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OFFICE OF NATIONAL RECOVERY ADMINISTRATION 
DIVISION OF REVIEW 



WAGES AND HOURS IN AMERICAN INDUSTRY 
NRA SOURCE MATERIAL 



By 



Solomon Barkin 
Anne Page 



WORK MATERIALS NO. NINE 



IN THREE VOLUMES 
VOLUME II 



LABOR STUDIES SECTION 
MARCH, 1936 



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T;l3LI 314 

TifOOD WOFJCI"/G :,LA.C:iIEIRY IlliUSTRY 
CLASSIFIED IIOUxi.Y l.AJS'IJCrS 01 FACTCHY WAC-Ii LAPjrjHS. 

Feek of J-U-nG 15, 1933 



Hourly Larnin;;;s 
Cents Per Hours 



(To l;e Used Vidth Caution) 



Facto i 



waA'e learners. 



i'ujnocr 



Per Cent 



Cunul3.tive 
Per Cc;nt 



Under 1.3 


1^ 


15-19.9 


2 


20-24,9 


11 


2C-29,9 


43 


30-34.9 


91 


35-39.9 


127 


40-44. 3 


168 


45-:-9. 9 


188 


50-54. 9 


193 


5&-59.9 


116 


60-69.9 


101 


70-79.9 


34 


80 and over 


22 


Tot<-l 


1098 



.2 



.2 



.2 


.4 


1.0 


1.4 


Cjm y 


5.3 


8„3 


13.6 


11.6 


"5.2 


15.3 


40.5 


17.1 


57.6 


17,6 


75.2 


10.5 


85.7 


9.2 


94.9 


5.1 


98.0 


2.0 


100.0 


100.0 





SOURCIi: ITRA qucstior.riaire retur.-^s, 40 concerns re;-)ortinj. Tabulation 

oy the Bureau of the Census for the National rLecovcry Ac'jnini strati oi 
Division of Researcli and Plavniin,;, Decurn'ber 21, 193,'',. 



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T.AJ3LE 315 

T700D TOIlICinG IL^CHIiiEHY IKDUSTRY 
CLASSiriED WEEKLY ZiUlITIUaS 01? OPFICI, HJ'LOYEES 
WEEK OF JUiffi 15, 1933 



'To be Uaed v/±th Caution) 



Weekly Ei 


?.rnin,iS 
b) 

L' HOVJC 




Office Eraol 


ovees 


(dollari 
Cents Pel 


Humber 


Per Cent 
1.0 


Ciiriiulative 
Per Cent 


Less thfi.n 5.00 


2 


1.0 


5.00 to 9.99 


11 


5.3 


6.3 


10.00 to 


14.99 


39 


18.9 


25.2 


15,00 to 


19.99 


47 


22.8 


48.0 


20.00 to 


24.99 


48 


23.3 


71.3 


25.00 to 


29^99 


15 


7.3 


78.6 


30.00 to 


34.99 


18 


8.7 


87.3 


35.00 to 


39.99 


9 


4.4 


91.7 


40.00 to 


44.99 


3 


1.5 


93.2 


45.00 anc 


I over 


14 


6.8 


100.0 



Total 



206 



100.0 



So-urce: IJEA. queFitiijnuaii'e returns , 40 concerns reporting, 
Ta-bulation by the Bureau of the Census for the 
National Recovery Administration, Division of 
Research and Planning, December 21, 1933 



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TABLE 316 

3EATER, JORDAN Ai.'I) ALLIED EQUIP! iENT li'DUSTRY 

CLASSIFIED WELIvLY EOURS OF lOhK FOR FACTORY WAGE EAR1^TERS 

Ji.me 15, 1933 



F^.ctory \]ar,e Earners 



Hours 
Worked 



N\inl3er 



Per Cent 



Cuijnul.at ive 
Per Cent 



20 hours or less 

20.1 - 25 

25.1 - 30 • • 

30.1 - 35 • 

35.1 - 40 _— — 

40.1 - 45 

45.1 - 50 

50.1 ~ 55 

55.1 ~ 60 

Over 60 

Total 



21 


14.8 


14.8 


. -.5 


3. 5 


18.3 


8 


5.6 


23.9 


6 


4.2 ■ 


28.1 


12 


8.5 


36.6 


13 


9.2 


45.8 


29 


20.4 


66.2 


24 


15.9 


83.1 


8 


5.6 


88.7 


16 


11.3 


100.0 



142 



100.0 



Source: IT.R.A. questionnaire returns, 6 concerns reporting. Tabulation 
by the Bureau of the Census for the National Recovery Administration, 
Division of Research and Planning, Decenher 15, 1933, 



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33AT?^R, JORDAN AiT) ALLIED >;-nJIPi;^-l' T I'DHSTIIY 

classi7ii;d 'r^uRS of wonK ?^^r o/tpt for iagj^ 
eaen::r3 ik juus, 1929, aj'ID ju^") afd qctob:'r, 1933 

( T o_b e _ Use d__va th_C auti on ) 



Plours ' 'orlTed 



-er Shift June, 1929 ' " Jxine, 1933 October, 1933 



7 to 7.9 - - 22 

8 to 8.9 12 "■ ■ 14 107 

9 to 9.9 14 71 ■ 

10 to 10,9 160 

Total 186 85 129 



Souroo: I^A Questionnaire returns, 6 concerns reporting. Tabula- 
tion by tlio Bureau of the Census for the ilational Recovery 
Administration, Division cf Rssearch and Planning, DecoFiber 
15, 1933, 



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TABLE 318 ^ 

B2iiTER, JOREAi' kiTD ALLIED E'^UIPiiEin' IIIDUSTRY 
CLASSIFIED H0U2LY E^J^J-IJ'C-S OU E.-CTORY TLA.GE EAffilERS 
Jxme 15, 1933 



Hourly 
Earnin£;s 
Cents Per Hour 



Factory ITa|S:e E arners 



Cujralative 
Per Cent Per Cent 



I'limlDer 



Under 15 . 
15 - 19.9 
20 - 24.9 

30 - 54.9 
35 - 39.9 
40 - 44.9 
45 - 49.9 
■50 - 54,9 
55 - 59.9 
60 -r 69,9 
70 - 79,9 
80 and over 



Total 



11 

27 

17 

21 

30 

12 

7 

6 

1 

2 



14S 



5.6 

7.8 

19.0 

12.0 

14.8 

21.1 

8.5 

4.9 

4.2 

0.7 

1.4 



100.0 



5.6 
15,4 
32,4 
44,4 
59.2 
80.3 
88,8 
95.7 
97.9 
98.6 
100,0 



Source: K.R.A. questionns.ire r-oturns, 6 concerns reporting. Tabulation 
by the Bureau of the Census for the National Recovery Administration, 
Division of Research and Planning:, December 15, 1933. 



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TABLE 319 
BEATER, JOPDAF alTD ALLIED EQ,ITIP; :EITT Iin)USTEY 
CLASSIFIED 1/ESiaY EAl"Lt"Ii;C-S OF OFFICE EliPLOYEES 
June 15, 1933 

"I/neicly Office Employees 

F-.:-nings Cumulative 

( • •'; ' ! -iTJlsJ Mimter Per Cent Per Cent 

:,- 3 ■':-.an 5„00 

. iO tc 9,90 

lu.oo tc 14 s:^ . 2 

:.-:<,00 to 19^£ ) ..- 4 

20.00 to- 24,99 9 

.■25.00 tO' 29^99 — • 3 . ; 

30.00 to- 34,99 — " 1 

3oc00 to-3D„S9 — 5 

40,00 to '4-^1,, 99 



45„00 and over 



Total 25 



Source: I'.R.A. questionnaire retnxns, 6 concerns reporting. TalDulation 
by the Bureau of the Census for the National Recoverj'- Administration, 
Division of Research and Planning, December 15, 1933. 



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TABLE 320 
WATER METER MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY 
CLASSIFIED WEEKLY HOURS OF FACTOID iVORXERS DURING THE MONTH OF AUGUST, 1933 



Working Hours 
Per Wnek 



Number 




Cumulative 


of 


Per Cent 


Per Cent 


Workers 


of Total 


of Total 


42 


2.7 


2.7 


334 


21.1 


23.8 


397 


25.1 


48.9 


473 


29.9 


78.8 


85 


5.4 


84.2 


10 


0.6 


84.6 


41 


2.6 


87.4 


200 


12.6 


100.0 



Under 20 
20- 29,9 • 
30- 34,9 ' 
35- 39.9 
40-44.9 • 
45- 49.9 
50- 59.9' 
60 and oVer 



Total 1582 100.0 



Source: Water Meter Institute - special report. National Recovery Administra- 
tion, Division of Research and Planning. The Vi/'ater Metrr Manufacturing 
Industry, prepared by J. A. Hanley, and R, von Huhn, March 2, 1934. 



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TABL3 321 
YiTATSR HE.TER i/lAITOFACTUIIIKG INDUSTRY 
CLASSIFIED HOURLY EARIJINGS OF FACTORY ViTORlSRS DURING THE MONTH OF AUGUST, 1933 



Actual 
Hourly 
Earnings 



(, cents) 
20 - 24.9 ■ 

25 - 29.9 ■ 

30 - 34.9 ■ 

35 - 3S,9 

40 - 49,9 

50 - 59.9 

60 - 79.9 

80 - 99,9 

$1.00 and over 



Number 


of 




Cumulat ive 


Vfege 




. Per Cent 


Per Cent 


Earn-3 


rs 


of Total 


of Total 


u 




C,5 


0.5 


123 




7.8 


8,3 


85 




5.4 


13.7 


107 




6.8 


20.5 


383 




24.2 


44.7 


329 




20.8 


65.5 


402 




25.4 


90,9 


124 




7.8 


98.7 


21 




1.3 


100,0 



Total 



1582 



100,0 



Source: Water Meter Institute - special report. National Recovery Administra- 
tion, Division of Research and Planning. The Vifater Meter Manufacturing 
Industry, prepared by J. A, Hanley and R. von Huhn, March 2, 1934, 



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TA'JLH 322 

li;l;;o:"u cok: d?jli. ^Jii'LJi^XTUPJNG ifdustri 

CLASSIFIl^D V/UHILY KO'-JHS OI? wCZK '^OH EAGTORY 'JlkGZ LAISIIIRS 
Wi:::i: of June 15, 193<' 



Hours 

V/orked ilwnber 



20 ho 1.11- s or Icsn 

20.1 - 25 1 

25.1 - oO 1 

30.1-55 •• • 

'55.1' - 40 2 

40.1 -,45 2 

45. 1-50 -43 
50.1 - 55 
55. 1 - GO 

60 or laorc 



Total 49 



Source: I'RA cuestionnriro returns, 5 co;TCems reporting. Tabulation by 
the Eurea,u of the C(,ns\i.s I'or the Uational Recovery Adrninistratio: 
Divi'^ionof Research aiid Planning: , Feb. 9, 1934 



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3IiL;0i"D CCa:: drill :.A:KTIV,G!i?U2IlTG ••;. 
CLASSIill-iD ilOuHLY I.j-BVIIGS Or 2U£T0Ii:Y w£gl; LASITI^RS, 
■<r.Li: C? Jul". 15, 1935 



Iloiu-ly 
l.arni;\:,5 
Cents Tcr liowr 



Iliinbcr 



Under ^1-0 Cents 
40 - 4^1.9 
45 - 49. 9 
50 - 54.9 
5^. - :9.9 
60 - G9.9 
70 - 7S.9 
80 anc. over 

Total 



30 



49 



Sgi'jtcc: ISA questionxiairc retvrns 5 concerns reporting. Tabulrtion 

by the Bureau of the Census for the Uationrl Ttecovery Administration 
Division of P.eserrch end Pla^inini-:. Feb. 9, 1934. .{ 



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TABLE 324 
DIAlvIOiro cons DRILL iviAillFACniRIilG Il^DUSTP-Y 
CLASSIFIED TESKLY Ejmx:iiJGS OF OFFICE EI.IPLOYEES, 
¥eek of ' Jimc 15, 1933 



Weekly Earnings 

(Dollars) !"-'jmber 

Under 10.00 

10-14.99 8 

15-19.99 

20-24.99 1 

25 - 29 . 99 :. 5 

30-34.99 1 

35-39.99 1 

40-44.99 

45 and over - 

Total 16 



Source: F. R. A. questionnp..! re. returns, 5 concerns re-oorting. Tabulation 

Td7 the Bureau of tlie Census for the I'ational '.lecoverir Administration 
Division of Research and Planning, Febroa.r;'' 9, 1934. 



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i"EGIiANt:AL LUliHt:ATOR 11-^^ .'S^RY 



0L:.S£'IFIED TEEKLY iOURS OE ]'AJ''0RY.7rAGE.EARKERS 

i'OR ti::k op juije i5, 19 & 3 • ■ 



?Ext ce:?t of total factory TORISRS a/" 



WEEKLY 
HOURS 


20 Hours or Under 


20.1 


to 


25 


25.1 


to 


50 


30.1 


to 


35 


35.1 


to 


40 


40.1 


to 


45 


45.1 


to 


50 


50.1 


to 


55 


55.1 


to 


60 


60.1 


to 


65 


65.1 


to 


70 


70.1 


to 


75 


75.1 


to 


80 



NON-CUilTLATIVE. 



CUfrjLATIVE 


10. 


4 


12. 


4 


14. 


P.. 


25. 


2 . 


64. 


8 


73. 


2 


92, 





95. 


6 


96. 


4 


99. 


6 



10.4 
2.0 
1.6 
11.2 
39.6 
0.4 
18.8 
3.6 
2.8 
1.2 

■ ' .4 

100.0 •. 
a/ Approxinately 250 employees reported. 



100.0 



SOURCE: Questionnaires sent out by National Recovery Administration, 
4 concerns reporting. National Recovery Aaninistration 
Divir-ion of Research and Planning. The /echanical Lubricator 
Industry, prepared bv J.A.ilanley and R. von H.hn, March 21,1934, 



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TABLE 326 

MECHiUIICJiL 1JJ3'XICAT0R I:1jUSTRY 

MTi.IBS.: OJT FACTGHY V;AC-S ZL-..-iIER3 EI -PLOYED lU IDSITTICAL E3TA3LIS; 
kEHTS WG?J[IK'J SPSCiri'^D SHIFTS .U'TD SarT-Z.UHS 



ITumber of 








lio-ars worked 


jTone, 1929 


J-uuic, 1933 


November, 1933 


per sliift 


1 Sliiit 


1 S-xift 


1 SJaift 


7 to 7.9 






13 


S to 3.9 


574- 


250 


291 


9 to 3.9 


74 







Total 

Estr.blia.iinents 
pLOpcrtin,:; 



648 



250 



304 



Source: KHA questionnaire returns. Tabulation by t^.e Bureau of 
t'le Census for tl;-.e ITational Heccvery Administration, 
Division of Pesnarcli and Planning, February 15, 1934. 



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Tii;-jLi 327 
ii£CIiii..-JlC.ii ;jULlliC:*iOA iiiDuOTi^I 

EjiriiiiiiG;:; ru,-' tJiLii. or jut;l 15> 1933 



Acti.U-1 iiourl.y 
Ecirain jo 



Per Cent oi" Tolv-1 i^actory ■ or':ei-s— / 
cIon-GUuulr- bivc- ^junuli: bivc 



15,. 


- 


19. 9y. 


20>. 


- 


-^-^-9v 


25,^ 


- 


29.9.^ 


30^ 


- 


34. 9^; 


35;i 


- 


39.9.; 


AC, 


- 


M.9, 


A5y 


- 


49. 9y 


50, 


- 


5A.9.' 


y^r 


- 


59. 9v 


60, 


- 


69. 9 V 


70,. 


- 


'79. 9v 


•80.^ 


or i.iort 



5. 


^. 


6. 


.0 


Al. 





17, 




1. 


.2 


15. 


,2 


8. 


,0 


3 


'-" 



1.; 



12.3 



71 6 
7:"'. . 8 

r>rt (-^ 
OO . U 

96.0 

9';..:- 

100,0 



Total 



100 X 



Source. !';aectionn..ires oua'j out by ii/.tiorM-i. Recovery .'id;dnistra- 
tio.ij /f concerns reportin.. . i:;j.tionc.l Recovery ^.di.iinici- 
tratioa Divijion of RcRe,.irc;h Lad ?lt.dininj. The Jeohruiical 
LiJ.bricator Indutitry, prepr red by J. il . Hj.nley .'nc 
R. von Humi, i'.jrch 21, 1934. 



a/ Approximately 250 factory employees reported. 



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TABLE 328 

IffiC-JUnC-AL LUBRICATOR IXDUSTRY 

CLASSIJIID V/EEKLY 3AiuII1:GS Cx CPFICE E1.:PLCY3SS 
iTEElC GE JUNE 15, 1933 



'Jeekly Earnin^-^s 

(dollars) Nwaboi- 

$10. CO t: :;>l'a.49 . ■ 7 

;;;i2.Go tc ,;14.99 3 

,;a5.00 tc $17.49 8 

$17.50 to $19.99 2 

$20.00 to .324.99 10 

$25.00 to ;;29.99 11 

$30.00 to $34,99 7 

$35.00 PJid over 10 

. Total 58 



Source: x;2A riU8sti::nnaire returns, 2 concerns reporting. 

Tiibulaticn by tlv-> Bureo.u of Census for the National 
Recovery Acunini strati on. Division of ReEoarch and 
Planning, February 15, 1934. 



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CONTRACTCRS PUMP INDUSTRY 

CLASSIFIED ¥ffiE':LY HOURS OF FACTORY imC-E MIGRS FOR ^-EEK YflilCH IN- 
CLUDED JUNE 15, 1933. 





Worked 




FACTORY :.0-.GE E'JJ'-I 


J.S 


Hours 






Cumulative 


Per 


Vife ek 


Number 


Per Cent 


Per Cent 


2J hours or less 


13 


9.4 


9.4 


20.1 - 


- 25 


1 


.7 


10.1 


25.1 . 


■• 30 


15 


10.9 


21.0 


■^0.1 - 


■ ^5 


67 


48.6 


69.6 


.'5,1 . 


• -0 


18 


13.0 


82.6 


iO.l - 


■ '15 


15 


10.9 


93.5 


■4^.1 - 


' 50 


5 


3.6 


97.1 


50 a ■ 


.. 55 


4 


2.9 


100.0 


5o,l - 


. -:o 








^3ua - 


■ 35 








65.1 - 


■ 70 








YO.l - 


- 75 








75,1 - 


• 80 









80 hours or more 

Total 



138 100,0 



SOURCE: N.R.A. P„uestionnaires, 9 concerns reporting. National 
Recovery Administration, Division of Research and Plan- 
ning, The Contra.otors Pump Industry, prepared by 
J. A. Hanloy and R. von Huhn, February 20, 1934. 



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i.x;.. 



330 



::.AiL.iE:; FOn :.-h. • :j.ch i.dOLiJiJiD jUiH l'--.. 







rector/ '.■■ 


•:-., e Iarr:er: 


Earnings 


livjiiber 


ler Cent 


Cuhiul>i.>.ive 


Per Hour 






rsi- Ocen^■. 


Under IJ centi 








10 - 14.9 








I'i - 19.9 








20 - 24.9 








23 - 299 


4. 


^•■9 


:^9 


30 - 34.9 


n 

t 


5.1 


8.0 


3p - 39.9 


64 


46.3 


54.3 


40 - y.4.9 


1;. ■ 


■ -s.? .. 


.63.0. .. 


45 - 49.9 


15 


10.9 


73.9 


50 - ^4.9 


■ ■ l-'j ■ 


■10.9 . 


. . . . 34..3 . 


55 - 59.9 


5 


3 6 


88.4 


60 - 69.9 


■ • • 11 • ■ 


■ ■ c.O . . 


. . . 9.S.4 , 


7J - 79.9 


-' 




103.0 



80 'iia over 



Tote 



lij; 



LoJ.O 



Goiarcei ; uest.lonxiuires L-ent. out by iJi;.\.,-V cor. ^ei^s -re^^Drtiii^;. . 
i"aoio:if^l Eecovcry ArlniniKtratlon r/ivi..iorL of Rc.se.-.rcli 
f.iiu :'l;..nn:i.n^,. The Goni.rr.ctoxTj' i-'nirip Inc'Ustry^ iTtipared 
by J. J.. ii„nley cvi-a A, von 'J-MtdX, rc-fciiu.ry .70, 1934 



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TABLE 331 
COi'TRA-CTORS FUlviP liJDUSTHY 
CLASSIFIED TJEEKLY E.tRriiJC-S CF OFFICE EiJLOYSES, 
17eek of June , 1933 



T7eekl.y Earnings 

(Dollars) I'Juiri''oer 

Under 5.00 

5.00-9.99 

10,00-12.49 7 

12,50 - 14.99 5 

15.00-17.49 6 

17.50-19.99 4 

20.00-24.99 6 

25.00-29.99 6 

30.00-34.99 ■ 1 

35 and over 5 



Total 40 



Source: N. R. A, questionnaire returns, 9 concerns reporting. Tabulation 

by the Bureau of the Census for the National Recovery Adjiiini strati on 
Division of Research and Planning, Febr^aary 3, 1934. 



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TABLE 332 
LOCOIIOTIVE APPLIAIIC;:; IITDUSTRY 
CLASSIi'IED 'TLlEIiLY H''11RS 07 "..'AGE EAnioEP.S 
DURIKG A ELPTCSSiTTATIV;: 'J^Uli OF JUi:E,1933 
(To be Used Yifith Caution) 



'Torking 


Hours 


I'Tumber of 


Per Cent 


Cunulative 


per vreek 


■'age Earners 


of Total 


per cent 


. . . . 


. . . ... 


_ . . __ 




of Total 


20 or 


under 


98 


19.0 


19.0 


20.1 - 


25 


30 


5.8 


24.8 


25.1 - 


30 


75 


14". 5 


39.3 


30.1 - 


35 


44 


8.5 


47.0 


35.1 - 


40 


72 


14.0 


G1.8 


4-0.1 - 


45 


108 


20,9 


82.7 


45.1 - 


50 


44 


0.5 


91.2 


50.1 - 


55 


29 


5.6 


96.8 


55.1 - 


60 


6 


1.2 


98.0 


60.1 - 


65 


4 


0.8 


90.8 


65.1 - 


70 


5 


1.0 


99.8 


70.1 - 


75 


. .. . A 


0.2 


100.0 


Tota 


1 


516 


100.0 




Source ; 


National 


Ilecovery Adminis 


itration quest 


ionnaire retiirns. 



14 concerns reporting. 

National Recovery Administration Division of Research 
and Planning. The Locomotive Appliance Industry, 
prepared by Thomas P. Kelly, Ilay 23, 1934. 



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TABLE 333 
LOCOilOTIVE AP?J,L\NCi] IHDUSTHY 
CLASSIFIED 11 URLY EAiaTINGS i;F FACTOllY lYAGE EAPJIERS 

port A RSP.TESEIITATIVE YJEEK OF JTOIE, l^&Z 

(To.be. Used, vriibh. Caution) 

Per Cent Cumulative 

of Total per cent 

___ _of Total 

1.0 1.0 

1.0 2.0 

1.8 3.8 
8.7 12.5 

9.9 22.4 

11.4 33.8 

14.5 48.3 
12.2 60.5 

24.6 85.1 
9.7 94.8 

_5^2 100.0 
100.0 



Actual Hourly 
Earnings 


Number of 
Vfage Earners 


20;^ 


- 24.9)2!' 


5 


25;^ 


- 29.9/ 


5 


30,^ 


- 34.9/ 


9 


35)/ 


- 39.9/ 


45 


40^ 


- 44.9/ 


51 


45c^ 


- 49.9/ 


59 


50f^ 


- 54.9/ 


75 


bb^. 


- 59.9/ 


63 


&Ocl 


- 69.9/ 


127 


70/ 


- 79.9/ 


50 


80;^ 


and over 


27 




Total 


516 



Source: National Recovery Administration questionnaire returns, 
14 concerns reporting. 

National Recovery Administration Division of Research 
and Planning. The Locomotive Appliance Industry, 
prepared by Thomas P. Kelly, Hay 23, 1934. 



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TABLE 334 
V/ATER PQ-'CuR EQUIP DCT' INDUSTRY 
CLASSIFIED i.EEKLY HOURS OF FACTORY V:AGE EARIIE^.S FOR V,"EEK JUNE 15,1933 



Hours 
Worked 






Fact 

Number 


ory 


VJage Earners 
Per 


Cumulative 




Per Week 








Cent 


Per Cent 




20 Hours or 


Under 


32 




22,1 


22.1 




20«1 - 


25 




7 




4.8 


26.9 




25.1 - 


30 




12 




8.3 


35.2 




30 .1 _jr 


35 




8 




5.5 


, 40.7 




35.1 - 


40 




7 




4.8 


45.5 




40ol - 


45 




26 




17.9 


63.4 




45.1 - 


50 




24 




16.6 


80.0 




50.1 - 


55 




19 




13.1 


93.1 




55.1 - 


60 




- 3 




2.1 


95.2 




Over 60 Hours 


7 




4.8 


100.0 




Total 






145 




100.0 







Source: Summarized National Recovery Administration questionnaires, 
eight concerns reporting. National Recovery Administration, 
Division of Researsh and Planning. The Water Power Equipment 
Industry, prepared by J. A« Hanley and R. von Huhn, 
February 6, 1934. 



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TA3L3 335 

WATER F0-,;3:^ EQUir^liSlJT IKDUS?:-;! 

I'JU'MBEH OF FACTORY ':iA&Z EA^ Jia RS StiF L O'-T.D III ^STA3LISaviENTS 
TO?.l.:i::& oPEGIFIiD SHIFTS >JID SHIFT-HOURS 



Num'ber of ho-urs 
worked per shift 



June 1929 
One Shift 



June 1932 
One Shift 



October 1933 
One Shift 



6 to 6.9 hour s 



9 " 9.9 

10 " 10.. 9 



Total 



II 



155- 
158, 
135 



428 



109 



145 



16 

129 

11 

156 



Source:, KHri. questionnaire returns, 8 concsrnG reporting. Tabulation by 
the Biireau of tlie Census for the National Hecovery administra- 
tion, Division of -Sfesearch ana rlannin?, January 24, 1934. 



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TABLE 336 

WATER FCWER EQUieiENT INDUSTRY 

CLASSIFIED HCURLY EARNINGS OF FACT CRY V.'AGE EARNERS 
FCR V;EEK F JUNE 15, 1933 



Hourly Fact ory Yfage Earners 

Earnings Niimber For Cent Cumulative 
Per Cent 

Und<?r 15^ 

15 - 19.3 4 2o8 2.B 

20 - 24.9 6 4,1 6.9 

25 - 29.9 8 5.5 12.4 

30 - 34.9 • 6 . 4.1 16.5 

35 - 39.9 13 9.0 25.5 

40 - 44.9 20 13.8 39.3 

45 - 49.9 21 ' 14.5 53.8 

50 - 54.9 29 20.0 73.8 

55 - 59.9 10 6.9 80.7 

60 - 69,9 16 11.0 91,7 

70 - 79.9 7 4.8 96.5 

&0 and over 5 3,5 100 »0 

Total 145 100.0 



Source; Summarized National Recovery Administration questionnaires, 
eight concerns reporting. National Recovery Administration, 
Division of Research and Planning. The Water Power Equipment 
Industry, prepared by J. A. Hanley and R. von Huhn, 
February 6, 1934, 



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TA3LE 337 

\7at:.h pO''::3 equifj.oLT iidustry 

C LA35I7 I ED W3Z::LY 3a3ITIN.-3 CF Q-^riCE EKFLCYZES 
V/eek of June 15, 1933 



V'eekly Earnings 

( do 11 ar s) Humlier 



Less than 5.00 3 

5.00 to 9.99 •■ 3 

10.00 - 14.99 5 

15.00 - 19.99 7 

20.00 - 24.99 1 

25.00 - 29.99 1 

30.00 - 34.99 ■ 2 

35.00 - 39.99 , 5 

40.00 - 44.99 3 

45.00 and over 2 



Total 31 



Source: l^IHA. questionnaii'e returns, 3 conc-?rns reportinj^. Tabulation 
by the Bureau of the Census for the Rational Recovery Adminis- 
tration, Divisiun of Hesenrch and Planning, January 24, 1934. 



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ROLLING "ILL '' aCI!I'T"RY AfS E':UIPJ'1:T'T BTDUSTHY 

CLASSIi'IED HOU-.S OF '"ORK ^OR yAGTORY TTaGE EAHI-'TIRS FOR l^VEEK WHICH 

INCLUDED JHW 15, 1933. 



Hours ''forked 
Per 
''Teek 



T-TTjm'bf!r 



Per Cent 


Cumulative 




Per Cent 


9.6 


9.6 


5.2 


14.3 


5.1 


2U.y 


6.4 


27.3 


7.5 


34.8 


12.1 


46.9 


19.0 


55.9 


12.8 


78.7 


7.2 


85.9 


3.4 


89.3 


4.3 


94.1 


2.1 


95.2 


1.2 


97.4 


2.6 


100.0 



20 hours or less 



20.1 


to 


25 


25.1 


to 


30 


30.1 


to 


35 


35.1 


to 


40 


40.1 


to 


45 


45.1 


to 


50 


50.1 


to 


55 


55.1 


to 


60 


50.1 


to 


65 


55.1 


to 


70 


70.1 


to 


75 


75.1 


to 


80 



Over 80 hours 



259 

145 

172 

181 

212 

341 

536 

350 

204 

97 

135 

60 

34 

72 



Total 



2,819 



100.0 



Source: NRA ouestionnaire returns, 29 concerns reporting. National Recovery 
Alministration, Division of Research ani Planning. The Rolling Mill 
Machinery and. Equipment Industry, prepared by J. A. Hanley and 
R. von Huhn, f'arch 5, 1934. 



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TA5LE 540 

ROLLIl'IS MLL V...C^lJK:i ^uD iPQ.UIi-I.C^ir'j: I.:DUST2 Y 

CLASSIFIED HOUilLy EiiRlJIa&S C'F ?aCTC?.Y WAtiE EAliliE:i3 ?0R WEEIv 
WHICH lilCLUIiSlD JUIJE 15, 193^. 



Actual Errnings factory T/g^e Earners 

Fer Hour Curmilative 

(Cents) Numter Per Cent rer Cent 



15* to 19.9^ 1 * 

20 to 24.9 16 .6 .6 

25 to 29.9 1? .7 1.3 

30 to 34.9 425 15.1 16.4 

35 to 39.9 371 13.1 29.5 

40 to 44.9 383 13.6 43.1 

45 to 49.9 315 11,2 54.3 

50 to 54.9 267 9.5 63.8 

55 to 59.9 212 7.5 71.3 

60 to 69.9 ■ 435 15.4 86.7 

70 to 79.9 234 8.3 95.0 

80 cents or more 141 5.0 100.0 



Total 2,819 100.0 



* Less than l/lO of one per cent. 

Source: IIHA Q,uestionnaire returns, 29 concerns reporting. National Recovery 
Administration, Division of Research and Flannin,?. The Rolling 
Hill Machinery and Equipment Industry, prepared by J. A. Hanley 
and R. von Hui:in, March 5, 1934, 



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TO BSUSED '"ITIT CAUTIOiJ . TABLIU 341 

ROLLirC- iiILL I'jiC'lIl'iSl.Y aIo) EQUIPLClo] Ix1)USTRY 

classi:^ii;d :73E:iY saS'i.-CrS of oppics zitloyzi^s 

:72EK or JUIH 15, 1£3;3 



"..eeklj E; 


irnings 
a,rs) 




Office 


^l^mpl 


oyees 


(ctolli 


iTumbor 


Per Ce 


nt 


Cumulative- 
Fer Gent 


Under 5.( 


DO 
9.99 




5.0 

3.8 

3.8 

5.9 

9.4 

13.5 

10.9 

11.4 

35 . 3 






5.00 to ! 


21 


■ . 5.0 


10.00 .to 
12.50, to 


12.49 
14.99 


16 
IS 
29 


". 8.8 
12.5 


15.00 to 


17 . 49 


19.5 


17.50 to 
20.00 to 


19.99 
24.99 


40 
57 


28.9 
42.4 


25.00 to 


29 . 99 

34.99 

i 0V91- 


45 


53.3 


30.00 to 
35.00 anc 


48 -"' 
149 


64.7 

100.0 



Total 422 100.0 



SOURCE: L^HA. Questionnaire returns. 29 concerns reporting. TPbulr.,tion 
by the Bureau of the Censuc for the national Recover^,'- Adminis- 
tration Division of Research and Planning;, Eebrimr.^ 15, 1934. 



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TABLE 342 
PULV";i?IZI]iG MACH^:i;:.RY Aivr; EQt'IP^'E'MT I15DUSTRY 
CLASSIFIED V'/EEiay liOU'^o OF ■'.AGE EARv US, IVEEK OF JUilE 15, 1933 



Working Hours 


Muinb 


er of 


per vreelz 


■wap^e 


earners 


Under 20 




13 


20.1 - 26 




6 


25,1 - 30 




10 


30.1 - 35 




7 


35.1 - 40 




12 


40.1 - 45 




3 


45.1 - 50 




11 


50.1 - 55- 




3 


55.1 - 60 




- 


Over 60 




u 



Per cent 


of 


total 




19 


=4 




9 


.0 




14 


.9 




10 


.4 




17 


.9 




4 


.5 




16 


.4 




4 


.5 




3 


.0 



Cumulative 


per 


3ent 


of total 


19 


.4 


28 


.4 


43 


.3 


53 


.7 


71 


.6 


76 


.1 


92 


.5 


97 


.0 


97 


.0 


100 


.0 



67 



100.0 



Sources Questionnaire returns of 38 per cent of the Association 

membership, the Association representing, 90'/^ of the industry 
National Recovery Administration Division of Research and 
Plannli:g. The Pulverizing anc Equip"ient Ir'ductry, prepared 
by J.A- Hanley and R. von Huhn, December 28, 193''. 



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TABLE 343 
PULVERIZING mCHItlERY kW EQUIP]\EKT INDUSTRY 

CLASSIFIED HOURLY EARNINGS OF V.AGE EARNERS, VJEEK OF JUNE 15, 1933 



Actu:^! ftarnings 


Niimber 


cf 


Eer cent 


Cumulative 


per hoii-" 


Wage 


earners 


jf total 


per cent 


of 












total 




20/ - 24,9/ 




1 




1.5 


1.5 




25 - 29.9 




- 




- 


1.5 




30 - 34.9 




1 




1^5 


3.0 




35 - .39.9 




6 




9.0 


12.0 




40 - i4.9 




7 




10.4 


22.4 




45 - 49 ,.9 









13.4 


35.8 




50 - 54.9 




9 




13.4 


49.2 




55 - 59.9 




7 




10.4 


59.6 




60 - 69,9 




14 




20.9 


80.5 




70 - 79.9 




12 




18.0 


98.5 




Over 80 




1 




1.5 


100.6 





67 100.0 



Sourcet Questionnaire returns, 38 per cent of the Association 
membership reporting, the Association representing 9<yfo 
of the industry. National Recovery Administration 

. • Division of Research and Planning, Tho Pulv^ rizing and 

Equipment Industry, prepared by J . A« Hanley and 
R. vr<n Huhn, December 28, 1933. 



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TaBLT 3rl4 



piilverizins: 'Machinery and ^qxiiprasnt Industry- 
Classified Weekly i!arnings of Office ^Troloj'-ees 
Week of June 15, 1933 



Weekly ^arninffs 

(dollars) lumber 



Under 5:00 ^ 

5:00 - 9.99 1 

10:00 - 14.99 4 

15:00 - 19.99 5 

20:00 - 24.99 . 6 

25 - 29.99 . 3 

30 - 34.99 ?; 

35 - 39.99 g 

40 - 44.99 3 

45 and over 4 

TotPl 31 



y 



Source: F.R.A. questio-naire returns, 5 concerns r(5oorting. Tabulation by 
the Bureau of the Censu.s for tie National recovery Administration, 
Division of R-search and Planning, December 16, 1933, 



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STEAJi EITGIIJE MANUFACTUaiNG. limUSTRY 



CLASSIFIED TJ;KL^, HOUES GF.^AQ-E. HaEKBES 
TEEK OF JUKE 15,1933 ' 



jrking Hours Kuiber of Per Cent Cunulstive 

■psv ITeek "^age Earners ■.- Of ,■ Total Per Cent 



nf Total 



ider 20 19 10.7 10.7 

-'.1-25 3 1.7 12.4 

■'.1 - 30 25 14.1 26.5 

^.1 - 35 10 5.7 32.2 

3.1 - 40 38 21.5 53.7 

^.1 - 45 39 22.0 75.7 

5,1 - 50 22 12.4 83.1 

0.1 - 55 3 1.7 89.8 

5,1 - 60 H» 89.8 

Over 60 18 10.2 100.0 

TOTAL 177 100.0 



■OURCE: Questionnaire returns to the ifflA of 25 per cent of the Association 

nenbership, the Association representing 96 per cent of the industry. 
National Recover Adninistrat ion Division of Research and Planning. 
The Stean Engine Manufacturing Industry, prepared by J. A. [anley and 
R» von Huhn. 



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OyiBLS 346 

ST3/II.; SLiGIli:; kJaJUKi.CTUIiI:TG I1TI3UST2Y 

1IUMB3R OF FACTOHY ViAGS ^/tPIIZRS i;: IZSLIELISHIOITS uCjKHaG SP3CIFI2D 
SHIFTS .UID SHIFT HCUHS 



IT'Ujnber of 
Hours V/orked 
•per Shift 

8 to 8.9 

9 t» 9.9 
10 to 10,9 



146 



One Shift 



June 1929 Ju:i3 1933 



114 



Octo'Der 1933 
128 



Total 

Source : 



146 



114 



128 



N3A qxiestionncrie returns 

Tr."bulated. by the Bureau of the Cansus for th^ 
llo.tional I^jcovery Atlministation, Divi-ion of 
Research and Planniut,:, December 14, 1933, 
number of reporting firms ujiiniown. 



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TABLE _ 347 
STEAM ENGI!\1E- '•'lAMJFACTURIi-fG .INDUSTRY 
CLASoIFIED HOURLY EARNINGS OF V,AG^ EARNERS, WEEK OF JUNE 15, 1933 



Actual Earnings 
pe r Hour 



25 - 29.9;Ef 
30 - 34.9/ 
35 - 39.9/ 
40 - 44.9/ 
45 - 49.9/ 
50 - 54.9/ 
55 - 59.9/ 
60 - 69.9/ 
70 - 79.9/ 
Over 80 



Number of 


Per Cent 


Cumulative 


T.afre Earners ' 


of Total 


Per Cent of 
Total 






1 


0,6 


0.6 


12 


6.8 


7.4 


8 . 


■ 4.5 


11.9 


15 


8.5 


20.4 


49 


27.7 


48.1 


■ _ . 28 


15.8' 


63.9 


23 


13.0 


76.9 


31 


17.5 


94.4 


9 


5.0 


99.4 


1 


0.6 


100.0 


177 


100.0 





Sources Questionnaire returns to the WA of 25 per cent of the 

Association membership, the Association representing 95^ of 
the industry. National Recovery Administration, Division of 
Research and Planning. The Steam Engine Manufacturing 
Industry, prepared by J. A. Hanley and R. von Huhn, 
December 22, 1933. 



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TABLE 348 

Steo.m Engine Ivhnuio.cturin.i Industry 

Clo.ssified Weekly Earnings of Office 
Eniployees 

Wewik of Juno 15, 1933 



■Jeakly Earnings 
.(dollars) Ilum'b.er 

Loss than ^Jo.OO — 

$5,00 to $9.99 - 

$10.00 to $14.99 4 

$15. Oa to $19.99 ^ 

$20.00 to $24.99 4 

$25.00 to $29.99 12 

$30.00 to $34.99 1 

$35.00 to $39.99 2 

$40.00 to $44.99 5 

$45.00 and over 7 

Total 35 



Source; ilH/V qu^jstionnaire returns, 3 concerns reporting. 
Tabulated by the Bureau of the Census for the 
U-ational Recover^' Adjninist ration, Division of 
Hesearca and Plan:un:;, Doceraber 14, 1933 



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TAijLE 349 

P.OCi: AID ORE CnUSIjlR ijU'UFACTUPJIT;:} I1"DUSTEY 

Ciassified Weekly •I'biirs of T/or]: for Frctory Wage 
Er-rnei-s - ^.Tcel: of Joiie 15, 1953 



Hours Uorhod ■ ■ < 

Per V/ocl: lliinibcr 



20 hours or less 34 

20.1 25 ■, _ 10, 

25.1 - 30 ■■ 6, 

30.1-35 3 

35.1-40 16 

40.1-45 .3 

45.1-50 • - 38 

50.1-55 1 
55.1-60 

Over 60 ■ 3 

Total • 114 



Source: ".TlA quest ionimire rctui'ns, 3 cor.ceri-:s re;pGrtin£^. Tabulation '0,7 

the r.urca.u of the Censiis for the i'r.tional r.ccoverj Adriiinistre.tion, 
Divisior. of Research and Pla.::iin^,, Dcceraocr 21, 1933. 



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TiBLE 350 

EOCK AiD OKE GEUSHEli MAnJTACTUllIl'G i:n)USTHY 

.Tujnber of Factory Wage Ear;iers Enroloyed in Establishments Wor]:ing 
Specified Shifts and Shift-Hours 





,June 1929 


June 1933 


October 1933 


Number of Kours 








Worked per Shift. 


1 shift-2 shifts 


1 shift 


1 shift 


i'ot re-)orted 




35 


47 


Under 6 




27 


26 


6 - 6.9 








7 - 7,9 






81 


8 - C.9 


113 


52 




9 - 9,9 


126 






10-10,9 


52 






T^tal 


: 170 126 


: 114 


: 154 



Source: IHIA. questionnaire returns, 3 concerns rcyiorting. Tabulation by the 
Bureau of the Census for the Fatione.l Recovery Administration, 
Division of Kesearch and Plannin£;, December 21, 1933. 



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TA:3LE 351 
ROCi: Ai^ OFlE CnUSKER iL'UraS'AC^URIi.C- iidusthy 

Classified Kourl;;- Srrnin^s of Fr.ctory We.je Esxners 

■• '■ ■■ li?eel;-bf June ' 15,; 1935 ,, ■; 



PIolItIj- Sc.rninss 
( Cents per Hour) 



50 - 54.9 
55 • - 59.9' 
60 - 69. S 
70 - 79.9 
SO and Over 

Total 



imiJcr 













Under 


.^5 cei 


.ts. 


■ ; - 


35 - 


•:i9.9 




1 




50 - 


54,-9 




■ • 2 




35 - 


59.9 




• 23 




40 - 


<-i.9 




: 7 




45 - 


49.9 




: 15 





12 
17 
19 
17 
1 
114 



Source: 131A questionnaire returns, 3 concerns rc:')ortiii£;. Tabulation by the 

Bureau cf the Census for the ITationrl r.ecevcr7 Aoiini strati -^n, Division 
of Rcserxch and rianninc, Dcceriber ?1, 1933. 



981C 



-487- 

^■Aii^E 3b2 ^^ ^^ ^^^ ^^^^ CAUTION 

rtOCi; All) ore crusher l.iAlIUI'ACTUTJlIG irCUSTRY 

Classified T/ccI:ly Earnini:;s of Office Emloyccs - 
. Vccl'. of J'Oiie 15, 1933 



T7eel:l:- Ef.rnings 

(dollars) ITumbcr 



Less than $5.00 

$5.00 to $C.99 • 3 

$10.00 to $14.99 3 

$15.00 to $19.99 ' 6 

$20.00 to $24.99 ' ' 4 

$25.00 to $2?. 99 ■ 2 

$30.00 to |^S4.99 ■ 1 

$35.00 to $.':9.99 2 

$40.00 to $44.99 ' 1 
$45.00 r.;-d Over 

Total * 22 



Source: USA questionnaire returns, 3 concerns rcyiorting. Tabulation by the 
Lui'cau Tjf the Census for the iTationo.l Recovery Administration, 
Division of Research and Planning, Dccei.iber 21, 1933. 



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TABLE 353 

rzdu:tiow lacHiis industry 



TO BE USED WITH CAUTION 



GL-.Sl-.IFI'ID TE-^LY hours of "^ACTORY 7AGE EARNERS, JTO1E, 19 3 3 



'Teel'ly 
Hoiirs 



FACTORY ^AGE 



EARNERS 



Nunber 



Per Cent 



Cumulative 
Per Cent 


40. 





40, 





47. 


4 


61. 


1 


64. 


2 


6-9. 


5 


85. 


3 


92. 


7 


• 94. 


8 


96. 


9 


99. 





100, 






Under 


30 


38 


20.1 - 


25 


— 


25.1 - 


50 


7 


50.1 - 


55 


13 


35.1 - 


40 


3 


40.1 - 


45 


5 


45.1 - 


50 


15 


50.1 - 


55 


7 


55.1 - 


SO 


2 


60.1 - 


65 


2 


65.1 - 


70 


2 


70.1 - 


75 


1 




Total 


95 



40.0 

7.4 

13.7 

5.1 

5,5 

15»8 

7.4 

2.1 

2.1 

3.1 

1.0 

100.0 



SOURCE: IIRA Questionnaire returns, 7 concerns reporting. National 
Recovery Administration Division of Research and Planning. 
The Reduction Machinery Industry, prepared by J.A.Hanley and 
R. von Huhn, I'farch ,34, 1'j34. 



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TABLE 354 

HErUCTIOK 11A.CKIFE:?.Y I1T3USTRY 

OTJlvS^ 01 FACTORY WAGE EARNERS I'LALE, EMPLOYED IK ESTABLISH.IEHTS WORKING 
SPECIFIED SHIFTS Al.ID SHIFT RO'JRS 

Ho^ars Worked Ju n e 1929 Jiine 1933 "ovemter 1933 

ver Shift 1 Shift 2 Slilfts 1 Shift 2 Shifts I Shift 2 Shifts 

Under 6.1 „ _ 47 _ _ - 

6-6.9 _ _ 3 _ 5 - 

7-7.9 - - ._ - - 95 , - 

8 - 8.9 21 25 20 - 27 . - 

9 - 9.9 132 -25 - - . - 

10 - 10.9 _ - _ _ - - _ ^ 

11 - 11.9 _ - - . - - - . - 

12 and over 17 - , - - - . - 

Total 170 25 " 95 - 127 



Source: NRA Questionnaire returns, 7 concerns reporting. 
Tabulation hy the Bureau o.f the Census for the 
T'ational Recovery Administration Division of 
Research and Planning, 'liarch 9, 1934 



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REDUCTIOrJ I.LVCHIIIERY IIOUSTRY 

CLASSIFIED HOURLY- SAEIJIIIGS OF FACTORY "^-VGE E.mUERS 
JUNE - 1933 



HOURLY 
EARNINGS 



FACTORY 



WAGE 



A R :' E R S 



MUIQER 



PER CENT 



CUIXTLATIVE 
PER CENT 



(cents) 




50 - 34.9 


5 


55 - 39.9 


8 


40 - 44.9 


17 


45 - 49.9 


18 


50 - 54.9 


11 


55 - 59.9 


10 


60 - 69.9 


16 


70 - 79.9 


8 


ciO and over 


2 


""otp.l 


95 



5.3 

d.4 

17.9 

19.0 

11.6 

10.5 

16.8 

8.4 

3.1 

100.0 



5.3 
13.7 
51.6 
50.6 
62.2 
72.7 
89.5 
97.9 
100.0 



SOURCE; NRA Q,uestionnaire returns, 7 concerns reporting. National 
Recovery Administration Division of Research a.nd Planning. 
Tne Reduction I'achinery Inai..stry, prepared bv J.VA.Hpnle^'' and 
H. von Hulm, I'prch 24, 1934. 



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TO 3.-., USED TITH CAUTICII 
■TA3L3 355 __ 



KDUCTICK i.ulCHIlI3^ IITDUSTHY 

ciASGirijD ':n^^:u "iiiULiii'irS o?'crric:: 3;.:rLQYZZs 

3S??J]STi^IA.TIV3 j73I5: 0? JU1I3, 1933. 



V/eekly 3".rnin£s 
(dollr.rs) ^ ^ IT'uin'ber 



Under 10.00 
10.00 to 12.49 



13.50 to 14.99 2 

15.00 to lV.49 [ 3 

17.50 to 19.99 3 

;3a.00 to 24.99 . 8 

25.. 00 to 29.99 . 3 

30.00 to 34.99 4 

35.00 and ovor 4 



Total 29 



Source: Ti3A questionnc'.rie ret-orns, 7 concerns reporting. 
Tabulation "by the Bureau of the C nsus for the 
IT-tional Recovery Adxiinistration Division of 
Hesearc".-. n.nc. Planning, IJr.rch 9, 1934. 



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TABLE 357 

HOISTING 3NGINS IRNUPACTURIHG INDUSTRY 

CLASSIFIED './EEKLY HOURS OF AGE ■E-'iRiTl5RS DURI..TG .EEK OF JUIJE 15, 1933 

("To be Used mth Caution ) 

Working Hours Number of Per Cent of Cumulative -/o 

Per '/eck \:a.j;e Earners - Total ■ of Total 



Under 20 


78 


20.1 - 25 


29 


25.1 - 30 


24 


30.1 - 35 


33 


35.1 - 40 


46 


40.1 - 45 


56 


45.1 - 50 


53 


50.1 - 55 


42 


55.1 - 60 


33 


Over 60 


24 



18.7 


18.7 


6.9 


25.6 


"■5VT— •- 


5-i-i3 


7.9 


39.2 


11.0 


50.2 


13.4 


63.6 


12.7 


76.3 


10.1 


88.4 


7.9 


94.3 


5.7 


' 100.0 



TOTAL 418 100.0 



SOURCEj Ouestionnaire returns from 10 concerns of the industry tcf the 
National Recovery Administration. National Recovery Administration, 
Division of Research and Planning. The H-isting Engine Manufacturing 
Industry, prepared by J. A. Hanley and R. von nuiin, January 12, 1934. 



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■Jijn'ber of !7actor;v' ".'?. c L MTiers i...~ rJst;.\blish;'nentG 
¥orl:i:i;'; S'^ecified SMfts :-,:-l;.. Sliift-Movtrs 



}ioiirs :7orl-ed June 13.19 Ju-.e IS^^S October 1933 

per Shift 



1 - Shift 1 - Shift 1 - Shift 

Under 6 ' - ' 6 - 

G - 6.9 

7-7.9 ■ 30 21 368 

3-3.9 1,27 355 137 

9-9.9 ' 865 32 

10 - 10.9 . ■ 61 

11 - 11.9 ' - 

l.j .?.uc. over _ ■ _ ^ 

1073 414 395 

Source: li.h.^n.. ciuestio.i.iaire retilrns. 9 Est.OoliGhnents, Tabulated by the 

Bureau of the Census for the llatioivril "Recovery Adiuinistration, 

Division of I.esoarch •:->('. Planning; Jan.. 6, L33ili. . . 



-49-1- 
TABLE 359 

HOisTim ::mnm iimu^acturitig iiinueTRY 

CLASS IFI::D IIO'JRLY "ARlJIiJGS OF ■A.GE ARN"TR3 DIIRl 'G X^k OF JUIC 15, 1933 

lTo_ be Used tdt h Caution) 



Actual Earnings 


Numt 


ler of 


Per Cent 


Curn.ulatlve % 


Per Hour 


Vfage 


Earners 


of Total 


of Total 


15;2f - 19.9/ 




1 


0.2 


0.2 


20 - 24. J 




3 


0.7 


0.9 


25 - 29.9 




6 


1.4 


2.3 


30 - 34.9 




15 


3.6 


5,9 


35 - 39.9 




34 


8.1 


14.0 


40 - 44 9 




48 


j.1.5 


25.6 


45 - 49.9 




33 ■ 


.7.9 


33.4 


50 - 54.9 




72 ■ 


17.2 


50.6 


55 - 59.9 




20 - 


4.8 


55.4 


60 - 69.9 




60 


14.4 


69.8 


70 - 79.9 




66 


15.8 


85.6 


Over 80 




60 


14.4 


100.0 



TOTAL ■ ■ 418 100.0 



SOURCE: Questionnaire returns from 11 establisluaents of the industry to t he 
NRA. National Recovery \dministration. Division of Research and Planning. 
The Hoisting "ngine Manufacturing Industry, prepared by J. A. Hanley and 
R. Von Hiihn, January 12, 1934. 



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TAdLi 360 
CLA3SIFI3D ;:E3KLY 51A2ITI1:G-S GI' CI'j'IDZ 

3.:?lcy::]3s "esk or juitz i5, 1935 



■ (Dollars) r- ui-aber 

Less t-ian 5.00 

•p. 00 - 3.99 ■ 4- 

iO.OO - 14.99 • 4 

.15.00 - 19.99 15 

:«.00 - 24.99 . 3 

35.00 - 29.99 8 

30.00 - 54.99 5 
35.00 - 39.99 

40.00 -■•1-4'.G9 . 3 

45 and. ovor " ■ • 1 _ 

To tal 51 



Source: ITilA nuoctionnjiire returns, 3 ost-^ol isjmeht.a. 

Tabulated by tlie Buroaa of tl'ie Census lor t/ie National 
I-incovery Administration, DiTisi'-,n of lleaearc/. and 
planning, January S, 1934. 



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TABLE 361 
HOIST BUILDERS IITOUSTRY 

CIASSIFIED T'EEKLY HOURS OF "XGL S/vRNERH DIP.inG TTC'^X OP JUMC 15, 1933 



'.Yorking Hours 
Per 'Jeek 



(To be Used vri-th Cau.ylon ) 



Number of 
ITage Earners 



Per Cent 
of Total 



Cumulative 
% of Total 



Under 20 


20.1 


- 25 


25,1 


- 30 


30.1 


- 35 


35.1 


- 40 


40.1 


- 45 


45.1 


- 50 


50.1 


- 55 


55.1 


- 60 


Over 


60 



TOTAL 



10 

10 

4 

3 

16 

44 

7 

48 

2 

144 



6.9 
6.9 

2.8 

2.1 

11.1 

30.6 

4.9 

33 ,3 

1.4 

100.0 



6.9 
13.8 
16.6 
18.7 
29.8 
60.4 
65.3 
98.6 
98.6 
100.0 



SOURCE: Questionnaire returns fror.i three establislTments of the industry 
to the l^IRA. National Recovery Administration, Division of Research and 
Planning. The Hoist Builders Industry, prepared by J. r\. Hanley and R, 
von Huhn, January 13, 1934. 



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—497 ■» 
T'BZ~. 362 
HIDE .4JD LEAT r:{ lAJHriS I^rDUS^.lY 
ITUI.LjE?. GF fag TORY UAG-5 EAI-^TE'.S Ei.PLOYSD I'J SST'^LISHi'.IMTS 70BI<:r'G 
SPECIFIED 3MIPT=- Ai'TD SHIFT-HOURS. 



Hours "orhed per Shift Jv.nc 1929 

One Shift 

7-7.9 ■■ 

8-8.^; • -;16 

r _ o_Q • CO 



TOTA.L . 314 



June 19oS 


■Moveraber 1933 


One Shift 


One Shift 


ire 


63 


61 


174 


7 


- ■ 


176 


23'r 



Source: '".?l.A. questionnair'2 rsturns. 9 er-tpblishnents reiDortin'T; for 

J-o.ne'1929, 8 for J\me' 3 9rv;. r-nd 9 for November 1933. Tabu-lated by 
the 3i''Jreau of the Censiaa, for the National Recover-"- Administration, 
Division of Research and Plannin.^ T'ebniar;- I''-, 1934. 



