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OFFICE or NATIONAL RECOVERY AIMIIISTRATION 
DIVISION OF REVIEW 



SIIBSTITUTIOITS IN CONNECTION fflTE THE PRESIDENT'S PJSSMPLOYIvIENT A&REEl-ffiNT 

3Y: 
P.'iiil Hu-t c hi ng s 



WORK MTERIALS NO. 30 



DAB 



Lator Studies Section 
Jamiarj^, 1936 



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C N ? I D S H T I A L 

MEMORASromi Jamiary 30, 1936 

TO: SECTION HEADS 

SUBJECT: WORK MTERIALS NO. 30 

SUBSTITUTIONS IN CONNECTION ".TITH TIIE PRESIDENT'S REEIffLOIMENT AGREEl.fflNT 

This material via.s pre-pared loy Mr. Paul Hatchings of the Lator Studies 
Section, It is distributed for appropriate use "by interested Study Units, 



L. C. Marshall 
Director, Division of Review 

SUBSTITUTIONS IN GOMOICTION WITH THE PRESIDENT'S REEMPLOYMENT AGREmiENT 

This classification of PRA suhstitutions and coiTiarison of the nvjnher of 
employees in PRA suhstitiitions and NRA codes is an analysis similar to tha.t 
made for codified industries in Work Materials No. 13, 

The list of suhstitutions does not in any sense represent a complete 
summary of the industries or establishments operating under the President's 
ReemplovTient AgreeBient. It is a tabulation of the number of employees in the 
industries for which substitutions were granted from the original PElA, It is 
not l:no\Tn just what proportion of the employers in each of these industries 
actually'- signed the PSA com;oliance certificates or complied with its terms. 
No employer was bound unless he signed the PHA or its substitution. 

There were some 2,314,765 signers of the PRA or its substitutions. These 
included individuals, firms and trade associations. There is no evidence. to 
indicate the number of these signers who opere^ted under PELA substitutions and 
the number who complied with the conditions of the original PRA. It is proba- 
ble that establishments in the industries for which substitutions were obtain- 
ed operated under the provisions of these substitutions since they were less 
stringent tlian the original PRA. No information is here set forth on the 
number of employees j^ the e stablisl'iments of the signers of the PRA. 

The ts^b-'olation indicates the number of employees in industries for xrhich 
substitutions had been approved. It is not a calculation of the actuoi nujnber 
of employees in establishinents operating under the PRA. 

Estimates of emplovment for various PRA substitutions were obtained from 
the estimates for codified industries in Work Materials No. 13, wherever such 
clast'if ic3-tions coincided. The latter publication -ased. 1929 as its base j^ear 
limiting its data to wage earners only, and many of its estimates were based 
on Census classifications ajid returns, thereby excluding in many cases, parti- 
cularly in manufacturing industries, establishments doing less than $5,000 
gross annus,l business. In about one-third of the cases new estimates hs.d to 
be developed since' the scope of industries under PRA substitutions differed 
from, that of the codified industries. The information for these estimates was 
obtained from Code Airolication Piles, Research and Planning Division Industry 
Reports, Census Reports, files of Deputy Administrators and from Trade Associa- 
tions, All estimates, unless othenvise indicated, are for the year 1929, How- 



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ever, a much larger percentage of the estimates in this study than in TTork 
Materials Ko, 13 are for years after 1929, during which years emplojonent de- 
clined markedly, 

Emplojrraent estimates were not ohtained for a small group of PRA indus- 
tries eni3loying comparatively few workers. These omissions were due to the 
absence of a clear definition of the industry or distinctive industrial identi- 
ty '.There the products were manufactured in estahli slime nts belonging to a num- 
ber of industries, or to the existence of an overlap among the related in- 
dustries. As s. result there are no estimates for the following industries: 
Crepe Pajjer, Drug Label and Box, Label Maniafacturing, Pa-per Napkin, Telephone 
Manufacturing, P.aw Cotton, Bobbed and liegular Hairpin and Hauling for Ca.rload- 
ing and ForT/arding, All except the Raw Cotton are included within emplojTnent 
estima.tes for larger basic industry groupings; e.g., the Bobbed and Regular 
Hairpin Industry is included in the estimated total for Fabricated Metal Pro- 
ducts PPlA su.bstitutions. 

