Rochester, N. Y 

Hockf ord. 111 

Sacramento, Calif 

Saginaw, Mich 

St. Joseph, Mo 

St. Louis, Md 

Salt Lake City, Utah 

San Angelo, Tex 

San Antonio, Tex 

San Bernardino-Riverside-Ontario, 

Calif 

San Diego, Calif 

San Francisco-Oakland, Calif 

San Jose, Calif 

Savannah, Ga 

Scranton, Pa 

Seattle, Wash 

Shreveport, La 

Sioux City, Iowa 

Sioux Falls, S. Dak 

South Bend, Ind 

Spokane, Wash 

^ringf ield. 111 

Springfield, Mo 

^ringfield, Ohio 

Springfield-Holyoke, Mass 

Stamf ord-Norwalk, Conn 

Stockton, Calif 

Syracuse, N. Y 

Tacoir.a, Wash 

Tan5)a-St. Petersburg;, Fla 

Terre Haute , Ind 

Toledo, Ohio 

Topeka, Kans 

Trenton, N. J 

I\icson, Ariz 

Tulsa, Okla 

Utioa-Rome, N. 1 

Waco, Tex 

Washington, D. C 

Waterbury, Conn 

Waterloo, Iowa 

Wheeling, W. Va.-Steubenville, Ohio 
Wichita, Kans 

Wichita Falls, Tex 

Wilkes-Barre-Hazelton, Pa 

Wiljnington, Del 

Winston-Salem, N. C 

Worcester, Mass 

York, Pa 

Youngstown, Ohio 



78 

56 

230 

510 

416 
659 
144 
76 
61 
198 

93 

58 

171 

336 

6,759 

207 

56 

409 

277 

146 

144 

2,290 

384 

1,227 

23 

76 

655 

458 

51 
77 
56 
217 
154 
75 

267 
122 
305 
72 
80 
1,156 

232 

73 

416 

483 
526 

1,732 

345 
92 
151 
690 
174 
106 

61 
124 
196 
114 
123 

89 

243 
126 
240 
169 
206 
442 

64 
267 

76 
155 
169 

307 

188 
97 

660 
57 
67 

157 

277 

97 
205 
177 
123 
130 
186 
332 



62 
46 
46 
36 
158 
264 

246 
331 

92 
52 
37 
120 

49 
36 
111 
214 
4,337 
133 

32 

235 

137 

76 

83 

1,400 

196 
583 
17 
48 
319 
254 

33 
31 
34 
115 
108 
49 

151 
50 

137 
42 
52 

612 



213 
300 
912 

167 
52 
65 

342 

106 
56 
27 
82 

100 
70 
55 
41 

133 
90 
94 
85 
98 

2U 

32 

155 
42 
75 
85 

191 

72 

57 
458 
37 
27 
89 
135 

57 
91 
87 
59 
78 
90 
160 



3,376 
1,731 
2,159 
1,590 
7,659 
24,127 

13,259 
22,271 
3,308 
1,943 
1,435 
6,924 

1,259 
1,396 
5,291 
10,553 
227,994 
6,098 

1,245 
10,248 
6,661 
4,517 
3,774 
81,463 

8,753 

30,597 

623 

2,003 
18,892 
10,353 

993 
1,039 
1,385 
4,887 
4,854 
2,588 

6,603 
2,575 
7,779 
2,108 
1,934 
31,652 

5,691 
1,068 
9,398 

9,130 
13,065 
55,277 

7,603 
1,778 
2,678 
18,367 
4,339 
1,959 

921 
3,5U 
4,968 
3,363 
3,429 
1,440 

6,006 
4,009 
4,738 
4,012 
4,899 
9,521 

1,095 
8,319 
1,778 
4,018 
2,949 
11,739 

2,856 
1,761 
26,877 
1,724 
1,271 
3,260 
6,449 

2,012 
3,439 
3,633 
6,039 
3,416 
4,073 
7,004 



_1_ 



2,884 
1,513 
1,905 
1,462 
7,095 
22,407 

11,913 
20,081 
2,944 
1,751 
1,301 
6,340 

1,055 
1,268 
4,925 
9,793 
209,750 
5,644 

1,051 
8,992 
5,789 
3,937 
3,362 
74,899 

7,623 

26,513 

591 

1,801 

16,348 
8,797 

909 
701 
1,237 
4,065 
4,552 
2,398 
5,667 
2,043 
6,575 
1,850 
1,774 
27,278 

5,183 

854 

8,602 

6,732 
11,225 
47,261 

6,011 
1,596 
2,192 
15,575 
3,807 
1,719 

661 
3,267 
4,244 
3,111 
2,957 
1,173 

4,970 
3,735 
3,296 
3,264 

4,257 
8,367 

877 
7,623 
1,506 
3,334 
2,377 
10,831 

2,098 
1,609 
25,627 
1,558 
1,041 
2,884 
5,423 

1,752 
2,793 
2,875 
5,605 
3,034 
3,383 
6,030 



107 

75 

69 

51 

•182 

341 

294 
483 
111 
66 
54 
157 

79 

46 

115 

256 

4,506 

175 

52 

305 
224 

117 

112 

1,753 

324 
1,039 
15 
57 
554 
355 

45 
73 
51 
196 
124 
61 

191 
108 
259 
53 
61 
911 

176 

68 

298 

437 

443 

1,354 

302 
77 
127 
510 
144 
83 

58 
89 
162 

97 

101 

70 

189 
109 
206 
135 
161 
364 

55 
201 

69 
129 
149 
222 



421 
48 
59 

119 

217 

87 
169 
160 
111 
108 
163 
291 



2,787 
1,517 
1,979 
(D) 
4,509 
9,427 

8,276 
12, U7 
2,263 
1,545 
1,041 
3,740 
1,134 
1,277 
3,742 
6,471 
120,096 
5,057 

1,150 
6,146 
4,741 
2,536 
(D) 
44,563 

6,617 
17,880 
(D) 
(D) 
12,683 
7,617 

897 
(D) 
1,236 
3,495 
3,386 
2,122 

4,340 
2,332 
6,517 
1,303 
1,531 
21,923 

4,027 

989 

5,966 

7,845 
10,159 
36,143 

6,803 
1,489 
1,957 
11,013 
3,251 
1,443 

862 
1,701 
3,534 
2,255 
2,177 
1,016 

4,606 
3,278 
4,151 
3,122 
3,876 
6,905 

788 
4,568 
1,428 
3,001 
2,463 
5,458 

2,336 
1,533 
16,306 
1,542 
995 
2,300 
4,215 

1,717 
2,465 
(D) 
5,601 
2,680 
3,516 
5,269 



38 
37 
114 
198 

168 
316 
72 
46 
32 
101 

55 
26 
70 

169 
2,315 

124 

45 
193 
147 
62 
65 
1,157 

210 
693 

7 
33 
362 
194 

26 
44 
38 

130 
73 
39 

129 
77 

191 
30 
42 

564 

101 

51 

223 

308 
273 
830 

130 
49 



38 
59 
100 
76 



112 
74 

135 
90 

108 

221 

46 
136 
49 
65 

107 
142 

112 
71 

283 
26. 
40 
82 

148 

51 
133 
115 
83 
55 
117 
184 



1,763 

898 

825 

(D) 

2,534 

5,746 

4,342 
7,038 
1,024 
869 
351 
1,980 

350 
945 
1,807 
4,210 
58,347 
3,330 

947 
3,878 
2,565 
1,009 
1,879 
25,397 

3,489 

11,120 

326 

759 

7,378 

4,254 

377 

540 

804 

2,371 

1,940 

(D) 

2,348 

1,420 

4,569 

722 

635 

11,583 

2,294 

761 

3,672 

5,094 
6,135 

21,702 

3,654 
776 
869 
6,756 
2,017 
1,065 

567 
1,066 
1,723 
1,834 
1,027 

596 

2,246 
2,133 
2,635 
2,101 
2,114 
3,750 

621 
2,669 
1,040 

962 
1,590 
2,789 

1,437 

1,097 

10,049 

640 

614 

1,217 

2,268 

856 
1,738 
1,935 
4,903 
1,431 
2,099 
2,988 



29 
34 
31 
14 
68 
143 

126 
167 
39 
20 
22 
56 

24 
20 
45 
87 
!,191 
51 

7 

107 

77 

55 

47 

596 

114 
346 
3 
24 
192 
161 

19 
29 
13 
66 



75 
17 
75 

129 
170 
524 

122 
28 
47 

167 

45 
20 

20 
30 
62 
21 
32 
28 

77 
35 
71 
45 
53 
143 
9 
65 
20 
64 
42 



IS 
138 
22 
19 
37 
69 

36 
36 
45 
28 
53 
46 
107 



1,024 
619 

1,154 
372 

1,975 

3,681 

3,934 
5,099 
1,244 
676 
690 
1,760 

284 

332 

1,935 

2,261 

61,749 

1,727 

203 

2,263 

2,176 

1,527 

(D) 

18,666 

3,128 
6,760 
(D) 
(D) 
5,305 
3,363 

520 
(D) 
432 
1,124 
1,446 
(D) 

1,492 
912 

1,948 

531 

896 

10,340 

1,733 

228 

2,294 

2,751 
4,024 

14,441 

3,149 
713 
1,088 
4,257 
1,234 
373 

295 

635 
1,811 

421 
1,150 

420 

2,360 
1,145 
1,516 
1,021 
1,762 
3,155 

167 
1,399 

388 
2,039 

873 
2,669 

899 

441 

6,257 

902 

331 

1,083 

1,947 

861 

727 

(D) 

698 

1,249 

1,417 

2,281 



48 
169 

122 
176 
33 
10 



14 
12 
56 
80 
2,253 
32 



104 
53 

29 
32 

537 

60 

188 

3 

19 
101 
103 

6 

4 

5 

21 

30 

14 



19 

19 

245 

56 

5 

118 

46 

33 

373 

43 
15 
24 
130 
30 
23 

3 
35 

34 
17 
22 
19 



Standard Notes: 
zerc. 



(D^ Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 



n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified, XXX Not applicable. 



(Z) Less than $500. 



UNITED STATES SUMMARY 



1-35 



Table IE. SELECTED SERVICES: 19'i4-STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS-Continued 

Establishments and Receipts 



Stan'*»rd njetropolitan ares 



Automobile repair services, garages^^ontinued 



Automobile parking, other services— Continued 



Automobile storage, 
parking 



Establish- 
ments 

(Number) 



Receipts 
($1,000) 



Other automobile 
services 



Establish- 
ments 

(Number) 



Receipts 
(41,000) 



Miscellaneous repair services 



Establishments 



Total 
(Number) 



With 
payroll 

C Number ) 



Total, Bi: 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



Watch, cfock. Jewelry 
repair 



Establtsh- 
menta 

(Number) 



Receipts 
($1,000) 



Upholstery, furniture 
repair 



Establish- 
ments 

(Number) 



Receipts 
($1,000) 



Akron, Ohio 

Albany-Schenectady-Troy, N. Y 

Albuquerque, N. Mex 

Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton, Pa 

Altoona, Pa 

AmarIT lo, Tex 

AshevlUe, N. c 

Atlanta, Ga 

Atlantic City, N. J 

Augusta, Ga 

Austin, Tex 

Baltimore, Md 

Baton Rouge , La 

Bay City, Hich 

Beaumont-Port Arthur, Tex 

Binghamton, N. Y 

Birmingham, Ala 

Boston, Mass 

Bridgeport, Conn 

Brockton, Mass 

Bufralo, N. Y 

Canton, Ohio 

Cedar Rapids, Iowa 

Charleston, S. C 

Charleston, W. Va 

Charlotte, N. C 

Chattanooga, Tenn 

Chicago, 111 

Cincinnati, Ohio 

Cleveland, Ohio 

Columbia, S. C 

Columbus, Ga 

Columbus, Ohio 

Corpus Christi, Tex 

Dallas, Tex 

Davenport, Iowa-Rock Island-Moline 
111 

Dayton, Ohio 

Decatur, 111 

Denver , Colo 

Des Moines, Iowa 

Detroit, Hich 

Dubuque, Iowa. 

Duluth, Minn. -Superior, Wis 

Durham, N. C 

£1 Paso, Tex 

Erie, Pa 

Evansville , Ind 

Fall River, Itess 

Flint, Mich 

Fort Smith, Ark 

Fort 'tla-me , Ind 

Fort Worth, Tex 

Fresno, Calif 

Gadsden , Ala 

Galveston, Tex 

Grand Rapids, Mich 

Green Bay, Wis 

Greensboro-High Point, N. C 

Greenville, S. C 

Hamilton-Middletown, Ohio 

Hampton-Newport News-Warwick, Va.. 

Harrisburg, Pa 

Hartford, Conn 

Houston, Tex 

Huntington, W. Va. -Ashland, Ky 

Indianapol is, Ind 

Jackson, Mich 

Jackson, Miss 

Jacksonville, Fla 

Joh.'istown, Pa 

Kalamazoo, Mich 

Kansas City, Mo 

Kenosha, Wis 

Knoxvllle, Tenn 

Lancaster, Pa 

lAnsing, Mich 

laredo, Tex 

laurence, Ftass 

Lexington, Ky 

Lima, Ohio... .................. ••. 

Lincoln, Hebr 

Little Rock-North Little Rock, Ark 

Lorain-Elyria, Ohio 

Los Angeles-Long Beach, Calif 

Louisville, Ky 

Lowell, [^ss 



43 
9 
6 

97 
9 
3 
7 
i 

29 
179 

16 
4 
82 
17 
6 



17 
12 
9 

316 
77 

138 

2 

3 

50 

10 

148 



42 
5 

102 

31 

335 



6 

11 

46 

108 



7 
15 

1 

670 

43 

2 



957 
693 
294 
255 

(d: 

198 

209 

3,644 

(D) 

294 

53 

3,597 

(D) 
(D) 
316 
27 
697 
6,190 

339 
(D) 
1,885 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

281 

421 

357 

19,065 

3,502 

5,281 

(D) 
(D) 

1,512 
330 

4,367 

117 

1,805 

(D) 

2,246 

1,452 

11,457 



411 
(D) 
490 
184 
476 
(D) 
431 

10 

414 

1,365 

481 

48 

(D) 
1,202 
(D) 
166 
234 

26 
41A 
764 

3,862 
320 

3,363 

(D) 
(D) 

1,012 
225 
112 

4,070 

805 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 

396 

118 
(D) 
340 
(D) 
20,231 
1,174 
(D) 



26 
36 

15 
22 
2 
16 

5 

25 

12 

5 

8 

53 

2 

4 

9 

4 

18 

94 

10 

5 

48 

12 

3 

5 

9 

15 

7 

250 

57 
115 

3 

2 
38 

10 



33 

3 

42 

12 

346 

5 

3 

16 

5 

5 

7 

20 

4 

14 

30 

22 

3 

4 
28 



6 

6 

417 

32 

3 



1,497 

1,529 

612 

1,475 

(D) 
(D) 

145 

3,172 

(D) 

296 

226 

4,864 

(D) 

(D) 

267 

120 

2,303 

4,229 

256 
(D) 
1,973 
2,448 
(D) 
(D) 

447 

962 

304 

28,486 

4,632 

6,252 

(D) 
(D) 

1,918 
299 

2,655 

326 

1,087 

(D) 

3,242 

1,020 

12,896 



144 

(D) 

406 

373 

367 

(D) 

1,823 

94 

1,458 

1,654 

501 

(D) 

(D) 
2,479 
(D) 
495 
319 
193 

43 

561 

4,025 

4,382 

108 

2,420 

(D) 
(D) 

1,445 
18 
572 

5,586 

(D) 
620 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
146 

317 
(D) 
169 
(D) 
21,747 
1,665 
(D) 



360 
403 
166 
368 

61 
109 

74 
517 
150 

83 
132 
890 
111 

57 

174 

116 

292 

1,636 

202 
135 
781 
272 
87 
34 

140 
200 
165 

3,847 
644 

1,268 

81 

68 

413 

157 

790 



365 
94 
532 
267 
2,019 
45 

172 

80 
140 
188 

86 
109 
181 

71 
143 
436 
318 

53 

94 
232 

64 
159 
120 
139 

76 
208 
255 
966 
120 
404 

101 

83 

272 

160 



55 
182 
231 
97 
20 
65 
81 

81 
102 
146 
lU 
4,601 
378 

96 



82 

115 
50 
80 
17 
41 

24 
221 
52 
33 
46 
308 
35 
13 
66 
23 
124 
542 

66 
31 
197 
58 
25 
32 

38 

82 

57 

1,365 

210 

406 

51 
26 

130 
73 

300 



93 

22 
196 

93 
723 

13 



30 
74 
22 
49 
54 
25 

38 

50 

113 

354 

32 

158 

29 
31 
98 
32 
34 
242 

13 
62 
51 
39 
14 
13 
27 

17 
22 
64 
40 
1,499 
152 
28 



4,858 
7,073 
2,296 

3,180 

766 

2,115 

955 

13,836 

2,025 

1,101 

2,164 

18,450 

2,128 

486 

3,291 

1,543 

6,209 

23,094 

2,726 
1,337 
10,636 
2,463 
1,172 
1,119 

1,783 
5,618 
2,986 
87,602 
12,030 
28,998 

1,805 
1,285 
6,422 
3,993 

20,963 

2,592 

4,657 

859 

9,142 

3,931 

45,198 

449 

2,602 
1,126 
2,576 
2,074 
1,420 
1,292 
2,426 
1,431 
2,564 
6,388 
4,539 
641 

1,335 
2,978 
781 
1,942 
2,337 
1,725 

1,145 
2,415 
5,323 
20,371 
1,732 
9,993 

1,653 
2,151 
4,190 
1,964 
1,179 
12,138 

435 
5,012 
2,553 
1,226 

318 
2,684 
1,052 

1,395 
1,296 
2,909 
1,517 
121,725 
6,169 
1,100 



3,316 
5,413 
1,744 
1,894 
536 
1,847 

763 

12,108 

1,453 

851 

1,584 

15,150 

1,684 

238 

2,801 

1,047 

5,095 

22,182 

1,962 

781 

7,600 

1,425 

842 

747 

1,273 
4,930 
2,440 

71,934 
9,976 

23,796 

1,645 
933 
4,906 
3,639 
18,271 

1,838 

3,185 

535 

7,503 

2,963 

37,396 

295 

1,866 

876 
2,114 

992 
1,196 

(D) 
1,706 
1,187 
2,200 
4,774 
3,071 

457 

1,055 
2,160 
505 
1,358 
2,079 
1,165 

931 

1,715 

(D) 

17,049 

1,422 

8,825 

1,109 
1,855 
3,460 
1,460 
863 
9,612 

283 
4,322 
1,539 

918 

302 
2,396 

682 

1,127 

798 

2,471 

1,061 

99,141 

4,683 

756 



27 
34 
15 
43 
3 
19 

11 
75 
15 

3 
15 
106 
20 

8 
27 

3 
38 
248 

22 
13 
72 
18 
3 
9 

13 
28 
29 

487 
57 

127 

16 
17 
55 
19 

64 



36 

6 

49 

31 

214 

18 
8 



510 
42 
24 



188 
203 
104 
237 
57 
34 

153 

680 

163 

70 

98 

996 

139 

32 

98 

8 

290 

2,167 



(D) 

113 

16 

36 

107 
230 
193 

4,977 
502 

1,288 

190 
103 
536 
97 
783 

151 

353 
26 
500 
279 
2,076 

82 

63 

138 

207 

155 

27 

99 

25 

104 

312 

234 



44 
185 

26 
137 
115 

37 

220 
119 
331 
795 
58 
258 

90 
39 

215 
51 
52 

695 

6 

148 

158 

67 

13 
64 

146 
173 
19 
4,593 
330 
201 



34 
53 
16 
36 
11 
5 

4 
74 
24 
13 
23 

123 
10 
6 
23 
14 
36 

259 

16 
18 
80 
30 
9 
9 

12 
18 
27 

509 
87 

159 

14 
12 
52 
10 
97 



24 
14 
67 
25 
221 
2 

27 
U 
13 
21 
10 
11 



12 
6 

19 

14 
652 

44 
7 



Standard Notes; 
zero. 



(D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $500. 



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SELECTED SERVICES -AREA STATISTICS 



Table IE. SELECTED SERVICES: 1954-STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS-Continued 

Establishments and Receipts 





Automobile repair services, garages— Continued 






Miscellaneous repair services 








Autonobile parking, other services— Continued 




Tota 


1 


Watch, clock, jewelry 
repair 


Upholstery, 
reps 




Standard ntetropolitan area 


Autonxjblle storage, 
parking 


Other automobile 
services 


Establishments 


Receipts 


r 




Establish- 
ments 

C Number) 


Receipts 

C$1,000) 


Establish- 
ments 

(Number) 


Receipts 
C$1,000) 


Total 
(Number) 


With 
payroll 

(Number) 


Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
C$1,000) 


Establish- 
ments 

C Number) 


. . Establlsh- 
'""^"P''^ ments 

($1,000) (Number) 


Receipts 
C$1,000) 




6 
1 
7 
4 
34 
90 

72 
91 
26 

5 
5 
21 

5 

3 

42 

57 

1,535 

22 

3 
79 
32 
15 
22 
336 

31 
119 
7 
14 
48 
63 

4 
1 
5 
13 
21 
9 

57 
7 
20 
16 
13 
151 

42 

108 

16 
45 
253 

22 
7 
16 
101 
25 
14 

2 
26 

20 

10 

11 

5 

34 
6 

17 
19 
24 
34 

5 

40 

4 

12 
12 
52 

9 
4 
147 
4 
2 
14 
38 

9 
22 
14 
5 
9 
15 
27 


101 
CD) 
CD) 
20 

1,7a 

3,020 

2,301 
3,910 
CD) 
CD) 
CD) 
978 

CD) 
CD) 
717 
2,860 
69, lU 
533 

CD) 
2,077 
913 
170 
CD) 
11,220 

795 

6,414 

CD) 

380 

2,958 

1,543 

CD) 
CD) 
149 
CD) 
814 
304 

1,423 

83 

475 

CD) 

232 

5,076 

CD) 

CD) 

2,742 

CD) 
1,310 
11,195 

380 
CD) 
261 
4,253 
556 
222 

CD) 
779 
975 
CD) 
CD) 
95 

840 
CD) 
291 
453 
586 
1,084 

CD) 
1,537 

CD) 

238 

CD) 

1,285 

203 
121 

5,998 
47 
CD) 
239 

1,043 

CD) 
395 
CD) 
CD) 
278 
356 
1,017 


9 
4 
2 
1 
14 
79 

50 
85 
7 
5 
2 
20 

9 
9 
14 
23 
718 
10 

1 
25 
21 
14 
10 
201 

29 
69 

1 

5 

53 

40 

2 

3 

• ... 

8 
9 

5 

19 
7 

26 
3 
6 

94 

14 
4 
10 

30 

37 

125 

21 
8 
8 

79 
5 
9 

1 
9 
14 
7 
11 
13 

20 
11 
17 
15 
21 
44 

4 
26 

3 
14 

8 
33 

U 
4 

92 
5 
5 

24 

22 

1 
U 

3 

7 
13 

8 
U 


488 
CD) 
CD) 
CD) 
1,369 
11,680 

2,682 
6,224 

CD) 

CD) 

CD) 

2,206 

CD) 
CD) 
832 
1,222 
38,785 
508 

CD) 

2,025 

1,007 

1,811 

CD) 

25,680 

1,340 
6,303 
CD) 
CD) 
3,241 
1,193 

CD) 
CD) 

CD) 
654 
162 

840 
160 
787 
CD) 
171 
4,653 

CD) 
CD) 
690 

CD) 
1,596 
7,939 

420 
CD) 
450 
3,101 
422 
294 

CD) 
1,033 
458 
CD) 
CD) 
329 

560 
CD) 
296 
437 
437 
1,532 

CD) 
2,214 
CD) 
779 
CD) 
4,996 

317 
102 

4,573 
135 
CD) 
721 

1,191 

CD) 
629 
CD) 
CD) 
458 
201 
718 


147 
85 

121 
83 

323 

806 

743 
934 
158 
79 
54 
209 

118 
122 
218 
578 

11,006 
274 

57 
425 
362 
144 
177 
2,802 

406 

1,419 

37 

96 

753 

717 

59 
109 

75 
230 
219 

92 

315 
128 
242 
126 

80 
1,383 

264 

81 

450 

425 

475 

2,159 

343 
94 
145 
793 
183 
80 

49 

89 
240 
115 
109 

88 

317 
194 
227 
258 
244 
527 

63 
295 

69 
222 
168 
293 

194 
116 
911 
99 
82 
218 
253 

127 
215 
190 
115 
152 
173 
332 


45 
29 
51 
35 
123 
272 

225 
282 
58 
25 
24 
89 

30 
34 
74 

208 
3,834 

122 

17 
147 
124 
44 
55 
858 

124 
323 
11 
46 
215 
199 

23 
19 
23 
64 
97 
30 

93 
42 
72 
34 
20 
433 

84 

27 

156 

105 
152 
601 

71 
40 
40 
227 
75 
24 

23 
35 
84 
24 
25 
12 

89 
70 
51 
66 
68 
161 

25 
93 
23 
64 
50 
95 

42 
46 
393 
43 
22 
50 
89 

43 
53 
74 
35 
60 
39 
76 


2,568 
1,528 
2,407 
970 
5,091 
25,636 

13,392 

15,173 

3,164 

1,095 

834 

4,182 

1,757 
1,280 
3,210 
13,417 
225, 590 
5,051 

508 
7,680 
6,737 
2,400 
1,938 
55,207 

6,895 

23,350 

325 

1,724 
13,235 

8,949 

873 
994 
2,133 
4,022 
4,143 
1,283 

CD) 
1,959 
4,118 
1,507 

754 
25,277 

4,195 

937 

6,503 

17,057 

6,498 

43,631 

3,733 
1,412 
1,633 
12,617 
3,238 
1,122 

908 
1,254 
3,496 
1,285 

777 
811 

5,110 
2,992 
2,892 
3,510 
2,604 
7,774 

807 
5,501 

823 
3,413 
1,714 
8,154 

2,953 
1,201 
19,506 
1,531 
850 
2,261 
4,789 

3,471 
2,977 
3,177 
1,215 
2,457 
2,255 
3,483 


1,954 
1,278 
2,033 
CD) 
4,055 
23,608 

10,656 

12,093 

2,504 

893 

CD) 
3,590 

1,277 

888 

2,542 

11,305 

181,932 

4,223 

CD) 
5,232 
5,455 
1,814 
1,398 
44,195 

5,215 
17,822 

CD) 
1,564 
10,413 
6,305 

695 

412 

1,861 

3,216 

3,433 

977 

CD) 

1,485 

2,854 

1,009 

454 

19,665 

3,261 

705 
5,047 

14,883 

4,432 

33,589 

2,193 
1,045 
1,145 
9,479 
2,644 
784 

782 
950 
2,640 
824 
489 
455 

3,758 
2,354 
1,592 
2,255 
1,802 
5,034 

605 
5,471 

585 
2,541 
1,180 
7,172 

2,239 

921 

15,504 

1,349 
556 

1,649 

3,953 

2,957 
2,199 
2,653 
CD) 
2,059 
1,493 
2,373 


10 

8 

10 

8 

57 

117 

70 

105 

15 

15 

30 

9 
15 
21 
57 
1,765 
30 

7 
33 
28 
30 
5 
343 

39 
131 

4 

17 

58 

129 

3 
2 

12 
9 
30 
11 

32 
5 

25 
5 

13 
150 

25 
14 
59 

35 
70 
267 

22 

15 

59 

24 
3 

5 
11 
21 
11 
12 

8 

45 
16 
27 
22 
21 
81 

6 
35 

7 
15 

15 
21 

18 

4 

120 

12 
5 

23 

34 

4 
20 
26 
27 
13 

5 
24 


76 
CD) 
76 
24 
538 
816 

535 

1,050 

97 

CD) 

368 

185 

108 
CD) 
943 
14,856 
438 

49 
282 
324 
172 

27 
3,111 

243 

1,018 

15 

119 

540 

1,017 

57 
CD) 

45 
102 
285 

67 

CD) 
28 

CD) 

39 

76 

1,326 

312 
68 
720 

151 

558 

1,911 

211 

111 

97 

534 

132 
45 

17 
92 
222 
116 
54 
30 

341 
127 
182 
CD) 
297 
374 

52 

357 

56 

79 
144 
136 

124 
32 
1,197 
99 
44 
95 

158 

47 
86 
205 
178 
153 
24 
152 


9 
21 
U 
14 
39 

106 
89 

138 

11 

15 

5 

33 

16 

10 
35 
65 
1,779 
32 

3 
45 
34 
21 
24 
410 

51 
149 

1 
12 
62 
79 

7 
17 
14 
29 
41 

9 

40 

14 
30 
12 
4 
140 

23 
12 
49 

58 
52 

304 

44 
16 
29 

71 
21 

7 

6 
16 
25 
11 
17 

3 

34 
33 
13 
35 
34 
52 

7 
35 
11 
37 
20 
42 

23 
10 
142 
22 
11 
16 
25 

9 
35 
22 

9 
29 
34 
38 


91 


ifacon Ga 


165 




387 


Ifanchester. N. H 


223 




414 


lfi.aiiil> Fla 


2,010 




1,351 


mimeapoUs-St. Paul, Mum 

(ifabile Ala 


1,484 
268 




106 




54 




841 




120 




105 




590 




706 


New York-Northeastern New Jersey . . . 


32,590 
722 




98 


cilahoma City, Okla 


503 




397 




177 




250 


Philadelphia, Pa 


7,995 




508 




2,459 




CD) 




127 




819 




1,151 




106 




136 




127 




274 




414 




101 




431 




232 




436 




154 




52 




2,005 




204 




54 




502 


San Bernardino -Riverside- Ontario, 
Calif 


569 




843 


San Francisco-Oakland, Calif 


4,559 
636 




105 




354 




1,393 




167 




115 




67 




117 




266 




116 


Sorinnfield. ito 


87 




18 


Springfield-ffclyoke, Mass 


CD) 
386 




154 




631 




322 


Tan^ia-St. Petersburg, Fla 


616 
83 




608 




124 


Trenton, N, J 


723 
239 




4«3 


Utica-Rome . N. Y 


317 




92 




3,691 




247 




129 


Wheeling, W. Va. -Steuben vi lie, Ohio 


143 
299 




94 




533 




455 




99 




403 




285 




363 






standard Notes: (D) Withheld 
zero. 


to avoid dls 


losure . 


(NA) Not avaJ 


labia. n. 


e.c. Not els 


ewhere claa 


Blfled. X 


KX Not appli 


able. CZ 


) Less than : 


500. 


Represents 



UNITED STATES SUMMARY 



1-37 



Table it. StLECTED SERVICES: 1954-STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS-Continued 

Establishments and Receipts 



StBiidard oetropolltan btob 



Miscellaneous repair services — Continued 



Radio, television 
repair shops 



Establish- 
ments 

(Number) 



Receipts 
($1,000) 



Other repair services 



EatBbllsh- 
nents 

{ Number ) 



Receipts 
($1,000) 



Amusement, recreation services (including notion pictures) 



Establishments 



Total 
(Number) 



With 
payroll 

(Number) 



Receipts 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Motion picture 
theaters 



Establish- 
ments 

(Number) 



Receipts 

($1,000) 



Motion picture pro- 
duction, distribution 
services 



Establish- 
ments 

(Number) 



Receipts 
($1,000) 



Akron, Ohio 

Albany-Schenectady-Troy, N. Y 

Albuquerque, N. Max 

Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton, Pa. 

Altoona, Pa 

AaBrillo, Tex 

Ashevllle, N. C 

Atlanta , Ga 

Atlantic City, N. J 

Augusta, Ga 

Austin , Tex 

Baltimore, W 

Baton Rouge, IB 

Bay City, Mich 

Beauasont-Port Arthur, Tex 

Blnghamton, N. Y 

Birmingham, Ala ; 

Boston, Mass 

Bridgeport, Conn 

Brockton, Mass 

Buffalo, N. Y 

Canton, Ohio 

Cedar Rapids, Iowa 

Charleston, S. C 

Charleston, W. Va 

Charlotte, N. C 

Chattanooga, Tenn 

Chicago, III 

Cincinnati, Ohio 

Cleveland , Ohio 

Columbia, S. C 

Columbus, Ga 

Columbus, Ohio 

Corpus Christi, Tex 

Dallas, Tex 

Davenport, lowa-Rocli Island-Moline 

III 

Dayton, Ohio 

Decatur, 111 

Denver, Colo 

Des Moines, Iowa 

Detroit, Mich 

Dubuque, Iowa 

Duluth, Minn, -Superior, Wis 

Durham, N . C 

El Paso, Tex 

Erie, Pa 

Evansville, Ind 

Fall River, rfess 

Flint, Mich 

Fort Smith, Ark 

Fort Wayne, Ind 

Fort Worth, Tex 

Fresno, Calif 

Gadsden , Ala 

Galveston, Tex 

Grand Rapids, Mich 

Green Bay, Wis 

Greensboro-High Point, N. C 

Greenville, S. C 

Hamilton-Mlddletown, Ohio 

Hampton-Newport News-Warwick, Va.. 

Harrisburg, Fa 

Hartford, Conn 

Houston, Tex 

Huntington, W, Va. -Ashland, Ky 

Indianapolis, Ind 

Jackson, Mich 

Jackson, Miss 

Jacksonville, Fla 

Johnstown, Pa 

Kalajoazoo, Mich 

Kansas City, fto 

Kenosha, wis 

Knoxv-llle, Tenn 

Lancaster, Pa 

lansing, Mich 

Laredo, Tex 

lAwrence, Mass 

Lexington, Ky 

Lima, Ohio 

Lincoln , Nebr 

Little Rock-North Little Rock, Ark 

Lorain-Elyria, Ohio 

Los Angeles-long Beach, Calif 

Louisville, Ky 

Lowell, Mass 



95 
106 
37 
93 



14 
127 
39 
16 
24 
230 

22 

7 
24 

44 
73 
335 

45 

28 

225 

74 
14 
15 

39 
35 

25 

836 

167 

340 

22 

10 

96 

17 

203 

57 
105 

25 
106 

73 

501 

8 

19 
14 
25 
40 
21 
30 

43 
U 
34 
129 
46 
15 

22 

47 
18 
37 
20 
46 

28 
55 

63 

244 

32 

110 

22 

14 

68 
47 
31 
143 

15 
44 
31 
26 

26 
9 

16 
23 
29 
30 

814 
85 
16 



1,132 
1,592 
457 
974 
143 
248 

241 
1,536 
677 
175 
452 
3,360 

426 

73 

597 

581 

1,164 

4,746 

524 
296 
1,908 
609 
170 
224 

233 

688 

569 

17,748 

2,273 

5,497 

327 
188 

1,476 
535 

3,493 

777 
1,236 

156 
1,707 

795 

7,872 

24 

386 
208 
533 
334 
235 
473 

60O 
154 
588 
1,599 
725 
177 

378 
598 
254 
477 
202 
638 

355 
535 
989 

3,491 

325 

1,507 

205 
279 
862 
446 
316 
2,247 

232 

473 
675 
363 

402 
203 

223 
348 
616 
353 
13,749 
1,328 
283 



204 
210 
98 
196 
32 
62 

45 
241 
72 
46 
70 
431 

59 
36 
100 
55 
145 
794 

119 
76 
404 
150 
61 
51 

76 
119 

Si, 

2,015 

333 

642 

29 

29 

215 

111 

426 

91 
200 

49 

310 

138 

1,083 

35 

108 
44 
87 
97 
47 



73 
207 
192 

29 

53 
129 
51 
90 
66 
79 

27 
112 
117 
558 

62 
206 

63 
47 

125 
84 
41 

415 



16 
29 
52 

53 
64 
82 
63 
2,625 
207 
49 



2,773 
3,878 
1,537 
1,626 
500 
1,714 

518 

10, 562 

915 

515 

1,413 

11,028 

1,467 
v'348 
2,237 
786 
4,098 
16,947 

1,743 
802 
(D) 

1,427 
831 
736 

1,272 
4,467 
1,899 

55,827 
7,766 

19,971 

1,119 
740 
3,817 
3,242 
15,696 

1,490 

2,449 

536 

5,892 

2,579 

31,068 

(D) 

1,852 

732 

1,412 

1,247 
797 
659 

1,483 
1,159 
1,748 
3,863 
3,264 
397 

810 
1,733 

391 
1,010 
1,679 

969 

450 
1,427 
3,186 
14, 179 
1,199 
7,357 

1,234 
1,722 
2,830 
1,411 
654 
8,169 

105 
4,095 
1,340 
694 
271 
(D) 
616 

1,131 
683 

1,866 

975 

90,339 

4,036 
509 



197 

189 

57 

207 



37 
282 
188 
68 
53 
596 

57 
43 
69 
72 
181 
875 

137 
42 
413 
178 
66 
65 

141 
107 
112 
2,263 
506 
899 

56 
57 

287 
92 

394 

113 
211 

61 

306 

139 

1,498 

31 

122 
31 
84 
130 
104 
53 

140 

33 

97 

200 

184 

37 

90 
142 
46 
91 
61 
78 

60 
132 
122 
328 

72 
275 

60 

53 

164 

113 

50 

472 

43 
145 
86 
85 
16 
32 
61 

45 

81 
109 

35 

2,822 

236 

39 



145 
143 
43 
153 
27 
50 

3X- 
222 
138 
44 
39 
418 

39 
29 
53 
46 
125 
641 

103 
34 
315 
118 
50 
49 

111 

79 

96 

1,647 

336 

699 

40 
39 

193 
56 

262 

91 

161 

45 

234 

95 

1,108 

27 

86 
25 
60 
82 
72 
37 
104 
29 
81 
140 
122 
27 

60 
106 
34 
53 
41 
68 

52 

96 

100 

224 

58 

223 

48 
35 

112 
91 
40 

332 

33 

103 
72 
69 
10 
26 
39 

37 
57 
73 
61 
2,060 
132 
29 



10,374 
U,040 
3,928 
7,631 
1,209 
3,2i4 

2,007 
34,243 
15,617 
3,946 
2,695 
41,341 

2,063 
1,390 
4,729 
2,812 
7,637 
77,625 

4,704 
1,421 
33,002 
6,175 
2,485 
2,555 

4,901 
17,617 

4,956 

230,350 

46,229 

58,455 

3,063 
3,171 

16,087 
5,000 

39,997 

4,753 
10,083 

2,504 
30,337 

9,626 
108, 897 

1,209 

3,966 
1,431 
4,721 
4,121 
3,634 
1,395 

5,832 
1,639 
5,276 
10, 123 
6,614 
934 

3,162 
6,052 
2,024 
3,772 
2,409 
3,502 

2,844 
6,096 
7,463 

20,115 
3,102 

24,187 

2,463 
1,620 

16,837 
3,293 
2,309 

36,529 

1,398 
6,067 
3,166 
4,023 
814 
1,326 
3,763 

1,654 
2,880 
4,193 
3,472 
367, 120 
18,933 
1,565 



10,044 
12,774 
3,834 
7,333 
975 
3,204 

1,933 
33,607 
15,269 
3,806 
2,621 
40,083 

1,939 
1,U2 
4,643 
2,664 
7,243 
75,959 

4,520 
1,367 
32,372 
5,879 
2,399 
2,361 

4,625 
17,231 
4,892 
225,108 
4A,821 
56,599 

2,921 
3,117 

15,295 
4,760 

39,033 

4,463 
9,629 
2,464 
29,891 
9,332 
106,141 
1,197 

3,730 
1,409 
4,579 
3,841 
3,452 
1,335 

5,570 
1,633 
5,164 
9,766 
5,874 
900 

2,956 
5,730 
1,964 
3,530 
2,173 
3,400 

2,790 
5,844 
7,302 

19,245 
3,014 

23,805 

2,381 
1,544 

16,509 
3,133 
2,231 

35,763 

1,362 

5,639 

3,114 

3,917 

790 

1,302 

3,576 

1,632 

2,736 

3,973 

3,263 

359,614 

18,427 

1,509 



29 

49 
18 
44 
11 
15 

11 
63 
22 

19 

17 
112 

17 
10 
25 
21 
35 
145 

26 
12 
83 

20 



44 
20 
31 
299 
73 
86 

14 
16 
52 
25 
71 

20 
48 
10 
53 
22 
184 
9 

33 
10 
25 

25 

17 
14 

27 
11 
20 
38 
33 
10 

12 
23 
8 
19 
21 
16 

16 
31 
28 
70 
19 
54 

5 
15 
32 
37 



330 

44 

6 



2,950 
4,773 
2,304 
3,232 
510 
1,534 

1,019 
7,563 
2,794 
2j031 
1,899 
11,686 

1,507 
695 
3,261 
1,603 
3,654 
21,322 

2,337 
947 
9,483 
1,758 
1,075 
1,3.56 

2,192 
2,008 
2,394 

60,029 
7,595 

U,243 

1,755 
2,060 
4,356 
3,163 
8,368 

1,864 
4,244 
1,226 
7,242 
2,163 
28,764 
699 

2,266 
991 
2,889 
1,736 
1,740 
942 

2,885 
842 
2,245 
4,395 
3,027 
682 

1,076 
1,876 
455 
2,090 
1,431 
1,350 

1,665 
2,546 
4,167 
9,045 
1,380 
6,350 

844 

813 

4,013 

1,479 

(D) 

9,272 

731 

2,364 

1,349 

1,953 

(D) 

747 

946 

904 

1,456 

1,716 

1,174 

56,237 

5,573 

835 



I 
2 

588 
6 
1 



(D) 

4,071 

(D) 



(D) 
30 



(D) 

273 



(D) 



231 
18,447 



7,660 
(D) 
(D) 



(D) 

CD) 

38,157 

20,976 

10,324 



254 
22,488 



(D) 

8,755 

(D) 

23,707 



(D) 
(D) 



(D) 



(D) 

31 

106 

(D) 

41 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 



(D) 
233 



(D) 
9,485 



15,387 

(D) 
(D) 

(D) 
(D) 

(D) 
(D) 

(D) 

'167,237 
112 
(D) 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. 



ii>.^.<„t. „f „.. , . „ . , . (NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $500. ... Represents zero. 

other thS?r^ nii°^,^^"^ ll'^T"^ include only receipts from film rentals received directly from exhibitors, receipts from outright sales of films, and miscellaneous receipts 

other than from film rentals. Neither receipts from independent distributors, nor receipts from company^^raed distributor offices are included In receipts of motion picture produc- 



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SELECTED SERVICES -AREA STATISTICS 



Table IE. SELECTED SERVICES. 1954-STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS-Continued 

Establishments and Receipts 



standard metropolitan area 



Miscellaneous repair services — Continued 



Radio, television 
repair shops 



Establish- 
ments 

(NujDber) 



Receipts 
($1,000) 



Other repair services 



Establish- 
ments 

( Number ) 



Receipts 
(tl,000) 



Amusement, recreation services (Including motion pictures) 



Establishments 



Total 
(Number) 



With 
payroll 

(Number) 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



Motion picture 
theaters 



Establish- 
ments 

( Number ) 



Receipts 
($1,000) 



Motion picture pro- 
duction, distribution 
services 



I^stablish- 
ments 

(Number) 



Lubbock, Tex 

Ibcon, Ga 

Madison, Wis 

J&nchester, N. H. 
Ifemphis, Tenn.... 
Miajni, Fla 



Milwaukee, Wis 

Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minn. 

Jijbile, Ala 

Jfcntgomery, Ala 

Uincie, Ind 

Nashville, Tenn 



New Bedford , Mass 

New Britain-Bristol, Ojnn 

New Haven, Conn 

New Orleans , La 

New york-Northeastem New Jersey. 
Norfolk-Portsmouth, Va 

Ogden, Utah 

Oklahoma City, Okla 

Cknaha, Nebr 

Orlando, Fla 

Peoria, 111 

Philadelphia, Pa 

Phoenix, Ariz 

Pittsburgh, Pa 

Plttsf ield, hbss 

Portland, Maine 

Portland, Ore^ 

Providence, R. I 

Pueblo, Colo 

Racine, Wis 

Raleigh, N. C 

Heading, Pa 

Richmond, Va 

Roanoke , Va 

Rochester, N. Y 

Bockford, 111 

Sacramento, Calif 

Saginaw, Mich 

St. Joseph, Hd 

St. Louis, Mo 



Salt lake City, Utah 

San Angelo, Tex 

San Antonio, Tex 

San Bernardino-Riverside-Ontario, 

Calif 

San Diego, Calif 

San Francisco-Oakland, Calif 

San Jose, Calif 

Savannah, Ga 

Scranton, Pa 

Seattle, Wash 

Shreveport, la 

Sioux City, Iowa 

Sioux Falls, S. Dak 

South Bend, Ind 

Spokane, Wash 

^ringfield. 111 

^ringfield, Ito 

Springfield , Ohio 

Springfield-Holyoke, Mass 

Stajnf ord-Norwalk, Conn 

Stockton, Calif 

Syracuse, N. Y 

Tacoma, Wash 

Tampa-St. Petersburg, Fla 

Terre Haute, Ind 

Toledo, Ohio 

Topeka, Kans 

Trenton, N. J 

Tucson, Ariz 

Tulsa, Okla 

Utica-Rome, N. Y 

Waco, Tex 

Washington, D. C 

Waterbury, Conn 

Waterloo, Iowa 

Wheeling, W. Va.-Steubenville, Ohio 
Wichita, Kans 



Wichita Falls, Tex 

Wilkes-Barre-Hazelton, Pa. 

Wilmington, Del 

Winston-Salem, N. C 

Worcester, hbss 

York, Pa 

Youngetown, Ohio 



20 
18 
22 
23 

71 
168 

208 
196 
35 
11 
22 
50 

35 

30 

47 

149 

2,062 



25 

29 

659 

53 

410 

9 

19 

169 

142 



11 
329 



87 
400 

72 
13 
26 
162 
27 
18 

6 
18 
55 
25 
17 
27 

70 
40 
33 
60 
72 
114 

15 
104 
19 
51 
23 
58 

54 
21 
292 
21 
9 
86 
49 

18 
42 
55 
21 
33 
38 
93 



183 
111 
642 
228 
1,024 
2,807 

2,915 

2,863 

418 

211 
241 
718 

310 
176 
434 

2,376 
40,275 

1,466 

117 
979 
1,317 
150 
326 
10,039 

624 

5,057 

106 

458 

2,122 

1,408 

152 
453 
194 
679 
698 
215 

1,021 
294 
963 
340 
170 

5,813 

671 

62 

1,148 

1,062 
1,473 
6,088 

797 
381 
292 
2,137 
357 
152 

111 
177 
559 
518 
144 
139 

1,088 
690 
458 
792 

687 
1,461 

149 
1,208 
214 
754 
252 
1,026 

434 
149 
6,354 
229 
69 
774 
882 

417 
425 
832 
262 

600 
370 
778 



108 
38 
76 
38 
156 
415 

376 

495 

97 

37 
36 
96 

58 
67 
115 
297 
5,400 
144 

35 
258 
212 

68 

119 

1,390 

263 

729 

23 

48 

464 

367 

38 
48 
38 
129 
102 
46 

163 
78 

146 
72 
52 

764 

151 
48 
228 

244 

267 

1,188 

205 
50 
72 

491 

111 

52 



139 
69 
63 

50 

168 
105 
154 
141 
117 
280 

35 
121 
32 

119 
104 
172 

99 
81 

357 
44 
56 
93 

145 

96 
118 
87 
58 
77 
96 
177 



2,218 

(D) 

1,302 

495 

3,115 

21,003 

8,491 
9,776 
2,381 
(D) 
539 
2,255 

1,142 

891 

(D) 

9,392 

137,869 

2,435 

244 
5,916 
4,699 
1,901 
1,335 
34,061 

5,520 
14, 816 
(D) 
1,020 
9,654 
5,373 

558 

(D) 

1,766 

2,967 

2,746 

900 

2,770 

1,415 

(D) 

974 

456 

16,133 

3,008 

753 

4,133 

15,275 
3,624 

31,073 

2,089 

815 

890 

8,553 

2,582 

810 

713 
868 
2,4i9 
536 
492 
624 

(D) 
1,789 
2,098 

(D) 
1,298 
5,323 

518 
4,328 

429 
1,857 
1,079 
6,529 

2,078 
928 
8,264 
1,056 
608 
1,249 
3,450 

2,913 
1,933 
1,685 
676 
1,301 
1,576 
2,190 



48 
51 
101 
40 
198 
659 

460 

489 

78 

40 
30 
147 

54 

57 

151 

380 

5,532 

200 

30 
206 
219 

84 

132 

1,166 

234 
990 
33 
63 
409 
306 



46 
159 
161 

55 

198 
69 

197 
79 
54 

774 

133 
32 
221 

262 

301 
1,216 

147 
78 
99 

438 
81 
59 

49 

100 
104 
77 
52 
36 

148 
101 
116 
150 
149 
402 

58 
281 
54 
82 
81 
138 

126 
64 

580 
72 
55 

209 

142 

60 
155 
134 
43 
86 
98 
256 



34 
27 
81 
30 
148 
323 

386 
367 
62 
34 
22 
103 

36 

43 

127 

268 

4,070 

152 

28 

154 

163 

54 

92 

800 

126 
706 
29 
49 
275 
192 

26 
39 
32 
119 
127 
45 

156 
45 
133 

57 
40 
544 

107 
28 
137 

186 

221 
788 

107 
56 
59 

316 
61 
35 

35 

78 
76 
49 
36 
28 

116 
73 
82 
96 
119 
218 

50 
199 
42 
60 
39 
102 

84 
48 
408 
52 
43 
153 
122 

44 
109 
82 
37 
56 
66 
186 



2,571 
2,089 
3,536 
1,164 
15,134 
40,110 

31,884 
39,592 
3,168 
2,552 
1,269 
7,055 

2,496 
2,596 

12,082 
42,910 
835,748 
10,682 

1,789 
13,941 
16,058 
3,385 
4,879 
92,473 

9,867 
53,745 
1,236 
2,100 
21,881 
20,662 

1,927 
2,079 
2,107 
5,868 
7,366 
1,978 

11,246 
3,506 

10,044 
2,646 
1,772 

52,004 

14,651 

1,257 

10,971 

11,441 
20,710 
96,975 

9,017 
3,709 
3,785 
29,758 
4,711 
2,345 

1,860 
3,782 
5,075 
2,878 
1,947 
2,021 

7,744 
6,015 
4,634 
8,660 
5,938 
17,835 

2,375 
11,083 
2,639 
5,656 
4,083 
6,281 

6,692 
2,546 

59,322 
2,300 
2,453 

10,204 
7,478 

2,244 
4,898 
11,164 
1,928 
4,069 
3,301 
9,647 



2,433 
1,961 
3,480 
1,068 
14,684 
37,430 

31,292 
38,762 
3,024 
2,508 
1,231 
6,817 

2,406 

2,470 

11,884 

42,092 

823,582 

10,254 

(D) 
13,461 
15,504 
3,213 
4,651 
89,285 

9,069 

51,813 

(D) 

1,998 
20,683 
19,754 

1,889 
1,979 
2,041 
5,582 
7,110 
1,944 

10,966 
3,414 
9,448 
2,542 
1,702 

50,250 

14,431 
1,241 

10,575 

10,851 
20,154 
93,665 

8,707 
3,523 
3,571 
28,770 
4,629 
2,155 

1,746 
3,678 
4,859 
2,754 
1,883 
1,995 

7,492 
5,811 
4,326 
8,152 
5,790 
16,611 

2,329 
10,525 
2,577 
5,536 
3,745 
6,049 

6,284 
2,426 
57,756 
2,216 
2,265 
9,814 
7,366 

2,180 
4,646 
10,872 
1,900 
3,943 
3,125 
9,049 



11 

8 

48 

60 

72 
91 
19 
14 
5 
29 

12 
12 
27 
74 
752 
48 

10 
42 
37 
19 
27 
239 

33 

193 

7 

10 

86 

45 

11 
9 
11 
15 
30 
16 

31 
11 
38 
17 
14 
126 

29 
13 
38 

54 

48 

208 

35 
19 
22 
63 
23 
15 

9 

13 
17 
20 
12 
10 

34 
16 
23 
24 
28 
60 

8 
26 
13 
19 
11 
34 

22 
29 

106 
15 
12 
56 
24 

19 
38 
23 
12 
14 
20 
47 



1,625 

(D) 

1,759 

691 

4,375 

11,332 

8,198 
9,873 
1,937 
1,548 
605 
2,909 

1,243 
1,246 
2,940 
8,260 
163,005 
5,402 

989 
2,976 
3,347 
2,033 
2,477 
31,599 

4,074 
16,367 
674 
1,215 
6,285 
5,768 

980 
695 
1,201 
1,589 
3,334 
1,117 

3,645 
1,668 
5,372 
1,245 
1,073 
15,256 

3,907 
858 

4,505 

5,621 

8,872 

31,757 

4,306 
2,143 

2,101 
7,756 
2,214 
1,029 

827 

2,056 

2,122 

1,678 

934 

884 

4,196 
1,450 
2,558 
2,865 
2,318 
5,747 

920 
2,962 

(D) 
2,582 
1,862 
3,004 

1,988 
1,490 
15,822 
1,365 
1,069 
2,421 
3,532 

1,210 
2,941 
1,982 
1,108 
2,147 
1,622 
3,920 



15 

34 

608 



Standard Notes; 
zero. 



(D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (nA) Not available. n.e.G. Not elsewhere classified. 



XXX Not applicable. 



(Z) Less than $500. ... Represents 



UNITED STATES SUMMARY 



1-39 



Table IE SELECTED SERVICES: 19'i4-STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS-Continued 

Establishments and Receipts 



Standsrd metropolitan area 



Amisementi recreation services (including 
motion pictures)-~Contlnued 



Billiard and pool 

parlors, bowling 

alleys 



Establish- 
ments 

( Number ) 



Receipts 
($1,000) 



Other amusement, 
recreation services 



Establish- 
ments 

(Number) 



Receipts 
($1,000) 



Hotels, motels, tourist courts, camps 



Establishments 



Total 
( Number ) 



With 
payroll 

(Number) 



Receipts 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments 

( Number ) 



Receipts 
($1,000) 



Motels, tourist 
courts, trailer 
parks, camps 



Establish- 
ments 

(Number) 



Akron, Ohio 

Albany-^Schenectady-Troy, N. y 

Albuquerque, N. Mex 

Allentoun-Bethlehem-Easton, Pa.... 

Altoona, Pa 

Amarlllo, Tex 

Asheville, N. C 

Atlanta , Ga 

Atlantic City, N. J 

Augusta, Ga 

Austin, Tex 

Baltijnore, Hd 

Baton Rouge, La 

Bay City, Mich 

Beaumont-Port Arthur, Tex 

Binghamton, N. Y 

Birmingham, Ala 

Boston, Mass 

Bridgeport, Conn 

Brockton, f*ss 

Buffalo, N. Y 

Canton, Ohio 

Cedar Rapids, Iowa 

Charleston, s. C 

Charleston, U. Va 

Charlotte, N. C 

Chattanooga, Tenn 

Chicago, 111 

Cincinnati, Ohio 

Cleveland, Ohio 

Columbia, S. C 

Columbus, Ga 

Columbus, Ohio 

Corpus Christi, Tex 

Dallas, Tex 

Davenport, Iowa-Rock Island-Moline 
111 

Dayton, Ohio 

Decatur, 111 

Denver, Colo 

Des Moines, Iowa 

Detroit, Mich 

Dubuque, Iowa 

Duluth, Minn. -Superior, Wis 

Durham, N . C 

El Paso, Tex 

Erie, Pa 

Bvansville, Ind 

Fall River, Mass 

71int, Mich 

Fort Smith, Ark 

Fort Wayne, Ind 

Fort Worth, Tex 

Fresno, Calif 

Gadsden, Ala 

Galveston, Tex 

Grand Rapids, Mich 

Green Bay, Wis 

Greensboro-High Point, N . C 

Greenville, S. C 

Hamilton-Middlctown, Ohio 

Hampton-Newport News-Warwick, Va.. 

Harrisburg, Pa 

Hartforti, Conn 

Houston, Tex 

Huntington, W. Va. -Ashland, Ky 

Indianapolis, Ind 

Jackson, Mich 

Jackson, Miss 

Jacksonville, Fla 

Johnstown, Pa 

Kalamazoo, Mich 

Kansas City, Mo 

Kenosha, Wis 

Knoxville, Tenn 

Lancaster, Pa 

Lansing, Mich 

laredo, Tex , 

lawrence, ffess 

Lexington, Ky , 

Lima, Ohio , 

Lincoln, Nebr 

Little Rock-North Little Rock, Ark, 

Lorain-Elyria, Ohio 

Los Angeles-Long Beach, Calif , 

Louisville, Ky 

Lowell, tfess 



39 
31 

6 
27 
18 

9 

6 

25 

17 

5 

9 

108 

4 
5 
13 
2i, 
43 
212 

24 
9 
84 
37 
3 
9 

29 

13 

4 

481 

65 
157 

13 
14 
40 
11 
25 



28 
12 
37 

9 
378 

2 

30 
9 
9 

23 

19 
17 

22 
9 
IS 
23 
32 
10 

12 
19 

7 
21 
12 

9 

14 
29 

17 
28 
9 

53 



36 
U 
14 
4 
4 
11 
4 
1/4 
17 
16 
257 
39 
10 



1,679 
1,026 
131 
451 
180 
163 

102 
335 
177 
98 
95 
2,734 

56 
106 
240 
528 
381 
3,488 

724 
164 
4,368 
844 
140 
174 

697 

322 

(D) 

24,530 

2,460 

5,615 

176 
210 
1,492 
332 
683 

768 

1,406 
480 

1,308 
379 
13,779 
(D) 
467 
(D) 
(D) 
354 
286 
181 

1,006 
78 
(D) 
601 
618 
(D) 

171 
996 
257 
171 
70 
563 

195 
334 
475 
926 
231 
1,560 

395 
125 
207 
220 
402 
2,037 

285 

(D) 

(D) 

455 

22 

(D> 

131 

129 

(D) 

517 

427 

11,646 

1,915 

126 



127 
94 
31 

136 
18 
38 

20 

158 

146 

44 

26 

372 

36 
28 
30 
27 
98 
474 

84 
21 
223 
119 
51 
39 

68 

55 

75 

1,393 

343 

622 

29 
27 

190 
56 

252 



130 
39 

190 
90 

905 
20 

59 
12 
48 
81 
68 
21 

91 
13 
58 
136 
115 
16 

66 
97 
30 
50 
27 
53 

30 
72 
76 

224 
44 

147 

42 
30 

91 

52 

36 

283 

28 

70 

55 

55 

5 

17 

44 

30 

57 

65 

52 

,647 

147 

22 



(D) 
3,170 

(D) 
3,948 

519 
1,547 

886 
(D) 

12,566 

1,817 

(D) 

26,648 

500 
589 
(D) 
681 
3,371 
34,368 

1,629 

310 

11,491 

(D) 

(D) 

1,025 

2,012 

(D) 

1,920 

107,634 

15,198 

31,273 

1,132 
901 
9,985 
1,500 
8,458 

2,ia 

(D) 

798 
13,032 

(D) 
42,647 

(D) 

1,233 
(D) 

1,566 
(D) 

1,658 
(D) 

1,941 
719 
2,231 
5,101 
2,863 
161 

1,915 

3,139 

(D) 

(D) 

CD) 

1,589 

984 
3,216 

(D) 
9,9U 
1,491 
7,406 

1,224 
(D) 

3,132 

1,594 
(D) 

9,833 

382 
2,592 
1,637 
1,615 
126 
3S6 
2,691 

(D) 

1,115 

(D) 

1,871 

131,950 

U,333 

(D) 



78 
136 
178 
127 
25 
85 

93 
113 
351 
72 
77 
156 

37 
21 
62 

48 

91 
177 

33 
14 
227 
58 
33 
39 

56 

33 

90 

1,075 

129 

230 

38 

38 

108 

152 

208 



81 

29 
503 

74 
510 

21 

298 
11 

132 
75 



56 
48 
41 
167 
147 
13 



24 
27 
37 
22 

26 
102 

41 
254 

51 
113 

31 
26 

170 
98 
21 

326 

41 
112 
55 
24 
27 



34 
2,022 



48 
78 
82 
55 
17 
63 

59 
81 

275 
38 
53 

110 

27 
13 
34 
40 
63 
143 

19 
8 
145 
36 
19 
31 

38 

29 

56 

795 

97 
180 

26 
24 
68 



55 

21 
263 

44 
380 

15 

154 

7 

86 

37 

22 

3 

24 
32 
27 
113 
73 
11 

64 
28 
10 
17 
25 
12 

20 
70 
39 
184 
41 
97 

19 
20 
96 
46 
17 
228 

15 
72 
33 
14 
23 
6 
25 
19 
28 
42 
14 
1,200 
73 



4,534 
10,591 
5,395 
5,5a 
1,321 
2,917 

3,567 

13,852 

39,256 

3,213 

3,998 

14,051 

2,475 

918 

2,744 

2,885 

5,736 

43,312 

2,388 
364 
21,121 
2,008 
2,296 
2,077 

2,822 

3,434 

4,102 

173,671 

21,367 

31,043 

2,469 
1,824 

12,068 
4,909 

18,068 

3,729 

8,549 
1,806 

19,472 
6,768 

44,965 
815 

7,805 
1,063 
6,696 
2,725 
2,634 
340 

2,914 
1,645 
3,232 
8,051 
4,841 
541 

4,483 
5,126 
1,616 
2,289 
1,755 
1,564 

1,985 
7,U5 
4,891 

20,985 
2,773 

12,599 

1,483 
3,361 
7,840 
2,365 
1,665 
23,719 

648 
3,903 
2,608 
2,129 

i,ai 

176 

3,984 

1,058 

3,083 

4,241 

900 

98,768 

11,485 

267 



4,368 
10,175 
4,747 
4,753 
1,251 
2,693 

3,291 

13,596 

38,822 

3,029 

3,838 

13,793 

2,409 
886 
2,640 
2,817 
5,514 
43,072 

2,330 
342 
20,543 
1,884 
2,174 
2,001 

2,722 

3,372 

3,876 

171,359 

21,175 

30,428 

2,289 
1,692 

11,764 
4,363 
17,620 

3,525 

8,373 
1,738 

17,530 
6,542 

44,019 
795 

7,067 
1,047 
6,210 
2,475 
2,624 

(D) 
2,614 
1,537 
3,143 
7,441 
4,293 

(D) 

4,365 
4,922 
1,522 
2,241 
1,651 
1,490 

1,935 

6,873 

(D) 

20,583 
2,733 

12,473 

1,365 
3,3U 
7,410 
1,701 
1,627 
22,885 

520 
3,705 
2,450 
1,999 
1,173 

176 
3,960 

998 
2,963 
4,181 

744 
91,996 
U,239 

(D) 



29 
97 
16 
31 

21 
50 
256 
15 
16 
75 

7 
7 
22 
25 
38 
115 



93 
22 
15 

8 

30 

15 

21 

722 



17 
7 
209 
35 
298 
7 



17 

72 

67 

3 

35 

19 

6 

14 

16 
9 

13 
43 
29 
94 
21 
76 

15 
9 
48 
79 
15 
222 

13 
31 
29 

5 
10 

6 
13 
10 
11 
27 

8 

927 

35 



3,974 
9,210 
2,401 
5,092 
1,240 
(D) 

2,243 
12,322 
37,721 
2,327 
3,087 
12,634 

(D) 

802 

2,189 

2,331 

4,752 

41,900 

2,265 
(D) 
19,124 
1,550 
2,050 
1,570 

2,467 

2,854 

2,862 

167,901 

20,065 

28,816 

1,939 
1,011 

10,115 
3,007 

14,677 

3,217 

6,650 
1,395 

14,915 
6,269 

40,190 
696 

5,718 

(D) 

3,849 

1,941 

2,065 

(D) 

2,022 

1,195 

2,741 

6,177 

2,951 

(D) 

3,660 
4,606 

(D) 
1,968 
1,451 

(D) 

1,790 
6,095 
4,375 

16,599 
2,330 

11,453 

1,276 
2,782 
5,606 
2,071 
1,506 
21,407 

459 
2,745 
2,333 
1,697 

936 

176 
3,359 

840 
2,563 

(D) 

627 
80,239 
10,016 

(D) 



40 
87 
149 
30 
9 
54 

72 
63 
95 

57 
61 

81 

30 
14 
40 
23 
53 
62 

18 
7 
134 
36 
18 
31 

26 
18 
69 
353 
63 
91 

21 

32 

71 

134 

132 



64 

22 
294 

39 
212 

14 

206 
7 
81 
54 
18 
4 

41 
34 
24 
95 
80 
10 

55 
33 
18 
13 
21 
13 

13 
59 
12 
160 
30 
37 

16 
17 

122 

19 

6 

104 

28 
81 
26 
19 
17 

'is 

17 
35 
27 
26 
1,095 
64 



Standard Notes: 
zero. 



(D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. 



(NA) Not a'/ailable. 



n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. 



XXX Not applicable. 



(Z^ Less than $5C0. ... Represents 



1-40 



SELECTED SERVICES -AREA STATISTICS 



Table IE. SELECTED SERVICES: 1954-STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS. BY KIND OF BUSINESS-Continued 

Establishments and Receipts 



standard metropolitan area 



Amusement, recreation services (including 
motion pictures) — Continued 



Billiard and pool 

parlors, bowling 

alleys 



Establish- 
ments 

(Number) 



Receipts 
($1,000) 



Other amusement, 
recreation service 



Establish- 
ments 

(Number) 



Receipts 
($1,000) 



Hotels, motels, tourist courts, camps 



Establishments 



Total 
(Number) 



With 
payroll 

(Number) 



Receipts 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments 

(Number) 



Receipts 
($1,000) 



Motels, tourist 
courts, trailer 
perks, camps 



Establish- 
ments 

(Number) 



Receipts 
($1,000) 



Lubbock, Tex 

hfecon, Ge 

Madison, Wis 

fcfanchester, N. H 

ktemphis , Tenn 

Mlajid, Fla 

itilwaukee, Wis 

Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minn 

Itobile, Ala 

Montgomery, Ala 

Uincie, Ind 

Nashville, Tenn 

New Bedford , Jfess 

New Britain-Bristol, Conn 

New Haven, Conn 

New Orleans, La 

New York-Northeastern New Jersey, 
NorfoLk-Portsmouth, Va 

Ogden, Utah 

Oklahoma City, Okla 

Cknaha, Nebr 

Orlando, fla 

Peoria, 111 

Philadelphia, Pa 

Phoenix, Ariz 

Pittsburgh, Pa 

Pittsfield, Mass 

Portland, Maine 

Portland, Qreg 

Providence, R. I 

Pueblo, Colo 

Racine, Wis 

Raleigh, N. C 

Reading, Pa 

Richmond , Va 

Roanoke, Va 

Rochester, N. Y 

Rockford, 111 

Sacrajnento, Calif 

Saginaw, Mich 

St, Joseph, M> 

St. Louis, Ud 

Salt Lake City, Utah 

San Angelo, Tex 

San Antonio, Tex 

San Bemardino-Riverside-OntariO; 

Calif 

San Diego, Calif 

San Francisco-Oakland, Calif.... 

San Jose, Calif 

Savannah, Ga 

Scranton, Pa 

Seattle, Wash 

Shreveport, La 

Sioux City, Iowa 

Sioux Falls, S. Dak 

South Bend, Ind 

Spokane , Wash 

^ringfield. 111 

Springfield, Md 

^ringf ield, Ohio 

Springfield-Holyoke, Mass 

Stamf ord-Norwalit, Conn 

Stockton, Calif 

Syracuse, N. Y 

Tacoma, Wash 

Taiiipa-St. Petersburg, Fla 

Terre Haute , Ind 

Toledo, Ohio 

Topeka, Kans 

Trenton, N. J 

Tucson, Ariz 

Tulsa, Okla 

Utica-Rome, N. Y 

Waco, Tex 

Washington, D. C 

Waterbury, Conn 

Waterloo, Iowa 

Wheeling, W. Va.-Steubenvllle, Ohio 
Wichita, Kans 

Wichita Falls, Tex 

Wllkes-Barre-Hazelton, Pa 

Wilmington, Del 

Wlnston-Salem, N. C 

Worcester, Mass 

York, Pa 

Youngetown, Ohio 



76 
71 
12 
7 
9 
20 

U 
12 
14 
9 
6S4 
33 

5 
27 
29 

7 



31 
282 
5 
15 
35 
58 

3 
li 
15 
10 
21 
10 

40 

n 

15 

16 

3 

134 

16 
1 
25 

28 

36 

114 

20 

7 

15 

42 



(D) 
(D) 
688 
91 
363 
495 

3,712 
3,118 
(D) 
(D) 
227 
263 

110 

ae 

202 

470 

20,213 

472 

U5 
537 

1,612 
(D) 
540 

3,U4 

518 

3,769 

98 

170 
1,233 
1,029 

57 
644 
153 
158 
350 
110 

1,762 
617 
675 
6S4 
(D) 

3,716 

524 
(D) 
418 

576 
1,627 
4,890 

674 
50 
189 
1,567 
353 
361 

202 
227 
358 
470 
136 
319 

355 
125 
504 
1,096 
347 
536 

213 
2,175 
230 
672 
160 
483 

664 
70 
2,148 
278 
182 
666 
525 

145 
257 
549 
271 
362 
U7 
1,311 



26 
33 
70 
27 
102 
556 

295 
281 
45 
19 
16 
93 

31 
33 
95 

263 
3,488 

119 

15 

121 

136 

57 

77 

707 

168 
484 
21 
38 
266 
199 

22 
28 
17 
134 
107 
29 

126 
47 

144 
46 
37 

486 

67 

18 

153 

177 
214 
836 

91 
50 
60 
301 
49 
25 

29 
73 
75 
48 
29 
19 

82 
74 
76 
94 
105 
294 

42 
202 
34 
43 
62 
83 

79 
31 
354 
40 
35 
110 
102 

34 
95 
78 
20 
50 
72 
145 



638 

912 

1,035 

(D) 

3,321 

27,427 

12,143 
(D) 
998 
(D) 
437 
3,797 

1,143 
1,134 
3,483 
(D) 
274,406 
4,808 

685 
(D) 
(D) 
1,144 
(D) 
37,448 

(D) 

23,750 

464 

715 

9,901 

13,851 

890 

740 

(D) 

4,121 

(D) 

751 

5,809 

1,221 

3,997 

717 

(D) 

23,335 

3,279 

(D) 

4,576 

(D) 

(D) 

39,746 

(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
12,506 
(D) 
955 

(D) 
1,499 
(D) 
730 
877 
818 

(D) 
(D) 

1,572 
(D) 

3,273 
(P) 

1,242 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

2,778 

4,040 

986 

24,185 

657 

1,202 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 

1,700 

(D) 

549 

(D) 

1,562 

4,416 



44 
44 
62 
14 
78 
938 

113 
286 
55 
26 
12 
92 

12 
26 
47 

190 
1,159 

176 

22 
140 
117 
152 

68 
451 

532 
374 
47 
31 
356 
75 

67 
32 
37 
74 
78 
39 

71 
49 
241 

a 

38 
349 

130 
37 
199 

£01 

419 

1,012 

177 
62 
36 

386 
67 
54 

33 
37 
168 
75 
72 
24 

64 

23 

185 

64 

109 

865 

34 

91 

48 

27 

219 

138 

140 

39 

243 

13 

25 

75 

113 



60 
63 
12 
49 
35 
103 



36 

36 
36 
12 
60 
684 

69 
158 

31 
20 
10 



18 

35 

140 

991 

130 

18 
93 
81 
63 
34 
299 

194 
214 
33 
27 
163 
39 

35 
12 
23 
30 
56 
29 

41 
25 

117 
15 
20 

243 

86 

23 

123 

329 
297 
634 

89 
36 
22 
194 
47 
30 

19 
33 

100 
41 
34 
18 

38 
17 
87 
42 
47 
359 

22 
59 
28 
19 
119 
82 

82 
29 
187 
9 
19 
41 
61 

32 
28 
39 
10 
33 
25 
59 



2,009 
2,419 
3,415 
1,250 
9,546 
91,748 

14,729 

24,409 

3,363 

2,253 

336 

6,262 

700 

861 

2,787 

20,418 

346,455 

7,868 

1,032 
8,326 
9,814 
3,195 
3,776 
40,785 

13,992 
30,266 
3,343 
3,552 
13,464 
6,379 

1,399 
1,478 
2,381 
2,853 
6,669 
3,221 

7,796 
2,443 
8,472 
1,864 
1,372 
35,977 

7,793 

1,403 

11,975 

20,493 
20,823 
64,963 

4,411 
3,306 
2,380 
22,336 
3,732 
2,129 

1,167 
3,023 
9,330 
3,868 
1,848 
1,274 

6,113 
1,812 
3,320 
8,139 
3,165 
19,207 

1,967 
7,139 
2,324 
3,386 
6,599 
6,146 

5,563 
1,648 
58,009 
893 
1,486 
2,484 
5,279 

1,926 
3,007 
4,839 
1,516 
2,880 
2,348 
4,378 



1,939 
2,331 
3,227 
(D) 
9,408 
89,898 

14,277 

23,569 

3,217 

2,197 

(D) 

6,072 

648 

789 

2,697 

20,098 

345,057 

7,428 

1,018 
8,046 
9,530 
2,731 
3,604 
39,539 

12,062 

28,582 

3,267 

3,544 

12,276 

5,937 

1,223 
1,252 
2,287 
2,415 
6,601 
3,167 

7,636 
2,252 
7,453 
1,810 
1,200 
35,233 

7,543 
1,299 I 
11,469 

18,463 
19,783 
61,789 

3,799 
3,122 
2,744 
20,718 
3,626 
1,989 

1,1U 
3,009 
8,723 
3,592 
1,582 
1,226 

5,937 
1,768 
2,510 
7,959 
2,607 
16,141 

1,915 
6,967 
2,184 
3,350 
6,029 
5,644 

4,931 
1,614 
57,547 
885 
1,446 
2,336 
4,893 

1,582 
2,727 
4,669 
(D) 
2,774 
2,290 
4,W4 



9 
17 
16 
10 
45 
537 

50 

140 

12 

13 

6 

36 

5 
6 
30 
88 
345 
93 

11 
83 
74 
27 
29 
231 

90 
234 
19 
15 
180 
33 
29 
12 
11 
46 
20 
13 

35 
20 

127 
12 
21 

176 

51 
11 
66 

167 

170 
661 

54 
15 
25 
252 
23 
36 

15 
19 
39 
25 
19 
7 

28 
20 

101 
28 
38 

250 

8 
49 
19 
17 
22 
88 

32 
17 
113 
10 
10 
32 
54 

25 
41 
17 
7 
26 
14 
50 



1,393 
1,790 
2,774 
(D) 
8,030 
79,997 

13,836 

22,776 

2,129 

1,583 

(D) 

4,758 

(D) 

(D) 

2,422 

17,402 

336,457 

6,194 

774 
6,918 
9,239 
1,349 
3,473 
36,233 

3,656 
23,104 

2,422 

3,238 
11,610 

5,605 

1,035 
1,252 
1,840 
2,556 
5,035 
2,540 

7,344 
2,056 
6,854 
1,724 
1,116 
32,553 

5,682 

971 

9,526 

13,948 

16,405 
58,000 

2,851 
2,598 
2,710 
20,310 
2,560 
1,967 

1,004 
(D) 
3,155 
2,994 
1,099 
1,010 

5,749 
1,785 
2,403 
7,573 
2,395 
13,195 

(D) 
6,621 
1,932 
3,191 
3,541 
5,189 

4,646 
983 
53,405 
(D) 
1,316 
2,017 
4,246 

1,233 
2,916 
3,749 
(D) 
2,654 
2,122 
3,295 



35 
27 
46 
4 
33 
351 

63 
146 
43 
13 
6 
56 

7 

20 

17 

102 

314 

78 

11 
57 
43 

125 
39 
220 

442 

140 

28 

16 

176 

42 

38 
20 
26 
28 
53 
26 

36 
29 

LL4 

9 

17 

173 

79 

26 

133 

434 
249 
351 

123 
47 
U 

134 
39 
18 

18 
18 
79 
50 
53 
17 

36 
3 
84 
36 
71 
615 

26 
42 
29 
10 
197 
50 

58 
22 
130 
3 
15 
43 
59 

37 
19 
46 
5 
23 
21 
53 



Standard Notes: 
zero. 



(d) withheld to avoid disclosure. 



(NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. 



XJCX Not applicable . 



(Z) Less than $500. 



. . Represents 



UNITED STATES SUMMARY 



1-41 



Table IF. SELECTED SERVICES: 1954-UNlTED STATES, BY KIND OF BUSINESS AND CitY SIZE 

Establishments, Receipts, and Annual Payroll 



city slse 



Total, all cities 

Cities wlth--50O,0OC or more inhabitants 

250,000 to 1*99,999 Inhabitants. 
1 0,000 to 21i9,999 inhabitants. 
50,00c to 99,999 inhabitants... 
25,OOC to U9,999 inhabitants... 
10,000 to 2'»,999 Inhabitants... 

5,000 to 9,999 Inhabitants 

2,500 to 1»,999 inhabitants 

Less than 2,500 Inhabitants.... 



Total, all clUes , 

Cities wlth--500,000 or more inhabitants 

250,000 to 1+99,999 inhabitants, 
100,000 to 2119,999 Inhabitants. 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants... 
25,000 to 1>9,999 Inhabitants.., 
10,000 to 21<,999 Inhabitants... 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants 

2,500 to k,999 inhabitants 

Less than 2,500 Inhabitants 



Total, all cities 

Cities with — 500,000 or more Inhabitants... 
250,000 to 1*99,999 inhabitants 
100,000 to 21l9,999 Inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 Inhabitants.. 
25,000 to 1*9,999 inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 21*, 999 inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 Inhabitants 

2,500 to li,999 inhabitants 

Less than 2,500 inhabitants 



Total, all cities 

Cities with — 500,000 or iaor« inhabitants... 
250,000 to 1*99,999 inhabitants 
100,000 to 21*9,999 inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 Inhabitants.. 
25,000 to 1*9,999 Inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 21*, 999 Inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 Inhabitants 

2,500 to 1*,999 inhabitants 

Less than 2,500 Inhabitants... 



Total, all cities 

Cities with — 500,000 or more inhabitants... 
250,000 to 1*99,999 Inhabitants 
100,000 to 21*9,999 inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 to 1*9,999 inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 21*, 999 inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 Inhabitants 

2,500 to 1*,999 inhabitants 

Less than 2,500 inhabitants... 



Total , all cities 

Cities with — 500,000 or more Inhabitants... 
250,000 to 1*99,999 Inhabitants 
100,000 to 21*9,999 Inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 to 1*9,999 inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 21*, 999 Inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants 

2,500 to 1*,999 inhabitants 

Less than 2,500 inhabitants... 



Estab- 
lishments 
(Number) 



Receipts 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 



SEUKTED SERVICES, TOTAL 



785,589 
175. 581 
56,621* 
67.9Sa 
59 > 1 
60t397 
81 *«35 
56i711( 
146t506 
183l56i( 



23,508,019 
9,775,798 
2,03'*,0'*6 
2>016i292 
1 1 566 1 507 
1 1552.537 
1.715.015 
992 1 365 
691 i61t1 
5. 165,820 



6.533.715 
2,696,378 
610,859 
602t753 
5001259 
494f995 
461 »339 
251.26*1 
151.269 
76H,599 



Barber shops 



91 


122 


551 


934 


18 


805 


126 


289 


6 


1»?7 


41 


.839 


8 


318 


51 


707 


7 


190 


46 


691 


7 


135 


48 


616 


9 


697 


63 


451 


6 


821 


l»0 


636 


5 


988 


32 


022 


20 


7«1 


97 


683 



156.977 
39.081 
14.393 
ISiOSl 
14.292 
15.203 
19.115 
1 1.374 
7.803 
20.635 



Funeral service, crematories 



18.387 


744.348 


2.775 


157.929 


657 


50.016 


1.110 


66.649 


1.107 


65.325 


1 .295 


66.057 


2.220 


94.301 


1 .971f 


67.184 


1.891 


55.319 


5.358 


120.568 



126.904 
30.456 
1 1.698 
13.712 
13.014 
12.835 
15.614 
9.759 
7.270 
12.546 



Shoe repair ehops 



26.843 


166 


212 


7.619 


52 


245 


1.974 


15 


519 


2.464 


20 


149 


2.187 


17 


058 


a. 062 


16 


408 


a. 747 


20 


927 


1.923 


12 


852 


1.724 


10 


362 


4.KI1 


20 


662 



28.328 
8.788 
3.251 
4.202 
3.028 
2.616 
2.852 
1.373 
750 
1.468 



Cleaning, pressing, dyeing, garment 
repair , total 



76.251 
24.006 
6.294 
7.080 
6.138 
5.793 
7.425 
4.863 
3.837 
10.815 



1 .575.503 
455.255 
142.977 
158.550 
148.689 
137.066 
167.389 
101 .281 
74.602 
1 J9.694 



590.473 
158.735 
56.578 
63.088 
60.671 
55.774 
66.087 
38.298 
26.945 
64.297 



Garment repair, alteration 
(except fur) 



8.886 
2.791 
854 
1.083 
834 
810 
961 
471 
230 
852 



33.879 
13.641 
3.472 
3.741 
2. 683 
2.502 
2.686 
1 .599 
715 
2.840 



Eatab- 

llehments 

(Number) 



BecelptB 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 



PERSONAL SERVICES, TOTAL 



348 
87 
25 
31 
28 
27 
37 
25 
21 
63 



843 
810 
792 
545 
02 1 
786 

.274 
956 
434 

.225 



5.772.869 
1 .751.475 
553.716 
619. 104 
528.651 
502.304 
591 .203 
356.459 
251 .142 
618.815 



1 .960.442 
626,436 
212.940 
228.490 
191 .608 
180.014 
195.377 
106. I8& 
66.247 
153.145 



Beauty shops 



76.544 
15.446 
5.656 
6.922 
6.605 
6.739 
8.961 
6.258 
5.060 
14.897 



626.161 
182.541 
59.425 
64.064 
60.868 
58.459 
67.367 
38.010 
25. 137 
70.300 



207.693 
71 .559 
22.736 
22.802 
21 .344 
19.595 
20. 166 
9. 670 
5. 166 
14.455 



Photographic studios (including 
commercial photography) 



17.293 
4.418 
1 .334 
1 .650 
1 .438 
1 .535 
2.119 
1 .470 
1 .091 
2. 238 



334.055 
138.163 
32.087 
29.128 
26.417 
24.899 
28.696 
18.048 
1 1 .473 
25.144 



81 .420 
43.392 
7.959 
6.680 
6. 288 
5.263 
4.628 
2.375 
1 .247 
3.588 



Shoeshine parlors 



1 .595 

580 

196 

170 

154 

158 

188 

80 

33 

36 



6.4B0 
2.467 
750 
771 
640 
703 
707 
216 
77 
149 



1.126 

566 

155 

94 

90 

87 

90 

16 

4 

24 



Pressing, alteration, garment repair 
(except fur) 



45.612 
18.160 
4.117 
4.575 
3.542 
3. 167 
3.667 
2.040 
1 .434 
5.1 10 



410.307 
176.329 
33.501 
35.254 
29.498 
26.761 
i\ .627 
18.844 
12.872 
45.621 



66.764 
30.288 
5.236 
5.571 
4.480 
4.453 
4.908 
3, UB 
1 .923 
6.797 



Fur repair, storage 



5.353 


1 .439 


2.571 


766 


759 


109 


597 


158 


321 


136 


285 


105 


228 


84 


229 


33 


51 


1 1 


312 


37 



26.815 

15.234 

1 .718 

2.915 

2.485 

1 .471 

1 .305 

488 

439 

760 



5.887 
3.487 
377 
572 
548 
278 
297 
95 

no 

123 



Efltab- 

liahments 

(Number) 



Receipts 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 



Barber, beauty sbope, total 



169.684 
34,593 
12,262 
15.457 
13.931 
14.035 
18.870 
13.255 
1 1 .186 
36.095 



1 .205.875 
314.855 
107,054 
1 19,343 
109.451 
109.559 
133.B2B 
SI .021 
58.572 
172.192 



376.311 
1 13.206 
38,389 
39,551) 
36,429 
35,861 
40,615 
22,210 
13,443 
36*604 



Barber and beauty ehopa combined 



2.018 
342 
179 
217 
136 
161 
212 
176 
138 
457 



27.780 
6.025 
2.790 
3.572 
1.892 
2.484 
3.020 
2.375 
1.413 
4.209 



1 1.641 

2.566 

1.260 

1 .671 

793 

1 .063 

1,334 

966 

474 

1.514 



Shoe repair shops, shoeshine parlors, 
hat cleaning shops, total 



29.385 

8.559 
2.283 
2.769 
2.470 
2.327 
3.008 
2.022 
1 .763 
4,184 



201 .522 

58,605 
17,538 
22,173 
18,678 
I 7,894 
22.018 
13.341 
10.445 
20.830 



31.601 
10.425 
3.744 
4,554 
3,315 
2,834 
3,012 
1 .470 
754 
1 .493 



Hat cleaning shops 



947 

36U 

1 13 

135 

129 

107 

73 

19 

H 

7 



8.830 

3.893 

1 .239 

1 .253 

980 

783 

384 

273 

6 

19 



2. 147 

1.071 

338 

258 

197 

131 

70 

81 

1 



Cleaning, pressing shops, and 
Independent plant outlets 



36.726 
15.369 
3.263 
3.292 
2.708 
2.357 
2.706 
1 ,569 
1 ,204 
4,258 



376,428 
162,688 
30,029 
31.513 
26.815 
24.259 
28.941 
17,245 
12.157 
42.781 



61.431 
27.717 
4.477 
4.974 
4. 159 
4. 168 
4.680 
2,899 
I ,872 
6.485 



Cleaning, dyeing plants 



29.200 
5.080 
2.068 
2.547 
2.460 
2.521 
3.674 
2.790 
2.392 
5.668 



1 .138.381 
263.692 
107.758 
120.381 
1 15.706 
108.834 
134.457 
81 .949 
61 .291 
143.313 



517.802 
124.960 
50.965 
56.945 
55.643 
51.043 
60.882 
35.075 
24.912 
57.377 



Standard Notes: (D) Vlthheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $500. 



Represents zero. 



1-42 



SELECTED SERVICES -AREA STATISTICS 



Table IF. SELECTED SERVICES: 1954-UNITED STATES, BY KIND OF BUSINESS AND CITY SIZE-Continued 

Establishments, Receipts, and Annual Payroll 



Eetab- 

llshments 

(Number) 



Receipts 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 



Estab- 
lishments 
(Number) 



Receipts 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 



Estab- 
lishments 
(Number) 



Receipts 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 



Total, all cities 

Cities with--j00,0CX) or more inhabitants.... 
250,000 to ^99,999 inhabitants. 
loO,oOU to 21+9,999 inhabitants. 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants... 
25,000 to 1*9,999 inhabitants... 
10,OuO to 2U,999 Inhabitants... 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants 

2,500 to It, 999 inhabitants 

Less than 2,500 inhabitants.... 



Cleaning, dyeing plants (except 
rug cleaning)^ 



Rug cleaning, repairing plants 



Laundries, laundry services, total 



Total, all cities 

"Cities with — 500,000 or more inhabitants 

250,000 to ''99,999 inhabitants 
100,000 to 2^9,999 inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 to 1+9,999 inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 2l+,999 inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants 

2,500 to U,999 inhabitants 

Less than 2,500 inhabitants... 



Total , all cities 

Cities with — 500,000 or more inhabitants... 
250,000 to 1+99,999 inhabitants 
100,000 to 21+9,999 inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants . . 
25,o00 to 1+9,999 inhabitants.. 
10,OuO to 21+, 999 inhabitants.. 
5,00o to 9,999 inhabitants,... 

2,500 to l+,999 inhabitants 

Less than 2,500 inhabitants... 



Total, all cities 

Cities with--500,000 or more inhabitants 

250,000 to 1+99,999 inhabitants 
100,000 to 21+9,999 Inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 to 1+9 999 inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 21+, 999 inhabitants.. 

5, COO to 9,999 inhabitants 

2,500 to l+,999 inhabitants 

Less than 2,500 inhabitants 



Total, all cities 

Cities wit!l--500,00C or more inhabitants... 
250,000 to 1+99,999 inhabitants 
100,000 to 21+9,999 inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 to ^9,999 inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 21+, 999 inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants 

2,500 to l»,999 inhabitants 

Less than 2,500 inhabitants... 



Total, all cities 

Cities with--500,000 or more inhabitants... 
250,000 to 1+99,999 inhabitants 
100,000 to 21+9,999 Inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 to 1+9,999 inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 21+, 999 inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants 

2,500 to l+,999 inhabitants 

Less than 2,500 inhabitants... 



27l«23 
1I|582 
lt901 
2.337 
2«2'+2 
2.337 
3.178 
2.713 
2.358 
5tH75 



1 .086.815 
238.168 
101 .t71 
1 1 5 . 033 
1 11 .826 
105.962 
131 .566 
81 .320 
60.950 
140.519 



4^9.678 
I 15.301 
48 . 3 1 2 
55.166 
54.075 
50.263 
60.128 
34.966 
24.822 
56.645 



1 .777 
498 
167 
210 
218 
184 
196 
77 
34 
193 



51.566 

25.524 

6.287 

5.34B 

4.880 

2.872 

2.891 

629 

34 1 

2.794 



18. 124 
9.659 
2.653 

1 .779 
1 .566 
780 
754 
109 
90 
732 



10 
2 
2 
2. 
2. 
3 
2 
1 



269 
639 
099 
634 
313 
206 
036 
073 
502 
767 



I .604.782 

573.547 

192.244 

215.187 

154.433 

138.413 

139.1 13 

72.907 

37.985 

BO. 953 



726.763 
255.057 
91.494 
99.365 
7 1 . 023 
65.361 
64.290 
31 .671 
16.269 
32.233 



Power laundries, self-service 
laundries 



Power laundries^ 



Self-service laundries 



19.861 
4.795 
1.446 
1.890 
1.581 
1.595 
2.465 
1.787 
1 .324 
2.988 



1 .008.551 

285.531 

1 1 2 . 1 67 

130.982 

100.594 

102.394 

1 15.493 

63.921 

34.988 

62.481 



511. 969 
150.170 
59.439 
68.475 
51 .980 
53.268 
57.092 
29.380 
15.392 
26.773 



9.612 

1 .933 
764 
992 
857 
929 

1 .420 
962 
642 

1.113 



913.614 

257.029 

105.643 

121 .696 

93.225 

94.363 

1 04 . 7 1 2 

56.839 

30.074 

50.033 



498.817 
146.898 
58.493 
67.1 12 
50.906 
51 .950 
55.300 
28.337 
14.572 
25.249 



3.699 
818 
25B 
336 
298 
314 
449 
345 
280 
601 



52.479 
13.430 
3.846 
5.504 
4.619 
5.089 
6.555 
4.134 
2.862 
6.440 



13. 152 
3.272 

946 
1.363 
1 .074 
1 .318 
1.792 
1 .043 

820 
1.524 



Industrial laundries 



Linen supply 



Diaper service 



584 

208 

81 



157.203 

71 .1 15 

27.909 

21 .915 

11 .808 

1 1 .638 

4.033 

1 .656 

972 

6.157 



63.165 

30.71 1 

1 1.210 

8.077 

4.022 

4.435 

1 .560 

620 

338 

2.192 



1 .371 

462 

123 

182 

167 

161 

148 

56 

20 

52 



326.1 15 

146.402 

44.457 

54 . 67.8 

34.908 

19.058 

15.117 

4.457 

1.243 

5.795 



123.420 

57.747 

18.313 

20.500 

12.917 

6. 140 

4.490 

1 .039 

416 

1 .858 



36.397 

17.346 

4.271 

4.022 

3l8lS 

2.415 

1 .513 

(D) 

(Ul 

1 .963 



14.437 

7.085 

1.825 

1.507 

1 .455 

932 

569 

(D) 

(0> 

764 



Laundries (except power) 



Miscellaneous personal services, 
total 



Costume, dress suit rental 



8 


.072 


76 


516 


5 


.118 


53 


153 




410 


3 


440 




417 


3 


590 




442 


3 


309 




352 


2 


908 




358 


2 


957 




202 




(0) 




140 




(n) 




633 


4 


557 



13.772 
9.344 
707 
606 
648 
586 
579 

(d) 

(D) 
646 



7.574 
2.820 
863 
845 
624 
595 
596 
299 
164 
768 



106.784 
53.121 
1 1 .800 
8.074 
5.658 
8.416 
5.858 
2.677 
1 .746 
9.434 



25.970 

15. 164 

3.078 

1 .537 

858 

2.086 

1 . 131 

403 

319 

2.394 



515 
258 



16.638 

7.770 

1 .942 

1 .782 

1 .044 

101 

129 

120 

(D) 

220 



4.016 

1.907 

479 

340 

227 

(01 

10 

15 

(d) 



Turkish bath, massage parlors 



Rug, furniture cleaning on location 



Coin-operated service machine 
establishments 



2.265 
831 
221 
229 
185 
225 
187 
101 
52 
234 



13.589 

6.655 

1 .250 

1 .056 

775 

1 .369 

763 

373 

219 

1 .129 



2.797 

1.864 

218 

120 

68 

341 



551 
157 
62 
44 
40 
73 
68 
34 
8 



7.433 
3.474 
BO 3 
894 
332 
789 
461 
203 
49 
428 



.010 

.232 

262 

148 

48 

161 

59 

36 

2 

62 



443 
171 



19.022 

1 1 .808 

1 .481 

830 

1 .054 

(D) 

534 

270 

(D) 

2.22S 



3.564 

2.453 

229 

146 
163 
(D) 
lit 
23 
(D) 
331 



Miscellaneous personal services, n.e.c. 



enSINESS SERVICES (EXCEPT ACCOtTNIINO, 
AUDITINC;, BOOKKEEPING), TOTAL 



Advertising, total 



3.800 
1.393 

481 
448 
305 
245 
305 
138 
91 
394 



50.102 
23.414 
5.324 
3.512 
2.453 
2.001 
3.971 
1 .711 
1 .284 
5.432 



14.583 

7.708 

1 .890 

783 

352 

493 

897 

314 

275 

1.860 



88.561 
30.142 
7.857 
8.725 
7.052 
6.739 
7.950 
4.451 
2.991 
12.744 



6, 317, 524 

4.375.331 

515,855 

400.035 

221 .952 

179.854 

169.965 

89. 189 

34.772 

330.371 



1.463, 399 

925.809 

139,42 5 

1 13.262 

63.403 

48.133 

43.541 

31 .374 

6.899 

1 1 1 .555 



8.239 
3.554 
959 
895 
523 
547 
548 
282 
158 
553 



3.497.747 

2.931 .958 

218.574 

137.470 

61 .303 

50.016 

31 .665 

9.199 

3.732 

53.730 



402.143 

319.269 

28.476 

23. 136 

10.345 

7.949 

4.853 

1.656 

502 

5.957 



Standard Notes: lU) wnnncj.u vu avoid disclosure, (NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $500. ... Represents zero. 
^Includes receipts and payroll of plant-owned outlets. ^Data are for "employer" establishments only, and Include reealpts and payroll of plant-owned outlets. ^Data are for 
"employer" establishments only. 



UNITED STATES SUMMARY 



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Table IF. SELECTED SERVICES: 19'i4-UNITED STATES, BY KIND OF BUSINESS AND CITY SIZE-Continued 

Establishments, Receipts, and Annual Payroll 



city elB€ 



Total, an cities 

Cities -with — 500,000 or more inhabitants 

250,000 to hg9,')^ inhabitants. 
100,000 to 2119,999 inhabitants. 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants... 
25,000 to 1*9,999 inhabitants... 
10,000 to 21*, 999 inhabitants... 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants 

2,500 to '*,999 inhabitants 

Less than 2,500 inhablta.nts 



Total, all cities 

Cities with — 50c,000 or more Inhabitants.... 
250,000 to 1*99,999 inhabitants. 
100,000 to 2'*9,999 Inhabitants. 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants... 
25,000 to 1*9,999 inhabitants... 
10,000 to 21*, 999 Inhabitants... 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants 

2,500 to 1*,999 Inhabitants 

Less than 2,500 inhabitants.... 



Total, all cities 

Cities with — 500,000 or more inhabitants 

250,000 to 1*99,999 inhabitants. 
100,000 to 21*9,999 inhabitants. 
50,000 to 99,999 Inhabitants... 
25,000 to 1*9,999 inhabitants... 
10,000 to 21*, 999 Inhabitants... 

5,000 to 9,999 Inhabitants 

2,500 to 1*,999 inhabitants 

Less than 2,500 inhabitants 



Total, all cities 

Cities with — 500,000 or more inhabitants 

25i,,000 to 1*99,999 Inhabitants. 
100,000 to 21*9,999 inhabitants. 
50,000 to 99,999 Inhabitants... 
25,000 to 1*9,999 inhabitants... 
10,000 to 21*, 999 inhabitants... 

5,000 to 9,999 Inhabitants 

2,500 to 1*,999 inhabitants 

Less than 2,500 inhabitants 



Total, all cities •. 

Cities with — 500,000 or more inhabitants 

250,000 to 1*99,999 inhabitants. 
100,000 to 21*9,999 inhabitants. 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants... 
25,000 to 1*9,999 inhabitants... 
10,000 to 21*, 999 inhabitants... 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants 

2,500 to 1*,999 inhabitants 

Less than 2,500 Inhabitants.... 



Total , all cities 

Cities with — 500,000 or more inhabitants.... 
250,000 to 1*99,999 inhabitants. 
1X,000 to 21*9,999 Inhabitants. 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants... 
25,000 to 1*9,999 inhabitants... 
10,0C0 to 21*, 999 inhabitants... 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants 

2,500 to 1*,999 Inhabitants 

Less than 2,500 inhabitants.... 



Ketab- 

lishments 

(Number) 



Receipts 
{»1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 



Advertising agencies 



5t063 

2t661 

621 

550 

362 

263 

205 

9I» 

61 

21)3 



3.190l72« 

2.7651329 

181 .532 

101 .976 

43.650 

32.364 

17.331 

3.985 

1 .633 

41 .924 



307.802 

263.575 

18.099 

12.408 

5.168 

3.649 

1.458 

388 

137 

2.920 



Consumer, mercantile credit; adjust- 
ment, collection agencies 



5.220 
1 . 104 
542 
650 
576 
559 
770 
472 
234 
313 



226.647 

92.195 

36.184 

36. 195 

23.551 

14.364 

13.355 

5.036 

1 .904 

3.863 



1 12.541 

47.752 

19.060 

18.271 

1 1.633 

6.524 

5.475 

1.808 

576 

1.442 



Estab- 
lishments 
(Number) 



Receipts 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

(»1,000) 



Outdoor advertising services 



1 .307 
183 
109 
143 
144 
155 
21 1 
I 16 
69 
177 



172.327 
70. \}\ 
26.293 
25.229 

14.912 

10.454 

1 1 i360 

4.272 

1 .509 

8. 167 



53.390 
23.382 
7.660 
8. 157 
4.345 
3.359 
2.900 
1 .074. 
261 
2.252 



Private en5)loyment agencies 



Duplicating, addressing, mailing, 
stenographic services 



6 


.920 


173 


182 


2 


969 


1 13 


572 




708 


18 


125 




744 


13 


307 




581 


6 


702 




482 


4 


602 




531 


7 


255 




206 


4 


724 




195 


1 


371 




504 


3 


524 



62 


870 


1 .019 


46 


148 


398 


5 


275 


91 


3 


730 


152 


1 


768 


107 


1 


039 


106 


1 


510 


94 


2 


426 


20 




252 


10 




722 


41 



Diainfectlng, extermlnflting servicee 



3.270 


101 


U64 


716 


31 


1 14 


335 


13 


822 


435 


16 


662 


404 


12 


206 


311 


10 


.195 


405 


8 


143 


146 


2 


001 


83 


1 


014 


435 


5 


.907 



Business services, n.e.c, total 



51 
16. 



924 
761 
014 
574 
636 
672 
678 
915 
049 
625 



1 ,887,537 

921 .088 

190,5 32 

159.180 

97.788 

83.612 

98 . 4 1 4 

64 . 4 1 3 

23.828 

248.682 



692,630 
377.816 
65,057 
47.309 
28.234 
22.904 
25.883 
24.013 
4.448 
96.965 



Detective agencies 



1.123 

491 

158 

156 

80 

73 

69 

18 

12 

66 



60 . 350 

41 .935 

7.763 

5.279 
1 .557 
1 .136 
1 .061 
199 
130 
1 .280 



3.153 

1 .488 

402 

362 

248 

231 

152 

54 

36 

180 



62.897 

39.775 

7. 430 

5.404 

3.03B 

2.125 

1.25« 

679 

453 

2.73B 



24. 157 

16.761 

2.775 

1 .796 

763 

523 

289 

143 

192 

915 



Estab- 
lishments 
(Number) 



Receipts 
(♦1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 



Miscellaneous advertising 



869 


134 


696 


810 


95 


998 


226 


10 


849 


202 


10 


265 


1 17 


2 


74 1 


129 


6 


698 


132 


2 


974 


72 




942 


38 




590 


143 


3 


639 



40.951 

32.312 

2.717 

2.571 

832 

941 

495 

194 

104 

785 



News syndicates 



467 
191 
14 
33 
15 
29 



Blueprinting, photocopying services 



95.464 

52.439 

12.060 

13.720 

5.926 

5.31 1 

3.312 

362 

336 

1.998 



31 .349 

19.874 

3.459 

3.341 

1 .482 

1 .437 

92 1 

94 

53 

698 



Wlndcw cleaning 



39 


481 


4.231 


13 


456 


1 .635 


5 


548 


332 


5 


868 


489 


4 


549 


454 


4 


084 


407 


2 


561 


310 




548 


132 




219 


70 


1 


638 


401 



90. 125 

50.081 

8.889 

10.845 

5.055 

5. 143 

2.91 1 

1 .287 

725 

4. 189 



47.154 

29.400 

4.622 

5.733 

2.561 

1.930 

904 

334 

218 

1 .362 



Auctioneers' establishments 
(service only) 



1 .539 

185 

44 

57 

77 

102 

152 

173 

163 

585 



22.844 
7.71 1 
1.406 
1.302 
851 
975 
1 .853 
1 .515 
1.189 
6.032 



3.416 

2.236 

21 1 

155 

44 

29 

63 

103 

49 

526 



Interior decorating service 



41 


248 


2.944 


29 


885 


1 .213 


5 


343 


184 


3 


269 


229 




758 


155 




502 


225 




551 


280 




97 


157 




48 


88 




785 


412 



43.107 
20.818 
2.943 
3.126 
2. 155 
3.230 
3.638 
1 .754 
534 
4.908 



4.972 
2.471 
550 
408 
325 
374 
361 
173 
50 
459 



92.368 
88.017 
209 
1 .709 
581 
440 
402 
251 
165 
493 



20.093 

19.414 

42 

414 

64 

59 

28 

13 

1 

5B 



Services to dwellings, other 
buildings, total 



11.719 
3.577 
1 .127 
1 .315 
1 .265 
1.113 
1 .145 
472 
274 
1 .431 



281 .482 

1 35.285 

32.641 

33.050 

22.963 

19.384 

14.308 

4,525 

2.982 

15.343 



137.615 

78.775 

15.279 

15.265 

9.1 14 

7. 598 

4.582 

1.231 

875 

4. ?97 



Miscellaneous services to dwellings, 
other buildings 



.218 
.225 
460 
391 
407 
395 
430 
194 
121 
595 



90.293 
55.091 
9.930 
5.543 
4.702 
4.046 
3.254 
1 .237 
1 .243 
5.247 



50.971 

35.909 

5. 109 

2.664 

1 .904 

1 .684 

1.117 

349 

438 

1 .797 



Coin-operated machine rental, 
repair services 



482 
121 
43 
47 
35 
36 
51 
57 
20 
71 



8.286 

2.557 

1.114 

784 

597 

449 

694 

511 

198 

1 .282 



1.677 

595 

197 

157 

252 

72 

69 

40 



Photoflnlshing laboratories 



1 .719 
534 
174 
195 
166 
156 
181 
85 
49 
168 



168,864 

70.218 

(D) 

17.151 

9.817 

8.957 

7.208 

3.409 

(D) 

7.274 



51,766 
23. 129 

(D) 
4.81 1 
2.584 
2. 875 
1.709 
682 
(D) 
1.828 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $500. 



Represents zeru. 



1-44 



SELECTED SERVICES -AREA STATISTICS 



Table IF. SELECTED SERVICES: 1954-UNITED STATES, BY KIND OF BUSINESS AND CITY SIZE-Continued 

Establishments, Receipts, and Annual Payroll 



city alae 



Efftab- 
llshments 
(Number) 



Receipts 
(♦1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 



Eatab- 

liehmente 

(Number) 



Receipts 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 



E6tab- 

llshments 
(Number) 



Receipts 
(11,000) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

(»1,000) 



Total, all cities 

Cities with--300,000 or more inhabitants.... 
250,000 to U99,999 inhabitants. 
100,000 to 2!»9,999 Inhabitants. 
:>0,0oo to 99,999 inhabitants... 
25,000 to 1*9,999 inhabitants... 
io,UOo to 211,999 inhabitants... 

5,000 to 9,999 Inhabitants 

2,500 to U,999 Inhabitants 

Less than 2,500 Inhabitants.... 



Sign painting shops 



Telephone answering service 



Window display service 



Total, all cities 

Cities wlth--500,000 or more inhabitants 

250,000 to '*99,999 inhabitants. 
100,000 to 21*9,999 inhabitants. 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants... 
25,000 to 1*9,999 inhabitants... 
10,000 to 21+, 999 inhabitants... 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants 

2,500 to 1*,999 inhabitants 

Less than 2,500 inhabitants.... 



Total, all cities 

Cities wlth--500,000 or more Inhabitants 

250,000 to 1*99,999 inhabitants 
100,000 to 21*9,999 Inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 to 1*9,999 inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 21*, 999 inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants 

2,500 to 1*,999 inhabitants 

Less than 2,500 inhabitants... 



Total, all cities 

Cities with — 500,000 or more inhabitants... 
250,000 to 1*99,999 inhabitants 
100,000 to 21*9,999 inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 to 1*9,999 inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 21*, 999 inhabitants.. 
5,000 to 9,999 Inhabitants.... 

2,500 to 1*,999 inhabitants 

Less than 2,500 inhabitants... 



Total, all cities 

Cities wlth--500,000 or more inhabitants... 
250,000 to 1*99,999 inhabitants 
100,000 to 21*9,999 inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 to 1*9,999 inhabitants.. 
1;,000 to 21*, 999 inhabitants.. 

>,0o0 to 9,999 Inhabitants 

2,500 to 1*,999 inhabitants 

Less than 2,500 inhabitants... 



Total, all cities 

cities with — 500,000 or more Inhabitants 

250,000 to 1*99,999 inhabitants, 
100,000 to 21*9,999 Inhabltants- 
50,000 to 99,999 Inhabitants.. 
25,000 to 1*9,999 inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 21*, 999 inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 Inhabitants 

2,500 to 1*,999 Inhabitants 

Less than 2,500 Inhabitants... 



5.703 
1.276 
U52 
607 
559 
560 
749 
453 
215 
802 



68.963 
23.143 
6.609 
8.178 
6.62S 
6.895 
6.523 
3.217 
1.525 
6.265 



17.537 
7.270 
1.972 
2.179 
1 .566 
1.709 
1.164 
428 
194 
1.055 



1.171 

362 

92 

149 

130 

136 

107 

27 

10 



27.476 

13.979 

3.090 

3.202 

1 .952 

1.896 

1.590 

190 

1 15 

1.464 



12.968 

7.027 

1 .532 

1 .*I94 

870 

752 

673 

59 

47 

514 



1 .101 
529 
87 
101 
77 
71 
49 
25 
22 
141 



17.660 

10.027 

(D) 

1 .545 

6l>J 

576 

437 

152 

(D) 

1 .210 



3.963 

2.441 

(D) 

JIS 

64 

89 

91 

6 

(D) 

179 



Other business services, n.e.c. 



ADTCM(»ILE REPAIR SERVICES, 
GARAGES, TOTAL 



AutonK)blle repair, total 



36.042 
12.029 
2.780 
3.033 
2.356 
2.302 
3.041 
1.919 
1 .440 
7.142 



1 .469.965 

730.700 

121 .739 

1 13.613 

73.457 

59.498 

75.400 

53.466 

1 8 . 1 25 

218.967 



555.083 
302.762 
41.087 
34.521 
21.760 
16.502 
21.202 
22.425 
3.495 
91.329 



94.342 
16.123 
7.513 
8.801 
7.410 
7.347 
9.953 
6.866 
5.379 
24.950 



.222.672 
626.940 
231.670 
256.235 
163.822 
156.306 
182.148 
107.497 
78.743 
399.309 



487.655 
165.847 
59.736 
63. 142 
43.855 
34.327 
35.095 
18.156 
1 1 .505 
55.992 



79,709 
10.372 
5.374 
6.657 
6.018 
6.321 
9.203 
6.566 
5.195 
23.991 



1 .589.120 
302.478 
138.508 
166.344 
143.147 
130.695 
164. 77B 
101 .863 
75.094 
3661213 



336.387 
83.533 
35.699 
42.622 
34.463 
29. 151 
31.802 
17.147 
1 1.033 
50.937 



General automobile repair shops 



Battery, Ignition repair and 
service 



Glass replacement, repair 



53.738 
6.324 
3.420 
3.962 
3.730 
3.810 
5.728 
4.108 
3.490 

19.146 



962.725 
157.257 
77 . 032 
85.782 
78.290 
69.873 
92.553 
59.451 
47.666 
284.722 



179.354 
42.535 
1 8 1 1 95 
20.139 
16.986 
13.933 
16.238 
9.275 
6.521 
35.531 



1 .591 
263 
135 
165 
172 
195 
288 
129 
85 
158 



40.202 
5.349 
4.504 
5. 1 13 
5.596 
4.727 
6.959 
2.606 
1.657 
2.469 



6.064 


1.026 


1 .242 


243 


1 .077 


93 


1 .226 


121 


1.21 1 


100 


981 


109 


1 .248 


144 


483 


91 


251 


32 


345 


93 



37.190 
12.790 
4.053 
4.916 
3.581 
3.730 
3.496 
1 .536 
615 
2.461 



7.717 
3.255 
865 
910 
726 
545 
575 
195 
103 
433 



Paint shops 



Radiator repair shops 



Tire repair shops 



1.965 
312 
186 
247 
182 
174 
250 
163 
107 
344 



43.260 
11 .272 
4.855 
5.165 
3.761 
3.342 
4.360 
2.140 
1 .376 
5.986 



13.375 

4.275 

1 .514 

1.939 

1.092 

990 

1.058 

531 

312 

1.563 



2.749 
318 
162 
246 
236 
315 
503 
390 
248 
328 



44.602 
9.361 
4.037 
5.016 
4.933 
5.403 
5.210 
3.361 
2. 128 
3.131 



9 


399 


2.444 


2 


.520 


302 




.04 1 


181 




.589 


203 




.158 


173 




.047 


192 




.024 


267 




370 


297 




198 


244 




452 


565 



79.537 
8.737 
6.21 1 
6.017 
6.734 
5.977 

11 .754 

10.213 
6.040 

14.954 



13.001 
1 .316 
1 . 168 
997 
1.302 
1.306 
1.860 
1.515 
1 I 150 
1.667 



Top and body repair 



Automobile repair, n.e.c. 



Brake repair shops 



1.715 


253 


757 


1.717 


56 


189 


742 


22 


595 


1 .138 


32 


520 


966 


27 


864 


1.069 


25 


303 


1.404 


28 


569 


1 .083 


17 


330 


833 


11 


496 


2.763 


4) 


890 



73.394 
18.113 
6.987 
10.193 
6.729 
7.412 
7.649 
3.903 
2.153 
8.255 



4.481 
893 
455 
564 
457 
455 
599 
507 
156 
594 



1 17.746 
30,523 
15.210 
19.812 
12.388 
I 1.340 
10.775 
5.004 
2.1 14 
10.560 



32.083 
9.76b 
4.751 
5.629 
3.259 
2.837 
2.150 
875 
345 
2.471 



915 

207 

94 

122 

120 

105 

105 

50 

13 

98 



i\ .506 
6.379 
4.537 
6.495 
3.551 
3.539 
1 .900 
1 ,182 
390 
1 ,533 



8,323 

2,719 

1.427 

1,579 

877 

786 

319 

213 

60 

343 



Wheel, axle, spring repair shops 



Other automobile repair shops, n.e.c. 



Automobile storage, parking, total 



1.068 
178 
91 

174 
123 
144 
166 
75 
29 
88 



38.150 
10.622 
4.555 
7.382 
4.365 
3.777 
3.6U3 
1 .442 
367 
1 .977 



12.610 

4.030 

1.719 

2.582 

1.309 

1.100 

942 

299 

95 

534 



2.498 
506 
270 
268 
214 
207 
327 
182 
1 14 
408 



46.090 
1 1.522 
5. 1 16 
5.935 
4.452 
4.024 
5,232 
2,360 
1 .357 
7.070 



1 1 . 1 So 

3.017 

1 .605 

1 .468 

1 ,073 

951 

889 

353 

I 90 

1 ,594 



8,572 

3,915 

1 .450 

1 .348 

774 

491 

227 

65 

36 

256 



292.170 

176.472 

46.554 

36,780 

16,130 

6.996 

3.060 

819 

436 

4.923 



84.910 
52.926 

13.661 

10,372 

4,271 

1 ,548 

703 

194 

110 

1,013 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. (2) Leas than $500. 



Represents zero. 



UNITED STATES SUMMARY 



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Table IF. SELECTED SERVICES: 1954-UNITED STATES, BY KIND OF BUSINESS AND CITY SIZE-Continued 

Establishments, Receipts, and Annual Payroll 



city size 



Estab- 
lishments 
(Number) 



Receipts 
(♦1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 



Estab- 
lishments 
(Number) 



Receipts 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

C*1,000) 



Estab- 
lishments 
(Number) 



Receipts 
(♦1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire year 

($1,000) 



Total, all cities 

Cities vlUi--500,000 or more inhabitants.... 
250,000 to 1+99,999 inhabitants. 
100,000 to 2U9,999 Inhabitants. 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants... 
25,000 to ^9,999 inhabitants... 
10,000 to 2lt,999 inhabitants... 

5,000 to 9 999 Inhabitants 

2,500 to it,999 Inhabitants 

Lees than 2,500 inhabitants.... 



Parking structures, storage garages 



Parking lots 



Automobile, truck rentals 
(without drivers) 



Total, all cities 

Cities wlth--500,000 or more inhabitants... 
250,000 to 1*99,999 inhabitants 
100,000 to 21*9,999 inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 to 1»9.999 Inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 2l+,999 inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants 

2,500 to It, 999 Inhabitants 

Less than 2,500 inhabitants... 



Total, all cities 

Cities vith--500,000 or moic inhabitants... 
250,000 to 1*99,999 inhabitants 
100,000 to 2^9,999 inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 to 1*9,999 Inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 21,999 inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants 

2,500 to It, 999 Inhabitants 

Less than 2,500 inhabitants.... 



