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Item 11 - INVENTORIES OF THIS ESTABLISHMENT
INVENTORIES AND ACQUISITION OF FIXED ASSETS
Type of inventory
a. Finished products
c. Materials, supplies,
d. TOTAL INVENTORIES
a. New structures and new additions to
b. New machinery and new equipment
c. Used structures
d. Used machinery and used equipment
e. TOTAL FIXED ASSETS ACQUIRED
Section IV-MATERIALS, FUELS, ELECTRICITY, AND CONTRACT WORK; MANUFACTURING PROCESSES
(Enter on line 7 the total cost of materials, parts, components, containers, supplies, etc., consumed during 1975 (same as item 13a). Then
(Describe briefly, in the space provided below, the principal processes used in producing the articles made by this establishment. For each process shown,
(Enter below, on line 15, the value of shipments and receipts of this establishment in 1975 from products manufactured, services, and other receipts.
Exhibit 111-4-1. CENSUS OF MANUFACTURES, ESP-1 (LONG FORM)--Continued
INSTRUCTIONS FOR COMPLETING THE 1975 CENSUS OF MANUFACTURES FORM
For purposes of the Census, a manufacturing establishment is defined as a
Please note that establishments engaged in the following activities are also considered to be manufacturing for the purposes of this Census: Poultry dressing; milk pasteurizing and bottling; seafood, fresh, packaged, or frozen; apparel jobbing and contracting: logging camps and logging; sawmills; printing: publishing book, magazine, periodical, etc.; manufacturing and delivering ready-mixed concrete; machine shops, including those operating on a job order basis; job casting, stamping, machining, plating, galvanizing, polishing materials owned by others, etc.; ship and boat repairing.
In completing this report, a limited amount of prorating or estimating is acceptable if book records are not readily available. Include all the activities
conducted within the establishment: e.g., manufacturing, fabricating, processing, and assembling; maintenance of plant and equipment; receiving, shipping, warehousing, storage; research; recordkeeping; health, safety, cafeteria, and other services.
Each report should cover the calendar year 1975. However, a report is required even if the establishment operated only part of the year. If your book records are not on a calendar year basis, carefully prepared estimates will be acceptable. If reporting on a calendar year basis will require considerable additional costs, and your fiscal year covers at least 9 months of the calendar year 1975 (ie., ends between September 30, 1975 and March 31, 1976) you may report on a fiscal year basis. However, all employment, payroll, and manday figures should relate to the calendar year rather than the fiscal year.
In the certification, enter the exact dates of the period covered by the report. If the ownership changed during the year, complete the report only for that part of 1975 which your company owned and operated the establishment. Report in item 5 the appropriate information on changes in ownership or operations.
Items 1-5. SEE INSTRUCTIONS ON FORM.
Items 6 and 8. PERSONS ENGAGED (Exdude homeworkers) Working proprietors and active partners All individual proprietors and partners who are actively engaged in the work of the establishment. Managers and directors working for pay should be reported with "All other employees." Unpaid family and other unpaid workers - Members of the family and other persons (living in the household of any of the proprietors) working at least onethird of the normal working time without regular pay for the work done. Production workers (operatives) Workers (up through the working foreman level) engaged in fabricating, processing, assembling, inspection, receiving, storage, handling, packing, warehousing, shipping (but not delivering), maintenance, repair, janitorial, watchman services, product development, auxiliary production for plant's own use (e.g., power plant), record keeping, and other services closely associated with these production operations. Exclude supervisory employees above working foreman level.
All other employees - Administrative, technical, clerical, and all other paid employees, except operatives. Examples are salaried managers and directors, research workers, clerks, typists, bookkeepers, administrative supervisors, salesmen, etc.
Item 7. PAYROLLS
Include all payments, whether in cash or in kind, made by the employer in connection with work done, to production workers (operatives), and to all other employees (see definition above). Exclude payments made to homeworkers, which should be included in item 13g. Include all salaries, wages, commissions, bonuses, cost-of-living allowances, paid vacation and paid sick leave, employee contributions to social insurance and taxes, and the value of payments in kind, such as goods, lodging, food, and clothing. Do not include contributions to social insurance paid by the employer, nor pension payments.