TO Bli US3D ':i"iV CAUTION 

UOIST lUILDrT- rjDUSTLlY 
■TU1mS-R of factory -.■A^r SAaiTRS EIJ-LO:ED PT ES-^A-^LISmiBTTS 

7fORj:i-Ta sp:xifikd shifts a"d.s^".ift-hours 

Hours per Sliift June 192' June 1933 October 1933 

One Shi-ft T--- Shifts One Shift One Shift 



8-8.9 - - 64 181 

9 - 9.C 152 135 80 

l!"' ant- ovi r - - - - 

TOTfti 152 135 144 190 

Soi'.rce: U.R.A. ouestionnaire returns. 3 establishments for all. T?i,bulated 
oy tae Bureau of the Oensx-'.s for the ]^ationri.T Recovery Administratio-a, 
Division of :"'.esearch and Planning, Ja-miary 6, 1934. 



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TABLE 363 
HOIST BUILDERS II^^DUbTRY 
CLASSIFIED HOURLY ;]ARHI1IGS OP VJkGV. "iJ^iCRS DiJRIJJG ".iE:.K OF JUIIE 15, 1933 

^ To be Used m th Cauti on) 



Actual Hourly 


Huraber 


of 


Per Cent of 


Cumulative 


Earnings 


Tifage Earners 


Total 


Per Cent 










of Total 


Under 15^ 


5 




3.5 


3.5 


15 - 19.9 


1 




■ 0.7 


4.2 


20 - 24.9 


4 




2.8 


7.0 


25 - 29.9. 


2 




1.4 


8.4 


30 - 34.9 


7 




4.9 


13.3 


35 - 39.9 


15 




' 10.4 


23.7 


40 - 44.9 


26 




18. C 


41.7 


45 - 49.9 


36 




25.0 


66.7 


50 - 54.9 


15 




10.4 


77.1 


55 - 59.9 


26 




18.0 • 


95.1 


60 - 69.9 


3 




2.1 


97.2 


70 - 79.9 


4 




2,8 


100.0 



Trtal 



144 



100.0 



SOURCE: Questionnaire returns from tliree establisliments of the industry 
to the MA. National Recovery Administration, Division of Research and 
Planning. The Hoist Builders Industry, prepared by J. A. Hanley and R. 
von Huhn, January 13, 1934, 



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Ti2LS 364 

HOIST SUILDI/G- IKDJSTITT 

CLASSIFIED TIZLIILY EAl^riTGo 0? 0211GZ, SiPLO'GES 

V3KC 0? JII12; 1:5, 1933 

(To be 'Jsed ^d'-.a Caution) 



T/eelily 
Earnings 
(Dollars) Number 

Less Than $5.00 1 

$5.00 - $9.99 3 

$10.00 - $14.99 2 

$15.00 - $19 i 99 3 

$20.00 - $24.99 , 2 

$25.00 - $29;99 2 

$30.00 - $34.99 1 

■$35.00 and oyer. , _ 



Soiirce: il.R.A. questionnaire returns. 3 EstablishTients Tabulated b_y 

the Bureaii of the Census for the rational Recover- Administ ratio 
Division of ^eseasch and Planning, Jan. 6, 1934. 



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TABLE 365 



TO BE IiS'^.D "/ITH CAUTION 



COMYEYORAND MATERIAL PREPARATION EQUIPIvENT WAITUFACTURIIIG ITIDU3TRY 
CLASSIFIED VffiEKLY HOURS OF "YAGE -I^lRjCRS, VifEEK OF 
JUNE 15, 1933. 











Cumulative 


T/orking Hours 


Number of 


Per Cent 


. per c snt 


Per 


Week 


I'Yage Earners 


rf Total 


of total 


Under 


20 ... 


39S 


■26.6 ■ ■ 


■ 26,6 • 


20 cl 


- 25 


97- 


• • 6.6 • 


33.2 


25 ol 


-30 


118 


6.0 • ■ 


41.2 ■ 


30.1 


-35 . . . . 


108 


7.5 ■ 


43.5 ■ 


35,1 


- 40 


118 


8.0 


56.5 


40.1 


-45 


. 188 


12.8 


• ■ 69.3 


45.1 


- 50 


139 


9.4 


78.7 


50.1 


- 55 


106 


7.2 


85.9 


55.1 


- 6Q 


69 


4.7 


9o,6 


Over 


6^ 


138 


9.4 


100.1 




Total 


1,473 


100.0 





SOURCE: Questionnaire returns from 38 ooncerns to the National 
Recovery Administration, Division o f Research and 
Planning, The Conveyor and Material Preparation 
Equipment Manufacturing Industry, prepared by J. A. 
Hanley and R, von Huhn, Dec. 26, 1933, 



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TO T:Z T"SrD '"ITI: CAUTTON 



TABLE 336 
CONVEYOR AND flf^TERIAL FPiEF-JlATICl] E;;UIRI::NT jaiOF.iCTlJRIKG INDUSTRY 
CLASSIFIED DAILY HOURS OP V.AGE E.^INSRS - 1929 and 1933. 



Hours vrorked 
per day 



1929 
June 



1933 
June 



1933 
October 



Under 6 

6 - 6.9 

7 - 7.9 

8 - 8.9 

9 - 9.9 
1 9 -11.0 



200 



Total 







95 


503 


314 




532 


767 


1,350 




306 


15 


607 




5 




2,271 


1, 


,158 


1,292 



SOURCE: Questionnaire returns from 38 concerns to the National 
Recovery Administration, Division of Research and Plan- 
ning. The Conveyor and llaterial Preparation Equipment 
Maniifacturing Industry, prepared by J. A. Ilanle^' and R. 
von Iluhn, December 26, 1933. 



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TABLE 367 ™ -'E USilD "JITH CAUTION 

COOTEYOR MD MATERIAL PREPARATION E QUIPIilENT mJIUFACTURING INDUbTRY 

CLASSIFIED HOURLY EARNINGS OF ITAGE EARlvJERS, VffiEK OF JME 15, 1933 



Actual Earnings 


Number of 


Per Cent 


Cumulative 5!? 


per Hours 




Mag 


e Earners 


of Total 


of Total 


15^ under 


20/ 




12 


0,8 


0.8 


20/ under 


25/ 




79 


5.4 


6,2 


25^ under 


30/ 




101 


6,9 


13.1 


30p^ under 


35/ 




185 


12.6 


25,7 


35^ under 


40/ 




168 


11,4 


37.1 


40^ under 


45/ 




208 


14.1 


51.2 


45(^ under 


50/ 




180 


1£.2 


63.4 


50;^ imder 


55/ 




165 


11.2 


74.6 


55^ under 


60/ 




140 


9.5 


84.1 


60p^ under 


70/ 




141 


9.5 


93.6 


70pf under 


80/ 




76 


5.1 


98.7 


Over 80jzf 






19 


1.3 


100.9 




Total 


1, 


,473 


100.0 





SOURCE: Questionnaire returns from 38 concerns to the National 
Recovery Administration, Division of Research and Plan- 
ning. The Converyor and Material Equipment Man\ifactur- 
ing Industry, prepared by J. A. Hanley and R. von Huhn, 
December 26, 1933, 



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1^. -: U..:.D . ITP; CAUTION 

CONVEYOR AlEl i .AT':EI.;L F 3P HAtIOI: EOJilPiEl'T ■ "AMJ7ACTURI1TG IltDUSTRY 



CLAS3I?IEI) .E2KL': SAHl-IIMG-S 0? C? "-IGS E; PLOY ^Z3S 
PEP'!S3El'TATr/S .HEIC 01 .Tin's, 1953 



\feekly 

Earnirif^s 
(dollars) 

Under 5,00 

5.00 to 9.99 

10.00 to 14.99 

15.00 to 19.0'; 

20.00 to 24.99 

25.00 to 29.99 

30.00 to 34.99 ., . 

35.00 to 39,99 , 

40,00 to 44.99 

45,00 and over .,,,,,., 

Total 



Nunber 



Office En'olcyees 

CuniulFtive 
Per Cent Per Cent 



4 


1.0 


1.0 


11 


2.7 


3.7 


44 


10.9 


14.6 


q5 


16.0 


30.6 


81 


19,7 


50.3 


50 


12.3 


62,6 


-59 


14.6 


77.2 


27 


6.7 


83,9 


24 


5,9 


89.8 


41 


10,2 


100.0 


406 


100,0 





Source: IIBA questionnaire returns, 38 concerns reporting. 
Tabulation by the Bureau of the Census for the 
National Recovery Adininistrr tion Division of 
Research and Planning, Dec, 13, 1933, 



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TABLE, 369 • _ 
ROLLSPv AID SILENT OIL. IN iroUSTRY- 
CL'SSIFi:]D '''liEIILY HOURS OF F:.CTORY '":.G1 EARi'3RS, t::3EI: OF JUJH I5, I933 



Hours " orked 
Per "" eek 



20 hours or. under 
20fl to 25 hours 
25,1 to 30. hours 
30.1 to 35 hours 
35.1 to IlO h&urs 
I4.O.I to Il5 hours 
Jj.5,1 to 50 hours 
50,1 to 55 hours 
55 •! to 60 hours 
Over 60 hours 
Total . 



Factory "age "Earners 

Cumulative 
Number Per Gent Per Cent 



28 


5.7 


5.7 


17 


3:5 ■ 


■9.2 


7 


\,\x 


10.6 


52 • 


' io;6- • 


• 21.2 


130 


28.1 


ii9.3 


73 ' 


■ lU'.S' ■ 


• 6I1.I 


35 


7.1 


71.2 


130 ■ 


■ '2S.K ' 


• 97.6 





1.2 


98.8 


6 


•l'.2- • 


■ IDO.O' 


ii92 


100.0 





Source: ^Questionnaires sent out by the Nat'io'na'l "'Ae'coVery Adiiiinistration, 
h. .concerns reporting, national Recovery Administration Division 
of Research and Flamiing. The Sol'le'r and "Si'lent Cha'in Industry, 
prepared by J, A. Hanley and R. von Huhn, January 27, 193^ 



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Ro''.ler end Silent Chpln Indiistry 
Number of Factory TiafT^e "arners '^racloyed in ^statlishm°.nts 
Workins; Sriecified Shifts and Shift Hours 



Hours Worked 
per Shift 



June 1939 June 1933 October 193? 
1 Shift 2 Shifts 1 Shift 1 Shift 2 Shifts 



7 - 7.9 

8 - 8.9 

9 - 9.9 

10 - 10.9 



98 



ToVal 



572 
579 

1151 



197 



197 



322 
1^2 

454 



500 



500 



98 



Source: N.R.A. questionnpire returns, 4 concerns renortin^. Tabulae-ion by 
the Bureau of the Census for the IJational Recovery Administration, 
Division of Research and Planning, December 28, 1933, 



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roll;]?. Ai'D SIL;]1;T CILUN INDUSTRY 
CIASSIl'lJD ilOURL.Y ".V'l. irGS ^i' FACTORY ^JAJT] Jrj.aiERS, VCZIK OF JUi^E 15,1933. 



Hourly ' . 

Earninfzis ilujnbei* Per Cent Cumulative 



Factory ' ^age Earners 

"umulal 
Per Cent 



Under 15/ 
15)i' to 19.9,<^ 
20/ to 24.9/ 
25/ to 29.9/ 
30/ to 34.9/ 
35/ to 39.9/ ■ 
40/ to 44.9/ 
45/ to 49.9/ 
50/ to 54.9/ . 
55/ to 59.9/ 
60/ to 69.9/ 
70/ to 79.9/ 
80 or more 

Total 



24 


4.9 


4.9 


9 


1.8 


6.7 


47 


9.6 


16.3 


58 


11.8 


28.1 


111 


22.6 


50.7 


77 ' 


15.6 


66.3 


49 


10,0 


76.3 


37 


7.5 


83.8 


48 


9.8 


93.6 


17 


3.4 


97.0 


15 


3.0 


100.0 


492 


100.0 





Source: ;uestionnaires sent out by the Hational Recovery Administra- 
tion, 4 concerns reporting. National Recovery Administration 
Division of Research and Planning. The Roller and Silent 
Chain Industry, prepared by J, A. Hanley and R. von Iluhn, Jan- 
uary 27, 1934. 



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Classified L'eelrly L£M-.:iri^;r-.' of Office EnT^loycc£: 
Wee?: of June IC, 19S3 



T/eel:l7 Er.rninfi^s 

(Dollars) I'ui.ilicr 



Under $5.00 

$.'..00 - $2.99 ■• 1 

10.00 - 14.99 • ■ 2 

ir.OO - 19.99 • 32 

20.00 - :?.-i.99 ■' 22 

2r>.00 - 39. 9? • ■ 15 

30.00 - 34.99 * ' 5 

35.00 - 39.99 ■ 2 

40.00 - 44.99 • 5 

45.00 and Over 8 

Totpl ■ 92 



Sf.'Urcc: itRA quest ioniiaire "returns, 4 concerns ro;iorting. Tr,oulation '07 the 
Bureau of the Census for .he hationr.l Recover^'- Ac-- lini strati en, 
Division of Research r.no Planning, Deccniuer P.^^, 1933. 



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-v ■-*. IJ ."" . uJ ( (^ 



PO'TVF T^\^'S"TSST"i-' '"ACHIN'^HY INDUSTRY 
CLASSI'I^D -v'T^T^KLY HOURS 0? ^^AC '^ "''R"; Wa'^?- EAR'JEES , TO'^K OF 

JUNE 15, lJ?3 



'Vorking Hours 
per week 



Nuraoer of 
"^agp Earners 


Ppr cent 
of Total 


C-umulative per 
cent of Total 


177 




23.1 


28.1 


51 




8.1 


36.2 


78 




12.4 


4a. S 


82 




13.0 


61.5 


81 




12.9 


74.5" 


53 




8,4 


'82.9' 


60 




9.5 


.92. 4' 


22 




3,5 


•95.9 


7 




1.1 


97.0 ■ 


15 




2.4 


■99.4 
99.4 


1 




0.2 


99.6 


1 




0.2 


99.8 


1 




0.2 


100.0 ■ 



Under 20 
20.1 - 25 
25.1 - 30 
30.1 - 35 
35.1 - 40 
40.1 - 45 
45.1 - 50 
50.1-55 
55.1 - 60 
60.1 - 65 
65.1 - 70 
70.1 - 75 
75.1 " 80 
Over 80 

Total ■ 629 100.0 



Source: Questionnaire returns representing; about 61 per cent of the Industry 
as of June 15, 1933. Ifetional Recovery Administration Division of 
Research and Flannin-c. The Po^-er Transmission Machinery Industry, 
prepared by J. A. Hanley and R. von Htihn, Mar. 23, 1934. 



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Table 374 To Be Used uith Caution 
PoTTer T'ranBinisslon I^r-chinei-^^ Industry. 

Itoiiber of factor;'- We-ge Earners Snploj'-ed in Establishments I7o::-l:ing 
SiDeciiied Shifts and Shift-Kours 



Hours 


Juiie 1929 




J-OJie 


19 Co 




I'lovenber 1933 


Worlieo. 


1 shift 


2 shifts 


1 sh 


ift 


2 shifts 


1 shift 


2 shifts 


per Sliift 


Lale IFe-iale 


uale Peiiale 


' hole 


Feifiale 


i.Iale Penal e 


Hale Fenale 


\l3.1e rem: 


6-6.9 


_ 


_ 


13 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


7-7.9 


- 


- 


- 


14 


- 


222 17 


- 


8-8.9 


15 16 


- 


268 


- 


25 - 


212 - 


21 - 


9-9.9 ; 


568 


- 


101 


- 


- 


- 


- 


10-10.9 


65 - 


109 - 


15 


- 


- 


19 - 


- 


11-11. S 


_ 


30 - 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 



649 16 . 



139 - 



397 14 



23 



453 17 



21 



Source: ITEA questionnaire returns, 14 concerns reporting. Tabulation hy the 

Lurea.-e. of the Census for the rational Recovery Adriinistration Division 
of P.eseareh and Planning, Feb. 13, 1934. 



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TABLE 375 



POVJER TRANSMISSIOW MCHINERY INDUSTRY 
CLASSIFIED HOURLY EARNINGS OF FACTORY TifAGE EARNERS 
lEEK OF JUNE 15, .1933 



Actual Hourly • Number of Per cent Cumulative per 

Earnj.ngs Wage Earners ' of Total cent rf Total 

lOj^ .- 14.9^ ._ 2 ■ 0.3 - .' 0.3 

15-19,9 •■ , ; .' 0.3 

20 - 24.9 2 ,0.3 ' 0.6 ■ 

25 - 29.9 ._ 33 5.3 ' 5.9 

30 - 34-9 59 9.4 15.3 

35 - 39.9 56 8.9 24,2 

40 - 44.9 93 14.8 39.0 

45 - 49.9 74 11.8 50.8 

50 - 54 o9 90 14.3 65.1 

55 - 59.9 75 11.9 77.0 

60 - 69.9 90 14.3 91.3 

70 - 79,9 34 5.4 96.7 

8w s-r^4 -ver 21 3.3 100.0 

Total 629 100.0 



SourTe". N^'tional Recovery Administration questionnaires representing 
r.bcv.t Gl per cent of the Industry as of June 15, 1933. 
I.i-iL.nal Recovery Administration Division cf Research and 
} I'.jU'iiiig. The PoTffer Transmission Machinery Industry, 
pi'epared by J=A. Hanley and R. von Kujia, March 26, 1934. 



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1'A?L'r] ■"75 
POWER THAlTSi.ilSSIOIl ;;IAC"-II!-iERY INDUSTRY 
CLASSIFIED TiJ-hLY EARI-TII-ICtS OV OFEICE ElffLOYEES, 
Week of June 15, 1933 



Weekly Earnings, 
(dollars) 



Number 



Under 5.00 
5.00 to 9.99 
10. 00 to. 13. 49 
1?.50 to 14.99 
15.00 to 17.43 
17.50 to 19.99 
20.00 to 24.99 
25.00 to 29.99 
30.00 to 34.99 
35.00 and over 



4 
7 

14 
16 
14 
16 
13 
9 
9 



Total 



102 



Source: MA Questionnaire returns, 16 concerns reporting. Tabu- 
lation by the Bureau of the Census for the National 
Recovery Administration, Division of Research and Planning, 
February 13, 1934. 



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TABLE 377 

I-IECHANICAL PSTS? FANUVACTUEINl DJDUSTRY 

CLASSIFIED WEEKLY HOURS 1^ FACTORY 'UGE EARNERS FOR A REPRESENTATIVE 

WEEK OP JUI^fE, 193? 



Hours 'Torked 
Per Week 



ITumlDer of 


Per Gent 


Ctunulative Per 


^af-e Earner? 


of Total 


Gent of Total 


120 


13.4 


16.4 


50 


6.8 


23.2 


; 37 


5.1 


26.3 


51 


5,9 


35.2 


77 


lu.5 


45.7 


97 


13.2 


58.9 


139 


18.9 


77. B 


103 


14.0 


91.8 


37 


5.1 


96.9 


17 


2.3 


99.2 


2 


0.3 


99.5 


1 


0.1 


99.6 


- 


- 


99.6 




0.4 


100.0 



20 or under 
20.1 - 25 
25.1 - 30 
30.1 - ?5 
35.1 - 40 
40.1 - 45 
45.1 - 50 
50.1 - 55 
55.1 - 60 
60.1 - 65 
65.1 ~ 70 
70.1 - 75 
75.1 - 80 
Over 80 



Total 



734 



100.0 



Source: Nati'^nal Recovery Administration ouestionnaire returns, 15 concerns 
renorting. National Recovery Administration Division of Research 
and Planning. The Mechanical Press Manufacturing Industry, pre- 
pared by Thomas P. Kelly, June 27, 1934. 



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■::\hLL 378 

hvii .• ill. :i,c.x,i.-r-vnv;-. eek o;;' j j^^Lj 1933 



Actual 
Hourly 

(Gent>s ) 



U - 'X.g 
■5 - -^9.9 
•J - 3A.9 
5 - 39.9 
3 - 44.9 
'J - /9.9 
•3 - 5A.9 
5 - 59.9 



- 59.9 



'0 - 79.9 

and over 
Total 



.Uiiibur of 
Earners 



10 
4.1 
26 
h"l 
SO 
99 
69 

''.r.o 

8 b 
''34. 



'or > 


-eat 


0.1 




Toti 


..1 


0, 


.1, 


1, 


.u 


5. 


.6 


3, 


^ c 


■-'- 


,4 


10, 


.9 


13. 




9. 




30, 


,0 


li. , 


, 'y 


7 


n 



..u.aul... bivo 
Psr Cent 
01 Tottl 



O.A 
1.F5 

7,4 
10.9 
17.'' 
28,2 
/1. 7 
51.1 
81.1 
92.8 
100 . 



100.0 



ource: National Recovery Ac;;dni3trj.tion ■.iue;jtionn.'iirfj ro burnt', 16 

concerns reportiui-, national Recovery Adniiuistr ibion Division 
of Research c-ncl Pl.jnning. The i.iechcnicai I'rsijr idanufacturini^ 
Industry, ,..rcparc':1 by Thor.iUiJ P. Kell:;, Ji'iie r7; 1934-.. 



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TABLE 379 



WATER SOFTENER AND FILTER INDUSTRY 

CLASSIFIED TOEKLY HOURS ^F Y-IAGE EARNERS, WEEK 
01 JUNE 15,1933 















Cumulative 


Hours Worked 


Numl 


)gr 


of 


Pel 


[• cent 


per cent 


per Wpnk 


•?.'age 


Earners 


of 


Total 


of Total 


Under 20 






58 




19.!? 


19.5 


20.1 - 28 






7 




2.4 


21.9 


25.1 - 30 






30 




10.1 


32.0 


30.1 - 36 






21 




7.0 


39.0 


35.1 - 40 






29 




9,7 


4A.7 


40.1 - 45 






47 




15 ,a 


1-4.5 


45.1 - 50 






65 




21.:} 


?6,o 


50.1 - 55 






18 




6.0 


92.3 


55.1 - 6(^ 






8 




2.7 


95.0 


Over 6S 






15 




5.0 


ICO.O 



Total 290 100.0 



Sources Questionnaire returns from 25 estrblishments of the industry. 
National Recovery Administration, Division of Research eind 
Planning. The Viater Softener and Filter Industry, prepared by 
J. A" Hanley and R. von Kuhn, January 15, 1934. 



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TABLE 380 

wat.::r softei-ier mid piltse. iiifuStxy 

CLASSIFIED HOURLY EAf.l IHC-S OF WAS ZA-VJERS , ",7EEK OF JUlffi 15, 1933. 



Actual Eaj-niiii^s 


Kuraber of 


Far cent 


Cumulative 


pel 


c Hour 


Wage Earners 


of Total 


per cent 
of Total 


Under 15 ^ 


1 


0.3 


0.3 


15 - 


19.9 


1 


0.3 


0.6 


20 - 


24.9 


4 


1.3 


1.9 


25 - 


29.9 


11 


3.7 


5.6 


30 - 


34.9 


29 


9.8 


15.4 


35 - 


39.9 


20 


6.7 


22.1 


40 - 


44 . 9 


52 


17.5 


39.6 


45 - 


49.9 


46- 


15.4 


55.0 


50 - 


54.9 


44 


14.8 


69.8 


55 - 


59.9 


31- 


10.5 


80.3 


60 - 


G9.9 


29 


9.7 


90.0, 


70 - 


79.9 


18- 


6.0 


96 .O' 


Over 


80 

Total 


12 


4.0 


100.0 




298 


100.0 





Source; Questionnaire returns from 25 establir-iunents of t'.ie industry. 
National Kecoverj' Aduiinistration Division of Research and 
Planning.- Tl^.e Watel" Softener and Filter Industry, prepared 
by J. A. 1-fa.nley and R. von Ilulm, Janxiary 15, 1934. 



/J* 



TO 33 USED '"I Til CAUTICN 
-516- 

TABI3 381 ■ " 
Vfcter Softener and Filter Industry 
Classified" ^j7eel;ly Zarnin^s of 

Office 3-a"ploye3s 

Weeh of Jxxae 15, 1933 



Weekly ^mings ' Office 3;-iployeos 

(doll-D,rs) ' Cumulative 
_^ ' Jumber Per Cpnt Per C°nt 



Less than 5.00 ' " 

5.00 to 9.99 ' 11 

10 - 14.99 • ' 22 

15 - 19.99 26 

20 - 24.99 30 

25 - 29.99 20 

30 - 34.99 13 

35 - 39.99 _j '_ 11 

40 - 44.99 8 

45 and over 21 



6.8 


6.8 


13.6 


20.4 


16.1 


36.5 


18.5 


55.0 


12.3 


67.3 


8.0 


75.3 


6.8 


82.1 


4.9 


87.0 


13.0 


100.0 



Total 162 100,0 



Source: llli\ questionnaire returns, 22 concerns reporting. 

Tabulation by the Bureau of the Census for the National 
Recovery Administration, Division of Research and 
Planning, Janua.ry 2, 1934. 



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CAUTION 



a\ICERY SQUIPILJIMT LL'.MJFACTuTaA;:- I DUSTRY 

DISTRIEUTIQTi OF FAOTniY .: XrE E.JQnSS ACCGRDIITG 
TO IIJOjIE ACTUAI.LY ." AA D DDKIJ-lG JulE, 1933. 



Workin 


g Hours 


ITuviiber of 


Per cent 


Cumulative 


per 7 


7eek 


Tfage 3,-irners 


of Total 


;:; of Total 


Under ; 


20 


135 


7.0 


7.0 


20.1 


- 


25 


80 


4.2 


11.2 


25.1 


- 


30 


68 


3.5 


14.7 


30.1 


- 


35 


165 


8.6 


23i3 


35.1 


- 


40 


538 


27.9 


51v2 


40.1 


- 


45 


536 


17.4 


6S.6 


45.1 


- 


50 - 


277 


-14.4 


83 -.0 


50.1 


- 


55 


103 


5.3 


88.3 


55.1 


- 


60 


89 


4.6 


92.9 


60.1 


- 


65 


56 


2.9 


95.8 


65.1 


- 


70 


35 • 


1.8 


97.6 


70.1 


- 


( 

75 


25 • 


1.3. 


98.9 


75.1 


- 


80 


13 


0.7 


90.6 


80 and 


over 


8 


0.4 


100.0 






Total 


1,928 


100.0 





SOURCE: National Recovery Administration questionnaire returns 35 

concerns reporting. National Recovery .'administration Division 
or Research and Planning. The B.-kery Equipment Manufacturing 
Industry, prepared by J. A. Hanley and R. von Iluhn, M'.rch 
26, 1934. 



A 



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T1BL3 383 
Bakery Equipm'jnt lanuf a.cturing Indus tx-y 
number of factory '.Ta^G Ean-ers Employed in Establisliments 
Tforjcinc Specified Sliif t and Siif t Hours 

Nxijnber of June 

Ilours June 1939 1935 Novenber 195 3 

".7orked l-S-ift ;3-Sliifts 1-Sliift 1-Sl:ift 2-Siifts 5-31iifts 4-Sliifts 

Per Shift Number L'umbor Iluinber Nwnber Kujnber Number Number 

6 to 6.9 hours - - 269 9 128 - isi 

7 to 7.9 22 

8 to 8.9 ir93 - 698 191 - 84 

9 to 9.9 '360 644 

10 to 10.9 114 

Total 2089 644 1928 1946 128 84 • • 121 



Source: N.R.A. Q;aestionnaire HetUrns. 35 Establisliments for Juno 1929, and 
35 Establishments for June 1933 and November 1935. Tabulated by 
Tlie Bureau of the Census , for t,ie Nr.tional Recovery Administration, 
Division of Hesearch and Plannin^^, i.iarch 12, 1954. 



269 


9 


722 


1746 


698 


191 


185 


- 


54 


_^ 



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TA^^LE 334 

BAKmY EQUI?i..O<T iiaTOFiiCTURI ITG INDUSTRY 

DIETRIEUTIOU OF F -CTORY '."nCrl. . ^.^Llld. AOCC:;DING 
T.J .iC^uAL HOURLY i;.-RI;irC^C DuRJWG JUIIE, 1933, 



Actioal Hour 
Earnings 


ly 


Number of 
Wage Earners 


Per Cent 
of Total 


Cumulative 
of Total 


% 


15^ 


- 19.9 






6 


0.3 


0.3 




PO - 


24.9 






35 


1.8 


2.1 , 




25 - 


29.9 






33 


1.7 


3.8 




30 - 


34.9 






102 


5.3 


9.1 




35 - 


39.9 






187 


9.7 


18.8 




40 - 


44.9 






224 


11.6 


30.4 




45 - 


4 9.. 9 


- 




223 


11.6 


42.0 




50 - 


54.9 






310 


16.1 


58.1 




55 - 


59.9 




. 


213 


11.0 


69.1 




60 - 


6 9. .9 






352 


18.3 


87.4 




70 - 


79 ..9 






142 


7.4 


94.8 




80^ ■■ 


and over 




101 


5.2 


100.0 








Total 




1,928 


100.0 


• 




SOUR 


CE: National 


Recovery Adrainis 


itration questioniiaire returns. 


35 



concerns reporting. National . Recovery Administration Division 
of Research and Planning. The Bakery Equipment Manufacturing 
Industry, prepared by J. A. Hanley and R. von Huhn, March 26, 
1934. ' ' ' . 



TO BE USZD '' "ITIi C-\UTION 
-530- 

TADLE 385 

BAKERY, EQJ I FMEUT J.uiHLTACTURINO IIJLUSTRY 

CLASSIFIED ^EIO^Y EASI.INGS OF CFEICE HAHLCYEES 

lEEK HEPRESEKIiHlVTr OF JIJIIE.," 1933 



Weekly eurn-.ngs cffice Employees 

( Dollars ) . Cumulative 

Cents Per Hour ^ Humter Fer Cent Per Cent 

Less than 5.00 •■ 

5.00 to 9.99 , 

10.00 to 12.49. 

12.50 to 14.99. 

15.00 to 17.49. . . 

17.50 to 19.99. 

20.00 to 24.99 ■ 

25.00 to 29.99 

30.00 to C4.99 

35.00 and over 

Total 455 lOO.O 



Source: l^. R. a. questionnaire returns, 35 establishments. 

Tabulated by the Bureau of the Census , for the I'ational 
aecovery Administration, Division of Research -and 
Planning, Larch 12, 1934. 



- . 3 '• • 


0,7 


0.7 


7 


1.5 


2.2 


45 


9.9 


12.1 


40 


8.8 


20.9 


50 


11.0 


31.9 


33 


7.2 


39.1 


64 


14.1 


53.2 


81 


17.8 


71.0 


37 


8.1 


79.1- 


95 


20.9 


100.0 



9760 



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■^ "jZ V'-"^ ■'"1;:! tiiini'loli 

Tlk^iLi: 386 

CLASSIZI.uD 'VZiaCL" HOURS Oi:' ":o:^C ?03l FAJTOT/ ":Ai"-6 SA'^n?-S 
'73 3i: OJ' JUl^ 15, 1933 



Hours 










T.orked 


Per TTeek 


!:ale - 


- 7emale 


Tot- 


20 hours or less 


4 


^^ 


4 


SO.l 


- 


25 


3 


- 


3 


25.1 


- 


SO 


7 


2 




"0.1 


- 


:>5 


1 


- 


1 


o-.l 


- 


40 


7 


2 


9 


40.1 


- 


45 


4 


- 


4 


45.1 


- 


50 


24 


- 


24 


50.1 


- 


55 -„ 


5 


- 


5 


5".l 


- 


60 


9 


- 


9 


50 . 1 


- 


55 


fy 


- 


3 


55.1 


- 


70 


4 


- 


4 


70.1 


- 


75 


8 


- 


8 


75.1 


-. 


80 


1 


- 


1 


Over 


80 


1 


- 


1 



Fact 017- 7J.".?e Earners 

Cninulrtive 
Per Cent Pur Cent 



Total 



81 



85 



Source: F.l.A. ouestionrire return r., 4 e^.t-'blisi'iraents reporting. 

Tabulated 07 the :iureau of the Censiis, ?eo. 10, 1934, for the 
Na.tlo,.al Hecover:'- Admiristr-^tion, Divieior of Research and 
PlpniiinG- 



97i 



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TA3LE 387 
AIH TILT"-? ITDUSTRY 
CLASSI]?IED HOUPJiY' tlAHinr^S 0? PACTO^.Y '.'AC-:: ^lA^J^RS 

::^2c oy juri; 15, 193C 



\.'p.".'e iLr.rners 



Hourly earnings 



:inls - ii^eiiale 



Mirnbe 



?-:■ 



Cunulrtive 
lent TicT cent 



25 


- 


29.9 


30 


- 


34.9 


55 


- 


39.9 


40 


- 


44.9 


45 


- 


49.9 


50 


- 


54.9 


55 


- 


59.9 


60 


- 


69.9 


70 


- 


79.9 



80 and over 



Total 



1 


•<« 


2 


2 


9 


2 


14 


- 


16 


- 


5 


- 


9 


- 


11 


- 


6 


— 



81 



1 

4 

11 

14 

16 

5 

9 

11 

6 



Source: Iv^R.A. Q,uestionaire returns, 4 establishnents reporting. 

Tabuli'ted "by the 3urea.u of the cenras, Feb. 10, 1934, for the 
Fational P.ecoverjr yicministrrtion, Di virion of "ieBerrch and 
Planning. 



9760 



-523^ 

TO ~2 l'r"D '-"Ilii-GAUiTCIT -••■»- 

TABLL 333 



AIR FILira I1TDUST3Y 
CLASSIFIED VSEKLi lAirillllGS OF 
0?i'I Gi ELi'LCYUSS 

wee> 01 June 15, 1933 



OFFICE EMPLOYEES 



Weekly Earnings Curaulative 

"iTninber Per Gent Per Cent 



Less than $5.00 


- 


$5.00 - 


..$9.99 


- 


SlO.OO 


-, $12.49 


1 


ftl.?.50 


- $14.99 


1 


$15.00 


- $17.49 


4 


$17.50 


- 319.99 


6 


$20.00 


■^ $24.99 


5 


$25.00 


- $29.99 


3 


$30.00 


- $34.99 


5 


$35.00 


and Over 


S 




Total 


34 



Source: lalA. questionnaire retui'ns, 4 establishments reporting. 
TABULATED 3Y TEE BUiSAU OF THE CE;:SUS FEB. 10, 1934., 
for the national Recover:/ Administration Division of 
Research and Planning. 



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TABLE 339 



TO BE USED w'lTH CAUTION 



SPROCKET CHAIN- INLUSfRY- 

CLASSIFIED T7EEKLY HOURS OF FACTORY WAGE EARNERS 
WEEK OF-JUlffi 15,1933 



■TORl^ING HOURS 
PER WEEK 


l-iUrBSR OF 
WAGE EARlffiRS 


PER CENT 
OF TOTAL 


CUraLATIVE 
PER CENT 
OF TOTAL 


'nder 




30 




77 




44.0 


44.0 


80.1 


A 


2^ 




17 




9.7 


53.7 


85.1 


^ 


g) 




28 




16.0 


69.7 


30.1 


- 


35 




21 




12.0 


81.7 


35.1 


- 


40 




11 




6.3 


88.0 


40.1 


- 


45 




6 




3.4 


91.4 


45,1 


- 


50 




6 




3.4 


94.8 


50.1 


- 


55 




5 




2.9 


97.7 


55.1 


- 


60 




1 




0.6 


98.3 


Over 




60 


TOTAL 


3 

175 




1.7 
100.0 


100.0 



SOURCE: Questionnaire returns from 5 estp.blishnents of the industry to the IfRA. 
National Recovery Adninistration Division of Research and Slanninp;. 
The Sprocket Chain Industry, prepared by J.A.Hanley and R, von Huhn, 
January 26, 1934. 



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TA3LE 590 - 

Mallea"ble Iron Sarocket Chain Indiistry 

llxmlier of Factory Wo^-^e Earners Enoloyed in Establishments 

¥orkin<r S^Decified S'dfts and Stiift Hours 



N'um'ber of hours 
Worked "oer Shift 



1929 
June 



1933 


1933 


June 


OctoTDsr 



Under 6 



6 - 6.9 


- 


5 


- 


7 - 7,9 


- 


•w 


120 


8 - 8.9 


102 


61 


31 


9 - 9.9 


228 


9 


3 


10 - 10.9 


11 


. - 


6 


Total 


341 


175 


160 



Source: II.E.A, questionnaire returns, 5 concerns reporting. Tabulation hy 
the Bursau of the Census for the National Recovery Administration, 
Division of Research and Planning, January 3, 1934, 



9818 



/ 



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TABLE 391 ■ ,q -j^ ^^j^ rjiTH CAUTIOl 

... . . . BPROCICET GHAIW; IMLWS.THY 

CLA"SIFI":D H'-jURP' r.ArtlUNGS of factory TA&E EARIffiRS 
TEiK OF JUKE 15, 1953 



.ctual Earnings 


■Junler of 


Per Cent 


Cu^iulative 
per cent 


Per- Hour " 


lar^e Earners ' 


of Total '■'- 


of Total 



.5(Zf - 19.9^ ■ 1 0.6 0.6 

:0 - 34.9 " 37 21.1 " 21.7 

35- 29.9 20 '" 11.4 " 53.1 

^0- 54.9 13 ■ 7.4 ' 40.5 

.5 - 39.9 8 4.6 45.1 

iO - 44.9 16 " 9.1 54.2 

15 - 49.9 21 12.0 ' 66.2 

50-54.9 18 ■ -- 10.3 76.5 

55 - 59.9 . • 16 "9.1 ' 85.6' 

50 - 69.9 • 15 ' ' 8.6 94.2 

70 - 79.9 8 4.6 98.8 

OverSO 2 1.2 100.0 

TOTAL 175 100 



SOURCE: Questionnaire returns Trom 5 esta.blisn^ents of the industry to the NRA. 
National Recovery Administration Division of Research and Planning. 
The S-orocket Chain Industry, prepared hy J. A. llanlev and R. von H\inh 
Janijary 26, 1954, 



9818 



-527- 

TO B" USED "JITII CAUTION 
T.\3Lii 39S 

- MALLiSABLi; IHLiT SPIICCXii:T C};AI1: i:^USTIlY 

CLAssiiisn :r££ZLY £imi:ii:GS o? ct^ioe emfujyzes 

.lElZ 07 JI-U5 15, IS 33. 



Week?u;;- Earnings 

(Doll.- rs) Hiuji'ber 



Under 15.^0 . . . ■ — 

?.5.nn _ 19, S9 4 

?n.p,r) _ 24. SS 7 

25.no — 23.99 4 

30.00 - 34.99 9 

55.00 - 35. 9S 3 

40.00 - 44,S9 2 

45.00 and over — 



Total 29 



Source: II.H.A. questionu'iire returnt;, 5 concerriK reportin,?'. Ta'bulation 
by the S'oreau of the Censas for the National H°covery Administration 
Division of Rere?.rch ind Planv.ing, January 3, 1334. 



9818 



TO B" USED r.'ITH CAUTION 



-528- 
TABLE 393 

OIL FIELD PUMPIIIJ El'SIlIE MAITOFaCTUEIN^ INDUSTRY 

CLASSIFIED WEEKLY HOURS 0^^ FACTORY WAGE FJi.R]^ISES 

TEEK 07 JUNE 15, 1933 



Hours 
Worked 
Per Week 



Number 



^''actory Wage Earners 



Per Cent 



Cumulative 
Per Cent 



20 Hours or under 
20.1 to 25 " ■ 
25.1 to 30 
30.1 to 35 
35.1 to 40 ■ ■ • 
40.1 to 45 ■ ■ • 
45.1 to 50 • • • 
50.1 to 55 • ■ • 
55.1 to 60 ■ • ■ • 
Over 60 

Total 



63 
26- 
21 
40' 
36- 
42' 
•46' 
97 
54 
124 
555 



11.3 
4-.7 

■ 4'. 9 

■ 7.2 

■ 6.5 

■ 7.6 



17.5 ■ 
■ 9.7 ■ 
22 .3 

100.0 



11.3 
15.0 
20.9 
28.1 
1?4.6 
•42.2 
50.5 
68.0 
77.7 
100.0 



Source; Questionnaires sent out by the National Recovery Administration, 

4 concerns reporting. National Recovery Administration Division of 
Research and Plannin:^. The Oil Field Pumping Engine Manufacturing 
Industry, prepared by J. A. Hanley and E. von Huhn, Jan. 26, 1934. 



9818 



-.529- 

TO B":; USED '-'ITH CAUTION 
TA3LS 394 

OIL riJLD PUf'lPII.G El-TCrlaE IFliUSTEY 

iT[I3ER 0? FACT02Y V/AGE EAPJ'IERS EIviPLOYZD Th ESTABLISHllSNTS 
■ii^OSIilllG SPECIFIED S}:i?TS aMD SHI FT -HOURS 



June, 192g-- Juiie, 1933 October, 1933 

Number of ;__ 

Houi-s 17orked 

Per S;.ift 1 Snift 2 Shifts 1 Shift 2 Shifts 1 Shift 2 Sr.ift 



s 



7 - 7.9 




3 - 8,9 




9 - 9,9 


78 


10 -1GU9 


487 


Total 


565 



31 

528 649 10 

384 

27 
384 555 680 10 



Source - ilPiA questionnaire returns, 4 concerns reporting* Tabulation by 
the Bureau of the Census for the ITo.tional Recovery Administra- 
tion; D'-vision of Research and Planning, January 5, 1934. 



98|18 



'^ 



TO BS USED WITH CAUTION 



-530- 

TABLE 395 

OIL FIELD PUIv'IPIKG ENGINE MNUFACTURIKG INDUSTRY 
CLASSIFIED HOURLY EARNINGS OF FACTORY FAGE EARNERS, y^'ZK OF 

-JUNE 15, I'gss- I ;:■. 





• - 




Fact-ory Wage 'Earners 










Cumulative 


Hourly Earnings 


Number 


Per Cent 


Per Cent 






- — - - . , . 


,_,.. 




Under 


15 cents 


- 


- 


- . -^. 


15 to 


19.9 


3 


.5 


' " »5 


20 to 


24.9 


17 


-~^.l 


3.6 


25 to 


29,9 


15 


2.7 


6.3 


30 to 


34.9 


28 


5.0 


11.3 


35 to 


39.9 


93 


16,8 


28.1 


40 to 


44.9 


80 


14.4 


42.5 


-^5 to 


49.9 


81. 


14.6 


57.1 


50 to 


54.9 


75 


13.5 


70.6 


55 to 


59.9 : 


56 


10.1 


80.7 


60 to 


69.9 


81 


14.6 ^ 


95.3 


70 to 


79.9 


20 


3.6 


98.9 


80 cei 


its and over 


6 


1.1 


100.0 




Total 


555 


100.0 





Source: Questionnaires sent out by the National Recovery Administration, 
4 concerns reporting. National Recovery Administration Division 
of Research and Planning. The Oil Field PuTiping Engine Manu- 
facturing Industry, prepared by J. A. Hanley and R. von Huhn, 
Jant;ary 26, 1934. 



9818 



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10 BE US:]D "TITrl CAUTION 
TA3LE 396 
GIL FIZLL PUtiPll^G ZS:QU2 I.TDUoIilY 
CLASSIIi'ISD .'EZICLY IjIIIKINOS C? -_ 

crricz i;:i.J'L:.YiSs ■.".uiiEi-: cr J'JI^'E 15,i933 



$35.00 to :;;o9.99 
04O.OG to :)4^.99 
.S45.00 and over 



joslcl:/ 


Earnings 




,(d.-..llars) 


Nual) er 


Ln:3.9- tl 


laai ,;:10.00 


- 


;;io-oo 


tu Ai^.yg 


7 


:Vi3.oo 


to ::;19.99 


10 


02CiOO 


to .;34.99 


15 


$.35,00 


to .■';2D.99 


7 


ilSO.OO 


to ',3'::. 99 


5 



Totol 



64 



Source: lI.ii.A. Q,uestionnairs r';t\irn';, 4- concerns reporting. 
TabxilEition by tlic Lur-^au of t.ie Consiis for the 
national Reccver/ ^'idiamistrr.tion, Division of 
Researcli and Planninj, January 5, 19S4. 



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TABLE 397 
REF:iI(?EilATIX;MACimiE:iY IIJDUSTHY 
CLASSIFIED "uEEKLY HOURS OF FACTOP.Y VJAGE Rfu-QIERS, VffiEK OF JUNE 15, 1933 



Cumulative 

Par Cent 
of Total 



14.6 
21.0 
26.0 
32.0 

•■■4».7 
60.3 
84.0 
93.1 
96.3 
98.0 
98.9 
99,6 
99,8 

100,0 



Hours 


! Worked 


I 


'or 


Y{e<flc 


Under 


• 20 


20.1 


- 25 


25.1 


- 30 


30.1 


- 35 


35.1 


- 40 


40.1 


- 45 


45.1 


- 50 


50.1 


- 55 


55.1 


- 60 


60.1 


- 65 


65.1 


- 70 


70.1 


- 75 


75.1. 


- 80 


Over 


80 



Total 



Number 


Per Cent 


of 


of 


Wage Earners 


Total 


360 


14-. 6 


158 


6,4 


123 


5,0 


147 


■6.0 . ., 


239 


11,7 


409 


16.6 


584 


23.7 


225 


9,1 


79 


3.2 


42 


1,7 


22 


0.9 


15 


0.7 


5 


0.2 


6 


0.2 


2,464 


100.0 



Source: N.R.A. Questionnaire retiirnc, 23 concerns reporting, representing about 
62 per cent of total emplo;;/ir.ent as of June 15, 1933, and 53 per cent 
of total emplo;^ment in 1929. national Recovery Administration, 
Division of Research and Planning. Th^ Refrigerating Machinery 
Industry, prepared by J. A. Hanley and R. Von Kuhn, March 9, 1934. ( 



9818 



TiViL" 398 



TO HS US-.J ^ITH CAUTIO H 



jt^:b":?. of pactpey ^ag: z.^rit.'Rs /■^LCYain in zsT.^3LISH■■-lTOS 

-'OEICIlvTr S?LCII?IL3 SHI' TS A'.G SHI^'T -^LITRS 



LTOUES TTOiyCH 
Per Shift 



J U i>T 7. 1 9 5 9 ( l) 
1 Shift _ 2 Shifts 



Unu.er 6 






- 


" 


6-5.9 






- 


- 


7-7,9 






- 


- 


- 8..9 






219 


- 


U - 9.9 




5 


.-ins 


" 


iO - 10..9 






o42. 


- 


11 - 11.9 






- 


68 


. 


TOTAL 


4 


055 


68 



JUiC 1935 ( 


J; 


NCir;-BIE 193S(B' 


1 iJhif t 




1 Shift 


543 




- 


35 




50 


35 




2 , 045 


1,506 




592 


■^.L . 






517 




— 



58 



2,4(?4 



2,68'; 



(A; ■ 20 estptlish'aents rpp'^rting 
(B) 23 eGtatlishTQcnto reoorting 

GCUncZ: "'TxA. ciuest'ionnaire retm-ns. Ta'oulr'tion "by the 
Burosu of the Census for the i'atlonpl Recovery 
A. -nini strati on Division of Research -nd Planning 
I'etruan- 14, 1954. 



"d 



-o34- 
TABLE 399 



TO EE USED WITH CAUTION 



REFRIGERATING JtACHIi\fERY II^TDUSTRY 



CLASSIFIED HOURLY EARNINGS. 0^ FACTORY 7AGE EARNERS 
TEEK OF ;jmjE 15, 1933 



H u :s L Y 

EARNINGS 



FACTORY 



Nunber 



WAGE EARNERS 

ounulative 

Per Cent Per Cent 



10(Z^ - 14.9{< 

15^ - 19.9^ 

20^ - 24.9rf 

2b<t: - 29.9^ 

2,0(t - 34. 9c^ 

35(ff - 39.9i!f 

40(* - 44,9rf 

45(^ - A<B.9(p 

bOd - 54.9(2^ 

55(J - 59.9af 

60(# - 69.9rf 

70(^ - 79.9(# 

80^ and over 



TOTAL 



1 

17 

40 

97 

176 

333 

437 

339 

415 

230 

224 

9F 

60 

2,464 



0.1 

0.7 

1.6 

3.9 

7.2 

13.5 

17.7 

13,8 

16.8 

■ 9,3 

9,1 

5.9 

2.4 

100.0 



0.1 

0.8 

2.4 

6.3 

13.5 

27.0 

44.7 

58.5 

75.3 

84.6 

93.7 

97.5 

100.0 



SOURCE: NRA Questionnaire returns - 23 concerns reporting, 
representing aoout 62 per cent of totpl factory 
workers as of June 15,1933, and 53 per cent of 
total enploynent in 1929. National Recovery Ad- 
ninistration Division of Research and Planning. 
Tae Refrigeratinf; Mp diinery Industry, prepared by 
J. A. Janle" and R, von Hiihn, Mprch 9, 1954. 



-525- 

TABL3 400 
23FIG33ATIHr: iviACHIilERY IIIDUSIIIY 
GLA3SI?I3D V/33:LY ^AKHiTaS 
OF OFFICE Ft.'i?L0Y333 
WE3[ OF JU1T3 15, 1933 



j'eekly S:irnin£s ll-uiober 

(c.ollr.rs) ; 

Under 5.?)0 ' . 2 

5.00 to 9-.t9 - 26 

10.00 to 1-2.49 • 35 

15.50 to 14;99 - 40 

i:..00 to 17.49 • 51 

17.50 to 19.99 • 46 

30.00 to 24.99 ■ 90 

25.00 to 29.39 ■_ 81 

50.00 to 34.99 ■ 49 

35.00 -jid over ■ 111 

Tot-1 531 



Source: N3A questionnaire returns: 25 concerns reporting. 

To-bulction by the BuroT.ii of tlie Consn.s for the National 
pLecovory AJjninistr'.tion Division of Research and Planning, 
Fe'oiuar/ 14, J.934. 



9818 



/J 



-535- 

TO PS US3D '■'I'T-: CAUTION 

TABLE 4-01 

CONCRETE MI.X:]R INDUSTRY 

CLASSIFi:]D VifEEKLY HOURS OF FACTORY ""ACi; EJJINSRS FOR '.En[ YffllCH 

INCLUDED JUNE 15, 19.33. 





! Vi'orked 
■ Week 






Factory V/age Earners 




Hours 
Per 


Number 


Per Cent 


Cumulative 
Per Cent 


20 hours or 1 


ess 


41 


15.4 


^ 'l5,4 


20.1 


- 25 




23 


■ 8.6 . 


24. t 


25.1 


- 30 




21 


7.9 


31.9 


30.1 


- 35 




59 


22.2 


. 54.1 


35.1 


- 40 




34 


12,8 


. 66.9 


40.1 


- 45 




44 


16.5 


. 83.4 


45.1 


- 50 




17 


6.4 


. 09.8 


50. J 


- 55 




11 


4.1 


93.9 


55.1 


- 60 




9 


3.4 


97.3 


60.1 


- 65 




4 


1.5 


98.8 


65.1 


- 70 




2 


.8 


99.6 


70,1 


- 75 




- 


- 




75.1 


- 80 




- 


- 


- 


Over 


5« 




1 


.4 


100.0 






Total 


266 


100.0 





SOURCE: National Recovery Administration questionnaires, 13 
concerns reporting and representing more than 97 per 
cent of the industry. National Recovery Administration, 
Division of Research and Planning. The Concrete Mixer 
Industry, prepared by John A, Hanley and R, von Huhn, 
February 19, 1934, 



-537- 
TABLE 402 



TO 3E USED I7ITK CAUTION 



CONCEETE MIX.JI INDUSTRY 

CLASSIFIED HO'ORLY EARNINGS OF FACTORY "/YlGE E.^PiffiRS FOR 1/VEEK VJHICH 
IS^ INCLUDED JUNE 15, 1933 



Earnings per 
Hour 



Factcry Vfege Earners 
Number Per Cent 



Cumulative 
Per Cent 



'RB*' 



•tir 



Under 19 cents 
10 - 14.9 
15 - 19.9 
20 - 24.9 
25 - 29.9 
30 - 34.9 
35 - 39.9 
40 - 44.9 
45 - 49.9 
50 - 54.9 
55 - 59.9 
6S - 69.9 
70 - 79.9 
80 - and over 



4 
21 
28 
60 
42 
35 
29 
27 

9 
11 



1.5 


1.5 


7.9 


9.4 


10.5 


19.9 


22.5 


42.4 


15.8 


58.2 


13.2 


71.4 


10.9 


82.3 


10.2 


92.5 


5.4 


95.9 


4.1 


100. e 



Total 



266 



100. J 



S0lT^v_.F: !;:aticnal Recovery AJmini stration questionnaires, 13 concerns 
'sporting and representing more thar. S? per cent of the 
industry. National Recovery Adr.ini strati on Division of 
Research and Planning,. The Conc:'ecc' l.Iixer Industry, pre- 
pared by John A. Hanley and R. von Kv.hnj February 15, 1934. 



9-318 



J 



TABLE 40o 

coiTCiiETS i.;i:3:R ilidustey 

GUSSI?IED UE3KLY EilTi:ii:GS 0? O.FFICS ELlPLOYE.llS 
'.'EEK OF JUM 15, 1933 



TTeelcl;- Earnings 
(dollars) 



Nimiber 



Under 5.00 1 

5.00 to 2.99 ^ __^_ . 4 

10.00 to 12.49 5 



12.50 to 14.99 ^ . 5 

15.00 to 17.^-9 ^ 10 

17.50 to 19.99 11 

20.00 to 24,99 9 

25.00 to 29.99 14 

ZO.OO to S4.99 ^ 9 

''■'5.00 and over 16 

■i'otal 84 



SOURCE: LRA questionnaire returns. 13 concerns reijorting. Tabulation 
by the Bureau of the Censiis for the i.'ttional RocoTer^ Adminis- 
tration Division of Research and planninf,', Tebrua.r','- 2, 1934. 



S31& 



TABLE 404 



-539- 



JACk VXrlJ"AC7' 



;£lr,Y 



HLASI^TT^IED 'T^FTjY HOURS 0^ WA'l-'^ FAPJT5ES, WEEK OF 

JU;,'E 15, 1JL3 
(To be Used "•ath Cautior ) 



^rKin;; nours 
per week 



20 hours or "onder 



25 
10 
35 



20.1 
25.1 - 
30.1 - 
35.1..- 40 
40.1..- 45 
45.1 - 50 
50.1 - 55 



llu-xccr of 
Wage Earners 



35 
8 
4 

14 
15 

ly 

5 



55.1 



60 





Cumulative 


Per Gent 


per cent of 


of T-tal 


the total 


34.0 


34.0 


7.8 


41.8 


3.9 


45.7 


13.5 


59.3 


14.5 


73.9 


18.4 


92.3 


5.8 


98.1 


— 


98.1 


l.a 


100.0 



Total 



103 



100.0 



Source : 



jTational Reco-.-er;- Ai-ini strati on ouest ionnaire returns, 3 concerns 
reporting. TTational Recovery Aiminis tration Eivision of Research 
and Planning, The Jack I'anufacturing Industr:/, pret)ared by 
J. A. Hanley and R. von Hiihn, Aor. 17, 19r4. 



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TaBLE 405 

j^cj: :"..i:iiEi'.-.ciu:::ir"G ii-rusTi^Y 

IT-umber of Pa.ctor}- Vv.c.e Earner? (liale) En:?loyed in Est-'.^listaents 

Working S:?ecified Shifts and Shift-Hou.rs 

(To bo Used vath Caution') 

Kours "Jorhed J^xie 1929 J-u;ae 19-33 October 1933 

IPer Shi ft . 1 shift 1 shift 1 shift 

Establish Yfa^e Est blish Mu-c.e Establish Wa^e 

Earners Earners Earners 

S - 8.9 1 133 1 63 2 91 

9-99 — — ™ _ _ _ 

10 - 10.9 ^ 1 30 1 9 - - 

TOTAL - 16G ■- 72 - 91 

Source: IT.R.A. o^uestionnaire Returns. Tabula.ted by the Baireaii of the 

Census for National Recovery Ad;-iini strati on, Division of Research 
and Planning. Ma.rch 29, 1934, "Jian'oer of reporting: firms not 
stated. 