Total, all cities 

Cities with--500,000 or more inhabitants... 
25u,000 to 1*99 999 inhabitants 
100,000 to 2i*9,999 inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.., 
25,000 to 1*9,999 inhabitants.., 
10,000 to 21*, 999 inhabitants.., 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants 

2,500 to 1*,999 inhabitants..... 
Less than 2,500 inhabitants 



Total, all cities , 

Cities with— 500,000 or more inhabitants 

250,000 to 1*99,999 inhabita.nts, 
100,000 to 21*9,999 inhabitants. 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.., 
25,000 to 1*9,999 inhabitants.., 
10,000 to 2lt,999 inhabitants,., 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants 

2,500 to I*, 999 inhabitants 

Less than 2,500 inhabitants 



Total , all cities , 

Cities with--500,000 or more Inhabitants..., 
250,000 to 1*99,999 inhabitants, 
100,000 to 21*9,999 Inhabitants, 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.., 
25,000 to 1*9,999 inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 21*, 999 inhabitants.., 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants 

2,500 to 1*,999 Inhabitants 

Less than 2,500 Inhabitants..., 



2i317 


1'49 


098 


IttSZ 


103 


240 


237 


19 


068 


222 


13 


.878 


165 


7 


U27 


62 


2 


.159 


53 


1 


266 


25 




330 


1 1 




244 


91 


1 


.486 



47.147 
33.133 

6.145 

4.479 

2.158 

5B3 

295 

68 

63 

223 



6.255 

2.463 

1 .213 

1 .126 

609 

429 

175 

40 

25 

175 



143.072 
73.232 

27.486 

22.902 

e.703 

4.837 

1.794 

489 

192 

3.437 



37.763 

19.795 

7.536 

5.893 

2.113 

1 .065 

408 

1 16 

47 

790 



2.872 
802 
341 
378 
31 1 
231 
236 
111 
73 
389 



277.604 

122.336 

37 .909 

44.822 
18.263 
13.801 
10.562 
3.674 
2.344 
23.893 



4U.930 

18.688 

6.596 

6.779 

2.602 

1.589 

1.258 

477 

243 

2*698 



Autom.blle services (except 
repair), total 



Automobile laundries 



Automobile services, a.e.c. 



3. 189 

1.034 
346 
40B 
307 
304 
287 
122 
75 
304 



53.778 
25.654 
8.699 
8.289 
6.282 
4.815 
3.748 
1 tl41 
869 
4.280 



25.428 

10.698 

3.760 

3.369 

2.519 

1.939 

1.332 

348 

1 19 

1.344 



1 .557 
537 
174 
225 
197 
172 
149 
59 
40 
104 



43.554 

15.198 

5.959 

6.209 

5. 124 

3.754 

2.646 

550 

54 1 

2.471 



19.949 
7.660 
2.844 
2.914 
2.254 
1 .727 
1 .155 
266 
99 
1 .030 



1 .532 

497 
174 
183 
1 10 
132 
138 
63 
35 
200 



20.224 
9.456 
2.740 
2.080 
1 .156 
1 .062 
1 .100 
491 
328 
1 .809 



5.479 

3.038 

916 

455 

265 

212 

177 

82 

20 

314 



haSCELUNEOVS REPAIR SERVICES, TOIAL 



Watch, clock. Jewelry repair 



Upholstery, furniture repair 



1 13. 

22. 

8. 

10. 

a. 

8 

12. 

8. 



429 
242 
153 
107 
529 
824 
342 
522 
793 
717 



1.795.758 
500.350 
166. 183 
182.661 
164.983 
137.478 
170.664 
97.902 
68 . 092 
307.435 



455.055 
148.543 
47.207 
48.008 
46.245 
33.420 
35.936 
18.735 
10.674 
66.188 



1 1 .246 

3.661 

955 

1 .241 

959 

886 

952 

629 

467 

1 .476 



85.359 
33.95B 

9.bl0 
10.645 
7. 167 
5.806 
5.309 
3.280 
2.299 
8.085 



12.325 

5.901 

1 .904 

1 .702 

922 

567 

316 

210 

Si 
622 



13.305 
3.139 

963 
1 .304 
1.131 
1 .131 
1 .554 
1.112 

652 
2.319 



182.564 
52.955 
14.839 
19.903 
15.213 
13.390 
17.425 
10.385 
4.604 
23.838 



39.025 
14.999 
3.705 
4.933 
3.413 
2.496 
3. 177 
I .502 
571 
4.229 



Electrical repair shops, total 



Radio, television repair shops 



Refrigerator service, repair shops 



32,164 


472, 357 


6,263 


144,069 


2,616 


46,806 


3,119 


50,409 


2,6 36 


38,798 


1 ,890 


17,825 


3.556 


44*942 


2.564 


27.505 


4.303 


80,256 


6.823 


61 .227 



94, 135 

39,450 

10,492 

10,873 

7,428 

1,428 

6.750 

3.123 

17, 320 

6.871 



22.324 
4.550 
1 .823 
2.125 
1 .933 
I .610 
2.564 
1 .678 
1 .297 
5.043 



307.922 
83.152 
28.275 
33. 150 
28.561 
28.140 
3I.B9B 
18*081 
12*611 
44.053 



60.739 


5.037 


21 .835 


919 


6.695 


451 


7.398 


531 


5.753 


378 


5.784 


43B 


5*204 


559 


2*095 


488 


95U 


28B 


5*01 1 


875 



84*179 
29*550 
0.4B5 
8. 153 
6.076 
7.20O 
8.646 
5.149 
2.709 
8.203 



16*075 

8.6B3 

1.533 

I .356 

927 

96 3 

1.063 

539 

282 

730 



Other electrical repair shops, n.e.c. 



Blacksmith shops 



Miscellaneous repair shops, total 



4,303 
794 
342 
462 
325 
339 
433 
398 
305 
905 



80,256 
31,367 
10,045 
9,106 
4, 161 
5.428 
4*398 
4.275 
2,505 
8.971 



17,320 

8,9 32 

2,264 

2, 1 19 

748 

973 

483 

489 

182 

1.130 



5.624 
175 
99 
121 
157 
191 
396 
453 
539 

3.692 



39.285 
1 .958 
558 
1 .174 
1 .472 
1 .643 
3.495 
3.395 
4.375 

21 . 105 



5.1 15 
439 
1 10 
33 1 
190 
289 
627 
562 
693 

1 .874 



50,890 
9,004 
3.510 
4, 322 
3.736 
4.029 
5.772 
3.864 
3,246 

13.407 



,015.193 

257, 399 

94,070 

100,530 

102,333 

75.863 

99.492 

53.337 

38,989 

193.180 



304 


456 


87 


854 


30 


996 


30 


169 


34 


292 


22 


248 


25 


066 


13 


338 


7 


901 


52 


592 



Armature rewinding, electric motor 
repair and rebuilding 



Bicycle repair shops 



Leather goods repair shops 



2,684 


174,795 


514 


59.914 


233 


17.481 


305 


29.358 


267 


19.266 


321 


1 4 * 1 06 


405 


18*389 


224 


5.274 


117 


4,816 


298 


8*389 



58,954 
21 ,903 
5,945 
9.773 
6.244 
4*284 
5*522 
1.264 
1 ,585 
2.434 



561 
1 18 
35 
50 
57 
59 
100 
54 
36 
52 



4.797 
1 . 109 
328 
453 
585 
525 
852 
351 
169 
425 



399 
96 
29 
67 
54 
40 
58 



393 

146 
32 
26 
24 
12 
33 
10 



3.275 

1 .428 

545 

151 

179 

75 

227 

121 

4B 

502 



758 

428 
193 
28 
35 
14 
15 
IS 



40 



Standard Notes. 'D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified, XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $500. 



Represents zero. 






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SELECTED SERVICES —AREA STATISTICS 



Table IF. SELECTED SERVICES: 1954-UNITED STATES, BY KIND OF BUSINESS AND CITY SIZE-Continued 

Establishments, Receipts, and Annual Payroll 



city size 



Estab- 
lishments 
(Number) 



Receipts 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 



Estab- 
lishments 
(Number) 



Receipts 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 



Estab- 
lishments 
(Number) 



Receipts 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 



Total, ill cities 

Cities ulth — 500,000 or more Inhabitants,... 
250,000 to 1*99,999 InhaMtnnts. 
100,000 to 2119,999 inhabltento. 
50,000 to 99,999 Inhabitants... 
25,000 to '19,999 inhabitants... 
.10;000 to 2ll,999 inhabitants.. . 

5,000 to 9,999 Inhabitants 

2,500 to li,999 Inhabitants 

Less than 2,500 Inhabitants 



Locksmith, gunsmith shops 



Musical Instrument repair 



Repair shops, n.e.c. 



Total, all cities 

Cltids '.rith — 500,000 or oore inhabitants 

2^,0<X' to ''99,999 inhabitants 
100,000 to 2lt9,999 inhabitants, 
50,000 to 99,999 Inhabitants.. 
25,000 to 1(9,999 inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 2'i,999 inhabitants.., 

5,CX)0 to 9,999 inhabitants 

2,500 to '(,999 Inhabitants 

Less than 2,500 inhabitants 



Total, all cities , 

Cities vrtth~500,000 or more Inhabitants 

250,.00O to 1*99,999 inhabitants, 
100,000 to 21*9,999 inhabitants, 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 to '*9,999 inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 2l*,999 inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants. 

2, SXl to It, 999 inhabitants 

Less than 2,500 inhabitants 



Total, all cities 

Cities vlth--500,000 or more inhabitants 

250,000 to 1*99,999 Inhabitants, 
100,000 to 21*9,999 Inhabitants, 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.., 
25,000 to 1*9,999 inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 211,999 inhabitants.., 
5,000 to 9,099 Inhabitants.... 
2, 500 to 1*,999 Inhabitants.... 
less than 2, fOO inhabitants... 



Total, all cities , 

Cities vith — 500,000 or more inhabitants.. 
250,000 to 1*99,999 inhabitant: 
100,000 to 21*9,999 Inhabitant: 
50,000 to 99,999 Inhabitants. 
25,000 to 1*9,999 inhabitants. 
10,000 to 21*, 999 inhabitants. 
5,000 to 9,999 i-nhabltants... 
2,500 to lt,999 Inhabitants... 
Loss than 2,500 Inhabitants.. 



Total, all cities 

Cities with — 500,000 or raoi^ Inhabitants.., 
250,000 to 1*99,999 Inhabitant; 
100,000 to 21*9,99° inhabitant; 
50,000 to 99,999 Inhabitants., 
25,000 to 1*9,999 Inhabitant!!.. 
10,000 to 2'*, 999 Inhabitants., 
5,000 to 9,999 Inhabitants..., 
2,500 to 1*,999 Inhabitants.... 
Less than 2,500 inhabitants... 



llSOl 
486 
150 
1S9 
208 
160 
207 
88 
81 
232 



16 



161 
51123 
1 .716 
2l38n 
1 .939 
1 .327 
1 .315 
522 
273 
1 .262 



393 


2.972 


985 


641 


365 


268 


457 


293 


249 


292 


144 


334 


63 


370 


48 


183 


1 


124 


81 


467 



16.454 
5. 103 
1 .670 
1 .731 
I .506 
1 .354 
1 .755 
900 
U53 
1 .982 



2. 100 
1 .037 
191 
191 
ISO 
160 
102 
69 
10 
160 



42.479 
7.099 
2.792 
3.459 
2,888 
3.143 
4.657 
3.305 
2.874 

12.262 



799.510 
1O6.420 
72.330 
66.453 
78.858 
58.476 
76.954 
46. 169 
33.230 
160.620 



239.842 
63.405 
24.273 
19.653 
27.530 
17.606 
19.296 
I 1.924 
6.302 
49.853 



Lawnmower, saw, Icnlfe, tool sharpen- 
ing and repair shops 



Typewriter repair shops 



Welding repair shops 



2.746 
550 
231 
278 
223 
279 
291 
184 
155 
575 



29.498 
9.1 14 
3.127 
3.047 
3.154 
2.089 
2.413 
1 .255 
910 
4.389 



7.032 
2.985 
796 
560 
911 
365 
400 
226 
104 
685 



775 
271 
80 
67 
74 
55 
106 
49 
13 



10.249 

4.207 

1 .23b 

931 

924 

937 

1.067 

255 

135 

555 



2.391 

1 .108 

316 

198 

189 

223 

222 

35 

12 

88 



9.244 
614 
339 
522 
498 
646 

1 .180 
974 
898 

3.573 



139.808 

18.221 

8.728 

9.498 

9.765 

1 1 .251 

20.330 

12.324 

10.949 

38.742 



iit 1 19 
6.351 

3.087 
2.692 
2.806 
2.709 
4.040 
2.423 
I .907 
6.504 



Other repair shops, n.e.c. 



AMUSEMENT, RECRZATION SERVICES 
(INCLUDING MOTION PICTURES) TOtAL 



Motion picture theaters, total 



29.714 
5.684 
2. 142 
2.592 
2.093 
2.163 
3.080 
2.098 
1 .808 
8.054 



619.955 
154.878 
59.237 
52.977 
65.015 
44. 199 
53.144 
32.335 
21 .236 
1 36.934 



197.300 
52.961 
20.074 
16.203 
23.624 
14.309 
14.034 
9.240 
4.279 
42.576 



73,352 
12,689 
4.516 
5.343 
4.532 
5.286 
7.043 
5.305 
4.748 
23.890 



4, 372 
1 ,596 
335 
315 
251 
324 
373 
204 
145 
826 



497 
,912 
017 
.044 
025 
372 
810 
386 
.096 
335 



1,251,635 

494, 320 

76.587 

/0.734 

87.806 

127.162 

92.580 

44.814 

29.922 

227.710 



18, 491 

1 ,7Q4 

740 

983 

883 

1 .055 

1 .813 

1 .716 

1 .755 

7.752 



1,407. 151 
344.272 
102.630 
129.104 
1 09 . 3 1 8 
121 .064 
155.658 
100.849 
74.155 
269.901 



289,564 
78,492 
22. 191 
26.525 
22.586 
24.798 
31. 106 
20.270 
14.443 
49.252 



Motion picture theaters (except 
drive-in) 



Drtve-in motion picture theaters 



Motion picture production, distri- 
bution, services, total 



14,716 

1,760 

579 

867 

778 

936 

1.591 

1 .518 

1 .544 

5.053 



, 179. 371 
337.003 

94.745 
1 16.597 

97.973 
1 1 1 .314 
140.352 

89.828 

64.598 
126.961 



247, 476 
77, 400 
20.748 
24.015 
20.502 
22.950 
28.399 
18.262 
12.745 
22.455 



34 
51 
116 
105 
119 
232 
198 
21 1 
2.699 



227.780 

7.269 

8.085 

12.507 

1 1 .545 

9.750 

15.306 

1 1 . 02 1 

9.557 

142.940 



42.188 
1 .092 
1 .445 
2.51 1 
2.084 
1 .846 
2.707 
2.006 
1 .696 

26.797 



2.352 

1 .407 

276 

184 

B2 

144 

63 

22 

15 

159 



944,638 

722,968 

101 .934 

52.770 

9.600 

31 .612 

9.578 

582 

161 

15.313 



367,502 

232,155 

15.414 

6. 126 

30.651 

50.848 

5.079 

235 

41 

28r952 



Motion picture production^ 



Motion picture production other 
than for television 



Motion picture production for 
television 



775 
488 
29 
26 
35 
89 
19 



136,955 

97,671 

5. l9o 

1 .136 

5. 486 

(D) 

3,162 

105 

(D) 

9.869 



230,265 

125.348 

1.146 

459 

29,558 

(D) 

774 

103 

(d) 

26.593 



541 

332 

19 



75,607 

50,708 

2.202 

525 

(D) 

101 

(D) 

(D) 

10) 

5.421 



201 ,517 
104.726 
837 
287 
(D) 
(Ul 
(D) 
(D) 
lOl 
24.338 



234 
156 



61 .348 

46.963 

996 

51 1 

lU) 

6.762 

101 

(01 

(01 

4.448 



28.748 

21 .622 

309 

IS2 

101 

3.494 

101 

lUI 

(0) 

2.2S5 



Motion picture distribution 



Motion picture film exchanges other 
than for television 



. picture film exchanges for 
television 



.156 

655 

209 

135 

28 

34 

28 

13 



673,904 

512,897 

96.067 

51 .303 

1 .634 

8.016 

(D) 

(D) 

135 

2.368 



35,909 

64,625 

13.217 

5.507 

282 

1.016 

(D) 

(D) 

37 

760 



798 


625 


982 


454 


481 


581 


157 


86 


621 


105 


49 


922 


18 


1 


513 


17 


3 


810 


19 




(U) 


4 




10) 


6 




80 


18 


1 


644 



73, 150 

56,853 

9.916 

4.954 

223 

502 

101 

ID) 

22 

573 



24.052 

19.891 

138 

10) 

3.844 



(D) 



3.786 

3.330 

9 

10) 

400 



(D) 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (HA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $500. ... Represents zero. 

^Receipts of motion picture producers include only receipts from film rentals received directly from exhibitors, receipts from outright soles of films, and miscellaneous receipts 
other than from rilm rentals. Neither receipts from Independent distributors, nor receipts from company-owned distributor officea are Included in receipts of motion picture pro- 
ducers. 

^Includes receipts frcan export operations. 



UNITED STATES SUMMARY 



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Table IF. SELECTED SERVICES: 1934-UNlTED STATES, BY KIND OF BUSINESS AND CITY SIZE-Continued 

Establishments, Receipts, and Annual Payroll 



Clly size 



Estab- 
lishments 
(Number) 



Receipts 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 



Estab- 
lishments 
(Number) 



Receipts 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 



Estab- 
lishments 
(Number) 



Receipts 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 



Total, all cities 

Cities vith — pOC,OOC or more inhabitants 

250,000 to l<99,999 inhabitants. 
100,000 to 2^9,999 Inhailtants. 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants. . . 
25,000 to 119,999 inhabitants... 
10,000 to 24,999 inhabitants... 

5,0G<j to 9,999 inhabitants 

2,500 to U,999 Inhaoita-its 

Less than 2,500 inhabitants 



Services allied to motion picture 
distribution 



Services allied to motion picture 
production 



Billiard and pool parlors, 
bowling alleya, total 



Total, all cities 

(^ties vlth — 500,000 or more inhabitants... 
250,000 to 1*99,999 inhabitants 
100,000 to 2U9,999 inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 to 1*9,999 inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 2lt,999 inhabitants.. 
5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants.... 

2,500 to li,999 inhabitants 

Less than 2,500 inhabitants... 



Total, all cities 

Cities vith"500,000 or more inhabitants... 
250,000 to 1*99,999 Inhabitants 
100,000 to 21*9,999 Inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 to 1*9,999 inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 2lt,9^ inhabitants.. 
5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants.... 
2, 500 to 1*,999 inhabitants.... 
Less than 2,500 inhabitants... 



Total, aU cities , 

Cities vlth— 500,000 or more inhabitants 

250,000 to 1*99,999 Inhabitants, 
100,000 to 21*9,999 inhabitants. 
50,000 to 99,999 Inhabitants... 
25,000 to 1*9,999 Inhabitants... 
10,000 to 21*, 999 inhabitants... 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants 

2,500 to li,999 inhabitants 

Less than 2,500 inhabitants.... 



Total, all cities 

Cities vlth — 500,000 or more inhabitants... 
250,000 to 1*99,999 inhabitants 
100,000 to 21*9,999 Inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 to 1*9,999 inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 21*, 999 Inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants 

2, 500 to 1*,999 Inhabitants. 

Less than 2,500 Inhabitants... 



Total , all cities 

Cities vith — 500, OGO or more inhabitants... 
250,000 to 1*99,999 inhabitants 
100,000 to 21*9,999 inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 to 1*9,999 inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 21*, 999 inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants 

2,500 to 1*,999 Inhabitants 

l£ss than 2,50^ Inhabitants... 



27 *» 

139 

18 

29 

TO 

7 

9 

9 

3 

20 



23i870 

I I 11125 

9i 108 

(D) 

321 

362 

379 

291 

55 

(d) 



8.973 

tiita 

3i292 
(d) 
59 
1 It 
15» 
105 
IS 

(d) 



121 
263 
38 
23 
19 
21 
16 
1 

2 
36 



133,779 
1 12,400 

21689 
331 

2l280 
(0) 
10) 
(Dl 
(Dl 

3.076 



51, 328 

41. 182 

1 .051 

50 

81 1 

IQI 

(0) 

(Dl 

(Dl 

1 lSP9 



12.701 

1 .915 

616 

82« 

B33 

928 

1 .571 

1 .253 

1 .192 

3.566 



271 .821 
61.188 
21 .580 
21 .087 
21.003 
21.777 
33.381 
20.063 
15.551 
16.888 



77.686 
22.581 
7.553 
6.939 
7.521 
7.181 
■J. 086 
1.530 
2.935 
9.010 



Billiard, pool parlors 



Bowling alleys 



Race track operation (Including 
racing stables), total 



7.639 
1 .038 

362 
188 
157 
511 
890 
769 
771 
2.350 



71.981 
8.187 
3.181 
5.371 
5.351 
6.183 

10.691 
8.176 
7.827 

19.108 



1 1.328 
1.590 
767 
997 
1 .018 
1 .287 
1.908 
1 .357 
1.021 
1 .350 



5.062 
877 
251 
336 
376 
111 
681 
181 
121 

1 .216 



196.810 
56.301 
18.099 
15.713 
18,652 
18.291 
22.690 
1 1 .587 
7.721 
27.780 



66.358 

20.991 

6.786 

5.912 

6,17J 

6. 191 

7. 178 
3.173 
1 .931 
7.690 



1 .815 
259 
95 
1 18 
109 
100 
221 
126 
1 12 
702 



300.713 
37. 165 
10.969 
18.316 
30,052 
21 .612 
12.11 1 
22.555 
16.561 

101 .012 



62.380 
6.716 
2.091 
3,013 
6.296 
5.017 
9. 137 
1.718 
3.291 

21.971 



Dog 



Horse (Including racing stables) 



151 
30 
28 
30 
23 
31 
11 
26 
30 

215 



16.317 
(0) 

2.210 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

1 .388 
51 1 
(D) 

7. 139 



2.202 

(d) 

251 

(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

:oi 

92 

(D) 

1 .071 



2a. 585 

101 

(Dl 
6.171 

(Dl 
7.290 

882 
81 

(01 
9.888 



7im7 
(Dl 
(Dl 

1.505 
(Dl 

1.825 

208 

3 

101 

2.512 



1 .216 

225 

59 



73 
129 



251.81 1 

35.51 1 

(D) 

(D) 

27.561 

(0) 

10. Ill 

21 .963 

11.319 

31 . 1 5 



53.231 

6.516 

(D) 

(D) 

5.718 

101 

0.725 

1.623 

2.781 

1B.3B5 



Sports promoters, commercial 
operators, total 



Baseball, football, athletic fields, 
sports promoters 



Baseball clubs 



7.799 
7 31 
321 
138 
133 
569 
6 96 
198 
111 

3.666 



221.050 
87.905 
11.772 
15.169 
10.335 
1 1 .001 
1 1 .161 
8.025 
6.219 
59.160 



68.719 
3 1 . 506 
5.518 
5.058 
3.31 1 
3.265 
3.080 
1 .919 
1.671 
13.391 



672 


1U3.35I 


169 


72.563 


58 


7.612 


95 


7.292 


67 


1.683 


83 


3,733 


73 


2.723 


36 


1.223 


22 


638 


69 


2.881 



11 . 186 

27. I 60 

3.681 

3. 167 

2. 171 

1 .750 

1 .518 

166 

112 

828 



27 1 

21 



53.110 

35. 161 

5.211 

3.563 

2.719 

2.770 

2.051 

600 

196 

tt I 6 



27.912 

16. Ill 

3.357 

2.155 

1.66 7 

1. 709 

1 .316 

331 

11 = 

516 



Football clubs 



Other sports clubs, promoters 



Bathing beaches 



1 2 . 1 53 
1 1 .391 



(D) 
38 



5.056 
1.715 



376 
130 



37.788 

25.991 

2.398 

3. 729 

(D) 

92 5 

672 

623 

112 

(D) 



8.218 

6.301 

327 

(dT 

Ul 
200 
135 

27 

(D) 



360 

18 



17 
17 
9 
18 
13 
255 



9.693 

1 .571 
ID) 
116 
195 
359 

(d) 

291 

531 

6.367 



2.727 

517 
(01 
30 
50 
108 
(D) 
81 
136 
1.755 





Golf courses 


1.011 


31 .979 


39 


1 .990 


37 


1.101 


30 


90S 


SO 


1 .021 


61 


1 .671 


79 


2.029 


15 


1 .962 


19 


1 .253 


621 


20.011 



Riding academies 



Skating rinks 



8.893 
571 
310 
209 
252 
163 
526 
611 
330 

5.621 



689 
82 
31 
39 
10 
51 
12 
21 
15 

365 



8.177 
1.681 
(D) 
327 
163 
578 
(D) 
389 
121 
3.912 



1 .583 

386 

(0) 

26 

67 

122 

(D) 

77 



1 .799 
82 
S3 
100 
119 
152 
210 
185 
156 
712 



31 .612 
1.798 
2.925 
2.875 
2.607 
2.703 
3.361 
1 .921 
1.298 
9.151 



7. 186 
1 .776 
936 
75b 
519 
561 
531 
283 
188 
1.601 



Standard Notes; (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available, n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Leas than $500. 



Represents zero. 



1-48 



SELECTED SERVICES -AREA STATISTICS 



Table IF. SELECTED SERVICES: 1954-UNITED STATES, BY KIND OF BUSINESS AND CITY SIZE-Continued 

Establishments, Receipts, and Annual Payroll 



City size 



Estab- 

llshmenta 

(Number) 



Recelpta 
(*1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 



Estab- 

llehments 

(Number) 



Receipts 
($1,000) 



Paorroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 



Estab- 

llshmente 

(Number) 



Recelpta 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 



Total, all cltlos 

Cities ■.rlth--?OC,000 or more Inhabitants..., 
250,000 tc Ii99,999 Inhabitants 
100,000 to 2'>9,999 Inhabitants 
rfl,000 to 99,999 Ijihabltants.. 
25,000 to ll9,999 Inhabitants.., 
10,000 to ?1*,999 Inhabitants.. 
5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants.... 
2, 500 to If, 999 inhabitants.... 
Less than 2,500 inhabitants... 



Swimming pools 



Commercial sports operators, n.e.c. 



Boat, cailoe rentals 



Total, ali cities 

Cities with--500,000 or more Ijihabitants. . . 
250,000 to 1199,999 inhabitants 
100,000 to 21*9,999 Inhab'.tnnts 
50,000 to 99,999 lnhablt,ants.. 
25,000 to 'i9,999 inhabitants.. 
:r,000 to 2li,999 inhabitants.. 
5,000 to 9,999 Inhabitants.... 
2,500 to '*,999 inhabitants.... 
Loss than 2,500 lnhab<tants... 



Total, aU cities 

Cities ijlth— 500,000 or more inhabitants 

250,000 to 1>99,999 inhabitants, 
100,000 to 2ii9,999 Inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 Jjihabltants.., 
25,000 to 1>9,999 Inhabitants.'., 
10,000 to alt, 999 inhabitants.., 

5,000 to 9,999 Inhabitants 

2,500 to H,999 inhabitants 

L;ss than 2,500 Inhabitants..., 



Total, all citigs 

Cities •■rtth— 500^000 or more inhabitants 

250^000 to '199,099 Inhabitants. 
100,000 to 2'l9,999 inhabitants, 
50,000 to 99,999 Inhabitants... 
25,000 to U9,999 Inhabitants... 
10,000 to 2lt,999 inhjibitants.., 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants 

2,500 to '!,999 Inhabitants 

Less than 2,500 inhabitants.... 



Total, all cltlas 

Cities ^.-Ith— 500,nno or more inhabitants... 
250,000 to 1199,999 inhabitant: 
100,000 to 2'l9,99<l inhabitant: 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 to lt9,999 inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 2l|,999 inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants 

2,500 to 1^999 inhabitants.... 
Less than 2,500 Inhabitants... 



Total, oil citiss 

Cities -..-ith— 500,000 or more inhabitants... 
250,000 to li99,999 inhabitants 
100,000 tc 2li9,9S» inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 to 119,999 inhabitants.., 
10,000 to 211,990 inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants 

2,500 to l>,999 inhabitants.... 
Less than 2,500 Inhabitants... 



652 

5M 
20 
19 
37 
33 
57 
10 
17 



I0f422 
1 1 289 
535 
«47 
49t 
623 
975 
191 
530 
5 1 038 



ZitlS 


2|6I3 


310 


290 


161 


|2I 


97 


143 


124 


103 


138 


172 


238 


196 


94 


153 


98 


139 


I1I55 


li296 



^8t4a6 
4t007 
2l025 
3. 177 
S69 
1 .337 
1.717 
1 .742 
1 .845 

1 1.767 



4.759 
7B6 
282 
77 1 
98 
120 
172 
331 
461 

1 .735 



1 .81 1 

104 

51 

71 

55 

108 

126 

106 

107 

1 .083 



14.895 
1 .404 
950 
454 
4V5 
602 
951 
B07 
77« 
B.558 



1.593 

202 

121 

19 

62 

18 

47 

73 

100 

951 



Other comnerclal sports 
operators, n.e.c. 



Theatrical presentations 
and services 



Bands, orchestraa, entertainers 



802 
186 
70 
72 
48 
64 
70 
47 
32 
213 



13.591 

2.603 

1 .075 

2.723 

374 

735 

866 

935 

1 .071 

3.209 



3.165 
584 
161 
752 
36 
102 
125 
261 
361 
784 



2. 179 
1 .343 

157 

155 
84 

I 16 
70 
38 
22 

194 



205.929 

154.618 

5.596 

3.848 

3.348 

19.537 

2.485 

595 

1.254 

14(648 



80 


434 


7 


097 


50 


959 


2 


• 320 


2 


369 




679 


1 


242 




807 




755 




562 


8 


178 




643 


1 


135 




556 




215 




256 




494 




154 


5 


067 


1 


.118 



87.045 
42.935 
6.645 
7.383 
3.965 
6.226 
4.S4U 
2.530 
1 .197 
1 1 .322 



39.625 
19.010 
3.200 
3.679 
1.874 
2.739 
2.003 
1.115 
489 
5.516 



Dance halls, studios, schools (except 
children's, professional) 



Membership golf, country clubs 



Amusement, recreation services^ 
n.e.c, total 



2.265 

408 
217 
260 
244 
235 
233 
102 
58 
503 



72.795 
27.025 
10.177 
9.227 
7.342 
4.595 
3.055 
1 .408 
1.117 
3.849 



25.274 

1 1.958 

3.934 

3.346 

2.508 

1.550 

S54 

273 

208 

1.543 



2.996 

32 

73 

B2 

93 

141 

247 

188 

138 

1 .952 



302.264 
23.360 
15.598 
1 1 • 909 
13.703 
17.608 
28.542 
16.728 
9.860 

164.955 



1 14.245 
9.377 
5.900 
4.817 
5. 143 
5.750 
10.895 
5.186 
3.375 
62.792 



15.62 7 
2.427 
1 .339 
1 .492 
1 .209 
1 .355 
1 .565 
1 .106 
861 
4.273 



555.051 
92.176 
43.895 
46.201 
39.358 
66.307 
62.296 
31 .051 
19.021 

134.756 



124.575 

21.556 

8.417 

9.358 

7. 151 

17.526 

22.205 

5.322 

2.955 

30.086 



Amusement parks, devices, shooting 
galleries 



Carnivals, circuses 



Coin-operated amusement device 
establishments 



2.488 
377 
257 
232 
179 
187 
199 
129 
74 
854 



82.283 
17.195 
5.986 
5.615 
6.127 
3.S03 
6.052 
4.565 
1 .916 
29.223 



24.189 
5.943 
1.967 
1.949 
1.376 

769 
1 .802 
1.174 

404 
8.805 



1 .090 
137 
75 
126 
52 
87 
92 



52.81 1 
7.496 
4.212 
5.325 
2.590 
3.683 
8.875 
2.336 
1.033 

1 7 . 25 1 



13.999 

2.021 
977 

1 .756 
634 
813 

2.656 
578 
186 

4.378 



6.045 
1 .052 
532 
638 
559 
638 
757 
515 
353 
981 



238.956 
48.523 
24.886 
25.500 
24.042 
25.107 
33.534 
17.242 
10.360 
29.762 



35.827 
9.259 
3.960 
3.894 
3.816 
3.585 
4.479 
2.195 
1.236 
3.401 



Other amusement, recreation 
services, n.e.c. 



HOTELS, MOTELS, TOURIST COURTS, 
CAMPS, TOTAL 



Hotels, total 



6.004 
851 
475 
496 
409 
443 
517 
403 
366 

2.044 



181 .011 

18.961 

7.81 1 

8.761 

6.599 

34 . 1 4 

33.835 

5.808 

5.712 

58.510 



50.551 
4.333 
1.513 
1 .759 
1.325 

12.359 

13.268 
1 .375 
1.127 

13.502 



56.962 
4.375 
2.793 
3.437 
3.366 
4.415 
5.863 
5.514 
5.161 

31 .038 



5,026,899 
924.780 
231 .605 
243.213 
215.074 
252.221 
225,223 
135.932 
1 13.795 
585,055 



895,528 
335.324 
74.966 
79.1 17 
67.342 
71 .939 
58.810 
31 .999 
26.022 
150.009 



24.778 
3.488 
1 .788 
1 .756 
1.740 
1 .985 
2.553 
2.155 
1 .967 
7.326 



, 404.529 
905. U84 
209.21 1 
212.331 
187.200 
21 1 .927 
160,253 
93.531 
75.837 
549, 075 



802,965 
332.021 
71.405 
74.251 
62.933 
55.077 
50.61 1 
26.888 
2 1.756 
97.023 



Year-round hotels^ 



Year-round hotel-- with 25 or 
more guest rooms 1 



Year-round hotels with less than 
25 guest rooms^ 



15.950 
2.963 
1 .343 
1 .347 
1.194 
1.532 
1 .840 
1 .504 
1.322 
2.905 



2, 158,332 
899.458 
205.643 
208.879 
175.859 
190.999 
140,608 
81 .957 
57.083 
188.836 



747, 187 
331.575 
71.323 
74.023 
60.971 
53.120 
46.057 
24.854 
17.297 
57.957 



1 1 .357 
2.540 
1 . 103 
1 .081 
952 
1 .227 
1 .393 
I .077 
812 
1 .182 



,075, 194 
892.624 
202.650 
205.121 
173.936 
194.407 
132,46 3 
74, 155 
47.713 
152, 115 



728,715 
329.923 
70.614 
73. 1 16 
60.363 
52.099 
44.332 
23. 1 14 
15.208 
49, 946 



4.583 
423 
240 
266 
242 
305 
447 
427 
510 

1 .723 



83*138 
6.834 
2.983 
3.758 
2.933 
4.592 
8.145 
7. 802 
9.3/0 

36.721 



18.472 

1.&52 

709 

907 

608 

1.021 

1.7J5 

1.740 

2.089 

8.011 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. 
^Data are for "employer" establishments only. 



(NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $500. 



Represents zero. 



UNITED STATES SUMMARY 



1-49 



Table IF. SELECTED SERVICES: 1954-UNITED STATES, BY KIND OF BUSINESS AND CITY SIZE-Continued 

Establishments, Receipts, and Annual Payroll 



city size 



Total, aU cities 

Cities wlth--500,000 or more inhabitants... 
2>C,00C to ^99,999 inhabitants 
luC,OOC to 21t9,999 Inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 Inhabitants.. 
25,000 to 1+9,999 inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 24,999 Inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants 

2,500 to U,999 Inhabitants 

Less than 2,500 inhabitants... 



Total, all cities 

Cities with — 500,000 or more inhabitants.... 
250,000 to '•99,999 inhabitants. 
100,000 to 2U9,999 inhabitants. 
50,000 to 99,999 Inhabitants... 
25,000 to '19,999 Inhabitants... 
10,000 to 21i,999 Inhabitants... 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants 

2,500 to l»,999 Inhabitants 

Less than 2,500 inhabitants.... 



Estab- 
lishments 
(Number) 



Receipts 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 



Seasonal hotels^ 



27 

5 

17 

190 

123 

195 

179 

185 

21497 



2JUt3S3 

1 ia22 

2ab 

706 

7.0'»1 

15i557 

7.850 

151134 

1441 59V 



55l77B 

446 

82 

22tt 

ll962 

2 1 957 

4l544 

2i034 

4i459 

391 066 



Motels, tourist courts 



i432 
607 
737 
1247 
l204 
• 080 
1428 
.654 
l580 
1O95 



457.065 
14i322 
161943 
25i647 
241029 
54.776 
55.672 
37.480 
32 1 430 

2l3i766 



64i250 
2.295 
3.151 
4.286 
3.771 
5i378 
7 1265 
4.547 
3.721 

29.836 



Estab- 
lishments 
(Number) 



Receipts 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 



Motels, tourist courts, camps, total 



42. 184 

aa7 

1 .005 
1 .671 
1 .626 
2.430 
'4 1 J 1 
3i349 
3i 194 
23i ?\2 



6221370 
19i69b 
22i )94 
30iB92 
28i874 
40i,e94 
64i990 
43l301 
37l959 

333l9'<0 



92i5o.> 
3130J 
3i56l 
4i866 

41409 
5lt^b2 
yi 199 
5i I I I 
4 1266 
521986 



Trailer parks 



i3o0 
129 
216 
333 
530 
3B4 
623 
336 
315 

l694 



481273 
2l26S 
2i75b 
41047 
3i390 
4. 149 
6.922 
2.776 
2.725 

19.238 



4.7/7 
320 
312 
420 
293 
34 1 
604 
168 
166 

^. 163 



Estab- 
lishments 
(Number) 



Receipts 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 



Motels, tourist courts, trailer parks 



33.792 
736 
953 
1.580 
1 .534 
2.264 
4.051 
2.990 
2.895 

16.7 39 



505.338 
lo.a90 
21 .701 
29.694 
27l4l9 
38.925 
62.394 
40(256 
35.153 

233.004 



69.027 
2.615 
3.463 
4.706 
4.064 
5.719 
7i8b9 

41 n5 

3i9B7 
31 i9B9 



Sporting, recreational camps 



8.392 

151 

52 

91 
92 
166 
259 
359 
299 
6,923 



I 1 7l032 
3i 106 
693 
1 1 183 
1 1455 
1 1369 
21396 
3i045 
2.804 

1001976 



23i536 

aoti 
98 
160 
345 
143 
330 
396 
379 
20.997 



Standard Notes: (d) Withheld to avoid disclosure. 
iData are for "employer" establishments only. 



(MA) Not available, n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $500. 



Represents zero. 



1_50 SELECTED SERVICES -AREA STATISTICS 

Table IG. SELECTED SERVICES: 1954-GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS AND CITY SIZE 

Establishments, Receipts, and Annual Payroll 



Division and city size 



Estab- 
lishments 
(Husiber) 



Receipts 
($1,000) 



Payroll , 

entire year 

($1,000) 



Estab- 
lishments 
(Number) 



Receipts 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 



Estab- 
lishments 
(Number) 



Receipts 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 



NEW ENGLAND 



T'ctiil, all -itios 

Cities Vith"5n0j000 or nor^ inhibi tents.. 
250,000 to l»99,999 Inhabitant: 
iCO.non to ?'i9,90O inhabitant: 
30,nOO to 99,909 inhabitants. 
25,000 to ii9, 999 inhabitants. 
10,000 to 3^999 inhabitants. 
5,000 to 9,990 inhabitants... 
2,500 to 'h,^>Q inhabitants... 
Lass than 3,500 inhabitants.. 



I'otal, all cities 

Cities t'lth — 500,000 or more inhabitants... 
250,000 to 't99,999 inhabitants 
100,000 to 2''9,999 inhabitants 
50,^0 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 to ''9, 999 inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 2's999 inhabitants.. 
5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants.... 

2,500 to '1,999 inhabitants 

Less than 2,50O inhabitants... 



■^otal, aJl cities 

Cities iri,th — 500,000 or more inliabitants. . . 
250,000 to U99,999 inhabitants 
100^000 to 2tl9,999 inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 t/D H9,999 inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 2lt,909 inhabitants.. 
5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants.... 
2,500 to li,999 Inhabitants.... 
Less than 2,500 Inhabitants... 



SELECTED SERVICES, TOTAL 



PERSONAL SERVICES, TOTAL 



Barber shops 



51.075 
5.396 

10.01)6 

6.609 

5.022 

3.550 

850 

395 

19.207 



.185 
251 

266 

135 

95 

59 

13 

5 

356 



6t] 
.613 

.209 

1*2 

.558 

525 
.539 
.457 

598 



336.875 
70.999 

83.979 
a0i276 
26.618 
15.817 
3.372 
1.275 
9K1509 



21.832 
2.U98 

5.669 
3.729 
2.793 
1 .860 
127 
191 
7.265 



359.263 

19.155 

97.647 
56.065 
37.471 
22.912 
1.711 
2. 151 
88.785 



118.797 
16.811 

31.866 

19.187 

12.297 

7.336 

1 .389 

636 

26.272 



Beauty shops 



Funeral service, crematories 



5.436 

171 

1.110 
809 
656 
151 
110 
19 

1.780 



11 .425 
5.139 

10.518 

6.967 

1.551 

2.670 

498 

256 

1 . 526 



12.933 
2.036 

3.726 

2.181 

1.178 

685 

97 

58 

2.672 



.415 
1 1 1 

265 
184 
160 
1 14 
35 
13 
563 



50.854 
5.072 

12.362 
7.350 
61 170 
3.485 
1 .062 
441 

14.909 



8 


414 


1 .082 




821 


134 




♦ • • 


• •• 


2 


535 


241 


1 


187 


143 


1 


1 11 


1 14 




560 


62 




211 


13 




87 


15 


1 


.896 


360 



Shoe repair shops 



Pressing, alteration, garment repair 
(except fur) 



.254 
282 

587 
37 2 
252 
167 
39 
20 
535 



13.726 
1 .994 

3.835 
2.338 
1 .402 
1 .034 
163 
103 
2.657 



1.917 
134 

690 
31 1 
176 
109 
19 
8 
170 



3.161 
551 

911 
529 
376 

178 
18 



27 


081 


3 


795 




■ • • 


7 


105 


3 


925 


2 


979 


1 


289 




106 




82 


7 


802 



3.795 

197 

1 .027 

515 

439 

161 

18 

12 

1 . 123 



Power laundries, 
laundries. 



self-service 
total 



Power laundries 



Total, all cities 

Cities '..'lth"5^Xt,00';) or more inhabitants 

250,000 to l'99,999 inhabitants 

100,000 to 2J'9,999 inhabitants 

50,000 to 99,099 inhabitants 

25,000 to iiQ 099 Inhabitants 

10.000 to 2li,999 inhabitants 

5,6C0 to 9,999 Inhabitants 

2,500 to li,009 Inhabitants 

!ass than 9, 500 inhjibitants 



Total, all cities 

Cities '.rtth— 500,000 or more inhabitants.. 
250,000 to l'99..999 Inhabitant: 
160,000 to ?'i9,999 inhabitant: 
50, COO to 09,909 inhabitants. 
25,000 to i'9,999 inhabitants. 
10,000 to 2'i,909 inhabitants. 
5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants... 
2,500 to ii,OQ9 lnhabit.ant3... 
less than 2,500 inhabitants.. 



.571 
247 

349 
225 
173 
1 17 
28 



70.454 

8 1 892 

• •• 

21 .034 

1 1 • 164 

7.080 

4.892 

959 

388 

15.695 



35.074 
4.339 

1 1.121 
6.095 
3.659 
2.101 
154 
203 
7.799 



Other personal services 



.618 
331 

120 

275 

168 

81 

18 

3 

322 



TotaJ; alJ^ cities 

oitlas •..•lth--5nO,000 or more inhabitants 

250,000 to 1109,099 inhabitants 

100,000 to 2l'9,999 inhabitants 

50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants 

25,000 to 119,099 Inhabitants 

10,000 to 211,999 inhabitants 

5,000 to 0,990 inhabitants 

2,500 to '>,909 Inhabitants 

Less than 3,500 Inhabitants 

Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) 
^Includes receipts and payroll of plant-owned outlets. 



(d) 

1 2 I I 34 

16.526 
6.663 
3.040 
1 .713 
197 
(D) 
4 .683 



11.272 
1.021 

5.321 

2. 007 

860 

599 

33 

33 

1.398 



Automobile repair, total 



4.319 




98 • 330 


272 




6.582 


• •• 




«•• 


784 




23.565 


468 




1 1 .633 


425 




9.651 


367 




7.296 


92 




1 .174 


39 




555 


1 .872 




37.574 


t avail! 


ible. 


n.e.c. 



841 
76 



7 
251 



61.701 
7.865 

19.727 
10.819 
6.335 
4.177 
(D) 
(D) 
14.181 



35.511 
4.274 

10.953 
6.020 
3.59? 
2.350 
(D) 
(D) 
7.671 



BUSINESS SERVICES (EXC^IPT ACCOUNTING, 
AUDITING, BOOKKEEPING), TOTAL 



5.559 
1 .036 

1 .188 

735 

163 

275 

II 

12 

1 .808 



217. 150 
90.6!i9 

57.601 

15.072 

7.735 

6.323 

301 

15 

39.108 



6.586 
650 

1 .185 
992 
739 
569 
125 
63 

1 .963 



32.178 
3.761 

7.606 
1.453 
3.783 
2.504 
640 
252 
9.179 



7.515 
1.180 

1.927 
934 
890 
48S 
131 
37 

1.931 



Photographic studios (including 
commercial photography) 



16.341 
3.277 

5.937 
2.397 
1.331 
1 .220 
155 
114 
3.913 



3 1745 
997 

995 

484 
245 
358 
23 
13 
630 



Cleaning, dyeing plants (except 
rug cleaning) 



.375 

1 IS 

271 

200 
155 
121 
11 
1 1 
159 



(D) 
5.093 

11.671 

10.508 

7.135 

4.135 

961 

(d) 

18.721 



30. 132 
2.169 

7.521 
5.173 
3.736 
1 .975 
400 
185 
8.653 



Self-service laundries 



181 
25 



20 

21 

14 

3 



2.521 
31 1 

693 
241 
319 
193 
(D) 
(D) 
740 



560 
65 

171 
75 
62 
51 

(d) 

(D) 
128 



AUTOMOBILE REPAIR SERVICES, 
GARAGES, TOTAL 



61.091 
22.761 

18.005 

1.895 

2.250 

1 .253 

10 

1 

11.886 



General automobile repair shops 



20.838 


2.803 


1.753 


153 


• • • 


• • • 


6.625 


132 


2.690 


252 


2.157 


240 


1.113 


235 


275 


59 


10.; 


23 


5.823 


1 .399 



58.658 
3.092 

10.715 

6.012 

5.377 

1.265 

82S 

339 

28.000 

Not elsewhere clasalfied. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Leas ttian *auu. 



5.168 
456 

1 .097 

576 

490 

391 

97 

39 

2.014 



125.690 
11.178 

33.1 16 

11.351 

1 1 .111 

7.855 

1 .500 

555 

42.391 



26.985 
3.856 

9.000 
3.357 
2.494 
1.497 
277 
102 
6.402 



Other automobile repair shops 



9.959 


1 .516 


599 


119 


• • • 


• • • 


2.593 


352 


1 .08.) 


206 


952 


IBS 


726 


132 


135 


33 


58 


15 


3.703 


473 



39.672 




10.879 


3.490 




1.054 


• • • 




• • • 


12.850 




1.032 


5.591 




1.507 


1.274 




1.205 


3.031 




687 


616 




110 


216 




34 


9.571 




2.120 


... Rei 


re 


'ents zero. 



UNITED STATES SUMMARY 



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Table IG. SELECTED SERVICES: 1954-GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS AND CITY SIZE- 

Continued 





Establishments, Receipts, and Annual 


Payroll 










Division and city size 


Estab- 
lishments 
(Number) 


Receipts 

($1,000) 


Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lishments 
(Number) 


Receipts 
($1,000) 


Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 


Estab- 

lisbments 

(Number) 


Receipts 
($1,000) 


Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 


NEW ENGLAND--Continued 


Automobile storage, parking 


Other automobile eervlces 


MISCELLABEOUS REPAIR SERVICES, TOTAL 


Total, all cities.... 


501 
It*! 
• •• 

210 

62 

32 

5 

1 

"0 


(D) 
5.510 

• « • 
4.689 

913 
779 
(D) 
(D) 

• •• 
633 


3.493 

1.535 

• • • 

1.368 
237 
164 

(d) 
(d) 

130 


548 
43 

103 
46 
41 
19 

4 

92 


(d) 

2.386 
4.862 

1 .aub 

1.01 1 

(D) 

(D) 

4. 184 


2.654 
518 

1 .007 
430 
173 
(D) 
(D) 

449 


6.764 
627 
• • • 

1.345 
978 
675 
464 
1 16 
55 

2.503 


91 .252 

12.002 
• • • 

22.737 

13.973 

8.478 

6.498 

069 

471 

25.024 




Cities with — 500,000 or more inbabltanits 


3*634 




100,000 to 2lt9,999 iniiabitants.. 


tt^J3 
3.300 
1 » 783 
)i /64 
131 
33 
bi517 




25,000 to ^9,999 Inhabitanta 






2,500 to 4,999 inhabitants.... .,, 








Watch, clock, Jewelry repair 


Uphol 


stery, furniture repair 


Radio, television repair shops 


To+-ftl, fill Tl^'t*?.'^ 


812 

155 

■ ■• 

206 

126 

9« 

36 

8 

6 

1d1 


5.283 
1 .574 

2.141 
902 
497 
128 
58 
42 
941 


982 
374 

401 

85 

47 

4 

8 

• •• 

63 


9t.0 
101 

2*1 

1 10 

102 

57 

17 

5 

357 


14.426 
1 .713 

3.309 

1 .522 

1.283 

620 

158 

30 

5.71 1 


3,255 
388 
• •• 
320 
340 
242 
109 
41 
2 

1 .313 


1.461 

90 

• •• 

267 

i53 

150 

127 

21 

11 

542 


(D) 

1 .899 

• •• 

3.705 

3.21 1 

2.133 

999 

154 

(D) 

4.979 


3.219 
561 


Cltlea with — 500,000 or laore inhabitants 


250,000 to U99,999 inhabitants 






50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants 








10,000 to 21*^,999 inhabitants ,,. 








2,500 to '*,999 inhabitants... 




I*>ffn t-.hnn PjVO Inhnhltflntn ...,,.*! 


693 








other repair services 


AMUSEMEBT, RECRKATION SKRVICES (IM- 
CLUDINO KOTIOH PICTURES), TOTAL 


Motion picture theaters 


TV*"-*) J all r^^if^ff •• 1. 1 .1 Hi 


3i531 
28) 

662 

-J29 

2ai4 

70 

33 

1 1^23 


(D) 
7.416 

• •• 

13.502 

8.338 

4.565 

4.751 

499 

(D) 
13.993 


15.01 1 

2.31 1 

• • • 

4.278 
2.294 
1 .070 
1.507 
76 
27 
3.443 


4.232 
316 

588 

482 

429 

306 

81 

50 

1 .980 


214. 160 
48.532 

33.764 

25.370 

20.562 

8.582 

2.25t, 

997 

74.037 


50.449 
H,.76a 

7.2?* 

6.073 

4.641 

1 .800 

448 

196 

19.174 


940 
58 

127 
88 
79 
70 
24 
16 
478 


0O.390 

1 1 .720 

• • • 

17.907 

10.027 

8.532 

5.525 

1 .335 

677 

23.787 




Cities with— 500,000 or more inhabitants 














2. 3a I 




10,000 to 2hjS^ inhabitants 


1 t1S6 
252 
13B 




2, 500 to U,999 inhabitants 


T^«3 t.hG,n pj'^riCi lnhftV1f;Rn*^,i i..iiwj 








Motion picture production, 
distribution, services 


Bill 


Lard and pool parlors, 
bowling alleys 


Other amusement, recreation services 




83 
35 

• ■• 

20 

7 

2 
1 

18 


(D) 
18.273 

5.691 
100 

• •• 
(0) 
(01 

• •* 
534 


2.649 
1.945 

• • • 

539 
24 

• •■ 
ID) 
(D) 

124 


801 

79 

• • • 

139 

107 

90 

75 

20 

11 

280 


1 1.402 
1.351 

2.575 

2. J54 

1.185 

395 

160 

60 

3.202 


3(31b 
415 
• • • 
918 
657 
309 
203 
41 
12 
76J 


2.408 
144 
• • • 

302 

280 

260 

159 

36 

23 

1.204 


(D) 
17.230 

7.51 1 

12.397 

10.845 

(D) 

(D) 

260 

46.514 




Cities with— 500,000 or nore inhabitants 




250,000 to 499,999 inhabitants 








50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants 


3,01 1 






10,000 to 2U,999 inhabitants 


(d) 




(d) 


2,500 to 4,999 inhabitants ,..,. 


46 
1 3|38~ 


'f>nn -t.han O^VT) inhR>>1tnntfl .4 i 








HOTELS, MOTELS, TOURIST COURTS, 
CAMPS, TOTAL 


Hotels 


Motels, tourist courts, trailer 
parks, camps 




U,520 

63 

• •• 

158 

109 

164 

253 

88 

46 

3t637 


178.126 
35.d37 

23.341 
10.300 
9.871 
7.325 
3.864 
1 .235 
d6.353 


54.086 
13.170 

0.532 
3.464 
3.163 
2.087 
1.C87 
305 
22.256 


1 .610 

55 

• • • 

133 
68 

104 

88 

30 

17 

1.115 


136.669 
35.506 

23.003 
9.160 
9.288 
5.728 
3.144 
1 . J52 

49.783 


45.409 
13.13U 

8.472 
3.135 
3. 108 

■>!< 

289 

14,40^ 


2.910 

8 

• •■ 

25 

41 

60 

165 

58 

31 

2.522 


41 .457 
331 

333 

1 .140 
583 

1 .597 

720 

103 

36.570 




Cities with — 500,000 or more inhabitants •,.• 


36 






100,000 to 249,999 inhabitants,.,,,, ,,,, 








25,000 to 49,999 inhabitants 


75 






5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants ,,,, 


1 1 6 






T^flfl than ?,Tf) Inhablt.nntn ,, ,4, 


7tb53 







Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Mot available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $500. 



Represents aero. 



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SELECTED SERVICES -AREA STATISTICS 



Table IG. SELECTED SERVICES: 



1954-GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS AND CITY SIZE- 
Continued 

Establishments, Receipts, and Annual Payroll 



Division and city size 



■Kstab- 

llsbnents 

(HuBber) 



Receipts 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 



EstaV 

lishments 

(tJufflber) 



Receipts 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 



Estab- 
lishments 
(Hurnber) 



Receipts 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 



MIDDLE ATLANTIC 



Total, =:i cities 

Cities vlth—500,000 or more inhabitants... 
250,000 to Uq9,999 inhabitants 
100,000 to 2^9,99? inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 Inhabitants.. 
25,000 to U9,999 Inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 2li,999 Inhabitants.. 
5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants.... 

2,500 to li,999 inhabitants 

Less than 2,^00 inhabitants... 



Total, all cities 

Cities with — 500,000 or more inhabitants.. 
250,000 to k99,999 inhabitant! 
100,000 to 2'»9,999 inhabitant: 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants., 
25,000 to U9,999 inhabitants. 
10,000 to 2i>,999 inhabitants., 
5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants..., 
2,500 to U,999 inhabitants..., 
Less than 2,500 inhabitants... 



Total, aU cities 

Cities v,lth — 500,000 ov more inhabitants 

250,000 to lt99,999 Inhabitants. 
100,000 to 2U9,999 inhabitants. 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants... 
25,000 to 119,999 Inhabitants... 
10,000 to 2li,999 inhabitants... 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants 

2,500 to l|,999 inhabitants 

Leas than 2,500 inhabitants.... 



SELECTED SERVICES, TOTAL 



PERSONAL SERVICES, TOTAL 



Barber shops 



7^,094 

6«258 

1 Ot 11 6 

10i355 

9l095 

15,55^ 

10,96a 

7,444 

27.593 



,ri*1 , 21 1 
, 716. 705 
253. 072 
230 t 570 
273.873 
202.977 
324,672 
204.933 
120.01 1 
662.398 



, 842.839 

. 187.787 

80. 489 

au.121 

83.047 
60.819 
89,274 
50.335 
26.783 
180.184 



86.261 
39.899 
3,494 
5,370 
5,488 
4,802 
8.200 
5.547 
3.655 
9.806 



1 .420,384 

731.201 

75,612 

95,193 

93.776 

79.313 

1 17,052 

68.685 

40.181 

1 19.371 



460,991 
244,802 
27,531 
32,741 
32.096 
27.479 
35.622 
18.274 
9,814 
32,632 



20,355 
7,733 
854 
1 ,487 
1 .380 
1 .230 
2,121 
1 .429 
1 .027 
3.084 



1 10.231 

48.292 

4.561 

6.894 

6.838 

6.198 

10.799 

7.053 

4,633 

14,963 



27,385 
14,954 
1,070 
1,317 
1,569 
1 ,262 
2,232 
1 ,444 
737 
2,800 



Beauty shops 



Funeral service, crematories 



Photographic studios ( Including 
coDinercial photography) 



16.593 
6.131 

652 
1 .094 
1 ,223 
1 ,036 
1 ,898 
1 ,365 

874 
2.320 



148,809 

75,541 
6,391 
8,731 

10,715 
8,525 

1 3 I 1 94 
8,126 
4,225 

13.360 



51.527 
30.505 
2.171 
2.764 
3,480 
2,647 
3,699 
2,009 
643 
3,308 



,713 


172 


673 


,285 


61 


281 


149 


8 


184 


290 


12 


806 


281 


13 


084 


288 


10 


902 


622 


21 


309 


497 


14 


256 


317 


8 


954 


983 


21 


B97 



23 


,594 


4.139 


10 


019 


2.028 


1 


,136 


137 


1 


,636 


229 


2 


.061 


278 


1 


689 


213 


2 


■ 734 


371 


1 


304 


281 




839 


189 


1 


976 


413 



98,380 
70,015 
3,214 
3,340 
4.759 
3.129' 
4,713 
3,069 
1 ,842 
4,299 



26,059 
20,816 
917 
668 
1,084 
61b 
790 
345 
170 
550 



Shoe repair shops 



Pressing, alteration, garment repair 
(except fur) 



Cleaning, dyeing plants (except 
rug cleaning)^ 



Total, all cities 

Cities iri.th--500,000 or mor^ inhabitants... 
250,000 to 1*99,999 inhabitants 
100,000 to 2l»9,999 inhabitants 
50,000 to 99.999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 to l»9,999 inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 2't,999 inhabitants.. 
5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants.... 
2,500 to It, 999 inhabitants.... 
Less than 2,500 Inhabitants... 



Total, all cities 

Cities vlth — 500,000 or more Inhabitants... 
250,000 to 1499,999 Inhabitants 
100,000 to 2l»9,999 Inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 to lt9,999 inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 2l»,999 inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants 

2,500 to 11,999 inhabitants.... 
Less than 2,500 inhabitants... 



Total, all cities 

Cities 'nth--500,000 or more Inhabitants... 
250,000 to U99,999 inhabitants 
100,000 to 21*9,999 inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 to U9,999 inhabitants.. 
.1.0,000 to 2li,999 inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants 

2,500 to U,999 inhabitants 

T«33 than 2,500 inhabitants... 



.677 
.725 
346 
474 
458 
460 
74 1 
508 
536 
619 



48 , 209 
24,721 
2,046 
3,291 
3,002 
2,719 
4,615 
2,537 
1 .614 
3.564 



6.430 
3,705 
228 
568 
490 
315 
538 
215 
76 
295 



15,151 

8,547 

675 

855 

870 

732 

1 .155 

588 

428 

1 .100 



145.429 

83.793 

5.656 

7,521 

7,479 

6,958 

10,850 

7,463 

3,714 

1 1,885 



25,54.5 

15,551 

733 

1 ,225 

1 ,212 

1 ,158 

1 ,856 

1 ,310 

600 

1 ,888 



4,528 
1 ,875 
164 
321 
328 
318 
508 
32 B 
227 
559 



211,458 
83,260 
9,572 
14,604 
19,539 
1 5 , 405 
23,368 
12,741 
9.101 
22.768 



99.990 

38.815 
4.536 
7. 183 
9.989 
7.990 

1 1. 134 
5.920 
4.185 

10.237 



Power laundries, self-service 
laundries, total 



Power laundries^ 



Self-service laundries 



3.895 

2. 128 
150 
233 
233 
188 
335 
208 
155 
286 



218,231 
102,455 
17,338 
19,575 
14,654 
15,555 
1 9 , 294 
9,051 
4,291 
14,908 



1 15.956 

53.259 

9.750 

11,119 

7,870 

9,402 

10,178 

4,545 

1.954 

7,756 



1 ,572 
551 

70 
1 13 
1 15 
1 12 
192 
122 

73 
124 



194,856 
87,935 
16,625 
18.434 
13.550 
15.698 
17.539 
8. 192 
3,575 
13,297 



1 1 3 , 02 I 
51 ,552 
9.539 
10.944 
7,726 
9,252 
9. 800 
4,536 
1 ,797 
7,585 



734 

439 

26 



1 1 .505 
6.715 
425 
583 
550 
509 
997 
487 
422 
817 



2,935 

1,617 
121 
175 
144 
140 
29S 
110 
157 
173 



Other personal services 



BUSINESS SERVICES (EXCEPT ACCOUNTING, 
AUDITING, BOOKKEEPING), TOTAL 



AUTOMOBILE REPAIR SERVICES, 
GARAGES, TOTAL 



9 


,109 


265 


954 


6 


.346 


181 


843 




355 


18 


550 




387 


18 


331 




427 


13 


605 




337 


7 


S12 




449 


8 


900 




243 


4 


289 




122 


1 


807 




442 


1 1 


727 



84,407 

55,966 

6,980 

5.251 

4.341 

2,388 

2,451 

880 

410 

3.720 



23,149 

13,453 

788 

1 ,178 

1 .066 

1 .059 

1 .51 1 

989 

575 

2.530 



2.788. 316 

2.394.768 

100. 952 

50,857 

33,194 

27,719 

37, 1 12 

21,110 

8,739 

1 13,855 



627, 363 

492.975 

31. 195 

16,04- 

1 1 ,005 

7,953 

1 1 ,257 

5,646 

2,055 

48,274 



17.399 

5,827 
764 
I ,188 
1 ,162 
1 ,138 
1 ,731 
1 ,223 
812 
3,554 



477.485 
231 .548 
23.497 
30.761 
27,764 
22,293 
33,491 
21 .772 
14,457 
71 ,802 



109,029 
60,347 
6.295 
7.652 
6,184 
5,128 
6,604 
3,820 
2,02a 
10,971 



Automobile repair, total 



General automobile repair shops 



Other automobile repair shops 



3,569 


294.331 


3.479 


93.537 


52 3 


13.414 


917 


21 ,450 


882 


19,113 


975 


19,599 


1 ,543 


29,495 


1.150 


20,375 


758 


13,103 


3.342 


64.133 



64.032 
25.439 
3.529 
5.495 
4.441 
4,348 
5,853 
3,545 
1.815 
9.567 



8.451 
1 .976 
300 
510 
525 
553 
905 
692 
496 
2.494 



156.754 
47,962 

5,530 
10,102 
10,409 

9,872 
14,554 
11,211 

8,742 
1)7,272 



31 ,222 
11 ,946 
1,572 
2,239 
2.369 
1.922 
2.427 
1 .667 
1.030 
6,050 



5,118 
1,503 
223 
407 
357 
422 
638 
U58 
262 
848 



127,577 

45.675 
6.784 

1 1 .358 
8,704 
9,727 

14,942 
9,165 
4,361 

1 6 . S6 1 



32,810 
13,493 
1,957 
3,256 
2,072 
2,426 
5,426 
1,878 
785 
3,517 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
^Includes receipts and payroll of plant-owned outlets. 



n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Leas than $500. 



Represents zero. 



UNITED STATES SUMMARY 



1-53 



Table IG. SELECTED SERVICES: 1954-GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS AND CITY SIZE- 

Continued 

Establishments, Receipts, and Annual Payroll 



Division and city size 



Estab- 

llshnieDts 

(Number) 



Receipts 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 



Estab- 
lishments 
(Number) 



ReceiptF 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 



Eetab- 

llshments 

(Number) 



Receipts 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 



MIDDLE ATLANTIC--Continued 



Total, all cities 

Cities vitb — 500,000 or more Ijihabitants... 
£50,000 to ^39,9/J Inhabitants 
100,000 to 2't9,99i' Inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 to 1*9,999 inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 2l»,999 inhabitants.. 
5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants.... 
2,500 to ll,999 inhabitants.... 
Less than 2,300 inhabitants... 



Total, all cities 

Cities vlth — 500,000 or cure innahitants... 
250,000 to 1*99,999 inhabitants 
100,000 to 2l»9,999 Inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 to 1*9,99^ inhabitants., 
10,000 to 21+, 999 inhabitants.. 
5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants..., 
2,500 to U,y99 inhabitants..,. 
Less than 2,pU0 inhabitants... 



Total, all cities 

Cities v^to — 500,000 or more inhabitants... 
250,000 to 1*99,999 inhabitants 
100,000 to 21*9,999 Inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 to 1*9,999 inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 2l*,999 inhabitants.. 
5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants.... 
2,500 to 1*,999 inhabitants.... 
Less than 2,500 inhabitants... 



Total, all. cities 

Cities with— 500,000 or more inhabitants... 
250,000 to 1*99,999 inhabitants 
100,000 to 21*9,999 inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 to 1*9,999 inhabitants,. 
10,000 to 2l*,999 inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 Inhabitants 

2,500 to 1*,999 inhabitants.,,. 
Less than 2,500 inhabitants... 



Total, all cities 

Cities with"500,000 or nore inhabitants,... 
250,000 to 1*99,999 inhabitants. 
100,000 to 21*9,999 inhabitants. 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants... 
25,000 to 1*9,999 inhabitants... 
10,000 to 2l*,999 inhabitants... 

5,000 to 9,999 Inhabitants 

2,500 to 1*,999 inhabitants 

Less than 2,500 inhabitants.... 



Automobile storage, parking 



Other automobile services 



mSCELLiUEOUS REPAIR SERVICES, TOTAL 



1 1700 

170 

162 

W5 

66 

61 

16 

71* 



iJ6i697 

aot77u 

1*1 599 

3 1235 

U>120 

1 1059 

385 

317 

201 

1 iJ«6 



28i155 


1 .337 


211. 19"* 


61*8 


1 i351* 


71 


970 


109 


1 lOUO 


85 


267 


75 


217 


12U 


71 


1*9 


5« 


38 


279 


138 



85.1*57 
57.237 
5.381* 
5.015 
"*.531 
1 .625 
3i 110 
1 .07V 
1.153 
5.323 



15.S41 

10.71U 

1 1102 

1 i187 

703 

513 

5311 

20U 

159 

1 .125 



23.213 

9.283 
801 
1 .505 
1 .41 1 
1 .231* 
2i 171* 
1 l5IH 
1 1015 
«111I5 



399*975 
2OO1IU3 
15l781 
25iSm 
22i395 
22 1 059 
31 .885 
19. 103 
9.871 
52.195 



1U3.378 
57.757 
U.352 
5.350 
5.515 
5.728 
7.791 
3.878 
1.558 
10.439 



Watch, clock. Jewelry repair 



Upholsteiv, furniture repair 



Radio, television repair shops 



2.929 
1.816 
122 
155 
138 
102 
192 
103 
87 
211* 



23.427 

I5i639 

1 i314 

1 il98 

1 .175 

559 

1 .208 

559 

472 

1 .193 



3 


080 


3.349 


2 


341 


1 .449 




200 


104 




139 


190 




168 


212 




64 


172 




67 


320 




33 


250 




20 


140 




48 


502 



54.795 
28.505 
1.593 
3.832 
2.944 
2.436 
4.716 
3.400 
1.285 
5i875 



1 1 1359 
51169 

UI2 
870 
524 
491 
985 
500 
21 7 
991 



5t062 
1 .744 
155 
370 
350 
294 
555 
362 
252 
979 



75.528 

31i327 
21874 
5i188 
5i252 
5.713 
7.424 
4.032 
2.162 

10.556 



17.449 

8.215 

709 

1.509 

1.212 

I .538 

1 .708 

6bJ 

153 

I 1722 



Other repair services 



AMUSE^ENI, RECREATION SERVICES (IN- 
CLUDING MDTICN PICTURES), TOTAL 



Motion picture theaters 



1 1 


873 


245 


225 


4 


l274 


124 


571 




420 


9 


900 




791 


15 


323 




71 1 


13 


025 




666 


13 


241 


1 


106 


18 


538 




889 


1 1 


104 




556 


5 


952 


2 


.450 


34 


572 



71.490 
41.032 
3.031 
3.842 
3i51 1 
3i535 
5i031 
2i562 
I1I68 
7i67B 



13,227 

4,812 

327 

683 

712 

617 

1 i259 

970 

752 

3.095 



, 221 , 980 
788, 310 
22.213 
48.615 
37. 157 
32.055 
70.593 
53.544 
22.853 
146.630 



305. 335 
194.609 

5.674 
10.SB7 

a. 999 

8.152 
1 8 . 1 89 
12.602 

5.534 
40.689 



420 


296 


599 


703 


155 


245 


61 


12 


3B3 


129 


18 


140 


137 


18 


1 16 


1 17 


16 


159 


253 


24 


857 


215 


1U 


1 12 


196 


B 


652 


608 


28 


73S 



65,932 
36, 144 
2.854 
4.045 
3.925 
3i422 
5.336 
2.916 
1 .865 
5l425 



Motion picture production, 
distribution, services^ 



Billiard and pool parlors, 
bowling alleys 



Other aimjsement, recreation services 



735 


421 


372 


545 


408 


256 


2 




ID) 


24 


4 


l572 


7 




825 


9 




137 


If 




(01 


5 




88 


4 




78 


25 


1 


il99 



80,271 

76, 507 

(01 

705 

441 

30 

(Dl 

21 

18 



21O88 
636 
57 
1 15 
134 
135 
311 
215 
145 
329 



461096 
15.767 
2.393 
2.997 
3.070 
3.653 
5.325 
3.289 
1 .889 
6.715 



14.028 

5.896 

589 

924 

B90 

1 .159 

1.399 

81 J 

446 

1 .828 



7.9B4 
2.828 
197 
414 
434 
356 
581 
534 
407 
2.133 



45811 1 1 

2081042 

(D) 

22i905 

15i146 

1 2 1 1 06 

(D) 

35 1 055 

12.244 

109.981 



145. 104 
75.052 

(d) 

5.212 
3.743 
3.561 

(d) 

8i»48 

3.205 

33. 142 



HOTELS, HDTELS, TOURIST COURTS, 
CAMPS, TOTAL 



Motels, tourist courts, trailer 
parks, camps 



8.224 
820 
84 
191 
515 
245 
679 
621 
605 

4.463 



733.070 
372.635 
15.017 
28.593 
59.586 
19.538 
34.538 
20.719 
23.900 
15B.544 



235.743 
137.297 
5.442 
10.438 
19.248 
6.399 
9.811 
5.115 
5.614 
37.179 



4.704 
738 
60 
144 
414 
135 
445 
389 
347 

2.032 



567.833 
369.755 
14.371 
27.840 
58. 134 
18.035 
30.600 
17.503 
20.453 
111.141 



224.323 

135.721 

5i335 

10i319 

191064 

61 152 

9.165 

4.595 

5.436 

27.515 



3.520 

82 

24 

47 

102 

110 

234 

232 

25B 

2.431 



55.237 
2.b80 
646 
753 
1 .452 
1 .502 
3.938 
3.215 
3.447 

47.403 



12i420 
576 
107 
119 
184 
247 
626 
520 
378 
9i663 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. 
^Includes receipts from export operations. 



(NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $500. 



Represents zero. 



1-54 



Table IG. 



SELECTED SERVICES -AREA STATISTICS 

SELECTED SERVICES: 1954-GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS AND CITY SIZE- 

Continued 

Establishments, Receipts, and Annual Payroll 



Division and city aize 



Estab- 

lishmenta 

( Nuoiber) 



Receipts 
($liOOO) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 



Estab- 
lishments 
(Nujnber) 



Receipts 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 



Estab- 
lishments 
(NujDber) 



Receipts 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 



EAST NORTH CENTRAL 



Totals all cities 

Cities :/ith — 500,000 or more inhabitants... 
250,000 tc '199,999 inhabitants 
100,000 to ^'^9,999 inhabitants, 
?D,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
35,000 to Ii9,999 inhabitants.. 
in,0OO to 2^,999 inhabitants.. 
5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants.... 

2,500 to '1,999 inhabitants 

Less than 2,500 inhabitants 



Total, all cities 

Cities vith — 500,000 or more inhabitants.. 
250,000 to '1^39,999 inhabitant' 
100,000 to 2119,999 inhabitant: 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabit,ant3. 
25,000 to '19,099 inhabitajits. 
10,000 to 21:, 999 inhabitants. 
5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants... 
2,500 to li,999 inhabitants... 
less than 2,500 inhabitants.. 



Total, all cities 

Cities vith— 500,000 or more inhabitants... 
250.000 to liQ9j990 Inhabitants 
lOOJnOO to 2''9,999 inhabitants 
fO,000 to 99,909 inhabitants.. 
25,000 to '19,999 Inhabitants.. 
16,000 to 2ii, 999 inhabitants.. 
5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants.... 

2,500 to li,999 inhabitants 

Less than 2,500 inhabitcjits. . . 



Total, all cities 

Cities v-lth— 500,000 or more inhabitants... 
250.000 to '199,999 inhabitants 
100,000 to 2li9,999 Inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 to 119,909 inhabitants.. 
10,000 t.o ?'i,999 inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants 

2,500 to li,999 inhabitants.... 
lass than 2,500 Inhabitants... 



Total, aJl cities 

Cities vlth~500,00o or norc inhablt^in';... 
250,000 to 1190,999 Inhabitants 
100,000 to 01,9^009 inhabitants 
50,000 to 00,909 inhabitants.. 
25^000 to '19,999 inhabitants.. 
30,000 to oil, 999 Inhabitants.. 
5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants.... 
2,500 to ii,999 Inhabitcjits.... 
I::s 'har P,^ Inhabitants... 



Total, ail citiss 

Cities vith— 500,000 .-r no— .■ inhabitants.... 
250,000 to ''99,999 inhabitants. 
100,000 to 2'l9,999 inhabitants. 
50,000 to 09,999 Inhabitants... 
25,000 to 1'9,999 inhabitants... 
1P,OOC' to 211,999 inhabitants... 

5,000 to 9,909 inhabitants 

2,500 to ':,999 inhabitants 

Less than 0,500 inhabitants.... 



SEI^CTED SERVICES, TOIAL 



PERSONAL SERVICES, TOTAL 



Barber shops 



1511863 

421989 

81863 

9i659 

1 It 600 

13i922 

1m 423 

10.964 

81 165 

30,778 



4192712511 
2 1 567 ,337 
294,289 
319,241 
321 ,744 
327,689 
321 ,307 
tai ,643 
1 1 7 , 1 37 
476,867 



1,336, 145 
701,785 
94,722 
97,053 
100,149 
96,351 
85,429 
44,569 
33,475 
92,612- 



69,550 
21 ,601 
4,408 
4,650 
5,679 
6,700 
7,131 
5,120 
3,926 
10,335 



1,273,454 

500,897 

96,056 

103,058 

121,303 

131,685 

1 1 8,143 

71 ,587 

44,436 

86,289 



439,862 
189,832 
37,572 
36,882 
43,985 
46,157 
3 7,789 
1 9,986 
10,382 
15,277 



19,391 
5,178 
1 ,147 
1 ,321 
1 ,491 
1,359 
1 ,959 
1 ,401 
1,195 
3,840 



121,763 

36,038 

8,013 

9,068 

10,840 

13,242 

1 3 , 43 7 

d,48S 

6,103 

16,537 



32, 196 
10,391 
2,395 
2,579 
3,276 
4,012 
3,970 
2,U7B 
1, 192 
2,3J3 



Beauty shops 



Funeral service, crematories 



Photographic studios (including 
commercial photography) 



15,936 
3,949 
1, 1 24 
1 ,117 
1 ,357 
1 ,707 
1 ,791 
1 ,333 
990 
2,618 



128,778 

46,982 

8,990 

9,426 

12,931 

13,584 

13,807 

8,629 

4,745 

9,684 



41,489 
17,869 
3,058 
3,245 
4,404 
4,355 
4,139 
2,325 
877 
1,216 



4,201 
848 
156 
164 
232 
338 
446 
376 
407 

1 ,234 



180,863 
51,435 
10,203 
1 1 , 794 
15,732 
19,852 
20,470 
14,357 
1 1 ,473 
25,497 



28, 100 
9, 1 17 
2,261 
2,601 
2,847 
3,686 
2,932 
1 ,731 
1,181 
1 ,744 



3,455 
1,050 
201 
236 
316 
386 
440 
292 
225 
309 



71,980 
34, 11 1 
4,383 
5,293 
6,520 
6,883 
5,774 
3,817 
2,373 
2,821 



20,332 

12,4.98 

1,017 

1 ,426 

1 ,828 

1,527 

774 

569 

279 

414 



Shoe repair shops 



Pressing, alteration, garment repair 
(except fur) 



Cleaning, dyeing plants (except 
rug cleaning)^ 



5,062 
1 ,852 
290 
341 
452 
486 
466 
321 
263 
581 



33,712 
1 1 ,882 
2,345 
2,982 
3,456 
3,850 
3,452 
2,083 
1 ,348 
2,314 



5,029 


8 


,798 


1,814 


4 


,458 


645 




528 


576 




576 


543 




674 


588 




538 


423 




652 


190 




408 


51 




241 


99 




523 



85,265 
46,558 
5,262 
5,332 
6,297 
5,540 
5,901 
3,800 
2,388 
4,387 



13,421 
7,324 
92 3 
965 
985 
86B 
92 3 
620 
31 I 
502 



4,898 
1 ,105 
327 
341 
434 
517 
632 
506 
358 
678 



255,945 
80,781 
19,899 
21 ,657 
25,734 
29,388 
29,315 
18,094 
10,695 
18,382 



124,183 
41 ,395 
9,890 
10,901 
14,49? 
14,375 
13,705 
7,835 
4,378 
7,207 



Power laundries, self-service 
laundries, total 



Power laundries^ 



Self-service laundries 



2,776 


188 


651 


91 1 


84 


195 


155 


13 


724 


179 


17 


5U5 


222 


le 


982 


299 


20 


252 


351 


18 


160 


282 ■ 


8 


263 


150 


4 


250 


227 


3 


310 



99,316 

45,093 

7,655 

9,576 

10,029 

10,383 

9,125 

3,534 

1,906 

1,014 



1 ,555 
517 
lUO 
1 14 
148 
198 
230 
168 
80 
100 



175,330 

79,554 

13,023 

16,724 

17,566 

18,571 

16,527 

7,320 

3,743 

2,192 



96,886 
45,343 
7,514 
9,437 
9,74js 
9,961 
8,783 
3,422 
1 ,848 
835 



453 
125 
27 
25 
50 
69 
53 
40 
22 
41 



8,847 

2,539 

527 

513 

1 ,152 

1 ,469 

1 ,149 

509 

261 

718 



2,430 
750 
141 
I3y 
286 
422 
343 
112 
58 
179 



Other personal services 



BUSINESS SERVICES (EXCEPT ACCOUNTING, 
AUDITING, BOOKKEEPING), TOTAL 



AUTOMOBILE REPAIR SERVICES, 
GARAGES, TOTAL 



4 


98 3 


205 


497 


2 


240 


108 


865 




380 


23 


237 




375 


19 


996 




501 


17 


811 




470 


19 


284 




394 


7 


827 




201 


4 


059 




97 


1 


061 




325 


3 


357 



75,796 

43,331 

9,728 

5,912 

5,576 

5,353 

1,797 

1,104 

207 

778 



15,582 
5,887 
1 ,037 
1 ,182 
1 ,417 
1 ,437 
1 ,495 
920 
544 
1 ,663 



1 ,530,085 
1 ,178,844 
59,537 
64, 104 
46,737 
42,335 
35,36i 
14,790 
7,403 
56,957 



327, 8U0 

239, 53P 

15,650 

21 ,570 

14,373 

1 1,87.1 

a, 50c 

3,55 

1 ,252 

10,361 



17,393 
4,086 
1 , J94 
1 ,256 
1 ,353 
1,645 
1 ,61 1 
1 ,291 
358 
4,188 



446,219 
178,278 
33,306 
39,609 
35,563 
34,600 
29,096 
18,871 
II ,759 
64,937 



103,324 
46,055 
9,366 
9,839 
9,064 
7,690 
5,952 
3,248 
1,568 
8,522 



Automobile repair, total 



General automobile repair shops 



Other automobile repair shops 



4 


360 


299 


252 


2 


637 


88 


950 




764 


18 


554 




900 


21 


975 


1 


,117 


27 


981 


1 


,404 


26 


325 


1 


459 


25 


582 


1 


,216 


17 


772 




832 


10 


846 


4 


,029 


59 


257 



58,525 
25,154 
5,176 
5,906 
7,215 
6,596 
5,185 
2,9914 
1,468 
7,830 



9,525 
1 ,591 
456 
558 
673 
624 
912 
784 
545 
3,182 



175,322 
47,705 

9,377 
11, 661 
14, )65 
14,347 
14, J55 
10, 739 

6,564 
45,899 



34,398 
12,91s 
2,34^ 
2,904 
3,0h^ 
2,92V 
2l65h 
I ,65' 
79t 
5,121 



4,635 
1 ,046 
308 
342 
444 
560 
547 
434 
<I87 
847 



123,930 

41 ,245 

9,177 

10,314 

13,916 

13,976 

10,617 

7,033 

4,262 

13,366 



34,128 
13,239 
2,834 
3,004 
4, 133 
5,659 
2,530 
I ,344 
573 
2,7'J2 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
^Includes receipts and payroll of plant-owned outlets. 



n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $500. 



. . Represents zero . 



UNITED STATES SUMMARY 



1-55 



Table IG. SELECTED SERVICES: 1954-GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS AND CITY SIZE- 

Continued 





Establishments, Receipts, and Annual 


Payroll 










Division a:id city size 


Estab- 
lishments 
t Number) 


Receipts 
($1,000) 


Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 


Estab- 

lishmenta 

(Number) 


Receipts 

($1,000) 


Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lishments 
(Number) 


Receipts 
($1,000) 


Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 


EAST NORTH CENTRAL — Continued 


Automobile storage, parking 


Other automobile services 


MISCELLANEOUS REPAIR SERVICES, TOTAL 




1.5d4 

849 

215 

229 

128 

88 

31 

9 

5 

30 


59.142 

59.870 

7.330 

7.130 

2.775 

966 

367 

66 

50 

562 


18.528 

12.649 

2.461 

2.055 

846 

255 

110 

20 

15 

117 


1 .449 
60U 
1 15 
127 
1 IS 
154 
121 
64 
21 
129 


87.8i5 

49.450 

7 . t 1 L 

lo. /O.i 

4.d07 

5.309 

3. 147 

1 .013 

d6^ 

5.108 


16.27tl 
9.2^:- 
1 .7iV 
1 .876 
1 . 123 
•;3V 

'07 
dil 

85 
575 


2i.704 
5.593 
1 .246 
1 . 34o 
1 .743 
2.206 
,^.420 
1 .705 
1 .291 
5.154 


343.976 
139.631 
24.962 
19.094 
27.284 
32.039 
28.976 
17.648 
10.547 
43.795 


86. 101 




44. 1 12 




7. 150 


100, OCX) w 2^+9,9^9 Intiabitanta 


4.839 




6.743 


25,000 to ^9,999 inhabitante ••• 


7.553 




5.032 


5,000 to 9,99y inhabitants • 


3,062 




1,201 




6,409 








Watch, clock, Jewelry repair 


Upholstery, lurnii-ure repair 


Radio, television repair shops 




1.90H 
757 
150 
139 
146 
177 
155 
97 
85 
204 


15.419 

7.547 

1 .287 

1 .29 = 

1.111 

1 .207 

899 

d72 

427 

971 


2.330 

1.443 

197 

213 

139 

206 

22 

84 

2 

24 


2.496 
obS 
135 
156 
221 
2o2 
323 
204 
141 
366 


32.604 
13.06<: 
2.420 
2. 128 
2.940 
/.393 
J. 170 
I.0I 1 
091 
3.339 


7.0,0 
3.315 
fi4^ 
497 
oOo 
547 
488 
228 
99 
596 


5.206 
1,294 
346 
327 
479 
539 
559 
572 
272 
1 .018 


68.576 

24 , 3 1 4 
4.479 
4.213 
7. ",5= 
7.421 
6.103 
3.69 = 
2.'i26 
7.970 


14, 138 




6,821 




1,083 


100,000 to 2'*9,99y inhabitants,, , 


955 




1 ,679 


25,000 to i*-9,999 tnhabitanta ••••■•.. 


1 ,593 




797 


5,000 to y,999 inhabitants 


397 




128 


Less t-han 2,500 inhabitants •.■.•...■•..•*. 


685 








Other repair services 


AMUSEMENT, RECREATION SERVICES (IN- 
CLUDING MOTION PICTURES), TOTAL 


Motion picture theaters 




13.094 

?.85i 

615 

724 

897 

U228 

1.385 

1.032 

79 3 

3.566 


227.297 

94.20i 
16.776 
11.455 
15.778 
2U.S10 
18.8 J4 
1 1 .470 
6. 303 
31 .4m5 


62.613 
32.533 
5.228 
3.174 
4.317 
5. 207 
3.725 
2.353 
972 
5. 104 


15.5^,3 
3. ,30 

8.6 

895 

986 

1 .336 

1 .441 

1 ."58 

901 

4.442 


'i12.062 
316. 1 JO 
46.J71 
38.912 
50.751 
57.063 
79.5t3 
39.^13 
31. 130 
150.33-.- 


210.916 
o7.1 5j 
12.2»7 
10.275 

12. 19' 
13.31" 
1 9 . 32 8 
1 0. Jf 1 
6. 4 JY 
39. 100 


i. J51 
44t 
125 
144 
163 
237 
3.1 
279 
ial 

1. J81 


258.476 
82 . & 1 u 
13,216 
16,754 
21,722 
27,481 
^7,547 
16. U'9 
1 0. 039 
"■"j.l 18 


56,368 




I9,0o2 




3,221 


100,000 to 2'(-9,9S^ inhabitants • 


4 , 090 


50,000 to y9,9y9 inhabitants,,,....,., 


4,481 


25^000 to H9i99y inhabitants 


6, 133 


10,000 to 2^,y99 inhabitants 


5,900 




3,623 


2,500 to U,999 inhabitants 


2. 185 




7.053 








Motion picture production, 
distribution, services 


Billiard and pool parlors, 
bowling alleys 


Other amusement, recreation services 




272 

165 

27 

12 

14 

7 

20 

4 

5 

I0 


1 11 .239 

96.d57 

9.137 

448 

1 . J|8 

44 

ID) 

IJI 

3o 

430 


23.200 

20.421 

1.732 

170 

4 27 

1 1 

IJI 

IJI 

8 

13d 


3.193 
740 
160 
174 
192 
262 
378 
285 
262 
740 


97.926 

31 .560 
5.9V2 
6.159 
tit9'ib 
9.761 

12.033 
6.646 
4.56t- 

12.269 


29.69V 
b^.690 
^.OBv 
2.121 
2.^3b 
3.007 
3.5i2 
1 .58^ 
94/ 
2.726 


t..9a7 
2,293 
494 
565 
617 
830 
742 
490 
353 
2.603 


344.421 

K6.b73 

18.676 

13.i51 

19.023 

19.777 

(D) 

(D) 

15.087 

97,472 


101 .649 




36.942 


250,000 to ^b9,999 inhabitants. ...•••,, •.,.,,,, 


5.655 




3,894 




5,130 




4.159 


10,000 to 2i*,999 inhabitants .••...•..,•. 


(D) 




(D) 


2,500 to 'f^yyy inhabitants 


3.297 




<i8.663 








HOTELS, M3TELS, TOURIST COURTS 
CAMPS, TOTAL 


Hotels 


Motels, tourist courts, trailer 
parks, camps 


■TWt^.l , n.1 1 c1 ti '•n 


1 J.131 
1.184 
272 
330 
412 
597 
t>25 
670 
645 
4.996 


521 .458 
251 .5^7 
33.457 
34,264 
38.106 
<!9.967 
30.141 
19.534 
1 1 .362 
72.540 


168.136 
J3.1 13 
1 1.677 
11.539 
13.071 
9.768 
8.822 
4.f.4.J 
2.t3D 
I2.ic3 


3.641 
1 .037 
197 
191 
239 
203 
571 
316 
219 
768 


444.015 
248.9rft- 
31 .823 
31 .4 4 
35.252 
25.377 
23.810 
14.2;4 
7.818 
25.241 


157.891 

92.705 

1 1 .3 J' 

1 1 .22J 

12.705 

9. 15/ 

O.047 

4 . 1 6V 

2. 156 

6.36^ 


6.490 
147 
75 
139 
173 
314 
454 
^54 
426 

4.208 


77.443 
2.601 
1 .634 
2.780 
2.SS4 
4,590 
6.331 
5.310 
4.U44 

47.299 


10.245 




40b 




310 




31i; 




366 




oil 


10,000 to 2U,999 inhabitants , 


775 




479 


2,500 to ^,959 inhabitants ,,,,, 


479 




6.501 







Standard Notes: CD) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (t\k) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less thari $500. 



Represents zero. 



1-56 



SELECTED SERVICES -AREA STATISTICS 



Table IG. SELECTED SERVICES: 1954-GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS AND CITY SIZE- 

Continued 





Establishments, Receipts, and Annual 


Payroll 










Division and city size 


Estab- 
lishments 
(Number) 


Receipts 
($1,000) 


Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lishments 
(Number) 


Receipts 
($1,000) 


Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 


Estah- 

lishjieDts 

(Number) 


Receipts 
($1,000) 


Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 


WEST NORTH CENTRAL 


SELECTED SERVICES, I0I4L 


PERSONAL SERVICES, TOTAL 


Barber shops 




76. "(58 
8.573 
6.629 
4.042 
U.492 
4.445 
3.415 
6.516 
6.536 , 

26.813 


1 .627.904 
43C.618 
256.702 
1 15.838 
113.258 
1 00 . 1 1 
159.035 
106.470 
79.558 
266,414 


404.580 
1 17.550 
74.857 
33.507 
32.691 
27.727 
40.492 
24. 069 
14.475 
39 , 1 02 


30.B41 
4.143 
3.023 
1 .675 
1 .904 
1 .886 
3,659 
2.721 
2.849 
3,976 


437.537 139.450 
92.085 36.157 
63.551 24.523 
31.956 11.67b 
33.382 12.275 
35.358 12.111 
55.773 17.817 
36.499 10.255 
29.77b 6.641 
59.155 7.993 


9,157 
1,020 
770- 
453 
510 
458 
970 
741 
814 
3,41 1 


50.044 
6.552 
5.445 
3,190 
3,533 
3.515 
5.995 
4.519 
4.096 

12.987 


11,777 




1.838 




1.597 




950 




1.050 




1 .080 




1.576 




1. 162 




926 


Less than 3, 500 Inhabitants 


1 .588 




Beauty shops 


Funeral service, crematories 


Photographic studios ( including 
commercial photography) 




7.370 
935 
743 
39 
510 
506 
922 
637 
674 

2.053 


49.223 
3.746 
7.720 
3.529 
4.542 
4.370 
6.562 
3.549 
3.069 
7.135 


14,383 

3.100 

2.976 

1.300 

1 .605 

1.387 

1.848 

316 

496 

854 


1 ,959 

145 

33 

49 

71 

35 

207 

133 

258 

833 


72.048 
11.412 
5.223 
3.741 
4.71 4 
4.821 
9.918 
6.553 
7.238 
17.428 


12.245 
3.270 
1 .344 

732 
1 .198 

907 
1.592 

91 1 

865 
1 .32; 


1 ,690 
221 
194 
95 
99 
134 
239 
209 
173 
325 


31 .520 
8.089 
5.470 
1,242 
1 ,988 
2,368 
4,441 
2.984 
2.230 
2.708 


7.540 




3.261 




1,311 




224 




524 




481 




938 




360 




254 




177 








Shoe repair shops 


Pressing, alteration, garment repair 
(except fur) 


Cleaning, dyeing plants (except 
rug cleaning)^ 




2.404 
336 
240 
124 
138 
135 
274 
208 
235 
706 


14.962 
2.274 
1 .dl5 
945 
1 .072 
1.125 
1 .989 
1 .487 
1 .588 
2.667 


1.788 
331 
382 
155 
181 
189 
244 
138 
101 
56 


2,551 
657 
427 
199 
149 
136 
253 
145 
139 
446 


19.450 
4.958 
3.443 
2.327 
822 
1,170 
1 .794 
1.070 
1 .064 
2.812 


2.917 
865 
507 
381 
116 
198 
297 
150 
148 
25U 


2,519 
293 
189 
133 
146 
167 
357 
310 
327 
597 


(D) 
14.934 
1 1 .187 
6.31 1 
6.571 
3.091 
12.234 
9.288 
(D) 
9.812^ 


37,150 




7.559 




5.353 


100,000 to 2lt9,999 inha'bitEnts 


2.977 
3.035 




3,583 




5,389 




3,757 




2.553 




2,8)4 








Pouer laundries, self-service 
laundries, total 


Power laundries^ 


Self-service laundries 




1.306 
160 
124 
35 
96 
109 
224 
154 
146 
208 


55.735 
14.449 
1 1 .973 
6.151 
6.655 
6.793 
9.1.95 
5.201 
2.630 
1.978 


34.130 
8.387 
5.729 
3.204 
3.445 
3.385 
5.C01 
2.37U 
1,109 
499 


634 
91 
64 
51 
51 
66 

141 
91 
69 
50 


50.924 

13.704 

1 1.473 

5.73U 

6.213 

5.442 

9.332 

(D) 

(Dl 

1 .072 


33,425 

8,273 

5,56 1 

3,118 

3,390 

3,335 

4.918 

(D) 

(D) 

361 


222 

27 
22 
22 

19 
17 
27 
19 
27 
42 


2.743 
435 
308 
319 
298 
135 
313 
(D) 
(D) 
446 


705 




114 




68 


100,000 to PhS 9*5^ inhab-'tants 


86 




56 




50 




.". 




° 




(Dl 




138 








Other personal services 


BUSINESS SERVICES (EXCEPT ACCOUNTINC, 
AUDITING, BOOKKEEPING), TOTAL 


AUIOHOBILE HEPAm SERVICES, 
GARAGES, TOTAL 




1.775 
376 
250 
147 
185 
145 
213 
129 
83 
246 


(D) 
20.511 
10.274 
4.510 
3.385 
3.105 
2.894 
1 .348 

(d) 

1.627 


17.520 

7.535 

4.314 

1,744 

1,119 

801 

832 

591 

158 

416 


5,918 
1 .261 
912 
513 
594 
538 
772 
533 
445 
1 .344 


333.021 

174.021 

64.556 

22,117 

23,192 

1 1 ,134 

15.986 

7.906 

3.789 

10.320 


68.336 

31 ,601 

14.955 

5.907 

5.59 1 

2.690 

3,947 

1 .554 

578 

1 ,903 


10,377 
988 
841 
620 
630 
524 
1t053 
333 
831 
4.057 


189.619 
34.355 
27.597 
15,212 
14.943 
9,526 
16.323 
1 1.050 
10.909 
49.544 


37,124 




9,518 


250 000 to Ug9 099 inhabitants 


6.943 




3.649 




3.839 




1.973 




2,931 




1,548 




1,506 


Le33 than 2,500 Inhabitants 


5,017 








Autonobile repair, total 


General automobile repair shops 


Other automobile repair shops 




9.318 
684 
575 
490 
518 
481 

1 .001 
79B 
803 

3.968 


145.124 
18.486 
14,836 

9.492 
11.685 

8.518 
15.019 
10.395 
10.347 
47.345 


25,163 
5,180 
3.802 
2.123 
2.931 
1,774 
2,653 
1,580 
1,455 
4,665 


6.591 
441 
368 
299 
327 
280 
605 
471 
533 

3.267 


89.979 
9.505 
7.990 
4.572 
5.946 
4.205 
7.935 
5. 139 
5.457 

38.231 


13,181 
2,468 
1 ,685 

826 
1 .328 

745 
1 .196 

653 

818 
3,462 


2.727 
243 
207 
191 
191 
201 
395 
327 
270 
701 


55,145 
8,981 
6,846 
4,920 
5.740 
4.313 
7,084 
5,257 
3.890 
9,1 14 


12.982 




2,712 


550 000 to U99 999 inhabitants 


2.117 






'=0 000 to OQ 099 Inhabitants 


1.603 




1.029 


10 000 to ?li,999 Inhabitants 


1.457 




927 


2 500 to 'i,*^ inhabitants 















Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid dlaclosure. (NA) Not available. 
^Includea receipts and payroll of plant-owned outlets. 



Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. (2) Use than $500. 



Represents zero. 



UNITED STATES SUMMARY 



1-57 



Table IG. SELECTED SERVICES; 



19M-GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS AND CITY SIZE- 
Continued 





Establishments, Receipts, and 


Annual 


Payroll 










Division and city size 


Kstab- 

llshments 

(Number) 


Receipts 
($1,000) 


Payroll, 

entire yrfar 

(»1,000) 


Estab- 
lishments 
(Number) 


Receipts 
($1,000) 


Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lishments 
(Number) 


Receipts 
($1,000) 


Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 


A'EST NORTH CENTRAL--Continued 


Automobile storage, parking 


Other automobile services 


MISCELLANEOUS REPAffi SERVICES, TOTAL 




569 

199 

165 

86 

63 

8 

lu 

7 

6 

21 


(D) 

7.779 

5.844 

2.948 

1.295 

137 

269 

(D) 

10 

351 


5.741 

2.587 

1.731 

661 

393 

15 

75 

23 

• •• 

56 


490 
105 
101 
44 
49 
35 
38 
28 
22 
68 


(D) 
8.090 
7.017 
2.772 
1 .952 

871 
1.035 

(D) 

612 
1 .648 


5.220 

1 .851 

1 .410 

555 

515 

184 

203 

45 

5! 

296 


12.295 
1 .263 

941 

551 

6.11 

712 

1 .327 

1 .054 

1 .028 

4.588 


138.153 

24.085 

17.4c2 

11,121 

8.UU8 

8.431 

15.084 

lU.2bb 

8. 144 

35.S02 


27.742 




7.037 


2*50.000 to Uoy.gyg inliabltanta.. 


4.4 92 






^,000 to y9,999 Inhabitants. .•...•«•...,. 


1 . '337 






10,000 to 2^,999 Inhabitants 






















Watch, clock. Jewelry repair 


Upholstery, furniture repair 


Radio, television repair shops 


Total, oTi cities ■•.•... 


808 

181 

102 

83 

68 

56 

Ti 

62 

39 

145 


5.142 
1 .691 
1.310 
532 
551 
357 
356 
355 
178 
791 


923 

355 

295 

53 

71 

43 

28 

30 

5 

42 


981 

169 

122 

73 

72 

57 

165 

115 

59 

129 


9.508 

2.205 

1.597 

834 

H52 

805 

1 .446 

699 

415 

655 


1 .746 

490 

376 

191 

201 

156 

195 

49 

46 

40 


1 .914 
244 
205 
1 59 
121 
127 
243 
155 
181 
498 


23.104 
4.331 
3.676 
2.187 
1 .513 
1 .496 
3.191 
1 .679 
1 ,458 
3,533 








250,000 to "+99,999 inhabitants,,,,. 


912 


100,000 to 2'*9,999 inhabitants 


466 


50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants,,,. ■•,,,.*• 


258 


25,000 to '*9,999 inhabitants,,., • 


213 






5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants • ,,,,,, 


152 




82 


Less than 2,500 inhabitants .,,,,, 


165 








Other repair services 


AMUSaiENT,- RECREATION SERVICES (IN- 
CLUDING MOTION PICTURES), TOTAL 


Motion picture theaters 


Total, all cities ,,,, 


8i592 
669 
512 
366 

380 
t62 
BUS 
701 
7 39 
3i91'J 


99.339 

15.358 

10.879 
7.568 
4.992 
5.753 

10.081 
7.522 
5.093 

30.583 


21.045 
5.000 
2.907 
2.000 
1.107 
1.146 
1.942 
1.305 
bOo 
4.632 


8.259 
647 
551 
323 
413 
395 
799 
572 
660 

5.788 


298.638 
57.872 
49.057 
16.850 
17.257 
15.937 
30.427 
22.087 
16.232 
70.909 


67.294 
15.13U 
12.571 
4.2V4 
4.233 
3.739 
6.252 
4.642 
2.951 
13.398 


2.489 

99 

95 

50 

75 

92 

2C.8 

222 

239 

1.4J7 


120.942 

14.111 

11.151 

6.735 

8.276 

8.837 

17.002 

12.487 

10.039 

32.323 


23.564 




3.749 


250,000 to ^99,999 inhabitants 


2.555 




1 .388 


50,000 to 99t9^ inhabitants 


1 . 720 




1.774 




3.076 




2.352 




1 .768 


Less than 2,500 inhabitants 


5, 152 








Motion picture production, 
-iistrlbution, services 


Bllli 


ard and pool parlors, 
bowling alleys 


Other amusement, recreation services 


l''^tnl , ftlT /^Itl^R 


15U 

5) 

4U 

19 

5 

6 

6 

5 

1 

9 


(d) 

19.333 

(D) 

4.986 

260 

66 

297 

24 

(01 

176 


6.450 

2.873 

(D) 

858 

57 

17 

103 

2 

(0) 

42 


1 .815 

108 

89 

50 

67 

51 

150 

155 

192 

^■33 


32.05a 

3.747 
3.725 
1 .468 
1.713 
2.162 
3.423 
2.736 
2.714 
10.359 


7.316 
1 .396 
1 .265 
471 
516 
583 
856 
538 
51 3 
978 


3.800 
38 1 
332 

204 
265 
237 
425 
239 
226 
1 .439 


(D) 

20.581 

(D) 

5.650 

7.018 

4.872 

9.705 

6.840 

(D) 

28.041 


27.954 




7.116 


250,000 to '+99,999 inhabitants 


(D) 




1.567 




1.940 


25,000 to ^+9,999 inhabitants .,,.,.,• 


1 .265 




2.217 


5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants 


1 .650 




(D) 


T^«Q t.hiyi ?, <yvi lnhAblt.fijit.R 


7.226 








HJrELS, MOTELS, TOURIST COURTS, 
CAMPS, TOTAL 


Hotels 


Motels, tourist courts, trailer 
parks, camps 


Total, all cities 


7.768 
271 
345 
250 
310 
387 
805 
718 
722 

3i960 


230.936 
48.200 
34.379 
16.582 
15.466 
19.625 
25.442 
18.572 
10.646 
40.924 


54. 134 
18.103 
1 1.273 
5.257 
5.015 
5.556 
6.814 
4.434 
1 .879 
5.592 


2.783 
237 
284 
130 
154 
173 
292 
275 
317 
921 


176.695 
47.701 
33.341 
14.956 
14.532 
15.225 
19.530 
13.510 
5.347 
12.554 


58.342 
1 8 . 040 
1 1 .172 
5.127 
4.838 
5,196 
5.196 
3.882 
1 .498 
2.393 


4.985 
34 
61 
120 
156 
214 
513 
443 
■405 

3.039 


52.240 
499 
1.038 
1 .626 
1 .934 
3.400 
5.912 
5.162 
4.299 

28.370 


5.792 




55 


250,000 to 499,999 inhabitants .,,,•*• 


101 


100, COO to 2^9,999 inhabitants * ,,,• 


140 




178 




460 


10,000 to 2i+,999 inhabitants ....,• 


51S 




552 




381 




3.299 







Standard Notes: (D) Witliheld to avoid diaclosure. (NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $500. 



, Represents zero. 



1-58 



Table IG. 



SELECTED SERVICES -AREA STATISTICS 

SELECTED SERVICES: 1954-GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS AND CITY SIZE- 

Continued 

Establishments, Receipts, and Annual Payroll 



Division and city size 


Estab- 
lishments 
(Number) 


Receipts 
($1,000) 


PayroU, 

entire year 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lishments 
(Number) 


Receipts 
($1,000) 


Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lishments 
(Number) 


Receipts 
($1,000) 


Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 


SOUTH ATLANTIC 


SELECTED SERVICES, 


TOTAL 


PERSONAL SERVICES, TOTAL 


Barber shops 




911589 
10.152 

2.516 
1 1 1 59.3 

9.815 

a.B^e 

10.058 
7,217 
7.028 

2«.307 


2.403.265 
400.140 
1 34.6S6 
369.134 
274.105 
2^8.720 
215.785 
143,310 
127.266 
459.819 


683.777 

130,639 
35.996 

108.618 
34.197 
71.713 
58,681 
11 ,322 
32,503 

1 17,078 


39,788 
5,117 
1 , 139 
4,972 
1.172 
3.889 
4.459 
3.492 
3.312 
8.636 


691. 101 

1 12.632 
29.521 

102.132 
95.757 
73.169 
75.163 
55,993 
16.494 

102.240 


253,737 
41,332 
1 1 ,357 
38,601 
33,101 
28. 20^ 
27,987 
19.252 
11.751 
31 . 117 


1o,318 
1,224 

225 
1 .223 
1 .083 

955 
1 .077 

948 

863 
2.715 


58.904 
9.356 
2,221 
8,159 
8,505 
6,743 
7,715 
5,158 
5,565 

14,372 


21.031 




3,135 




1.012 




2.859 




3.425 




2,555 




2,836 




2,075 




1.970 












Beauty shops 


Funeral service, crematories 


Photographic studios (including 
commercial photography) 




9.650 
1.27 2 

2. =.2 
1.121 
1 .115 

93 1 
1.129 

010 

tt50 
2. O'^O 


71.663 

14.320 
3.039 

10.074 
9.942 
8.343 
7.946 
5 . 1 06 
4.427 

11.116 


25.113 
5,859 
1,331 
3,761 
3,685 
2,651 
2,505 
1.138 
1.078 
2.905 


2.230 
IBS 
20 
139 
171 
175 
262 
291 
307 
676 


88.359 
9.974 
2.074 
9.570 

10.947 
9.113 

1 1 .642 

10.002 
9. 306 

15.731 


17.778 
2.292 
519 
2.153 
2.758 
2.1 IS 
2.106 
1 .918 
1 .166 
2. 121 


1 .858 
213 
71 
282 
220 
221 
276 
180 
114 
245 


30.163 
1,301 
3,021 
5,716 
3.637 
3.911 
2,590 
1 .767 
1 .227 
3.851 


6.331 




1,296 


PRO 000 to U99 Q99 inhabltcmts 


585 




1 ,150 




875 




92B 




402 




198 




96 




690 








Shoe repair shops 


Pressing, alteration, garment repair 
(except fur) 


Cleaning, dyeing plants (except 
rug cleaning)^ 




2.807 
11711 
101 
32^, 
303 
216 
2Q6 
2H3 
216 
532 


(D) 

3.391 
935 
2.992 
3,369 
2,631 
2,918 
2.0oa 
(D) 
3.323 


1.931 
948 
223 
688 
868 
561 
615 
310 
251 
437 


4.425 
1 .064 
177 
706 
520 
438 
433 
251 
199 
634 


35.720 
10.397 
1.363 
1.359 
3.246 
2.793 
3,19t> 
2,166 
1 .907 
5.791 


5.838 
1 .979 
2,^7 
555 
138 
473 
128 
337 
362 
1.059 


4.047 
255 
107 
407 
451 
362 
181 
112 
131 

1.135 


150.550 
16.125 
1.888 
20.415 
19,829 
14.221 
18.1 12 
12.675 
11 .315 
32.675 


68,173 




7.829 


250 000 to '*99 W9 Inhabitants 


2.162 




9. 595 




9,311 




5,606 


in 000 to oh 909 inhabitants 


8.337 




3,801 




4.657 


Less than 2, "VX) Inhabitants 


13.875 








Power laundries, self 
laundries, tota 


-service 

1 


Power laundries^ 


Self-service laundries 




2. HOI 
232 
97 
375 
303 
273 
340 
262 
181 
336 


150.206 
26.338 

6,991 
23,711 
22,2o1 
19, 114 
19.220 
1-J.502 

8.877 
10.111 


77.036 

11.969 

3.294 

11.949 

11.751 

10.111 

9.637 

6.151 

1.261 

1.610 


1 .133 
122 
51 
212 
191 
165 
213 
152 
1 16 
197 


139.626 

25.213 

6.579 

21 .991 

21.233 

17,367 

17,814 

12,366 

3,259 

8,776 


75.210 

11.751 

3.218 

1 1 .697 

1 1 ,562 

9,319 

9,372 

6,338 

1,162 

1,32 1 


131 
42 
23 
65 
50 
65 
61 
35 
21 
51 


6.671 
707 
286 

1 .047 
828 

1 .033 
952 
454 
376 
911 


1.795 


Cities ^■3 th— ?X>,000 or more inhabitants 

2'''0 000 to 1*99,^9 inhabitants 


218 
75 




252 


■^ 000 to 99 999 inhabitants 


189 




292 


in 000 to 2'i 999 inhabitants 


265 




113 


^^^W) to 'lj999 Inhabitants 


102 




289 








Other personal se 


rvlces 


BUSINESS SERVICES (EXCEPT ACCOUNTING, 
AUDITING, BOOKKEEPING), TOTAL 


AUTOMOBILE REPAIR SERVICES, 
OARAGES, TOIAL 




2.052 
495 

96 
393 
268 
234 
162 

9? 

51 
271 


(D) 

17.117 

1.936 

17.133 

13.901 

6.234 

2.722 

2.543 

(D) 

4. -(36 


24,206 

6,025 

1.874 

5.901 

4,988 

2,005 

821 

694 

610 

1,289 


3.876 

1 .652 

1o5 

1 .502 

1 .137 

381 

898 

501 

106 

1 .191 


323,795 
89,951 
37,623 
63,009 
4u,605 
24.21b 
15. ^60 
16.129 
3.853 
32.112 


96,59.? 

28,324 
3,996 

19,702 

10,950 

5,566 

2,402 

7.496 

7J1 

1 1 .930 


1 1 i254 
947 
324 

1.370 

1 .231 
922 

1 .203 
797 
790 

3.620 


257.311 
36,1 16 
13.075 
15.632 
35.311 
22,151 
21.775 
13.975 
lOiStO 
58.165 


55,898 


Cltlas -Jith— TiC^OOO or mo-<= inhabitants 


9,951 
3,395 


i(Xl rvm t" "^'19,909 Inhabitants 


1 1.37V 




8,513 




4,7B9 


!n,nOO to 2V,999 inhabitants 

5,nOO to 9,999 Inhabitants 

' SX) to '' 999 Inhabitants 


1.295 

2,618 
1.902 




9.925 








Automobile repair, 


UDtal 


General automobile repair shops 


Other automobile repair shops 


Total, all cltl»s 

01ti''s "Ith "^on ooo 0- jii"'^; inhabitants 


9.805 
616 
221 

1 1OS6 

1.U28 
735 

1.12-) 
764 
771 

3.491 


190.067 
19.320 
6.449 
27. .117 
27.617 
15.J36 
18.818 
12.321 
1 J.',66 
51,413 


12.693 
5.7B5 
1.8J9 
7.563 
7. (03 
3,625 
3,e5t 
2,379 
l,;8u 

8.798 


6.844 
420 
147 
602 
651 
147 
722 
170 
521 

2.861 


120.031 
II.OIv 

1.363 
11.398 
15.663 

7,675 
10,537 

7, 196 

6,614 
11.416 


25. 101 
3.00> 
U d\ ^ 
3,675 
4, 157 
1 .7)0 
2. >26 
1 . 5 1 H 
1 .1o2 
5.51 ' 


2.961 
196 
74 
151 
371 
280 
39d 
294 
250 
333 


70,006 
8,801 
2,086 

13.319 

10.951 
7.361 
3.281 
5.325 
3,852 

10.027 


17.592 
2.783 




595 


J no 000 to 2'49 0Q<3 Inhabitants 


3.688 




2.816 


?f,,no^ to '19,999 inhabitants 


I.B9S 


in,noo to P'(,999 Inhabitants 


1.821 
1.061 


^ ""on to II 099 Inhabitants 


718 




2.181 







Standard Notes: (d) Withheld to avoid dlacloaure. Cna) Not available. 
^Includes receipts and payroll of plant-owned outlets. 



Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $500. 



, Represents eero. 



Table IG. SELECTED SERVICES: 



UNITED STATES SUMMARY 

1954_GEOGRAPHlC DIVISIONS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS AND CITY SIZE- 
Continued 

Establishments. Receipts, and Annual Payroll 



1-59 



vision and city size 



Estab- 
lishments 
(Nuinber) 



Receipts 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

(*1,000) 



Estab- 
lishments 
(Number) 



Receipts 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 



Estab- 
lishments 
(Number) 



Receipts 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 



SOUTH ATLANTIC--Continued 



ttiJ, all cities 

♦ ice vlth— 500,000 or more inhihitanti.. . 
Pfnjoo? tn Ii99,<wq inh^ihitc/itc 
100,000 to P'lQjOgo lnh,i>>^taiit.s 
v>,000 to 99,99*^ inhLibUant:;.. 
^f;,000 to ''9,9fW Inh-bit::nto.. 
10,000 to 2'', 999 inhab< tints., 
?,c?00 to 9,999 inh^ibitantc. . . . 
^.^OO to '•,999 InhAltsnts. ... 
Isss then 2,500 Inhabitants... 



"otil, all -lt,ic= 

"Itics vlth — f00,000 or laorc inhah^tsnts. . . 
250,000 to U99..999 InhsbltantG 
160,000 to 2li9J99Q Inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 inh:ibitants.. 
25,noO to '19,909 ijlhubitsnts.. 
10,000 to 2'i,999 inhribltcnts.. 
5,000 to 9,999 inh:;bitants.... 

?,500 to '(,999 inhabitants 

Less than 2,500 inhabitants... 



T^tal, all cities 

Cities •^th--500,000 or more Inhabitants... 
250,000 to 1*99, 999 inhabitants 
100,000 to ?''9,999 inhabitcjits 
50,600 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 to '•9,999 inhabitants,. 
16,000 to ^hf'yiQ inhabitcnts.. 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitcnts 

2,500 to 1>,999 inhabitants.... 
Less than 2,500 inhabitants... 



Total, all cities 

Cities vlth— 500,000 or more inhabitants... 
250,000 to '»99j999 inhabitants 
160,000 to 2't9,999 inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 to '•9,999 inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 2'-, 999 inhabitants.. 
5,000 to 9,999 Inhabitants.... 
2,500 to 11,999 inhabitants.... 
Less than 2,500 inhabitants... 



Total, aU cities 

?1tle3 v-ith— 500,000 or DOre Inhabitants... 
250,000 to '199,999 inhabitants 
100,000 to 2''9,999 jnhabitsnts 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 to '■9,999 inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 2l',999 inhabitants.. 
5,000 to 9,999 Inllabltcjits.... 

2,500 to l»,999 inhabitants 

I.ass than 2, 5^0 inhabitants... 



Automobile storage, pariiinf 



Other automobile services 



MISCEUAJffiOUS REPAIR SERVICES, TOIAL 



B2i 
232 

175 
I"t5 
1 12 



(D) 
9, Hi 

3l6«t 

6l5a2 

3 I 1 5 

1 1571 

44U 

(D) 

(D) 

6J2 



7 tool 

2.613 

lllOl 

ll7B7 

t25 

357 

lOL 

(D) 

(D) 

167 



21 

1 39 
1 10 
75 
15 
2B 
17 
93 



(D) 
7.063 
2t'-<a2 
1 1 .333 
«l70^ 
5.5«7 
2.513 
(D) 
(D) 
6. '90 



7iiO.J 
1 .552 
4d6 
2.02V 
7B5 
807 
3'45 
(D) 
(D) 
VfcO 



U.31 1 

1.17', 
359 
1 td 9 
1 .3B7 
1 .172 
1 >HVV 

j7'» 
3.Jt3 



204.308 
2S.332 

*.575 
37.499 
22.745 
17.860 
22.296 
1 1 . Jo 1 

9.961 
44.979 



55.561 
0.y29 
2.130 

10.d43 
5. :Jj/ 
4..i;62 
5.462 
1.964 
1.S76 

13.666 



Watch, clock, jewelry repair 



Upholstery, furniture repair 



Radio, television repair shops 



1.491 
167 

56 
259 
24b 
170 
155 
109 

97 
230 



(D) 
1 .633 

61a 

2.0B6 

1 .749 

1 .240 

788 

473 

lT>) 

1 .294 



1 I '■ 38 

368 

129 

365 

245 

154 

54 

24 

26 

123 



1 .648 
175 

49 
237 

194 
159 

171 

103 
3=4 



21 



503 
5.4i.:3 

891 
3.824 
2.862 
1 .622 
1 i3J6 
1.410 

582 
2.980 



5.31? 

