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1964 CENSUS OF AGRICULTURE-Continued
crops harvested from irrigated land; and nursery, greenhouse, and forest products produced and sold.
Vol. II. U.S. Summary. Presents summary of data given in Volume I for the U.S. and by region (available early in 1968).
Vol. III. Special report (available early in 1968) presents data obtained in special sample surveys for the year 1965 for persons working on farms and hours of work, by age and sex of worker, by type of farm; income of farm operators by source; farm expenditures for automobiles, motor trucks, tractors, farm machinery, insecticides, fungicides, and herbicides; quantity of gasoline, diesel fuel and other petroleum products purchased by farmers; number and characteristics of new buildings constructed on farms, 1963-1965, and debts of farm operators and owners of farm land, by source and type of loan.
1963 CENSUS OF BUSINESS
Vol. I. Summary Statistics. Data by kind of business on sales and employment
Vol. II. Area Statistics. For each State, the District of Columbia, the United States,
Vol. III. Major Retail Centers. Data for each of 116 standard metropolitan statistical areas and a U.S. summary. Data also shown for central business districts in cities of 100,000 inhabitants or more and for other major retail centers in SMSA's.
Vol. IV. Summary Statistics. Data by kind of business on sales and employment size of establishment, single units and multiunits, receivables and bad debt losses, sales by class of customer, warehouse and storage space, petroleum bulk stations and terminals, and commodity line sales for the United States and, frequently, geographic divisions, States, and standard metropolitan statistical areas. Also includes chapters on legal form of organization, public warehousing, miscellaneous material, and a U.S. summary.
Vol. V. Area Statistics. For each State, the District of Columbia, the United States, the Virgin Islands, and Guam. Data for the State, standard metropolitan statistical areas, counties, and cities, by kind of business.
Vol. VI. Summary Statistics. Data by kind of business on receipts and employment size of establishment, single units and multiunits, legal form of organization, hotels, motor hotels and motels, laundries, cleaning plants and related services, and motion pictures for the United States and, in most cases, States and standard metropolitan statistical areas. Also includes miscellaneous data and a U.S. summary chapter.
Vol. VII. Area Statistics. For each State, the District of Columbia, the United States, the Virgin Islands, and Guam. Data for the State, standard metropolitan statistical areas, counties, and cities, by kind of business.
BC63-PR(Rev.). Puerto Rico. 1 report. Wholesale, retail, and selected services
EC63-1. Virgin Islands of the United States. 1 report. Mining, manufacturing,
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1963 CENSUS OF COMMERCIAL FISHERIES
FC63-1. Census of Commercial Fisheries. Number of fishing vessels and operators: employment and gross receipts; fishing regions, primary catch, and fishing gear; and size of vessel, cost, and year purchased or built.
1963 CENSUS OF MANUFACTURES
Vol. I. Summary and Subject Statistics. Detailed final statistics for individual subjects such as size of establishments, legal form of organization, inventories, capital expenditures, gross book value of fixed assets and rental payments, fuels and electric energy and power equipment. Also includes historical summary, concentration ratios, and special reports on manufacturing activity in government establishments, shipments of defense-oriented industries, and origin of exports of manufactured products.
Industry Statistics. Final data for each of the 430 manufacturing industries on quantity and value of products shipped and materials consumed, cost of fuels and electric energy, capital expenditures, inventories, employment, payrolls, man-hours, value added by manufacture, horsepower of equipment, number of establishments and number of companies. Comparable figures for earlier years are included. Also includes a summary chapter and special reports on manufacturing activity in government establishments.
Vol. III. Area Statistics. For each State and the District of Columbia. Final statistics for the State, standard metropolitan statistical areas, counties, and cities with 10,000 or more inhabitants. Also includes a summary chapter and a special report on manufacturing activity in government establishments.
MC63-PR. Statistics for Puerto Rico. Final figures for number of establishments, employment, payrolls, value of shipments, value added, inventories, capital expenditures, products, and employment of production workers by quarters, distributed by industry, geographic area, and tax status of establishments. Conducted jointly with the Puerto Rico Planning Board.