( 



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^TABLE 406 

JACK "WTTT^ACTURITn INDUSTRY 

CLASSIFIED inUELY EAR"I!^5S ?E FACT'^^Y '7AGF "^AR]\TERS, 

TE-^K OE JUITE 15, 1933 
(To be Used mth Caution) 



Act\; 
Kcur 
Earn 


al 

•ly 

ings 
- 29.9rf 


Fumber of 
Earners 


25<?S 


3 


ZOi 


- 34.9«f 


7 


Z5i 


- 39. 9(^ 


8 


AOi 


- 44.9-^ 


15 


45«> 


- 49.9^ 


17 


50 (* 


- 54.9(zi 


5 


55 (!i 


- 59.9(!J 


21 


&Q<i 


- 69.9(!f 


23 


70i 


- 79. 9«* 


2 


80^ 


and over 

Total 






103 



Per Cent 


Cumulative 


of 


Per Cent 


Total 


of Total 


2.9 


2.9 


5.8 


9.7 


7.8 


17.5 


14.6 


32.1 


16.5 


48.6 


4.9 


53.5 


20.4 


73.9 


22.3 


95.2 


1.9 


9B.1 


1.9 


100.0 



100.0 



Source: National "Recovery Adrinis tration aues tionnaire return?, three 

concerns reporting. National 'Recovery Adr.inistration Division of 
Research and Planning. The Jack Manufacturing Industry, prepared 
by J. A. Hanley and E. von Hulm, Apr. 17, 1934. 



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TO IE V3'3 ":'^" :' UTTCN 

TABLE 407 

JACK iXroFACTURINa IIIDUSHIY 

CLASSIj^IED Tj:SI[LY 3AEIIII-IGS OP OFFICE EMPLOTEES 

TOEIv OF JUNE 15, 1933 

Weekly Earnings 

(Dollars) ^lumber 

5.00 - 9,99 2 

10.00 - 14.99 10 

15.00 - 19.99 7 

30.00 - 24,99 15 

25. OC - 29.99 2 

30.00 - 34.99 

35,00 - 39.99 1 

Total 37 . 



Source: M. H. A. questionnaire returns tabulated by the 
Bureau of the Census for the National Recovery 
Administration, Division of Hcsearch and Planning 
March 29, 1934. ITumber of reporting forms not 
stated. 



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TABLE 408 
RAI'j-TAY APPLIA:tct, "A.^tP^aCTIPiIF'? IMjUSTRY 

■JUJr^ 15, 19?3 



Hours forked 
Per Week 



2u hours or •under 
20.1 to 25 hours 
25.1 to 30 hours 
30.1 to 35 hours 
35.1 to 40 hours 
40,1 to 45 hours 
45.1 to 50 hours 
50,1 to 55 hours 
55.1 to 60 hours 
over 50 hours 



Total 







Cumulative 


Nunher 


Per Cent 


Per Cent 


58 


19,9 


19.9 


31 


10.7 


30,6 


52 


17.9 


48.5 


25 


8.6 


57.1 


88 


30.2 


87.3 


9 


3.1 


90.4 


9 


3.1 


93.5 


1 


3 


93,8 


2 


7 


94.5 


16 


5.5 


100 


291 


100 





Source: Que stionn^i ires sent out by national Recovery Administration - 

6 concerns reporting. National Recovery Administration Division of 
Research and Plannin'^r. The Railway Apioliance "anufacturing 
Industry, nreoared by Thomas P. Kellv, V'ar. 26, 1934. 



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TABLZ 409 

EAIL/LA.Y APPLIAITCE LijVIIUEAGTUHIlia IlIDUSTHY 

UUlffiSH 0? EA.CTOHY VJAGE EASiCHS, LtfiLS, ElilLOYED IIT ESTABLISaiEUTS 
Y/OiaCIi'G SPECIEIED SHIPTS AUD SHIPT H0U3S 



Hours Juiia 1929 Jur-e 1933 Qctob.eLi 1933 

VJoiiced ■ ' 

per Shift 1 Shift 3 Sni^fts 1 Shift 3 Shifts 1 Shift 3 Shifts 



Under 6.1 - - 07 

6-6.9 - - 16 

7-7.9 - - 123 - 273 

8-8.9 30 - 58 - 66 

9 - 9.9 53 - 7 - 

10 - 10.9 329 

11 - 11.9 - 235 - _ . - 
Total 432 ."35 291 - 339 



Source: IDA questionnarie returns, 6 concerns reporting. 
Tabult?.tion by the Bureau of the Census for the 
i1i-;.tion?.l Recovery AJninistration Division of Research 
anc. Planning, i.iarch 12, 1934. 



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TaPLE 410 

RAIL'7/\Y .IPPLIiirC^ f'^Z^U^VCTUBIir- IlIDUSTRY 

CL-^^SIT'I^D HOURLY "B'AHym-JS 0" ^--CTIP.Y 'UaG-E EA";!'ERS, 'TEW OF 

■ J-mTE 15, 19?3 

4.ct-ual ■^arnina;s Cumulative 

Per Hour ITuTiber Per Cent Per Cent 

Under 15(* - . 

15c* to 19.9<i 

201^ tc 24.9rf 

25(!f to Pd.Sr* 5 1.7 1.7 

20<i to 34.9'^ 11 3.8 5.5 

35-^ to 3y.9rtJ 33 11.3 16.8 

40«; to 44.9^ 107 38.0 53.5 • 

45<!i to 4J.9rf 63 21.7 75.3 

50^ to 54.9eJ 40 13.7 89.0 

55(^. to 59.9;;; 18 6.2 95.2 

6C!^ to 69. 9f^ 10 3.4 98.5 

70(i to 79. 9u* 2 .7 99.3 

QOti or more 2 .7 100.0 

Total 291 lOC.O 



Source! Querticnna.irps sent out by '^atioril Recovery Aiiministration - 

6 concerns reoortin^. Fati-^nal Recovery Alminis tration Division of 
Research ani Plannin=r. The Rpil^^ay Aisnliance fanufact'orina; 
Industry, prepared by Thomas P. Kelly, Mar. 26, 1934. 



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TO BE USED WITH CAUTION 



R4.IL'7aY APPLIA.NC-^ MA,TnPACTURII"G INDUSTRY 
CLASSIFIT^D 'TET^'-'LY EAH'.'INTS 0? 07^ICE E^PLOrEES, TOEK OF 
JUME 15, 1933 



Weekly Earnings 



yiomber 



Per Cent 



Cumulative 
Per Cent 



Less than $5.00 
5.00 - 9.99 
10.00 - 12.49 
12.50 - 14.99 
15.00 - 17.49 
17.50 - 19.99 
20.00 - 24-.99 
25.00 - 29 -.99 
30.00 - 34-. 99 
35.00 and over 

• Tctql 



1.1 



9 


10.0 


21 


23.4 


?8 


31.1 


11 ■• 


12.2 


5 


6.7 


7 


7.8 


4 ■ . . 


4i4 


3 


a. 3 


90 ■ 


100.0 



1.1 
11.1 

34.5 
65.6 
77.8 
84.5 
92,3 
96.7 
100.0 



Source: Railway .^noliance Que stio-nn-T ires sent out by ^Tational Recovery 
Administration - 5 concerns reportin.:- National Recovery 
Administration Division of Research and Planning. The Railway 
Apr)liance Manufacturing Industry, prepared by Thomas p. Kelly, 
Far. 26, 1934. 



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0) 


o 


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-fIYI.R.A.ULIC MCIilNE?.! IiroUSTHY 
CLASSIFIED ViEi^IfLY- HOURS 0" FACTORY 1. 'AGE EiJTUEnS, :7EEI[ OF JUIIS 15, 1S33 

. .(To. be. U.sed. ydth .C.a.u.ti.on.) 

Factory. ■TaGe Earners 

Actual Hours Numlier Per Cent Curiulative 

'Torked ?er ".'eel: a/ _ "er Cent 

2b or under 146 27.1 27.1 

20.1 to 25 33 6.1 33.2 

25.1 to 30 ■ 27 -5.0 . 38.2 

3'0.1 to 55 &2 11.5 . 49.7 

35.1 to 40 ' • 35 6.5 '56.2 

40.1 to 45 • • 57 10.6 ■ 66.8 

45.1 to 50 80 14.8 ■ 81. G 

50.1 to 55 ' 55 10.2 91.8 

55.1 to 60 28 5.2 97.0 

Over 60 16 3.0 100.0 



Total 



539 



100.0 



a/ Hot inclu(iing overt i:p.e v.^or!: at rates above norr.ial. 

Source: Special tabulation submitto-d by Hydraulic Ilacliinery 

L.'anufactures Industry. 14 concerns report in;;: 'to the IIRA. 
National liecovery administration Division of Research and 
Planninr:. The Hydraulic rachinery Ihdustrv, preoared by 
J. A. Hahley and R. von JIuhn', January 15, 1934. 



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HYDRilULIC MACHI^raRY TPDUSTHY 

CLASSITTIED HOURLY ■EABNIN':}S OF FACTORY TAGE EARNERS 

WEEK or JUNE 15, 1533 
( To he Use d vdth Caubion) 



Actioal 
Earnings 
Per 
Hour n/ 



Unler 15 4*. 
15 to 19.9(!f 
20 tc 24.9rf 
25 to 29.9rf 
30 to 34.9(ji 
35 to 39.9^ 
40 to 44.9«J 
45 to 49,9<f 
50 to 54.9rf 
55 to 59.9«( 
60 to 69.9(i 
70 to 79.9^ 
80;^ or more 
TOTAL 



Factory Wage Earners 



Nimiber 



Per Cent 



9 

4 

3 

12 

48 

57 

61 

73 

48 

44 

71 

74 

32 

539 



1.7 
.7 
.6 

2.2 

8.9<zS 
10.6 
11.3 
14.1 

8.9 

8.2 
13.2 
13.7 

5.9 
100.0 



Cumulative 
per Cent 



1.7 

2.4 

3.0 

5.2 

14.1 

24,7 

36.0 

50.1 

59.0 

67.2 

80.4 

94.1 

100.0 



a/ Not including -vcrtime work at rates above normal. 

Source: Special tabulation submitted by Hj'draulic T'achlnery Manu- 
factures Industry, 14 ccnccrns reporting to the IIRA., National 
Kecovory Administration Division of Research and planning. The 
Hydraulic Machinery Industry, prepared by J. A. Hanley and 
R. von HMhn, Jan. 15, 1934, 



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PULP AiiD PAPER I iCi'IiJIlRY INDUSTRY 

CLASSIFILiD ^E^IKLY HOURS OP FACTORY l,7iGE E.lRNERS DURING A 

?j]PREs::;jiTATi''7E VAi::;": of jti^e, 1933. 



1 J or king Kours 
Per Tieek 



20 or under 
20.1 - 25 
25.1 - 30 
30.1 - 35 
35.1 - 40 
40.1 - 45 
45.1 - 50 -. 
50.1 - 55 
55.1 - 60 
60.1 - 65 
65.1 - 70 
70.1 - 75 
75.1 - 80 
Over 80 



Nuraber of 
lj'a,5e Earners 


Per Cent 
of Tot_al_ 


Cumulative 
Per Cent 
of Total 


31 




5.1 


5.1 


E6 




4.2 


9.3 


33 




5.4 


14.7 


86 




14.0 


28.7 


39 




6.4 


35.1 


51 




8.3 


43.4 


124 




20.3 


63.7 


66 




10.8 


74.5 


55 




9.0 


83.5 


64 




10.5 


94.0 


13 




2.1 


96.1 


17 




2.8 


98.9 


4 




0.6 


■ 99.5 


3 




0.5 


100.0 



T0T;i 612 100.0 



Source: National Recovery Administration questionnaire returns, 15 

concerns reporting. National Recovery Administration, Division 
of Research ", Planning. Tho Pulp and Paper Machinery Industry, 
prepared by Thomas P. Kelly, June 28, 1934, 



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TABLE 416 

?UL? Ai'iD pap::r ?:Ac:iiJoi?y iitdugTxIY 



TO m USED WITH GAUTIOIJ 



CU.SSIFIED ilOmiLY EAIIKIITGS OF FACTORY VlAG'.Z EARLiSRS FOR 
REPRESErTATI''/E VffiEK OF JmTE,1933. 



Actual Hourly 
Ea rnings 

10 - 14.9 cents 

15 - 19.9 cents 

20 - 24.9 cents 

25 - 29.9 cents 

30 - 34.9 cents 

35 - 39,9 cents 

40 - 44.9 cents 

45' - 49.9 cents 

50 - 54,9 cents 

55 - 59.9 cents 

60 - 69.9 cents 

70 - 79.9 cents 

■30 cents and over ■ 









Cumulative 


Number 


of 


Per Cent 


Per Cent 


\''age Earners 


of Total 


of Total 


2 




0.3 


0.3 


8 




1.3 


1.6 


15 




2.4 


4.0 


42 




6.9 


10.9 


77 




12.6 


23.5 


49 




8.0 


31.5 


80 




13.1 


44.6 


67 




10.9 


55.5 


75 




12.3 


67.0 


45 




7.3 


75.1 


75 




12.3 


87.4 


50 




8.2 


95.6 


27 




4.4 


100.0 



TOTj\L 



612 



100.0 



Source: National Recovery Administration questionnaire returns, 15 con- 
cerns reporting. National Recovery Adraini strati on. Division 
of PiGsearch <'.. Planning. The Pulp and Paper Machinery Industry, 
prepared by Thomas P, Kolly, June 28, 1934. 



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TABLE 417 
SAm:iLL LACIIITOY I>IDUSTSY 
CLASSIFIED WEEKLY HCimS 01? 770EK FGH FACTORY "JASi) EAEOTEHS 
FCa V;Ei<2i OF j'uI^E' 15, 1933 ' 



Hours 

Worked I'^ umber 

20 honors or Ipss 13 

20,1-25 ......... 3 

25.1 - SO ... ■. 3 

50.1-35 11 

35.1-40 8 

40.1-45 2 

45.1-50 ..... '52 

50,1 - 55 "... 9 

55.1 - 60 145 

over 60 — 

Totrl 244 



Source: H.R.A. queEticnnplre rpt'.i.rns, 5 establishments reporting 
Tabulation by the Bureau, of the Census for the National 
Recovery Ac.mini strati on, Division of Research and Plajining 
Dec. IS, 1933. 



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TABLE 418 

SAWMILL MACHINERY I'JDUSTRY 
limiB^R 01 FACTORY 77AGE EARJ^IERS El.iPLOYED lU 
£STABLISm.:£IJTS SPECIFIED, SHIFTS ASD SHIFT - HCURS. 



number Hours 

Worked June 1S29 June 1933 October 1933 

TPr shift 1 shift 2 shifts 1 shift 2 shifts 1 shift 2 shifts 3 shifts 4 phiftt 



8 - C,9 

9 - 9.9 

10- 10.9 

11- 11,9 

Ic Tjid over 
TOTAL 



65 



78 



21 



143 



217 



217 



21 



IS 2 



162 



26 



204 



26 



204 



Source: N.P..A. Q,\iestionnaire Returns. Tabulated by the Biireau of Census 

for the National Recoyery Administration, Division of Research and 
Planning. Dfc, 19 1933. Number of Establishiients Reporting un- 
known. 



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TABLi; 419 

SATl.:iLL !.iach:ne?lY iiidustry 

CLASSIEISD HOUHLY EARillDIGS OF ?ACTGI1Y WAC-E EARITEES 
FOR ■JEEK 01? JUIJE 15, 193S 



Hourly 
B",rnings 

Cents Per Hcur IT-.m'b'^r 

Under 20 , ,..* 

20 - 24.S .. '43 

25-29.9 .30 

30-54.9 '29 

35 - 0S.9 '21 

40- - 44. 9 21 

45-49.9 '. ' 42 

50-54.9. 20 

55-59.9 14 

50 - G9.9 19 

70 - 79.9 1 

80 ijid, over 4 

Tot-il 244 



Source: U.?..A. qiiestiojinaire : r'-'.:Tnv. , 5 pat --olish-ipnts reporting 

Tabul.^.tion hj the B r'^nu of th© Cphsus, for the iiitionnj Re- 
covery Ajinini strati on, Division of IlfeG^n.rch and Planning, 
Dec. 19, 1953. 

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TJilsLa 420 
SA.Jl,;iLL i^ACIIIilEHY luDUSTEY 
CLASSIFIED "JEEKLY ZARl'IiJGS OF OFFICE EtlPLCYEES 
WEEK OF JUNE 15, 1933. 



"Jeekly 
Earnings 

Dollars Niim'ber 

Less than 5.^0 ~ 

5. no to 9,99 3 

in.no to 14.99 5 

15. no to 19.99 5 

20.00 to 24.99 4 

25.00 to 29.99 4 

oO. no to 34.99 8 

06.00 to 39.99 — 

40.00 to 44.99 2 

45.nn anl over 7 



Tot.?l 



Source: N.R.A. questionnaire returns, 5 estn.blisliJierits reporting. 
TaT^ulation by the Bureau of Census for the &tional Re- 
covery Adrainistration, Division of Research ajid Planning. 
Dec. 19, 1933. 



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Ti.BLE 421 



CEraiiiL i.iAClilWL liJDUJ.'TRI 
CLaSSIPIZD- LiiFLY LOUi»«-£)F L'ikGTORI '.^i.uE 



]i,i.iiti\'ERo, 



.Eli. UF JU'IIL 15, 1933, 



l.orkini^ Hourf; 
per \.eek 



Under 20 



20.1 


- 25 


25.1 


- 30 


30.1 


- 35 


35.1 


- ^0 


/,0.1 


- A5 


A5.1 


- 5Q 


50.1 


- 55 


55.1 


- 60 



ili'jiiber of 
.■age Ectrner;; 



Over 60 



6S 
23 
45 
5B 
89 
177 
91 
4-4 
29 



Per Cent 


Cui.iulativc 


of Total 


I'cr Genii 




01 rot;:.l 


10.0 


10.0 


3.5 


13.5 


6.9 


20. A 


8.8 


29.2 


13.5 


la.i 


26.9 


69.6 


13.8 


83. A 


6.7 


90.1 


U^U 


9A.5 


5.5, 


100 . 



Total 



658 



100.0 



Source'. .uestionnaire roUxras froi;i 36 entablishments of tlie industry 
reporting to the i'.'Pwi. liaLiont-i recovery /v loinistrc-.tion Divi- 
sion of ReoG.irch tiid Plannin^;. The Cereal ur.chine Industry, 
prepared by J, •:. ■.idnlcy ..xA R. von Huiin, iebi-niLry 2^, 193A. 



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T.U3LI 422 



TC m USED ^ITH OATJTION 



cjii-^iL ;aghifjhy industry 

lOJ^iB'-H OF "ACTOir: 'hJ}^ ._ JtF-HS "GRICIKG 

s?:;ci]?i::d s^-iifts .j'D bHiPT .-iouBS 



Number of 

Hours 7orked 

Per Shift 



June 1929 



1. Sliifi 



June 19u3 



JL, Shift 



Octoter l'dZ'6,_ 



I Shift. : __-2.._Shiit_s_ 



Under P 

6 - 8.9 

7 - 7.9 

8 - 8.9 

9 - 9.S 
10 - 10.9 



TO"AL 



340 

192 
1342 



54 

551 

27 

26 

558 



216 

570 14 



^93 



14 



\ 



SOUIiCI: IWA ■■uestionnpire returns - o6 concerns reporting. 
Tabulatio Idv the 3'areau of the Census for the 
iJpticnal Recove-E^' Adninistraticn Division cf E©-- 
search ..and Planning, Januar-' 15, 1954. 



981 »; 



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TABLZ 423 

GERLi:L i,lACHIi>:L iaiXJSTI.Y 

CL..SCIFIID HOUIlLi J.,:.ia.L.;u. Oi I'lCTORY uAGL LARiIERc, 
' LEi; OF JUhI,. 15, -"'-S'3?- 



/■ctxK-1 iiourly 
Earnings 



Uuaei 


.^ 15 


') cents 


15 - 


19. 


9 


20 - 


24. 


■ 9 


25 - 


29. 





30 - 


34. 


c 


35 - 


39. 


.9 


40 - 


44. 


.9 


45 - 


49. 


.9 


50 - 


54 


.9 


55 - 


59 




60 - 


69 


.9 


70 - 


79 




80 a 


na : 


jver 



IJumber of 



1 
13 
65 
94 
90 
B4 

103 
63 
5.^ 
49 
23 
11 

653 



i-er Cent 
of Totul 



J..2 


u.l 


2.0 


9-9 


14.3 


13.7 


12.8 


15.6. 


10.3 


7.. 9. 


7.4 


3-5. 


1.7 



OL'.mul.^tive 
Per Cent 
of Totul 



O.b 

0.9 

2.9 

12.8 

27.1 

40,8 

53.6 

69.2 

79.5 

87.4 

94.8 

98.3 

?lOO.O 



LQO.O 



Liour je: 



Cuf-3Lionn..irc return;^, from 36 estubliraiinenta of the industry re- 
porting to the hii'i. i.Jtional ueooyery ..dmlnistration Divir^ion of 
Rer.earch -nc^ j^lcinnin^. The Cereal ;.i..,chine Industry, prepared by 
J. A. lie.nley .u.ia Ti. von hului, Febn!.ii'y 24, 1934- 



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TABLE 424 

CEREAL MACHIIGRY INDUSTRY 

CLASSIFIED WEEKLY EARHIHGS OF OFFICE EI\iPLOYEES 
JUNE 15, 1933 



Weekly Earnings 

(Dollars) . Nurn'oer 



Under 5.00 2 

5.00 to g.p^: 11 

10.00 to 14.99 27 

15.00 to 19.99 33 

20.00 to 24.99 26 

25.00 to 29.99 26 

30.00 to 34.99 18 

35.00 to 39.99 10 

40.00 to 44.99 2 

45.00 and over 14 

Total 169 



Source: NEA questionnaire returns, 35 concerns reiDorting. 

Tabulation by the Bureau of the Census for the National 
Eecovory Administration Division of Research and Planning, 
Jaau. 15, 1934. 



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iV-DLiL, 



425 



iLLCTRIO Cvi.RliLilD GR.aiL INDUSTRY 
CLASSIFIED :;EEILLY JtaJURS DURING .. HIPKI SEi'TKTIVI 

>;eek of juwi:, 1933 



Houra '.orked 
Per '.jeek 



Factory ^Re Earners 



iju: ibe: 



•cr uer 



it. 



Cumu].:-.GJ-ve 
Per Gent 



20 or under 
20.1 - 25 
15.1 -.30 



30.1 



^'.■) 



3J.1 -.40 



4-0.1 - 45 



A5.1 - 50 
50.1 - 55 
55.1 - 60 
60.1 - 65 
65.1 - 70 
70.1 - 73 
75.1 - 30 
OviT CO 

Total 



88 



27 

1.45 

6?. 



15 


]. 



-I. ( n f 

5 = 9 
5.0 

29.2 

12.5 
13 . 5 

5.6 

3.0 

0.4. 



/.97 



.1 



100.0 



17.7 
23.6 
.28.6 
34^.0 
' 63.2 
75.7 
S9.2 
9A.3 
97.0 
98.2 
?8 . 2 

98.4 

99.0 

100.0 



Sovrce^; .v-L;'oiul Recovery J'.dininiptr.'.tion ':ue^n.iormairo returns, 
10 concerns re/jcrtin..^. x^RA Division of ReGGarch i;nd 
ilannin^-. The iJ.octric CverheL.6. Crane Industry, pri;pared 
by u. R. ilcinley ttnc. R. von iiu'.m, June 15, 1934- 



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TABLE 426 

ELECTRIC OVERHEilD CRAIIE INDUSTRY 

CLASSIFIED HOURLY EARHIHGS OF FACTORY i.VAGE li'iRNERS FOR A 
REPRESENTATIVE VfESK OP JUNE, 1933 



Actual Hourly 
Earnings 


Numbi 
V/age 


sr of 
Earners 


Per Cent 
of Total 


Cumulative 
r' of Total 


25)zf . 


- 29.9/i^ 




1 


0.2 


0,2 


30 - 


34.9 




41 


8.0 


8.2 


35 - 


39.9 




78 


15.7 


23. !5 


4C - 


44.9 




77 


15.5 


39.4 


45 - 


49.9 




63 


12.7 


52.1 


50 - 


54.9 




54 


10.9 


63.0 


55 - 


59,9 




53 


10.7 


73.7 


60 - 


69.9 




80 


16.1 


89.8 


70 - 


79.9 




30 


G,0 


95.8 


GC;2^ « 


■ir more 




21 


4.2 


100.5 


Total 




497 


100.9 




SOURCE: National 


Recove) 


?y Adminis 


tration ques 


tionnaire returns. 



ten concerns reporting. Natio- al Recovery AdministratioK 
Division of Research and Planning. The Electric Overhead 
Crane Industry, prepared by J. A. Ilanley and R. von Huhn, 
Jme 15, 1934. 



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HAIR CLIPPER liAIlUPACTURIlIG IIJDULTRY 
CLASSIFIED "T.i;ia.Y HOURS OF ".AGE EARNLKS DURING YCEK OF JUNE 15, 1933 



Working Hours 
Per "Veek 



Nvimber of 
TTage Earners 



Per Cent 
of Total 



Cumulative Per 
Cent of Total 



Under 


• 20 


20.1 


- 25 


25.1 


- 30 


30.1 


- 35 


35.1 


- 40 


40.1 


- 45 


45.1 


- 50 


50.1 


- 55 


55.1 


- 60 


Over 


60 



TOTAL 



10 

G 

5 

22 

35 

8 

22 

12 

1 

1 

122 



8.2 

5,0 

4.1 

18.0 

28.7 

e.e 

18.0 
9.8 
0.8 
O.S 



8.2 
13.2 
17.3 
35.3 
64,0 
70.6 
88,6 
98.4 
99.2 
lOC.O 



SOURCE: Questionnaire returns from six establislTmentsj representing 

45-50/0 of the industry, to the National Recovery Administration. 
National Recovery Administration, Division of Research and Plan- 
ning, The Hair Clipper Manufacturing Industry, prepared by 
J. A, Hanley and R. vori Htihn, .January 18, 1934, 



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TABLE 428 
HAI?. CLIPPING HAHUrACTUHING IKDUSTRY 
lIUl/ffiER 0? FACTORY IfAGE EAI'.NERS aCPLOYSD IN SSTABLISffiffiKTS 
■..'OHiaiia SPECI'iTED SHIFTS AND SHIl^-HOinS. 

: (T'o be Used vnth' Caution) 

Numter of Hours June 19.?9 June 193L5 October 1933 

•./orked per Shift 1 Shift 1 Shift 1 Shift 2 Shifts 



7 - 7.9 


- 


8 - 8.9 


40 


9 - 9.9 


114 



88 70 

88 25 

34 - 



Total 154 122 113 70 



Source: II. H, A. auestioniiaire returns, G concerns reporting. 
T.'i.'bulation by the Bureau of the Census for the 
Na.tional Recovery Adriini strati on Division of Re- 
search and Planning, Jan. 3, 1934. 



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TABLE 4:29 

HAIR CLIPPI]R Ili'^JTUFACTURIUG IIJDUSTRY 
CLASS IFILD IiOlIRLY E:'iPjn:iGS OF WAGE Z'JIIIJIRG DURIITGTHI] TffiEK OF JUIJE 15,1933 



Actual 
Hourly 

Earnings 



Number 
of y.'age 
Earners 



Per Cent 
of 
Total 



Cumulative 
Per Cent 
cf Total 



15^ - 19.9;f 
20 - 24.9 
25 - 29.9 
30 - 34.9 
35 - 39.9 
40 - 44.9 
45 - 49.9 
50 - 64.9 
55 - 59.9 
63 - 69.9 
70 - 79.9 
Over 80 
Total 



9 
10 
18 



5 
12 



122 



3.3 
6.6 

• -7.4 
■8.2 
14.7 

■ .22.9, 
. 5.7_ 

. . e.6_ 

• 4.1 
. 9.0 

. 4.1 
6.6 

100. G 



3 .3 
9.9 
17.3 
25.5 
40.2 
63.1 
63.8 
75.4 
79.5 
89.3 
93.4 
100.0 



SOURCE: Questionnaire returns from six establishments representing 45- 

50 /' of the industry. National Recovery Administration, Division 
of Research and Planning. The Hair Clipper Manufacturing In- 
dustry, prepared by J. A. Hanley and R. von Huhn, January 18, 
1934. 



9818 



-566- 

TABLE 430 
HAIR CLIPPER MAITIFACTURING IIDUSTRY 
CLASSIFIED ifE"^KLY EARl^IHG-S OF OFFICE EMPLOYEES, 
\7EEK OF JUIME 15, 1933 

(To be Used mtli Caution) 



Weekly EarningG llumber 

(dollars) 



Under 5. 00 - 

5.00 to 9,99 ■• 2 

10. 00 to 14. 99' 4 

15,00 to 19.99- 4 

20. 00 to 24. 99- 2 

25.00 to 29.99' 1 

30. 00 to 54. 99 1 

Over 35. OO - 



Total ' 14 



Souroe: IJTIA. questionnaire returns, 5 concerns reporting. 
Taoulation of the Bureau of the Census for the 
National Recovery Administration Division of Re- 
search and Planning, January 3, 1954. 



9818 



-567- 

TJIBLE 431 

S'J.nda-;'- Ws.^.e Data 
193S - 1934 



1'2'EU i:ci' Jujie 1 l-P^" 

1933 1934 1934 



iTujiibcr of Uniolo^ees He;5orted 591 

Paid jy the Four 35C 

Salaried 253 

Total ?a-i-olls P.e.orted $43,554 - $75,671 

Average Ho'o.rl:- Earnings (in cents) 

Hoarl;- En;-'lo7ees 75.16 
Average UeeMj" Earnin;,s (in dollars) 

Salaried Zi.nlcj'ecs $38.21 
i'Tumbcr o£ Hourly Znriloyces 

Earning, Icss'tlirn 40 cents per hour 43 

Earnin , exactl;'- 40 cents "'er hour 44 



Source: Questionnrirc returns fror.i Code Authority, 21 con--,anies re ortin;:,. 

Trhulated b;/ the Code Authorit;- for the rational Hecovciy Ac^j-ninistration, 
Division of Research and Planning, August 9, 1934. 



9818 



-568- 



1C rs USID 'TTPI C/UTICN 



CYLI.'IDIR i..^ 



T-BL;: 432 



GLkSSIFiLD hourly LAR.lIi\uS OF FaGTOEY uAuL E..MZR3 
i.E'av OF Jli^y 15, 19?3. 



.oriCxU;; xiourt 
i'ev -.eek 



iJumber of 



rer oeno 
of Totc.l 



i'er Ceut 
of Total 



u'naei' ;<C) 

20.1 - Z5 

25.1 - 30 

30.1 - 35 

35.1 - AO 

^0.1 - 45 

A5.1 - 5j 
Total 



30 



Source; i'lcitioiiu.! Recovery iiclininiotrv-tion t.ueationiiciire returns 
rehire .'.^en^in^ about 53 per cent of the total employment 
ar> of Juiie 15, 1933. .iationtd Recovery Adninistration 
Division of Research i'Xiu rlrnnin^. The Cylinder Liould 
uid Drxidy Roll Industry, prepared by J. A. Hanley a.id 
R. von iiuhn, ..,,reh B- 193^. 



9818 



TO BE USED WITH CAUTION 
TABLE 433 

Cylinder liould and Dandy Eoll I-dustry 

Num'ber of Factory Wage Earners E:nployed in Establishments 

, Vrtjrking, Specified Shifts and Shift-Hours 

Number of June 1929 (a) June 1933 Cb) October 1933 
Hours Per Shift 1 Shift 1 Shift 1 Shift 

7 to 7.9 - - - 17 

8 to 8.9 3 16 2 

9 to 9.9 31 13 " 14 

Total 34 29 33 



(a) 5 establishments reporting. 

(b) 7 establisiiments reporting. 



Source: N.R.A. questionnaire returns. Tabulation by the Bureau of the Census 
for the National Recovery Administration, Division of Research and 
Planning, January 11, 1934. 



9818 



-570- 

TABLE U3U 

CYLIIJDEE laOULD AUD DAHDY ROLL nHDUSTRY 

CLASSIFIED HOURLY EARNINGS OF FACTORY WAGE EARNERS, 
F;EPl"i£S£NTAl'IV£ ",7£EK OF JUKE 1933 

Factory T/qge Earners 



Cumulative 
Hourly Earninprs N umti er Percent Percent 

Under 25 - - 

25 - 29.9 2 

3n - 34.9 2 

35 - 59.9 - 8 ... 

40 - 44.9 6 

45-49.9 2 

50 - 54.9 

55 - 59.9 , ,,• 3 

60 - 69.9 2 

60 - 79.9 5 

8n and over - 

Total 50 



Source: N.R.A. questionnaire returns, 8 ccnperns r pporting. Tabulation 

of the Bureau of the Census for thei National Recovery Administra- 
tion, Division of Research and Planhin*^, Jan, 11, 1934, 



9760 



r571- ■ 
TA£LE I1.35 



EAILRO'Vi SPECIAL TRACK EqUIP -Zi-IT "■Ai-IUFAC'^IHIilG I'3USTRY 
CLASSIFIEIj hours of "OR-^ I'"0E ■^"^CTORY "AQE EARijZRS 
FOR "-EEIC T-IIC'I IITCLUDED JUl^ 15, 19 3 3 





Weekly 




Hours 


20 hours or less 


20.1 


- 25 


25.1 


- 30 


50.1 


- 35 


35.1 


- 40 


40.1 


- 45 


45.1 


- 50 


50.1 


- 55 


55.1 


- 60 


50 and over 




Total 



F A C TORY 



1-Iun'ber 



WAGE EARNERS 

Cunulative 

Per Cent Per Cent 



369 

174 

5i3 

133 

77 

37 

60, 

43 

37 

51 

1,0^9 



33.5 

15.8 

5,3 

12.0 

7.0 

7.9 

5,5 

.. 3.9' 

.4 

5.6 

100.0 



35. 6- 
49,4- 
54.7' 
65.7' 
73'.7 
81,6 
B7a 
91,0 
94,4 
1(D0,0 



Avern. e: 31,5 'lours Per ?'an 



SOURCE: NRA Questionnaire returns, 17 concerns reporting. 

National Recovery Aaninistration Division of Research 
and Planning. The Railrord Special Track Equip'nent 
i'anuf ; cturing Industry, prepared by Thonas P.Kelly, 
K-^rcii 1^1, ly34. 



9318 



TABLE U36 
Railro'^d Sioecial Track Equir)ment Industry 
N iroter of Factory Wa.'^e '^arnerT, ^mriloyed in ''iista'bllshments 
Workine; SiDecified Shifts and Shift Hours. 



I'Tuiiber of hours 
Wori-ed loer shift 



Under 6 

6 to 6.9 

7 to 7.9 

8 to 8.9 

9 to 9.9 

10 to 10.9 
Total 



June 1939 
1 Shift" "' 



32 

786 
1300 
2121 



2 Shifts 



379 



379 



June 19:^3 
1 Shift 



12 

1002 
85 

1099 



Octo'ber 1933 
1 Shift 



22 
1233 



1255 



Source: T.'R.A. Questionnaire returns, 17 concerns reiDOrtinfr. Tabulation by. 
the Bureau of the Census for the National Recovery Adininistr?'tion, 
Division of Research and Planning, January 11, 1934. 



( 



9818 



-573- TABLE U37 

RAILROAD SPECIAL TRACK EQUIP' E'^fT ' ANTIPACTURIUG IVDTTS^RY 

CLASSIFIED -I URLY E.^FIKGS OF FACTORY ''AGE EARiffiRS 
'^OR "^SEK THIGH inCLUDED JIHIE 15, 1 9 S 3 



Hourly 



20 - 24.9 
25 - 29.9 
30 - 34.9 
35 - 39.9 
40 - 44.9 
45 - 49.9 
50 - 54.9 
55 - 59.9 
60 - 69.9 
70 - 79.9 
30 and over 



FACTORY V A G 



EARNERS 



Nunlier 



Total 



7 
52 

108 

151 

170 

122 

170 

107 

119 

49 

34 

1,099 



Per Cent 



0.6 

5.7 

9. '6 

13.7 

15.5 

11.1 

15.5 

9.7 

10.3 

4.5 

3.1 

100.0 



Cuiul stive 
Per Cent 



0.6 
6.3 
16.1 
29.8 
45.3 
56.4 
71.9 
81.6 
92.4 
96.9 
100.0 



SOURCE: IIRA Questionnaire retui-ns - 17 concerns reporting. National 
R.-cove|fy Adninistrnt ion Division of Research and Planning. 
The Railroad Special Trac'-: Snuip'^ient tfr'.nufac taring Incustry, 
■Dre'oared b" Tho"ias P. JCelly, I'arch 12, 1934. 



9312 



TABLE ^33 



^'il.'-i '■.'■uJ ■.■j'.".'jl <Xj 



:^ '■-il G INDUSTRY 



CLASSIFIED IZ^KLY T^AEIINGS 0? OFFICE EtIPLOYEES 
FOli 7EEK ^HICH lUGLaED JLIJE 15, 1933 



Weekly 
Earnings 



NuBber 



Per Cent 



Cunulative 
Per Cent 



Less than $5,00 
$ 5.00 - $ 9.99 
olO.OO - $14.99 
,15.00 - <t>l9.9e 
$20.00 - $24.99 
$85.00 - $39.99 
$50.00 - $M.99 
$35.00 - $39.99 
$40.00 - $44.99 
$45.00 and over 



10 


5.0 


16 


8.0 


27 


13.6 


S3 


16.6 


22 


11.1 


28 


14.1 


18 


9.0 


12 


6.0 


33 


16.5 



5.0 

15.0 
26.6 
43.2 
54.3 
68.4 
77.4 
83.4 
100.0 



Total 



lb9 



100.0 



SOlT'iCE: ':I-iA Q,uestionnaire returns; 17 concerns re-riortine. 
national Recovery Acininistration Division 01. 
Research and Planning. The Railroad S-pecinl Track 
Equionent lianxifacturing Industry, prepared by 
Thomas P. Kelly, March 12, 1934. 



9813 



-575- 

TA31E ^39 

SHOE liACHIlIEHY IIQUST?.Y 

Clr.ssifiec. '..'eekly Hours of Vfe;^-e Ilr.rners 
?.epre.se:itrtive '.Teek in June, 1955« 



Working Hours 
■oer ¥eek 


iiu; :ber of 
T7r,':;e Z^arncrs 


Per Cent 
of Totri 


Cumulative 
Per Cent 
of Total 








Under ; 


50 


5S 


2.0 


2.0 


20.1 - 


25 


1U6 


5.0 


7.0- 


25.1 - 


30 


52s 


IS.O 


25.0 


30.1 - 


35 


U32- 


lU.S 


39. s 


35.1 - 


UO 


1,063 


36. U 


76.2 


Uo.i - 


1+5 


315 


10. S 


87.0 


U5.1 - 


50 


2U2 


S.3 


95.3 


50.1 - 


55 


SS 


3.0 


93.3 


55.1 - 


60 


33 


1.1 


99. U 


6o.i - 


65 


10 


0.3 


99.7 


65.1 - 


70 


3 


0.1 


99. s 


70.1 - 


75 


2 


0.1 


99.9 


75.1 - 


80 

Total 


o 


0.1 


100.0 




2,922 


100.0 





SOURCE: NRA quer/bioiincire returns, Zk concerns reporting. National 
Eecoverj' Ad; lini strati on Division of llesecrch and Planning. 
The Shoe Ilr.cliincry Industry, prepared h;" J. A. Hanley and 
H. von ailm, V.r.Tch 27, 193*+ • 



9760 



-576- 
TABLE ^^0 



Slioe Machine rj' Industry 

N'um'brfr of Zlsto.'blishments and launber of Factory 
Wage Earners, Male, Siuoloyed in Estatlisiments 
V/orkinr, Specified Shifts and Shift liours. 



llumbor of 




lie. of 


hours worked 




Establish- 


per shift 




ments 


6 - 5.9 




1 


7 - 7.9 




- 


8 - 8.9 




5 


9 - 9.9 




3 


Total. 




19 


Source : 


1I5A. 


questionn; 



fage 

Earners 

male) 


No. 

Estr 

raont 


of 

iblish- 

;s 


V/age 

S?.rnt 

(male 


;rs 


>To. 

Estc 

raent 


of 

'.bli 

;s 


sh- 


Y/age 
- IJarners 
(male) 


4 


1 




2 




1 






2 


- 


2 




104 




4 






127 


361 


15 




311 




14 






393 


454 


2 




49 




1 






44 ^ 



819 



20 



466 



20 



566 



N5A. questionnaire returns, 20 establislmonts reporting 
Ta.bulation by the Bureau of C,oii8U8 for the National 
Secovery Administration, Division of Research and 
Planning';, February 27, 1934. 



)81B 



-577- 

TA3LE hhl 

SHOE MACliiySRY IHDUST?:/ 

Classified Eoiirl" Earnings of ?actoiv '-^-'ge Earners, 
Hepresentative TJeek in June, 1933 



Actual Hourly 
Earnings 


ITurfoer of 
■Tr^^-e Earners 


Per Cent 

of Total 


Cu:.iulative Per 
Cent of Total 


20 5^ - 2U.9 ^ 


12 


o.h 


O.U 


25 " - 29.9 " 


6 


• • •* 

■^ • » 0.2 


0.6 


30 " - 3U,9 " 


U2 


i.h 


2.0 


35 " - 39-9 " 


7U 


, 2.5 


U.5 


1+0 1' - 14+. 9 " 


97 


3.3 


7.S 


1+5 n _ U9.9 II 


96 . ,_ 


- ' 3.3 


11.1 


50 It - 5U.9 n 


2H9 


3.5 


19.6 


55 " - 59.9 " 


216 


. 7.U 


27.0 


60 " - 69.9 " 


577 


19. s 


U6.8 


70 " - 79.9 " 


S79 


23.3 


70.1 


80 " and over 


,'^7^ : 


29.9 


100.0 


Total 


2,922 


100.0 





SOURCE: NRA questionjirirc returns, 2h concerns reporting. National 
Recovery Ac_iinistrption, Division of Eecoarch and Planning. 
The Shoe Ilac'iineiy Industry, prepared l^y J, A. Hanley and 
R. von Evl-in, Ilarch 27," I93U. 



9760 



■-STA- 
TABLE UU2 
SET7ING I'lACHiyE INDUSTTi" 

Clr,ssii"iec. ".'eekly Hours of Factory Eiroloyees, 
'.."eel: Ending Cctober 7, 1S33 







"--ct 


orv lilra'olo' 


yees 


Per 
Cent 








Non- 




Cumu- 


Hours worked 




Produc- 


Produc- 


- Total 


of 


lative 






tive 


tive 




Total 


. Per- Cent 


Under 20 " 




2SS • 


5 


291 


2.8 


.2.8 


20 - 2919 




sgS ■ 


25 

4 


921 


g.9 


11.7 


30 ^ 3U.9 




1,1G0 • 


137 


1.317 


12. s 


2U.5 


35 - 39.9 




i,2<;7 ■ 


55 


1.352 


13.1 ■■ 


. 37.6 


ko - hk.3 




5,333 • 


soo 


6,133 


59.^ ■■ 


. 97.0 


k5 - U9.9 




153 • 


79 


232 


2.2 ■ 


99.2 


50 - 59.9 




2 • 


35 


37 


.u 


99.6 


60 or more 




]. • 


^3 


kk 


.u.- 


. 100.0 


Total 




3,ih5 ■ 


1,179 


10,327 


100.0 ■■ 




7eif^hted Average 












nours per • 


'eek 


33,7 











SOIHCE; Price, 'Jc.terliouoe (?:' Corapany report to the MIA.. National 

Recovery ■Ad:":inistra.tion Division of ilesea,rch a.nd Planning, 
The Se'-'ih.'^ ilr.chine Industry, prepared 03' 11, K, Lyle, January 

IS, 1934. 



9760 



-579- 

SZ7INC- ;.-iCHIL12 I1DUS^:'?.Y 

Glascifiec. Hourly Earnings of factor;' '^'c^^^e Zai-ners, 
Week Ending Octooer 7> 1533 



Actual Earnings 
per Hour 



TJaee E^-rnez's 



Per Cent 
of 
rramber Total 



CiiriLile-tive 
Per Cent 



20 to 2U.9 cents 
25 to 29.9 
30 to 3^.9- 
35 to 39.9 
Uo to 1^9.9 

50 to 59.9 
60 to 79.9 
SO to 99.9 
$1,00 or more 
Total 



22 



.2 



.2 



62 


.B 


.g 


U114 


h.i 


4.9 


6914 


6.7 


11.6 


1.737 


16. s 


2:.4 


1,304 


12.4 


4S.S 


3.929 


3S.0 


S4.S 


1.279 


12.4 


' ?T.2 


236 


2.S 


100.0 


10,327 







SOURCE: Price, ".Taterl'.oune and Con--)anj' re;oort to t-ie IT.''A. National 
Recovery Ac'-iini Titration, ."Division of pLesearcli r,nd Plannin.'j. 
The Sevrin/^; llacidne Industry, prepared j"' 2.. Z. Lyle, 
Januarjr IC, 193' 1. 



9760 



-530- 



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-5 CI- 
TABLE UU5 

BOBBIII AMD SPOOL INLUSTEY 

PERCENTAGE DISTRIBliTIOTI OF CLASSIFIED EARNINGS PEB HOUR 
OF FACTORY xAGE EARIIE-'.S I'J THE BOBBIN AtlD SPOOL IInIDUSTEY 
FOR SPECIFIED DATES 















1933 




1933 




Earnings 




1929 




1932 




Jtdy 16 




AUgU£ 


;t 20 


per 






Cumu- 




Cumu- 




Cumu- 




CUi.u- 


Hour 






1 at iwe 


> • 


lartive - ■ - 


lative 




lative 


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2 


2 


13 


13 


13 


13 


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30<^ 


27 


•29 


28 


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37 


50 


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29 


•5S. 


.30 


71 


32 


82 


68 


68 


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50^ 


21 


• 79 


15 


86 


11 


93 


19 


87 


5fl(^ under 


60^ 


9 


• 88 


8 


9U 


k 


97 


7 


9U 


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8 


• 96 


k 


v5S 


2 


99 


k 


98 


75^ and OTer 


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100 


2 


100 


1 


100 


2 


100 


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100 




■ 100 




100 




100 




Soujfce: 


Spe 


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3ubmitt 


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' the industry. 


average 





size of sample 1,706 emplpye-^s, 17 concerns reporting 
to the NRA. National Jlecovery, Administration Division 
of Research and planning. The Bobbin end Spool Industry, 
prepai'ed by John A. Hanley rnd E. von Huhn, December 
29. 1933. 



« * 



9318 



T'vBLE ^+^+6 TO B3 VZ7.D "TI'li CAITICN 
COUNTER TYPE ICE C:;E-UI FR"^::ZER I;'DU:.TRY 

CLASSIFIED Yffi^;KLY HOURS OF FACTORY "AGE KiRNER.S "■ 
FOR \! EEX REPRESENTATI"/E OF JUNE, 1933 



Hours Worked 
Per ^Teek 



Number 



Factory """age Earners 



Per Cent 



Cumulative 
Per Cent 



20 hours 
20.1 to 
25.1 to. 
30,1 to 
35.1 to 
40.1 to 
45.1 to 
50.1 to 
55.1 to 
60.1 to 



or under 
25 hours 
30 hours 
3 5 hour s 
40 hours 
45 hours 
50 hours 
55 hours 
60 hours 
65 hours 



Total 



14 

5 

6 

64 

58 

11 

14 

3 

2 

177 



7.9 

2.8 
3,4 
36,2 
' 32.8 
6,2 
7.9 
1.7 
1.1 

100.0 



7.9 

10.7 
14.1 
50.3 
83.1 
89.3 
97.2 
98.0 
100.0 



SOURCE: National Recovery Administration questionnaire returns, 

seven concerns reporting. National Recovery Administration 
Division of Research and Planning. The Counter Type Ice 
Cream Freezer Industry, prepared by J. A, Hanley and R. 
von Huhn, April rt9, 1934. 



9313 



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-■■-iSU-' 1,-Q 32 US2:D "'ITH CArTION 

TABLE IlUS 

COUNTER TYPL ICE CIlKUi rKT.'Tu I:TDUCTRY 

CIAtiGIFIED HO'JIiLY A ll'TNGS FOR F .CT'^itY ";.TE E.^JIN'^IRS 
FOR XfESli liEPliEcEIfTATIVE OF JUIIE, 1933 



Earnings 




Per 


Hoi 


jr 




25^ 


to 


29, 


.9/ 


30,zf 


to 


34, 


.9/ 


35;zf 


to 


39, 


.9/ 


40/ 


to 


44, 


.9/ 


45/ 


to 


4'.,, 


.9/ 


50/ to 


54, 


.9/ 


55/ 


to 


59, 


.9/ 


60/ 


to 


69, 


.9/ 


70/ 


to 


79. 


.9/ 


80/ 


or 


more 



Factoiy ''age Earners 







Cumulative 


Number 


Per Cent 


Per Cent 


6 


3.4 


3.4 





4.5 


7.9 


14 


7.9 


15.8 


54 


30.5 


46.3 


16 


9.0 


55.3 


35 


19.8 


75.1 


15 


8.5 


83.6 


18 


10.2 


93.8 


1 


.6 


94.4 


10 


5.6 


100.0 



Total 177 100.0 



SOURCE: National Recovery Administration qu>;stioimaire returns, seven 
concerns reporting. National Recovery Administration Division 
of Research and Planning. The Counter Type Ice Cream Freezer 
Industry, prepared by, J. A. Hanley o.nd R. von iluhn, April 
19, 1934. 



9813 



-535- 'iO as ■iJSSD WWr CAUTION 
TABLE ^'-^g 
COUKTEH TYPE ICE CREAI.; FHEEZER linJUSTHY 
CLASSIiTIED ^/EEICLY EAHllNGS OP OFFICE EIv'LPLOYEES, 
Reprocentative "Jeek of Jxuie , 1933 



NiMiber 



TJeelcl},'- EarninTs 
(Jollri-s) 

10.00 - 12.49 . . 

12.50 - 14.99 ,. 

15.00 - 17.49 .. 

17.50-- 19.99 .. 

20.00 - 24.99 . . 

25.00 - 29.99 . . 

30.00 to 34.99 . 

35.00 and over . 

Total 



2 
3 
9 
3 

2 
10 
33 



Source; II. R. A. qiiestionna.ire returns, 5 concerns re-oorting. Tabulation 

by the Bureau of the Census for t.'ie Llational Recovery Administration 
Division of Research cjid Plcjining, IJarch 17, 1934. 



9818 



-536- 



GLA«tiIFILD HOUfiLi E^-ilLJIi^GJ OJ;' F;.,CTari i'hODUCTIOl 
L.IrLOiLI.>S Bj^ ^^^, -^ Oh AiJOii::;? 1, 1933 



Halo 



Rate of Pay L'urnber Per Ciurnu- 

Per Hour of Ya.\- Cent l^c- 

ployees of • tive 
Totcl 



i-'emale 


['kirabei' 


Per 


Cumula- 


of Ein- 


Cent 


tive 


■ i.iloyee£j 


of • 
ToUl 




r. 


3. A 


3. A 


]J.7 


U.7 


/i8.1 


i.:3 


A6.9 


95.0 


10 


3.8 


98.8 


2 


.8 


99.6 


1 


.A 


100.0 


262 


100.0 





Under 


20^: 


1 


.1 


.1 


20 to 


29. 9^^ 


?J, 


2.3 


''1 / 


30 to 


39. 9 V 


225 


2A.A 


26.8 


40 to 


A9.9.- 


/,5o 


Aj.O 


69.8 


50 ^0 


59.9,. 


152 


l/,..5 


84.3 


60 to 


69. 9 V 


83 


8. A 


92.7 


70y and over 


77 


7.3 


100.0 


Total 


1,047 


100 . 





bource: ;lechan.icdl Packing j.-ssociation, repovi. b tiis NRA, Nationall 

Recovery Administration Uivioion of Rei"jearfih and Pltmnin^-. The 
■Jiecnanical rackiu'^ Industry, ;re:.-ared by P.. ... Lyle, April 7, 
1934. 



9313 



-537- 

table 451 
sh0i7er door iiqustry 



Classified Ilovirs of Work For Factor^" Employees For 
T7eek ITliich Included September I5, 1933 

TO BE USED WITH CAUTION 



Hours Worked 
Per Week 



Factor:/ Era-ployees 

Cuu-.ulr.tive 
ifam'ber Per Cent Per Cent 



Weighted 
Average 



20 hours or under 
20.1 to 30 hours 
30.1 to 35 
35.1 to Uq 
UO.l to ^5 
U5.I to 50 
50.1 to 60 
Over 60 hours 
Total 



3 

g 



15 



SOURCE: NBA oi'.estioimaire returns, S concerns reporting. National 
Recovery Acij-.inictration Division of Research rjid Planning. 
The Shovrer Door Industry, prepared V J, A. Ilanley and R. 
von Huhn, :;r.rch 16, 1934. 



9760 



-533- 
SHO'IEH DOOr. IIIDUSTH" 



TO BE USED TTITH CAUTION 



CLASSIPIJD IIGUPlLY EAm\[IlJGS OF FACTORY Z' PLOYEES FOR 

3]e::.i7iiich included -septm user 15, 1533 







Factory Employees 


Hourly ' . 




Cumulative 


Earnings 


Number 


Per Cent Per Cent 



Under 10 cents 

10 to 19.9 

20 to 2U.9 

25 to 29.9 

30 to 2I4.9 2 

35 to 39.9 " " 1 

ho to U9.9 1 

50 to 59.9 ■ 3 

60 to 79.9 ■ k 

SO to 99.9 3 

$1,00 or more 1 

Total In 



SOURCE: NRA question:! \ire returns, 6 concerns re:^iorting. National 
Recovery Ao: -inistrption, Division of Recearch and Planning. 
The Sho'ver r^oor Industry, prepared by J. A. Hanley and 
R. von tlvlva, '.'.c.vch 16, I93U 



9760 



3ICYCL3 ;iA.I!PAC'.TjHr-G- T.uuSmi 
CLASSIi'ILD IffiZiCLY HOURS 01' T/OHi: FCii rACrORT '^GE EAHIIERS 
Ftti i:EEK 0;j' JUiE 15, 1933 



FACTORY TJAGE EiiRlERS 



Hourr, TJorl'.ed 
Per Vfeek ■ 







Cumulative 


Iliunber 


Per Cent 


Per Cent 


55 


9.5 


9.5 


65 


11.0 


20.5 


2 


0.3 


20. 8_ 


IS 


3.0 


23.8 


136 


22.9 


46.7 


72 


12.1 


58.8 


225 


38.0 


95,8 


12 


2.0 


98.8 



20 hoars or less 
20,1 - 25 ■ 
25,1 - 30 ■ 
30.1 - 35 ■ 
35.1 - 40 
40,1 - 45 
45.1 - 50 
50,1 - 55 
55,1 - 60 
Over 60 



TOTAL 



593 



1,2 



100,0 



100,0 



Source! II. R, A, C^aestionnfi.ire Returns. 4 Estfiblishments. Tabulated by 
the Bureati of the Censu s, for the Ilr^tional Recovery Adminis- 
tration, Division of Research ajid Plpjining, December 13, 1933, 



9760 



-590- 

BICYCLS ."liuIUVACTUHIL-C- IlfDUSTRY 
CLASSIFIES HOUIiLY E/iZlIIiiGS 0? PACTOHY TTAGE EAEI>]ERS 
70:i T/EEi: 0? JIJIIE 15, 1933 '" 



PACTORY I7AGE EARITERS 



Hoiirly Enrnings 
(cents ) 



ITumber 





Cumulntive 


Per Cent 


Per Cent 


0.7 


0.7.. 