1 .-188 

2o( 

1.151 

a08 

323 
365 
26 5 



.830 
320 



>81 
i84 
2b0 
322 
23G 
192 
759 



(D) 
6.242 
1 .031 
6.883 
3.879 
4.027 
4.163 
2,457 

(0) 
7.3j4 



7. 127 

1.58,;, 
196 

1.751 
756 
684 
5g3 
,!75 
264 

1.02s 



Other repair services 



AMUSIMENT, RECREATION SERVICES (IN- 
CLUDING MOTION PICTURES), TOIAL 



Motion picture theaters 



.342 


133 


620 


517 


14 


354 


172 


7 


035 


932 


24 


706 


661 


14 


235 


563 


IJ 


971 


all 


15 


539 


4B4 


6 


713 


482 


6 


166 


. 700 


33 


401 



41.631 
5.393 

2.218 
7.566 
3.998 
3.101 
4.460 
1.430 
1.502 
1 1 . 963 



9.599 
766 
210 

1 .126 
778 
814 
884 
721 
793 

3.5,7 



48t. 158 
6b. ,44 
31.785 
77.189 
40.146 
37.540 
47.647 
24.890 
28.022 

124. a95 



104.44 1 
16.200 

5 . a 1 V 

15.211 
9.2^9 

7.Vi6 

10.6riii 

4.932 

5.71S 

2b.66H 



2.846 
152 
45 
184 
154 
169 
251 
255 
297 

1 .323 



163.701 
21 .143 
6.954 
23.478 
19.4aD 
19.924 
19. (43 
14.699 
13.199 
H5.775 



37.3U7 
5.233 

1.561 
4.609 
3.995 
3.779 
3.889 
3.040 
2.643 
8.557 



Motion picture production, 
distribution, services 



Billiard and pool parlors, 
bowling alleys 



Other amusement, recreation services 



143 
23 



60 . 973 

17.273 

18.753 

23.648 

75 

10) 

101 

155 

(0) 

502 



6 


642 


1 .580 


1 


ElO 


154 


2 


558 


18 


2 


100 


133 




9 


172 




(31 


14'_ 




9 


208 




57 


168 




(01 


179 




86 


408 



20. 991 
3.472 
276 
1 .868 
3.025 
2.074 
2.815 
1 .754 
1.800 
3.905 



5.035 
1 .297 
07 
487 
814 
466 
612 
299 
2o3 
710 



5.030 
437 
1 12 
763 
435 
499 
416 
295 
315 

1 .757 



214.493 

25.155 

5...00 

28.195 

17.560 

(n; 

25.568 
3.28 1 

(d) 

74.713 



55.457 
7.928 
1.625 
8.015 
4.410 
(D) 
5. 170 
1.536 
(D) 

19,31s 



HOTELS, MOTELS, TOURIST COURTS, 
CAMPS, TOTAL 



Motels, tourist courts, trailer 
parks, camps 



9.761 

191 

79 

819 

760 

1 .190 

1 .120 
742 
853 

4.007 



443.589 
65.065 
13.102 
43 . 773 
39.511 
93.779 
31 .644 
21 .261 
28.355 

107. )98 



1 15.548 

22.935 

3.505 

12.882 

1 1.497 

23.992 

7.355 

5.010 

7.552 

21.720 



3. 101 
155 
47 
3oo 
353 
593 
318 
291 
290 
674 



332.034 
64.295 
12.134 
37. 170 
33.531 
84.285 
21 .144 
15.424 
21..326 
43.725 



00 


20b 


6 


.560 


22 


6»9 




26 


3 


42 1 




32 


1 1 


936 




459 


lo 


7 37 




397 


22 


65o 




597 


6 


191 




d02 


4 


334 




451 


5 


5o5 




563 


11 


637 


3 


333 



111.555 
770 

96 a 

5.6J3 
5.980 
9.494 

10.5O0 
5.837 
8.030 

63.373 



16.342 
235 
184 
946 
750 
1 .306 
1.154 
675 
967 

10.083 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. n,e,c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $500, 



Represents zero. 



1-60 



SELECTED SERVICES -AREA STATISTICS 



Table IG. SELECTED SERVICES: 1934-GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS AND CITY SIZE- 

Continued 





Establishments, Receipts, and 


Annual 


Payroll 










Division and city size 


Estab- 
lishments 
(Number) 


Receipts 

($1,000) 


Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 


Eatab- 

lishments 

(Number) 


Receipts 

($1,000) 


Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lishments 
(Number) 


Receipts 
($1,000) 


Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 


EAST SOUTH CENTRAL 


SELECTED SERVICES, TOTAL 


PEBSONAl SERVICES, TOTAL 


Barber shops 




34.391 
• •• 

5.359 
4.092 
1 .415 
2.767 
3.754 
4.075 
3.041 
9.618 


730. d45 
• •• 

202.733 

132.203 
42.907 
60 . 894 
79.063 
74.315 
43.011 

145.719 


222.809 

62.754 
41.067 
13. IOC 
1 8 . 1 74 
22.261 
23.574 
9.960' 
31.919 


15.800 

2.624 
1 .746 
734 
1 .364 
1 . 125 
2.020 
1 .599 
3.888 


263.262 

63.442 
43.217 
15,970 
24.372 
30.932 
26.895 
19.559 
35.875 


95.464 

25.650 
17.764 
5.342 
9.403 
1 1 .045 
9.761 
5.816 
a. 683 


4,192 

667 
438 
164 
342 
440 
505 
450 
1 ,186 


25,789 

4,881 
3,264 
1 ,173 
2,395 
3,071 
3,242 
2,451 
5,312 


















443 








1 . 182 












1 .461 








Beauty shops 


Funeral service, crematories 


Photographic studios ( including 
commercial photcgraphy) 




3.742 
• •• 

594 
3?3 
172 

343 
413 
503 
359 
96C 


25.120 
• •• 

5.903 
4.175 
1 .490 
2.337 
2.o91 
2.799 
1.7S9 
3.736 


3.209 

2.434 
1.663 
625 
736 
900 
772 
405 
674 


1 .151 
• • • 
71 
65 
39 
60 
133 
163 
175 
425 


33.368 

4,54u 
3.602 
2.420 
2.976 
4.645 
5.471 
4.886 
9.728 


7.275 

1 .213 

1 .024 
408 
636 
902 
961 
785 

1.346 


744 
• •• 

134 
105 
48 
82 
1 14 
121 
63 
77 


12.430 

• • • 

2.478 

2.378 

1 .51 1 

982 

1 .335 

1 .660 

742 

1 .344 


2.821 












597 




368 




201 




217 


5 000 to 9 999 inhabitants 


305 




135 




228 








Shoe repair shops 


Pressing, alteration, garment repair 

(except fur) 


Cleaning, dyeing plants (except 
rug cleaning)^ 




1 .180 
• •• 

236 
156 
51 
81 
141 
143 
127 
245 


8.744 

2.028 

1 .359 

417 

891 

1 .083 

1 .140 

723 

1.103 


1.558 
• • • 

494 

306 

84 

160 

177 

168 

76 

93 


1 .311 

368 
163 

81 
108 
143 
106 

81 
261 


(D) 

2.718 
975 
664 
955 
397 
645 
(D) 

2.188 


1.785 

5U6 
161 
119 
257 
126 
87 
73 
456 


2,069 

240 
202 
91 
200 
252 
232 
238 
554 


60.591 

13.536 
8.487 
2.885 
5.690 
7.542 
6.677 
5.499 

10.073 


25.370 








6,431 




3,901 




1,280 




2,556 




3.213 


5 OOO to 9,999 inhabitants 


2.973 




2.327 




3.689 








Power laundries, self-service 
laundries, total 


Power laundries^ 


Self-service laundries 


Total al] cities 


818 
• •• 

138 
109 
50 
99 
124 
126 
74 
98 


57.602 
• a • 

17.425 
1 1 .322 

4.012 
6.359 
7.771 
6.552 
2.493 
1 .663 


29.988 

9.775 
6.093 
2.127 
3.243 
3.637 
3.134 
1.165 
614 


532 

89 
71 
30 
63 
90 
95 
46 
48 


55.104 

16.901 
10.858 
3.830 
6.071 
7.438 
6.298 
2.336 
1 .372 


29.535 

9,634 
6.013 
2.100 
3.1>;'S 
3.762 
3.084 
1 .130 
563 


135 

"5 

18 
10 
16 
16 
23 
12 
16 


1.720 

354 
315 
132 
194 
237 
208 
93 
186 


453 








91 




75 


50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants 


27 


25 000 to hS 999 inhabitants 


58 




75 




50 


2,500 to '+,999 inhabitants 


26 




51 








Other personal services 


BUSINESS SERVICES (EXCEPT ACCOUNTINO, 
AUDITING, BOOKKEEPING), TOTAL 


AUTOMOBILE REPAIR SERVICES, 
GARAGES, TOTAL 




593 
• «• 

176 
1 10 
38 
49 
55 
51 
32 
82 


(D) 

9.831 

7.655 

2.398 

1 .786 

1 .697 

509 

(D) 

723 


8.370 
• •■ 
3.322 
2.717 
638 
603 
491 
121 
126 
102 


2.891 

653 
559 
175 
224 
279 
256 
121 
624 


114.360 

42.677 

24.55P 
6,726 
3.851 
5.61 1 

12.435 
826 

15.576 


35.873 

••• 

11 . 1 34 
6.268 
1 .841 
1 .072 
2.556 
7.555 
128 
6.35« 


4,430 

632 
551 
170 
337 
482 
557 
303 
1 ,388 


90.329 

• • • 
21 .905 
17.705 
3.943 
6.952 
8.069 
8.200 
3.959 
19.596 


18,826 




• •• 




5,552 




4,495 




974 


2S^000 to J19 99Q Inluil3ltant3 


1.560 




1.674 


=;,Ono to 9,09^ inhabitants 


1.398 




603 


Iszz than 2,^0O Inhabitants 


2.569 








Automobile repair, total 


General automobile repair shops 


Other automobile repair shops 


Total all cities 


3.997 

472 
435 
128 
306 
450 
538 
300 
1.368 


72.043 

13.218 
1 1 .092 
2.813 
6.337 
7.713 
7.963 
3.951 
16.955 


14.219 

3.376 
2.733 

687 
1 .402 
1.589 
1.362 

602 
2.468 


2.373 

306 
280 
76 
179 
308 
343 
224 
1 .157 


46.480 
• • ■ 

7. 170 
6.120 
1 .455 
3.754 
4.700 
4,729 
3,094 
1 5,448 


8.314 

1 .736 
1 ,385 
341 
791 
944 
790 
449 
1 ,378 


1 ,124 

156 
155 

52 
127 
142 
195 

75 
21 1 


25.563 
• « • 

6.048 
4.972 
1 .348 
2.583 
3.013 
3.234 
857 
3.508 


5.905 




• ■• 


2sn^000 to ^99,999 Inhabitants 


1.640 


l(Xi Ono to 2't9 999 Inhabitants 


1.543 




345 


2^,non to U9 999 Inhabitants 


611 




645 


^fOiX} to 9,999 Inhabitants 


572 




153 


Las- than '^,'^)0 Inhabitants 


590 







Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid dlaclomire. (NA) Not available. 
^Includes receipts and payroll of plant-owned outlets. 



n.e.c. Not elsewhere clasaified. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Lesa than $500. 



Represents zero. 



UNITED STATES SUMMARY 



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Table IG. SELECTED SERVICES: 1954-GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS AND CITY SIZE- 

Continued 

Establishments. Receipts, and Annual Payroll 



Division aiid city size 



EAST SOUTH CENTRAL- -Contmucd 



lot&X, all cities 

Cities vita— 500,000 or more Inhabitants., , 
250,000 to h9^,S^ InJialiitants 
100,000 to a'JSjyW iniiabitants 
50,000 to V9,9/} Inhabitants.. 
25,000 to 1*9,99^ inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 211,999 inhabitants.. 
5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants.... 
2,500 to 4,9^ inhabitants.... 
Less than 2,500 inhabitants.... 



Total, all cities 

Cities vlth— 500,000 or more inhabitants... 
250,000 to l<99,999 Inhabitants, 
100,000 to 2'»9,9y9 inhabitants, 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.., 
25,000 to "19,999 inhabitants.., 
10,000 to 24,999 inhabitants.., 
5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants...., 

2,500 to 4,999 inhabitants 

Less than 2,500 inhabitants..., 



Total, all clti£s 

Cities with~500,000 or mor« inhabitants... 
250,000 to 499,999 inhabitants 
100,000 to 249,999 inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 to 49,999 inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 24,999 Inhabitants.. 
5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants.... 
2,500 to 4,99y inhabitants.... 
Less than 2,500 inhabitants... 



Total, all cities 

Cities vith— 500,000 or loore inhabitants.... 
250,000 to 499,999 inhabitants. 
100,000 to 24y,9y9 inhabitants. 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants... 
25,000 to 49,999 inhabitants... 
10,000 -to 24,99y inhabitants... 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants 

2,500 to 4,999 inhabitants 

Less than 2,500 inhabitants.... 



Estab- 
lishments 
(Number) 



Receipts 
(»1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 



Automobile stora^, parking 



(D) 

3i652 

2(690 
647 
K6 

(d) 

3'J 

(D) 

ISO 



(D) 

4 

(01 

53 



Watch, clock, jewelry repair 



112 

103 



Tbtal, all cities 

Clti£s with — 500,000 or nore inhabitants... 
250,000 to 499,999 Inhabitants, 
100,000 to 249,999 inhabitants 
50,000 to 99, 9M inhabitants.. 
25,000 to 49,999 inhabitants.., 
10,000 to 24,yy9 Inhabitants.., 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants 

2,500 to 4,999 inhabitants 

Less than 2,500 inhabitants.... 



blO 
90 
150 
406 
383 
193 
693 



19B 
146 
14 
17 
24 
1 
12 
85 



Estab- 
lishments 
(Number) 



Receipts 
(*1,000) 



PayroU, 

entire year 

($1,000) 



Other automobile services 



(d) 

5iu35 
3.923 
4S3 
419 
(D) 
207 
(0) 
450 



llllO 


JIC 


9115 


654 


10.; 


215 


lUh 


370 


(D) 


531 


3i 


587 


(01 


382 


«b 


1 tl79 



Upholstery, furniture repair 



Other repair services 



425 
342 
119 
212 
340 
304 
206 



45|2S9 

9 1868 
1U«550 
2 •767 
3.J84 
6.295 
4.064 
k.575 
5.166 



10.725 

2.618 
2.577 
£08 
942 
1.437 
848 
593 
702 



Motion picture production, 
distribution, services 



(D) 

7.418 
376 
(0) 
(Dl 
53 
(01 

141 



1.459 

1.27U 
36 
(0) 
CJI 
24 
01 



HOTELS, MJTELS, TOURIST COURTS, 
CAMPS, TOTAL 



2.601 

167 
21 1 

5a 

18^ 
230 
257 
251 
1.239 



102.01a 

24.920 
16.549 
6.359 
b.9U6 
-: . 666 
6.293 
4.493 
25.767 



27.C21 

7.790 
5.C41 
2.(94 
2.666 
2.139 
1.445 
&49 
4.957 



25 

106 



1.083 

1.51c 

4UC 

563 

1 .080 
594 
227 
74t 



2o6 
3J2 



241 
92 



AMUSEMENT, RECREATION SERVICES (IN- 
CLUDING MOTION PICTURES), TOTAL 



3. <83 

473 
361 
133 
276 
357 
398 
385 
1 .500 



142.336 

34.845 
15.152 
4.709 
10.384 
15.467 
12.021 
10.142 
39.165 



30.138 

7.847 
3.568 
993 
2.277 
2.910 
2.356 
1 .846 
8.321 



Estab- 
lishments 
(Number) 



Receipts 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire yeai 

($1,000) 



MISCELLAJIEOUS REPAIR SERVICES, TOTAL 



68.490 

14.943 
15.022 
4.200 
5.889 
9.318 
6.466 
4,032 
8.620 



14.487 
• • • 

3.791 
3.910 

856 
1 .196 
1 .907 
1 .059 

718 
1 .050 



Radio, television repair shops 



176 
135 
45 
77 
102 
127 
103 
264 



13.162 

2. 943 
2.046 
o94 
1 .292 
1 .537 
1 .405 
1 .037 
2.008 



689 
405 
151 
150 
205 

lie 

86 
131 



Motion picture theaters 



BlUiard and pool parlors, 
bowling alleys 



76 

58 

29 

51 

106 

151 

132 

289 



1C.874 

2. 'JOS 

926 

421 

793 

1.217 

1.711 

1 .35? 

2.54-, 



702 
174 
117 
17b 
24b 
289 
200 
44b 



105 
100 
28 
78 
88 
123 
1 18 
227 



67.795 

22.485 
13.676 
5.578 
6. 814 
5.824 
3.657 
2.496 
7.263 



21.651 

7.325 
4.62B 
1 .970 
2.35S1 
1 .767 
1 .044 
568 
1 .990 



89 

76 

26 

83 

122 

150 

170 

687 



74.965 

10.883 
8.952 
2.558 
6.599 
9.967 
7.847 
6.709 

21 .350 



14.939 

2.276 
2.041 
609 
1.429 
1 .984 
1.581 
1 .273 
3.746 



Other amusement, recreation services 



276 

217 
76 

140 
125 
95 

83 

51a 



(D) 

14.537 
4.998 

(d) 
(d) 

4.220 

(D) 

2.081 

15.133 



11.384 

3.599 
1.287 
(D) 
(D) 
654 
(D) 
373 
4.076 



Motels, tourist courts, trailer 
parks, camps 



1 .734 

62 
111 

30 
1 10 
142 
134 
133 
1 .012 



34.223 

2.435 
2.871 
781 
2.132 
2.542 
2.641 
1 .997 
18.524 



StarJard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $500 



5.370 

455 
413 
124 
307 
422 
401 
281 
2.967 



. . Represents zero. 



1-62 



SELECTED SERVICES -AREA STATISTICS 



Table IG. SELECTED SERVICES: 1954-GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS AND CITY SIZE- 

Continued 

Establishments, Receipts, and Annual Payroll 



Division and city size 



Estab- 
lishments 
(Number) 



Receipts 
($1,CXX)) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 



Estab- 
lishments 
(Number) 



Receipts 
(♦1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 



Estab- 
lishments 
(Number) 



Receipts 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 



WEST SOUTH CENTRAI- 



Total, all cities 

Cities with — 500,000 or more inhabitants... 
250,000 to 1*99,999 inhabitants 
100,000 to 2^*9,999 inhabittmts 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 to ^9,999 inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 2U,999 inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 Inhabitants. 

2,500 to U,999 inhabitants.... 
Less than 2,500 inhabitants... 



Totil, all cities 

Cities irlth--500,000 or more Inhabitants... 
250,000 to 1*99,999 Inhabitants 
100,000 to 2't9,999 inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 Inhabitants.. 
25,000 to 1*9,999 Inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 2l*,9S>9 inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants 

2,500 to I*, 999 inhabitants.... 
Less than 2,500 inhabitants... 



Total, all cities 

Cities with — 500,000 or more inhabitants... 
250,000 to 1*99,999 inhabitants 
100,000 to 21*9,999 Inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 to 119,999 inhabltaits.. 
10,000 to 21*, 999 inhabitants.. 
5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants.... 
2,500 to 1*,999 inhabitants.... 
Less than 2,500 inhabitants... 



Total, all cities 

Cities vith — 500,000 or more inhabitants... 
250,000 to 1*99,999 inhabitants 
100,000 to 2ll9,999 inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 to 1*9,999 inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 211,999 inhabitants.. 
5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants.... 

2,500 to 1>,999 inhabitants 

Less than 2,500 inhabitants... 



Total, all cities 

Cities :rith--500,000 or more inhabitants... 
250,000 to 1*99,999 inhabitants 
100,000 to 21*9,999 inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 tx) 1*9,999 inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 2l*,999 inhabitants.. 
5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants.... 
2,500 to 1*,999 inhabitants.... 
Less than 2,500 inhabitants... 



Total, all cities 

Cities vith— 500,000 or more Inhabitants.... 
250,000 to 1*99,999 inhabitants. 
100,000 to 21*9,999 inhabitants. 
50,000 to 99,999 Inhabitants... 
25,000 to 1*9,999 inhabitants... 
10,000 to 2li,999 inhabitants... 

5,000 to 9,999 Inhabitants 

2,500 to It, 999 inhabitants 

T^os than 2,500 Inhabitants.... 



SELECTED SERVICES, TOTAL 



PERSONAL SERVICES, TOTAL 



Barber shops 



73 


889 


1 t627 


269 


7 


606 


289 


537 


8 


738 


307 


523 


8 


649 


^58 


676 


a 


835 


120 


932 


a 


329 


99 


324 


9 


71 1 


177 


126 


8 


195 


1 15 


653 


6 


363 


71 


438 


15 


463 


187 


060 



435i367 
all 549 
87.137 
751662 
341974 
27.500 
46.714 
26.770 
14.839 
40.222 



31 .154 
3.342 
3.463 
3.478 
2.047 
1 .772 
4.242 
3. 668 
3.025 
6.117 



457.266 
64.'*13 
74.897 
69.655 
38.632 
30.954 
63.668 
43.298 
30.130 
41.119 



159. 1 14 
24.485 
2'yi 173 
27. 171 
14.49? 
I 1 .296 
22.087 
12.983 
7.995 
V.427 



B.064 
915 
859 
856 
556 
412 
984 
867 
758 

1 .647 



49.393 
5.S62 
6.482 
6.096 
3.675 
3.217 
7.199 
4.B2I 
3.899 
8.142 



16.24U 
2.010 
2.363 
2. 143 
1.236 
1. 1B9 
2.553 
1 .479 
1.026 
2.241 



Beauty shops 



FVmeral service, crematories 



Photographic studios (including 
commercial photography) 



7.059 
69 3 
749 
840 
498 
433 

1 .016 
854 
644 

1 .332 



51 .383 
7.218 
9.903 
7.902 
4.355 
3.193 
7.433 
4.444 
2.818 
4.117 



17.159 
2.897 
4.194 
2.949 
1.570 
1.047 
2.318 
1.104 
561 
519 



1 .322 

73 

68 

73 

49 

69 

217 

233 

229 

31 1 



57.440 
6.454 
5.569 
5.947 
3.935 
3.519 
9.584 
8.042 
7.323 
7.067 



12.397 
1 .905 
I .450 
1 .483 
952 
710 
2.039 
1 .51 I 
1 .279 
1 .069 



1 .456 
183 
173 
206 
12U 
106 
246 
187 
1 17 
1 16 



23.709 

3.431 
5.590 
3.363 

2.464 
1 .850 
2.636 
2.0U9 
763 
1 .4U3 



4.446 
698 

1 .193 
745 
384 
372 
359 
265 
66 
142 



Shoe repair shops 



Pressing, alteration, garment repair 
(except fur) 



Cleaning, dyeing plants (except 
rug cleaning)^ 



1.790 
221 
177 
190 
1 14 
99 
239 
229 
201 
320 



13.816 
1 .837 
1 .771 
2.066 
935 
890 
2.096 
1 .573 
1 .279 
1 .349 



.407 
447 
453 
524 
181 
139 
270 
150 
137 
96 



2.456 
372 
423 
326 
124 
159 
256 
212 
163 
423 



16.713 
2.608 
3.264 
2.792 
1 . 103 
1 .304 
1.787 
1 .669 
1.36 1 
2.805 



3.560 
401 
669 
624 
235 
281 
328 
291 
234 
497 



4. 045 
402 
401 
414 
279 
255 
600 
530 
447 
717 



106.639 

14.724 

15.482 

15.503 

8.609 

7.695 

15.971 

10.759 

7.704 

9.992 



46.369 
6.736 
7.441 
6.905 
3.971 
3.329 
7.150 
4.293 
2.999 
3.545 



Power laundries, 
laundries. 



self-service 
total 



Power laundries^ 



Self-service laundries 



3.408 
256 
353 
307 
173 
139 
504 
456 
366 
652 



94.360 

13.170 

15.777 

17.221 

9 1 373 

6.219 

14.053 

9.273 

4.455 

4.816 



42. 167 
6.069 
7.551 
6*486 
4.512 
3.106 
5.240 
3.586 
1.555 
960 



1 .230 
123 
185 
131 
63 
67 
215 
177 
1 15 
133 



79.551 

1 1 .963 

14.377 

15.362 

6.558 

5.617 

1 1 . 79 1 

7.314 

2.877 

1 .672 



39.835 
5.910 
7.319 
8. 106 
4.3/ I 
2.977 
5.B6I 
3.39 1 
1 .245 
595 



5U 
42 
138 
129 
145 
239 



9.249 

725 

92S 

1 .285 

359 

462 

1 .420 

1 »2U9 

1 .097 

I .564 



2.332 

159 
232 

320 
141 
129 
379 
297 
310 
355 



Other personal services 



BUSINESS SERVICES (EXCEPT ACCOUNTING, 
AUDITING, BOOKKEEPING), TOTAL 



AUTOMOBILE REPAIR SERVICES, 
GARAGES, TOTAL 



1 .552 
227 
250 
256 
134 
100 
180 
100 
88 
197 



41 .613 

9.609 

11 .059 

8.745 

3.983 

3.067 

2.709 

708 

507 

I .425 



14.359 

3.322 

3.859 

3.312 

1.275 

1.123 

810 

172 

137 

358 



6.873 
997 
1 .210 
1 . 126 
53U 
412 
850 
339 
338 
861 



249.836 
67.900 
70.284 
47.U14 
16. 106 
lu.236 
16.332 
5.254 
2. 136 
12.552 



59.687 
15.454 
16.984 
1 1 .349 
3.743 
2.459 
4.824 
939 
2UO 
2.727 



10.450 

1 .025 

1 .365 

1 .340 

594 

521 

1 .352 

1 .066 

884 

2.072 



204.181 
32.225 

36.306 
37.441 
14.755 
1 1 .600 
21 .401 
14.791 
10.735 
24.724 



43. /41 
8.519 
9.528 
8.551 
3.355 
2.421 
4.035 
2.400 
1.552 
3. 159 



Automobile repair, total 



General automobile repair shops 



Other automobile repair shops 



9 


197 


159 


053 




755 


19 


927 




972 


23 


102 


1 


028 


23 


465 




501 


12 


123 




580 


10 


520 


1 


.295 


20 


648 


1 


.057 


14 


604 




655 


10 


380 


2 


.042 


24 


164 



33.356 
5.457 
5.969 
5.689 
2.815 
2.264 
3.980 
2.375 
1.507 
3.089 



5.592 
317 
594 
660 
409 
392 
872 
715 
543 

1 .790 



105.605 

13.212 

14.41 1 

13.457 

7. 100 

5.690 

13.333 

9.528 

7.587 

20.967 



20 


532 


2.505 


3 


479 


239 


3 


349 


278 


3 


288 


358 


I 


500 


192 


I 


05 1 


168 


2 


51 1 


423 


1 


494 


352 


1 


092 


213 


2 


558 


252 



53.448 
5.715 
8.591 

10.026 
5.023 
4.730 
7.315 
4.975 
2.793 
3,177 



12.824 

I .988 

2.420 

2.601 

1.316 

1.203 

1 .469 

681 

415 

531 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. 
^Includes receipts and payroll of plant-owned outlets. 



(Z) Less than $300. 



Represents zero. 



UNITED STATES SUMMARY 



1-63 



Table IG. SELECTED SERVICES: 



19'i4-GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS. BY KIND OF BUSINESS AND CITY SIZE- 
Continued 

Establishments, Receipts, and Annual Payroll 



Di\rtsion and city size 


Estab- 
lishments 
(Number) 


Receipts 
($1,000) 


Payroll 

entire year 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lishments 
(Number) 


Receipts 
($1,000) 


Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lishments 

(Number) 


Receipts 

($1,000) 


Payroll, 

Entire year 

($1,000) 


WEST SOUTH CENTRAl^.-Continued 


Automobile storey, parking 


Other automobile services 


MISCEUANEOUS REPAIR SERVICES, TOTAL 




788 

165 

314 

208 

45 

23 

21 

3 

2 

7 


22.969 

6.722 

8.460 

5.407 

1 .236 

51 1 

201 

(D) 

(D) 

324 


6.610 

1.987 

2.583 

1.505 

290 

128 

18 

(D) 

(D) 

72 


465 
105 
79 
104 
48 
18 
46 
16 
26 
23 


22. 159 

5.576 

4.946 

8.549 

1.397 

469 

552 

(D) 

(D) 

236 


3. 775 

1 . 105 

976 

1 .257 

250 

29 

37 

(D) 

(D) 

» 


12.242 
1 .303 
1 .482 
1 .388 
778 
733 
1 .642 
1 .378 
1 .001 
2.537 


203. 904 
29.999 
31 .636 
29.242 
14.618 
13.533 
23.827 
16.912 
10.758 
33.379 


52.081 
8.276 
8.640 
8.353 
3.482 
3.121 
5.013 
3.469 
1.941 






100,000 to 2Uq,999 inhabitants 




25,000 to 1*9,990 inhabitants 


10,000 to 2U,Q99 inhabitants 




2, =O0 to It, 099 Inhabitants 










Watch, clock. Jewelry repair 


Upholstery, furniture repair 


Radio, television repair shops 


Total, all cities 


999 
129 
156 
152 
87 
60 
117 
94 
51 
153 


7.370 

1 .709 

1 .679 

1.123 

440 

376 

552 

408 

239 

844 


1.051 

344 

321 

145 

31 

31 

27 

21 

9 

122 


1 .138 

128 

176 

166 

76 

91 

159 

154 

77 

1 1 1 


1 1 .583 

2. 199 

1 .969 

2. 129 

812 

736 

1 .371 

1 .128 

383 

856 


2.498 
561 
492 
603 

166 

10/ 
220 

129 
40 

180 


2.133 
324 
383 
256 
133 
95 
259 
226 
143 
314 


27.937 
5.175 
5.449 
4.528 
2.078 
1 .509 
3.515 
2.373 
1 . ISO 
2. 160 


4.850 
1. 194 
1.201 
875 
382 
217 
465 
228 
102 
166 


'*lties -."ith — "00,000 or ii»t^ inhabitant* 




100,000 to 2l|0,999 inhabitants 


50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants 




10,000 to 2U, 999 inhabitants 




2,500 to U,999 inhabitants..* 


Less than 2,S00 inhabitants 






Other repair services 


AMUSEMENT, RECREATION SERVICES (IN- 
CLUDING MOTION PICTURES), TCIAl 


Motion picture theaters 




7.972 
722 
757 

814 
482 
487 

1.107 
904 
730 

1 .959 


157.014 
20.916 
22.539 
21 .462 
1 1 .288 
10.912 
18.389 
13.003 
8.986 
29.519 


43.682 
6.177 
6.626 
6.730 
2.903 
2.766 
4.281 
3.091 
1.790 
9.318 


6.926 
584 
708 
656 
367 
379 
789 
736 
532 

2.175 


300.554 
55.559 
56.934 
37.292 
17.764 
15.826 
29.207 
22.11 1 
1 1 .484 
54.377 


62.67 1 

12.116 

1 1 .239 

8.305 

4. 128 

3.386 

5.863 

4.017 

2. 079 

11.538 


2.574 
109 
123 
151 
103 
107 
310 
334 
275 

1 .062 


140.966 
14.772 
15.863 
16.257 
10.41 1 
8.951 
20.267 
16.460 
6.651 
29.136 


26.455 




2.830 




3.215 




3.063 


"0,000 to 9^,999 inhabitants 


2. 109 




1 .828 


10,000 tc ^^,99^ inhabitants 


3.693 




3. 163 




1.621 




4.913 








Motion picture production, 
distribution, services 


Billi 


ard and pool parlors, 
bowling alleys 


Other amusement, recreation services 




130 

40 
54 
27 

4 
1 
1 

1 
2 


tD) 

17.112 

23.991 

6.027 

356 

(01 

IDl 

(Dl 
IDl 


7.073 

3.090 

2.998 

663 

85 
(01 
10) 

101 
(D) 


924 
33 

69 
87 

48 
66 
150 
125 
1 1 1 
235 


12.324 
1.308 
1.634 
2.541 

844 

81 1 

1 .780 

1 .296 

724 

1 .380 


3.101 
441 
499 
U20 
252 
2U3 
396 
229 
1 13 
148 


3.298 

402 
462 
391 
212 
205 
326 
277 
145 
876 


(D) 

22.367 

15.446 

12.467 

6,153 

(D) 

(d) 

4.355 
(D) 

(D) 


26.042 




5.75S 




4.527 


100,000 to ?ltQ,9Q9 Inhabitants 


3.559 




1 .662 


25,000 to IvO 999 inhabitants 


(d) 




(D) 




6U5 


2,500 to li,999 inhabitants 


(D) 
(D) 








HOTELS, MOTELS, TOOHIST COURTS, 
CAMPS, lOIAl 


Hotels 


Motels, tourist courts, trailer 
parks, ca]i5)S 


Total, all cities 


6.244 
354 
510 
661 
419 
412 
816 
788 
583 

1.701 


21 1 .528 
38.941 
37.264 
38.032 
19.056 
17.173 
20.671 
13.287 
6.195 
20.909 


57.873 

1 1.599 

1 1.573 

1 1 .633 

5.768 

4.817 

4.892 

2.962 

1.054 

3.575 


2.132 
165 
207 
296 
163 
163 
288 
291 
243 
314 


147.728 

33.652 

30.165 

29.068 

14.316 

13.360 

12.544 

7.642 

3. 195 

3.766 


47.576 

1 . 682 

10.254 

9.820 

5.002 

4.307 

3.688 

2.296 

748 

777 


4.112 
189 
303 
363 
256 
249 
526 
497 
340 

1 .367 


63.600 
5.289 
7.079 
8.964 
4.740 
3.813 
6.127 
5.645 
3.000 

17.143 


10.297 




917 




1 .319 


100,000 to 21*9,990 inhabitants 


1 .813 




766 


2=^,000 to U9 999 inhabitants 


510 




1.204 




664 


2,500 to 1^,909 inhabitants 


306 




2.798 







Standard Hotes: (D) Withheld to avoid diaclosiire. (nA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $500. ... Represents zero. 



1-64 



SELECTED SERVICES -AREA STATISTICS 



Table IG. SELECTED SERVICES: 1954-GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS AND CITY SIZE- 

Continued 





Establishments, Receipts, and Annual 


Payroll 










Division and city size 


Eotab- 

llehiwntB 

( Nuiobei-) 


Receipts 
(»1,000) 


Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lishments 
(Number) 


Receipts 

($1,000) 


Payroll, 

entire year 

(tl,000) 


Estab- 
lishments 
(Number) 


Receipts 
($1,000) 


Payroll, 

entire year 

(»1,000) 


MOUNTAIN 


SELECTED SERVICES, TOIiL 


PERSONAL SERVICES, TOTAL 


Barber ahops 


'T'ct""' all cities 


32.8H3 
• •• 
3.183 
2.9U8 
1.8311 
3.893 
1(298 
3.130 
3.551 
9.701 


866,611 

1 10.387 
93.906 
13.915 

111 .815 

126,397 
65.039 
59.551 

225.598 


257,387 
• • • 

32.351 
25.517 
1 1 .767 
15.175 
37.251 
11.901 
12.211. 
58, 175 


lJ.a99 
■ • • 

1 .310 
1 .091 
713 
1 .101 
1 .177 
1 .233 
1.315 
2.329 


178. Jl5 

25.155 
22.232 
13.235 

31 .027 
29,151 
18.795 
15.989 
19.027 


50,291 

10,U!iB 
7,a9!i 
l.dOt^ 

1 1 .99? 

10.351 
5.717 
1.253 
1.781 


3.001 
... 
337 

299 

195 

310 
360 
335 
367 

768 


20,229 
• *. 
2,615 
2,093 
1,316 
2,813 
3,188 
2,131 
2.019 
1.019 


6.253 




... 








526 










10 CO? to 2h 909 inhabitants 


1 ,203 






£ WO to h Q9Q Inhabitants • 














Beauty shops 


Funeral service, crematories 


Photc^aphlc studios (including 
commercial photography) 




2.221 

281 
219 
159 
301 
312 
237 
256 
129 


18.053 
• ■ • 

3.009 
2.791 
1 .287 
3.156 
2.921 
1 .602 
1.298 
1 .989 


5.557 
• • • 

1.137 
1 .065 
391 
1.152 
920 
396 
208 
335 


111 

21 
15 
15 
10 
55 
76 
105 
101 


21 .296 

2.795 
1.728 
1 .353 
3.219 
3.530 
2.971 
3.387 
2.310 


3.861 

HID 
333 

256 
801 
520 
123 
312 
239 


717 

72 

68 

38 

1 12 

116 

91 

68 

1 19 


9.389 
... 

1 .238 
1 .061 ■ 

187 

1.527 

2.091 

1 .212 

929 

811 


1 ,359 






a'O^OOO to '('39,099 inhabitants 


255 


100 000 tn sLp 999 inhabitants 


195 




88 


P*; 000 to U9 909 inhabitants * 


251 




251 


^ 000 to Q 999 inhabitants 


118 




92 




55 








Shoe repair ahops 


Pressing, alteration, garment repair 
(except fur) 


Cleaning, dyeing plants (except 
rug cleaninel ^ 


Total, a.n cities 

Cities vith— 50n,0on or nior^ Inhabitants 

'^'^0,000 to 'tf^ 109 Inhabitants 


793 
• •• 

105 
76 
51 
88 
95 
90 
112 
176 


ro) 

• •• 

723 

735 
101 
936 
1 .011 
605 

TdT 

712 


799 
• • • 

120 

155 

15 

160 

176 

79 

30 

32 


959 
... 

210 

166 
67 

125 
75 
61 
70 

152 


(D) 
... 

1.558 
1.223 

501 
813 
838 

135 

1.21 1 


1 .065 

210 

159 
72 

105 

173 

51 

90 

205 


1 .126 

1 10 
91 
71 
132 
151 
151 
162 
252 


35.285 
... 

1,819 
3,789 
2,621 
6,1 16 
6,022 
3,857 
1,156 
1,906 


15,550 

... 

2,323 




1.727 


■^ 000 tc 99 9*M inhabitants 


1.251 




2,853 


in rvyi to 2'[ ^Q"^ inhabitants 


2,689 




1 ,156 




1 ,582 




1,665 








Power laundries, aelf-aervice 
laundrlea, total 


Power laundries^ 


Self-service laundries 


Total, aJl cities 

Cities irlth— ?00,n00 or mora Inha'-'tants 


895 

* •• 

10 

61 

61 

121 

137 

129 

136 

207 


39.655 

5.U32 
3.999 
3.587 
9.091 
6.787 
5.237 
3.367 
2.555 


19.219 

2.909 
2.019 
1.775 
1.551 
3.259 
2.326 
1.351 
915 


371 

25 
25 
18 
59 
59 
57 
61 
59 


35.176 
... 

1.855 
3.516 
3.235 
8.150 
5. J53 
1.607 
2,865 
1 ,811 


18.690 
... 

2.895 
1 .969 
1 .711 
1.582 
3. 127 
2,21 1 
1 ,308 
357 


185 
... 
3 
21 
13 
23 
35 
30 
21 
38 


2,231 

59 
299 

161 

309 
518 
116 
210 
259 


529 
... 

11 


inn.nnn to P'lo'rwo inhabitants 


50 


jn^noo to oc,9Q9 Inha'-itan'-s 


31 
69 


10 oon to 2'i 099 inhabitants 


132 




115 


? 500 to h 099 inhabitants 


56 




59 








Other personal eervlces 


BUSINESS SERVICES (EffiEPT ACCOUNTING, 
AUDITING, BOOKKEEPING), TOTAL 


AUTOMOBILE REPAIR SERVICES, 
GARAGES, TOTAL 




713 

131 
93 
56 

139 

103 
57 
39 

122 


19.792 

• • • 

1.566 

1.808 

1 .683 

3.356 

3.030 

712 

353 

1 .251 


5.525 
• • • 

1.711 

1.515 

513 

1.009 

1.05U 

199 

101 

291 


3.255 
... 

535 
116 
:38 
517 
158 
237 
225 
589 


89,953 
... 

21,719 

17, )51 
6,213 

13,256 
9,161 
2.966 
2.638 

13.936 


26,118 

... 

5,681 

1,289 

1 ,570 

3,01V 

2.073 

677 

132 

7.371 


1.027 

105 
108 
250 
187 
531 
120 
310 
1 ,183 


83,658 
... 

11.088 
1 1 .319 
5.308 
10.197 
1 1 .171 
6.989 
6.371 
15.532 


15.285 


Cities irith— 500,000 or more inhabitants 


... 

3.686 


ICO, 000 to ^'19,990 inhabitants 


2.635 




1.126 


'";^ooo to liO,nQq InhabHcnts 


2.317 




2.213 


5,000 to 9,909 Inhabitants 


1.011 




821 




2,113 








Automobile repair, total 


General automobile repair ahops 


Other automobile repair ehops 




j>.610 

270 
301 
220 
128 
189 
102 
331 
1.165 


70.365 
• • • 
8.732 
7.685 
5.230 
9.050 

10.257 
6.757 
6,297 

16.357 


13.559 
• •• 
2.391 
1.922 
1.255 
2.019 
2.059 
1.018 
819 
2.055 


2.51U 

190 
180 
153 
281 
3J1 
212 
221 
912 


12.'i83 

1.615 
3.862 
2.770 
1. 781 
5. «2 

3.;15 

3,'iOI 
13,151 


7.18^ 

1 . 09U 
B56 
562 
921 
98/ 
617 
193 

1.65U 


1 ,100 

80 
121 

67 
117 
183 
150 
113 
221 


27.782 
... 

1.087 
3,823 
2,160 
1,269 
1,915 
2,e12 
2.193 
2.393 


6,375 


Cities with— ?00, 000 or iiore inhabitants 


... 
1.301 


100,000 to P'19,909 inhabitants 


'.066 


*o,ooo to 99,000 inh-bil.ants 


691 


25.000 to l;o,oo9 inhabltmts 


1.095 
1,032 




101 




326 




in 







Standard tJotee: (d1 Withheld to avoid dlscloeure. (NA) Not available. 
^Includes receipts and payroll of plant-o»med outlets. 



n.e.c. Not elsewhere olassll'ied. XXX Not applicable. (2) Less than $500. 



Represents sero. 



UNITED STATES SUMMARY 



1-65 



Table IG. SELECTED SERVICES: 



1954-GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS AND CITY SIZE- 
Continued 

Establishments, Receipts, and Annual Payroll 



Division and city size 



Sstab- 

lishments 

(Number) 



Receipts 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

(*1,000) 



Estab- 

llstuneDtB 

(Number) 



Receipts 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 



Estab- 
lishments 
(Number) 



Receipts 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 



MOUNTAIN- -Contin 



Tc-tal, ill o't'cs 

^tlcs \-i th— fOO^OCV^ or rao»~ InhnYiit^ntc.. 
?^,00n to ''99,999 inhabitant: 
100)0(10 to ?iQ,990 inhi'-<*'int 
50,000 to 99,999 Ijitetiitanti;. 
?5,fxy) to 1^9,999 1nh::bitants. 
10,000 to ?U,999 inhabitants. 
5,000 to 9.- 999 inhabitants... 
p,f50O to 1*,999 inhabl^anta... 
Less thnn 2,500 inhabitants.. 



"etaa, all cities 

Cities •-.■ith — fOO, onn or more inhiibltants.. 
250,000 tn LQQ^QQ9 inhabitant 
100,000 to 2U9,999 inhabitant; 
50,000 to 9", 990 inhabitants. 
25,000 to 1^9,909 inhabitants. 
10,000 to 2'*, 999 Inhabitants. 
5,000 to 9,^ inhabitants... 
2,500 to U,?99 inhabitants... 
Less than 2,500 inhabitants.. 



Total, all cities 

Cities irith--500,000 or more inhabitants... 
250,000 to li99,999 Inhabitants 
1.00,000 to 01*9,999 inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 to '•9,999 inhabitants.. 
10,000 to ?'»,999 inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants 

2,500 to '•,999 inhabitants.... 
Less than 2,500 Inhabitants... 



Total, all cities 

Cities vith--500,000 or mora inhabitants... 
250,000 to '•99,999 inhabitants 
100,000 to 21^9, 999 inhabit,ants 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants. . 
25,000 to 119,999 inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 2l>,999 inhabitants.. 

5,000 to 9;999 Inhabitants 

2,500 to '•,999 inhabitants.... 
Less than 5,500 inb^abitants. . . 



Total, all cities 

Cities vith— 500,000 or norc Inhabitants... 
250,000 to '•99,999 inhabitants 
100,000 to 2l^9,999 inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 to ^9,999 inhabitant:.. 
10,000 to 2li,999 inhabitants.. 
5,000 to 9,999 Inhabitants.... 

2,500 to It, 999 Inhabitants 

Less than 2,500 inhabitants... 



Automobile storB^, parking 



Other automobile services 



rasCELLANEOUS MPAIH SERVICES, TOIAl 



227 

102 
71 
13 
20 
10 



ti571 
• •• 

2|246 
1 .ISJ 
iSb 
510 
177 
(D) 
(D) 
b« 



5U7 
2B1 

7a 

173 

41 

(D) 

(d) 

^\ 



Bi722 

3. 1 10 

2.51H 

f><*i: 

937 

1, J40 

(d) 

(D) 

1b1 



7ue 


397 


•132 


430 


92 


2b^ 


125 


526 


133 


647 


(d) 


436 


(D) 


407 


27 


1 .264 



60«296 

UtOBS 
di<>41 
3i577 
6il76 
9 1 589 
4|B94 
5t978 
13t756 



12 


21(3 




• • • 


2 


5iJ9 


2 


139 




746 


1 


131 


1 


7B7 




802 




•iib 


2 


173 



Watch, clock. Jewelry repair 



Upholstery, furniture repair 



Radio, television repair shops 



41 
55 
25 
71 
43 
32 
23 
59 



(Dl 

466 
507 
210 
464 
244 
135 
(D) 
263 



120 
7d 
30 
33 
23 



55 
37 



963 

400 
UUO 
974 
602 
530 
3'iO 
479 



802 

250 

108 

76 

163 

1 14 

35 

24 

32 



6i912 

1 l491 
783 
720 
947 
945 
615 
61 5 
796 



457 

176 

188 

212 

119 

41 

66 

43 



Other repair services 



AMUSSHENT, RECREATION SERVICES (IN- 
CLUDING MOTION PICTURES), TOTAL 



Motion picture theaters 



220 
277 
156 
305 
452 
278 
368 
995 



(D) 

5. 155 
6.551 
2.247 
3.791 
7.798 
3.614 
(D) 
12.198 



9.841 

1.582 

1.777 
452 
723 

1.531 
722 
665 

2.039 



3.155 

222 
235 

109 
317 
374 
308 
347 
1 .242 



232.13b 

20.585 
19.715 
5.812 
52.857 
40.850 
12. -101 
12.410 
55. 108 



4. 147 

3.994 

1 .384 

1 f- . 596 

14.692 

2.686 

2.442 

15.709 



31 
61 
102 
127 
149 
517 



68.761 

5.835 
6.281 
3.831 
9.168 

10.349 
8.383 
7.848 

17.066 



12.550 

1.112 
1. 1B5 
639 
1 .587 
1 .991 
1.591 
1.421 
3.034 



Motion picture production, 
distribution, services 



Billiard and pool parlors, 
bowling alleys 



Other amusement, recreation services 



24.107 

8.731 
5.941 
(01 
ID) 
(Dl 
(Dl 

(Dl 



939 

77C 
(0) 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(Dl 



55 
73 

V5 
179 



8.843 

995 

764 

3J3 

1 .252 

1 .297 

989 

I . 154 

2.0:. 9 



379 
312 
102 
410 
338 
184 
178 
233 



135 
154 
62 
20b 
213 
105 
1 J3 
542 



I30.427 

5.024 

5.729 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

(d) 

3.4 Jo 

(d) 



43.527 

1. /17 
1-727 
CD) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
843 
(D) 



HJTKI^, MOTELS, TOURIST COURTS, 
CAMPS, TOTAL 



Motels, tourist courts, trailer 
parks, camps 



7.055 


252 


551 


• •• 




• • • 


294 


15 


455 


337 


15 


315 


260 


7 


769 


650 


27 


992 


798 


25 


869 


796 


I0 


594 


835 


15 


158 


3.094 


95 


389 



58,768 

4.640 
4.555 
1.837 
8.090 
6.105 
3.979 
3.327 
26,025 



1 J1 
69 
227 
199 
237 
252 
616 



141,916 

14.574 

10.779 

4.21 J 

20.064 

14,511 

9.371 

7.597 

60,710 



47 


580 


5 


153 




• • • 




• •• 


4 


628 




83 


3 


64 1 




236 


1 


297 




191 


6 


832 




423 


4 


785 




599 


^ 


86/ 




559 


2 


428 




584 


21 


102 


2 


.478 



80.535 

1 .881 
4.535 
3.559 
7.928 

1 1 .350 
9.223 
7.471 

34.579 



1 1 


.IBB 




• • • 




212 




924 




540 


1 


.258 


1 


.320 


1 


.112 




899 


4 


.923 



Stamlard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classifiea., XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $500. 



Represents zero. 



1-66 



SELECTED SERVICES -AREA STATISTICS 

Table IG. SELECTED SERVICES: 1954-GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS AND CITY SIZE- 

Continued 

Establishments, Receipts, and Annual Payroll 



Division and city size 



Estab- 
lishments 
(Number) 



Receipts 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 



Estab- 
lishments 
(Number) 



Receipts 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 



Estab- 

lisbmenta 

(Number) 



Receipts 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 



Total, all cities 

Cities with--500,000 or more ijlhabltants . . . . 
250,000 to '•99,999 Inhabitants. 
100,000 to 2'»9,999 Inhabitants. 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants... 
25,000 to 1*9,999 Inhabitants... 
10,000 to 2U,999 Inhabitants... 

5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants 

2,500 to U,999 Inhabitants 

Less than 2,500 inhabitants.... 



SELECTED SERVICES, TOTAL 



PERSONAL SERVICES, TOTAL 



Barber shops 



Total, all cities 

Cities with — 500,000 or more Inhabitants... 
250,000 to ii99,999 inhabitants 
100,000 to 2li9,999 inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 to ''9,999 inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 211,999 inhabitants.. 
5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants.... 

2, 500 to '*,999 inhabitants 

less than 2,500 inhabitants... 



Total , all cities 

Cities vith — 500,000 or more inhabitants... 
250,000 to 'i99;999 inhabitants 
100, con to 2''9l999 inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 to 1*9.999 inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 2UJ999 inhabitants.. 
5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants.... 
2,500 to It, 999 inhabitants.... 
Less than 2,500 Inhabitants... 



Total, all cities 

Cities vlth--500,000 or more Inhabitants... 
250,000 to ll99,999 inhabitants 
100,000 to 21*9,999 inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 to 1*9,999 inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 2lt,999 inhabitants.. 
5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants.... 
2,500 to '*,999 Inhabitants.... 
Less than 2,500 inhabitants... 



Total, all cities 

Cities with— 500,000 or more inhabitants... 
250,000 to 1*99,999 inhabitants 
100,000 to 21*9,999 inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 to 1*9,999 inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 21*, 999 Inhabitants.. 
5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants.... 
2,500 to I*, 999 inhabitants.... 
Less than 2,500 inhabftonts. . . 



Total, all cities 

Cities with— 500,000 or nwre Inhabitants... 
250,000 to 1*99,999 inhabitants 
100,000 to 21*9,999 inhabitants 
50,000 to 99,999 inhabitants.. 
25,000 to 1*9,999 Inhabitants.. 
10,000 to 2ll,999 inhabitants.. 
5,000 to 9,999 inhabitants.... 
2,500 to ll,999 inhabitants.... 
Less than 2,500 inhabitants... 



102»U0B 

24 1571 

15i079 

6t808 

7.985 

8i053 

111 172 

«.'173 

3i983 

19.88t 



3,01*8. 019 

1.117. 81*8 

U7"tt65« 

1 78 • 2 1 5 

2401631 

255lS49 

250il03 

871463 

681209 

375i347 



llU33l936 

«U5l969 

1421540 

53l229 

1 001 058 

1 171858 

65i420 

22l349 

15l715 

1 10l798 



391718 

1 Jl510 
6 1 296 
21894 
3 1255 
3i 179 
4i421 
1 i728 
1 l562 
51873 



6B9i587 
200i292 
124il82 
541014 
59i530 
581955 
77i076 
27i963 
21 1421 
66i 154 



232i73o 

701013 
45164b 
181892 
20i32l 
21 l073 
25i343 
81 56V 
51946 
161933 



10iU5d 

21085 

1 1558 

756 

814 

790 

1 i217 

470 

441 

1 1927 



73 1 103 
161308 
lOlbZO 
5l332 
61158 
6l7IO 
9i542 
31587 
2l974 
1 1 1872 



221492 
51573 
31210 
ll4bo 
11962 
2i 196 
3i078 
ll 127 
737 
3f 141 



Beauty shops 



Funeral service, crematories 



Photographic studios (including 
commercial photography) 



81484 

1 1995 

1 l261 

633 

732 

776 

999 

409 

364 

1 l315 



881707 
241295 
14i420 
6i918 
8 1638 
101400 
9i933 
3 1257 
2i510 
8 1336 



301923 
9il92 
5l435 
2i328 
3l099 
4i242 
3il52 
913 
640 
1|922 



915 
124 
89 
50 
65 
79 
154 



80 
179 



62i447 
121251 
10i32B 
5i099 
5i790 
5l485 
9i718 
4i467 
3i30b 
61001 



13i23y 

3i052 

2 1905 

1 1215 

1 i357 

1 1 177 

1 1709 

586 

426 

830 



2il52 
589 
349 
188 
176 
164 
225 
93 
97 
271 



401 14U 
14i936 
61690 
2i793 
21654 
21885 
3i593 
1 i375 
ll2S3 
3l961 



8i 107 
3i626 
ll902 
570 
452 
637 
529 
I 4U 
I3U 



Shoe repair shops 



Pressing, alteration, garment repair 
(except fur) 



Cleaning, dyeing plants (except 
rug cleaning) ^ 



2l876 
719 
47 1 
190 
238 
215 
328 
142 
146 
427 



221890 
5 1646 
3l886 
1 1924 
2 1068 
1 l964 
2i696 
1 1096 
867 
2i743 



3i469 

1 ll09 

706 

438 

324 

328 

300 

64 

20 

180 



6i498 
2i408 
1 ll78 
443 
528 
455 
522 
145 
104 
715 



61 i639 
23i722 
101137 
3i52U 
5 1461 
4i448 
5iu63 
1 1490 
1 1058 
6i740 



8i760 

3i570 

1 1461 

494 

788 

664 

613 

264 

93 

813 



2i615 
534 
363 
154 
239 
231 
360 
153 
157 
424 



1161953 

22l9ul 

22lObb 

9 1593 

12l230 

11 l21a 

141817 

61064 

41855 

13ilo9 



51 i761 
101467 
lUi 166 
4i456 
5l565 
5i 135 
6i536 
21531 
ll946 
4i959 



Power laundries, self-service 
laundries, total 



Power laundries^ 



Self-service laundries 



2i787 


1231655 


851 


361032 


389 


231907 


192 


101401 


218 


9l586 


191 


10i781 


333 


151421 


142 


5iS83 


126 


4i236 


345 


7 1408 



58 1 083 
17i044 
1 ll766 
4i905 
4i375 
5i328 
7i413 
2i777 
ll872 
2t603 



1 l291 

353 

177 

80 

98 

102 

194 

71 

75 

141 



1081U41 
30i754 
21 1800 
9i304 
8i 1 10 
9 1802 
13i741 
5iU63 
3 1840 
5i627 



56167 I 
161695 
1 1 l563 
4i810 
4i25.> 
5i232 
7 124 7 
21584 
1 1826 
2 146 I 



418 
120 
56 
26 
44 
31 
47 
31 
9 



61986 
1 1998 
959 
449 
666 
559 
776 
63U 
158 
?69 



li4l^ 
349 
203 



Other personal services 



BUSINESS SERVICES (EXCEPT ACCOUNTING, 
AUDITING, BOOKKEEPING), TOTAL 



AUTOMOBILE REPAIR SERVICES, 
LlAKAGES, TOTAL 



3i333 


100 


053 


ll205 


44 


201 


638 


22 


108 


288 


8 


434 


245 


6 


945 


278 


5 


064 


283 


6 


293 


79 




744 


47 




360 


270 


5 


904 



351224 

161 200 

8i095 

3i018 

2i399 

ll366 

21013 

167 

82 

ll884 



141557 
41856 
2i317 
1 1031 
1 ll60 
1 1208 
1 i401 
430 
323 
1 1831 



6701808 

379i 188 

1 15i502 

33i70B 

32 1 107 

39 1 358 

24i792 

8i295 

5l343 

32i515 



1751803 

94 1 156 

32 1 805 

9i820 

9i335 

1 1 1239 

6i24J 

2 1903 

1 156 1 

7i74l 



13i844 

2i793 

2iU88 

961 

1 1284 

1 l174 

1 1586 

562 

522 

2i874 



3481177 
99 1840 
61 1594 
25i01u 
3U185U 
27i245 
321664 
10i348 
9i358 
51 1268 



751443 
251401 
14i970 
51841 
7i022 
5i955 
51864 
1 1676 
1l41u 
7i3U4 



Automobile repair, total 



General automobile repair shops 



Other automobile repair shops 



1 1l534 


2591535 


11928 


551076 


ll577 


401203 


753 


191673 


1 1056 


241951 


987 


23lS59 


11479 


291949 


539 


IO1OOI 


502 


9i149 


2l713 


46 1 974 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
^Includes receipts and payroll of plant-owned outlets. 



53i001 
13i754 
9i647 
4l364 
5i424 
4i966 
5l210 
I16I9 
li385 
61 632 



449 


157 


264 


226 


34 


762 


959 


22 


446 


461 


10 


695 


651 


13 


830 


614 


13 


972 


868 


17 


022 


332 


6 


067 


284 


4 


465 


054 


34 


U05 



bnJU9 

Zt I 7:. 

^tdo I 



085 


102 


271 


?02 


20 


314 


618 


17 


757 


^92 


6 


978 


405 


1 1 


121 


373 


9 


587 


61 1 


12 


92^ 


207 


3 


934 


218 


4 


684 


659 


12 


969 



23i537 

5i729 
4i638 
2i 191 
2186O 
21085 
21444 
668 
771 
21 151 



n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. (2) Less than $500. ... Represents zero. 



UNITED STATES SUMMARY 



1-67 



Table IG. SELECTED SERVICES: 



1954-GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS AND CITY SIZE- 

Continued 

Establishments, Receipts, and Annual Payroll 



Division and city size 


Estab- 
lishments 
(Number) 


Receipts 
($1,000) 


Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lishments 
(Number) 


Receipts 
($1,000) 


PayroU, 

entire year 

($1,000) 


Estab- 

lishnents 

(Number) 


Receipts 
($1,000) 


Payroll, 

entire year 

($1,000) 


PACIFIC— Continued 


Automobile stora^j parking 


Other automobile services 


MLSCELLANEOUS REPAIR SERVICES, TOTAL 




1.315 

b29 

296 

123 

94 

102 

23 

6 

2 

«0 


44.577 

26.584 

10.673 

2.898 

1 .743 

1 .257 

449 

(D) 

(D) 

821 


I 1 .760 

7.313 

2.828 

765 

379 

239 

94 

(D) 

(D) 

1 18 


995 

236 

215 

85 

134 

85 

84 

17 

18 

121 


44.065 

18. 180 

10.71b 

2.439 

4. 156 

2.429 

2.266 

(D) 

(D) 

3.473 


10. 682 

4.334 

2.495 

712 

1 .219 

750 

560 

;d) 

(D) 
554 


14.663 

2.994 

2.117 

967 

1 .212 

1 .188 

1 .593 

758 

630 

3.204 


285.403 
65.568 
43.739 
13. 164 
48. 182 
23.U13 
23.190 
10.093 
8.330 
49.524 
















■^,00" tn 9Q^9QQ Inhabitants 
















? =00 to k 999 inhabitants 




Less than 2,500 inhabitants 


1 2.047 








Watch, GloGk, Jewelry repair 


Upholstery, furniture repair 


Radio, television repair shops 




1 .379 
056 
226 
89 
1 17 
121 

1 le 

47 
31 

174 


11.011 

3.965 

2.087 

950 

939 

836 

718 

236 

210 

1 .070 


1 .676 

676 

444 

162 

139 

72 

67 

5 

5 

106 


1 .752 
429 
225 
160 
180 
152 
181 
61 
43 
321 


27.102 
9.778 
4.223 
1 .851 
2.412 
2.078 
2.615 
639 
341 
3.165 


5.700 

2.588 

95o 

31 1 

50 7 

380 

460 

73 

32 

39 1 


2.572 

534 
395 
190 
214 
190 
i\2 
109 
96 
532 


36.808 
9.364 
6.333 

2.617 
3.459 
3.602 
4.021 
1 .671 
994 
4.747 


6.691 




2.272 


2*0,000 to '(99,909 Inhabitants 


1 .448 






'O 000 to 99 QQQ inhabitants 


546 


2*^,000 to Ii9,QOQ inhabitan'-s 


753 




597 


■^ OCO to Q 999 inhabitants 


195 


2,500 to U,9QQ inhabitants 


77 




358 








Other repair services 


AMUSB1ENT, RECREATION SERVICES (IN- 
CLUDING MOTION PICTURES), TOTAL 


Motion picture theaters 


Total, oil cities 


8.960 

1.575 

1.271 

528 

701 

725 

982 

541 

460 

2.177 


210.482 

42.461 

31 .096 

7.746 

41 .372 

16.497 

15.636 

8.147 

6.785 

40.542 


66.929 

13.462 

10.593 
1.631 

16.967 
5.883 
3.325 
2.541 
1.335 

1 1.192 


8.568 

1 .926 

1 .209 

475 

552 

722 

834 

361 

328 

2. 161 


670.421 
260.445 
72.626 
25.555 
51.041 
81.648 
51 .454 
15.461 
11.816 
100.375 


356.739 

158.294 

16.90U 

6.907 

39.874 

65. 135 

12.786 

3.068 

2.742 

51 .033 


1 .700 
233 
161 
82 
93 
1 10 
196 
109 
132 
584 


182.54 1 
44.463 
26.565 
12.519 
13.991 
15.413 
21 .101 
9.337 
7.54 1 
31 .61 1 




Cities vith— 500,000 or nore inhabitants 


9.066 


250,000 to U99,999 inhabitants 


5.387 


100,000 to 21+9,999 inhabitants 


2.502 


50,000 to 99j999 inhabitants 


2. IZb 


25,000 to 1*9)999 Inhabitants 


2.915 


10,000 to 2U,999 inhabitants 


4.049 


5,000 to 9^999 Inhabitants 


1.732 


2,500 to 1^,999 inhabitants 


1 .509 


Less than 2,500 inhabitants 


:3.870 








Motion picture production, 
distribution, services^ 


Billiard and pool parlors, 
bowling alleys 


Other amusement, recreation services 




718 

440 

59 

6 

37 

106 

5 

• • • 

2 

63 


200,645 

145. 864 

12.954 

81 

6.954 

22.663 

(D) 

• • • 

IDl 

12.091 


232.429 
125.509 

1 .614 

24 

29.608 

47.255 

(d5 

101 
28.187 


904 

165 

114 

45 

70 

82 

130 

60 

65 

173 


31 .225 
6.283 
4.604 
1 .889 
3.585 
3.081 
4.593 
1 .482 
1 .290 
4.418 


10.697 

2.446 

1 .863 

712 

1 .318 

1 .086 

1 .452 

351 

263 

1 .206 


5.246 
1 .088 
875 
342 
352 
424 
503 
192 
129 
1 .341 


256.010 
63.835 
28.503 
1 1 .066 
26.51 1 
40.491 
(D) 
4.642 

(d) 

52.255 


77.857 




21 .273 


2*0' 000 to U99 999 inhabitants 


7.636 








6.222 




13.979 




fD) 


5 000 to 9 99Q inhabitants 


985 




(D) 




15.770 








iKrUSl^, HOTELS, TOURIST COURTS, 
CAMPS, TOTAL 


Hotels 


Motels, tourist courts, trailer 
parks, camps 




10.658 

1 .492 

1 .052 

480 

522 

582 

1.337 

634 

618 

3.941 


383.623 
1 12.515 
57.01 1 
26.764 
18.921 
25.330 
40.927 
14.703 
1 1 .941 
75.511 


1 12.219 
39.107 
18.776 
9.220 
5.347 
7.368 
10.735 
3.319 
2.607 
15.740 


4.038 
1 .091 
687 
309 
242 
229 
464 
213 
164 
639 


287.843 

105.189 

50.298 

24.348 

12.487 

18.478 

26.542 

9.156 

6.453 

34.892 


99.987 

38.040 

17.903 

9.085 

4. 135 

6.280 

8.907 

2.728 

2.068 

10.841 


6.620 
401 
365 
171 
280 
353 
873 
421 
454 

3.302 


95.780 
7.326 
6.713 
2.416 
6.434 
6.852 

14.385 
5.547 
5.488 

40.619 


12.232 




1.067 




873 




135 


50 000 to 99 Q9Q inhabitants 


1.212 




1 .088 




1.828 




591 




539 




4.899 







Standard tlotes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure, (MA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. (2) Less than $500. ... Represents zero. 
^Receipts of motion picture producers include only receipts from fllic rentals received directly from exhibitors, receipts from outright sales of films, and miscellaneous receipts 
other than from film rentals. Neither receipts from independent distributors, nor receipts from company-owned distributor offices are included tn receipts of motion picture pro- 
ducers. 



ALABA2V1A 



ALABAMA 

(67 COUNTIES) 

T 




• COLUMBUS 



LEGEND 
• PLACES OF 25.0CXJ TO lOO.OOO 
■*■ PLACES OF 100,060 AMD OVtB 

STANDARD ME TROPOLI TAW AREAS 



CONTENTS 



Table Page 

101. Selected Services : 1954 - The State 2-4- 

lOlA. Selected Services : 194-8 - The State 2-6 

102. Selected Services: 1954 - Coiinties; Cities of 2,500 Inhabitants or 

More 2-7 

103. Selected Services: 1954 - Standard Metropolitan Areas 2-10 

104. Selected Services: 1954 - Coimties With 200 Establishments or More... 2-14 

105. Selected Services: 1954 - Cities With 200 Establishments or More 2-16 

2-3 



2-4 



SELECTED SERVICES —AREA STATISTICS 

Table lOL SELECTED SERVICES: 1954 — THE STATE 
Establishments, Receipts, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



Kind of business 



Elstabiishmenta 



Total 

(Number) 



With 
payroll 



Receipts 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000} 



Establish- 
ments with 
[)ayroll 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(DoUara) 



FuU 
workweek 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Number) 



Full 
workweek 



Selected services, total . 



Personal Services 
Total 

Barber, beauty shops 

Barber shops 

Beauty shops 

Barber and beauty shops combiaed - 

Funeral service, crematories 

Photographic studios (including commercial photography) 

Shoe repair shops, shoeshine parlors, h&t cleaning shops 

Shoe repair shops 

Shoeshine parlors 

Hat cleaning shops 

Cleaning, pressing, dyeing, garment repair 

Pressing, alteration, garment repair (except fur) 

Cleaning, pressing shops, and independent plant outlets.. 

Garment repair, aJteration (except fur) 

Fur repair, storage 

Cleaning, dyeing plants 

Cleaning, dyemg plants (except rug cleaning) ' 

Rug cleaning, repairing plants - 

Laundries, laundry services 

Power laundries, self-service laundries 

Power laundries • 

Self-service laundries 

Industrial laundries 

Linen supply 

Diaper service 

Laundries (except power) 

Miscellaneous personal services 

Costume, dress suit rental 

Turkish bath, massage parlors.. 

Rug, furniture cleaning on location 

Coin-operated service machine estabiishmsnts 

Miscellaneous personal services, n.e.c 



Busioess Services (exc Accoundag, Aaditiog, Bookkeeping) 

Total 

Advertising 

Advertising agencies 

Outdoor advertising services 

Miscellaneous advertising 

Consumer, mercantile credit; adjustment, collection agencies... 

Private employment agencies 

News syndicates 

Duplicating, addressing, mailing, stenographic services 

Blueprinting, photocopying services 

Services to dwellings, other buildings 

Disinfecting, exterminating services 

Window cleaning 

Miscellaneous services to dwellings, other buildings 

Business services, n.e.c 

Auctioneers' establishments (service only) 

Coin-operated machine rental, repair services 

Detective agencies 

Interior decorating service 

Pbotofinishing laboratories 

Sign painting shops 

Telephone answering service 

Window display service . 

Other business services, n.e.c 



Antomobile Repair Services, Garages 

Total 

Automobile repair 

General automobile repair shops 

Battery, ignition repair and service 

Glass replacement, repair 

Paint shops .. 

Radiator repair shops ... 

Tire repair shops 

Top and body repair 

Automobile repair, n.e.c 

Brake repair shops 

Wheel, ajde, spring repair shops 

Other automobile repair shops, a.e.c 

Automobile storage, parking 

Parking structures, storage garages 

Parking lots — 

Automobile, truck rentals (without drivers) 

Automobile services (except repair) 

Automobile laundries. 

Automobile services, n.e.c 



a ,882 



4,299 

2. 133 

li \56 

921 

56 

208 

182 

385 

36t 

9 

12 

llOUl 

372 

286 

86 

1 

665 

656 

9 

293 

257 

(NA) 

(NAI 



10 



44 

5 

76 

56 

7 

13 

426 

5 

6 

6 

16 

10 

73 

5 

2 

303 



1,226 
1(112 
796 
14 
11 
18 
31 
80 



103 
57 



2l465 

uni 

584 

475 

42 

lUU 

88 

151 

140 

5 

6 

746 

122 

96 

26 

2 

621 

616 

5 

215 

139 

153 

36 

S 

e 

« 

9 
17 
2 

5 
2 
2 
6 



274 
43 
20 
19 
4 
32 
10 

• •• 
16 

S 

4S 

3S 

5 

5 

120 

1 

• • i 

6 

• •• 
10 
21 

3 

2 

77 



648 

566 

374 

12 

b 

10 

15 

56 

61 

33 

3 

9 

21 

51 

7 

4U 

19 

12 

10 

2 



62,558 

14,022 

7,334 

6,064 

624 

6, 196 

2(436 

2(798 

2,588 

67 

143 

1 9 ( 66 1 

1,934 

1(666 

268 

1 1 

17(716 

17(309 

407 

16,999 

12(213 

(NAI 

(NAI 

986 

3,327 

319 

154 

446 

52 

97 

29 

87 

181 



25(707 

6,172 

4,010 

1(880 

282 

2(430 

223 

• •• 

761 

U23 

2(022 

1(853 

92 

77 

13,686 

(D) 

26 

155 

174 

655 

713 

95 

(01 

11(812 



24(334 

19,478 

11 (735 

483 

370 

95B 

596 

2,747 

1,954 

1 (035 

84 

185 

766 

1 (361 

339 

1(022 

3(247 

248 

(D) 

(D) 



55(634 

10,806 

5(49U 

4,770 

546 

5(630 

1 ,984 

1 (868 

1 (684 

55 

129 

18(427 

(D) 

870 

(D) 

(01 

17,432 

17,037 

395 

16(625 

1 1 (905 

11,571 

334 

986 

(01 

319 

(D) 

294 

(01 

51 

(01 

(01 

127 



23,643 
5(870 
3(880 
1 (830 
160 
2,392 
189 

663 

423 
1 (876 
1 (727 

(01 

(D) 
12,230 

(01 

155 

655 
525 

(01 

(Dl 

10(768 



20,770 
16,064 

9(279 
(01 
(D) 
49U 
526 

2(427 

1 (660 

925 

34 

169 

672 

1 (243 
303 
940 

3,225 
23B 
(D) 
(01 



22,899 

4,893 

2(664 

2(002 

227 

1(403 

485 

508 

4U5 

27 

36 

7(769 

(d) 

246 

(D) 

(01 

7,473 

7,322 

151 

7,783 

5,993 

5,907 

86 

401 

1 ,207 

147 

35 

58 

(Dl 

7 

((31 

(Dl 



9,170 
981 
374 
565 

42 
1,253 

56 
• •• 
225 
106 
827 
755 

44 

28 

5,722 

(01 



• f • 
1T1 
190 
36 
(01 
5,228 



5,071 

3(873 

2,195 

105 

45 

167 

141 

445 

531 

244 

27 

64 

153 

353 

95 

258 

742 

103 

(D) 

(01 



449(846 

99(061 

53(835 

40(503 

4(723 

27,922 

9(248 

9(893 

8(588 

558 

747 

156(051 

(D) 

3(979 

(d) 

(Ul 

151 (0)9 

148(188 

2(831 

146,552 

1 12(610 

1 10(966 

1 ,644 

8,433 

22(024 

2(721 

764 

1 (1 19 

(i;i 

133 
(01 
(01 
267 



179(631 
18(096 

6,812 
10,107 

1 (177 
23(560 

1 ,017 

• t , 
4(517 
1 (937 

16(385 

14(816 

877 

692 

1 14(119 

(01 

• • • 
1 (81 1 

, •• 

2(916 

4(191 

687 

(Ul 

104(331 



98(585 

76(1 68 

44(047 

1 (910 

984 

2(724 

3(004 

8,331 

10,312 

4(856 

529 

1 (290 

3(037 

6(844 

1 (528 

5(316 

13(324 

2(249 

(D) 

(01 



434(729 

94(359 

51,069 

38(868 

4(422 

27l370 

8,834 

9,513 

8(224 

558 

731 

150(170 

'd) 

3(800 

(D) 

(01 

145(389 

142(671 

2(718 

143(437 

109(954 

108,432 

1 (522 

o,099 

21 (970 

2(721 

693 

1 (046 

(01 

113 

(01 

(01 

237 



174(646 

17(184 

6(755 

9(992 

437 

22(365 

989 

4(340 

1(901 

16(062 

14,570 

847 

635 

1 1 1 (815 

(01 



2(649 

3(795 

679 

(01 

102(903 



95(937 

73(914 

42(743 

1 (910 

73^ 

2(639 

2(910 

8(199 

10,026 

4(749 

529 

1(290 

2(930 

6,691 

1 (425 

5(266 

13(324 

2(008 

(D) 

(01 



27(920 



13(902 

2(569 

1(212 

1( 194 

163 

603 

235 

329 

276 

20 

33 

5,121 

(d) 

163 

(D) 

(01 

4(9|9 

4(859 

60 

5(010 

4(239 

4,158 

81 

220 

456 

62 

33 

35 

(Dl 

7 

(01 

(01 



2,873 
3|8 

82 
166 

70 
449 

23 

• t • 
92 
37 

244 

200 

22 

i^ 

1(710 
(01 

• • • 
53 



19 

(Ul 

1(4/6 



1,987 

1(51 1 

922 



55 

47 

174 

171 

86 

10 

22 

54 

166 

43 

123 

235 

75 

(D) 

(01 



12(913 

2(282 

1(066 

1,074 

142 

562 

208 

289 

238 

20 

31 



4( 



n] 



14? 

(d5 

(01 

4(613 

4,558 

55 

4(747 

3(992 

3(925 

67 

21 1 

453 



(01 

5 

(01 

101 



2(616 
248 

78 
159 

I 1 
391 

22 

79 
36 

228 

192 

21 

15 

1(61 1 

(Ul 

43 



(Ul 
1(41 1 



1(864 

1 (418 

860 



166 

164 

81 

10 

22 

49 

156 

35 

121 

235 

55 

(d) 

(01 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. 
' Includes plant-owned outlets. 



(NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $500. 



Represents zero. 



ALABAMA 



2-5 



Table 101. SELECTED SERVICES: 1954 — THE STATE — Continued 
Establishments, Receipts, Paytoll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



Kind of business 



Establislunent3 



Total 

(Number) 



With 
payroll 



Receipts 



Total, all 

establish- 

menta 

(Si.ooo) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

(tl.OOO) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



PayroU, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(DolUn) 



Full 
workweek 



Paid empioyees. 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Number) 



FuU 
workweek 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 
nesses 
only) 
(Number) 



Miscetlaoeous Repair Services 

ToMl 

Watch, clock, jewelr>* repair 

Upholstery, furniture repair 

Electrical repair shops 

Radio, t€le\Tsion repair shops 

Refrigerator ser\-ice, repair shops 

Other electrieal repair shops, n.e.c 

Blacksmith shops.. _ 

Miscellaneous repair shops 

Armature rewinding, electric motor repair and rebuilding 

Bicycle repair shops — 

Leather goods repair shops 

Locksmith, gxmsmith shops 

Musical instrument repair 

Repair shops, n.e.c 

Lan-nmower, saw, knife, tool sharpening and repair shops.. 

TjlJewriter repair shops 

Welding repair shops 

Other repair shops, n.e.c 



Amusement, Recreadon Services (inc. Motion Picmres) 

Total 

Motion picture theaters 

Motion picture theaters (except 3rive-in) 

Drive-in motion picture theaters 

Motion pictme production, distribution, services 

Motion picture production 

Motion picture production other than for television 

Motion picture production for television 

Motion picture distribution. 

Motion picture film exchanges other than for television. 

Motion picture film exchanges for television 

Ser\*ices aUied to motion picture distribution 

Services alUed to motion picture production 

BiUiard and pool parlors, bowUng alleys 

Bilhard. pool parlors 

Bowling alleys _ 

Race track operation (including racing stables) 

Automobile. 

Dog- 



Horse (including racing stables) 

Sports promoters, commercial operators. 

Baseball, football, athletic fields, sports promoters 

Baseball clubs 

Football clubs... 

Other sports clubs, promoters 

Bathing beaches. 

Ciolf courses 

Riding academies 

Skating rinks 

Swimming pools 

(^mmercial sports operators, n.e.c 

Boat, canoe rentals 

Other commercial sports operators, n.e.c 

Theatrical presentations and services 

Bands, orchestras, entertainers 

Dance halls, studios, schools (exc. children's, professional) - 

Membership golf, country clubs 

Amusement, recreation services, n.e.c 

Amusement parks, devices, shooting galleries 

Carnivals, circuses. 

Coin-operated amusement device establishments 

Other amusement, recreation services, n.e.c 

Hotels, Motels, Tourist Coons, Camps 

Total 

Hotels 

Year-roimd 

25 or more guest rooms 

Less than 25 guest rooms 

Seasonal.. 

Motels, tourist coiuts, camps 

Motels, tourist courts, trailer parks 

Motels, tourist courts 

Trailer parks. 

Sporting, recreational camps. 



1)228 
139 
|U5 
370 

75 
U2 
55 
519 
37 
16 



25 
'4211 



90U 
333 

2U0 

93 

10 

1 

1 



2 

5 

233 

227 



8 
3 

30 

7 

21 

20 

1 

9 

U6 

18 

35 

111* 

17 

7 

56 

6U 



535 
177 

(NAI 

1N41 

(NA) 

(NA) 

358 

282 

255 

26 

76 



1*08 
21 
57 

lOD 

es 

17 

6 

13 

209 

35 

2 

2 

3 

S 

162 

7 

9 

37 

109 



65l» 

303 

216 

87 

U 

1 

1 

• •• 

2 

• • t 

• •• 

2 
t 
147 
111 
6 
3 
2 

• • • 

1 

"43 

It 



363 

151 

1»9 

92 

57 

2 

212 

196 

188 



17iU39 

780 

1 1 682 

t.721 

3,188 

929 

60« 

237 

10i019 

2i657 

65 

31 

135 

192 

6.939 

192 

101 

1 (221 

5.«25 



30.222 

19.887 

ia.7iu 

5.173 
313 
(Dl 

• • t 
(0) 

(d) 

101 

• • • 
(Dl 
185 

2.03U 

1 .83« 

200 

219 

(0) 

t • • 

(0) 

1.337 

657 

657 

a«a 

f •• 

(D) 

50 

(D) 

235 

116 

233 

(D) 

(Dl 

132 

328 

319 

2.260 

3.303 

155 

151 

2.239 

158 



20.711 

13.751 

INAI 

(NAI 

(NAI 

(NAI 

6.963 

6. 186 

5.989 

197 

777 



12.995 

271 

1 .178 

2.917 

2i29u 

383 

271 

117 

8.119 

(Dl 

IDI 

(01 

(01 

8U 

5.601 

11U 

101 

913 

1.117 



28.651 

1 9 . 70 1 

11.562 

5.139 

(0) 

(Dl 



(01 
(01 



(Dl 
(01 
1 .590 
1 .390 
200 
219 
(Dl 

(Dl 

1 .209 

657 

657 



(01 
(Dl 
(01 
161 
116 
197 
(D) 
(Dl 
(01 
312 
259 
2.232 
2.779 
129 
(Dl 
2.019 
(D) 



19.686 

13.577 

(D) 

12.990 

(D) 

(01 

6.109 

5.520 

5.517 

103 

189 



376 

705 

561 

88 

55 

U6 

2.518 

727 

(0) 

(01 

(D) 

10 

1.776 

23 

21 

275 

1 .151 



6.117 
3.895 
2.931 
961 
101 
(01 
(D) 
(01 
(Dl 

• •• 

• •• 
(Dl 
(01 
102 
316 

96 
27 
(01 

• •• 
(01 
513 
385 
385 

• f» 

• •• 
(Dl 
(01 
(01 

25 

51 

39 

(D) 

(Dl 

(D) 

186 

81 

888 

380 

80 

37 

226 

37 



5.289 

1.277 
(D) 

1.139 
(D) 
(01 

1 .012 

921 

899 

22 

91 



72.512 

1 .627 

7.129 

11.595 

1 1 .621 

1 .833 

1 (111 

835 

18.326 

13.691 

(01 

101 

(01 

181 

33.891 

352 

191 

5.923 

27.125 



1 1 1 .302 

71 .056 

51.561 

16.195 

(01 

(01 

(D) 

(01 

(Dl 

. • • 

• • • 
(01 
(01 

7.118 

6.195 

1 .223 

390 

(01 

• • • 
(01 

3.269 
1 .276 
1 .276 

• • • 

• • • 
(01 
(01 
(01 
598 
131 
629 
(d) 
101 
(d) 

3.553 

1.317 

17.302 

5.285 

812 

160 

1.029 

281 



102.339 
85.183 

(d) 

82.919 

(D) 

(01 

17.155 

15.251 

15.921 

327 

905 



67.837 

1 .589 

6.658 

13.606 

10.733 

1.732 

1.111 

805 

IS. 179 

13.353 

(01 

(Dl 

(01 

155 

31.159 

322 

191 

5.778 

21.565 



103.019 

65.112 

19.852 

15.290 

101 

(01 

(d) 
101 
(0) 



(01 

(01 

7.021 

5.889 

1.135 

390 

(01 

• • • 

101 

3.112 

1.253 

1.253 



(01 
(01 
(Dl 
567 
387 
600 

(c) 

(Dl 
(D) 

2.951 

1.118 
16.511 

5.161 
812 
160 

3.967 
222 



93.567 

77.515 

(d) 

75.327 

(d) 

(01 

16.052 

15.275 

11.960 

315 

777 



1.361 

29 

166 

299 

239 

31 

26 

27 

810 

229 

(01 

(01 

10) 

6 

591 



I. 810 
2.507 
1 .995 
612 
(Ul 
(01 
(D) 
(01 
(01 

• •• 

• t • 
(01 
(01 
386 
225 

81 



(01 
• • • 

(01 
81 
25 
25 



101 
(01 
(01 

i3 
9 

17 
(D) 
(01 
(D) 
138 

18 
ISO 
122 

28 
5 

78 



3.987 
3.266 

(D) 
3.111 

(D) 
(01 
721 
598 
587 

n 

23 



1.181 

27 

111 

259 

201 

32 

26 

26 

728 

212 

(0) 

(0) 

(0) 

1 

502 

7 

12 

9) 

392 



3.221 
2.161 
1 .651 
510 
(0) 
(01 
(D) 
(01 
(01 



(01 
(Dl 
279 
206 
73 
5 
(01 

(0) 
69 
20 
20 



(0) 
(01 
(01 
22 

7 
13 

(d) 

(0) 

(D) 
94 
11 

131 



3.601 
2|967 

(d) 

2.851 
(D) 
(01 
537 
620 
610 
10 
17 



1.333 

131 
172 
111 
289 

76 

19 

55 
5S8 

UO 
ID) 
(0) 
(01 

26 
157 

22 
5 

97 
332 



731 
171 
1 16 
68 
(Ul 
(01 

• •• 
(01 
(Dl 

(d) 

■ • • 

101 
(01 
239 
231 
8 
2 
101 

• • • 
(01 

72 
3 
3 



(Dl 
(01 
(01 

31 
2 

22 
(D) 
(Dl 
(D) 

39 

20 

5 

159 

16 
9 

73 

71 



536 

163 
INAI 
INA) 
INAI 
INAI 
373 
301 
275 
26 
72 



Standard Notes: ( D ) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. n.e.c Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $500. 



Represents zero. 



2-6 



SELECTED SERVICES -AREA STATISTICS 



Table lOlA. SELECTED SERVICES: 1948 — THE STATE 
Establishments and Receipts, by Kind of Business 



Kind of business 



Establish- 
ments 

(Number) 



Receipts 

($1,000) 



Kind of business 



EstaUiah- 
nKiits 

(Number) 



RecaptB 

($1,000) 



Personal Services 

Barher, Iteauty shops_ _ _ . - - - . 

Barber shops . - . 

Beauty shops. 

Barber and beauty shops combined 



CleaninK, dyeing plants . 

(.'leaning, dyeinp plants (exc. rug cleaning) _ _ . 

Rug rleaning. repairing plants. _ - 

Funeral service, crematories. _ . 

Laundries, -laundry services - — 

Laundries, power ^ . - 

Linen supply service 

Diaper service. , . - . - 

Laqndries (exc. power) . . 

Photographic studios . - 

Photographic studios (exc. commercial photography). 
Commercial photography - . . - - - - - 



Pressmg, alteration, garment repair shops _ 

Pressing, alteration, garment repair shops (exc. fur repair and 

storage) - - 

Fur repair and storage shops 

Shoe repair shops, shoeshine parlors, hat cleaning shops 

Shoe repair shops . . _ - - - 

Shoeshine 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 - . 

(^ther miscellaneous personal services, n. e. c_ 

Business Services 

•Advertising . - 

•Advertising agencies _. - -- - 

Outdoor advertising service 

Miscellaneous advertising service. . 

Consumer ( redit reporting agencies, mercantile reporting agencies, 

adjustment and collection agencies. ..-..._ ^. ... . 

Duplicating, addressing, blueprinting, pTiotocopying, mailing, mail- 
ing list, stenographic services - , . 

Duplicating, addressing, mailing, mailing list, stenographic 
services _ 



Duplicating, addressing, maihng, mailing list services.. 

Public stenographic services, court reporting 

Blueprinting, photocopying services 



Employment agencies, private . . . 

*News syndicates. - - 

Services to dwellings and other buildings.. 



Dismfecting, exterminating service.. 

Window cleaning service - 

* Miscellaneous service to dwellings and other buildings. 



•Business services, n. e. c 

Auctioneers' establishments (service only) 

•Coin-operated machine rental and repair services 
Detective agencies . - 

•Interior decorating service . 

Photofinish in g laboratories 

Sign painting shops. _ 

Telephone answering service - - . . . 

Window display service , ___.._..., 

•Other business services, n. e, C- . - 



Automobile Repair Serricea, Ganges 

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 .. 

Automobile repair shops, n. e, c — _ 

Brake repair shops - 

Wheel, axle, spring repair shops ,_ 

Other automobile repair shops, n. e. c 



1,816 

1,018 

745 

53 

733 

723 
10 



137 
115 



161 

121 
-iO 



152 
3 

499 

467 
13 
19 

153 
143 
10 



1,233 

978 
17 
9 
18 
47 
32 
95 
37 



10,105 

5,737 

3,990 

378 

14,244 
13,996 

248 

5,480 

14,818 
12,545 

(D) 
(D) 
68 

1,707 

1,379 

328 



910 

50 

3,092 

2,911 

27 

154 

1,051 
1,015 

36 

(D) 
(D) 



1,897 
565 
836 
496 

1,242 

297 

155 

106 
49 
142 



902 
842 
(D) 
(D) 

2,907 
(D) 
722 
(D) 
CD) 
957 
360 

(D) 
726 



15,705 
10,909 

601 
254 
149 

749 
519 
1,665 
859 
104 
420 
335 



Amomobile Repair Serricea, Garagea— Con. 



.\utomobile rentals (without drivers) 

Automobile storage, parking .... 

Storage garages. .... 

Parking lots. . . - - - . 



Automobile services (exc. repairs) _ 

Automobile laundries . . . 

Automobile services, n. e. c . . . . 

Miscellaneous Repair Services 

Blacksmith shops _ _ . . . . . 

"Electrical repair shops. ..-.-.. 



•Radio repair shops 

Refrigerator .service and repair shops _.. 

Other electrical repair shops (inc. electrical appliance repair shops). 

f^pholstery, furniture repair shops. . . 

Watch, clock, jewelry repair shops ., , _. 

Miscellaneous repair shops 

•Armature rewinding shops. . 

Bicycle repair shops ..._ 

Ijcather goods repair shops - 

Ixjcksmith, 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 . 



Amusements 

Motion picture theaters . _ — 

Motion picture theaters, regular 

Outdoor motion picture theaters. 

Portable motion picture theaters 

•Bands, orchestras, and entertainers 

Bowling alleys, billiard and pool parlors 

Billiard and pool parlors ,. 

Bowling alleys... _. 

Dance halls, studios, and schools 



Race track operation. 

Automobile . 

Hog 

•Horse. ......... 



Sports promoters and commercial operators 

Baseball and footliall clubs, athletic fields, sports promoters 

Baseball clubs (inc. promoters) . ... . 

Football clubs (itic. promoters) . 

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

athletic events . ... -.., . 

Bathing beaches . . 

Golf courses -. 

Riding academies. .. 

Skating rinks .... 

Skating rinks, roller 

Skating rinks, ice 

Swimming pools .... 

Commercial sports operators, n. e. c 

Bicycle rentals 

Boat and ranoe rentals . . 

(Jther commercial sports operators, n. e. c . . . 

Theaters and theatrical producers (exc. motion picture) 

Miscellaneous amusement and recreation service.. 
Amusement devices 

Amusement parks . . 

Shooting galleries 

Coin-operated amusement device services 
Miscellaneous amusement and recreation services, n e. c 



Hotels. Tourist Courts 



Hotels 
Tourist courts 



282 

208 

29 

45 

87 



320 

20 

21 

1 

8 

5 

265 

3 

11 



36 
206 



333 

318 

13 

2 



293 
276 



208 
155 



Standard Notee: (D) Withheld to avoid disclOBure. (NA) Not available or not applicable. n. e. c. Not elsewhere cloflslfled. ... Represents zero. 

*Data not comparable with I95I1 because of difference in enumeration tectiniques in the two censusea (see text). 

^Data in this table differ from those which appeared in the 191*8 Census of Service Trade. Such data were adjusted to exclude data for eBtabliBhnenle with no payroll which had 
receipts of lees than $1,000. 

^Includes industrial laundries. 



ALABAMA 



2-7 



Table 102. SELECTED SERVICES: 1954 — COUNTIES; CITIES OF 2,300 INHABITANTS OR MORE 
Total Selcaed Services — Establishments, Receipts, Payroll, and Personnel; Kind-of-Business Group — Establishments and Receipts 





Total 


Kind-of-business group 




Establishipents 


Receipts 


Payroll, 
entire 
year 

(Sl.OOO) 


Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 


Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 
nesses 
only) 
(Number) 


Persona] services 


Automobile repair 
services, garages 


AU Other selected 
services* 




Total 
(Number) 


With 
payroll 

(Number) 


Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 


fctablish- 

ments with 

pavroU 

(11,000) 


Total 
(Number) 


FuU 
workweek 

(Number) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number) 


Receipts 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number) 


Receipts 

(Jl.OOO) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number) 


Receipts 

(Sl.OOO) 


Alabana, total 


8i882 


4|8I2 


1801974 


161.382 


52,627 


27.920 


25.401 


6.816 


4|299 


62,556 


ll225 


24,334 


3,357 


94,082 




33 


13 


461 


369 


85 


49 


46 


35 


13 


256 


4 


20 


15 


185 




27 
b 

1*5 


13 
71 


445 
16 

3«051 


369 

2.627 


85 

817 


49 
• •■ 

417 


46 
• •• 

396 


29 

6 

159 


11 
2 

45 


(D) 
(D) 

509 


2 
2 

15 


ID) 
(D) 

225 


14 

2 

105 


5) 




(D) 


Baldirin Counly 


2,317 




28 

31 

106 

63 


14 
15 

42 

35 


297 

430 

2>324 

872 


229 

340 

2 .058 

748 


76 

90 

651 

166 


41 

42 

334 

135 


37 

36 

323 

121 


26 
29 

104 

75 


11 
14 
20 

32 


115 
133 
261 

264 


3 
5 
7 

14 


27 
42 
155 

201 


14 
12 
79 

17 


155 




255 




1.907 




407 




3« 
2» 

33 

51 


18 
17 

7 

23 


609 
263 

228 

402 


525 
223 

154 

302 


118 
48 

55 

85 


87 

48 

26 
53 


76 

45 

23 

45 


49 
26 

34 

54 


21 

11 

15 
25 


195 
69 

111 
197 


5 
9 

1 

5 


149 
52 

(0) 

59 


a 

9 
17 
20 


265 




142 




(D) 


Diount County 


146 




Su 

17 
SO 


18 

5 

20 


3S9 
73 

623 


i63 

39 

U79 


75 
12 

1 19 


U4 

9 

47 


39 

6 

44 


38 

16 

47 


19 
6 

26 


175 
22 

186 


1 
5 

1 


(D) 
(D) 

(0) 


14 
6 

23 


(D) 
(D) 






(D) 




47 

3 

58 


19 
1 

32 


594 
29 

706 


ID) 
602 


(dV 

(0) 
173 


10) 
136 


(D) 
ID) 

134 


(b) 

(D) 
53 


26 
• fl • 

25 


186 
• •• 

303 


1 
• •• 

7 


IDI 

• • • 

78 


20 

3 

26 


(d) 




29 


Butler County 


325 




36 
22 

i95 


24 
8 

161 


514 
192 

5t409 


494 
148 

4.701 


137 
36 

1,411 


103 
33 

790 


101 
33 

693 


30 
23 

326 


17 
8 

147 


246 
57 

2 1052 


3 

4 
48 


54 
24 

1,193 


16 
10 

100 






1 1 1 




2.154 




207 
15 
26 
«7 

85 


1 17 
11 
12 
21 

49 


4>406 
180 
306 
517 

839 


3.900 
140 
260 
401 

703 


1,185 

46 
84 
96 

200 


630 
43 
60 
57 

119 


577 
25 
40 
51 

103 


238 
15 

24 
49 

89 


107 

8 

15 

17 

50 


1l587 

87 

207 

171 

298 


34 

5 
1 
6 

12 


1,032 

(D) 

ID) 

80 

179 


56 

2 
10 
22 

23 


1 .787 




(0) 




ID) 
266 




Chflinbers County 


362 




59 
15 
60 


14 
35 

9 

32 


I*'? 
642 

123 

698 


ISl 
5S2 

99 

602 


43 
157 

21 

153 


28 

91 

16 
102 


20 
83 

83 


26 

59 

14 
66 


15 
35 

5 

29 


74 
224 

25 

322 


3 
9 

3 

11 


26 

153 

33 

111 


8 

15 

5 
20 


97 




265 




54 




255 




34 
26 

37 

69 


20 
12 

9 

43 


426 
272 

231 

697 


366 
236 

145 

609 


1 10 
43 

41 

153 


69 
33 

24 

92 


61 
22 

22 

83 


42 
23 

34 

73 


19 

10 

16 
30 


284 
38 

80 

286 


5 
6 

6 

10 


42 
69 

74 

123 


10 
10 

15 

29 


100 




155 




77 


Clarke County 


288 




29 

40 

34 
14 
T4 


19 
24 

16 

6 

44 


263 
432 

187 

103 

967 


231 

378 

133 

71 
861 


69 
84 

50 

25 

234 


44 
48 

48 

16 

15S 


38 

45 

34 

14 

144 


30 

43 

33 

13 
70 


12 

18 

13 
10 
41 


129 
157 

91 

75 

399 


• •• 

10 

7 

2 
6 


• «• 

123 

18 
(0) 
75 


17 
12 

14 

2 

27 


136 




152 




78 




(0) 


Coffee County 


493 




16 

52 

6 

128 


14 

28 

4 

82 


151 

785 

31 

2.293 


(D) 
697 
(D) 

2.075 


30 
199 

5 

575 


19 
128 

5 

339 


19 

120 

5 

301 


14 

50 

6 

132 


7 

29 

5 

67 


(D) 
315 

(D) 

595 


2 

4 

• •• 

13 


ID) 
(D) 
• • • 

193 


7 

19 

1 

48 


58 




(D) 




ID) 


Colbert County 


1 .405 




80 

54 
14 

32 


50 

24 

8 

16 


1.699 
470 
124 

354 


1,543 
428 
104 

302 


434 

1 19 

22 

77 


240 
83 
16 

5S 


216 
73 
12 

48 


82 

34 
16 

31 


37 
22 

b 

13 


458 

210 

27 

140 


11 

2 

• #• 

3 


(d) 

(D) 

• • • 

(D) 


32 

10 
6 

16 


(d) 




(D) 




97 


Conecuh County 


(D) 




29 

3 

23 

106 


15 
1 

9 

70 


544 
10 

184 

1 .776 


(D) 
ID) 

192 

1.640 


(D) 
(D) 

29 

473 


(D) 
(D) 

22 

283 


(n) 

(0) 

21 

255 


(D) 
(D) 

21 

96 


11 
2 

11 

57 


(D) 
(01 

46 

732 


i 
• • • 

7 
12 


(D) 
• • • 

1 14 

342 


15 
1 

5 

37 


181 




ID) 




24 




702 




52 

21 
19 

14 

27 

129 


38 

13 
13 
6 

19 

65 


1.113 
210 
269 
164 

355 

1 .852 


1.063 
196 
223 

158 

335 

1,584 


322 

59 
63 
29 

66 

391 


183 
45 
42 
13 

54 

248 


172 
40 
33 

10 

59 
226 


46 
20 
17 
13 

24 

135 


29 

12 
14 

2 

16 
57 


493 
(D) 
(D) 
(0) 

159 

608 


9 
1 
1 

1 

3 

38 


313 

(0) 
(0) 
(D) 

43 

814 


14 
8 

4 
1 1 

8 

34 


307 




109 




1 13 




173 




143 




430 




100 
29 

60 


52 
13 

34 


1 .610 
242 

798 


1.398 
186 

622 


362 

29 

159 


223 
25 

119 


211 
17 

107 


104 
31 

52 


46 
11 

Zl 


575 
33 

284 


31 

7 

7 


753 
61 

45 


23 

It 

32 


282 




148 




459 




47 
13 

150 


29 

5 

82 


748 
50 

2.986 


588 
34 

2,540 


154 
5 

787 


113 

6 

507 


101 
6 

470 


41 
11 

156 


17 

4 

76 


271 
13 

1 ,306 


3 
4 

18 


(D) 
(D) 

250 


27 
5 

56 


(D) 




(D) 




1.430 


<^']Bn , 


134 
16 

120 


74 
8 

44 


2.566 
420 

1 .232 


2, 162 
378 

836 


706 

81 

217 


457 
50 

IIB 


429 
41 

112 


145 

1 1 

144 


70 
6 

49 


1,269 
37 

438 


16 
2 

20 


(D) 
ID) 

196 


48 
8 

51 


(d) 




(D) 




598 


Fort Payne 


S8 
62 


26 
18 


642 
590 


476 
360 


139 

7» 


85 
33 


83 
29 


71 
73 


29 
20 


319 

1 19 


7 
13 


76 
120 


22 
29 


247 




351 







Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. XXX Not applicable. {Z) Less than $500. . . . Represents zero. 
'Includes Business Services, Miscellaneous Repair Services, Amusement and Recreation Services, Motion Pictures, Hotels. Tourist Courts, Motels, and Camps. 



2-8 



SELECTED SERVICES -AREA STATISTICS 



Table 102. SELECTED SERVICES: 1954 — COUNTIES, CITIES OF 2,300 INHABITANTS OR MORE — Continued 
Total Selected Services — Establishments, Receipts, Payroll, and Personnel; Kind-of-Business Group — Establishments and Receipts 





Total J 


Kind-of -business group 


County and city 


Establishments 


Receipts 


PaytoU, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 


Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 


Proprie- 
tors (im- 
inixirpo- 
ratcd 
busi- 
nesses 
only) 
(Number) 


Personal services 


Automobile repair 
services, garages 


AU other selected 
services* 


Total 

(Number) 


With 
payroll 

(Number) 


Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
(tl.OOO) 


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
(Jl.OOO) 


Total 
(Number) 


Full 
workweek 

(Numberl 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Numberl 


Receipts 

(Jl.OOO) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(Number) 


Receipts 
(11,000) 


Estab- 
lUh- 
ments 

(Number) 


Receipts 
(11,000) 




79 


55 


787 


633 


176 


119 


104 


79 


39 


289 


11 


100 


29 


398 


Tallassee (part)^ 


57 

25 
27 

117 


15 
13 

7 

55 


249 
303 
235 

1.746 


221 
247 
1*5 

1.428 


75 
75 
28 

359 


55 
50 
14 

237 


46 
46 
12 

221 


24 
29 
26 

1 13 


18 

7 

14 

54 


118 
123 

48 

505 


5 
4 

2 

17 


24 
(D) 
(0) 

469 


4 
14 
1 I 

46 


107 




(D) 




(D) 


Escambia County 


772 




117 
US 
28 

362 


21 
20 

lit 

17U 


657 
591 
498 

5.026 


555 
467 
406 

4. 1116 


1 61 

126 

72 

1 .338 


85 
9«i 
57 

786 


78 

88 
55 

702 


40 
48 
25 

357 


27 
19 

b 

195 


220 

215 

70 

2,100 


4 
lu 

3 

42 


(Dl 
176 
(D) 

455 


16 
13 

17 

125 


(d) 




200 




(D) 




2.451 




39 

iU7 

76 

tb 


21 
139 

m 

22 


449 

4.004 

57J 

360 


379 

3.494 

273 

260 


95 

1 .1 73 

70 

80 


64 

679 

43 

48 


61 

601 

40 

44 


39 

238 

80 

46 


15 
133 
47 

23 


141 

1 ,726 

233 

133 


6 
25 
11 

6 


45 
294 
125 

59 


IS 
69 
18 

17 


263 




1 .984 




214 




158 




3J 
7 

53 


19 
3 

27 


313 
47 

452 


225 

35 

300 


71 
9 

105 


41 

7 

79 


38 
6 

63 


41 

5 

53 


IB 

5 

25 


(d) 

(D) 
246 


5 
1 

7 


(d) 

10) 
90 


16 
1 

21 


(D) 




(0) 




115 


Russellville 


31. 
1 9 


18 
9 

no 


296 
15b 

8bl 


220 
30 

725 


79 
26 

146 


62 
17 

105 


52 
11 

92 


35 
18 

88 


20 
5 

47 


203 
43 

376 


2 

5 

B 


(D) 
(D) 

146 


12 
9 

29 


(D) 




(D) 




359 




57 
U7 

15 

23 

116 

178 


17 
23 

7 

9 

20 

112 


5^6 
355 

229 

192 
363 

4.549 


446 
279 

195 

132 

279 

4.219 


62 
64 

35 

36 

52 

1 .089 


57 
48 

27 

27 

34 

647 


55 
37 

23 

24 

29 

589 


41 
47 

15 

19 

50 

IBl 


23 

24 

9 
10 
21 
72 


244 
132 

(D) 

56 

150 

1 ,147 


3 
5 

1 

5 

6 

27 


114 
32 

(D 

39 

65 

455 


1 1 
IB 

5 

8 

19 

79 


158 




191 




146 




97 




148 




2.947 




155 
23 

6'=. 


97 
15 

39 


4.039 
51u 

1.061 


3.729 
490 

915 


1 .005 

a« 

278 


587 
60 

191 


542 
47 

185 


152 
29 

68 


67 

5 

31 


1,116 
31 

561 


23 

4 

8 


418 
37 

79 


65 
14 

25 


2.505 




442 




421 




?2 

33 

2IOB7 


?6 
13 

11131 


754 
307 

57.390 


692 
223 

52.374 


236 
42 

17.242 


161 
30 

8.741 


158 
28 

7,873 


32 

36 

2.016 


17 

14 

1,054 


476 
85 

19,771 


3 

5 

255 


49 
30 

7.805 


12 

14 

758 


229 




192 




29.820 




185 

1 l532 

«5 

36 

31 

16 

27 

^12 

28 

155 


85 

068 
29 
50 
1 1 
1 
111 
19 
7« 

12 

95 


2.606 

lto.977 

822 

69o 

284 

23 

664 

39o 

t.726 

163 

2.71 1 


2.082 
45.537 
710 
618 
158 
(01 
(D) 
334 
2.058 

127 

2.427 


720 

15.055 
2 56 
2 46 
52 
(Dl 
(D) 
lOH 
492 

40 

733 


437 

7.491 

122 

138 

26 
(01 
(0) 

58 
307 

15 

449 


390 

6,760 

106 

1 15 

25 
(Dl 
(D) 

48 
279 

12 

402 


197 

1 .453 

41 

29 

30 

(Dl 

(D) 
28 

217 

27 
165 


106 
761 
32 
15 
16 
3 
1 1 
17 
93 

12 

75 


1,247 
15,577 
411 
337 
120 
23 
(D) 
19U 
(D) 

53 

1.052 


20 
192 

5 
5 
7 

• • • 

1 
35 

4 

IB 


435 

6,404 

108 

67 

136 

(D) 
(D) 

ID) 

277 


59 
579 

8 
15 

8 

5 

9 

B4 

12 

52 


924 




25.996 




303 




272 




28 




• • ■ 




(0) 




(D) 




1 .42B 




(D) 


Lauderdale County 


1,382 




lUH 

1 1 

32 
lOU 


R8 

7 

18 
72 


^.476 
235 

253 

2.629 


2.210 
217 

197 

2.475 


682 
51 

50 

758 


423 
26 

43 

50O 


377 
25 

39 

475 


151 
14 

33 

101 


75 

23 

54 


1 .052 
• • • 

137 

1 ,209 


12 
6 

1 

10 


224 
53 

(D) 

262 


57 
5 

a 

40 


1,200 




182 




(D) 




1 ,15B 




no 

5u 
10 

63 


2t 

6 

37 


1.117 

1 .275 

237 

722 


1.033 

1.215 

227 

564 


358 
342 

58 

1 48 


267 

213 

29 

110 


245 

201 

29 

93 


35 

60 

6 

62 


23 

27 

4 

31 


707 

463 

39 

300 


1 
9 

• • • 

s 


(D) 
(D) 

(0) 


15 

18 

5 

27 


(D) 


Opelika 


(D) 




198 




JD) 


Athens 


117 
16 

15 

55 


27 
10 

5 

29 


66^ 

160 

135 
734 


422 
142 

86 

640 


121 
27 

19 

144 


90 
20 

12 

107 


78 
15 

12 

100 


49 
1 3 

13 

57 


2b 

5 

5 
32 


288 
12 

22 

288 


4 
1 

4 

6 


(Dl 

(D) 

75 
135 


17 
10 

6 

17 


!d) 




(D) 




38 




310 




7 

<:5i 


24 

5 

117 


4VJ 
241 

10.157 


(d) 

(D) 
9.597 


101 

45 

4.585 


78 
29 

1.544 


74 
26 

1.500 


48 
9 

254 


29 

3 

121 


243 
45 

1,520 


3 
3 

31 


D) 

(d) 

545 


16 

1 

99 


(d) 




(D) 




8,092 




^12 
39 

56 


96 
19 

511 


(D) 
(Dl 

695 


(D) 

(ni 

615 


(D) 

(i;i 
16n 


(Dl 
105 


(0) 
(Dl 

96 


(D) 
(01 

60 


105 
lb 

22 


1.4 52 
68 

260 


24 
7 

13 


487 
58 

136 


83 
15 

21 


(D) 




(0) 




299 




S3 
33 

70 

13b 


19 
15 

5U 

76 


465 
290 

493 

1 .723 


399 
216 

403 

1.465 


124 
44 

1 04 

378 


77 
2S 

79 

278 


70 
26 

65 

249 


24 
36 

77 

137 


12 
10 

39 

59 


214 
46 

188 

585 


2 
1 1 

4 

23 


(D) 
(D) 

55 

351 


9 
12 

27 

54 


(d) 




(D) 




240 




787 


Albertvllle 


5i 
?2 
3| 
32 

9U0 


25 
12 
17 
22 

S'12 


dOu 
227 

3 '.'2 
3C4 

25.158 


694 
IRl 
340 
270 

22.900 


1 08 
51 
93 
66 

7.e4S 


129 
30 
75 
44 

3,742 


1 18 
28 
66 
37 

3.443 


55 
24 
29 
29 

890 


21 
13 
12 
13 

400 


246 

125 

136 

78 

7,481 


15 

5 
3 

144 


273 
• •• 

72 

5 

3,308 


15 

9 

14 

15 

396 


2B1 




102 




184 




220 




14,359 




1<4 

7«il 

88 

911 


8 

4112 
52 
no 


31.6 

22.12? 

1 .404 

1 .261 


332 

20.315 

1. 174 

1.079 


95 

7.1 31 

330 

295 


5? 

3,346 

193 

151 


45 

3.081 

181 

136 


15 

688 

94 

93 


b 

30b 
44 
44 


104 

6,663 

439 

275 


117 
13 
12 


(01 

2,867 

?98 

(D) 


5 

321 

31 

38 


(d) 




12,597 




657 


Remainder of County 


(D) 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid dUclosure. (NA) Not available. XXX Not applicahlc. (Z) Less than $500. ... Represents zero. 
•Includes Business Services, Miscellaneous Repair Services, Amusement and Recreation Services. Motion Pictures, HoteLi, Tourist Courts, MoteU, and Camps. 
^Tallassee Is In Klmore and T:illapoosa Cuunties. ^Leeds Is in Jefferson and .St. Clair counties. 



ALABAMA 



2-9 



Table 102. SELECTED SERVICES: 1954 — COUNTIES; CITIES OF 2,500 INHABITANTS OR MORE — Continued 
Toul Selected Services — Establishments, Receipts, I^ayroll, and Personnel; Kind-ot-Business Group — Establishments and Receipts 





Total 


Kind-of-busineas group 




Establishments 


Receipts 


Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 


Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 


Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 

busi- 
nesses 
only) 
(Number) 


Personal services 


Automobile repair 
services, garages 


AU Other selected 
services* 




Total 
(Number) 


With 
payroll 

(Number) 


Total, all 

establish- 
ments 

(Sl.OOO) 


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

(Sl.OOO) 


Total 
(Number) 


FuU 
workweek 

(Number) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number) 


Receipts 
(»1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number) 


Receipts 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Numberl 


Receipts 
($1,000) 




19 


23 


66U 


466 


1 14 


65 


62 


51 


27 


252 


7 


257 


15 


155 




J7 
52 

513 


15 
8 

317 


406 
25o 

15tOS<: 


3U4 
122 

14,0'!2 


94 
20 

4.93'J 


S6 
9 

2,621 


54 
8 

2,437 


27 

24 

515 


la 

9 
236 


226 
26 

5i778 


2 

b 

7b 


(D) 
(D) 

1 .943 


7 
b 

201 


(D) 




(D) 




7.331 




'»B3 
30 

\B2 


299 
18 

lou 


l4.35o 
694 

Jl213 


13.406 
646 

2.723 


4.7o' 
176 

845 


2.564 
57 

508 


2.380 
57 

473 


489 
26 

191 


221 
lb 

95 


5.65t> 
122 

1.462 


73 
3 

21 


lt«54 
89 

253 


ie9 

12 
66 


6.848 




483 




1.498 




1U5 
25 
12 

U9 


-93 

17 

U 

21 


tieC6 

23b 
169 

37t, 


2.366 
220 
137 

304 


755 
63 
27 

ao 


444 
42 
22 

66 


426 
26 
21 

58 


152 
27 
12 

49 


73 

17 

5 

34 


1.281 

162 

19 

203 


17 
2 
8 


206 

(Dl 
(Dl 

56 


55 
6 

5 

7 


1.319 


Hsrtselle 


(D) 




(D) 




119 




S2 

17 

«3 


12 
9 

26 


29b 

d2 

40b 


2S0 

54 

295 


63 
17 

77 


52 
14 

58 


47 
11 

SO 


33 

16 

46 


24 
10 

20 


144 
59 

141 


6 

2 

b 


(d) 

(0) 
60 


2 
5 

23 


(01 




(D) 




20'» 




17 

31 

66 


7 
19 

50 


170 
235 

1 (204 


130 
145 

1.126 


39 

38 

314 


22 

36 

276 


21 
29 

188 


16 
30 

66 


6 

14 

34 


74 
67 

515 


2 
3 

13 


(0) 
(D) 

135 


9 

14 

19 


(D) 




(D) 


Pilce County 


554 




15 

IB 

U9 


9 
38 

3 

21 


(D) 

1 IUU5 

til) 

41 1 


941 
(0) 

309 


(D) 
273 

(□) 

37 


(D) 
245 
(Dl 

57 


159 
(Dl 

51 


(D) 
48 
(D) 

46 


11 

23 

• •• 

30 


66 
449 

• • ■ 

187 


2 

10 

1 

U 


(Dl 
126 
(D) 

102 


2 

15 
2 

11 


(Dl 




430 




(0) 


Randolph County 


122 




1i 
8 

95 


19 
2 

13 


376 
35 

1 t327 


(D) 
(0) 

821 


(D) 
(01 

233 


ID) 
136 


(01 
121 


(D) 
(01 

99 


23 

7 

49 


(D) 
(D) 

467 


tt 
• •t 

17 


102 
193 


10 

1 

29 


(D) 




(01 




367 


Phenix City 


81 

lu 

U5 


37 
6 

19 


90B 
119 

452 


7S0 
91 

318 


219 

14 

66 


128 
8 

48 


1 14 

7 

45 


83 
16 

45 


44 

b 

lo 


430 
37 

178 


12 
5 

S 


156 
37 

62 


25 

4 

19 


322 




45 




212 


Leeds (part )^ 


"5 
39 
36 
163 


• •• 

19 

25 

1U 
105 


45^ 
443 
344 

^•Sbl 


318 

399 

194 

2.589 


• • • 
66 

106 

48 

892 


48 

70 

46 

U91 


45 

63 

44 

467 


• • t 
46 

42 

31 

153 


18 
21 
17 
89 


• • tt 

178 

187 

14b 

1ll7b 


• •• 

e 

6 
2 

21 


• ■ • 
62 

125 

(01 

335 


• •• 
19 

12 

17 

53 


• •• 
212 




131 




(D) 


Talladega County 


1 .368 




71 
57 
14 

93 


14 

«1 

"1 

9 

51 


199 
1 l373 
1 .103 

20b 

1 .159 


197 
1.1 S3 
1.067 

172 

985 


61 
395 
404 

32 

2b0 


34 
202 
235 

20 

166 


34 
194 
222 

17 

133 


10 
69 
56 
18 

93 


9 
39 
31 

to 

42 


67 
597 

465 
49 

406 


2 

10 

5 

4 

19 


(01 
163 
76 
(D) 

253 


5 
22 

21 

5 

32 


(0) 




613 




562 




(Dl 




500 




U6 

38 

260 


ii 

3 
16 

156 


71b 
2o 

416 

b.326 


665 

12 
308 

4.838 


16B 

3 

79 

1 .611 


lie 

2 

46 

981 


94 

2 

37 

883 


46 

9 

38 

257 


20 

7 
15 

140 


278 
(D) 
W 

2.217 


11 
• •• 

8 

30 


156 

97 

581 


15 
2 
15 

90 


281 


Tallassee (part)^ 


(01 




(D) 




2 .528 




12 

2"1 

7 

152 


8 

115 

3 

70 


lOo 

5.0- U 
130 

i .395 


96 

4.624 
118 

1.131 


39 

1 .557 

1'^ 

365 


26 
947 

8 

235 


26 

849 

8 

216 


12 

237 

8 

144 


10 

129 
1 

66 


(D) 
2,051 

(01 

572 


1 
29 
• •• 

33 


(01 
(D) 
(D) 

235 


1 

83 

6 

53 






(D) 




(d) 


WaUter County 


588 




1 1 
814 
57 

15 

26 

31 


7 
19 
7 
8 
19 


6b 

1 .048 

282 

95 

14i 

34u 


53 

896 
182 

51 

108 

270 


1« 
303 

44 

14 
26 
dO 


17 

187 

31 

8 

17 

60 


16 
177 
23 

7 

15 

S3 


12 
77 
55 

11 

24 

37 


6 
35 
25 

4 

13 

21 


31 

451 

90 

(D) 

75 

195 


1 

21 
11 

4 

2 

6 


(0) 
176 
(D) 

41 

(Dl 

50 


4 
28 
21 

7 

1 1 

4 


(d) 








(D) 




(D) 




(D) 


wJnFton County, .,,,,, . , , , , j , , , . i 


95 




27 

a 


17 
2 


3j9 
31 


(D) 
(Dl 


(D) 
(0) 


(D) 
ID) 


(D) 
(D) 


(D) 
(Dl 


18 

3 


(d) 

(Dl 


6 
** * 


50 


3 

1 


(D) 




(0) 







Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $500. ... Represents zero. 