A summary tabulation is attached to permit a comparison of the ntimber of 
employees in the industries for which PRA substitutions were issued and the 
number of employees under WA codes. An analysis is made of the number of 
employees covered by PRA substitutions v/hich were later included in codified 
industries, and those which remained under PRA substitutions throughout the 
duration of 1\!RA. 



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ERA SU3STITUTI0KS AlW MPLOYSES COVEESD, BY 



KPJL Codes Employees 
applicable covered by 
to ERA PRA siibsti- 
Industry tut ion 

(Code Number) (thoiisands) 



1. IviETALS 



ALL APPROVED P3A SUBSTITUTIONS (385) 
EEHaOUS A1\ID NON-FSHZOUS (8 Subst.) 



Total 17,212-6 



AlLunintun 

Brass & Bronze Smelting & Refining 

CoiDper & Brass Milling Products 

Lead 

Nickel Alloys 

Quicksilver Producers 

Secondary Alumin-um cS; Alloys Manufacturing 

Zinc 

2. NON--METALLIC MINIERALS (20 Subst.) 

Asbestos 

Asphalt Shingle & ;Roofing 

Crucible Manufacturing 

Earthenirare Men-ofacturing 

Peldspar Grinding 

Eibre Wallboard 

Plat Glass Manufacturing 

Floor & Wall Clay Tile Manufacturing 

Glass Container 

Glassna-re Maniif acturing 

Grinding Wheel Manufacturing 

Insulation Board Manufacturing 

Mirror Manufacturing (1932) 

Portland Cement Manufa,cturing 

pLef ractories 

Stoneware Manufacturing 

Strtictural Clay Products Manufacturing 

Terra Cotta 

Vitrified Clay Sewer Pipe Manufacturing 

Windor; Gla.ss Manufactui'ing 

3. FUEL (5 Siibst.) 

Coke Mfg. 
Petroleum 
Natural Gas 

4. FOREST PRODUCTS (5 Sabst.) 

Ladder Mfg. 
Mop Stick Mfg. 
Shoe Last Mfg. 
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17.0 


173 


1.2 


81 


28.0 


422 


28,0 


443 


1.4 


351 


1.0 


268 


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555 


11.9 




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80 


10.5 


99 


S.O 


63 


.3 


322 


.9 


206 


1.1 


326 


3,3 


541 


16.9 


92 


9.5, 


36 


17.8 


215 


26.0 


170 


4.3 


353 


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1.3 


128 


33.4 


168 


17.1 


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2.4 


123 


94.0 


74 


4.2 


136 


9.8 


533 


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24 


6.4 


10 


959.0 


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107 
116 

405 



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KhlA. Codes Employees 



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4. POIffiST H?.0 DUCTS (Cont'd) 

Wood rieel Mfg. 
ITood Preserving 

5. CHEMI GAIiS. FAINTS, & DP.UGS (22 Sutst.) 

Blea.ched Shellac 

Biiffing & Polishing Composition 

Candle Mfg. 

Carhon Black 

Casein Plc.stics & Related Products (1933) 

Dry Color 

Fertilizer 

L3"e Ilanufactnring 

0::;j'-Acet3^1ene Mfg. 

Pacliage tie di cine Mfg. 

Paint, Varnish & Lacquer Ilfg, 

Perffxies, Cosnetics & Toilet Preparations. 

Pliarnaceutical & Biological Produ.cts 

Printing Ink Mfg. 