1.0 


1.7- 


5.4 


7.1' 


9.3 


16.4 •• ' 


16.4 


32.8 - • 


11.8 


44.6 


25.1 


69.7- • 


15.2 


84.9"" 


5.8 


91.7" 


4.9 


96.6 


3.0 


99,6" • 


0,3 


99.9 


0.1 


100,0 



Under 15 
15 to 19.9 
20 to 24,9 
25 to 29,9 
30 to 34.9 
35 to 39.9 
40 to 44,9 
45 to 49,9 
50 to 54.9 
55 to 59,9 
60 to 69.9 
70 to 79,9 
80 6r more 



Totrl 



4 

6 

32 

55 

97 

70 

149 

90 

40 

29 

18 

2 

1 

593 



100,0 



Source: II, R. A. Q,uestionnai re Returns, 4 Estn'olisliments, _ Ta"bulr"tecL "b^' " ""^ 
the "Bnre.-m. of the Cens^is , for, the ilr.tional Recovery AdminiG- 
tration, D'ivisio.i of Research and Plrjininjs;, December 13, 1933, 



9750 



-591- 

TABLS U55 
lI'.r^CL'J rAi'ir^ACTlJ^IlIG IFDUSTRY 
CLASSIFIED •'EJiiaY J-'AR-^I'-GS 'OF OFFICE EIIPIDYEES 
FOR "'^53:: 07 JUTffi 15, 1933 



■'raEKLY S.-milli'GS 
(D/^llars) 



OFFICE EIPL0YEE3 



dumber 


Per Cent 


Cumulatl-Tv 
Pey Cent 


8 


11.8 


11, B 





U.8 


2348 


25 


36,8 


60,4 


13 


19.1 


79,5 


5 


7.3 


66, D 


2 


2.9 


89.7 


3 


4.4 


P4.1 



L«9 3 tha* 55.00 • 
55,00 to 9.99 ■ 
10,00 to 14.99 
15,00 to 19.50 
?9.00 to 24,99 
25,00 to Se.90 
30.00 tp 34.99 

. 35.00 to 39. Ce 
40.00 to 44,93 
<:5,0^ ani oTor 



Total 



_J5 

68 



1.5 

10f>.0 



95,6 

100, c 



Souroot NRA Quostionnaire returns^ 5 establishments , Tabivlated by 
the Bi^r'«_au_pf jbhe Census for the National R^kotrvrvi-y AcLmlnis- 
tratipn, "division of "^.osoarch and Planning, Deo. 13, 1935, 



5«12 



-59^ 



TABLE U56 
TRAILER MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY 
CLASSIFIED WEEKLY HOURS OF WAGE EARI\riiRS, JUlffi, 1933. 



Hours Worked 

Per W_e^ek 

20 or under 
20.1 to 25 
25,1 to 30 
30.1 to 35 
35.1 to 40 
40.1 to 45 
45.1 to 50 
50.1 to 55 
55.1 to 60 
Over 60 

Total 801 100.0 



Bource: N.R.A.Questionnaire returns from 10 concerns representing. 
70 per cent of the total vrage earners in 1931. National 
Recovery Administration, Division of Research and Planning 
The Trailer I&nuf acturing Industry, prepared by 
C. A. Pearce, Jan. 30, 1934. 



Number of Wage 


Pe 


rcentage of 


Earners 






Total 


36 






4.5 


25 






3.1 


15 






1.9 


22 






2.7 


12 






1.5 


39 






4.9 


95 






11.9 


137 






17.1 


103 






12.9 


317 






39.5 



9813 



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T?j;iLI,:. ''..AL7L¥kCT:m]'G- liSJUSTRY 

IJUi'.iSES 0? JTACTO.'.Y WAGL EARi-IISS ^i.^LOYED IN 
LSTABLISE.fLilTS WORKIIIC- SP::CIFIED 
SHIETS Mil) SHIFT-HOURS 



N-jjnber oi hours Jurxe 1929 June 1953 OctoBor . 1954 

ViForl:e6- jor shift 1 shift 2 Kl.ii'ts 1 shift 2 r^hif t s I shift 2 -hift 

7 to 7. 9 ■ ; .. 453 

3 to G.9 "6 419 h29 26 

9 to 9.9-. 

10 to 10.9 

Total ' " 568 i-OA' 801 • 9G2 26 



"6 




419 


562 


504 


382 


568 


l04- 


801 



Source: IHA. -niestioniioire returns, 10 concerns reporting. Tabulation 
by the L3ureau of the Cejisus for tlie National Recovery Acjninistrr.tion, 
x)iviL',ion of Research and PlsaiiUn:;, Janv.ary 11, 1934, 



9816 



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TABLE ^'i^-^ 
TRAID'IR MANIFACTURING INDUSTRY 
CLASSIFIED HOURLY EARWIKGS OF WAGE EARNERS, JUNE, 1933 



Hourly Earnings 



All establish- 

ments 

No. of v;orkers 



Edgerton-S tough ton 



No « of workers 



Under 15 cents 
15 to 19.9 cents 
20 to 24.9 cents 
25 to 29.9 cents 
30 to 34.9 cents 
35 to 39.9 cents 
40 to 44.9 cents 
45 to 49.9 cents 
50 to 54.9 cents 
55 to 59.9 cents 
oC: to 69.9 cents 
70 to 79.9 cents 
80 cents and over 



1 

9 

159 

134 

41 

62 

129 

136 

57 

18 

42 

13 



POl 



6 

158 

130 

18 

10 

4 



331 



Source; NRA questionnaire returns. 

National Recovery Administration, Division of Research and 
Planning. The Trailer Manufacturing Industry, prepared by 
C. A. Pearce, Jan. 30, 1934. 



931S 



n^^. 



TABLE ^+59" 



TRAILER LIANUFACTURIKG INDUSTRY 



Average HO'tJriLy Earnings in Establishments Classified According 
to Location, Trailer Manufacturing Industry 1929-1933 



One week One V,eek One. week Percentage Percentage 

June, June, Oct., change change 

1929 193,3 1933 June, 1929 June, 1933- 

• June, 1933 Oct,, 1933 



Location of plant 



Qents 
Northern cities of 
less than 50,000 
population .» 45.1 

1 estab . - Augusta 
Kansas - 55 »0 

2 estabs . -Edger%*R • 

&• Stoug-hton, Vi'is. 46.0 
1 estab .-Bell wvuj, ■ . 

Ohio " - " . a/ 

Southern cities .55.1 

1 estab. -Savannah, 

1 estab. -Ri e)ii7iiM«i , 

1 estab.- Mamphin, 

lenn. •.»»«...... oo.b 

1 estab .- HousVtn, 

Texas ........... 61.4 

Northern cities cf 
over 50,000 popula- 
tion. 72.3 

1 estab .- South 

Ben4, Ind &/ 

1 estab.- Detroit, 

Mich. 72 .8 

1 estab_.-Circinnati , 

Ohi o..... ....... a/ 

All establishments 57.5 



Cents 

26.4 

56.9 

25.6 

40.0 
45.1 

50.1 

43.6 

34.1 

59.3 

47,4 
56.6 

,47 .8- '••■ 
43.1 



Cent s 

34.1 
55.9 

33.3 

40.0 
46.2 

49.0 

43.1 

48.3 

59.1 

54.6 
_._65..Q 
■"54 .4 

50,8 



-. 42.0 


1 


29.0 


; u 3 .5 


- 


1.8 


- 43.0 


f 


30.0 


-18.0.- 


f 




.:2.4 


— 


- 


2.2 


— 


- 


a.2 


- 13.2 


+ 


41.6 


- 3.5 


- 


.3 


- 24.0 


f 


15.0 


■- ■-y;'^--" 


X 
t 


14.8 


-'■34.0 ■ 


f 


13.8 


~ 


\ 


17.9 



39.5 



45.5 



31.0 



f 15.0 



a/ Not operating. 

Source: N.R.A.questionnaire returns. National Recovery Administration 
Division of Research and Planning. Trailer Manufacturing 
Industry, prepared by CA.Pearce, January 30, 1934. 



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TABLE U6o 

■CiileiFIBff TiE:::;KLY EAPJTIiTGS OF OFFICI! EIIFLOffiES 
leek of .Time 15, 1933 



Weekly Ep.rnincs 
(dollars) 



Less than 35,00 
$5.00 to $9.99 
$10.00 to $14.99 
$15.00 to $19.99 
$20.00 to $24.99 



$25.00 5o $29.99 
$EB.00 to $34.99 
$35^00 to $59^99 
$40,00 to $44.99 
$45 ..00 and over 



xJ-unber 



Per Cent 



_0f f i ce_ jErnplo yees 
Ciomulative 
Per Cent 



1 


.7 


16 


■ 10.5 


12 


7.9 


44 


28.9 


15 


9.9 


41 


27.0 


4 


2,. 6 


8 


5.3 


11 


7.2 



.7 

11.2 

19.1 

48.0 

■ 57.9 

.■84.9. 

P7,5 

9i2.8 

100,0 



Total 



■152 



100.0 



Source: U.K. A. questionnaire returns, 10 concerns reporting. 
Tabulation by the Bureau of the Census for the 
national Recovery Administration, Division of 
Research and Plannin;,. January 11, 1954" 



9818 



-597- ■■ ■ 
TABL: ^61 

nfARIi AIxR R,:GI3T.:i?. INDUSTRY 

CIA33I?I..D 'IT-l^LY H0ir;3 OF FACTORY VfAftT 
EARKERS FOR 'T ...J;' ".IIICH INCLUDED 
SEPTEMBER 15, 1D33 OR 
NEAREST TYPICAL \Y::EK , . . 



IJumbcr of Hours Cumulative 

"i.rorkod Per Vi'eck Rumber For Cent, Per Csnt 



20 hours or under 7 

20.1 to 30 hours 9 

30.1 to 35 " 6 

35-j.l " 40 " 189 

40.1 " 45 " 8 

45.1 " 50 " 6 

50.1 " 60 " 1 
Over 60 hours 

Total 226 100.0 



3.1 


3.1 


4.0 


7.1 


2.7 


9.3 


83.6 


93.4 


3.5 


96.9 


■ 2.7 


99.6 


0.4 


100.0 



Source: Ouestionnaires eant out by the Rational Recovery 
Administration, 14 concerns reporting. 
National Recovery Administration,. Division of 
Research and Planning. The arm Air Register 
Industry, prepared by Arthur B. Fridingor, 
Inarch 26, 1954. 



-593- TA3KJ 462 

"TAKi Ali; E^JGIST;]a INDUSTRY 

CLASSIFIED IIO'IRLY i:;AraJIFGS 07 FACTORY iJ'Aff^ EAPJJERS 
FOR lAfEEK lYIiICK HTC.LU'-):JD SEPTEMBER 15, 1933 OR 
I\!EAR:]oT TYFICAi. "SEK 



Vifage Earners 



Hourly 
Earnings 




Number 


Per Cen 


Under 


10 cents 






10 


to 


19.9 


cents 


— 




20 


M 


24.9 


11 


— 




25 


II 


29. 9 


:l 


2 


0.9 


30 


11 


34.9 


It 


17 


7.5 


35 


1i 


39.9 


ti 


13 


5.8 


40 


11 


49.9 


11 


110 


48.7 


50 


II 


59.9 


It 


43 


19.0 


60 


It 


79.9 


It 


29 


12.8 


80 


II 


99.9 


It 


8 


3.5 


)1. 


00 


or more 


4 


1.8 




Total 




22e 


100.0 



Cumulative 
Per Cent 



0.9 
8.4 
14.2 
62.9 
81.9 
94.7 
98.2 
100.0 



Source: Questionnaires sent out by the National 

Recovery Administration, 14 concerns reporting. 
National Recovery Administration, Division of 
Research and Planning. The Warm Air Register 
Industry, prepared by Arthur B. ?ridinger, 
March 26, 1934. 



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-599- '. ■• 
TABU'; ^63 

VJ'AR'i AIR REGISrjR INDUSTRY 

cla.ssifi::;d i'.i;..;KLY .AFjv'iiiGS of office 3.iployses 

FOR VS'JK y/IilCH INCLUDED SEPT.JMBER 15, 1933 
OR Nj;APJ]ST TYPICAL 'AfEEK 



V/eekly 
Earnings 



Number 



Cfficc Eiiiployees 



Per Cent 



Cumulative 
Per Cent 



Less than 05.00 

05.00 to ''}°.99 1 

10.00 to 14.99 3 

15.00 to 19.99 12 

20.00 to 24.99 6 

25.00 to 29.99 4 

30.00 to 39.99 3 

40.00 to 59.99 2 

60.00 or more 1 

Total 32 



3.1 

9.4 

37.5 

18.8 

12.5 

9.4 

6.2 

3.1 

100.0 



3.1 
12.5 

50.0 
68.8 
81,3 
90.7 
96.9 
100.0 



jource : Questionnaires sent out "By the National Recovery 
Administration, 14 concerns reporting. National 
Recovery Administration, Division of Research and 
Planning. The V/arm Air Register Industry, prepared 
by Arthur I^. Fridinger, Llarch 26, 1934. 



9313 



-6d0- TO 3Z USED '"ITK CAUTION 

TABLE ^5U 

COLD STOR.\GE DOOR I 'AMPAC TURING INDUSTRY 
CLASSIFIED NUMBER OF HOUJiS .jP FACTORY TYAGE 
liiRNERS FOR VHUKK YJIIICH IIIIJAjKiD JUNi: 15, 
1933 OR FJAREfcT TYPICAL ".rJ2K 



Factory '.at^e l]-.rners 



Hours "."orked Cumulative 

Per Y/eek • Number Per Cent Per Cent 



20 hours or under 2 

£0,1 to 25 hours 1 

25.1 to 30 hours 4 

30.1 to 35 hours 15 

35.1 to 40 hours 14 

40,1 to 45 hours 5 

45.1 to 50 hours 17 
50,1 to 55 hours 

55,1 to 60 hours 1 
Over 60 hours 

Total 59 



SOURCE: Questionnaires sent out by the National Recovery Administration, 
4 concerns reporting. Nr.tional liecovery Administration Division 
of Research and Planning, The Cold Storage Door Manufacturing 
Industry, prepared by J. S. Hanley and R. von Huhn, January 11, 1934. 



9813 



'-601- 

TABLE 465 

COLD STORAGE IXDOR liAI^JOTAOTURING IICDUSTRY 

CLASSIFIED HOURLY EARIII1\TGS OF FACTORY WAGE 

EARKBRS FOR WEEK WHICH' INCLUDED JUNE 15, 

1933 OR NEAREST TYPICAL WEEK 



Hourly 
Earniags 
(cents) 



Factory Wa^e Earners 
Nvunter 



Under 35 _ 

35 to 39.9 

40, to 44,9 

45 to 49.9 
50^ to" 54,9 

55 to 59.9 

60 to 69.9 

70' to 79,9 

80 or more 
Total 



4 
13 

8 
10 

23 

1 

59 



Sourcg: Questionnaires sent out by the National Recovery Adminis- 
tration, 4 concerns reporting. National Recovery Adminis- 
tration Division of Research and Planning, The Cold Stor- 
age Door Manufacturing Industry, prepared by J. A. Hanley 
and R. von Hulin, January 11, 1934. 



9818 



t;>:bl3 ^66 
sl3ctric hoist aitd m0it02ail 1.l.41tufacturi1ig ikdusthy 

OlASSIFIED WEZI<:LY HOUllS OF VJOHI-: ?0H FACTORY WAG3 SAMSRS, Iv'iALS, 
Representative Week of June, 1933 



Hour; 


3 




Worked 




20 hours or 


lass 


20.1 


- 25 




25.1 


- 30 




30.1 


- 35 




35.1 


- 40 




40.1 


- 45 




45.1 


-r 50 




50.1 


- 55 




55.1 


- 60 




60.1 


- 65 




65.1 


- 70 




70.1 


- 75 




75.1 


- 80 




Over 


80 





Factory ',7a.'';e ilarners, Male 



IJui.iber 



Per Cent 



Cuinuletive 
Per Cent 



53 

16 

7 

10 

45 

22 

7 

3 

5 

1 



33. 1 

9.1 

4.0 

5.7 

25.7 

12.6 

4.0 

1.7 

2.9 

.6 



.6 



33.1 
42.2 
46.2 
51.9 
77,6 
90.2 
94.2 
95.9 
98.8 
99.4 



100.0 



Total 



17C 



100.0 



Source: iJ.H.A. questionnaire returns 17 concerns reporting. Tabulation 
■ by the Bureau of 'the Census for the national Recovery Acbninistra- 
tion, Division o'f Research and Plannihg, March' 19, 1934. 



9C18 



-^ TO_BE USED I'JTTh' CAUTION 
TA3LE '467 

Electric Hoist and Monorail Manufacturing Industry 
Numter of Factory ^age Za.rners Employed in Establishments tlorking 
Soecified Shifts and Shift Hours 



NumlDer of Hours 
Worked 
per Shift 



6 - 6.9 

7 - 7.9 
8-8.5 ■ 
9 - r.9 

10 - ir.9 
Total 



June 1929 (a) 
1 Shift 



68 
300 
136 
504 



June 1933 (b) November 1933 (b) 
1 Shift 1 Shift. 

2 
83 121 

71 121 

19 



175 



242 



Source: NEA questionnaire returns. Tabulation by the Bureau of the 
Census for the national Recovery Administration Division of 
Research and Planning, March 19, 1934, 



(a) 13 establishments reporting 

(b) 17 establishments reporting 



9818 



-6oU- 

t 

TABLE U6g 
SLSCTHIC HOIST' AlTD :iO::03j\IL '.ATSFkCTilRniG INDUSTRY 
CLASSIFIED HOUHLY S..lHi'IIlIGS 0? FACTORY wAG:;; ZAEITERS, I.ALID, 
Reoresentrtive VJojI- of J^one, 1933 

Iloviily Earnings Factory ',7e.>^e 3e-rners, Male 

Co'-ioS i-cT Four 

Under 20 cents 
SO -•■24.9 

25 " 29.9 
30 - .34.9 
35 - 3S..9 
40 -.44c 9 
45 - 49o9 
50 - 54.9 
55 - 59, 9 
60 - 69.9 
70 - 79.9 
80 and over 

Total " 175 100.6 



Soiirce: i'TRA questionnaire retxirns, 17 concarns reporting. Tabulation 
by the Bureau of the Census for the national Recovery Adminis- 
tration, Division of Research and rlannin£;, March 19, 1934. 







Curaulative 


'uinber 


Per Cent 


rer Oent 








1 


.6 


.6 


1 


.6 


1.2'- 


6 


3.4 


4.6 


17 


■9.7 


14.3 "•' - 


16 


9.1 


23.4 


14 


8.0 


31.4 ■'• ■ 


24 


13.7 


45.1 


18 


10.3 


55.4 ■■ 


42 


24.0 


79.4 


21 


13.0 


91.4 


15 


8.6 


100.0 



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TABLE U69 
ELECTRIC HOIST AlID MOIIOEAIL MAIIUFACTURIHG INDUSTRY 
CIASSIFISD WEEiaY EARDIIiC-S OE OEFICE Ei.iPLOYEES, 
Representative Week of Jime, 1933 



Weekly Earnings 




(dollars) 


llijmber 


Under 5.00 


~ 


• 5,00 to 9i99 


?■ ■ ■ 


10.00 to 12. 49 


6 


•12.50 to 14.99 


■ 10 


15.00 to 17.99 


7 


17.50 to 19.99 


.... 5 


20.00 to 24.99 


11 


25.00 to 29.99 


..... • 19 


30.00 to S4.99 


11 


35.00 and ov r 


8 


Total 


• • 84 



Source: II.R.A. questionnaire returns, '17 concerns report- 
ing. Tabulation by the Bureau of the Census for 
the National Recovei-yAdmlhistration Division of 
Research and Planning, March 19, 1934. 



9818 



-6o6- . 

'.. ;^ us.::d "j.T£ caj'Tick 

li^LE I4.7O 
COTTON GlrMIIIG i.JlCHIiJlAY ;LA.i'iTIl?ACTUEIFG IImDUSTRY 
CLASSIFIED WEEKLY HOU"aG 01? "JOEK FOR FACTORY T^AGi; EARIERS. 
TJeek of June 15, 19"3 



Factory TTage Earners 



Hours 
forked 



21 hours or less 

20.1 - 25 ■; 

25.1 - 30 

30 . 1 - 35 

35.1 - 40 

40.1 - 45 

45 . 1 - 50 

50 . 1 - 55 

55.1 - 60 

50 and over 

Total 365 100. C 







Cumulative 


tmber 


Per Cent 


Per Cent 


59 


6.8 


5.8 


19 


2.2 


9.0 


54 


6.2 


15.2 


31 


3.6 


18,8 


82 


9.5 


28.3 


93 


10.8 . 


39.1 


106 


12.3 


51.4 


251 


29.0 


80.4 


104 


12.0 


92.4 


66 


7.6 


100.0 



Source: i". R. A. auestionno.ire returns, 10 concerns reporting. Tabulation 

by the Bureau of the Census for the ra,tional Recover^'' Administration 
Division of Research and Planning, January 15, 1934. 



9818 



-607-, .^TD 3E USED mTil CAUTION 

IABL3 U7I 
COTTON GIKIIFG i.jlGLli'EHy LIAl-XTFACTUHIi'G ILDUSTRY 
CLASSIFIED HOUKLY EAPJ-ilUGS 0? FACTORY 'TAGS K'Ull^ISRS, 
7eek of J-oiic 15, 1933 



Hourly 

Earnings 

Centa Per Hour dumber 

Under 15 cent s 27 

15 - 19. S 71 

20 - 24.9 145 

25 - 29 . 9 101 

30 - 34.9 93 

35-39.0 93 

40 - 44.9 153 

45 -■ 49 . 9 47 

50-54.9 52 

55 - 59.9 38 

60 - 69.9 ' 17 

70-79.9 4 

80 and over 8 

Total 865 



Factory TTg^g^e Earners 





Cumulative 


Per Cent 


Per Cent 


3.1 


3.1 


8.2 


11.3 


16.9 


28.2 


11.7 


39.9 


10.8 


50.7 


10.3 


61.5 


19.4 


80.9 


5.4 


86.3 


5.0 


92.3 


4.4 


96.7 


1.9 


98.6 


.5 


99.1 


.9 


100.0 



100.0 



Source: 1'. R. A. questionnaire retiirns, 10 concerns re'oorting. Tabulation 

by the Bureau of the Census for the 1-Tr.tional "Recovery Adjninistration 
Division of Research pnd Plannintj, Janun.rjr 15, 1934. 



9318 



-603- TO 3E USED V/ITff CAUTION 

TABLS -^72 
COTTON C-Ii'TIHG IvULCHIiJSP.Y lAi'TIS'AG TURING IITDUSTRY 
CLASSIFIED ::i:2KLY EASITirGS Oi'' OPriCE EivPLOYESS, 
T7ee!- of Jime 15, 1933 



Office Enployees 



TTee'clj- Errnin'-a Giajn-altitive 
(Dollars) 11-011:113 er Per Cent Per Gent 

Under 5. GO - - ... 

5.00-9.93 - -, . .- 

10.00 -r 14.99 10 

15 . 00 - 19 . 99 . 21 . 

20.00-24.99 .26 

25 . 00 - 28 . 99 . IS 

30.00 - 34.99 17 . . 

35. :0 - 39.99 9 . ... 

40.00-^44.99 ..6 

45. DO and over 12 



8.8 


.... 8.8 


13.4 , . . 


. 27.2 


22.8. 


50.0 


11.4 , 


. . 51.4 


14.9 . , , 


. , . 76.3 ■ 


7.9 . . 


... 84.2 


5.3. . 


. , . 89.5 


10.5 


- ..100.0 



Total 114 100. C 



Source: ". H. A. auestionna.ire ret'irns. I' concerns reporting. Tab\xlption 

b.y ti,ie Bureau of the Ce.usu3.for the iTational Recove]:y Ad.ninistration 
Division of :\o&ev.v^]\ r-n-" Flr:v.' ..- -, Jr-.-i.--'-, , T"--,.. 1';;. •>4. 



9818 



TABLE U73 

.COi.n.SxiCI.-iL VZHICLS BODY IICTUSTT): 

CLASSIFIED WEEKLY HOTJr.S 0? T70?£ 70R PACTOHY FACE EAHITEIIS, ivLAlE, 
HEPfiESMTAI IVE WEEK- Oi' JUi^lE , 1933 . 



Hours j'fctory T7ar:e F.arners, i.Iale 

TTorked ..-•,. - C-amulative 

P'-r Cent ' " Ktunber P:^r Cent Per Cent 



20 hours or less 230 ■ 8.3 8.8 . 

20.1 - 25 .; . 75 '■ " ' 2.9 11.7 

25.1-30 54 ■ ■ ■ ■ '2.0 15.7 

30.1 - 35 , 112 ■ 4.3 18.0 

35.1 - 40 .-. 211 ■ ■ 8.0 26.0 

40.1 - 45 ,. ■■ 318 ■ '12.1 38.1 

45.1-50 ..; . 616 ' 23'.5 61.6 

50.1 - 55 ■ 435 ■ 16. b 78.2 

55.1 - 60 ,167 • '5.3' 84.5 

50.1 - 65 74 ■ 2.8 ' 87.3 

65.1 - 70 . 68 "2.6 89.9 

70.1-75 72 ■ 2.7 ' 92.6 

75.1 - 80 .129 "4.9' ' 97.5 

Over 80 .6,2 '2.5 100.0 

Total 2b23 100.0 

5o\irce; iIHA (iuestionn? ire rGtuinis, 119 cbncerns reporting. 

Tefoulation by the Bureau of the Census for the l>Iational 
Recovery Ad.ninistration Division 0:" Research e-nrl Planning, 
lli-xdi 26, IS 34. 



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-610- 

TA3LS UyU 

COMi/iEaCIjOi VEHICLE BODY HIDUSTRY 

CLASSIFIED HOUHLY SAILINGS Oi^ EACT021Y 7AGE SABl^RS, i.IALE, 
HSPHESSl^TATIVE T7EEK OP JtTiE 1933. 



Hourly i'^actory ITaiS^e Earners, Male 

Earnings Cumulative 

Cents oer Hour Huiaber per Cent Per Cent 



Under 10 cents l) ,2 

) 
10 - 14.9 ; . . . 5) 

15 -19.9 41 1.6 ' ■ 1.8 

20-24.9 105 4.0 ' "5.8 

25 --39.9 ; ... 147 5.6 ' 'll.4 

50 -. 34.9 • . . . 328 12.5 ' " 23.9 

35 - Gg.g ■ . . . 34b 13.2' ' ' oV.l 

40 - 44.9 443 16.9 54.0 

45 - 49.9 • . . . 303 11.6 ' ' 65.6 

50 - 54.9 '. . . 309 11.8 77.4 

55 - 59.9 193 7.4 84.8 

60 - 69.9 ■. . . 264 10.0 94.8 

70 - 79.9 '. . . 92 3.5 ' 98.3 

80 end ovfr 46 1.7 100.0 

Totol ' 2,623 100.0 

Source: "JrvA questionrrcire retui'ns, 115 concerns reporting. 

Tabulation ty the 'ureau of the Census for the Natioi^al 
Hecovery Administration Division of Research and Planning, 
March 26, 1934. 



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-611- 

TABLE '+75 

COliiffiECIAL VEHICLE BODY IlIDUSTRY 

CLASSIEIED ITEEKLY EiilNIiJGS OF OEEICE EMPLOYEES, 
REPRESENTATIVE VCEEK OE JUilE 1933. 





r Earnings 
)llars) 






Office 


Emoloyees 


Weeklj 
(Dc 


Number 


Per Cent 


Cumulative 
per Cent 


Under 


5.00 . . . . 




4 


1.9 


1.9 


5.00 1 


:o i 


3.99 .-. . 




7 


3.3 


5.2 


10.00 


to 


12.49 . , 




11 


5.2 


10.4 


12.50 


to 


14.93 . , 




11 


5.2 


15.6 


15.00 


to 


17.49 . . 




23 


10.8 


25.4 


17.50 


to 


19.99 . . 




23 ■ 


10.8 


37.2 


20.00 


to 


24.99 . . 




33 


17.9 


55.1 


25.00 


to 


29.93 . , 




30 


14.2 


69.3 


30.00 


to 


34.99 . , 




. ■ 21 


9.9 


79.2 


35.00 


and over . 




44 


20.8 


100.0 








Tota 


• £12- 


100.0 





Source: NRA questionnaire returns, 84 concerns reporting. 

Tdbulation by the Aireau of the Census for the National 
Recovery Administration Division of Research and Planning, 
wLirch 26, 1S34. 



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TA5LE 



U7b 



SHUTTLE liOUSTHY 

Classified loarly Larriin£;s of ^'actoiy 17^^:6 Earners 
Per Cent of Ii^ploj-ees 2eceiving Desicnr/oec. TTages. a/ 













July 16 


, October 


16. 


Earnings 


1 


S29 


1932 




1933 


1933 




per hour 




Cuxrala- 


Coraula- 


Cuj-, 


ula- 


Cumula- 


•■ 




tive 


t 


ive 


tive 


tive 


Under 20;^ 


2.6 


2.S 


10.6 


10.6 


11.9 


11.9 .2 


.2 


20y5 un-ler 30^ 


7.3 


9.9 


17.0 


27.6 


26. u 


3S.3 .^^ 


.6 


30!^ im^aer UO^ 


19.4 


29.3 


23.3 


SO. 9 


29.2 


67. 5 39.9 


U0.5 


UO(zJ under R0f5 


2S.7 


5S.0 


2h,^ 


75.U 


17.6 


SU.5 25.7 


66.2 


^Oip under ^0<^: 


IS.U 


75. 1; 


II4.9 


90.^ 


9.5 


9U.0 17.6 


83.8 


GOfp uno.er 75(- 


16. S 


93.2 


5.3 


95.6 


U.O 


■9G.0 ■u.s' 


■95.6 


l^rb and over 


6,0 


100.0 


U.U 


100.0 


2.0 


100.0 I1.I4 


100.0 


Total 100.0 




100.0 




100.6 


'lOO.O' 




I'eighted 












■ • • - 


■ 


Average 


U6.5,'' 


U2.8^ 




53. Of . 


37..3y:- 


/ ™ , -. 

















a/ Total number of e- ployees cstiraa-ted by applying tne' ratio' of total 
conceriis, to the n-ojfoer of concerns reporting in the code application 
(ratio 1.6U), :;.inus 10 "oer cent for office eniDlo;-ees as follows: 
1929, b02; 1932j U2I; 1933 average U35. 



SOURCE: Special t^.oulc.tion sub^nitted to the lIilA. by the Industry, I3 
concerns reportinii;. The Slmttle In-ustr^/, prepared by 
J. A. Hojiley raad p.. von Hijlm, Dec. 2S, 1933» 



9760 



TO BE USED aiTH CAUTION 



-613- 

TABLE '+77 
STOKER INDUSTRY 



CLASSIFIED v.EEKLY HOURS OF FACTORY l/.AG': EAR^^ERS IN 
A REPRESENTATIVE TOEK OF JUIE, 1933 



Hours 71 
Per I'Yee 


orked 
k 


20 hours or 


under 


20.1 to 25 


hours 


25.1 ' 


30 




30.1 ' 


•35 




35.1 ' 


40 




40.1 ' 


45 




45.1 ' 


50 




50.1 ' 


55 




55.1 ' 


60 




60,1 ' 


65 




65.1 ' 


70 




70.1 ' 


75 




75.1 ' 


80 




Over 


80 





Total 



Factory 


V.'age Earners 






Cumulative 


Number 


Per cent 


Per cent 


156 


21.7 


■ 21.7 


16 


2.2 


■ 23.9 


41 


5.7 


■ 29.6 


48 


6.7 


36.3 


53 


7.4 


43.7 


78 


10.8 


54.5 


141 


19.6 


74.1 


75 


10.4 


84.5 


27 


3.7 


88.2 


32 


4.4 


92.6 


21 


2.9 


95.5 


18 


2.5 


98.0 


12 


1.7 


99.7 


2 


.3 


100.0 


720 


100.0 





Sources National RecoA-er;- Administration Questionnaires . 30 concerns 
reporting. National Recovery Administration, Division of 
Research and Planning. The Stoker Industry, prepared by 
J. A. Hanley an' R. von Huhn, April 16, 1934. 



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TO BE USED !nTH CAUTION 



ITUir^JL:- 0? FACTO-.Y wA^Jll. LAi(:".:r.3 :i:pi:OY:;D 

ir :,STA:jLisii::.rT3 wohei:^^} :.)?::cifil:. 

ai:II?T3 AluJ SFIPT^HDUIS 



Fuiu-oer of 


19J9 


Hours 17or::ed 


June 


Per Sliiit 


1 siiift 


Unc.er 6 


— 


6 to .j.9 


~ 


7 "7.9 


4 


B " a. 9 


301 


9 "9.9 


937 


IC " 10.9 


93^: 


Total 


2176 


U s t abli sluaen t s 




reportin,?: 


<d8 



1953 


i9:;3 


June 


Noveiifoer 


1 shift 


1 shift 3 ::hiit£ 



Oil 


1 


91 


525 


658 


1013 


57 A 


208 


.16 


— 


1405 


1747 



23 



Source: ITJl questionnrire: returns. Tabu.le.tion by the Bureau of the 
Cf^nsL s for the Nrtional Recovery Administration, division of. Hesearc.': 
and r-laxi:iin^;, I'ebruary 9, 193<-. 



9813 



-6i5- 



TO BE IJ3JJD w'lTK CAUTION 
TABI£ U79 

STOKER Il^IDUSTRY 

CLASSIFIED HOURLY EARNINGS CF FACTORY V.'AGE EARNERS, 
FOR A RE PR:: SENT AT rVS WEEK OF JUNE, 1933 



Factory \'mg<^ Ea rner s 



Hour 


ly Earnings 


Unde] 


r 15^ 


15 ^ 


to 19.9 / 


20 " 


" 24.9 " 


25 " 


" 29,9 " 


30 " 


" 34.9 


35 " 


" -39.9 


40 " 


" -44.9 


45 " 


"•49.9 


50 " 


" 54.9 


55 " 


" 59.9 


60 " 


" 69.9 


70 " 


" 79.9 


80 " 


<^r more 



Numb e r 



Per cent 



Cumulative 
Per cent 



4 


.6 


.6 


19 


2 ©6 


3.2 


32 


4.5 


7.7 


85 


11.8 


19.5 


124 


17.2 


36.7 


94 


13.1 


49.8 


86 


11.9 


61.7 


87 


12.1 


73.8 


54 


7.5 


81,3 


86 


11.9 


93.2 


23 


3.2 


96.4 


26 


3.6 


100.0 



Total 



720 



lOOoO 



Sources National Recovery Administration questionnaires. 

30 concerns reporting,. National Recoverv Administration 
Division of Research and Planning. The Stoker Industry, 
prepared by J. A. Hanley anr' R. von Huhn, April 16, 1934 > 



TO ES usra "tith caution 



-616- , . 

T.4I3I^ U30 
S'JOKER INDUSTRY 



CLASSiniiD ■'C-7.L- EA-I'irCrS 0" OI~ICE L'TLOYEES 
?feol: of June 15, IdoZ 



Ylcslzly "'■s.{.,c' 
(Dollars) 



$5.00 

$5.00 to $9 .,99 
$10. CO to $13.49 
|1^.50 to 31^.99 
$15.00 to $17.49 
$17.50 to $19.99 
?^ " 24.9 
25 - .'39.9 

35 and over 

Total 



ixunocr 



Office "Imloyees 

Cimnila.tlvc 
?rr Coiit Per Cent 



12 


3.3 


21 


5.8 


27 


7.4 


32 


8.8 


38 


10.4 


66 


18.1 


64 


17.6 


45 


lJ.4 


59 


16.2 


64 


100.0 



9.1 
16.5 
25.3 
35.7 
53.8, 
71.4 
83.3 
100.0 



Source: liEA que s t i onaa,i re rotumc;, 39 coriccrns roportinfj. 

Tabulatio.' "by the Biireau of Census for the ''ational 
Hecovory Administra-tion, l^ivision of lesrarch and 
Pla-.ininjiL". Te^brtiary 9, 1934. 



3818 



>9k! 



-617- 



TO 2E USZID "ITH CAUTION 

' ! - 

T.4BLE 1|31 

ICTIR£C? 7ATZI'. H-^ATEE i:AiIT.]T^ACT[IRi:-G II'iDUSTRY 

CLASSIFIED v;£EKL": iICIlRS Or JGRK FGH TACTORY WA'JE SARl^EES 

PAYROLL :?E£;:C I'ICLTIDI'TG SjiPT. 15, 1933 OR NEAREST 

TYPICAL lEEK 

2 ^;; 

Hours 

Worked ITu'iber 

20 hours or less 9 

20.1-30 ,• • • 2 

30.1 _ 35 ' 5 

35.1-40 85 

40,1-45 6 

45.1-50 4 

50.1-55 _ — 

55.1-60 ^ — 

Over SO 1 



Total 112 



Source: "J.S.Afc questionnaire retirns, 6 concerns reporting, . Tab- 
ulation by the Bi.treau of the C^sus for the national Re- 
covery A(3.ninistr.'^,tion,'*DiviS'ion of Research and Planning, 
IJcvenber 25, 1933, 



9818 



-613- 

TO 3S USED ".TETH CAUTION 



T13LE kZ2 
IlffilRECT 7AT£E liEATER iJUIUFACT'JRIITG limUSTRY 
CLASSIFIED HOUSLY EARilllTGS OF FACTORY "JAGS JiARlISRS 
FOR PAYROLL PERIOD IHCLUDIIIG. SEPTEl.IBER 15, 1953 
OR NEAREST TYPICAL JESK 



Hourly E'^rnings . 

Cents Per Hour • • • - '_^ . ITiiJiber 

Under 30 cents . . .•.•.■.'.■.'.'. — 

30 - 34. 9 ...•.•.•.■.•.•..■.'.■.■..'.' 4 

35-39.9 .■...•.■.•...■.■.■.■.■.'.' 11 

40 - 49. 9 . • '.'.'." 41 

50 - 59.9 30 

'50-79.9 ■....•..■.....'...■.'..' 24 



80 - 99.9 
lOO and over 



Total 112 



Source: K.R.A. Q,uestionnaire returns, 5 concerns reporting. Tab- 
ulation by the Bureau of the Census for the ITational Re- 
coverj'- Administration, Division of Research r.nd Planning, 
November 25, 1933. 



9818 



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To E5 U5-:d ""it: g.utioh 



TABLE kz-} 

IIIDIZSCT JA1E:x .:3ATSH liAtIUi?ACTi;HIl"G ITOXJSTSY 

CLASoIFIED' V,"E3[aY EAHl'IIKGo C? CEi^ICE Ei.IPLOYSSS 
JwH PAYiT.Lli :-E?.IOD irCLUDIITG SSPTEi.3Eil 13,19SS, 
OR NEAREST TYPICAL .VEEIC 



Jeekly Earnings 

(Dollars) Numb or 

Under 13.00 

15.00 to 19.99 * . 4 

20.00 to 24.99 . ' 8 

"^'3.00 to 29.99 A 

30.00 to 39.99 .. ' 5 

« 

40.00 to 59.99 " 1 

60.00 and ever 

Total 22 



Source: V3A ouo^tionnairo returns, 6 concerns reporting. 
Tabalation by 'tiie Bureau of tl.e Census for tl^e 
National xlecovery Administration, Division oi 
Research and -Planning, November 25, 1933. 



9818 



-^fzo- 



Code I'Tunber _ _ _ 
9. LQQM (48" Codes) 



Approved Codes 



^ra-olo'^pes 

f Thousands'! 



jff--ctlve Sate 



TOTAL 



L45.6 



L?l. 
XLF5. 
XLF6. 
XLP8. 

LF9. 
XXFll. 
XLPll. 

LPlo. 
XLP14„ 
XLF16. 
XLF17. 
XLP19, 

LP21. 
XLP,?2, 
X 43. 
205. 
X234. 
X241. 
X265. 

X549. 

XS78. 

X424. 

429. 

X-445. 

X-446. 

X-450. 

X^52. 

453. 

456. 
X-459. 
X-460. 
X-465. 
X-464. 
X'-467. 

458. 
X-475. 

490. 
X-491. 

499. 
X-503. 
X-516. 
X-524. 
X-523. 
X-546. 
X-547. 

548. 
X-549. 



Beet Supar 8.9 

Southern Sice Hilling 1,5 

Co'T'iercial & Breeder IIa,tchery 2.5 
Grain Lxchanges (l su-cpleTaent) (1935)50.0 
Eistilled S'lrits (1954) 4,8 

Brewing Industry (1953) 

Linseed Oil (I35l) 

Distilled Spirits 5.ectifying(i;st , ) 
Countrv Grain Zlevator 



Feed iianufacturing 
Theat Flour iiilling 
Auction ci Loose Leaf 

Totacco Warehouse 
■"Tine 
Malt 

Ice Industr-'- 
Raw Feanut ' illing 
Matiaroni Industry 
Chewing G-ura 
Coffee Industrv 



(1951) 



(1932-53) 

(1954; 

(ilstinate) 



50.5 
1,8 
S.O 

24.6 
8.4 

27.0 



11.5 
3.0 
.6 
ICC.O 
6,5 
5.1 
2.0 
9,1 



^ishery (12 supple-^ents) (■Jstiraate) 200.0 



(^stinfte) 



(1953) 
(1933) 

(1953) 



1955) 
(1953) 



Fa^ronnai se 
Feanut Butter 
Spice Grinding 
Canned Salrnon 
Baking Indu^tr^'- 
Canning Industry 
Dog Food 

Oyster Shell Crushers 
Licorice 
Ice Cream Cone 
Bottled Soft Drink 
Pre serve , i'araschino Cherry 
Cnndy J''anufacturing 
Cocoa pnd Choclate 
Cigar Manufacturing 
I.'alt Products 
Yeast Industr'' 

Inported Dpte Packing (L^stinate) 
Itiported Gr:en Olive 
Refrigerated TTarehousing 
Fret?el Industr-' (1955) 
Flavoring Products (1955) 
Fickle Packing 

Fecpn Shelling (1955) 

Pficific Coast Dried Fruit 
Seed Trade 

?ack8.ge Cheese (1953) 
Cigarette, Snuff, Che^/ing 
and Smoking Tobacco (1955) 



4.2 

1.7 

.9 

15.7 

186.0 

99.0 

2.0 

.5 

.5 

1.5 

95.0 

-.? 

41.0 
6.0 

84.0 
2.1 
1.7 
5.0 

1.9 

9.5 
2.3 
2.5 

8.8 

12.0 

0.6 

15.5 
1.8 

52.0 



11- 6-55 

12- 1-33 
2- 2-34 
3-30-34 
5-26-54 

4- 2-54 
4-30-34 

5- 7-54 
5-21-54 
6-4 -34 
6-13-54 

9- 3-34 
7- 9-34 

li>16-34 
1-17-34 
2- 8-34 
2-9-54 
2-16-34 
3-12-34 
3-31-34 
4-14-34 
5-21-34 
5-28-34 
6-18-34 
6-11-34 
6-11-34 
6-11-34 
6-11-34 
6-18-34 
6-10-34 
6-18-34 
6-25-34 
5-18-34 
6-19-54 
7-9-34 
7-16-34 

11-20-35 
8-6-34 
3-20-54 
8-27-34 
9-17-34 

10-5 -34 

10-29-54 
2-5 -55 
2-10-35 
2-10-35 

2-17-35 



921^ 



(continued next page) 



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"nr. lo""ees 
Code Nixnlier U iiGTidJrf ted Codes (Thousand s' :' Ilf : ective Sat e 



* Processed Cheese 3.5 

Livestock -'larketing Agencv 5.0 
Leaf To'bacco Dealers, Redriers, 

Repackers and Storers 15.'^ 

X Vlneg-ar ■ ■ .1.'^ 

X Bailing Fo'vde'r 1.1 

X Biscu.it and Cracker 35.0 

X Butter 25.0 

X Cane Suf'^'ar Refining 11.0 
X Cotton C:''Tpress and 

7ar e lioub i ng 8.0 

Cotton Seed Oil Refining 5.0 
l^dilDle Gelatin 

X Igg and Poultr?; 300, 



X ij ?RA substitution aioproved for IndustrV 
XX - iTKA code -aore inclusive than ?R^l substitution (difference is narked) 
* s ?RA liubiititution nore inclusive than IffiA code 



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-■■'31- 

TAPLE Uqo 

LINSEED OIL i:4lTO^A.CTURIN5 INDUSTRY 

CLASSI'^IED "TPt^KLY HOUnS O'^ 'PICTOPY "^A^"^ EAFTORS DURING A 
Ri=!PR'^S"RNTft.TIwv ^vvj IN .JUNv, 1933 



Hours worked Number of wage Per Cent of 

per week earners total 

20 or under 121 7.9 

20.1 to 25 70 4.5 

25.1 to 30 29 1.9 

30.1 to 35 58 3.8 

35.1 to 40 159 11.0 

40.1 to 45 72 4.7 

45.1 tc 50 402 26.1 

50.1 to 55 139 9.0 

55.1 tc 60 270 17.6 

Over 60 208 13.5 

Total 1,538 . 100.0 



Source: NRA questionnaire returns, 25 concerns reoorting. National 

Recovery Administration Division of Research and Planning. The 
Linseed Oil Vanufacturing Industry, prepared by Harry "Teiss, 
Dec. 27, 1933. 



9S13 



-632- 

LIFS^^'ED OIL "AjnjTrA.CTlIRIN'J INDUSTRY 

CLASSIFI^^D HOURLY EABriN^S OF FA.CTORY 'VAIE EAENERS, 
WTEK IF JUITO 15, 1923 



Actual 
Earnings 
per 
Hour 



Wimber 



Factory Wage Earners 



Per cent of 
Total 



Cumulative per cent 
of the Total 



Under 25 cents 

25 to 29.9 cents 

30 to 34.9 . " 

35 to 39.9 . ft 

40 to 44.9 

45 to 49.9 

50 to 54.9 

55 to 59.9 

60 to 69.9 

70 to 79.9 

80 cents or more 

. Total 





25 

87 
243 

441 
385 

lis 

86 
94 
44 

17 





1.6 

5.7 

15.8 

28.7 

25.0 

7.5 

5-. 6 

5.1 

2.9 

1.1 




1.6 
7.3 
23.1 
51.8 
75.8 
84.3 
89.9 
96. C 
98.9 



1,538 



100.0 



100.0 



Source 



NRA questionnaire returns, 25 concerns reporting. National 
Recovery Administration Division of Research and Planning. The 
Linseed Oil ManufHcturin^-^ Industry, prepared by Harry Weiss, 
Dec. 27, 1937. 



9S18 



-633-- 

TABLE ^92 

LIHS5"ED OIL F.UIIFACTUBIin INDUSTRY 

CLASSIFraC '^yTLY ■EAE^'I^'"S T^ 0??ICE ETfPLOYE'R'S 
in JUIP:, 19??. 



"Weekly 










T!arnings 




Office Er^xloyees 






Nuinter of 


Percentage 


of 


Cumulative 




employees 


total 




per cent of the total 


Less than $5.00 











*.5.00 to $9.99 


1 


.06 




.05 


10.00 to 14.99 


14 


7.8 




7.9 


15.00 to 19.99 


26 


14.5 




22.4 


20.00 to 24.99 


33 


18.4 




40.8 


25.00 to 29.99 


36 


20.1 




60.9 


30.00 to 34.99 


24 


13.4 




74.3 


35.00 to 39.99 


12 


6.7 




81.0 


40. to to 44.99 


8 


4.5 




85.5 


45.00 and. over 


25 


14.0 







Total 179 99.46 ^ ICO.O 



Source: NRA. questionnaire returns, 25 concerns reoorting. National 

Recovery Administration Division of Research and Planning. The 
Linseed Oil I'anufacturing Ind-istry, prepared by Harry 'Veiss, 
Dec. 27, 1933. 



ggis 



TABLE ^93 
iUJCTIOlT A^'D LOOSE LLAT -AZCHOUSE Iir^USTHY 

CLASsiJiiD vji:-;i:ly foi:p.s o^ "atshousi; uliploysls . 

FOR 19^2 - 1233 SEASO"' PSAIC ITHIOD 













Per 


Cent Employees 


Hours VJ( 


ar'ied 


I'-umber of 


Per Co 


nt 


Worl: 


ling Tore Tlian 


■per l!ee] 


2SS 


Employees 
748 


of Tot 


ol 


?ro-urs per Cent 


30 or If 


2,;. 4 




SO 


77.6 


30.1 to 


35 


226 


6.8 




35 


70.8 


35.1 to 


4-0 


276 


8.3 




40 


62.5 


"CO.l to 


45 


204 


6.1 




45 


56.4 


45.1 .to 


50 


873 


28.1 




50 


oO«<j 


50.1 to 


55 


232 


6.9 




55 


23.4' 


55.1 to 


60 


419 


12.5 




60 


10.9' 


60.1 to 


65 


189 


5.7 




65 


5.2 


65.1 to 


70_ 


70 


2.0 




70 


3.2 


70.1 to 


80 


B4. 


2.5 




80 


0.7 


80.1 6r 


more 


a4 


6.7 








Total 




5345 


100.0 









Source: IIRA questionn,■^ire returns, 85 concerns reporting, lir.tionnl 
Recovery Adininistr.^.tion Livision of EeGearch and Planning. 
The Auction and Loose Lerf "'arehousc Industry, prepared "by 
Donald P. Yokeley, May 16, 1934. 



9760 



"635- 

TA3LE ^9^ 

AUCTIOIT AiT) LOOSL LEA]? V/AKr-IOUSI, Il'BUSTRY 

CLASSIFIED V.'ZLKLY IA?:"I:"C-S 0^ 0T~1C2 E: 7L0YEi;S 
FOR 1932 - 13:^5 SEASOII PEAK ?:"HIOD 



Actual Earr.ings Ftiraber of Em- Per Cent 
per Week ployees Rece- of 



Per Cent Employees 
Receiving Less Tlian 
T'eekly Per 









iving VJase 


Total 


Tifaf^e of 


Cent 


Under 


$3, 


.00 


534 


17.5 


S 3.00 


17.5 


$3.00 


to 


$5.99 


■ 515 


15.4 


5.00 


32.9 


6.00 


to 


C.99 


S49 


25.3 


9.00 


58.2 


9.00 


to 


11.99 


570 


17.0 


12.00 


75.2 


12.00 


to 


14.99 


479 


14.3 


15.00 


89.5 


15.00 


to 


■19.99 


245 


7.4 


20.00 


96.9 


20.00 


to 


24,99 


49 


1.5 


25.00 


98.4 


25.00 


to 


29.99 


33 


1.0 


30.00 


99.4 


30.00 


to 


34.99 


10 


r7 


35.00 


99.7 


35.00 


or 


more 


10 


.3 






Total 






3345 






• 



Source: ITRA questionnaire returns, 85 concerns reporting, ilrtional 
:^.ccoverv Administration Division of Research and Planning. 
The Auction a.nd Loose Leaf "'arohouse Industi'y, prepared by 
Donald F. Yaheley, May 16, 1934. 



9760 



-636- 

AUCTIOj JCD LOOSF. leaf 'JA^^HOUSL Il'IiUSTRY 

CLASSiniD XmZYL'i HOURS C? OJPICE E'ELOYIES 
?0R 195?. - 19C:5 SEASO"! PEAK PERIOD 



Hour! 
per 1 


3 TJorlied 

Teal: 

? less 


."■urnber of 
Emioloyees 

25 


Per Cent 

of TTtul 

5.4 


Per Cent 

Working 

Hours 


Employees 
more than 
per Cent 


50 0] 




50 


94.6 


30.1 


to 


35 


17 


0.7 




35 


90.9 


35.1 


to 


40 


26 


5.6 




40 


85. S 


40.1 


to 


45 


21 


6.5 




45 


' 80.3 


45.1 


to 


50 


34 


7.3 




50 


73.5 


50.1 


to 


55 


68 


14.6 




55 


58.9 


55.1 


to 


60 


106 


. 22.8 




60 


56.1 


60.1 


to 


65 


61 


. 13.1 




65 


■ 23.0 


65.1 


to 


70 


42 


. 9.1 




70 


' 13.9 


70.1 


to 


80 


42 


. 9.0 




80 


4.9 


80.1 


or 


over 


23 


. 4.9 








Total 




465 


100.0 









Source: ITRA. questionuDire returns, 85 concerns reporting. .lT?.tionr.l 
Pecjvery Administr:\tlon Division of Research o.nd Planning. 
. The Auction and Loose Leaf W.-i.rehoase Industry, iirepr.red by 
Donr.lfi F. Y,?::ele7, i.ir.y It:;, 1934. 



9760 



-637- 
TABLE 496 

AUCTION kWD LOOSE LEAF TTAREHO'JSE IKDUSTRY 

CLASSIEIED lEEICLY EAR2II1TGS OV OEEICE Et.iPLOYESS 

FOR 1932 - 1933 SEASON PEAK PERIOD 



Actual Earnings 


N-urater 


of 


Per Cent 


Per Cent o 


f Emploj'-ees 


Per Veelz 


Employees 
Receiving 


of 
Total 


Receiving 


Less Than 




Weekly 


Per Cent 




Wage 






Wage of 




Under $3.00 


2 




0.4 


$ 3.00 


0.4 


$3.00 to 5.99 


1 




0.2 


.6.00 


0.6 


6.00 to 8.99 


2 




0.4 


.9.00 


1.0 


9.00 to 11.99 


14 




3.0 


],2.00 


4.0 


12.00 to 14.99- 


21 




4.5 


15.00 


8.5 


15.00 to 19.99- 


72 




15.5 


20.00 


24.0 


20.00 to 24.99. 


62 




13.3 


25.00 


37.3 


25.00 to 29.99- 


91 




19.6 


30.00 


56.9 


30.00 to 34.99 


42 




9.1 


.35.00 


66.0 


35.00 or nore • 


158 




34.0 







TOTAL 



465 



100.0 



SOURCE: KRA Q;aestionnaire returns; 85 concerns reporting. National 
Recovery Administration Division of Research and Planning. 
The Auction and Loose Leaf Warehouse Industry'-, prepared by 
Donald F. Yalcel's I.Iay 16, 1934 



9818 



-633- " 
Table U97 

LiAClRONI INDUSTRY 

Clc-csified \7eekly Hours cf Er.ployecs, 
Early Part of 1933 





Employees 


Enrol oyees 


\7orking 




Working- 


the Poll 


o'.Ting 






Hours or 


More 


Hours 


Per Cent 


Hours 


Per Cent 


per 


of 


per 


of 


Week 


Total 


TTcek 


Total 


36 


1-3 


36 


100.0 


Uo 


1.4 


40 


9S.7 


41+ 


o.s 


44 


97.3 


U5 


2.7 


>45 


96.5 


U6 


1.3 . 


46 


93. s 


Us 


■ 11.5 . 


48 


92.5 


49 


19.3 . 


49 


Sl.O 


■ 50 


1.9 - 


50 


61.7 


51 


15.1 


51 


59.S 


52 


1.2 


52 


44.7 


54 


30.7 


54 


43.5 


55 


12.2 


55 


12. g 


60 


0.6 


60 


0.6 



100.0 



SOURCE: Industry r[uestionnaires, 21 concerns e:.:ploying 1,083 persons 
out of a, total of approximately 275 concerns in the industry 
reporting, national Recovery Administrrtion, Division of 
Research and Planning. The Macaroni Inc'.usti'y, prepared by 
John R. Arnold, Septemher 30. 1933 • 



9760 



-,639- 



Clr.ssi: 



TA3LE ^J3 

i:acaeoi:i' iidustsy 

ice. Hourly Earnings of Errjlo^^ecs, 
Harly Part of 1933 . 