■ Includes Business Services, Miscellaneous Repair Services, Amusement and Recreation Services, Motion Pictures, Hotels, Tourist Courts, Motels, and Camps. 

'Tallassee Is in Elmore and lallapooaa Counties. ^Leeda is in Jefferson and St. Clair counties. 



2-10 



SELECTED SERVICES —AREA STATISTICS 



Table 103. SELECTED SERVICES: 1954 — STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS 
Establishments, Receipts, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



Standard metropolitan area 
and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total 

(Number) 



With 
payroll 



Receipts 



Total, aU 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(DoUoTB) 



Full 
workweek 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Number) 



FuU 
workweek 

(Number) 



Proprie- 
tore (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 

busi- 
nesses 
only) 

(Number) 



BIRMINGHAM STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA«.Coextensive with Jefferson County, Ala. 



Seleaed services, total 

Personal Services 
Total _. 

Barber, beauty shops 

Barber shops 

Beauty shops 

Barber and beauty shops combined 

Funeral service, crematories 

Photographic studios (including commercial photography) 

Shoe repair shops, ahoeshine parlors, hat cleaning shops 

Shoe repair shops 

Shoeshine parlors 

Hat cleaning shops 

Cleaning, pressing, dyeing, garment repair 

Pressing, alteration, garment repair (except fur) 

Cleaning, pressing shops, and independent plant outlets.. 

Garment repair, alteration (except fur) 

Fiu- repair, storage 

Cleaning, dyeing plants 

Cleaning, dyeing plants (except rug cleaning) ' 

Rug cleaning, repairing plants 

Laundries, laundry services 

Power laundries, self-service laundries 

Power laundries ' 

Self-service laimdries 

Industrial laundries 

Linen supply 

Diaper service 

Laundries (except power) 

Miscellaneous personal services 

0)3tume, dress suit rental 

Turkish bath, massage parlors 

Rug, furniture cleaning on location 

Ck>in-operated service machine establishments 

Miscellaneous personal services, n.e.c 



Business Services (exc. Acconoting, Anditiog, Bookkeeping) 

Total 

Advertising 

Advertising agencies 

Outdoor advertising services 

Miscellaneous advertiaing 

Consumer, mercantile credit; adjustment, collection agencies... 

Private employment agencies 

News syndicates 

Duplicating, addressing, mailing, stenographic services 

Blueprinting, photocopying services 

Services to dwellings, other buildings -. 

Disinfecting, exterminating services 

Window cleaning 

Miscellaneous services to dwellings, other buildings. 

Business services, n.e.c _ 

Auctioneers' establishments (service only) 

Ck) in-operated machine rental, repair services 

Detective agencies 

Interior decorating service 

Photofinishing laboratories 

Sign painting shops 

Telephone answering service 

Window display service 

Other business services, n.e.c 



Aaiomobile Repair Services, Garages 

Total 

Automobile repair .._ 

General automobile repair shops 

Battery, ignition repair and service 

Glass replacement, repair 

Paint shops _. 

Radiator repair shops. 

Tire repair shops 

Top and body repair 

Automobile repair, n.e.c 

Brake repair shops 

Wheel, axle, spring repair shops 

Other automobile repair shops, n.e.c 

Automobile storage, parking.. 

Parking structures, storage garages. 

Parking lots 

Automobile, truck rentals (without drivers) 

Automobile services (except repair) 

Automobile laundries 

Automobile services, n.e.c 



ii054 

457 

274 

178 

5 

25 

52 

125 

112 



295 

130 

97 

33 

1 

164 

159 

5 

78 

62 

iNft) 

(NA) 

3 



20 

15 

2 

3 

125 

2 



265 
216 
150 



Misceilaoeous Repair Services 
Total _ ., 

Watch, clock, jewelry repair 

Upholsterv. furniture repair 

Electrical repair shops 

Radio, television repair shops 

Refrigerator service, repair shops 

Other electrical repair whops, n.e.c 

Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
' Includes plant-owned outlets. 



292 


124 


18 


10 


56 


20 


VV 


35 


73 


25 


15 


7 


1 1 


3 



556 

223 

118 

100 

5 

21 

26 

53 

U6 

4 

3 

173 

32 

23 

9 

1 

110 

137 

3 

56 

112 

36 

6 

3 

3 

2 

6 

V 



• •t 

\ 

1 



100 

17 

13 

2 

2 
6 

e 
• •t 

6 

2 

14 

11 

2 

1 

47 



163 

130 

88 

5 

2 

3 

2 

9 

16 

5 

• •• 

■ •• 

5 

19 

4 

IS 

10 



19.771 

3,686 

1,891 

1 1 703 

92 

1 ,374 

923 

1,018 

900 

CD) 

(D) 

6,370 

Td) 

422 

(D) 

(0) 

5,828 

5.510 

318 

6,260 

3,486 

(NA) 

(NAI 

(01 

(CI 

(01 

122 

140 

• • • 

36 

(Dl 

(01 



10,238 
(D) 

2,704 
(0) 
(D) 

1 1 268 
(D) 
• •• 
439 
(Dl 
642 
589 
(01 
(01 

3,S95 
(01 
(Dl 
(Dl 
34 
393 
244 
(0) 
(01 

3,073 



7,805 

4,806 

2.372 

242 

(D) 

77 

(0) 

658 

746 

360 

• • • 

• • • 
360 
697 
284 
413 

2.168 
135 
(Dl 
(D) 



6.209 
290 
6-37 
1 .6^2 
1.164 
308 
220 



17.879 

2.970 

1 .355 

1 .523 

92 

1 .348 

(D) 

772 

668 

(D) 

(Dl 

5.822 

(D) 

160 

CD) 

CD) 

5.608 

CD) 

(Dl 

6.12B 

3.362 

3.306 

54 

(D) 

(01 

(01 

(01 

(D) 



• • • 
(01 
(01 



9.622 

3.406 

2.624 

(Dl 

(Dl 

1 .268 

126 

• •• 
(Dl 
(01 
596 
547 
(01 
(01 

3.489 

• • • 



393 
208 
(Dl 
(Dl 

CD) 



7.021 
4.069 
2.020 
242 
(Dl 
73 
(Dl 
440 
688 
(01 
• • ♦ 
■ • • 
(01 
661 
(01 
CD) 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(01 
(01 



5.09b 
172 
529 

1 .290 
876 
240 
174 



7.644 

1 ,485 

744 

712 

29 

454 

194 

218 

176 

CD) 

(01 

2.479 

CD) 

45 

CD) 

(01 

2.408 

CD) 

(01 

2.800 

1 .778 

1.763 

15 

(01 

(Dl 

(Dl 

32 

14 



(01 
(01 



2.868 
482 
261 
(0) 
(01 
763 
37 

• ■• 
161 
(Dl 
317 
286 
(01 
(01 
CD) 

• ■ • 

• •• 
(01 

• • t 
106 

83 
(Dl 
(Dl 
CD) 



1 .776 

1 .080 

544 

61 

(Dl 

26 

(01 

77 

244 



73 
206 

S3 
123 
431 

59 
(01 
(01 



162 

341 

254 

57 



332.227 



150,161 

30.460 

14.895 

14.972 

593 

10.001 

3,506 

4,434 

3,525 

(S 

(01 

49.413 

CD) 

631 

CD) 

(01 

48.278 

CD) 

(Dl 

52.100 

31 .891 

31 .701 

190 

(Dl 

(01 

(01 

704 

247 

(01 
• It 
(01 
(01 



55.124 

8.819 

4.463 

(Dl 

(Dl 

14.570 

599 

• • t 
3,008 

(01 
5.236 
4.513 
(01 
(Dl 
CD) 
, • • 

• • • 
(01 

• t i 
1 .884 
1 .669 

(01 
(01 
CD) 



35.323 

22.560 

1 1 .050 

1 .140 

(Dl 

658 

(01 

1 ,245 

5,533 



1 .63' 



1.634 
3.419 
1 .310 
2.109 
8.063 
1 .281 
(Dl 
(01 



29.716 
1 .102 
3.580 
6.593 
4,801 
1 .151 
641 



145.080 

29.665 

14.461 

14.661 

543 

9.835 

3,449 

4.161 

3,258 

Jd) 

(01 

46,857 

(D) 

593 

CD) 

(Dl 

45,777 

CD) 

(01 

50.881 

31 .058 

30.872 

186 

(Dl 

(0) 

(01 

653 

232 

• • • 
(01 

• • • 
(Dl 
(01 



52.135 

8.079 

4,46.> 

(Dl 

(01 

13.733 

571 

• t • 
2.970 

(Dl 

5.136 

4.443 

(01 

(01 

Co) 
, • • 

• • * 

(Dl 

1.617 

1.361 

(Dl 

(01 

CD) 



34.279 

21 .836 

10.780 

1,140 

(Dl 

590 

(01 

1.229 

5,346 

1.538 

• • • 

1,538 
3.31c. 
1.207 
2.109 
8.063 
1 .06.; 
(01 
(01 



28,072 
1 .064 
3.154 
6.349 
4.619 
1.089 
641 



4.264 

678 

292 

367 

19 

189 

83 

163 

129 

CD) 

(01 

1.571 

CD) 

34 

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(01 

1.520 

CD) 

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1.570 

1.124 

1.117 

7 

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(01 

(01 

29 

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(01 
(01 



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162 

51 
(01 
(01 
284 

13 
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81 

63 
(01 
(01 
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(01 
(01 

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405 

221 

20 

(Dl 

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(01 

25 

79 

29 



29 

en 

37 
51 
141 
50 
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(01 



499 
19 
65 

115 
82 
22 

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7,873 



3.996 

630 

270 

342 

18 

182 

81 

136 

103 

CD) 

(01 

1 1442 

CD) 

29 

CD) 

(0) 

1.397 

CD) 

(01 

1 .516 

1.080 

1.074 

6 

(01 

(0) 

(01 

27 

9 

(Dl 
* • • 

(Dl 
(01 



828 
103 

51 
(0) 
(01 
241 

12 



43 
(01 
78 
61 
(Dl 
(01 
CD) 



(01 
• • • 

36 

30 
(01 
(01 
CD) 



625 

371 

202 

20 

(01 

8 

(01 

24 

75 

25 

• • • 

• ■ • 
25 
80 
29 
51 

141 
33 
(01 
101 



439 

17 
67 
104 
72 
21 
1 1 



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2-11 



Table 103. SELECTED SERVICES: 1954 — STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS — Continued 
Establishments, Receipts, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



Standard metropolitan area 
and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total 

(Number) 



With 

payroll 



Receipts 



Total, all 

establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(DoUare) 



Full 
workweek 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Number) 



Full 
workweek 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 
nesses 
only) 
(Number) 



BIRMINGHAM STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Con. 



MiscclUoeoos repair serrice*— Con. 

Blackamitti shops - 

Miscellaneous repair shops 

Armature rewinding, electric motor repair and rebuilding 

Bicycle repair shops - 

Leather goods repair shops. 

Locksmith, gunsmith shops 

Musical instrument repair __- _ 

Repair shops, n.ec 

Lan-mnower, saw. knife, tool sharpening and repair ahops-. 

Tj-pewriter repair shops __ 

Welding repair shops _ __ 

Other repair shops, n.e.c -.. 

AmuscmeDt, Recreatioa Services (inc. Motion Pictures) 

Total- 

Motion picture theaters 

Motion picture theaters (except drive-in) 

Drive-in motion picture theaters 

Motion picture production, distribution, services 

Motion picture production- 

Motion picture production other than for television 

Motion picture production for television 

Motion picture distribution 

Motion picture film exchanges other than for television 

Motion picture film exchanges for television 

Services allied to motion picture distribution 

Services allied to motion picture production 

Billiard and pool parlors, bowling alleys 

Billiard, pool parlors.. - 

Bowling alleys 

Race t rack operation (including racing stables) 

Automobile 

Dog. 



Horse Unt^'uding racing stables) 

Sports promoters, commercial operators 

Baseball, football, athletic fields, sports promoters 

Baseball clubs 

Football clubs 

Other sports clubs, promoters 

Bathing beaches 

Golf courses 

Riding academies 

Skating rinks -._ 

Swimming pools — 

Commercial sports operators, n.e.c 

Boat, canoe rentals., j. 

Other commercial sports operators, n.e.c 

Theatrical presentations and services 

Bands, orchestras, entertainers. 

Dance halls, studios, schools (exc. children's, professional). 

Membership golf, country clubs — 

Amusement, recreation services, n.e.c 

Amusement parks, devices, shooting galleries 

Carnivals, circuses 

(Doin-operated amusement device establishments 

CHher amusement, recreation services, n.e.c. 



Hotels, Motels, Tourist Coorts, Camps 



Total. 



Hotels. 
Year-round _ 

25 or more guest rooms 

Less than 25 guest rooms 

Seasonal , 

Motels, tourist courts, camps 

Moteb, tourist courts, trailer parka. 

Motels, tourist courts 

Trailer parks 

Sporting, recreational camps 



1 19 
12 



lai 
35 



91 

38 
(N4) 
(Nft) 

(NA) 
53 
41 
39 



125 
3 
2 



• • « 

3i570 

li357 

(Dl 

• • • 
(D) 
109 

2.003 

6U 

■ . • 

286 

1 .653 



7.637 

3, 651* 

2,98"» 

670 

231 

• «• 

• •• 

• * • 
ID) 
t • t 

• • ■ 
ID) 
(01 
3S1 
2«0 
Kl 
(Dl 
(151 

• • • 
(Dl 
522 
(01 
(Dl 

• . • 
». • 
t . f 

• . • 



(D) 
90 
28 



56 



151 
(01 
lll02 
1.177 
(Dl 
(Dl 
835 
1U3 



5,736 

4.752 

(NAI 

(NAI 

(NAI 

(NAI 

9811 

BS6 

(D) 

(01 

98 



3 1 1014 

1 .357 

(01 

• • . 
(Dl 

(D) 
(Dl 

(D) 
1 .345 



7.243 
(01 

2.984 
(01 
(Dl 



297 
196 
101 
(01 
(Dl 

(01 
478 
(Dl 
(Dl 



(d) 

9U 
(Dl 
(Dl 

56 

Its 

(Dl 

1 t102 

1 .045 

(Dl 

(01 

773 

75 



5.514 

4.666 

4,666 

4.624 

42 

■ « . 

948 

(D) 

794 

(Dl 

(01 



« • • 

963 
372 
(Dl 
• • * 

(01 
3 
(D) 
(01 
. • t 
(D) 
473 



1 .831 
723 
605 
1 17 
(Dl 



» • • 

(Dl 

70 
42 
28 
(Dl 
(01 
■ . • 
(Dl 
219 
(01 
(Dl 



... 

(D) 

29 

(01 

(Dl 

« •• 

32 

89 

(01 

474 

139 

(01 

(Dl 

87 



11 



1 .586 

1.411 

1 .41 1 

1.401 

10 

• f • 

175 

(D) 

161 

(Dl 

(01 



18.643 

6.98'^ 

(01 

. i ■ 

(01 

1 19 
(D) 
(01 
. t . 

(D) 
9.4a2 



31 ,UI2 

13.433 

11,517 

1,916 

(Dl 



(01 

• • . 

(01 
. t . 

1 .466 
S22 
644 
(01 
(01 

(01 

1 .3,i4 

(01 

(Dl 

• • • 



(D) 
92 
(01 
(Dl 
. • • 
782 

1 .602 
(01 

9,250 

2.434 
(Dl 
(Dl 

1 .735 
75 



30.089 

,i6.6Utt 

26.608 

26.533 

75 

• t ■ 

3.481 

(D) 

3.202 

(01 

(01 



17.505 

6.781 

(01 

(Dl 
100 
(D) 
(Dl 
« • * 
(D) 
8.599 



291150 

12,429 

10,608 

1.821 

(01 



(Dl 
• • • 

1 .345 
753 
59t 
(Dl 
(01 
. • . 
(Dl 

1.255 
(01 
(01 



(D) 
77 
(Dl 
(Dl 
• • • 
750 

1.035 
(Dl 

8.598 

2.380 
(01 
(01 

1 .686 
66 



24.353 

21.259 

21.259 

21.194 

7b 

• t . 

3.084 

(D) 

2.817 

(01 

(Dl 



301 
106 
(01 



(D) 
(01 
. • a 

(D) 
157 



952 

413 
342 



33 
42 
(01 
(01 
a • . 
(Dl 
33 
(01 
(Ul 



(D) 

3 

(01 

(01 

... 

1 1 

78 

(01 

259 

47 

(01 

(01 



1.357 
1.219 
1.219 
1.215 



138 

(D) 
131 
(01 
(01 



261 
97 
(01 
. . . 
(01 
2 
(D) 
(01 
. . . 
(D) 
129 



771 
328 
269 
59 
(01 



36 

(01 
(01 



(01 
(Dl 



(D) 
2 
(01 
(01 
... 

11 

46 
(01 
221 

44 
(01 
(01 

29 
2 



1.214 
1 .103 
1 .103 
1 .099 



111 
(D) 
105 
(01 
(01 



126 

11 

101 

... 

(01 

b 

(D) 

(01 

(d' 

73 



101 
(D) 



(01 
(01 



(01 
(Dl 



to) 



(01 

(Dl 



21 
(01 
... 

41 

(PI 

(Dl 

17 

15 



74 

26 

(NAI 

(NAI 

(NAI 

(NAI 

4S 

(D) 

36 

(Dl 

101 



COLUMBUS STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA — Consists of Chattahoochee and Muscogee Counties. Ga. , And Russell County, Ala. 



S«Ieaed services, loial . 



Persoiul semces, total 

Barber shops 

Beauty shops 

Funeral service, crematories 

Photographic studios (including commercial photography). 

Shoe repair shops 

Pressing, alteration, garment repair (except fur) 

Cleaning, dyeing plants (except rug cleaning)' 

Power laundries, self-service laimdnes 

Power laundries ' 

Self-service laimdries 

Other personal services 



Buiiaess services (exc iccouoting, aaditiog. bookkeepiog), total . 

Aniomobile repair services, garages, total 

Automobile repair 

General automobile repair shops 

Other automobile repair shops 

Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. 
* Includes plant-owned outlets. 



66 
21 
17 
13 
28 
38 
24 
(NAI 
(NAI 
23 



366 

208 
60 
32 
9 
11 
11 
12 
38 
20 
18 
2 
IS 



16. 153 

6.509 

815 

539 

594 

356 

237 

284 

1.756 

1 .354 

(NAI 

(NAI 

564 

1 .234 

2.130 

2. 009 

1.168 

841 



(NA) Not available. 



14.897 


4.946 


98.950 


95.022 


2.660 


2.423 


651 


6.083 


2.522 


54.054 


52,051 


1.530 


1 .409 


324 


719 


378 


9.316 


8.746 


169 


153 


87 


449 


218 


4.215 


4.169 


100 


95 


69 


490 


98 


2.385 


2.375 


34 


33 


IB 


326 


109 


2.115 


2.051 


54 


49 


18 


(01 


68 


1 .551 


1.651 


33 


33 


15 


230 


75 


1 .425 


1 .38t, 


46 


43 


30 


1 .756 


800 


16.283 


15.51b 


550 


507 


39 


1 .340 


5*7 


12.549 


12.089 


442 


395 


22 


(D) 


(d) 


(D) 


(d) 


(D) 


(D) 


(NAI 


(d) 


(01 


(01 


(Dl 


(01 


(01 


(NA 1 


(d) 


209 


4.1 14 


4.074 


102 


101 


26 


1 .086 


308 


5.878 


5.774 


121 


104 


57 


1 .936 


563 


10.869 


10.287 


222 


207 


114 


1 .815 


527 


9.851 


9.269 


192 


177 


109 


990 


256 


5.191 


4.707 


105 


93 


81 


825 


271 


4.660 


4.562 


87 


84 


28 


e classified. > 


CXX Not apph 


cable. (Z) 


Less than $500 


... Re 


presents zen 


D. 



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SELECTED SERVICES -AREA STATISTICS 



Table 103. SELECTED SERVICES: 1954 — STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS — Continued 
Establishments, Receipts, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



Standard metropolitan area 
and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total 



With 
payroll 



Receipts 



Total, all 

establish- 
ments 

(SI. 000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll. 

entire 
year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
Nov. 15 



Total 

(Dollare) 



FuU 
workweek 



Paid employees, 
workwe»c ended 
nearest Nov, 15 



Total 

( Number ) 



FuU 
workweek 



COLUMBUS STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Con. 



Automobile repair services, garages — Coo. 

Automobile parking, other services 

Automobile storage, parking 

Other automobile services 



Miscellaoeous repair services, total. 

Watch, clock, jewelry repair 

Upholstery, furniture repair 

Radio, television repair shops 

Other repair services 



Amusement, recreatioo services (inc. motion pictures), total. 

Motion picture theaters — 

Motion picture production, distribution, services 

Billiard and pool parlors, bowling alleys 

Other amusement, recreation services 



Hotels, motels, tourist courts, camps, toul 

Hotels... 

Motels, tourist courts, trailer parks, camps. 



121 
(D) 
(Dl 

1.SB5 
103 
?5U 
188 
710 

3tl71 

2.060 

• • • 

210 

901 

1.82U 

1 .01 1 

P13 



121 
(D) 
IDl 

983 

(D) 
(Dl 
\HZ 
55S 

3ill7 
2i060 

200 
857 

1 .692 

1 lOl 1 
681 



36 

(D) 



319 

(D) 
(01 



674 

3ua 

• • • 

3t 
292 

460 
320 
1U0 



1 .018 
(D) 
101 

6.646 

(D) 

IDl 

1 |042 

4.113 

11 .402 
6.445 

826 
4,131 

9.101 
6.917 
2.184 



lioie 

(D) 
101 

6.262 

(d) 

IDl 

853 

3l937 

101871 

6|262 

• • « 

654 

3t955 

8.767 
6.795 
1.972 



30 

(D) 
(Dl 

116 

(D) 
(Dl 
23 
66 

357 
212 

63 

82 

314 

227 

87 



30 
(Dl 
(Dl 

102 

(D) 

(01 

16 

60 

308 
202 



293 

220 

73 



GADSDEN STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with Etowah County, Ala. 



Selected services, total . 



Personal services, total 

Barber shops 

Beauty shops.. 

Funeral service, crematories - 

Photographic studios (including commercial photography). 

Shoe repair shops 

Pressing, alteration, garment repair (except fur) 

Cleaning, dyeing plants (except rug cleaning)' 

Power laundries, self-service laundries 

Power laundries' 

Self-service laundries 

Other personal services 



Business services (exc. accounting, auditing, bookkeeping), total . 

Automobile repair services, garages, total 

Automobile repair 

General automobile repair shops 

Other automobile repair shops 

Automobile parking, other services 

Automobile storage, parking 

Other automobile services 



Miscellaneous repair services, total. 

Watch, clock, jewelry repair 

Upholstery, furniture repair 

Radio, television repair shops 

Other repair services 



Amusement, recreatioo services (inc. motion pictures), total. 

Motion picture theaters 

Motion picture production, distribution, .services 

Billiard and pool parlors, bowling alleys 

Other amusement, recreation services 



Hotels, motels, tourist couns, camps, total 

Hotels 

Motels, tourist courts, trailer parks, camps. 



52 

9 

8 

15 

19 

26 

16 

(N«l 

(Nil 



101 

30 

18 

3 

2 

3 

5 

26 

12 

6 

6 

2 



5,026 

2.100 

315 

195 

264 

(D) 

114 

83 

519 

504 

(NA| 

(Nil 

(Dl 

345 

465 
(D) 
?90 
CD) 
(D) 
48 
IDl 

641 

16 

51 

177 

397 

934 
6M2 
(Dl 
(D) 
161 

54 1 
101 

(D) 



4,146 

1 ,710 

251 

101 

(Dl 

(D) 

42 

37 

519 

490 

448 

42 

(Dl 

(D) 

297 

(D) 
196 
(01 
101 



• • • 

(Dl 
(D) 
299 

900 
682 
101 
(01 
135 

(Dl 
(01 
(01 



699 
125 

44 
(Dl 
(Dl 

12 

13 
206 
225 
214 

11 
IDl 

65 

72 

(D) 
42 
IDl 
ID) 



101 
26 

(D) 

232 

176 

(Dl 

(D) 

31 

ISO 
101 
(D) 



26,482 

14,506 

2,205 

995 

101 

(01 

237 

213 

5,072 

4,309 

4,1 15 

194 

(Dl 

1 ,262 

1 ,204 
(D) 
630 
(01 
(01 



2,J28 

• • • 
IDl 

646 



4,210 
3,3V3 

101 
(D) 
458 

3,272 

(Dl 

(D) 



25,260 

14,120 

2,119 

971 

(Dl 

(01 

230 

2lJ 

4,874 

4,279 

4,095 

184 

(0) 

1(210 

1 llOp 
(D) 
732 
(01 
(0) 
• • • 
(01 



• •• 

(01 
481 

(Dj 

4,121 

3,311 

(01 

(D) 

451 

2,850 
(01 

(D) 



450 
SO 



(01 
101 



143 
176 
166 



(D) 

16 

(01 

(01 



(D) 

131 
105 
(01 

(D) 
14 

1 18 
(01 

(D) 



33 

(Dl 
101 
7 
8 
133 
175 
166 



(D) 



101 
'.01 



IDl 

10 

(D) 



90 

(Ul 

(D) 

13 



101 
(D) 



MOBILE STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with Mobile County, Ala. 



Selected services, toul . 



Personal services, total 

Barber shops - 

Beauty shops .- 

Ftmeral service, crematories 

Photographic studios (including commercial photography). 

Shoe repair shops - - 

Pressing, alteration, garment repair (except fur).. 

Cleaning, dyeing plants (except rug cleaning)'. 

Power laundries, self-service laundries 

Power laundries ' 

Self-service laundries 

Other personal services 



Business services (exc accouDtiog, auditing, bookkeeping), total — 

Automobile repair services, garages, toul — 

Automobile repair -- 

General automobile repair shops 

Other automobile repair shops _. 

Automobile parking, other services 

Automobile storage, parking 

Other automobileservices. 



Miscellaneous repair services, total 

Watch, clock, jewelry repair 

Upholstery, furniture repair 

Radio, television repair shops 

Other repair services 

Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. 
' Includes plant-owned outlets. 



400 
99 
9B 
10 
18 
30 
37 
52 
25 
(Nil 
(NAI 
31 

l'^5 

I 44 

1 11 

72 

39 

33 



ise 

15 



2 34 
1;1 
54 
10 
10 
14 
It 
52 
17 
16 
1 
15 



25. 158 

7,461 
788 
615 
551 
259 
220 
209 

2.151 

1 .41:5 
(N6I 
(NISI 

1 .24 3 

4.674 

3.308 
2.26H 
1 .024 
1 .244 
1 .040 
(CI 
(D) 

3,164 

97 

268 

418 

2.361 



22.900 

6,759 
588 
437 
551 
•>05 
164 
83 

2,151 

1 ,405 
(D) 
(01 

1,175 

4.452 

2,944 

1 ,918 

780 

1 ,138 

1 ,"26 

(01 

(D) 

2,504 

55 

?30 

306 

1 ,913 



(NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. 



7,848 


147,772 


141 ,931 


3,742 


3,443 




3,006 


38,121 


36,919 


1 ,704 


1,614 




249 


5,027 


4,905 


103 


96 




193 


3,905 


3,686 


1 1-^ 


106 




175 


3,o66 


Jl659 


67 


63 




52 


1 .319 


1,160 


31 


25 




5d 


1,0B8 


1,088 


26 


26 




18 


l'<7 


197 


12 


12 




1 ,099 


21 ,457 


21,113 


651 


632 




699 


13,284 


12,97? 


497 


457 




(D) 


(D) 


(D) 


(D) 


(D) 




(Dl 


(01 


(Dl 


(Jl 


(01 




465 


8,178 


8,134 


202 


197 




1,552 


29,917 


28,B8'r 


528 


474 




817 


14.671 


14,144 


275 


260 




538 


9.1 J5 


B,670 


106 


154 




201 


3.544 


3,356 


on 


61 




337 


5,591 


5,314 


9" 


93 




279 


5.536 


5,474 


109 


106 




(Dl 


(Dl 


101 


(01 


(01 




(P) 


(D) 


(D) 


(D) 


(D) 




839 


15.057 


12,991 


261 


196 




15 


415 


415 


7 


7 




77 


1 ,484 


1|42Z 


35 


31 




■•3 


1 ,53? 


1,264 


3! 


22 




664 


11 .626 


9.890 


loH 


136 




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ALABAMA 



2-13 



Table 103. SELECTED SERVICES: 1954 — STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS ■ 
Establishments, Receipts, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



■ Continued 



Standard metropolitan area 
and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total 

(Niunberl 



With 
payroll 



Receipts 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

(11.000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

(Jl.OOO) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 



Full 
workweek 



Paid employees, 
workweelc ended 
nearest Nov. IS 



Total 

(Number) 



Full 
workweek 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 



only) 
(Number) 



MOBILE STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA — Con. 



AmusemeQt. recfcatioo services (ioc (Doiioo pictures), totml. 

Motion picture theaters - - 

Motion picture production, distribution, services — 

Bilhard and pool parlors, bowlmg alleys. 

Other amusement, recreation services 



Hotels, motels, tourist courts, camps, total 

Hotels --- 

Motels, tourist courts, trailer parks, camps. 



3.168 

1.957 

ID) 

(D) 
998 

3.363 

2.129 
1.23U 



(0) 
(D) 
(0) 
874 

3.217 
2in99 
1 ll IB 



7 ■59 
3=2 

(H) 

(D) 

3r^2 

B03 
71« 
179 



12.766 

6.91*2 

(0) 

'D)l 
■1.68? 

17.240 
14.47'* 
2.761 



12.250 

6.656 

101 

(D) 

16.73S 
14.036 
2.70L 



414 

(0) 
(D) 
127 

560 
443 
1 17 



J7U 
-ilO 
10) 

(D) 
I 14 

E2S 
412 
I 13 



ID) 

(D) 

47 



MONTGOMERY STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA — Coextensive witli Montgo-nery County, Ala. 



Selected services, total . 



Personal services, total 

Barber shops -- 

Beauty shops 

Funeral service, crematories 

Photographic studios (including commercial photography). 

Shoe repair shops .- 

Pressing, alteration, garment repair {except fur) 

Cleaning, dyeing plants (except rug cleaning)' 

Power laundries, self-service laundries 

Power laundries ' 

Self-service laundries — -- 

Other personal services 



Busioess services (exc. accounting, audiung, bookkeeping), total. 

Automobile repair services, garages, total.. 

Automobile repair 

(^neral automobile repair shops.. 

Other automobile repair shops - 

Automobile parking, other services 

Automobile storage, parking — -. 

Other automobile services 



Miscellaneous repair services, total. 

Watch, clock, jewelry repair 

Upholstery, furniture repair 

Radio, television repair shops — 
Other repair services 



Amusement, recreauoo services (inc. motion pictures), total. 

Motion picture theaters ----: -. 

Motion picture production, distribution, services 

Billiard and pool parlors, bowhng alleys 

Other amusement, recreation services. 



Hotels, motels, tourist courts, camps, total 

Hotels 

Motels, tourist courts, trailer parks, camps. 



236 
53 

44 

6 

19 

21 

IB 

33 

24 

IIVA) 

INA) 

13 

56 

76 
66 
46 
20 
10 



154 
."1 



!!tandard Notts: 'ni Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
' Includes plant-owned outlets. 



15.052 

5.778 

438 

555 

375 

248 

183 

82 

1.238 

1 .6b9 

(NA) 

(NA) 

970 

1 .431 

1.943 
1 ,545 
869 
676 
398 
(3) 
10) 

1 .096 
(D) 
1U6 
211 
(D) 

2.552 

1.548 
• • • 

(D) 
(D) 

2.253 

1 .563 
670 



14.052 

5.446 

362 

465 

375 

198 

147 

(D) 

1 I23B 

1 .655 

1 .607 

48 

ID) 

1 1257 

1 .751 
(D) 
743 
(D) 
ID) 
(D) 
(D) 

893 
(0) 
(D) 
193 
621 

2.506 

1 i54H 

• • • 

(□) 

(D) 

2.197 

(D) 
(D) 



4.938 


95i96i' 


93.791 


2|38U 


45.621 


44(455 


203 


3.929 


3.91,; 


220 


4.056 


4.001 


IIB 


2.361; 


2(360 


65 


1 .303 


1 (243 


45 


803 


803 


18 


4il 


3a 1 


488 


9.700 


9(233 


871 


15.971 


15(649 


B57 


15.592 


15.360 


14 


279 


269 


3S2 


5.998 


61B7J 


475 


9.636 


9.444 


475 


9,,j14 


9.544 


357 


7,^02 


7,332 


201 


4, 356 


4,286 


156 


3,046 


3,046 


118 


2,212 


2,212 


(D) 


(d) 


(D) 


(0) 


10) 


(0) 


320 


6.495 


6(340 


(D) 


(U) 


IDj 


(D) 


(D) 


(0) 


65 


1 .343 


1 (28? 


226 


4.626 


4(62S 


633 


10.493 


10(217 


310 


S.iOS 


5.639 


• • • 


• • • 


• •• 


(D) 


(D) 


(D) 


(D) 


(d) 


(D) 


655 


14.103 


13(791 


531 


11 .341 


1 1 (5u<; 


124 


2.262 


2.249 



lOH 

42 

30 

21 

I 1 

340 

585 

57? 

13 

150 

150 

193 

149 

92 

57 

44 

(D) 

(J) 

119 
(D) 
(D) 



2aH 

169 

Id) 

(D) 

500 

420 

80 



103 


65 


42 


2 


24 


14 


21 


20 


10 


21 


Jin 


4V 


521 


18 


510 


l^'A) 


11 


(NA) 


142 


11 



(D) 
(0) 

110 
(0) 
(D) 
20 
79 

268 
150 

('d) 

(D) 

1^66 

383 

78 



2U1 
53 



73 
45 
23 

13 

(D) 
(0) 

P6 
(D 
(D) 

11 
(D) 



(D) 
(D) 



n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not appUcable. (Z) Less than $500. 



Represents zero. 



2-14 



SELECTED SERVICES -AREA STATISTICS 

Table 104. SELECTED SERVICES: 1954 — COUNTIES WITH 200 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE 
Establishments, Receipts, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



County and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total 

(Number) 



With 
payroll 

(Number) 



Receipts 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
(SI. 000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
(Sl.OOO) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(DoUan) 



PuU 
workweek 



(DoIIaib) 



Paid employees, 
workweelt ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Number) 



Full 
workweek 



CALHOUN COUNTY 
Selected services, total 

Persooal services, total 

Barber shops.. 

Beauty shops _-_ 

Funeral service, crematories 

Photographic studios (including commercial photography).. 

Shoe repair shops 

Pressing, alteration, garment repair (except fur) 

Cleaning, dyeing plants (except rug cleaning)' 

Power laundries, self-service laundries 

Power laundries ' 

Self-service laundries 

Other personal services 

Business services (exc. accounting, auditing, bookkeeping), total 

Automobile repair services, garages, total 

Automobile repair 

General automobile repair shops 

Other automobile repair shops 

Automobile parking, other services 

Automobile storage, parking. 

Other automobile services 

Miscellaoeous repair services, total 

Watch, clock, jewelry repair 

Upholstery, furniture repair 

Radio, television repair shops 

Other repair services 

Amusement, recreation services (inc. motion pictures), total 

Motion picture theaters 

Motion picture production, distribution, services 

Billiard and pool parlors, bowling alles^s 

Other amusement, recreation services 

Hotels, motels, tourist courts, camps, total 

Hotels -.- 

Motels, tourist courts, trailer parks, camps 



ETOWAH COUNTY (See Gadsden Standard 
Metropolitan Area, Table 103.) 



JEFFERSON COUNTY (See Bir.ningham Standard 
Metropolitan Area, Table 103.) 



MADISON COUNTY 

Selected services, total _ .. 

Personal services, total 

Barber shops 

Beauty shops 

Funeral service, crematories 

Photographic studios (including commercial photography) _ - 

Shoe repair shops .. 

Pressing, alteration, garment repair (except fur) 

Cleaning, dyeing plants (except rug cleaning)' 

Power laundries, self-service laundries 

Power laundries ' 

Self-service laundries 

Other personal services 

Business services (exc. accounting, auditing, bookkeeping), total 

Automobile repair services, garages, total 

Automobile repair 

General automobile repair shops -. 

Other automobile repair shops 

Automobile parking, other services 

Automobile storage, parking _ 

Other automobile services 

Miscellaneous repair services, total 

Watch, clock, jewelry repair 

Upholstery, furniture repair 

Radio, television repair shops 

Other repair services 

Amusement, recreation services (inc. motion pictures), total 

Motion picture theaters 

Motion picture production, distribution, services -__ 

BiUiard and pool parlors, bowling alleys 

Other amusement, recreation services 

Hotels, motels, tourist courts, camps, total 

Hotels 

Motels, tourist courts, trailer parks, camps 



3 

7 

3 

23 

23 

9 

(NA) 

(NA) 

6 



121 
35 



7 
(NA) 

(NA) 



13 
13 
8 

5 

• • ■ 



2t052 

352 

191 

146 

129 

29 

137 

603 

396 

(NA) 

(NA) 

65 

229 

lil93 

1.193 

939 

25tt 



361 
(D) 
(I» 
117 
202 

If 167 
873 
• • • 

79 
215 

a07 
276 
131 



10.157 

1 .520 

203 

219 

(DJ 

69 

72 

75 

260 

t|16 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(D) 

(01 

sas 

(D) 
399 
(D) 
(D) 
tD) 

• •• 

(D) 
(D) 

• • • 
53 

230 

790 
635 

• •• 

30 
125 

876 
630 
2«6 



1,701 

1 iBOU 
296 
159 

Its 

ID) 
29 
23 

603 
(Dl 
(D) 
(Dl 
(Dl 

1U3 

985 
985 
777 
208 



(D) 
(Dl 

ms 

111 35 
873 

79 
183 



367 
(01 
(D) 



9 1 587 

1 ,300 
119 
183 
(Dl 
(Dl 
5U 
21 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(D) 

(01 

(Dl 

439 
439 
(D) 
(Dl 



(D) 
(01 

(Dl 
16(4 

731 
635 

(Dl 
(D) 

866 
630 
236 



720 

130 

67 

29 

(Dl 

8 

5 

262 

185 

ID) 

(01 

(Dl 

37 

270 

270 

193 

77 

• •• 

• •• 

• ■ • 



(Dl 
(01 
HI 

2U0 
17« 
• • • 
26 

UO 



65 
(01 
(01 

15 

6 

119 

200 

200 



95 
95 
78 
17 

• • • 

• •• 

(D) 
(151 

• •• 

(01 
UO 

166 

1U2 



226 
103 
33 



28(161 

llt(662 

2|V80 

1(628 

617 

(D) 

191 

99 

5(472 

3,582 

ID) 

(0) 

(Dl 

594 

5,098 
5,098 
4(013 
I (085 

• • . 

• • f 

• •* 



101 
(Dl 
895 

4(723 

3(630 

• • • 

515 
578 

1 (496 

1 (276 

220 



90(259 

10(600 

1 (790 

1 (274 

(01 

(0) 

320 

140 

2(607 

3(595 

3(595 

• • » 

(01 

(Dl 

2,248 

2(248 

1 (656 

592 



(D) 
(01 

(Dl 
794 

2(048 

1 (569 

• .f 

133 

346 

4(369 
3(729 

640 



26(450 

14(121 

2,337 

1 (569 

61 7 

(D) 

194 

99 

5,313 

3.425 

(D) 

101 

(Dl 

548 

4,984 
4,984 
3(899 
1(085 



1,512 

. • a 

(01 
(01 
833 

4(007 

2(924 

• • . 

505 
57B 

1,278 

1(063 

215 



89,482 

10(252 

1.674 

1(227 

(01 

(01 

320 

140 

2(560 

3(555 

3(555 

(Dl 

(Dl 

2,207 

2(207 

1(615 

592 



(0) 
(Dl 



101 
769 



1(974 
1(525 



4(149 

3(575 

574 



790 

433 
54 
47 
15 

(D) 



159 

)'^ 
(D) 

(Dl 

(Dl 



(01 
(Dl 
20 

156 
132 
• • • 

13 
11 



345 
35 
35 

(Dl 
(Dl 



76 
157 
157 



(D) 

(Ql 



(01 
17 



186 

154 

32 



693 

398 

46 

43 

15 

(D)_ 

6 

4 

153 

1 19 

(D) 

(Dl 

(01 



(01 

(01 

16 

1 13 
90 

12 
11 



330 
32 

30 
(Dl 
(Dl 



73 
156 
156 



(0) 
41 



(D) 
(01 



(01 
15 



168 

142 

26 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. 
' Includes plant-owned outlets. 



(NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applitable. (Z) Less than $500. 



Represents zero. 



ALABAMA 



2-15 



Table 104. SELECTED SERVICES: 1954 — COUNTIES WITH 200 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE 
Establishments, Receipts, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



■ Continued 



County and kind of business 



MOBILE COUNTY (Sec Mobile Standard 
Metropolitan Area, Table 103. } 



MONTGOMERY COUNTY (See Montgomery 
Staitdard Metropolitan Area, Table 103. ) 



TUSCALOOSA COUNTY 
Seleaed services, total 



Personal services, total 

Barber shops 

Beauty shops - — 

Funeral service, crematories 

Photographic studios (including conrtmercial photography) . 

Shoe repair shops 

Pressing, alteration, garment repair (except fur). -- 

Cleaning, dyeing plants (except rug cleaning)' 

Power laimdries. self-service laundnes 

Power latindries ' 

Self -service laundries. . _ 

Other personal services -- - 



Business services (exc accounting, auditing, bookkeeping), total. 

Automobile repair services, garages, total 

Automobile repair 

General automobile repair shops 

Other automobile repair shops 

Automobile parking, other services 

Automobile storage, parking 

Other automobile services 



Miscellaneous repair services, total. 

Watch, clock, jewelry repair 

Upholstery, furniture repair 

Radio, television repair shops — 
Other repair services 



Amusement, recreauon services (inc. motion pictures), total. 

Motion picture theaters. 

Motion picture production, distribution, services — 

Billiard and pool parlors, bowUng alleys — 

(Xber amusement, recreation services — 



Hotels, motels, tourist courts, camps, total 

Hotels 

Motels, tourist courts, trailer parks, camps. 



Establishnoents 



Total 

(Number) 



\U0 
36 
32 

6 

10 
9 
7 

23 

1U 

(NAI 

INAI 

3 



With 
payroU 

(Number! 



Receipts 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
(H.ooo) 



5.326 

2.217 

352 

17it 

(D) 

83 

81 

22 

652 

620 

(NA) 

(NAI 

(D) 

U71 

581 
IDl 
301 
(D) 
1D» 



t» t 

23 
123 

313 

986 
728 
#•• 

100 
160 

610 
(01 
(D) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



1.838 

2.051 
306 
138 
(Dl 
67 
(01 
18 
652 
602 
(d) 
(D) 
(D) 

379 

515 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(01 



(D) 
(01 
267 

936 
728 
• • • 
(01 
(D) 



(D) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

(ti,ooo) 



917 

137 

53 

(01 

17 

IDl 

5 

2se 

3U9 

(D) 

(D) 

19 



lue 

(D) 
65 

(D) 
(D> 



• •• 

(01 
(01 
56 

227 
152 

• •• 
17 
SB 

130 
(0) 
'Dl 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(DoUan) 



30.393 

17.163 

2.931 

1 .022 

(01 

270 

(□I 

79 

5.602 

6.123 

(D) 

(D) 

32U 

2.511 

2.302 
(D) 

1 .212 
(D) 
(01 

(01 

1 .628 
. • • 

101 

(01 

1 .012 

1.132 
2.916 

4 ■ • 

357 
859 

2.631 

101 
(D) 



Full 
workweek 



29)211 

16.730 

2.811 

1.011 

(01 

259 

10) 

79 

5.511 

5.955 

(D) 

(D) 

211 

2.336 

2.293 

(D) 

1 .212 

(D) 

IDl 

• • • 
(0) 

ll597 

• • • 
IDl 
(0) 

ll039 

3.696 
2.525 

350 

821 

2.559 
IDl 
(D) 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Numberl 



981 

596 

58 

37 

101 

9 

IDl 

3 

201 

216 

(D) 

(D) 

11 

52 

51 
(D) 

27 
(D) 
IDl 
• • « 
IDl 



(D) 
IDl 
20 

139 
99 

15 
25 

107 

ml 

(D) 



FuU 
workweek 

(Numberl 



883 

552 
52 
36 
IDl 

8 
IDl 

3 
193 
227 
(D) 
(D) 

9 

13 

51 
(D) 

27 
(D) 
ID) 

• • • 
IDl 

31 

101 

(Dl 

19 

101 
69 

• • • 
11 
21 



(D) 



Proprie- 
tors (im- 
incorpo- 
rateid 
busi- 



only) 

(Numberl 



132 

31 

31 

(0) 

10 

ID) 

7 

25 

9 

INA) 

INAI 



31 
(D) 

23 
(D) 
ID) 
• • • 
ID) 

36 

(Dl 
IDl 



20 
2 



22 

ml 
(D) 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. 
' Includes plant-owned outlets. 



(NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $500. ... Represents zero. 



2-16 



SELECTED SERVICES -AREA STATISTICS 

Table 105. SELECTED SERVICES: 1954 — CITIES WITH 200 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE 
Establishments, Receipts, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



City and kind of business 



Total - 

Barber, beauty shops 

Barber shops 

Beauty shops 

Barber and beauty shops combined - -. 

Funeral service, crematories - 

Photographic studios (including commercial photography) 

Shoe repair shops, shoeshine parlors, hat cleaning shops 

Shoe repair shops 

Shoeshine parlors... 

Hat cleaning shops.. . 

Cleaning, pressing, dyeing, garment repair,. 

Pressing, alteration, garment repair (except fur) 

Cleaning, pressing shops, and independent plant outlets.. 

Garment repair, alteration (except fur) 

Fur repair, storage ,-.. 

Cleaning, dyeing plantfi 

Cleaning, dyemg plants (except rug cleaning) ' 

Rug cleaning, repairing plants 

Laundries, laundry services 

Power laundries, self-service laundriea -. 

Power laundries ' 

8elf.<€rvice laundries 

Industrial laundries ._ 

linen supply 

Diaper service 

Laundries (except power) _ 

Miscellaneous personal services.- - 

Costume, dress suit rental 

Turkish bath, massage parlors 

Rug, furniture cleaning on location 

Coin-operated service machine establishments — 

Miscellaneous personal services, n.e.c — 



ANNISTON 



Selected services, total 

Personal services, total 

Barber shops 

Beauty shops. 

Funei^ service, crematories 

Photographic studios (including conunercial photography).. 

Shoe repair shops. 

Pressing, alteration, garment repair (except fur) 

Cleaning, dyeing plants (except rug cleaning)' 

Power laundries, self-service laundries 

Power laundries ' 

Self-service laundries 

Other personal services... 

Bnsioess services (cxc accouotJQg, andjtiag, bookkeeping), total 

Automobile repair services, garages, total 

Automobile repair 

General automobile repair shops 

Other automobile repair shops 

Automobile parking, other services 

Automobile storage, parking 

Other automobile services 

Miscellaoeous repair services, total 

Watch, clock, jewelry repair 

Upholstery, furniture repair 

Radio, television repair shops 

Other repair services 

Amusement, recreadoo services (ioc motiOD pictures), total 

Motion picture theaters 

Motion picture production, distribution, services 

Billiard and pool parlors, bowling alleys 

Other amusement, recreation services 

Hotels, motels, tourist courts, camps, total 

Hotels -- 

Motels, tourist cotuts, trailer parks, camps 



BIRMINGHAM 



Selected services, total 

Personal Services 



Business Services (ezc Accouotiag, Autiiting, Bookkeeping) 

Total 

Advertising 

Advertising agencies 

Outdoor advertising services 

Miscellaneous advertising-., 

Standard Notts: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) 
' Includes plant-owned outlets. 



Establishments 



Total 

(Nuu^ber) 



207 

107 

25 

25 

2 

6 

2 

21 

It 

6 

(NAI 

(NA) 



761 

312 

190 

117 

5 

19 

13 

90 

81 

3 

6 

220 

lot 

73 

31 

1 

115 

no 

5 

59 

U6 

lN/»> 

INAI 

3 

3 

2 

5 



With 
payroll 



m9 

162 

68 

69 

5 

17 

23 

42 

J7 

3 

2 

126 

26 

19 

7 

1 

99 

96 

3 

U5 

32 

17 

5 

3 

3 

2 

5 



• •fl 
1 
1 



Receipts 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



lltU06 

1 .587 
201 
1«6 
(01 
(D) 
ID) 
(D) 
«61 
(D) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(D) 

229 

1 i032 

1.032 

80M 

226 

• • » 
■ • • 

• • • 

330 
(D) 
(D) 
113 
179 

889 
644 

• « • 

(d) 

(D) 

339 

(D) 
(D) 



16.577 

2.725 

1.402 

1 .231 

92 

1.160 

736 

807 

722 

(D) 

(D) 

5.054 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

10) 

4.595 

4.277 

318 

5.967 

3.219 

(NA) 

(NA) 

ID) 

(01 

(0) 

(D) 

128 

f •• 

36 

ID) 

(Dl 

45 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
(tl.OOO) 



3.900 

1.381 
134 
118 
ID) 
ID) 
ID) 
23 
461 
(D) 
302 
IDl 



(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

D) 



(D) 

ID) 
(D) 

(d) 
(d) 

644 

(") 
ID) 

(D) 

(d) 

(D) 



15.261 

2.271 

1.038 

1.141 

92 

(Dl 

596 

539 

564 

(d) 

(D) 
4.660 

(d) 

140 

(d) 

(D) 
4.475 

(d) 

(D) 
5.873 
3.125 

(d) 

(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(0) 
(D) 
(d) 

(Dl 

(Dl 
ID) 



188 96 10.069 9.551 2.836 54.470 51.512 

27 17 (d) 3.406 482 8.819 6.079 

19 13 2.704 2l624 261 4.463 4.463 

2 (D) ID) (Dl (01 (01 

_. 2 (d) (Dl (Dl (01 (Dl 

Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. ( Z ) Less than $.5(X). 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



567 

04 
49 
(D) 
M 
(0) 
5 
204 
(0) 
151 
10) 



(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

(d) 



(D) 
• • • 
(D) 

(ni 

(D) 



184 
131 
• ■• 
ful 
(D) 

73 

(D) 
(0) 



6.562 

1|137 
566 
540 
29 
393 
156 
183 
158 
(0) 
(01 

1.974 

(d) 

39 

(D) 

(01 

1.915 

(D) 

(D) 

2.705 

1.591 

(D) 

(D) 

(Dl 

(0) 

(S) 

(D) 

14 



(D) 
(Dl 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
IDoUars) 



23.067 

1 1 .214 

1 .737 

1 .053 

(01 

(D) 

(Dl 

99 

4,051 

(D) 

2.975 

(01 



(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 



(D) 
• • • 

(Dl 
(01 
(d) 



3.368 

2.375 

(d) 

1 .406 

(d) 

IDl 



128.655 

23.257 

11.315 

11 .359 

5 93 

8.85S 

2.902 

3.729 

3.189 

(D) 

IDl 

39.299 

(D) 

592 

(D) 

(01 

38.308 

(D) 

(Dl 

50.343 

30,312 

(D) 

(D) 

101 

IDl 

10) 

(d) 

247 

ID) 

101 
(Dl 



Full 
workweek 



22.125 

11 ,049 

1,574 

1,043 

(Dl 

(D) 

(Dl 

99 

3,999 

(D) 

2,958 

(01 



(D) 
(D) 

(d) 

(D) 



(Dl 

• • • 

IDl 
IDl 
(D) 

3,010 
2,027 

• • • 

(D) 
(D) 

1,193 

to) 

(0) 



124,626 

22,512 

10,957 

11,102 

543 

6,702 

2.845 

3,496 

2.958 

(D) 

(Dl 

37.586 

(D) 

566 

(d) 

(0) 

351638 

(D) 

(01 

49,153 

29.508 

(d) 
Id) 

IDl 
IDl 
IDl 
CD) 
232 

IDl 

IDl 
(01 



Paid employees, Proprie- 
workweek ended tors (un- 
nearest Nov. 15 incorpo- 
rated 



Total 
(Number) 



530 

329 
39 

31 
(Dl 
(D) 
(01 
4 
1 17 
(D) 
105 
IDl 



15 

(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 



(D) 
• • • 

101 
ID) 
(D) 

109 
88 

(D) 
(D) 

62 

(D) 
IDl 



3.624 
525 
232 
275 
19 
154 
72 
145 
119 

(d) 

IDl 
1.210 

(D) 
30 

(D) 

IDl 
1.166 

(d) 

IDl 
1.495 
1.050 

(D) 

(d) 

(Dl 
(Dl 
IDl 
(D) 
10 
• • • 
IDl 

IDl 
(Dl 



970 
162 
51 
(01 
(III 



FuU 
workweek 



577 

320 
35 

30 
(Dl 
(D) 
(0) 
4 
115 
(D) 
104 
(0) 



(D) 
tD) 
(D) 
(D) 



(D) 

(Dl 
ID) 
(D) 

82 
52 

(d' 

(D) 

55 

(0) 
IDl 



3,411 

489 

214 

257 

18 

157 

70 

121 

94 

(D) 

(01 

1,119 

(d) 

27 

(d) 

(01 
1.079 

(d) 

(Dl 
1 .446 
1.020 
(D) 
(D) 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(01 
(D) 



(01 
(Dl 



815 
103 



(01 
(Dl 



Represents zero. 



ALABAMA 

Table 105. SELECTED SERVICES: 1954 — CITIES WITH 200 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE • 
Establishments, Receipts, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



2-17 



■ Continued 



City and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total 

(Number) 



With 
payroll 



Receipts 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Dolian) 



Full 
workweek 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Number) 



Full 
workweek 

(Number) 



Proprie- 
tore (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
buai- 
neesee 
only) 
(Number) 



BIRMINGHAM— Con. 



Busineu Services (exc. Accountiag, Audidng, Bookkeeping) — Coo. 

Consumer, mercantile credit; adjustment, collection agencien 

Pri\'ate empio>*ment agencies 

News 3>'tidicates _ - 

Duplicating, addressing, mailing, stenographic services.. 

Blueprinting, photocop>'iiig services _ 

Services to dwellings, other buildings 

Disinfecting, exterminating services 

Window cleaning- ..- _-_ - -.. 

Misci^laneous services to dwellings, other buildings 

Business ser\'ices, n.e.c — - 

Auctioneers' establishments (service only) 

Coin-operated machine rental, repair services 

Detective agencies 

Interior decorating service 

Photo finishing laboratories 

Sign painting shops 

Telephone answering service 

Window display service 

Other business services, n.e.c 



Antomobile Repair Serrices, Garages 



Tood 

Automobile repair 

General automobile repair shops 

Battery, ignition repair and service 

Glass replacement, repair 

Paint shops.-- 

Radiator repair shops .., 

Tire repair shops-. 

Top and body repair... 

Automobile repair, n.e.c.- 

Brake repair shops 

\Mieel, aide, spring repair shops 

Other automobile repair shops, n.e.c 

Automobile storage, parking 

Parking structures, storage garages 

Parking Iota -.. 

Automobile, truck rentals (without driven). 

Automobile services (except repair) 

Automobile laundries- 

Automobile services, n.e.c 



Miscellaneoas Repair Services 



Total 

Watch, clock, jewelry repair 

Upholstery, furniture repair 

Electrical repair shops 

Radio, television repair shops 

Refrigerator service, repair shops. 

Other electrical repair shops, n.e.c 

Blacksmith shops 

Miscellaneous repair shops-. 

Armature reminding, dectric motor repair and rebuilding 

Bicycle repair shops 

Leather goods repair shops 

Locksmith, gunsmith shops 

Musical instrument repair 

Repair shops, n.e.c 

Lawnmower, saw, knife, tool sharpening and repair shops.. 

Typewriter repair shops 

Welding repair shops 

Other repair shops, n.e.c 



Amusemeot, RecreadoD Services (inc. Motioa Ptcnues) 

Total 

Motion picture theaters 

Motion picture theaters I'except drive-in) 

Drive-in motion picture theaters 

Motion picture production, distribution, services 

Motion picture production 

Motion picture production other than for television 

Motion picture production for television 

Motion picture distribution 

Motion picture film exchanges other than for television 

Motion picture film exchanges for television 

Ser\ices aUied to motion picture distribution 

Services allied to motion picture production 

Billiard and pool parlors, bowling alleys 

Billiard . pool parlors 

Bowling alleys 

Race track operation (including racing stables) 

Automobile 



Dog- 



Horse (including racing stables) 

Sports promoters, commercial operators 

Baseball, football, athletic fields, sporta promoters 

Baseball clubs 

Football clubs... 

Other sports clubs, promoters 

Bathing beaches 

Golf courses 

Riding academies 

Skating rinks _ 

Standard Notes: ( D ) Withheld to avoid disclosure. 



e 


6 


2 


2 


16 


12 


13 


9 


2 


2 


1 16 


•it 


2 


• •• 


2 


• •■ 


2 


2 


6 


• •• 


5 


S 


20 
1 


8 
1 


1 
77 


t 
29 


192 


126 


1«7 


95 


97 


61 


4 


4 


3 


1 


2 


2 


U 


2 


1 1 


7 



219 
28 



(NA) Not available. 



1 
n.e.c. 



(D) 
(D) 
• • • 
1*39 
(D) 
628 

(d) 

(01 
(Dl 

3.795 
101 
(01 
10) 
3U 
393 
2UU 
(01 
(01 

3.000 



61UOII 

31546 

1 1 676 

(D) 

62 

(01 

(01 

ua6 

706 

(d) 

n^ 

697 
28U 
U13 
(D) 

(d) 

(01 



5.106 
249 
251 

1,475 
9ai 
(D) 
(D) 

• . • 
3.131 
1.275 

(01 
... 
CD) 
(D) 
1.672 
54 

• . • 
257 

1.361 



5.608 
2.755 
(D) 
(01 
231 
f. t 
... 
... 



(01 
(Dl 
293 
192 
101 
(01 
(Dl 
... 
(Dl 
403 
(Dl 
(Dl 



(D) 
126 

(01 
(01 

(d) 
(d) 

(01 
(Dl 
(D) 



(01 

393 

208 
(01 
(01 
(D) 



5 1 960 

3.150 
1 .484 

(d) 

(01 
(01 
(01 
(D) 
(D) 
(Dl 



(01 
661 
(01 
(D) 
(01 
(01 
(01 
(01 



4,338 

(d5 

(D) 
1 .239 
825 
240 
174 

2.741 

1,275 

(Dl 

(01 

(01 

ll372 

(01 

(d) 
1 .109 



5.304 

2.755 

(D) 

(01 

(01 



(01 

255 

154 
101 
(Dl 
(01 

(01 
(01 
(01 
(01 



(D) 

37 

• t . 

161 
(01 

(d) 

(C) 
(01 
(01 
(d) 



• t • 
106 
83 
(01 
(01 

(o) 



1,563 
882 
425 
(d) 
(01 
(01 
(01 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

•t* 

206 
83 
123 
(D) 
(D) 
(01 
(01 



1,295 
(d) 
(D) 
333 

246 
57 
30 
.a. 
854 
348 
(01 

• t * 
(01 
(01 
4S4 
(01 

• • • 

(d) 

395 



1 (282 
547 
(D) 
(01 
(01 

• ■• 

• t« 
. ■• 
(01 

• ■• 



58 
30 
28 
(Dl 
(01 
• t. 
(01 
(01 
(Dl 
(01 



(d) 

599 
... 

3.008 
(01 

(d) 

(D) 
(01 
(Dl 
(d) 



(Dl 

1 .884 

1.669 

(Dl 

(01 

(D) 



31 .131 
18.675 
8.656 
(D) 
(Dl 
(01 
(Dl 
tD) 
(D) 
(D) 



(D) 

3.419 

1 l310 

2.109 

(D) 

(D) 

(01 

(Dl 



24.572 

(D) 

(D) 

6.343 

4.551 

1.151 

641 

16.006 
6.520 
(Dl 
• •« 
(01 
(01 
8.994 
(01 



(D) 
.331 



21 .666 

10.236 

(D) 

(01 

101 



(01 

• • • 
. • a 
(01 
" • . 

1 .249 
605 
644 
(01 
(01 

• •• 
(0) 
(01 
(01 
(01 



(Dl (01 (01 

Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. 



(01 

(Z) 



(d) 

571 
■ t • 

2,970 
(01 
(D) 
(D) 
(01 
(01 
(D) 



(01 

I16I7 

1.361 

(01 

(01 

(D) 



30,215 
16.067 
8,442 
(D) 
(01 
(Dl 
(01 

(d) 
(d) 

(D) 



(D) 

3.316 

1.207 

2.109 

(D) 

(D) 

(Dl 

(01 



23.279 

(D) 

(D) 

6.099 

4.369 

ll089 

64 1 

15.221 

6.354 

(01 

(Dl 

(Dl 

8.394 

(01 

(d' 

6.763 



19.663 

9.411 

(d) 
(01 
(01 



(01 

1I160 

568 
592 
(01 
(Dl 
• • a 
(01 
(Dl 
(01 
(01 



(01 

ithaa$SO0. 



(D) 

13 

*** 

47 
(01 

(d) 

(D) 
(01 
(01 
(Dl 
aaa 

(01 
aaa 
46 
36 
(01 
(01 

(d) 



591 
322 

165 
(D) 
(01 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

•** 

(S) 
88 
37 
51 

(d) 

(D) 
(01 
(01 



D) 

108 

75 

22 

n 

250 

93 

(01 

aaa 

(Dl 
(Dl 
147 
(01 
'.** 

(d) 
121 



612 
295 

(D) 
(01 
(01 
aaa 

aaa 
aaa 



66 

24 
42 
(01 
(01 

(01 
(01 
(Dl 
(Dl 



(d) 
12 
aaa 
43 
(01 
(D) 
(D) 
(01 
(01 

(d) 

• •a 

aaa 



36 

30 
(01 
(01 

(D) 



541 
295 
151 

(D) 
(01 
(01 
(01 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 



W 
80 
29 
51 
(D) 
(D) 
(01 
(01 



357 

(D) 

(D) 

97 

65 

21 

11 

aaa 

225 

87 

(Dl 

*•* 

(01 

(01 

129 

(01 

aaa 

(D) 

104 



487 
236 

(d) 

(01 
(Dl 



(01 



58 
22 
36 

(01 
(01 

(01 
(01 
(01 
(01 



(d) 
14 

»•* 
12 

(0) 

(d) 

(D) 
(Dl 
(01 
(D) 
D) 

(d) 

(01 

6 

3 

22 

(01 
(01 
(D) 



182 

154 
100 

(d) 

(01 
(01 
(01 

(d) 

(D) 

(d) 

••I 
•• • 

(D) 

15 

2 

13 

(D) 

(D) 

(01 

(01 



238 
(D) 

(d) 

78 

54 
(D) 
(D) 

108 
9 

(Dl 

»•» 
(01 
(01 

87 
(01 
• •* 
(D) 

64 



101 
3 
(D) 
(01 
(01 



(01 
• •• 

aaa 
(D) 
(D) 
24 
20 
4 
(01 
(01 

(01 
(01 
(01 
(01 



(Dl (Dl 

. . . Represents zero. 



2-18 



SELECTED SERVICES -AREA STATISTICS 



Table 105. SELECTED SERVICES: 1954 — CITIES WITH 200 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE — Continued 
Establishments, Receipts, PaytoU, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



City and kind of business 



Selected services, total . 



Persotizl services, total — - 

Barber shops _- 

Beauty shops - 

Funeral service, crematories 

I*hotographic studios (including commercial photography). 

Shoe repair shops . 

Pressing, alteration, garment repair (except fur) 

Cleaning, dyeing plants (except rug cleaning)' 

Power laundries, self-service laundries 

Power laimdries' - 

Self-service laimdries 

Otherpersonal services.. 



BIRMINGHAM— Con. 

Amusement, recreation services, (inc. motion pictures) — Con. 
Sports promoters, commercial operators Con. 

Swimming pools — 

Commercial sports operators, n.e.c 

Boat, canoe rentals 

Other commercial sports operators, n.e.c 

Theatrical presentations and services 

Bimds, orchestras, entertainers _ 

Dance halls, studios, schools (exc. children's, professional) 

Membership golf, country clubs 

Amusement, recreation services, n.e.c. 

Amusement parits, devices, shooting galleries 

Carnivals, circuses - - -- -- 

Coin-operated amusement device establishments... 

Other amusement, recreation services, n.e.c 

Hotels, Motels, Tourist Couns, Camps 

Total 

Hotels --- - 

Year-round 

25 or more guest rooms 

Less than 25 guestrooms 

Seasonal- -- 

Motels, tourist courts, camps 

Motels, tourist courts, trailer parks 

Motels, tourist courts 

Trailer parks 

Sporting, recreational camps -- 



GADSDEN 
Selected services, total 

Personal services, total 

Barber shops 

Beauty shops 

Fimeral service, crematories 

Photographic studios (including commercial photography).. 

Shoe repair shops.. 

Pressing, alteration, garment repair (except fur) _. 

Cleaning, dyeing plants (except rug cleaning)' 

Power laundries, self-service laundries 

Power laimdries ' 

Self-service laimdries.- 

other personal services 

Business services (exc. accounting, auditing, bookkeeping), total 

Automobile repair services, garages, total 

Automobile repair - — 

General automobile repair shops 

Other automobile repair shops.-- 

Automobile parking, other settees — 

Automobile storage, paridng 

Other automobile services 

Miscellaneous repair services, total 

Watch, clock, jewelry repair — 

Upholstery, furniture repair 

Radio, television repair shops - 

Other repair services - - — -- 

Amusement, recreation services (inc. motion pictures), total — 

Motion picture theaters - ...... 

Motion picture production, distribution, services 

BiUiard and pool parlors, bowling alleys 

Other amusement, recreation services — 

Hotels, motels, tourist courts, camps, total -. — 

Hotels 

Motels, tourist courts, trailer parks, camps 



HUNTSVILLE 



Establishments 



Total 



55 

30 
INAI 
(NAI 

(NS) 
25 
25 
23 



17 

19 

12 

(N4I 

(NM 

1 

22 



105 
28 



9 
12 
1 1 

7 



With 
payroU 



Re(»ipts 



Total, all 

establish- 
ments 

(SI.OOO) 



(d) 

128 
(01 
(Dl 
1|086 
101 
(Dl 
776 
(D) 



5il93 
4f 560 
(N4I 
(NA) 
INA) 
(NAI 
633 
633 
(D) 
CD) 



ItOO* 

1 .726 

258 

119 

261 

(01 

5U 

fD) 

U12 

479 

I NAI 

(NA) 

(Dl 

315 

291 
(D) 
145 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
101 

526 
• •• 

51 
149 
326 

719 

(d) 

57 

(D) 

39 4 
(Dl 
(0) 



(D) 

li452 

IBU 

197 

(D) 

69 

72 

(D) 

(D) 

416 

(Nf^l 

(NA) 

(P) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,0001 



(D) 
1 12 
(D) 
(D) 
964 
(D) 
(01 
(D) 
(D) 



5il23 
(D) 

(D) 
(D) 

(d) 



(D) 

(d) 
(d) 
(d) 



1 .514 

218 

87 

(01 

(D) 

42 

37 

412 

(0) 

448 

(d) 

(Dl 

(d) 

218 
(D) 
117 
(Dl 

(D) 

(01 

(d) 

(01 
(01 

(d) 

693 

(D) 

57 

(D) 

(Dl 
(Dl 
(D) 



(D) 

1.252 
(D) 
(D) 
(01 
(Dl 
54 
(01 
101 
(01 
(D) 



PayroU, 
entire 
year 



• ■• 

(D) 
73 

(D) 
(0) 
126 
ID) 
(D) 

(d) 

(D) 



1|515 
1|37B 
ll378 
(D) 
(D) 
• ■• 
137 
137 
(D) 
(D) 



619 

107 

40 

(Dl 

(0) 

12 

13 

162 

(d) 

214 
ID) 
(D) 

65 



(d) 

34 
(D) 
(Dl 



(D) 



(d) 



181 
(D) 



(D) 



(d) 

(Dl 



(d) 

507 
(D) 

(d) 

(Dl 
(Dl 
15 
(15) 
(d) 
200 
200 
• t • 
(D) 



PayroU, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(DoUarB) 



(D) 
1 .373 
(0) 
(0) 
2.196 
101 
(0) 
(D) 

(d) 



28.776 
25.952 
25.952 

(d) 

(D) 
. • • 

2.824 

2.824 

(D) 

(d) 



22.814 

12.410 
1 .875 
881 
(0) 
(01 
237 
213 
3.705 

(d) 

4.1 15 

(d) 

(01 

1 .262 

1 .075 
(D) 
701 
(01 
(D) 

• • • 
(0) 

(n) 
■ • • 

(0) 
646 

(d) 

3.256 
(D) 

• • • 

269 

(D) 

(P) 
(01 
57 



(D) 
10.1 10 

(d) 

(D) 
(01 
(01 
320 
(D) 
(D) 
3.595 
3.595 

(0) 



Full 
workweek 



(D) 
949 
(0) 
(0) 
2.149 
(D) 
(01 
(D) 
(D) 



23(070 

201513 

20.513 

(D) 

(D) 

2.457 

2.457 

(D) 

(Dl 



21 .558 

12.075 

1 .801 

857 

(01 

(Dl 

230 

213 

3.507 

(D) 

4.095 

(D) 

(01 

1.210 

977 
(D) 
503 
(Dl 
(01 

(01 

(d) 

(01 
481 
(D) 

3.172 

(d) 

259 
(D) 

(d) 
(0) 



(d) 

9.804 
(D) 

(d) 

(0) 
(01 
320 
(D) 
(D) 
3.555 
3.555 

(Dl 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Number) 



(d) 
55 
(Dl 
(01 
41 
(D) 
ID) 

(d) 

(D) 



1.291 
1.189 
1.1 U9 
(D) 
(D) 
• •• 
102 
102 
(B) 
(D) 



3 89 

41 

31 

(0) 

(Dl 

8 

8 

'07 

(D) 

I 66 

(D) 

(01 



18 
(D) 

12 
(D) 
(Dl 

(01 

(D) 

(01 

14 

(D) 

1 01 
(D) 



(D) 

(d) 

(Dl 
2 



(D) 
331 

(d) 

(D) 
(01 
(01 
9 
(01 

(d) 

157 
157 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. 
' Includes plant-owned outlets. 



XXX Not appUcablc. ( Z ) Ixss than $500. 



FuU 
workweek 



(D) 

34 
(0) 
(0) 

39 
(0) 
(Dl 
(D) 
'D) 



1 .149 

1 .073 

1.073 

(D) 

(d) 

75 

76 

(D) 

(D) 



372 

38 

28 

(01 

(Dl 

7 

8 

97 

(D) 

165 



15 

(d) 

9 
(Dl 
(0) 

• •• 

10) 

(D) 

(0) 

10 

(D) 

87 
(D) 

• • • 
10 

(D) 

(n) 

(Dl 



(D) 

319 
(D) 
(D) 
(0) 
(0) 
9 
(0) 
(D) 
155 
155 

(0) 



Represents zero. 



ALABAMA 

Table 105. SELECTED SERVICES: 1954 — CITIES WITH 200 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE — Continued 
* Establishments, Receipts, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



2-19 



City and kind of business 



HUNTS VILLE- -Con. 



Biuioess senrices (exc. accouotiog, auditing, bookkeepiog) , toul 

Automobile repair serrices, garages, total 

Automobile repair 

General automobile repair shops. 

Other automobile repair shops. 

Automobile parking, other ser\ices 

Automobile storage, parking 

Other automobile services _ 

MiscelUoeous repair services, total 

Watch, clock, jewelry repair. .._ 

l'pholster>', furniture repair 

Radio, television repair shops 

Other repair ser\*ices. 

Amusemeot. recreatioD services (inc. motioo picmres), total 

Motion picture theaters 

Motion picture production, distribution, services 

Billiard and pool parlors, bowling alleys 

Other amusement, recreation services 

Hotels, motels, tourist courts, camps, toial 

Hotels 

Motels, tourist courts, trailer parks, camps 



Selected services, total 

Persooal services, total 

Barber shops 

Beauty shops 

Funeral service, crematories 

Photographic studios (including commercial photography).. 

Shoe repair shops .-- 

Pressing, alteration, garment repair (except fur) 

Cleaning, dyeing plants (except rug cleaning)' 

Power laundries, self-service laundnes 

Power laundries ' 

Self-service laundries „ 

Other personal seniices 

Busioess services (exc accounuag, auditing, bookkeepiog). loial 

Automobile repair services, garages, total 

Automobile repair 

General automobile repair shops 

Other automobile repair shops 

Automobile parking, other services 

Automobile storage, parking 

Other automobile services 

Miscellaoeous repair services, total 

Watch, clock, jewelry repair 

l'phoIster>', furniture repair 

Radio, television repair shops 

Other repair services 

Amusemeot, recreatioo services (ioc motion pictures), total 

Motion pictxire theaters 

Motion picture production, distribution, services 

Billiard and pool parlors, bowling alleys 

Other amusement, recreation services 

Hotels, motels, tourist courts, camps, total 

Hotels _ 

Motels, tourist courts, trailer parks, camps ,. 



MONTGOMERY 



Selected servites, total 

Persona] services, toul 

Barber shops. 

Beauty shops 

Funeral senice, crematories 

Photographic studios lincluding commercial photography) 

Shoe repair shops 

Pressing, alteration, garment repair (except fur).. ... - . _ 

Cleaning, dyeing plants (except rug cleaning) ' 

Power laundries, self-service laundries 

Power laundries '. 

Self-service laundries... 

Other personal ser^'ices 



Establishments 



Total 

(Number) 



/ 



(NAI 

(NAl 

26 



26 

7 

127 

1 1 

8 

32 

76 



221 

U3 

«2 

6 

19 

20 

18 

38 

22 

(Ni) 

(Na) 

13 



With 
payroll 



190 
37 

H7 

7 

10 

12 

9 

39 

15 

1« 

1 



149 
29 
22 

6 

9 
10 

6 
36 
18 
13 

5 
11 



Receipts 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



U87 

(d) 
311 
(D) 
(0) 
IDI 



2U2 

(D) 

• • • 

53 

(D) 

686 

(d) 

« • • 

30 
(D) 

791 
630 
161 



6,663 
617 
527 
521 
259 
173 
155 

1 .752 

1 ■U26 
(Nil 
INA) 

1 .233 

4.636 

2.867 

1.827 

786 

ll041 

l.OUO 

(Dl 

(D) 

2,799 

85 

238 

397 

2.079 

2.051 

1.306 

(D) 

(D) 
568 

3.111 
(D) 
(D) 



14.358 

5i656 

368 

(D) 

375 

248 

(D) 

82 

1.238 

(D) 

(MAI 

(NA) 

970 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroU 

($1,000) 



(D) 

(r) 

(D) 

(□I 



(D) 
(D) 

(0) 
(D) 

630 
(D) 

(D) 
(0) 

761 
630 
151 



20,315 

6,097 
469 
381 
521 
205 

(d) 

(D) 
1 .752 
(D) 
(D) 
(01 
(D) 

(D) 

2.573 
1 .547 
612 
935 
1.026 
(D) 
(D) 

2.319 

55 

(D) 

(D) 

1 |745 

(D) 
(01 
(D) 
(0) 

468 

2.965 
(D) 
(D) 



13.406 

5,368 
(D) 

(d) 

375 
198 

(D) 

(D) 

1.23B 

1 .655 

1 .607 

48 

(0) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

17 



(d) 

(0) 

♦ •• 

(01 
(D) 

141 
(D) 

• . • 

7 
(01 

215 

193 

22 



194 

174 

168 

52 

(d) 

(D) 
917 
(D) 
(D) 
(Dl 
(D) 

(D) 

728 
449 
157 
292 
279 
(D) 
(D) 

792 
15 
(D) 
(D) 
622 

(d) 

259 
(01 

(d) 

203 

851 
(D) 
(D) 



4.762 
2.327 

(d) 

(D) 
1 18 

65 
(D) 

18 
488 
871 
857 

14 
352 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Dollars) 



ID) 
ID) 

(d) 

(D) 
592 

• • t 

• • • 



(D) 
(01 

• • • 

((3) 

(d) 

1 .545 
(d) 

• • • 
133 
(0) 

4.223 
3.729 

494 



133.507 

52.436 
3.901 
3.531 
3.522 
1 .319 
(D) 

(d) 

17,753 
(D) 

(d) 

(□) 
(D) 

(D) 

13.101 
7.565 
2.836 
4.727 
5.536 
(0) 
(D) 

14.057 

415 
(D) 

(d) 

10.721 

(D) 

4.599 

(0) 

(d) 

2.065 
16.532 

(d) 

(D) 



92.994 

44.528 

(0) 

(D) 

2.360 

1 .303 

(D) 

421 

9,760 

15.971 

15.692 

279 

6.998 



Full 
workweek 



(0) 

(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
592 

■ t • 
• • • 



(D) 
(0) 
• • • 

(0) 
(D) 

1)501 

(D) 

133 
(0) 

4.063 

3.575 

488 



128.466 

51,414 

3.787 

3,312 

3.515 

1 ,160 

(D) 

(D) 

17.561 

(d) 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

12.846 
7.372 
2.680 
4.692 
5.474 
(Dl 

(d1 

12.044 
415 
(D) 

(d) 

9.038 

(D) 

4.601 

(0) 

(D) 

1 ,900 

16.065 

(D) 
(D) 



90.823 
43,362 

(d) 
(d) 

2,360 

ll243 

(D) 

381 

9.233 

15.649 

15.380 

269 

6,873 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Number) 



(D) 
(D) 

• • • 
(0) 
(D) 

60 
(D) 

• • • 

6 
(0) 

176 

154 

22 



3.346 

T.544 

83 

107 

59 

31 

(D) 

to) 

540 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
CD) 

(D) 

244 
135 
51 
84 
109 
(01 
(D) 

249 
7 
(D) 
(D) 
178 

(D) 
154 

lot 
(d) 

67 

529 

(D) 
(D) 



2.564 

1 .356 
(D) 
(D) 

42 

30 
(D) 

11 
340 
5b5 
572 

13 
150 



FuU 
workweek 



(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

11 



(D) 
(0) 

(0) 

(d) 

55 

(D) 



163 

142 

21 



1.465 
77 
98 
55 
25 
(D) 

(d) 

529 

(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 

234 
128 
46 
82 
106 
(D) 
(D) 

185 
7 
(D) 
(D) 
127 

(D) 
142 
(0) 

(d) 

55 

495 
(D) 
(D) 



2.380 

1,248 

(D) 

(D) 

42 

24 

(d) 

10 
318 
521 
510 

11 
142 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 
nesses 
only) 
(Number) 



(0) 

(d) 

(D) 
(D) 

(d) 

(D) 

tD) 



(D) 
(01 

• • * 

(D) 
(d) 

15 
(d) 

• • • 

6 

(Dl 

13 
3 

10 



68 

72 

1 

17 

(D) 

(d) 

34 

(D) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(D) 

(D) 



45 
39 

12 
(Dl 
(D) 

132 

10 
(D) 
(D) 

75 

(D) 

7 

(0) 

(D) 

37 

38 
(D) 
(D) 



224 
(D) 

(d) 

2 
14 

(d) 

21 
47 

(d) 

(NAI 

(NA) 

11 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. 
' Includes plant-owned outlets. 



(NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. ( Z ) Less than $500. 



Represents zero. 



2-20 



SELECTED SERVICES -AREA STATISTICS 

Table 105. SELECTED SERVICES: 1954 — CITIES WITH 200 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE • 
Establishments, Receipts, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



Continued 



City and kind of business 



MONTGOMERY --Con. 

Busiaess services (exc. accouotiog, auditiag, bookkeepiog), total 

Automobile repair services, garages, total 

Automobile repair 

General automobile repair shops 

Other automobile repair shops 

Automobile parking, other services 

Automobile storage, parking 

Other automobile services 

Miscellaneous repair services, total 

Watch, clock, jewelry repair _ 

Upholstery, furniture repair 

Radio, television repair shops 

Other repair services 

Amusemeoi, recreatioo services (inc. motion pictures), total 

Motion picture theaters 

Motion picture production, distribution, services 

Billiard and pool parlors, bowling alleys _ 

Other amusement, recreation services 

Hotels, motels, tourist courts, camps, total 

Hotels 

Motels, tourist courts, trailer parks, camps 

TUSCALOOSA 

Selected services, total 

Personal services, total , 

Barber shops _. 

Beauty shops 

Funeral service, crematories 

Photographic studios (including commercial photography)... 

Shoe repair shops _ 

Pressing, alteration, garment repair (except fur) 

Cleaning, dyeing plants (except rug cleaning)' 

Power laundries, self-service laundries 

Power laundries ' 

Self-service laundries 

Other personal services 

Business services (exc. accouotiug, auditiag, bookkeepiog), total. 

Automobile repair services, garages, total 

Automobile repair 

General automobile repair shops 

Other automobile repair shops 

Automobile parking, other services 

Automobile storage, parking 

Other automobile services 

Miscellaneous repair services, totaJ 

Watch, clock, jewelry repair 

Upholstery, furniture repair __. 

Radio, television repair shops 

Other repair services _ 

Amusement, recreation services (inc. motion pictures), total 

Motion picture theaters _ 

Motion picture production, distribution, services 

Billiard and pool parlors, bowling alleys ., 

Other amusement, recreation services , 

Hotels, motels, tourist courts, camps, total 

Hotels 

Motels, tourist courts, trailer parks, camps 



Establishments 



Total 
(Number) 



20 

13 

(NA) 

(NA) 



With 
payroll 



Receipts 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



1 »U51 
1 t85U 

lia56 

780 
676 
398 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
211 
(D) 

2f 164 
(D) 
<•' 

(d) 

516 

(D) 

l.!83 

(d) 



5i090 

2.051 

261 

164 

(DJ 

83 

81 

22 

597 

(D) 

(NAI 

(NAI 

(D) 

U71 



(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 



23 
123 

313 

9S2 
(D) 
• •• 

100 

(d) 

(D) 
(Dl 
!B9 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



1 l257 

1 ,662 

(D) 

(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

Id) 

(d) 
(d) 

(D) 
193 
621 

2il20 
(D) 

(01 
516 

(D) 

(D) 
(D) 



1,621 

1,895 
215 
136 
(□) 

67 
IDl 

18 
597 
(d) 
559 
(D) 
(D) 

379 

(D) 
(D) 

(d) 

(Dl 
(Dl 



(Dl 
(Dl 
267 



(d) 
(d) 

Vo) 

(D) 

(D) 
(D) 
(D) 



Payroll, 
entire 

year 



175 

151 
335 
180 
156 
118 

(d) 
(d) 

(D) 
(D) 
(Dl 
65 
226 

550 
(Dl 

• •• 

(D) 
237 

(d) 

531 
(D) 



871 
120 

53 
(0) 

17 
(Dl 
5 
265 
(D) 
338 
(D) 

19 

112 
(C) 

(d) 

(D) 

(D) 
(D) 



• •• 

(01 
(01 
56 

(D) 
(D) 



(D) 

(d) 

(D) 



Payroll, workweek ended 
neaiest Nov. 15 



Total 

(DoUaiB) 



9,636 

9il53 
6,911 
3,895 
3,016 
2,212 

(d) 
(d) 

(D) 

(01 

(Dl 

1 ,313 

1,628 

9,131 

(d) 

• • • 

(d) 

3.233 

(D) 

1 1 .811 

(D) 



29.221 

16.250 

2.571 

1 .022 

(01 

2 70 

(01 

79 

5.117 

(D) 

5,917 

CD) 

321 

2.511 

(d) 
Cd) 

(D) 

(D) 
(D) 



1 .628 
• • • 

(01 

(01 

1 .012 



(D) 

(d) 

• • t 

357 

(d) 
(d) 
(d) 



Full 
workweek 



9,111 

9,083 
6,871 
3(825 
3.016 
2.212 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 

(Dl 

(D) 

1.287 

1,626 

9.158 
(D) 

(D) 
3.226 

(D) 
11 |512 

(D) 



28,017 

15,797 

2.181 

llOll 

(Dl 

259 

(01 

79 

5,086 

(D) 

5,(63 

(d) 

211 

2,336 

(D) 
(D) 

(D) 
(D) 
(D) 



(Dl 

(Dl 

1.039 



(D) 

(d) 



(D) 
(D) 

(d) 



Paid employees, 
workwecut ended 
neaiest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Number) 



150 

180 

136 

79 

57 

11 

(D) 

(d) 
(d) 

(Dl 

(Dl 

21 

79 

269 
(D) 

• *• 

(D) 
87 

(d) 

120 

(d) 



917 

S70 

50 

37 

IDl 

9 

(Dl 

3 

186 

(D) 

239 

(D) 

11 

52 

(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
CD) 
(D) 



• •• 

(Dl 
(01 
20 

(D) 
(D) 

• • • 
15 
25 

(D) 

(P) 
(D) 



FuU 
workweek 



176 

132 

75 

57 

11 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

(01 

(Dl 

20 

79 

219 

(d) 

(D) 
86 

(D) 
388 
(D) 



526 

11 

36 

(Dl 

8 

(Dl 

3 

178 

(D) 

221 

(D) 



(D) 
(D) 

\l] 
(D) 

(Dl 

31 

(Dl 

IDl 

19 

(D) 

(D) 

• • • 

II 

21 

(D) 
(D) 
(D) 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 
nesses 
only) 
(Number) 



81 
71 
13 
26 
13 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 
(Dl 
(01 
1 1 
(D) 

31 
(D) 

(") 
15 

(D) 
12 
(D) 



120 

28 

27 

(01 

10 

(Dl 

7 

22 

(D) 

(NAI 

(NAI 



(d) 
(d) 

(Dl 
(DJ 
(D) 



(Dl 
IDl 



(D) 

(d) 

• • • 

8 

(D) 

(D) 
(D) 
(D) 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. 
' Includes plant-owned outlets. 



(NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $500. 



Represents zero. 



ARIZONA 



ARIZONA 

(14 COUNTIES) 




I 



LEGEND 

• PLACES OF 25,000 TO 100,000 

• PLACES OF 100,000 AND OVER 
STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA 



STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA 



CODE 

1 PHOENIX 

2 TUCSON 



CONTENTS 



Table Page 

101. Selected Services : 1954- - The State 3-<4 

lOlA. Selected Services : 194-8 - The State 3-6 

102. Selected Services: 1954 - Counties; Cities of 2,500 Inhabitants or 

More 3-7 

103. Selected Services: 1954- - Standard Metropolitan Areas 3-8 

104. Selected Services: 1954 - Coimties with 200 Establishments or More... 3-11 

105. Selected Services: 1954 - Cities with 200 Establishments or More 3-13 



The following pages contain revisions of data previously published 
on the corresponding pages of Selected Services Bulletin Series S-1: 

3-13 3-14 



3-3 



3-4 



SELECTED SERVICES -AREA STATISTICS 



Table lOL SELECTED SERVICES: 1954 — THE STATE 
Establishments, Receipts, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



Kind of business 



Establishments 



Total 

(Number) 



With 
payroll 



Receipts 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

(tl.OOO) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
(Ji.oooi 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(DolLuu) 



Full 
workweek 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Number) 



Full 
workweek 



Seleaed services, total . 



Personal Services 
Total _ 

Barber, beauty shops _ 

Barber shops 

Beauty shops 

Barber and beauty shops combined 

Funeral service, crematories _ 

Photographic studios (including commercial photography) 

Shoe repair shops, shoeshine parlors, hat cleaning shops 

Shoe repair shops 

Shoeshine parlors 

Hat cleaning shopb.. 

Cleaning, pressing, dyeing, garment repair 

Pressing, alteration, garment repair (except fur) 

Cleamng, pressing shops, and independent plant outlets.. 

Garment repair, ajterat on (except fur) 

Fur repair, storage 

Cleaning, dyeing plants 

Cleaning, dyeing plants (except rug cleaning) ' 

Rug cleaning, repairing plants 

Laundries, laundry services 

Power laimdries, self-service laundries 

Power laundries ' 

Self-service laundries 

Industrial laundries 

Linen supply 

Diaper service 

Laundries (except power)... 

Miscellaneous personal services 

Cbstume, dress suit rental 

Turkish bath, massage parlors 

Rug, furniture cleaning on location 

Ojin-operated service machine establishments 

Miscellaneous personal services, n.e.c- 



Btistness Services (ezc Accoondag, Aaditing, Booldceeplog) 

Total _ ___ 

idvertising 

'' Advertising agencies 

Outdoor advertising services 

Miscellaneous advertising 

(Consumer, mercantile credit; adjustment, collection agencies... 

Private employment agencies 

News syndicates - 

Duplicating, addressing, mailing, stenographic servicee 

Blueprinting, photocopying services 

Services to dwellings, other buildings 

Disinfecting, exterminating services 

Window cleaning 

Miscellaneous services to dwellings, other buildingB 



services, n.e.c. 



Auctioneers' establishments (service only) 

Osin-operated machine rental, repair services. 

Detective agencies 

Interior decorating service 

Photofinishing laboratories 

Sign painting shops 

Telephone answering service 

Window display service 

Other business services, n.e.c 



Anlomobile Repair Services, Garages 

Total 

Automobile repair 

General automobile repair shops 

Battery, ignition repair and service 

Glass replacement, repair 

Paint shops. -- 

Radiator repair shops 

Tire repair shops 

Top and body repair 

Automobile repair, n.e.c 

Brake repair shops 

Wheel, ajde, spring repair shops 

Other automobile repair shops, n.e.c 

Automobile storage, parking _. 

Parking structures, storage garages 

Parking lots 

Automobile, truck rentals (without drivers). 

Automobile services (except repair) 

Automobile laundries 

Automobile services, n.e.c 



5t6C!6 



li7B2 

an? 

37h 

2a 

1 15 

122 

7 
2 

3au 

191 
136 

3^ 

1 

152 

139 

13 
232 

(NM 
INM 

1 



579 
U2 



5 
50 
1 1 

a« 

26 

36 

20 

323 

14 

2 

9 

15 



? 

3 

205 



7U6 
661 

58 



908 

162 

252 

102 

18 

U2 

37 

29 

2S 

1 

192 
53 



138 

133 

5 

126 

1 16 

68 

48 

1 



2U1 
22 



1 

18 

7 

42 

20 

18 

4 

IIS 

2 

• •■ 

5 

3 

7 

S 

6 

.81 



354 
3nl 
190 



30.206 

7.336 

3.311 

3.765 

260 

3.06S 

1 .247 

797 

765 

(D) 

(D) 

6.403 

ID) 

I .333 

(D) 

(01 

0.808 

4.671 

137 

10.808 

7.624 

(MAI 

(MA) 

(Dl 

2.5B5 

(D) 

114 

527 

ID) 

229 

72 

• • • 

(D) 



12.459 

2.°«4 

1 .866 

(D) 

ID) 

1 . 184 

173 

33 

"98 

747 

1.256 

609 

528 

119 

5.584 

268 

ID) 

86 

100 

590 

489 

108 

127 

(D) 



14.805 
1?.142 

7.418 
234 
242 
'71 
367 
71 1 

1 .671 

1.128 
54 1 
225 
362 

1.O07 
(01 
(D) 

1 .219 
137 
33°. 



25.032 

5.905 

2.623 

3.051 

222 

2.826 

833 

347 

tD) 

lU) 

5.543 

(Di 

731 

(D) 

ID) 

4.702 

4.505 

97 

10.206 

7.085 

5.457 

529 

(D) 

2.585 

ID) 

50 

371 

ID) 

173 

IB 

(D* 



10.599 

2.888 

1 .834 

ID) 

(D) 

1 .124 

(D) 

IDl 

355 

709 

1 .080 

565 

438 

77 

4.358 

ID) 

72 
ID) 
590 
127 
ID) 
127 
3.178 



12.023 

9.540 

5.394 

220 

ID) 

305 

249 

399 

1 .543 

(D) 

ID) 

225 

232 

961 

ID' 

(D) 

1 .159 

353 

304 

59 



10.300 

2.532 

1.178 

1.259 

95 

624 

187 

89 

ID) 

(D) 

2.257 

ID) 

189 

ID) 

101 

2.034 

1.985 

U9 

4.489 

3.435 

3.318 

117 

in) 

817 
ID) 

17 
122 
10) 

53 
3 

(D) 



3.064 

488 

2?a 

ini 

(D) 

5=2 

(d1 

IDl 

1"2 

165 

505 

225 

2U7 

34 

1 .144 

ID) 

• .« 

50 

(O) 

115 

47 

24 

42 

845 



2.884 

2.288 

1.205 

S2 

54 

104 

51 

65 

482 

275 

144 

69 

62 

273 

ID) 

(D) 

168 

155 

133 

22 



209.488 

51.231 

22.801 

25.025 

2.405 

12.509 

3.384 

1 .398 

(D) 

ID) 

48.216 

(D) 

3.406 

CD) 

IDl 

43.855 

43.021 

845 

89.021 

59.304 

57.229 

2.075 

ID) 

14.975 

ID) 

388 

3.627 

ID) 

873 

72 

(D) 



63.547 

9.507 

4.215 

IDl 

(D) 

13.138 

fD) 

iDl 

2.024 

3.018 

12.353 

5.484 

5.489 

1 .380 

22.059 

IDl 

609 
IDl 

1 .97? 

1 .169 
546 

1 .170 
16.099 



57.444 

45.605 

25.152 

1 .042 

1.021 

2.018 

1 .015 

1 .256 

8.544 

5.457 

2.916 

1 .331 

1.210 

5.414 

IDl 

to) 

3. ISO 
3.265 

2.782 

483 



198.989 

49.523 

22.181 

25.036 

2.306 

12.116 

3.227 

1 .342 

(D) 

IDl 

• • • 

43.975 

(D) 

3.048 

(D) 

ID) 

42.082 

41.237 

845 

83.699 

54.233 

52.575 

1.557 

ID) 

14.905 

ID) 

207 

3.107 

IDl 

873 

72 

(D* 



59.753 
9.253 
4.135 

ini 

(D) 

11 .962 

(D) 

10) 

1 .821 

2.904 

1 1 .650 

3.246 

5.089 

1.325 

20.712 

ID) 

• • • 

543 

ID) 

1.972 

925 

415 

94 6 

15.414 



55.222 

43.886 

24.120 

986 

1 .003 

1.816 

1.015 

1 .196 

8.450 

5.291 

2.916 

1.281 

1 .0=4 

5.240 

ID) 

(D) 

3.059 

3.035 

2.552 

483 



13.512 



4.551 

994 

418 

323 

53 

185 

74 

34 

(D) 

ID) 

1 .058 

(D) 

92 

(D) 

101 

941 

926 

15 

2.132 

1.752 

1.582 

70 

IDl 

293 

ID) 

14 

74 

ID) 

24 

1 

(D* 



1 .050 

152 

55 

ID) 

ID) 

229 

(D) 

IDl 

47 

47 

192 

79 

80 

33 

372 

ID) 

12 
ID) 



17 
257 



978 
729 
415 



21 

132 

77 

40 

17 

20 

107 

IDl 

(D) 

52 

90 

84 

5 



41044 
913 
390 
475 

50 
157 

66 

31 
(D) 
ID) 
• •• 
932 
(D) 

77 
(D) 
ID) 
835 
840 

15 
1 .855 
1 .468 
1 .445 

43 

IDl 

288 

IDl 

6 

58 
IDl 

24 



fD) 



909 

118 

50 

ini 

(D) 

197 

(D) 

ID) 

37 

43 

168 

71 

71 

26 

326 

(Dl 

• •• 

10 

ID) 



12 
233 



895 

675 

384 

17 

12 

30 

14 

20 

126 

72 

40 

16 

16 

9A 

'Dl 

vD) 

50 

74 

68 

5 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. 

' Includes plant-owned outlets. 



(NA) Not available. n.e.c Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $50u. 



. . Represents zero. 



ARIZONA 

Table 101. SELECTED SERVICES: 1954 — THE STATE — Continued 
Establishments, Receipts, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



3-5 



Kind of businesa 



Estoblishments 



Total 

(Number) 



With 
payroll 



Receipts 



Total, all 

estabUsh- 
mentfi 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Dollare) 



Full 
workweek 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Number) 



Full 
workweek 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 
neaaes 
only) 
(Number) 



Miscelikneoiu Repair Scrrlcei 



Toi.1 - 

Witch, dock, jewelry repair 

Upholstery, furniture repair.. 

Electrical repair shops 

Radio, television repair shops 

Refrigerator ser^nce, repair shops 

Other electrical repair shops, n.e.c. 

Blacksmith shops.. .- 

Miscellaneous repair shops --t-- 

Armature rewinding, electric motor repair and rebuilding 

Bicycle repair shops -- : 

Leather goods repair shops - 

Locksmith, gunsmith shops -- 

Musical instrument repair 

Repair shops, n.e.c — 

Lawmnower, saw, knife, tool sharpening and repair shops.. 

Type«Titer repair shops. 

Welding repair shops -- 

Other repair shops, n.e.c 

Amusemeat. Recrearion Serrices (inc. Motion Pictures) 

Toial 

Motion picture theaters 

Motion picture theaters (except drive-in) 

Drive-in motion picture theaters _ 

Motion picture production, distribution, services 

Motion picture production 

Motion picture production other than for television 

Motion picture production for television 

Motion picture distribution.. — 

Motion picture film exchanges other than for television — 

Motion picture film exchanges for tele\T3ion 

Services allied to motion picture distribution 

Services allied to motion picture production.. 

Billiard and pool parlors, bowling alleys 

Billiard, pool parlors.. 

Bowling alleys 

Race track operation (including racing stables) 

Automobile 

Dog. 



Horse (including racing stables) 

Sports promoters, commercial operators. 

Baseball, football, athletic fields, sports promoters 

Baseball clubs 

Football clubs 

Other sports clubs, promotere ■ 

Bathing beaches 

(jolf courses 

Riding academies 

Skating rinks 

Swimming pools. 

Commercial sporta operators, n.e.c 

Boat, canoe rentals 

Other commercial sports operators, n.e.c 

Theatrical presentations and services 

Bands, orchestras, entertainers 

Dance halls, studios, schools (exc. children's, professional) . 

Membership golf, country clubs 

Amusement, recreation services, n.e.c 

Amusement parks, devices, shooting galleries 

Carnivals, circuses 

Coin-operated amusement device establishments 

Other amusement, recreation services, n.e.c 



Hotels, Motets, Tourist Coons, Camps 



Total. 



Hotels. 
Year-round 

25 or more guest rooms 

Less than 25 guest rooms 

Seasonal 

Motels, tourist courts, camps 

Motels, tourist courts, trailer parks.. 

Motels, tourist courts 

Trailer parks 

Sporting, recreational camps 

Standard Notes f 



762 
A7 

ei 

100 
5fl 
■57 
33 

3n6 



16 

?3 

3?U 



U7U 

1 m 
8'; 

2« 



Iti63 
226 
(N«l 
IN»I 
(NAI 
(NA) 
1.037 
951 
783 
168 



230 

n 

31 

U3 

28 
3 
7 

19 
136 

13 
1 



1 

101 

3 



2aB 
111 

H5 

29 

2 



■^97 

lie 

119 

so 

19 
19 

m5 

311 



11.6U1 
«53 
912 

1 .69? 

1 .Of 6 
51 1 
375 
"81 

7.003 

1 .658 

(01 

(D) 

1311 

76 

6.016 
275 
101 

1.0i=e 
(D) 



19.9UU 

10,1138 

7.07a 

3.3611 



17 
(01 
(01 



(01 
1 .CU8 
!'00 
6118 
2.17U 
(01 
(01 
813 
957 
326 
'01 
(01 
2H0 

176 
123 
1 16 
61 
165 
(D) 
(D) 
1 f.Q 
26^ 
517 

1 .5e5 

2.521 
(01 
56U 

1 .320 
(D) 



31.' 51 

16. "23 

('41 

(•■'A I 

(''Al 

C'Al 

15.028 

13. ■"01 

12,220 

1 .nai 

1 ,727 



8.513 

171 

5711 

1 .100 

646 

'65 

189 

■'79 

6.289 

1 .612 

(0 1 

(01 

(01 

(01 

11.613 

(01 

706 

(d) 



18.620 

10.130 

7.071* 

3.356 

(01 



(0) 
910 
262 
648 
2.340 
(01 
(01 
671 
761 
(Dl 
(0) 

238 

• • • 
176 
97 
(01 
(01 
105 

(d) 

(01 

(01 
208 
517 

(01 
(D) 

(01 

536 

1 .156 

138 



27.207 
15.729 
11 .814 
1 1 .366 
'148 

3.915 
1 1 .'J7 = 
10.073 

9.63M 
449 

1 .405 



2,382 

40 

157 

257 

147 

63 

57 

130 

1,798 

510 

(O) 

(01 

(01 

(Ol 

1 ,280 

(01 

177 
(D) 



4,633 
2,021 
1 ,365 
656 
(01 
(D) 
(D) 



(01 
311 
54 
257 
563 
(01 
(01 
163 
207 



(D) 



(0| 

10 

(n) 

(D) 

(PI 

63 

131 
1=4 
711 
(D) 
(01 
179 
140 
17 



7,861 
5,3''9 
3,999 
3.a''3 
106 

1 ,36r 
2,S"2 
2,1'9 
2,0'16 
= 3 
373 



48,04! 

861 

2,998 

5,579 

3,298 

974 

1 .307 

2.52'= 

36.080 

1 1 .829 

(01 

(01 

(Dl 

(01 

24,086 

101 

3,479 
(D) 



96,993 

37,963 

27,256 

10,708 

(01 

(D) 

(D) 



(01 

6,276 

870 

5,406 

22,595 

(01 

(Dl 

5,01,1 

2.320 

642 

101 

(D) 

845 

■407 

ID) 

65 

(D) 

(D) 

(Dl 

609 

1 .72-' 

3.351 

15.-d5'= 

(D) 

(01 

3.586 

2.533 

153 



149, 
1.56 I 



24. 
43. 
36, 

3' 
1 , 



307 
13' 
961 
519 
44'' 
173 
17^< 
1 16 
53-' 



5a'' 

157 



45,040 

e4> 

2,897 

5.054 

2,931 

81.- 

. 1,307 

2,458 

33,78b 

10.837 

(01 

(01 

101 

(01 

22,R3'» 

(01 

3ll7a 
(D) 



8a.u"t, 

33.848 

23.881 

9.967 

(Dl 

(D) 

(D) 



(01 
5.106 

803 

4,303 

22.265 

(0) 

(ni 

5iC0u 

2,301 

487 

(01 

(d' 

735 
4n-, 
(0| 

6'3 

(D) 
(D) 

;oi 

609 

1 ,455 

2,496 

13.760 

(D) 

(01 
3,585 
2,460 

150 



141 ,194 

100,865 

79,094 

77,958 

1 ,13c 

21,771 

40,329 

33.440 

31 ,9^9 

1 .467 

6.883 



17 
19 
40 
480 
150 
(01 
(01 
(01 
(Dl 
324 
(01 

61 
(D) 



3.539 
1 . 1 74 
873 
301 
(Dl 
(D) 
(D) 



(01 
24' 

33 
209 
444 
(01 
(Dl 
1 16 
10" 

49 
(01 

(D) 

3' 
1 1 
(01 
1 
(D) 
(D) 
(Dl 



27'i 

(d) 

101 

74 

46 



3,7lj2 
2.464 
1,927 
1 .870 

57 

537 

1 .238 

1 .054 

1 ,007 

47 
1 34 



596 

13' 

49 

79 

46 

14 

19 

35 

420 

130 

101 

(01 

(01 

(01 

2"7 

(01 

50 
(D) 



2, 139 

1 1026 

764 

262 

(01 

(d) 
(d) 



(01 

156 

30 

125 

4 34 

(01 

(01 

1 16 

76 

37 

(01 

(D) 



11 

(01 

1 

(D) 

(d) 

101 

7 

31 

55 

J27 

(D) 

(01 

74 

41 



3,263 

2,202 

1 .753 

1 t7C3 

45 

4 49 

1 1051 

S87 

846 

41 

174 



89 
203 
102 

60 

41 

34 

402 

31 

(n 
in 
(oi 
ir I 

339 
(O) 
(D) 
62 
(D) 



(O) 
(d) 
(d) 



(01 
02 



(01 
(Dl 
25 



(PI 
(D) 
(nl 

10 

10 

(PI 

10 

(d) 
(d) 

(01 
41 



ID) 
(01 



40 
59 



1 ."24 

225 

INAl 

(N»l 

(NAI 

(NAI 

1.199 

1.105 

•919 

186 



94 



(D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $50(). 



Represents zero. 



3-« 



SELECTED SERVICES -AREA STATISTICS 



Table lOlA. SELECTED SERVICES: 1948 — THE STATE 
Establishments and Receipts, by Kind of Business 



Kind of business 



Establish- 
ments 

(Number) 



Receipts 
($1,000) 



Kind of businesa 



Establish- 
ments 
(Number) 



Receipts 
($1,000) 



Persooal Services 



Barber, l>eauty shops_ _ - - . 

Barber shops — 

Beauty shops__ 

Barber and beauty shops combined . 



Cleaning, dyeing plants 

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

Funeral service, crematories. 

Laundries, laundry services. 

Laundries, power ^ '_ _..__ 

Linen supply service _ -.- 

Diaper service 

Laijndries (exc. power) 



Photographic studios — — — _.._.• 

Photographic studios (exc. commercial photography) 

Commercial photography. 

Pressing, alteration, garment repair shops _ 

Pressing, alteration, garment repair shops (exc. fur repair and 

storage) _ _ - 

Fur repair and storage shops. - - - 



Shoe repair shops, shoeshine parlors, hat cleaning shops.. 

Shoe repair shops ...- 

Shoeshine 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 miscellaneous personal services, n. e. c_ 



Busioess Services 



•Advertising ...... . ..... . . . . - - - 

•Advertising agencies _ — — 

Outdoor advertising service . - 

Miscellaneous advertising service — - . . - -- 

Consumer credit reporting agencies, mercantile reporting agencies, 

adjustment and collection agencies. . . 

Duplicating, addressing, blueprinting, photocopying, mailing, mail- 
ing list, stenographic services__ - — - — 

Duplicating, addressing, mailing, mailing list, stenographic 

services 

Duplicating, addressing, mailing, mailing list services 

Pubhc stenographic services, court reporting _ 

Blueprinting, photocopying services - 

Employment agencies, private -- 

•News syndicates . . .... . - 

Services to dwellings and other buildings 

Disinfecting, exterminating service . . 

Window cleaning service - . - . - - - 

•Miscellaneous service to dwellings and other buildings. 

•Business services, n. e, c. -- 

Auctioneers' establishments (service only) 

*Coin-operated machine rental and repair services 

Detective agencies. 

•Interior decorating service. ... . ^ 

Photofinishing latx)ratories. ...._..-- . - 

Sign painting shops. 

Telephone answering service 

Window display service - -' '- - 

•Other business services, n. e. c_ - 



Aatomobile Repair Services, Garages 

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. _ 

Automobile repair shops, n. e. c — — ,. 

Brake repair shops . .. . .- - - 

Wheel, axle, spring repair shops 

Other automobile repair shops, n. e. C 



555 

298 

233 

2A 

135 
131 



U7 

13i 

9 

A 

117 
101 
16 
1 
6 
9 



429 

311 

9 

5 

15 

U 



4,100 

1,925 

1,860 

313 

3,591 

3,522 

69 

2,110 

6,651 

5,098 

1,337 

133 

83 

941 

667 

274 



(D) 
(D) 

835 

795 

18 

22 

745 
646 

99 
(D) 
(D) 

70 



718 
256 
(D) 
(D) 

221 

404 

112 

105 

7 

292 

44 



193 
124 
69 

2,090 
(D) 
671 
(D) 
34 
121 
426 
(D) 
(D) 
436 



6,398 

4,416 

110 

51 
157 
203 

75 
889 
497 
255 

74 
168 



Aatomobile Repair Services, Garages — Coa. 

.\utomobile rentals (without drivers). . . .... 

Automobile storage, parking 

Storage garages .... 

Parking lots. .... , 

Automobile services (exc. repairs) 

Automobile laundries. 

Automobile services, n. e. c . . _ 



MiscellaDeous Repair Services 



Blacksmith shops . 

Electrical repair shops - 

'Radio repair shops 

Refrigerator service and repair shops. .._ 

Other electrical repair shops (inc. electrical appliance repair shops) . 

Upholstery, furniture repair shops 

Watch, clock, jewelry repair shops 

Miscellaneous repair shops - 

•Armature rewinding shops _ . _ . 

Bicycle repair shops .. 

Leather goods repair shops 

L<jcksmith. 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 - 



Amusemeats 

Motion picture theaters 

Motion picture theaters, regular 

Outdoor motion picture theaters 

Portable motion picture theaters 

Bands, orchestras, and entertainers. . . — 

Bowling alleys, billiard and pool parlors 

Billiard and pool parlors ..-, 

Bowling alleys .. , 

Dance halls, studios, and schools 

Race track operation 

Automobile 

Dog. 



•Horse 

Sports promoters and commercial operators _ _ - - 

Baseball and football clubs, athletic fields, sports promoters 

Baseball cluba (inc. promoters) . . - 

Football clubs (inc. promoters) . 

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

athletic events . 

Bathing beaches 

(Jiilf courses 

Riding academies. _ - 

Skating rinks. . .. 

Skating rinks, 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 (exc. motion picture) — 

Miscellaneous amusement and recreation service. ....... 

Amusement devices - 

,\musemenl parks - - 

Shooting galliTips 

Coin-operated amusement device services. . . . _ . 

Miscellaneous amusement and recreation services, n. e. c 



Hotels, Tourist Courts 



Hotels .... 
Tourist courts 



120 
14 

6 

2 
10 

2 
86 

2 



259 

671 



Standard Notes: (DJ Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Net available or not applicable, n. e. c. Not elsewhere ciaBBlfied. ... Repreaents zero. 

••■Data not coinparable with 195^ because of difference In enumeration technlq.ueB in the two cenouaee (see text), 

^Data in this table differ from those which appeared In the 191*8 CenauB of Service Trade. Such data were adjusted to exclude data for establlBhiiientB with no payroll which had 
receipts of less than $1,000. 

^Includes industrial laundries. 



ARIZONA 



3-7 



Table 102. SELECTED SERVICES: 1954 — COUNTIES; CITIES OF 2,500 INHABITANTS OR MORE 
Toul Selected Services — Establishments, Receipts, Payroll, and Personnel; Kind-of-Business Group — Establishments and Receipts 






Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $500. . . . Represents zero. 
'Includes Business Services, Miscellaneous Repair Services. Amusement and Recreation Services, Motion Pictures, Hotels, Tourist Courts. Motels, and Camps. 





Total 


Kind-of-business group 


County and dty 


EstabUshments 


Receipts 


Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1.0001 


Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 


Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 
nesses 
only) 
(Number) 


Persona 

Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(Number) 


services 


Automobile repair 
services, garages 


AU other selected 
services* 


Total 

(Number) 


With 
payroll 

(Number) 


Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

(Jl.OOO) 


Total 

(Number) 


FiUl 
workweek 

(Number) 


Receipts 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number) 


Receipts 

(tl.OOO) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number) 


Receipts 

($1,000) 




5*606 


2.620 


12U.506 


lf-3.i;04 


31 .1 24 


13,51? 


1 1 .846 


f .79-' 


1.7e2 


3O.206 


71:6 


U .805 


-.C^B 


75.495 




231 


IP 
oo 


5'I7 
3.263 


373 

2.4^1 


OO 
696 


5« 
407 


49 
340 


51 

243 


10 

64 


54 
849 


4 


26 

385 


■■4 
1"0 


467 




;^.l?9 




30 
71 
130 

173 


16 
51 
52 

1 1 1 


5r4 

1 .252 

1 .507 

5.052 


4?4 

1 .050 

977 

4.5'0 


155 
321 
2 20 

1 .216 


61 
191 
155 

474 


59 

145 
135 

395 


28 

88 

12? 

191' 


1 1 
?i 
■^\ 


223 

334 
292 

951 


U' 
15 


46 
76 
163 

259 


41 
85 

116 










1 .052 




3.842 




es 

126 


51 

60 

70 


2.170 
2.S02 

2.157 


1 .944 
2.656 

1.819 


5t(' 
624 

36? 


261 
?1' 

?49 


209 

1^9 

3 JO 


9" 
100 

13; 


16 


6BJ 
271 

474 


10 

ic 


102 
157 

237 


62 
-1 










1 .446 


Globe 


7a 

26 
26 

58 


■<6 

le 

16 
32 


1 .307 
364 
4?6 

1 .435 


l.C'15 
318 
436 

1.101 


2 27 

75 

60 

377 


135 
7'= 
3° 

216 


9 = 
71 

3 '4 

186 


71 
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165 
12 

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3-8 



SELECTED SERVICES -AREA STATISTICS 



Table 103. SELECTED SERVICES: 1954 — STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS 
Establishments, Receipts, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



Standard metropolitan area 
and kind of business. 



Establishments 



Total 

(Number) 



With 
payroll 



Receipts 



Total, all 

establish- 
ments 
<$1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
(Sl.OOO) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



Payroll, workweA ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(DoUaiB) 



Full 

workweek 



Paid employees, 
workwedf ended 
t Nov. 15 



Total 

(Number) 



Full 

workweek 



PHOENIX STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with Maricopa County, Ariz. 



Selected services, total __ 

Personal Services 



Toul 

^arber, beauty shops. 

Barber shops 

Beauty shops 

Barber and beauty shops combined 

Fiineral service, crematories 1 

Photographic studios (including commercial photography) 

Shoe repair shops, shoeshine parlors, hat cleaning Slops 

Shoe repair shops 

Shoeshine parlors 

Hat cleaning shops 

Cleaning, pressing, dyeing, garment repair. 

Pressing, alteration, garment repair (except fur) 

Cleaning, pressing shops, and independent plant outlets.. 

Garment repair, alteration (except fur) 

Fur repair, storage. 