1963 CENSUS OF MINERAL INDUSTRIES
MIC63(1)-1 to 7. Subject Reports. Each report contains detailed final statistics for an individual subject, as size of establishment; employment and related statistics; type of operations; fuels, electric energy, and supplies; and horsepower. MIC63(1)-10A to 14F. Industry Reports. Final figures for each of 50 mineral industries and 13 subindustries on quantity and value of products shipped and supplies used, quantity and cost of fuels and electric energy purchased and the quantities produced and consumed, capital expenditures, employment, payrolls, man-hours, cost of contract work, cost of purchased machinery, value added in mining, horsepower of equipment, number of establishments, and number of companies. Comparable figures for earlier years are included.
MIC63(2)-1 to 49. Area Statistics. For each State and geographic division, data on number of establishments, value of shipments and receipts, number of employees, man-hours, wages and salaries, cost of supplies, and capital expenditures, by counties and industries.
1963 CENSUS OF TRANSPORTATION
Vol. I. Passenger Transportation Survey. Part 1-National Travel. Travel characteristics, including means of transportation, purpose, distance, and duration of trip, family income and other characteristics of travelers, type of lodging, etc., and cross-classifications of these data. Part 2-Home-to-Work Travel. Characteristics of work commuters, by distance to work, means of transportation, distance to nearest public transportation, one-way fare, etc.
Vol. II. Truck Inventory and Use Survey. Truck statistics for the U.S., the 9 Geographic Divisions, the 50 States, and the District of Columbia. Data are presented for motor trucks by year model, size class, load length or capacity, body and vehicle type, major use, driver man-hours, type of fuel, truck fleets, area of operation, etc.
Vol. III. Commodity Transportation Survey. Book 1 contains data for commodity groups with emphasis on traffic patterns of specific commodities; Book 2 presents commodity flow data on separate shipper groups which are general classes of industrial establishments engaged primarily in manufacturing products shipped outside the local area. Data on tons and ton-miles of shipments are shown by distance, weight, commodity description, origin and destination of shipment.
1963 CENSUS OF TRANSPORTATION-Continued
Vol. IV. Motor Carrier Survey. Data on bus carriers, truck carriers, and local trucking service, covering type of operation, area of service, equipment, revenues and expenses, employees, etc.
1962 CENSUS OF GOVERNMENTS
Vol. I. Governmental Organization. Number of governmental units and dependent school systems, by States. Includes local governments by county.
Vol. II. Taxable Property Values in the United States. Data on valuations set for general property taxation, including statistics by State, county, and cities of 300,000 or more inhabitants; and results of a sample survey of real estate sales.
Vol. III. Compendium of Public Employment.
Data on State and local government employees, pay, and retirement.
Vol. IV. Governmental Finances.
No. 1. Finances of School Districts.
No. 2. Finances of County Governments.
No. 3. Finances of Municipalities and Township Governments.
No. 4. Compendium of Government Finances. A comprehensive summary of the census findings on Federal, State, and local governmental finances.
Vol. V. Local Government in Metropolitan Areas. Data on local governments, employment, and finances.
Vol. VI. Topical Studies.
No. 1. Employee-Retirement Systems of State and Local Governments.
No. 2. State Payments to Local Governments.
No. 3. State Reports on State and Local Government Finances.
No. 4. Historical Statistics on Governmental Finances and Employment.
No. 5. Graphic Summary of the 1962 Census of Governments.
Vol. VII. State Reports. 52 reports; 1 for each State, the District of Columbia, and the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico. Data on governmental structure, employment, and finances.
1960 CENSUS OF POPULATION
Vol. I. Characteristics of the Population. Separate reports for the United States, cach State, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, Guam, Virgin Islands, American Samoa, and Canal Zone. First issued in four separate, paperbound chapters, designated as A, B, C, and D, for each area. The four chapters for each area were then assembled and issued in buckram as numbered parts of Vol. I. In addition, all of the 57 chapters A have been assembled and issued in buckram as Part A of Vol. I.
Chapter A. Number of Inhabitants. Final population counts for States and counties and their urban and rural parts, and for standard metropolitan statistical areas, urbanized areas, all incorporated places, unincorporated places of 1,000 or more inhabitants, and minor civil divisions.
Chapter B. General Population Characteristics. Sex, age, marital status, color or race, and relationship to head of household.
Chapter C. General Social and Economic Characteristics. Statistics on nativity and parentage, State of birth, mobility, education, families and their composition, employment status, occupation, income, and other subjects.