I]-''>lo"ecs Heceivin/r E'nplor'ees rieceivin,^ Less Than 
Per Average Per Cents Per Average Per 

Cent of per Cent cf T7age Cent of 

YJomen Hoar Total per TTomen 

Hour 
(cents) 



Cent of Uage 
Total per 
Eour 
( cents) 



Uilder 20 ■ 7.I, lU.2 

20 but under 25 S.S 21.1 

25 but under 30 I3.2 25.2 

30 but under 35 3I.O 31.I 

35 but under kO 1.3 3S.3 

U'O but under U5 20.3 l:-2.2 

k3 but under 50 U.,1 U5.O 

50 but under 55 S.2 5O.6 

55 said over 6.1 57«0 

Total 100,0 3i:..3 



100.0 

100.0 

95.8 

U0.5 



20 

25 
30 

35 
ko 

^5 

50 



7.1^ 
15.S, 

23.1 
60.1 



5i.3 



£1.5 
S5.7 



55 S3. 9 
liaxiraim 100.0 



lU,2 
IS.O 
21.3 
26.3 
26.6 

30.5 
31-2 
32.9 
3^.3 



100.0 

100.0 

98. 1 

68.3 



SOURCE: Industry cucstionnaire, 21 concerns eirploj'ing 1,083 persons 
out of a total of approximately 275 concern's in the industry 
reporting, ilr.tional Recovery AdiainistiT.tion, Division of 
Research and Planning. The Macaroni Inc'ustry, prepared by 
John R. Arnold, September 30, 1933* 



9760 



^6ko. 



TABLE U59 
PEANUT BUTTEH INDUSTRY 
Classified I7eel:ly Hours of Employees, early part of 1933 



Ver Cent of Employees UIio 7orked 



Hours IJorth South United States 

per Per Gent Cu;--iula- Per Cent Cu;-ula- Per Cent Cumular- 
Week of Total tive of Total tive of Total tive 
Per Cent Per Cent Per Cent 

32 hours 



and under 


^•r 


^.7 


5.0 


5.0 


U.g 


k.s 


32.1 to 


36 


26.2 


30.3 


— 




19.8 


2U.6 


36.1 to 


Uo 


12.2 


H3.1 


— 


— 


9.2 


33. s 


UO.l to 


kk 


1.2 


11U.3 


— 


— 


0.9 


3^.7 


kk,l to 


hs 


23.2 


67.5 


28. S 


33. s 


2k.e 


59.3 


kS.l to 


52 


30.0 


97-5 


Ug.b 


G3.U 


3k. Z 


9^.1 


52.1 to 


56 


2.5 


100.0 


12.2 


95. s 


h.3 


93.0 


56.1 to 


60 


— 


100.0 


k.k 


100.0 


1.0 


100.0 


Total 


100.0 


— 


100.0 


— 


100.0 






SOURCE: Porty-t\7o estn^olisli'ients reporting to t'.ie National Peanut Sutter 
Institute, \7itli an einplo'^nent total of o66 ino.ivic'uals of nhon 
2k'/o were euplo;'ed in the South. National P.ecovery Adininistrar- 
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20 hours or less 


16 


2.0 


2.3 


6 


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13 


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25 


16.5 


27.6 


40.1 


to 45 


66 


10.9 


19.5 


82 


54.0 


81.6 


45.1 


to 50 


239 


39.5 


59.0 ■ 


20 


13.2 


94.8 


50.1 


to 55 


130 


21.5 


80.5 


7 


4.6 


99.4 


55.1 


to 60 


.61 


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99.4 


60.1 


to 65 


28 


4.6 


95.2 


1 


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65.1 


to 70 


16 


2.6 


97.8 


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3 


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Total 605 100.0 - 152 100.0 

TJeighted Average 49.1 urs. 40.8 hrs. 



Source: i.^2A ouestionna.ire returns, 20 concerns renortin..^;. "Jatio^-^al Recover-"- 
Ad:i-nistrati'>n Division of 3".esearch aiid Plannnin;'--:. The Dog Pood 
Industry', rjre-oared hy C.iarle.s H. La':e, i"ay 24, 1934 



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Dog Jood Industry 
Classified TJeo'-ly Iloni-s of r'actorj' Einploj'-ecs, 
PerJ-j Period '.Teel: of 1932 



¥ages Per 
Hour 



Male 



Fenale 



Per Cent Ca-ralative Per Cent Ciunulative 

"unoer of Total Per Cert ^'M-'.'ber of Total Per Cent 



15 to 


19.9 cents 


1 


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— 


20 to 


24.9 


14 


2.3 


2.5 


2 


1.3 


1.3 


25 to 


29.9 


23 


3.3 


6.3 


76 


5.0.0 


51.3 


30 to 


34.9 


95 


15.7 


22.0 


45 


31.6 


8.2.9 


35 to 


39,9 


46 


7.6 


29.6 


15 


9.9 


92.8 


40 to 


44.9 


42 


6.9 . 


36,5 


8 


5.3 


98.1 


45 to 


49.9 


155 


25.5 


62.1 


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— 


98.1 


50 to 


54.9 ■ 


75 


12.4^ 


74.5 


2 


1,3 


99.4 


55 to 


59,9 


65 


10.4 


84.9 


1 


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100.0 


60 to 


64.9 


— 


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84.9 


— 


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65 to 


69.9 


50 


8.3 


93.2 


— 


— 


— 


70 to 


74.9 


— 


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93.2 


— 


— 


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75 to 


79.9 


18 


3.0 


95.2 


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— 


— 


80 and over 


23 


3.8 


100.0 


— 


— 


— 


Total 




605 


100.0 


— 


152 


100.0 


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48 cents 






31.3 


cents 



Source: ITEA questionnaire returns, 28 concerns reporting, National 
r.ecovery Administration Division of Research and Planning. 
The Dog Food Incustr;-, prepared by Charles H. Lake, May 24, 1934. 



9750 



Table 504 
Dog Food Industry 
Classified ireelTljr Wages of Office Employees, 
" Pea]-: P eriod TTeeh of 1^32 



I7a,:;es Per 
T'eel: 



IfiLnber 



Per Cent 


Cun.ulative 


of Total 


Per Cent 


.8 


.8 


5.9 


6.7 


5.9 


12.6 


17.7 


30.3 


14.3 


44.6 


23.5 


68.1 


10.1 


78.2 


5.7 


84.9 


15.1 


100.0 



$ 5.00 


to 


9.^9 


1 


10.00 


to 


12.49 


7 


12.50 


to 


14.99 


7 


15.00 


to 


17.49 


• 21 


17.50 


to 


19.9.9 


• 17 


20.00 


to 


24.99 


- 28 


25.00 


to 


29.99 


'12 


30.00 


to 


34.99 


• 8 


35.00 


and over- 


•18 



Total 



119 



100.0 



Weighted Average 



23.01 



Source; I'-BJi questionnaire returns, 28 concerns reporting.' i'ational Hecovery 
Adj.iiniS'tration Division of Research and Planning, The Dog Pood 
Industry, prepared hy Charles H. Lahe, Hay 24, 1934. 



9750 



TABLE 505 
ICE CZEAU COEE INDUSTRY - 'TORTHEEi'J STATES 
CLASSIFIED VSMLY HOURS 0? TTOEIC EOR EACTORY TIAGE EARl^TERS 

PAY ROLL WEEK REPE5E1ITATIVE OE T:iS 19 Z 2 PEAIC PERIOD 
(To be Used ■.•ri.th Caution) 



Eactory "vTa^e Earners 



Hours 
Worked 



Male 



Eemale 



1 


.• 


C-umiJ-ative 




Total 


Per Cent 


Per Cent 




17 


4.3 


4.3 




11 


2.8 


7.1 




8 


2.0 


9.1 




16 


4.0 


13.1 




29 


7.3 


20.4 




28 


7.0 


27.4 




139 


34.8 


62.2 




27 


6.7 


68,9 




58 


14.5 


83.4 




45 


11.5 


94.9 




5 


1.3 


96.2 




2 


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96.7 




7 


1.8 


90.5 




5 


1.5 


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20 hours or less 11 



20.1 
25.1 
30.1 
35.1 
40.1 
45.1 
50.1 
55.1 
60.1 
65.1 
70.1 
75.1 
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Total 



25 
30 
35 
40 
45 
50 
55 
60 
65 
70 
75 
80 



80 



11 


6 


7 


4 


1 


7 


8 


8 


10 


19 


10 


13 


70 


69 


18 


9 


42 


16 


46 





5 





2 





7 


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6 


— — 



243 



156 



399 



100.0 



Source: KRA questionnaire returns. 42 concerns reporting. Tabulated 

by the Bureau of the Census for the national Recovery Administra- 
tion Division of Research and Planning, April 23, 1934. 



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2;;.i - so 


1 


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28. 1 


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3 


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94. 7 


1 


1.8 


96.5 


2 


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57 


100.0 





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Soiirce: ITJl questionncire returns, 2 concerns reporting, Trbulatec. 
by the 3i-.re?u of the Censun for the National Recovery Aunini' tration 
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Source: IT.R.A, questionnaire ret;arns, 42 concerns reporting. Tab- 
ulated "by the Bureau of the Census for the national Recovery 
Adninistration, Division of Research and Planning, A"oril 
28, 1934. 



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-651- 



TA3L5 ^.Q-j 



ICS OREAlvi COITE UTOUSTPT - SCUTHE.Si: STATES 
CLASSIFIZD HOUELY SAP^IIKJS 0? ?ACTO?T TTAGE EAIL"n]RS 
PAY ROLL T/EEi: ZEPRSSEi'ITATI'O Q'i 1932 PEAK PERIOD 



Factory Wpge 
Earners 

Cents Per Hour 



lisle 



Female 



Total 



Under 10 cents 
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15 - 19.9 
20 - 24.9 . 
25 - 29.9 
30 - 34.9 
35 - 59.9 
40- 44.9 
45 - 49.9 
50 - 54.9 
55 and over (a) 
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2 



4 

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11 



12 



25 



(a) This v/age earner received 80 cents or more per hour. 



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6 

14 
2 
7 



4 

1 

57 



SOURCE: iTOA questionnaire retiorns, 9 concerns reporting. Tabulated by 

the Bureau of the Census for the ITational Recovery Administration 
Division of Research and Planning, April 23, 1934. 



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TO 3E USED "TTH CAUTION 



T/iBLE 510 

IC3 raZAii C01"E INDUST3.Y 

CLA3SIPIED 'CSEKLY ZAilNIlTGS IJ"' GPEICE 
El.iPLOYEES PAYPL'LL .7EE<: .-cEPSESEUTATIVE 
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"Jeekly Earnint^s 



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05.00 to -^9. 99 
$10.00 to C'12.49 
$12.50 to $14.99 
$15.00 to $17.49 
$17.50 to $19.99 
$20.00 to $24.99 
$25.00 to $29.99 
$30.00 to $34.99 
;')35.00 and over 



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5 
10 

6 

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6 

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54 



57 



(■a) 3 Concerns reporting. 

(t) 26 Ccncerns reporting 

Source: NPJl questionnaire returns. Tabulation by the Bureau of 
the Consus for t.ie National Recovery Adjninistration, 
Division of Researc:-. and Planning, April 28, 1934. 



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for 1932, 1G33, and 1934 

I ' ' ■ ■ ■ ■ : ■ ■ I I • ■ : 

I 4__ ;. I ; 

Estinated Total Enrjloyoes engaged in Industry : 

. ■ ■ Sout h IJo rth Total 

Index N-ar.i^er Index Ilum'ber Index ITuia'ber 

1932 Pea^: Period 100 10531 100 23816 100 34337 

1933 Peak Period 102.9 10C42 106.3 25303 10^ 36161 

1934 Peak Period 126.2 13236 -121.7 28959 123.4 42255 

1932 Slack Period 100 9316 '100 17624 100. 26940 

1933 Slack, Period.' 108.1 10078 'ill 19565 IO9.8 ,29643 

1934 Slack Period. 124.1 11573 ' 126.5 22299 125.6 33872 

Estii.iat'ed Ilumocr of Employers enga{::ed, in 

Industry 

South I-Torth Total 

Total Plants reporting 910 1956 2966 

IJunlier Employers engaged 1932 244 877 . . : 1121 

in He-oorted Plants 1933 250 904 1154 

. 1934- . . .257 ■ . 951 1208 
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1?33 0.275 , 0.452 0.3G9 

■ 1934 ■■ 0;2fl2 ■ ■■'0.486 0.407 

Total mriber of plants 1659 4686 6345 

Estiiiated Total Employers 1932 448 ■ 2099 2547 

engaged in industry: 1933 456 2165 2521 

1934 458 2277 2745 



1932 Peai: Period. . 

1933 PeaJ-: Period. . 

1934 Pea!: Period 

1932 Slack Period. 

1933 Slack Period. 

1934 Slack Period. 



Estiiiated Enployers and Ei-iployees engaged 
in plants o-oerating in 1934 



South 


north 


Total 


10959 


25915 


36884 


11304 


27468 


38772 


13764 


31236 


45000 


97-64 


19723 


29487 


10534 


21730 


32254 


12041 


24576 


35517 



Source: Code Authority questionnaire returns. Subnitted to the National 

Recovery Adninistration Pood Division 'by the Code Authority, 1935. 



9818 



BOTTLED SOITT l-U..'.. INDUSTRY - NOHTH 
Si.IPLOYi'SHT, AT^BAGE .iOUZE.Y AKD 773SXLY V:aG3 EA'?ES, 3Y OCCUPATIOII 
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ervisory 
6; Techni- 
cal 


■1146: 






40.22 


: 1243, 






38.84 


1279 






:39.67 


' 2.1;t 


Office 
Employ- 
ees 


■ 896: 


45 


:42.4 


IS. 07 


: 994 


43 


41.3 


:17.7D 


1057 


40 


45.1 


•18.05 


1.5> 


Office 
Boys 


T6 


"47 


•28.5 


13.48 


: 41 


40 


32.4 


:12.96 


64 


•39. 


32.7 


12.77 


_ _ 


Outside 
Salesmen 
(rot on 
Trucks 


858 






32.13" 


: 897 






•'29.84 


1027 






•31.63 


•: 6.0fi . 


Route 
Salesmen 


1933 






25.59 


2155' 






•■24.59 


2446 






27.72 


■ 12. 7f^ 


Trucks 
Drivers 
(Kot 
selling) 


1002 


47 


45.5 


21.39 


:1011 


47 


45.5 


•20.50 


1176 


44 


51.3 


22.60 


io.2;& 


Helpers 
on trks. 


06^ 


45 . 




14, "G 


: 528 


45 


51. 3 


14.08 


351 


42 


37 


15.51 


10. if. 


Load 
Checkers ; 


113 


49 


• 54 


26.4." 


: 125 


49 


49.9' 


24.45: 


145 


45: 


54.1 


24.36 


- - 


Skilled 
Lor. (Pit, 
&. Garage 


1093: 


47 


52.7 


2;^. 53 


: 1225 


46 


52 


23.92 


1250 


44 


■5S.5 


24.43 


2.1)0 


Commor: 
Lbr.(Plt. 
& Garage) 


2333: 


46 


:o3.9 


15.60 


•2224 


43 


34.3 


14.97 


2344 


41 


39 


16.02 


7. of. 


Engr' s. ■ 
& Fire-: 

men 


/ 65 


49 


:57.1 


2'T.OO 


:■ 66 


■49- 


55.7 


27.33 


7P 


44 - 


59.9 


26.. 38 


(-3.54) 


Watchmen 


50 


So 


136 


.23.73 


: 55. 


59 


•35 


20 , 55 


74 


51 


41.9 


21.35: 


3.4,^ 



Total 9939 10562 

(9 813) 

Son.rce: Code Anthorit"- nuestioj.n-ire 
tae i.'ational -lecover"'' Acijni.nistration 



12101 



rRuurris, 1,956 olants rGi-iorting, Submitted to 
Div. . Food Div.. by tae Code Authority, 1935. 



-660- 

TA3LS 516 

:aottljd sopt miiiu: i:DusTKr - scute 
3i,TLor:j:rT, 





jiiu: J_iw 


L; .^1 X , 


.rt; .- - 


-^■^ .'-V - 


yj.L_J J. J 


ii ^ 


J -J.'.XJ i 


■ _i. J^.-i 


U--J.O.J, 


—f i. \. 


^ wv^ ^J. .r 


i. J. J. wx 






'Teeks : 


.ncluding Jul''/- 15- (Peak Periods), 1932, 


1933, 1934 




To. 


Hrs. 


Ave'. 


Av. ; 


L'b . : 


Hrs. 


Av. . 


Av. 


Iv . 


Hrs. 


Av. ' 


AV. 


Per Cent 




em-ol 


per 


rate- 


-.Teek 


efnpl . 


per 


Tate 


v;eek 


empl 


■oei- : 


rate: 


I'eek : 


Increase 




eyed, 


v/eek 


ner 


ly 


oyed; 


v/eek; 


per ; 


ly : 


oyed: 


^.-eek: 


per : 


ly : 


in Aver. 








hour: 


pay 






holir 


pa"- . 






hour: 


pay : 


•:.'ee':l7 


Occupa- 


























' .-age s 


tions 


























1933- 
1934 


Execu- 






: 






















tive, Sup- 




























ervisory 




























& Techni- 




























cal 


762: 


. 




48-. 11 


782" 






45'. 34 


818 




.' 


47-. 88- 


5.6^0 


Office 




























Employ- 




























ees 


352 


47 


■44.5 


20". 9 5 


361 


45 


42.6 


15.61 


394 


39 


53.7- 


20'.93 


■ 6.7fo 


Office 




























Bo^'-s 


17 


49 


25.3 


12.39 


20 


49 


23.7. 


11. 59 


27 


41 


38.7 


15. B9 


. 37.1>J 


Outside ■ 




























Salesmen 




























(Not on 




























Trucks) ' 


138: 






33.42 


137 






30.74 


155 






33.49 


9.0,:^ 


Route 




























Salesmen 


1358 






23.47 


1906 






22. 89 


207-'. 






27.73 


21.1,,. 


Truck 




























Drivers 




























(Fot 




























selling) 


151 


• 52 


29.1 


15.18 


■164 


49 


29.5 


14.47 


■203 


42 


38.6 


16.24 


12. 2 i 


Hel'oers 




























on trks. 


334 


42 


19.4 


3.17 


354 


45 


13.4 


a . 48 


493 


59 


30 


11.70 


: 3;3.0,b 


Load 




























Checkers . 


: 30 


57 


35.7 


20.92 


■ 31 


53 


• 38 


.20.16 


41 


: 44 


:43.8 


19. 2C 


(-4.4.) 


Skilled 




























Lbr. (Pit. 




















: 








& Garage . 


536 


• 50 


41.7 


:20.S6 


: 582 


49 


!41.7 


: 20.43 


: 615 


• 43 


•50 


•21.96 


. 7.5;J 


Common 














, ; 














Lbr.(Plt. 




























Cz C-ar£3ge , 


: 1558 


• 44 


:23.7 


:10.43 


: 1553 


: 42- 


:24.4 


:1Q.27 


: 2401 


! 37 


:35.5 


15.16 


28.1^ 


Engr' s. & 




























Firemen, 


: '30 


! 49 


: 36 


:17.68 


:' 29 


• 50 


:34.6 


: 17.33 


:• 35 


43 


•44.2 


•19.01 


•; 9.?:^ 


T/atciirnaii. 


: 16 


: 63 


i 3S • 


: 20.21 


:•' 25 


• 61 


:2B.6 


: 17.49 


•: 32 


: 46- 


:40 


•18.48 


• 5.6^ 



Total 



5782 - 



5952 



7295 



Source: Code 'Authority queationnaire- returns; 910 plants reporting. Submitted to 
the ilational Recovery AcJiinls-bratioi-i, Food Division b'- the Code Authority 1935. 



9818 



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Table 517 

PEESER1/Z, UlEASCIUIIO CirSKTiY ANI* GLAGS FRUIT INDUSTRY 

Aver.-^ge TJeelcly Hours 
The preserve iJivision 



Plant E-nployees 



1929 



1332 



1933 



North 



Hale 
female 



5h 
^3 



53 
Ui 



i+5 
32 



South 



Male 
Pemale 



32 



'•0 



33 

22 



Office Em'oloyees 



North 



liale 
Female 



3S 

uo 



IS 
39 



37 
33 



South 



Male 
Penal e 



^3 



^3 



Uo 
ko 



SOURCE: NRa question;v,i---es received from the inuistry. 
North - 50 i'.entical estaolish'ients; 
South - Three iclentical estahlishments. 
Nationpl Recovery Ai'aini strati on Divisior. 
Planning. The Preserve, Maraschino c;ierr 
Inousti^', ipre^X'-red hy J, A. Lucas, May 7> 



of Research and 
and Glace ?ruit 
193^. 



9760 



-66?- "' ■ 

GLACZ P.-J'IT liDUSTHY- - "JOHSiiUZi- ZOIG .^ 
CLA3SIFi:.D WLLKLY IIOITIS C^' WC.a' i'CH ilALl. C FELIALI] 7ACT0KY IVAGi HAKl^^S 
ffLiJi: VCPSi:oErTATIVL 0? PLAK lUHIOD ?0H 1933 



Hour; 


J 


V/orlcec. 


20 iiolus o; 


20.1 


»« ' T ■■ :, 


25.1 


"OC 


3C.1 


-35' 


35.1 


-40 


4C. 1 


-45 


45. 1 


-50 


50. 1 


-jf 


iJZ, 1 


-60 


6C.1 


-55 


65.1 


-70 


70.1 


—7.'; 


75.1 


-30 


Over 


80 



Nxunbei' 



Females All Heportec. Pactory Wa,:e Haraer-: 



Per cent 


Cuinul.^.tive 




Per Cent 


2.2 




1.1 


3. 3 


1.4 


<:.7 


7.0 


11.7 


4,1 


15.8 


11.9 


27.7 


19.5 


47.2 


J7.9 


75.1 


10.2 


85.3 


o.l 


90.4 


2.8 


93.2 


2.8 


96.0 


3.1 


99.1 


.9 


IQO.O 



ILSl 



2 

n 

43 

2 

62 

45 

30 

64 

42 

13 

15 

39 

11 



2i5 


28 


12 


1-i 


16 


18 


47 


90 


50 


52 


89 


151 


203 


248 


324 


354 


66 


130 


23. 


65 


22 


35 


20 


35 


1 


40 


_ 


11 



Total 



372 



899 



1,371 



100.0 



Sour.:es iLji. questionnaire returns, 17 coiicerns reporting. Tabulation by 

the Bureau of the Censur; for the IT3,tional H'.-overy Administ ration. 
Division of Hesearch and PlcUinin. ;, February 24, 1934, 



-663- 

TABLS 513 (t) 
GLACE FHUIT IlEUSTRY - SOU^Hi.M ZOTTE 
CLAS3IPILD lEEKLY HOURS 0? WW. 'FOR liALI] d- TEilALii ?ACvOKY WAGE EAEiEES 
Ti/EEK REPRESEF^ATIVE OF TIE PEAK PIEIOE FOR 1932 



lual es Female All .iororted Factory ¥r ye Earner: 

Hours Cv.unlr.tive 

Vforked NaJinber N uiabe r Euiaber Per Cent Per Cent 

20 hours or less - _ _ _ - ■ 

25. 1-30 - 19 19 10. 3 10. 3 

30. 1-53 - - - - 

3fa. 1 " <:0 

40. 1 - A5 

4r. 1 - CO 
50.1 " :: 

5C. 1 - GO 
50. 1 - o5 





^ 


106 


105 


57.6 


67.9 




42 


16 


58 


31.6 


99.5 




1 


- 


1 


.5 


100.0 


;al 


43 


141 


184 


lOC.O 





Source: IIRA questionnaire returns, 2 concerns reporting. Tabuletion by the 
Bureau of the Census for the national Recovery Administration, 
Division of Research anu. Planning, February 24, 1934. 



9813 



981S 




-GG-^- 



TABLL 520 (a) 

CLAiPinrjD HO'^HLY i^ARiiiiGs 0? .Jll:^ c zi::,iAii: PACTOHY '.tag::; zap: 

wLEi: 3LP3L3L. TA^IVi: 0? P:.AK P^IvIOIj POE i952 



if:s 



Under 10 Cents 
10 - 14.9 
15 - 13.3 
X - 24,9 
25 - 29.9 
30 - 34,9 
55 - S3. 9 
4C - 44.9 
45.- 49.9 • 
L;0 ■- 54,9 
5J - 59, 9 
60 •- S9.3 
70 - V9. 9 
SO anc. over 



Cents per Ho-'^r 'Foifber ' "' lJuin"ber 



1 
12 

24 

50 

35 

103 

44 

34 

43 

7 

14 

5 

12 

Total 372 



287 

P73 

;3C3 

C,2 

57 

13 

3 

1 



^ All Hcported Ft.ctory Wige Earners 

3^\nulative 
Itoiter Far Cent Per "Gent 



899 



288 
285 
227 
112 

92 
116 

47 

25 

43 
7 

14 
3 

12 

.1,371 



22.7 

22. 4 

17.9 

8.8 

7.2 

9.1 

3.7 

2.0 

3.4 

.6 

1.1 

.2 

.9 

.100. c 



22. 7 

45.1 
63; 
71.8 
79.0 

es.i 

91.C 

SO. O 

97,2 
97.8 
9S.9 
99.1 
100.0 



Source: IZlA nv.estiDnnaire returnr., 17 Cgncerns reporting, Tabulation by 

the 3iireau of the Census for the Nstional FLecovery AcUuinintrr.tion, 
Division 01 Fesearch onC. Plaanin ;, ITi^brurry 24, 1934, 



9818 



-666-- 

TAB LI] 520 (Id) 
GLACL FRUIT i:"]I^STffi: - SOUTIL.RiT ZOIC; 

CLASSurinr) houhly Z--jji^'i:"gs of umje i nitiALE factory wagh larlgrs 
vcu' kip3:-;sl:'tatii/i: of Pi^^Aiv p::riod for 1932 



Houi-ly 

Cents; Per IIor.r 



Under 10 cents 

1© - 1-..9 

15 - 19,9 

^ - 54.9 

25 - 29. 9 

30 - 34,9 

35 - 39.9 

40 " 44. .9 

45 - 49. e 

■oC - 54, -9 

55 - 59.-9 

■ Total 



Males 



NTJinber 



17 
4 
7 
1 
1 
1 

43 



F emales All Reported Factory ¥a"-:e Harpe rs 



Kwnber 



34 
77 

20 
9 
1 







CTJimilatiVD 


Hiiin'ber 


. Per Cent 


Per Cent 


34 


18.5 


18.5 


77 


41.9 


SO. 4 


24 


13.1 


73. G 


17 


9.2 


D2.7 


18 


9.8 


92.5 


4 


2.2 


94. 7 


7 


3.8 


. 98.,5 


1 


.5 


_ 99,0 


1 


.5 


. 99. 5 


1 


.5 


100. C 



141 



184 



100. c 



Source: 1\[RA questionnaire returns, 2 conccrnr. reporting. Tabulations by tlie 
Bi'.reau of Censu.s for the Uational Recovery Administration, Division of 
fiecaarch tuid Planning, Fcbru^ary, 24, 1934. 



9818 



-667- 

TO'Sl US":D "IT;! CAUTICN 
TABLE 521 

GLACE ?RUIT I]n)UST?.Y - NORTIiEPJT ZOITE 

CLASSIFIED \SE1:LY SARIIINGS 07 OFFICE EMPLOYEES 

PAY WEEK REPRESEIITATIVE OP PEAK PERIOD EOT 1932. 



Ueekly Eprnings North South Total . 
(dollars) (a"l (h) lltim'ber 



Less Than 5. 00 - 

5.00 - 9.09 1 1 

10.00 -12.49 S 8 

12.50 -14. 9'j 2 2 

IE. 00 -17.49 17 1 18 

17.50 -19. yy 12 12 

20.00 -24.':)'; 13 13 

25. 00 -29. 9 J 13 2 15 

30. 00 -34. 99 5 5 

35 & over T 2 10 

Total "Tn] ~57 704 



(^.) 14 Conce'"ns Renortin.?; 
(d) 2 Concerns Ret)orting 



Source: II. P., A, nuestionnaire returns, 6 concerns reuortin^-,'. 
Tabulation by the Bureau of the Census for the 
National Recovery Administration, Division of 
Research and Planning, ?ebruary 24, 1934. 



9818. 



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TO EE USED WITH CAUTION 



Table 522 

PHESLR^T], UARAiJCHINO 0K2Ilir/ ^D GLACE LT.uIT IlijUSTRY 
Average Weekly Hours 

t - — f ' 

Maraschino Cherry ?na Glace Fruit Division 



Plant Employees 



1929 



1932 



1933 



North 



I ial e 
Female 



57 
51 



53 
Us 



55 
52 



South 








Hale 


30 


■ • 51 


U7 


Female 


?-5 


,^!-7 


35 


Office Employees 








North 








I.:ale 


Ul 


Ul 


37 


Female 


• l42 ■■■ 


•43- ■ 


39 




- • . 







South 



Hale 
Female 



52 

U6 



52 

U6 



52 
U6 



SOilRCE: I\TRA que Etior.n,; Ires received fror. the inc.ustr;-: 
i^orth - 17 co;.a";lishments, 13 "being ic.entical; 
South - t-..'o iL.cvitical estahlishments. 
Uational Recovery Administr'^tion Division of Research 
and Plaimin;;. The Preserve, I.iar;^schino Cherry and Glace 
Finiit Inductr:', prepared by J. A. Lucas, V.c." J, 193^' 



9760 



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TA3LE 523 
PHESERH], ialB^iSCHIiro CILvaY AiO GLACi: ISUIT INDUSTHY 
Average V/eekly Tfages 
The Preserve Division 



Plant Employees 1929 1952 1933 



IJorth 

Hale $25.96 021.56 $17-70 

Pemale • . 12.27 10. '42 9-68 

South 

Hale i $17.27 OlU.SS $12. SI 

Female . 7.78 3.S7 5.35 



Office Em-^loyees 

North 

Hale . $39.66 03^. 2U $31.01 

■5'emale 22.90 21. 61 I9.83 

South 

Male . $3^.00 $2U.00 $22.50 

Female .21.66 17-50 19-00 



SOURCE: ERA questionnrares received from the industry: 
North - 50 identical estrblishments; 
South - Three identical esthlishiaents. 

National Recovery Administration Division of Research and 
PlaJininc. The Preserve, Maraschino Cherry and Glace Fruit 
Industry.', prepared by J. A. Lucas, ilay 7j ISj^I-* 



9760 



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TA3LE 52^ 

PRESERVE , n/aASCHIilO GHEZtiiY Al^^D C-LaCE PRUI? INDUSTRY 

Avevcif^c '7eei:ly TJar^-es 
Maraschino Cherrv and Glace Fruit Division 

Plant Eraploj^ees 19^9 19.32 13''':^ 

North 

Hale • $27.73 rt21.Ul $19-53 

Female ' I7.72 9*5^ 12. 7S 

South 

Male . :^21.00 ^■;15.07 $20.50 

Jexmle ' ^.73 S-Oh 10.36 



Office Em'ployees 

North 

Male . $31.^5 025.71 $23.95 

Female . 23.9'4 19.^9 17-^0 

South 

Hale $15.00 $15.00 SIS. 00 

Female ' 21.25 22.50 25-50 



SOURCE: FRA questionn-irer. received frosn the ino.ustr;'-: 
North -; iS ic".e;itical establishments; 
South - t\70 identical establishments. 

National Recover;/- Administrntion Division of Research and 
Planning. The Preserve, Maraschino Cheri-y and Glace Fruit 
Inoustry, prep.M-ed o^r J. A. Lucas, Mc;^'' 7» 1S3 !■• 



9760 



-671- •.. ■ - 

TA3L1; 525 (a) 
Preserve Industry - Northern Zi^ne 
Classified Weekly Hours of lorV for Factory TTage Earners 
Week ReiDres^ntative of Pea'-' Period 19?2 









Male 


Female 


Factory Wa^e "^a 


rners 




Hours 


Total 


Per Cent 


GuTnulative 




Worked 














l^^r Cent 




20 hou] 


rs or less 




46 


66 


112 


7.3 


7.7 




20.1 - 


25 




8 


13 


21 


1.4 


«.7 




25.1 - 


30 




8 


22 


30 


2.0 


10.7 




30,1 - 


35 




5 


31 


.36 


2.4 


13.1 




35.1 - 


40 




28 


76 


104 


6.8 


19.9 




40.1 - 


45 




74 


115 


189 


12.4 


32.3 




45.1 - 


50 




174 


137 


711 


20.4 


52.7 




50.1 - 


55 




200 


94 


294 


19.3 


72.0 




55.1 " 


60 




52 


61 


113 


7.4 


"9.4 




60.1 - 


65 




40 


2 


42. 


2.8 


82.2 




65.1 - 


70 




' 63 


2 


65 . 


4.3 


86,5 




70.1 - 


75 




158 


— 


158 


10.3 


96.8 




75.1 - 


80 




26 


— 


26 


1.7 


98,5 




Over 60 




27 


— 


23 


1.5 


100.0 








Total 


905 


619 


1524 


100.0 







Source: N.R.A. questionnaire Retiirns, 51 establishments reioortinff. Taljulation 
by the Bureau of the Census for the National Recoverv Administration, 
Division of Research and Planning, February 26, 1974, 



9818 



TABLE 525 i^) 
PHESERVE INHUSTRY - SOllTirEHN ZONE 
CLASSIFIED W.TKLY IDIRS OF TOFJC FO^ FACTORY WA^^E EARIIERS 
WEEK KEPFESEKTATIVE OF 193':; PEAK PERIOD 



Hours 
Worked 




Male 


Female 


Fa 
Total 


ctory ^ape 
Per Cent 


Earners 
Cumulative 
Per Cent 




20 hours or less 


6 


7 


13 


•54.1 


24.1 




20.1 


- 


25 • 


•s 


2 


5 


9.2 


33.3 




25.1 


- 


30 • 


- 


5 


• 5 


9.2 


42.5 




30.1 


- 


35 • 


£ 


■■- 


2 


3.7 


46.2 




35.1 


- 


40 • 


■■i 


-' 


1 


1.8 


48.0 




40.1 


- 


45 • 


•i» 


■ - 


■ ■■ : ~ 


'. 


- 




45.1 


- 


50-' 


•2 ■ 


-' 


' 2 


F.7 


51.7 




50.1 


- 


55 • 


•5 


1 


6 


11.1 


62.8 




55.1 


- 


60- 


•8 


3 


■ 11 


20.4 


83.2 




60.1 


- 


65- 


■5 


- 


5 


9.3 


92.5 




65.1 


- 


70- 


•2 


- 


2 


".7 


96.2 




70.1 


- 


75- 


•1 


- 


1 


1.9 


93.1 




75.1 


- 


80- 




- - 


- 


- 


- 




Over 


80 ■ 


• 1 


- 


1 


1.9 


100.0 








Total 


36 


18 


54 


100.0 







Source: JIRA questionnaire returns, 3 estnblisliments renorti ';g. 

Taljulation by the Bureau of the Census for the ITati nal_ 
Recovery Administration, Division of Research and Planning, 
February 26, 1934. 



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-573- 

TaLle 526 (a) 

Preserve Incoistrj"- - northern Zone 
".Twiber of Factory "lace Earners En-)loyed. in Establishments Uorkins 
Specified Shifts anc- Shift Hours 



.ours Worked 
















Per Shift Representative 


Pnyroll Weel: for PeaJ; Period for 1929 






- 


: 1 shift 


: 1 - .1 shift '. 


. 2 shifts 




. 2 shifts 


ilole 


: Mace 


• JTemale 


: Wace 


: Male 


': ^ace 


; Fcnale 


\ VJage 


ilo.Est 


'r Ea.rners 


■ lIo.Est. 


. EaiTiers 


. Ho. Est. 


. Earners. 


. Ha. Est. 


. Earners 


6-6.9 


: 


: - 


. - 


. - 


. - 


. - 


. - 


7-7.9 


• - 


: .2 


'. 17 


,' - 


! -' 


. -' 


. - 


8-8.9 15 


: 176 


: 22 


; 34^* 


! - 


'. -■ 


', - 


. - 


9-9.9 23 


: 392 


: 14 


'. 321 


\ - 


- 


. - 


. - 


10-10.9 S 


418 


. 4 


; 130 


- 


. - 


', - 


. - ■ 


11-11.9 


- 


• - 


i - 


, 1 


! 4 


'. — 


. - 


12 and over 1 


5 


- 


- 


'. 1 


323 


i - 


, - 


Total -17 


991 


. 42 


862 


2 


327 


. - 


. - 


|- Shifts not 
" reported 1 
















20 


1 


48 


.' - 


- 


. - 


- 






PeaJ- Period 1932 (6) 








6-6.9 1 . 


9 


2 ; IG . - 


- 


. - 


- 


7-7.9 1 


2 


2 


14 


- 


- 


- 


: - 


8-8.9 18 


164 


23 


239 


- 


- 


- 


- 


9-9.9 19 


233 


12 


132 


- 


- 


- 


: - 


10-10.9 7 


270 


4 


144 


- 


- 


- 


- 


11-11.9 


- 


- 


- 


1 


3 


- 


- 


12 and over 5 


210 


- 


- 


- 


- 


~ 


- 


Total 49 


888 


43 


595 


1 


3 


- 


- 


Shifts not 
















reported 1 


14 


1 


24 














Pea:: Period 1933 (c) 








6-6.9 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


7-7 . 9 4 


54 


7 


219 


- 


- 


- 


- 


g-. 8-8.9 34 

1 9-9.9 8 


849 


29 


800 \ 


2 


61 


1 


5 


236 


3 ■ 


24 


; 


- 


- 


- 


10-10.9 - : 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


11-11.9 


- 


- 


- 


T_ 


^6 : 


- 


- 


12 and over .1 : 


24 : 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Total 47 : 


1165 : 


39 . 


1043 . 


3 : 


67 


1 


6 


Shifts not : 
















reported 1 


45 : 


1 


94 


• 


- 


: 


- 



















Source: il.R.A. Q,uestionnaire returns. Tabulation by the Bureau of the Census for 
the ilo.tional Recovery Adi.iinisti'ation, Division of Research and Planning, 
3eb. 25, 1934. L. _ ' _ 

(a) Esta-blislu.ients Reporting: L-^3, 50; 1932, 51; 1933, 51. 



9818 



Table- 526 <b) 

Preserve Inductr^' - Southem Zone 

lT"anbe-.- of Factor^.'' l/ase Earners eiiplo^ed in Esta.blisments Worhin; 
S'^ecified Shifts aaid Sliift-I-Ioiirs. 



lIxT'-ber iicurc 














Tforlzed Ter 


1929- 1 shift 


1932- 1 


shift 


1933- 1 shift 


Sliift 


lIo.Est. 


Wage Earners 


ilo.Est. 


"/p.ge Earners 


ITo.Est. 


.ITage Earners 


8 ho'crc 


_ 


— 


_ 


^ 


•2 


76 


9 " 


- 


- 


1- 


54 


- 


- 


9-'- " 


1 


16 


1 


13 


- 


- 


10 " 


1 


80 


- 


- 


. 


- 


Total 


1 


96 


1 


52 


1 


76 



Shifts npt reported 
for 1 establislanent 



Shifts not reported 
for 1 e stab 1 ism ent 



Shifts not report- 
ed for 1 est. 



Source: 11. f.. A Qjiestionnaire ?.et\ims Tabulated !3'^ the Bureau of the Census 
for the IJational Recovery Administration, Division of Research ^jid 
Plaiiiiing. Feb. 26, 1934. 



9818 



-675- "■ • 
TABLE 5Py ^^^ 

Preserve Industry - Northern Zone 

Classified Hourly ^arnintrs of Factory Wa?e "Earners 

Week ReiDresontative of P^ak Period - 1932 



Hourly ''Earnings 
Cents Per Hour 



Factory Wage 'Bp'^ners 

Hale Female Total Per Cent Cunulative 

Per Cent 



Under 10 cents 

10 - 14.9 

15 - 19.9 
I 

20 - 24.9 

25 -- 29.9 

30 " 34.9 

35 - 39.0 

40 - 44.9 

45 - 49.9 

50 - 54.9 

55 - 59.9 

60 - 69.9 

70 - 79.9 
80 and over 



Total 



- 


11 


11 


.7 


.7 


14 


200 


214 


14.0 


14.7 


5 


145 


150 


9,8 


24.5 


104 


R4 


188 


12.3 


36.8 


137 


121 


258 


16.9 


53.7 


215 


16 


231 


15.2 


68.9 


157 


9 


166 


10.9 


79.8 


73 


31 


104 


6.8 


86.6 


81 


" 


81 .. 


5.3 


91.9 


37 


1 


38 


2.5 


94.4 


36 


- 


36 


2.4 


96.8 


21 


1 


22 


1.4 


98.2 


25 


. , 


25 


1.8 


100.0 


905 


619 


1524 


100.0 





Source: N.R.A. questionnaire Returns, 51 esta"blishments reporting. Tabulation 
"by the Bureau of the Census for the Rational Recovery Ad^ninistration, 
Division of Research and Planning, February 25, 19^4. 



9818 



, -6Tb- 

TA3LE 527 ("b) ■• 
PRESERVE IKDUSTP.Y - SOUTHERN ZOIIE 
CLASSIFIED HOURLY EARIIIWGS OF FACTORY WAGE EARI^RS 
WEEK REPEESEKTATIVE OF 193? PEAJC PERIOD 



Hourly 






Factory Wage 


Earners 


Earnings 










Cumulative 


CentF per Hour 


•Male 


Female 


Total 


Per Cent 
13.0 


Per Cent 


Under 10 cents 


- 


7 


7 


13.0 


10 - 14.9 


'2 


6 


8 


14.8 


27.8 


15 - 19.9 


- 


2 


2 


5.7 


SI. 5 


20 - 34.9 


" 8 


2 


10 


18.5 


50.0 


25 - 29.9 


■ 6 


- 


• 6 


11.1 


Gl.l 


30 - 34.9 


' 10 


1 


11 


20.3 


81.4 


35 - 39.9 


5 


- 


5 


9.3 


90.7 


40 - 44.9 


■ ' 3 


- 


3 


5.5 


96 . 2 


45 - 49.9 


1 


^ 


>1 


1.9 


98.1 


50 - 54.9 


- 


- 


- ,- 


- 


- 


55 - 59.9 


- 


- ■ 


- 


- 


- 


60 - 69.9 


1 


- 


1 ■ 


1.9 


10^'. 


70 and over 


- 


- ■ 


- 


- 


- 


Total 


36 


18 


54 


100.0 





Source: HRA questionnaire returns, 3, establishments re-norting. 
Tabulation by the Bureau of the Census for the National 
Recovery Administration, Division of Research and Planning, 
February 26, 1934. 



9818 



-b77- ' 
TABL3 523 ■ 

Pr-'serve Industry - Northern Zone 

Classified Wee-ikly 'Earnini^s of Offi-ce ^^mnloyees 

Week ReiDresentative of PeaV Period 1932 



Wee'^ly 

Earnings 

(Dollars 



Office 'Eiployees 



Myinber 



Per Cent 



Cumulative 
Per Cent 



5:00 - 9.99 
10:00 - 12.49 
12,50 - 14.99 
15.00 - 17,49 
17.50 - 19.9.9 
20.00 - 24,99 
25.00 - 29,99 
30,00 - 34.99 
35.00 & over 



1 


.5 


.5 


3 


• 1.5 


2,0 


11 


5.5 


7,5 


20 


10.0 


17,5 


25 


12.5 


■ 30.0 


45 


•22.5 


52.5 


25 


12.5 


65.0 


25 •• 


12. 5' 


77.5 


45 


22,5 


100.0 



Total 



300 



100,0 



Sources N.R.A. questionnaire Returns, 51 establishments Ireporting TalDulation 
by the Bioreau of the Census for the "Tational R«!covery Aiminlstration, 
Division of Research and Planning, February 25, 1934. 



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-633- 

Table 5;''3 
::.^T PRODUCTS industpiY 

ClassiiTied T7ee':l,y Hours of factor- Euployees, 
June 1933 



Hours per 
7eek 



ru;-:bcr of 


Per 


li.iployees 


Cent 


52 


.2.6 


36 


l.S 


21 


1.0 


51 


s.!") 


ISS 


9.n 


S39 


• 46.6- 


5U2 


27.0 


77 


3.S 


7S 


■3.S 


29 


i.U 


2,013 


■ 100.0 



Curaalative 
Per Cent 



20 or less 
20,1 - 25 
25.1 - 30 
30.1 - 35 

35.1 - ko 
UO.l - U5 
U5.I - 50 

50.1 - 55 
55.1 - 60 

Over 60 
Total 



■ 2.6 

k.k 

5.U 

7.9 

17.3 

63.9 

90.9 

9^.7 

98.6 

100.0 



SOURCE: 



IIRA nuestion;i. ire returns, 16 otit of 2S con.;er-is reporting. 
National Ilecove;'^'- Aciroinistration, Division of Ilesearch and 
Plannin^^;. Tlic licit Products Industry, prepared by R. G. 
Gould, Hey 25, 193^. ' : 



9760 



-693- '■ . 
TABLE 539 

iaalt products i;.ai«jfactuhihg iiidustry 

Numfer of Factory Wage Earners Employed in Eststlishments 
Working Specified Shifts and Shift-Hours. 



Hours worked June 1929 June 1933 Octoter 1933 

per shift. 12 3 12 3 12 34 

Shift Shifts Shifts Shift Snifts Shifts Shift Shifts Shifts Shifts 



Under 6,1 


- 


- 




16 


- 


- 


5 


- 


■ - 


- 


6 - 6.9 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


191 


7 - 7.9 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


63 


- 


- 


- 


8 - 8.9 


242 


- 


490 


152 


114 


1696 


55 


108 


1098 


- 


9 - 9.9 


36 


- 


- 


" 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


10 - 10.9 


- 


- 


- 


35 


- 


- 


- 


" 


- 


- 


11 - 11.9 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


12 and over 


- 


137 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Total 


278 


137 


490 


'203 


114 


1696 


123 


108 


1098 


191 


No. Establish, 


. 9 


1 


6 


7 


1 


6 


5 


1 


7 


1 



Source: N.R.A. Questionnaire returns. Tabulation by the Bureau of Census 
foi- the National Recovery Administration, Division of Research and 
Planning, March 6, 1934. 



9818 



-700- 

TaBLE ^5^0 

i..;ilT PHODUCTS IKDUSTTf 

Classified Hourl" Earnings of Factory '.ta,^:e Werners, June 1933 





J-L^ 


■ne 1933 ,. 


16 Estajlishments 


Earnings 


.... . per Cejat. CXuJulatlve 


per Hour 


Hi: 


iployees 


Per Cent 


Under I5 cents 








15(^ - 13. 9<^ 




— 


rr- 


20e - 2U.9(# 







0.2 0.2 


25!* - 29.9!^ 




S 


0.5 0.7 


30# - 3i+.9?f 




57 


2.S 3.5 


35^ - 39. 9i* 




23 


1.1 k.6 


ko^ - LiU.9rf 




113 


5.6 10.2 


145^ - ^3.3'<f: 




US 


2.3 ■ 12.5 


50^ - 5^.9f* 




333 


16.5 29.0 


55(* - 59.9^ 




U70 


23.3 ■ 52.3 


60^ - 69. 9(^ 




536 


26.6 7S.9 


705^ - 79.9^ 




1S5 


g.S 87.1 


BOif: or more 


— 


250 


12.9 100.0 






2,013 


100.0 


SOliaCE: MA qu 


estionn 


aire returns. 


16 out. of 2S. concerns reporting. 



National Recover;' Adninistration, Division of Research and 
Planning, The Ilrlt Products Industr;;, -.prepared oy R. G. 
Gould, i:cy 25, 193 U. 



9760 



-701- 

TiiELE 5'^1 
LIALT ER0DU3TS i;LAlJUTACTU?JlIG lilEUSTRY 

CLASSIFIED ;.is::ly EAri:i::G3 o? cfpice 

EiiiLOYEEo ."."EEK OF JUl.i; 13, 1933 



■Jeelcly Earning 
(Dcllg.rs) 



Iffice E nijloyees 



r ■"cmb e r 



Psrcent 



CuTiulative 
pr^rcent 



Less tlian 5.00 
5.00 - 9.39 
10.00 - IS.'ig 
l.i.50 - 1<!. 99 
15.00 - 17.4-9 
17.30 - 19.99 
■30.00 - 24.99 
35.00 - 29.99 
30.00 - 34.99 
35.00 and over 



3 


.6 


.5 


^1 


4.3 


4.9 


1^3 


23.1 


54.0 


76 


15.5 


49.5 


63 


12.8 


62.3 


74 


15.1 


77.4 


i7 


5.5 


82.9 


29 


5.9 


08.8 


55 


11.2 


100.0 



■Total 



491 



100.0 



Source: 'J3A questionnaire Returns, 15 establisLments reiwrting. 
Tabulation by the Bui-eau of tl.e Census for tl.e 17'^tional 
Recovery Administi-ation, Division of Hesearcli aiid 
Plenninj;, iiarch 6, 1934. 



9C18 



-702- 

TA3LE "^2 

YEjiST IWDUSTHY 

Classified T7ee):ly Hours of Factor;/- r;;.v;:e Ea.rners 
?or "ee^: Including June 15, 1933 



HOURS 


770E: 


CED 


iJUllBER OF 
UAGE E^iniRS 


20 or under 




19 


20.1 to 


25 




3 


25.1 to 


30 




10 


30.1 to 


35 




10 


^5.1 to 


ko 




96 


UO.l to 


U5 




234 


'15.1 to 


50 




1137 


50.1 to 


55 




16 


55.1 to 


60 




26 


Over 60 


Hou: 


?s 


15 


T( 


3tal 




1566 



pe::i ceot 

OF TOTAL 

1.2 

.2 

.6 

.6 

6.1 
1I4.9 
72.6 

1.0 

1.7 

1.0 



SOURCE: NBA questio:-mr.lre returns, 12 manufacturers representing lOO'i 
of the industry reporting. National Recovery Adninistration, 
Division of Research and Planning. The Yecst Industry, pre- 
pared by Dono-ld F. Yalceley, April 17j 193'^« 



9760 



-703- 

■TA3LE 5^3 

YEAST INDUSTRY 

Glnssifiocl Hourly Earnings of Jactor:^ ^C'-iie rr-rners 
Ueclc of June 15, 1933 



Actual 


Zarnin^^s 




Per Cent 


Hourly 


Cumulative 


Per Hour 


Toti^l 


of Total 


TTp,:;es 


Per Cent 


Undjr : 


^5/ 







15/ 




15v^ to 


19.9/ 








20^; 


_— 


P.Oi^ to 


2U.9/ 







25/ ' 


— 1 


25^ to 


29'. 9/ 


■7 


.2 


30/ 


.2" 


30^ to 


3U.9/ 


23 


1.9 


35/ 


2.1" 


35/ to 


39.9/ 


37 


2.1+ 


up/ ■ 


1^.5 


Uo/ to 


UU.q^ 


13^^ 


8.6 


l^5/ ■ 


13.1 


U5^ to 


^9.9/ 


^5 


2.9 


50/ 


16.0 


50/ to 


5U.9/ 


50 


3.2 


^^5/ 


19.2 


55/ to 


59.9/ 


110 


7.0 


So/ 


26.2 


6o^* to 


69.9/ 


S:'.U . 


Ul.l 


70/ 


67.3 


7052; to 


79.9/ 


196 


12.5 


so/ 


79. s 


80(!; or 


more 


31s 


20.3 






Total 




1536 


100.0 







SOURCE: IOTA questiornir-ire returns, 12 manuf-.ct'arers representing 100^ 
of the inc.ustry reporting. National Recovery Adninistration 
Divisio:i of Reser.rcli and Planning. Tl'.e Yer.st Industry, pre- 
pared, ty Dor.r.l':''. 1, Yakelcy, April 17, 193^l-» 



9760 



TA3LE '^kk 

Y3AST INDUSTRY 

Classified T/eel:l-'- I!a,rnin;;;;s of Office Errrployees - For Ueek 
Including June I5, 1933 

Weekly Earnin,-2;s Rv.nbei- of Ervployees P er Cent of Total 

Less than $5.00 

$5.00 to $9.99 9 2.6 

$10.00 tu $ii+.99 25 7.3 ■ 

$i's.oo to $19.99 75 21.9 ■ 

$20.00 to $2U.99 70 20.5 • 

$25.00 to $29.99 52 15.2 ' 

$30.00 to $3^.99 35 10.2 ■ 

$35.00 to $39.99 23 6.7 ■ 

$Uo.oo to p'.k.ss 1^ ^'1 ■ 

$145.00 and over 39 11. U 

Total 3U2 



SGUP.CE: 131A. questioiiiirire returns, 12 i.ianufacturers representing lOOfo 
of the inr.ustr:' reporting. National P.ecovery Administration 
Division of Ilesoarch and Planning. The Teast Industry/-, pre- 
pared "by Do:ir,ld ]?, YaJieley, April 17, 193't» 



9760 



-705- 

TABLE 5^5 
FLAVOEIHG PRODUCTS irDUSTRY - IIOHTH 
CLASSIFIED Y/SZl^.LY HOURS OF v;cr:[ FOR iAL3 6; F^vALI] ZACTORY WAGE 2ARI'I3RS 

Weok x'a-Oxes.nt .tive of JionD, 1933 











All Re^ 


■■orted Fr. 


ctory 


W; 


~-P,Q Earners 




Hours 


Mrile 


Female 








Ci 


omulative 




Worked 






Nuriiber 


Per Cent 




Per Cent 




20 liou:.-s or loss 


14 


29 


43 


3.2 






3.2 




20.1 


- 25 


2 


7 


9 


.7 






3.9 




25.1 


- 30 


36 


35 


71 


5.2 






9.1 




30.1 


- 35 


17 


14 


31 


2.3 






11.4 




35.1 


- 40 


102 


152 


254 


18.6 






30.0 




Af).l 


- 45 


177 


186 


3G3 


26.7 






56.7 




45.1 


- 50 


■ 243 


115 


358 


26.3 






83.0 




50.1 


- 55 


90 


60 


150 


11.0 






94.0 




55.1 


- 60 


42 


8 


50 


3.7 






97.7 




60.1 


- 65 


17 


— 


17 


1.2 






98.9 




65.1 


- 70 


4 


~ 


4 


.3 






99.2 




70.1 


- 75 


6 


^ 


6 


.4 






99.6 




75.1 


- 80 


2 


— 


2 


.1 






99.7 




Over 


80 


3 


1 


4 


.5 






100.0 






Tot-il 


755 


607 


1362 


100.0 











Source: il.R.A. aujstionn"ire r-^tums, 104 concoras reporting. T-.bulation 
by the Bureau of the Census for the Rational Recovery Administra- 
tion, Division of R^soc rch and Planning, May 4, 1934. 