Cleaning, dyeing plants 

Cleaning, dyeing plants (except rug cleaning) * 

Rug cleaning, repairing plants 

Laundries, laundry services 

Power laundries, self-service laundries 

Power laundries ' 

Self-service laundries 

Industrial laundries 

Linen supply 

Diaper service 

Ijaundries (except power) 

Miscellaneous personal services 

Costume, dress suit rental 

Tiu-kish bath, massage parlors 

Rug, furniture cleaning on location 

Cloin-operated service machine establishmenta 

Miscellaneous personal services, n.e.c 



Business Services (esc Accoundog, Anditiog, Bookkeeping) 

Total _ 

Advertising „ 

Advertising agencies 

Outdoor advertising services 

Miscellaneous advertising 

Consumer, mercantile credit; adjustment, collection agencies 

Private employment agencies 

News syndicates 

Duplicating, addressing, mailing, stenographic services. 

Blueprinting, photocopying services., J 

Services to dwellings, other buildings 

Disinfecting, exterminating services 

Window cleaning 

Miscellaneous services to dwellings, other buildings 

Business services, n.e.c 

Auctioneers' establishments (service only) 

Coin-operated machine rental, repair servicea 

Detective agencies 

Interior decorating service 

Photo6nishing laboratories 

Sign painting shops 

Telephone answering service 

Window display service 

Other business services, n.e.c 



Antomobile Repair Services, Ganges 

Total 

Automobile repair 

General automobile repair shops 

Battery, ignition repair and service 

Glass replacement, repair 

Paint shops 

Radiator repair shops ._ 

Tire repair shops 

Top and body repair 

Automobile repair, n.e.c 

Brake repair shops 

Wheel, axle, spring repair shops 

Other automobile repair shops, n.e.c 

Automobile storage, parking 

Parking structures, storage garages 

Parking lots 

Automobile, truck rentals (without drivers) 

Automobile services (except repair) 

Automobile laundries 

Automobile services, n.e.c 



940 

447 

2T9 

208 

20 

21 

63 

66 

64 

2 
198 
122 
76 
46 

76 

71 

5 

Ml 

99 

(N4) 

tN4) 

1 

3 

8 

34 

4 



473 
263 

137 

1 12 

14 

17 

19 



336 


140 


28 


12 


1 1 


5 


6 


2 


1 1 


B 


25 


15 


ft 


4 


3 


1 


32 


10 


a 


6 


44 


24 


14 


12 


22 


10 


8 


2 


192 


68 


10 


2 


2 


• •• 


7 


13 


12 


2 


3 


3 


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3 


5 


3 


2 


2 


1 16 


50 


384 


196 


32" 


151 


210 


9? 


9 


s 


2 


2 


12 


a 


1 1 


5 


16 


10 


37 


21 


27 


15 



161000 

4, 149 

1 i689 

2.280 

180 

1 .499 

614 

379 

(D) 

<D) 
3.775 
QQ9 
792 
207 

2.776 

2.677 

99 

5.28B 

3. 492 

INAI 

(NA) 

(01 

10) 

39 
296 
(01 
181 

33 



(Dj 



9,020 

2.489 

1 .409 

(01 

(D) 

881 

144 

(D) 

349 

560 

846 

425 

344 

77 

(D) 

198 

(01 

(D) 

o I 

(01 

308 

26 

(Dl 

2.565 



B.753 
6.617 
3.489 
(D) 
(Dl 
290 
197 
497 
1 . 101 
770 
(01 
175 
(D) 
^96 
(D) 
(D) 
984 
356 
(D) 
(D) 



13.818 

3.425 

1 .409 

1 .874 

142 

1 .431 

454 

145 

145 



3.211 

517 

452 

55 

2.694 

(D) 

(D) 

4.932 

3.170 

2.755 

415 

ID) 

(Dl 

(0) 
220 
(01 
(D) 

lr>) 



7.998 
2.401 
1 .385 
(Dl 
(Dl 
837 
(Dl 
(01 
235 
(01 
754 
(Dl 
306 
(Dl 
3.058 
(Dl 

(D) 
(Dl 
(Dl 
48 
(Dl 
(Dl 
2.329 



7.623 

5.623 

2.757 

CD) 

fn) 

2SB 
141 
449 
1.027 
732 
(Dl 
175 
(D) 
7b h 
(D) 
(D) 
924 
318 
(D) 
(D) 



5.300 

1 .458 

614 

786 

58 

275 

104 

32 

32 



1 .324 

132 

113 

19 

It 192 

(D) 

(D) 

2tlJ2 

1 .514 

1 .442 

72 

(01 

(O) 



(01 
64 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 



2.288 
424 
171 
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(D) 
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(D) 
74 
(D) 
358 

(d; 

178 
(0) 
744 
(0) 

(D) 
(0) 
(01 



(Dl 
577 



1 .920 

1 .422 

519 

(D) 

(D) 

92 

24 

55 

349 

223 

(HI 

60 

(D) 

216 

(D) 

(D) 

146 

136 

(D) 

(D) 



1 1 1 .248 

31.116 

12.449 

16.858 

1 .809 

5.595 

1 .925 

430 

430 



2S.397 
2.533 

1 .988 
545 

25.864 

(D) 

'Dl 

42.5U4 

30.014 

28.916 

1 .098 

(Dl 

(Dl 

(Dl 
1 .1 80 
CD) 
(D) 
(D) 



(Dl 



47.601 
8.329 
3.017 

(01 

(Dl 
10.458 

(D) 

(D) 
1 .434 

(D) 
8.767 

(D) 
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(Dl 
14.945 

ID) 

Id) 
ibt 

ID) 

336 

52 

IDI 

1 1 .703 



37.346 

27.362 

12.848 

(D) 

(D) 

1.711 

408 

1 .035 

5.887 

4.365 

(Dl 

1 .105 

(Dl 

4.328 

(d) 
(d) 

2.8^3 
2.833 

(D) 

(n) 



105.722 

30.033 

12.072 

15.271 

1 .710 

5.501 

1.822 

410 

410 



27.399 

2.284 

1.840 

444 

25.1 15 

(D) 

(D) 

40.370 

27.950 

27.219 

731 

(01 

(01 

(01 
1.167 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

(Dl 



44.967 
8.095 
3.017 

(Dl 

(D) 
9.562 

(D, 

(D) 
1 .291 

(D) 
6t45P 

(D. 
3.452 

(01 
13.992 

(ni 

• •• 
(D) 
(01 
(D) 
305 
40 
(Dl 
11.114 



35.751 

26.244 

12.220 

(D) 

(Dl 

1 .^09 
408 
975 

5.790 

4.291 
(01 

1 .055 
(D) 

4.181 
(D) 
(D) 

2.723 

2.503 
(D) 
(D) 



2.323 
582 

218 
324 
40 
75 
38 
12 
12 



51 
15 

541 
(U) 
(D) 
J^b 
770 
734 
36 
(01 
(Dl 



(Dl 
30 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 



773 
129 

34 
(01 
(Dl 
181 
(D) 
(Dl 

35 
(D) 
128 
(D) 

49 
(Dl 
247 
(01 

(*D)* 
(Dl 
(01 



(Dl 
IS". 



649 

438 

214 

[DJ 

(D) 

32 

7 

17 

92 

60 

(01 

1 3 

(D) 

84 
(D) 
(D) 
45 
81 
(D) 
(D) 



2.095 

534 

200 

297 

37 

59 

33 

11 

11 



552 

54 

44 

10 

« • • 

498 

(D) 

(Dl 

857 

654 

645 

19 

(01 

(01 

• •• 

(01 

29 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 



671 
101 

34 
(Dl 
(D) 
157 
(D) 
(Dl 

29 
(D) 
115 
(D) 

47 
(D) 
220 
(0) 

(D) 
(D) 
(0) 

3 

1 

(Dl 

167 



591 

406 

196 

(D) 

(D) 

25 

7 

15 

89 

58 

ID) 

12 

(D) 

76 

(D) 

(D) 

44 

55 

(d) 
(d) 



standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. 
' Includes pl&nt-owned outlets. 



(NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $500. 



Represents zero. 



ARIZONA 



3-9 



Table 103. SELECTED SERVICES: 1954 — STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS — Continued 
Establishments, Receipts, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



Standard metropolitan area 

and kind of busincBB 



Establishments 



Total 

(Number) 



With 
payroll 

(Number) 



Heceipts 



Total, all 

establiah- 

mente 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 



FuU 
workweek 



Paid emplo^ . 

workweeK ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 



Full 
workweek 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 

busi- 
nesses 

only) 
(Number) 



PHOENIX STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Con. 



Miscelliaeoiii Repair Service* 

To»l - 

Watch, dock, jewelry repair 

Upholstery, furniture repair. 

Electrical repair shops — 

Radio, television repair shops..: 

Refrigerator service, repair shops 

Other electrical repair shops, n.e.c...: _ 

BUckflTtiith Bhops... 

Miscellaneous repair shops 

Armature rewinding, electric motor repair and rebuflding 

Bicycle repair shops 

Leather goods repair shops 

Locksmith, gunsmith shops ..-. 

Musical instrument repair. 

Repair shops, n.e.c 

Lav^-nmowe^, saw, knife, tool sharpening and repair shops.. 

Tj-pewriter repair shops 

Welding repair shops 

Other repair shops, n.e.c 



Amusemeot, Recretdoo Services (inc. Motion Pictures) 

Toul 

Motion picture theaters. 

Motion picture theaters (except drive-in) 

Drive-in motion picture theaters 

Motion picture production, distribution, services 

Motion picture production 

Motion picture production other than for television 

Motion picture production for television 

Motion picture distribution 

Motion picture film exchanges other than for television. 

Motion picture film exchanges for television 

Services allied to motion picture distribution 

Ser\'ices allied to motion picture production 

Billiard and pool parlors, bowling alleys 

Billiard, pool parlors 

Bowling alleys 

Race track operation (including racing stables) 

Automobile 



Dog. 



Horse (including racing stables) 

Sports promoters, commercial operators 

Baseball, football, athletic fields, sports promoters 

Baseball clubs 

Football clubs 

Other sports clubs, promoters _ 

Bathing beaches 

(jolf courses _ 

Riding academies 

Skating rinks 

Swimming pools 

Commercial sports operators, n.e.c 

Boat, canoe rentals 

Other conunercial sports operators, n.e.c 

Theatrical presentations and services 

Bands, orchestras, entertainers 

Dance halls, studios, schools (exc. children's, professional). 

Membership golf, country clubs 

Amusement, recreation services, n.e.c. 

Amusement parks, devices, shooting galleries 

(Carnivals, circuses 

Coin-operated amusement device establishmenta 

Other amusement, recreation services, n.e.c 

Hotels, Motels, Tourist Coons, Cunps 

Total 

Hotels 

Year-round 

25 or more guest rooms 

Less than 25 guest rooms 

Seasonal- 

Motels, tourist courts, camps 

Motels, tourist courts, trailer parks 

Motels, tourist courts... 

Trailer parks... 

Sporting, recreational camps 



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3 


51 


17 


113 


23 


53 


15 


39 


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103 


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(NH) 
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333 
77 



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56 

1*6 

31 

15 

10 

138 

130 

1 17 

13 

B 



6,895 
2U3 
508 

1 ,127 
62U 
295 
208 
287 

4,730 

1,321 
ID) 
(D) 
105 
31 
(D) 
(D) 
(Dl 
601 

2.359 



9,867 
Ut07U 
2>725 



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SIS 
157 
361 
1,823 
(01 
(Dl 
59*? 
500 
155 

ID) 
(Dl 



(D) 
(D) 
91 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
215 
361 
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771 
772 



13,992 

8. "56 

(N& ) 

(NA ) 

(MA ) 

(MAI 

5.336 

a. 720 

4. 2U3 

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616 



5.215 
75 
300 
605 
398 
(D) 
(D) 
287 
3.946 
ID) 
(D) 
(Dl 
(D) 

2.609 
(Dl 

460 
(D) 



9.069 
4.074 
2.725 
1 .349 
(01 



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456 
95 
361 
1 .657 
(Dl 
(Dl 

(d) 

368 
(Dl 



(Dl 
(Dl 

(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(01 
(0) 
(D) 
361 
ID) 
1 .124 
(Dl 
(Dl 

IDI 



12.062 

8.412 

6, 170 

6.048 

122 

2.242 

3.650 

3.722 

3.029 

193 

428 



1,520 
18 
100 
124 
77 
(D) 
(D) 
108 

1 ,170 
429 

in) 
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ID) 
. •• 
736 
ID) 

125 

(D) 



2.454 
818 
510 
308 
(D) 
(D) 
(Dl 



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189 
29 
160 
385 

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(D) 
76 
(D) 



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(D) 
123 
446 
235 

(ni 
(") 

65 

(H) 



3lB14 

2id97 

2,098 

3,063 

35 

709 

917 

796 

759 

37 

121 



31 ,290 

329 

1 .728 

2.650 

1 .624 

(D) 

(D) 

2.248 

24,335 

9.898 

ID) 

(D) 

ID) 

14.354 
ID) 

2.283 
(D) 



50.860 

15.551' 

10.217 

5.337 

(D) 

(D) 

(d) 



(D) 

4.070 

503 

3.567 

11 .654 

(01 

(01 

(D) 

1 .236 

ID) 



(Dl 
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65 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

ID) 

(D) 

1 . ^06 

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4.'>96 

(Dl 

ID) 

1 .309 

ID) 



76.045 
60.416 
45,509 
45.102 

40"' 
14.907 
15.629 
12. 997 
12.408 

589 
2.632 



29.388 

329 

1 .638 

2.555 

1 .557 

(D) 

fn) 

2.197 

22.669 

8.973 

ini 

ini 

ID) 

13.626 
(01 
* • • 

2.132 

(D) 



45.709 

13,706 

B.61 1 

5,095 

(D) 

(D) 

(d) 



ID) 
3,386 

500 

2.686 

11.354 

10) 

ID) 

(d) 

1.117 
ID) 



ini 

IDI 
. • . 

65 

(D) 
(D) 

IDI 

(D) 

1 .6' J 

7,94- 

4.581 

111 

(|>I 

1 f?b^ 

(1) 



74.200 

59,409 

44, 901 

44.519 

382 

14.508 

14.791 

12.161 

1 1 .656 

505 

2.630 



33 

46 
28 
(D) 
(D) 
34 
321 
126 
ID) 
ID) 
10) 

192 
ID) 
• • • 

43 
(D) 



1 ,196 
388 
269 
119 
(D) 

(d) 

(D) 



(0) 
136 
13 
123 
213 
101 
101 

(d) 

j4 
IDI 



101 
101 



(D) 
(0) 
(D) 
IDI 
(D) 

o5 
169 
101 
IDI 
IDI 

2'' 
IDI 



1 .686 

1 .258 

941 

925 

16 

317 

428 

360 

344 

16 

68 



382 

5 

28 

43 

26 

(D) 

(D) 

31 

275 

107 

(Dl 

(Dl 

(Dl 

166 
(01 

37 

(D) 



958 
327 
219 
108 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 



(01 

83 

13 

70 

206 

ID) 

ID) 

tD) 

4t> 

ID) 



ID) 
10) 

1 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
101 
(Dl 

36 
134 

88 
ID) 
(D) 

21 
IDI 



1.582 

1.212 

913 

898 

15 

299 

370 

303 

291 

12 



67 



Standard Notee: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosun. (NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere claaeified. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $500. 



Represents zero. 



3-10 



SELECTED SERVICES -AREA STATISTICS 



Table 103. SELECTED SERVICES: 1954 — STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS — Continued 
Establishments, Receipts, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



Standard metropolitan area 
and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total 

(Number) 



With 
payroll 

(Number) 



Receipts 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

(tl.OOO) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(DoUaiB) 



Full 
workweek 

(DolUiB) 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 

t Nov. 15 



Total 
(Number) 



FuU 
workweek 



Proprie- 

tora (un- 

incoipo- 

rated 

busi- 



only) 
(Number) 



TUCSON STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA- -Coextensive with Pima County. Arii. 



Selected scrrices, toMl 

( 

Persooal serrices, total 

Barber shops 

Beauty shOps -- 

Funeral service, crematories -- 

Photographic studios (including commercial photography}.. 

Shoe repair shops - 

Pressing, alteration , garment repair (except fur) 

Cleaning, dyeing plants (except rug cleaning) ' 

Power laundries, self-service laundries 

Power laundries ' 

Self-service laundries 

Other personal services -- - 

Busioess services (exc accouotiog, auditing, bookkeeping), total 

Automobile repair services, ganges, total 

Automobile repair 

General automobile repair shops 

Other automobile repair shops 

Automobile parking, other services 

Automobile storage, parking 

Other automobile services 

Miscellaneous repair services, total 

Watch, clock, jewelry repair 

Upholstery, furniture repair 

Radio, television repair shops .- 

Other repair services 

Amusement, recreation services (inc. motioD pictures), total 

Motion picture theaters 

Motion picture production, distribution, .lervices 

Billiard and pool parlors, bowling alleys. 

Other amusement, recreation services 

Hotels, motels, tourist courts, camps, total 

Hotels 

Motels, tourist courts, trailer parks, camps 



393 

89 

76 

B 

3? 

28 

13 

22 

52 

(NA) 

(NM 

13 



i69 

107 
U2 
20 
12 



20 

28 

lOU 



219 

22 

197 



)19 
22 



7.758 
793 
9«3 
592 
258 
191 
309 
90? 

2.208 
(Mfl ) 
(Nl) 

1 .5f 2 

2.271 

2.9U9 
2.163 
1 .590 
873 
tif>t 
(D) 
(D) 

1 .71U 
lUU 
23= 
252 

1 .079 

U.083 

1 .F<f2 

(D) 

160 

(D) 

6.599 
3.5U1 

3.058 



6.788 

617 

819 

(0) 

138 

97 

125 

902 

2.170 

1 .9214 

146 

(D) 

1 .903 

2.377 
1 .921 
1 .150 
771 
U56 
(D) 
(D) 

1 .180 

96 

169 

20" 

711 

3.745 
1 .862 

(D) 
(D) 

6.029 
3.541 
2.0a8 



7.200 

2 1 830 

321 

352 

143 

37 

27 

30 

397 

1 t053 

1 .024 

29 

470 

528 

536 
451 
267 
184 
85 
(D) 
<D) 

346 
22 

43 

60 

2?1 

987 
339 

(D) 
(D) 

1 .973 

1 1286 

687 



147.352 

54.052 

5.085 

6.568 

3.045 

589 

513 

601 

8.738 

21 .080 

20.46^ 

61 1 

7.83'" 

11 .707 

11 .421 
9.928 
5.993 
3.935 
1 .493 
(D) 
(D) 

7.159 

532 

978 

1 .254 

4.395 

24.370 
5,844 

(D) 
(D) 

39.14? 
25.172 
1'.971 



137.376 

50.897 

4.919 

6.359 

2.960 

559 

477 

570 

8.159 

19.C06 

13.619 

4-'7 

7.798 

10.619 

11 ll'2 
9i556 
5.P57 
3.709 
1 .4«6 
(D) 
(D) 

6.57'> 

514 

967 

1 .141 

3.957 

23.769 
5.299 

(S) 
(D) 

34.3t0 
22. CO'- 
12.2<^5 



3.348 

1 .208 

104 

133 

43 

12 

1 1 

20 

?.J0 

5J3 

4(12 

21 

183 

214 

190 

160 

98 

62 

30 

(D) 

(D) 



57* 
1o5 

(D) 
(D) 

.051 
7 JO 
350 



1 1 (.•65 

99 

123 

40 

11 

9 

19 

175 

407 

394 

13 

182 

173 

174 

147 

9? 

55 

27 

(D) 

(D) 

91 

7 
15 
15 
54 

518 
I 40 

(D* 
(D) 

893 
571 
322 



36 
32 



57 
("■«) 
(.i« ) 



146 

192 
172 
120 
52 
20 
(D) 
(D) 

171 
18 
19 
51 



(D) 
(D) 

(D) 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid tlisclosure. 
' Includes plant-owned outlets. 



(NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not appUcable. (Z) Less than $500. 



Hepresents zero. 



ARIZONA 

Table 104. SELECTED SERVICES: 1954 — COUNTIES WITH 200 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE 
Establishments, Receipts, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



3-11 



County and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total 

(Number) 



With 
payroll 



Receipts 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

(ll.OOO) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(DoUajre) 



PuU 
workweek 



Paid employees, 
workweelc ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Number) 



Full 
workweek 



Proprie- 
tora (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 
nesses 
only) 
(Number) 



COCHISE COUNTY 

Seleaed serrices, towil 

Persooal serrices, rotal 

Barber shops. — 

Beauty shops - 

Funeral se^^■ice, crematories- _ 

Photographic studios (including commercial photography).. 

Shoe repair shops - 

Pressing, alteration, garment repair (except fur) 

Cleaning, dyeing plants (except rug cleaning)' 

Power laundries, self-service laimdries 

Power laundries ' ^ 

Self-ser\ice laundries 

Other personal services 

Busioess serrices (exc accoundog, auditiog, bookkeeping), total 

Automobile repair services, garages, total.. 

.\utomobile repair 

General automobile repair shops 

Other automobile repair shops 

.\utomobile parking, other services 

.Automobile storage, parking 

Other automobile services 

Misceliaaeous repair services, total 

Watch, clock, jewelry repair 

Upholstery, fumitiu^ repair 

Radio, television repair shops 

Other repair services - 

Amusement, recreadon services (inc. modon pictures), total — 

Motion picture theaters 

Motion picture production, tiistribution, services 

Billiard and pool parlors, bowling alleys — . 

Other amusement, recreation services 

Hotels, motels, tourist courts, camps, total 

Hotels 

Motels, tourist courts, trailer parks, camps. 



MARICOPA COUNTY (See Phoenix Standard 
iVIetropolitan Area. Table 103. ) 



PIMA COUNTY (See Tucson Standard 
Metropolitan Area, Table 103. ) 



PINAL COUNTY 



Seleaed services, total . 



Persotial services, total 

Barber shops 

Beauty shops 

Ftmeral service, crematories 

Photographic studios (including commercial photography) . 

Shoe repair shops.. 

Pressing, alteration, garment repair (except fur) 

Cneaning, dyeing plants (except rug cleaning)' 

Power laundries, self-service laundries 

Power laundries ' 

Self-service laundries 

Other personal services 



Busioess services (exc accouodag. audidng. bookkeeping), total 

Aatomobde repair services, garages, total 

Automobile repair 

General automobile repair shops 

Other automobile repair shops 

Automobile parking, other services 

Automobile storage, parking 

Other automobile services 



Miscellaneous repair services, total. 

Watch, clock, jewelry repair 

Upholstery, furniture repair 

Radio, television repair shops 

Other repair services 



Amusement, recreadon services (int:. modon pictures), total. 

Motion picture theaters 

Motion picture production, distribution, servi<*s 

Billiard and pool parlors, bowling alleys 

Other amusement, recreation services 



Hotels, motels, tourist courts, camps, total 

Hotels 

Motels, tourist courts, trailer parks, eampe. 



(NS) 
(Nfl ) 



8»9 

ine 

57 

175 

liP 

22 

37 

161 

(01 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

168 



"525 
28 
(01 

(*D) 

7U2 
(Dl 



(D) 

8914 

UPO 

'llu 



855 

173 

75 

237 

mo 

'O 
ICl 

1 in 
(d) 

(«A) 

(N4) 

(C) 

(D) 

370 
(D) 
237 
(D) 
(D) 

ID) 



(D) 
(0) 



U60 
122 
"!7 



27 
(01 
18 

29 

161 
10) 
(01 
(0) 
(0) 

80 

181 
181 
(D) 
(D) 



113 
(0) 

(d) 
718 

(0) 

(0) 
137 

65U 
(D) 
(D) 



583 
1 1 1 
1(3 
237 
(D) 
• • • 
(D) 
1 10 
(0) 

(0) 
(0) 



(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(0) 
(01 



(0) 
(0) 



(0) 
(0) 



309 

70 

239 



695 

277 
33 

5 

50 

11 

• •• 

11 

60 

(0) 

(n) 

(0) 

(") 

uo 

30 

30 

(D) 

(D) 



(D) 

139 
(D) 



8 
CD) 

184 
(D) 
(D) 



1« 
57 
(n) 

(0) 
119 
(n) 

(0) 
(0) 



(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(1^) 
(0) 



10 
217 



C) 

(r)) 



15 

("1 



lU.l 8'^ 

6.228 

657 

96 

638 

213 

316 
1 .«10 
(01 
(01 
(01 
(D) 

399 

855 
855 
(D) 
(D) 



442 

• •• 
(D) 

• • ■ 
(D) 

2.350 
(0) 

295 
(D) 

3.411 
(D) 

(d) 



14.085 

3.998 
1 .306 

342 
1 .238 

(01 

(01 
972 
(0) 

• •• 
(□I 
(0) 



(d) 
(d) 
(d) 
(0) 
(01 



420 
3,447 

(0) 

(0) 

337 
(01 

933 
237 
696 



5.671 

639 

96 

638 

213 

227 

1 .365 
(D) 
(0) 
(01 
ID) 

826 

831 
831 

(d) 

(D) 



442 

• • • 
(0) 

• • • 
(D) 

2.126 

(0) 

110 

(d) 

2.988 
(D) 

to) 



13.230 

3.666 
1.259 

332 
1 .108 

(n) 

(01 
867 
(ni 

(0) 
(0) 



(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(P) 
(0) 



233 

3.396 

(n) 
(01 

252 

(0) 

833 

188 
645 



29 
(0) 
(0) 
(0) 
(0) 



(D) 
(D) 



8 
(0) 

(D) 

109 
(01 

16 
(D) 



(D) 
(D) 



21 

(0) 



(0) 
(0) 



(D) 
(D) 

(d) 

(0) 
(0) 



(J) 

(0) 



19 
(01 



135 
15 



6 
25 
(0) 
(0) 
(0) 
(0) 

14 

15 

15 

(D) 

(D) 



(0) 
(*D) 



91 

(0) 



(D) 



(D) 
(D) 



(0) 

18 

(0) 

(0) 
(0) 



(D) 
(D) 
(d) 
(0) 
(0) 



(0) 
(01 



(0) 

30 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disdosuie. 
' Includes plant-owned outlets. 



(NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $500. 



29 23 

. . Represents zero. 



3-12 



SELECTED SERVICES -AREA STATISTICS 



Table 104. SELECTED SERVICES: 1954 — COUNTIES WITH 200 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE 
Establishments, Receipts, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



■ Continued 



County and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total 

(Number) 



With 
payroll 



Receipts 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Dollan) 



Full 

workweek 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Number) 



Full 

workweek 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
bxisi- 



only) 

(Number) 



YUMA COUNTY 



Seleaed services, total _ 



Persoaal services, totil 

Barber shops ^ 

Beauty shops 

Funeral service, crematories 

Photographic studios (including commercial photography). 

Shoe repair shops _ 

Pressing, alteration, garment repair (except fur) 

Cleaning, dyeing plants (except rug cleaning)' 

Power laundries, self-service laundries _. 

Power laundries ' 

Self-service laundries 

Other personal services 



Business services (exc accouating, audiuag, bookkeeping), total. 

Automobile repair services, garages, toial 

Automobile repair 

General automobile repair shops 

Other automobile repair shops 

Automobile parking, other services. 

Automobile storage, parking 

Othef automobile services 



Miscellaneous repair services, total. 

Watch, clock, jewelry repair 

Upholstery, furniture repair 

Radio, television repair shops 

Other repair services- 



Amusemeat, recreadon services (inc. motion pictures), total- 
Motion picture theaters 

Motion picture production, distribution, services 

Billiard and pool parlors, bowling alleys 

Other amusement, recreation services 



Hotels, motels, tourist couns, camps, total. 
Hotels - 

Motels, tourist courts, trailer parks, camps. 



(NA) 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. 
' Includes plant-owned outlets. 



If 150 

mi 
^3 

(DJ 

(0) 

03 

16U 

37? 

(t'A ) 

( NA ) 



531 

(DJ 

f5" 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
ID] 

82'; 
IDI 

ID) 



(D) 

(d) 

1.6U2 

620 

1 .r22 



1 lOlO 
161 
(Dl 
(01 
10) 
101 
(Dl 

lat 

361 
(0) 
(Dl 
(01 

'175 

736 
(D) 
196 
(D) 
(01 
(01 
(01 

6<35 

(01 

(d) 

989 
689 

(D) 
(D) 

1 >262 

U66 
796 



3°7 
79 
(10 

(ni 
(151 
(01 
(HI 
82 

i;2 

(01 
(01 
(01 

1?G 

169 

(d) 
no 

(D) 
(01 
(01 
(Dl 

197 



(D) 

2)6 
115 

Id) 

(D) 

2(16 
119 
127 



27.076 

9,371 

1 |579 

91° 

(01 

(01 

(01 

(01 

1 >393 

3.828 

(01 

(Dl 

(01 

2.121 

3.299 
(d) 

2.059 
(D) 
101 
(Dl 
(01 

3.760 

(Dl 

(d) 

3.590 
1 .915 

(D) 
(D) 

1.535 
2.652 

1 .983 



25.8'e 

9,0«3 
1 .579 

e23 

(01 
(01 
(01 
(Dl 
1 l'?53 
3.711 
(01 
(01 
(01 

2.107 

3.215 

(d) 

1.975 
(D) 
(01 
(01 
(01 

3.686 



(D) 

2.916 

1 .119 

Id) 

(D) 

1.519 
2.602 
1 .917 



(01 
(01 
(01 
(Dl 
35 

ai 

(Dl 
(Dl 
(01 



(D) 
32 

(d) 

(01 

(Dl 
(Dl 



(01 
• • • 

(d) 



(D) 
(D) 



151 

25 

15 

(01 

(01 

(01 

(01 

33 

73 

(01 

(01 

(01 



(D) 
31 
(D) 
(01 
(01 
(01 



(01 

(d) 



(D) 
(D) 



(Dl 

(ri 
(n 



I Mil 

I MAI 

(1^1 



13 

(n^ 

■=7 
(D) 

(01 
(1^1 
(01 



(D) 

(d) 



(D) 

(D) 



21 
55 



(NA) Not available ii.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. 



(Z) Less than $500. 



Represents zero. 



ARIZONA 



3-13 



Table 105. SELECTED SERVICES: 1934 — CITIES WITH 200 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE 
Establishments, Receipts, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



City and kind of business 



Seleaed services, lolal . 



Personal Services 



Total-. -- 

Barber, beauty shops -- 

Barber shops 

Beauty shops .- — -- 

Barber and beauty shops combined 

Funeral ser\ice, crematories - - 

Photographic studios (including commercial photography) 

Shoe repair shops, shoeshine parlors, hat cleaning shops — 

Shoe repair shops 

Shoeshine parlore — 

Hat cleaning shops — 

Cleaning, pressing, dyeing, garment repair 

Pressing, alteration, garment repair (except fur) 

Cleaning, pressing shops, and independent plant outlets 

Garment repair, alteration (except fur) 

Fur repair, storage -- 

Cleaning, dyeing plants 

Cleaning, dyeing plants (except rug cle&ixing) '- 

Rug cleaning, repairing plants 

Laimdries, laundry services 

Power laundries, self-service laundries 

Power laundries ' ■ 

Self-service laundries 

Industrial laundries. - 

Linen supply 

Diaper service 

Laundries (except power)_ 

Miscellaneous personal services 

Costume, dress suit rental 

Turkish hath, massage parlors 

Rug, furniture cleaning on location 

CoinK)perated service machine establishments 

Miscellaneous personal services, n.e.c 

Business Services (exc Accoundag, Aoditing, Bookkeeping) 

Total 

Advertising -- 

Advertising agencies _ 

Outdoor advertising services 

Miscellaneous advertising _- 

Consumer, mercantile credit; adjustment, collection agencies... 

Private employment agencies 

News syndicates — . 

Duphcating, addressing, mailing, stenographic services — 

Blueprinting, photocopying services 

Services to dwellings, other buildings 

Disinfecting, exterminating services 

Window cleaning. - 

Miscellaneous services to dwellings, other buildings 

Business services, n.e.c 

Auctioneers' establishments (service only) 

(Doin-operated machine rental, repair services 

Detective agencies 

Interior decorating service 

Photofinishing laboratories 

Sign painting shops 

Telephone answering service 

Window display service 

Other business services, n.e.c 



Establishments 



Total 

(Number) 



Automobile Repair Services, Garages 



Total 

Automobile repair 

(^neral automobile repair shops 

Battery, ignition repair and service 

Glass replacement, repair 

Paint shops 

Radiator repair shops 

Tire repair shops .- 

Top and body repair 

Automobile repair, n e.c 

Brake repair shops 

Wheel, a.xle, spring repair shops 

Other automobile repair shops, n.e.c 

Automobile storage, parking 

Parking structures, storage garages 

Parking lots 

Automobile, truck rentals (without drivers). 

Automobile services (except repair) 

Automobile laundries 

Automobile services, n.e.c 



1 ,6^^ 



565 
2fle 

116 
132 

10 

in 



1 IV 
76 



39 

7 

56 

51 

IN«I 

(NA) 

1 



With 
payroll 



238 

188 

117 

5 

2 

7 

6 

7 

28 

16 



168 
88 
72 



1 16 
11 



Receipts 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



136 

100 

55 

3 

2 



11.778 

2.°18 

1 , 150 

1 .658 

110 

1 .059 

151 

2U1 

(D) 

(Dl 

2.U12 

621 

"76 

ia5 

1 .791 

IDI 

It. 576 

2.929 

INAI 

(NAI 

(Dl 

ID) 

'01 
121 
ID) 



CD) 



7.863 

2.027 

1 .«P7 

iril 

(d) 

(D) 
(D) 
(Dl 
2S7. 
<D)' 
623 
(D) 
2U5 
(D) 
2.992 

Td)' 

?D) 

33 

(D) 

?29 

(d) 

(D) 
2.073 



6.61 1 

t|.578 

2.202 

58 

(Dl 

2UU 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

(Jl'.OOO) 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
' Includes plant-owned outlets. 



19a 

902 

(D) 
'Dl 
(D) 
137 
(D) 
(Dl 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
253 
(D) 

!.c. Not elsewhere classified. 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



HO, 207 



10.500 
2.«8« 

(d) 

1 .U52 
ID) 
(01 
355 
109 
109 



2.00U 
257 
(D) 
(Dl 

1 .747 

(d) 

IDI 
4.tl6 
2.775 
2.491 

2e'» 

IDI 
IDI 



(d) 

IDI 
101 



7.239 

(d) 

1 .385 

IDI 

(d) 
(d) 
(d) 

ID) 
235 
ID) 
597 
(D) 
225 
(0) 
2.582 
(D) 

(D) 
(Dl 
(D) 
101 
IDI 
IDI 
1 .931 



5.981 
4.01U 
1.802 
ID) 
ID) 
ID) 
(Dl 
(D) 
8116 
653 
ID) 
(D) 
12) 
758 
ID) 
(D) 
(D) 
(Dl 
253 
(Dl 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(DoUare) 



12,78 



«1 198 

1 .071 

1*19 

61 1 

UI 

221 

91 

23 

23 



852 

68 

(D) 

(O) 

78U 
(D) 

in) 

1 .927 

1 .365 

1 .319 

"7 

ini 
in) 



ini 
(ni 



2.070 

(d) 

171 
ID) 
(D) 

(d) 

(D) 

(ni 
7« 

(D) 
298 
(D) 
luo 
IP) 
531 

m) 

W 
ini 
ini 
ini 

101 

mi 

479 



1 .502 

1.119 

431 

12 

101 

83 

'(D) 

23 

301 

210 

IDI 

(D) 

40 

216 

ini 

(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
107 

(O) 



FuU 
workweek 



256,890 



85.784 

22.820 

8.443 

13.035 

1 .342 

4,29? 

1 .794 

341 

341 



17.700 

1 .28'^ 

(D) 

(Dl 

16.420 

(D) 

(Dl 

38.690 

27.134 

25.294 

840 

(Dl 

ID) 



147 
ID) 
(Dl 



43,450 

(D) 

3.017 

(Dl 

(D) 

(d) 

(D) 

ID) 

1 .434 

(D) 

5.805 

(D) 

2.723 

10) 

)3.423 

(01 

* * t 

(D) 

IDI 
IDI 
IDI 
(01 
(D) 
10.418 



30.905 
21 .246 

8.709 
151 
(Dl 

1 .492 
,(D) 
468 

5.274 

4.068 
(Dl 
(D) 
721 

4.328 
(01 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

2.221 
IDI 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Number) 



62.702 

22.0nl 

8|156 

12.579 

1 .255 

4.115 

1.707 

321 

32 1 



17.453 

1.211 

(D) 

IDI 

16.242 

(D) 

IDI 

35.958 

25.456 

24.979 

477 

(D) 

ID) 



147 
ID) 
(D) 

• • • 



40.886 

" (d) 

3.017 
(Dl 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(ni 

1 .291 
(D) 

5.521 
(D) 

2.680 

ID) 

12.499 

ID) 

*D) 
(D) 
(D) 

(n) 

(D) 

(D) 

9.829 



29.575 

20.374 

8.246 

95 

(D) 

1 .315 

(D) 

408 

5.208 

4.018 

ID) 

(D) 

721 

4.181 

ini 

(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
2.01 ) 
IDI 



1.727 

410 

153 

227 

30 

59 

33 



346 

31 

(D) 

(Dl 

315 

(d) 

(01 
965 
633 
655 
28 
IDI 
IDI 



Full 
workweek 

(Number I 



IDI 
101 



704 

(d) 

34 

IDI 

(d) 

(D) 

(d) 

(01 
35 

(d) 

93 
(D) 

38 
(Dl 
220 
(ji 

*D) 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(01 
(01 
(Dl 
163 



540 

335 

146 

3 

(Dl 

28. 

(D) 

8 

81 

54 

10) 

Ifp) 

9 

84 

(D) 

(d) 

(D) 

(D) 

72 

(D' 



1 .590 
377 
141 
208 
28 
52 
29 



331 
27 
(D) 
(Dl 
• • • 
304 
(D) 
(Dl 
786 
608 
595 
12 
(Dl 
(Dl 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 



only) 
(Number) 



ID) 
ID) 



605 

(D) 

34 

ID) 

(d)- 

(D) 
(D) 
(0) 

29 
(D) 

85 
(D) 

37 
101 
)94 
ID) 

(D* 
(0) 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(Dl 
145 



493 
313 
133 
2 
(Dl 
23 

(dJi 

7 

80 

53 

(01 

(D) 

9 

76 

(Dl 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

57 

(Dl 



564 
275 
135 
132 
8 
1 1 



(D) 

(D) 
119 
79 
(D) 
(01 



(D) 

ID) 

66 

64 
1N«I 
(MA 1 

in 

IDI 

(DJ- 
22 

IDI 
(Dl 
(D) 

(01 



223. 
(D) 

1 1 
(01 
(D) 

(d) 

(D) 
IDI 
25 

(d) 
26 

(D) 
1 3 

ini 

114 

(PI 

(D) 
(PI 

ini 
101 
in 

IDI 



236 
205 
126 

5 

(Dl 

1 1 

(D) 

8 

30 

16 

(D) 

(D) 

8 
16 
(01 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

2 
(D) 



XXX Not appUcable. ( Z ) Less than $600. 



Represents zero. 



3-14 



SELECTED SERVICES -AREA STATISTICS 



Table 105. SELECTED SERVICES: 1954 — CITIES WITH 200 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE — Continued 



Establishments, Receipts, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



City and kind of 



Establishments 



Total 

(Number) 



With 
payroll 



Receipts 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

(tl.OOOl 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(DoUare) 



FuU 
workweek 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 



FuU 
workweek 



PHOENIX — Con. 



Miscellaoeoas Repair Services 



Total. 

Watch, clock, jewelry repair 

Upholstery, furniture repair 

Electrical repair shops 

Radio, television repair shops 

Refrigerator service, repair shops 

Other electrical repair shops, n.e.c 

Blacksmith shops 

Miscellaneous repair shops 

Armature rewinding, electric motor repair and rebuilding 

Bicycle repair shops -- 

Leather goods repair shops ' 

Locksmith, gunsmith shops 

Musical mstrument repair 

Repair shops, n.e.c 

Lawnmower, saw, knife, tool sharpening and repair shops.. 

Typewriter repair shops 

Welding repair shops 

Other repair shops, n.e.c 



Amusemeot, Recreadoo Services (inc Motioa Pictures) 

Total 

Motion picture theaters 

Motion picture theaters (except drive-in) 

Drive-in motion picture theaters 

Motion picture production, distribution, services 

Motion picture production 

Motion picture production other than for television 

Motion picture production for television 

Motion picture distribution 

Motion picture fihn exchanges other than for television. 

Motion picture film exchanges for television 

•Services allied to motion picture distribution 

Services allied to motion picture production 

Bilhard and pool parlors, bowling alleys 

Billiard, pool parlors.. 

Bowl ing alleys 

Race track operation (including racing stables) 

Automobile 



Dog. 



Horse (including racing stables) 

Sports promoters, commercial operators 

Baseball, football, athletic fields, sporta promoters 

Baseball clubs 

Football clubs.. 

Other sports clubs, promoters 

Bathing beaches.. 

Golf courses 

Riding academies 

Skating rinks 

Swimming pools 

Commercial sports operators, n.e.c 

Boat, canoe rentals 

Other commercial sports operators, n.e.c 

Theatrical presentations and services 

Bands, orchestras, entertainers 

Dance halls, studios, schools (exc. children's, professional) _ 

Membership golf, country clubs 

Amusement, recreation services, n.e.c 

Amusement parks, devices, shooting galleries 

Carnivals, circuses 

<3oin-operatcd amusement device establishments 

Other amusement, recreation services, n.e.c 



Hotels, Motels, Tourist Courts, Camps 



130 
15 



(D) 
?21 
636 
2U8 
194 
19U 
(0) 
3i377 
ID) 

(D) 

U7 

(D) 
2.072 

(n) 
(D) 
138 
(D) 



6,080 

2,86^ 

2,07H 

■790 



326 
(D) 
(0) 
13 

(0) 
(D) 
387 
(D) 



(D) 

ID) 
ID) 

P8 
IDI 

U9 
ID) 
(D) 
ID) 
)57 
(D) 
ID) 
1 .365 
ID) 
ID) 
680 
214 



3.694 
(D) 
337 
328 
176 
ID) 
(D) 
10) 

3.063 
(0) 

ID) 
ID) 

1 .812 
ID) 

(*d' 

1.486 



5,600 

2,364 

2,074 

790 



Total 

Hotels 

Year-round 

25 or more guest rooms 

Less than 25 guest rooms 

Seasonal 

Motels, tourist courts, camps 

Motels, tourist courts, trailer parka 

Motels, tourist courts 

Trailer parks 

Sporting, recreational camps 



240 
56 



34.601 

INM 35 (M) (d) (d) (d) 

IN») 24 IMA) U.809 1,577 33.314 

IN«) 11 !•''») (D) Td) t") 

IN«) 1 (^'4> 10) (") ID) 

184 64 2.764 2.082 551 9.179 

177 63 2.711 (d) (d) (d) 

145 5B 2.452 1.916 502 ^.817 8.506 

3? 8 259 (d) (d) (d) (d) 

ID] ID) 

Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid diaclcsuie. (NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not appUcable. (Z) Less than $500. 



ID) 
ID) 
ID) 
ID) 



275 
ID) 



ID) 
ID) 



ID) 
ID) 
ID) 
(D) 
ID) 
141 
(D) 
IDl 

fo) 

ID) 
ID) 
(D) 

ID) 



7.193 



1.104 
(D) 
■'3 
72 
•56 

in) 

(D) 

m) 

930 

ini 

in) 
IP) 

5»5 
ID) 

'w 

teo 



1 ,598 
540 
361 
189 



145 
(D) 
IDl 

ini 



60 
ID) 



in) 

ID) 



10) 
ID) 

in) 
mi 
IP) 

98 

(b) 

ID) 
(D) 
ID) 
IP) 
(D) 

in) 



23.373 
(D) 
1 .336 
1 .756 
859 
ID) 
(D) 
ID) 

19,905 
ID) 

• •• 
ID) 
ID) 

10.494 
ID) 

• •• 
CD) 

9,489 



29,598 

10,476 

6,931 

3.547 



2,216 



3.330 

(D) 
ID) 
ID) 

ID) 

1 ,041 
ID) 



ID) 
(0) 



ID) 
ID) 
ID) 
ID) 
ID) 
1 ,031 
(0) 

id: 

(D) 
10) 
ID) 
(D) 
ID) 



43,780 



22,05J- 
(D) 
1 ,2'^2 
1 l7'=6 
359 
(D) 
(D) 
ID) 

18,699 
(P) 

ID) 
ID) 

10,172 
10) 

(D) 
9,218 



25,840 
9,539 
6, 138 
3,351 



2,679 

(O) 
IP) 
(D) 

IP) 

922 

10) 



IP) 
IP) 



ID) 
IP) 
IP) 
ID) 
IP) 
838 
(D) 
IP) 
(D) 
IP) 
IP) 
(D) 
IP) 



42,951 
34,167 
(D) 
32,880 
tD) 
ID) 
8,784 

(b) 

8,50 



309 

(D) 

27 

30 

16 

ID) 

(D) 

ID) 

24 = 

ID) 

ID) 
ID) 

126 
ID) 

(D* 
)07 



765 

270 

197 

73 



112 
(D) 
10) 
10) 



40 
10) 



10) 
ID) 
(0) 
ID) 
10) 
39 
(D) 
10) 
(D) 
IDl 
ID) 
(D) 
(0) 



272 

(D) 

2? 

30 

16 

ID) 

(D) 

ID) 

214 

ID) 

ID) 
ID) 

• • • 
114 
ID) 

• • • 
(D) 

97 



566 

225 

159 

66 



61 
(D) 
10) 
10) 



31 
ID) 



10) 
10) 



ID) 
10) 
ID) 
10) 
ID) 
24 
(D) 
ID) 
(Dl 
ID) 
10) 
(D) 
ID) 



9)7 
678 
(D) 
650 
(D) 
10) 
239 

(d) 

228 

(d) 

10) 
, . . Repreeents zero. 



874 
663 
(D) 
635 

(dT 

10) 
211 
(D) 
204 
(D)' 
ID) 



ARIZONA 



3-15 



Table 105. SELECTED SERVICES: 1954 — CITIES WITH 200 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE 
Establishments, Receipts, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



• Continued 



City and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total 
(Number) 



With 
payroll 

(Number) 



Receipts 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire 
year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Dollars) 



FuU 
workweek 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Number) 



Full 
workweek 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 



only) 
(Number) 



Selected services, tot»l . 



Persoo&l serrices, total 

Barber shops 

Beauty shops --_ 

Funeral ser%'ice, crematories — 

Photographic studios (including commercial photography). 

Shoe repair shops 

Pressing, alteration, garment repair (except fur)_. - 

Cleaning, dyeing plants (except rug cleaning)^.. 

Power laundries, self-service laundries 

Power laundries '. -- 

Self-service laundries 

Other personal services 



Busioess services (exc accouotiog, ftudidog, bookkeepiog), total... 

Automobile repair services, garages, total 

Automobile repair 

General automobile repair shops 

Other automobile repair shops 

Automobile parking, other services 

Automobile storage, parking.. 

Other automobile services 



Misceliaoeous repair services, total . 

Watch, clock, jewelry repair 

Upholstery, furniture repair 

Radio, television repair shops 

Other repair services 



Amusement, recreatioa servitres (inc. modon pitrtures), total.. 

Motion picture theaters 

Motion picture production, distribution, services 

Billiard and pool parlors, bowling alleys 

Other amusement, recreation services 



Hotels, motels, tourist courts, camps, total 

Hotels 

Motels, tourist courts, trailer parks, camps. 



276 

63 

61 



32 

12 
39 

(N4> 
25 



158 
«1 

m 

6 

6 

a 

10 
12 
23 



17.956 

5.739 
600 
86! 
(D) 
216 
173 
210 
562 

2.078 

(WA) 

(MA) 

(D) 

1 .9IU 

2.000 
1.515 
926 
589 
U85 
(D) 

(d) 

1.159 
(D) 
(D) 
220 
59U 

1.901 

1 .121 

(□) 

io, 

605 

1.253 
3. 128 
1 . 125 



15.532 

6.089 
SO 6 
771 
(D) 
138 
97 
(DJ 
552 

(d) 

1 .B23 
(D) 

lU) 

1 .69a 

1 .800 
1 .315 
782 
553 
U55 
(D) 

(d) 

893 
(D) 

'd) 

2UU 
130 

1.755 
I .121 

• • • 
(Dl 
to) 

It. 101 

3.128 

973 



5.551 

2i594 

2U7 

338 

(D) 

37 

27 

(D) 

281 

ID) 

ItOll 

(D) 

(D) 

Ult9 

403 
318 
185 
133 
85 
ID) 
(D) 

257 
(D) 
(D) 
50 
132 

432 
208 

In' 

ID) 

1 .396 

lil69 

227 



107.822 

49.040 

3.592 

5.383 

(D) 

589 

513 

(D) 

5.8/2 

(d) 

20.250 

(D) 
(□) 

10.166 

8.553 
7.160 
4.231 
2.929 
1 .493 
(") 
(D) 

5.293 

(D) 

(D) 

1 .2=4 

2.529 

7.158 

3.790 

■ • • 

ID) 
fD5 

27.512 

23.296 

4.216 



99.747 

45.125 

3.585 

6.194 

(D) 

477 
(D) 
5.350 
(D) 
18.439 
(D) 
(D) 

9.161 

8.444 
6.978 
4.174 
2.804 
1 .465 
(D) 

(d) 

U.819 

(D) 

(D) 

1.141 

2.197 

5.542 
3.362 

(D) 

In) 

24.556 

20.472 

4.084 



82 
127 
(D) 
12 
11 
(D) 
132 
(D) 
473 
(Dl 
(□) 

186 

141 

1 11 

55 

46 

30 

(d) 

(D) 

84 
(D) 
(D) 



(Dl 
(D) 

780 
648 
132 



951 

78 

1 19 

(D) 

I I 

9 

(o) 

111 

(D) 
388 
(D) 
(D) 

149 

130 
103 
63 

40 
27 

(D) 

(d) 

68 

(D) 

(D) 

15 

31 

150 
74 

(01 
(D) 

548 
530 
118 



727 

291 
53 
60 

(D) 

2U 
CD) 

14 

(Dl 

INA) 

(NS) 

(D) 

99 

108 
89 
57 
32 
1.9 

(D) 

(d) 



(D) 

(d) 

1» 



Cd)" 

(13) 
(D) 



Standard Notes; (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. 
' Includes plant-owned outlets. 



(NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not apphcable. (Z) Less than $500. 



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CONTENTS 



Table 

101. Selected Services : igS'i - The State ^-4 

lOlA. Selected Services : 19-48 - The State 4_6 

102. Selected Services: 195-4 - Counties; Cities of 2,500 Inhabitants or 

More 4._7 

103. Selected Services: 195"4 - Standard Metropolitan Areas 4—10 

104. Selected Services: 195<4 - Coxmties With 200 Establishments or More 4-11 

105. Selected Services: 195-4 - Cities With 200 Establishments or More 4_i4 

-4-3 



4-4 



SELECTED SERVICES -AREA STATISTICS 



Table 101. SELECTED SERVICES: 1954 — THE STATE 
Establishments, Receipts, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



Kind of business 



Establishments 



Total 

(Number) 



With 
payroll 

(Number) 



Receipts 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

(tl.OOO) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Dollars) 



FuU 
workweek 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Number) 



FuU 
workweek 



Seleaed services, total 

Personal Services 
Total 

Barber, beauty shops 

Barber shops 

Beauty shops 

Barber and beauty shops combined 

Funeral service, crematories 

Photographic studios (including commercial photography) 

Shoe repair shops, shoeshine parlors, hat cleaning shops 

Shoe repair shops 

Shoeshine parlors 

Hat cleaning shops 

Cleaning, pressing, dyeing, garment repair __ 

Pressing, alteration, garment repair (except fur) 

Cleaning, pressing shops, and independent plant outlets.. 

Garment repair, alteration (except fur) 

Fur repair, storage 

Cleaning, dyeing plants 

Cleaning, dyeing plants (except rug cleaning) ' 

Rug cleaning, repairing plants 

Laundries, laundry services 

Power laundries, self-service laundries -. 

Power laundries '.... 

Self-service laundries 

Industrial laundries 

Linen supply 

Diaper service 

Laundries (except power) 

Miscellaneous personal services 

Ckjstume, dress suit rental 

Turkish bath, massage parlors 

Rug, furniture cleaning on location 

C^in-operated service machine establishments 

Miscellaneous personal services, n.e.c 

Basioess Services (exc Accotmdog, Auditing, Bookkeeping) 

Total 

Advertising 

Advertising agencies. 

Outdoor advertising services 

Miscellaneous advertising 

Oinsumer, mercantile credit; adjustment, collection agencies.. 

Private employment agencies _. 

News syndicates 

DupUcating, addressing, mailing, stenographic services 

Blueprinting, photocopying services 

Services to dwellings, other buildings 

Disinfecting, exterminating services 

Window cleaning _ 

Miscellaneous services to dwellings, other buildings 

Business services, n.e.c 

Auctioneers' estabhshments (service only) 

(Doin-operated machine rental, repair services 

Detective agencies _. 

Interior decorating service 

PhotoBnishing laboratories 

Sign painting shops 

Telephone answering service 

Window display service 

Other business services, n.e.c 

Aatomobile Repair Services, Garages 

Toul._ _ 

Automobile repair 

General automobile repair shops 

Battery, ignition repair and service 

Glass replacement, repair 

Paint shops 

Radiator repair shops 

Tire repair shops 

Top and body repair 

Automobile repair, n.e.c 

Brake repair shops 

Wheel, axle, spring repair shops 

Other automobile repair shops, n.e.c 

Automobile storage, parking 

Parking structures, storage garages 

Parking Iota 

Automobile, truck rentals (without drivere) 

Automobile services (except repair) 

Automobile laundries 

Automobile services, n.e.c 



7i 1 15 



2 1960 
If 600 
781 
797 
22 
185 
125 
215 
202 



553 

178 

1115 

33 

2 

383 

380 

3 

2m 

209 

(NA) 

(NA) 

2 



595 
33 



t|7 
11 

2 
20 

5 
52 
t*5 

U 

3 

U25 

25 



951 

904 

57lt 

13 

8 

13 

29 

38 

112 

17 



1 .562 

696 

343 

333 

20 

157 

53 

57 

62 

2 

3 

431 

72 

63 

9 

2 

357 

355 

1 

147 

129 

87 

42 

2 

7 



173 
23 



415 

386 

268 

5 

8 

5 

15 

26 

50 

9 



37.096 

8.466 

4.288 

3.922 

256 

7.214 

1 .547 

1 .347 

1 .277 

18 

52 

9.351 

1 .287 

1.198 

89 

(Dl 

(D) 

8.514 

(D) 

8.040 

6.361 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(0) 

1.361 

(D) 

39 

531 

(0) 

430 

(0) 
87 



8.651 

2.104 

1 .149 

854 

101 

936 

185 

ID) 

163 

336 

1.185 

1 .144 

27 



14 
(D) 
143 



242 
420 



13.685 
12.815 
8.699 
169 
389 
155 
417 
846 
1 .717 
423 
(D) 
(0) 
209 
474 
(D) 
(D) 
278 
119 
(D) 
(Dl 



32.026 

5.906 

3.010 

(D) 

(D) 

6.924 

1 .207 

717 

555 

(D) 

(0) 

9.095 

785 

748 

37 

(D) 

(D) 

8.274 

(D) 

7.595 

6.051 

5.768 

293 

(Dl 

(0) 

(D) 

21 

481 

418 



6.837 
2.056 
1 .129 
826 
101 
874 
179 

109 
335 

1 .039 

1 .005 

(Dl 

(D) 

2.244 



(□) 
(0) 
(0) 
292 
(0) 



10.526 

9.761 

6.699 

101 

389 

83 

301 

572 

1 .151 

355 



ID) 
(D) 
454 
(D) 
(D) 
192 
119 
(D) 
ID) 



1 2 . 1 08 

2.432 

1 .335 

973 

123 

1 .508 

255 

157 

137 

ID) 

10) 

3.812 

239 

225 

13 

(D) 

(D) 

3.567 

ID) 

3.573 

3.087 

3.020 

67 

(D) 

496 

(D) 

5 

270 

250 



2.241 
414 

75 
304 

35 
442 

40 



28 
90 
379 
358 
(D) 
(D) 
848 



(D) 
ID) 
57 



2.573 

2.388 

1 .573 

22 

57 

12 

99 

140 

363 

122 

ID) 
(D) 
116 
(D) 
(d) 
28 
41 

(d) 

(D) 



244.751 

50.729 

27.845 

20.369 

2.514 

29.91 1 

5.404 

3.250 

2.707 

(D) 

(D) 

77.822 

4.626 

4.355 

270 

ID) 

(d) 

72.884 

ID) 

72.108 

59.770 

58.494 

1 .276 

ID) 

9.987 

(D) 

255 

4.537 

4.054 



44.720 
7.732 
1 .209 
5.805 

717 
8.339 

861 

833 

1 .714 

8.454 

8.1 33 

ID) 

ID) 

16.277 



ID) 

(Dl 

1 .053 

2.051 

(Dl 

1 1 .775 



51 .948 

48.057 

30.558 

394 

1 .485 

250 

2.21 6 

2.849 

7.552 

2.752 

IDI 
M 
2.473 
ID) 
(D) 
486 
922 
(D) 
ID) 



235.355 

48.077 

26.353 

19.280 

2.429 

29.178 

6.109 

2.980 

2.471 

ID) 

(D) 

74.450 

4.357 

4.102 

255 

(0) 

(D) 

69.781 

(D) 

70.079 

57.925 

56.788 

1.137 

ID) 

9.867 

(D) 

223 

4.433 

4.029 



42.836 
7.432 
1 .179 
5.770 
483 
8.455 
788 

767 

1 .438 

8.213 

7.337 

ID) 

ID) 

15.738 



ID) 

(D) 

1 .029 

2.007 

(D) 

1 1 .314 



50.217 

45.521 

29.384 

394 

1 .485 

250 

2.21 6 

2.789 

7.175 

2.427 

(D) 
(D) 
2.380 
ID) 
(D) 
486 
730 
(D) 
ID) 



15.980 



7.002 

1.231 

577 

593 

61 

674 

152 

93 

81 

IDI 

(Dl 

2.375 

150 

142 

8 

IDI 

(D) 

2.218 

IDI 

2.363 

2.056 

1.995 

61 

IDI 

247 

(D) 

13 

114 



93 



820 
139 
17 
98 
24 
185 
20 

16 
33 

152 
143 
IDI 
101 
275 



IDI 
ID) 
20 
37 
ID) 



1 .053 

934 

522 

7 

22 

6 

37 



ID) 

(D) 

66 

(0) 

(D) 

10 

43 

(D) 

(D) 



5.431 

1 .096 

516 

527 

53 

620 

127 

80 

70 

ID) 

10) 

2.) 94 

135 

129 

7 

(Dl 

(D) 

2.051 

(01 

2.202 

1 .907 

1 .858 

49 

(01 

240 

(D) 

9 

1 12 



718 

120 

16 

96 

8 

151 

17 

13 
25 
139 
130 
(01 
IDI 
243 



(Dl 

IDI 

19 



980 
884 
593 



5 

37 

59 

121 

39 

IDI 

(D) 

60 

IDI 

(D) 

10 

26 

(D) 

IDI 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid distdosure. 
* Includes plant-owned outlets. 



(NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classiiied. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $500. 



Represents zero. 



ARKANSAS 



4-5 



Table 101. SELECTED SERVICES: 1954 — THE STATE — Continued 
Establishments, Receipts, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



Kind of business 



Establishments 



Total 
(Number) 



With 
payroll 



Receipts 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 

year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
netirest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Dotlars) 



Full 

workweek 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



ToUl 

(Number) 



FuU 
workweek 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 
nesses 
only) 
(Number) 



Miscellaneous Repair Services 

Total 

Watch, clock, jewelry repair 

Uphd^tcrj', funiiture repair 

Electrical repair shops 

Radio, tcle\Tsion repair shops 

Refrigerator seT\'ice, repair shops 

Other electrical repair shops, n.e.c 

Blacksmith shops 

Miscellaneous repair shops 

Armature rewinding, electric motor repair and rebuilding... 

Bicycle repair shops 

Leather goods repair shops 

Locksmith, gunsmith shops. 

Musical instrument repair. _ 

Repair shops, n.e.c 

Lanimiower, saw, knife, tool sharpening and repair shops. 

Tj'pewriter repair shops 

Welding repair shops 

Other repair shops, n.e.c 

Amusemeot. Recreatioo Services (inc. Motioo Pictures) 

Total 

Motion picture theaters 

Motion picture theaters (except drive-in) 

Drive-in motion picture theaters 

Motion picture production, distribution, services 

Motion picture production,.. 

Motion picture production other than for television 

Motion picture production for te]e\*i8ion 

Motion picture distribution.. 

Motion picture film exchanges other than for televisitni.. 

Motion picture film exchanges for television 

Services allied to motion picture tlistribution 

Services allied to motion picture production 

Billiard and pool parlors, bowling alleys 

BiUiard. pool parlors 

Bowling alleys 

Race track operation (including racing stables) 

Automobile 

Dog 

Horse (including racing stables) 

Sports promoters, commercial operators 

Baseball, football, athletic fields, sports promoters 

Baseball clubs 

Football clubs 

Other sports clubs, promoters 

Bathing beaches 

Golf courses. 

Riding academies 

Skating rinks 

Swimming pools 

Commercial sports operators, n.e.c 

Boat, canoe rentals 

Other commercial sports operators, n.e.c 

Theatrical presentations and services 

Bands, orchestras, entertainers 

Dance halls, studios, schools (exc. children's, professional) 

Membership golf, country clubs 

Amusement, recreation services, n.e.c 

Amusement parks, devices, shooting galleries 

Carnivals, circuses. 

Coin-operated amusement device estabUshments 

Other amusement, recreation services, n.e.c 

Hotels, Motels, Tourist Conns, Camps 

Total 

Hotels 

Year-round 

25 or more guest rooms 

Less than 25 guest rooms 

Seasonal 

Motels, tourist courts, camps 

Motels, tourist courts, trailer parks 

Motels, tourist courts 

Trailer parks 

Sporting, recreational camps 



983 
105 
86 
273 
175 
145 
53 
7U 

25 

7 

16 

17 

380 

12 

6 

108 

25« 



790 

296 

2140 

56 

2 



196 

183 

13 

7 



26 

5 
31 
27 

14 

2 
1 1 

6 
32 
152 
25 
12 
59 



835 

233 

(NA) 

(NAI 

<NAI 

(NAI 

603 

519 

507 

12 

84 



295 
17 
28 
73 
«9 
15 
9 
12 

165 

21 

3 

6 
1 

13« 

2 

2 

«2 

88 



53« 
255 
21"4 



424 
173 
159 
107 
52 

4 
251 
237 
235 

2 
14 



12.295 

720 

758 

3,150 

2,102 

454 

594 

343 

7,324 

1 . 156 

54 

157 

62 

5,895 

49 

19 

1 ,545 

4.2S2 



22,366 

11 .475 

9.264 

2.212 

(01 



(Dl 
(01 



2.031 

1 .490 

541 

101 

(Dl 

101 
755 
(D) 
136 

(D) 

(Dl 

50 

174 

52 

226 

208 

18 

(01 

143 

68 

1 .553 

4.403 

175 

451 

2.755 

1,021 



19.010 

13,056 

(NAI 

(NAI 

(NAI 

(NAI 

5.954 

5.418 

5,369 

49 

536 



6,947 

332 

432 

1 .846 

1 .130 

272 

394 

157 

6,180 

1 ,136 

(01 

75 

(Dl 

4.931 

(Dl 

(Dl 

1 ,207 

3,706 



20,910 
1 1 .268 
9,128 
2.140 



1 .525 

(D) 
(01 
(01 
(Dl 

101 
459 
(Dl 
136 

(Dl 
(Dl 
42 

54 
52 
83 



129 

63 

1 ,553 

(D) 
103 
389 
2.535 
(d) 



17.225 

12.774 

12,496 

11 .944 

552 

278 

4.452 

4.222 

(D) 

(Dl 

230 



2.567 

105 

133 

373 

255 

45 

71 

42 

1 ,914 

336 

(01 

25 
(Dl 

1 ,544 
(Dl 
(01 
319 

1 .224 



4,598 

2.320 

1.e91 

429 



417 
251 
165 
(Dl 
(01 

(Dl 
183 
(D) 
131 

(Dl 
IDI 



71 

21 

517 

(D) 

25 

78 

389 

(D) 



4.790 

3,979 

3,890 

3,756 

134 

89 

81 1 

752 

(D) 

(Dl 

49 



48,781 

2.556 

2,545 

7.352 

5.025 

902 

1 ,435 

541 

35,577 

7,196 

(Dl 

428 
(01 

27.877 

(01 

(Dl 

5,217 

21 .626 



75.148 

41 .435 

34.133 

7.302 



7.73' 

4.125 

3.512 

(Dl 

(Dl 

(Dl 

1 .589 

(D) 

150 

(Dl 
(Dl 
157 

307 
243 
251 
251 



1 .402 
509 
10.522 
(D) 
254 
561 
7.044 
(D) 



101 .145 

37,404 

85,727 

83,390 

2,337 

1,677 

13.741 

12.381 

(D) 

(Dl 

860 



46.285 

2,403 

2,395 

7,047 

4,779 

347 

1 ,421 

641 

33.799 

6,374 

(Dl 

426 
(Dl 

26,825 

(Dl 

(Dl 

5,938 

20.303 



71 ,272 

59.593 

32.712 

6.88 



7,01 
3,83 

3,18 
(0 
(0 

(0 
1 .496 
(D) 
150 

(Dl 
(Dl 
157 

307 
243 
160 
150 



1 .240 
506 

9.871 
CD) 
183 
561 

5,965 

(d) 



97.834 
84,956 
83,279 
81 .01 1 
2.253 
1.677 
12.378 
12,013 

(d) 

(01 
850 



879 

46 

69 

155 

109 

17 

29 

1 1 

598 

123 

(Dl 



1 1 
(Dl 
455 
(Dl 
(01 
122 
332 



2,608 

1 .709 

1 ,402 

307 



153 
15 
(0 
(0 

(0 
52 
(D) 
4 

(Dl 

(01 

5 

8 

7 



22 

15 
245 
(D) 
15 
13 
143 
(D) 



3,618 

3,093 

3,054 

2.945 

109 

44 

520 

500 

(D) 

(Dl 

20 



39 

59 

137 

94 

15 

27 

11 

547 

111 

(Dl 

11 
(Dl 
421 
(01 
(Dl 
1 12 
308 



2,305 

1 ,541 

1 ,282 

259 



251 
138 
113 
(Dl 
(Dl 



(D) 



(Dl 
(Dl 

5 



14 

15 

214 

(D) 

5 

13 

133 

(D) 



3,381 

2,920 

2,375 

2.777 

99 

44 

461 

441 

(d) 

(Dl 
20 



1,046 

110 

93 

310 

197 

47 

56 

71 

452 

29 

(Dl 

18 
(Dl 
391 
(Dl 
(Dl 
114 
253 



595 
173 
143 
30 
(D) 



(D) 
(D) 



212 
193 

19 

(Dl 
(Dl 

(Dl 
90 
(D) 



(Dl 
(Dl 

7 



37 
33 



(D) 



(D) 
35 



(D) 



855 

212 

(NAI 

(NAI 

(NAI 

(NAI 

653 

563 

(D) 

(Dl 

90 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $500. 



Represents zero. 



4-6 



SELECTED SERVICES -AREA STATISTICS 



Table 10 lA. SELECTED SERVICES: 1948 — THE STATE 
Establishments and Receipts, by Kind of Business 



Kind of business 



Establish- 
ments 

(Number) 



Receipts 

($1.0001 



Kind of business 



Establish- 
ments 
(Number) 



Receipts 

(11.000) 



Personal Services 

Barber, beauty shops 

Harher shops 

Beauty shops -- 

Barlier and beauty shops combined ....-- 



Cleaning, dyeing plants .- .- - -- — - 

Cleaning, dyeing plants (exe. rug cleaning). _ .. _ 

Hug cleaning, repairing plants . - 

l-'uneral service, crematflries . . — . 

Laundries, laundry servir;es. _ _ . 

Laundrie.s, power ^- 
Linen supply .service 
Diaper service .. _ 
Laqndries (exc. power! 

Photographic studios 

Photographic studios (axe. commercial photography) 

( 'onunercial photography . 

Prejising. alteration, garment repair shops . - . . 

Pressing, alteration, garment repair shops (exc. fur repair and 

storage) 

Fur repair and storage shops . . - 

.Shoe repair shops, shoeshine parlors, hat cleaning shops - 

Shoe repair shops. . . 

.Shoeshine parlors - _. 

Hat cleaning shops. . 

Miscellaneous personal service-s 

Self-service laundries ... 

Miscellaneous personal services, ne. c — — 

Costume and dre-ss suit rental agencies. . 

Turkish baths. mas.sage parlors . — 

Other miscellaneous [lersonal services, n. e. c . 



Business Services 



*.\dverlising 

•Advertising agencies. . . 

Outdoor advertising service . 

Miscellaneous advertising service. 

Consumer credit reporting agencies, mercantile reporting agencies. 

adjustment and collection agencies . 

Duplicatmg. addressmg. blueprinting, photocopying mailing, mail- 
ing list, stenographic services. 

Duplicating, addressing, mailing, mailing list, stenographic 

services ... . 

Duplicating, addressing, mailing, mailing list services 

Public stenographic services, court reporting . 

Blueprinting, photocopying services . ... 

Employment agencies, private ... — 



•News syndicates. . . . 

Services to dwellings and other buildings . 

Disinfecting, exterminating service 

Window cleaning service. 

•Miscellaneous service to dwellings and other buildings. 

•Business .services, n. e. c ... 

Auctioneers' establishments (service only) 

•Coin-operated machine rental and repair services 

Detective agencies . 

•Interior decorating .service . . . 

Photofinishing laboratories 

Sign painting shops .. 

Telephone answering service. . 

Window display service 

•(Jther business services, n. e. c_ , 



Aacomobile Repair Serricei, Ganges 

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 ..l-_ 

Automobile repair shops, n. e, c ._ 

Brake repair shops . 

Wheel, axle, spring repair shops. 

Other automobile repair shops, n. c. c 



1,401 
730 
634 

37 

451 

445 

6 



103 
81 
6 
3 

13 

120 
106 
14 



76 
2 

296 

280 

10 

6 

153 
130 
23 



959 

765 



6,106 

3,192 

2,588 

326 

6,927 

6,894 

33 



7,691 

6,604 

974 



949 
853 
96 



(D) 
CO 
1,612 
1,511 
23 
78 

1,686 

589 

1,097 

1,056 
41 



721 
296 
425 



424 

213 

(D) 
60 
(D) 
tD) 



490 
490 



945 
42 
357 
(D) 
(D) 
70 
210 
(D) 
CD) 
126 



8,460 

6,315 

102 

206 

121 

171 

239 

1,M4 

162 

CD) 

30 

CD) 



Amomobilc Repair Secrices, Garages — Con. 

.\utomoliile rentals (without drivers) 

Automobile storage, parking- 

Storage garages _ . 

Parking lots _ 

.\utomobile services (exc. repairs) 

Automobile laundries 

Automobile services, n. e. c , 



Miscellaoeous Repair Services 

Blacksmith shops _ . .- 

'Electrical repair shops. . 

•Radio repair shops. . 

Refrigerator service and repair shops 

Other electrical repair shops (inc. electrical appliance repair shops). 

Upholstery, furniture repair shops 

Watch, clock, jewelry repair shops _ . . _ - 

Miscellaneous repair shops 

•Armature rewinding shops. - 

Bicycle repair shops . . 

Leather goods repair shops 

Lticksmith, 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 machme repair shops . . _ _ _ . - . 

Stove repair shops - - - 

Taxidermists 

Typewriter repair shops --.-....-.. 

•Welding shops 

•Other repair shops, n. e. c _ _ . _ , . 



Afflusements 

Motion picture theaters. ... 

Motion picture theaters, regular _ 

Outdoor motion picture theaters 

Portable motion picture theaters 

Bands, orchestras, and entertainers. 

Bowling alleys, billiard and pool parlors. . 

Billiard and pool parlors. 

Bowling alleys 

'Dance halls, studios, and schools 

Race track operation. 

Automobile . . 

Dog 



•Horse _ _ - 

Sports promoters and commercial operators. 

Ba.seball and football clubs, athletic fields, sports promotere 

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 rinks, ice. . 

Swimming pools 

{'ommercial 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 service - 

Amusement devices - 

,\musement parks ... - 

Shooting galleries . . 

Coin-operated amusement device services . . , . . - . 

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



Hotels. Tourisi Courii 



Hotels 
Tourist courts 



169 

110 
23 

36 



28i 

15 

9 

1 
10 



348 

334 

5 



263 

251 
12 



304 

403 



Standard Notes: (d) Withheld to avoid dieclosure. (NA) Not available or not applicable. d. e, c. Not eleewhere claflslfied. ... Repreaento zero. 

*Data not comparable with 195't' because of difference in enumeration technlquee In the two ceneuses (eee text). 

iData in this table differ from those which appeared in the 191*8 Census of Service Trade. Such data were adjusted to exclude data for eetabllshnients with no payroll which had 
receipts of less than $1,000. 

^Includes Industrial laundries. 



ARKANSAS 



4-7 



Table 102. SELECTED SERVICES. 1954 — COUNTIES; CITIES OF 2,500 INHABITANTS OR MORE 
Toul Selected Services — Establishments, Receipts, Payroll, and Personnel; Kind-of-Business Group — Establishments and Receipts 





Total 


Kind-of -business group 


County and city 


Establishments 


Receipts 


Payroll, 
entire 
year 

(Jl.OOOl 


Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 


Proprie- 
tore (un- 
in(Mrpo- 
raled 
busi- 
nesses 
only) 

(Number) 


Personal services 


Automobile repair 
services, garages 


All other selected 

services* 


Total 

(Number) 


With 
payroll 

(Number) 


Total, aU 

establish- 

ment# 

($1.0001 


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 


Total 

(Number) 


FuU 
workweek 

(Number) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number) 


Receipts 
($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number) 


Receipts 
($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number) 


Receipts 

($1,000) 




71115 


3«4C3 


n3ll04 


96.472 


i8.877 


15.980 


14(609 


7.277 


2(96U 


37(096 


951 


13,686 


3(204 


62,322 




107 


13 


1 (460 


1ll70 


310 


194 


186 


105 


40 


35J 


14 


83 


53 


1,024 




53 

1« 

72 


10 

?9 

U 

28 


372 
977 
111 

60b 


■ 202 

S81 

87 

482 


52 

236 

22 

129 


26 

152 
16 

89 


25 

145 

16 

82 


41 
5i 
13 

65 


17 
21 

40 


267 
ID) 

368 


6 

7 
1 

9 


(d) 

43 
ID) 

45 


17 
25 
1 1 

23 


264 




667 




93 




195 




35 
21 

lua 

185 


11 

10 

7 

t2 
85 


342 

174 

9i 

966 


272 

156 

54 

514 

U746 


82 
32 

15 

72 
399 


50 
26 
13 

45 

234 


46 
25 

1 1 

37 
221 


29 

17 
19 

153 

189 


24 
B 
b 

10 

77 


203 

126 

39 

99 

726 


2 
i 
4 

5 

29 


ID) 
11 

(D) 

45 
541 


9 

5 
9 

127 

79 


(D) 




37 




(0) 




822 




861 




37 
53 

US 
U7 

101 


17 
29 
20 
19 

39 


353 

822 

440 
51 J 

1 .276 


285 
710 
342 
409 

9S0 


62 

200 

73 

64 

274 


30 

11* 

43 

45 

145 


28 

109 

42 

42 

138 


36 
55 
56 
42 

103 


19 
23 

23 
12 

27 


126 

350 

197 

53 

369 


4 
4 
1u 
11 

13 


40 
114 

97 
290 

139 


14 
26 
15 
24 

*1 


187 




358 




146 




170 




768 




89 
12 

57 


35 

4 

23 


1 .15i 
123 

584 


907 

73 

4U0 


259 
16 

125 


141 
4 

62 


134 

4 

61 


93 

10 

57 


25 
2 

27 


(d) 

101 
270 


13 
• • • 

10 


139 
• «.■ 

121 


51 
10 

20 


(D) 




(D) 




193 




U6 
11 

18 

92 


20 

3 

6 
32 
22 


550 
34 

236 

96V 
51o 


422 
18 

200 

699 

402 


1 19 
6 

57 

189 

131 


61 

1 

39 

107 

95 


60 

1 

32 
90 
90 


46 
11 

IB 

97 

46 


22 
5 

6 

3U 

20 


263 

7 

2a 

201 
265 


10 

..• 

5 

15 
6 


121 
• •• 

(d) 

146 

65 


14 
6 

7 

47 

18 


166 




27 




ID) 




622 




186 




lu 

lU 
16 

95 


4 
8 
10 

47 


154 
126 
234 

1 |057 


86 
108 
208 

759 


27 
34 
70 

209 


19 
23 

53 

138 


17 
23 
50 

112 


16 
15 

■ 15 

101 


8 
7 
5 

46 


88 

(d) 

101 
429 


1 
• •• 

14 


(d) 

(□) 

■ • • 

172 


1 
6 

1 1 

36 


ID) 




47 




(D) 




456 




66 
29 

7U 


34 
13 

26 


77] 
2B6 

698 


597 
162 

462 


159 
50 

106 


106 
32 

57 


93 
19 

48 


69 
32 

83 


33 

12 

38 


368 
61 

365 


10 
4 

6 


ID) 
51 


23 

13 

30 


(D) 




(D) 




282 




16 

53 

28 

10 

1 19 


10 
16 

10 

4 

65 


175 
523 

233 

64 
2.001 


153 
309 

145 

44 

1|737 


36 
70 

35 

9 

523 


17 
40 

27 

6 

277 


13 
35 

24 

3 

261 


14 
69 

27 

11 

115 


11 
27 

4 
50 


159 
206 

116 

44 

486 


2 

4 

2 
• •• 

9 


(01 

(d) 

ID) 
• 1 • 

154 


3 

27 

13 

6 

60 


(d) 




(D) 




(D) 




20 




1,361 




85 

34 

60 


53 

12 

26 


1 |70U 
301 

667 


1.534 
203 

373 


475 
48 

100 


246 
31 

63 


234 
27 

59 


78 
37 

65 


39 

11 

29 


443 
43 

301 


7 
2 

17 


tD) 
(D) 

162 


39 

21 

14 


(d) 




(D) 




204 




52 

8 

159 


24 
2 


523 

144 

2.537 


(D) 
(0) 

2.179 


(C) 
10) 

620 


(d) 

(D) 
377 


(D) 
(0) 

345 


(d) 

ID) 
162 


29 
••• 

68 


301 
• t • 

1(183 


11 
6 

24 


(D) 
(D) 

221 


12 

2 

67 


(D) 




ID) 




1,133 




119 
10 

88 


65 
16 

30 


2.245 
292 

631 


1(961 
218 

393 


571 
49 

98 


343 
34 

67 


315 
30 

49 


119 
43 

93 


47 
21 

33 


1 (045 
138 

187 


2U 
4 

16 


194 
27 

168 


52 
15 

39 


1,006 




127 




276 




57 
31 

75 


17 
13 

43 


42.3 
206 

1 .449 


235 

158 

1.277 


67 
31 

302 


46 
21 

182 


42 

7 

161 


62 

31 

69 


20 
13 

24 


144 
43 

418 


14 
2 

9 


(D) 
ID) 

139 


23 

16 

42 


(d) 




(d) 




892 




U9 
26 

56 


33 

10 

26 


1 .2U8 
241 

488 


1.104 
173 

376 


264 
38 

109 


161 
21 

64 


142 

19 

60 


48 
21 

53 


16 

8 

35 


365 
53 

180 


6 

3 

2 


102 
37 

ID) 


27 
15 

19 


741 




151 




(D) 


Wynne 


29 
27 

U5 


21 

5 

23 


352 
136 

433 


326 

50 

335 


95 
14 

71 


53 

11 

37 


50 
10 

36 


28 
25 

49 


19 
16 

17 


128 
58 

166 


I 
1 

10 


(□) 
101 

81 


9 

10 

18 


(D) 




(D) 




186 




33 
12 

59 


17 
6 

35 


380 
53 

875 


298 
37 

767 


62 
9 

205 


32 
5 

135 


32 

4 

129 


36 

13 

57 


14 
i 

22 


147 
19 

285 


8 
2 

e 


(D) 
101 

113 


11 
7 

29 


(d) 




(D) 




477 




17 
33 

9 

37 


9 

23 

3 

21 


207 

595. 

73 

515 


(d) 

535 
ID) 

445 


(D) 
145 
(0) 

125 


(d) 

106 
ID) 

107 


(D) 
101 
10) 

83 


(D) 
33 

10) 

34 


9 

13 

• •# 

14 


73 
212 
• • • 

246 


1 

5 
2 

5 


ID) 
86 
ID) 

31 


7 
15 

7 

18 


(D) 




297 




ID) 




238 




32 

5 

93 


18 

3 

41 


474 
41 

1 .202 


(d) 

(D) 
974 


1 16 
9 

246 


98 

9 

167 


77 
6 

142 


30 

4 

109 


14 
• •• 

48 


246 
• •f 

491 


b 
6 


31- 
• ff • 

227 


13 

5 

39 


197 




41 




484 




79 

lu 

"13 
21 


35 

6 

15 
5 


1 lOSfc, 
144 

249 

I'.^o 


864 
110 

171 
64 


225 

21 

39 

10 


150 
17 

26 

9 


126 
16 

20 

3 


97 

12 

44 
21 


46 

i 

19 
5 


(d) 

ID) 

133 

33 


4 

2 

5 
i 


(d) 

ID) 
30 
ID) 


29 

10 

19 

15 


354 




130 




86 




(d) 







Standard Not*s: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $500. . . . Represents zero. 
'Includes Business Services, Miscellaneous Repair Services, Amusement and Recreation Services, Motion Picttires, Hotels, Tourist Courts, Motels, and Campe. 



4-8 



SELECTED SERVICES -AREA STATISTICS 



Table 102. SELECTED SERVICES: 1954 — COUNTIES; CITIES OF 2,500 INHABITANTS OR MORE — Continued 
Total Selected Services — Establishments, Receipts, Payroll, and Personnel; Kind-of-Business Group — Establishinents and Receipts 





Total 


Kind-of-business group 


County and city 


Establishments 


Receipts 


Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 


Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 


Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 
nesses 
only) 
(Number) 


Personal services 


Automobile repair 
services, garages 


AU other selected 
services* 


Total 

(Number) 


With 
payroll 

(Number) 


Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 


Total 

(Number) 


Full 
workweek 

(Number) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number) 


Receipts 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(Number) 


Receipts 

($1,000) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number) 


Receipts 

111.000) 




429 


221 


11 1497 


10l649 


3.253 


1.743 


1 .645 


438 


151 


2.293 


38 


469 


240 


8.745 




397 

32 

31 
8B 


199 
22 

5 

44 


1u.91o 
579 

ia<: 

1 |3I7 


IO1II8 
531 

90 

I1I23 


3.089 

164 

15 
230 


1.674 
69 

15 

172 


1.587 
58 

12 

161 


406 
32 

38 

92 


148 

3 

16 

30 


2.276 
17 

87 

479 


33 

7 
IB 


435 
24 

32 

190 


216 

24 

B 
40 


B.207 




538 




63 




648 




77 
1 1 

69 


39 

5 

«1 


1 l26i 

54 

1 .274 


1.093 
40 

1.098 


223 

7 

347 


167 
5 

191 


156 
5 

168 


82 
10 

69 


27 

3 

31 


46B 
11 

262 


15 
3 

12 


161 
29 

265 


35 

5 

26 


634 




14 




747 




63 
6 

BO 


37 

4 

42 


1 l176 
9o 

974 


(D) 
(D) 

828 


il3 
34 

241 


179 
12 

141 


157 
11 

129 


66 

3 

83 


31 
• •• 

42 


262 
• ■• 

413 


b 
4 


(D) 
ID) 

153 


24 

2 

28 


(d) 




ID) 




408 




9 

50 


39 

3 

16 


8B5 
t9 

277 


(D) 
(0) 

123 


(d) 

(01 
40 


(d) 

ID) 

30 


(D) 
10) 

26 


ID) 
61 


39 
3 

25 


406 
7 

151 


6 
4 

4 


(D) 
16 


26 

2 

20 


(d) 




ID) 




1 10 




37 
13 

as 


13 

3 

34 


225 
52 

94(j 


99 

24 

6S8 


32 

8 

194 


28 
2 

129 


24 

2 

116 


48 
13 

100 


20 
b 

30 


135 
16 

416 


4 

n 


16 

• • • 

100 


13 
7 

39 


74 




36 


Independence County 


424 




67 

21 

26 
79 


31 
3 

6 

37 


769 
171 

105 

1 i063 


(D) 

39 
943 


(D) 
(D) 

6 

220 


(d) 

ID) 

5 

139 


(d) 

ID) 

2 

129 


(D) 
ID) 

35 

77 


34 
U 

11 

26 


384 
32 

29 

303 


7 
4 

3 

6 


82 
18 

20 

34 


26 
13 

14 

48 


303 




121 




56 




746 




62 
17 

i«9 


30 

7 

141 


96o 
123 

4t57u 


850 
93 

3.992 


202 
18 

1 .357 


122 
17 

766 


1 17 
12 

720 


60 
17 

259 


22 

4 

115 


297 
6 

1.896 


4 
1 

38 


(D) 
ID) 

491 


36 

12 

96 


(D) 




(d) 


Jefferson County 


2.183 




225 

2U 

6U 


131 
10 

24 


4i32b 
242 

591 


3.796 
196 

425 


1 .313 

44 

131 


741 
25 

78 


696 
24 

75 


233 

26 

73 


103 
12 

22 


1.811 
85 

248 


32 

6 

lu 


443 
48 

67 


90 
6 

32 


2.074 




109 


Johnson County 


276 




50 

1U 

38 


22 

2 

22 


53B 
E3 

372 


(D) 
IB) 

302 


(D) 

(D) 

75 


(D) 
ID) 

44 


(d) 

ID) 
38 


CD) 
ID) 

32 


19 


248 
• ■ ■ 

184 


10 

• ■• 

6 


67 
• •• 

89 


18 
14 

13 


223 




53 




99 




16 
22 

54 


10 
12 

22 


139 
233 

453 


119 
1B3 

357 


31 
44 

96 


20 
24 

59 


18 
20 

52 


1 1 
21 

60 


B 
11 


79 
105 

216 


4 
2 

B 


(D) 
ID) 

55 


4 
9 

24 


IDI 




CD) 




182 




25 
29 

26 


19 

3 

16 


319 
134 

413 


299 

58 

373 


88 

a 

104 


51 

7 

76 


50 
2 

70 


24 
36 

26 


16 
6 

B 


165 
51 

107 


2 
6 

1 


ID) 
(D) 

IDI 


7 
17 

17 


(d) 




CD) 




CD) 




22 

4 

21 
22 


14 

2 

7 
14 


(oT 

(D) 
134 
167 


(D) 
ID) 

80 

45 


tD) 
(D) 

20 

39 


ID) 
12 
21 


(D) 
ID) 

11 

20 


(D) 
ID) 

20 

22 


e 
11 

10 


107 
• . i 

52 

82 


1 
• •t 

2 

1 


ID) 
• #• 

ID) 

ID) 


13 

4 

8 
11 


21 1 




Cd) 




CD) 




CD) 




15 

7 

85 


9 

5 

35 


117 
50 

795 


D) 
587 


26 
1? 

1 13 


12 
9 

88 


12 
8 

77 


16 
6 

85 


7 
3 

41 


61 

21 

227 


1 
• •• 

12 


lO) 
• • t 

255 


7 
4 

32 


(d) 




29 




313 




31 
54 

73 

21 

28 

137 


15 
20 

33 

5 

6 

79 


293 
502 

791 

173 

196 

<!l2S1 


243 
344 

627 

95 

136 

2.011 


38 
55 

1 30 
17 
23 

627 


22 
66 

111 

9 

10 

367 


2b 

57 

73 

9 

7 
343 


31 
54 

78 

22 

30 

137 


17 
24 

3B 
i 
1 

67 


109 
118 

323 

ID) 
ID) 
695 


6 
6 

7 

4 

3 

IB 


151 
104 

47 

46 

29 

363 


8 

24 

28 
14 
24 
55 


33 




28U 




421 




CD) 




Cd) 


Miller County 


1.223 




129 

H 

209 


75 
4 

111 


2.177 
104 

3t286 


1.927 
84 

2.772 


613 
14 

788 


358 

9 

445 


335 

8 

417 


131 
6 

207 


67 
• •• 

82 


695 
• •• 

1.011 


14 

1 

29 


(D) 
ID) 

255 


48 

7 

98 


Cn) 




Cd) 




2.020 




118 
32 
59 

62 


62 
16 
33 

26 


2l08| 
385 
820 

942 


1.B07 
311 
654 

806 


513 

94 
181 

183 


317 
45 

83 

116 


300 
42 
75 

106 


121 
31 
55 

66 


50 
12 

2U 

18 


704 
10U 
207 

257 


19 

3 
7 

8 


l->0 
31 
54 

206 


49 
17 
32 

36 


1.207 




254 




S59 


Monroe County 


479 


Brlnkley 


37 
12 
13 

lu 

33 


.15 
6 
5 

2 

15 


635 
112 
195 

192 

296 


5*1 
82 
163 

ID) 

226 


146 
13 
24 

10) 

70 


90 
12 
14 

ID) 

48 


82 

11 
13 

10) 

40 


41 
12 
13 

ID) 

31 


11 
4 

3 

6 
16 


201 
45 
11 

(!•) 

129 


4 
2 
2 

2 

3 


73 

ID) 
(0) 

(J) 

57 


£2 

6 
8 

10 

12 


361 




Cd) 




Cd) 




146 


Nevada County 


llu 




29 

4 

14 
1 12 


13 
2 

2 

60 


(D) 

(u) 

1 1877 


(d) 

10) 

(D) 

1.635 


(d) 

(D) 
(U) 
516 


IDl 
ID) 
329 


tD) 
lU) 

ID) 

310 


(d) 

(D) 
(□) 

no 


14 
2 

6 

45 


(d) 

101 

lu 

543 


b 

• • • 

• •t 


57 
■ •• 

• ft 

192 


10 

2 

8 
57 


Cd) 










Ouachita County 


1.142 




87 
25 

4 


45 

15 


1 .569 
308 

12 


1.353 
282 


449 
67 


279 

50 

• • • 


267 

43 

• • t 


85 
25 

4 


3b 

10 


462 

81 

• • • 


B 
2 

2 


(D) 
ID) 

ID) 


44 
13 

2 


(d) 




Cd) 











Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. ( NA ) Not available. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Leas than $500. ... RepresenU zero. 
•Includes Business Services, Miscellaneous Repair Services, Amusement and Recreation Services, Motion Pictures, Hotels, Tourist Courts, Motels, and Camps. 



ARKANSAS 



4-9 



Table 102. SELECTED SERVICES: 1954 — COUNTIES; CITIES OF 2,300 INHABITANTS OR MORE — ContinueJ 
Total Selected Services — Establishments, Receipts, Payroll, and Personnel; Kind-of-Business Group — Establishments and Receipts 





Total 


Kind-of-businesa group 


County and city 


Establishments 


Receipts 


Payroll, 
entire 

year 

($1,000) 


Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 


Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 
nesses 
only) 
(Number) 


Personal services 


Automobile repair 
services, garages 


AU Other selected 
services* 


Total 

(Number) 


With 
payroll 

(Number) 


Total, aU 

establL*- 

ments 

($1,000) 


Rstablish- 

ments with 

pavroU 

(11.000) 


Total 

(Number) 


Full 
workweek 

(Number) 


Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number) 


Receipts 

($1,000) 


Estab- 

lUh- 

ments 

(Number) 


Receipts 

($1,000) 


Estab- 

Ikh- 

ments 

(Number) 


Receipts 

($1,000) 




99 


61 


1 t7(Jl 


1.577 


189 


273 


216 


97 


50 


673 


1 


163 


12 


915 




51 

2s 
91 


11 
8 
12 

10 

55 


l.JU 

219 
318 

ie3 

1 t278 


1 .112 
199 
236 

109 

1.152 


311 

50 

86 

21 

231 


193 
31 
19 

23 

118 


175 

31 
10 

15 

112 


55 

12 
30 

28 

85 


21 
11 
16 

13 
11 


399 
167 
107 

55 

165 


i 

1 

3 

.; 

12 


111 

(01 

(IJ) 

ID) 
388 


27 

2 

13 

13 

38 


704 




101 




(D) 




(D) 




125 




22 

18 
51 

5B 


12 
10 
33 

32 


1^8 
176 
671 

16^ 


386 
1U1 
622 

381 


83 

12 

109 

101 


27 
26 
65 

71 


27 

25 
60 

55 


22 

15 
52 


11 
lU 
20 

21 


127 

no 

228 
211 


4 

• •• 

8 

9 


(D) 
• ■ • 

(D) 

63 


7 

8 

23 

25 


to) 




66 




(D) 




188 




U2 
16 

79 


30 
2 

39 


lit, 

11 

93u 


10) 
762 


(D) 
ID) 

197 


(d) 

(01 
130 


(d) 

(D) 
113 


(d) 

ID) 
89 


22 

£. 

36 


(D) 
ID) 

105 


5 
1 

9 


57 
6 

81 


15 
10 

32 


(D) 




(D) 




111 




62 
17 

Ul 

llU85 


32 

7 

13 
b87 


93u 
lOu 

313 

26. 08V 


692 
70 

lis 

25.863 


183 

11 

31 
8,860 


121 

6 

21 
1.371 


108 
5 

20 

1,011 


70 
19 

12 

1 .079 


31 

7 

17 

183 


368 
37 

151 

8.617 


5 

170 


69 

12 

ID) 
3,?35 


26 
6 

22 

132 


393 




51 




(D) 




10,237 




780 

i5C 

55 

38 


t314 

122 

31 

18 


22.952 
3.617 
1 .520 

369 


21,396 
3,027 
1,150 

307 


7,359 

1 ,001 

160 

68 


3.762 

133 
179 

18 


3,157 
396 
161 

16 


775 

219 

55 

It 


372 
99 
1^ 

IV 


7.531 

984 

99 

171 


91 
65 
14 

2 


2,162 
970 
103 

ID) 


317 
85 
29 

17 


13,256 




1 ,553 




1 ,318 




!"! 




28 

10 

70 


16 
2 

10 


301 
63 

1.15^ 


(D) 
113) 

1,007 


(0) 
325 


(d) 

(0) 

lai 


(d) 

(0) 
163 


(D) 
ID) 

81 


19 
21 


171 
• • ■ 

111 


• • • 


(Dl 
• •• 

213 


7 
10 

38 


(d) 




65 




169 




52 

la 

St) 


32 

8 

16 


851 

3J<; 
991 


735 
272 

762 


265 
60 

167 


151 
30 

107 


110 
23 

103 


59 
22 

60 


16 

8 

31 


395 
16 

263 


7 
1 

IS 


(D) 
(□) 

219 


29 

9 

39 


(D) 




(D) 




482 




72 

16 

12 

27 

465 


38 

8 

6 

9 

231 


779 
21 = 

1^3 

262 

■7.809 


583 
179 

65 

210 

8,611 


12s 
39 

16 

11 

?,6b3 


71 
36 

10 

28 

1.391 


67 
36 

5 

25 

1,271 


59 
1 1 

11 

31 

173 


29 

5 

21 

1 1 

191 


219 

11 

94 

61 

3.640 


14 

1 

5 
• •• 


(d) 

(D) 

21 
ID) 
981 


29 
10 

13 

16 
192 


(D) 




(d) 




75 




(D) 




5,1 BO 




422 
U3 

53 


<;i« 

17 
23 


<=.8bl 
958 

51c 


7,787 
651 

316 


2.39H 
2dS 

95 


1.291 
100 

58 


1,172 
99 

55 


137 
3* 

58 


161 
27 

17 


2,932 

716 

22U 


72 

lu 

7 


939 
12 

106 


186 
5 

29 


1,980 




200 




192 




35 

18 

37 
15 

^45 


19 
1 

3 

5 

139 


1C6 
1 1.; 

Uu 

o3 

.5.961 


(d) 

ID) 

10) 

39 

3,195 


(D) 
101 

(0) 

H 

1 .011 


to) 

10) 

ID) 

R 

515 


(d) 

(0) 

(01 

6 

515 


(d) 

ID) 

(0) 

15 

259 


11 
6 

10 

7 

119 


205 
15 

93 

21 

1.331 


1 
3 

9 

,L 

36 


11 
62 

39 

ID) 

868 


20 
9 

12 

6 

90 


157 








31 




(d) 




1 ,759 




183 
6i 

22 

^22 


1 15 
21 

6 

112 


^.177 
1J1 

''1 

3.317 


3, 185 

310 

51 
2,819 


908 
53 

12 

725 


301 
11 

7 

U62 


177 
38 

7 

107 


199 
60 

23 

221 


87 
3i 

7 

eb 


1.169 
165 

la 

1,160 


26 

lu 

1 

33 


752 
106 

ID) 

542 


70 
20 

11 

lul 


1 ,546 




213 




(D) 




1 ,507 


Fayetteville 


123 

5U 
U5 

120 


65 
25 
21 

51 


^.252 

571 

IV 1 

1 .33^ 


1,976 
132 

11 1 

962 


529 

1 11 

85 

279 


369 

55 

3B 

172 


330 
51 
26 

151 


126 
56 
12 

126 


51 
19 
lb 

17 


661 

224 

83 

455 


21 

5 
7 

20 


322 

108 
112 

206 


51 
30 
20 

53 


1 ,069 








296 


White County 


571 


59 
61 

US 

U7 


31 
23 

19 

11 


7ti 
550 

367 

2^-1 


600 
362 

235 

187 


18H 
91 

57 

53 


110 
62 

27 

21 


96 
55 

25 

21 


71 
55 

15 

18 


2> 

21 

26 

16 


308 
147 

186 

112 


1 1 
9 

3 


98 

108 

49 
31 


25 

28 

11 
27 


376 




295 




132 




14b 







Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. XXX Not applicable. ( Z ) Less than $500. ... Represents zero. 
•Includes Business Services, Miscellaneous Repair Services, Amusement and Recreation Services, Motion Pictures, Hotels, Tourist Courts, Motels, and Camps. 



4-10 



SELECTED SERVICES -AREA STATISTICS 



Table 103. SELECTED SERVICES; 1954 — STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS 



Establishments, Receipts, Paytoll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



Standard metropolitan area 
and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total 



With 
payroll 



{Nurab€r> (Number) 



Receipts 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 



FuU 
workweek 

(DoUare) 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov, 15 



Total 



Full 
workweek 



(Number) (Number) (Number) 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 
nesses 
only) 



FORT SMITH STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with Sebastian County, Arlt. 



Selected services, total 

Personal services, total 

Barber shops 

Beauty shops 

Funeral service, crematories 

Photographic studios (including commercial photography).. 

Shoe repair shops 

Pressing, alteration, garment repair (except fur) — — 

Cleaning, dyeing plants (except rug cleaning)' 

Power laundries, self-service laundries 

Power laundries ' 

Self-service laundries 

Other personal services 

Business services (exc. accoimliog, audiliag, bookkeepiag), total 

Automobile repair services, garages, total 

Automobile repair 

General automobile repair shops 

Other automobile repair shops 

Automobile parking, other services -. 

Automobile storage, parking 

Other automobile services 

Mtscellaueous repair services, total 

Watch, clock, jewelry repair 

Upholstery, furniture repair 

Radio, television repair shops 

Other repair services 

Amusemeot, recreauon services (inc. motioa pictures), total 

Motion picture theaters 

Motion picture production, distribution, services 

Billiard and pool parlors, bowling alleys 

Other amusement, recreation services 

Hotels, motels, tourist courts, camps, total 

Hotels 

Motels, tourist courts, trailer parks, camps 



191 

45 

50 

7 

13 

9 

12 

29 

16 

(NA) 

(NA) 

10 

to 

82 
72 
t9 
23 

10 
6 



32 



9,809 

3, 648 
50H 
295 
35H 
t21 
60 

(?) 
928 
8H3 
(NA) 
(NA) 
2 05 

1*65 

981 
877 
511 
366 

10H 
10 
9H 

1 .t31 

25 

93 

ISt 

1 , 159 

1 ,639 
81*2 

78 
719 

1 .6H5 

1 ,195 

1*50 



8,6m 

3,218 
386 
213 
35'* 
387 
(D) 
(D) 
8 32 
(D) 
780 
(D) 
(D) 

361 

705 
(D) 
359 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 

1 , 187 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

1 ,057 

1,633 
3'*2 



1,5 37 
1 , 177 

360 



2,685 

1 , 300 

233 

100 

78 

81 

5 

(D) 

352 

395 

392 

3 

(D) 

115 

184 
(D) 
106 
(D) 
(D) 

I'd) 

347 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
315 

322 
143 

'19 
160 

415 
359 
56 



54,837 

27, 372 

4,680 

2,472 

1,522 

2,012 

167 

(D) 

7, 157 

8,012 

7,965 

47 

(3) 

2,458 

3,762 
(D) 

2,014 
(D) 
(D) 

(i) 

7, 336 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

6,637 

5,903 
2,626 

265 
3,012 

8,006 
6,999 

1,007 



26,621 

4,495 

2,467 

1,498 

1 ,957 

117 

(D) 

6,936 

7.801 

7,754 

47 

(D) 

2,410 

3,724 
(D) 

2,002 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 

6.554 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

5,923 

5,641 
2,513 

147 
2,981 

7,747 

6,789 

958 



653 

72 

41 

31 

45 

4 

(D) 

179 

247 

243 

4 

(D) 



(D) 

40 

(D) 

(D) 

(i) 
121 

(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

101 

182 
97 



310 

27 3 

37 



1 .271 

617 
66 

41 
30 
40 

3 

(D) 
169 
229 
226 
3 
(D) 

42 



(D) 

39 

(D) 

(D) 



(D) 

104 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 



12 
59 

277 
243 

34 



LITTLE ROCK-NORTH LITTLE ROCK STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with Pulasiti County, Ark. 



Seleaed services, total . 



Persooal services, total 

Barber shops 

Beauty shops 

Fimeral service, crematories - 

Photographic studios (including commercial photography) _ 

Shoe repair shops 

Pressing, alteration, garment repair (except fur) - 

Cleaning, dyeing plants (except rug cleaning)' 

Power laundries, self-service laimdries 

Power laimdries ' 

Self-service laundries 

Other personal services... 



Business services (etc accountiog, auditing, bookkeeping), total. 

Automobile repair services, garages, total 

Automobile repair 

General automobile repair shops 

Other automobile repair shops 

Automobile parkmg, other services 

Automobile storage, parking 

Other automobile services 



Miscellaneous repair services, total. 

Watch, clock, jewelry repair 

Upholstery, furniture repair 

Radio, television repair shops 

Other repair services 



Amusement, recreation services (inc. mouon pictures), total. 

Motion picture theaters - - 

Motion picture production, distribution, services 

Billiard and pool parlors, bowling alleys 

Other amusement, recreation services 



Hotels, motels, tourist couns, camps, total 

Hotels... - 

Motels, tourist courts, trailer parks, camps. 



483 

103 

141 

1 1 

24 

U5 

42 

49 

29 

(NA) 

(NAI 

39 

123 



103 
46 
21 
15 



146 
16 



29 
82 

109 

25 

2 

17 

65 

51 
27 
27 



587 

257 
19 
67 
11 
12 
15 
1 

45 
19 
13 
6 
21 



64 

4 

7 

13 

40 

73 

23 

• • • 

IS 
35 

42 
23 

19 



28 t 089 

816I7 

618 

964 

927 

(D) 

342 

307 

1 |728 

1 lP65 

(NA) 

1N4) 

(D) 

4te9U 

3.235 

2.726 

1 .430 

1 .296 

509 

340 

169 

2.909 
173 
254 
616 

1 .866 

4.193 

1.716 

ID) 

517 

(D) 

4.241 
(01 
(D) 



7.813 

454 

730 

927 

265 

19B 

213 

1 .710 

1 .823 

1 |7S0 

43 

1 .493 

4|«22 

2.803 

2i30B 

1 .178 

1 .130 

495 

ID) 

ID) 

2.471 
121 
170 
482 

1 .690 

3.973 
10) 
■ • • 

(01 
1 .778 

4.181 
(01 
(D) 



8.880 


174.250 


168.05£ 


3.455 


67.939 


65.84i 


1B3 


3.687 


J. 25b 


295 


5.615 


b.442 


286 


5.251 


5.23B 


76 


1 .868 


1.781 


46 


924 


87 1 


73 


1 .465 


1 .426 


U43 


16.449 


15.673 


1 .076 


20.529 


20. IBB 


1 .067 


20.368 


20.046 


11 


161 


142 


576 


12.151 


11.955 


1.608 


30.848 


29.292 


813 


15,015 


15.42U 


678 


13.099 


12,7B9 


364 


6.775 


6.689 


314 


6.324 


6.10U 


135 


2.916 


2.531 


90 


1 .998 


1 .905 


45 


918 


720 


737 


14.333 


13,992 


24 


561 


49i> 


60 


1 .179 


1 ,143 


151 


2.559 


2,490 


522 


10.004 


9,864 


1.041 


18.802 


17|90J 


399 


7.636 


7,484 


• at 


• • • 


• • • 


1'55 


3.267 


3,233 


487 


7.899 


7,186 


1 .226 


26,313 


25,603 


in) 


ID) 


101 


(D) 


(D) 


(D) 



90 

142 

100 

40 

<!9 

38 

491 

625 

514 

1 1 

295 

537 

313 

224 

119 

105 

89 

53 

36 

2<t6 
11 
26 
46 

163 

552 
263 
• t« 

111 
178 

876 
ID) 
(D) 



.734 

71 

130 

96 

33 

25 

37 

453 

598 

590 

8 

278 

456 

282 

216 

1 15 

100 

66 

47 

19 



228 

9 

25 

38 

155 

491 
244 

103 
144 

823 
(Ul 
(D) 



Standard Not«s: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
' Includes plant-owned outlets. 



n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $600. 



. . Represents zero. 



ARKANSAS 



4-11 



Table 104. SELECTED SERVICES: 1954 — COUNTIES WITH 200 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE 
Establishments, Receipts, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



County and kind of business 



GARLAND COUNTY 
Selected senices. total 



Persooal services, total 

Barber shops 

Beauty shops 

Funeral service, crematories - 

Photographic studios (including conunertaal photography) . 

Shoe repair shops. - -- 

Pressing, alteration, garment repair (except fur), 

Cleaning, dyeing plants (except rug cleaning)' - 

Power laundries, self-service laundries. 

Power laundries * 

Self -service laundries 

Other personal services 



Business services (exc. accounting, audidng, bookkeeping), total . 



Automobile repair services, garages, total. 

Automobile repair 

General automobile repair shops 

Other automobile repair shops 

Automobile parking, other services 

-■Automobile storage, parking 

Other automobile services 



Miscellaneous repair services, total. 

Watch, clock, jeweb^ repair 

rpholstery, furniture repair 

Radio, tele\-ision repair shops — 
Other repair ser^nces 



Amusement, recreauon services (inc. motion pictures), total. 

Motion picture theaters — 

Motion picttu-e production, tiistribution, services 

Billiard and pool parlors, bowling alleys 

Other amusement, recreation services 



Establishments 



Total 

(Number) 



Hotels, motels, tourist couns. camps, total 

Hotels 

Motels, tourist courts, trailer parks, camps. 



JEFFERSON COUNTY 



Selected services, total . 



Personal services, total 

Barber shops 

Beauty shops 

Funeral service, crematories 

Photographic studios (including commercial photography). 

Shoe repair shops 

Pressing, alteration, garment repair (except fin-) 

Cleaning, dyeing plants (except rug cleaning)' 

Power laundries, self-service laundries 

Power laundries ' 

Self-ser\ice laundries 

Other personal services 



Business services (exc accounting, audiring, bookkeeping), total . 



Automobile repair services, garages, total. 

Automobile repair 

General automobile repair shops 

Other automobile repair shops 

.\utomobile parking, other services 

Automobile storage, parking 

Other automobile services 



Miscellaneous repair services, total.. 

Watch, clock, jewelry repair 

Upholstery, furniture repair 

Radio, television repair shops — 
CHher repair services 



Amusement, recrearion services (inc. motion pictures), total. 

Motion picture theaters . 

Motion picture production, distribution, services 

Billiard and pool parlors, bowling alleys 

Other amusement, recreation services 



Hotels, motels, tourist courts, camps, total 

Hotels. 

Motels, tourist courts, trailer parks, camps.. 

Standard Notes: ( D ) Withheld to avoid disclosure. 
' Includes plant-owned outlets. 



151 
29 
53 

5 

9 

7 

15 

10 

9 

(NA) 

INAl 

1« 



With 
payroll 



1«3 
51 



115 
20 



Receipts 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 



29 

a 

3 
18 

71 
33 

38 



16 

14 

U 

5 

• • • 

• • • 



2i293 

171 

233 

291 

160 

67 

66 

218 

U52 

(NAI 

INAl 

605 

249 

U59 
(D) 
113 
(D) 
101 
(Dl 
(01 

33U 
17 
13 
89 

185 

3t2a0 
502 
• • • 

51 
2 1 727 

11882 

4. 104 

778 



4|570 

1 i896 
204 
179 
367 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



97 

81 
49 
589 
101 
(D) 
(D) 
ID) 

^27 

491 
491 
329 
162 
• • • 



497 
56 
43 
50 

348 

804 
483 

flat 
(D) 
(D) 

455 
341 
114 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



2i053 
125 
171 
101 
136 
41 
32 
248 
446 
446 



379 
(D) 
99 
(D) 
101 
101 



236 
ID) 
101 
ID) 
145 

3|198 
502 

101 

(D) 

4t574 

4i004 

570 



3l992 

1 (722 
186 
123 
367 
(0) 
59 
41 
589 
ID) 
ID) 
10) 
ID) 

355 

297 

297 

231 

66 



(D) 



804 
483 
fl • • 

(D) 
(D) 

ID) 
10) 
114 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Dollars) 



55 
10) 
29 



221 
221 



98 

(d) 

26 

(d) 

ID 
ID) 



ID) 
ID) 
10) 
35 

742 
115 
• • • 
5 
622 

1.454 

1|361 

93 



707 

73 

47 

98 

10) 

11 

17 

277 

ID) 

ID) 

ID) 

ID) 

108 



ID) 

11 

(D) 

195 
108 
■ •■ 
(D) 
(D) 

155 

131 

24 



FuU 
workweek 



57,373 

16,239 

1 i230 

975 

(0) 

966 

162 

290 

1 l573 

4,633 

4,633 

• • • 

(D) 

1 ,566 

2,070 
(D) 
730 
(D) 
(D) 
(0) 



729 

ID 
10) 
10) 
5U5 

7,137 

1 ,930 

fl fl fl 

35 
5,172 

29,632 

27,947 

1 ,685 



26,438 

13,370 

1 ,427 

853 

1 ,842 

10) 

100 

319 

5,977 

10) 

10) 

ID) 

10) 

2,906 

1 ,430 

1 ,430 

963 

467 



2,193 
lUO 
10) 
214 
(D) 

2,850 

1 ,791 

fl i • 

(D) 

(D) 

3,tja9 

3,385 
304 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Number) 



55,701 

15,610 

1 ,190 

937 

(D) 

93b 

16Z 

23b 

1 ,541 

4,261^ 

4,260 

• • • 

(D) 

1 ,490 

1,973 

(d) 

633 

(d) 

(0) 
ID) 



668 
10) 
10) 
ID) 
456 

6,847 

1,844 

• • • 

2b 

4,976 

29,10b 

27,478 

1,627 



25,643 

13,026 

1,365 

842 

1 ,805 

10) 

67 

319 

5,840 

ID) 

ID) 

IDI 

(D) 

2,894 

1,367 

1 ,367 

900 

467 

• fl • 

• • fl 

• • fl 

2,171 
100 
(Dl 
200 
(D) 

2,791 
1,790 

I") 
(D) 

3,392 

3,096 

296 



FuU 
workweek 



4/1 
27 
34 

(01 
16 



54 
171 
171 

(D) 

29 

44 
(D) 

16 
(D) 
(01 
10) 
fl ■ • 

19 
ID) 
(01 
101 

14 

171 

71 

• flfl 

2 

98 

1 ,009 

942 

67 



360 
26 
32 



15 
163 
ID) 
10) 
10) 
(01 



ID) 
18 

(D) 

112 

70 

fl •• 

(D) 
(D) 

143 
128 

15 




437 


164 


25 


27 


30 


5b 


ID) 


ID) 


14 


8 


4 


7 


7 


17 


51 


15 


152 


11 


152 


INAl 


• •• 


INAl 


(D) 


(D) 



(D) 
12 
(D) 
10) 
10) 



15 

(01 

(01 

(01 

1 1 



973 
913 



(0) 
3 
15 
155 
ID) 
(0) 
10) 
101 



ID) 

17 

(D) 

104 

69 

fl fl • 

(D) 
(D) 

130 

1 16 

14 



40 
(D) 

16 
(D) 
ID) 
ID) 
(D) 

36 
(D) 
(0) 
(Dl 

19 



136 
41 
95 



18 
IDI 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 



31 
11 



(0) 

9 

(D) 

19 
5 

• • f 
(D) 
(D) 

13 
5 



(NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $500. 



Represents zero. 



4-12 



SELECTED SERVICES -AREA STATISTICS 



Table 104. SELECTED SERVICES: 1954 — COUNTIES WITH 200 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE — Continued 
Establishments, Receipts, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



County and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total 

(Number) 



With 
payroll 



Receipts 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

(11.000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



PayroU, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(DoUare) 



Full 
workweek 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Number) 



Full 
workweek 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
rat^ 
busi- 
nesses 
only) 

(Number) 



MISSISSIPPI COUNTY 
Selected services, total 

Personal services, total 

Barber shops 

Beauty shops 

Funeral service, crematories 

Photographic studios (including commercial photography) . . 

Shoe repair shops 

Pressing, alteration, garment repair (except fur) 

Cleaning, dyeing plants (except rug cleaning)' 

Power laundries, self-service laundries 

Power laundries ' 

Self-service laundries 

Other personal services 

Business services (exc. accounting, auditing, bookkeeping), total 

Automobile repair services, garages, total 

Automobile repair 

General automobile repair shops 

Other automobile repair shops 

Automobile parking, other services 

Automobile storage, parking 

Other automobile services 

Miscellaneous repair services, total 

Watch, clock, jewelry repair 

Upholstery, furniture repair 

Radio, television repair shops 

Other repair services 

Amusement, recreation services (inc. motion picmres), total — 

Motion picture theaters 

Motion picture production, distribution, services 

BilUard and pool parlors, bowling alleys 

Other amusement, recreation services 

Hotels, motels, tourist courts, camps, total 

Hotels 

Motels, totiriat courts, trailer parka, camps 



PULASKI COUNTY (See Little Rock-North Little Rock 
Standard Metropolitan Area. Table 103, ) 



SEBASTIAN COUNTY (See Fort Smith Standard 
Metropolitan Area. Table 103.) 



UNION COUNTY 



Selected services, total . 



Personal services, total 

Barber shops 

Beauty shops 

Fimeral service, crematories 

Photographic studios (including commercial photography). 

Shoe repair shops - --- 

Pressing, alteration, garment repair (except fur) 

Cleaning, dyeing plants (except rug cleaning)' 

Power laundries, self-service laundries - 

Power laundries ' 

Self-service laimdriea 

Other personal services 



Business services (exc. accounting, auditing, bookkeeping), total . 



Automobile repair services, garages, total. 

Automobile repair. 

General automobile repair shops 

Other automobile repair shops 

Automobile parking, other services 

Automobile storage, parking 

Other automobile services.. 



Miscellaneous repair services, toul. 

Watch, clock, jewelry repair 

Upholstery, furniture repair 

Ratho, television repair shops 

Other repair services 



Amusement, recreauoo services (inc. motion pictures), total. 