Shoe & Leather Pinishes 5: Cement Mfg, 

Shoe Polish Mfg, 

Soa.p C: C-lycerine Mfg, 

Stea-n Solvent I^Taval Stores Mfg. (1933) 

Stearic Acid (incl. Sulphuric Acid) (1933) 

Tanning Extract Mfg, 

TTitch Hazel 

6., ^ PAPEP. (24 Substitutions) 

Corrugated & Fibre Shipioing Container 
Crepe Paper 
Drug Label & Box 
Pibre Can & Tube 
Piute d Cup Pan Liner & Lace Cup 
Polding Paper Box Manufacturing 
Pood Dish & Paper Plate Manufacturing 
Glazed & Pancy Paper Manufacturing 
Gui'nuing 

Guinn.ed Label & Embossed Seal Manufacturing 
Liquid Tjnoe Container Manufacturing 
Loose Leaf Manufacturing 
Paper fj Pulp Manufa.ctijjing 
Paper Board Manufacturing 
Psper Box Manufacturing 

Paper Disc Milk Bottle Cap Manufacturing 
Paper Ncipkin Manufacturing 

Sample Card Mfin^afacturing (1933) 

Stationery Tablet Sc School Paper Manufacturing 
Stereotype Dry Mat 
Tag ilanti-facturing 
9576 



270 11.0 

481 10.1 

Total 129.0 



403 


A 

. — 


97 


.1 


302 


.8 


269 


1.5 


— 


.8 


407 


2.4 


67 


20.9 


300 


.9 


155 


10.1 


430 


16.4 


71 


29,2 


361 


13,1 


529 


10.7 


339 


2.4 


184 


.2 


184 


1.4 


83 


14.4 


_ 


1.5 


— 


.4 


374 


.9 


251 


.5 , 




Total 259.9 


245 


13.2 


120 


— 


167 


~ 


305 


3.2 


2S6 


.6 


193 


15.0 


247 


1.5 


248 


1.8 


293 


.8 


294 


1.3 


252 


.6 


412 


10.5 


120 


128,0 


100 


28,0 


167 


40.0 


246 


.4 


301 


2.0 


ISO 


7.0 


492 


.2 


249 


2.2 



-7- 



6. PAPEE (Cont'd) 



Vegeta'ole Parchment Paper 
?feter]proof Paper Manufacturing 
¥ax Paper Manufacturing 



7. RUBBEP (1 SulDstitution) 



Sheet P.uhher & Related S^'ondries Manufacturing 



EQ,UIH/IE1MT & MACHIlvTSRY MP&. (35 Suhst.) 

Aircraft Mfg. 

Anti-Priction Bearing 

Auto Pr.rts & Equipment 

Chlorine Control Apparatus 

Co-iiiercial Refrigerator 

CoMnercial Vehicle Body Mfg. 

Cooking & Heating Appliance 

Electrical Mfg. 

Electric Storage & Primary Battery 

Earni Equipment 

Gas Appliance Mfg. 

Gas Co ck 

Gasoline Pump 

Heat Exchange 

Hide & Leather Working Machinery 

Industrial Safety Equipment Mfg, 

Master Engravers Trade 

Meat Packing & Allied Products Mach. Equip. Mfg. 

Me c hsji i c al Pack ing 

Oil Burner 

Packaging Machinery Mfg. 

Poultry Equipment Mfg. 

Radio Mfg. 

Refrigerating Machinery 

Roller & Silent Chain Manufacture 

Scientific Apparatus 

Sening Machine Mfg. 

Sheet Steel Farm Eqtiipment 

Shoe Machine Mfg. 

Shovel, Dragline & Crane Mfg. 

Silo Mfg. 

Standardized Shop i.ssem"bled Metal Tank Mf^ 

Steel 'Tubular & Pire Box Boiler Mfg. 

Telephone Mfg, 

Tra^iler Mfg. 