9818 



-70d- 

TA3LE 5U6 
FLAVORIiTG PRCDUCTS IllJUS^F.Y - SOUTH 
CLASSIFIED YJE33aY HOURS 0? WOPJC FOR i.ALZl <x F3I.L4.LS FACTCRY VIAGE SARilERS 

lieelz re irasont- tive of Jxaio 1933 



Hours 



■(Vorlied 


i;-: 


55.1 - 40 


5 


40.1 - 45 


3 


45.1 - 50 


16 


50.1 - 55 


4 


55.1 - 60 


13 



All Re-Qorted Fr.ctorv 'Ji^-.se jlc-rners 

Cturru-lAtivG 
Fera-?. 1 e IT'Ui'n'b e r Par Cent Per Cent 



1 


6 


4.6 


4.6 


- 


3 


2.3 


6.9 


45 


59 


43.0 


51.9 


15 


17 


13.0 


64.9 


3" 


46 


35.1 


100.0 



Totc.l 



41 



90 



131 



100.0 



Source: il.R.A. quustionnrire returns, 11 concerns reporting. T-.bulr.tion 
by the Bure->.u of the Census for the iJr.tiono.l Recovery Ac'jninist ra- 
tion, Division of Research "nd Planniiig, fcy 4, 1934. 



9818 



-707- 



TAJ3LE 5^7 

?MV0Rr'c~ PHo:m GTS b'-dt-sthy 

Kum'ber of Factory TTage- Earners Employed in Establishments 
Working Specified Shifts and SMf t-!Io\irs. 

Payroll we^k representative of - 



Uumber of 




JUl 


^E 1929 


: JTJiTE 1933 


NOVEIBEH 1933 


Hours uorked 


'■ miL 


iber of 


Employees 


• ITutiher of Em-nloyee!=' 


Fumher -of Eimolo^'-ees 


uer shift. 


1 


Shift 


2 Shift 


: 1 Shift 


1 Shift 2 Shift. 




Male 


Female Male 


: I.;ale Ft ■male 


Male Female Male 


Under S liov_r 


s - 


_ 




2 


55 160 ■ 


6 to 5.9 " 


2 


- 


- 


: 11 12 


3 8- 


7 to 7.9 " 


109 


155 


- 


: 131 177 


206 225 


8 to 8.9 1' 


• 271 


216 


- 


• 280 250 


388 257 28 


9 to 9.V. " 


260 


176 


- 


: 220 146 


24 19 


10 to 10.9" 


51 


32 


- 


: 74 


_ ,_ 


11 to 11.9" 


jj 


- 


- 


: - - 


_ 


12 tn l-l^.gii 


- 


- 


97 


'■ " 


- -. - 


TOTAL 


713 


579 


97 


' 716 5S7 


586 659 28 


Concerns 












Report inc 


84 


58 


1 


: 91 60 


88 57 1 








SOUT' 


iiiP-N STATES 





Payroll Week Representative of 



Number of 


jm 


'E 1929 


JLP 


'E 1933 


NCVEl 


BE?. 1 


"33 


Hours \7orked 


Number of 


Employees 


• Number 


of Emuloyees 


Number 


of 


Em- 


Dloyees 


■per shift. 


1 Shift 




■ 


. Shift 


1 Shift 










Kale' 


Teiaal e 


l;ial e 


Female 


iiale 


- - 


.Female 


7 to 7.9 hou] 


-s . 4 




3 




40 




116 


8 to 8.: " 


4 


- 


14 


39 


5 






3 


9 to 9.9 " 


21 


67 


6 


17 


_ 






_ 


10 to 10.9 " 


16 , 


41 


13 


33 


- 






- 


TOTAL 


45 


108 


36 


89 


45 






119 


Concerns 


















Reporting 


8 


5 


g 


5 


9 






5 



Source: NH/. questionnaire returns 
for the National Recovery Administ 
ning. May 4, 1934. 



Tabulation by the I^ureau of the Census 
ation, rivision of Research and Plan— 



9818 



-70"- 

TABLE 548 (a) 

FLAVOEIITG PT^.ODT'CTS I-T3ttsTR-i _ IIOETK 
CLASS lyiED HQT.n^LY EAPNIl'GS OF ''ULE ^'^ FEJIALE FACTORY WAGE EAPJIERS 
WEEK REFRE3E^^TATIVE OP JITNE, 1933 



Hourly Earnings 
Cents Pqr Hour 



I'^al' 



F°nal'? 



All Rp-Qorted Factory Wage Earners 

CunulPtive 
Nunb°r Per Cont Per C°nt 



Under 10 c°nts 


, — 


— 


— 


— 




10 - 14.9 


2 


6 


8 


.6 


6 


15 - 19.9 


6 


47 


53 


3.9 


4.6 


20.- 24.9 


35 


213 


248 


18.2 


2^.7 


25 - 29.9 


41 


128 


169 


12.4 


35.1 


30 - 34.9. 


114 


112 


226 ; 


16.6 


51.7 


^5 - 39.9, 


88 


61 


149 


10.9 


'62.6 


40 - 44,9 


1C8 


19 


127 


9.3 


71.9 


45 - 49.9 


f7 


9 


75 


5.6 


77.5 


50 - 54.9 


68 


8 


76 


5.6 


s-^-.i 


55 - 59.9 


48 


1 


49 


3,6 


86.7 


60 - 69.9 


70 


1 


71 


6^8 


92.0 


70 - 79.9 


50 


1 


51 


3.7 


95.7 


80 and over 


5" 


1 


59 


4.8 


100.0 


Total 


755 


607 


1362 


100.. 





Source: -IRA qi'°stionnaire r°ti.rns 104 conr;°rns renorting. TaMlation 
"hy the Bur°au of the Census for the National Recovery Adminis- 
tration for the Division of Research an'-" Planning, l?ay 4, 1934. 



9818 



-709- 

FLAVOEIITG rP.ODUCTS lilDUSTHY - SOUTH 
CLASSIFIED HOURLY EASUIHGS C? LJU:.2 AiiD T3Vi^.LE, FACTORY \TAGZ S;JtLT3RS 

Week re'ortjsentrtive of Jiuie, 1933 



Hourly E-^.rnin^s All 5er)orted Fo.ctory Wr.go B^-'.rners 

Total C'cunul'^.tive 

Cents Per Hoiir I.b.lc Fem-^.lo Hiimbor For Cent Per Cent 



Under "'.0 cents 


- 


- 


- 


10 - 14.9 


2 


60 


62 


15 - 19.9 


1 


20 


21 


20 - 24.9 


12 


5 


17 


25 - 29,9 


4 


2 


6 


30 - 34.9 


2 


3 


5 


35 - 39.9 


2 


- 


2 


40-44.9 


1 


- 


1 


45 - 49.9 


3 


— 


o 


50 - 54.9 


4 


— 


4 


55 - 59.9 


3 


- 


3 


60 - 69.9 


3 


>. 


3 


70 - 79.9 


- 


- 


— 


30 :uid over 


4 


_ 


4 



47.3 


47.3 


16.0 


63.3 


12.9 


76.2 


4.6 


80.8 


3.8 


84.6 


1.5 


86.1 


.8 


86.9 


2.3 


89.2 


3.1 


92.3 


2.3 


94.6 


2.3 


96.9 



3.1 100.0 

Tot.-.l 41 90 131 100.0 



Source: II. R. A., quostionn-.ire returns, 11 concerns ro;;'ortin£. Tr-bul-^.tion 
■by the Burer.u of tne Census for the ll'^.tionrl Recovjry Adrninistro- 
tion, Division of Resc.rch -^.nd Plr.nning, ivir.y 4, 1954. 



9818 



-71C- 

TA3IL 5^9 
FLAVORING- PEOLUCTS Il'Iil'STi-:! 

clas3ifi:;d wezkly LJUiriii&s o^'onc;: eu'LO'czs. 

W.Z:K f3?KESEITTATlVE OF JU1;E,1933 



■.-■--.EKLY LjVRl"irGS IjORTII ( a) SOUT^I ( b ) 

(UOLLilRS) UU!;B:JR PEK CElfT irixJEH 



Ihidei' 5, 'iO — - 

5.00 to 9.SD 12 2.6 

10.00 to 1?.49 24 .5o3 11 

12.50 to 14.99 46 10.1 6 

15.00 to 17.49 69 15.2 4 

IV. 50 to 19.99 ' 58 12.7 1 

20.00 to 24.99 ' 113 2^^% 8 7 

25.00 to 29.99 59 12.9 2 

30.00 to 34,99 ' 28' 6.1 1 

35.0.^ cjid over -.7' 10.3 4 

Total 450 100.0 36 



(a) 90 concerns reporting* 

( l)) 8 concerns reporting 

Sovircp; .IIEA qv.estionnaire returns Ta'cnltion by tiio Bxireau of Census I'or 
tL'.e Ha.tional Recovery Ac'anini strati on, Division of Research and 
Pla;inini~, May 4, 1934. 



9818 



-711- 

TABLS 550 
PECAN SHELLING HTDUSTRY 



TO BE USED WITH CAUTION 



TOTAL S?'"^LOYI'ENT,lvlAU-HOUR,AiTO PAYROLLS OF PECAR DEALERS 
IN NOlTHEIiN AREA - EXCLUDING CHICAGO 
ONE TE^J: EIa)IiTG BAREST DECE-'BER 15, 19 3 3 



ITEI! 



PICIGRS- 



1/ 



Total "i'unber j^.mployed 
Total ivian-Hours forked 



Total Tages Received 



Averafi;e Hourly Earnings 
Average 7eekly Earnings 
Avera^^e Hours Worked 



242 

11,318 

$2, 733,. 05 

c^ .246 

S11.50 

46.8 



1./ Four other employees (laborers and packers) are not shcin above due to the 
lack of na^re and hour data 

SOURCE: Questionnaire sent out by the Research and Planning 
Division, WA, to three firns. National Recovery 
Adninistration Besearch and Planning Division Field 
Investigation of Pecan Shelling Industrv, prepared 
h" J. A. Lucas, Karcii 12, li;35. 



9S13 



-71 S'- 
551 (a) 



.. UoiJD "Iffi CAUTIOn 



PZGAIv] S.IELiuIIIC- IinDUSTllY 



TPTiiL EIPLQ-nT/T, ! 'AlT-'IOLrRS, AlU) PAY^^OLLS OF PECAli DEALERS 

IN CHICAGO 
"JOR A WIEK E1©ING IGA^IEST DEGE13ER 15, 1934. 



ITEM 



ogcu?atioi^:al groups of 



'LOYEES 



"rac]:ers 



Pickers 



Others- 



1/ 



Totpl 



■^otal ITu^ilier EniDlo^'ed 
Total i''an-ITours ^orlced 
Total '^ages Received 
Avera^Kie Hniirlv Earnings 
Avera.ee Teekly Earnin-'^s 
Average Hoiirs Torkea 



16 


562 


383 


19,242 


4.74 


$3,252.98 


.2?A 


$.152 


5.30 


is5.79 


23.9 


34.2 



5 583 

223 19,353 

$68.00 £3,405 .72 

$.298 $ .172 

S13.60 ? 5.84 

45.6 34.1 



1/ Includes Tneciirnics, Tiratchnen, helpers and other l;-borers. 

SQuHgE: Pr'Toll data of 13 Chicrr-'o firms obtained Ida'' the L^^bor 
Advisory Boara, iIR.1. National Recovery Adrainistration 
Research and Planning Division Field Investigation of 
Pecan Shelling Inaustry, preparea by J.A.Lucas, I'arch 
12, 1935 



931g 



"715- 

SA3LE 551 (b) TO 



:'•. USED riTH CAUTIOI'T 



PECili.! SIELLIHG IIJDUSTRY 



TOTAL E!i?LOYi~.NT, ?AiM"iOUES, AiJD PAYROLLS OF ?ECA1'. jEALERS 

IK SOUTH 
FOR OTIE WZLK EJCIFG ICaR ST DECEISER 15, 1'jo4. 



ITE?T 



OC CURAT IOFAL C-R0U?£ 



CF 



!:r?LorEF.s 



CRACKERS 



PICKERS-^ 



CL5A1GRS 



ot:iers 



TOTAL 



Total Nu^^ber Enployed 12 

Total I'ln-Hours forked 494 

Total Wafjes Received $92.54 $1,055.41 

Average Hourly Earnings ^.137- 

Averaf!;e Weekly Earnings $7.70. 

Average Hours '^orked 41.2 - 



2-32 


19 


49 




302 


7,536 


900 


2 , 074 




11,134 


55.41 


$103.20 


■ $401,47 


$1 


,652.42 


$.138 


$.115 


$.194 




$.148 


c?4.75 


^5.43 


$8,19 




$5.47 


34.5 


47.4 


41.3 




36.9 



1./ Data in this column are based on tluree firms. Six other firms emDlojfing 
262 pickers o.id not submit man-hour data, but rerjorted a total weekly 
pavroll of ■^728.06, indicating an average -"reekly wage of $2.79. For the 
nine firms combined, total weekly payrolls anoiinted to ■'^1,783.47, and the 
averaf'e ■•'age amounted to $3.68. 

SOURCE: Questionnaire sent out to 9 Firms by tlie Research and Planning 
Division of the NRA. National R-.-covery Administration Research 
and PlanninA' Division Field Investigation of the Pecan Shelling 
Industr^r b-''' J. A. Lucas, sarcn 12, 1935. 



9Slg 



_7lU- 



L'ABLE 551 (c) TO B:. US1:D -,IT.I CAUTIOl-l 



PECAW S^IiLLiyG I^DUSTRY 



TOTAL EfPLOYJEliT, " aK*-i iURS, VD P TROLLS 0¥ PECAN COtlTRAGTORS 
IK SAli .UiT ;NIO, TEXAS, FOR TLSK LURIUG i}ECEI'[BER, 1934 



ITEM 



OGCUPATIOHAL GROUPS OF E:^ '^'LOYZES 



Crackers 



Pickers 



Cleaners 



Total 



Total ivfumber ErmDloyea 
Total I''an-Hours ?7orked 
Total "pf^es Received 
Average Hourly Earninf':;s 
-.vera,re T'_-ekly Earnin,?s 
Iverape Uours "orked 



100 


876 


52 




. 1,030 


4,2?S 


39,994 


1,599 




35 , 855 


v3bU.57 


_;^90'i.60 


$85.73 


?1 


,328.99 


,•5.08 


>f.03 


•$.054 




S.037 


_$5.39 


$1.03 


'^^.65 




$1.29 


-2.7 


54.3 


50.6 




54.8 



SC'IRCE: Qiiestionn.i,irf,'S sent out to 14 contractors Ly the Research a.nd 

Planning Division, National Recovery Adninistration. I'TR£ Research 
and Planning- Division Field Inves"ti|fi'ation of Pecan Shelling In- 
dustry bir J. A, Lucas, i'iarch 12, 1955 



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T^CaH S:IELLING lilDUSl^T/ 

:Iourly '/age ilates of Pickers 
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Hourly v/age 

Rates 
(in cents) 



livz.oev 

?.eceiving 

Inc.icated 

Iloii.rly 

r.r.tes 



Per Cent 



Ciir.:ulative 
Per Cent 



Under 3.O 1/ 

3.0 -ander 
k.O 

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S.O 

8.0 uner 
9.0 

Total 



20 
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1.0 

3.0 
27.9 

28. S 
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13.5 

1.0 
100.0 



1.0 

32.7 

61.5 
85.5 

99.0 

100.0 



ly The actiial r?.t6 for tlie one employee in thia ,;'roup '.7a.s 2.5 cents. 

SOUUCE: NHA nuectionnrire returns. National pLecovery Atoinistrrtion, 
Division of p.ecer.rch and Planning;. Preli :inrM'y report on the 
Pecan Sliellin-j Industry, Toreioared by J, A. Lucas, i.Iarch 12, 
1935. 



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TAJL3 555 

T0;3_.GCc iilustt: 



TO Hii USED TTITH CAUTION 



pi.'i osr? 01 HAiTD ST']i.:2":s ir ti^i: cigahjtt;j;, 
CHS i: c- T03iiG:o, sj;oxi:t- tob.-lGco ^\:d D.i^LS'^.s' 
2STA 3LIS £:;::: ?s ziCJi^ri^o 'm: v^mous h^ut:.y 

./AG":: J^kTlUS AS Oi^ iUOUT LAY 1954 









Che' liij^ 


Smoking 


Derlers' 


Hourl"'' Sp.rnir, 


SS 


Cigfrette 


To b '.ceo 


To "one CO 


Sstr"olish- 


(Cents) 




rectories 


7rctories 


factories 


mer.t=; £_/ 



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15, less than 17' 
17 r, less then 20 
20, less than 32'- 
22-\, less thr.n 25 
25, less thoii 2?'^ 
27 >, less than 30 
30, less than 32-^j 
32-\, less than 35 
35, less than 37 -^ 
37V, less than 40 
40, and more 

Total 



1 . 3 




- 


87.5 


2.S 


7.2 


0.7 


10.1 


4.7 


16.3 


2.2 


2.0 


8.6 


13.2 


5.1 


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15. G 


12.7 


6.S 


- 


23.0 


19.9 


11.9 


- 


1G.9 


11.0 


15.2 


- 


13.4 


7.4 


22.4 


- 


5.7 


4.3 


13.4 


- 


5, 5 


2.9 


10,5 


- 


1.9 


1.4 


4.7 


- 


1.5 


1.7 


7.2 


- 



100-0 



100.0 



100.0 



100.0 



IvTimber of Emid 
Steramers P.eDortsd 



2022 



418 



277 



535 



£./ As of their Pe;-"': PeriOL. 1953-1934 Sea; 

Source: U. S. De"oprt'Lient oP I.. Lior. 

i''ationol Hecover^' Acmi. istratio:: 

111 vision of "Research ri'd Flan:jing. 

'-'•'he Lerf Tobrcco Dealers, P.edr^'ers, Pe'C":e: 

Preoarod b^-- Donald P. Paceley, October G, 
on Indus try) 



19 34. 



Sbo-'srs Inc'ustr'/. 
(See Works Materials 



9760 



-721- 
TABLE 556 



CIGAEETTE MAl^IUFACTUEIIIG IHUUSTRY 
CLASSIFIED WEEKLY HOURS OE WOEZ FOR 

FACTORY WAGE EAHiERS, 
WEEK EEPHESENTATIVE OF JUIIE, 1933. 



Hours 






Factory 


7a^~e Earners 




Worked 






Cumulative 


Per Week 


Kale 


Female 


number 


Per cent 


Per cent 


20 hours or 


less 113 


154 


227 


2:4 


'2.4 


20.1-25 


75 


187 


262 


2.3 


4.7 


25.1-30 


109 


290 


399 


3.5 


'-8^2 


30.1-35 


, 288 


575 


863 


7.5 


115.7 


35.1-40 


825 


927 


1752 


15.4 


31.1 


40. 1-45 


1835 


1428 


3263 


28.7 


59.8 


45.1-50 


1743 


1432 


■,3175 ■ 


28.0 


87.8 


50.1-55 


726 


204 


930 


8.2 


96.0 


55. 1-50 


198 


10 


208 


1.9 


97.9 


50.1-65 


80 





80 


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98.6 


65.1-70 


71 





71 


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99.2 


70.1-75 


31 





31 


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99.5 


75.1-80 


22 


— 


22 


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99.7 


Over 80 


•35 


__„^ 


35 


.3 


100.0 


Total 


6151 


5217 


11368 


100.0 





Source: NRA questionnaire returns, 15 concerns reporting. Tabulation 
by the Bureau of the Census for tae rla.tional Recovery Administration 
Division of Research and Planning, Apr. 4, 1934. 



9819 



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0? F.;.CTC:-.Y UA::^!. LAK'LRS, 
V/::i.E la;PI.i.S'J"T^TIT:: of .JI^'I], 19S3. 



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Fr 


'Ctory Wa,.-;e 


Earners 


Earni-i^s 






Q-umulative 


Cents pti' 


• Hour 


Lnle 


Female 


i'-umbcr 


Per cent 


Per cent 


Unc.er 10 


cents 


11 


07 


98 


?9 


.9 


10-14,2 




L.9 


121 


180 


l.G 


2.5 


1^-19.9 




80 


242 


322 


2.8 


5. 5 


20-24. 9 


■ 


105 


1035 


1140 


10.0 


15.3 


2:^29.9 




741 


607 


1348 


11.9 


27.2 


50- c4. 9 




1 97 


1262 


2759 


2^\ 2 


LI.'.: 


35-?.9. 9 




1044 


1380 


2424 


21.3 


72.7 


40-44, 9 




1090 


454 


1544 


13.7 


86.4 


45-t9. 9 




480 


8 


488 


<:.3 


90.7 


50- 5-1- . 9 




2L6 


10 


266 


2.3 


93.0 


ij5-L9.9 




117 


3 


120 


1.0 


94.0 


t;0-69.9 




227 


5 


232 


2. 


96. >J 


70-79. 9 




28 J 


2 


291 


2.6 


98.6 


80 anc. ov 


CT _ 


15L 


1 


15P 


1.4 


100.0 


Total 


61bl 


: 217 


113;-8 


100.0 





Soui'ce: liF.A questionnriire return;;, 15 c,oncerns reporting,. Tabulr.tion 
by the Burea,u of the Census for ihe Hational Recovery Acidnistration 
Liiviuion of Research and Plsnnir^, Apr. 4, 1934. 



9318 



-724- 

T13LE 559 

CIGART-TTL i"AiTFACTmiirG I'/LUSTHY 
CLASSIFIli- wEE;LY „iLrii:G3 01 
0F7ICL ..LiPLOr^LS. 
V/Ll.K ZliPI^SLliTATITL 07 JIL'::, 1933 



Oi'iice Jilmployees 



Weei:!/ Ermines Cmiailative 

(dollars) rui.iber Prr cent For cent 

Under 5.0^^ 

5.00 to 5.09 

10.00 to 13. 9 

12. £0 to 14.99 

IL.OO to. iv.'^-g 

17. £0 to 19.99 

20.00 to 24.99 

2i;.00 to. 29.99 

30.00 to. 34.99 

35.00 £'.:":i over 

TotEl ;77 



17 


3.0 


3.0 


11 


1.9 


4.9 


.7 


9.9 


14.8 


72 


12. i; 


37.3 


101 


17. .5 


'M:.8 


93 


16.9 


1.7 


91 


15. G 


77. 


130 


22. i: 


100.0 



Source: T-lA q_i.Le'tionn"ire retiir; .p, 15 concern ; re^jortin.j-. Tabxilacio:". of 
the Bva-ef.'a of the Census for the li'atioupl Recovery Ac. lini'^-trrtion ..ivicir.n 
of Rececrc:'. end Plrnnin.;. Aprl. 4, 195'-. 



331S 



HOIJTS 

Worked 




20 ho-urr, or less 


20.1 


- 


25 


25.1 


- 


30 


30.1 


- 


35 


35.1 


- 


40 


40.1 


- 


45 


45.1 


- 


50 


50.1 


- 


55 


55.1 


- 


60 


60.1 


- 


55 


65.1 


- 


70 


70.1 


- 


75 


75.1 


- 


80 


Over 


an 



TjilLE 560 
Smoking Totacco liaiiufncturing Industry- 
Classified Weekly Hoirrs of Work for Factorj- Wage Earners 
Tor a Week Representative cf Jims, 1933. 



Factor;,'- ¥a<g:e Earners 

Cum-ulat ive 
I.ialn Fejralo Total Per Cent Per Cent 



54 


106 


160 


3.0 


3.0 


21 . 


91 


112 


2.1 


5.1 


136 


83 


219 


4.0 


9.1 


428 . 


601 


1029 


19,0 


28.1 


753 


765 


1518 


28.1 


56.2 


618 , 


550 


1168 


21.5 


77.7 


537 • 


337 


924 


17.1 


94.8 


153 


8 


161 


3.0 


97.8 


66 


- 


66 


1.2 


99,0 


26 


- 


26 


.5 


99.5 


6 • • 


- • 


6 


.1 


99.6 


9 


- 


■ 9 


.15 


99.75 


3 


- 


3 


.05 


99.8 


10 


>. 


10 


.2 


100.0 



Total 2820 2591 5411 100. T 



Source: 1T.II.A. quertionnr.ire retiirns, 12 establishments reporting, Ta.biilation 
1)7 the B-dreau of the Censiis for the national Hecovery Administration, 
Division of Research and Planning, April 23, 1934, 



9818 



-726- 

T.VBLE 561 
Sra:kin^ Tcoacco Linnufccturing Industry 
NiJiabsr 0^ .Tik-ctory "'!r;.-~e Sarners Eirrloyod in Estr-o"'. isLments 
■Jorlzinr; S:_iecifie<i Sliifts tmd S'lift-Hours 

• June 1929 • J-o no 1953 

Nuinber of lior.rs 1 3L:ift 1 .Siif t 2 Sliifts 

'.7crked '^^r shift i.iale genm le ilale Fij-iTg'le liale Fa.aale 

6 to 6.9 - - _„__ 

7 to 7.9 - _____ 

8 to 8.9 

9 to 9.9 

10 to 10.9 

Total 1846 1S43 15B9 973 1131 1623^ 

NoverniDer 1933 



143 


70 


1074 


601 


529 


80 


475 


1020 


615 


372 


602 


1548 


233 


253 


_ 


_ 


. - 


— 



NujTi'ber of koni-s 1 oL^ift 2 Sl.ifts 3. Sliifts 

Worked per shift Hals '^erv. a le liale Ferx.le Liale ^e^^^ale 

6 to 6.9 . 33 78 _ _ _ „ 

7 to 7.9 _ ^ 398 47 _ _ 

8 to 8.9 1481 1097 1037 1071 255 602 

9 to 9.9 >. - _____ 

10 to 10.9 _ „ _ _ _ _ 

Total . •■ 1513 1175 1435 1118 255 602 

EstablislV:ients rejcrtin,;: Juno 1929, 11; June 1933, 12; lloveinber 1933, 13. (: 

3o\irce: U.Pl.A. i-uestionnaire returns. Tabulation by tie llureou of the Census 
for tl\e llationa.l jfec-.very Atbninistrat^on, Division of l^esearcli ajad 
. Planning, Ajril 23, 193>i-. 



i 



9318 



"727- 
ia:ble 562 

Smoking Totacco Manufacturing Industry 
Classified Hourly Earnings of Factor;'' Wage Earners 
For 8. Week Eepresentative of June, 1933 



Factor:/ Wage Earners 
Hourl^r Earnings Cumulative 
Cents Per Hour l.ial e Eerncle Total Per Cent Per Cent 



Under 10 cents 
10 - 14.9 
15 - 19,9 . 
20 - 24.9 

if 

25 - 29.9 
30 - 34.9 
35 - 39.9 
40 - 44. S 
45 - 49.9 
50 - 54.9 
55 - 59.9 
60 - 69,9 
70 - 79.9 
80 and over 



- 


134 


154 


2.5 


2,5 


35 


90 


125 


2.3 


4.8 


168 


1230 


1398 


25.8 


30,6 


567 


375 


942 


17.4 


48,0 


891 


543 


1434 


26.5 


74.5 


356 


38 


394 


7.3 


81.8 


295 


82 


377 


7,0 


88.8 


182 


67 


249 


4.6 


93.4 


112 


29 


141 


2.6 


96.0 


58 


1 


59 


1.1 


97,1 


59 


2 


61 


1.1 


98,2 


50 


- 


50 


.9 


99.1 


47 


„ 


47 


.9 


100.0 



Total 2820 2591 5411 100.0 



Source: H.R.A, questionnaire returns, 12 establishments reporting. Tabxilation 
"by the Bureau of the Census for the national Recoverjr Administration, Division 
of Research and Planning, Anril 23, 1934, 



9818 



-723- 

TA3LE 563 
SUOKIF':) TOBACCO llAiraFACTURING liOUSTRY 
CLASSIFIED "EEKLY EASHII-IGS OF OF^.^ICE EMPLOYEES 
PAY PE'iiIOD ^JSERESEIITATIVE OF JU1>JE, 1933 



Weekly Earnings 

(dollars) 
Cents Por Hour 



Under 12. 50 

12.50 to 14.99 

15.00 to 17.49 

17.50 to 19.99 

20.00 to 24.99 

25.00 to 29.99 

30.00 to 34.99 

35 and over 



Office Emxiloyeeg 



iTiunber 



Per Cent 



Cumulative 
Per Cent 



Total 



3 


1.5 


1.5 


9 


4.5 


6.0 


27 


13.5 


19.5 


46 


23.0 


42.5 


28 


14.0 


56.5 


33 


16.5 


73.0 


54 


27.0 


100.0 


:00 


100.0 





Source: 'IRA questionnaire returns, 8 establishments "eporting. 
Tatiulation ty the Bureau of the Census for the 
lT"tional Recover'' Administration, Division of 
Research and Pl;->nninf';, Anril 23, 1934, 



9818 



-729- 

TA3LE 56U 
SWF? l.:Al«TrFACTUPJ;!G IIOTUSTRY 
CLASSIFIED ^.EEKLY HOURS 0?- .101^ FOR FACTORY ^'AGE EARlffiRS 
FOR A SEP'RESK'TATIVE ^iEEK OP JU:IE, 1933 











Fact 


ory ¥a/3;e Es 


rnefs 


Hours 












Cumulative 


V/orked 




Male 


Fem-.le 


Total 


Per Cent 


Per Cent 


20 hours or less 


10 


5 


15 


1.4 


1,4 


20.1 - 


25 


7 


2 


9 


.8 


"2,2 


25.1 - 


30 


32 


9 


41 


3.8 


'6.0 


30.1 - 


35 '•■ 


5 


35 


40 


3.8 


• 9.8 


35.1 - 


40 


91 


55 


156 


14.7 


24.5 


40.1 - 


45 


224 


247 


471 


44.3 


68,8 ' 


45.1 - 


50 


102 


23 


125 


11.7 


80.5 


50.1 - 


55 


132 


3' 


135 


12.7 


93.2 


55.1 - 


60 


46 




46 


4,3 . 


97.5 


PO.l - 


65 


3 


- 


3 


,3 


97.8 


55.1 - 


70 


7 


- 


7 


.7 


98.5 


70,1 - 


75 


5 


- 


5 


.5 


99.0 


75.1 - 


80 


2 


- 


2 


.2 


99.2 


Over 80 


8 


- 


8 


.8 


100.0 




Total 


674 


389 


1063 


100,0 





Source: ivlRA ouestionnaire returns, 6 establishments reporting. 
Tabulation by the Bureau oi the Census for the 
National Recovery Administration, Division of 
Research and Planning, Anril, 1934. 



9818 



-730" 

T.43LE 565 ■ 

SIJIIPF l;iA^tU?ACTimi!TG IimUSTRY 

!JU1;IBER OF FACTORY '.-AG-E EAKIEHS EI.iPLOYED HI ESTA3LlSHI'tgHTS 
./ORKIi-G- SPECIFIED SHIFT HOURS 



IJ-amter of Hours 
TTorked Per Shift 



Number of Factory Wagn Earners 
June 1929 June 1933 November 1933 



7 - 7.9 

8 - '8.9 

9 - 9.9 
!"> - ir^.d 
11 - 11.9 
Total' 



29 

2^9 

836 

52 

56 

1182 



7 

221 

743 

92 

1063 



40 
1169 



1108 



Source: NRA questionnaire returns, 6 concerns reporting. 
Tabulation by the Bureau of the Census for the 
National Recovery Adainistrrtion Division of Research 
and Planning, AiDril, 1934. 



9818 



-731" 

"TASLE 566 

SmjfF H;JLMJFACTU~RIKa INDUSTRY 

CLASS I?I3D HOIRLY EAHrllNGS OF 7ACT0RY ',;AC-E EARIlERS 

FO?u A RSP?JEi:^KTATIVE "JEEK OF JUlffi, 1933 



Hourly Earnings 






Fac 


tory Wa^e 


Errners 














Ctimulative 


Cents 


Per Hour 


ilp.le 


Teinale 


Total 


Per Cent 


Per Cent 


Under 


15 cents 


- 


- 


- 


• - 


• 


15 - 


19.9 


- 


2 


2 


• .2 


■■> ■ .2 


20 - 


24.9 


15 


- 


13 


i.2 


■ 1.4 


25 - 


29.9 


47 


16 


63 


5.9 


■ 7.3 


30 - 


34.9 


70 


101 


171 


16.1 


■ ♦23.4 


35 - 


39.9 


49 


114 


163 


15.3 


'38.7 


40 - 


44.9 


122 


73 


195 


18.4 


•57.1 


45 - 


49.9 


87 


47 


134 


12.6 


•69.7 


50 - 


54.9 


62 


25 


87 


8.2 


77.9 


55 - 


59.9 . .. 


82 


6 


88 


8.3 


86.2 


60 - 


69.9 


53 


•3 


56 


C -7 


: 91.5 


70 - 


79.9 


45 


2 


47 


4.4 


95.9 


80 and over 


44 


- 


44 


4.1 


100.0 




Total 


674 


389 


1063 


100.0 





Source: WRA questionnaire returns, 6 establishments reporting. 
Tajulr,tion ty the bureau of the Census for the 
National Recovery Administration Division of Research 
and Plaining, A'Dril,1934. 



9818 



-732- 

TABLE 5gy 
SiTJFI^ rlAmifACT-URIilG IIOUSTRY 
CL^'iSSIFIED -./EEKLY EASillTTC-S OF 0I<'7IC3 S' PLOYESS 
70R A REERSSEHTATIVE ■;"E3E OF JUIIE, 1933 



'i/eekly Earnings 
(dollars) 



Number 



10. 00 


- 12.49 


12.5© 


- 14, 99 


15.00 


- 17,49 


17.50 


- 19,.99 


20.00 


- 24.99 


25.00 


- 29.99 


30,00 


- 34, 99 


35,00 


- and- over 




■ Total 



3 

3 

2 

7 

10 

27 

54 



Source: NEA auestionnaire returns, 5 establishments reporting. 
Tabulation ^oy the Bureau of the Census for the 
National Recovery Administration Division of 
Research pjid Planning, Aioril, 1934. 



9818 



-733- 

TAILE 56g 
G i:wi:"G 203ACC0 LiAinjFAC^TRIUG i:"I;USTHY 

CLASGiFim l:-li:ly iiouhs o? t,"ohiv 

i'Ori FACTOItY './AGl. EAEIL-ES. 
h;.PHLSi2TvA!riVI: OP 'iCl.K QP JU:"L,1933 









?i 


^ctory V/ai£;e L; 


srners 


IJourS 






G\i2:i-ulative 


V.'orked 


i.irle 


Penal e 


Total 


Per Cent 


Per cent 


,0 lioiM s or 


less 1-^1 


5b 


17 ■ 


3.5 


3. 5 


:0,.l - ^ 


193 


62 


260 


C.2 


8.7 


25.1 - 50 


r/-.2 


304 


', .^6 


1' . 5 


23.2 


SO. 1 - r- 


S30 


6.13 


1, 53 


50.9 


54.1 


35. 1,-0 


596 


651 


1247 


24.8 


73.9 


•^ 0. 1 - 


'12 


2-6 


658 


13.1 


91. C 


'i5. 1 - CO 


203 


75 


273 


5.5 


96.5 


-0.1 - .: 


L8 


— 


58 


1.2 


?7.7 


. L.l - so 


13 


~ 


13 




93.0 


60. 1 ~ 3Zt 


.?2 


~ 


22 


.4 


98.4 


G5. 1- 70 


4 


— 


4 


.07 


93. '-7 


70. 1 -73 


17 


— 


17 






7ij.l - CO 


4 


— 


4- 


.07 




Over 30 


8 


__ 


8 


.1 




Tot"l 


2928 


096 


..024 


ICO.O 





oource: "JKA ra-.estionnsire returns, 11 concerns rejortinrj;. Tabulatio:: 'by 
the Biirenu. of the Census for the ITational Hecovery Ac jninistration DiviTion 
01 Heserrch rnd Plarinin,];, hsy 3, 1954. 



9818 



TABLi. 569 



CIEWIITG TO.jAGCO II'jjUStRY 
CLAS^IrlEL DAILY IICU.7.3 OP 
FACTO- .: LliPLOYMS 3Y LSX 
JUIIZ 19.39 end JU::- rmL IIOVBiiSl 1933. 



Hours June 1929 J\me 1935 Fovembcr 1933 

jer Ley kale Fa.irle _ Lifle Female Male Feii^Ie 

7-V.9 — — '-125 393 ':31 3c 3 

8-8.9 502 L33 V';.2 341 3374 173? 

9-9, 9 • 2390 1G67 1623 11^4 — — 

Totrl 3213 25l4 2790 ,,070 .■303 209.; 



Sotvrce- ITRA. rate stionnr ire returns, 10 concern:; rt )ortin.;;. Tf-'oul-' tion 
by the Surerxi of the Cenniis for the Tr tional Hecovcr; A( ministr- tion 
Division of HeGearch rnd Plannin:> i.ia.y 3, 1934. 



9818 



-735- 



[•ABLE 



570 



CiH.WIi-G TGJACCO LiAirUFACTUI-iirG IiriJUSTHY 
CLAS-IZILI) KOlliLY ::jffiHIlGS OF 

ii"..PELoZj:tA^r:vL t^/liz of juiu., 1933 



L'our; 


ly 

in ic 






-^-,, 


'ctor.y t/r^e i 


,arners 


x.arn: 






Ctu.iula.tive 


Ctjjt 


■i Per Vlr.-ir 


.."rle 


Fcmrle 


I'ur^.ber 


Per Cent 


Per Ce^it 


Unaer 1 "' c.-.ts 


— 


— • 








10 - 


14, 9 


1 


24 


25 


.5 


.5 


lb - 


15. S 


lo9 


312 


-':81 


9.5 


10.0 


30 - 


-.4. 9 


.:ii 


211 


522 


10.4 


20.4 


2u - 


29.9 


-'.:0V 


448 


8i:£ 


17.0 


37.4 


30 - 


34.9 


475 


.,77 


10',2 


.iO. 9 


58. 3 


35 - 


^9.9 


405 


18b 


593 


11.8 


70.1 


40 - 


^-4.9 


297 


131 


42C 


8, u 


78.6 


-5 - 


49.9 


214 


IdO 


3C4 


7.3 


85. 9 


50 - 


54.9 


■■'38 


2e 


• 2G6 


t-. 3 


91.2 


5b - 


c9. 9 


130 


12 


14.: 


2.C 


9--.0 


cO - 


59.9 


196 


IZ 


211 


4.2 


93.2 


60 - 


79.9 


36 


— 


,■36 


• 


98, C 


80 ai 


-iC. over 
bal 


09 





59 

[0.24 


1.2 
100. 


100,0 


To- 


..92C 


3096 










» 









Source: '. IIA ruestionnpire returns, 11 concerns re^iortin,-^: Trbul?^,tion by 
the Btirecv. of the Ceusu:; for the I'ational Plecovery Aoininistrr tion Division 
of Hoscarc'i and Planiiin,;;, i.ipy 3, 1934. 



9318 






CTu:.\/IlI(> TO:?.ACCO LAmJIACriRUV. IiaUSTRY 

clas3i?i::l ;eikly lahitiugs of 

JlLPHLSZlxA^lV:. 'IlJLK 0? JUITH, 1935 



Oliice Liniloyees 



V/eekly l.ar:.i.i^'s C-unalp.tive 

(collars) i'-Ui.iber Per Cent Per cent 



10.00 - 12. i& 1 .P .6 

12. bO - I-'. 39 1 ,6 1.2 

lb. 00 - 17. 49 10 5. 7 G. 9 

17.50 - 13.99 30 

20.00 - 24.99 ■ 42 

25.00 - 39.39 .c'9 

50.00 - S'i.39 ■ 2ij 

35.00 - or.c". over _47 

Tot.ii ■ 1?;: 100.0 



Sotirce: '.TA qiiestionnrirc r:t...'.rnR, 9 concerns rejortin ■•. Tfbxil^tion by 
the Jarecu of t'iie Census for the ''ational Recoverj Auninistreti 'm '-ivinion 
of Hesearcl: and Planning, liry. 5, 193'i. 



11.- 


18.5 


24.0 


42. 3 


16. 5 


C3.8 


1-'.. 3 


73.1 


26.9 


100. 



0818 



-737- 



TABLE 572 

??.0GES3 CHEESE INDUSTHY 

Average Houi-s Torked Per Week 'by 7a.ctoT-j 
leer. Inclining June I5, 1933 



iroloyees 



r.le 



Tenale 



■ber 

_.' ' / Eiioloy- 

H^ I- VVg^K ees 



/\\y e "-(jfi c 



u'eifjhted 
Average 
Iloiir s 
"..'orhed 
Per T.'eek 
•Per ZZm- 
"oloyee 



Per 
Cent 
of. 

Total 
Employ- 
ees 



Uei^hted 

Averr^e Per 

Fa:-— Hours Cent 

ber 'Jorkod of 

of Per '.reek Total 

E'.roloy-Per Em- Enplcy- 

ees 'oloyee ees 



15 - 19.9 
20 - 2U.9 
25 - 29.9 
30 - 3^.3 

35 - 39.9 
liO— UU.9 
U5 - 1+9.9 
50 - 5U.Q 
55 - 59.9 

60 — over 
Total 



9 


22.6 


23 


29.5 


IIG 


51*9 


269 


35.9 


23s 


hi,.k 


S3 


Us.i 


13 


53.0 


112 


56.3 


IS 


70. U 


S93 





1.0 

2.6 

13.2 
30.0 
26.7 
10. u 

1.5 
12.5 

2.1 
100.0 



21 

157 

S9 
59 
3S 



15.5 
22.7 
27.2 

31.7 
3S.0. 



5.8 

^3.1 

2U.5 
16.2 

10. U 



3 64 



100.0 



SOURCE: Reports to Division of Research and Planr.in;^- from 26 establish- 
ments eiiplo^/'ini^; 7S per cent of the entir.r.ted total number of 
factorj'' \7r.je ec.rners. National Recovery Adi.iinistration, 
Division of Recea.rch and Planning. The Process Cheese Industry 

. ^ pre_pared '.rj C. L. Christenson, July 6, 193^l-« 



9760 



-732" 

TA3LS 573 

PROCESS C:ffiESE INDUSTRY 

Average factor" Ucges for Female TTorkers in Process and 
Speciolty Cheese Plants Juno, 1933 Pourteen 
Pstablislirients Reporting Lowest P.ates 

Location of Plant Aver.i|g:e Ko^i.rly UaA-es 

Dennison, Texas 13,5 

Chicago, Illinois 20. S 

Atlanta, Georgia 21. S 

Preeport, Illinois 21.9 

Lowville, N. Y. 22.5 

Green Bay, TJisconsin 22.6 

East Smithfield, Pa, 22,7 

Lima, Ohio 22.9 
Pocotella, Idaho ' 23.0 

Plymouth, '.Tisconsin, Pl.uit =„= 1 ■ 23.0 

Plymouth, Wisconsin, Pl,-:it v 2 23,2 

Beaver Dam, Wisconsin . 23,9 

Preble, Ti'isconsin 25.9 

New Holland, Pennsylvr.nia 26. S 



SOURCE: KRA questionnaire returns, number of estp.blislii.ients reporting 
not given, ilational Recovery Administrrtion, division of 
Research and Planning. The Process Cheese Industry, prepared 
by C. L. Cliristenson, July 6, 193^. 



9760 



-739- 

TABLE 57^ 

FSOCESS CHEESE IIOUST?:.: 

Cls.ssified "iTeekly Earnings of Factory En"j)].oyees 
June, 1933 



Weekly 
Earnings 
Of Less 


Male 


Per Gent 
of Total 


Ferial e 


Per Cent 
of Total 


$5.00 


20 


2*1 


33 


8.9 


5 - 9.99 


kS 


5.1 


1I16 


39.5 


10 - ik.33 


157 


17.3' 


1U6 


39.5 ■ 


15 - 19.99 


267 


29.U- 


3S 


10.3 • 


20 ~ 2I4.99 ■ 


is6 


20.5- 


7 


l.g 


25 - 29.99 


95 


10.5- 






30 - 3^.99 


9S 


10. S' 






35 - 39-99 


23 


2.5' 






k - over 


16 


l.g- 






Total 


90s 


100. 0" 


370 


100.0 



SOUHCE: Reports to ~!ivici on of Research and Plr-:inin£,- from 3O esta'clish- 
ments emplojanc 79 per cent of the uor^iing force. National 
Recovery AcLMinistration, Division of Reccarch o.nd Planning, 



9760 



-7^0- 



TA3LS 575 

PROCESS CHEESE INDUSTEY 

Clt-^-ssifiecL VJeekly Earnings of Office Er:ployees, 

■ 1933 



Weekly. 
Earnings 
Of Less 

Than 



$5.00 

5 - 9.99 
10 - 1U.9S 

15 - 19.99 
20 - 2U.99 

25 - 29.99 
30 - 3^.9^ 

35 - 39.93 
ho over 
Total 



Uc-le 



1 
1 



6 



Ik 



6 



^!S 



Per Cent 
of Total 



2.0 

2.0 
12.2 
I6.I4 
2S.6 
16. U 
12.2 
10.2 
100.0 



?e::ale 



Per Cent 
of Total 



s 




37 


S.1+ 


31 


32.9 


13 


32.6 


3 


13.7 


3 


J '2 




3.2 



95 



100.0 



SOURCE: MA questioiinrire returns, number of cctaijlishnents re^Dorting 
not given, :.'c".tio:aal Hecovery Administr -.tion, Division of 
Research rjid Plr'jiiiing. The Process C>*eese Industry, prepared 
by C. L. Christenson, July 6, 193'+« 



9760 



_7Ul- 

TA3LE 576 
LIWSTOCK "AEirSTIFG ATSNCY INDUSTRY 



TOTAL ira'BEE OF FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES, TOTAL HOURS WORKED, AND 
TOTAL EARNDiaS FOR THE PAYROLL 'TEEKS OF JUNE 15, ly29, 
JUNE 15, 19?? AND ^'AY 15, 1934 
(To be Used vfith Caution) 



Occupation 








Payroll week 


i^hich inc 


luded June 15, 


1929 




Number 






Average 










• of 


i to 


Ave rage 


Weekly 










Emoloyees 


Total 


Hours 


Earnings 


Total 








1,554 


100.0 






Yardmen (rail 


and 


truck) 


42? 


27.2 


45.5 


$32.00 


Jackpot men 








17 


1.1 


49.0 


32.24 


Apprentices 








- 


- 


- 


- 


Salesmen 








594 


38.2 


49.4 


51.39 


Bookkeepers 








127 


8.2 


45.2 


41.86 


Male 








98 




47.5 


45.82 


Female 








29 




41.3 


28.48 


Stenographers. 








90 


5.8 


46.4 


28.18 


Male 








8 




50.9 


39.25 


Female 








• • 82 




45.9 


27.11 


Clerks 








• ■ 132 


8.5 


43.2 


34.22 


Male 








7? 




49.2 


39.13 


Female 








59 




46.9 


28.14 


Office Boys or 


Me 


ssengers 


4 


.3 


15.8 


6.75 


Mana2;ers 






- ..-liU 


75 


4.8 


44.8 


87.91 


Department Manage 


rs 




92 


5.9 


49.7 


55.10 


(shee'p, hog. 


ca 


ttle. 


etc. 


) 








Occupation 








Payroll week 


""hich inc 


luded June 15, 


1933 




"NviHtiev 






Average 










of 


fo tc 


Average 


Weekly 










Eijfiployees 


Total 


Hours 


Earnings 


Total 








1,874 


100.0 






Yardmen (rail 


and 


truck) 


509 


27.2 


44.7 


$34.74 


Jackpot men 








10 


.5 


40.9 


28.50 


Apprentices 








1 


- 


52.0 


12.00 


Sale sraen 








732 


?9.1 


46.9 


45.98 


Bookkeppers 








170 


9.1 


43.0 


31.34 


Male 








115 




48.8 


35.55 


Female 








54 




39.3 


22.07 


Stenographers 








115 


6.1 


43.3 


20.70 


Male 








18 




42.5 


23.11 


Female 








97 




43.5 


20.26 


Clerks 








158 


9.0 


47.6 


25.49 


Male 








98 




48.5 


29.07 


Female 








70 




45.4 


20.49 


Office Boys or Me 


ssengers 


6 


.3 


liJ.2 


5.17 


Managers 








66 


3.5 


47.8 


55.74 


Department Manage 


rs 




97 


5.2 


49.3 


50.97 


(sheep, hog, 


ca 


ttle 


etc 


.) 









q^l: 



-7^2- . 

(To be Used with Caution) 



Paj^e 2. 





Payroll week 


'"hich included May 15, 


1934. 


Occupation 


Number 






Average 




of 


fo to 


Average, 


Weekly 




Er^uloyees 


Total 


Hours 


Earnings 


Total 


2,111 


100.0 






Yardmen (rail and truck) 


587 


27.8 


42.1 


$25.12 


Jackpot men 


9 


.5 


. G5,8 


23.44 


Apprentices 


1 




32.0 


15.00 


Salesmen 


791 


37.5 


45.4 


45.03 


Bookkeepers 


187 


8.8 


42.3 


30.50 


Male 


189 




44.1 


33.95 


■Pemale 


58 




33.3 


22.83 


Stenographers 


134 


6.3 


41.3 


20.75 


Male • 


19 




43.8 


23.90 


Female 


115 




40.9 


20.24 


Clerks 


211 


10.0 


44.2 


28.61 


Wale ■ 


123 




45.2 


29.67 


Female 


88 




42.9 


22.33 


Office "Boys or Messengers 


8 


.4 


2'^. 4 


8.00 


Managers 


71 


3.4 


46.2 


65.09 


Departtnent Managers 


112 


5.3 


47.5 


49.57 


(sheep, hog, cattle, etc.) 











S1UECE: NRA questionnaire returns from 341 establishments reporting. 

National Recovery Administration, Research and Planning Division, 
Livestock f'arketing Agency Industry, prepared by J. A. Lucas, 
August 21, 1934. 



931S 



T~l]2~ 577 
Liv:: STOCK OEirjT agency industry 

CIASSI?IJD VnrilLY HOUP.S 0? FULL TIKJ AITD PART TIIvC 
J'TLOY.r^S Ii; 1929 AFD 1933 







(To be Used vath Caution) 








FULL TILC EMPLOYE ']S 




All Eraployees Yardmen Salesmen Office Employees 


Hours : 
lYorked : 


:Teek of: 

Juno 15: 

1929 : 


Jeek of -."eel' of ::;eek of:Vlk.of :TiTi:.of : 
June 15: Juno 15 :June 15: June 15: Juno 15: 
1933 : 1929 : 1933 :1929 :1933 : 


■Teok of :Week of: 

June 15: June 15: 

1929 : 1933 




Under 22 hours: 
22 - SO : 
30.1 - S5 : 
35.1-40 : 

40.1-45 = 
)45-.l - 50 = 
50.1 - 55 = 
55.1 - 60 '• 
60.1 - 65 : 
65.1 - 70 
Over 70 : 

Total 


• 104 : 

24 

14 
. 188 

158 
518 
■ 225 
218 
■ 40 

26 

39 

1,554 


139 ;• 40 :■ 51 : 29 : 43 : 

55 :• 5 :■ 19 : 6 : 19 

•■17 :^ • 5 : 2:5:7 

306 : 52 : 82 : 61 : 102 

246 :■ '35 : 58 : 63 : 103 

575 : 127 : 149 : 191 : 225 

261 :' 8,1 ^ 85 : , 88 : 107 

188 : .51 : 39 : 105 : 94 ' 

24 i '12 :' 4 : 24 : 11 

20 :' 11 : 6:4:6 

,,43 :■ .4 i\ 14 : 18 : 15 

1,874 : 423 j 509 '. 594 \ 732 


■ '34 : 44 

12 ' i 16 

4 i 
74 : 117 

■ 55 : 85 
199 : * 201 

: 56 , : . '' 67 
54 , : ■ 53 
! 4 i 9 
: 11 : «; 
• 1'^ , • 14 

= 520 ' 622 


: 






: : : : I 










• ; FART TIME EMPLOYEES 




10 and less 
10.1 - 15 
15.1 - 20 
20.1 - .21.9 
22 - 25 

L 25.1 --.S* 

' Over 30 

Total 


15 

22 

• 8 

. 7 

1 

9 

,■ 3 

65 


: 54 : 18 : 27 : . 5 
: 8 :. 5 ; 4 : ! 1 
: 14 : 3 I 6 : . 1 
: 1 : - : 1 : , - 
I. 12 : 1 ,: 6 : ,3 
1.7: 3 : 3:1 
1 ' 17 ^; 4 : 10 : - 

1 :. :. : 

113 : 34. : 57 :. 11 


7 

4 

-.3 
,1 
, 1 

16 


4 : 18 
: .5 :' 4 
. '2 : 4 

: 1 : 3 
1 .: 3 

•4:5 

17 ■ : 37 





Source: NRA questijnnaire returns from 341 establishments. 
-. ,.., Tabulation by the Bureau of the Census for the 
National Rer.qvcry Administration, Division of 
Research and Planning, May 24, 1934. 



321? 



-7UU- 

TABLE 57^ 
LIVE STOCK laRKET AGENCY INDUSTRY 



CLASSIFIED Y:EEKLY EARNINGS OF FULL Tllffi ANT) PART TIME EMPLOYEES 

IN 1929 Airo 1933. 

(To be Used '-'dth Caution) 



Weekly 
Earnings 
(Cellars) 



Under 


10.03 


ZZ 


10.03 


to 14.99 


20 


15,00 


to 17.49 


22 


17.50 


to 19o99 


24 


20.00 


to 24.99 


103 


25.00 


to 29.99 


170 


SO. 00 


to 39.99 


347 


4Q 00 


to 49,99 


27C 


50. OC 


to 59.99 


205 


60,00 


ard over 


?G3 



Petal 



FULL TIME EMPLOYEES 



All Employees 



fardmen 



Yieok of jll'ieek of 
June 15 J '.June 15, 
1929 J 1933 



1,554 



57 
78 
138 
97 
219 
2B4 
392 
196 
181 
232 

1,C74 



Vfeek of 
June 15, 

1929 



22 

10 

8 

11 

34 

72 

157 

£4 

IB 

7 

423 



Vfeek "'f 
Juno 15, 
1933 



34 

24 

65 

38 

87 

104 

115 

25 

11 

6 

505 



Vfcok "5f 
June 15 
1929 



2 
2 

1 

17 
27 

Gl 
113 
116 
235 

594 



smen ! 


■..ffioe Enipl 


oyees 


I'i'eek of- 


"..e.ik of , 


V;eek *f 


June 15 J 


June 15 


J 


une 15, 


1933 


1929 




1933 


3 


5 


, 


19 


16 


6 




37 


13 


13 




60 


17 


13 




42 


49 


50 




82 


82 


68 




96 


162 


101 




110 ' 


118 


71 




62 


111 


70 


, 


59 


161 


121 




65 


732 


520 


! 


S22 



PART-T IME- E-VF P L Y E E S 



Under 5 .00 


; 

! 15 


35 


S 


17 


2 


3 


6 


13 


5,Q0 t» 9. CO 


: 22 


28 


17 


17 


2 


4 


2 


7 


10.00 te 14.99 


! 6 


28 


3 


15 


1 


2 


4 


11 


15 .CC to 17 .9S 


! 7 


5 


3 


3 


2 


- 


2 


2 


17,50 to 19.99 


! 1 


5 


1 


4 


- 


- 


- 


1 


20.00 to 29.99 


! 9 


■ 11 


3 


1 


3 


6 


2 


3 


30. •SO anc over 


t 3! 


1 . 


1 


- 


1 


1 


1 


:. (( 


Total 


! 65 


113 . 


34 


57 


11 


16 


17 


37 



Sounei TfilA questionnaire returns from 341- establishments 
Tabulation by the Bureau-'ef the Census for the 
National F.erievery Adnini strati on Division '«f 
Research and Planning, May 24, 1934. 