Motion picture theaters .- 

Motion picture production, distribution, servicea 

Billiard and pool parlors, bowling alleys 

Other amusement, recreation services — 



Hotels, motels, tourist couru, camps, total 

Hotels 

Motels, tourist courts, trailer parks, camps. 



82 

21 

25 

6 

4 

5 

2 

11 

8 

(NAl 

(NA) 



119 
28 
33 

7 



1 1 

17 

9 

(NAl 

(NA) 

8 



15 



• ■■ 

n 

4 



• • • 



20 
20 

11 
6 

• • ■ 



la 

5 

t • • 
s 

4 

15 
9 
6 



3i?86 

1 ton 

109 

130 

198 

31 

(D) 

(Dl 

383 

124 

(NA) 

(NA) 



126 

255 
255 

153 
102 

• • • 

• • • 



574 
(Dl 
46 
ID) 
512 

1 l030 
531 
• • • 
140 
359 

290 

214 

76 



3|961 

It 334 

177 

196 

222 

88 

17 

86 

355 

158 

(NA) 

(NA) 

35 

211 

668 
868 
616 
252 



582 

16 

(Dl 

165 

(D) 

540 
308 
• • • 



426 
317 
109 



2|772 

903 
91 
90 
(Dl 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
383 
106 
106 



147 
147 
85 
62 

• • • 

• • • 



• •• 
(D) 

880 
487 

• •• 
106 
287 

278 
214 



3i495 

1 1134 

143 

112 

(D) 

88 

17 

54 

355 

126 

(D) 

(01 

(D) 

(D) 

772 
772 

564 
208 



10) 
149 
(D) 

498 
308 
• ■ • 

(D) 
10) 

(D) 
(01 
109 



32 

54 
10) 
ID) 
(Dl 
158 
58 
58 



37 

30 
30 
1 

12 
«•• 

• •fl 

• •■ 

157 

• ■■ 
(D) 

• ■ • 

(D) 

153 
99 



12 

2 

8 

160 

75 

(D) 

(01 

7 

38 

208 

208 

139 

69 



• • ■ 
(0) 

29 
(D) 

115 
58 

• •• 

IDI 
ID) 

130 
(D) 
(D) 



151856 

7.812 

961 

686 

1 l095 

(0) 

(0) 

(D) 

3i611 

1t310 

1 l310 



665 

1 t063 

1 l063 

318 

745 

1 1 • 

• fl t 

• • fl 



2l719 

1 1636 

• at 

255 
628 

lt414 

11046 

366 



20|7U5 

8,249 

1|22U 

837 

764 

334 

75 

Bl 

3l336 

ll371 

ID) 

101 

225 

715 

4,170 
4,170 
2,686 
1 ,282 

• • • 

• fl • 

• fl • 

2,775 
flflfl 

(D) 
670 
(D) 

2,105 
1 ,260 

• ■ • 

(0) 
(D) 

2,691 
(0) 
(D) 



15,230 

7,591 

925 

65? 

1,095 

(D) 

ID) 

(01 

3,601 

1,180 

1,180 



665 

783 
783 
31b 
465 



(D 

• fl 
(D 

2,643 
1,780 

• • fl 

245 
618 

1,414 

1 ,048 

366 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
' Includes plant-owned outlets. 



n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. (Z) 1 



20,036 
8,060 

1,224 

827 

764 

322 

75 

71 

3,27U 

1,328 

(Dl 

(Dl 

179 

689 

4,090 
4,090 
2,822 
1 ,268 



2,422 

• fl • 
(01 
644 
(D) 

2tl0b 
1,260 

• • fl 
ID) 
(01 

2,670 
(D) 
(D) 



9 than $500. 



445 

226 
20 
20 
22 

(01 
(Dl 
(Q) 
115 
45 
45 



12 

19 
19 

a 
11 

• fl» 

• •• 
fl fl* 



flflfl 

101 

• •• 

(D) 

83 
57 

• •• 

10 
16 

62 
46 
16 



345 

238 
20 
25 
15 



91 
63 
(01 
10) 



17 

65 

65 

46 

19 

flfl* 

• flfl 

fl •• 

44 
flflfl 

(0) 
V 

(n) 

81 

53 

■ •• 

(0) 
(0) 

100 
(0) 
(D) 



18 

22 

(D) 

(0) 

(Dl 

1 13 

39 

39 



38 
(Dl 
(D) 

76 

53 



224 
20 



88 
58 
(0) 
(0) 



(D) 
10 

(I)) 



(01 
(0) 

96 
(0) 

(n) 



Represents zero. 



ARKANSAS 



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Table 104. SELECTED SERVICES: 1954 — COUNTIES WITH 200 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE ■ 
Establishments, Receipts, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



■ Continued 



Coiintv and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total 

(Number) 



With 

payroll 



Receipts 



Total, all 

establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Totel 

(Dollars) 



Full 
workweek 

(Dollars) 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Number) 



FuU 

workweek 



Proprie- 
t*jrs (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 



only) 

(Number) 



WASHINGTON COUNTY 
Selected services, total 

Persooal services, total 

Barber shops _ 

Beauty shopa.. 

Funeral service, crematories 

Photographic studios (including commercial photography) . . 

Shoe repair shops. _. 

Pressing, alteration, garment repair (except fur) 

Cleaning, dyeing plants (except rug cleaning)' 

Power laundries, self-ser\'ice laundnes _-_ 

Power laundries ' 

Self-service laundries _ -._ 

Other personal services 

Business services (exc accoundag, auditiDg, bookkeepiog), total 

Automobile repair services, garages, total 

Automobile repair 

General automobile repair shops 

Other automobile repair shops 

Automobile parking, other sen-ices 

Automobile storage, parking 

Other automobile services 

Miscellaneous repair services, total 

Watch, clock, jewelry repair __ _ 

Upholstery, fixmiture repair 

Radio, television repair shops _ _ 

Other repair services 

Amusement, recreadoa services (iQC. modoD pictures), total 

Motion picture theaters 

Motion picture production, distribution, services 

Billiard and pool parlors, bowling alleys 

Other amusement, recreation services 

Hotels, motels, tourist courts, camps, total 

Hotels _ 

Motels, tourist courts, trailer parks, camps 



88 


52 


20 


8 


22 


12 


5 


5 


3 




9 




5 




10 


10 


12 




(NAI 




(NA) 


• ft 


2 




27 




53 


15 


32 


1« 


2« 


10 


8 




1 


• t • 


23 




2 


t •• 


3 




17 




20 


16 


7 




• "t 


• •• 


4 




9 




31 


16 


2 


2 


29 


13 



3.317 

1 ll68 

ItO 

122 

277 

2U 

38 

(D) 

21t 

289 

(NAI 

(NA) 

(Dl 

281 

5U2 

(dT 

36B 
(D) 
(Dl 
■ • t 

(Dl 

135 

(Dl 

(Dl 

21 

(D) 

799 

507 

«• • 
CD) 
(D) 

392 
(Dl 
(D) 



2,819 

1 (OKM 
82 
102 
277 
21 
(D) 
(Dl 
211 
275 
(D) 
(Dl 
(D) 

193 

"131 
(D) 
280 
(D) 
(D) 



51 
(D) 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(D) 

777 
507 
■ . • 

tD) 
(Dl 

320 
(Dl 
(D) 



335 

13 

36 

26 

5 

(01 

12 

91 

111 

(D) 

(01 

(Dl 



138 
(D) 
86 
(D) 
(Dl 
• ■ • 
(D) 

13 
(01 
(Dl 
(Dl 

(D) 

130 
87 

(d) 

(01 

55 

(Dl 

(D) 



15,003 

6,972 
906 
707 

512 

12a 
(Dl 

231 
1 |869 
2,393 
(D) 
(01 
101 

956 

2,266 

(D) 
1 l372 

(D) 
(01 



273 

(Dl 
(01 
(Dl 

(D) 

2,207 
1 .1 16 

« ■ t 
(D) 
(Dl 

2,329 
(Dl 

(D) 



11il9b 

6l709 
887 
661 
512 
10(j 
(D) 
231 
1|731 
2,393 
(D) 
(Dl 
(Dl 

887 

2)126 
(D) 

1,360 
(D) 
(Dl 
• • • 
(Dl 

273 
ID) 
(Dl 
(Dl 

(D) 

ll897 

1,116 

■ • • 

(D) 
(Dl 

2 1 303 

(D 

(D 



462 

207 

18 

20 

15 

1 

(01 

7 

51 

85 

(D) 

101 

(01 

20 

50 
(D) 

31 

(D) 
(01 
• f • 

(01 



(Dl 
(01 
(01 
(D) 

98 

51 

.•• 

(D) 
(Ql 

82 
(01 
(D) 



191 

16 

17 

15 

3 

(01 

7 

43 

85 

(D) 

(01 

(01 

18 

44 
(D) 

30 
(D) 
(01 

(01 

5 
(01 
(01 
(Dl 
(D) 



(D) 
(0) 

HO 
(01 
(D) 



9U 
23 

19 

6 

3 

(Dl 

5 

14 

10 

(NAI 

(NAI 

(01 



3b 

(D) 

27 

(D) 

101 



24 
(Dl 
IDI 
(Dl 
(D) 

14 

2 

• • . 

(D) 
(Dl 

37 
(Dl 
(D) 



Standani Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid (iisclosure. (NA) Not available. 
' Includes plant-on-ned outlets. 



n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $500. 



Represents zero. 



4-14 



SELECTED SERVICES -AREA STATISTICS 



Table 105. SELECTED SERVICES: 1934 — CITIES WITH 200 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE 
Establishments, Receipts, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



City and kind of business 



FORT SMITH 



Selected services, total . 



PersODal services, total 

Barber shops 

Beauty shops -- 

Fimeral service, crematoiies 

Photographic studios (including commercial photography) - 

Shoe repair shops 

Pressing, alteration, garment repair (except fur) 

Cleaning, dyeing plants (except rug cleaning)'... 

Power laimdries, self-service laundries 

Power laimdries ' 

Self-service laundries 

Other personal services 



Bustoess services (exc. accounting, auditing, bookkeeping), total. 



Automobile repair services, garages, total. 
Automobile repair 

General automobile repair shops 

Other automobile repair shops 

Automobile parking, other services 

Automobile storage, parking 

Other automobile services. 



Miscellaneous repair services, total. 

Watch, clock, jewelry repair 

Upholstery, furniture repair 

Radio, television repair shops — 
Other repair services 



Amusemeot, recreauoa services (inc. motioo picnires), total. 

Motion picture theaters ....... 

Motion picture production, distribution, services 

Billiard and pool parlors, bowling alleys 

Other amusement, recreation services 



Hotels, motels, tourist courts, camps, total 

Hotels 

Motels, touriat courts, trailer parks, camps. 



HOT SPRINGS 



Selected services, total . 



Personal services, total 

Barber shops 

Beauty shops 

Funeral service, crematories. 

Photographic studios (including conunercial photography) . 

Shoe repair shops - 

Pressing, alteration, garment repair (except fur) — 

Cleaning, dyeing plants (except rug cleaning)' 

Power laundries, self-service laundries 

Power laundries ' 

Self-service laundries 

Other personal services 



Establishments 



Total 

(Number) 



Business services (exc. accouoUDg, audiring, bookkeeping), total — 

Automobile repair services, garages, total 

Automobile repair 

General automobile repair shops 

Other automobile repair shops 

Automobile parking, other services 

Automobile storage, parking 

Other automobile services. 



Miscellaneous repair services, total. 

Watch, clock, Jewelry repair 

Upholstery, furniture repair 

Radio, television repair shops 

Other repair services 



Amusement, recreation services (inc. motion pitmires), total. 

Motion picture theaters -- 

Motion picture production, distribution, services 

Billiard and pool parlors, bowling alleys 

Other amusement, recreation services 



Hotels, motels, tourist courts, campa, total 

Hotels 

Motels, touriat courts, trailer parks, camps 

Standard Not€s: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
' Includes plantrowned outlets. 



10 

5 

10 

26 

12 

(NAI 

INAI 

10 

MO 

72 
62 
11 
21 



With 
payroll 

(Number) 



148 
29 
53 

5 



15 
10 
9 

INA) 
(Nil 

^^ 



131 
51 



Receipts 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

(Jl.OOO) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



8t851 

2.932 
265 
281 
308 
1112 
(D) 
(D) 
832 
827 
(NAI 
INA) 
205 

465 

939 
835 
(D) 
(D) 
104 
10 
94 



93 

154 
1 1 159 

(D) 
(D) 

(D) 
(D) 

(D) 

1 1 195 

(D) 



10.918 

2.276 
171 
233 

291 
143 
67 
66 

248 
452 
(NA) 
(NA) 
605 

21 1 

435 
(D) 
(D) 
169 
ID) 
(0) 



334 
17 
43 
89 

185 

2.916 
(D) 

• • • 
51 
(D) 

4.746 

4. 104 

642 



7.787 

2.564 
(D) 
213 
308 
108 
(D) 
(D) 
735 
(01 
780 
(D) 
(D) 

361 

705 
(D) 
359 
(D) 
(01 

(01 

1.187 
(D) 
(D) 
(□) 

1 .057 

(D) 
(D) 

(D) 
(D) 

(D) 

1 .177 

(D) 



(D) 
125 
171 
{□) 
(0) 
41 
32 
248 
446 
446 

(D) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(0) 



235 

(01 
CD) 
(01 
145 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

2, 374 

4.442 

4.004 

438 



2.398 

1.C45 

(D) 

100 

68 

24 

5 

(0) 

324 

395 

392 

3 

(D) 



184 
(D) 
105 
(D) 
(01 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Dollars) 



347 
(D) 
(D) 
(0) 

315 

(D) 
(D) 

(D) 
(D) 

(D) 
359 
(D) 



(D) 

58 

55 

(D) 

(D) 

9 

1 1 

86 

221 

221 

(D) 



(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(0) 



50 
(0) 
(01 
(0) 

35 

(D) 
(D) 

5 

507 

1 .426 

1 .351 

55 



49.010 

22.127 

(D) 

2.472 

1 .356 

633 

167 

(D) 

6.556 

8.012 

7.965 

47 

(d) 

2.458 

3.762 
(D) 

2.014 
(D) 
(0) 

(0) 

7.335 
(0) 
(D) 
(0) 

5.537 

(D) 
(D) 

(D) 
(D) 

(D) 

6.999 

(D) 



54.145 

(D) 

1 .230 

975 

ID) 

(D) 

162 

290 

1 .573 

4.633 

4.633 



Full 
workweek 



(D) 



(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
101 



729 

10) 
10) 
(0) 
505 

(D) 

(D) 

35 
2.974 

29.095 

27.947 

1 .148 



46.693 

21 .399 

(D) 

2.467 

1 .332 

573 

1 17 

101 

6.335 

7.801 

7.754 

47 

(D) 

2.410 

3.724 
(D) 

2.002 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 

6.554 
(Dl 

(d) 

(0) 
5.923 

tD) 
(D) 

(D) 
(D) 

(D) 

5.789 

(D) 



52.527 

(D) 

1.190 

937 

10) 

(D) 

162 

235 

1 .541 

4.260 

4.260 

(D) 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Number) 



(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
tD) 
(0) 



668 
10) 
(01 
101 
458 

(D) 
(D) 

25 
2.644 

28.51 1 

27.478 

1 .133 



Full 
workweek 



577 

(D) 

41 

28 

24 

4 

ID) 

153 

247 

243 

4 

(D) 



78 
(D) 

40 
(D) 
ID) 



121 
(D) 

(d) 

ID) 
101 

(D) 

(d) 

(D) 
(D) 

(D) 
273 
(D) 



(D) 
27 
34 

(D) 

(d) 



54 
171 
171 

(D) 



(D) 
(D) 
(C) 
(D) 
(D) 
ID) 



10) 

ID) 

(0) 

14 

(D) 
(D) 



990 
942 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
rat^ 
busi- 
nesses 
only) 
(Number) 



537 

(D) 

41 

27 

19 

3 

(0) 

153 

229 

226 

3 

(D) 



75 
(D) 

39 
(D) 
(0) 

ID) 

104 
ID) 
(D) 
ID) 
87 

(D) 
(D) 

(D) 
(D) 

(D) 
243 
(D) 



(d) 

25 



ID) 

(d) 



51 
152 
152 

(D) 



(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
10) 



101 

ID) 

ID) 

11 

(D) 

(D) 



950 

913 

47 



n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $500. 



Represents zero. 



ARKANSAS 



4-15 



Table 105. SELECTED SERVICES: 1954 — CITIES WITH 200 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE — Continued 
Establishments, Receipts, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



City and kind of business 



LITTLE ROCK 

Selected services, total 

PersODtl services, total 

Barber shopa 

Beauty shops. . .- 

Ftmeral service, crematories. 

Photographic studios (including commertual photography).. 

Shoe repair shops 

Pressing, alteration, garment repair (except fur) 

Cleaning, dyeuig plants (except rug cleaning)' 

Power laimdries. self-service laundries 

Pot\-erlaundries' 

Self -ser\'ice laundries 

Other personal services 

Business services (exc. accouniiDg, auditing, bookkeeping), total 

Automobile repair services, garages, total 

Automobile repair 

General automobile repair shops 

Other automobile repair shops 

Automobile parking, other services 

Automobile storage, parking 

Other automobile services -- 

Miscellaneous repair services, total 

Watch, clock, jewelry repair 

Upholstery, fumittu-e repair - 

Radio, television repair shops 

Other repair services 

Amusement, recreation services (inc. motioD pictures), total — 

Motion picture theaters 

Motion picture production, distribution, services 

Billiard and pool parlors, bowling alleys 

Other amusement, recreation services 

Hotels, motels, totmst courts, camps, total 

Hotels 

Motels, tourist twurts, trailer parks, tramps 



NORTH LITTLE ROCK 



Seleaed services, total . 



Personal services, total 

Barber shops 

Beauty shops 

Ftmeral service, crematories 

Photographic studios (including conunercial photography). 

Shoe repair shops 

Pressing, alteration, garment repair (except fur) 

Cleaning, dyeing plants (except rug cleaning)' 

Power laimdries, self-service latjndries 

Power laundries ' 

Self-service laundries 

Other personal services 



Business services (exc accountiag, audidog, bookkeeping), total.. 



Automobile repair services, garages, total. 
Automobile repair 

General automobile repair shops 

Other automobile repair shops 

Automobile parking, other services 

Automobile storage, parking 

Other automobile services 



Miscellaneous repair services, total. 

Watch, clock, jewelry repair 

Upholstery, furniture repair 

Radio, television repair shops 

Other repair services 



Amusement, recreauon services (inc motion pictures), total. 

Motion picture theaters 

Motion picture production, distribution, services 

Billiard and pool parlors, bowling alleys 

Other amusement, recreation services 



Establishments 



Total 

(Number) 



Hotels, motels, tourist coons, camps, total 

Hotels 

Motels, tourist courts, trailer parks, f;amps. 



1 1 1 

7 
2U 
30 
32 
35 
16 
INA) 
(NA) 
36 

lOU 



20 

29 

3 

13 

10 

12 

9 

(NA) 

(NA) 

3 

10 

65 
55 

«5 
20 



With 
payroll 

(Number) 



43'4 

202 
37 
57 
7 
12 
12 
16 
31 



Receipts 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 



22 1 952 

7i53U 

1*99 

826 

721 

(D) 

257 

2«0 

1 .«25 

1|729 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(D) 

3i91t7 

2. 162 
1 .653 
930 
723 
509 
31(0 
169 

ll902 
(D) 
16(4 
■173 
tD) 

3i509 

1.302 

(D) 

(D) 
(D) 

3.898 
(0) 
(D) 



984 

113 

135 

188 

(D) 

67 

57 

257 

118 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(D) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

(tl.OOO) 



(D) 

970 
970 
«22 
548 



(D) 
(D) 
90 
143 
364 

375 
258 

(D) 
(D) 

303 

27 

276 



6.924 
359 
650 
721 
265 
155 
(D) 
1 .407 
1 .715 
(d) 
(D) 
(D) 

3.709 

1 .958 
1 .473 
836 
637 
495 
(D) 
(Dl 

1 .588 
121 
(D) 
377 
(D) 

3.343 
(D) 

(D) 
1 .558 

3.854 
(D) 
(D) 



812 
85 
77 

188 

33 

(0) 
257 
98 
(D) 
(0) 
(D) 



(Dl 

755 
755 
288 
468 



(D) 

(D) 
105 
348 

335 
258 

(□) 
(D) 

287 

27 

250 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



7.359 

3.131 
145 
265 
225 
76 
41 
(D) 
717 

1 .033 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

1.114 

572 
437 
275 
152 
135 
90 
45 

518 
24 
(D) 
12 
(D) 

854 
289 

(d) 

(D) 

1 .150 
(D) 
(D) 



29 
57 

5 
(01 
105 
42 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 



221 
221 



(D) 

(01 
10 
80 



(0) 
(0) 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



T 



Total 

(DoUais) 



145.971 

51 .578 

2.745 

5.088 

4.1 89 

1,868 

639 

(D) 

14.013 

19.690 

(D) 

10) 

(D) 

22.052 

1 1 .255 
8.340 
5.017 
3.323 

2.915 

1 .998 

918 

10.193 

581 

(D) 

2.386 

(D) 

15.190 
5.41 1 

(D) 
(D) 

25.702 
(0) 
(D) 



19.984 

5.899 
942 
502 

1 .062 

85 
(0) 
2.046 
792 
(0) 
ID) 
(D) 

(D) 

4.376 
4.376 
1.502 
2.874 



(d) 

(0) 

183 

1 .620 

1 .912 
1 .347 

ID) 
(0) 

470 

21 

449 



Full 
workweek 



140.799 

59.816 
2.514 
4.922 
4.175 
1,781 
786 

(d) 

13.340 

19.349 

(D) 

(D) 

(d) 

20.666 

10.843 
3.212 
4.931 
3.281 
2.531 
1 .905 
726 

9.912 
495 
(D) 

2.307 
(D) 

14.507 
5.387 

(D) 
(D) 

25.055 
(D) 
(D) 



19.252 

5.542 
744 
495 

I .052 

85 
(D) 
2.02) 
792 
(0) 
(0) 
(D) 

(D) 

4.194 
4,194 
1 .502 
2.592 



(D) 

(0) 

183 

1.550 

1 .876 
1.31 1 

(0) 
(0) 

407 

21 

386 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Number) 



1 .653 
66 

121 

77 

40 

27 

(D) 

424 

591 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 



229 

140 



(D) 

43 

(D) 

432 
174 

("d)* 
(d) 

848 
(D) 
(D) 



20 
23 

2 
(D) 
55 
32 

(D) 
(01 
(D) 



(D) 

(D) 

3 

29 



(D) 
(D) 



FuU 
workweek 

(Number) 



3.457 

1 .567 

57 

109 

75 

33 

24 

(D) 

401 

554 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

339 

202 
136 
83 
53 
66 
47 



160 

9 

(D) 

35 

(D) 

390 
171 

I'd) 
(d) 

799 
(D) 

(d) 



155 
14 
20 
23 

2 
(D) 
53 
32 

(D) 
(D) 
(0) 



Proprie- 
tors (im- 
incorpo- 
rated 
bus!- 
nes.ses 
only) 

(Number) 



(D) 



(0) 

3 

28 



(D) 
(D) 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
' Includes plant-owned outlets. 



n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $500. 



Represents zero. 



4-16 



SELECTED SERVICES -AREA STATISTICS 



Table 105. SELECTED SERVICES: 1954 — CITIES WITH 200 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE- 
Establishments, Receipts, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



■ Continued 



City and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total 
(Number) 



With 
payroll 

(Number) 



Receipts 



Total. aU 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Dollars) 



Full 
workweek 



Paid emplovet*. 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Number) 



FuU 
workweek 

(Number) 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo. 
rated 
busi- 



only) 
(Number) 



PINE BLUFF 

Selected services, total 

Personal services, total 

Barber shops 

Beauty shops 

Funeral service, crematories 

Photographic studios (including commercial photography) _ _ 

Shoe repair shops 

Pressing, alteration, garment repair (except fur) 

Cleaning, dyeing plants (except rug cleaning)' 

Power laundries, self-service laimdries 

Power laundries ' 

Self-service laundries 

Other personal services 

Business services (exc. accouoting, auditing, bookkeeping), total 

Automobile repair services, garages, total 

Automobile repair. 

General automobile repair shops 

Other automobile repair shops 

Automobile parking, other services 

Automobile storage, parking — 

Other automobile services 

Miscellaneous repair services, total 

Watch, clock, jewelry repair 

Upholstery, furniture repair 

Radio, television repair shops 

Other repair services 

Amusement, recreation services (iac motion pictures), total — 

Motion picture theaters — 

Motion picture production, distribution, services 

Billiard and pool parlors, bowling alleys 

Other amusement, recreation services 

Hotels, motels, toarist courts, camps, total 

Hotels 

Motels, tourist courts, trailer parks, camps 



103 
17 
37 

5 



"It328 

1 ,81 1 

187 

167 

355 

97 

81 

U9 

(D) 

(d) 

(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

U27 

'»«3 
im3 
(D) 
(D) 



(D) 
56 
113 
50 

(D) 

727 
(D) 

(D) 
(D) 

(D) 
3«1 
(D) 



3 1 796 

1 1 655 
(D) 
(D) 
355 
(D) 
59 
41 

(d) 

101 
(D) 
(D) 
101 



(D) 
(D) 

(d) 

(D) 



(D) 
36 
(Dl 



727 

(D) 

Id) 

(D) 

(□) 
(0) 
(D) 



686 

(D) 

(D) 

96 

(01 

1 1 

17 

(D) 

(Dl 

101 

(D) 

(D) 

108 

(D) 
(D) 
(d) 

(d) 



121 

9 

(0) 

11 

(d) 

181 
(D) 

(D) 
(D) 

(D) 

131 
(D) 



25,673 

12,982 
(D) 
(D) 
1 ,842 
(0) 
100 
319 
(D) 
(0) 
(01 
(Dl 
(0) 

2,906 

(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 



2,193 
100 
(0) 

214 
(D) 

2,647 
(D) 

I'd) 

(D) 

(D) 

5,385 

(D) 



24,879 

12,640 
(D) 
(D) 
1 ,805 
(Dl 
67 
319 
(D) 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(0) 
(01 

2,894 

(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 



2,171 
100 
(Dl 
200 
(D) 

2,589 

(D) 

(D) 
(D) 

(D) 

3,096 

(D) 



741 
370 

(d) 

(D) 

41 

(D) 

4 

15 
tD) 
(0) 
(01 
(Dl 
(01 



(D) 
(D) 
(D 

(D) 



(01 

18 

(D) 

103 
(D) 

I'd] 
to) 

tD) 
128 
(D) 



351 
tD) 
(D) 

39 

(01 

3 

15 
(D) 
(01 
(Dl 
IDl 
(Dl 



(D) 
(D) 

(D) 
(D) 



(01 

17 

(D) 

96 

(D) 

(D) 
(D) 

(D) 
1 16 

(D) 



106 

tD) 

tD) 

6 

(0) 

9 

8 

(D) 

(D) 

tD) 

tD) 

(D) 



tD) 
(D) 
tD) 
tD) 



(D) 
8 

(01 
9 

(D) 

16 
(D) 

tD) 
tD) 

tD) 

5 

(D) 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
' Includes plant-owned outlets. 



n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $500. 



Represents zero. 



CALIFORNIA 



CALIFORNIA 

(58 COUNTIES) 

LEGEND 

• PLACES OF 25,000 TO 100,000 

• PLACES OF 100,000 AND OVER 
STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS 

STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS 



FRESNO 

LOS ANGELES- LONG BEACH 

SACRAMENTO 

SAN BERNARDINO-RIVERSIDE-ONTARIO 

SAN DIEGO 

6 SAN FRANCISCO-OAKLAND 

7 SAN JOSE 

8 STOCKTON 




SAN FRANCISCO 

^AN FRANCISCO BAY- 
OAKLAND 
SAN MATEO 
REDWOOD CITY- 
SOUTH ALAMEDA 
SAN FRA NCISCO PAL O ALTO 

SAN MATEO 

SANTA cnUZ 



OXNARD 
CULVER CITY 
SANTA MONICA 

MANHATTAN BEACH^ 
REDONDO BEACH- 



LONC BEACH 

\ ^V COMPTON 

SAN DIECO" 
NATIONAL CITY 
CHULA VISTA' 



CONTENTS 



Table Page 

101. Selected Services : 195A- - The State 5-4- 

lOlA. Selected Services : 194.8 - The State 5-6 

102. Selected Services: 1954- - Coimties; Cities of 2,500 Inhabitants or 

More 5-7 

103. Selected Services: 1954 - Standard Metropolitan Areas 5-11 

104. Selected Services: 1954 - Counties With 200 Establishments or More.... 5-26 

105. Selected Services: 1954 - Cities With 200 Establishments of More 5-50 



The following pages contain revisions of data previously published 
on the corresponding pages of Selected Services Bulletin Series S-1: 



5-4 


5-8 


5-22 


5-42 


5-5 


5-13 


5-32 


5-59 


5-7 


5-14 


5-33 


5-60 



5-3 



5-4 



SELECTED SERVICES— AREA STATISTICS 



Table 101. SELECTED SERVICES; ly54 — THE STATE 
Establishments, Receipts, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



Kind of business 



Establishments 



Total 
(Number) 



With 
payroll 

(Number) 



Receipts 



Total, aU 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Dollars) 



Full 

workweek 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Number) 



FuU 
workweek 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 
nesses 
only) 
(Number) 



Selected services, total 

PersoQal Services 
Total _ 

Barber, beauty shops 

Barber shops 

Beauty shops 

Barber and beauty shops combined 

Fimeral service, crematories 

Photographic studios (including commercial photography) 

Shoe repair shops, shoeshine parlors, hat cleaning shops 

Shoe repair shops 

Shoeshine parlors 

Hat cleaning shops 

Cleaning, pressing, dyeing, garment repair 

Pressing, alteration, garment repair (except fur) 

Cleaning, pressing shops, and independent plant outlets.. 

Garment repair, alteration (except fur) 

Fur repair, storage 

Cleaning, dyeing plants 

Cleaning, dyeing plants (except rug cleaning) ^ 

Rug cleaning, repairing plants 

Laundries, laundry services 

Power laundries, self-service laundries 

Power laundries ' 

Self-service laundries 

Industrial laundries 

Linen supply 

Diaper service 

Laundries (except power) 

Miscellaneous personal services 

(^stume, dress suit rental 

Turkish bath, massage parlors 

Rug, furniture cleaning on location 

Coin-operated service machine establishments 

Miscellaneous personal services, n.e.c 



Business Services (exc. Accounting, Auditing, Bookkeeping) 

Total 

Advertising 

Advertising agencies. 

Outdoor advertising services 

Miscellaneous advertising 

Oinsmner, mercantile credit; adjustment, collection agencies... 

Private employment agencies 

News syndicates 

DupUcating, addressing, mailing, stenographic services 

Blueprinting, photocopying services 

Services to dwellings, other buildings 

Disinfecting, exterminating services 

Window cleaning 

Miscellaneous services to dwellings, other buildings 

Business services, n.e.c 

Auctioneers' estabUshments (service only) 

Coin-operated machine rental, repair services 

Detective agencies 

Interior decorating service 

Photofinishing laboratories 

Sign painting shops 

Telephone answering service 

Window display service 

Other business services, n.e.c 



Automobile Repair Services, Ganges 



Total 

Automobile repair _. 

General automobile repair shops 

Battery, ignition repah and service 

Glass replacement, repair 

Paint shops 

Radiator repair shops 

Tire repair shops 

Top and body repair 

Automobile repair, n.e.c 

Brake repair shops _ 

Wheel, axle, spring repair shops 

Other automobile repair shops, n.e.c 

Automobile storage, parking 

Parking structures, storage garages 

Parking lots 

Automobile, truck rentals (without drivers). 

Automobile services (except repair) , 

Automobile laundries — -- -- 

Automobile services, n.e.c 



77.862 



301961 

lUi 166 

7.330 

6.716 

120 

645 

li6«6 

2. tin 

2. lUU 

246 

54 

7.813 

5.53'5 

4.419 

1.120 

117 

2. 157 

1.903 

254 

3.091 

2.341 

1N41 

(NAI 

60 

117 

29 

544 

1.159 

43 

314 

92 



52 

658 



1 1.868 

969 

653 

82 

234 

591 

560 

37 

1.036 

151 

2. 146 

563 

450 

1 .133 

6.378 

75 

48 

226 

372 

176 

572 

192 

126 

4.591 



10.528 

8.687 

5.528 

152 

99 

317 

302 

305 

1.092 

892 

295 

130 

467 

1.082 

243 

839 

267 

492 

308 

184 



14.518 

6.756 

3.330 

3.330 

96 

547 

640 

538 

478 

38 

22 

3.651 

1 .809 

1 .645 

164 

73 

1 .769 

1.633 

136 

1 .841 

1.423 

1 .061 

362 

58 

107 

25 

228 

345 

31 

52 

26 

28 

208 



5.204 
555 
377 

62 
1 16 
457 
312 
7 
314 
129 
918 
393 
184 
341 
2.512 

31 

12 
164 

30 
130 
180 
142 

26 
1.797 



5.328 
4.131 
2.458 

82 

77 
205 
130 
141 
608 
430 
16) 

90 
179 
782 
235 
547 
157 
258 
194 

64 



548.355 

133.670 

56.949 

74.353 

2.368 

46.417 

32.048 

18.805 

17.232 

851 

722 

151.532 

54.728 

50.790 

3.938 

1 .663 

95.141 

89. 156 

5.985 

151 . 156 

94.015 

1N4 1 

(NA) 

16.476 

32.992 

1 .644 

6.029 

14.727 

1.392 

2. 130 

998 

2.150 

3.057 



580.377 

243.733 

203.185 

24.238 

16.310 

30. 174 

12.352 

400 

17.160 

15.070 

51 . 170 

19.249 

7.01 1 

24.910 

210.318 

2.436 

1 .522 

8. 168 

4.498 

20.083 

7.355 

4.320 

1.519 

160.417 



274.357 

203.084 

123.522 

4.220 

4.663 

8.533 

5.496 

9.122 

26. 153 

21 .375 

8.207 

4.031 

9.137 

35.350 

15.854 

19.496 

23.286 

12.637 

9.553 

3.084 



2,223.761 



458.863 

103.552 

39.977 

61 .413 

2.162 

44.029 

24.624 

9.613 

8.728 

305 

580 

124.882 

31 .490 

30.106 

1 .384 

1 .399 

91 .993 

36.886 

5.107 

141 .364 

86.409 

80.378 

6.031 

(D) 

32.750 

1 .556 

(D) 

10.799 

1 .238 

1 .092 

563 

1 .976 

5.925 



533.505 

238.339 

193.931 

24.074 

15.334 

29.268 

10.954 

250 

13.080 

14.850 

45.080 

17.659 

5.815 

21 .606 

181 .684 

2.094 

1 .248 

7.658 

896 

1 9 . 84 1 

5.289 

4.028 

999 

139.631 



226.567 

160.254 

93.518 

3.438 

4.261 

7.733 

4.040 

7.664 

22.467 

17.133 

6.92) 

3.733 

6.479 

33.030 

15.756 

17.274 

22.132 

11.151 

9.021 

2.130 



134.735 

45.747 

18.356 

26.263 

1 .128 

9.927 

6.890 

3.021 

2.679 

105 

237 

50.231 

7.842 

7.373 

464 

292 

42.097 

40.393 

1 .704 

65.717 

42,846 

41 .663 

1 .178 

6.919 

14.073 

623 

1.256 

3.202 

333 

332 

228 

396 

1 .913 



150.890 

30.537 

18.470 

7.733 

4.384 

14.745 

4.778 

29 

4.544 

5.160 

25.721 

7.619 

3.356 

14.746 

65.326 

445 

41 1 

4.682 

165 

6.736 

1 .919 

1 .817 

288 

48.863 



60.626 

42.373 

23.548 

757 

910 

2.533 

1.118 

1.25) 

6.964 

5.292 

2.070 

1 .230 

1 .992 

9.249 

4'. 697 

4.352 

4.215 

4.789 

4.058 

731 



17.487.520 



3.655.022 

947.723 

378.420 

547.892 

21 .41 1 

191 .677 

155.038 

58.438 

50.800 

1 .839 

5.749 

974.075 

147.920 

137.782 

10.138 

6.830 

319.325 

736.578 

32.747 

1 .259.286 

822.579 

799.553 

23.026 

135.475 

266.121 

12.120 

22.991 

68.785 

6.601 

7.899 

4.390 

7.317 

42.578 



3.034.1 15 

602.907 

366.945 

143.562 

92.400 

310.355 

98.525 

931 

93.398 

103.210 

518.586 

152.466 

66.522 

299.598 

1.306.203 

8.220 

8.) )7 

)0) .486 

4.1 34 

131 .946 

38.815 

42.256 

6.062 

965.167 



.177.524 

824.940 

462.230 

14.868 

17.806 

49.415 

21 .228 

24.184 

133.672 

101 .487 

38.157 

24.3)3 

39.017 

174.643 

88.191 

86.452 

32.427 

95.514 

80.956 

14.558 



16.222.1 1 1 



3.445.521 

892.222 

360.483 

512.318 

19.416 

1 S-4.553 

146.866 

54.000 

46.699 

1 .750 

5.551 

920.558 

132.484 

123.297 

9.187 

5.884 

782.190 

751 .206 

50.984 

1 .164.1 10 

761 .999 

742.776 

19.223 

133.212 

256.992 

1 1 .621 

20.286 

63.202 

5.669 

7.508 

4.032 

7.139 

38.354 



2.841.547 

578.246 

563.981 

132.670 

HI .595 

299.159 

B5.a47 

739 

79.930 

101 .271 

483.434 

145.224 

61 .062 

277.143 

1 .212.921 

7.071 

8.117 

93.440 

3.541 

129.822 

35.625 

39.229 

5.736 

390.340 



1 .1 14.925 

794.764 

444.268 

14.500 

17.454 

47.843 

20.601 

23.526 

128.245 

98.327 

56.666 

23.61 1 

38.050 

160.282 

81 .950 

78.332 

79.373 

80.506 

66.359 

13.647 



241 .116 



64.936 

16.259 

5.937 

9.962 

360 

2.637 

2.537 

1 .062 

896 

68 

98 

17.119 

3.155 

2.920 

235 

1 17 

13.847 

13.359 

488 

24.069 

16.703 

16.034 

669 

1 .967 

4.543 

216 

640 

1 .253 

1 12 

160 

70 

103 

808 



44,710 

6.410 

2.997 

1 .472 

1.941 

4.733 

2.052 

19 

2.496 

1.243 

8.965 

1.989 

1 .102 

5.874 

18.792 

210 

64 

1 .932 

83 

2.044 

510 

846 



17.460 

1 1 .007 

6.284 

199 

238 

686 

277 

336 

1 .716 

1.271 

465 

289 

517 

2.901 

1 .296 

1 .605 

944 

2.608 

2.362 

246 



57,179 

14,305 

5,273 

3,732 

301 

2,295 

2.221 

877 

735 

54 

87 

15.131 

2.517 

2.325 

192 

92 

12.522 

12.099 

423 

21 .317 

14.462 

13.994 

468 

1 .839 

4.242 

)94 

530 

1 .032 

85 

143 

55 

93 

656 



36.679 

5.415 

2.902 

1 .267 

1 .246 

4.309 

1 .449 

1C 

1 ,257 

1 . 175 

7.558 

1 .803 

934 

4.921 

15.395 

153 

64 

1 ,546 

57 

1 .951 

402 

741 

77 

10.404 



15.020 

10.039 

5.722 

179 

229 

538 

259 

307 

1 .555 

1 .189 

428 

272 

489 

2.378 

1 .159 

1 .219 

859 

1 .594 

1.475 

218 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid diaclosiure. 
' Includes plantK)wned outlets. 



(NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not appUcable. (Z) Lees than $500. 



Represents zero. 



CALIFORNIA 



5-5 



Table 101. SELECTED SERVICES; 1954 — THE STATE — Continued 
Establishments, Receipts, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



Kind of business 



Miscellaneous Repair Senrices 

Total, , ,_ 

Watch, docli, jewelrj- repair.. 

UphoIster>', furniture repair 

Electrical repair shops 

Radio, television repair shops 

Refrigerator ser\'ice, repair shops 

Other electrical repair shops, n.e.c 

Blacksmith shops, 

Miscellaneous repair shops 

Armature reminding, electric motor repair and rebuilding 

Bicycle repair shops 

Leather goods repair shops 

Locksmith, gunsmith shops 

Musical instrument repair. 

Repair shops, n.e.c 

Law-imiower, saw, knife, tool sharpening and repair shops 

Typewriter repair shops 

Welding repair shops 

Other repair shops, n.e.c 



Amusement, RecreaiioD Services (inc. Motion Pictures) 
Total 

Motion picture theaters 

Motion picture theaters (except drive-in) 

Drive-in motion picture theaters 

Motion picture production, distribution, ser\'ices 

Motion picture production 

Motion picture production other than for television 

Motion picture production for television,, 

Motion picture distribution, 

Motion picture film exchanges other than for television. 

Motion picture film exchanges for television 

Ser\'ices allied to motion picture distribution 

Ser\-ices aUied to motion picture production 

Billiard and pool parlors, bowling alleys 

Billiard, pool parlors 

Bowling alleys 

Race track operation (including racing stables) 

Automobile 



Establishments 



Total 

(Number) 



Dog, 



Horse (including racing stables) _ , 

Sports promoters, commercial operators 

Baseball, football, athletic fields, sports promoters 

Baseball clubs 

Football clubs 

Other sports clubs, promoters 

Bathing beaches 

Golf courses 

Riding academies 

Skating rinks 

Swimming pools,. 

Commercial sports operators, n.e.c 

Boat, canoe rentals 

Other commercial sports operators, n.e.c 

Theatrical presentations and services 

Bands, orchestras, entertainers 

Dance halls, studios, schools (exc. children's, professional) . 

Membership golf, country clubs 

Amusement, recreation services, n.e.c 

Amusement parks, devices, shooting galleries 

Carnivals, circuses, , 

Coin-operated amusement device establishments 

Other amusement, recreation services, n.e.c 

Hotels, Motels, Tourist Courts, Camps 

Total ,,, 

Hotels ,, 

Year-round ,,. 

25 or more guest rooms 

Less than 25 guest rooms 

Seasonal 

Motels, tourist courts, camps 

Motels, tourist courts, trailer parks 

Motels, tourist courts 

Trailer parks, , ,, 

Sporting, recreational camps , , 



10.769 

111 16 

U393 

2,768 

Itd73 

1196 

399 

3U4 

5, 1144 

197 

11 

5U 

296 

313 

«iau3 

38* 

86 

755 

3.018 



6.333 

i.oet 

925 
159 
661 
369 
259 
1 10 
lUU 
100 

21 

23 
1U8 
662 
418 
244 
158 

41 

3 

1 14 

748 

72 

15 
3 

54 
7 

67 
1 13 
139 

in 

239 
131 
108 
384 
726 
277 
123 
1.510 
243 
75 
515 
677 



7i400 

2.922 

(NAI 

(NAl 

(NAI 

(NAI 

4,475 

3.998 

3. 142 

f 56 

480 



With 
payroll 



3.125 

176 

547 

756 

491 

146 

119 

102 

1 ,544 

155 

5 

12 

46 

31 

1.295 

1 18 

34 

273 

870 



4.461 
1 .044 
B91 
153 
539 
313 
209 
104 
122 
78 
2 

23 

104 

440 

208 

232 

76 

27 

1 

48 

426 

52 

15 

3 

34 

5 

61 

57 

31 

75 

95 

49 

46 

258 

584 

227 

1 19 

748 

171 

37 

235 

305 



4.1 14 

2.076 

1.955 

1 .462 

493 

121 

2.038 

1.860 

1.544 

316 

178 



Receipts 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 



570,093 

142.446 

1 16.678 

25.768 

188,223 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

59.067 

49,381 

7.543 

2.143 

(D) 

24.275 

5.562 

IS. 713 

43.hi75 

(D) 

(01 

42. 151 

24.015 

8.972 

(D) 

(Dl 

3.453 

1 14 

4.032 

1 .690 

4.385 

1 .391 

3.431 

1 .693 

1 .738 

48.518 

13.616 

13.264 

23.390 

48.471 

6.764 

6. 190 

17.248 

18.269 



296.897 

224. 144 

(NAI 

(NAI 

(NAI 

(NAI 

72.753 

65.023 

55.023 

10.000 

7,730 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1.0001 



231 


.996 


179 


.67? 


8 


821 


4 


.015 


22 


518 


16 


.362 


45 


918 


30 


452 


28 


255 


17 


.723 


9 


160 


6 


.144 


8 


503 


6 


585 


4 


4r5 


3 


057 


150 


334 


125 


786 


13 


157 


12 


7 35 




448 




58 




426 




264 


2 


390 




966 


1 


850 




746 


132 


073 


111 


017 


6 


030 


4 


680 


1 


317 


1 


003 


14. 


512 


10 


698 


110. 


214 


94 


636 



553.643 

141 .95J 

116.214 

25.736 

186,759 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

58.759 

49.073 

7.543 

2.143 

(D) 

22.373 

3.804 

18.569 

43.21 1 

(D) 

(Dl 

41 .607 

21.721 

8.828 

(D) 

(01 

3.309 

(Dl 

3.976 

1 .323 

3.763 

(D) 

2.537 

1 .205 

1 .382 

47.364 

1 1 .882 

12.8D8 

23.354 

42.221 

6.268 

5.816 

14.800 

15.337 



271 .51 1 

217.550 

205.438 

196.939 

R.499 

12.112 

53.951 

48.639 

42.323 

6.316 

5.322 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



68,838 

1 ,286 

4,-16 

8,836 

5.245 

1.725 

1 ,866 

E36 

53,064 

4,668 

9 

88 

234 

441 

47.624 

1 ,658 

319 

3,503 

42,144 



334,181 

27.550 

23.280 

4,270 

230,802 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

6,294 

4,825 

778 

691 

(D) 

8.542 

1 ,124 

7,418 

9,309 

(D) 

(D) 

8,932 

6,964 

3,503 

(D) 

(Dl 

655 

23 

1 ,165 

322 

1 ,r41 

274 

535 

261 

374 

18,565 

5.407 

5.453 

9.533 

12.056 

2. 055 

2,493 

2.553 

4,R55 



87,909 

77,954 

74,C56 

72,010 

2.045 

3,898 

9,955 

?,684 

7,700 

984 

1 .271 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(DoUais) 



1 .403.942 

24.105 

101 .078 

176,554 

108.323 

32.139 

36,192 

15.347 

' ,086,858 

94,955 

135 

1 .835 

4.657 

8.887 

976.389 

31 ,501 

6,222 

55,548 

873,1 18 



5,515,310 

535,317 

452,078 

83,239 

4,554,01 1 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

116.489 

88,683 

15,047 

12,759 

(D) 

167,782 

20,608 

147,174 

203,009 

(D) 

(Dl 

198.309 

118.423 

51 .312 

(D) 

(D) 

6,626 

159 

25,071 

5,770 

23,277 

2,103 

10,731 

4.484 

5.247 

310.159 

99.639 

1 15.014 

203.348 

198.508 

32.594 

28.137 

49.241 

88.636 



1.701 .607 

1 .525.011 

1 .465.556 

1 .429.039 

36.517 

59.455 

176.596 

161 .973 

142.613 

19.360 

14.523 



FuU 
workweek 



1 .343.926 

23.520 

"5.510 

167,887 

102.305 

30.38S 

35. 194 

14.790 

1,042,219 

91 ,936 

135 

1 .512 

4.31 1 

8.597 

935.728 

30.503 

5.904 

52.373 

835.948 



5,894,133 

475,142 

402,558 

73.484 

4,155,942 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

113,114 

85,597 

14,912 

12.605 

(D) 

137.763 

19.576 

1 18.187 

188,385 

(D) 

(Dl 

185,383 

104,099 

45,975 

(D) 

(01 

4.264 

109 

23.087 

5.164 

18,294 

1 ,565 

9,805 

3,787 

5,013 

297,859 

73,456 

f 5.550 

190.099 

184.838 

25.065 

27.554 

47.270 

83,949 



1 ,582,059 

1 .425.739 

1 .373.877 

1 .340.340 

33.537 

51 ,852 

155,320 

143,384 

125,925 

17.458 

12.936 



Paid employees, 
workweeK ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Numtier) 



61 .007 

13,470 

1 1 ,488 

1 .982 

25.262 

(D) 

(D) 



FuU 
workweek 



(Number) 



only) 
(Number) 



31 ,599 

27.996 

27 . 1 03 

26.264 

839 

893 

3.703 

3.436 

3.023 

413 

267 



Standard Notes : ( D ) Withheld to avoid disclosure. ( NA ) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. 



(Z) 1 



i than $500. 



Represents zero. 



5-6 



SELECTED SERVICES -AREA STATISTICS 



Table lOlA. SELECTED SERVICES: 1948 — THE STATE 
Establishments and Receipts, by Kind of Business 



Kind of business 



Establish- 
roente 

(Number) 



Receipts 

(tl.OOO) 



Kind of business 



Establish- 
ments 

(Number) 



Receipts 

(tl.OOO) 



Personal Services 



Barber, l>eauty shops . _ 

Barber shops _ . 

Beauty shops - 

Bart>er and beauty shops combined 

Cleaning, dyeing plants 

fleaninR. dyeing plants (exc, rug cleaning) 
Hug cleaning, repairing plants 

I'uneral service, crematories 

Laundries, laundry services. 
Laundries, power ^. 
Linen supply service 
Diaper service.. 
Laijndries (exc. power) . 

Photographic studios 

Photographic studios (exc commercial photography) 
t'ommercial photography . 



Presiding, alteration, garment repair shops 

Pressing, alteration, garment repair shops (exc. fur repair and 

storage) . . 

Fur refiair and storage shops 

Shoe repair shops, shoeshine parlors, hat cleaning shops — 

Shoe repair sho[)s . . . . 

Shoeshine 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 miscellaneous personal services, n. e. c 



Busin 



s Services 



•.advertising - . 

•Advertising agencies 

Outdoor advertising service . 

Miscellaneous advertising service -... 

t^onsumer credit reporting agencies, mercantile reporting agencies, 

adjustment and collection agencies. . . 

UuplicAting, addressing, blueprinting, photocopying mailing, mail- 
ing list, stenographic services . . 

Duplicating, addressing, mailing, mailing list, stenographic 
services. 



Duplicating, addressing, maiUng, mailing list services.. 

Public stenographic services, court reporting — 

Blueprinting, photocopying services 



Employment agencies, private 

•News syndicates. . . . - 

Services to dwellings and other buildings 

Disinfecting, exterminating service ...... ..... 

Window cleaning .service. . 
•Miscellaneous service to dwellings and other buildings. . 

•Business services, n. e. c 

Auctioneers' establishments (service only)... 

•Coin-operated machine rental and repair services. . . . 

Detective agencies 

•Interior decorating service. 

Photofinishing laboratories 

Sign painting shops 

Telephone answering service _. . 

Window display service. 

•Other business .services, n, e. c 



Automobile Repair Scrricel, Garages 



Automobile repair shops — 

General automobile repair shops . 

Battery and ignition repair and service shops.. 

Gla.ss replacement and repair shops. . 

Paint shops 

Radiator repair shops 

Tire repair shops .... ..i..-^.. 

Top and body repair shops i 

.\utomobile repair shops, n. e. c . '. . . 

Brake repair shops 

Wheel, axle, spring repair shops 

Other automobile repau- shops, n, e. c . . 



11,585 
5,963 

5,472 
150 

1,462 

1,257 

205 

590 

1,460 

559 

89 

37 

775 

1,245 
962 
283 

4,951 

4,800 
151 

2,898 

2,420 

407 

71 

1,352 

738 

564 

38 

191 
335 



703 
398 

47 
268 



310 
139 
171 
89 



417 

242 

47 

128 

1,666 
30 
74 

107 
60 

200 

415 
55 
26 

699 



7,994 
5,167 
157 
111 
437 
284 
184 
861 
793 
215 
149 
429 



81,171 

35,963 

43,571 

1,647 

68,251 

64,139 

4,112 

33,651 

104, 330 

69,380 

25,112 

1,407 

8,481 

18,236 

13,086 

5,149 



44,379 
1,964 

18,667 

16,704 

1,126 

827 

17,218 
7,554 
9,664 
1,336 
1,390 
6,388 



50,695 
26,166 

13,384 
11,145 

23,664 

3,774 

4,035 
2,508 
1,527 
4,739 

3,977 

(D) 

20,638 

9,967 

853 

9,818 

(D) 
1,477 
3,003 

(D) 

1,670 

11,704 

4,991 

1,036 

(E) 
34,342 



152,634 
99,366 
2,803 
2,116 
6,262 
4,463 
4,054 
17,959 
15,622 
4,759 
3,212 
7,651 



Automobile Repair Services, Garages — Coo. 

.\utomobile rentals (without drivers) 

.\utomobile storage, parking 

Storage garages 

Parking lots. ... — 

.\utomobile services (exc. repairs) 

.Vutoniobile laundries 

.\vitomobile -services, n. e. c. . 



Miscellaneous Repair Services 



Blacksmith shops. ... . , . . 

Klectrical repair shops.. . ...... ..^ . — 

•Radio repair shops. ._" . 

Refrigerator .service and repair shops 

Other electrical repair .shops (inc. electrical appliance repair shops). 

Upholstery, furniture repair shops 

Watch, clock, jewelry repair .shops — 



.Miscellaneous repair shops. 

•Armature 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 



Amusements 



Motion picture theaters. . . 

Motion picture theaters, regular. . . . . . 

Outdoor motion picture theaters 

Portable motion picture theaters . . 

Bands, orchestras, and entertainers . 

Bowling alleys, billiard and pool parlors. 

Billiard and pool parlors . 

Bowling alleys ... . . 

Dance halls, studios, and schools 



Race track operation. 

.\utomobile ... 

Dog - 

•Horse . 



Sports promoters and commercial operators 

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 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 (exc. motion picture) 



Miscellaneous amusement and recreation service 

.■Vmusement devices . . 

.\musement parks ... 

Shooting galleries. 

Coin-operated amusement device services 

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



Holds, Tourisi Courts 



Hotels 
Tourist courts. 



929 
163 
766 

179 
141 
38 



305 



1,219 
696 
242 
281 

920 

1,218 

2,530 

165 

44 

56 

189 

77 

1,999 

77 

169 

38 

15 

16 

61 

243 

1,380 



1,104 

1,060 

43 

1 

102 

638 

444 
194 



69 
112 



581 
138 



180 
204 



3,494 
3,477 



Standard Notes: (D) Wltliheld to avoid dlBclOBure. (Na) Not available or not applicable. n. e. c. Not elsewhere claBBlfled. ... RepreeentB zero. 

*Data not comparable vtth I95I1 because of difference in enumeration techniques in the two ceneusee (see text). 

^Data in thlB table differ from those which appeared in the I9U6 Census of Service Trade. Such data were adjusted to exclude data for establishments with no payroll which had 
receiptB of lese than $1,000. 

^Includes industrial laundries. 



CALIFORNIA 



5-7 



Table 102. SELECTED SERVICES: 1954 — COUNTIES; CITIES OF 2,500 INHABITANTS OR MORE 
Toul Selected Services — Establishments, Receipts, Payroll, and Personnel; Kind-of-Business Group — Establishments and Receipts 



County and city 



Total 



Establishments 



Total 

(Number) 



With 
payroll 



Receipts 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
<S 1.000) 



Rstablish- 

ments with 

payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
vear 



($1,000) 



Paid employees, 

workweeK ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Number) 



FuU 
workweek 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 



only) 
(Number) 



Kind-of-business group 



Personal services 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(Number) 



Receipts 
($1,000) 



Automobile repair 
services, garages 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number) 



Receipts 

($1,000) 



All other selected 
services' 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Numlier) 



Receipts 

($1,000) 



California, total. 



Alameda County 

Alaoeda 

Albany 

Berlieley 

Emeryville 

Hayward 

LlveriDore 

Oakland 

Piedmont 

Pleasanton 

San Leandro 

Remainder of County. 



Alpine County. 
Amador County. 



Butte County 

Ctiico 

Oidley 

Oroville 

Remainder of County. 



Calaveras County. 



Colusa County 

Colusa 

Remainder of County. 



Contra Costa County 

Antioch 

Concord 

El Cerrito 

Martinez 

Pittsburg 

Richmond 

San Pablo 

Remainder of County. 



Del Norte County. 



El Dorado County 

Placerville 

Remainder of County. 



Fresno County 

Clovis 

Coalings 

Fresno 

Orenge Cove 

Reedley 

Sanger 

Selma 

Remainder of County. 



Glenn County 

Willows 

Remainder of County. 



Humboldt County 

Areata 

Eureka 

Remainder of County. 



Imperial County 

Bravley 

Calexico 

El Centro 

Holtville 

Remainder of County. 



Inyo County 

Bishop 

Remainder of County. 



Kem County 

Baiersfield 

Delano 

Taft 

Wasco 

Remainder of County. 



Kings County 

Corcoran 

Hanford 

Remainder of County. 



Lake County. 



Lassen County 

Susanville 

Remainder of County. 



736 
28 

.i30 

U9 

2.V79 

29 

22 

430 



153 
27 
62 

1U6 



76 

89 

103 

6a 

122 

375 

67 

522 



61 

1«1 



1 tBU2 



50 
lll21 
12 
52 
39 
U6 
494 



53 

.:3U 
266 



122 
2B 
59 



ol9 
76 
63 
27 

423 

.144 



2,502,075 



2,223,761 



1 ,679, 363 



114,672 



14,123 



5,425 



2.35Q 



39,251 



12 

98 

25 

1 1287 

3 

14 

113 

128 



18 
172 



4,07b 

l6,61 6 

J, 050 

j,866 

805 

8t,52.i 

1V1 

983 
4l99o 
6,017 

96 

7bu 

6,64^ 



3,882 

3,776 

13,^78 

2,970 

2,942 

(d) 

77,630 

101 

953 

3,878 

4,173 

(D) 



5,480 



1 ,476 

872 

(D) 

.18,381 

(0) 

339 

1,111 

1,313 

tD) 



559 

856 

1 ,756 

329 

301 

(n) 

9,228 

ID) 
140 
422 
462 

(D) 

63 

676 



397 
621 

1,250 
317 
241 
(D) 

7,777 

(0) 

54 

357 

353 

(D) 



523 



2,178 



778 

28 

249 

(D) 

3,083 

(D) 

21 

309 

468 

(D) 



164 

36 

388 

b 

98 

16 

1 ,366 

5 

b 

106 

155 



1 ,276 
1 ,864 



2,738 

268 

1 ,054 

1,420 

308 



346 
425 



350 

30 

168 

128 

43 



421 

5,96i 

36 

1 ,237 

318 

25,277 

2B 

200 

1,545 

1 ,831 



21? 
2,1 IB 



267 
25 

132 
99 

31 



145 
27 
84 

144 



1,151 
137 
539 
291 

8i 



543 

(D) 

1 ,983 

• t • 
7B5 

91 
10,780 

• • t 
ID) 

1,133 
1,119 



111 
21 

270 
20 
97 
24 
1 ,249 
24 
13 

132 

217 



372 
48 

no 

379 



382 



62 1 
360 



2b,680 



26 

39 
45 
28 
46 

163 
21 

214 

53 



1 ,107 
1 ,413 
1 ,67.; 
3,43.; 
1 ,84b 
7,555 
1 ,057 
8,596 

i,963 



543 
164 



21 ,434 



163 
24 



7,674 



781 
1,017 
1 ,246 
3,136 
1,176 
6,313 

773 
6,992 

2,171 



253 
265 
285 

2,076 
360 

2,382 
183 

2,070 

493 



117 
98 
143 
443 
150 
768 
61 
771 

196 



83 
81 

101 
304 
138 
672 
50 
568 

160 



100 
107 

68 
151 
409 

72 
555 

175 



34 
39 
41 
28 
5b 

194 
23 

191 



239 
57 



8,441 



T5T 

10) 



3,293 



490 
576 
506 
686 
634 

2,676 
289 

2,584 

471 



102 
375 
146 
202 
246 
1 ,165 
105 
952 

529 



1 ,026 
t,106 



4u,834 



JZE' 

804 
3U,09o 
156 
836 
594 
754 
7,274 

1 ,225 



582 
1,644 



33,694 



-ZTff 

4S2 

26,468 

98 

578 

412 

634 

4,804 

859 



172 
432 



10,960 



76 
123 



-57 
131 

9,088 

14 

171 

109 

154 

1 ,261 

219 



656 

569 



I ,120 
6,725 

4,863 

6,416 



598 
261 



10,740 



ZS" 

52 
3,294 

9 

77 

54 

79 

473 

153. 



56 
101 



3,514 



72 
154 



103 
20 



-FT 

33 

2,895 

7 

66 

36 

67 

389 

LL5_ 



666 



1 ,169 
12 



44 
516 



101 
14 



_2* 



19 

441 

5 

22 

17 

2U 

131 

2!? 



426 

74 



12,091 



164 

9,320 

49 

323 

259 

28 J 

1 ,539 



5" 

1U 

19= 

1 



172 

147 



6,661 



-55- 
253 
4,463 
(0) 
115 
69 
129 
(D) 



212 
203 



ID) 
(D) 



994 
5,901 
3,845 

7,572 



319 

1 ,917 

972 



103 
635 
352 



92 
547 

241 



61 
251 
289 



1 ,73v 
644 

4,069 
719 

1 ,245 

3,074 



467 

1,54U 

743 

1 ,716 



270 
1,010 
1,035 



1 >^^t, 

1 ,946 



3j,4CO 



1 ,465 
552 

3,759 
641 

1,155 

2,828 



408 
146 
,071 
170 
310 

737 



435 

78 

117 



69 

38 

119 

30 



349 

45 

1,148 

82 

92 

476 



553 

ID) 
"17 
242 

(D) 

97 



15 
209 



104 



19,663 

1 ,324 

1 ,691 

562 

10,220 

J,63j 



998 
1 ,630 



29,312 



255 
4B2 



8,954 



109 
325 



3,185 



89 
247 



356 
120 



7,106 



5,963 



571 
1 ,709 
1 ,353 

2,523 

I ,401 



17,481 

1,144 

1 ,495 

452 

8,740 

2 ,635 



5,758 
280 
475 
135 

2,306 

791 



397 
1,389 
1,049 

1,741 

1,035 



2,110 

127 

153 

5B 

737 

356 



1 ,835 
92 
138 



436 
259 



467 
2o3 



45 
199 

112 

73 

118 



31 
179 



675 
78 
70 
30 

461 

257 



46 
112 



216 

89 



187 
3i; 



11 
118 



_2i. 



4,329 
528 
572 
229 

1 ,446 

1i2a? 



4,082 
160 
291 
111 

1,319 

749 



166 
928 
193 

340 

466 



182 
266 
301 



881 
154 



221 
42 



383 
82 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $500. ... Represents zero. 
'Includes Business Services, Miscellaneous Repair Services. Amusement and Recreation Services, Motion Pictures, Hotels, Tourist Courts, Motels, and Camps. 



34 
31 

49 
29 
51 

125 
37 

273 

109 



_L41 



24 
117 



— TZ 

21 

485 



18 
259 



_5iL 



25 

130 
176 



320 
36 



76tl79 



1 ,963 

ID) 
6,673 
3,020 
1 ,844 

396 
52,465 

163 

(D) 
2,316 
3,067 

96 



3,615 



I ,621 
173 
627 

1 ,194 

(D) 



(D) 



14,946 



515 

462 
1 ,020 
2,544 

968 
3,714 

663 
5,060 

1 ,963 

2,313 



428 
1 ,665 



22,082 



3B7 
16,307 
(D) 
396 
266 
342 
(D) 

I2A 



(D) 
(D) 



7,643 



383 
4,175 
3,085 

5,536 



1,037 
(D) 

2,504 
395 

(D) 

2,501 



695 
1 ,806 



20,391 



1 1 ,252 
636 
828 
222 

7,453 

1l595 



221 
515 
859 

2,086 

(D) 



612 

302 



5-8 



SELECTED SERVICES -AREA STATISTICS 



Table 102. SELECTED SERVICES: 1954 — COUNTIES; CITIES OF 2,500 INHABITANTS OR MORE — Continued 
Total Selected Services — Establishments, Receipts, PayroU, and Personnel; Kind-of-Business Group — Establishments and Receipts 



County and city 



Total 



Establishments 



Total 

(Number) 



With 
payroll 



Receipts 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
(»1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Number) 



Full 

workweek 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 



only) 

(Number) 



Kind-of-business group 



Personal services 



Estab- 

bsh- 

ments 

(Number) 



Receipts 

($1,000) 



Automobile repair 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(Numljer) 



Receipts 

($1,000) 



AU other selected 
services* 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number) 



Los Angeles County 

AUiambra. 

Arcadia 

Azusa 

Bell 

Beverly Hills 

Burbanlf 

Claremont 

CoQpton 

Covina 

Culver City 

El Monte 

El Segundo 

Gardena 

Glendale 

Glendora 

Hawthorne 

Hermosa Beach 

Huntington Par)( 

Inglewood 

La Verne 

Long Beach 

Los Angeles 

Lynwood 

Manhattan Beach 

Maywood 

Monrovia 

Montebello 

Monterey Parli 

Palos Verdes Estates. 

Pasadena 

Pomona 

Redondo Beach 

San Fernando 

San Gabriel 

San Marino 

Santa Monica 

Sierra Madre 

Signal Hill 

South Gate 

South Pasadena 

Torrance 

West Covina 

Whittier 

Remainder of County.. 



Madera County 

Chowchilla 

Madera 

Remainder of County. 



Marin County 

Corte Madera 

Fairfax 

Larlsspur 

Mill Valley 

San Anselmo 

San Rafael 

S&usalito 

Remainder of County. 



Mariposa County. 



Mendocino County 

Fort Bragg 

inciah 

Willits 

Remainder of County. 



Merced County 

Atuater 

Los Bancs 

Merced 

Remainder of County. 



Modoc County 

Alturas 

Remainder of County. 



Mono County. 



Monterey County 

Carmel by the Sea... 

King City 

Monterey 

Pacific Grove 

Salines 

Remainder of County. 



Napa County 

Napa 

Remainder of County. 



215 

68 

131 

70« 

634 

31 

37« 

63 

263 

UH 
155 

79a 

3B 
126 

87 
303 
125 

16 

2, 106 

17,301 

172 

86 

81 
169 
139 
107 

11 

1 tusa 

Jlo 
16U 
139 
190 
5b 

bee 

511 

«5 
281 

83 
139 

3-1 

280 

3lS«2 

IBB 



122 

30 



19 
26 
2B 
72 
Ut 

16H 
71 

135 



33 

35 
167 
121 



62 
23 
197 
59 
268 
323 



172 
120 



PIS" 

101 
30 

71 

486 

324 

13 

190 

34 

1'19 

78 

26 

93 

396 

16 

62 

47 

155 

245 

S 

1 ,098 

8,653 

86 

36 

45 

"3 

59 

49 

5 

sl6 

1^8 

78 

75 

70 

22 

J64 

IB 

13 

141 

43 

75 

12 

|40 

1 IO«.4 



17^ 



61 .547 

4b. 95V 

4Vc 

t.9'-lt 

1 tMi 

IV.OlH 

J<.144 

1 .597 

9.1 ]^ 

2o.2Vb 

7io 

2.2!r7 

1 .931 

b.3e3 

2,1.853 

179 

63.303 

771 ,875 

4. lot 

1 .279 

1 .261 

J.Ot- I 

^.451 

,1.029 

2tjJ 

3L.777 

0.19i 

3.3r 1 

^fbt 1 

iilho 

72„ 

W.U9 

433 

1 .34i 

6.850 

1 .526 

t.607 

4L o 

0.7t^ 

94 .87^ 



, 150,697 



.196 

14,2*6 

594 

2.319 

59 1 3 1 9 

43.777 

402 

7.442 

B99 

17.998 

2.698 

1.453 

8.595 

17.710 

622 

1 .869 

1|645 

7.547 

21.363 

129 

56,527 

712, 177 

3,570 

B49 

1.067 

2.6*1 

1.B25 

1 .697 

241 

26.769 

5.028 

2,595 

2,443 

2.285 

520 

16.615 

355 

638 

5,812 

1,286 

2,195 

3*4 

5,61 1 

80,332 

2,514 



550.556 



2.196 

3.909 

1 74 

693 

tl .820 

45,709 

151 

2,557 

257 

44,571 

774 

530 

3.033 

5.9U1 

1 75 

677 

366 

2.550 

5.060 

34 

19.223 

312, 390 

1 .323 

230 

353 

767 

494 

558 

78 

10.1 3H 

1 .576 

BJ3 

725 

779 

227 

5,30" 

12' 

311 

1 ,876 

368 

713 

132 

1 ,74H 

49,07B 

677 



705 

649 

61 

272 

3,749 

6,351 

59 

907 

99 

5,607 

261 

155 

759 

2,036 

89 

254 

177 

880 

1 ,779 

14 

6,685 

75,058 

402 

102 

130 

286 

176 

190 

21 

3,265 

619 

359 

256 

304 

72 

1 .956 

39 

68 

540 

131 

282 

46 

595 

9.046 



1 J*. 135 



587 

579 

47 

239 

3.314 

5,738 

53 

695 

82 

4,350 

219 

136 

705 

1 ,728 

31 

181 

145 

671 

1 ,519 

12 

5,645 

63,514 

338 

72 

88 

219 

122 

157 

14 

2,859 

525 

285 

222 

254 

66 

1 ,690 

32 

68 

513 

101 

236 

39 

500 

7,585 

224 



305 
207 

67 
133 
512 
668 

36 
393 

76 
274 
134 

49 
160 
817 

39 
142 

95 
30? 
445 

17 

2.136 

17.337 

194 

89 

89 
173 
141 
1 15 

15 
1 .132 
344 
166 
146 
212 

59 
691 

37 

50 
305 

91 
152 

45 

301 

3.766 



144 
90 



217 

226 
19 

I6i 
30 

1 12 
43 
22 
55 

32U 
13 
4c 
44 

137 

191 
5 

870 
7.049 
69 
41 
45 
65 
60 
41 
7 

472 

154 
91 
62 
76 
31 

257 

19 

7 

12B 
41 
52 
12 

121 
1 .309 

5u 



250.613 



223 
T 



15 
152 



250 

1,696 

558 

8,275 



45H 
165 



27 
193 



22 

153 



35 

143 

33 



2,576 

1,710 
298 
601 

5.493 

3.145 
334 

2.314 
455 

3.226 
93B 
287 
81U 

5,645 
157 
820 
56d 

2.021 

3.821 
(D) 
17,335 
143,191 
300 
531 
611 

1,119 
836 
646 

(n) 

10,472 
2,544 
1 ,667 
1 ,026 

881 

551 
4,873 

27B 

6U 

2.147 

782 
1 .047 

289 

2l94(; 

19,507 

707 



4,509 



33 

24 

3 

33 

139 
6 
23 
20 
57 
59 

2 

346 

2.186 

26 

7 

U 

29 

19 

13 

• • • 

1S7 
51 
IB 
24 



34 
566 



1 ,019 
216 
208 
704 

1 .678 

2.712 
36 

2.230 
146 
KtiS 
622 
108 
603 

3.344 
13B 
436 
ulo 

2 . 06B 

1 .^34 
(13) 

8,944 
72,351 
724 
36 
241 
394 
472 
251 
• ■ • 

3,987 
989 
)88 
694 
723 
25 

2,10B 
(0) 
160 

I . o34 

330 

362 

32 

■^71 

13.423 



123 

103 
27 
54 

408 

282 
8 

144 
32 

153 
53 
23 
67 

339 
19 
55 
23 

109 

175 
9 

891 
8,067 
75 
38 
18 
76 
54 
53 
4 

459 

1 13 
66 
53 
81 
23 

304 
13 
30 

1 13 
33 
60 
22 

125 
1 .667 



164 
57o 
426 

1 ,21o 
312 

4,262 
bit 

,1, 1 2o 

(L') 
6.906 



■55 
488 
325 

1 .022 
648 

3,700 
628 

1 .408 

ID) 
4,751 



26 
142 

72 
330 
173 
,275 
238 
404 

(D) 



7 
46 
22 

134 
57 

379 
94 

128 



41 

21 
1 15 

53 
356 

79 
100 



184 

24 

152 



105 

579 

22 

3,580 



133 

509 

55 



<;,04o 

866 

t,146 

6,854 



3V7 

599 

J, 6^3 

1 ,26 = 

59 1 



727 
1,774 

705 
1 ,655 

4,494 



403 
1 33 
292 



178 

57 

119 



62 
156 



64 
103 



32 
153 
192 
522 
3HJ 
1 .504 
384 
473 

77 

977 



18 
1(3) 
1(3) 
)53 
162 
-65 
ID) 
220 

176 



255 

457 

20U 

54 



151 
170 
224 
642 



11 9 



231 

479 

2.909 

875 

537 



139 
76» 
265 



32 

142 
311 
111 



3* 

32 

192 

121 



121 



19.741 



169 
227 
813 
529 

170 



n98 
(D) 



5.1 2>l 



30 
22 
123 



1.907 
712 
3.12b 
1 ,461 
/,3^4 
0.366 

4,19t> 



1,727 
692 
4,459 
1 ,243 
6,372 
5,238 

3,132 



6,403 



97 
149 



2.525 



609 

197 

1 .371 

364 

1 .825 

1 ,7oH 

873 



210 
81 
589 
162 
646 
612 

385 



159 

70 
540 
124 
507 
510 

304 



t .63u 
1 .560 



1.983 
1. 144 



60B 
265 



244 

141 



69 

27 

197 

7M 

297 

338 

318 



23 

106 
142 



196 
122 



502 

183 

1 .540 

573 

1 .B9y 

1 .716 
1 ,501 



(D) 
161 
444 
ID) 
1 ,264 
573 

661 



126 
140 



1 .147 
354 



486 
75 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Leas than $5(X). ... Represents zero. 
•Includes Business Services, Miscellaneous Repair Services, Amusement and Recreation Services, Motion Pictures, Hotels. Tourist Courts, Moteb, and Camps. 



CALIFORNIA 



5-9 



Table 102. SELECTED SERVICES: 1954 — COUNTIES; CITIES OF 2,500 INHABITANTS OR MORE - Continued 
Total Selected Services — Establishments, Receipts, Payroll, and Personnel; Kind-of-Business Group — Establishments and Receipts 



County and city 



Nevada County 

Grass Valley 

Nevada City 

Remainder of County. 



Orange County 

AnBheim 

Brea 

F\lllerton 

Huntington Beach.... 

Laguna Beach 

La Habra 

Newport Beach 

Orange 

San Clemente 

Santa Ana 

Seal Beach 

Remainder of County. 



Placer County 

Auburn 

Roseville 

Rsirainder of County. 



Total 



Establishments 



Total 

(Number) 



Plumas County. 



Riverside County 

Banning 

BeauiDont 

Blythe 

Coachella 

Corona 

Remet 

Indio 

Palai Springs 

Riverside 

Remainder of County. 



Sacramento County 

North Sacramento.... 

Sacramento 

Remainder of County. 



San Benito County 

Hollister 

Remainder of County. . 

San Bernardino County., 

Barstow 

Chino 

Colton 

Needles 

Ontario 

Redlands 

Rialto 

San Bernardino 

Upland 

Remainder of County. 



San Diego County 

Chula Vista 

Coronado 

El Cajon 

Escondido 

La Mesa 

National City 

Oceans ide 

San Diego 

Remainder of County. 



San Francisco County (coextensive with 
San Francisco City)... .. 



Manteca 

Stoclrton 

Tracy 

Remainder of County. 



m7 



1«3 
IB 

13U 
"13 

I OB 
U6 
95 
73 
U3 

itoa 

35 
tPO 



83 
77 
159 



SI 
32 
U\ 
20 
73 
50 
76 
197 
393 
365 



With 
payroll 



61 
8 
5« 
23 
60 
22 
U3 
43 
21 

<;22 

13 

<i10 

127 



Receipts 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



9bu 
526 
96a 



.Ji61i 

let 

<:l29b 

85J 
.11620 

922 
.:t9'Jl 
1 i5ej 

tCJ 
It. 851 

5S5 
VI337 



11189 
523 



93 

30 
87 
35 

)79 

116 
2B 

5tt5 
39 

67U 



TTT 

U8 
108 
107 

65 

139 

125 

at333 

5U0 



6 
29 

6 

31 

22 

12 

121 

ia3 

167 



19 
727 

151 



d52 



OI2U1 
1 i32i 

1 t065 
3t81« 

1 t60U 



3'4iU«l 

90? 

317 

1 .35 1 

21« 

1 tlO = 

96i 

1 •91t 

biOB2 

10.22* 

V.36J 

S<;.25B 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



1.776 



704 
3!t 
718 



3.038 

116 
1.718 

705 
2(148 

664 
2.525 
1.421 

342 
9.341 

437 
7.307 

4.977 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



5|o 
213 



9.2d9 



1 .171 

29 

489 

207 

610 

236 

721 

480 

90 

3.251 

95 

1 .903 



1.036 

723 

3,218 



illBl 

4,1.431 

7.646 



San Joaquin County 1 *4^^ 

Lodi 195 

52 

979 

84 



San Luis Obispo County. 

{^so Robles 

San Luis Obispo 

Remainder of County. . 



San Mateo County. 

Atherton 

Belmont 

Burllngame 

Dal^ City 

Hillsborough. . . 

Menlo Park 

MlUbrae 

Redvood City. . . 

San Bruno 

San Carlos 



IBb 
195 



"rr 

IB 
35 
25 
87 
54 
8 

275 
23 

286 

2.092 

ST 

32 

50 
45 
43 
75 
83 
1 .443 
258 



J71 



1 .01<i 

214 



49.40a 



67 
20 
379 
36 
69 



191 
101 



246 
84 
115 



1.61b 

44 1 
I .272 

966 
6.067 
2.039 

355 
1 j.620 

84 7 
2,;. 166 

10b. 041 



k.142 
J. 226 
1 .62 1 
1 .434 
1 .5B3 
<;.117 
3.307 
77.3t5 
15.226 



2a. 971 



29.513 

595" 

169 

1,291 

160 

871 

7*9 

1.650 

7,518 

a, 558 

7,933 

44.578 



1.943 

37,511 

5.124 



730 
120 



43.142 



304 
217 
780 



9.720 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Number) 



FuU 
workweek 

(Number) 



107 
32 

70 

3.384 



403 

27 
217 

82 
254 

75 
262 
173 

38 
1 .130 

45 
678 



-2T5- 

43 

327 

25 

217 

231 

37" 

2.642 

2.755 

2.894 

14.505 



472 
12,634 
1 .399 



<L.766 

729 

10.157 

I ,432 

<i,8a7 

7,uoy 



J. 493 
<:,323 

44,774 



129 
1 .274 
J. 967 
,t.291 

(U) 
<:.35J 
I ,21.; 
b,745 
4,051 
3,227 



389 

964 

920 

5.457 

1,5«7 

255 

11,816 

633 

19,794 

98,163 

— rr795- 

3,144 
1.127 
1.020 
1,393 
1,665 
2,995 
71,505 
13,524 



19,661 



1,858 

481 

14,073 

1,000 

2,2*9 

6,037 



1d1 
29 



16,375 
J3?" 

146 
310 
199 

2.512 

543 

71 

4.249 
221 

7,789 

31 .594 



116 

94 

171 



4,283 



2,743 
329 



173 

70 
221 

61 
228 
135 

31 
960 

23 
503 

318 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 



only) 
(Number) 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number) 



1 .765 

156 

19 

165 



44 
120 

46 
107 

74 

36 
425 

38 
536 



Kind-of-business group 



Personal services 



100 
78 
140 



55 
21 

156 
15 
90 

lis 

179 
1 .525 
1.110 
1.176 

5.502 



205 

4,710 

587 



470 

1 ,422 

296 

300 

494 

422 

1,110 

i3,26<< 

3.B12 



6|lBj 



1.737 
2.809 
1,491 

58.478 



547 
131 
4.614 
2d4 
615 

1 .703 



616 
768 
31 



5.032 

TTF 

59 

118 

107 

687 

212 

36 

1.639 

82 

1,917 



3,555 

75" 

10 

144 

8 

77 

91 

145 

1 .087 

871 

1 .046 

4.669 



173 

4.016 

478 



1 1 .290 

?C5" 

S03 
116 
130 
193 
195 
578 
8,553 
1 ,220 



2,369 

218 

70 

1,745 
115 
221 



10) 
1,066 
3.337 
1.B95 

• • • 
1.763 

932 
5.047 
3.741 
2.721 



(0) 

3o2 

1 .luH 

567 

552 
231 
1 .92" 
897 
77U 



234 
517 
166 



560 
210 



505 
121 
227 



4.318 

— \Ty 

40 

100 

93 

608 

146 

32 

1 .367 

62 

1 .739 

9.570 



85 
163 



1 ,410 



42 

22 

85 

55 

84 

205 

428 

388 



2.203 

96 

1.534 

573 



82 



63 
7 
64 
17 
46 
17 
26 
36 
16 

159 
21 

176 



Receipts 
($1,000) 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(Number) 



304 
136 
148 



1 .955 
4B 
920 
175 
543 
306 
251 
802 
174 

4,115 
109 

1.927 

1,163 



Automobile repair 
services, garages 



2b 



421 
10 
12 
9 
4 
43 
22 
10 
60 

I5e 

85 



3B 
679 
140 



160 

444 

98 

93 

148 

146 

339 

7,157 

985 



186 

65 

1 ,445 



203 
244 
114 



—^ 
30 
90 
47 

202 

12° 
27 

552 
36 

714 



3,729 

TJT 

40 
124 
125 
74 
154 
143 
2.369 
579 



214 

55 

1 .076 



14 
37 
B 
62 
53 
14 

201 
22 

184 



424 
515 
224 



366 

69 

288 

10 

371 

433 

376 

1.070 

5.075 

795 

13.561 



Receipts 

($1,000) 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number) 



421 



111 
10) 

(D) 

b.ul3 



409 
31 
367 
60 
138 
168 
307 
157 
77 
1 ,B99 
(0) 
(D) 

527 



All other selected 

services* 



95 

34 
19 
42 

757 



791 
1 1.415 
1,355 

460 



391 
69 



10,985 



49 
29 
24 
53 
59 
994 
166 



520 



73 
209 
218 



312 
155 
, • t 

167 

84 

413 



(D) 
53 

20*. 

115 

(Dl 

172 
52 

265 
88 

124 



93 
21 
354 
25 
33 

137 



25 
56 
56 

720 



• • • 

10 

103 

53 

• • • 

77 
26 

107 
3b 
47 



150 
643 
156 

1,220 
936 
111 

4,915 
306 

2,125 

31,254 



736 

390 

702 

571 

604 

587 

1 ,241 

24,122 

2,301 



7,270 



10 

203 

92 



3,193 



74 
100 
365 

29 
291 
110 
218 

75 

1 ,093 

838 

7,779 



336 
6,286 
1 .157 



"T5T 
(D) 



54 
22 
56 
20 
55 
26 
20 

1P4 
12 

24 1 



Receipts 

($1,000) 



41 

26 

120 



44 

12 

24 

13 

IB 

25 

43 

134 

1B0 

227 

931 



33 
607 
291 



1 ,01B 
24U 

5.230 
38B 
394 

1.975 



5ia 
911 
546 



279 
1 ,896 

905 

• • • 
1 ,140 

469 
1 .495 

489 
1 .036 



IB 

19 

B 

33 

IB 

324 

91 



28 
12 
154 
16 
30 



5.937 

— rzs" 

54 

173 

28 

6U2 

284 

24 

2.886 

259 

1.419 

13.065 



426 

57 

209 

261 

167 

H02 

331 

9,309 

1,503 



4,738 



592 
135 
3,083 
353 
575 

(D) 

TdT 

492 
431 



1 1 



886 

12 
36 
24 
77 
42 
10 

238 
B 

393 

1,606 



51 
23 
41 
59 
33 
53 
48 
1.015 
283 



19 
471 



• ■ • 
263 
'>07 
435 

• •• 
122 
(0) 
"56 
158 
<a5 



10 
22 

70 
34 
2 
62 
21 
Ui2 
35 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. XXX Not applicable. (Z) L< 
•Includes Business Services, Miscellaneous Repair Services, Amusement and Recreation Services, Motion Pictures, 



ss than $500. . . . Represents zero. 
Hoteb, Tourist Courts, Motels, and Camps. 



466 

14B 

698 

175 

443 

422 

1,320 

6,937 

6,056 

7,730 

30,91 B 



1 .054 

24,730 

5,134 



717 

(d) 



32,4b6 

1 ,064 

237 

456 

802 

4,165 

819 

220 

5,819 

282 

la, 622 

63.722 



980 

2.779 

710 

602 

812 

728 

1,735 

43,954 

11.422 



5-10 



SELECTED SERVICES -AREA STATISTICS 



Table 102. SELECTED SERVICES: 1934 — COUNTIES; CITIES OF 2,500 INHABITANTS OR MORE — Continued 
Total Selected Services — Establishments, Receipts, Payroll, and Personnel; Kind-of-Business Group — Establishments and Receipts 



County and city 



Total 



Establishments 



Total 
(Number) 



With 
payroll 



Receipts 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Number) 



FuU 
workweek 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 



only) 
(Number) 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(Number) 



Kind-of-business group 



PersonaJ services 



Receipts 

($1,000) 



Automobile repair 
services, garages 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number) 



Receipts 
(Si.ooo) 



All other selected 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 
(Number) 



San Mateo County — Con, 
San Mateo 

Soutti San Francisco, 
Remainder of County, 

Santa Barbara County. , 

Lompoc 

Santa Barbara 

Santa Maria 

Remainder of County, 

Santa Clara County 

Gilroy 

Los Gates 

Mountain View 

Palo Alto 

San Jose 

Santa Clara 

Sunnyvale 

Remainder of County. 

Santa Cruz County 

Santa Cruz 

Watsonville 

Remainder of County. 

Shasta County 

Redding 

Remainder of County. 

Sierra County 

Sis)iiyou County 

Yreka City 

Remainder of County. 

Solano County. 

Benicia 

Fairfield 

Vacavllle 

Vallejo 

Remainder of County. 

Sonoma County 

Healdsburg 

Petaluna 

Santa Rosa 

Sebastopol 

Remainder of County. 

Stanislaus County 

Modesto 

Oalfdale 

Riverbank 

Turloc): 

Remainder of County. 

Sutter County 

Yuba City 

Remainder of County. 

Tehama County 

Corning 

Red Bluff 

Remainder of County. 

Trinity County 

Tulare County 

Dinuba 

Exeter 

Lindsay 

Porterville 

Tulare 

Vlsalla 

Woodla)ce 

Remainder of County, 

Tuolumne County 

Ventura County 

FlllJiiore 

OJal 

Oxnard 

Fort Hueneme 

San Buenaventura..., 

Santa Paula 

Remainder of County, 

Yolo County 

Davis 

Woodland 

Remainder of County, 

Yuba County 

Haryavllle 

Remainder of County 



2« 

51 1 
lit 
16C 

2|J79 



?3 

70 

93 

335 

ltl79 

153 

76 

«20 

021 



336 
116 
170 



153 

153 



50 
154 



605 



214 

35 

35 

Z89 

221 

050 



U5 
101 



"5 



727 



Jit 

39 

19 

110 

i"15 

l»l< 



55 
32 
US 
t*- 

110 

ISd 

11 

19a 



35 

U3 
117 

12 
185 

72 
172 



29 
102 
126 



lUC 
15 



190 
UO 
62 

407 



13i8t9 

2.782 

(D) 

21 .053 



20 

251 

68 

68 

971 



336 

li.213 

^.52i 

.j.9tM 

51 .23U 



12. 445 
2 1 398 

Cd) 

1H|271 



3.607 
6d4 

(D) 
6.359 



877 

ai2 

(D) 
2 .453 



260 

1 1|431 

3.140 

3.440 

42.838 



21 
40 
45 
137 
477 
55 
34 
162 



997 
1 l2^5 
1 <6=,J 
61447 
26.066 
<..9C4 
1 .074 
6t83s 

10.623 



765 
ll075 
1.309 
7,273 
24,108 
2t215 

700 
5(392 

8 1 079 



85 
3.856 
1 .262 
1 ll 56 

14.775 



34 

1.520 

SO? 

397 

5.253 



685 
178 
(D) 

2 1 047 



29 

1 .265 

432 

321 

4.243 



374 
104 
(D) 

823 



153 
35 
63 



21782 
738 
443 

6,062 



937 
b.63 

(D) 



172 

48 

1 10 



33 

517 
113 
150 



15 
176 

3B 
4u 



233 

310 

417 

3i264 

7i924 

784 

1 98 

1 .641 

2.2dl 



84 

130 

146 

I1O75 

2.785 

285 

82 

666 

833 



74 
107 
125 
944 
2l221 
238 

54 
470 



209 
3,671 
ll759 

423 

15.781 



• •• 

74 
16 
21 



1 1198 
221 
190 

7i603 



59 
76 
98 

357 
1 l241 

155 
85 

433 

650 



20 

37 

34 

136 

452 
72 
35 

l4g 

242 



315 

514 

839 

2 1382 

81887 

1 1124 

428 

ll291 

3l036 



12 
35 
188 
2U 
14 
6U 



01400 
il4u7 
I 18I6 



41980 
2i001 

1l098 



l467 
558 
256 



147 
178 
182 
«72 

4 1379 
283 
221 

ll341 

1,191 



13 

261 



1l087 



4i70u 
.11415 



4,095 
1,521 



1 1215 
333 



521 
222 



613 



395 
183 
68 



353 
117 

180 



131 
5< 
59 



1 1872 
770 
394 



SIS 
98 



474 
78 



177 
175 



853 
260 



435 
295 
450 

11027 



462 
565 



1 1103 
il351 



893 
1l737 



9,594 



257 

465 



111 
257 



84 
190 



971 



58 
164 



634 



377 

451 



3i606 



53 

118 



559 

49i 

395 

6.645 

5,279 

131895 



601 

308 

251 

5,059 

2,375 

10|593 



1 39 
1 18 



1 l922 
716 



2.758 



41 

50 

33 

792 

262 



35 

49 

28 

550 

208 

933 



20 

37 

38 

295 

243 

913 



123 
73 



80 

284 

141 

21274 

827 

3,625 



152 

13 

5 

40 

91 



55<: 
t,055 
51559 

713 
4,816 

15l77t 



442 
lt519 
4,581 

483 
3,468 

10,968 



1 40 
403 
1 i37? 
131 
712 

3il96 



75 
190 
542 

52 
314 



7il20 

523 

12b 

1 ,864 

4,143 

2i51 I 



ti05. 
559 



6 1074 

355 

66 

ll300 

3,153 

2.037 



302 
755 



355 

I ,294 

606 

(D) 



1,682 
3!5 



1l651 



755 

36 

35 

128 

342 

210 



141 
464 



1 ,075 



45 
95 

323 
54 

396 

773 



37 
105 



670 

26 

10 

113 

257 



422 

553 

1 1655 

345 
549 



20 

75 

114 

907 

495 

■il781 



24 
lie 
258 



189 
21 



2,602 

237 

40 

650 

576 

785 



(0) 

438 

I1I37 

141 
(D) 

21834 



744 
41 



1 l340 
111 
(Ul 
280 
(D) 

442 



366 
75 



245 
1,040 
356 



9 1 364 



55 
298 



28 

108 

17 



87 

421 

8 



3l534 



23 


1 iOOi> 


756 


10 


3i, 


235 


17 


51b 


372 


32 


ll35a 


lll42 


46 


.11029 


ll501 


58 


Ji53h 


21BIO 


5 


7/ 


59 


78 


J1I33 


21389 



l6i341 



87 

4 

111 

32 

65 



5L6 
567 
3,3b.i 
14o 
5l056 
1 l4o4 
5,124 

5i5t.6 



13,947 



278 
62 
1 13 
358 
432 
919 
14 
535 

425 

4.334 



347 
^i3l5 

.Il8b4 

3i794 



450 
447 
2,832 
S4 
4,598 
1,188 
4,378 

4,358 



3,267 
51)7 



259 
1l777 
2i322 

3l110 



122 

1 53 

813 

22 

1 1414 
399 

1 .41 1 

1 iloo 



84 

27 

49 

144 

179 

375 

11 

195 



1,483 



39 

57 
313 

15 
457 
146 
445 

504 



18 
38 
129 
140 
322 
5 
152 



H230 



56 
32 

52 

56 

116 

203 

12 

206 

87 



32 

56 
270 

15 
400 
125 
331 

439 



256 



285 
18d 
174 
700 
672 
ll301 
39 
275 

367 

Hl42H 



_Lli 



31 

158 

83 



1|76B 



183 
(D) 
61 
168 
379 
304 
(D) 
632 

170 



164 

15 

195 



504 
581 



255 
20n 



35 
226 

178 



2,779 

331 



300 
30 



252 
24 



30 
119 

14U 

A3S. 



JU. 



159 
106 

1 ,153 
73 

1,495 
505 
832 

lll96 



241 
82 
402 
(0) 
511 
192 
(D) 

H35 



150 
48 



185 
867 

144 

793 



(0) 
239 

(b) 



698 
95 



27 

215 



173 
53 
78 

190 



1 1 

14 

14 

132 

123 

452 



24 
45 

145 
16 

221 

313 



135 

14 



41 
112 



24 
11 
22 
22 
39 
100 



12 
17 
63 
3 
99 
33 
97 

1?5 



Standard Notes: ( D ) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. XXX Not applicable. ( Z ) Less than $500. .,, Represents zero. 
•Includes Business Services, Miscellaneous Repair Services, Amusement and Recreation Services, Motion Pictures, Hotels, Tourist Courts, Motels, and Camps. 



CALIFORNIA 

Table 103. SELECTED SERVICES: 1954 — STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS 
Establishments, Receipts, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



5-11 



Standard metropolitan area 
and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total 



With 
payroll 

(Number) 



Receipts 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



Payroll, workweek aided 
nearest Nov. 15 



(Dollars) 



FuU 
workweek 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Number) 



Full 
workweek 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo. 
rated 
busi- 
nesses 
only) 
(Number) 



FRESNO STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with Fresno County. Cahf. 



Selected sen-ices, lOf il _ . 

Persooal Services 

Tottl 

Barber, beauty shops 

Barber shops 

Beauty shops _. 

Barber and beauty shops combined 

Funeral ser\ice, crematories 

Photographic studios (including commercial photography) 

Shoe repair shops, shoeshine parlors, hat cleaning shops 

Shoe repair shops 

Shoeshine parlors 

Hat cleaning shops. 

Cleaning, pressing, dyeing, garment repair _ 

Pressing, alteration, garment repair (except fur) 

Cleaning, pressing shops, and independent plant outlets.. 

Garment repair, alteration (except fur) 

Fur repair, storage 

Cleaning, dyeing plants 

Cleaning, dyeing plants (except rug cleaning) ' _ 

Rug cleaning, repairing plants 

Laundries, laundry ser\'ices 

Power laundries, self-service laundries 

Power laundries ' 

Self-service laundries 

Industrial laundries 

Linen supply 

Diaper ser\'ice _._ 

Laundries (except power) 

Miscellaneous personal services 

Ckistume, dress suit rental 

Turkish bath, massage parlors 

Rug, furniture cleaning on location 

(^in-operated service machine establishments 

Miscellaneous personal services, n.e.c 



Business Services (exc Accounting, Auditing, Bookkeeping) 

Total 

Advertising 

Advertising agencies. 

Outdoor advertising services 

Miscellaneous advertising ^ 

Consumer, mercantile credit; adjustment, collection agencies... 

Private employment agencies 

News sjTidicates 

Duplicating, addressing, mailing, st«nogrftphic services 

Blueprinting, photocopjing services 

Services to dwellings, other buildings 

Disinfecting, exterminating seriiices 

Window cleaning 

Miscellaneous services to dwellings, other buildings 

Business ser\ices, n.e.c. 

Auctioneers' establishments (service only) 

Coin-operated machine rental, repair services 

Detective agencies. _. 

Interior decorating service 

Photo finishing laboratories 

Sign painting shops __ 

Telephone answering service -, ,- 

Window display service ^ 

Other business services, n.e.c 



Auiomobiie Repair Services, Garages 

Total 

Automobile repair 

General automobile repair shops 

Battery, ignition repair and service 

Glass replacement, repair 

Paint shops 

Radiator repair shops 

Tire repair shops. 

Top and body repair 

Automobile repair, n.e.c 

Brake repair shops 

Wheel, axle, spring repair shops. 

Other automobile repair shops, n.e.c 

Automobile storage, parking 

Parking structures, storage garages 

Parking lots 

Automobile, truck rentals (without drivers) 

Automobile services (except repair) 

Automobile laimdries 

Automobile sen-ices, n.e.c 



666 

3S6 

1*51 

162 

3 

22 

31 

45 

38 



in<9 
HI 
26 



U4 

1 

36 

28 

(NAI 

(NA) 



1Q2 

14 

10 

1 

3 
16 



335 
2^6 
189 



320 

162 

81 

80 

1 

16 

n 

13 

IQ 

3 

• •! 

88 

51 

45 

6 

■ •• 
37 
36 

1 

28 

20 

12 

8 

3 

4 

• • ■ 

1 
2 

■ • • 

• •• 

■ • • 

2 



88 
8 
6 
1 
1 

10 
6 

• • • 

3 
3 

14 
7 
4 
3 

42 

• #• 
■ •• 

4 
1 
3 
3 
3 

• fl* 
28 



129 
108 

71 



12tC9l 

2iP90 

lt335 

1 t525 

30 

li247 

505 

477 

464 

13 

• • • 
2*665 

939 

077 

62 

t* • 

1 »726 

(D) 

(D) 

4.129 

1 i8a4 

(NA) 

(NA) 

li321 

(D) 

• • • 
(D) 
176 



(Dl 

16a 



6,n88 

1 ,726 

910 

ID) 

(D] 

718 

62 

• • fl 

213 

152 

836 

(D) 

110 

(Dl 

2,331 

56 

(D) 

55 

{Dl 

231 

155 

69 



6,661 
5,679 
3,515 
(Dl 
t • • 
3«« 
133 
(D) 
950 

ue6 

327 
(D) 
(D) 
ttB1 
133 
298 
257 
ZUH 
206 
38 



10,107 

(D) 
1 ,255 
(D) 
98b 
(D) 
379 
372 



2,2111 

609 

583 

26 

«• • 

1 ,632 

(D) 

(Dl 

t,079 

1 ,840 

1 ,725 

115 

1 ,321 

(D) 

(0) 
(Dl 

• • • 



5,516 

1 ,68t 

(d) 

(Dl 

(D) 

701 

50 

t • • 

137 

152 

76"* 

(01 

92 

(01 

2,025 



55 
(01 
231 
(Dl 

69 



1,833 
3,945 
2,315 



282 
105 
(Dl 
(D) 
291 
(D) 
(Dl 
(Dl 
163 
183 
280 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 



3,919 

866 

(D) 

509 

(01 

306 

(D) 

61 

61 

3 

• •■ 
856 
136 
121 

12 

• • • 
720 
(D) 
(0) 

1 ,788 
873 
819 
21 
168 
(D) 

(01 
(Dl 



1,963 
293 
fD) 
(01 
(01 
120 
18 

• •• 
26 
32 

522 
(D) 
18 
(0) 
652 

• • ■ 

• • • 
27 

(0) 
81 

(01 
23 



1 ,203 
963 

1Q1 



121 

28 

(01 

(D) 

92 

(D) 

(Dl 

(Dl 

111 

11 

67 

50 



79,510 

19,638 

(D) 

1 1 ,362 

(01 

1,51^ 

(D) 

1 ,315 

1,213 

102 

• • ■ 
18,1 90 

3,061 

2,672 

3B9 

• fit 
15,li9 

(D) 

(01 

31,161 

16,312 

15,dS2 

180 

9,078 

(D) 

t • • 

(01 

(01 

t •• 

• t • 
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12,991 

1,351 
(D) 
(Dl 
101 

8,990 
388 
«« • 
388 
532 
10,363 
(D) 

1 ,005 
(01 
17,979 
• fl • 
flflfl 
68o 
(01 

1 ,111 

(01 

357 

flflfl 

13,9i0 



22,992 

17,995 

9.710 

flflfl 

flflfl 

1 ,991 

46? 

(01 

(D) 

1 ,385 

(D) 

101 

(01 

2,281 

837 

1 ,141 

1 ,210 

1 ,506 

1,506 



76,175 

ie,9')9 

(D) 

n,32o 

101 

4,379 

(D) 

1 ,216 

1,1 5o 

96 

• fl fl 
16,901 

2,607 

2,217 

360 

• fl fl 
11,294 

(D) 

(Dl 
33,275 
15,609 
15,190 

119 
8,974 

(D) 



41,671 
4,281 
(D) 
(01 
(01 
8,667 
223 
• • • 
339 
53«. 

10,22> 
(D) 
981 
(0) 

17,101, 



557 
(01 

1 ,114 
(01 

23^ 

13,595 



21,927 
17,399 
9,297 



1 ,90? 

116 

(01 

(D) 

1 ,380 

(D) 

(01 

(01 

2,024 

7flt 

1,236 

1,1 3C 

1,374 

1 ,374 



1 ,503 

351 

(D) 

2il 

(01 

75 

(D) 

29 

i^ 

1 

flflfl 

380 

77 

66 

11 

flflfl 

303 

(D) 

(Ql 

630 

359 

345 

14 

117 

(D) 

flflfl 

(Ul 

(01 



681 
63 

(Di 

(d) 
(d) 

158 



192 
(D) 
19 
(01 
241 



(01 
23 

(01 



369 
2o7 
138 



(Ul 
(D) 

(D) 
(01 
101 
52 
18 
34 
11 
39 
39 



1 ,363 
325 

(D) 
199 
(01 
64 
(D) 
26 
22 



336 

58 



278 
(D) 
(01 
588 
324 
313 
1 1 
1 12 
(D) 
flflfl 
(01 
(01 



(D) 
(D) 

(d) 

141 



187 
(D) 



(01 
211 



9 

(01 

23 

(01 

6 



321 
218 
127 



(0) 

(D) 

21 

(D) 

(D) 

(01 

39 

16 

23 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disdoeure. 
' Includes plant-owned outlets. 



(NA) Not available. ii.e.c. Not elsewhere claasified. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $500. 



Represents zero. 



5-12 



SELECTED SERVICES -AREA STATISTICS 



Table 103. SELECTED SERVICES: 1954 — STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS — Continued 



Establishments, Receipts, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



Standard metropolitan area 
and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total 

(Number) 



With 

payroll 



Receipts 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(DoUars) 



Full 
workweek 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Number) 



Full 
workweek 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 

busi- 
nesses 
only) 
(Number) 



FRESNO STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Con. 



Miscellaneous Repair Services 

Total _ 

Watch, clock, jewelry repair 

Upholstery, furniture repair 

Electrical repair shops 

Radio, television repair shops 

Refrigerator service, repair shops 

Other electrical repair shops, n.e.c 

Blacksmith shops ._ 

Miscellaneous repair shops 

Armature rewinding, electric motor repair and rebuilding... 

Bicycle repair shops — 

Leather goods repair shops 

Locksmith, gunsmith shops 

Musical instrument repair 

Repair shops, n.e.c 

LauTimower. saw, knife, tool sharpening and repair shops. 

Typewriter repair shops 

Welding repair shops. 

Other repair shops, n.e.c 

Amusement, Recreation Services (inc. Motion Picmres) 

Total 

Motion picture theaters 

Motion picture theaters (except drive-in) 

Drive-in motion picture theaters 

Motion picture production, distribution, services 

Motion picture production 

Motion picture production other than for television 

Motion picture production for television 

Motion picture distribution 

Motion picture film exchanges other than for television.. 

Motion picture film exchanges for television 

Services allied to motion picture distribution 

Services alhed to motion picture production 

Billiard and pool parlors, bowling alleys 

Billiard, pool parlors 

Bowling alleys 

Race track operation (including racing stables) 

Automobile.- 

Dog 

Horse (including racing stables) 

Sports promoters, commercial operators 

Baseball, football, athletic fields, sports promoters 

Baseball clubs 

Football clubs.- 

Other sports clubs, promoters 

Bathing beaches 

Golf courses 

Riding academies 

Skating rinks 

Swimming pools 

Commercial sports operators, n.e.c 

Boat, canoe rentals 

Other commercial sports operators, n.e.c 

Theatrical presentations and services 

Bands, orchestras, entertainers 

Dance halls, studios, schools (exc. children's, professional) 

Membership golf, country clubs 

Amusement, recreation services, n.e.c 

Amusement parks, devices, shooting galleries 

Carnivals, circuses - 

Coin-operated amusement device establishments 

Other amusement, recreation services, n.e.c 

Hotels, Motels, Tourist Couns, Camps 

Toal 

Hotels - 

Year-round- 

25 or more guest rooms 

Less than 25 guest rooms... - _ 

Seasonal 

Motels, tourist courts, camps 

Motels, tourist courts, trailer parks 

Motels, tourist courts. 

Trailer parks 

Sporting, recreational camps 



3ia 


80 


39 


3 


11 


7 


71 


19 


Hb 


11 


17 


3 


R 


2 


21 


3 


1U6 


48 


7 


7 


4 


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. • . 


• •• 


7 


3 


5 


1 


123 


37 


m 


1 



33 

27 

6 



m7 

67 
(NAI 
(NO) 
INS] 
INAI 
OO 
71 



122 
3 

2 



"4.539 
23U 
316 
9d8 
725 
157 
106 
190 

2.P1 1 
270 
(Dl 
• • fl 
67 
(d) 

2.420 

135 

12 

473 

1 .eco 



6.614 

3.C27 

2,409 

618 

106 



• . • 

(D) 
101 

• . • 
fl • t 

(Dl 
618 
429 
1»9 
BO 
80 
■ • fl 



317 
(01 
(D) 



38 

(Dl 

16 

94 

(01 

(Dl 

fl. • 

(Dl 

326 

420 

(Dl 

1 t460 

(01 
1 .065 

(D) 



4.841 

2l°51 

(NAI 

(NAI 

(NAI 

(NAI 

It 890 

1 .6C1 

ll'CO 

101 

289 



3.071 
(D) 
130 
652 
537 

(d) 

(Dl 
(01 

2,159 
270 
flfl • 
• • . 
59 
(01 
(D) 
109 
(Dl 
357 

1 1 354 



5,874 

3|027 

2.409 

61b 



354 
165 
189 
(01 
(Dl 



281 
(D) 
(Dl 



(Dl 
(01 
(01 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(Dl 

(01 
276 
(Dl 
(Dl 
1 .334 

(Dl 

1 .045 

(D) 



4.293 

2.669 

2.669 

2. '^39 

13U 

fl . . 

1 .624 

(D) 

1 .328 

(D) 

(D) 



927 
(D) 

19 
209 
181 
(DJ 
(01 
(01 
6*0 

84 



• flfl 

7 
(01 
(D) 
24 
(Dl 
114 
429 



1.468 
698 
567 
131 



• flfl 

111 
39 
72 
(01 
(01 



88 
(Dl 
(01 



fl Sfl 

(01 
(01 
(01 
26 
(Dl 
(01 
• •• 
(01 
155 
104 
(Dl 



(Dl 
151 
(D) 



1 .470 

1.073 

1 .073 

1 .044 

29 

• flfl 

397 

(D) 

334 

(D) 

(D) 



17,611 

(D) 

535 

4.326 

3.571 

(D) 

(01 

(01 

1 1 ,968 

1 .368 

• flfl 

• Ifl 
251 

(01 
(D) 
396 
(01 
2,27o 
7.573 



26.809 

13.958 

10.815 

3.143 



2.217 
63B 

1 .579 
(01 
(131 

• •• 

• flfl 
508 
(01 
(01 

• •• 
(Dl 

• flfl 
(01 
(01 
(01 

35 
(01 
(Dl 

• • • 
(01 

2.752 

2.3i5 

(01 

3,7^5 

• flfl 
(01 

2.437 
(D) 



25.970 

19.102 

19.102 

18,701 

401 

fl • fl 

6*86b 

(D) 

6.570 

(D) 

(D) 



15.810 

(D) 

37b 

4.299 

3.571 

(D) 

(Dl 

(01 

10.376 

1 .140 



199 
(01 
(D) 
317 
(01 
2.270 
6.340 



23.04.: 

11.773 

9.370 

2.403 

. . fl 

.flfl 



• • fl 
.flfl 
.flfl 

2.120 
62.; 

1.498 
(01 
(Dl 

• • • 

• flfl 
47d 
(01 
(01 

• • • 



• • • 

(01 
(Dl 
(01 
35 
(01 
(01 

• • fl 
(Dl 

2.270 

1.49J 

(Dl 

3.69^ 

(01 

2.41U 
(D) 



24.249 
18.034 
IB. 034 
17.727 

307 

. . ■ 
6l21S 

(D) 
6i013 

(D) 

(d) 



232 

(D) 
10 
49 
39 

(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
163 
19 



(01 
(D) 
7 
(01 
24 
106 



692 

357 

292 

65 



50 

16 

34 

(01 

(01 

flfl. 

flfl* 

14 

(01 

(01 

• fl • 
(01 

• •• 
(01 
(01 
(01 

1 

(01 
(Ql 



81 
(01 

67 
• • • 

(01 

(D) 



587 
427 
427 
412 
15 
• flfl 
100 
(D) 
150 
(D) 
(P) 



191 

(d) 



39 
(D) 
(D) 
(01 
130 

14 



3 

(D) 

(D) 

4 

(01 

24 

83 



498 
259 
218 



45 

15 

30 

(01 

(Dl 



12 

(01 
(01 



(01 
(Dl 
(Dl 
1 
(01 
(01 
• . . 
(01 
77 



(D) 



528 
403 
403 
392 
11 

125 

(D) 
1 19 

(D) 
(D) 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere claasified. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $5(X1. 



Represents zero. 



CALIFORNIA 

Table 103. SELECTED SERVICES: 1954 — STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS — Continued 
Establishments, Receipts, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



5-13 



Standard metropolitan area 
and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total 

(Number) 



With 
payroll 



Receipts 



Total, all 

establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Dollars) 



FuU 
workweek 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Number) 



FuU 
workweek 



Proprie- 
tore (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 
nesses 
only) 
(Number) 



LOS ANGELES-LONG BEACH STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Consists of Los Angeles and Orange Counties, CaW. 



Selected services, total 

Personal Services 



Total 

Barber, beauty sliops 

Barber shops _ 

Beauty shops .. 

Barber and beauty shops combined - 

Funeral service, crematories _ 

Photographic studios (including commercial photography) 

Shoe repair shops, shoeshine parlors, hat cleaning shops 

Shoe repair shops 

Shoesliine parlors... 

Hat cleaning shops 

Cleaning, pressing, dyeing, garment repair. 

Pressing, alteration, garment repair lexcept fur) 

Cleaning, pressing shops, and independent plant outlets.— 

Garment repair, alteration (except fur) 

Fur repair, storage 

Cleaning, dyeing plants 

Cleaning, dyeing plants (except rug cleaning) ' 

Rug cleaning, repairing plants 

Laimdries, lalmdry services 

Power latmdries, self-service laimdries 

Power laundries ' 

Self.^erWce laimdries 

Industrial laundries 

Linen supply 

Diaper ser\-ice - 

Laundries (except power) 

Miscellaneous personal services 

Costume, dress suit rental 

Turkish bath, massage parlors 

Rug. furniture cleaning on location 

(Toin-operated service machine establishments 

Miscellaneous personal services, n.e.c 



Basioess Services (exc. Accoooting, Auditing, Bookkeeping) 

Total 

Advertising.- 

Advertising agencies 

Outdoor advertising services 

Miscellaneous advertising 

Consumer, mercantile credit; adjustment, collection agencies 

Private employment agencies 

Xews syndicates 

Duphcating. addressing, mailing, stenographic services 

Blueprinting, photocopying services 

Services to dwellings, other buildings 

Disinfecting, exterminating services 

Window cleaning 

Miscellaneous services to dwellings, other buildings 

Business services, n.e.c 

Auctioneers' establishments (service only) 

Coin-operated machine rental, repair services 

Detective agencies 

Interior decorating service 

Photofinishing laboratories 

Sign painting shops. 

Telephone answering service 

Window display service i 

Other business services, n.e.c 



Automobile Repair Services, Garages 
Total 

Automobile repair.. 