MA Codes 


Empl 


.oj^ees 


applicahle 


covered by 




to PRA 


PRA 


Substi~ 


Indus try 


tution 


(Code 


number) 


(thousands) 




120 




1.0 




295 




.7 




166 




1.9 






Tot a] 


. 77.5 


ing 


(156 




77.5 




(342 










Total 


686.9 




-* 




14.7 




138 




IS. 8 




105 




79.0 




536 




5.0 




181 




4.0 




486 




7.7 




236 




14.2 




4 




292.0 




40 




11.3 




39 




36.2 




134 




20.3 




70 




.4 




26 




3.3 




56 




5.5, 




320 




.4 




315 




1.5 




324 




1.8 


. Mfg. 


75 




2.0 




428 




1.7 




25 




37.5 




72 




3.8 


(1933) 


39 




3.0 


(1931) 


4 




37.0 


(1933) 


347 




5.0 


(1933) 


347 




1.5 




114 




16.0 




402 




25.2 




39 




1.0 




387 




5.4 




102 




14.4 




39 




1.5 


'• 


154 




12.8 




62 




3.3 




4 




— 




471 




1.1 



9576 



9. 









KRA Codes 


Erap] 


.oyees 








arnjlicahle 


covered hy 








"to P2A 


PEA 


SuDst. 








Industry 


(thousands) 






(Code Kt-jnher) 






POOD (74 Su.;Dst.) 






Total 1_ 


540.6 


Anti-Hog Cliolera Serum & Hog 


Cholera 










Virus Mfg. 






LP 7 




1.2 


Baty Ciiich Hatchery 






LP 6 




2.5 


Balling 






445 




186.0 


Bailing Powder 






- 




1.1 


Biscuit Ca Cracker Mfg. 






- 




35.0 


Brewing 




(1933) 


LP 10 




30.5 


Butter 




(1933) 


- 




16.3 


Cane Sugar Refining 




(1933) 


- 




11.0 


Cane Syrup Packing & Mixing 






- 




.5 


Canning 






446 




99.0 


Cheese 






548* 




4.9 


Chening &xm Mfg. 






241 




2.0 


Cigarette, Chewing & Smohing 


Tohacco 










& Sn-uff 




(1933) 


549 




32.0 


Cigar Mfg. 




- 


467 




84.0 


Cocoa & Chocolate 






464 




5.0 


Cocoanut Oil Refining & Processing 




— 




1.0 


Coffee 






265 




9.1 


Confectionery Mfg. 




(1933) 


463 




41.0 


Corn Milling 




(1934) 


— 




5.0 


Corn Oil & Packing 






— 




6.8 


Corn Products 






— 






Cornstarch Packing 




(1934) 


- 




8.7 


Corn Syrup Packing & Mixing 






- 




' 


Cotton Ginning 




(1933) 


- 




90.0 


Cotton Seed Crushing 






- 




7.5 


Coiintry ffrain Elevator 






LP 14 




24,6 


Dog IPood Mfg. 




(193S) 


450 




2.0 


Dressed Poultry Receiving & Distr. 




- 




6.0 


Dry Milk 




(1933) 


— 




1.0 


Egg cz Poultry 




(1933) 


— 




174.9 


Evaporated Milk 




(19S3) 


_ 




6.0 


I'eed Mfg. 


■ 


(1931) 


LP 16 




S.4 


Plo.voring Extract 




(1933) 


516 




2.5 


Pluid Milk 




(1933) 


— 




99.4 


Pood Desserts 




(1933) 


- 




14.5 


Pruit & flavoring Sjnrup Mfg. 






516 




.o 


Gla.zed Pruit & Maraschino Cherry 


(1933) 


460 




.7 


Grain Exchange 






LP 8 




50.0 


Ice 






43 




100.0 


Ice Cream 




(1933) 


— 




24.0 


Imported Green Olive 






491 




1.0 



* Ap^olies to Package Cheese only. 