9312 



-7U5- • 

TABLE 579 

^ Leaf'^TSbdftco Dealers, Hedriers, Repr.ckefs and Storers" Industry 

CLASSIPIEL WEEKLY HOUSS OP I70RK: FOR 
TrAEEHCUS2 EITLOYEES ' 

¥eek Representative of the Pealc Period, 1932-1933 Season 



Warehouse EmT^loyees 



Hours 
Worked 



Nvunber 



30 or less 1625 

JO.l - 35 367 

35.1 - 40 1155 

40.1 - 45 965 

45.1 - 50 2247 

5n.l - 55 1829 

55.1 - 61 .' 2851 

60.1-65 576 

65.1 - 70 344 

70.1 - 80 942 

80.1 or more 92 

Total 13^094 





Cumulative 


Per Cent 


Per Cent 


12.4 


12.4 


2.8 


15.2 


8.8 


24.0 


7.4 


31.4 


17.1 


48.5 


14.0 


62.5 


21.8 


84.3 


5.2 


89.5 


2.6 


92.1 


7.2 


99.3 


.7 


100.0 



100.0 



Source: N. R. A. questionnaire returns, 107 concerns reporting. Tabulated by 
the Bureau of the Census for the National Recovery Administration, 
Division of i^esearch and Planning, March 13, 1934. 



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TABLS 531 
LSAJ TOBACCO DEALERS, REDRIERS, 3EPACKEHS AIID STOEEflS: lUD. 
CL/iSSIFISD WEEiCLY EAEl'TILIGS OF WAREHOUSE Bf.iPLOYEES 
WEEK REPRESSilTATIOH OE PEAK PERIOD 1932-1933 SEASON 



Weekly Earnings V/orehouse Enroloyees 

(doll-rs) 

l- Iumber 

N 

Under $ 3.00 2414 

$3.00 to $5.99 4170 

$6.00 to $8.99 3052 

$9.00 to $11.99 1831 

$12.00 to $14.99 900 

$15.00 to $19.99 502 

$20.00 to $24.93 116 

$25.00 to $29.99 44 

$30.00 to $34.99 25 

$35.00 or moro 40 



Total . 13,094 100.0 



Source: II. R. A. questionn- iro returns, 107 conc:jms reporting. T--^.'bui-^.tod 
■fay the Eure-^.u of tlii Census for t}ie llation-^.l Reco¥ory Administra- 
tion, Division of Resj-.rcn -nd Planning, Ifcrch 13, 1934. 





CuTiTulative 


Per Cent 


Per Cent .... 


18.4 


18.4 


31.9 


50.3 


23,3 


73.6 


14.0 


37.6 


6.9 


94.5 


3.8 


^ 98.3 


.9 


99.2 


.3 


. 99.5 


.2 


99.7 


..3 


. 100.0 



: TAELE 582 

LEAF TOBACCO DEALERS, REDHIEHS , REPACKSRS Al-ID STORSRS INDUSTRY. 

Cl;issified Weekly Sfirnings of Office Employees. 
Week Representati-ve of the Peak Period, 1932-1933 Season. 



Weekly Earnings Office Enmloyees ;_ 

(Dollars) ; Cumulative 
\ Nwaber Per Cent Per Cent 

Under $3.00 _ _ _ _ ' ' 

$3.00 to $5.9-9 ■ 

$6.00 - 38.99 

$9.00 - 11.99 

$12.00 - 14. 99' 

$15.00 - 19.99- 

$20.00 - 24.99 

$25.00 - 29.99 

$30.00 ~ 34.99 

$35.00 or more 

Total 



Source: II. R. A. Questionnaire returns, 107 concerns reporting, 
Tabulated by the Bureau of the Census for the National 
Recovery Mministration, Division of Research and Planning 
March 13, 1934, 



1 


.5 


.5 


1 


.5 


1.0 


2 


1.0 


2;o 


8 


4.1 


6.1 


28 


14.4 


20.5 


24 


12.4 


32.9 


29 


15.0 


47.9 


28 


14.4 


62.3 


73 


37 -.7 


100.0 


194 


100.0 





3818 



TA5LE 533 
Aver;v:,-e 'Tec':!;'' Hour;; - Plant anl Office Ev.rolo:/ees 



vinegar 
\nvi:"r.cturers 



icpr 



153 2 



1933 



1325 



Vine;;ar 
P.e-Qg.ckers 

1332 



1933 



Plant 














North 












• 


Male 


53 


• 55 


50 


U? 


U7 


^3' 


Female 


■ 35 


•5U 


35 


1| r- 
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29 


31' 


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• 59 


■55 


U? 


50 


U3 


\z ' 


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■US 


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51 


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uu- 


Ui 


Female 


U6 


•i:-s 


U3 ■ 


U5 


- 


- 



S0tJi.1CE: Q;uestion.-'.;-,irea fron the industr:/-: '/incgar llanuf acturers , 7^ 

inenticrl northern of r/hich 29 failei to report office employ- 
ees; 13 i'-".enticc.l southern of which 3 reported no office em- 
ployees. Ilepr,cl:ers - 21 identical northern of which 9 reported 
no office e-'plo"ees and 10 identical southern of which 6 did 
not report office employees. National Pucc^very Administration, 
Division of r.ecearch and Planning. The Vine^i.-ar Industry, pre- 
pared 0- J. A. Liicas, May I5, 19'^U. 

9760 



TO rz USED ':ITH CAUTTCN 

TABL3 5gU(a) 

Vi egc.r Inc'ustry - I.'A;\ufactures, ilorthern Zone 

Classified Y/eel:ly Hours of V/ork for factory 

?/age Sarners, 
Week Repi-esentative of 1933 Peak Period 



Hours 
Worked 



.ialG Penal 3 



Pr.ctoi'y V/ai!.;e Earners ^ 

Total Per Cent Cumulative 

Per Cent 



20 hours or l3ss_71 13 

20.1 - 25 15. 3 

25.1 - 30 63 7 

30.1 - 35 20 19 

35.1 - 40 35 39 

40.1 - 45 158 3 

45.1 - 50 168 36 

50.1 - 55 _171 16 

55.1 - 60 _266 4 

50.1 " 65 141 

65.1 - 70 107 

70.1 - 75 74 

75.1 - 80 _93 

Over 80 108 



G9 

20 

70 

39 

74 

161 

204 

187 

270 

141 

107 

74 

93 

108 



5.4 

1.2 

4.3 

2.4 

4.5 

9.8 

12.5 

11.4 

16.5 

8.6 

■ 6.6 

4.5 

5.7 

6.6 



5.4 
6.6 
10.9 
13.3 
17.8 
27.6 
40.1 
51.5 
68.0 
75.5 
83.2 
87.7 
93.4 
100.0 



Total 1,490 147 



1,657 



100.0 



Source: W3A luestionnaire returns, 85 concerns -reporting. 

Tabulation by the Bureau of the Census for the lIationr;l 
Recovery Administration Division of Research and Planning, 
Marca 17, 1934. 



9318 



-751- -PC T2 riSZD ""ITI! CAUTICN 
I'ABLE 53U(b) 
VIHEGAR IIjDUSTRY - il(ilTUiY..CTUiCP.S, S0UTH2]EtI ZOITE 

f 

CLASSIFIED ITESliaY HOUES OF IJORK FCH FACTORY WAGS EAlIHEP.S 
WEEK EEPRCGElJ-rATIVE OF TZIiK PE-IOL ].932 





.y Hours 
; Worked 




IJalG 




FACTOR-j 


: W^GE EARHEHS 


Week! 
Hourc 


Female 


Total 


Per Cent 


CiTiiTul.^tive 
Per Cent 


20 hours or les 


;s 


35 


7 


' 42 


13.3 


13.3 


20.1 


- 25 




8 ■ 


- 


8 


2.5 


15.8 


25.1 


- 30 




3 


5 


8 


2.5 


18.3 


30.1 


- 35 




13 


" 


13 


4,1 


22.4 


35.1 


- 40 




8 


- 


8 


2.5 


■ 24,9 


40.1 


- 45 




14 


~ 


14 


4.4 


29-. 3 


45.1 


- 50 




39 


10 


49 


15.5 


■44i8 


50.1 


- 55 




23 


5 


23 


8,8 


53,6 


55.1 


- 60 




93 


7 


105 


33.1 


86.7 


60.1 


- 65 




14 


- 


14 


4.4 


91.1 


65.1 


- 70 




14 


- 


14 


4.4 


95,5 


70.1 


- 75 




7 


- 


7 


2,2 


97,7 


75.1 


- 80 




4 


- 


4 


1.3 


99.0 


Over 


80 




3 


- 


3 


1.0 


100.0 






Total 


283 


34 


317 







Source: H.E.A. questionnaire returns, 22 to 24 concerns reporting. Tabula^ 
tion "by the Bureau of the Census for the National Recovery Adminis- 
tration, Division of Research r.nd Plouning, March 19, 1934. 



9818 



-752-TO BE USriD "fllE CAUTION 
TABLE 535(a) 

Vinegar Industry - R-jpackers, . • . 

llorthom Zone 
Classified VJeakly Hours of Work for ' 

',7age Earners, 

V/eek Eepresentative of Peak Pej^-iod 
1932 





3 








V/a^e 


Earners 


Houri 






Cumulative 


Worked 


Male 


Female 


Tstal 


Per Cnnt 


Per Cent 


20 hours or 


:. 24 


42 


66 


21.1 


21.1 


less 














20.1 


- 25 _ 


- 


11 


11 


3.5 


24.6 


25.1 


- 30 _ 


__ 3 


12 


15 


4.8 


29.4 


30.1 


- 35 __ 


5 


10 


15 


4.8 


34.2 


35.1 


- 40 _ 


3 


2 


5 


1.6 


35.8 


40.1 


- 45 _ 


19 


13 


32 


10.2 


46.0 


45.1 


- 50 ._ 


68 


28 


96 


30.7 


76.7 


50.1 


- "^5 _ 


34 


- 


34 


10.8 


87,5 


55.1 


- 60 __ 


4 


i.„ 


4 


1.3 


88,8 


50.1 


- 65 _ 


17 


- 


17 


5.4 


94.2 


65.1 


- 70 __ 


5 


- 


5 


1.6 


95.8 


70,1 


- 75 _ 


4 


- 


4 


1.3 


97.1 


75.1 


- 80 _ 


5 


- 


5 


1.6 


93.7 


Over 


80 _ 


4 


- 


4 


1.3 


100.0 



Total 195 118 



313 



100.0 



Soiiri,^. ysi questionnaire returns, 21 concerns reporting. 
Tabulation by the Bureau of the Census for the 
National Recovery Acjninistrction Division of 
Rosoarch o,nd Planning, i.iarch 10, 1934. 



9818 



-753- 

TABLE 535 (■b) 

Vineg-^.r Incustry - r.apc.ckurs, : ■ 

Southom Zone 
Classified W-B&kly Hours 01 Work for 



factory wag 3 Sc.rnjrs 
RSPH3S3NTATIV3 W3EK 0? PiL\K- PERIOD 1932 



Hours 






'Jorked 




! 


20 hours or loss 


5 


20.1 - 


25 




25.1 - 


30 


3 


30.1 - 


35 


7 


35.1 - 


40 


S 


50.1 - 


45 


12 


45.1 - 


50 


12 


50.1 - 


o5 


4 


55.1 - 


60 


10 


60.1 - 


65 


« 



t/r.le 



Fomn.le 



Total 



3 

8 
15 
12 
14 
12 
10 

2 



Total 



62 



19 



81 



Source: il?iA. questionnaire returns, 13 concerns reporting. 

Tabulation by the Bureau of the Census for the National 
Recovery Adjninistration Division of Research and Planiiing, 
March 19, 1934. 



9818 



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-755- 
TaBLE 5S5(b) 

Vinegar Industry-Manufacturss, Southern Zone 

Number of Factory Wage 'Sarners '^nitjloyed. in "Ssta-blishinents' Working 

Specif ied Shifts and Shift Hours, in Week ReioreBentative of Peak Period 



1929 ■'932 ; 1933 

^OTirs Worked T Shift 2 sr.ifts 1 Phift 2 shifts 1 shift 2 shifts 3 shift 

Der shift Male Icrnale Male Male Female Male Male Female Male Male 

7-7.9 - _„ - _-5 6 _- 

6 - 163 14 49 61 

28 86 77 9 - ' - 

_ 4 - - - . 

Total 136 -59 121 197 34 86 249 29 49 61 

Number ''ilstablish- ' . ., 

ments aeTDOitine 

10 6 3 16 6, 2 16 , 6 1 1 



3 - 8.5 


43 


5 


— 


50 


9 - ^'.9 


6 


- 


-. 


38 


10-10.9 


82 


24 


121 


im 


11-11.9 


5 


— 


- 


5 



Source: IfflA questionnaire returns. TiVilitlon by tho Bureau of the Census for 
the National Recovery Administration, Tivision of Research and Planning, March 
19, 1934. 



9818 



. -756- 

TABLE 5d7(a) 
,, '• ,,.. r : , ■ ■.'.■'■ 

Vinei^ar Industry, Re-oackers, TTorthern Zone 
Number Djf "Wage- Earners "^Tri-oloyod in Establishments Working 
Soecified Shi ts and Shift Jlours in Week Re-oresentative of Peak Period 



^ Hours, ,170 rked 




1929 
1 Shi 


(fl) 

ft 


1932 (a) 
1 Shift , 




1933 (b) 

1 Shin ■ 




■oer Shift 


; :■ -Male 


■ F, 


eraale 


liPle Female 


Male 


Pemal e 




• TTnder fe ' 
6-6.9 
7 - 7.9 
S - 8.9 
9 - 9 '.'9 
10 - 10.9 


31 

'84 

21 




1 
13 

21 

30 

1 


1 
1 .. 5 

44 96 

115 . 15 

23 1 


3 

6 

8 

151 

23 

11 


2 

4 

18 
77 ■ 

7 . 

1 ■ 





Total , ,..-• 136 66 183 118 202 109 



(a) 21 establishments reiDorting. 

(b) ,24 establishments re-oortinie; : 

Source: NEA Questionnaire returns, Tabulation by the Bureau of the Census 
for the National Recovery Administration, Division of Research and 
planning, March 19, 1934. , . 



QRT n 



•757- 



TO ES USED 'TTTf C.'UTICN 



TABLE 5S7'"b) 

VlrCti:^ IV.ZaJSIZ'I - xffiPACKIiHS, SOUTinBi; ZOl^E 

Karaber of Pr.ctor;' '^^•e's Earners EnployecL in rst^.'olishinents. 
Working ,G;oecified Shifts and Shift Hours, in 
V/ee]: P.e'oresent^tive of Peak Period. 



Hours 

¥orked 

per Shi 


ft 


l.iale 


1 


;29 

::.lft 
re-iale 


1 
Hale 


'1932 ■' 
shift 

: i'emale 


1 

Hale 


1933 
shift 

: Female 


6- 6.9 




- 




- 


- 






- 


: 6 






- 


7- 7.9 




- 




. 


- 






- 


• 






- 


S- g.9 




' 




: 


7 






u 


: 19 






5 


9- 9.9 




23 




! 5 


• 25 






9 


: U 






2 


10-10.9 




7 




- 


: S 






•• 


: 10 






- 


Total 

6 


conf 


• 30 
;erns 


-'61 


! 5 

^oi'ting 


: UO 
10 
re^!! 


: 13 
concerns 
ortin,- 


! 33 

: 11 

! ref: 


: 7 

concerns 
lortin^s: 



SOURCE: IJEA auestiomirire returns. Tabulation '0- the .IXireau of the 
Census for the national Recovery Admiristrrtion Division of 
Rese?,rch and Planning. March I9, 193'+« 



9812 



-753- 



TABLS 5S£(a) 



TO 3E TJS2D ".'n'H CAUTION 



Vine^-p.r Industry - LS^.nuiactu-rss, . 

Northern Zone 
Classifiod Hourly Sctrnings of Factory .'^ 
V.'age Earners, 
Woel-c P.8-oresentative of 1952 Peak Period 



Hourly 3?.inings 






Pc> 


.ctory \ 


Ja^o 


garners 










Cumulative 


Cents Per Hour 


Male 


' Penrde 


Total 


Per Gf 


.nt 


Per Cent 


Under 15 cents _ 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


15 -'is. 9 


_ 121 


55 


■ 154 


9.4 




9.4 


20 -'34.9 


_ 241 


75 


■ 515 


19i3 




28.7 


25 -'29.9 


_ 320 


30 


■ 350 


21.4 




50.1 


30 -• 34.9 


_ 330 


2 


332 


20.3 




70.4 


35 - 39. S 


_ 222 


7 


■ 229 


14.0 




84.4 


40 - 44.9 


75 
S5 
35 
10 
51 
13 
9 


- 


75 
65 
33 
10 
51 
13 
9 


4.6 

4.0 

2.0 

.6 

3.1 

.8 

.5 




89.0 


45 - 49.9 


93.0 


50 - 54.9 


95.0 


55 - 59.9 


95.6 


60 - 6S.9 


98.7 


70 - 79.9 


99.5 


80 and over 


100.0 







Total 



1,490 147 1,637 



100.0 



Source: iU^A questionnaire returns, 86 concerns reporting. 
Tabulation by the Bureau of the Census for the 
national Hecoverj' Administration Division of 
Research and Planning, I.iarch 17, 1954. 



9818 



■759- 



TO BE USED miH CAUTION 



■TiDLE 583(b) 

vi:l;g.i?. iitdustey - riiiiurAcrLisEiis, southetji zoiic 

CLASSIPILD HOUl'iY EAJn^HTGS 07 I'ACIORY Vni^H TE^JQiERS 
iffiSK ICPIC-SL.rTATIV:: 07 PZAK PERIOD 
FOR 1932 







— 




Factory \Ja^%e 


Earners 


Hourly Lprnings 






CuTiiulative 


Cents Per Hour 


ilple 


reinnJLe 


Total 


Per Cent 


. Per Cent 


Under 10 cents 


- 


4 


4 


1.3 


1.3 


10 - 14.9 


5 


13 


18 


5.7 


.7,0 


15 - 19,9 


71 


8 


79 


24,9 


. 31,9 


20 - 24.9 


65 


9 


75 


23.7 


55,6 


25 - 29.9 


17 


- 


17 


5.3 


. 50.9 


3Q - 34.9 


61 


- 


61 


19.2 


80,1 


35 - 39,9 


11 


- 


11 


3.5 


83,6 


40 - 44.9 


19 


— 


19 


6,0 


. . 89.5 


45 - 49,9 


7 


- 


7 


2,2 


. 91,8 


50 - 54,9 


13 


- 


13 


4.1 


. 95.9 


55 - 59,9 


2 


- 


2 


.6 


. 96,5 


50 - 69.9 


5 


- 


5 


1,6 


98.1 


70 - 79,9 


2 


"• 'mi' ■" 


2- ■■ 


• 6 


98.7 


80 and over 


4 


- 


4 


_1.3_ 


lpO»Q 


Total 


283 


34 


317 


100,0 





Source: l-I.R.A. nuestionnaire returns, 22 to 24, concerns reporting. Tabula- 
tion by the Bureau of the Census for the National Recovery Adrainis- 
tration. Division of Research anci. Planning, March 19, 1934. 



9318 



-7 So- TO 33 USED VJITTI CAUTION 



TABLE 559(a) 
Vinegtir Ind^istry - Ropaclcefs, ITorthern Zono 
Classified Hourly S?.rnin^s of- '.Tagc 3i?.mGrs, 
^^fealc ?.e'Qresjnt?.tive of ?e?,k Period 1932 



Hourly Earnings 








'ja^'B Z-arners 










Ciiinulative 


Cents Per Hour 


It-.le 


Female 


Tot:. 


.1 Per cent 


Per cent 


Under 10 cents 




7 

79 


10 

94 


3.2 

30.0 




10 - 14.9 





3.2 


'15 - 19.9 


15 


33.2 


'20 - 24.9 


43 


5 


43 


15.3 


48.5 


'25 - 29.9 


18 


22 


40 


12.8 


61.3 


"30 - 34.9 


26 


5 


31 


9.9 


71.2 


35 - 39.9 


43 


- 


43 


13.8 


85.0 


40 - 44.9 


18 


- 


18 


5.8 


90.8^ 


45 - 49.9 


12 


- 


12 


3.8 


94.6 


30 - 54.9 


7 


- 


7 
2 

3 
1 
4 


■"> 

.6 

1.0 

1.3 


95.8 


55 - 59.9 


2 


97.4 


60 - 69.9 


3 


98.4 


70 - 79.9 


1 


98.7 


80 r.nd over 


4 


« 

100.00 








Tot-l 


195 


118 


513 


100.0 





Source: ilRA ':'uestionnairs returns, . 21 ..concernr. reporting. 

Tabulation by the Bureau of the Census for the national ,, 
Recovery Aciainistratioi^ Division of Research •a'nc' rT.anriing 
March 19, 1934. 



9818 



■761- 



TO B1 USED '"ITH CAUTION 



TABLE 589 (t)) 
VlilEC-Jffi IlIDUSTHY - HEPAGI3R3, SOUTHERN ZOHE 
ClASSIPIED HOUELY Eiffl-'IilGS 0? EACTORY \7AGE EARNERS, REPRE- 
SEl?^ATIi^S -.TEEK OE PEAK PERIOD 1932 



Hourly Ea.rnings 
Cents Per Ho-gr 



Male 



Female 



Total 



Under 10 cents 
10 - 14.9 
15 - 19,9 
20 - 24.9 
25 - 29.9 
30 - 34,9 
35 - 39.9 
40 - 44.9 
Over 40 



1 
3 
6 

20 
6 

19 
1 
6 



r 


1 


8 


ii: 


6 


12 


1 


21 


2 


8 


2 


21 


«« 


1 


mm 


6 



Total 



62 



19 



81 



Source: N.R.A. questionnaire returns, 18 concerns reporting. Tabulation 
by the Eureau of the Census for the National Recovery Adninistra- 
tion, Division of Research and Plrnninr^, March 19, 1934. 



9818 



-762- 

TA3LE 590 
VINEGAH INDUSTRY 
Average TTeekly 'Jages - Plant and Office Enployees 











PLAJIT 










VineA': 
1929 

$23.15 
9.9s 


.^_l 


:anufacturers a/ 

19^2 iq^^ 

$17.87 $is.3U 
7.27 g.76 


Vine,' 


;'ar Repac! 


cers b/ 


North: 
Male 
Female 


1929 

$20. 3U 
10.20 


1932 

$15.63 
6.16 


1933 

$18.56 
9.U3 


South: 
i/Iale 
Female 


20. Ul 
9.5s 




■ 16. Ul 

7.U0 


15.19 

g.S3 


16.67 
9. SO 


12.29 
9.U0 


12.60 
10.66 










OFFICE 






a 




Vine,"c 
192s 


IT '. 


Manufacturers a/ 
1932 1933 

n30.U5 $23.77 
17.39 17.27 


Vine,' 


:dx He'packers b/ 




1929 


1932 

OlS.33 
20.75 


1933 


North: 
Liale 
Female 


$30.32 
19.36 


$12.00 
19.92 


$17.66 
16^23 


South: 
Male 
Female 


57.50 

2U.go 




U7.50 
23.15 


U7.OO 
22.26 


20.00 
22.25 


IS. 25 


17.50 


a/ Forth - 
South - 


data fron IB identical esta.'bl: 
report office e:iployees. 
data fro;; I3 identical establ: 
no office employees. 


Lsliments of 
ishraents, 3 


v;hich 29 
of which 


failed to 
reported 


b/ iiorth - 


data froiTi 


21 


i dent i c 


al establ: 


Lshments of 


v;hich 9 '■ 


reported no 


South - 


office e:.iplo: 
data frou 10 


'ees. 
identic 


al establ' 


is'imeuts of 


r/hich 6 : 


reported no 



office enployees. 

SOURCE: (^lestionnaires from the industry. National Recovery Adminis- 
tration, Division of Research and Planning. Vinegar Industry, 
prepared, by J. A. Lucas, Ma-ir I5, 193'-''' 



9760 



-763- 

TC BE USED '-JITH CAUTION 

TABLE 591(a) 

Vinogar Industry - Lhrmfactures, 7 

ITorthorn Zone 
Classified 'leeldy Ilarnings of Office . 

Eiiiplo.yees, 
V/eek 3e-Dr'js9ntativ3 of 1952 Per.k Period. 



Weekly Earnings Office Ernployees 

(dollars) 



Under 5.00 
5.00 to 9.99 
10.00 to 12.49 
12.50 to 14.99 
15.00 to 17.49 
17. .30 to 19.99 
20.00 to 2i.99 
25.00 to 29.99 
30.00 to 34.99 
35.00 and ovsr 



"vitio 'J r 


Par Cent 


Cumulative 
Per Cpnt 


4 


3.1' 


3.1 


6 


4.6 


7.7 


14 


10.8 


18.5 


2 


1.5 


20.0 


14 


10.8 


30.8 


22 


16.9 


47.7 


30 


2C.1 


70.8 


15 


11.5 


82.3' 


7 


5.4 


87.7 


16 


12.3 


100.0' 



Total 130 100.0 



Source: NILI questionnaire returns, 31 concerns reporting. 

Taliulation by the Bureau of the Census for the National 
Recovery Administration Division of Research and Planning, 
March 17, 1934. 



9813 



TO ?E US 3D ".TTH CnJTION 
TABLE 591(b) 
VIlISGAa IlffiUSTP.Y - ivlAjJUFACTUxISRS, SOUTIIERII ZOlfE 
CLASSIFISD \IEEI:LY SAKIIiiGS 0.' 0;.'j?ICE SlIPLOYEES 
ULEK IGPEESEHTATIVL OE FE.lIv PEEIOD 1932 



Weekly Earnirit^s 
(dollars) 



$10.00 to $12.49 
$12.50 to $14.99 
$15.00 to 17.49 
$17.50 to $19.99 
$20.00 to $24.99 
$25.00 to $29,99 
$30.00 to $34.99 
$35.00 and over 



ITumber 



2 
2 
3 
3 
5 
7 
2 
7 ■ 



Total 



31 



Source: N.E.A. questionnaire returns, 22 to 24 concerns reporting. 

Tabulation by the Bureau of the Census for the Na.tional Recovery 
Administration, Division of Research and Planniiig, March 19, 1934. 



9818 



-765- 

TC. 3E USLD ".TTIi CAUTION 



lASLE . 592 • 

VI1T5GAE INDUS TEf - HZPACKSP.G, IJOHTHSim ZOIC 

Cl-;\ssifi^id ■,/'ee'.:ly 3arnin£;s of Office Zninloyees 

■ffcsk Sepresentativa of Por.k - Pariod 
1932 

'Jeekly Earnings 
(dollars) ITvirn'bar 

Under 10.00 

10.00 to i;:,.49 1 

12.50 to 14.39 3 

15.00 to 17.49 [ 1 

17.50 to 12.99 .3 

20.00 to 34.99 4 

23.00 to ..;;D.9? 2 



30.00 to 34.92 2 



oo.OO :-nd ovjr 1 



Total 1:: 



Source: IIPA q-aostionn-"irLi rot-arns, 12 concorno reporting. 
Tabulation by tho Bureau of the Ce]isus for the 
National Eecoveri' AcJjninistr-'tion Divicion of Research 
-nd Planning, :,'iarch 1", 1934. 



9318 



-766- 

TA,JLE 593 
VIMEGJffi IlIDUSIRY - IHPACIEiiS, SOUHEM ZOllE 
CLASSIFIED TTEEICLY ZAPJilLXrS OF OPFICE EMPLOYEES, 
EEPEESEII'TATIVS UEEIC OF PEAK PEPJOD 1932. 



yeeld.7 Earnings 
( dollars) 



Nuinber 



5,00 to 9c99 
10.00 to 12.49 
12.50 to 14,99 
15,00 to 17,49 
17.50 to 19.99 
20,00 to 24,99 
25,00 to 29,99 



1 

1 

1 
1 



Total 



Source: !I,Il,A. Q,uostiomiaire returns, 9 concerns reporting. Tatiila- 
tion by the Bureau of the Census for the National Recovery 
Adrninistration Division of iteserrch and Planni?"ig, March 19, 
1934, 



9818 



-767- 







HJ 
























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to rH rH 
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C\J CV CM 


o 
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o 

•H 

m • 

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o 




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r-l rH rH 
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TC £3 U5ED '"ITH CACTTCN 

TABLE 595 ' ' 

3AiC ING ' P07IER IIIDUSTRY • ■ ■ 

milSER OF PACTOHY T7AGE EA[l!'"E2S EI,IPL0Y3:D IIJ ^ST.iSLISHIvffil-n^S 70RKING 
SPECIFIED SHIFTS Jl'iJ) SFIFT-HOURS 

Number of Hours June 15, 1929 Jvine 15, 1933 October 15, 1933 
ITorked per Shift 1-Shlft l-Shift 1- Shift 

Under 6.1 hours 13 ■ - - 

6 to 6.9 hours - 11 10 

7 to 7.9 hours 20 - 26 

8 to 8.9 hours '663 • 524 . . 830 

9 to 9.9 hours 9 232 
1® to 10.9 hours 387 120 

11 to 11,9 hours - - - 

12 and over - _ _ 
Total 1092 837 866 



Source; K.R.A. questiomiaire returns, 19 establishments .reporting 
for June 1929, 22 establishments for Jujae 1933 and October 
1933. Tabulated by the Bureau of the Cencus for the Na- 
tional Recovery Administr,- tion, Division of Research and 
Planning, March 7, 1934. 



V; 



<J 



9760 



-769.- 

■ TC -'2 USED ''IT" C/OJTICN 



TA5LE 595 



BAEIHG PCTDEr. IISUSTRY „ , . 

CLASSIFIED HOUEiY-'EAl^I'TIKGS C? PAi;TORY WAGE EAEMES 
WEEK blT JUNE 3,5, 1933 





iTly 






Factory '■^^se 


Earnei 


rs 


Hoi 






Cnmulative 


earnin,*s 


Male 


Eemale 


Num'ber--- 


... Per Cent 


Per 


Gent 


Under 15 cents 


— 


— 


— 


— 




■ 


15 


- 19,9 


— 


86 


86 


10.0 




■10.0 


SO 


- ?4.9 


•10 


31 


41 


4.8 




■14.8 


25 


- ?9.9 


.11 


31 


42 


4.9 




•19.7 


30 


- 34.9 


...w 


109 


187 


21.8 




■41.5 


35 


- 39.9 


■75 


66 


141 


16.5 




■58.0 


40 


- 44.9 


■■.77 


40 


107 


■ 12.5 




70.5 


45 


- 49.. 9 


SO 


6 


56 


6.5 




77.0 


50 


- 54.9 


69 


1 


60 


■■■7.0 




'84.0 


55 


-59.9 


30 


1 


39 


■ -4.6 




88.6 


60 


- 69.9 


45 


2 


47 


5.5 




94.1 


70 


- 79.9 


24 


2 


26 


3.0 




97.1 


80 


and over 


24: 


_-l 


25 


2,9 




■ 




Total 


491 


396 


857 


100.0 




100.0 



SoTirce: N. R. A, ouestlonnsire retiirns, 22 establishnents reiDorting. 
TabTilated 'by the I'urqa ' a of the CenyjLs ^ for the llational Re- 
covery Administration 'division of Rc^search and Planning, 
March 7, 1934. 



9760 



-770- ^^ 32 us 3D '-ITH C.^XTTICN 

TABLE 5S7 

BAKING FOWDE?. IIIDUSTRY 
CLASSIFIED WEEKLY EABITIHGS OF OFFICE EMPLOYEES 
WEEK OP JUNE 15, 1933 



Office Employees 



Weekly Earnings C-omulative 
(Sollara} . Number Per Cent Per Cent 

Lf^ss than 5.00 ' — ' — ; 

5.00 - 9.99 

10.00 - 12.49 — 

12.50 - 14.99 

15.00 - IV. 49 

17.50 - 19.99 

20.00 - 24.99 

25.00 - 29.99 ' • — 

30.00 - 34.99 . ■ -- 

35.00 and over 'j^rr. 

Total 



Soiirce- N, R, A. questionnaire returns, 15 establishments reporting. 
T'^bulated "by the Bureau of the Census , for the National Re- 
covery Admini-stration Division of Research and Planning, 
March 7, 1934. 



18 


8.9 


8.9 


46 • 


22.8 


31.7 . 


43 


21.3 


53.0 


29 


14.4 


67. _4 


15 


7.4 


74.8 


16 


7.9 


82..7 


13 


6.4 


89.1 


22 ' 


10.9 





202 


100.0 


100.0 






-771- 



TJkDlS 59b(a) 
BISCUIT ^:D Crl^ClCP. I-.DJSIllY - IJORTH 
CLASSiriZD H TKLY ~aS11T:XS CT i-'ACTQiU EiiPLCYUSS 
ICLK O:' JU13; 15, 1933 



"Fpctoirj SrT:>loyees 



Hourly Ertrnings 
Cents Per hour 



Cuiiuln.tive 
genole Per Cent 



f-le 



Under 15 cents 
15 - 19.9 
20 - 24.9 
25 - 29.9- 
30 - 34.9 
35 - 39.9 
40 - 44.9 
45 - 49.9 
50 - 54.9 
55 - 59.9 
60 - 69.9 
70 - 79.9 
80 jmd over 



1 


36 


3 


290 


59 


798 


150 


1311 


397 


1651 


529 


1316 


861 


1168 


817 


752 


1010 


146 


823 


■ 63 


1147 


15 


568 


9 


549 


IS 



•Totrl 



7024 



7581 



Source: 1-i.R.A. Qiiqi-.tionnrire ilc- turns, 45 conccnns reiTortin^:;. Tnouln.- 
tion bv the Bure-.u of the Census for the ITational Ilecovery Ad- 
jninitration. Division of Hesenrch raid Planning, Jan. 23, 1934. 



9760 



-772- 

TiL3L3 59S(1d) 
niSCUIT AID CRACIL:?. IinDUSTilY - SOUTH 
CLASS irii^D HOUBLY SAir.:ii;G-S 0.' ITiiCTORY EivIPLOYEES 
WEEK OF JirjE 15, 1933 

FACTORY EIPLOYEHS 



Hourly Er.rninf:s 

Cunulr'tive 

Cents Per Hour i.Ir.le Fenale lluraoer Per Cent Per Cent 

Under 15 cents 3 58 71 

15 - 19,9 24 220 244 

20 - 24.9 74 104 173 

25-23.9 68 154 222 

30 - 34.9 61 158 219 

35 - 39.9 59 27 86 

40 - 44.9 83 3 86 

45 - 49,9 33 1 34 

50 - 54.9 37 1 38 

55 - 59.9 30 - 30 

60 - S9,9 15 - 15 

70 - 79,3 11 - 11 

80 ;\nd over 18 - 18 

Total 516 736 1252 



Source: ilHA Questionnaire Returns, 8 concerns re;oor tinge Tabulation 

oy the Bureau oi" the Census for the national Recovery Adr.iinis- 
tration. Division of Research and Planning, Jan, 23, 1934. 

9750 



-773- 
TABLE 593 (a) 

BISCUIT Aim c-ia.c:g:r iitdtjsthy - north 

CLASSIIi'ISI) \,'2'ZliL" E.!IF:'I1:G3 07 FAUDLIITO AID SHIPPING 5 ■PLOYEES 
l.'EEK OE JUIIE 15, 1933 



'i/oekly Earning:s (iollprs) 



Handling nnd. 
Ship'oing Em-oloyLOS 

Cuimilat ive 
Number Per C'.-nt P-r Cent 



Under *10.00 
^>10.00 to?12.49 
12.50 to 14.99 
15.00 to 17.49 
17.50 to 19.99 
20.00 to 24.99 
25.00 to 29.99 
30.00 to 34.93 
35.00 H,nd ovi.r 
TOTAL 



.22 


1.5 


1.5 


36 


2.4 


3.9 


61 


4.1 


8.0 


182 


12.3 


20.3 


240 


16.2 


36.5 


481 


32.4 


63.9 


269 


18.1 


87.0 


128 


8.6 ■ 


95.6 


65 


4.4 - 


100.0 



1484 



100.0 



100.0 



Sourcu: YURK cujstionnair^ returns, 45 concerns reporting; 

T-'DulV.tion b-' thu Baroau of tho Cc.nsus for the Nftional 
Rocovv^ry Administration Division of Rjsor.rch and Plpuinin,'^, 
Jpn. 23, 1954. 



9760 



-77^- 

TaBLS 559(1)) 
:..iscuiT al:i) ciuiciap. iiidustry - south 

CLASSIFIED UIlIVJS' I]^.iTIi:G3 OP KAIEDLIIIG AID SHIPPIiTG 
EiiPLOYESS, \T£'£.K OP JUtTZ 15, 1933 



T'e e 1 i y 'En m i ng s 
(dollrrs) 

Under 10.00 
10.00 to 12.49 
12.50 to 14.99 
15.00 to 17.49 
17.50 to 19.97 
20.00 to 24,99 
25.00 to 29.99 
30,00 to 34.99 
35.00 njid over 



HAIIDLIIIG AND SHIPEING.EMPLOYEES 







Cuimil--tive 


liiinljer 


Per Cent 


Per Cent 


11 


4.9 


4.9 


17 


7.5 


12.4 


18 


8,0 


20.4 


44 


19.5 


39.9 


42 


10. S 


58.5 


56 


24.8 


8o» 3 


28 


12.4 


95.7 


7 


3.1 


98.8 


5 


2.2 


100.0 



9750 



Totrl 223 100,0 100,0 



Source: llRjl questionnaire returas, 8 concerns reportin;-;. Tf.bulfition 
>'- the Bureau of the Census lor the Ilrtional "uecovery Ad:u:iis- 
tratioi. Division of Itesearch -nCi Pl-ijir.intj, Jan. 23, 1934. 



-775- 
IjQIiS 600(a) 

classifi::d tsehy i;.^l;i".:&3 or o:;':-'ic2 S-PLGyzhs 

'.X3K OP JUIZ] 15, 19Z3 



o:ricE i];:?LC^:.zs 



(dollp.i-s) 



CujiLilative 
ITunoer Per Cent P^r Cent 



Under 10.00 
10.00 to 12.49 
12.50 to 14.99 
15.00 to 17.49 
17.50 to 19.99 
20.00 to 24.99 
25-. 00 to 29.99 
30.00 to 34.99 
35.00 r:-Lj. over 



15 


.3 


.8 


48 


2.5 


3.4 


66 


3.7 


7.1 


207 


11.5 


18.6 


226 


12.5 


31.1 


452 


25.1 


55.2 


300 


16.6 


72.8 


209 


11. S 


84.4 


281 


15,6 


100.0 



■i'Ottvl 



1304 



100.0 100.0 



Source: I'.TiA qiicstiorjiriro retur .s, 45 concerns reporting. Tr.oul-^.tion 
1)7 the Borerju oi' the Censu.s for the Ilrtionrl Recovery Adijinis- 
trntlon, Division of licse- rch r.:'.cL Plpn-in^, Jan. 23, 1934. 



9750 



-776- 

TABL3;D0G(b) 
BISCUIT -xJID ClUCrjy. liMTSiSY - SOUTH 
CLASSiriED TTLZICLy iJijUt lliaS 0? OPI'ICE ElIPLOYEES, 
UEEK or. JUim I'D, 1^33 



OrPICE EM..=LOYSES 



TTeelcLy Errniags Cumilr.tive 

( dol 1.-1,1- 3 ) l?! Uii"'oor per Cent Per Cer^ t 

Under 10,00 3 

10.00 to 1^.49 9 

12.50 to 14c 90 10 

15.00 to 17o49 15 

17,50 to 17^,99 30 

20.00 to 24,99 62 

25.00 to 29.99 47 

30„00 to 34.99 39 

35.00 r,-icl over 32 

£;43 



1.2 


1.2 


3.5 _ 


4.8 


4.0 


8.3 


6.4 


15.2 


12. 1_ 


27.3 


25.1 


52.4 


19.0 


71.4 


15.7 


87,1 


12.9 


100.0 



Tot.-l 243 100,0 100.0 



Soxircc: llAA ^lestionnr-lre lleturnG, S concerns re jortini.'-:. Tao\ilp.tion 
■by the 3ure."u of the CenBuo for the ]Jp,tio?ial Hecovery Admin- 
istr."tio:i, Division of l.lGSon,rch r<.n6. Planning, Jan. 23, 1934, 



9760 



-777- 

Tc "t.s vs.'^d '■t:t:-; G.'uTICF 

TA3L3 oOl(a) 
3UTT3n iraUSTTf 
CLASSIFIED ^JESI:LY EOITTS OF '.:0?JC ?0P- iJlLZ ?ACTOPY SliPLO'OES 
October, 1933; June, 1937;; June, 1929. 



Hours Worked 
Per Week 



Factory Eraoloyfies, Male 



Under 30. . . . 
30 less 35 . 
35 less 40 . 
40 less 45 . 
45 less 50 . 
60 less 55 . 
55 less 60 . 
60 less 70 . 
70 and over. 
TOTAL 



October 1935 
To. of Per 
EnDlor/ees Cent 



June 19oo 



June 1929 



• 2.5 
. 1.0 
. 5.4 
.27.7 
.51.1 
. 7.7 
. 1.^ 
..2.7. 



ijo. of Per No. of Per 
Employees Cent ETployees Cent 



. . 25 . 
.. 12 . 

.. 30 . 
..1C3 . 
..293 . 
. . 362 . 
..687.. 
.. 82.. 



1.5 
.7 

.1.8 
10.1 
17.8 
21.8 
41.4 
4.9 



. 30 .. 1.7 



. 24 .. 1.4 

.127 .. 7.2 

.391 ..22.3 

.418 . .23.8 

.609 ..34.7 

.157 .. 8.9 



1578 



1659 



1756 



Source: Industry questionnaire returns, 112 establishjients re- 

poT"ting, submitted to the "Tational Recovery Administration, 
Division of Research pjid Planning, March 15, 1934. 



9818 



-773- 

' TO BE US3D ':n.TA CAUTION 

T,i5LE 801 Cb) 
BUTIiER T^WSHRY 
CLASSIFIED WT.EKLY HOUilS OJ WOnK FOR TTA.IAUE "ACTORY EMPLOYEES 
for Octo'Ljer, 1933; Ju:ie , l'3o5; Jcuie , 12I-:9. 



uours 

Worked Per Week 



Ppctory Employees, Female 







OctoLer 


1933 


J-jiie 193S 


Per . 


June 
ITo.. of 


1929 






Ho. of 


■Pei- 


Per 




J 


Employees 
80 


Cent 

■ lo'.V 


ErTiloyees 


Cent 
14.2 


Em->loy 
57 


■ees 


Cent 


Under 3( 


101; 


3.0 


30 less 


35 


' 125 


16.8 ' 


' ' 107 


15.1 


31 




4.4 


35 less 


40' 


1B4 


' .,;4.'8 ■ 


39 


5.b 


74 




10.4 


40 less 


45 


150 


26.2 ' 


127 


17.9 


93 




13.1 


45 less 


50 


is7 


25.1 


215 


30.4 


283 




39.9 


50 loss 


55 


15' 


2.0 


86 


12.1 


108 




15.2 


55 less 


60 


- 


- 


25 


3.5 


26 




3.7 


60 loss 


70' 


3 


.4 ■ 


1 


.1 


38 




5.3 


7' aud ( 


3ver 


744 


- 


8 
70S 


1.1 


M 




_ 


Total 


710 







Suiirce : Incustry q\iestionr.f'.ire returns, 112 estcblisb lents reportinc, sub- 
mitted to the lIation?vl Recovery •Administraticaa , Division of Research 
and Planninii;, I.ia.rch 13, 1934. 



3818 



CLASSIFir.r TE3ELY 



-779- 

T.-^LZ; o02(a) 
BUmZR I."US':2Y 
1'-.I!1II"TGS 0? VALE ?^C:^0?.": EM?L01T"S 



C/UTTON 











_ . 


Weekly Ilarnincs 
(Dollars) 




iy-umber of F-^.c.tory Employees, i' 


;ale 




■Cities 


Cities from 


Cities fron 


Cities over 




■under 


.:,E0O - 


^co.orto - 


500,00' pop. 




a, 500 -ooi. 


.350,0 '0 -po-T. 


50 ,000 pop. 




Less tiian 5 


3 


.S."; 


1 


- 


5 - 9.39 


9 


33 


••' 


- 


10 - K.9S v 


75 


163 


;i0 


2 


IC - 1S^,99 


103 


297 ■ 

30o 

17? 


39 
33 

36 


g 


ij W "" ^ » w ^ 


9.3 


9 


25 - -39.93 


"6 


4 


30 and Over 


*:/0 


13C 


19 


5 


Tot-1 


C47 


1134 


150 


29 



Source: Industry c;uer>tioi-ir.'\ire returns, 11.:; est^.Dlisbnents reportii^ , 
Du'o,ut^ec. to the llatisnal Eecovery Ac'j^inictrrtion, Divisi^'i of 
"descc-rch and Planning;, March 13, 1934. 



981E 



-730- 

TO 3E USED '-ITIi CAUTION 



TABLE 502(b) 
BUTTETl I1.]DUST"^Y 
CLASSIITIED -.(^EliLY EAKimiG-S OF ?E1v:ALE FACTORY E1;IPL0YEES, 
3y Size of City, June 15, 19o3. 



Veekly Earnings N iiaber of Fg .ctory Eiaployees, Female 

(Dollars) 



Cities Cities iron Cities from Cities over 

under 2,500 - 250,000- 

2.500 Pop. 250,000 P o-o. 500,000 Pop. 500,000 Pop. 

Less than 5.... 7 12? 2 - 

5 - 9.99 ....36 175 67 - 

10 - 14.09 3 132 35 8 

15-19.99 o 58 8 1 

20-24.93 8 1 22 - 



25 - 29.99 1 

30 and Over ... -. 



TOrAL 58 559 114 



Source: Industry nuestionnaire returns, 112 establishments re- 
porting, submitted to the National Recovery Administration, 
Division of Hesearch and Planning, March 13, 1934. 



9818. 



■-721- 



TC rs VS'ID "JITH CAUTICI" 



TABLE 603 



BUTTER IIOUSTRY 



CLASSI?I3D ^'ESKLY EAEFINGS OF FACTORY Ei J='L0Y3:;S , BY SEX 

JTJlffi 15, 1933 



Weekly Earnings 
(dollars) 



Less than 5 
5 - 9.99 
10 -14.99 - 
15 -19.99 
20 -24.99 
25 -29.99 
30 and over 



Hale 



Eactory Employees 



ITujiter 


of 


Per 


Snoloyees 


Cent 


26 




1.6 


49 




■ 2.9 


259 




15.6 


448 




27.0 


439 




26.4 


253 




15.2 


186 




11.3 



.Female 



JTunlier 


of 


Per 


E-roloyees 


Cent 


132 




18.3 


. 278 




38.6 


228 




SI. 8 


70 




9.7 


11 




1.5 


1 




.1 



Total 



1660 



720 



Source: Industry questionnaire returns, 112 establishments reporting, 
submitted to the National Recovery Administration Division 
of Research and Planning, I.iarch 13, 1954. 



9818 



-7S2- 

TO BE USIID 'flTH CAUTICN 

TA3II; 60i+(a) 

bujE:; industry 
CLASSis'iSD teejil:: la?;jiitg-s o? ::a.is ofice i;ii:loit:.s, 

ty Size of Cit;;^, Jinie 15, 1935 



Weekly- larniaGs llumtier of Office Employees. Male. 
(Doll3.rs) ^ 



Logs than 5 



5 - 


■ 9.9 


o 


10 


- 14- 


.99 


15 


- 19 


.99 


20 


- ,-•4 


.99 


25 


- 29 


.99 


30 


aiiL- 


Oye r 


Tot 


;ol 





Cities 


■oiiaer 


Cii;ies from 


5',;500 1 


'.0"0. 


.0,500 - 
-350,000 -Q-o 


1 


• 


-) 


5 




- 


4 


* 


11 


7 




31 



Cities fron Cities over 
.^50,000 to 500,000 (^ 

50^,000 -po:? . ■oo]p_j __, 



. 1 
2 

3 

2 ?A 7 
6 34 3 

3 J5 . A_ 

•38- 115 20 



Source: Industry o^uestionnaire returns, 112 est,-."blishinents reportinj^, sub- 
mitter", to the National Recovery Acaninistro.tion, Division of 
Research and Planning', 'March ."13, 1?34. 



9818 



7£3- TO 13 U£ED WIT}-; CAUTION 



TASl 



M^) 



BUTTER liTDUSTP.Y 
CL/.SSiriED ^iTEZZLY EATavilIGS 01 ?EI.M.LE; OJ' ICE EI.IPLOYEES, 
Dy Size of City, Juiie 15, 1933 



"Weekly E''.rnirics 
(Dollars) . 



Niimber of Office Employees Pemale 



Le s s t han 5 
5-9.99 - 
10 - 14.99 
15 - 19. Q9 
20 - ^4.99 
25'- 29.99 
30 aiiL. Over 
Total 



Cities uiider 
2,500 pop. 



10 

11 

99 

7 



47 



Cities from 


Cit; 


Les from 


2,500 - 




250 


,000- 


250,000 


J2£P_-. 


500 


,00 5 pop. 


3 








19 






5 


lis 






19 


99 






22 


5^. 






12 


19 






2 


6 


- 




_ 


318 




60 



Cities over 
500,000 pop. 



1 
2 
2 
2 



So-uJTce: Indiiotry quest ionnaire returns, 112 estatlir-baents 

ra;oorting, submitted to the iIatioi:ial Recovery Administration, 
Division of Research, and plannin;-^, iiarch 13, 1934. 



9813 



TA31E 605(a) 

CAIJE SUGAR EEPIIIING IlIDUSTRY - IIORTH 

CLASSIFIED WEEKLY H01IF:S OF VOBll EOH FACTORY WAGE EARNERS 
REPHESEKTATIv'E WEEk' 0? JUIIE, 1933 



Hours Worked 
per Week 


Llale 


Female 


Factory 
Number 


Wage Earners 

Cumulative 
Per Cent Per Cent 


20 hours or less 


366 


25 


391 


4.1 


4.1 


20.1 - 25 


91 • 


10 


101 


' 1.1 


5.2 


25.1 - 30 


242 


43 


285 


3.0 


8.2 


30.1 - 35 


185 


38 


223 


2.4 


10.6 


35.1 - 40 


1257 


274 


1531 


16.2 


26.8 


40.1 - 45 


679 


187 


866 


9.2 


36.0 


45.1 - 50 


2470 


159 


2629 


27.8 


63.8 


50.1 - 55 


927 


62 


989 


10.5 


74.3 


55.1 - 60 


994 


1 


995 


10.5 


84.8 


60.1 - 65 


626 


■ 4 


630 


6.7 


91.5 


65.1 - 70 


369 


- 


369 


3.9 


95.4 


70.1 - 75 


284 


- 


284 


3.0 


98.4 


75.1 - 80 


54 


- 


54 


0.6 


99.0 


Over 80 


98 


- 


98 


1.0 


100.0 



Total 



8642 



803 



9445 



100.0 



Source; l^TRA questionnaire returns, 12 concerns reporting. 

Taliulation of the Bureau of the Census for the National 
Recovery Administration Division of Research and Planning, 
Transmitted June 29, 1934. 



9760 



-735- 

TA3LE 605(t) 

CAIIE SUGAR EEFIIJIlia IIJDUSTRY - SOUTH. 

CLASSIFIED MEEVLY EOUES 0? "..'OPJC FOR FACTORY ■■./AGE EAKi'ERS 
REPRSSEIITATIVE ' EEK OE JUtlE 1933. 









Factory \/ap;G 


Earners 
Cumulative 


Hours ;.'orked 


Male 


Fomale 


number 


Pur Co: 


nt 


Per Cent 


Per :?eek 
20 hours or less 


226 


13 


239 


7.8 




7.8 


20.1 T 25 


42 


1 


43 


1.4 




9.2 


25.1 -. 30 


128 


11 


139 


4.5 




'13.7 


50.1 -..35 


212 


7 


220 


7.2 




20.9 


35.1 -^ 40 


242 


94 


336 


10.9 




31.8 


40.1 -. 45 


281 


22 


303 


9.8 




'41.6 


45.1 -. 50 


416 


12 


428 


13.9 




55.5 


50.1 -.55 


374 


29 


403 


13.1 




68.6 


55.1 - 60 


185 


2 


187 


6.1 




74.7 


60.1 - 65 


214 


- 


214 


7.0 




81.7 


65.1 - 70 


47 


7 


54 


1.8 




83.5 


70.1 - 75 


188 


- 


188 


6.1 




89.6 


75.1 - 80 


34 


- 


34 


1.1 




90.7 


Ovor 80 


287 
2877 


_ 


287 

3075 


9.3 




_ 


TOTAL 


138 


100.0 


100. 



Source: ITRA auostionnaire returns, B concerns reporting. 

Tsbulation by th'.; Biroau of the Census for the National 
Hccov.:;ry Administr'-.tion Division of Research and Planning, 
transmitted June 29, 1934. 



9760 



. -786- 

TA3LE 6o6(a) . 

CME SUGAE RSPIIJIIK IimUSTRY - NORTH 

CLASSIFIED HOURLY EAPNINGS 0? EA.CTORY \aGE EARNERS 
REP'ESErTATr/E ■.'EEK OF JUITE, 1933 



Hourly Earnings Male Female 



Factory Waft-e Earners 

Cumuirtive 
Hiunbor Per Cent Per Cent 



20 - 24.9 
25 - 29.9 
30 - 34.9 
35 - 39.9 
40 - 44.9 
45 - 49.9 
5i - 54,9 
55 - 59.9 
60 - 69.9 
70 - 79.9 
80 ,and ovi,r 



28 


127 


55 


254 


405 


200 


1228 


76 


1879 


119 


1117 


14 


1592 


6 


893 


2 


536 


3 


486 


1 


423 


1 



155 


1.6 


- 1.6 


309 


3.3 


4.9 


605 


6.4 


11.3 


1504 


13.8 


25.1" 


1998 


21.2 


46.3 


1131 


12.0 


58.3 


1598 


16.9 


75.2- 


895 


9.5 


84.7 


539 


5.7 


90.4 


487 


5.2 


95.6 


424 


4.4 


100.0 



8642 



803 



9445 



100. 



TOTAL 



Source: NRA quustionnairo returns, 12 concerns reporting. 

Tabulation by the Bureau of the Census for the National 
Recovery Administration Division of Research and Planning, 
transmitted June 29, 1934. 



9760 



-737- 

TA5LS 6o6(b) 

CAKE SU&AR HE^INIFG lilDUSTP.Y - SOUTH 

CLASSIFIED HOiraLY EARiniTGS 0? ^-"..CTORY -/AGE HAPIIERS 
HEP7J:SI;"'TATI"E \.^1.Y. O? JLTE, 1933 



Factory \!r.^3 Earnors 



Hourly Esrnin^-^s 



I ale 



H'i2nal>; 



Undor 10 cents 107 

10 - 14.9 326 

15 - 19,9 624 

20 - 24.9 . 187 

25 - 29.9 • 723 

30 - 54.9 444 

35 - 39.9 167 

40 - 44.9 98 

45' - 49.9 ■ 62 

50 - 54.9 70 

55 - 59.9 28 

60 -. 69.9 30 

70 - 79.9 8 

80 and. ov..r S_ 

TOTAL 2877 



66 
31 
83 
16 
2 



ne 



IJiuabor 



Ciimulr'tive 
Per Cont For Cent 



107 


3.5 


3.5 


392 


12.7 


16.2 


655 


21.3 


37.5 


270 


8.8 


46.3 


739 


24.0 


70.3 


446 


14.5 


84.8 


'167 


5.4 


90.2 


98 


3. 2 


93.4 


62 


2,C 


95.4 


70 


2.3 


97.7 


28 


0.9 


98.6 


30 


1.0 


99.6 


3 


0.3 


99.9 


3 


0.1 


100.0 



3075 



100.0 



Source: WA questionnaire returns, 6 concerns reporting. 

Tabulation by the Bureati of th>^ Census for the National 
R^cov._ry Administration Division of Research and Planning, 
Transnitted June 29, 1934. 



