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D Withheld to avoid disclosure of figures for individual companies.
1 Beginning 1962, not strictly comparable with figures for earlier years due to difference in coverage. Includes "Other paperboard," not shown separately.
Beginning 1960 "Folding boxboard" includes "Solid bleached chemical board, except special food board and bleached liner board"; prior to 1960, this grade was reported under "Other bending board."
Source: Dept. of Commerce, Bureau of the Census; Current Industrial Reports, Series M26A.
No. 995. NEWSPRINT-PRODUCTION, STOCKS, CONSUMPTION, Imports, and Price: 1940 TO 1966
1 Excludes Alaska and Hawaii, except as noted.
As reported by publishers accounting for about 76 percent of total newsprint consumption in 1966.
Based on reports of the Bureau of the Census. Includes Alaska, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico. Source: Dept. of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics. Standard newsprint, rolls, contract, delivered to principal ports. Annual averages; prior to 1950, represents New York price for rolls.
Source: Dept. of Commerce, Office of Business Economics (except as noted); based on data from the American Newspaper Publishers Association, New York, N. Y., and The Newsprint Service Bureau, New York, N.Y. Monthly data in Survey of Current Business.
This section presents statistics relating to quantity, value, species, and disposition of fish caught for commercial purposes, and to fishery products. The principal sources of such data are the annual report, Fishery Statistics of the United States, and the monthly and annual bulletins in the Current Fishery Statistics series published by the Fish and Wildlife Service of the Department of the Interior.
The Fish and Wildlife Service conducts annual surveys of the fishery industries. Results from the surveys include data on the quantity and value of the catch of individual species of fish, employment in fisheries, gear operated, fishing and transporting craft used, employment in wholesale and manufacturing establishments, and the volume and value of production of manufactured fishery products. In addition, the reports include data on imports, exports, freezings, and cold storage holdings of fishery products; and monthly landings in most coastal States, and in Ohio, Michigan, and Wisconsin. Information is also collected covering shad fisheries of the Hudson and Potomac Rivers; alewife fisheries of the Potomac; seed oyster fisheries; Pacific Coast halibut fisheries; New England offshore fisheries; South Atlantic and Gulf shrimp fisheries; the fur seal industry of the Pribilof Islands; and the Pacific Coast whaling industry.
The first comprehensive survey of fisheries and fishery industries of the United States was made for the year 1880, although it did not include the Mississippi River and its tributaries. A complete survey of the United States was conducted in 1908 by the Bureau of the Census and again in 1931 by the Bureau of Fisheries, then in the Department of Commerce. Various sections of the country have been surveyed from time to time. A complete survey of all sections, including manufacturing and wholesaling operations, was made for 1950. Beginning in 1954, complete data have been collected annually, except for a portion of the Mississippi River and its tributaries in 1961.
A report on the 1963 Census of Commercial Fisheries was released by the Bureau of the Census in 1966. It presents statistics on the number of commercial fishing operators, receipts from fishing activities, employment, vessels operated, value of catch, and fishing gear.
Historical statistics.-Tabular headnotes provide cross-references, where applicable, to Historical Statistics of the United States, Colonial Times to 1957. See preface.
FISHERIES-QUANTITY AND VALUE OF CATCH: 1930 To 1966 [Prior to 1950, excludes Hawail. See also Historical Statistics, Colonial Times to 1957, series L 110-111)
1 Manufactured into meal, oil, fish solubles, homogenized condensed fish, shell products, and used as bait and animal food.
Source: Dept. of the Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service; annual report, Fishery Statistics of the United States.
FISHERIES-EMPLOYMENT, FISHING CRAFT, AND ESTABLISHMENTS: 1950, 1960, AND 1965
FISHERIES-FISHERMEN, FISHIng Craft, and CATCH, BY AREAS: 1965 [See Historical Statistics, Colonial Times to 1957, series L 110-123, for data on quantity of catch]
Source of tables 997 and 998: Dept. of the Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service; annual report, Fishery Statistics of the United States.
Represents zero. NA Not available.
1 Includes catches of shellfish and miscellaneous marine products such as sponges, frogs, and turtles. Represents commercial fishermen who filled income tax returns as self-employed businessmen. Each return was counted as an operating unit.
Gross receipts by legal form of organization are as follows: Individual proprietors, $119,410,000; partnerships, $43,333,000; corporations, $113,178,000; cooperative associations, $661,000; and other (including joint ventures, estate administrators, and trusteeships), $532,000.
Source: Dept. of Commerce, Bureau of the Census; Census of Commercial Fisheries, 1963.
1 West North Central includes Iowa, Missouri, North Dakota, and South Dakota; Mountain includes Idaho and Utah. Such data not shown separately to avoid disclosure of individual operations. Source: Dept. of Commerce, Bureau of the Census; Census of Commercial Fisheries, 1963.
No. 1001. FISHERIES-CATCH AND VALUE OF PRINCIPAL SPECIES: 1950 To 1966 [Catch in millions of pounds; value in millions of dollars. Prior to 1960, excludes Hawaii]
1 Excludes landings of tuna by U.S. vessels in Puerto Rico.
Source: Dept. of the Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service; annual reports, Fishery Statistics of the United States and Fisheries of the United States.
No. 1002. FISHERIES- QUANTITY AND VALUE OF CATCH, BY STATES, AND CATCH OF PRINCIPAL SPECIES, BY AREAS: 1940 To 1965
[Catch in thousands of pounds; value in thousands of dollars. Values represent the value of fish to fishermen. See also Historical Statistics, Colonial Times to 1957, series L 114–154]