Item 9. SUPPLEMENTAL LABOR COST NOT INCLUDED IN PAYROLLS Legally required (including social insurance) — Report payments for programs required under National (Providencia) or provincial legislation such as social insurance, unemployment compensation, workmen's compensation,
Payments for voluntary programs Include all programs not specifically required by legislation whether initiated by the employer or established as a result of a labor contract. For programs financed jointly by employer and employee contributions, include only the employer payments. Include employer payments for (a) insurance premiums on hospital and medical plans; (b) life insurance premiums, and (c) premiums on supplementary accident and sickness insurance. In reporting payments for insurance, report net payments, i.e., gross payments less any offsetting dividends, refunds or other reduction in premiums.
Include also payments or allocations: (a) on all pension plans regardless of method of administration, (b) on supplemental unemployment compensation plans, (c) on welfare plans, (d) on stock purchase plans, and (e) on deferred profit-sharing plans.
Exclude expenditures not of the type listed above such as losses on company operated cafeterias and snack bars, cost of in-plant medical services, cost of free parking lots, discounts on employee purchases, cost of uniforms and other work clothing supplied to employees, and similar expenditures.
Item 10. SEE INSTRUCTIONS ON FORM.
Item 11. INVENTORIES OF THIS ESTABLISHMENT
Inventories should be reported at approximate current costs, if feasible; otherwise at book values. It is important that inventories be reported on a comparable basis at the beginning and end of the year.
▷ Item 12. ACQUISITION OF FIXED ASSETS DURING YEAR (Exclude land) Include all cost actually incurred during 1975 chargeable to the fixed assets (capital) accounts and of the type for which depreciation or amortization accounts are ordinarily maintained. (These are physical assets expected to have a productive life of more than one year.)
Item 12a. NEW STRUCTURES AND NEW ADDITIONS TO THIS ESTABLISHMENT (Exclude land)
Report total cost during the year for new construction, major alterations, capitalized repairs, and improvement of buildings (whether purchased from others or done by your own labor force). Include all new elevators, cranes, heating and ventilating equipment essentially a part of the buildings, other fixed structures (such as blast furnaces, brick kilns, fractionating towers, shipways, and similar types of structures), and site improvements (such as roads, docks, tracks, parking lots, fences, utilities).
Item 12b. NEW MACHINERY AND NEW EQUIPMENT (Include transport equipment)
Report total cost at this establishment for new production machinery and equipment and other new machinery and equipment (whether purchased from others or made by your own employees). Include replacements as well as additions to capacity. Include all new motors, lathes, punch presses and similar machinery and equipment for use in production, as well as all new office machines and fixtures, furniture, cafeteria and dressing room furnishings, automobiles and trucks, and other similar equipment. Report value of capitalized improvement and repairs to machinery and equipment. Include all newly imported machinery and equipment whether or not they were used before being imported.
▷ Item 12c. USED STRUCTURES
Report total expenditures at this establishment for old or existing structures acquired from others.
▷ Item 12d. USED MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT
Report second-hand equipment acquired from others. Include at approximate market value machinery or equipment transferred from other plants of your company.
Item 13. COST OF MATERIALS, FUELS, ELECTRICITY, ETC.
Report total cost of the materials, parts, components, etc., actually consumed or put into production during the year.
Cost is delivered cost i.e., the amount paid or payable after discounts and including freight and other direct charges incurred by the establishment in acquiring the materials.
Include all materials, etc., received for consumption; i.e., purchases from other companies, transfers from other establishments of your own company, withdrawals from inventories. Report materials, etc., received from other establishments of your company at estimated market value.
If the establishment produces items subsequently consumed in further production, report cost of original materials consumed only.
Item 13. COST OF MATERIALS, PARTS, COMPONENTS, CONTAINERS, ETC., CONSUMED
The delivered cost figures should cover all raw materials, containers, scrap, supplies, etc., which were. (1) put into production, (2) used as operating supplies, (3) used in repair and maintenance. Item 13a should be consistent with the data in item 16.
Include all raw materials, such as sugar cane, yarn, cloth; all parts and components, such as buttons, zippers; all containers, such as sacks, cartons, cans, and all supplies, such as needles, lubricants, nails, etc. For materials, parts, etc., transferred from other establishments of this company, report the approximate commercial value as received.
Include also cost of materials owned by you but consumed by other companies to make products for your establishment under contract. (The value of these products should be reported in item 18.) Amounts paid to other companies for such contract work should be reported on line 13f and should include freight in and out.