Q7A0 



-7S3- 

TO BE US.3D "TTI-: CAUTION 

COTTO'J GOiviPgESS Alu) TIAFtSHOUSr. ICTUSTTx 

Averfit-;e hourr ^ or.;ed per Vveek 03'- male Tvge ecrnerp in interior 
comijresses, i^ort coimresres pn€. '"'t-.reho'ir.es for -oerk period of 

19G2 





























■"^e hours_ 
~eek 




co- 


':?R:3ss]i 


:s 






".'AR^KOTJSSS 




Aver; 


Port 




Interior 






per r 


Srap- 


per Cent 


13111-3- 


Per Cent 


jmp- 


Per Cent 








loveec 


Actual 


Cumiil- 


•lo"'-ees 


Actual 


Cumul- 


lovees 


Actual 


Cumul- 




c under 






ative 






ative 






ative 


20 0: 


441 


12.4 


13.4 


1323 


12.5 


12.5 


134 


10.0 


10.0 


20.1 


to 


25 


115 


3.2 


15.5 


443 


4.2 


16.7 


49 


3.7 


13.7 


25.1 


to 


30 


120 


3.4 


19.0 


587 


5.5 


22.2 


40 


3.0 


15.7 


30.1 


to 


35 


94 


2.6 


21.6 


495 


4.5 


26.8 


102 


7i5 


24.3 


35.1 


to 


40 


191 


5.4 


27.0 


551 


5.3 


32.1 


115 


8.6 


32.9 


40.1 


to 


45 


190 


5.4 


32.4 


750 


7.1 


39.2 


55 


4.9 


37.8 


4-5.1 


to 


50 


401 


11.3 


43.7 


889 


8.3 


47.5 


171 


12.8 


50.5 


50.1 


to 


55 


423 


11.9 


55.6 


1092 


10.3 


57.8 


181 


13-. 5 


54.1 


55.1 


to 


50 


491 


13.8 


69.4 


1774 


16.7 


74.5 


308 


23.0 


87.1 


60.1 


to 


55 


458 


12.9 


82.3 


894 


8.4 


82.9 


98 


7;3 


94.4 


55.1 


to 


70 


157 


4.4 


85. 7 


594 


5.5 


39.4 


38 


2.8 


97.2 


70.1 


to 


75 


130 


3.7 


90.4 


553 


■ 5.2 


94.5 


23 


1.7 


98.9 


75.1 


to 


80 


177 


5.0 


95.4 


182 


1.7 


95.3 


2 


.1 


99.0 


Over 


80 




135 


4.5 


100 


392 


3.7 


100 


15 


1.0 


100 



Totals 3551 

SstrbliSiiments 

reoortinp; 24 



100 



10634 



197 



100 



1359 



172 



100 



Source: il.H.A. C^estionnaire returns. 

Re'oort prepared by Charles D. .^oiiannaji for the Division of 'i'.esearch and 
Planning of the Krtionrl ?.ecovery Administr; tion. 



9760 



Ti3LE oG8 

COTTON COflPf.lSS MB W;\i-.EI-:OUSE IrlDUST?.! 

COTTON COLJESSS - CITIES OF OVER 50,000 POPULATION 



CLASSIFIED WEEKLY HOUPS OF uOEK FOR WAGE EARITERS , 
PAYROLL WEEK PJiP^JESEKTATIVE OF 1932 PEAK PERIOD. 





Ma] 


.es 


Females 


All Rept 


Drted V/a 
Per 


Ci 


Srrners 


Hours 










ii'iTulative 


Worhed 


Number 


Per Cent 


Nui^ber 


Per Cent 


Number 


Cent 


Pi 


sr Cent 


20 hours or 


















less 


298 


16.5 


12 


15.3 


312 


16.6 




16.6 


20.1 - 25 


103 


5.7 


- 


- 


103 


5.5 




22.1 


25.1 - 30 


55 


3.0 


1 


1.3 


• 56 


3.0 




25.1 


30.1 - 35 


70 


3.9 


6 


7.7 


76 


4.0 




29.1 


35.1 - 'l-O 


102 


5.6 


2 


2.6 


104 


5.5 




34.5 


40.1 - 43 


75 


4.2 


1 


1.3 


76 


4.0 




38.5 


45.1 - 50 


114 


5.3 


10 


12.8 


124 


6.6 




45.2 


50.1 - DO 


123 


6.8 


6 


7.7 


129 


6.8 




52.0 


55.1 - 60 


338 


18.7 


27 


34.6 


3S5 


19.3 




71.3 


60. 1-55 


183 ' 


10.1 


- 


- 


183 


9.7 




81.0 


65.1 - 70 


104 


5.8 


2 


2.6 


lOS 


5.5 




85.5 


70.1 - 75 


113 


6.3 


10 


12.8 


123 


6.5 




93.1 


75.1 - 80 


28 


1.5 


1 


1,3 


29' 


1.5 




94.6 


Over 80 


101 


5.6 


- 


- 


101 ■ 


5.4 




100.0 


Total 


1,807 


100.0 


78 


100.0 


1,885 


100.0 




100.0 



Source: ITEA questionnaire returns; 21 establishments reporting. 

Tr.bulated by the Bureau of the Census for the National Recovery 
AdjTiinistra,cion Division of Research and Planning, June 25, 1934. 



9818 



-790- 

TABLE 0O3 

COTTOIT COli'iPRESS AITD ^VAFEHOUSE iroUSTRY 

COTTON COMPRESS - CITIES OP 15,000 to 50,000 POPULATIOl-I 

CLASSIFIED WEEKLY HOURS OP ^iOBK POR "WAGE EARNERS 
PAYROLL WEEK REPRESEIJTATIVE OP 1932 PEAK PERIOD 





)urs 

irked 


Ki 


ales 


Fen 
Number 

3 


lales 
Per Cent 


All Repi 
Niomber 


Drted Wage 
Per Ci 
Cent Pf 


Earners 


He 

Wc 


number 


Per Cent 
10.5 


imulative 
=r Cent 


20 hours or 
less 


204 


4.8 


207 


10.4 




10,4 


20.1 


- 


2: 


96 


5.0 ■ 


1 


1.6 


97 


4.9 




15.3 


25.1 


- 


30 


161 


rr 


- 


- 


161 


8.1 




23.4 


30.1 


- 


35 


82 


4.3 ■ 


- 


- 


82 


4.1 




27.5 


35.1 


- 


40 


109 


5.7 


5 


8.1 


114 


5.7 




33.2 


40.1 


- 


45 


253 


13.1 


7 


11.3 


260 


13.1 




46,3 


45.1 


- 


50 


210 


10.9 


15 


24.2 


225 


11.3 




57.6 


50.1 


- 


55 


176 


9.1 


5 


9.7 


162 


9.1 




65.7 


55.1 


- 


SO 


272 


14.1 


18 


29.0 


290 


14,6 




81,3 


60.1 


- 


65 


103 


5.3 


6 


9.7, 


109 


5.5 




86.8 


65.1 


- 


70 


83 


4.3 


- 


- 


83 


4.2 




91.0 


70.1 


- 


7o 


63 


3. .3 


1 


1.6 


64 


3.2 




9-,2 


75.1 


- 


30 


72 


3,7 


- 


- 


72 


3.6 




97.8 


Over 


80 


44 


2.3 


_ 


^ 


44 


2.2 




100.0 



Total 1,928 



100.0 



62 



100.0 1,990 100.0 



Source: I'^EIA questionnaire returns, 30 establishments reporting. 

Tabulated by the Bureau of the Census for the National Recovery 
Administration Division of Research and Planning, June 25, 1934, 



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TABLE 610 

COTTON COivIPEESS .U'D 'wAHEHOUSE INDUSTRY 

COTTON COVIPEESS - CITIES UFDEE 15,000 POPULATION 

CLASSIFIED WEEKLY HOL^S OF WOIJC FOR WAGE EARITERS , 
PAYROLL ,<F,EX REPRESENTATIVE OF 1932 ^EAJ. PERIOD 



-(»-- 



iviales Females Al l Re po rted './ age Earners 

Hours ~~ Per Ciimalative 

Worked Ilun-.ber Per Cent Nuinber Per Cent Number Cent Per Cent 



20 hours or 

less 826 12.0 9 

20.1 - 25 244 3.5 

25.1 - 30 371 5.4 

3 J. 1 - 35 . 343 5.0 

35.1 - 40 350 5.1 1 

40.1 - 45 422 6.1 16 

45.1 - 50 565 8.2 19 

50.1 - 55 793 11.5 11 

55.1 - 50 1,164 16.9 10 

60.1 - 65 608 8.8 11 

55.1 - 70 507 7.3 3 

70.1 - 75 377 5.5 2 

75.1 - 80 82 1.0 1 

Over 80 247 3.6 

■J^otrl 6,899 100.0 83 



10.8 


835 


12.0 


12.0 


- 


244 


3.5 


15.5 


- 


371 


5.3 


20.8 


- 


343 


4.9 


25.7 


1.2 


351 


5.0 


30.7 


19.3 


438 


6.3 


37.0 


22.9 


584 


8.4 


45.4 


13.3 


804 


11.5 


55.9 


12.0 


1,174 


15.8 


73.7 


13.3 


619 


8.9 


82.6 


3.6 


510 


7.3 


89.9 


2.4 


379 


5.4 


95.3 


1.2 


83 


1.2 


96.5 


- 


247 


3.5 


100.0 


100.0 


6,982 


100.0 





Source: i-IRA questionnaire returns, 146 establishments reporting. 

Ta'mlated by the Bureau of the Census for the National Recoveiy 
Acljraiaistration Division of Resuarch and Planning, June 25, 1934. 



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TIBLS 611 
C0?T01" C01'.'IP1SSS A:T) "TAREHOUSE IiDUSTRY 
T7a''EH0USE-CITIES OTZ!^. 50,000 POPULATIGT: 
CLASS 17 iS"D TJEEICLi HO'RS 0!? 702K FGl^ ¥AG-E EA31IERS 
PAY "OLL Tr:£I{ 3EP3ES3:'Ta'^I7E Oj' 1932 PEAK PERIOD 

¥aiS:e Earners 



4ours 
'3'orked 




65.1 and over (a) 

65.1 - 70 

70.1 - 75 

75.1 - 80 

Over 80 







Curaiilative 


i-J'un'oer 


Per Cent 


Per Cent 


27 


9.0 


9.0 


5 


1.7 


10.7 


3 


2.7 


13.4 


9 


5.0 


16.4 


19 


6.3 


22.7 


16 


5.3 


28.0 


64 


21.4 


49.4 


81 


27.0 


76.4 


27 


.9.0 


85.4 


40 


15.3 


98.7 


4 


1.3 


100.0 



rotal 300 100.0 



Source: ¥Rk questionnaire returns 16 establishnents reporting. Tabulated 

b-"- tne Eureau of the Census for the. ITational Recovery Administration 
Division of Hesearch and Plannln™, June 25, 1934. 

(a) These 4 vrage earners worked for 80 hours or more per week. 



9818 



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TA3LS 612 
COTTOIJ COI.IPHESS ALO mEE3I}USE IICDUSTRY 
WAREHOUSE - CITIES UIJDER 15,000 PCPUIATION 
CLASS lEIED WEEKLY EOURS OE WORK FOR WAGE EARiffiRS 
PAY ROLL WEEK EEPRSSEKTATI\rE OF 193? PEAK PERIOD 



Hours 
Worked 



20 hours or less 
20.1 - 25 
25.1 - 30 
30.1 - 35 ■■ 
35.1 - 40 
40.1 - 45 
45.1 - 50 
50.1 - 55 
55.1 - 50 
60.1 - 65 
65.1 - 70 
70.1 - 75 
75.1 - 80 
Over 80 

Total 



7age Earners, Male 



number 



Per Cent 



Cumulative 
Per Cent 



65 
34 
20 
56 
51 
23 
97 
54 

233 

53 

37 

22 

1 

9 

755 



8.6 
4.5 
2.6 
7.4 
6.8 
3.1 

12.8 
7.2 

30.9 
7.0 
4.0 
2.9 
.1 
1.2 
100.0 



8.6 
13.1 
15.7 
23.1 
29.9 
33.0 
45.8 
53.0 
83.9 
90.9 
95.8 
98.7 
98.8 
100.0 



Source: NPA questionnaire returns, 133 establishments re-oorting. 

Tabulated by the Bureau cf the Census for the National Recovery 
Administration, Division of Research and Planning, 
J\ine 25, 1934. 



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TASLE 613 

Cotton Compress and farehouse Industry 
Shifts and Shift HcmrG forked in & ffeek Sepresentatlve of Peak 
Period, 1929, 1932, 1933, by Size of City 



1929 1932 1933 

Tfluale Male Peoale llale Fsmale 

Ifts 1 shift 1 ahl/t 1 shift 1 shift 2 shifts 3 shifts 1 shift 2 shifts 



JToaber of Honrs 
forked per Shift 



Cotton Co^rvss — Cities under 1^,000 Population 



Under 6 hours 




. 


_ 


_ 


_ 




_ 


_ 


_ 


6- 6.9 




- 


. 


. 


. 




• 


. 


• 


7- 7.9 




- 


— 


• 


3 




« 


- 


- 


8 - 8.9 




Im£ 


- 


13 


^7 




13 


5,608 


23 


9 - 9.9 




7*5 


- 


1 


. 53»* 




3 


32 


U5 


10 - 10.9 




U,407 


90 


63 


»^,0l6 




30 


525 




11 - 11.5 




33 




- 


76 








- 


IS - 12.9 




6,0* 


- 


- 


382 




- 


li^ 


- 


Total 




90 


77 


5,7Ug 




U6 


6,299 


268 


IstaUlshaentl 


reporting 




112 






128 


















Cities under 


15,000 FopDlatlon 




Under 6 boara 




_ 






. 






_ 


6 


6 - 6.9 




1 






1 






3 


3 


7 - 7.9 




- 






- 






- 


- 


8- 8.9 




g 






1^^ 






558 


77 


9 - 9.9 








33 






5 


- 


10 - 10,9 




Ma. 






506 






108 


wm 


11 - 11,9 




29 






13 






1 


- 


12-12,9 




5 






7 






- 


Total 










w 






_ 


» 


■ 


9 

539 






10 

72". 






70^ 


86 


latatillihiienta 


reporting 




7H 






102 
















Cotton Coapi 


real - Cltlea 


of 15,000 to 


50,000 Popnlatlen 


8- 8.9 




226 




• 


307 




U 


1.796 


586 


9- 9.9 




^ 




- 


65 




• 






10 - 10.9 




1,3M 




ki 


1,211 




89 


- 


- 


11 - 11.9 




76 




— 


175 




- 


- 


- 


12-3^9 




110 




- 






- 


- 


- 


13 - 13.9 




122 




u 


- 




- 


- 


- 


Total 




1,987 




^ 


1.75s 




33 


1,796 


586 


lataUlBhments 


reporting 




27 






27 
















farehanae - 


Cltlea of 15 


,000 1 


to 50,00c 


1 Populatloa 




7- 7.9 




. 






. 






9 


- 


8 - 8.9 




> 






18 






328 


2 


9- 9.9 




87 






72 








- 


10 - 10,9 




29« 






182 






13 


" 


11 - U.9 




12 






- 








- 


Total 




337 






272 






350 


2 


lataUiataaenta 


report Ijic 




12 






21 
















Cotton Co^; 


ress - Cities 


orer 


50,000 Popnlatlsn 




8- 8.9 




520 




38 


53H 




3H 


1.999 




9 - 9.9 




280 




13 


98 




17 






10 - 10,9 




1.328 




?3 


927 




19 


59 




11 - 11.9 




87 




- 


- 




- 


• 




12 - 12.9 




287 




- 


156 




- 


— 




Total 




8.l|ll2 




7U 


1.715 




70 


2,058 




latatdlalmelita 


reportlof 




19 






20 


















Cities orer 


50,000 Popalatlsn 




Undar 6 




. 




_ 


« 




_ 


_ 




6- 6.9 




* 




m 


• 




« 


- 




7- 7.9 




-' 




- 


1 




* 


^f 




8- 8.9 




89 




1 


^ 




- 


196 




9 - 9.9 




22 




- 




1 


28 




10 - 10.9 




183 




1 


220 




- 


Ul 




11 - 11.9 








•• 


- 




- 


- 




Total 




lii 




2 


299 




1 


28U 




Zatabllafaaentt 


report lii£ 




9 






lU 









39 



133 



29 "t 



29 U 



26 



1,122 



1ft 



18 
19 



Sonrcel ISA qaeitionnalre ratnme, tabulated by the Boreau of the Ceneua for the National BecoTerjr Admlnlitratlon DlTlsioB of Baaearch and 
Planning, Jnne 25, I93U, 



9818 



-795- 

TO pE USED 'A'lTH CMJTIQN 

'COTrCM C0t^3lSSS AIvD .ArSHOUS^ i;tjusthy 

Average hourly earnings in interior coin-or esses, port comrirepses, 
and "''."rehouses for lona.k period of 1932 for male wage earners. 



Average 

Hourly 

Earnings 



C0i-.I?HESS3S 



Fort 



Employ- 
ees 



Per Gent 



Actun.l 



Cumul- 
ative 



inoerioi!'- 



Jm.'Dlov- 
ees 



Per cent 



Ac t-aa2 



GuTiul - 
ative 



Warehouses 



Employ- 
ees 



Per Cent 



Actur.l 



Cumul- 
ative 



Under lOd: 
lOfif to 14 
15d- to 19 
20i^ to PA 
2b^ to 29 
30<^ to 34 
35^ to 59 
40(# to 44 
-15^ to 49 
50 ?f to 54 
55^ to 59 
50^ to 69 
70;^^ to 79 
QOi^ or mo 



.9^ 
.9^ 
.9^ 
.9(f: 
.9^ 
.9^ 
.9^ 
.9^' 
.9(i 
.9(# 

.9(2? 

.9«^ 
re 



1 

51 

424 

1027 

8S0 

499 

516 

155 

154 

69 

81 

17 

]_ 

1 



.1 

1.5 

11.0 

26.6 

22. -2 

12.9 

13.4 

4.0 

4.0 

1.8 

2.1 

.4 

.1 

.1 



.1 
1.4 
12.4 
59.0 
61.2 
74.1 
87.5 
91.5 
95.5 
97.3 
99.4 
99.8 
99.9 
100 



211 

3648 

3791 

1927 

729 

221 

72 

1R 



1 
8 

4 



2.0 
34.2 
35.4 
18.1 
■6.9 
2.1 
■ .7 



.1 

.1 

1 



2.0 
35.2 
71.5 
89.7 
96.6 
98.7 
99.4 
99.5 
99.5 
99.7 
99 . 7 
99.8 
99.9 
100 



101 

396 

283 

306 

141 

32 

26 

31 

13 

2 



7. 
29. 
21. 
22. 
10, 



2.4 
1.9 
2.3 
1.0 
. 2 

.4 
.1 



7,5. 
37.0 
58.1 
81.0 
91.5 
93.9 
95.8 
98.1 
99.1 
99.3 
99.3 
99.7 
99.8 
100 



Totals 

Establish- 
ments report 
ing 



3856 



24 



100 



10,534 



197 



100 



1339 



17^ 



100 



Source: N.R.A. Q,uestionns,ire returns. 

Report prepared by Charles D. 3ohamian for the Division of Research and 
Planning of the National Recover:'- Administration. 



9760 



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TA3LE 615 
COTTOl^ C0I.IP2ESS AlID VfAIiEHCUSE IliDUSTRY 
COTTOH COI.PRESS - CITIES OF OVER 50,000 POPULATION 



CLASSIFIED HOlPiY E.:^JINC-S OF VifAGE EARNERS, 
PAYROLL WEEK REPPJISEHTATIVE OF 1932 PEAK PERIOD 



k 



Hourly 


Males 


:Females 


Ali_Rei 


orted 
Per 


Wa.i^e Earners 


Earnings 










Cu.iulaoive 


Cents Per Hour 


Number 


Per Cent 


Number 


Per Cent 


■Numb':~r 


Cent 


Per Cent 


Under 10 cents 


4 : 


. .2: 


45 


59.0 


50 


■ 2.6 


2.6 


10 - 1-1-.9 


515 


28.5- 


17 


21.8 


532 


28,2 


50,8 


15 ~ 19.9 


681 


37.7: 


15 


19.2 


696 


36.9 


67.7 


20 - 24.9 


282 


■ 15.6- 


- 


■ -. 


282 


15.0 


82.7 


25 - 39.9 


168 


9.3- 


- 


■ - 


168 


8.9 


91.5 


30 -'34.9 


118 


•6.5- 


:. 


■ -■ 


■ 118 


6.3 


97.9 


35 - 39.9 


31 


1.7 


- 


- 


31 


■ 1.6 


99.5 


40 - 44-.9 


5 


.3 


- 


: _ 


5 


.3 


99.3 


45 - 49.9 * 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


50 - 54.9 


- 


-■ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


55 - 59.9 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


60 - 69.9 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


70 - 79.9 


1 


.1 


- 


- 


1 


.1 


99.9 


80 and over 


1 


.1 


- 


- 


1 


.1 


100.0 


Total 


1,807 


100.0 


78 


100.0 


1,885 


100.0 


100.0 



Source: KRA questionnaire returns; 21 establishments re-oorting. 

Tabulated by the Bureau of the Census for the National Recovery 
Adjiiinistration Division of Research and Planning, June 25, 1934. 



9818 



-797- 

TABLE 616 

cotton coi.i'rzss aid 17aeeh0use industry 

co[:to:t coiviPHess - cities cf 15,000 to 50,000 population 

classified eoup.ly eahl^iitgs of wage eakges, 
payroll week eepeeseetati7e of 1932 ps^z period 



■ Hourly 




I'.' 


lal 


.es 




Fenrles 


All Rr 


ported 


Waft-e Earners 


Earnings 






Per 










Per 


Cui'nalative 


Conts Per He 


nir 


itonber 


Cent 


Numt 


)er 


Per Cent 


Nmuber 


■ Cent 


Per Cent 


Under 10 ce: 


Its 


12 




.5 


43 




59. -i 


55 


2.8 


2.8 


10 - 14.9 




675 




55.0 


13 




29.0 


693 


54.3 


37.6 


15 - 19,9 




715 




37.1 


- 




- 


716 


35.9 


73.5 


20 - ?,4.9 




oSO 




13.7 


1 




1.5 


3S1 


16.1 


91.5 


25 - ^9.9 




133 




6.9 


- 




- 


133 


6.7 


98.3 


30 - 3<:.9 




25 




1.3 


- 




- 


25 


1.3 


99.6 


35 - 39.9 




7 




.4 


- 




- 


7 


.4 


100.0 


Total 




1,228 




100.9 


62 




100.0 


1,990 


100.0 





Source: 1!HA questionnaire returns, 30 establishments reporting. 

Tabulated by the Bureau of the Census for the National Recovery 
Administration Division of Hesearch and Planning, June 25, 1954. 



9818 



-793- 

TABLE 617 
Cotton Co'TTrecs and Warehouse Industry 
Cotton Compress - Cities \inder 15,000 Population 

Classified Kourl'"^ Earning-s of Wage Earners 
Pay Roll Week Representative of 1932 Peak Period 





I.iales 


!'eraales 


All reported wage 


earners ' 


Hourly Earnings 


IJuraber 


Per Cent 


l-lumber 


Per 


lIumlDer 


Per Cent 


Cair:_-ativ 


Cents Per Hour 








Cent 






Per Ceht 


Under 10 cents 


195 


2.8 


70 


84.3 


265 


3.8 


5.8 


10 - 14.9 


' 2458 


35.6 ■ 


12 


14.3 


2470 


35.4 


39.2 


15 - 19.9 


2594 


34.6 


1 


1.2 


2395 


34.5 


73.5 


20 - 24.9 


1285 


18.6 


- 


- 


1285 


18.4 


91,9 


25 - 29.9 ■ 


428 


6.2 ■ 


- 


- 


428 


6.1 


98.0 


30 - 34.9 


78 


1.1 


- 


- 


78 


1.1 


99.1 


35 - 39.9 


34 


.5 


- 


" 


34 


.5 


99.6 


40 and over 


27 


.6 


- 


~ 


27 


.4 


100.0 


Total 


• 6899 


100.0 


83 


100.0 


6982 


10 .n 





Source: II.E.A, questionnaire returns, 146 estatlislunents reporting. Tabulo.ted 
by the Buxeau of the Census for the Ilatione-l Recovery Administration, Division 
of Research and Planning, June 25, 1934, 



9818 



-793- 
TA3LE 6lS 

cot:o"" coi.i°.R':ss .-ud -jjaEiiouss nrousTiY 

wAZShOUS-J-CI'^IZS OTJR 50,000 POPULATION . 
CLASSfP'rZD' HCTJ il.Y -ZAIC'LiC-S OP TTA&E SAPJERS 
Pay JOLL VflTK PEPPLSr^lTATI^rg OP 1932 PEAK: PERIOD 



^iourl^r '" ' TTa^e Earners, Male" 



Earnings Oa'iulative 

Cents Per ?Iour IT-am'ber Pei- Cent Per Cent 

'Jnder 10 cents _ ■ _ _ 

10 - 14. C 21 7.0 7.0 

15 - 19.9 S3 22.7 29.7 

20 - 24.9 IS-'i 44.7 74.4 

25 - 29.9 17 5.7 SO.l 

30 - 34.9 16 5.3 85.4 

35 - 39.9 10 . 3.3 88.7 

40 - 44.9 30 10.0 98.7 

45 - 49.9 3 1.0 . 99.7 

50 and over (a) 

50 - 54.9 1 .3 . 100.0 

Total 300 100.0 



Source: HTJl questionnedre reta:'ns, 15 establishnents reporting. Tabulated 

b-- the Bureai of the Censas for the ITa.tional Recovery Administration 
Division of Research and Plannin';', J-jne 25, 1C34. 

(a) This ma^-e earner received uet'.f^en 70 and 79.9 cents per hour. 



9818 



-BOO- 
TABLE 619 
COTTON COMPRESS Aiffi WAKEHDUSE INDUSTRY 
WAREHOUSE - CITIES OF 15,000 to 50,000 POPULATION 
CLASSIFIED HOURLY EARl'JINGS OF WAGE EARl^URS 
PAY ROLL WEEIC REPRESENTATIVE OF 1933 PEAIC PERIOD 



Hourly Earnings 




Males 




Females 










^Cumulative 
Per Cent 


Number_ 
Per Cent 




Cents Per Hour 


Nuin'ber 


Per Cent 




Under 10 cents 


2 


.7 


.7 


- 




10 - 14.9 


78 


27.5 


28.2 


5 




15 - 19.9 


37 


13.0 


41.2 


- 




20 - 24.9 


106 


37.3 


78.5 


- 




25 - 29.9 


22 


7.7 


86.2 


- 




30 - 34.9 


6 


2.1 


88.3 


- 




35 - 39.9 


15 


5.3 


93.6 


- 




40 - 44.9 


1 


.4 


94.0 


- 




45 - 49.9 


10 


3.5 


97.5 


- 




50 - 54.9 


1 


.4 


97.9 


- 




55 - 59.9 


- 


- 


- 


- 




60 - 69.9 


4 


1.4 


99.3 


- 




70 - 79.9 


- 


- 


- 


- 




80 and over 


2 


.7 


100.0 






Total 


284 


100.0 


5 


■- 





Source: llRk questionnaire returns, 93 establishments re-oorting. 
Tabulated by the Bureau of the Census for the National 
Recovery Administration, Division of Research and Planning, 
June 25, 1934. 



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TA3LE 620 



COTTOl ,COHPiGSS. Ail) TJAxiZHOlTSE IinJJSTRY 
¥A11EH0USI! - CITIES UlIDEH 15,000 P0PUL/.TI01I 
CLASSIFIED HOT'ELY E/JtinilGS 07 WAGE LA-HIjIRS 

Pa7 Eoll Week Eeyresenta.tive of 1932 Pen]: Period 



HoutI;^ Earnings 



Cents Per Hour 



Wage Sa.rners, Male 



Under 10 cents 
1- - 14.9 
15 - 19.9 
20 - 24.9 
25 - 29.9 
30 - 34.9 
35 - 59.9 
40 and over 







Cumulative 


i'umoer 


Per Cent 


Per Cent 


99 


13.1 


13.1 


297 


39.3 


52.4 


178 


23.6 


76.0 


65 


8.7 


84.7 


102 


13.5 


98.2 


10 


1.3 


99.5^ 


1 


.2 


99.7 


2 


.3 


100.0 



Total 



75.1 



100.0 



Source: iDA questionnaire returns, 133 establishments reporting. 
TatuJ-ated by the Burepu of the Census for the National 
Eecovery Administrc.tion Eivision of Research and Planning, 
•Jime 25, 1934, 



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■TABLE 621 

COTTON COIviPRESS AND WAREHOUSE Il'TDUSTRY 

WAREHOUSE - CITIES OVER 50,000 POPULATION 

CLASSIFIED vffiEKLY E.^JdMIlTCrS OF OFFICE EMPLOYEES 
PAYROLL VffiEK REPRESENTATIVE OF 193S PEAK PERIOD 



Weekly Earnings 



Nuiriber 



Under 5.00 
5.00 to 9.99 
10.00 to 12.49 
12.50 to 14.93 
15.00 to 17.49 
17.50 to 19.99 
20.00 to 24.99 
25.00 to 29.99 
CO. 00 to 34.99 
35.00 fixid over 



Total 



1 

2 
2 
4 

11 
1 
5 
4 
7 
9 

46 



Soui-ce: :~-A questionnaire retur/is, 11 estaL)lishments reporting. 
Tabulated by the Bureau of tne Census for the National 
Recovery Administration Division of Research and Planning, 
June 25, 1934. 



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-803- 
TXBIS, 622 

COTTOJ coiT.r.ss a:id WAHE'^OUSE^IUDMSTRY .,.„.. 

TAIGnC-JS'S-Ci^IES 0? 15,000 TO 50',d00'P0P"JLA.Ti0iT' 
CLASS IF :13D TJ^SKLY EA'^rilTGS 0? ■Q'^'IGS E'iPLOYEES 
PAY HOLL WUSE ?J]P3ES3rTATIVE OF 1932 PEAK PERIOD 



iTeekly Earnii-;s LToinber 
(dollars) . _^,_ 



Under 10.00 



10.00 to 12.49 
12.50 to M.9'J 



15.00 to 17.49 2 

17.50 to n.-19 3 

20.00 to 24.93 . - 1 

25.00 to 29.99 1 

30.00 to 34.99 1 

35.00 a:iA over ._ 3 



Totpl 24 



Source: IIRA questio:inaire ret.irn.s 'Ssta'blishr.ients reportin-'^, Ta'oulated 
Id-"- the J!-jreau of the Ceisils for the national Recover^' Atoinis- 
tration Division of 'leseprch and .Plannin.^, June 25, 1934. 



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-80U- 
TABLE 623 
COTTON COMPRESS AOT) WAREHOUSE INDUSTRY 
WAREHOUSE - CITIES UITDER 15,000 POPULA.TION 

CLASSIFIED WEEKLY EiiRI^NGS OE OFFICE EliIPLOYEES 
PAY ROLL WEEK REPRESENTATIVE OF 193.? PEAK PERIOD 



Weekly Earnings 
(dollars) 



Under 5.00 
5.00 to 9.99 
10.00 to 12.49 
12.50 to 14.99 
15.00 to 17.49 
17.50 to 19.99 
20.00 to 24.99 
25.00 to 29.99 
30.00 to 34.99 
35.00 and over 

Total 



■■umber 


Office Employees 

Ciiraulative 
Per Cent Per Cent 


1 


1.0 




1.0 


8 


8.3 




9.3 


15 


15.6 




24.9 


10 


10.4 




35.3 


13 


13.6 




48.9 


9 


9.4 




58.3 


8 


8.3 




56.6 


17 


17.7 




84.3 


6 


6.3 




90.6 


9 


9.4 




100.0 


96 


100.0 







Source; KRA, questionnaire returns, 66 establishments re-oorting. 
Tabulated by the Bureau of the Census for the National 
Recovery Administration, Division of Research and Planning, 
June 25, 1934. 



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tail::; Szh 

coTTor co'iTsiica aid xiasie^ks^ i:dustei 
coT^oiT c-TvIp5:-:gsj - cities or ovuh 50,000 

POPjTATIOIT 

CLAssi-isu wzTurr 'zizjiiKHs or o?vige eliplgtsls 

pa-- Zoll T/e3]: aenresentati-^re of 19S2 PeaJ: Period 



Weekl"/ !3ai-nings 
(dollars) 



Office Empl03'-ees 



I'-umlier 



Per Cent 



Cwiiilativo 
Per Cent 



Under 10.00 
10.00 to 12.49 
12.50 to 14.99 
15.00 to 17.4-9 
17.50 to 19.99 
20.00 to 24.99 
25.00 to 29,99 
30.00 to 34.99 
55.00 £uid over 



5 


3.0 


3.0 


8 


4.9 


7.9 


5 


3.1 


11.0 


18 


11.0 


22.0 


13 


7.9 


29.9 


29 


17.7 


47.5 


) 


18.3 


65.9 


56 


34.1 


100.0 



Totc.l 



164 



100.0 



So-urce: ilEA o^uestionuaire returns, 18 establishments reporting. 
Tabulated by the Bureau of the Census for the National 
Recoverj'- Administration Division of Research and Planning, 
Jmie 25, 1934. 



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TA.BLE 625 

COTTOi" OOlIPHnss; AlID TJAHZHOUSS IiJDUSTRY 
COTTOr CIMRHESSJ - CITIES OF 15,000 to 50,000 POPTJLATIOII 

CLiVssiFiEi) ^jli2[lt m:;U'I!'gs or or^iCE emplotees 

V&j Soil TTeek Representative of 1932 PeaJc Period 



Weekly Earnings 

(dollars) Nun'ber 



Under 5.00 

5.00 to 9.99 2 

10,00 to 12.49 2 

12.50 to 14,99 2 

15.00 to 17.49 5 

17.50 to 19.99 2 

20.00 to 24.99 7 

25.00 to 29.99 12 

30.00 to 34.99 6 

35.00 ajid over 14 

Total 52 



Source: ITEA. questionnaire returns, 20 establishments reporting. 
TabiiLated by the Bureau of the Census for the National 
Recovery Administration Division of Research and Planning, 
Juj-ie 25, 1934. 



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TABLS 626 

COTTOr CCiiJ".:;SS ^.1T3 TiAllZHOUSE IlIDUSTRY 
COTTON .C0JC?:i2S3 - CITIES Ul.DSia 15,000 POPUIATIOlvT 
CLASS iriZD i7SSir.:.Y S;J2J."IrO-3 0? OmCi; a;PLOY":ES ., 

pay Roll Wee!: Hepresentative of 19o2 Peal: Period - 



Weekly ii,arnings 
(dollars) 



iTumber 



Office Employees 



C'umulative 
Per Cent Per Cent 



Under 5,00 
5.00 to 9,99 
10,00 to 12.49 
12.50 to 14.99 
15.00 to 17.49 
1 .5:. to 19.99 
20.00 to 24.99 
25.00 to 29.99 
30.00 to 34.99 
35.00 and over 



3 


1.2 


1.2 


7 


2.7 


3.9 


18 


7.1 


11.0 


10 


3.9 


14,9 


45 


17 .-6 


32.5 


18 


7.1 


39.6 


37 


14.5 


54.1 


38 


14.9 


69.0 


22 


8.6 


77.6 


57 


22.4 


100.0 



Total 



255 



100.0 



Source: ilM questionnaire returns, 122 establishments reporting, 

Tatn.ilated by the Bureau of the Census for the ITational Re- 
covery Administration Division of Research and Planning, 
June 25, 1934. 



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-S03- 

TO ?rz U3"^D "■'iri-' CM'TICN 



Tc?,TDle 627 
Cottonseed Oil. P.e.fi'.iii: ;•' IncTustrv 





Clap si f 


ier 


Jji' 


.■•^ ~ 

-e 


' Hourc '"if 


^•To].o-;'-et' 


• ^^ 


'Jeelrly 














GLiT'ailative 


Hours 


IT-'Xiioe 


J.' 






?;3r C^rit 




Pe].' Cent 


Less than 20 


ry 








.1 




.1 


20 to 29.9 


13 








.8 




.9 


30 to 34.9 


5 








.2 




1.1 


35 to 59.9 


274 








11.8 




12.9 


40 to A4.9 


005 








34.7 




47.6 


45 to 49.9 


682 








29.3 




76.9 


50 to 59. G 


407 








17.5 




94.4 


60 o'r -lore 


129 








5.6 




100.0 


TotrJ. 


2,325 








100.0 







Source: i\6.:.Rtv^/ questionnaires, 26 concer'is reporti'^^, ta'bulated "bj 
tlie Eivision of Research and Planning, national Recovery 
Adninistra.tion Division of Research and. Planning:;. The 
GottonseedL Oil Refining Industr;'-, pre-^ared by Harry TJeiss, 
?eo. 7, 1934. 



9760 



-809- 

TC EZ USED '■■IT": C;i"TICI' 

Tatle 628 
Cottonseed Oil pLefininf: Industrj'- 
percentage of ;;,"!le a:id Fcialc ZTnctory Enployces at 
Specified Hourly Sarni;v;r. in the "orth 

and the South, Ju:-e 15. 1533 

hgle ?enale 

j^orth South ''orth South 



Under 10 cents 



10 to 19.9 


.4 


9.7 


20 to 24.9 


.4 


27.7 


25 to 29.9 


1.1 


15.5 


30 to 59.9 


8.5 


17.9 


40 to 49.9 


32.8 


16.8 


50 to 59.9 


34.2 


5.2 


50 to 79. 9 


20.1 


5.8 


80 or over 


2., 5 


1,5 



— 


7S.7 


37.5 


11.7 


30.4 


7.5 


50.4 


3.3 


1.8 


— 



Total 100.0 100.1 100.1 99.2 



Source: Industry questionnaires, 28 concerns reporting, tabulated by the 

Divirion of 2ese?.rch and Planning, i'ational Recovery Adninistration 
Division of Research and Planning. The Cottonseed Oil Hefining 
Inc-ustry, pre-iared by Harry TJeiss, Feb. 7, 1934. NuiT.ber of 

employees rtportsd; 2325; division of numbers by region and 

sex not available. 



;760 



-SIO- 

TO 32 us":d '""Te-i caution 
'2:.^h2 629 

CCTT0NS:3D OIL 1-G?IL'I.;C- IlSUSTTf 
Perceritp,.;-e of Cle^-ieAl i;!n:)lt;"'c;e!: pt Cln'Mified '.Teekly ^P.tes 
■y Slr-e of OitioG, Jxuie, 19o5 





Over 




2S0 , 000 


Under 


All 




500, 


000 




to 

500,000 


250,000 


Cities 


35 tO' 9.99 














•^10 to 14.99 








5.1 ■ 


5.S 


5. '3 


^V'> to 19.99 




21, 


,4 


9.3 ■ 


12.8 


10.3 


$20 to 34.99 




52, 


, 1 


22.9 


24.6 


24.2 


52s to 29.99 




10, 


,7 


IS. 9 


17.4 


17.5 


^30 to o4.99 




7, 


-| 


ia.6 


15.9 


15.5 


.333 to ::.9.99 




17. 


,9 


5.9 


14.4 


11.5 


i40 to 44.99 




7. 


,1 


7.6 


5.1 


4.6 


$45 Mid over 




5, 


,5 


13. S 


4.1 


8.9 



( 



Soiirce: Inoiistr' Q;aestionr?,.ires, 2('' concerns re^ortin^^, tabulated by 
the Sivirion of Hese,''.rca r,nd Flr.nning. Nntional ^ecovGi^r Administra- 
tion, Division of Research pnc Plrr.ning. The Cottonseerl Oil Refining 
Indus try. 

Prepared 'hy Harry "eiss, Feb. 7, 1934. N^^ber of employees reported not 

available. 



9760 



-211- TO E2 USED '7ITH CAUTION 

TA3LS 630 
EDI3L3. GiiLATIJE IlIDUSTRY 
Classified Wae.-.l.T Hoiu's of V.'or)-- for Pactory V/.-.^e Eprners 
Week Rei.resentative of 1932 Pejilr. Period. 











Factory 


Wa.-:e Earners 




Hoiirs 






Cumulative 


^.Vorked 




Male 


■ Female 


Number 


Per Cent 


Per Cent 


20 hours or 


less 2 


8 


10 . 


1.3 


1.3 


20.1 - 


25' 


3 


- 


3 


.4 


1.7 


2:-^..i , 


30 


3 


2 


5 


.6 


2,3 


30.1- - 


35 


8 


2 


10 


1.3 


3.6 


35.1 - 


40 


■90 


•-1 


92 


11.8 


15.4 


40.1 - 


45 


39 


9 


48 • 


6.1 


21.5' 


45.1 - 


50 


144 


16 


160 


20.5 


42.0 


50.1 - 


55 


141 


40 


181 


23.1 


65.1 


55.1 - 


60 


121 


23 


144 


18.4 


83.5 


60.1 - 


55 


73 


- 


73 


9.3 


92.8 


65.1 - 


70 


25 


- ■■ 


25 


3.2 


96.0 


70.1 - 


75 


11 


- ■' 


11 


1.4 


■97,4 


75.1 - 


80 


6 


" 


6 


.8 


98.2 


Over 8C 


) 


14 


- 


14 


1.8 


100.0 


TOTAL 


680 


102 


782 


100.0 





Source; NRA questionnaire returns, 9 establishments reporting. 
Tabulation b.y the Bureau of the Census for the National 
Recovery Administration, Division of Research and Planning 
May 16, 1934. 



-S12- 

TO B2 USI^D "IITR CALTION 

TABLE 631 

EDIBLE G-ELATIjCE ■ IimUSTRY 

Number of Factory Wage ■^larners "orking Specified Shifts and Shift-Hours 
Payroll ■^LCDrcsentative TTeek of Peak Period 



1939 

No. of Hours Male Female 

forked per Shift 1 Shift 2 Shifts 5 Shifts 1 Shift 2 Shifts 3 Shifts 



7 - 7.9 . - - - _ - _ 

8-8.9 9 . „ 544 66 - IQ 

9-9.9 39 - 34 49 •„ 

10 - 10.9 43 34 - _ _ _ 

11 - 11.9 - _ _ _ _ _ 



Totals 91 • 34 578 115 - 10 



7.9 



8.- 8.9 


7 


9-9.9 . 


32 


10 -10.9 


47 


11 -11.9 


- 


Totals 


86 



1932 



531 78 - 19 
29 5 - 



34 



7 - 7.9 


- 


8 - 8.9 


80 


9 - 9.9 


16 


10 - 10.9 


- 


11 - 11.9 


_ 


Totals 


96 



34 560 83 - - - .19 



1935 

91 • 5 - .,.-- 
476 85 - -''tS' 



567 90 - ■ • 18 



Source: HRA. Questionnaire Returns, 9 Establishments "Reporting. 

Tabulation by .The Bureau of The Census for. the National Recovery- 
Administration, Division of Research and Planning, May 16, 1934. 



9818 



-813- Tc y:. iis:]D "TIH cautiqi^ 



TABLE 632 



HDI3LE &3LilTIi:E IlliUSTRY, 



Classified Hourl;- 3.-'i'nin[2;s of Factor," '^nge Earners 
Weel: jle';U'^^se:;t;itive of 1932 Peak leriod. 



Hourly 






rectory 


Waee Earners 


E^irnings 










Cumulative 


Cents Per Hour 


iviale 


- Female 


Number 


Per Cent 


Per Cent 


Under 20 


- 


- 


- 


- 


'■- 


20 - 24.9 


. - 


4 


4 


.5 


.5.. 


25 - 29.9 


. 1 


39 


40 


5.1 


5.6 


30 - 34.9 


1 


45 


46 


5.9 


11:5 


35 - 39.9 ,.. 


55 


12 


67 


8.6 


20 ;i 


40 - 44.9 


143 


1 


144 


18.4 


" 38.5 


45 - 49.9 


158 


- 


158 


20.2 


58:7 


50 - 54.9 


150 


- 


150 


19.2 


77.9 


55- - 59.9 


72 


- 


72 


■9.2 


87.1 


60 - 69.9 ' 


55 


1 


56 


7:2' 


94.3 


70 - 79.9 


19 


- 


19 


2.4 


96.7 


80 and over 


26 


- 


26 


3.3 


100.0 



Total 



680 



102 



782 



100.0 



Source: ilPcA questionnaire returns, 9 establishments reporting. 

Tabulation 0,7 the Bureau of the Census, for the National 
Recovery Administration, Division of I^esearch and Plfinning, 
May 16, 1934. 



9818 



-8lU- 

TA3L3 633 
EDI"L3 GZLATnyS:il'TDUSTRY 
CLASSIFISD V/SaCLY 3A3iIIi7GS OF 05'3?IC3 3ll'L0Y32S 

YJeel: He-Ti'estinte.tivi^ of 1932 Fes.lc Period 



Weekly B'^.rnings 

(Dollars) llimiber 



Less tlian 5.00 — 
5.00 - 9.99 
10.00 - 12.49 

12.50 - 14.99 1 

15.00 - 17.49 8 

17.50 - IS. 99 . 4 

20.00 - 24.99 9 

25.00 - 29.99 ' 7 

30.00 - 34.99 12 

35.00 and over • 24 

Total " 65 



Source: K.E.A. questionnaire returns, 9 establishments re- 
porting. Tabulation by the Bureau of the Census for 
the national Recovery Adininistr^tion, Division of 
Research and Planning, May 16, 1934. 



-815- 



'::0 3E US2D "TTE CAUTTCn) 



SG'I A"0 POULTRY IITDUSTRY 
(Pacific Cop.st S.-ction) 
(1929 - 19oZ) 

Av„rag3 ■./joklj'- Hours. 



1929 



1932 



1933 





. ".alo ? 


omale 


rlc ]?. 


;nale 


Halo 


Female 


Candle rs c'; Gvr.d rs - Egg 


51 


44 


51 


42 


49 


44 


2T-.eii-Ts - Scg 


56 


46 


54 


46 


54 


46 


Pick-rs - Poultry - 














(hoarly b.-'sis) 


50 


43 


50 


42 


50 


42 


Pick-rs - Poultry - 














(pioc„ "ork basis) 


- 


44 


- 


43 


- 


31 


Poultry Scalornon 


45 


- 


49 


- 


49 


- 


Grad.rs c Packers - Poultry 


47 


48 


50 


- 


50 


48 


Stick -rs (Poultry I'lll-rs) 


49.6 


45 


50.5 


43--- 


50 


42.2 


Plant -For^m^n 


49 


- 


49 


- 


49 


- 


F^.oding Stp.tion - Porcrnjn 


59 


- 


59 


- 


52 


- 


Eoc^iving Room " 


50 


- 


51 


- 


50 


- 


Picking Room " 


51 


- 


51 


- 


50 


- 


Poultry Gradjr " 


55 


- 


55 


- 


52 


- 


S{;g Bri^nkinp Room " 


48 


- 


48 


- 


43 


- 


Office. Snr)loy-cs 


47 


46 


47 


46 


46 


45 


S-^-lusn^n 


50 


48 


49 


48 


49 


48 


Connon Laborors 


48 


45 


45 


41 


46 


41 


'Jatchnon 


57 


- 


59 


- 


55 


- 


Doliv^-ryraon 


51 


- 


50 


- 


50 


- 


Truck Lriv-rs <£: Ansistrnts 


50 


- 


50 


_- 


49 


- 


Engineers 


48 


- 


48 


'- 


48 


- 


'"jpair & liaint'-n.'^nco ra.-;n 


48 


- 


48 


- 


48 


- 


Plnnt SuD rint'-.ndGnts 


48 


_ 


48 


- 


48 


- 



Qu stionnaircs received f-on 12 ru-oroscnt.-^t ivo memb.^rs of the 
Pacific States Butter, Egg, ChoL,se and Poultry Association, 
San Francisco, Cplif. ITntional Recovery Adninistrrtion 
Division of Research -nd Planning. "Preliminary rcnort of the 
Egg and Poultry Industry (Pacific Slorje), pr enared hy 
J. A. Lucas, May 23, 1934. 



9760 



-81 6 



■TABLE 635( TO 33 US^D "ITII CAUTION) 



E--G- jy.' - FOULTTf IV-iHSTRY 
(pr.cific Coast Section) 

'•iniimam Hoiirly Wage 



19; 


39 


1933 
;j^le 


.■Fen-^le 


19 

Hcle 


'33 


I'C'.lo 


?3male 


Female 


4-8. vJ 


31ii 


37o* 






30r* 


38{^ 


P.B^- 


32 


30 


37 






23 


,34 


,18 


45 


34 


43 






34 


43 


30 



Candlcrs £; Grr/lers - 

irenkcrs - E;',e 

Pickers - Poultry 
(hourly basis) 

Ficl:ers - Poultry - 28 - 27 

(jiiece work b^sis) 

Poultry Sc"lcmen -!-7 - 43 ■ - 42 

Graders & P .ckers 43 43 39 - , . 47 

Poultry ' , ' 

": tickers (poiiltry Killers )4-3 - 44 - .. 41 

Pl-ait - IToreman 63 - ' 57 - 55 

PccdiiY- Station -foreman 56 - 53 - 60 

Peccivina Room - "' 57-bO - 46 

Pickin^; Room - » 35 - 35- - 35 



.i'j 



Poul-tr^?- Grader - 


II 


60 


- 


50 


- 


37 


- 


Eag Brcakinr; Room- 


It 


50 


- 


41 


- 


55. 


- 


Office Enrpldyces 




i'.'-> 


31. 


38 ■' 


' 51 


40 

1 


31 


S^.lesmen 




63 . 


63 ■ 


[j7 


56 


49 


56 


Coimon Liborcrs 




34 


30 


54 


27 


35 


■■27 


■.■■-.tcl'iraen 




38 


- 


34 


- 


34 


- 


Le.liveryrden 




45 


- 


41 


- 


41 


- 


Truck r.rivers £= As 


sts. 


53 


» 


50 


» 


52 


„ 


Lnaineers 




65 


- 


58 


- 


58 


- 


Repair &. iinintonance lien 


53 


- 


55 


- 


53 


- 


Plant Suoerintende 


nts 


57 


- 


46 . 


- 


50 


- 



Source: Questionnaire received fr:;n 12 represent-.tive ;iem'jfers of the 

P.acific States Putter, EcSi Cheese and Poultry Association, San 
Francisco, Cp.lif. I'-.tional Recovery Administration Division of 
Research c:,nd. Planning, prcliniivary report of the Egg ;.nd Poultry 

nr,rrs Industry (Pacific Slope), prepared 'by J. A. Lucas, May 23, 1934, 

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TABLE 030 
ECC- AlTD POUL'ir.Y inUSTHY 
(F'^.cific Coast Section) 
(19.-39 - 1953) 
Av^r.^.gG Hourly Uv.ge 



1929 



1932 



1933 



iir.le Fcnale i.iale li'em'^.le Mc.le Female 
Candler s L Gradors-JC^^- S,54 S .39 $ .41- t .35 $ .43 $ .33 



Brcakei-s -.E.':;; 


.36 


.31 


P i eke r s -F oul t ry 






(hourly basis) 


.46 


.34 


Pickers - Poultry 






(piece work basis) 





.35 


Poultry Sc,;ilcrnen 


.52 




Graders & Packers- 


.47 


.43 


Poultry 




• 


Stickers (poultry 


.43 





Killers) 






Plant - Porem-'ji 


.75 






Feeo.in;; St:.tion-]?drem-an .54 
Heceivin^ Station - " .5S 
Picking Room - ' " 
Poultry Gr.der ' " 
E'g areakinf; Hoom " 
Dffice ""mployees 



.38 
.62 
.60 
.56 
.73 



Stalcsmcn 

Conmon Lc""borers .52 

'JTatclTrucn .52 

■I)e liverymen .59 

Truck ar'ivcrs & Assts. .64 

Engineers .75 

Repair U ; Maintenance Ka .63 

Plant Su perintenucnts .85 



.46 



.39 
.45 

.49 

.00 

.47 
.56 
.53 
.51 
.35 
.51 
.46 



,55 


.69 


.32 


.45' 





.46 





.46 




.59 





.69 




.56 





.71 



.30 



.31 



.36 



.34 .45 



.48 
.45 
.45 
.61 
.60 
.50 
.35 
.43 



.40 


.53 


.55 


.68 


.32' 


.■44 





.45 





.51 





.55 


--- , 


.69 





.55 





.72 



.29 



.34 



.31 



.34 



.41 

.48 
.30 



Source: viucstionaaires received from 12 representative rv.niocrs of the 

Frcific States Butter, E-.a- and Cheese and Poultry Association, 
San' rraucisco, Calif. 1' ticnal Recovery Administration Division 
of Rcsea.rch and Plannin,"-. Preliminary report of the Ea.^: and 
Poultry Industry (Pacific Slope), prepared hy J, a. L\icas, 
May 23, 1934. 



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TA3I^ 637 

T^Crr A'^ POULT?" I"nTrST"RY 
(Pacific Coast Section) 
19?9~193o 
Average 'Weekly '.'age 



1929 
!>,le female 



i9r^2 

Male Fe'iP.le 



1953 
Mple Fenale 



$27.54 $17.16 $20.91 :1'.14.70 $21.07 $18.92 



20.16 14.26 
23.00 14.62 

14.52 

23; 40 

22.09 20.64 

21.07 



21.05 

22.50 



24; 01 

13.00 

23.03 



13.80 
14.28 

13.53 



19.44 13.34 
22.50 14.28 

13.33 

25.52 

22.50 16.32 

22.05 



Candler s l^ Gr ■Aiders - 

2ffe 
Breahers - Egg 
Pickers-Poultry 

(hourly' ofisis) 
Pickers-Poultry 

("oioce work basis) 
Poultry Scaleraen 
Graders <. Pp.cknrs - 

Poultry 
Stickers (Poultry- 

]';illers') 
Plant - Porer.en 
Feeding Station -' 

Foremen 
R;c:ivin^.; Room - 

lU'or^raen 
Picking Room - 

Poultry Gi^adcr - 

Por.'^rajn 
Egg Breaicing Room - 

Eororaen 
Offico EnTDloyefs 
Salesmen 
Comnon Laborers 
V/atchriien 
Delivcrynen 
Truck Drivers £c 

Assistants 
Engineers 
Re-oair & I in intenarice 

i.1 jn 
Pl^nt Sup..-rint.:ndents 



Source: '^iiostionriaircn roceiv d from 12 reiDr'.-, scn't.tive members of the 
-Pacific Coast Butter, Egg, Cheese and Poultry Association, 
San Francisco, California, national Recovery Administration 
Division of Rcsoarch and Plpjining. Proliminary report of 'the 
Egg and Poultry Industry (Pacific 'Sloue) , prupnrcd by 
J. A. Lucas, liay 23, 1934. 



36.75 


— 


32.34 


— 


29.39 


— 


31.36 




31.27 


-- 


31.20 


— 


29.00 




26.01 


~ 


25.00 


— 


19.38 




17.85 


-- 


17.50 


~ 


34.10 




28.05 


_: 


22.36 


__ 


23.80 




22.08 


~ 


18.72 


— 


26.32 


21.16 


25.38 


18'. 40 ' 


24.38 


18.45 


36.50 


26.88 


33.81 


26.40 


18.45 


23.04 


24.96 


14.40 


20.25 


13. 12 


20.24 


12.30 


29.64 


— 


27.14 


— 


24.75 


— 


30. 09 




23; 00 


-'- 


25.50 


— 


32.00 


~ 


29.50 


— 


26.95 


— 


36'. CO 


— — ' 


33. 12 


„'„ 


33.12 


— _ 


30.24 


--■ 


26.88 


-■- 


26.40 


— 


58.30 


-T-' 


34.08 


_■_ 


34.56 


— 



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