9576 



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KRA Codes 
Applicable 
to ERA 
Industry 
(Code 1111111136 r) 



9. J'OOS (Continued) 

Linseed Oil Ma.nufacturing 

Livestock Market At^encies 

llacaroni Manirfacturing 

Llalt Manufacturing 

Mayonnaise 

Meat Packing 

Milk Sugar Manufacturing 

Oleomargine 

Olive Oil Packing 

Oyster Growers & Dealers 

Oyster Shell Crushers 

Pacific Coast Dried Pruit 

Pa.ckage Cereal Pood Manufacturing 

Peanut Butter 

Pecan Shelling 

Pickle Packers 

Prepared MListard 

Preserves & Mincemeat Manufacturing 

Pretzel Manufacturing 

PlIcb Milling 

Sausage Casing Manufacturing 

Seed Trade 

Soda Water Plavoring Manufacturing 

Soft Drink 

Spice M3-nufacturing 

Stockyards Industry 

SyrLip cc Molasses 

Tea 

Terminal Elevator Grain 

Vinegar 

T/heat Plour Milling 

■wholesale Lohster Dealers 

Yeast 



(1931) 
(1933) 



(I933j 
(1933) 
(1933) 
(1933) 

(1933) 



LP 11 

234 

LP 22 

349 



308 
452 
546 

378 

528 
524 



460 

(1933) 503 

LP 5 

547 
515 
459 
424 



(1933) 
(1933) 
(1933) 
(1934) 



LP 8 

LP 17 
308 
475 



Employees 
covered "by 
PR A Stihsti- 

tution 
(thousands) 



1.8 

4.8 

5.1 

.6 

4.2 

108.0 

.1 

2.3 

.6 

10.0 

.5 

8.6 

8.2 

1.7 

12.5 

8.8 

.7 

3.2 

2,3 

1.5 

2.6 

15,5 

.6 

93.0 

•9 
5.2 
1.5 
3.5 
5.0 
1.0 
27.0 

.9 
1.7 



* Applies only to PreserveSc 

10. TEXTILES ^ PABRIC5 (23Suhst.) 

Batting & Pa.dding 

Bias Tape Mfg. 

Curled Hair (1934) 

Dra.pery & Upholstery Trimming Mfg. 

Dry Goods Cotton Batting 

Pahric Auto Equipment 

Hair & Jute Pelt Mfg. 

Millinery, Dress Trimming, Braid & Textile 

Rai.7 Cotton Trade 

Ea-yon Weaving 

9576 





Total 160.8 


417 


7.0 


441 


.8 


427 


.8 


212 


1.0 


404 


.7 


226 


1.2 


73 


2.0 


69 


1.1 


1 




48 


60.0 



-10- 



KRA Codes 
Ap"oli cable 
" to PEA 
Industry 
(Code llTom'ber) 



10. TEXTILES - FABRICS (Continued) 

Rayon & Synthetic Yarn Producing 

RilDoon & Hot ion Novelty 

Shoe Lace & Braid Manufacture 

Shower Curtain Mfgo 

Slit Fabric Mfg. 

Table Oil Cloth Mfg. 

Textile Processing 

Velvet Mfg. 

Wadding Mfg. 

Wee.ving Specialties Mfg. 

Wool Felt Mfg. 

Wool Stock 

Wool Trade 



(1933) 
(1933) 



(1935) 
(1933) 



14 

48 

312 

214 
255 
235 
188 
395 

143 

213 



Em-oloyces 
covered by 
PEA Substi- 
tution 
(thousands) 



39.1 
6.0 
3.8 
2.4 
1.7 
1.4 

14.0 
4.7 
.4 
1.6 
2.2 
4.7 
4.2 



11. TEXTILES - APPAREL (18 Subst.) 

Art Needle'vork 

Canvas Products 

Comfortable Mfg. (1933 ) 

Covered Button 

Fibre & Metal Work Clothing Button 

G-cirter, Suspender & Belt Mfg. 