General automobile repair shops 

Batterj'. ignition repair and service 

Glass replacement, repair 

Paint shops 

Radiator repair shops 

Tire repair shops 

Top and body repair 

Automobile repair, n.e.c 

Brake repair shops 

Wheel, ajde, spring repair shops 

Other automobile repair shops, n.e.c 

Automobile storage, parking 

Parking structures, storage garages 

Parking lots 

Automobile, truck rentals (without drivers) 

Automobile services (except repair) 

Automobile laundries - 

Automobile services, n.e.c 



13.701 

5.991 

2.975 

2.951 

66 

201 

759 

1.075 

969 

81 

25 

5.7^0 

2.739 

2.278 

161 

62 

959 

tl36 

123 

1.332 

951 

INAI 

INAI 

30 

55 

17 

279 

580 

26 

167 

Ul 

28 

318 



5.92U 
531 
373 

3« 
12U 
257 
279 

16 
536 

70 
976 
33U 
223 
419 
3.259 

29 

19 
1 It 
205 

911 
262 

95 

65 
2.376 



tt.7Ul 
3.65U 
2.318 

US 

56 
126 
lOM 
105 
H5B 
139 
156 

71 
212 
670 
13K 
536 
161 
256 
175 

81 



6.717 

3.1V2 

1.513 

1.573 

56 

183 

307 

211 

219 

11 

n 

1.BU6 

1.033 

958 

75 

38 

775 

700 

75 

812 

597 

U21t 

173 

28 

51 

13 

123 

186 

le 

29 

17 

1« 

108 



2.780 
323 

227 
21 
72 

191 

175 
2 

176 
70 

508 

252 
85 

171 
1.335 
11 
5 
90 
15 
70 
82 
75 
11 

976 



2.609 

1 .886 

1.102 

26 

16 

102 

62 

13 

268 

237 

90 

19 

98 

198 

130 

368 

95 

130 

101 

29 



261.938 

63.983 

21.610 

37.897 

1.176 

17.137 

17.025 

8.515 

7.756 

352 

137 

73.611 

29.053 

27.311 

1.709 

955 

13.633 

10.590 

3.013 

73.176 

11 .537 

INAI 

(NA) 

9,965 

17.165 

1.028 

3.181 

7.831 

636 

973 

910 

1 .315 

1.337 



317.672 

128.881 

103.771 

13.566 

11 .517 

15.920 

5.628 

169 

9.159 

10.121 

25.300 

11.123 

3.385 

11 .792 

121.191 

811 

190 

1.530 

2.533 

11.391 

3.963 

2.361 

615 

91.761 



133.722 

91,711 

55,779 

1,017 

3,275 

1,900 

2,171 

2,767 

1 1,325 

10,507 

1,156 

1,913 

1,438 

20,231 

7,017 

13,214 

11,110 

7,337 

5,676 

1,661 



1 , 180,759 



223,350 

52,135 

18,351 

32,113 

1 ,368 

17,195 

13,623 

4,529 

1,026 

132 

371 

61 ,015 

18,227 

17.550 

477 

775 

12.013 

39,312 

2,671 

68.906 

38,183 

35.398 

2.785 

IDI 

17,395 

(D) 

2.185 

5,917 

520 

113 

398 

1 ,257 

3.329 



292,870 

125,800 

101 ,323 

13.466 

11 ,011 

15,151 

(D) 

(D) 

6,797 

10,1 19 

23.831 

10.333 

2,773 

10,728 

105.849 

(D) 

384 

1.320 

499 

14,281 

2,959 

2,279 

317 

(D) 



113,788 

74,996 

43,269 

895 

3,101 

4,678 

1 ,792 

2,289 

10,053 

8,919 

3,398 

1 ,755 

3.566 

18.825 

6,957 

11 .868 

13,572 

6,395 

5,324 

1 ,071 



90,739 

23,780 

8,572 

14.415 

763 

3.815 

3.998 

1,523 

1 .289 

52 

182 

21,160 

1,581 

4.375 

209 

160 

19.116 

18.190 

926 

31 ,738 

19,083 

18,613 

170 

1.122 

7.118 

378 

737 

1 .695 

119 

155 

162 

199 

1 .060 



81,002 

16,968 

10,122 

3,961 

2.885 

7.750 

(D) 

(D) 

2.106 

3,760 

12,711 

1,279 

1 ,596 

6(839 

38,321 

(D) 

121 

2,670 

70 

1,457 

1.152 

1(028 

116 

(D) 



31.595 

20,987 

11 ,395 

175 

713 

1 .566 

522 

120 

3.188 

3,008 

1,171 

653 

1(181 

5,083 

2,126 

2(957 

2,726 

2,799 

2,107 

392 



I 1 ,084,218 



1,810 

193 

177 

301 

14 

74 



82 
4 
3 

377 
360 

17 

616 

366 

356 

9 

83 

114 

7 

13 

37 



1,690 

342 

203 

75 

63 

151 



71 

219 

83 

29 

136 

771 

3 

58 

2 

85 

21 



518 
326 
532 

734 
060 
796 
720 
115 
996 
518 
601 
151 
935 
020 
915 
821 
695 
156 
537 
046 
302 
712 
590 
501 
957 
152 
831 
064 
704 
061 
198 
436 
662 



131 
108 
155 
303 
650 
831 
(D) 
(D) 
918 
851 
803 
327 
713 
763 
556 
(D) 
185 
312 
160 
621 
031 
057 
492 
(D) 



608,383 

101(212 

221(226 

3(632 

14(116 

30,580 

10(186 

7(782 

59(071 

57(611 

21(107 

13(256 

23,251 

93,141 

32,731 

60,110 

52,919 

58,016 

50,325 

7,723 



10,275,313 



1(711(770 

162(518 

168(685 

280,987 

12(810 

72,715 

88.961 

26,021 

21,011 

191 

1.519 

446,108 

78.211 

73.712 

1,199 

3(277 

361(620 

317,731 

16,889 

581 (830 

311(116 

333(281 

7(835 

82,335 

138,367 

7(131 

12(878 

33,614 

1(912 

3(895 

2(973 

3,358 

21 (116 



1,580,112 

325,916 

201 ,092 

69,172 

55,352 

150,131 

(D) 

(D) 

12(632 

74,063 

221(100 

78.583 

26(739 

1 19,078 

721,404 

(D) 

3,185 

54,518 

1(671 

81(123 

22(883 

22(881 

2(317 

(D) 



578,885 

393,189 

215,375 

3,537 

13,885 

29(839 

9(816 

7(136 

56,899 

55,372 

20,357 

13,176 

22(829 

86(681 

31(718 

51,963 

50(736 

18,279 

11 ,138 

7,111 



31,191 

8,290 

2,778 

5,285 

227 

987 

1,412 

189 

401 

13 

72 

8,0i5 

1.828 

1.725 

103 

68 

6.139 

5.885 

253 

1 1 .306 

7.151 

6.871 

280 

1.162 

2,482 

131 

377 

575 

46 

89 

47 

55 

438 



25,151 
3,811 
1.718 
761 
1 .362 
2.305 
(D) 

Id) 

1.111 

808 

4.827 

1.117 

563 

3.117 

11.038 

(C) 

19 

1.123 

50 

1 .336 

316 

195 

35 

(D) 



9,201 

5,367 

2,965 

55 

193 

111 

133 

111 

765 

730 

279 

150 

301 

1.610 

531 

1.109 

602 

1 .595 

1.155 

110 



27(632 

7.261 

2(458 

1.612 

191 

904 

1.249 

105 

325 

11 

58 

7|168 

1(175 

1(387 

88 

51 

5.639 

5(113 

226 

10.088 

6.233 

6.012 

191 

1(125 

2,275 

122 

333 

557 

29 

81 

37 

50 

360 



20(520 

3, 193 

1 (652 

660 

681 

2.115 

(D) 

(D) 

717 

783 

3.858 

1 .000 

163 

2,105 

9.234 

(D) 

19 

925 

30 

1.271 

253 

120 

31 

(D) 



7(955 

5.019 

2,763 

53 

187 

391 

125 

95 

713 

692 

258 

146 

288 

1,354 

512 

852 

516 

1(026 

903 

123 



34(532 



11,325 

6,059 

2,911 

3(050 

66 

186 

769 

1(073 

967 

80 

26 

1(151 

2(995 

2,500 

495 

61 

1(098 

919 

119 

1 (191 

1 ,086 

INAI 

INAI 

33 

13 

IB 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. D.e.c Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $500. 
' Includes plant-owned outlets. 



Represents zero. 



5-14 



SELECTED SERVICES -AREA STATISTICS 



Table 103. SELECTED SERVICES: 1954 — STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS — Continued 
Establishments, Receipts, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



Standard metropolitan area 
and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total 



(Number) 



With 
payroll 

(Number) 



Receipts 



Total, all 

estabUsh- 

ments 

(tl.OOO) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 



(DoUare) 



Full 
workweek 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 



FuU 
workweek 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 
in(X)rpo- 
rated 
busi- 
nesaes 
only) 



LOS ANGELES-LONG BEACH STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Con. 



Miscellaneous Repair Services 



Tood 

Watch, clock, jewelry repair 

Upholstery, furniture repair 

Electrical repair shops 

Radio, television repair shops 

Refrigerator service, repair shops 

Other electrical repair shops, n.e.c 

Blacksmith shops -.- 

Miscellaneous repair shops . 

Armature rewinding, electric motor repair and rebuilding 

Bicycle repair shops 

Leather goods repair shops . 

Locksmith, gunsmith shops 

Musical instrument repair 

Repair shops, n.e.c — .- ^ 

Lawnmower, saw, knife, tool sharpening and repair shops.. 

Typewriter repair shops 

Welding repair shops 

Other repair shops, n.e.c 

AmusemeDt, Recreaiioa Services (inc. Motion Pictures) 

Total 

Motion picture theaters 

Motion picture theaters (except drive-in) 

Drive-in motion picture theaters 

Motion picture production, distribution, services 

Motion picture production ^ 

Motion picture production other than for television 

Motion picture production for television 

Motion picture distribution 

Motion picture film exchanges other than for television... 

Motion picture film exchanges for television 

Services aUied to motion picture distribution 

Services alhed to motion picture production 

Billiard and pool parlors, bowling alleys 

Billiard , pool parlors 

Bowling alleys 

Race track operation (including racing stables) 

Automobile 



Dog 

Horse (including racing stables) 

Sports promoters, conmiercial operators 

Baseball, football, athletic fields, sports promoters 

Baseball clubs 

Football clubs 

Other sports clubs, promoters 

Bathing beaches 

Golf courses 

Riding academies 

Skating rinks 

Swimming pools 

Commercial sports operators, n.e.c 

Boat, canoe rentals 

Other commercial sports operators, n.e.c. 

Theatrical presentations and services 

Bands, orchestras, entertainers 

Dance halls, studios, schools (exc. children's, professional) . 

Membership golf, country clubs 

Amusement, recreation services, n.e.c 

Anmsement parks, devices, shooting galleries 

Carnivals, circuses 

Coin-operated amusement device establishments 

Other amusement, recreation services, n.e.c. - 



Hotels, Motels, Tourist Courts, Camps 



«1601 
510 
652 

1 , 133 

am 

190 

I3t 

83 

2,218 

76 

14 

38 

1-52 

166 

ll802 

164 

39 

215 

1 .344 



21822 

330 

292 

38 

588 

351 

248 

103 

105 

66 

20 

19 

132 

257 

150 

107 

74 

12 

3 

59 

267 

29 

3 

1 

25 

1 

16 

43 

42 

44 

92 

27 

65 

287 

317 

1 16 

34 

552 

137 

38 

124 

253 



Total - 2.022 1.200 98.768 91,996 29,112 596,237 

Hotels 927 659 80.239 78.209 26,469 547,218 

Year-round INAl 647 (NA) 77,353 26,220 545,473 

25 or more guest rooms (Nil 488 (NA) 74,901 25,763 537,333 

Less than 25 guest rooms (NOI 159 (NAl 2,452 457 8,140 

Sea.sonal (NAl 12 ( NA ] 856 249 1,745 

Motels, tourist courts, camps 1,095 541 18,529 13,787 2,643 49,019 

Motels, tourist courts, trailer parka 1,055 519 17,895 13,275 2,506 47,535 

Motels, tourist courts 733 367 13,207 9,953 1,993 37,223 

Trailer parks- 322 152 4,688 3,322 513 10,312 

Sporting, recreational camps _ 40 22 634 512 137 1,484 

Standard Notes: (D) WithheU to avoid discloame. (NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. (Z) 

^Receipts of motion picture producers includes only film rentals received directly i^om exhibitors, receipts frcsD outright sales of films 
other than from film rentals. Neither receipts from Independent distributors, nor receipts from company -owned distribution offices are 
motion picture producers. 



1,499 

96 

310 

378 

250 

72 

56 

17 

698 

62 

• at 

8 

22 

18 

586 

62 

15 

109 

402 



2,060 

324 

288 

36 

488 

299 

202 

97 

91 

52 

20 

19 

98 

177 

72 

105 

30 

4 

1 

25 

161 

15 

3 

1 

11 

1 

16 

23 

32 

30 

44 

13 

31 

207 

241 

106 

32 

294 

105 

12 

56 

121 



121 ,725 

4.593 

13.P44 

22,934 

13.749 

4,869 

4, 316 

748 

80,406 

6,765 

164 

303 

1 .042 

1 .043 

71 .089 

3.734 

638 

6.207 

60.510 



367, 120 

56.237 

44.610 

1 1 .627 

167.287 

59,090 

25,041 

34.049 

39.571 

30.927 

(D) 

(D) 

68.626 

11,646 

1.623 

10.023 

27.435 

(B) 

(D) 

26.927 

11.132 

4.037 

(Dl 

(Dl 

1 .552 

101 

1,799 

784 

2. 264 

(D) 

1 .540 

476 

1.064 

44.643 

9.379 

7.954 

10.579 

20.828 

2.940 

3.171 

3.646 

1 1 . 07 1 



99,141 

2,403 

10,440 

16, 322 

8,943 

3,657 

3,722 

370 

69,606 

6,617 

• • • 

(D) 

440 

(D) 

61 ,949 

3,168 

462 

5,023 

53,296 



359.6m 

56,165 

(D) 

(D) 

166, 115 
58. 396 
24,419 
33,977 
39,333 
30,689 

(d) 

(D) 
68,386 
1 1 ,076 

(D) 

(D) 
27,065 

(D) 

(d; 

26,601 
10,188 

3,931 
(Dl 
(Dl 

1 ,446 
(Dl 

1 ,799 
654 

2,010 
(D) 

1 ,236 

376 

860 

43,761 

8,209 

(D) 

(D) 

18,556 

2,768 

2,871 

2,922 

9,995 



38,743 
793 
3,185 
4,969 
2,735 
1,135 
1 ,099 
110 

29,686 
2,725 



107 

(D) 

26,630 

1,234 

127 

1,741 

23,528 



285,654 

10,435 

8,906 

1,529 

228,566 

194,426 

175,766 

18,660 

4,520 

3.381 

(d) 

(D) 

29,620 

4,365 

224 

4,141 

5,441 

(d) 
(d) 

5,266 

3,070 

1,438 

(01 

(01 

388 

ID) 

511 

134 

528 

(D) 

325 

99 

226 

16,728 

3,442 

3,499 

4,180 

5,928 

889 

1 ,366 

504 

3,169 



806,732 

15,05n 

65,408 

96,627 

53,678 

21 ,028 

21 ,921 

2,092 

627,555 

56,024 

• • • 

(D) 

2,051 

(D) 

564,643 

23,309 

2,561 

32,320 

506,453 



3,571 ,947 

202,330 

173,270 

29,060 

4,519,097 

3,777,333 

3,309,982 

467,356 

83.885 

62, 163 

(d) 

(d) 

657,874 

85,154 

4,162 

80,992 

100,356 

(D) 

(D) 

97,566 

55,1 19 

20,591 

(Dl 

(Dl 

3,4B6 

101 

10,924 

2,654 

13,515 

(D) 

6,545 

1 ,567 

4,978 

279,275 

62,316 

76,641 

93,868 

97,791 

15,165 

14,155 

9,048 

59,423 



785,861 

14,628 

52,434 

92.791 

51,310 

19,91d 

21 .487 

2,070 

61 3.936 

53.636 

• • • 

(D) 

1.951 

(D) 

553.936 

22.706 

2,306 

30,545 

498,379 



5,060,240 

179,536 

154,953 

24,585 

4,1 11 ,892 

3.392.233 

3,026.621 

365,612 

80.827 

59.259 

(D) 

(d) 

638,832 

68,453 

3,832 

64,621 

95,356 

(D) 

(D) 

93,058 

50,447 

19,535 

(01 

(01 

3,190 

ID) 

10,512 

2,403 

11,125 

(D) 

6,093 

1,222 

4,871 

268,109 

51 ,651 

55,021 

88,377 

91,386 

11 ,828 

14,079 

8,713 

55,756 



9,2g2 
2U9 
894 

1 .283 

7u3 

262 

318 

30 

6,786 
626 
• •• 
(D) 
37 
(D) 

6.038 
274 

;7 

371 
5,356 



41,182 

4,877 

4,186 

691 

24,735 

19. 147 

17.084 

2,053 

863 

652 

(D) 

(D) 

4,725 

2,017 

118 

1 ,899 

1.019 

(D) 

(d) 

962 
853 
150 
(01 
(01 

72 
101 
151 

51 
333 
(D) 
128 

38 

90 

2.007 

976 

1 .748 

1.377 

1.553 

438 

175 

137 

813 



558,476 

513,313 

511 ,917 

504,327 

7,590 

1,396 

45,162 

43,914 

34,478 

V,436 

1,246 

sthan$5(X). 



and miscellaneous receipts 
included in receipts of 



13,041 

11,746 

1 1 .682 

11,461 

221 

64 

1.295 

1.256 

999 

257 

39 



8.621 
197 
8U2 

1 . 169 

619 

240 

310 

28 

6,425 
569 

(") 
33 

(D) 
5,755 

258 
31 

332 
5,135 



32)546 

3.501 

3.038 

463 

20,444 

15.114 

13.918 

1 ,195 

807 

601 

(D) 

(D) 

4,523 

1,370 

105 

1 ,255 

887 

(D) 

(0) 

856 

531 

1 19 

(01 

(01 

45 

101 

138 

51 

203 

(D) 

104 

21 

83 

1 ,761 

567 

912 

1,125 

1,248 

245 

171 

12 

710 



11 ,554 

10.553 

10,524 

10.329 

195 

29 

1 . 101 

1 ,071 

855 

215 

30 



Represents zero. 



CALIFORNIA 



5-15 



Table 103. SELECTED SERVICES: 1954 — STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS ■ 
Establishments, Receipts, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



Continued 



Standard metropolitan area 
and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total 

(Nutntwr) 



With 

payroll 

(Number) 



Receipts 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

(Sl.OOO) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Dollars) 



FuU 

workweek 



Paid employees, 
workweeK ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Number) 



FuU 
workweek 

(Number) 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 
nesses 
only) 
(Number) 



SACRAMENTO STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive witli Sacramento County, Calif. 



Selected services, cotal ._ 

Persooal Services 



Total -- 

Barber, beauty shops - 

Barber shops 

Beauty shops 

Barber and beauty shops combined - 

Fimeral service, crematories. 

Photographic studios tincluding commercial photography). . . . 

Shoe repair shops, shoeshine parlors, hat cleaning shops. 

Shoe repair shops 

Sboestiine parlors 

Hal cleaning shops 

Cleaning, pressing, dyeing, garment repair 

Pressing, alteration, garment repair (except fur) 

Cleaning, pressing shops, and independent plant outlets. 

Garment repair, alteration (except fur) 

Fur repair, storage --. 

Cleaning, dyeing plants 

Cleaning, dyeing plants (except rug cleaning) ' 

Rug cleaning, repairing plants 

Laundries, laimdry services 

Power laimdries, self-service iatmdries --. 

Power laimdries ' 

Self-service Iatmdries 

Industrial laundries 

Linen supply --- 

Diaper service 

Laundries (except power) 

Miscellaneous personal services 

Ojstiune, dress suit rental 

Turkish bath, massage parlors 

Rug, fiimiture cleaning on location 

Cbin-operated service machine establishmenta 

Miscellaneous personal services, n.e.c — 



Business Services (exc Accouotiog, Auditing, Bookkeeping) 

Total 

Advertising 

Advertising agencies. . 

Outdoor advertising services 

Miscellaneoiis advertising 

Consiuner, mercantile credit; adjustment, collection agencies. .. 

Private emplojTnent agencies 

News sjTidicates -. 

Duphcating, addressing, mailing, stenographic services 

Blueprinting, photocopying services. — 

Services to dwellings, other buildings. 

Disinfecting, exterminating services 

Window cleaning 

Miscellaneous services to dwellings, other buildings. - - 

Business serWces, n.e.c 

Auctioneers' establishments (service only) 

Coin-operated machine rental, repair services 

Detective agencies -. 

Interior decorating service 

Photofinishing laboratories 

Sign painting shops 

Telephone answering service -- 

Window display service 

Other bii.siness services, n.e.c 



Automobile Repair Services, Garages 



Total 

Automobile repair 

General automobile repair shops 

Battery, ignition repair and service 

Glass replacement, repair 

Paint shops 

Radiator repair sbope 

Tire repair shops 

Top and body repair 

Automobile repair, n.e.c 

Brake repair shops 

Wheel, a.xle, spring repair shops 

Other automobile repair shops, n.e.c 

Automobile storage, parking 

Parking structures, storage garages 

Parking lots 

Automobile, truck rentals (without drivers).. 

Automobile services (except repair) 

Automobile laimdries 

Automobile services, n.e.c 



B57 
n2n 

251 

172 

1 

15 

36 

67 

60 

4 

3 

188 

137 

103 

3« 

2 

19 

UO 

9 

lOU 

78 

INA) 

INA) 



9 

21 

139 

1 

3 
4 
2 
5 
13 



305 
259 
191 

2 
1 



553 

172 

101 

70 

1 

15 

12 

25 

20 

4 

1 

88 

49 

43 

6 

2 

37 

34 

3 

34 

26 

20 

6 

2 

3 

>•• 

3 

7 



115 
12 



• • t 

11 

7 



3 
19 
3 
7 
9 
57 
1 
1 
tt 

• ■ e 

3 
3 
4 

• *• 
41 



137 

ni 

73 
Z 
1 
2 
5 



13.561 

3.653 

1 .940 

(D) 

fD) 

1 .252 

599 

742 

701 

(D) 

(D) 

3.682 

(D) 

1.129 

(D) 

(D) 

2.392 

2.278 

114 

3.334 

2.074 

(NAI 

(NA) 

(01 

101 

• • • 
128 
299 
(D) 
(D) 

• • t 
(D) 
178 



8.284 

2.429 
(D) 
(0) 
14 
973 
152 
(0) 
303 
343 
(D) 
(D) 
228 
747 

2.893 
(01 
(Dl 
103 
(01 
263 
120 
180 
(01 

2.069 



7.779 
6.517 
4.569 
(D) 
ID) 
(01 
127 
173 
675 
777 
192 
370 
215 
475 
267 
208 
(D) 
(D) 
378 
(D) 



10.909 
2.957 
1 .276 

(D) 

(d) 

1 .252 

357 

434 

405 

(D) 

(D) 

3.166 

ID) 

723 

(D) 

(D) 

2.348 

2.248 

100 

2.878 

1 .790 

1 .655 

135 

ID) 

(01 

• • • 
52 

265 
(D) 
(01 

• « • 
(D) 
(Dl 



7.334 
2(295 
(D) 
(0) 
t • • 
973 
1 1U 
(0) 
273 
343 
(D) 
(0) 
(0) 
675 
2.349 
(0) 
(0) 
103 



6.575 
5.389 
3i63« 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(0) 
127 
(0) 
531 
737 
178 
(D) 
(D) 
449 
267 
182 
(01 
(D) 
354 
(Dl 



4.285 
1.127 
575 
(D) 
(D) 
240 
78 
160 
153 
(D) 

(d) 

1.316 
(D) 
196 

(d) 

(D) 

1.093 

1 .078 

15 

1|2S3 

913 

886 

27 

ID) 

(Dl 

• •• 
17 
81 

IDI 
(D) 

• fl • 
ID) 
(Dl 



2.521 
381 

(D) 

(d) 

t • t 

530 

37 
(01 

78 
114 
(d) 
(01 
161 
497 
701 
(Dl 
(D) 

60 
• •• 
ID) 

13 
ID) 



1 ,734 
1.415 
928 
(Dl 
(Dl 
10) 
22 



36 
156 
223 



54 
10) 
(D) 
144 
(Dl 



291 .459 



84.671 
23.867 
12.722 

(D) 

(d) 

4,252 

1,692 

3,556 

3,343 

(D) 

(Dl 

25.301 

(D) 

3,403 

(d) 

(D) 

21,437 

21.110 

327 

24,126 

17,015 

16,347 

668 

(01 

(0) 

■ t • 

343 

1.877 

(01 

101 

• I ■ 

(01 

(01 



51 .411 

7.167 

(D) 

(D) 

• • • 
11 .131 

862 

(Dl 

1 .960 

2.247 

(d) 

(Dl 

2.8(J8 

10,154 

14,412 

(01 

(0) 

1 .316 

!• • 

(0) 
214 
(01 

• • • 

9,650 



35,714 

29,490 

20,860 

101 

(Dl 

(0) 

317 

584 

2,781 

4,042 

8B5 

2,000 

1 ,157 

2,790 

1 .724 

1 ,066 

(01 

(d) 

2,509 
(Dl 



79,656 
23,014 
12,396 

(d) 
(d) 

4,166 
1 ,49U 
3,13b 
2,929 

(D; 

(d) 
23.472 

fD) 
3,112 

(D) 

(d) 

19,935 

19,606 

327 

22,593 

15,79J 

15,279 

514 

(0 

ID) 

• • t 

331 

1,783 

(D) 

(0) 

(01 
(Dl 



48,285 

6,430 

(D) 

(0) 

• • • 
10,225 

814 

IDI 

1,611 

2,247 

(D) 

(Dl 

2,63u 

9,975 

13,710 

ID) 

IDI 

1 ,08b 

• t « 
10) 
214 
(0) 



31 .556 

25.814 

18.141 

IDI 

IDI 

IDI 

317 

584 

2.327 

3.56Z 

830 

1.575 

1.157 

2.701 

1.724 

977 

ID) 

(D) 

2.13d 

101 



1.544 

407 

191 

(D) 

(D) 

03 

30 

71 

63 

(D) 

(D) 

484 

(D) 

77 

(d) 
(d) 

397 
391 
6 
461 
334 
315 
19 
(01 
(0) 



28 
101 
(01 



(01 
(0) 



8bl 
85 

(d) 
101 
« •• 

205 

16 

101 

22 

32 

(d) 

(01 

49 

187 

273 

(01 

(Dl 

28 

• t • 

(01 



i •• 

177 



519 

385 

273 

(01 

(01 

(01 

4 

7 

37 

52 

n 

27 

14 

45 

23 

22 

(D) 

(D) 

78 

(01 



1 .375 
376 
)79 
tD) 

(d) 

57 
21 
56 

49 
(D) 
(D) 
43 
ID) 

63 
(D) 

(d) 

360 
354 
6 
41 1 
293 
281 
12 
(Bl 
(0) 

8 
23 

(Dl 
(01 

(Dl 
IDI 



737 
72 

tD) 
101 

166 

13 

10) 

12 

32 

(D) 

ID) 

40 

173 

220 

(01 

IDI 

17 



101 

3 
(01 

137 



423 
32 

232 

(Dl 
(01 
(01 



25 
42 
9 
19 
14 
39 
23 
16 
(D) 

(d) 

53 

(E)l 



Standard Notes; (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. 
' Includes plant-owned outleta. 



(NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not apphcable. (Z) Less than $500. 



Represents zero. 



5-16 



SELECTED SERVICES -AREA STATISTICS 



Table 103. SELECTED SERVICES: 1954 — STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS — Continued 



Establishments, Receipts, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



Standard metropolitan area 
and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total 

( Number) 



With 
payroll 



Receipts 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Dollars) 



Full 
workweek 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Number) 



Full 

workweek 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 
nesses 
only) 
(Number) 



SACRAMENTO STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA—Con. 



MisceUaoeous Repair Services 
Total _ -. 

Watch, clock, jewelry repair 

Upholstery, furniture repair 

Electrical repair shops 

Radio, television repair shops 

Refrigerator service, repair shops 

Other electrical repair shops, n.e.c 

Blacksmith shops 

Miscellaneous repair shops 

Armature rewinding, electric motor repair and rebuilding 

Bicycle repair shops .-. __ 

Leather goods repair shops 

Locksmith, gunsmith shops 

Musical instrument repair 

Repair shops, n.e.c 

Lawnmower, saw, knife, tool sharpening and repair shops.. 

Typewriter repair shops 

Welding repair shops 

Other repair shops, n.e.c 



Amusement, RecreatioD Services (inc. Motion Pictures) 

Total 

Motion picture theaters.. 

Motion picture theaters {except drive-in) 

Drive-in motion picture theaters 

Motion picture production, distribution, services 

Motion picture production 

Motion picture production other than for television 

Motion picture production for television 

Motion picture distribution 

Motion picture film exchanges other than for television- 
Motion picture film exchanges for television 

Services allied to motion picture distribution 

Services aUied to motion picture production 

Billiard and pool parlors, bowling alleys 

Billiard, pool parlors 

Bowling alleys 

Race track operation (including racing stables) 

Automobile 



Dog. 



Horse (including racing stables) 

Sports promoters, commercial operators 

Baseball, football, athletic fields, sports promoters 

Baseball clubs 

Football clubs 

Other sports clubs, promoters _ 

Bathing beaches 

Golf courses 

Riding academies 

Skating rinks. 

Swimming pools 

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

Boat, canoe rentals 

Other commercial sports operators, n.e.c 

Theatrical presentations and services 

Bands, orchestras, entertainers 

Dance halls, studios, schools (exc. children's, professional). 

Membership golf, country clubs.-. 

Amusement, recreation services, n.e.c 

Amusement parks, devices, shooting galleries 

Carnivals, circuses 

Coin-operated amusement device establishments 

Other amusement, recreation services, n.e.c 



Hotels, Motels, Tourist Couns, Camps 



Total 

Hotels - 

Year-round 

25 or more guest rooms 

Less than 25 guest rooms 

Seasonal 

Motels, tourist courts, camps 

Motels, tourist courts, trailer parks.. 

Motels, tourist courts 

Trailer parks 

Sporting, recreational camps . . 



242 
25 
30 



72 


4.1 IB 


3 


(D) 


12 


436 


19 


1.381 


1 J 


963 


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245 


2 


173 


3 


(D) 


3b 


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9 


437 


1 


33 


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1 


97 


1 


36 


23 


1.4e!3 


2 


(D) 


• •• 


(d) 


B 


211 


16 


1 l?21 


133 


10,044 


36 


5.372 


30 


4,504 


6 


S68 



15 


11 


11 


7 


4 


4 


11 


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29 


15 


4 


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3 


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2 


3 


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6 


2 


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10 


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10 


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7 


3 


36 


30 


11 


1 1 


3 


3 


47 


19 


6 


2 


2 


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21 


11 


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4 


241 


117 


11!7 


85 


(N4) 


65 


IN4I 


75 


INA) 


10 


(NS) 


■ •• 


1 14 


32 


99 


31 


61 


21 


36 


10 


15 


1 



675 
(D) 
(D) 
138 
(01 

• • • 
(D) 
724 
307 
(Dl 
... 
(D) 

• .I 
{01 

40 
143 

51 
CD) 
(D) 
(01 
(01 
456 
324 
(01 
1.323 
(D) 
(D) 
560 
► 75 



8.472 

6.654 

(N4 1 

(NAI 

(NA| 

(NAI 

1 .618 

1 .398 

= 23 

U75 

220 



2 1854 
(D) 
260 
899 
783 
(D) 
(01 
(01 

1 l594 
437 
(D) 
• a. 
(D> 
(01 

1 (077 
(01 

». a 
181 

(d) 



9,448 
(01 
(D) 
868 



631 

(D) 
(01 
106 
(01 

(0) 
566 
307 

(01 

'd) 

(01 
(01 
(D) 
(01 
105 
105 

• a a 

(01 
330 
51b 
(01 
1 ilOl 
(01 
(01 
502 
525 



7|45B 

6,606 

6,606 

6,226 

380 

• a a 

852 

(D) 

393 

(D) 

(0) 



753 
(D) 
84 
183 
161 

(d) 

(0) 
(01 
458 
147 
(Dl 
a a • 
(01 
(01 
286 
(Dl 
a •• 
64 
(D) 



2,624 
954 
801 
1'=3 



265 
(D) 

(01 
12 

(01 

(01 
290 
242 

(Dl 



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(01 
(0) 
(Dl 
13 
13 
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179 
116 
(01 
353 
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(01 
64 
271 



2.588 

2l445 

2,445 

2,336 

109 

a a t 

143 

(D) 

1 13 

(D) 

(D) 



15(990 

(D) 

1 .624 

4,059 

3,558 

(D) 

(01 

(01 

9,764 

3.1B5 

(Dl 

... 

(Dl 

(01 

6,029 

(01 

• • a 

1 (202 

(D) 



48,849 

18(278 

14.809 

3,469 



5,251 

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1B3 

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... 

(01 

2(521 

1 .274 

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(0) 

a ■ a 

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(01 

408 

408 

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3,871 

1.997 

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6(309 

(01 

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1 (321 

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54(824 
51 (748 
51 (748 
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3(j7t 

(D) 

2(366 

(D) 

(D) 



15(38£. 

(D) 

1 (500 

3(834 

3(331 

(D) 

(D) 

(01 

9(507 

3(116 

(01 

a a a 

(01 

ID) 

5.89<. 

(Dl 



1(187 
(D) 



43(610 
16(803 
13(473 
3(33o 



4(414 
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177 
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(Dl 

2(200 

1(173 

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a a a 

(D) 

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(01 

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364 

a a a 

(01 

1(76o 

1(677 

(01 

&(23<: 

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1 (307 

4(660 



49(653 
46(895 
46(895 
44.596 

2.299 
. . a 

2(75o 

(d) 

2(119 
(D) 

(d) 



215 

(d) 

23 

65 

58 

(D) 

(D) 

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119 

39 

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(01 
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72 
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15 
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1.193 

438 

368 

70 



128 
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38 
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1(150 

1(071 

1.071 

1(013 

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79 

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(D) 



193 

(D) 

19 

55 
48 

(d) 

(D) 
(01 
111 
37 
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(01 
(0) 



(D) 



895 
356 
294 



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19 

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99 

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78 



1 (046 

980 

980 

923 

57 



(D) 



(D) 
(D) 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $S(X). 



Represents zero. 



CALIFORNIA 



5-17 



Table 103. SELECTED SERVICES; 1954 — STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS ■ 
Establishments, Receipts, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



■ Continued 



Standard metropolitan area 
and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total 

(Number) 



With 
pfiyroll 



Receipts 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

(11.000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Dollars) 



Full 
workweek 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 

nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Number) 



FuU 
workweek 



(Numljer) 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 
nesses 
only) 
(Number) 



SAN BERNARDINO-RIVERSIDE-ONTARIO STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Consists of San Bernardino and Riverside Counties, Calif. 



Selected services, total __ 

Pexsooal Services 



Total _ 

B&rber , beauty shops 

Barber shops 

Beauty shops, _. _ 

Barber and beauty shops combined 

Funeral serWce, crematories 

Photographic studios (including commercial photography) 

Shoe repair shops, shoeshine parlors, hat cleaning sliops 

Shoe repair shops 

Shoeshine parlors 

Hat cleaning shops 

Cleaiung, pressing, dyeing, garment repair 

Pressing, alteration, garment repair (except fur) 

Cleaning, pressing shops, and independent plant outlets.. 

Garment repair, alteration (except fur) 

Fur repair, storage 

Cleaning, dyeing plants 

Cleaning, dyeing plants (except rug cleaning) ' 

Rug cleaning, repairing plants 

Laundries, laundry services 

Power laundries, self-service laundries 

Power laundries ' 

Self-service laundries 

Industrial laundries 

Linen supply 

Diaper service 

Laundries (except power) 

Miscellaneous personal services 

Costume, dress suit rental 

Turkish bath, massage parlors 

Rug, furniture cleaning on location 

Coin-operated service machine establishments 

Miscellaneous personal services, n.e.c 



Business Services (exc Accounting, Auditing, Bookkeeping) 

Total 

Advertising 

Advertising agencies 

Outdoor advertising services 

Miscellaneous advertising 

Ckjnsumer, mercantile credit; adjustment, collection agencies... 

Private employment agencies 

News sjTidicates 

Duphcating, addressing, mailing, stenographic services 

Blueprinting, photocopying services 

Services to dwellings, other builtlin^ 

Disinfecting, exterminating services -- 

Window cleaning ._ 

Miscellaneous services to dwelling, other buildings 

Business services, n.e.c 

Auctioneers' estabUshmenta (service only) 

C^in-operated machine rental, repair services 

Detective agencies 

Interior decorating service 

Photofinishing laboratories 

Sign painting shops 

Telephone answering service 

Window display service 

Other business serWces, n.e.c 



Aotomobile Repair Services, Garages 

Total 

Automobile repair. 

Creneral automobile repair shops 

Battery, ignition repair and servi(» 

Glas replacement, repair 

Paint shops 

Radiator repair shops 

Tire repair shops. 

Top and body repair. 

Automobile repair, n.e.c 

Brake repair shops 

Wheel, axle, spring repair shops 

Other automobile repair shops, n.e.c 

Automobile storage, parking 

Parking structures, storage garages 

Parking lots 

Automobile, truck rentals (without drivers) 

Automobile services (except repair) 

Automobile laundries. 

Automobile services, n.e.c 

Standard Notes; (D) Withheld to avoid tlisclosure. 
' Includes plant-owned outlets. 



I1015 
t>69 

299 

261 

9 

32 

U9 

75 

72 

2 

1 

207 

110 

82 

28 

97 

85 

)2 

85 

72 

(NAI 

(Nfll 

1 

3 

1 

B 

28 



3)8 
15 



1 
131 



U83 

U37 

308 

5 

6 

7 

21 

17 

ny 

32 

8 



507 

267 

121 

Itl 

5 

32 

17 

13 

12 

• «■ 

1 

119 

32 

30 

2 

• •ff 
83 
81 

2 

53 

46 

35 

11 

1 

3 

1 

2 
10 
■ • • 
1 
1 
1 
7 



138 
7 
3 

2 

2 

17 

13 



• • t 
33 
15 

9 

9 

66 

• •■ 



213 

189 

124 

1 

U 

7 

9 

7 

25 

12 

2 

H 

6 

S 

1 

7 

2 

It 

11 

3 



17.838 

2.218 

2.527 

97 

2.065 

eoi 

171 

U61 

(01 

(Dl 

5iOU2 

1.118 

1.058 

90 

t • • 

3. 894 

3. 812 

82 

4.608 

3.278 

(NAI 

(NA) 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

23 

209 

• « • 

(D) 

43 

(Dl 

128 



7.890 
320 
145 
(D) 

(d) 

657 

1.229 
(D) 
103 
(D) 

1.124 
652 
359 
1 13 

4.447 
22 
(0) 
115 
54 
157 
214 
119 
(Dl 

3.736 



9.130 

7.845 

5.094 

76 

174 

105 

487 

398 

769 

722 

131 

230 

361 

(D) 

(D) 

"54 

(01 

419 

343 

76 



15.134 

3.644 

) |5)U 

2.057 

77 

2.065 

373 

171 

(D) 

(D) 

4.488 

672 

(D) 

(D) 

t • • 

3.816 

(D) 

(Dl 

4.264 

2.942 

2|739 

203 

(Dl 

(Dl 

(D) 

(D) 

129 

• •• 

(D) 

(0) 

(D) 

102 



6.592 
262 
111 
(D) 
(D) 
629 
(Dl 



558 

325 

101 

3.489 

• • • 

• • • 
(Dl 
(Dl 
157 
170 
(Dl 
(Dl 

2.964 



6.732 

5.577 
3.518 
(Dl 
(Dl 
105 
355 
356 
573 
486 
(Dl 
230 
(D) 
(D) 
(Dl 
406 
(Dl 
365 
321 
44 



6.119 

1 .532 

665 

833 

34 

405 

66 

54 

(D) 

• ft 
(Dl 

1.883 
148 
(D) 
(D) 

• • • 
1 .735 

(D) 

(01 

2.143 

1 .560 

1 .508 

52 
ID) 
(01 
(Dl 
(Dl 

36 
■ •■ 
(Dl 
(D) 
(Dl 

30 



2.067 
98 
13 
(01 
(Dl 
280 
(D) 

• ■ 4 

(01 

• • • 

420 
232 
154 
34 
826 

• •« 

• •• 
38 

(01 
25 
49 
(D) 
101 
686 



1.723 
1.279 

aoo 

(D) 

(D) 

32 

77 

39 

139 

158 

(Dl 

89 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

110 

(Dl 

144 

136 



125. 0U3 

32.315 

13.4)9 

18.409 

487 

8.562 

1 .515 

860 

(d) 

* • • 

(Dl 

38.043 

2.593 

(d) 
(d) 

1 1 • 

35.450 

(D) 

(01 

42.731 

32,178 

31 |362 

31b 

(Dl 

(01 

(Dl 

(01 

977 

• •■ 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(01 
731 



44.162 
87? 
259 
(01 
(Dl 
5.855 
(D) 

• • • 
(01 

• ■• 
8.880 
5.2J9 
2.870 

771 
17.324 

• at 

• • • 
1 .239 

(01 

555 

1 .313 

(d) 

(01 

13)603 



35.573 

26.762 

16.664 

(0) 

(D) 

900 

1 .497 
715 

3.182 

3.102 
(01 

1 .841 
(D) 
(D) 
(01 

2,007 
(01 

3.583 

3.500 
83 



1 15.05U 

30.364 

12l6P3 

17l27i 

406 

7.869 

1,33b 

85t 

(d) 

• • » 
(01 

36.304 

2|21cl 

(D) 

101 

• • • 
34,086 

(D) 

(d) 

37.495 
27.492 
26.84^ 
650 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(D) 
IDI 
833 

• • • 
IDI 
(Dl 
(01 
587 



41 ,239 
815 
239 
(Dl 
(01 
5,529 
(Dl 

• • ■ 
(Dl 

• • • 
8,087 
5.045 
2l68i! 

360 
15.627 

• • • 

• • • 
1 ,000 

IDI 

536 

1.203 

(d) 

(01 
12.397 



33.167 
25.627 
16.222 

(Dl 

lr>] 

832 
1,365 

674 
2,897 
2.935 

(Dl 
1 ,8'*1 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 
1,617 

IDI 

2.756 

2,686 

7u 



2.409 
577 
212 
354 

u 

135 
28 
15 

(D) 

• •• 
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744 

60 
(D) 
IDI 

• • • 
6 84 
(D) 
101 
886 
7U7 
683 

24 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(01 
(01 

24 

• • • 
101 
101 
101 

20 



799 

16 

5 

IDI 

(01 

luo 

(D) 

• •• 
(01 

• ■ • 
143 

68 

48 

27 

284 

• ■• 

• •• 
25 

(01 
14 
16 
(D) 
101 
216 



612 
403 
253 
(D) 
(D) 
17 
25 

n 

45 

43 
IDI 

23 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

45 

101 

127 

125 

2 



2.037 

495 

181 

307 

7 

1 14 

23 

12 

(D) 

• • ■ 
101 
663 

42 
(D) 

(n) 

621 
(D) 
(D) 
715 
557 
541 

16 
(01 
IDI 
(01 
(01 

15 

• • • 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(01 

1 1 



(01 
(Dl 



(D) 



15 
(Dl 
13 
12 
(D) 
IDI 
176 



505 

368 

234 

(D) 

(D) 

14 

22 

10 

39 

40 

(01 

23 

(D) 

(D) 

(d) 

34 
(01 
70 



(NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not appHcable. (Z) Less than $500. 



Represents zero. 



5-18 



SELECTED SERVICES -AREA STATISTICS 



Table 103. SELECTED SERVICES: 1954 — STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS — Continued 



Establishments, Receipts, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



Standard metropolitan area 
and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total 

(Number) 



With 
payroll 



Receipts 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
(Sl.OOO) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov, 15 



Total 

(Dollars) 



FuU 
workweek 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Number) 



Full 
workweek 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 
nesses 
only) 
(Nomber) 



SAN BERNARDINO-RIVERSIDE-ONTARIO STANDARD METROPOLUaN AREA— Con. 



Miscellaaeous Repair Services 

Total 

Watch, clock, jewelry repair 

Upholetery, furniture repair 

Electrical repair shops 

Radio, television repair shops 

Refrigerator service, repair shops 

Other electrical repair shops, n.e.c 

Blacksmith shops 

Miscellaneous repair shops 

Armature rewinding, electric motor repair and rebuilding 

Bicycle repair shops 

Leather goods repair shops 

Locksmith, gunsmith shops 

Musical instrument repair 

Repair shops, n.e.c 

Lawnmower, saw, knife, tool sharpening and repair shop6-. 

Typewriter repair shops. 

Welding repair shops 

Other repair shops, n.e.c 



Amusement. Recreatioo Services (ioc Motion Pictures) 

Total 

Motion picture theaters 

Motion picture theaters (except drive-in) 

Drive-in motion picture theaters 

Motion picture production, distribution, services 

Motion picture production 

Motion picture production other than for television 

Motion picture production for television 

Motion picture distribution 

Motion picture film exchanges other than for television. 

Motion picture film exchanges for television 

Services allied to motion picture distribution 

Services allied to motion picture production _- 

BiUiard and pool parlors, bowling alleys 

Billiard, pool parlors 

Bowling alleys 

Race track operation (including racing stables) 

Automobile 



Dog. 



Horse (including racing stables) 

Sports promoters, commercial operators 

Baseball, football, athletic fields, sports promoters 

Baseball clubs 

Football clubs 

Other sports clubs, promoters 

Bathing beaches 

Golf courses 

Riding academies 

Skating rinks 

Swimming pools 

Conmaercial sports operators, n.e.c 

Boat, canoe rentals 

Other commercial sports operators, n.e.c 

Theatrical presentations and services 

Bands, orchestras, entertainers. _ 

Dance halls, studios, schools (exc. children's, professional) - 

Membership golf, country clubs 

Amusement, recreation services, n.e.c 

Amusement parks, devices, shooting galleries 

Carnivals, circuses 

Coin-operated amusement device establishments 

Other amusement, recreation services, n.e.c 



Hotels, Motels, Tourist Courts, Camps 

Total 

Hotels 

Year-round 

25 or more guest roome. 

Less than 25 guest rooms 

Seasonal.. _ 

Motels, tourist courts, camps 

Motels, tourist courts, trailer parks 

Motels, tourist courts.-. 

Trai ler parks 

Sporting, recreational camps 

Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. 



425 
35 
58 

121 
88 
17 
16 
21 

190 



11 

12 
158 

15 
• • • 

42 
101 



262 
54 

40 



601 

167 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

INA) 

434 

377 

317 

^0 

57 



105 

1 

14 

29 

22 

3 

4 

7 

54 

5 

• • • 



• •• 

48 
3 

• • • 

16 
29 



186 
52 
38 
14 



20 
8 

12 
6 
1 

• •• 

3 
42 

• • • 

• • ■ 

• • • 

• •• 



329 
139 

ee 

58 
30 
47 
194 
165 
137 
26 
29 



17t057 
151 
569 
li300 
li062 
126 
112 
372 

14*665 
341 
(D) 

• • • 
(D) 

3U 

14,253 

BS 

• • t 
■63 

13,SB2 



1 llUUl 

5 1 621 

3,326 

2,295 

(D) 

fD) 

ID) 

t • t 

(01 

ID) 

t • • 

• * • 

■ • • 
576 
199 
377 
504 
(Dl 

■ • ■ 
ID) 

lil30 
ID) 

• • • 

• * t 
ID) 
(D) 
(D) 
195 
276 

67 

161 

141 

20 

IDI 

112 

224 

1(624 

1,550 

(D) 

(D) 

818 

580 



20,493 

13,948 

INA) 

INA) 

INA) 

INA) 

6<S4S 

5.677 

4.913 

754 

868 



14.883 

ID) 

(D) 

7O0 

57B 

78 

44 

308 

13,379 

ID) 



• • • 
13.341 



379 
12.932 



10,851 

ID) 

ID) 

2.295 

ID) 



ID) 
ID) 
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• • • 

■ •• 
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143 
377 
ID) 
ID) 

■ *• 
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960 
ID) 

• • • 

• • • 
ID) 
ID) 
ID) 
117 
234 

53 

ID) 

ID) 

15 

ID) 

112 

224 

1 .524 

1 .254 

ID) 

ID) 

668 

465 



18.463 

13.670 

8.591 

8,059 

622 

4.979 

4,793 

4.123 

3,357 

555 

670 



7,345 
ID) 
(D) 
142 
123 
13 
6 
117 

7.005 
(D) 

• • t 

• • I 
ID) 

• • t 
6,923 

2 

• ■• 
82 

6.839 



3.009 

1.185 

723 

4*2 
10) 

• •■ 

• •• 

ID) 
ID) 

t • ■ 



1*3 
37 
125 
199 
ID) 

• • • 
ID) 
221 
(D) 

• •• 

• •• 
ID) 
ID) 
(D) 

18 

40 

9 

32 

25 

7 

(D) 

69 

65 

791 

295 

(d) 
(d) 

117 
155 



3.840 

3,005 

3.189 

3.071 

118 

1,816 

835 

673 

564 

109 

1*2 



108,228 

10) 

(Dl 

3,212 

2.837 

208 

157 

2.006 

101.013 

(D) 

• « t 



• • • 
99.509 

73 

• • • 

2. OSS 
97.381 



61 .475 

23.593 

13,018 

8.675 

101 

• • • 

• • « 

• • • 
10) 
10) 

• • • 
« • t 

• • • 
3.771 

323 
2.948 
4.832 

ID) 

ID) 

4,915 

ID) 

• • « 

!• • 

ID) 

10) 

(D) 

215 

762 

150 

349 

279 

70 

ID) 

1 .338 

1 .697 

15.51 1 

4,406 

(P) 

(d) 

1 .9B2 

1 1911 



125.811 

1 10.174 

64.459 

61 .949 

2,510 

45.715 

15,537 

12,725 

9.839 

2,8B7 

2(911 



107(390 

ID) 

(D) 

3(051 

2,713 

2oe 

130 

1 .986 

100.652 

(D) 

• • t 

• • • 
(Dl 

• • • 
99.153 

• t • 

• • • 
1(846 

97(317 



56(213 

21 .428 

13(187 

9(241 

ID) 

• • • 

• • « 

• • • 



ID) 
ID) 



3(093 

759 

2(324 

4(460 

ID) 

ID) 

4.505 

ID) 

« • • 

• * f 

ID) 

ID) 

(D) 

215 

516 

15U 

333 

273 

50 

ID) 

1(121 

1 (440 

13.849 

4.107 

(D) 

(D) 

1(929 

1(731 



1 13(304 

99(21u 

59(64o 

57.419 

2(229 

39(552 

14(094 

1 1 (440 

8(838 

2(502 

2(654 



1 .297 
10) 

(d) 
50 
44 



23 

1.192 

(D) 



• •• 

1.172 
2 

• • • 
30 

1.140 



1,454 
662 
439 
223 
ID 



175 
22 

154 
60 

10) 

• • • 
(D) 
101 
10) 

• •• 
t •• 
ID) 
ID) 
(D) 

4 

28 

2 

17 

15 

2 

(0) 

25 

53 

299 

72 

(D) 

(d) 

26 
37 



2.744 

2.305 

1 .420 

1 .348 

72 

885 

439 

371 

306 

65 

68 



(NA) Not available. n.ex. Not elsewhei* classified. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $000. 



1(270 
ID) 

(D) 

45 

41 

2 

2 

23 

1 (179 

(D) 



1(160 



1(126 
489 
304 
185 
IB) 



ID) 
ID) 



105 

55 

10) 



ID) 

(D) 

(D) 

4 

11 

2 

10 

9 

1 

10) 

19 

43 

273 

50 

(D) 

(d) 

23 

22 



2(245 

1 (892 

1(209 

1(131 

58 

683 

353 

297 

241 

56 

56 



454 

ID) 

(D) 

134 

101 

17 

15 

22 

19B 

(D) 

(D) 

• •• 

ID) 

12 

164 

16 

48 
100 



252 
16 

15 

1 

ID) 

(D) 

(D) 

• •• 
ID) 
ID) 

• • , 



17 

19 

5 

ID) 

• •• 
(D) 

84 
ID) 
■ • • 

• • • 
ID) 

(d) 

(D) 
19 
17 
15 
21 
17 
4 

iD) 



(D) 
(D) 



672 

163 

INA) 

(NA) 

INA) 

(NA) 

309 

442 

368 

74 

67 



Represents zero. 



CALIFORNIA 



5-19 



Table 103. SELECTED SERVICES: 1954 — STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS ■ 
Establishments, Receipts, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



Continued 



Standard metropolitan area 

and kind of business 



Elstablishments 



Total 

(Number) 



With 
payroll 



Receipts 



Total, all 
establiah- 

meits 
(SI.OOO) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 

year 



Payroll, workweek ended 

nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(OoUara) 



Full 
workweek 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Number) 



FuU 

workweek 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 
nesses 
only) 
(Number) 



SAN DIEGO STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with San Diego County, Calif. 



Seleaed serriccs. total . ._ , 


3i576 
1 iHai4 

065 
333 

327 

5 

31 

85 

118 

105 

13 

• •• 

331 

220 

175 

US 

« 

107 

93 

It 

169 

117 

INA) 

INA) 

7 

7 

1 

37 

15 

2 

9 

3 

5 

26 

«10 
34 
19 

5 
10 
33 
It 
« •• 
30 

5 
73 
27 
lU 
32 
221 

2 

1 
11 
13 

7 
28 

6 

6 
117 

526 
443 
273 

5 

8 
21 
16 
17 
58 
45 
10 

8 
27 
46 

9 
37 
11 
26 
18 

8 


2 1092 

set 

423 
191 
227 

2« 
49 
44 
39 

: 

• •1 

199 

96 

83 

15 

4 

97 

91 

6 

119 

87 

60 

27 

7 

7 

1 

17 

23 

2 

1 

1 

5 

14 

236 
20 
13 
S 
2 
31 
14 

• •e 
10 

3 
43 
21 
10 
12 
115 

• 1* 

1 

n 
1 

5 

12 

4 

4 

77 

300 

233 

137 

3 

4 

17 

6 

9 

36 

21 

6 

4 

11 

40 

9 

31 

9 

18 

14 

4 


1 08 1 04 1 

31 .254 

6.830 

2.878 

31866 

86 

2.737 

1.847 

906 

B75 

31 

• •fl 
9.527 
2.740 
2.525 

215 

55 

6.732 

6.518 

214 

8.154 

4.988 

INA) 

(NA) 

1.013 

1.669 

(d) 
(d) 

1.243 
(D) 
(D) 
64 
247 
867 

15.691 

5.528 

4.074 

(D) 

(D) 

1 .009 

211 

• •• 
336 
438 

1 .684 

1 .060 
163 
451 

6.485 
ID) 
ID) 
177 
159 
394 
247 
182 
tin 

5. 142 

13.065 

10.159 

5.135 

55 

217 

792 

23B 

587 

1.390 

735 

161 

139 

435 

1.310 

458 

842 

B36 

760 

691 

69 


98.153 

28.298 

5.765 

2.218 

3.452 

86 

(D) 

1 .653 

(C) 

513 

(D) 

• •• 
8.695 
1.938 
1 .801 

137 

55 

5.702 

(D) 

(D) 

7|846 

4,774 

4.298 

476 

1 .013 

1 .669 

(D) 

(D) 

1 ,087 

ID) 

IDI 

ID) 

247 

749 

14.271 
5.388 
4.014 
ID) 
ID) 
(Dl 
211 

• •• 
175 
(Dl 

1 .332 
990 
147 
395 

5.543 

(Dl 
177 
IDI 
ID) 
175 
IDI 
(Dl 
4.438 

11,225 

8,445 

5,007 

ID) 

143 

765 

(D) 

51 1 

1 .278 

557 

131 

103 

323 

1 ,220 

468 

752 

(D) 

(d) 

679 

(d) 


31 ,594 

11,687 

2,396 

1,016 

1,345 

35 

822 

549 

143 

139 

4 

• •• 
3,858 

490 

444 

45 

9 

3,359 

3,313 

56 

3,574 

2,224 

2,129 

97 

423 

796 

ID) 

(D) 

335 

(D) 

IDI 

101 

58 

256 

3,954 
764 
357 
ID) 
IDI 
470 
59 

• •• 
47 
87 

758 

439 

67 

252 

1,779 

(Dl 
78 

IDI 

103 
65 

IDI 

13 

1,405 

2,956 

2.166 

1.221 

ID) 

20 

225 

(D) 

89 

420 

159 

15 

47 

97 

341 

121 

220 

98 

351 

(D) 

(D) 


507,425 

229,100 

51 ,224 

22,882 

27,774 

558 

15.896 

10.425 

4.078 

3,958 

120 

«• • 

73,052 

9,738 

8,686 

1,052 

221 

63,093 

52.538 

5S5 

56,921 

42,855 

40,996 

1,859 

7,885 

13,554 

ID) 

(D) 

7,503 

(01 

IDI 

101 

1.112 

5.936 

87,245 

16.535 

8.542 

(0) 

IDI 

14.685 

1 .468 

• • • 
591 

1,952 
14,227 
8,002 
1 ,503 
4,722 
37,687 

• •• 
101 

2,128 

ID) 

2.201 

1 .098 

(01 

209 

29,654 

58.640 

42,772 

24.660 

(Dl 

236 

4.797 

(D) 

1 ,745 

7,843 

2.820 

301 

695 

1 .824 

5.540 

2.485 

4,155 

2,207 

7,021 

(0) 

(D) 


571 ,059 

217,487 

49,276 

22,177 

26,554 

545 

15,347 

10,040 

3,999 

3,909 

90 

• •• 
69,734 

8.762 

7.84b 

916 

181 

60,791 

50,251 

540 

61,757 

33.773 

37,195 

1,578 

7.544 

13.065 

(Dl 

(D) 

7,324 

IDI 

(Dl 

(D) 

1,112 

5,836 

83,870 

15,336 

8,538 

ID) 

(Dl 

14,209 

1 ,43B 

• •• 
681 

1,812 
13.581 
7.549 
1 .479 
4.553 
35.813 

• • • 
(D) 

2,042 
ID) 

2.147 

887 

ID) 

151 

28,18b 

55.583 

41 .057 

23,38b 

(D) 

235 

4,696 

(D) 

1,745 

7,509 

2,784 

285 

595 

1 .804 

6,199 

2,485 

3,714 

2.149 

6.166 

(d) 
(d) 


1 1 .290 

4.31 1 

913 

330 

571 

12 

232 

281 

71 

55 

5 

• •• 
1.385 

213 

186 

27 

5 

1,167 

1.156 

1 1 

1.324 

893 

838 

55 

158 

223 

10) 

(D) 

105 

101 

(01 

(01 

16 

81 

1.192 
175 

81 
IDI 
101 
177 

29 

• •• 
18 
25 

210 

105 

22 

82 

557 

• •• 
10) 

28 

IDI 

44 

15 

(01 

5 

420 

980 
629 
364 
(01 
3 
74 

(D) 

25 

112 

38 

6 

8 

24 

125 

41 

84 

30 

195 

(D) 

(D) 


9.570 

3.819 

831 

302 

518 

1 1 

201 

265 

64 

61 

3 

• •• 

1 ,239 

168 

146 

22 

3 

1 ,058 

1 .058 

10 

1 .124 

731 

592 

39 

144 

206 

(0) 

(D) 

95 

(D) 

IDI 

IDI 

16 

73 

1 ,053 
170 

80 
(0) 
(01 
158 

28 

14 
19 

186 
92 
21 
73 

478 

(0) 
22 

(D) 
41 
11 

(01 
2 

357 

809 
561 
317 
10) 
3 

71 
(D) 

25 
100 

35 
6 
8 

23 
103 

41 

62 

27 
1 18 
(D) 
(D) 




Personal Services 
Total 


3,729 




1 .500 


Barber shops 


657 


Beautv shops..- 


329 




321 


Funeral service, cl^matories 


7 


Photographic studios tincluding commercial photography) 

Shoe repair shops, shoeahine parlors, hat cleaning shops 


23 
93 


Shoe repair shops 


116 


Shoeshine parlors 


103 


Hal cleaning shops 


13 




• • • 


Pressing, alteration, garment repair (except ftxr) 


390 


Cleaning, pressing shops, and independent plant outlets 

Garment repair, alteration (except fur) 


253 

204 


Fur repair, storage 


49 




4 




133 


Rug cleaning, repairing plants 


114 


Laundries, laundry services 


19 


Power laimdries, self-service laimdries. 


175 


Powerlaundries',,.^ 


131 


Self-ser\'ice laundries 


INA) 


Industrial laundries 


INAI 




3 


Diaper service. - 


• •• 


Laimdries (except power) 


ID) 




(d) 


Costume, dress suit rental 


45 




IDI 


Rug, furniture cleaning on location 


IDI 




ID) 


Miscellaneous personal services, n.e.c . . 


5 


Busmess Services (exc Acconccing. Auditing, Bookkeeping) 


26 


Advertising 


399 




34 


Outdoor advertising services . 


22 


Miscellaneous advertising 


101 


Consumer, mercantile credit; adjustment, collection agencies 

Private emplojTnent agencies. 


ID) 
25 




13 


Duplicating, addressing, mailing, stenographic services 


• • • 




33 


Services to dwellings, other buildings.. 


4 




65 




27 


Miscellaneous services to dwellings, other buildings 


12 




27 


Auctioneers' estabUshmenta (service only) 


224 




(D) 


Detective agencies, .. 


ID) 


Interior decorating service 


8 




IDI 


Sign painting shops 


9 




26 


Window display service 


IDI 




5 


Aatomobile Repair Sernces, Garages 


150 




575 




510 




321 


Glass replacement, repair , _ 


ID) 


Paint shops .. 


12 




24 


Tire repair shops. 


(D) 


Top and body repair 


19 


Automobile repair, n.e.c . . 


65 


Brake repair shops 


48 




13 




7 


Automobile storage, parking. 


28 




27 


Parking lots 


2 




25 




11 




27 




(D) 




(D) 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. 
' Includes plant-owned outlets. 



(NA) Not available. Q.ac. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. 



(Z) Less than $500. 



Represents zero. 



5-20 



SELECTED SERVICES —AREA STATISTICS 



Table 103. SELECTED SERVICES: 1954 — STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS — Continued 



Establishments, Receipts, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



Standard metropolitan area 
and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total 

(Number) 



With 
payroll 

(Number) 



Receipts 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



($1,000) 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Dolkrs) 



FuU 
workweek 

(DoUan) 



Paid employees. 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Number) 



FuU 
workweek 



SAN DIEGO STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Con. 



Miscellaneous Repair Services 



Total 

Watch, clock, jewelry repair -- 

Upholstery, furniture repair 

Electrical repair shops 

Radio, television repair shops 

Refrigerator service, repair shops 

Other electrical repair shops, n.e.c 

Blacksmith shops 

Miscellaneous repair shops 

Armature rewinding, electric motor repair and rebuilding 

Bicycle repair shops 

Leather goods repair shops 

Locksmith, gunsmith shops 

Musical instrument repair 

Repair shops, n.e.c 

Lawnniower, saw, knife, tool sharpening and repair shops 

TypewTiter repair shops 

Welding repair shops 

Other repair shops, n.e.c 

Amusemeot, Recreation Services (inc. Motion Pictures) 

Total 

Motion picture theaters _ — 

Motion picture theaters (except drive-in) 

Drive-in motion picture theaters ^ 

Motion picture production, distribution, services 

Motion picture production 

Motion picture production other than for television 

Motion picture production for television 

Motion picture distribution__ - --_-- 

Motion picture film exchanges other than for television 

Motion picture film exchanges for television 

Services allied to motion picture distribution 

Services allied to motion picture production 

Billiard and pool parlors, bowling alleys 

Billiard, pool parlors 

Bowling alleys — - 

Race track operation (including racing stables) - 

Automobile 



Dog. 



Horse (including racing stables) 

Sports promoters, commercial operators - 

Baseball, football, athletic fields, sports promoters 

Baseball clubs 

Football clubs 

Other sports clubs, promoters - 

Bathing beaches 

Golf courses — 

Riding academies 

Skating rinks.- 

Swimming pools -■ 

Commercial sports operators, n.e.c 

Boat, canoe rentals 

Other commercial sports operators, n.e.c 

Theatrical presentations and services 

Bands, orchestras, entertainers 

Dance halls, studios, schools (exc. children's, professional) - 

Membership golf, country clubs 

Amusement, recreation services, n.e.c 

Amusement parks, devices, shooting galleries 

Carnivals, circuses-.- - 

Coin-operated amusement device establishments 

Other amusement, recreation services, n.e.c 



Hotels, Motels, Tourist Courts, Camps 



Total- 

Hotels 

Year-round — 

25 or more guest rooms - _ - - . 

Less than 25 guest rooms 

Seasonal .-- 

Motels, tourist courts, camps 

Motels, tourist courts, trailer parks-. 

Motels, tourist courts -. 

Trailer parks - 

Sporting, recreational camps 



176 
70 
52 

159 
87 
H2 
30 
20 

175 
8 



16 
12 
139 
19 
6 



301 



2 
M 
21 
28 

5 

1 1 1 

?6 

5 
22 
5S 



419 

170 

INdl 

(NH) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

2M9 

2U0 

1*3 



77 



152 
18 
26 
17 
27 
12 



55 

■ ■ ■ 

u 

■ ■• 
47 

7 

2 

7 

31 



221 

US 

U2 

6 

1 

• • t 

■ •* 

• • • 

1 
1 

• • • 

• • t 

■ • • 

2a 

13 

15 

2 

I 

• tc 

1 
23 
2 
1 
#•• 
1 



9 

1 

1 

1 

• • • 

9 

17 

20 

6 

67 

1« 

3 

16 

34 



297 

140 

140 
109 

31 
• at 

157 
152 
101 
51 
5 



6t498 
558 
843 

2,594 

1,473 
766 
355 
210 

2,293 
147 
• •• 
f • • 
151 
40 

1 ,955 

178 

61 

344 

1 ,372 



20,710 

8,872 

7,528 

1 ,344 

101 



• • , 

101 
(Dl 

• , • 

• • , 

(Dl 
1 ,627 

388 
1 ,239 

(Dl 

(D) 

• • • 
ID) 

1,211 
IDI 
(Dl 



• • t 

122 
116 
295 
40 
(D) 
109 
(D) 
614 
321 
716 
967 

2,440 

445 

17 

1,113 
865 



20,823 

16,405 

(NAI 

(NAI 

(NAI 

(NAI 

4,418 

4,280 

3,119 

1 ,161 

138 



4,432 
322 
661 

1 ,76J 

1 ,031 
470 
259 
144 

1 ,545 
123 

• •• 

• • • 
93 

• • • 
1 ,329 

154 
IDI 
218 
(D) 



20,154 
8,872 
7,528 

1 ,344 
(01 

• • • 



(Dl 
(Dl 

• • • 



1 |561 
322 

1 1239 
(Dl 
(Dl 
• • • 
(Dl 

1 1 093 
IDI 
(Dl 



122 
116 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(Dl 
,• • 
(Dl 
311 
680 
967 

2,176 
347 
(Dl 

1 t077 



19,783 

(D) 

(D) 

15,653 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

3,47B 

2,537 

941 

(Dl 



1 ,297 

110 

159 

502 

332 

92 

78 

42 

4S4 



• •• 
431 

32 
(Dl 

66 
(D) 



5,110 
1,608 
1,355 
253 
(01 
• a, 
■ a, 
aaa 
(Dl 
(Dl 



aaa 
591 
99 
492 
(01 
(Dl 
aaa 
(01 
435 
IDI 
(Dl 



aaa 
32 
35 
S3 
IDI 
IDI 
IDI 
aaa 
257 
122 
273 
489 
552 
125 
101 
191 
(P) 



6,580 
(D) 
ID' 

5,849 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
562 
409 
153 
(D) 



26,a99 

2,000 

3,990 

10,727 

7,475 

1 ,829 

1 ,423 

761 

9,421 

365 

aaa 



8,530 
699 
IDI 

1,321 
(D) 



83,171 

31 ,554 

26,770 

4,8d4 

(Dl 

■ a a 

aaa 

aaa 

(01 

101 

aaa 

aaa 

12,318 
1 ,493 

10,325 
IDI 
IDI 

IDI 

5,102 

IDI 

IDI 



aaa 

551 

165 

1 ,492 

101 

101 

(Dl 

aaa 

2,698 

2,110 

6,139 

10,429 

9,747 

1 ,748 

101 

3,237 

(D) 



122,370 

(n) 
(d) 

1 10,742 
(D) 

(d) 

(D) 
9,625 

7,17a 

2,447 
(D) 



26,051 
1 ,970 
3,870 
10,474 
7,225 
1 ,829 
1 ,420 

719 
9,016 

335 



• a a 

8,307 
666 
(Dl 

1,27S 

(D) 



72,556 

27,973 

23,549 

4,424 

(Dl 



(Dl 
(Dl 
• a a 



9,509 

1,455 

8,054 

(Dl 

(01 

(Dl 

4,532 

(Dl 

(01 

IDI 

aaa 

521 

165 

1,05^ 

101 

101 

(Dl 

• a a 

2,360 

1,212 

5,224 

9,933 

8,832 

1,307 

(01 

3,153 

(D) 



115,512 
( D) 
(D) 

105,139 

(d) 

(D) 

(D) 

B,511 

6,409 

2,102 

(Dl 



388 
27 
59 

143 

101 
24 
18 
11 

148 



aaa 

1J5 
10 

(01 
23 

(D) 



1,829 
727 
635 
92. 
(Dl 
a , • 
aa* 
• t» 
(01 
(Dl 



327 
35 
292 
(01 
(01 
at* 
(01 
87 
(01 
101 



• »• 

10 

2 

44 

101 

(0) 

(01 

a a • 

70 

51 

154 

176 

201 

64 

101 

49 

(0) 



2,590 

(D) 
(D) 
2,244 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
285 
211 
74 
ID) 



351 
26 
52 

133 
92 
24 
17 
10 

130 
5 



IDI 
22 

(D) 



1,309 

549 

482 

67 

(01 



(01 
(Dl 



195 
32 
163 
101 
IDI 

IDI 
51 
101 
101 



9 
2 
19 

101 
IDI 
(01 

47 

16 
111 
152 
151 

31 
101 

45 
(D) 



2,229 

lUI 
(D) 
1 ,962 
(D) 
tD) 
(u) 
216 
162 
S4 
(DJ 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $600. 



Represents zero. 



CALIFORNIA 



5-21 



Table 103. SELECTED SERVICES; 1954 — STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS — Continued 
Establishments, Receipts, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



Standard metropolitan area 
and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total 

(Number) 



With 

payroll 



Receipts 



Total, all 

establish- 

roents 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($l.000» 



Payroll. 
entire 
year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Dollars) 



FuU 
workweek 



Paid employees, 
workweeK ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Number) 



FuU 
workweek 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo. 
rated 
busi- 
nesses 
only) 
(Number) 



SAN FRANCISCO-OAKLAND STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Consists of Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, San Francisco, San Mateo, and Solano Counties, Calif. 



Selected services, total 

Persoo«l Services 

Total 

Barber, beauty shops 

Barber shops - 

Beauty shops 

Barber and beauty shops combined 

Funeral serWce, crematories 

Photographic studios tincluding commercial photography) 

Shoe repair shops, shoeshine parlors, hat cleaning shops 

Shoe repair shops 

Shoeshine parlors 

Hat cleaning shops 

Cleaning, pressing, dyeing, garment repair 

Pressing, alteration, garment repair (e-xcept fur) 

Cleaning, pressing shops, and independent plant outlets.,. 

Garment repair, alteration (except fur) 

Fiir repair, storage 

Cleaning, dyeing plants 

Cleaning, dyeing plants (except rug cleaning) ' 

Rug cleaning, repairing plants 

Laundries, laundry services 

Power laundries, self-serWce laundries 

Power laundries ' 

Self-ser\ice laundries 

Industrial laundries 

Linen supply 

Diaper ser^-ice 

Laimdries (except power) 

Miscellaneous personal ser\ices 

Costume, dress suit rental 

Turkish bath, massage parlors - 

Rug, furniture cleaning on location 

Coin-operated service machine establishments 

Miscellaneous personal services, n.e.c 

Business Services (exc Actxnioting, Aatliting, Bookkeeping) 

Total 

Advertising 

Advertising agencies 

Outdoor advertising services 

Miscellaneous advertising- ._ 

(^nsiuner, mercantile credit; adjustment, collection agencies... 

Private employment agencies 

News syndicates 

DupUcating, addressing, mailing, stenographic services 

Blueprinting, photocopying services 

Services to dwellings, other buildings 

Disinfecting, exterminating services 

Window cleaning 

Miscellaneous services to dwellings, other buildings 

Business services, n.e.c 

Auctioneers' establishments (service only) 

Coin-operated machine rental, repair services 

Detective agencies 

Interior decorating service 

Photofinishing laboratories 

Sign painting shops 

Telephone answering service 

Window display service 

Other business services, n.e.c 

Automobile Repair Services, Garages 

Total 

Automobile repair 

General automobile repair shops 

Battery, ignition repair and service 

Glass replacement, repair 

Paint shops 

Ratliator repair shops 

Tire repair shops 

Top and body repair 

Automobile repair, n.e.c 

Brake repair shops 

Wheel, axle, spring repair shops 

Other automobile repair shops, n.e.c 

Automobile storage, parking 

Parking structures, storage garages 

Parking lots 

Automobile, truck rentals (without drivera) 

Automobile services (except repair) 

Automobile laundries 

Automobile services, n.e.c 



7iSo3 

5l210 

ll6'<7 

1|5U9 

It 

130 

357 

638 

520 

101 

17 

2< 111 

1.619 

1.253 

366 

Ul 

451 

389 

62 

a31t 

666 

(NAI 

INA) 

10 

22 

5 

131 

313 



9 
177 



21906 

262 

179 

22 

61 

135 

126 

11 

265 

U3 

603 

72 

122 

"t09 

1>'l61 

It 

19 

55 

103 

37 

113 

50 

32 

If 038 



1.732 

1l35« 

830 

25 

12 

62 

35 

6U 

191 

135 

39 

14 

82 

253 



3i059 

1.370 

699 

661 

10 

lOV 

131 

130 

110 

11 

9 

773 

■t15 

365 

SO 

25 

333 

301 

32 

460 

366 

278 

S8 

10 

20 

5 

59 

91 

9 

18 

6 

5 

53 



11178 

154 

105 

18 

31 

107 

68 

3 

83 

33 

169 

48 

34 

87 

561 

8 

5 

33 

7 

25 

39 

36 

4 

404 



912 

664 

394 
11 
10 
36 
15 
30 

117 

51 

19 

8 

24 

177 
78 
99 
29 
46 
2S 
18 



123,751 

28.BB6 

12.706 

15,977 

203 

10,755 

7,009 

4,603 

4,069 

305 

229 

34,275 

14,359 

13,119 

1.240 

535 

19.381 

17,521 

1 ,860 

34,270 

24,001 

(NA) 

(NA) 

1,491 

6,894 

339 

1 ,545 

3,953 

639 

936 

230 

363 

1 ,785 



169, 105 

102,026 

91.212 

6.936 

3,878 

7,476 

3,232 

89 

6,038 

3,148 

14.!59 

3,664 

1,751 

9, 144 

52,537 

697 

798 

2,814 

1.302 

2.085 

1,501 

1 ,064 

601 

41,675 



55,277 

36,143 
21 ,702 

903 

388 
1.199 

905 
1 ,965 
5,298 
3,783 
1,758 

465 
1.560 
11,195 
7,411 
3.784 
5,769 
2.170 
1.254 

916 



100,209 

21 ,760 

8 1 768 

12)825 

167 

10,181 

5.589 

2,469 

2.173 

101 

195 

25,967 

7,061 

6,663 

39B 

463 

18.443 

16.891 

1 ,552 

31 ,410 

21,637 

20,112 

1 ,525 

1 ,491 

(D) 

339 

(D) 

2.833 

(D) 

606 

78 

317 

(D) 



177,705 

100,484 

89.888 

6,904 

3,692 

7,260 

2.954 

10) 

5,144 

(D) 

12.661 

3,484 

1 ,365 

7,812 

46,137 

673 

(0) 

2,588 

176 

2,015 

1 ,133 

1 ,040 

485 

(D) 



47,261 

29,053 

16,982 

701 

(0) 

1 ,013 

(D) 

1 ,671 

4,736 

2,873 

1 ,500 

413 

960 

10,601 

(0) 

(D) 

5,665 

1 .942 

1.198 

744 



40,905 

9.666 

4.086 

5,496 

B4 

2,744 

1,691 

803 

722 

31 

50 

1 1 1 07 

1.710 

1.564 

146 

109 

8,288 

7.758 

530 

15.000 

10,687 

10,352 

335 

745 

3,097 

141 

330 

894 

200 

170 

32 

99 

393 



46.196 

11,613 

7.604 

2,744 

1,265 

3,821 

1,653 

(C) 

1 ,868 

(D) 

8,490 

1,826 

890 

5,774 

17(797 

lis 

ID) 
1 ,672 

43 
630 
384 
497 
125 
(D) 



12,899 

8,016 

4,505 

182 

77 

333 

249 

264 

1,523 

863 

466 

107 

310 

3,224 

2,425 

799 

860 

799 

531 

268 



789.770 

196.208 

82.354 

1 12,022 

,632 

,644 

,159 

,022 

,156 

801 

065 

t313 

jB76 

|988 

.888 



1< 
51l 
37, 
15, 
13, 



1 , 

192 

30, 

27. 

2, 



2.380 

159,057 

148,267 

10.790 

279.717 

202.433 

195,967 

6,466 

12,741 

56,596 

2,566 

5,381 

17,707 

3.45 

3.560 

574 

2.062 

8,055 



907,314 

222,242 

146,831 

51 .158 

24,253 

81 .143 

33.615 

10) 

39,131 

(d) 

176,697 

38,044 

18,192 

120.461 

335.254 

1,894 

(0) 

34,515 

301 

12,028 

7,680 

10,213 

2,664 

(D) 



250,377 

154.917 

87,021 

3,735 

1,528 

6,421 

4,859 

4,977 

29.561 

16,814 

9.000 

2.051 

5,763 

63.366 

48.661 

14,705 

17,665 

14,429 

9,275 

5,154 



744,65 
184,70 
77,831 
105,30 
1,57 
49,34 
34,70 
13,756 
12,07 
740 
949 
17(tl166 
27.387 
24,808 
2,579 
2,078 
148.701 
138,832 
9,859 
267,372 
191 ,38i 
185,926 
5,456 
12,536 
56,276 
2,470 
4,708 
16,590 
3,34(y 
3,340 
492 
2,02J 
7,39a 



847,496 

215, 38J 

146,344 

47,201 

21 ,836 

77,302 

29,081 

IDl 

32,522 

(D) 

171,717 

37,112 

17,291 

117,314 

303,020 

1 ,626 

IDl 

31 ,65i> 

741 

11 >5Bo 

6,789 

9,771 

2,664 

(D) 



236,288 

148,881 

82,846 

3,683 

1,52b 

6,189 

4,753 

4,94o 

28,801 

16,133 

8,500 

2,051 

5,582 

57,370 

43,671 

13,699 

17.311 

12,726 

7,752 

4,964 



13,645 

3,376 

1,330 

2,021 

25 

671 

557 

278 

224 

32 

22 

3,158 

557 

587 

70 

37 

2,464 

2,301 

163 

5,272 

3,945 

3,765 

179 

210 

926 

45 

146 

333 

60 

64 

13 

23 

173 



12,680 

2,1u4 

1.105 

489 

510 

1,225 

681 

111! 

979 

(D 

2,565 

426 

237 

1.9v;2 

4.823 

33 

10) 

686 

P 

213 

94 

213 

33 

(D) 



3.303 

1,872 

1,102 

44 

17 

79 

57 

02 

338 

173 

77 

25 

71 

902 

649 

253 

196 

333 

257 

75 



1 1 ,999 

2,967 

1,157 

1,787 

23 

549 

477 

225 

183 

25 

17 

2,697 

515 

460 

55 

29 

2, 153 

2,020 

13 

4,805 

3,528 

3,400 

128 

204 

914 

40 

119 

279 

52 

56 

10 

20 

141 



10,21 1 

1 ,809 

1 ,082 

425 

3U2 

1 ,083 

473 

(0) 

475 

(D) 

2,393 

398 

217 

1,778 

3.703 

26 

(U) 

517 

11 

198 

74 

199 

33 

(D) 



2.863 

1.698 

977 

41 

17 

72 

54 

61 

316 

160 

69 

25 

66 

736 

542 

194 

1B6 

243 

173 

70 



Standard Notes : ( D ) Withheld to avoid disclosuxe. 
' Includes plant-owned outlets. 



(NA) Not available. ii.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $S00. ... Represents zero. 



5-22 



SELECTED SERVICES -AREA STATISTICS 



Table 103. SELECTED SERVICES: 1954 — STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS — Continued 
Establishments, Receipts, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



Standard metropolitan area 
and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total 
(Number) 



With 
payroll 



Receipts 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Dollars) 



Full 
workweek 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Number) 



Full 

workweek 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 
nesses 
only) 

(Number) 



SAN FRANCISCO-OAKLAND STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA — Con. 



Miscellaneous Repair Services 



ToraK 

Watch, clock, jewelry repair 

Upholstery, furniture repair ._ 

Electrical repair shops .-. 

Radio, television repair shops 

Refrigerator service, repair shops.. 

Other electrical repair shops, n.e.c 

Blacksmith shops 

Miscellaneous repair shops 

Armature reuinding. electric motor repair and rebuilding 

Bicycle repair shops 

Leather goods repair shops 

Locksmith, gunsmith shops 

Musical instrument repair 

Repair shops, n.e.c 

La\%'nmower, saw, knife, tool sharpening and repair shops.. 

Typewriter repair shops 

Welding repair shops.. 

Other repair shops, n.e.c 



Amusement, Recreaiion Services (inc. Motion Pictures) 

Total - 

Motion picture theaters 

Motion picture theaters (except drive-in) 

Drive-in motion picture theaters 

Motion picture production, distribution, services 

Motion picture jjroduction 

Motion picture production other than for television 

Motion picture production for television 

Motion picture distribution _ 

Motion picture film exchanges other than for television. 

Motion picture film exchanges for television 

Services aUied to motion picture distribution 

Services allied to motion picture production 

Billiard and pool parlors, bowling alleys 

Billiard, pool parlors. . 

Bowling alleys.. 

Race track operation (including racing stables) 

Automobile 



Dog. 



Horse {including racing stables) 

Sports promoters, commercial operators 

Baseball, football, athletic fields, sports promoters 

Baseball clubs 

Football clubs 

Other sports clubs, promoters 

Bathing beaches 

Golf courses 

Riding academies 

Skating rinks 

.S%vimming pools 

Conunercial sports operators, n.e.c 

Boat, canoe rentals 

Other commercial sports operatotB, n.e.c 

Theatrical presentations and services 

Bands, orchestras, entertainers _. 

Dance halls, studios, schools (exc, children's, professional) _ 

Membership golf, country clubs 

Amusement, recreation services, n.e.c 

Amusement parks, devices, shooting galleries... 

Carnivals, circuses 

CoinK>perated amusement device establishments 

Other amusement, recreaiion .services, n.e.c _ . 



Hotels, Motels, Tourist Courts, Camps 



Total 

Hotels 

Year-round 

25ormore guest rooms _ . . 

Less than 25 guest rooms 

Seasonal 

Motels, tourist courts, camps 

Motels, tourist courts, trailer parks.. 

Motels, tourist courts , 

Trailer parks 

Sporting, recreational camps 



2i 159 

304 

573 

400 

P2 

91 

U9 

966 

30 

7 

20 

77 

52 

7ao 

60 
21 
72 

b24 



1.216 

208 

1P6 

22 

58 

12 

5 

7 

314 

30 

1 

3 

12 

1 It 

72 

12 

26 



138 

15 

2 

2 

11 

1 

13 

16 

19 

15 

59 

31 

28 

57 

183 
51 
27 

J51 
34 
13 

1S8 

146 



1.01? 

661 

(N«) 

(N6) 

InJSI 

(«IAI 

>51 

320 

235 

85 

31 



601 
37 

110 

165 

102 
32 
31 
11 

278 

24 

1 

U 

13 

S 

228 
22 
12 
22 

172 



7S8 

200 

180 

20 

46 

12 

5 

7 

28 

24 

1 

3 

6 

70 

30 

40 

12 



70 

13 

2 

2 

9 

1 
11 

a 

13 

11 

11 

5 

6 

31 

157 

40 

29 

137 

24 

9 

58 

46 



634 

463 

462 

391 

71 

1 

171 

158 

133 

23 

13 



43.631 

1.911 
4.559 
10,277 

6»oa8 

1.652 

2,5 37 

379 

26,505 

3,610 

116 

107 

620 

092 

21 .560 

861 

428 

1 .525 

18.746 



96.975 

31 .757 

28.640 

3. 1 17 

20.5d2 

(D) 

S13 

(D) 

19.279 

18.356 

(Dl 

ID) 

(D) 

4.890 

979 

3.°1 1 

10.877 

250 

10.627 
5.808 
3.235 

(D) 
IDI 
1 .2a0 
(01 
(D) 
259 
853 

lai 

592 

348 

244 

2.703 

1 .922 

2.747 

5.300 

10.389 

1 .650 

2.245 

4.288 

2.SC6 



64.963 

Sd.OOO 

(NAI 

(MAI 

(NAI 

I NAI 

6.963 

6.385 

5.1)50 

935 

578 



33,589 

829 

3.177 

7, 307 

3,912 

1,246 

2, 149 

187 

22,089 

3,498 

101 

(D) 

260 

316 

17,952 

653 

368 

1 ,043 

15,888 



93,665 

31 .691 

(D) 

ID) 

20,442 

(D) 

513 

(D) 

19,227 

13,304 

(0) 

(01 

ID) 

4,530 

(D) 

(0) 

10,799 

ID) 

t • • 

(d) 

5,444 
(01 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(01 
IDI 
239 
825 
139 
350 
190 
160 

2,563 

(d) 

2,553 
(D) 
8,677 
1 ,594 
2,221 
3,432 
1 ,430 



61 ,789 

56,370 

(D) 

55,009 

(d) 

(D) 

5,419 

5,133 

4,558 

475 

386 



13,728 

240 

900 

2, 186 

1,254 

347 

585 

59 

10.343 

1 ,285 

IDI 

(D) 

60 

277 

8,705 

250 

111 

3=7 

7,957 



23,373 

6,747 

6,208 

539 

2,171 

(D) 

229 

(D) 

1,714 

1 ,423 

IDl 

IDI 

(01 

1,763 

209 

1 ,554 

2,684 

91 

2,593 

1.795 

1,151 

IDI 

IDI 

21 1 

ID) 

(D) 

68 

309 

33 

84 

47 

37 

1 ,426 

922 

1,121 

2,150 

2,594 

596 

785 

797 

416 



23,120 
22,201 

(d) 

21 ,789 

(d) 

(Dl 
919 

U50 

772 

78 

69 



31 1 ,147 

4,192 

19,548 

44.233 

27,405 

5,109 

10,719 

1 ,249 

241 .925 

25,841 

IDI 

(D) 

1,236 

5,330 

209,285 

4,d72 

2,073 

8,1 13 

194,227 



481 ,437 

130,361 

1 19,193 

11 ,168 

43,666 

(D) 

6,721 

(P) 

31 ,431 

26.J)55 

(01 

(01 

(Dl 

33,522 

3.980 

29,i42 

91 ,49'i 

247 

• • • 

91 ,243 

34,915 

23,2aH 

ID) 

(Dl 

2.121 

(01 

(D) 

1 ,716 

5,793 

164 

1 ,399 

773 

626 

24,333 

17,903 

21 ,004 

41 ,473 

42,570 

9,303 

10,197 

15,d35 

7.335 



444.526 

425,279 

(D) 

418.280 

(D) 

(01 

19,247 

I7,95c 

16,760 

1 .194 

1 .293 



282,471 

4,086 

18,177 

4 1 ,236 

25,279 

5,647 

10, 310 

1.121 

217,851 

25,634 

(01 

(D) 

1.140 

5.271 

185, 58t 

4,752 

2,05S 

7,597 

171 .IBi, 



433.029 

1 10,257 

1 OB , 4 1 7 

9,8Uu 

42,ai7 

(D) 

6,497 

(p) 

31.129 

25.88B 

ID) 

ID) 

10] 

29.047 

3.57o 

25,369 

83.539 

247 

• • • 

83,292 

31 ,093 

21 ,562 

ID) 

101 

57t 

101 

(D) 

1l306 

4.322 

166 

1.214 

66j 

551 

23.551 

1 1 .242 

1 J,95t 
37,653 
3a,87o 
7,854 
9,741 
14,552 
6.55i 



417|44c 

401,167 

(D) 

394.840 

(O) 

(0) 

16,2s; 

lb. 15c 

14.09t 

1 .060 

1|123 



3.617 

=6 

248 

583 

346 

76 

161 

19 

2.711 

275 

10) 

(D) 

18 

60 

2.353 

67 

30 

aa 

2.168 



8.3)2 

2.976 

2,719 

257 

5oB 

(D) 

36 

(D) 

428 

372 

(01 

(01 

(0) 

748 



86 
662 
839 



3J6 

442 

lo5 

(0) 

(0) 

101 

(01 

CD) 

40 

150 

5 

29 

It 

15 

2a2 

552 

520 

775 

6?0 

168 

140 

2j0 

102 



8.825 

8,3B0 

(D) 

8.224 

(d) 

IDI 
445 
4<!2 
390 
32 
23 



214 

496 

2B0 

66 

150 

15 

2,240 

267 

(0) 

(D) 

15 

59 

1 .895 

50 

29 

78 

1 .723 



6.138 
2.313 

2,126 
187 
485 
(D) 

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(D) 
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3 

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247 

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259 

203 

350 

551 

535 

1 12 

120 

184 

1 19 



7.688 

7(354 

(D) 

7.220 

(D) 

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334 

317 

293 

24 

17 



2,334 

271 

345 

629 

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95 

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52 

640 

70 

25 

92 

653 



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167 



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338 

252 

86 

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Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $500. 



Represents zero. 



CALIFORNIA 



5-23 



Table 103. SELECTED SERVICES: 1954 — STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS — Continued 
Establishments, Receipts, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



Standard metropolitan area 
and kind of business 



EstabUshmenta 



Total 

{Number) 



With 
payroll 



Receipta 



Total, all 
estabbsh- 

ments 
($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire 
year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(DoUare) 



FuU 
workweek 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Number) 



FuU 

workweek 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 
nesses 
only) 
(Number) 



SAN JOSE STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Coextensive with Santa Clara County, Calif. 



Seleaed services, tool . 



Persooal Services 



Totil 

Barber, beauty shops , 

Barber shops 

Beauty shops 

Barber and beauty sliops combined 

Funeral service, crematories 

Photographic studios (including commercial photography) 

Shoe repair shops, shoeshine parlors, hat cleaning shops 

Shoe repair shops 

Shoeshine parlors 

Hat cleaning shops 

Cleaning, pressing, dyeing, garment repair.- 

Pressing, alteration, garment repair (except fur) 

Cleaning, pressing shops, and independent plant outlets.. 

Garment repair, alteration (except fur) 

Fur repair, storage 

Cleaning, dyeing plants ._. 

Cl eanin g, dyeing plants (except rug cleaning) ' 

Rug cleaning, repairing plants 

Laundries, laundry ser\'ices - 

Power laundries, self-service laundries 

Power laimdries ' 

Self-service laimdries 

Industrial laundries 

Linen supply 

Diaper service 

Laimdries (except power) 

Miscellaneous personal services 

Costume, dress suit rental 

Turkish bath, massage parlors 

Rug, furniture cleaning on location 

Coin-operated service machine establishments 

Miscellaneous personal services, n.e.c 



Business Services (exc Accounting, Auditing, Bookkeeping) 

Total 

Advertising _ 

Advertising agencies 

Outdoor advertising services 

Miscellaneous advertising 

Consumer, mercantile credit; adjustment, collection agencies 

Private emplojTnent agencies 

News sv-ndicates 

Duplicating, addressing, mailing, stenographic services 

Blueprinting, photocop>ing services 

Services to dwellings, other buildings 

Disinfecting, exterminating services 

Window cleaning 

Miscellaneous services to dwelling, other buildings 

Business services, n.e.c 

Auctioneers' establishments (service only) 

Coin-operated machine rental, repair services 

Detective agencies 

Interior decorating service 

PhotoSnishing laboratories 

Sign painting shops. -- 

Telephone answering service 

Window display service 

Other business services, n.e.c 



ADtomobile Repair Services, Ganges 

Total-. 

Automobile repair 

General automobile repair shops 

Battery, ignition repair and service 

Glass replacement, repair 

Paint shops 

Radiator repair shops 

Tire repair shops 

Top and body repair 

Automobile repair, n.e.c 

Brake repair shops 

Wheel, a.xle, spring repair shops 

Other automobile repair shops, n.e.c 

Automobile storage, parking 

Parking structures, storage garages 

Parking tots 

Automobile, truck rentals (without drivere) 

Automobile services (except repair) 

Automobile laundries 

Automobile services, n.e.c 



9M7 

431 

250 

179 

2 

21 

57 

61 

51 



231 
165 
111 

St 

1 

65 

52 

13 

79 

63 

(N4) 

INAI 

1 

3 

1 

11 

57 

1 



420 
28 
15 

2 
11 
18 
20 

2 
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8 
94 
13 
12 
69 
203 

3 

6 
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7 
17 

6 



345 
302 
180 



971 



381 

199 

108 

89 

2 

17 

15 

13 

13 

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73 

17 

13 

14 

1 

55 

48 

7 

55 

47 

35 

12 

1 

3 

1 

3 

9 

1 



156 

16 

9 

2 

5 

12 

12 

at t 

7 

6 

32 

9 

10 

13 

71 

1 



f •■ 

3 
7 
4 
2 
48 



167 
138 

74 
S 
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10 
4 
7 

19 

17 
6 
3 
8 

18 
1 

17 
4 
7 
5 
2 



51i234 



15.781 

3t687 

1 .807 

(D) 

(D) 

1 .428 

718 

520 

492 

(D) 

(D) 

4.274 



(D 

(D 

3.222 

2.91 

307 
4.78 
2.368 
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(NA 
(D 
(D 
(D 
102 
370 
ID) 
42 
91 
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10.689 
1.282 
792 
(D) 
(D) 
815 
651 
(D) 
282 
fD) 
1.857 
515 
446 
896 
5.456 
(Dl 
• • fl 
14S 
158 
ID) 
244 
121 
57 



7.603 

6.803 

3.654 

257 

(Dl 

478 

(D) 

407 

785 

999 

414 

95 

490 

380 

(D) 

(D) 

155 

264 

232 

32 



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12.851 

2l76Si 

1 |221 

(D) 

(D) 

1 .324 

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302 

302 

• • • 

t • • 

3(446 

(D) 

247 

(D) 

(d) 

3,136 

2.863 

273 

4.642 

2l24B 

2.005 

243 

(Dl 

(Dl 

(Dl 

80 

130 

(Dl 



(D) 



9,277 
1 ,188 
750 
(D) 
(D) 
779 
539 
a* • 
140 
(D) 
(D) 
491 
(Dl 
652 
4,615 
(Dl 



t • • 
(01 
172 
(Dl 
(Dl 
2,353 



5,01 1 
5,273 
2,540 
237 
(Dl 
358 
(D) 
391 
726 
853 
(Dl 
(Dl 
372 
342 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
218 
(Dl 



14,775 



5,075 
1,157 
523 
(D) 
(D) 
223 
52 
102 
102 



1 ,432 

(D) 

70 

(D) 

fD) 

1 ,347 

1,273 

74 

2,053 

1,032 

994 

38 

101 

101 

IDI 

40 

36 

(D) 



3,893 

209 

68 

(D) 

(D) 

432 

156 

• «t 

17 

85 

977 

214 

278 

485 

2,017 
(Dl 



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(D) 
74 
47 
IDI 
650 



1,569 

1,338 

580 

46 
101 
104 
(D) 

38 
214 
302 
113 

29 
160 

97 
IDI 
(D) 

22 
112 
(D) 
(D) 



297,584 



102,984 

25,096 

10.762 

(D) 

(d) 

4,896 
1,574 
1 ,972 
1.972 

• I • 

• • • 
27,693 

(D) 

1.462 

(C) 

(D) 

25,892 

24,443 

1 ,449 

39,753 

20,140 

19,582 

558 

(Dl 

101 

IDI 

596 

1 ,000 

101 



80,864 
3,580 
1,313 
(D) 
(D) 
9,544 
2,581 

• •t 
472 

1,822 

20,571 

4,122 

6,625 

9,824 

42,294 

(Dl 

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1 ,584 

• • • 
101 

1 ,J78 

909 

IDI 

14,429 



31,295 
27.100 
11 .398 

881 

(01 
2.062 

(D) 
1 .048 
4,625 
5,404 
2,208 

478 
3,718 
I ,997 

(01 

(d) 

536 
1 ,563 

(u) 
(D) 



97,252 

24,23'» 

10,407 

(D) 

(D) 

4,838 

1,526 

1,707 

1,707 



26,353 

(D) 

1,373 

(D) 

(D) 

24,726 

23,320 

1,406 

37,657 

19,009 

18,559 

440 

IDI 

(Dl 

IDI 

236 

922 

101 



75,832 
3,38U 
1.301 
(D) 
(D) 
9,316 
2,311 

• • • 
407 

1,534 
18,566 
3,595 
5,644 
9.429 
40,1 16 
(01 

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1,187 

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64{e 
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101 

13,307 



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25,32b 

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IDI 

1 ,935 

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1 ,040 

4,510 

6,267 

2,140 

47b 

3.649 

1,557 

ID) 

(d) 

48b 
1,253 

(d) 
(d) 



1.797 
477 
172 

(D) 

(d) 

59 
27 
35 
36 

• .• 

• I* 
464 

(d) 

30 

(d) 

(d) 

423 
401 

22 
715 
429 
4U7 

22 
101 
(01 
101 

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19 
101 



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(d) 



1.231 

5a 

17 

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to) 

155 

61 

t •• 

12 

27 

333 

51 

93 

189 

5a5 

101 

• • • 
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• •• 
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14 

21 

101 

206 



445 

349 

158 

10 

101 

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15 

52 

81 

21 

6 

54 

43 

101 

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9 

44 

(D) 

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1.584 
414 
159 

(D) 

(d) 

55 

25 



417 
fn) 

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365 

20 
528 
376 
365 

11 
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10 

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(D) 
144 

45 

• * • 

8 

20 

282 

41 

71 

170 

512 

IDI 

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18 

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169 



387 
325 
143 

10 
101 

22 

(d) 

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50 

77 

20 

6 

51 

28 

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27 

(D) 

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1.012 
44 1 
256 

(d) 
(d) 

25 
67 
65 
53 

(D) 

fD) 

249 

(D) 

1 16 

(D) 

(D) 

79 

63 

16 

100 

85 

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(NAI 

IDI 

IDI 

IDI 

12 

65 

101 



(D) 



426 
26 
16 

(D) 

(D) 
13 
19 

(D) 
50 

(D) 
96 
11 
10 
75 

213 

ID) 



22 
ID) 

17 

8 

(0) 

143 



385 

342 

209 

10 

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32 

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14 

32 

29 

5 

7 

17 

21 

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B 

17 

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(D) 



Standard Notes: ( D ) Withheld to avoid disclosure. 
' Incfaides plant-owned outlets. 



(NA) Not available. n-e-c Not elsewhere classified XXX Not apphcable. (Z) Less than $500. 



Represents zero. 



5-24 



SELECTED SERVICES -AREA STATISTICS 



Table 103. SELECTED SERVICES: 1954 — STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS — Continued 



Establishments, Receipts, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



Standard metropolitan area 
and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total 



With 
payroll 



(Number) (Number) 



Receipts 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

(Jl.OOO) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 



Full 
workweek 



Paid employees, 
workwe^ ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 



PuU 
workweek 



(Number) (Number) (Number) 



SAN JOSE STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREA— Con. 



MiscellaDeoos Repair Services 



Total. 

Watch, clock, jewelry repair 

Upholstery, furniture repair 

Electrical repair shops 

Radio, television repair shops 

Refrigerator service, repair shops 

Other electrical repair shops, n.e.c 

Black.smith shops 

Miscellaneous repair shops 

Armature rewinding, electric motor repair and rebuilding 

Bicycle repair shops 

Leather goods repair shops 

Locksmith, gunsmith shops 

Musical instrument repair. 

Repair shops, n.e.c .---- 

Lawnmower, saw, knife, tool sharpening and repau* shops.. 

Typewriter repair shops 

Welding repair shops 

Other repair shops, n.e.c 

Amusement, Recreation Services (inc. Motion Pictures) 

Total 

Motion picture theaters 

Motion picture theaters (except drive-in) 

Drive-in motion picture theaters . 

Motion picture production, distribution, services 

Motion picture production ;- 

Motion picture production other than for television 

Mot ion picture production for television 

Motion picture distribution -.--.--. 

Motion picture film exchanges other than for television. .. 

Motion picture film exchanges for television... 

Services alhed to motion picture distribution 

Services allied to motion picture production 

Billiard and pool parlors, bowhng alleys 

Billiard, pool parlors 

Bowling alleys 

Race track operation (including racing stables) 

Automobile 



Dog 

Horse (including racing stables) 

Sports promoters, commercial operators 

Baseball, football, athletic fields, sports promoters 

Baseball clubs 

Football clubs 

Other sports clubs, promoters 

Bathing beaches 

(jolf courses 

Riding academies 

Skatmg rinks -. 

Swimming pools 

Commercial sports operators, n.e.c 

Boat, canoe rentals 

Other conunercial sports operators, n.e.c 

Theatrical presentations and services 

Bands, orchestras, entertainers --- 

Dance halls, studios, schools (exc. children's, professional) - 

Membership golf, country clubs 

Amusement, recreation services, n.e.c --- 

Amusement parks, devices, shootmg galleries 

Carnivals, circuses 

Coin-operated amusement device establishments 

Other amusement, recreation services, n.e.c - 



Hotels, Motels, Tourist Courts, Camps 



Total 

Hotels. - 

Year-round — 

25 or more guest rooms 

Less than 25 guest rooms 

Seasonal 

Motels, tourist courts, camps 

Motels, tourist courts, trailer parks. 

Motels, tourist courts 

Trailer parks. - - - 

Sportmg, recreational camps. - . 



313 
22 
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102 
72 
12 
18 



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23 

1 

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103 



1«7 
35 
27 



177 

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123 

119 

100 

19 



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4 

16 

20 

10 

4 

6 

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2 

3 

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797 

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207 
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4.411 

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(NA) 

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1 .550 

1 l456 

1l254 

202 

104 



2«193 

119 

416 
706 
455 
122 
129 
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952 
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855 
38 
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196 

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4(268 
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592 

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1 1851 
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1 l020 
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3(799 
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137 

199 

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13(403 


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Represents zero. 



CALIFORNIA 



5-25 



Table 103. SELECTED SERVICES: 1954 — STANDARD METROPOLITAN AREAS — Continued 
Esublishmcnts, Receipts, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



Standard metropolitan area 
and kind of business 



Establishments 



With 
payroll 



Receipts 



Total, all 

establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Dollars) 



FuU 

workweek 



(Dollars) 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 



Full 
workweek 



STOCKTON bl" ANUARD METROPOLITAN AREA — Coextensive with San Joaquin County, Calif. 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incofpo- 
rated 
busi- 



only) 

(Number) 



Selected services, toad . 



Persootl jerrices, total 

Barber ahopa - -- - 

Beauty shops - - 

Funeral service, crematories. - -- 

Photographic studios (including commercial photography). 

Shoe repair shops - - 

Pressing, alteration, garment repair (except fur) 

Cleaning, dyeing plants (except rug cleaning)' 

Power laundries, self-service laundries --- 

Power laundries ' — 

Self-service laundries 

Other personal services --- 



Busiaess serrices (exc accouoiiog, auditiog, bookkeepiag), total.. 

Automobtle repair serrices, garages, total 

Automobile repair - ■ 

(General automobile repair shops _-- - ■ 

Other automobile repair shops 

Automobile parking, other services 

Automobile storage, parking - -■ 

Other automobile services --- 



Miscellaneous repair serrices, total. 

Watch, dock, jewelry repair 

Upholster)', furniture repair 

Riidio, television repair shops--. 
Other repair services 



Amosemeot, recreaiioa serrices (ioc motioo pictures), total.. 

Motion picture theaters -_._... - 

Motion picture production, distribution, services 

Billiard and pool parlors, bowling alleys. 

Other amusement, recreation services 



Hotels, motels, toorisi courts, camps, total 

Hotels 

Motels, tourist courts, trailer parks, camps. 



526 


200 


IM 


4T 


1 \i 


51 


1U 


10 


26 


B 


Ul 


7 


61 


13 


J8 


38 


28 


12 


(NM 


11 


(NAI 


1 


42 


14 


165 


57 


2«0 


94 


206 


82 


135 


47 


71 


35 


3H 


12 


17 


5 


17 


7 


227 


51 


?7 


3 


13 


5 


33 


S 


154 


3B 


116 


82 


23 


23 


• •* 


• at 


17 


11 


76 


48 


185 


87 


101 


61 


84 


26 



25.971 

7 1270 
962 

1 .000 

727 

253 

262 

633 

1.336 

1 .205 

(NAI 

(NAI 

892 

3.117 

4.738 

4.151 

2.635 

1.516 

587 

291 

296 

2.B92 
182 
154 
458 

2.098 

4,634 

2.558 

. • • 

504 
1 .572 

3.320 

2.403 

917 



19,661 

5.910 
43U 
722 
693 
141 
100 
22b 
I ,336 
1,093 
(D) 
(D) 
770 

2,427 

3,296 

2,849 

1,605 

1)244 

447 

209 

238 

1 ,592 

46 

70 

200 

1,276 

4,326 
2,558 

466 
1 ,302 

2,510 

2,075 

435 



6,189 

2.154 

201 

288 

159 

13 

29 

48 

533 

580 

(D) 

(D) 

303 

970 

776 

682 

344 

338 

94 

34 

60 



22 

42 
295 

1 ,155 
529 
« •« 

191 
435 

766 
696 

70 



1 17,872 

42,151 

3,928 

5,237 

2,967 

223 

572 

988 

11 ,347 

11.421 

(D) 

(d) 

5,468 

17,932 

15.395 
13,532 
6,748 
6,884 
1|763 
446 
1 l317 

7,244 
207 
468 
723 

5,846 

20,2 60 

9,645 

• • • 

3,448 
7,167 

14,890 

13,844 

1,046 



108,931 

38,703 

3,786 

4,804 

2,932 

184 

539 

728 

9.846 

10,846 

(d) 

(D) 
5,036 

16,475 

14.696 
13,169 
6,648 
6,521 
ll527 
343 
1 |184 

6,874 
180 
405 
603 

5.586 

18,149 

8,496 

« • ■ 

3,316 

6.337 

14,034 

13,053 

971 



841 
66 

Ul 

45 

8 

n 

22 

205 
252 
(D) 

(d) 

111 
346 

240 
108 
98 
90 
52 
10 
42 

102 



11 
79 

446 
228 
• • • 

67 
151 

394 

357 

37 



727 
60 

102 

44 

5 

10 

12 

157 

230 

(d) 

(D) 
97 

276 

207 
170 
90 
80 
37 
6 
31 

88 

3 

5 

8 

72 

320 
169 



349 

317 

32 



555 

169 

111 

15 



33 
(NAI 
(NAI 



150 

291 
249 
159 
80 
42 
20 
22 

271 
27 
15 



*• fl 
17 
71 

206 

112 



Standard Noten: (D) Withheld to avoid discloeuie. 
iDcludes plantK)WQed outlets 



(NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not appUcable. (Z) Less than $500. 



Represents zero. 



5-26 



SELECTED SERVICES -AREA STATISTICS 



Table 104. SELECTED SERVICES: 1954 — COUNTIES WITH 200 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE 
Establishments, Receipts, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



County and kind of business 



ALAMEDA COUNTY 



Selecied services, loiaj. 



Personal Services 

ToBl 

Barber, beauty shops . i__. 

Barber shops l^i_\i____. 

Beauty shops 

Barber and beauty shops combined 

Funeral service, crematories 

Photographic studios (including commercial photography) 

Shoe repair shops, shoeshine parlors, hat cleaning shops 

Shoe repair shops 

Shoeshine parlors 

Hat cleaning shops , 

Cleaning, pressing, dyeing, garment repair 

Pressing, alteration, garment repair (except fur) 

Cleaning, pressing shops, and independent plant outlets.. 

Garment repair, alteration (except fur) 

Fur repair, storage 

Cleaning, dyeing plants.. 

Cleaning, dyeing plants (except rug cleaning) ' 

Rug cleaning, repairing plants 

Laundries, laundry services. 

Power laundries, self-service laundries.: 

Power laundries ' 

Self-service laundries 

Industrial laundries 

Linen supply 

Diaper service. 

Laundries (except power) 

Miscellaneous personal services 

Costume, dress suit rental 

Turkish bath, massage parlors 

Rug, furniture cleaning on location 

Coin-operated service machine establishments 

Miscellaneous personal services, n.e.c 



Business Services (exc Accoundng, Auditing, Bookkeepiog) 

Total 

Advertising 

Advertising agencies 

Outdoor advertising services 

Miscellaneous advertising 

Consumer, mercantile credit; adjustment, collection 

Private employment agencies 

News syndicates 

DupUcating, addressing, mailing, stenographic services 

Blueprinting, photocopying services 

Services to dwellings, other buildings 

Disinfecting, exterminating services __. 

Window cleaning 

Miscellaneous services to dwellings, other buildings- 
Business services, n.e.c 

Auctioneers' estabUshments (service only) 

Coin-operated machine rental, repair services 

Detective agencies 

Interior decorating service 

Photofinishing laboratories 

Sign painting shops 

Telephone answering service 

Window display service. 

Other business services, n.e.c 



Automobile Repair Services, Garages 

Total... _ 

Automobile repair - 

General automobile repair shops 

Battery, ignition repair and service, 

Glass replacement, repair 

Paint shops 

Radiator repair shops 

Tire repair shops 

Top and body repair 

Automribile repair, n.e.c 

Brake repair shops 

Wheel, axle, spring repair shops 

Other automobile repair shops, n.e.c 

Automobile storage, parking 

Parking structiu-es, storage garages 

Parking lots 

Automobile, truck rentals (without drivers) 

Automobile services (except repair) 

Automobile laundries 

Automobile services, n.e.c 



Establishments 



Total 

(Number) 



2t350 

1.077 

550 

517 

10 

38 

97 

181 

m9 

32 

3 

615 

172 

372 

100 

7 

136 

1 16 

20 

252 

206 

IN4I 

(NAI 



eta 

54 
32 



With 
payroll 



6 

207 

28 

16 

133 

U21 

5 

6 

25 

27 

1 1 

35 



62a 
50« 
292 



954 

437 

214 

217 

6 

34 

35 

40 

35 

2 

3 

243 

132 

118 

14 

5 

106 

94 

12 

136 

106 

75 

31 



298 
24 
15 

5 

3 
38 
17 

1 
14 

6 
57 
18 
14 
25 
141 



Receipts 



310 

244 
134 



15 

6 

15 

41 

25 

8 

4 

13 

43 

4 

39 

10 

13 

10 

3 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



39.251 

9.043 

3.980 

4.914 

149 

3.452 

1 .694 

1 .314 

1 .145 

(D) 

(D) 

12.252 

4.072 

3.762 

310 

49 

8. 131 

7.465 

556 

10.476 

7.113 

(N4 1 

(NA) 

(D) 

2.474 

(Dl 

408 

1 .020 

(D) 

159 

56 

(01 

574 



31 .895 

7.401 

5.043 

(Dl 

(D) 

1 .853 

582 

(D) 

1 .018 

(D) 

4.614 

1 .703 

523 

2.288 

15.645 

(0) 

(D) 

364 

31 1 

1 .038 

412 

372 

459 

1 1 .300 



16.604 

12.925 

7.338 

326 

1 15 

581 

309 

1 . 1 00 

1 .BC5 

1.351 

518 

154 

679 

I .759 

(D) 

(D) 

1 .322 

598 

423 

175 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroU 
($1,000) 



32.345 

6.503 

2.555 

3.834 

1 13 

3.328 

1 .374 

724 

614 

ID) 

(D) 

10.104 

(D) 

2.052 

(D) 

(0) 

7.885 

7.297 

588 

9.604 

5.337 

5.777 

560 

(D) 

2.474 

(Dl 

312 

708 

(Dl 

(Dl 

(Dl 

452 



28.281 

7.067 

4.791 

(Dl 

(Dl 

1 .737 

584 

(Dl 

744 

(D) 

3.952 

1 .641 

453 

1 .858 

13.521 

(D) 

730 
(D) 
1 .008 
252 
350 
(Dl 
10.398 



13.708 
10.483 

5.758 
(D) 
113 
489 
(D) 
855 

1 .647 

1 .067 
(Dl 
(D) 
469 

1 .475 
(D) 
(D) 

1 .288 

462 

405 

57 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



13.479 

2.862 

1 .169 

1 .640 

53 

881 

433 

194 

173 

(Dl 

(D) 

4.356 

(D) 

473 

(D) 

(D) 

3.836 

3.672 

154 

4.539 

2.989 

2.875 

1 14 

(D) 

1 .241 

(Dl 

115 

214 

(Dl 

(Dl 

(Dl 

142 



10.504 

1 .055 

362 

(Dl 

(Dl 

945 

335 

(Dl 

270 

(D) 

2.342 

920 

251 

1.171 

5.338 

(Dl 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(DoUan) 



453 
(Dl 
295 
60 
152 
(Dl 
.218 



3.756 

2.671 

1 .456 

(D) 

22 

183 

(D) 

143 

547 

357 

158 

19 

170 

394 

(D) 

(D) 

31 1 

190 

175 

15 



Full 
workweek 

(Dollars) 



255.024 

60.518 

26.197 

33.230 

1 .091 

17.324 

9.713 

3.952 

3.323 

(Dl 

(D) 

84.289 

(D) 

9,233 

(D) 

(D) 

74.021 

70.570 

3.451 

85.825 

59.245 

57.31 1 

1 .934 

(D) 

20.991 

(Dl 

1 .845 

4.402 

(01 

(Dl 

iDl 

2.946 



205.219 

19.395 

6.917 

(Dl 

(Dl 

20.402 

7.51 1 

(Dl 

5.757 

(D) 

47.735 

18.480 

5.062 

24.193 

100.287 

(Dl 

10.740 

(Dl 

5.291 

1 .278 

2.719 

(Dl 

77.298 



73.605 
56.519 
29.026 

(D) 

425 
3.618 

(0) 

2.756 

10.858 

5.724 

3.1 73 

351 
3.200 
7.219 

(D) 

(D) 
6.033 
3.834 
3.498 

336 



Paid employees, 
workweeK ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Number) 



247.350 

56.104 

24.450 

30.574 

1 .080 

16.517 

9.295 

3.573 

2.976 

(D) 

(D) 

77.630 

(D) 

8.099 

(D) 

(D) 

58.721 

65.793 

2.928 

80.353 

54.043 

52.492 

1 .551 

(D) 

20.855 

(D) 

1 .71 1 

3.878 

(Dl 

101 

(Dl 

2.542 



194.848 

17.558 

5.917 

(01 

(Dl 

19.664 

5.751 

(Dl 

3.806 

(d) 

47.072 
18.351 
4.959 
23.742 
95.998 
(Dl 

9.431 

(Dl 

5.291 

1 .143 

2.707 

(Dl 

74.495 



69.855 
54.652 
27.874 

(d) 

425 
3.602 

(D) 

2.731 

10.572 

6.478 

3.059 

351 
3.058 
6.327 

(D) 

(D) 
5.704 
3.172 
2.836 

336 



4.542 

1 .058 

404 

537 

17 

204 

148 

78 

52 

(Dl 

(d) 

1 .338 

(D) 

195 

(D) 

(D) 

1.118 

1.055 

62 

1 .632 

1.175 

1 .121 

54 

(D) 

345 

(Dl 

46 

84 

(Dl 

(0) 

(D) 

57 



3.004 
210 
49 
(01 
(Dl 
297 
159 
(Dl 
302 

(d) 

703 
198 
75 
430 
1 .273 
(Dl 

231 

(Dl 
92 
18 
58 
(Dl 
822 



FuU 

workweek 



.019 

705 

389 

(D) 

5 

42 

(D) 

33 

125 

71 

25 

4 

42 

158 

(D) 

(D) 

67 

89 

85 



3.908 

911 

345 

550 

16 

179 

126 

52 

48 

(Dl 

(D) 

1.129 

(Dl 

145 

(D) 

(D) 

959 

925 

44 

1 .439 

993 

958 

35 

(D) 

341 

(Dl 

40 

62 

(Dl 

(D) 

(D) 

40 



2.423 
175 

49 
(Dl 
(D) 
271 
119 
(Dl 

58 
(D) 
652 
194 

72 

396 

1 .085 

(D) 

143 
(Dl 
92 
14 
57 
(0) 
728 



845 
535 
343 
(C) 
5 

41 
(D) 

32 
1 14 

55 

23 
4 

39 

97 
(D) 
(D) 

59 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 

busi- 
nesses 
only) 
(Number) 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. 
' Includes plant-owned outlets. 



(NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not. elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $600. 



Represents zero. 



CALIFORNIA 



5-27 



Table 104. SELECTED SERVICES; 1954 — COUNTIES WITH 200 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE ■ 
Establishments, Receipts, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



■ Continued 



County and kind of business 



ALAMEDA COUNTY— Con. 
Miscellaneous Repair Serrices 



Total 

Watch, clock, jewelry repair 

Upholster>', furniture repair 

Electrical repair shops 

Radio, television repair shops 

Reirigerator service, repair shops. 

Other electrical repair shops, n.e.c 

Blacksmith shops — 

Aliscellaneous repair shops 

Armature reminding, electric motor repair and rebuilding 

Bicycle repair shops 

Leather goods repair shops 

Locksmith, gunsmith shops 

Musical instrument repair 

Repair shops, n.e.c 

LawTimower, saw, knife, tool sharpening and repair shops.. 

Typewriter repair shops 

Welding repair shops. 

Other repair shops, n.e.c 

Amusemeoc, RecreatioD Services (inc. Modoo Pictures) 

Total 

Motion picture theaters 

Motion picture theaters (except drive-in) _ 

Drive-in motion picture theaters 

Motion pictxire production, distribution, services 

Motion picture production — 

Motion picture production other than for television 

Motion picture production for television 

Motion picture distribution 

Motion picture film exchanges other than for television — 

Motion picture film exchanges for television 

Ser\'ices aUied to motion picture distribution 

Sen'ices allied to motion picture production.. 

BiUiard and pool parlors, bowling alleys — 

Billiard , pool parlors — 

Bowling alleys 

Race track operation (including racing stables) 

Automobile 



Dog. 

Horse (including racing stables) 

Sports promoters, commercial operators 

Baseball, football, athletic fields, sports promoters 

Baseball clubs 

Football clubs. 

Other sports clubs, promoters 

Bathing beaches 

Golf courses 

Riding academies.. 