Exclude materials, supplies, machinery, and equipment which were used in the construction of new structures or additions to your plant, or new machinery and equipment, and which are chargeable to fixed assets accounts. Exclude products purchased and resold without further manufacture or processing or assembly; their cost should be included in item 13b.
Item 13b. COST OF PRODUCTS BOUGHT AND RESOLD
Report the cost of all products bought and resold in the same condition as when purchased and not made part of another product manufactured by this establishment. (Total sales value of all products resold is to be reported in item 18 on the line for resales.)
Item 13c. COST OF FUELS CONSUMED
Report the total amount actually paid or payable during the year for all fuels consumed for heat, power, transportation, or the generation of electricity. Do not include the estimated cost of fuels, such as sawdust or blast furnace gas, produced as a by-product of your manufacturing activities.
Item 13d. COST OF PURCHASED ELECTRICITY
Report the total amount actually paid or payable for electric energy purchased during the year from other companies, or received from other establishments of your company. Exclude the value of electricity gener
ated and used at this establishment.
Item 13e. SEE FORM.
Item 13f. COST OF MANUFACTURING CONTRACT WORK DONE FOR YOU BY OTHERS ON YOUR MATERIALS (Exclude payments to homeworkers)
If any contract work was done by others on materials furnished by your establishment, report the total payments made during the year for such work, including freight out and in. Exclude the cost of materials worked on, which should be included in item 13a.
Item 13g. PAYMENTS TO HOMEWORKERS
Report payments to persons living in households performing manufacturing work on your materials.
Item 14. ELECTRICITY PURCHASED, GENERATED, AND SOLD Items 14a and 14c are self-explanatory. Electricity generated in this establish ment (item 14b) should be a gross quantity (for own use and for sale) less generating station use.
Item 15. FUELS CONSUMED
See instructions for items 13 and 13c. Do not include: (1) fuels produced and consumed in this establishment or (2) fuels purchased as raw materials to be reported under items 13a and 16, or (3) fuels converted to other fuel forms.
In item 15a include all forms of coal (anthracite, bituminous, and lignite).
In item 15b include all grades of fuel oil (distillate and residual), diesel type fuel oil, gas-enrichment oil, etc.
Items 16-21. SEE INSTRUCTIONS ON FORM.
FORM ECP.14) (6-30-783
Production workers (operatives) - Workers (up through the working foreman level) engaged in fabricating, processing, assembling, inspection, receiving, storage, handling, packing, warehousing, shipping (but not delivering), maintenance, repair, janitorial, watchman services, product development, auxiliary production for plant's own use (e.g., power plant), record keeping, and other services closely associated with these production operations. Exclude supervisory employees above working foreman level.
Item 6 PERSONS ENGAGED AND PAYROLL DURING THE WEEK ENDED NEAREST NOVEMBER 15, 1975
(Enter the number of different persons engaged and payroll during the week ended nearest November 15, 1975. If payroll is for period other than a week, adjust figures to a 1-week basis.)
All other employees Administrative, technical, clerical, and all other paid employees, except operatives. Examples are salaried managers and directors, research workers, clerks, typists, bookkeepers, administrative supervisors, salesmen, etc.
Include all payments, whether in cash or in kind, made by the employer in connection with work done, to production workers (operatives), and to all other employees (see definitions above). Exclude payments made to homeworkers, which should be reported in item 13c. Include all salaries, wages, commissions, bonuses, cost-of-living allowances, paid vacation and paid sick leave, employee contribution to social insurance and taxes, and the value of payments in kind, such as goods, lodging, food, and clothing. Do not include contributions to social insurance paid by the employer, nor pension payments.
a. Production workers (operatives)
(Describe briefly, in the space provided below, the principal processes used in producing the articles made by this establishment. For each process shown, be sure to indicate whenever hand processes are used. (Examples of such descriptions would include: stemming and drying cigar leaf tobacco (hand); weaving wool yarn for carpets; upholstering wood household furniture (hand); bottling carbonated beverages; knitting cotton yarn into gloves and sweaters (hand).)
Section V SHIPMENTS AND RECEIPTS
Item 18 - VALUE OF SHIPMENTS AND RECEIPTS OF THIS ESTABLISHMENT DURING 1975
(Enter below in the space provided on line 9, the total value of shipments and receipts of this establishment in 1975 from products manufactured, services,