Hat Mfg. 

Hrnc Jeer chief 

Itaitted Outerwear Mfg. 

La.ce Curtain 

Leather & Wool Knit C-love Mfg. 

Mens Heckwear 

Novelty Curtain, Prspery, Bedspread & 

Novelty Pillow Mfg. 
Powder Puff Mfg. 
Robe Mfg. 
Umbrella 

Washable Service Apparel Mfg. (1933 ) 

Women's Belts 



12. LEATHER AMD FURS (4 Subst.) 

Boot and Shoe Mfg. 

Luggage & Fancy Leather Goods 

Saddlery 

Tanners 



Total 129.6 



335 


5.0 


333 


7.2 


226 


1,3 


336 


.7 


341 


.2 


94 


6.3 


259 


22.0 


53 


6.0 


164 


29.0 


78 


6.9 


87 


9.2 


363 


8.6 


79 


8.5 


216 


3.0 


211 


2.0 


51 


2.9 


^ 


7.8 


41 


3.0 




Total 284.7 



44 
42 
45 
21 



206.0 

17.0 

3.3 

58.4 



9576 



-Il- 



ls. FAERICATINa (53 Sutst.) 

Alloy Casting 

Advertising SiDecirlty 

Bajid Instrument Mfg. 

Bedding Mfg. 

Beverage Dispensing Eo_uipment 

Bobted 8c Regular Hairpin 

Brush Mfg. 

Buff 8c Polishing Wheel 

Business Furniture, Equipment & 

Can Mfg. 

Cap & Closure 

Chain Mfg. 

Closet Accessories 

Collepsihle Tahe Mfg. 

Cutlery Mfg. 

Cutting Die Mfg. 

Dental Laboratory 

Die Ca.sting Mfg. 

Dress Sna.p Fastener 

Drop Forging Manufacture 

Fa.hricated Metal Products 

File Mfg. 

Funeral Sup-oly Merchants 

Furniture Mfg. 

General Tool & Implement Mfg. 

Gray Iron Found'^y 

Hand Chain Hoist 

Heavy Forging Mfg. 

Je\?eled Watch Mfg. 

Jexrelry & Allied Industries Mfg. 

Lighting EquiiDment Manufacture 

Malleahle Iron Casting 

Marking Device Mfg. 

Metal Lath Mfg. 

Mop Mfg. 

Mop & Polish Mfg. 

ITon-Perrous Foundry Casting 

Ion-Ferrous Hot Water Tank Mfg. 

Office Equipment Mfg. 

Optical 

Photographic Mfg. 

Pigjio Mfg. 

Porcelain Enameling 

Safety Razor & Blade Mfg. 

Saw (S; Steel products Mfg. 

Silverware Mfg. 





ITEA Codes 


Employees 




ap"oli cable 


covered by 




' to PRA 


PRA substi- 




Industry 


tution 


(Code Kumber) 


(thousands) 






rotal 284.7 




237 


14.7 


(1933) 


65 


7.0 




273 


2.1 




219 


17.2 




334 


2.8 




84 


— 




360 


7.2 




97 


.1 


SupTDly 


88 


9.5 




152 


31.5 




58 


2.9 


(1932) 


84 


1.6 




84 


.2 




345 


1.8 


(1933) 


84 


7.6 


-(1933) 


84 


1.7 




217 


10.0 




323 


7.0 




84 


.4 




423 


13.3 




84 


376.8- 


(1933) 


84 


2.6 




90 


13.3 




145 


193.0 




84 


4.3 




277 


80.0 


(1933) 


84 


.2 


(1933) 


423 


2.4 




130 


7.9 




175 


30.0 


(1933) 


84 


11.3 




132 


38.0 




59 


3.0 




344 


.9 




227 


.5 


(1932) 


159 


1.9 




165 


18.5 


(1933) 


84 


.2 


(1932) 


89 


41.9 




49 


9.7 




12 


13.0 




91 


3.8 


(1932) 


84 


6.0 


(1932) 


489 


5.0 




274 


4.1 




177 


16.0 



9575 



-IS- 



IS. gimaiCATIIIQ- (Continued) 

Slide Fastener Mfg, 

Siaolring Pipe Mfg, 

Solid Section Steel Window Mfg. 