Skating rinks.. 

Swimming pools — 

Commercial sports operators, n.e.c 

Boat, canoe rentals 

Other commercial sports operators, n.e.c 

Theatrical presentations and services 

Bands, orchestras, entertainers 

Dance halls, studios, schools (exc. children's, professional) - 

Membership golf, country clubs 

Amusement, recreation services, n.e.c 

Amusement parks, devices, shooting galleries 

Carnivals, circuses 

Coin-operated amusement device establishments — 

Other amusement, recreation services, n.e.c 



Establishments 



Total 
(Numtjer) 



Hotels, Motels, Tourist Courts, Camps 



732 
63 

1 la 

197 

127 

32 

38 



293 

15 



21 
250 



375 
62 
57 

5 



1 12 
1 1 

7 



223 

1 12 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NAl 

INAI 

111 

10« 

6U 

HO 



With 
payroll 



212 

11 
10 
59 
37 

10 
12 
2 
100 
13 



221 

58 

53 

5 

3 



127 
80 
79 
61 



Receipts 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,0001 



I616O6 

551 

1 16OU 

3|35« 

2i250 

572 

532 

73 

11i02« 

lt86« 

71 

168 
125 
8i793 
2C1 
(D) 
360 
(D) 



21.108 

9,066 

8l119 

9U7 

(D 



(D) 

1.786 

2«9 

1.537 

IDl 

(Dl 

• • • 

101 

1.090 

352 

(D) 

(i>') 

189 

61 

324 

29 

135 

(D) 

(D) 

120 

"185 

1 .391 

2.031 

1.84a 

132 

159 

1 .068 

485 



Total 

Hotels -- 

Year-roimd 

25 or more guest rooms 

Less than 25 guest rooms 

Seasonal.. 

Motels, tourist courts, camps 

Motels, tourist courts, trailer parks 

Motels, tourist courts 

Trailer parks 

Sporting, recreational camps 

Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclostire. (NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $500. 



8.570 

6.650 

(NAl 

(N4 1 

(IMA) 

(NAI 

1.920 

1 .756 

1 .365 

391 

164 



12.956 

(D) 

1 .040 

2.254 

1 .506 

394 

354 

(Dl 

9.318 

(Dl 



(01 

65 

7.367 

189 

61 

216 

6.901 



19.874 

9.022 

8.075 

947 

(Dl 



(01 
(Dl 



(01 
1 .654 

1 17 
1 .537 

(0) 

(0) 

(Dl 
994 
352 

(Dl 

(D) 

189 

61 

(01 

(Dl 

(Dl 

(D) 

(0) 

(D) 

431 

1 .203 

2.031 

1 .196 

100 

(01 

710 

(D) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



7.708 

6.298 
(D) 

5.794 
(D) 
(01 

1 .410 
(D) 

I .185 
(D) 
(01 



5.226 
(D) 
286 
629 
455 
97 
77 
(Dl 

4.217 
(D) 



(Dl 
20 

3.521 
42 
12 
77 

3.390 



5.651 

1 .999 

1 .841 

158 

(D) 



(Dl 
(Dl 



(Dl 
605 
22 
583 
(Dl 
(Dl 

(Dl 
442 
266 

(D) 

(D*) 

48 
14 
94 
(01 
(01 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(D) 
200 
473 
782 
286 
22 
(D) 
155 
(D) 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

( Dollars 1 



153.011 

(D) 

6.224 

13.410 

9.883 

1 .876 

1 .651 

(01 

131 .436 

(D) 



(01 
429 

1 16.686 

903 

238 

1 .486 

1 14.059 



175.543 

33.670 

35.605 

3.065 

(D) 



(Dl 
(Dl 



IDI 
1 1 .362 

250 
11.112 

101 

(01 

(Dl 
4.683 
1 .044 

(Dl 

(D) 

944 
386 

2.183 
(Dl 
(01 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(D) 

4.390 

9.972 
13.594 

5.512 
300 
(Dl 

3.713 
(D) 



2.678 
2.445 
(D) 
2.296 
(0) 
(01 
233 
(D) 
186 
(D) 
(01 



41 .740 

37.089 

(D) 

34.270 

(D) 

(0) 

4.651 

(D) 

3.750 

(D) 

(Dl 



Full 
workweek 



(Dollars) 



139.989 

(D) 

5.723 

12.313 

9.227 

1.634 

1 .452 

(Dl 

120.049 

(D) 



(D) 
370 

105.385 

863 

238 

1 .414 

102.870 



154.572 

35.247 

32.719 

2.523 

(D) 



(Dl 
(01 



(Dl 
8.546 

241 
8.305 

(Dl 

(Dl 

(01 

3.557 

777 

(01 

(D) 

822 
226 

1 .618 
(D) 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(D) 

2.407 

7.652 
1 1 .867 

4.801 
250 
(Dl 

3.457 
(D) 



59.187 

34.927 

(D) 

32.313 

(d) 

(01 
4. 260 

(D) 
3.489 

(d) 

(D) 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Numlwr) 



1.739 

(D) 

84 

180 

123 

24 

33 

(01 

1 .452 

(d) 



2.888 

859 

787 

72 

(D) 



(Dl 
(Dl 



(Dl 
240 
9 
231 
(Dl 
(Dl 

(01 
1 1 1 



(D) 

14 
9 

53 
(Dl 
(01 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(D) 
204 
275 
306 
102 

10 
(Dl 

48 
(D) 



931 
806 
(D) 
754 
(D) 
(Dl 
125 
(D) 
109 
(D) 
(Dl 



FuU 
workweek 



1 .497 

(D) 

71 

149 

103 

20 

26 

(Dl 

1 .255 

(D) 



(Dl 
3 
1 .094 
12 
4 
15 
1 .063 



1 .949 

654 

611 

43 

(D) 



(Dl 
(01 



(Dl 
154 
7 
147 
(Dl 
(Dl 

(01 
58 



(D) 

1 1 
5 

27 
(01 
(01 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(D) 

41 
187 
198 

74 

9 

(D) 

42 
(D) 



804 
700 
(D) 
653 
(C) 
(01 
104 
(D) 
93 
(D) 
(01 



Proprie- 
tors (im- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 
nesses 
only) 

(Numberl 



785 
(D) 
130 
207 
138 
33 
36 
(Dl 
372 
(D) 



(D) 

28 
(D) 



352 
26 

21 

5 

(D) 



101 
(Dl 



(Dl 
50 
36 
14 
(Dl 
(01 

(01 

54 

9 

(Dl 

(r>*) 



(01 

(01 

(Dl 

(01 

(D) 

57 

18 

1 

123 

9 

(01 

49 

(D) 



215 

96 

(NAI 

(NAI 

(NAI 

(NAI 

119 

(D) 

70 

(D) 

(01 



Represents zero. 



5-28 



SELECTED SERVICES —AREA STATISTICS 



Table 104, SELECTED SERVICES: 1954 — COUNTffiS WITH 200 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE — Continued 
Establishments, Receipts, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



County and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total 
(Number) 



With 
payroll 



Receipts 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
(Sl.OOO) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Dollars) 



FuU 
workweek 

(DoUarB) 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Number) 



FuU 
workweek 



Proprie- 
tors {un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 
nesses 
only) 
(Number) 



BUTTE COUNTY 



Selected services, loial _ 



Personal services, total 

Bart>er shops 

Beauty shops 

Funeral service, crematories 

Photographic studios (inclutiing commercial photography). 

Shoe repair shops 

Pressing, alteration, garment repair (except fur) 

Cleaning, dyeing plants (except rug cleaning)^ 

Power laundries, self-service laundries 

Power laundries ' 

Self-service laundries 

Other personal services... 



Busiuess services (exc. accooatiog, autUtiag, bookkeeping), total.. 



Automobile repair services, garages, total. 
Automobile repair 

General automobile repair shops 

Other automobile repair shops 

Automobile parking, other services 

Automobile storage, parking 

Other automobile services 



Miscellaneous repair services, total. 

Watch, clock, jewelry repair 

Upholstery, furniture repair 

Radio, television repair shops 

Other repair services 



Amusement, recreation services (inc. motion pictures), total. 

Motion picture theaters 

Motion picture production, distribution, services 

Billiard and pool parlors, bowling alleys 

Other amusement, recreation services 



Hotels, motels, tourist courts, camps, total 

Hotels 

Motels, tourist courts, trailer parks, camps. 



CONTRA COSTA COUNTY 



Seleaed services, total . 



Personal services, total 

Barber shops 

Beauty shops 

Funeral service, crematories 

Photographic studios (including conunercial photography). 

Shoe repair shops 

Pressing, alteration, garment repair (except fur) 

Cleaning, dyeing plants (except rug cleaning)' 

Power laundries, self-service laundries 

Power laundries ' 

Self-service laundries 

Other peisonal services.. 



Business services (exc. accounting, auditing, bookkeeping), total 



Automobile repair services, garages, total. 
Automobile repair 

General automobile repair shops 

Other automobile repair shops 

Automobile parking, other services 

Automobile storage, parking. 

Other automobile services 



Miscellaneous repair services, total. 

Watch, clock, jewelry repair 

Upholstery, furniture repair 

Radio, television repair shops 

Other repair services 



Amusement, recreation services (iot:. motion pictures), total. 

Motion picture theaters 

Motion picture production, distribution, services 

Billiard and pool parlors, bowling alleys 

Other amusement, recreation services 



Hotels, motels, tourist courts, camps, total 

Hotels 

Motels, tourist courts, trailer parks, camps. 



1« 

(NA) 
(NA) 



608 
167 
13U 
16 
32 
65 
79 

nn 

M3 
(NA) 
(NA) 

28 

173 

18) 
)73 
)07 



217 
18 



52 



139 
27 



100 
37 



582 

262 

83 
50 
12 
16 
3 
23 
"to 
27 
21 



61612 

2< 1 18 

217 

215 

378 

71 

112 

79 

10) 

156 

(NA) 

(NAl 

126 

503 

909 
901 
575 
326 



618 
(01 
(D) 
101 
192 

1 .21 1 

871 

(Dl 

62 

Id) 

1 |253 

1 .036 
217 



8«111 

1 .289 

1 .065 

972 

130 

301 

865 

1 .635 

1 .525 

(NA) 

(NA) 

356 

2.909 

3.293 

(D) 
1.851 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

1.562 

60 

173 

521 

3.505 

5i751 
2.792 

536 
2.126 

1 .721 
783 
938 



1 .768 
179 
169 
(D) 
(Dl 
(D) 
(0) 
101 
118 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

315 

593 
(D) 
355 
(D) 
(01 



(D) 
(D) 
398 

1 .127 
871 

(□) 
(D) 

1 .199 

1 .008 
191 



21 


.131 


6 


.695 




979 




789 




791 




336 




36 




199 


1 


.591 


1 


.389 


1 


.287 




102 




282 


2 


.359 


2 


.257 




(D) 


1 


288 




(D) 




(0) 



21 1 

2 SI 

3.033 

5.220 
2.792 

166 
1 .962 

1 .355 

681 

671 



70 
11 
(0) 
(D) 
(D) 
157 
211 
(D) 
(Dl 
38 



11 1 
(D) 
63 
(D) 
(D) 

(Dl 

131 

(D) 
(D) 
1 19 

276 
183 

(D) 
(D) 

165 

128 

37 



7.871 

2.336 

113 
297 
118 

61 
5 

86 
625 
607 
581 

23 

91 

786 

512 
(D) 
271 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 

2.368 

6 

52 

92 

2.218 

1 .511 
612 

181 
718 

328 
220 
108 



30.761 

12.765 

1 .791 

1 .170 

1 .136 

(D) 

(D) 

(d: 

2.913 

1.365 

(D) 

(D) 

716 

1 .273 

2.278 
(D) 

1 .351 
(D) 
(Dl 

(D) 

2.313 

(0) 

(D) 

2.178 

1.595 
3.596 

(0) 
(D) 

7.510 
6.989 



153.962 

11.251 

7.530 

5.657 

2.799 

1 .363 

89 

1 .865 

1 1 .311 

1 1 .917 

1 1 .371 

573 

1 .557 

17.869 

9.692 
(D) 

5.353 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 

15.537 

110 

935 

2.1 58 

12.301 

30.551 
12.222 

1.571 
13.851 

5.959 
1.056 
1 .903 



27.127 

1 1.239 

1 .192 

1 .128 

1.116 

(D) 

(0) 

(0) 

2.658 

3.511 

(D) 

(D) 

633 

1 .101 

2.200 

(d; 

1 .331 

(D) 
(0) 

(D) 



(D) 

(0) 

1 .800 

3.789 
3.215 

(D) 
(d) 

7.166 

6.537 

529 



135.268 

10.736 

7.299 

5.020 

2.697 

1 .056 

89 

1 .700 

10.172 

10.977 

10.150 

527 

1 .125 

15.237 

9.1 17 

(d) 

1.918 

(d) 

(0) 
(0) 

37.815 

125 

929 

2.005 

31.757 

26.911 
10.666 

3.778 
12.197 

5.121 
3.787 
1 .631 



575 

279 
32 

3| 

11 
(D) 
(D) 
(0) 

69 
1 12 
(D) 
(D) 

11 

25 

12 
(D) 

25 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 



(01 
(D) 



112 
106 

(Dl 
(D) 

153 

112 

1 1 



819 

1 13 

1 18 

50 

26 

2 

11 

192 

219 

235 

11 

28 

281 

151 

fD) 

75 

(d) 

(0) 

(Dl 

151 

2 

11 

31 

117 

718 
323 

131 
261 

135 
82 
53 



28 

13 

(01 

(D) 

(0) 

57 

82 

(D) 

(0) 

11 



35 
(D) 

21 
(D) 
(Dl 



(D) 
(D) 
25 



(D) 
(D) 

125 

116 

10 



580 

98 

93 

12 

18 

2 

35 

151 

210 

198 

12 

21 

195 

130 
(D) 
59 
(D) 
(0) 

(01 

359 

1 

13 



521 
239 

101 
181 

1 12 
72 

10 



Standard Notes; (D) Withheld to avoid discloatu^. (NA) Not available. 
' Includes plant-owned outlets. 



n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not apphcable. ( Z ) Less than $500. 



. . Represents zero. 



CALIFORNIA 



5-29 



Table 104. SELECTED SERVICES; 1954 — COUNTIES WITH 200 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE — Continued 
Establishments, Receipts, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



County and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total 
(Number) 



With 
payroll 



Receipts 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(DoUani) 



Full 
workweek 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Number) 



Full 
workweek 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 
nesses 
only) 
(Number) 



EL DORADO COUNTY 
Seleaed services, total 

Personal services, total 

Barber shops -- 

Beauty shops 

Funeral service, crematories 

Photographic studios (including commercial photography) . . 

Shoe repair shops.. 

Pressing, alteration, garment repair (except fur) 

Cleaning, dyeing plants (except rug cleaning)' 

Power laundries, self-service laundries 

Power laundries ' 

Self-service laundries 

Other personal services 

Busioess services (exc accouadog, auditing, bookkeeping), total 

Automobile repair services, garages, total 

Automobile repair 

(jeneral automobile repair shops 

Other automobile repair shops 

Automobile parking, other services 

Automobile storage, parking 

Other automobile services. 

Miscellaneous repair services, total 

Watch, clock, jewelry repair 

Upholstery, furniture repair 

Radio, television repair shops 

Other repair services 

Amusement, recreadon services (inc. modon pictures), total 

Motion picture theaters 

Motion picture production, distribution, services 

Billiard and pool parlors, bowling alleys 

Other amusement, recreation services 

Hotels, motels, tourist <x>iirts, camps, total 

Hotels 

Motels, tourist courts, trailer parks, camps 



FRESNO COUNTY (See Fresno Standard 
Metropolitan Area, Table 103. ) 

HUMBOLDT COUNTY 
Selected services, total 



Personal services, total 

Barber shops 

Beauty shops 

Funeral service, crematories 

Photographic studios (including commercial photography). 

Shoe repair shops 

Pressing, alteration, garment repair (except fur) 

Cleaning, dyeing plants (except rug cleaning)' 

Power laundries, self-service laundries 

Power laundries ' 

Self-service laundries 

Other personal services 



Business services (exc. accoundng, auditing, bookkeeping), total 

Automobile repair services, garages, total 

-Automobile repair 

General automobile repair shops 

Other automobile repair shops 

Automobile parking, other services 

Automobile storage, parking 

Other automobUe services 



Miscellaneous repair services, total. 

Watch, clock, jewelry repair 

Upholstery, furniture repair 

Ratiio, television repair shops 

Other repair services 



Amusement, recreation services (inc. modon pictures), total. 

Motion picture theaters 

Motion picture production, distribution, services 

Billiard and pool parlors, bowling alleys , 

CHher amusement, recreation services 



Hotels, motels, tourist courts, camps, total 

Hotels... 

Motels, tourist courts, trailer parks, camps. 



(NA) 
(NA) 



146 
27 



502 
58 
29 

(Dl 

(0) 
30 
41 
61 

(D) 
(NAl 
(NAl 



319 
(D) 
146 
(D) 
(01 

(D) 

218 
(01 
(01 
SB 
1«6 

390 
29 « 

(01 
(D) 

1 l667 
762 
905 



12.708 

2i750 
385 
195 
276 
132 
120 

(d) 

593 

616 

577 

39 

(□I 

1.307 

2.315 
2.231 
1 .165 
1.066 
8U 
(0) 

(d) 



75 

56 

1 . 105 

1 .6U1 
1 .142 

113 
386 

3.459 
1 .698 
1 .761 



412 
40 
(Dl 
(0) 
(0) 
(D) 
ID) 
61 
(0) 
(Dl 



167 
167 
(D) 
(D) 



(D) 
204 

(01 
70 

1 .325 
(Dl 
(D) 



10.740 

2.450 
277 
151 
275 
126 

66 
(D) 
593 
516 
577 

39 
(0) 

1.117 

1 .781 
(D) 
(D) 
898 
(D) 
(Dl 
(01 

a62 

(0) 
(0) 
(D) 

1.601 
1.142 

(0) 
(D) 

2.929 
1 .663 
1 .261 



125 

20 
9 
(0) 
(01 
(Dl 
(0) 

15 
(01 
(Dl 



20 

20 

(D) 

(Dl 



(0) 
(D) 



(01 
24 

394 
255 
129 



995 

145 

41 

43 

30 

13 

(01 

251 

312 

301 

1 1 

(D) 

462 

398 
(D) 
(D) 
199 
(Dl 
(01 
(Dl 



(Dl 
(Dl 
(D) 

316 
211 

23 

82 

HI 1 
613 
198 



2.430 
325 
93 
(0) 
(01 
(01 
(01 
284 
(01 
(01 



(0) 

380 
380 
(D) 
(Dl 



(D) 
573 

(Dl 

715 

4.451 
1 .557 
2.894 



59,390 

17.940 

2.404 

1 .044 

773 

598 

279 

(01 

4.468 

5.727 

5.542 

85 

(D) 

9.295 

8.835 
(D) 
(D) 

4.789 
(D) 
(01 
(0) 

4.333 

(D) 
ID) 
(D) 

5.906 
3.758 

582 
1 .566 

13.080 

10.055 

3.025 



2.083 
326 
71 
(01 
(Dl 
(0) 
(Dl 
234 
(Dl 
(D) 



(0) 

380 
380 
(D) 
(0) 



(D) 

380 

(0) 
715 

4.179 
1 .384 
2.795 



53.503 

15.675 

2.392 

961 

768 

463 

279 

(Dl 

4.417 

3.844 

3.783 

61 

(01 

8.914 

8.515 
(D) 

(d) 

4.589 
(01 
(Dl 
(01 

4.286 

(D) 
(01 
(D) 

4.938 
3.609 

21 1 
1.118 

11.275 
8.863 
2.412 



(01 
(01 
(01 
(01 
7 
(01 
(D) 



5 
(D) 
(0) 



(D) 
20 

(D) 

7 

112 
32 

80 



320 
26 
20 
10 
12 
4 

(Dl 
76 

125 

121 



124 

1 1 1 
(D) 
(D) 
56 
(01 
(01 
(01 

52 

(Dl 
(01 
(D) 

193 
124 

27 
42 

290 
206 



36 

5 

1 

(01 

(0) 

(0) 

(0) 

5 

(0) 

(01 



5 
(D) 
(01 



(01 
(D) 



(D) 

7 

97 
26 

71 



245 
25 
16 



(Dl 
73 
67 
55 
2 

(01 



98 
(D) 
(D) 

48 
(01 
(0) 
(01 



(0) 
(0) 

(d) 

145 
1 15 



230 
176 
54 



(0) 

(D) 

(01 

(01 

4 

(01 

(NAl 

(NAl 



26 
(D) 

1 1 
(01 
(D) 

I'd] 

(0) 
(D) 

(rO 

10 
(01 

(D) 



1 1 

(01 

15 

13 

9 



63 

100 
(D) 
(D) 
38 
(01 
(D) 
(01 

82 

(01 
(01 
(D) 



12 
23 

167 

29 

138 



Standard Notes: ( D ) Withheld to avoid disclosure. 
' Includes olant-owned nutlets. 



(NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $500. 



Represents zero. 



5-30 



SELECTED SERVICES -AREA STATISTICS 



Table 104. SELECTED SERVICES: 1954 — COUNTIES WITH 200 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE — Continued 
Establishments, Receipts, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



County and kind of busine! 



Establishments 



Total 

(Number) 



With 
payroll 



Receipts 



Total, all 
estabbsh- 

ments 

($1,0001 



EstabUsh- 

ments with 

payroll 

($1,0001 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(DoUara) 



Full 

workweek 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Number) 



Full 
workweek 



IMPERIAL COUNTY 



Selected services, total . 



Personal services, total 

Barber shops 

Beauty shops 

Funeral service, crematories 

Photographic studios (including commercial photography). 

Shoe repair shops. 

Pressing, alteration, garment repair (except fur) — __ 

Cleaning, dyeing plants (except rug cleaning)' 

Power laundries, self-service laundries 

Power laundries ' 

Self-service laundries 

Other personal services 



Business services (exc. accounting, auditing, bookkeeping), total. 

Automobile repair services, garages, total 

Automobile repair 

General automobile repair shops 

Other automobile repair shops 

Automobile parking, other services 

Automobile storage, parking 

Other automobile services 



Miscellaneous repair services, total. 

Watch, clock, jewelry repair 

Upholstery, fumitiu-e repair 

Radio, television repair shops — 
Other repair services 



Amusement, recreation services (inc. motion pictures), total. 

Motion picture theaters. 

Motion picture production, distribution, services 

Billiard and pool parlors, bowling alleys 

Other amusement, recreation services 



Hotels, motels, tourist couns, canaps, total 

Hoteb 

Motels, tourist courts, trailer parks, camps. 



KERN COUNTY 
Seleaed services, total 



Personal services, total 

Barber shops 

Beauty shops 

Ftmeral service, crematories 

Photographic studios (including commercial photography). 

Shoe repair shops 

Pressing, alteration, garment repair (except fur) 

Cleaning, dyeing plants (except rug cleaning)' 

Power laundries, self-service laimdries 

Power laundries ' 

Self-service laundries 

Other personal services 



Business services (exc. accounting, audiring, bookkeeping), total. 

Aulomobi te repair services, garages, total 

Automobile repair 

General automobile repair shops 

Other automobile repair shops 

Automobile parking, other services 

Automobile storage, parking 

Other automobile services 



Miscellaneous repair services, total. 

Watch, clock, jewehy repair 

Upholstery, furniture repair 

Radio, television repair shops 

Other repair services 



Amusement, recreation services (inc. motion pictures), total. 

Motion picture theaters 

Motion picture production, distribution, services 

Billiard and pool parlors, bowling alleys 

Other amusement, recreation services . 



Hotels, motels, tourist courts, camps, total 

Hotels 

Motels, tourist courts, trailer parks, camps - 



320 

98 

32 

20 

2 

10 

5 

8 

9 

8 

INA) 

(NA) 



370 

1 19 

92 

13 

16 

23 

25 

30 

19 

(NA) 

(NA) 

31 

158 

210 

195 

127 

68 

15 

2 

13 

236 
16 
30 
19 

171 

126 

34 

1 

12 

79 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. 
' Includes plant-owned outlets. 



108 
314 

7U 

(NA) Not available. 



6"48 

208 

53 

52 

13 

8 

5 

17 

28 

17 

1 1 

6 

15 



120 

109 

63 

"♦6 

1 1 

2 



8i416 

1 i716 

217 

230 

(D) 

99 

25 

«1 

253 

372 

(NA) 

(NA) 

ID) 

390 

1|154 
(D) 
578 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 



63 
850 

2t029 
1 .425 

59 
545 

2| 168 
1|045 
1 (123 



7i 105 
972 
947 
553 
387 
205 
276 

2.076 

814 

(NA) 

(NA) 

775 

4.495 

5.953 
5.559 
3.647 
1 .912 

404 
(D) 
(D) 

4.804 

83 

283 

332 

4.106 

5.838 

2.791 

(0) 

(D) 

2.613 

5.254 
2.899 
2.355 



7.572 

1 .496 
217 
222 
(0) 
47 
(0) 
(D) 
263 
(0) 
344 
(□) 
(□) 

326 

984 
(D) 
422 
(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

771 

(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

1 .979 
1 .425 

59 
495 

2.016 

955 

1 .051 



29.312 

5.358 
714 
809 
553 
271 
72 
242 
(D) 
(D) 
716 
(D) 
729 

3.927 

5.183 

4.789 

3.073 

1 .716 

394 

(D) 

(D) 

3.414 

(D) 

97 

262 

(D) 

5.450 
10) 
(D) 
(D) 

2.345 

4.980 
2.813 
2.157 



85 
(D) 

1 1 
(0) 
(D) 

96 
163 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

120 

237 
(D) 
93 
(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

186 

(D) 
(□) 
(D) 

436 
298 

17 
121 

559 
329 

240 



8.954 

2.495 

284 

310 

103 

52 

17 

51 

1 .045 

373 

355 

17 

261 

1.075 

1.490 
1.328 
913 
415 
152 
(D) 
(D) 

962 

(0) 
21 
70 

(D) 

1 .363 

51 1 
(Dl 
(d) 
7)5 

1.568 
972 
596 



41 .601 

1 1 .459 

1.558 

1 .601 

(□) 

283 

(D) 

ID) 

2.554 

3.053 

(P) 
(D) 
(D) 

2.449 

4.273 
tD) 

1 .548 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 



(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

8.983 
5.618 

299 
3.066 

10.481 
5.907 
4.574 



176.445 

48.897 
5.549 
5.533 
1 .770 
1.136 
382 
) .079 

20.803 

7.548 

7.238 

310 

4.997 

22.153 

28.625 

26.000 

18.051 

7.949 

2.626 

(D) 

(d) 

)8.532 

(13) 

282 

1 .277 

(B) 

25.392 

10.513 

(D) 

(D) 

12.188 

31 .835 
20.028 
1 1 .807 



38.688 

10.958 

1 .553 

1 .527 

(D) 

253 

(D) 

(D) 

2.503 

2.931 

(D) 

(0) 

(0) 

2.425 

4.199 
(D) 

1.534 
(D) 
(D) 

(D) 



(D) 
ID) 
(D) 

7.478 
5.160 

156 
2.162 

9.985 
5.800 
4.185 



165.172 

47.1 16 

5.358 

5.251 

1 .707 

995 

325 

977 

20.496 

7.244 

6.974 

270 

4.742 

21 .748 

26.931 

24.833 

17.283 

7.550 

2.098 

ID) 

(D) 

18.098 

ID) 

242 

1 .188 

(D) 

21 .775 

9.057 

ID) 

(D) 

9.677 

30.504 
19.339 
1 1 .155 



890 

217 
30 
25 

ID) 
5 
ID) 
ID) 
45 
75 
(D) 
ID) 
(D) 

31 

57 
(D) 

25 
(D) 

(Dl 

(D) 



(D) 
(D) 
(d) 

246 
171 

25 

50 

282 
155 

1 17 



907 

91 

11 1 

30 

19 

7 

24 

374 

150 

151 

9 

91 

294 

433 
351 
253 
108 
72 
(D) 
(D) 

229 

(D) 

6 

19 

(D) 

552 
242 
ID) 
(D) 
295 

670 
420 
250 



198 
26 
23 

ID) 
4 
ID) 
ID) 
44 
68 
(D) 
ID) 
ID) 



53 

(D) 

24 

(d) 

ID) 



ID) 
ID) 
(D) 

182 
134 

5 
43 

253 
155 
97 



97 

28 

15 

5 

20 

355 

147 

139 

8 

80 



371 
325 
232 
94 
45 
ID) 
(D) 

212 

(D) 

5 

15 

(d) 

422 
170 
ID) 

(d) 

190 

603 
385 
218 



n.e.c. Not elsewhere classieed. XXX Not applicable. ( Z ) Less than $500. 



Represents zero. 



CALIFORNIA 



5-31 



Table 104. SELECTED SERVICES: 1954 — COUNTIES WITH 200 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE — Continued 
Establishments, Receipts, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



County and kind of business 



KINGS COUNTY 



Seleaed serrices, tool . 



Pefson&l serrices, toi«I - 

Barber shops 

Beauty stiops ---- - -- --- 

Funeral service, crematories - 

Photographic studios (including commercial photography) . 

Shoe repair shops - - — 

Pressing, alteration, garment repair (except fur) 

Cleaning, dyeing plants (except rug cleaning)' 

Power laundries, self-service laundries 

Power laundries ' 

Self-ser\ice laundries 

Other personal services 



BusJDCss serrices (exc accouodog, audidog, bookkeeping), local.. 



Automobile repair senrices, garages, total. 
Automobile repair 

General automobile repair shops 

Other automobile repair shops 

Automobile parking, other services 

Automobile storage, parking — 

Other automobile services 



Miscellaoeous repair services, total- 
Watch, clock, jewelry repair 

Upholstery, furniture repair 

Radio, television repair shops — 
Other repair services 



Amosemeoi, recreadoo services (iactnodoo pictures), total. 

Motion picture theaters — — ^ 

Motion picture production, distribution, services 

Billiard and pool parlors, bowling alleys -. 

Other amusement, recreation services. 



Hotels, motels, tourist courts, camps, total 

Hotels.- - 

Motels, tourist courts, trailer parks, camps. 



Establishments 



Total 
(Number) 



LAKE COUNTY 



Seleaed services, total . 



Personal services, total 

Barber shops 

Beauty shops 

Funeral service, crematories . 

Photographic studios (including coitimercial photography) . 

Shoe repair shops 

Pressing, alteration, garment repair (except fur) 

Cleaning, dyeing plants (except rug cleaning)' 

Power laundries, self-service laundries 

Power laundries ' 

Self-service laundries 

Other personal services 



Business services (exc accounting, audidog, bookkeeping), total - . 

Automobile repair services, garages, total 

Automobile repair 

General automobile repair shops 

Other automobile repair shops 

Automobile parking, other services 

Automobile storage, parking 

Other automobile services 



MisceUaoeous repair services, total. 

Watch, clock, jewelry repair 

Upholstery, furniture repair 

Radio, television repair shops — 
Other repair services 



Amusement, recreadon services (inc. modoo pictures), total. 
Motion picture theaters . 

Motion picttu'e production, distribution, services — 

Billiard and pool parlors, bowling alleys 

Other amusement, recreation services 



Hotels, motels, tourist courts, camps, total — 

Hotels 

Motels, tourist courts, trailer parks, camps. 

Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid distiosuie. (NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified, 
> Includes plantrowned outlets. 



27 
20 

3 
3 

9 

7 
9 
8 
(NA) 
IN4I 
6 

16 

56 

5« 

35 

18 

2 

2 



With 
payroll 



Re(»ipts 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



121 

15 

106 



3i633 

1 .289 
178 
134 
(D) 

64 
58 
39 

293 

299 

(NAI 

(NA) 

(D) 

138 

749 
(D) 
456 
(D) 
(D) 
(0) 



28 
32 

557 

687 
496 



153 

121 

32 



340 

33 

(D) 

166 

10 

22 

(Dl 

(Dl 

39 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

28 

97 

97 

(D) 

(D) 



17 
34 
63 

173 
(D) 



10) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

(tl.OOO) 



1.771 
987 
784 



.055 
138 
82 
101 
64 
(D) 
(01 
293 
(D) 
(D) 



104 

447 
447 
280 
167 



(D) 
(D) 

671 
495 

(D) 
(D) 

129 
(Dl 
(0) 



(Dl 
(Dl 



(Dl 
(Dl 
39 
(Dl 
(Dl 



(Dl 
(Dl 
(Dl 



52 

(Dl 
• • • 

(D) 

(01 
(01 



1 .315 
977 
338 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



32 

(Dl 
9 
(01 
10) 
119 
130 
130 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(DoUare) 



(D) 
(d) 



142 

100 



25 

(D) 
(Dl 



5 
(01 
(0) 



(D) 
(01 
15 
(0) 
(01 



(Dl 
(Dl 
101 



(D) 
(01 



18 
(D) 



378 

317 

61 



15.735 

7.542 

1 .256 

739 

ID) 

222 

(01 

(01 

2.518 

2.211 

2.21 1 



757 

1 .587 

1 .587 

1 .152 

525 



(Dl 
(C) 



2.745 
1 .907 



145 
692 



Full 
workweek 



490 
(D) 
10) 



971 
91 
(Dl 
(01 



(01 
(Dl 
328 
(01 
(01 



(D) 
(D) 
(Dl 



(D) 
(01 
314 

339 

(01 



.483 
909 

574 



Paid employees, 
workweeK ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Numberl 



14.637 

7.370 

1 .208 

712 

(01 

201 

(Dl 

(D) 

2.433 

2.130 

2.130 



715 

1 .672 

1 .572 

1.162 

510 



(01 
(D) 

2.081 
1 .482 

82 
517 

462 
(D) 
(01 



894 
58 
(0) 
(D) 



(Dl 
(01 
284 
ID) 
(01 



(01 
(01 
(01 



(D) 
(0) 
307 



339 

(0) 



1 .051 
627 
424 



FuU 
workweek 



155 
23 

15 
(0) 
5 
(01 
(Dl 
47 
54 
54 



(Dl 
(D) 

105 
81 



13 
(D) 
(0) 



19 

3 
(01 
(0) 



(0) 
(01 
7 
(01 
10) 



(01 
(Dl 
(Dl 



(D) 

(Dl 

5 

13 

(01 



142 
21 
14 

(Dl 
5 

(01 

(Dl 
44 
47 
47 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 



otUy) 
(Number) 



(01 
(D) 

55 
42 

3 

10 

12 
(0) 
(D) 



18 

2 

(D) 

(01 



(0) 
(0) 



(Dl 
(0) 



ID) 
(01 
(Dl 



(D) 

(Dl 

5 

13 
(0) 

(D) 



XXX Not applicable. ( Z ) Less than $500. 



(Dl 

33 

13 
20 

. . Represents zero. 



(Dl 

(Dl 

1 1 

8 

(NAI 

(NAI 

(D) 



(U) 
45 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 



(D) 
(D) 



18 
(D) 
(D) 



(Dl 
(01 



(01 
(Dl 
3 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 



(01 
(01 
(01 
(D) 



(D) 

(01 
6 
15 



124 

12 

112 



5-32 



SELECTED SERVICES -AREA STATISTICS 



Table 104. SELECTED SERVICES: 1954 — COUNTIES WITH 200 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE — Continued 
Establishments, Receipts, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



County and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total 

(Number) 



With 
payroll 



Receipts 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

(Jl.OOO) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(DollAra) 



Full 
workweek 

(Dollara) 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov, 15 



Total 

(Number) 



FuU 
workweek 

(Number) 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 
nesses 
only) 

(Number) 



LOS ANGELES COUNTY 

Seleaed services, total 

Personal Services 

Total 

Barber, beauty shops 

Barber shops 

Beauty shops 

Barber and beauty shops combined 

Funeral service, crematories 

Photographic studios (including couunercial photography) 

Shoe repair shops, shoeshine parlors, hat cleaning shops 

Shoe repair shops 

Shoeshine parlors 

Hat cleaning shops 

Cleaning, pressing, dyeing, garment repair 

Pressing, alteration, garment repair (except fur) 

Cleaning, pressing shops, and independent plant outlets.. 

Garment repair, alteration (except fur) ..- 

Fur repair, storage j 

Cleaning, dyeing plants 

Cleaning, dyeing plants (except rug cleaning) ' 

Rug cleaning, repairing plants 

Laundries, laundry services _ 

Power laundries, self-service laundries _-. 

Power laundries ' 

Self-service laundries 

Industrial laundries 

LineD supply 

Diaper service 

Laundries (except power) 

Miscellaneous personal services. 

Otstume, dress suit rental 

Turkish bath, massage parlors 

Rug, furniture cleaning on location 

C^in-operated service machine estabhshments 

Miscellaneous personal services, n.e.c 



Busioess Services (exc AccoDotiag, Auditing, Bookkeeping) 

Total 

Advertising 

Advertising agencies 

Outdoor advertising services 

Miscellaneous advertising 

C>)nsumer. mercantile credit; adjustment, collection agencies... 

Private employment agencies 

News syndicates - 

DupUcating. addressing, mailing, stenographic services 

Blueprinting, photocopying services 

Services to dwellings, other buildings 

Disinfecting, exterminating services 

Window cleaning 

Miscellaneous services to dwellings, other buildings 

Business services, n.e.c . 

Auctioneers' estabhshments (service only) 

O>in-operated machine rentaj, repair services 

Detective agencies 

Interior decorating service .-- 

Photofinishing laboratories 

Sign painting shops 

Telephone answering service 

Windowdisplay service 

Other business services, n.e.c 



Automobile Repair Services, Garages 



Total __ 

Automobile repair 

General automobile repau- shops 

Battery, ignition repair and service. 

Glass replacement, repair 

Paint shops 

Radiator repair shops 

Tire repair shops 

Top and body repair 

Automobile repair, n.e.c 

Brake repair shops 

Wheel, axle, spring repair shops 

Other automobile repair shops, n.e.c 

Automobile storage, parking 

Parking structures, storage garages 

Parking lots - 

Automobile, truck rentals (without drivers).. 

Automobile services (except repair) 

Automobile laundries 

Automobile services, n.e.c 



13.054 

Sibil 

2.809 

2.770 

65 

186 

726 

1.031 

932 

74 

25 

3.619 

2.643 

2.201 

442 

62 

914 

795 

1 19 

1.290 

914 

(NAI 

(Nft) 

29 

53 

16 

278 

558 

25 

160 

38 

28 

306 



5.705 
521 
371 

34 
1 16 
247 
275 

16 
528 

63 
927 
308 
211 
406 
3.128 

25 

19 
108 
195 

89 
251 

94 

65 



4.509 

3.442 

2.174 

47 

55 

1 18 

100 

97 

432 

419 

152 

62 

205 

663 

133 

530 

152 

252 

171 

81 



6.384 

2.958 

1.433 

1.480 

55 

158 

296 

225 

204 

10 

11 

1.775 

1.005 

933 

72 

38 

732 

561 

71 

774 

554 

402 

162 

27 

49 

12 

122 

178 

18 



2.591 

321 

225 

24 

72 

185 

171 

2 

172 

63 

481 

238 

81 

162 

1.295 

1 1 

5 

86 

14 

67 

81 

74 

1 I 

947 



2.513 

1.802 

1 .052 

25 

45 

98 

60 

41 

252 

229 

90 

44 

95 

493 

129 

364 

92 

126 

97 

29 



1 ,26H,505 



250.613 

60.957 

23.254 

35.235 

1.458 

16.635 

16.515 

8.129 

7.352 

330 

437 

70. 127 

28.025 

26.379 

1.646 

955 

41 .147 

38.304 

2.843 

70.509 

39.521 

(NAl 

(NAI 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

7.541 

635 

933 

533 

1 .345 

4. 194 



313.233 

128.549 

(D) 

13.566 

(D) 

15.740 

5.572 

169 

9.085 

9.894 

25.706 

10.710 

3.310 

1 1 .686 

1 13.418 

(D) 

490 

4.413 

2.452 

14.110 

3.869 

(D) 

615 

89.349 



128.709 

87.318 

53.135 

(D) 

(D) 

4.629 

(D) 

2.597 

10.571 

10.085 

4. 106 

1 .742 

4.238 

20.025 

(D) 

(D) 

14.218 

7. 147 

5.486 

1 .651 



1 , 150.697 



213.731 

49.907 

(D) 

31 .083 

(D) 

15.393 

13.295 

4.257 

(D) 

(D) 

371 

57.967 

(D) 

16.957 

(D) 

775 

(D) 

(D) 

2.471 

65.083 

36.31 1 

33.558 

2.653 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

5.819 

520 

(D) 

(D) 

1 .257 

(D) 



289,571 

(D) 

(D) 

13.466 

11 .01 1 

15.304 

(D) 

(01 

5.741 

9.892 

23.358 

10.010 

(D) 

(P) 

(B) 

(D) 

384 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

317 

78.453 



110.179 
71 .828 
41 .622 

(D) 

(d) 

(D) 

(d) 
(d) 

9.363 
8.602 
3.598 

(d) 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

5.205 

5.134 

1 .071 



1 I 



86.845 

22.893 

(D) 

13.910 

(D) 

3.720 

3.908 

1 .449 

(d) 
(d) 

182 

22.861 

4.408 

4.203 

205 

160 
18.293 
17.455 

838 
30.351 
1 8 . 059 
17.522 

447 

(d) 

(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
.664 
119 
(D) 
(D) 
199 
(B) 



83.r.09 

(D) 

(D) 

3.961 

2.885 

7.674 

(D) 

(0) 

2.386 

3.695 

12.545 

4.172 

1 .579 

5.794 

(B) 

(B) 

121 

(B) 

(B) 

4.402 

(B) 

(B) 

1 15 

28.024 



30.629 

20.137 

10.990 

(B) 

(D) 

(B) 

(B) 

(B) 

2.953 

2.912 

1.171 

(B) 

(B) 

(D) 

(D) 

(B) 

(B) 

2.714 

2.322 

392 



10.898.304 



1.732.522 

474.792 

(B) 

291 .101 

(B) 

71 .643 

91 .009 

26.534 

(B) 

(B) 

4.601 

442.817 

83.898 

79.023 

4.875 

3.821 

355.098 

339.307 

15.791 

589.296 

345.703 

337.535 

9.168 

(D) 

(B) 

(B) 

(B) 

36.431 

2.704 

(B) 

(B) 

3.436 

(B) 



1 .670.010 

(B) 

(B) 

75.303 

63.550 

152.881 

(B) 

(D) 

48.485 

73.298 

245.905 

81 .501 

29.533 

135.671 

(B) 

(B) 

3.485 

56.874 

(D) 

84.854 

(B) 

(B) 

2.492 

559.161 



589.503 

387.904 

213.121 

(B) 

(B) 

(B) 

(B) 

(B) 

55.234 

55.725 

21 .107 

(B) 

(B) 

(B) 

(D) 

(B) 

(B) 

55.856 

48.133 

7.723 



10.104.244 



1 .539.917 

445.848 

(D) 

271 .331 

(D) 

70.013 

87.471 

24,571 

(B) 

(B) 

4.519 

t^r .942 

75.362 

70.903 

4.459 

3.277 

343.303 

328.094 

15.209 

556.905 

322.809 

315.31 1 

7.498 

(b) 

(B) 

(B) 

(B) 

33.156 

1 .942 
(D) 
(D) 

3.358 
(B) 



1 .562.000 

(B) 

(B) 

69.472 

55.352 

148.656 

(B) 

(D> 

42.722 

72.584 

221 .974 

77.140 

25.659 

1 18.175 

(B) 

(B) 

3.485 

53.259 

(D) 

83.453 

(B) 

(B) 

2.317 

519.401 



560.699 

377.231 

207.472 

(B) 

(B) 

(B) 

(B) 

(B) 

53.102 

54.513 

20.367 

(B) 

(D) 

(B) 

(B) 

(B) 

(B) 

46.381 

39.240 

7.141 



29.803 

7.951 

(B) 

5.068 

(B) 

946 

1 .380 

461 

(B) 

(B) 

72 

7.618 

1 .759 

1.657 

102 

68 

5.781 

5.550 

231 

10.794 

6.757 

6.490 

267 

(B) 

(B) 

(B) 

(B) 

653 

46 

(B) 

(B) 

55 

(D) 



24.807 
(0) 
(B) 
761 

1 .352 

2.273 
(B) 
(D) 

1 ,398 
785 

4,771 

1 ,087 
551 

3,123 

(B). 

(D) 

19 

1 ,092 
(B) 

1 ,319 
(B) 
(B) 
35 

7,434 



8,902 
5,141 
2,850 
(B) 
(B) 
(B) 
(B) 
(B) 
713 
705 
279 

(b) 

(B) 
(B) 
(B) 
!d) 

(b) 

1,525 

1.385 
140 



26.458 
6.980 

(b) 

4.429 

(d) 

871 

1 .226 

384 

(B) 

(b) 

68 

6.805 

1 .425 

1.338 

87 

54 

5.325 

5.120 

206 

9.643 

5.892 

5.709 

183 

(b) 
(b) 
(b) 

(B) 
549 

29 
(B) 
(B) 

50 
(B) 



20.259 

(D) 
(B) 
560 
881 

2.121 
(B) 
(□) 
715 
762 

3.824 
977 
461 

2.386 

(b) 

(B) 

19 

902 

(D) 

1.257 

(B) 

(B) 

31 

5.102 



7.594 
4.810 
2.657 
(B) 
(B) 
(B) 
(B) 
(B) 
654 
669 
258 
(B) 
(B) 
(B) 
(B) 
(B) 
(B) 
979 
S56 
123 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. n.cc. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not apphcable. (Z) Less than $500. 
' Includes plant-owned outlets. 



. . . Represents zero. 



CALIFORNIA 



5-33 



Table 104. SELECTED SERVICES: 1954 — COUNTIES WITH 200 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE — Continued 
Establishments, Receipts, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



County and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total 

(Number) 



With 

payroll 



Receipts 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 
($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Dollare) 



Full 
workweek 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Number) 



FuU 
workweek 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 
nesses 
only) 
( Number) 



LOS ANGELES COUNTY— Con. 

Miscellaneous Repair Seirices 

Total _ 

Watcii, clock, jewelr>" repair 

Upholstery, furniture repair 

Electrical repair shops 

Radio, tele\Tsion repair shops 

Refrigerator service, repair shops 

Other electrical repair shops, n.e.c 

Blacksmith shops 

Miscellaneous repair shops 

Armature reuinding. electric motor repair and rebuilding... 

Bicycle repair shops 

Leather goods repair shops 

Locksniit h , gunsmith shops 

Musical instrument repair 

Repair shops, n.e.c 

LauTunower, saw, knife, tool sharpening and repair shops 

Tj-pewriter repair shops 

Welding repair shops 

Other repair shops, n.e.c 

Amusement. Recreation Services (inc. Motion Pictures) 

Total 

Motion picture theaters 

Motion picture theaters (except drive-in) 

Drive-in motion picture theaters 

Motion picture production, distribution, services 

Motion picture production^ 

Motion picture production other than for television 

Motion picture production for television 

Motion picture distribution 

Motion picture film exchanges other than for television.. 

Motion picture film exchanges for television 

Seriices allied to motion picture (iistribution 

Services allied to motion picture production 

Billiard and pool parlors, bowling alleys 

Billiard, pool parlors 

Bowling allej's 

Race track operation (including racing stables) 

Automobile."- 

Dog 

Horse (including racing stables) 

Sports promoters, commercial operators 

Baseball, football, athletic fields, sports promoters 

Baseball clubs 

Football clubs 

Other sports clubs, promoters 

Bathing beaches 

Golf courses 

Riding academies 

Skating rinks 

Swinuning pools 

Commercial sports operators, n.e.c 

Boat, canoe rentals 

Other commercial sports operators, n.e.c 

Theatrical presentations and services 

Bands, orchestras, entertainers 

Dance halls, studios, schools (exc. children's, professional) 

Membership golf, country clubs 

Amusement, recreation services, n.e.c 

Amusement parks, devices, shooting galleries 

Carnivals, circuses 

Coin-operated amusement device establishments 

Other amusement, recreation services, n.e.c 

Hotels, Motels, Tourist Courts, Camps 

Total.. _ 

Hotels 

Year-round 

25 or more guest rooms 

Less than 25 guest rooms 

Seasonal 

Motels, tourist courts, camps.. 

Motels, tourist courts, trailer parka 

Motels, tourist courts 

Trailer parks. 

Sporting, recreational camps 



Hi 346 

"495 

61 1 

1 ,095 

783 

183 

129 

62 

2,08 3 

70 

14 

26 

132 

157 

1l682 

153 

39 

221 

1(269 



i681 

308 

273 

35 

586 

351 

248 

103 

105 

66 

20 

19 

130 

242 

147 

95 

71 



235 
29 

3 



39 
77 
16 
61 
284 
309 

1 n 

28 
508 
128 



1 12 
233 



Itoao 

388 
<NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
(NA) 
992 
953 
656 
297 
39 



1 1410 

95 

295 

359 

239 

67 

53 

10 

651 

60 

8 
22 

17 
544 
59 
15 
97 
373 



1|955 

302 

269 

33 

488 

299 

202 

97 

91 

52 

20 

19 

98 

162 

69 

93 

27 

2 

1 

24 

139 

15 

3 

1 

11 

12 

21 

29 

25 

37 

8 

29 

206 

235 

100 

26 

270 

98 

1 1 

50 

1 1 1 



1i122 
534 
624 
476 
148 
10 
488 
467 
328 
139 
21 



1 18t129 

4.467 

12t440 

22, 139 

13i174 

4.728 

4,2 37 

528 

78,555 

6.655 

164 

303 

1.042 

985 

69.405 

3.637 

638 

5.659 

59.471 



358,711 

54.052 

(D) 

(D) 

(d) 

59,090 
25,041 
34.049 
39.571 
30.927 

(d) 

(D) 

(D) 

1 1 1 1 69 

1 .561 

9.6n8 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

9.972 

4.037 

(D) 

(D) 

1 .552 

1 . 148 
(D) 

2. 153 
(D) 

1.255 
267 
988 

44.514 
9.327 
7.526 
8.482 

19.795 
2.772 
3.140 

3. 153 
10.731 



95.1 10 

-78.519 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

(NA) 

1 6 . 59 1 

(D) 

1 1.890 

(D) 

(D) 



96.803 
(D) 
(D) 

15,791 

8.572 

(D) 

(D) 

244 

68, 389 
(D) 

('d) 

440 

(D) 

60.825 

.121 

462 

4.687 

52,555 



351 ,473 

53.980 

(D) 

(D) 

166.115 

58, 396 

24.419 

33.977 

39.333 

30.689 

(D) 

(D) 

63.385 

10.599 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

ID) 

(D) 

(D) 

9,092 

3,931 

(D) 

(D) 

1 .445 

1 .148 
(D) 
(D) 
484 
989 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(0) 
17.588 
(D) 
(D) 
2.495 
9.727 



88.940 

76.629 
(D) 

73.658 
(D) 
(D) 

12.31 1 

(D) 

8.984 

(D) 

(D) 



36,075 

(D) 

(D) 

4.845 

2.539 

1.114 

1 ,092 

71 

29.353 

(D) 

(D*) 

107 

(D) 

26.326 

1 .222 

127 

1 .657 

23.320 



283.494 

10.039 

(D) 

(D) 

228.565 

194. 426 

175,766 

IP .660 

4,520 

3,381 

(D) 

(D) 

29.620 

4.210 

212 

3,998 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

2.765 

1 ,438 

(0) 

(D) 

388 

3)5 

(D) 

506 

(D) 

277 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

3,433 

3.308 

3.455 

5.749 

(D) 

(D) 

434 

3.1-65 



28.503 
25.095 

(D) 
25,465 

(D) 

(D) 
2,407 

(D) 

l.e23 

(D) 

(D) 



792.484 

(D) 

(D) 

93.787 

51 .689 

20,509 

21.589 

1 ,283 

620,714 

(D) 

(d) 

2,051 

(D) 

558,387 

23,109 

2,561 

30,727 

501 ,990 



5.529.552 

194.515 

(D) 

(D) 

4.519.D97 

3,777,338 

3,309,982 

467.356 

83,835 

62,163 

(d) 

(d) 

557. b74 

81 ,807 

4, 152 

77,755 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

49.256 

20.591 

(01 

(D) 

3.485 

6.758 

(B) 

13.087 

(D) 

5.542 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

62.047 

73.030 

76.518 

94.546 

(D) 

(D) 

7.778 

57.841 



584.233 

539.918 

(D) 

531 .395 

(D) 

(D) 

44.315 

(E) 

33.858 

(D) 

(D) 



772.218 

(D) 

(D) 

89,999 

49.375 

19.469 

21 ,155 

1.273 

608,785 

(D) 

Id) 

1 .951 

(D) 

548.025 

22.505 

2.306 

29.016 

494.197 



5.022,058 

172,344 

(D) 

(D) 

4.1 I 1.892 

3,392,233 

3.026.621 

365.512 

80,327 

59.259 

(D) 

(D) 

638.832 

65,941 

3.722 

52.219 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

44.901 

19.535 

(D) 

10) 

3.190 

6,467 

(D) 

10,717 

(D) 

5,245 
(D) 

(d) 

(D) 

■il .382 

52.042 

71 .973 

B8.577 

(D) 

(D) 

7,443 

55,534 



547,342 
5n6.299 

(d) 

498.483 
(D) 

(d) 

41 ,043 
(D) 

31 ,402 
(D) 
(D) 



8,994 
(D) 

(d) 

1,240 

573 

255 

312 

17 

6,686 
(d) 

(D) 

37 

(n) 

5,945 

270 

37 

352 

5,287 



40,325 
4,672 

(D) 

(d) 

24,735 

19, 147 

17.084 

2,063 

863 

652 

(D) 

(D) 

4,725 

1,872 

1 15 

1,756 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

769 

150 

(0) 

(D) 

72 

106 
(D) 
320 
(D) 
109 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
973 
1 ,672 
1 ,135 
1,503 
(D) 
(D) 
121 
779 



12,752 

1 1.583 

(d) 

1 1 ,331 

(D) 

(D) 

1,179 

(d) 

917 
(D) 
(D) 



8.440 
(D) 
(D) 

1 . 129 

592 

233 

304 

16 

6,341 
(D) 

Id) 

33 

(P) 
5.679 

254 
31 

315 
5.079 



31 .920 
3.335 

(D) 

(D) 

20.444 

15.114 

13.918 

1 .195 

807 

601 

(d) 

(d) 

4.523 

1 ,293 

103 

1 .190 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

553 

1 19 

(D) 

(D) 

45 

89 
(D) 
193 
(D) 

91 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
664 
860 
925 
1 ,207 
(D) 
(D) 
105 
689 



) 1 ,414 

10,404 

(D) 

10,205 

(D) 

(D) 

1 ,010 

(D) 

788 

(D) 

(D) 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclostu^. (NA) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $500. ... Represents zero. 

'Receipts of motion picture producers includes only flLi rentals received directly from exhibitors, receipts from outright sales of films, and miscellaneous 
receipts other than fron film rentals. Neither receipts from independent distributors, nor receipts from company-owned distribution offices are Included 
in receipts of motion picture producers . 



5-34 



SELECTED SERVICES -AREA STATISTICS 



Table 104. SELECTED SERVICES: 1954 — COUNTIES WITH 200 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE — Continued 
Establishments, Receipts, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



County and kind of business 



MARIN COUNTY 



Seleaed services, (olal . 



Personal services, total 

Barber shops 

Beauty shops 

Funeral service, crematories - -- 

Photographic studios (including coimnercial photography)... 

Shoe repair shops - 

Pressing, alteration, garment repair (except fur) 

Cleaning, dyeing plants (except rug cleaning)' 

Power laundries, self-service laundries 

Power laundries ' 

Self-service laundries 

Other personal services 



Business services (exc. accounting, auditing, bookkeeping), total . 



Automobile repair services, garages, total. 
Automobile repair 

General automobile repair shops 

Other automobile repair shops 

Automobile parking, other services 

Automobile storage, parking 

Other automobile services 



Miscellaneous repair services, total . 

Watch, clock, jewelry repair 

Upholstery, furniture repair 

Radio, television repair shops — 
Other repair services 



Amusement, recreation services (inc. motion pitrtures), total. 

Motion picture theaters 

Motion picture production, distribution, services 

Billiard and pool parlors, bowling alleys 

Other amusement, recreation services 



Hotels, motels, tourist couns, camps, total 

Hotels 

Motels, tourist courts, trailer parks, camps. 



MENDOCINO COUNTY 



Selected services, total . 



Personal services, total 

Barber shops 

Beauty shops - 

Funeral service, crematories 

Photographic studios (including commercial photography) — 

Shoe repair shops - - 

Pressing, alteration, garment repair (except fur) 

Cleaning, dyeing plants (except rug cleaning)' 

Power laimdries, self-service laundries 

Power laundries ' 

Self-servi ce laundries 

Other personal services 



Business services (exc. accounting, auditing, bookkeeping), total . 

Automobile repair services, garages, total 

Automobile repair 

General automobile repair shops .- 

other automobile repair shops 

Automobile parking, other services 

Automobile storage, parking 

Other automobile services 



liscellaneous repair services, total. 

Watch, clock, jewelry repair 

Upholstery, furniture repair 

Radio, television repair shops 

Other repair services 



Establishments 



Total 
(Number) 



musemeot, recreation services (inc. motion pictures), total.. 

Motion picture theaters. 

Motion picture production, tliatribution, services 

Billiard and pool parlors, bowling alleys 

Other amusement, recreation services 



Hotels, motels, tourist courts, camps, total 

Hotels 

Motels, tourist courts, trailer parka, camps. 



218 

U2 



6 
15 
12 
«2 
i3 
27 
(NAI 
(NA) 
13 



(NAI 
(NAI 



3 
13 

126 
23 

103 



With 
payroll 



104 
22 
26 



Receipts 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



10i225 

3i5a0 
(D) 
581 
283 
181 
131 
308 
555 
951 
(NAI 
(NAI 
(D) 

1 t333 

1(652 
(D) 
889 
(D) 
lOI 
(01 



1 .098 

58 

189 

298 

553 

1 |68« 

(Dl 

21 

(01 

526 

778 
291 

487 



977 

139 

112 

199 

37 

52 

(01 

246 

132 

(NAI 

(NAI 

(d) 

409 

W087 
(D) 
673 
(D) 
(Dl 
(Dl 



30 
428 

I < 122 
(0) 

45 
(D) 

1 .908 

560 

1 .248 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

(Si.ooo) 



8.275 

3.045 
(D) 
501 
(Dl 
(0) 
(0) 
190 
(D> 
903 
(D) 
(D) 
120 

921 

1 .510 
(D) 
/83 
(D) 
lOl 
(Dl 



135 
245 
277 

1 .618 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
474 

522 
183 
339 



799 
77 
72 
199 
(D) 
(Dl 
(Dl 
245 
(D) 
124 
(01 
(01 

233 

903 
(D) 
489 
(D) 
(D> 
(Dl 



1 .075 
(Dl 

45 
(D) 

1 .422 
574 
848 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



2.660 

1 .298 

(D) 
243 

73 
(Dl 
(Dl 

38 
253 
44B 
(D) 
(D) 

39 

397 

356 
(d) 
158 
(D) 
(Dl 
(Dl 



51 
58 
84 

320 
(Dl 

(Dl 
(Dl 
1 18 

86 
34 
52 



979 

245 
32 

22 
22 

(Dl 
(01 
(Dl 
86 
52 
(D) 
(01 
(Dl 

103 

175 
(D) 
81 
fD) 
IDI 
(D) 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Dollars) 



123 
(D) 

IV 
(D) 

275 
159 
1 16 



50.848 

25.004 

(D) 

5.482 

1 .345 

(Dl 

(Dl 

293 

5.1 1 1 

8.430 

(D) 

(D) 

721 

7.430 

7.043 
(D) 

3.136 
(D) 
(01 
(Dl 



751 
1 .703 
1 .788 

5.1 15 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(Dl 

1 .433 

2.014 

943 

1 .071 



5.428 
793 
450 
465 
(01 
(01 
(Dl 
1 .814 
1 .251 
(d) 
IDI 
(0) 

1 .770 

4.142 
(D) 

2.087 
(D) 
(01 
(Dl 



2.275 
(01 

60 
(D) 

5.524 
4.915 
1 .609 



FuU 

workweek 



48.44) 

24.008 

(D) 

5.257 

1 .295 

(Dl 

(01 

255 

4.956 

8.012 

(D) 

(d) 

691 
7.004 

6.946 
(D) 

3.059 
(D) 
(Dl 
(Dl 



691 
1 .499 
1 .788 

4.957 
(Dl 
(Dl 
101 

1 .433 

1 .538 
597 
841 



19.831 

4.985 
705 
342 
452 
(0) 
(0) 
(D) 
1 .775 
1 .098 
(D) 
(0) 
(01 

1 .582 

4.039 
(D) 

2.029 
(D) 
(01 
(Dl 



2.270 
(01 

50 
(D) 

5.771 
4.442 
1 .329 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Numberl 



857 

430 

(D) 

82 

20 

ID) 

(01 

7 

90 

172 

(D) 

(D) 



90 
(U) 

44 
(D) 
(Dl 
(Dl 



142 

(Dl 
(Dl 
(01 



)14 

11 

9 

9 

(01 

(D) 

(01 

32 

38 

(d) 

(01 

(Dl 



(D) 
29 

(d) 

(01 
(Dl 



Full 
workweek 



3 

(d) 



390 

(d) 

74 
)7 
(Dl 
(0) 
5 
83 
156 
(D) 
(D) 



84 
(D) 

40 
(D) 
(Dl 
(0) 



132 
(D) 
(0) 
(D) 
21 

31 
16 
15 



(D) 
(0) 
(Dl 
31 
32 
(D) 
(0) 
(D) 



50 

(D) 

27 

(D) 
(0) 
(0) 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 
nesses 
only) 
(Number) 



93 

(D) 



3 

(D) 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. (NA) Not available. 
' Includes plant-owned outlets. 



n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not appUcable. (Z) Lees than $500. 



130 
81 
49 

. . Represents zero. 



100 
62 
38 



CALIFORNIA 



5-35 



Table 104. SELECTED SERVICES: 1954 — COUNTIES WITH 200 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE — Continued 
Establishments, Receipts, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



County and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total 

(Number) 



With 
payroll 

(Number) 



Receipts 



Total, all 

establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establiah- 

ments with 

payroll 

($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(DoUarB) 



Full 
workweek 



Paid employees, 
workweeK ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Number) 



Full 
workweek 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 
nesses 
only) 
(Number) 



MERCED COUNTY 



Selected services, total . 



Personal services, total 

Barber shops 

Beauty shops _ 

Funeral ser\-ice, crematories 

Photographic studios (including commercial photography) . 

Shoe repair shops - 

Pressing, alteration, garment repair (except fur) 

Cleaning, dyeing plants (except rug cleaning)^ 

Power laundries, self-service laundries 

Power laundries '. 

Self-service laundries 

Other personal ser\ices 



Business services (exc. accounting, auditing, bookkeeping), total 



Automobile repair services, garages, total. 
Automobile repair. 

General automobile repair shops 

Other automobile repair shops 

Automobile parking, other services 

Automobile storage, parking 

Other automobile services ., 



Miscellaneous repair services, total. 

Watch, clock, jewelry repair 

Upholstery, furniture repair 

Radio, tele\'ision repair shops 

Other repair services.. 



Amusement, recreation services (inc. motion pictures), total. 

Motion picture theaters 

Motion picttire production, distribution, services 

Billiard and pool parlors, bowling alleys. 

Other amusement, recreation services- 



Hotels, motels, tourist courts, camps, total 

Hotels 

Motels, tourist courts, trailer parks, camps. 



MONTEREY COUNTY 



Selected services, total . 



Personal services, total 

Barber shops 

Beauty shops 

Fimeral ser\'ice, crematories 

Photographic studios {including commercial photography). 

Shoe repair shops 

Pressing, alteration, garment repair (except fur) 

Cleaning, dyeing plants (except rug cleaning)' 

Power laundries, self-service laundries 

Power laundries ' 

Self-service laundries 

Other persotial services 



Business services (exc. acconntiag, auditiag, bookkeeping), total. 



Automobile repair services, garages, total. 
Automobile repair 

General automobile repair shops 

Other automobile repair shops 

Automobile parking, other services 

Automobile storage, parking 

Other automobile services 



Miscellaceoos repair services, total. 

Watch, clock, jewelry repair 

Upholstery, furniture repair 

Badio, television repair shops 

Other repair services 



Amusement, recreation services (inc. motion picttires), total. 

Motion picttu-e theaters 

Motion picture production, distribution, services 

Billiard and pool parlors, bowling aUeys 

Other amusement, recreation services..' 



Hotels, motels, tourist courts, camps, total 

Hotels 

Motels, tourist courts, trailer parks, camps. 



1U2 

56 

26 

6 

a 

7 

11 

13 

12 

INA) 

INA) 

3 

22 

62 
56 
37 

19 
6 
2 



50 
5 
3 
8 

3l( 

32 

10 

6 
16 

48 
19 
29 



389 

107 

93 

7 

29 

12 

1*9 

31 

37 

(NAI 

INAI 

24 

95 

105 

100 

59 

«1 

5 



1 13 
11 
22 
16 
64 

73 
20 

18 
35 

172 
51 
121 



187 
51 
41 

7 
13 

2 

9 
29 
25 
23 

2 
10 



5.864 

1 .738 

394 

250 

254 

94 

37 

107 

338 

253 

(NAI 

(NA) 

1 1 

391 

1.038 
989 
523 
466 
49 
ID) 
(D) 

651 

49 

69 

136 

397 

1.161 

855 

... 

91 

215 

885 

384 
501 



22.885 

6.403 

941 

884 

508 

440 

97 

557 

1 .088 

1 .251 

(NAI 

(NAI 

527 

1 .784 

2.525 
1 .885 
1 .207 
578 
640 
(Dl 
(Dl 

1 .375 

93 

225 

215 

842 

3.557 
1 .976 

376 
1.315 

7.131 
4.718 
2.413 



4.494 

1 .358 
204 
208 
254 
55 
(Dl 
61 
(01 
219 
(D) 
(Dl 
(01 

267 

718 
ID) 
(D) 
345 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(0) 

377 
(D) 
(D) 
(Dl 
i41 

1.113 
855 

91 
167 

661 
328 
333 



19.741 

5.323 
595 
678 
508 
328 
(Dl 
253 
(D> 

1 1179 
(D) 
tUI 
579 

1.522 

1 .839 
(D) 
805 
(D) 
(D) 
(Dl 
(Dl 

889 
(Dl 
121 
147 
(D) 

3.537 
1 .975 

312 
1 .249 

6.531 
4.686 
1 .945 



502 

77 

69 

76 

7 

(Dl 

16 

'45 

ID) 

99 

(Dl 

(Dl 

80 

181 
(D) 
(D) 
92 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(Dl 

89 
(D) 
(Dl 
(Dl 

54 

212 
155 

18 
39 

185 
143 
42 



2.121 

417 

252 

29 

55 

(Dl 

49 

504 

(D) 

587 

(Dl 

197 

301 

445 
258 
190 
58 
188 
(Dl 
(Dl 

297 

(D) 

19 

35 

(D) 

955 
369 

145 

441 

2.004 

1 .709 

295 



23.723 

10.087 

1 .757 

1 .31 1 

1 .357 

167 

ID) 

296 

2.855 

(D) 

2.055 

(0) 

(Dl 

1 .578 

3.083 
(D) 
(D) 

1 .572 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(D) 

1 .498 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(Dl 
884 

4.273 
3.021 

698 
554 

3.204 

2.322 

882 



1 16.802 

41 .457 
8.777 
4.757 

508 
1 .490 

(D) 

722 
9.249 

(D) 
1 1 .925 

(D) 
3.724 

7.185 

7.455 
4.793 
3.580 
1 .213 
2.572 
(Dl 
(01 

5.503 

(Dl 

490 

1 .361 

(d) 

20.482 
7.792 

3.146 
9.544 

33.700 

29.463 

4.P37 



22.422 

9.824 

1 .710 

1.251 

1 .343 

143 

(Dl 

244 

2.809 

(D) 

2.044 

(Dl 

(Dl 

1 .444 

3.038 
(D) 
(D) 

1 .654 
(Dl 
(D) 
(0) 

1.460 
(Dl 
ID) 
(D) 
874 

3.926 

2.718 

655 
553 

2.730 

2.142 

588 



107.657 

37.902 
8.546 
4.405 

433 
1 .412 

(Dl 

670 
8.592 

(D) 
9,973 

(01 
•3.557 

6.500 

6.923 
4.437 
3.353 
1 .074 
2.485 
ID) 
ID) 

6.075 
ID) 
437 

'•331 
(D) 

18.942 
5.775 

3.123 

9.044 

31 .315 

27.465 

3.849 



199 

28 

21 

19 

5 

(D) 

7 

53 

(r) 

58 
(D) 
(01 



48 
(D) 
(D) 

23 
ID) 
(D) 
(01 

24 
ID) 
ID) 
(Dl 

14 

199 
158 



786 
120 

99 
8 

27 
(Dl 

18 
170 

Cd) 

271 
(Dl 
55 

114 

104 
57 
47 
20 
37 
(Dl 
(Dl 

87 

(Dl 

10 

20 

(D) 

443 
226 

78 
139 

755 
543 
123 



185 


152 


25 


70 


20 


24 


18 


1 


3 


a 


(Dl 


(Dl 


5 


14 


49 


12 


(D) 


(D) 


57 


INAI 


(D) 


INAI 


(Dl 


ID) 


26 


23 


45 


70 


(D) 


(D) 


(D) 


(D) 


21 


23 


(01 


ID) 


IDI 


ID) 


(Dl 


ID) 


21 


54 


(Dl 


(D) 


(Dl 


ID) 


(Dl 


ID) 


13 


35 



58 
27 



554 


428 


1 10 


101 


84 


1 1 1 


6 


1 1 


23 


25 


(Dl 


IDI 


15 


66 


148 


43 


(D) 


(D) 


206 


INAI 


(01 


(NAI 


56 


21 


95 


92 


83 


130 


55 


124 


41 


75 


14 


49 


28 


6 


(Dl 


ID) 


(Dl 


IDI 


74 


127 


(Dl 


ID) 


7 


28 


19 


19 


(D) 


(D) 


343 


52 


157 


8 


... 


... 


76 


19 


110 


25 


660 


177 


560 


51 


100 


125 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. 

' Includes plantrowned outleta. 



(NA) Not available. ae.c. Not elsewhere classified XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $500. 



. . Represents zero. 



5-36 



SELECTED SERVICES -AREA STATISTICS 



Table 104. SELECTED SERVICES: 1954 — COUNTIES WITH 200 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE ■ 
Establishments, Receipts, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



• Continued 



County and kind of business 



NAPA COUNTY 



Seleaed services, total . 



Personal services, total 

Barber shops 

Beauty shops 

Funeral service, crematories — 

Photographic studios (including coinniercial photography) . 

Shoe repair shops - — 

Pressing, alteration, garment repair (except fur) 

Cleaning, dyeing plants (except rug cleaning)' 

Power laundries, self-service laundries 

Power laundries ' 

Self-service laundries 

Other personal services 



Busiaess services (exc. accouating, auditing, bookkeepiag), total — 



Automobile repair services, garages, total. 

Automobile repair - - 

General automobile repair shops 

Other automobile repair shops 

AutomobiJe parking, other services 

Automobile storage, parking 

Other autc>mobiIe services 



Miscellaneous repair services, total. 

Watch, clock, jewelry repair 

Upholstery, furniture repair 

Radio, television repair shops 

Other repair services 



Amusement, recreation services (inc. motion pictures), total. 

Motion picture theaters 

Motion picture production, distribution, services 

BilUard and pool parlors, bowling alleys 

Other amusement, recreation services 



Hotels, motels, tourist courts, camps, total 

Hotels 

Motels, tourist ccurts, trailer parks, camps. 



ORANGE COUNTY 



Selected services, total. 



Personal Services 
Total 

Barber, beauty shops 

Barber shops 

Beauty shops 

Barber and beauty shops combined 

Funeral service, crematories . 

Photographic studios (including commercial photography) 

Shoe repair shops, shoeshine parlors, hat cleaning shops 

Shoe repair shops 

Shoeshine parlors 

Hat cleaning .shops 

Cleaning, pressing, dyeing, garment repair 

Pressing, alteration, garment repair (except fur) 

Cleaning, pressing shops, and independent plant outlets.. 

Garment repair, alteration (except fur) 

Fur repair, storage 

Cleaning, dyeing plants ,. _ 

Cleaning, dyeing plants (except rug cleaning) ' 

Rug cleaning, repairing plants. 

Laundries, laimdry services 

Power laundries, self-service laundries 

Power laundries ' 

Self-service laundries 

Industrial laimdries 

Linen supply 

Diaper service 

Laundries (except power) 

Miscellaneous personal services 

Costiune, dress suit rental 

Turkish bath, massage parlors 

Rug, fin-niture cleaning on location 

CoinKjperated service machine estabUsfaments 

Miscellaneous personal services, n.e.c 



Establishments 



Total 

(Number) 



Business Services (exc. Accounting, Auditing, Bookkeeping) 

Total 

Advertising 

Advertising agencies -. 

Outdoor advertising services 

Miscellaneous advertising 

Consumer, mercantile credit; adjustment, coUection agentuea... 

Private employment agencies -. 

News syndicates 

Duplicating, addressing, mailing, stenographic aer/icea 

Blueprinting, photocopying services 

Services to dwellings, other buildings 

Disinfectmg, exterminating services 

Window cleaning - 

Miscellaneous services to dwellings, other btiildings. 



6«7 

350 

166 

131 

3 

15 

33 

«a 

37 



77 
19 

H5 

«1 

4 

H2 

37 

(MA) 

(NA) 

1 



With 
payroll 

(Number) 



Receipts 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



333 

174 

80 

93 

1 

15 

n 

16 



4l 196 

1 |501 

199 

179 

268 

26 

79 

103 

336 

351 

(D) 

(D) 

57 

251 

561 
(D) 
280 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
28 

432 

8 

43 

70 

31 1 

693 

ID) 

(D) 
317 

748 
421 
327 



1 1 .325 

3i025 

1 .356 

1 .662 

8 

802 

510 

416 

394 

22 

3.514 

1 .028 

965 

63 

2.485 
2.2d6 

aro 

2.867 

1 .916 

(NAl 

(MA) 

(0) 

ID) 

(0) 

(D) 

190 

40 
7 

143 



4.439 
235 
(D) 

(D) 

HO 

56 

74 
227 

5>J4 

413 

75 

lr6 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

($1,000) 



3.132 

1 .157 
117 
105 
ID) 

ID) 
63 
ID) 
354 
(D) 
ID) 
ID) 

189 

367 
(D) 
138 
(D) 
ID) 
ID) 
ID) 

196 

ID) 
ID) 
(D) 

537 
ID) 

ID) 
265 

586 
ID) 
(D) 



9,519 
2.228 
(D) 
1 .330 
ID) 
802 
328 
252 

to) 

(D) 

3.048 
(D) 
593 
(D) 

• • • 

(D) 

(D) 

200 

2.823 

1 .872 

1 .740 

132 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

(0) 

128 

(D) 
(D) 

(d) 



3.299 
(D) 
(D) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



56 
227 
476 
323 

(D) 

ID) 



873 

427 
57 
38 
38 

ID) 
12 
81 
180 
(D) 
ID) 
ID) 

47 

77 
(D) 

46 
(D) 
ID) 
ID) 
ID) 

38 

ID) 
ID) 
(D) 

122 

ID) 

ID) 
57 

152 
138 
24 



3iB93 
887 
(D) 
535 
(0) 
125 
90 
74 
(D) 
(D) 

1 .299 
176 
172 



1 .123 

1 ir35 

88 

1.387 

1 .014 

991 

23 

(0) 

(D) 

(Dl 

(D) 

31 

ID) 
ID) 

(D) 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Dollars) 



993 
ID) 
ID) 



20 
65 
169 

107 
17 



7.923 
819 
752 
887 

(D) 
100 
1 .732 
3.228 
(D) 
(Dl 
10) 

870 

1 .282 
(D) 

1 .005 
(D) 
ID) 
ID) 
ID) 

942 

(D) 
ID] 
(D) 

2.961 
ID) 

(D) 
1 .493 

3.007 

2.540 

467 



77.996 

18.534 

(D) 

10.633 

ID) 

3.153 

1 .71 1 

1 .581 

(D) 

ID) 

25.634 
3.137 
2.997 

4 

22.597 

20.151 

1 .746 

26.750 

19.599 

19.177 

422 

(01 

ID) 

(D) 

(D) 

633 

(0) 
(D) 



FuU 
workweek 

(Dollars) 



(D) 



20.421 
(D) 
(0) 



1 .95^ 
209 

4 52 
1 .556 
?.398 
1 .726 
80 
1 .^92 



7.351 
739 
559 
864 

(Dl 
100 
1 .550 
3.050 
(D) 
ID) 
ID) 

803 

1 .175 
(D) 
974 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

873 

(0) 
(D) 
(D) 

2.495 
(D) 

(D) 
1 .354 

2.818 

2.380 

438 



71 .853 
15.670 

(D) 
9.656 

10) 
2.702 
1 .493 
1 .450 

(D) 

ID) 

24.156 

2.849 

2.809 

40 

21 .317 

19.637 

1 .580 

24.924 

18.307 

17.970 

337 

10) 

ID) 

ID) 

ID) 

44b 

ID) 
(D) 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

INumber) 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. 
' Includes plant-owned outlets. 



(NA) Not avaikible. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. 



(Z) 1 



(D) 



13.112 
ID) 
ID) 



1 .77e 
203 

1 U: 

1.479 

2.426 

1 .443 

81- 

903 

i than $500. 



166 
12 
16 
15 

ID) 

2 

33 

80 

(D) 

ID) 

(D) 

21 

19 
(D) 

14 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

16 

ID) 
(D) 
(D) 



ID) 
32 



1 .391 

339 

(D) 

217 

(Dl 

41 

32 

28 

(D) 

ID) 

417 

59 

58 

1 

358 
335 

22 
512 
394 
3B1 

13 
ID) 
ID) 
ID) 
ID) 

22 

ID) 
ID) 

CD) 



347 
(D) 
ID) 



Full 
workweek 



142 
10 
12 
12 



(D) 

ID) 
(Dl 



(D) 
11 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(0) 



(D) 
(01 
(D) 

52 
(Dl 

(D) 
18 

56 

51 
15 



1 .174 

281 

(D) 

183 

ID) 

33 

23 

21 

(D) 

ID) 

353 

50 

49 

1 

313 
293 
20 
445 
341 
333 
8 
(0) 
(D) 
(0) 
(D) 



(0) 
ID) 



Proprie- 
totB (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
buai- 
nessea 
only) 
(Number) 



(d) 



251 
(D> 
(D) 



Repreaentfl zero. 



CALIFORNIA 



5-37 



Table 104. SELECTED SERVICES: 1954 — COUNTIES WITH 200 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE — Continued 
Establishments, Receipts, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



Count>' and kind of business 



Establishments 



Total 

(Number) 



With 

payroll 



Receipts 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(DolUis) 



Full 
workweek 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Number) 



FuU 
workweek 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 

busi- 
nesses 
only) 
(Number) 



ORANGE COUNTY— Con. 

Biuiness Services (exc. Accounting, Auditing, Bookkeeping)— Coo. 

Business serWces. n.e.c_ __ 

Auctioneers" establishments (service only) 

Coin-operated machine rental, repair servicee 

Detective agencies , 

Interior decorating service 

Photofinishing laboratories. 

Sign painting shops 

Telephone answering service ... 

Window display service 

Other business services, n.e.c 



Automobile Repair Services, Gmnges 

Total.,. 

Automobile repair _ 

General automobile repair shops 

Battery, ignition repair and service 

Glass replacement, repair 

Paint shops 

Radiator repair shops 

Tire repair shops 

Top and body repair 

Automobile repair, n.e.c 

Brake repair shops 

T\Tieel, axle, spring repair shops 

Other automobile repair shops, n.e.c 

Automobile storage, parking 

Parking structures, storage garages. 

Parking lots 

Automobile, truck rentals {without drivers) 

Automobile services (except repair) 

Automobile laundries 

Automobile services, n.e.c 



Miscellaoeoos Repair Services 



Total 

Watch, clock, jewelrj* repair 

Upbolsterj', furniture repair 

Electrical repair shops 

Radio, television repair shops 

Refrigerator service, repair shops 

Other electrical repair shops, n.e.c 

Blacksmith shops 

Miscellaneous repair shops 

Armature rewinding, dectric motor repair and rebuilding 

Bicj'cle repair shops 

Leather goods repair shops 

Locksmith, gunsmith shops 

Musical instrument repair 

Repair shops, n.e.c 

Lawnmower, saw, knife, tool sharpening and repair shops.. 

Tvpewriter repair shops 

Welding repair shops _ 

Other repair shops, n.e.c __ 



Amusement, Recreatioo Services (inc. Motion Pictures) 
Total 

Motion picture theaters 

Motion picture theaters (except drive-in) 

Drive-in motion picture theaters 

Motion picture production, distribution, services 

Motion picture production 

Motion picture production other than for television 

Motion picture production for television 

Motion picture distribution 

Motion picture film exchanges other than for television. 

Motion picture film exchanges for television 

Services aUied to motion picture distribution 

Services allied to motion picture production 

Billiard and pool parlors, bowling allejrs 

Billiard, pool parlors 

Bowling alleys 

Race t rack oj>eration (including racing stables) 

Automobile 



Horse (including racing stables) 

Sports promoters, commercial operators 

Baseball, football, athletic fields, sports promoters 

Baseball clubs 

Football clubs 

Other sports clubs, promoters 

Bathing beaches 

Golf courses 

Riding academies 

Skating rinks 

Swimming pools 

Conmiercial sports operators, n.e.c 

Boat, canoe rentals. 

Other commercial sports operators, n.e.c 

Theatrical presentations and services 

Bands, orchestras, entertainers 

Dance halls, studios, schools (exc. children's, professional). 
Membership golf, countrj' clubs 

Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. 



232 

212 



135 
6 



3U 


12 


75 


29 


41 


105 


22 


22 


19 


19 


3 


3 



3,073 
ID) 

117 
71 

28U 
90 

101 

2.tl2 



5t013 

U,«26 

2.6U3 

(Dl 

(Dl 

271 

(01 

70 

751 

421 

SO 

171 

200 

205 

ID) 

(D) 

192 

190 

190 



3.596 
126 
60« 
795 

575 

111 

79 

220 

1 .851 
109 



58 
1 .681 



5U8 
1 .039 



8i«09 

2.185 

(D) 

(0) 

(D) 



(D) 
U77 
62 
ltl5 
(D) 
(0) 

(D) 

1 . 160 



10) 

651 

ID) 

111 

(D) 

285 

2r.9 

76 

29 

52 

428 

2.097 



(D) 
ID) 

ID) 
ID) 
10) 
ID) 
<D) 

(D) 



3.609 
3.168 
1 .647 
ID) 
ID) 
(0) 
ID) 
(0) 
690 
317 

(D) 

(0) 
(0) 
10) 
ID) 
ID) 
190 
190 



2.338 
ID) 
(D) 
531 
371 
ID) 
10) 
126 

1 .21 7 
101 



10) 
1 .124 



336 

741 



8.141 

2.185 

(D) 

ID) 



477 
62 
415 
10) 
ID) 

101 
1 .096 



ID) 
651 
(0) 
ID) 
(D) 
247 
(D) 
ID) 
ID) 
ID) 
428 
2.097 



(D) 
ID) 

(D* 
10) 
55 
10) 
10) 

I") 



966 
850 
405 
ID) 
ID) 
ID) 
ID) 
ID) 
i35 
96 

(D) 
ID) 
(D) 
ID) 
10) 
ID) 
85 
85 



668 
10) 
(D) 
124 
96 
21 



39 
333 

ID) 



ID) 

304 

12 



2.160 
396 
(D) 
ID) 



155 
12 
143 
10) 
10) 

ID) 
285 



ID) 
195 
10) 

22 
(D) 

48 
(D) 
10) 
10) 
9 
191 
725 



(D) 
(01 

1 .468 
(0) 
9 70 
(0) 
10) 

CD) 



18.880 

16.338 

8.105 

(0) 

(D) 

(Dl 

(0) 

(D) 

3.340 

1 .889 

(d) 

(0) 
(D) 
(D) 
ID) 
ID) 
2.1 92 
2.192 



14.248 

ID) 

(D) 

2.840 

1 .989 

519 

332 

809 

6.841 

ID) 



ID) 

6.256 

200 

1 .593 
4.463 



42.395 

7..)14 

(D) 

ID) 



3.347 

1 10 

3.237 

(Dl 
(D) 

(0) 
5.863 



ID) 
4.166 
(0) 
428 
(D) 

1 .-'o? 

(D) 

ID) 

ID) 

269 

3 . , 1 1 

17.35; 



(r) 

ID) 

1 .249 
ID) 
970 
ID) 
ID) 

(D) 



18.186 

15.958 

7.903 

ID) 

ID) 

ID) 

ID) 

(0) 

3.797 

1 .859 

(D) 
(0) 
(D) 
(0) 
(01 
ID) 
1 .898 
1 .896 



13.643 

(0) 

(D) 

2.792 

1 .941 

519 

332 

797 

6.453 

(0) 



(0) 

5.91 1 

200 

1 .529 
4.182 



38.172 

7.194 

fD) 

(D) 



2.402 
ID) 
10) 

ID) 
5.546 



(D) 

4.045 

10) 

406 

(D) 

648 

(D) 

(D) 

(0) 

269 

2.979 

16*4 J4 



(ri) 
(D) 



31 
ID) 



ID) 
ID) 



(n) 



302 
226 
1 15 
(01 
(0) 
(D) 
ID) 
ID) 
52 
25 

I'd) 
(D) 
(D) 
ID) 
ID) 
(0) 
70 
70 



208 
(0) 
(D) 



100 
(0) 



(D) 
92 



657 
205 
(D) 
(D) 



145 
2 
143 
(0) 
(0) 



(D) 

55 
(D) 

13 
(D) 

19 

(D) 

(0) 

(0) 

3 

76 
242 



(D) 
(0) 



(D) 

17 

(0) 

(D) 

(") 



261 
209 
106 
(0) 
(0) 
(0) 
(D) 
10) 
49 
23 

(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
ID) 
(D) 
10) 
47 
47 



181 
ID) 
(D) 



ID) 
77 

4 



626 
166 
(D) 

ID) 



75 
ID) 
ID) 

10) 
78 



(D) 

IC 

(D) 

13 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

3 

5? 

201^ 



(NA ) Not available. n.ex. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $500. 



Representa zero. 



5-38 



SELECTED SERVICES -AREA STATISTICS 



Table 104. SELECTED SERVICES: 1954 — COUNTIES WITH 200 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE — Continued 
Establishments, Receipts, PayroU, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



County and kind of business 



ORANGE COUNTY— Con. 

Amusemeot, Recreatioa Services, (iac Molioa Pictures) — CoQ. 

Amusement, recreation services, n.e.c 

Amusement parlis, devices, shooting galleries 

Carnivals, circuses 

Coin-operated amusement device establishments 

Other amusement, recreation services, n.e.c 

Motels, Motels, Tourist Coiuts, Camps 

Total 

Hotels 

Year-round 

25 or more guest rooms 

Less than 25 guest rooms 

Seasonal 

Motels, tflurist courts, camps 

Motels, tourist courts, trailer parks 

Motels, tourist courts 

Trailer parks __ 

Sporting, recreational camps 

PLACER COUNTY 

Selected services, total 



Persotial services, total 

Barber shops 

Beauty shops -. 

Funeral ser\'ice, crematories 

Photographic studios (including commercial photography). 

Shoe repair sliops ._ - 

Pressing, alteration, garment repair (except fur) 

Cleaning, dyeing plants (except rug cleaning)* .- 

Power laundries, self-service laundries 

Power laundries ' 

Self-service laundries 

Other personal services 



Business services (exc accoimtiag, auditiag, bookkeeping), total 

Automobile repair services, garages, total 

Automobile repair 

General automobile repair shops 

Other automobile repair shops 

Automobile parking, other services 

Automobile storage, parking 

Other automobile services. 



Miscellaneous repair services, total. 

Watch, clock, jewelry repair 

Upholstery, furniture repair 

Radio, television repair shops 

Other repair services 



Amusement, recreatioa services (inc. motion pictures), total. 

Motion picture theaters 

Motion picture production, distribution, services 

Billiard and pool parlors, bowling alleys 

Other amusement, recreation services 



Hotels, motels, tourist courts, camps, total 

Hotels 

Motels, tourist courts, trailer parks, camps. 

RIVERSIDE COUNTY 
Selected services, total 



Personal services, total 

Barber shops 

Beauty shops 

Funeral service, crematories 

Photographic studios (including commercial photography). 

Shoe repair shops 

Pressing, alteration, garment repair (except fur) 

Cleaning, dyeing plants (except rug cleaning)* 

Power laundries, self-service laundries... 

Power laundries' 

Self-service laundries 

Other personal services 



Business services (exc. accounting, auditing, bookkeeping), total.. 

Automobile repair services, garages, total . 

Automobile repair 

General automobile repair shops 

Other automobile repair shops 

Automobile parking, other services 

Automobile storage, parking 

Other automobile services. 



Miscellaneous repair services, total. 

Watch, clock, jewelry repair 

Upholstery, furniture repair 

Radio, television repair shops .. . 
Other repair services 



Establishments 



Total 
(Number) 



112 

39 

(NAI 

(NA) 

(NAI 

(NA) 

103 

102 

77 

25 

1 



103 
23 



I 1 

13 

7 

12 

(NA) 

(NA) 



1 I 308 

116 

100 

13 

29 

3« 

39 

35 

21 

(NA) 

I NAI 



167 
1511 
1 10 



21t 

33 

1 I-- 



With 
payroll 



209 
US 
71 



Receipts 



Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

(Jl.OOO) 



1 ir,32 
168 



493 
3U0 



3i658 

1 .720 

(NA) 

I NAI 

(NA) 

(NA) 

1 . J38 

(D) 

1 .317 

(D) 

ID) 



6.2C1 

1 .163 

191 

1 16 

223 

(D) 

(P) 

62 

21U 

21 1 

(NAI 

(NAI 



325 

527 
527 
352 

175 



282 
(D) 
(D) 
24 
228 

924 
577 

(D) 
(D) 

2.980 
1.548 
1 .332 



34.441 

6. -53 
^1 I 

I .070 
771 
31 1 
249 
«„6 

1.537 

1 .390 
(NAI 
(NAI 
2G8 

3i7(S6 

3. 193 

2.938 

1 .789 

1 . 149 

?5S 

(D) 

(D) 

2.21-7 

38 

?l.9 

470 

1.490 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 
(11.000) 



868 
(Dl 
(01 
427 
259 



3.055 

1 .580 
(d) 

1 .243 
(D) 
(D) 

1 .475 
(D) 
969 
(D) 
(D) 



839 
135 

74 
ID) 
(Dl 
IDI 

34 
214 
153 
IDI 
IDI 



309 
309 
268 



94 

(D) 
• • • 

(D) 



838 
577 



(D) 
(D) 



2.702 
1 .545 
1 .155 



5.831 
(D) 
938 
771 
203 
(D) 
265 
(D) 
1 .274 
1.153 
116 
162 

3.052 

2.455 
(D) 

1 .295 
(D) 
(D) 
(01 
(D) 

1 .083 

95 

212 
775 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



179 

(D) 

(Dl 



609 
373 
(D) 
298 
(D) 
(D) 
236 
(D) 
170 
(D) 
ID) 



311 
58 
24 
30 
(Dl 
ID) 
7 
106 
73 
IDI 
IDI 



21 
(D) 

(D) 

175 
93 

(D) 
(D) 

714 
4 69 
245 



.382 
(D) 
378 
141 

35 
(Dl 

62 
(D) 
735 
704 

31 

59 

975 

574 
492 
301 
191 
82 
IDI 
(D) 

275 

27 

42 

r05 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 
(Dollars) 



Standard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid tlisdosure. (NA) Not available. 
• Includes plant-owned outlets. 



n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applit^able. 



.245 

(D) 

(D) 

.270 

.582 



12.004 

7.300 

(D) 

5.938 

(d) 

(D) 
4.704 

(D) 
3.355 

(D) 

IDI 



18.214 

5.771 
956 
331 

489 
ID) 
(Dl 
231 
2.1 17 
1 .379 
(Dl 
(D) 



733 

960 
950 

833 
127 



463 

ID) 

10) 

3.607 
2.205 

(D) 
(D) 

6.680 
4.253 
2.427 



21 1 .252 

47.957 

(D) 

7.689 

2.559 

739 

(01 

1 I.i5e 

(D) 

14.452 

13.964 

488 

I .212 

21 .782 

12.006 

10.242 

6,390 

3.J52 

1 .764 

(Dl 

(D) 

5.513 

771 

989 

4.753 

(Z) 



Full 
workweek 



2.809 

(d) 

(Dl 
1 .270 
I .232 



11 .133 
7.014 

(d) 

5.839 

(d) 

(D) 
4.119 

(D) 
3.075 

(D) 

(D) 



17.150 

5.523 
956 
256 
489 
(01 
(0) 
231 
2.099 
1 .281 
101 
IDI 



688 

960 
950 
833 

127 



413 

(01 

101 

3.249 
1 .936 

(D) 
(D) 

5.317 
4.085 
2.231 



1=3.529 

43.446 

(D) 

7.403 

2.139 

658 

IDI 

918 

(D) 

11.810 

I 1 .433 

377 

1 .196 

20.917 

10.909 
9.861 
6.235 
3.526 
1 .048 
10) 
(D) 

5.193 

681 

95,0 

4.552 

ts than $500. 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Number) 



60 
(D) 
(D) 

16 
34 



279 
153 
(D) 
130 
(D) 
(D) 
1 15 
(D) 
82 
(D) 
(D) 



1 13 

14 

9 

8 

ID) 

(01 

4 

39 

31 

(01 

(0) 



IDI 
(01 
107 



(D) 
(D) 

121 
70 
51 



922 

(D) 

151 

44 

15 

(01 

22 

(D) 

294 

281 

13 

27 

420 

210 
159 
100 
59 
51 
IDI 
(D) 

99 

13 
15 



Full 
workweek 



(D) 
(D) 

16 



240 
149 
(D) 
124 
(D) 
(D) 

91 
(D) 

58 
(D) 
IDI 



(01 
(Dl 



27 

ID) 
(Dl 



6 
(0) 
(D) 
75 



(D) 
(D) 

107 
55 
41 



765 
(D) 
1 39 

29 

12 
(01 

17 

(D) 

220 

212 

8 

24 



167 

145 



22 

IDI 
(D) 



Represents zeit}. 



CALIFORNIA 



5-39 



Table 104. SELECTED SERVICES: 1954 — COUNTIES WITH 200 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE — Continued 
Establishments, Receipts, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



County and kind of business 



RIVERSIDE COUNTY — Con. 



Amusemeot. recreatioQ services (inc. moiioQ pictures), totml 

Motion picture theaters. — 

^Iotion picture production, distribution, services 

Billiard and pool parlors, bowling alleys — 

Other amusement, recreation services 

Hotels, motels, tourist courts, camps, total 

Hotels - - 

Motels, totuist courts, trailer parks, camps 



SACRAMENTO COUNTY (See Sacramento Standard 
Metropolitan Area, Table 103.) 



SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY 



Selected services, total . 



Personal Services 

Total 

Barber, beauty shops 

Barber shops 

Beauty shops 

Barber and beauty shops combined 

Funeral service, crematories 

Photographic studios (including conmiercial photography) 

Shoe repair shops, shoeshine parlors, hat cleaning shops 

Shoe repair shops 

Shoeshine parlors 

Hat cleaning shops 

Cleaning, pressing, dyeing, garment repair 

Pressing, alteration, garment repair (except fur) 

Cleaning, pressing shops, and independent plant outlets.. 

Garment repair, alteration (except fur) 

Fur repair, storage 

Cleaning, dyeing plants 

Cleaning, dyeing plants (except rug cleaning) ' 

Rug cleaning, repairing plants 

Laundries, laundry services 

Power laundries, self-service laundries 

Power laundries ' 

Self-service laimdriea 

Industrial laimdries 

Linen supply 

Diaper service 

Laundries (except power) 

Miscellaneous personal services 

Costume, dress suit rental 

Turkish bath, massage parlors 

Rug, furniture cleaning on location 

Coin-operated service machine establishments 

Miscellaneous personal services, n.e.c 



Bosioess Services (exc. Accotiatiag, Anditiog, Bookkeeping) 

Total 

Advertising 

Advertising agencies 

Outdoor advertising services 

Miscellaneous advertising 

Consumer, mercantile credit; adjustment, collection agencies. ._ 

Private employment agencies 

News syndicates 

Duplicating, addressing, mailing, stenographic services 

Blueprinting, photocopj-ing services 

Services to dwellings, other building 

Disinfecting, exterminating services 

Window cleaning 

Miscellaneous services to dwellings, other buildings 

Business services, n.e.c 

Auctioneers' establishments (service only) 

Coin-operated machine rental, repair services 

Detective agencies 

Interior decorating service 

Photo finishing laboratories 

Sign painting shops 

Telephone answering service 

Window display service. 

Other business services, n.e.c 



Automobile Repair Services, Garages 

Total... 

Automobile repair 

General automobile repair shops 

Battery, ignition repair and service 

Glass replacement, repair 

Paint shops 

Radiator repair shops 

Tire repair shops. 

Top and body repair 

Automobile repair, n.e.c 

Brake repair shops 

Wheel, axle, spring repair shops 

Other automobile repair shops, n.e.c 



Establishments 



Total 
(Number) 



108 

26 

2 

12 



300 

1 1« 
186 



624 

3U0 

183 

152 

5 

19 

21 

H\ 

38 

2 

1 

129 

71 

57 

1U 

58 
50 



INA) 

(MA) 

1 



33 

13 

10 

10 

103 



316 
283 
193 



With 

payroll 



298 

152 

79 

70 

3 

19 

7 

9 

8 

1 
69 

19 
19 



132 

1 17 

78 

1 

2 
U 
6 
« 
14 



Receipts 



Total, all 

establish- 
ments 

(Jl.OOOl 



5.167 

2.515 

(01 

(D) 

2.4?7 

13.255 

10.257 

2.998 



10.985 

2.11 1 

1 .307 

1 .U57 

U7 

1.29U 

290 

222 

212 

(D) 

10) 

3.053 

742 

700 

42 

2.31 1 

2.275 

36 

3.168 

1 .838 

( ;JA 1 

(NAl 

(Dl 

(Dl 

12 

147 



43 
ID) 
(D) 



4.124 
1 14 

(D) 
(01 
(Dl 
578 
66 

83 

547 

258 

205 

84 

2.736 

Cr>) 

(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
184 
(Dl 
(D) 
2.319 



5.937 

4.907 

3.305 

(Dl 

(D) 

53 

223 

184 

429 

525 

(D) 

(Dl 

377 



Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

(Jl.OOOl 



4.81 1 
(Dl 

2.193 

12.291 

10.129 

2.162 



9.333 

2.053 
(D) 

1.119 
(Dl 

1 .294 
170 
112 
(D) 

(01 

2.681 

406 

406 



2.275 
2.275 

2.942 
1 .668 
1 .581 



(Dl 
(Dl 



(01 
81 



(Dl 
(Dl 
(D) 



3.530 
80 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(Dl 
• • • 
(Dl 

497 
236 

189 

72 

2.320 



(01 

Id) 

(D) 

(Dl 

(Dl 

1 .995 



4.267 
(D) 

2.223 
(Dl 
(Dl 
53 
1J9 
146 
313 
361 
(01 
(01 
183 



PayroD, 

entire 
year 



1 .406 
500 

37 
869 

4.1 15 

3.727 

388 



3.737 
820 
(D) 
455 
(D) 
264 
31 
41 
(D) 

(Dl 

1 .169 

96 

96 



1 IU73 
1 .073 

1 .389 
325 
H04 



(Dl 
(Dl 



(Dl 
23 



(Dl 
(0) 
(D) 



1 .091 
22 

(Dl 
(Dl 
(Dl 

(d) 

14 



226 

1 10 
89 



(D) 

(D) 
(D) 

(Dl 
(Dl 
467 



1.149 

787 

499 

(Dl 

(Dl 

15 

23 

18 

85 

119 

(Dl 

(Dl 

47 



Payroll, workweek ended 
Nov. 15 



Total 
(DoUaifi) 



29.057 

10.801 

717 
17.539 

93.937 

86.163 

7.774 



77.:)46 
18. -.47 

(d) 

10.720 

(d) 

6.003 
776 
648 
(D) 

(01 

23.039 

1 .525 

1 .525 



21 .514 
21 .514 

27.936 

17.726 

17.398 

328 

(Dl 

(01 



(D) 



(Dl 
(Dl 
(D) 



22.380 
359 

(Dl 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(D) 
299 

(Dl 

4.528 

2.335 

1 .690 

503 

1 1 .596 



(P) 

(D) 
(D) 
(01 
(0) 
9.576 



23.567 

16.520 

10.274 

(Dl 

(Dl 

485 

539 

350 

1 .>:15 

2.355 

(Dl 

(Dl 

746 



FuU 
workweek 



26.601 
9.785 

548 
16.268 

65.553 

78.594 

6.969 



71 .504 

16.633 

(D) 

9.870 

(D) 

5.730 

577 

638 

(D) 

(Dl 

22.1 15 

1 .300 

1 .300 



20.815 
20.815 

25.353 

15.682 

15.409 

273 

(Dl 

(Dl 



(01 
453 



(Dl 
(Dl 
CD) 



20.322 
322 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(01 
(D) 
274 

(D) 

3.942 

2.238 

1 .550 

154 

10.461 



(D) 

(*D) 
(D) 

(D) 

(01 

8.849 



22.253 

15.766 

9.987 

(Dl 

(Dl 

457 

529 

309 

1 1584 

2iie» 

(Dl 
(01 
579 



Paid employees. 
workweeK ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Number) 



660 
294 

29 
337 

1 .972 

1.756 

215 



1 .487 

327 

(D) 

203 

(D) 

91 

13 

12 

(d) 

(Dl 

447 

38 

38 



409 
409 

581 
413 
402 
11 
(01 
(0) 



(Dl 



(Dl 
(Dl 
(D) 



(Dl 
(Dl 
(Dl 
(D) 



77 
30 
28 
19 
193 



(d) 

("d) 

(D) 
(01 
(Dl 

157 



402 
244 
153 
(Dl 
(Dl 
10 



26 
32 

(01 

(Dl 

10 



Full 
workweek 



515 
210 



17 

288 



1 .633 

I .468 

155 



1.272 
270 
(D) 
163 

(d) 

85 
11 
9 

(d) 

(01 

403 

25 

25 



378 
378 

487 
337 
329 
9 
(Dl 
(D) 

(Dl 

7 



(Dl 
(Dl 

(d) 



(Dl 
(Dl 
(D) 
(D) 

5 



(D) 

(D) 
(D) 
(Dl 
(Dl 
134 



338 

223 

143 

(D) 

(Dl 

8 

8 

5 

21 

29 

(01 

(01 

7 



Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 
nesses 
only) 
(Number I 



111 

13 

(D) 

(D) 

30 

334 
108 
225 



649 

345 

(D) 

154 

(D) 

17 

21 

42 

(D) 

(D) 

(Dl 

149 

79 

63 

16 

70 

62 

3 

57 

52 

(NAl 

(OIAI 

(01 

(D) 

(Dl 
18 



(Dl 
(Dl 
(D) 



135 
1 1 
(Dl 
(01 
(Dl 
(D) 



12 
13 



(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(01 
(01 
71 



336 
302 
212 
(Dl 
(Dl 



30 

21 

(01 

(D) 

12 



Standard Notes: ( D ) Withheld to avoid disckisuje. 
' Includes plant-owned outlets. 



(NA) Not available. n.ac. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. (Z) Less than $500. 



Itepi«sents zero. 



5-40 



SELECTED SERVICES -AREA STATISTICS 



Table 104. SELECTED SERVICES: 1954 — COUNTIES WITH 200 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE - 
Establishments, Receipts, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 



Continued 



County and kind of biisiness 



Establishments 



Total 
(Number) 



With 
payroll 

(Number) 



Receipts 



Total, all 

estabhsh- 
ments 

($1,000) 



Establish- 
ments with 
pjayroll 
($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 



Payroll, workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 

(Dollars) 



Full 
workweek 



Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 



Total 



Full 

workweek 



SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY — Con. 
Aotomobile Repair Services, G&ragei — Con. 

Automobile storage, parking 

Parking structures, storage garages 

Parking lots 

Autflmobile, truck rentals {without drivers) 

Automobile services (except repair) 

AutoraobiJe laundries 

Automobile services, n.e.c 

MiscellaDeous Repair Services 

Total 

Watch, clock, jewelry repair 

Upholstery, furniture repair 

Electrical repair shops — _ 

Radio, television repair shops 

Refrigerator service, repair shops 

Other electrical repair shops, n.e.c 

Blacksmith shops 

Miscellaneous repair shops 

Armature reminding, electric motor repair and rebuilding. , . 

Bicycle repair shops _ 

Leather goods repair shops 

Locksmith, gunsmith shops 

Musical instrument repair 

Repair shops, n.e.c 

Lawnmower, saw, knife, tool sharpening and repair shops. 

Type\vriter repair shops 

Welding repair shops 

Other repair shops, n.e.c 

Amusemeot, Recreation Services (inc. Modon Pictures) 

Total 

Motion picture theaters 

Motion picture theaters (except drive-in) 

Drive-in motion picture theaters 

Motion picture production, distribution, services 

Motion picture production 

Motion picture production other than for television 

Motion picture production for television 

Motion picture distribution 

Motion picture film exchanges other than for television.. 

Motion picture fibn exchanges for television 

Services aUied to motion picture distribution 

Services allied to motion picture production 

Billiard and pool parlors, bowhng alleys 

Billiard, pool parlors 

Bowling alleys 

Race track operation (including racing stables) 

Automobile 

Dog 

Horse (including racing stables) 

Sports promoters, commercial operators . 

Baseball, football, athletic fields, sports promoters 

Baseball clubs 

Football clubs. 

Other sports clubs, promoters 

Bathing beaches 

Golf courses 

Riding academies 

Skating rinks 

Swimming pools 

Commercial sports operators, n.e.c 

Boat, canoe rentals 

Other commercial sports operators, n.e.c 

Theatrical presentations and services 

Bands, orchestras, entertainers 

Dance halls, studios, schools (exc. children's, professional) 

Membership golf, country clubs 

Amusement, recreation services, n.e.c 

Amasement parks, devices, shooting galleries 

Carnivals, circuses 

Coin-operated amusement device estabUshments 

Other amusement, recreation services, n.e.c 

Hotels, Motels, Tourist Couns, Camps 

Total 

Hotels 

Year-round 

25 or more guest rooms 

Less than 25 guest rooms 

Seasonal - 

Motels, tourist courts, camps 

Motels, tourist courts, trailer parks. 

Motels, tourist courts 

Trailer parks... 

Sporting, recreational camps 



SAN DIEGO COUNTY {See San Diego Standard 
Metropolitan Area, TabW 103.) 



243 
25 
34 
76 
5-5 
10 
11 
1 1 

102 



2 


2 


}9 


9 


19 


13 


301 


153 


53 


m 


(NA) 


35 


(MA) 


25 


1 'JA ) 


10 


(MA) 


6 


248 


112 


206 


90 


173 


77 


33 


13 


12 


22 



467 
(01 
CD) 
(D) 
(D) 
2.!3 
(D) 



l«l'50 
1 13 
360 
749 
592 
62 
95 
169 

13.459 
(D) 
(D) 

14 



213 
12.961 



6.274 
3. 106 

1,695 

1.411 
(D) 



(D) 
75 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

(0) 
689 
(0) 



(01 

(01 

176 

(D) 

205 

13 

110 

94 

16 

52 
162 

l!85 

1 .lr2 

(D) 

(01 

498 
468 



7.238 

3.691 

(NAI 

(NAI 

(NA) 

(^JAI 

3.547 

2.848 

2.^74 

274 

699 



439 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
221 
(0) 
(01 



13.800 
(D) 
(D) 
451 
356 
(□I 
(D) 
141 

13.007 
(01 



(D) 
(01 



129 
12.687 



6.040 
3.106 
1 .695 
1 .41 1 
(01 



(01 
(01 



(01 
(0) 
(D) 
10) 

(D) 

(0) 
613 
(D) 



(Dl 
(0) 
176 
(D) 
(D) 
(0) 

no 

94 
16 
• a • 
52 
162 
485 
956 
(0) 
(01 
432 
(D) 



6.172 

3.541 

3.000 

2.735 

265 

541 

2.631 

2.060 

1 .934 

126 

571 



1 14 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 



7.070 
ID) 
(D) 

94 

81 
(01 
(D) 

51 
6.871 

62 



6.809 
(0) 

42 
(D) 



1 .603 
685 
409 
276 
(D) 



(0) 
(D> 



126 
(D) 
(D) 
(0) 

(D) 

(0) 
131 
(0) 



(D) 
(01 
55 
(D) 
(D) 

2 
(D) 
(D) 

7 

29 
48 
256 
i37 
(0) 
(0) 
73 
(D) 



1 .725 

1 .278 

1 .107 

1 .050 

57 

171 

047 

300 

285 

15 

147 



2.039 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
tD) 

2.468 
(0) 



101 .715 
(D) 
(D) 

2.063 

1 .848 
(01 
(D) 

1.115 
97.31 1 

1 .081 



96.230 
(D) 



875 
(D) 



32.418 

12.892 

8.029 

4.863 

(01 



(01 
(0) 



3.054 
(D) 
(D) 
(0) 
(D) 

(D) 

3.412 

(0) 



(01 
(0) 
2.314 
(D) 
(D) 
150 
(D) 
(D) 
70 

585 
1 .421 
5.015 
3.406 

(Dl 

(D) 
1 .221 

(D) 



31 .374 
24.11 1 
22.375 
21 .320 



1 I 



j55 



1 .636 
7.363 

5.058 

4.';87 

471 

2.305 



1 .945 

(d) 

(D) 
(D) 

fo) 

2.020 
(01 



101 



197 
(D) 
(D) 

1 .941 

1 .763 
(01 
(D) 

1.115 
97.121 

1 .066 



96.055 
(01 



756 
(D) 



29.614 

1 1 .643 

6.955 

4.688 

(D) 



(0) 
(0) 



2.545 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 

(01 

3.164 

(01 



(D) 
(□) 
2.244 
(D) 
(D) 
150 
(D) 
(D) 
60 

475 
1 .227 
4.945 
3.279 

(D) 

(D) 
1.21!e 

(D) 



27.741 

?0.615 

19.216 

13.21 1 

1 .005 

1 .40C 

7,125 

4.561 

4.273 

288 

2.564 



(d) 

(D) 
(D) 
(D) 



1.198 

(0) 

(D) 

33 

29 

(0) 

(D) 

11 

1 .135 

14 



1 .121 
(Dl 



12 
(D) 



794 
368 
246 
122 
(01 



(01 
(0) 



147 
(D) 
(D) 
(Dl 
(Dl 

(Dl 



(Dl 
(01 
26 
(D) 
(D) 
2 
(D) 
(D) 



12 
45 
75 
51 
(D) 
(0) 



(D) 



772 

549 

520 

489 

31 

29 

223 

160 

144 

16 

53 



38 
(D) 
CD) 

Co) 

CD) 



1 .181 

(Dl 

CD) 

29 

27 

(0) 

CD) 

I 1 

1 .129 

13 



1.116 
(0) 



CD) 



611 
279 
176 
103 
(D 



105 

Co) 

CD) 
(D) 

(Dl 

(01 
43 
(0) 



(0) 
(Dl 
23 
CD) 
CD) 
2 
CD) 
CD) 



9 

38 

70 

41 

(0) 

(Dl 

15 

CD) 



612 

424 

404 

378 

26 

20 

188 

134 

121 

13 

54 



StaiKiard Notes: (D) Withheld to avoid disclosure. ( N A ) Not available. n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified. XXX Not applicable. { Z ) Less than $500. 



Represents zero. 



CALIFORNIA 



5-41 



Table 104. SELECTED SERVICES: 1954 — COUNTIES WITH 200 ESTABLISHMENTS OR MORE — Continued 
Establishments, Receipts, Payroll, and Personnel, by Kind of Business 





Establishments 


Receipts 


PayroU, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 


PayroU. workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 


Paid employees, 
workweek ended 
nearest Nov. 15 


Proprie- 
tors (un- 
incorpo- 
rated 
busi- 
nesses 
only) 
(Numberl 


County and kind of business 


Total 

(Number) 


With 
payroll 

(N umber 1 


Total, all 
establish- 
ments 

($1,000) 


Establish- 
ments with 
payroll 

(tl.OOO) 


Total 
(Dollars) 


Full 
workweek 

( Dollars 1 


Total 

(Number) 


FuU 
workweek 

(Number! 


SAN FRANCISCO COUNTY 
(Coextensive with San Francisco City) 


7.271 

3.461 

1.331 

656 

672 

3 

43 

162 

287 

21 1 

62 

la 

1.036 

aae 

661 

187 

28 

160 

141 

19 

435 

330 

(MA) 

<NA) 

5 

12 

2 

86 

167 

56 

10 

3 

93 

1 .440 
177 
125 

n 

41 

57 

57 

3 

155 
21 

233 
16 
63 

159 

732 
6 
10 
25 
52 
21 
50 
22 

5if 

608 

395 

244 

4 

3 

19 

9 

1 1 

57 

48 

16 

1 

31 

166 

74 

92 

14 

33 

16 

17 


3.201 

1.257 

511 

254 

254 

3 

35 

62 

63 

49 

8 

6 

316 

206 

177 

29 

18 

92 

83 

9 

225 

170 

138 

32 

5 

10 

2 

38 

45 

5 

10 

4 

3 

23 

644 
121 
85 

9 
27 
47 
39 

1 
59 
17 
56 
12 
1 1 
33 
304 

4 

4 
15 

4 
13 
14 
18 

1 
231 

362 

223 

136 

4 

3 

11 

5 

7 

41 

16 

8 

1 

7 
128 
72 
56 
12 
19 
8 
1 1 


346,519 

57. 101 

12.258 

(D) 

7. 173 

(D) 

4,706 

4,205 

2, 167 

1 ,823 

(D) 

(D) 

12,831 

7,093 

6.394 

699 

409 

5,329 

4,620 

709 

18,467 

12. 180 

(NAI 

(NA 1 

716 

(D) 

(01 

1 , 028 

2.467 

(01 

646 

150 

(D) 

1 ,006 

143.672 

93, 163 

85,502 

(D) 

(D) 

4,749 

2,229 

20 

4,767 

1 ,704 

7,896 

1 , 170 

936 

5,790 

29, 144 

216 

399 

1 .862 

qn3 

678 
694 
542 
124 
23,326 

27,489 

13.464 

8,287 

235 

94 

454 

343 

272 

2.172 

1 ,607 

1.052 

(D) 

(d) 

9.126 

6,922 

2,204 

3,918 

981 

387 

594 


321 ,565 

45,767 
9,148 

(d) 

5,751 

(D) 

4.570 

3,547 

1 ,301 

1 .129 

(D) 

(Dl 

8.509 

3,289 

3,056 

233 

363 

4,857 

(d) 
(d) 

16,837 

10,888 

10,374 

514 

716 

(Dl 

(Dl 

758 

1 .855 

(Dl 

454 

(Dl 

(D) 

672 

137,944 

92,229 

84,692 

(D) 

(d) 

4,673 

2,103 
(Dl 

4,277 
(D) 

7,112 

1 .123 
742 

5,242 

25,904 

101 

(01 

1 .792 
69 
638 
566 
534 
(01 
21 ,668 

25.005 

11 ,332 

5,861 

235 

94 

380 

281 

258 

2.002 

1,221 

898 
CD) 
(D) 
(D) 
(Dl 
1 .950 
(01 
921 
357 
564 


93,746 

19, 157 

4,206 

(D) 

2,532 

(d) 

1.372 

1 ,