Specialty Accounting Supioly Mig, 

Surgical Instrument 

Toj & Plaything 

Washing & Ironing Machine Mfg. 



14. GRAPHIC ARTS (15 Suhst.) 

Advertising NeT^spaper 

Bajilaiote Companies 

Book Mfg. 

City Directory 

Commercial iKiplicating & Mailing 

Dadly Ne;^sp8X)er Publishing 

Lahel Mfg. 

Lithographic 

Magazine & Periodical Puhlishing 

Mou-nting & Finishing 

JNTon-Uetropolitpji Publishing 
& Printing 

Paper Dress Pattern 
(Printing ) 

(printers Leag^ae of W. Y.) 

Steel t§: Copxier Plate Engraving 



NRA Codes 
ap'oli cable 
to PR A 
Industry 
(Code Kumber) 



Employees 
covered by 
PRA substi- 
tution 
(thoxisands) 





243 


1.3 




225 


1.7 




205 


2.7 


(1928) 


432 


6.5 




501 


1.9 




86 


23.8 




93 


7.1 
Total 430.2 


(1933) 


287 


1.3 




287 


7.5 


(1933) 


287 


17.0 


(1933) 


- 


1.1 


(1932) 


- 


12.0 




288 


105.0 




287 


- 


(1933) 


287 


14.0 


(1933) 


287 


50.0 




287 


1.1 


(1933) 


287 


80.0 




- 


2.3 


(1933) 


287 


130.0 


(1933) 


287 


7.9 



15. C0HSTIL7CTI0N (7 Substitutions) 

31ii3 Print Reproduction & Drav/ing Material 

Construction 

Metropolitan N. Y. House Wrecking 

Reenforcing Material Fabrica„ting 

Structural Steel & Iron Fabricating 

Water Well Drilling (1933) 

Steel Plate Fabricating 



Total 2,498.9 



537 


6.0 


244 


2,400.0 


318 


5.0 


127 


3c.9 


400 


49.0 


- 


16.3 


390 


20.7 



16. TRJvI^SPORTATIOH & COMvinnCATIOH (ll Subst.) 



Armored Car 

Domestic Freight F^orvarding 
Electric Light & Povier 
Gas Operating Utility 



Total 2,154.0 



(1933) 


278 


1.4 




162 


2.8 


(1932) 


— 


236.0 


(1932) 


- 


67.3 



9576 



-is- 



le. TEilTSPOHTATION & COI/&..UMICATIOM (Continued ) 



KRA Codes 
applicatle 
' to PEA 
Industry 
(Code WumTDer) 



Employees 
covered by 
PEA substi- 
tution 
( thousazids) 



Haxiling for Ctirloading & Poniarding Cos. 

Ee,dio Broadcasting 

Telegrsphic Comr.mni cat ions 

Telephone Companies (Bell) 

Telephone Coiapanies (independent) 

Transit 

Trucking 



17. FIHMCS (7 Substitutions) 

Banl^ers 

(Casualty & Surety Undervrti'ters) 
(ivJutuaJL Insurance ) 

ITire Underwriters 

Insurance Agents 

Marine Underwriters 

Personal Zinajice Cos. 



(1932) 
(1933) 



(1930) 



(1930) 
(1933) 
(1933) 



278 




129 


8.0 


- 


60.9 


^ 


315.0 


28 


264.0 


278 


1,198.6 




Total 824.1 


47 


300.0 


- 


195.3 


>. 


50.0 


- 


256.9 


- 


5,1 


- 


16.0 



18. EECSEATION 



ITo Aporoved Substit^o.tion in This G-roup 



19. SERVICE! TEAD3S (lO Subst.) 



Advertising Agency 

Ba.rber Shop & Beauty Shop 

Cleajiing & D;/eing 

Laundry 

Linen Supply 

Office Building 

Outdoor Advertising 

Parking 

Photo Finishing 

Saw Service 



20. DISTRIBUTING- TRiODES WHOLESALE (29 Subst.) 

Bakers & Confectioners Supply 
Button Jobbers 
Comiercial Stationer 







Total 


919.8 




^ 




12.0 




398* 




313.0 




101 




110.0 




281 




210.5 




281 




22.5 


(1933) 


- 




51.0 




304 




15,5 




147 




130.0 




362 




55.0 


(1933) 


— 




.3 


) 




Total 


587.8 




196 




2.9 


(1933) 


201 




1.7 


(1933) 


201 




15.3 



Applies only to Barber Shop 



9576 



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20. I)IST::J3UTIIIG TRjO^S rrlOLESALE (Continued) 



WA Codes 
ap'olicalDle 
to PRA 
Industry 
(Code ITtuater) 



Employees 
covered ''oj 
PRA sti-l^sti- 

tution 
(thousr-nds) 



Construction Equipment Distr. 
Cotton Compress & Warehouse 
El at G-lass Distributing 
Plour Distributing 
Eood & G-rocery Distributing 
Eur r i e r s Supp ly 

Incus trial Supplies Kacli. Distribu 
Jewelry Wholespders 
Metropolitan Mill, liarine & Con- 
tractors Supplies Distributing 
ITenspaper & Magazine Distributing 
Optical Ti7holesaling 
Paper Distributing Trade 
Spjiitary Wiping Cloth 
Scrap Iron & Steel 
Sheet Metal Distributing 
Steel Warehouse 
Terrtile Distributing 
Used Textile Bag 
T7a-ste Mfg. 
Waste Material 
Wholesale Automotive 
Wholesale Drug 
Wholesale Dry G-oods 
Wholesale Hard-^'are 
Wholesale Stationery 
Wiping Cloth 





223 


5.0 


(1933) 


— 


25.0 


(1933) 


201 


4.5 




201 


6.9 




196 


115.0 


(1933) 


201 


.5 


ting 


61 


29.3 


(1933) 


201 


1.0 


(1933) 


^ 


1.8 


(1933) 


- 


4.3 




448 


5.9 




176 


25.0 




- 


4.0 




330 


80.0 


(1933) 


201 


4.5 




4-78 


5.0 


(1933) 


201 


2.7 




267 


6.0 


(1933) 


149 


.9 




330 


100.0 




163 


29.1 


(1932) 


— 


36.5 


(1933) 


201 


26.0 




201 


41 . 5 


(1933) 


201 


7.5 




298 


4.0 



21. DISTRI3UTIMG TRADES BSTaIL (l6 Subst.) 



Total 4,053.1 



Academic Costume 




299 


.5 


Auto Retailing 




46 


S50.0 


Elorisi 


bs 


(1933) 


50 


50.0 


Herchpnt Tailoring 




494 


23.3 


Restaurant 




282 


609.0 


Retail 


Auto Maintenance 




543 


115.0 


Retail 


Coal Merchants 




280 


346 ..0 


Retail 


Confectioners 


(1933) 


- 


220.0 


Retail 


Drug 




50A 


148.6 


Retail 


Trade 




60 


1,843.0 


Retail 


Eeed Distributing 


(1933) 


60 


47.5 


Retail 


Fruit & Vegetable 


(1933) 


182 


17.8 


Retail 


Jewelry 




142 


38.2 


Retail 


Optical 




454 


14.0 


Retail 


Lumber & Lumber Products 




33 


186.0 


Retail 


Tobacco 




466 


34.2 



9576