Chapter D. Detailed Characteristics. These reports present most of the subjects covered in chapter C, classified by age, color, and other characteristics, with additional information on families, single years of age, occupation, and industry. Vol. II. Subject Reports. 31 reports planned (29 issued as of June 1966; remainder in preparation). Devoted essentially to detailed cross-relationships for the United States and regions and, in some cases, standard metropolitan statistical areas, for such subjects as national origin and race, fertility, families, marital status, migration, education, employment, unemployment, occupation, industry, income, characteristics of teachers, professional workers, and veterans, and other subjects. Vol. III. Selected Area Reports. Five reports showing selected characteristics of the population (1) for State economic areas, (2) according to size of place, (3) for Americans overseas, (4) for standard metropolitan statistical areas, and (5) according to type of place.
Census Tract Reports. One report for each of 180 tracted areas in the United States and Puerto Rico. Information on population and housing subjects.
1960 CENSUS OF HOUSING
Vol. I. States and Small Areas. Separate reports for the United States, each State the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, Guam, and Virgin Islands. Information on tenure, color, vacancy status, population per occupied housing unit, number of persons per room, number of rooms, type of structure, condition and plumbing facilities, equipment and facilities, financial characteristics and other subjects, for the State, counties, urbanized areas, standard metropolitan statistical areas, and places of 1,000 inhabitants or more. Also assembled and issued as 9 buckrambound books, including a United States summary (Part 1) and parts for groups of States in alphabetic order.
Vol. II. Metropolitan Housing. 202 reports; 1 for the United States, 1 for each geographic division, 1 for each standard metropolitan statistical area with 100,000 inhabitants or more, and separate reports for the San Juan and Ponce SMSA's in Puerto Rico.
Vol. III. City Blocks. 420 reports; 1 for each city with 50,000 inhabitants or more in the 1950 Census, the 1960 Census, or in special censuses and reports covering about 200 places that requested inclusion in the block statistics program and reimbursed the Bureau of the Census for the cost of such inclusion.
Vol. IV. Components of Inventory Change.
Part 1A. 1950 to 1959 Components, United States and selected metropolitan areas. 18 reports, 1 for the United States (and 1 each for 15 standard metropolitan statistical areas and 2 standard consolidated areas; issued December 1961May 1962), on the source of the 1959 inventory and the disposition of the 1950 inventory in terms of such changes as new construction, conversion, merger, and demolition, and of units which remained the same. Characteristics shown for all units.
Part 1B. Inventory Characteristics, United States and selected metropolitan areas. 18 reports (same as part 1A) on characteristics of the inventory and of units occupied by households involved in moves in 1958-1959.
Part 2. 1957 to 1959, United States and selected metropolitan areas. 10 reports, 1 each for the United States and for 9 of the selected areas (those covered in the 1956 National Housing Inventory). Measurements and characteristics of the components of change since 1956.
Vol. V. Residential Finance.
Part 1. Homeowner Properties, United States and selected metropolitan areas. Data on financing and characteristics, for the United States, by region, and for each of 17 large metropolitan areas.
Part 1. Supplement. Homeowner Properties-Nonwhite Properties.
Part 2. Rental and Vacant Properties, United States. Data similar to those in Part 1, for the United States.
Vol. VI. Rural Housing. Analytical tables for 121 economic subregions and the United States, showing interrelationships between selected housing and household characteristics of occupied units and selected characteristics for nonfarm vacant units.
Vol. VII. Housing of Senior Citizens. Cross tabulations of housing and household characteristics of units occupied by persons 60 years old and over, for the United States, each State, the District of Columbia, and selected standard metropolitan statistical areas.
Guide to State Statistical Abstracts
This bibliography includes the most recent State statistical abstracts (including one for Puerto Rico) published since 1960 plus those now in preparation that will be issued in late 1967 or early 1968. When a statistical abstract does not exist for a particular State, a near equivalent has been listed, wherever possible. For some States, two or more such publications have been listed. All sources contain, under one cover, statistical tables on a variety of subjects for the State as a whole, its component parts, or both. The page counts given for publications cited as "In process" are approximate.
University of Alabama, University, Bureau of Business Research
Economic Abstract of Alabama. 1966. 200 pp.
Department of Economic Development and Planning, Juneau
Alaska's Population and Economy Regional Growth, Development and Future
University of Arizona, Tucson, Division of Economic and Business Research (formerly Bureau of Business and Public Research)
University of Delaware, Newark, Bureau of Economic and Business Research
University of Florida, Gainesville, Bureau of Economic and Business Research
University of Georgia, Athens, Bureau of Business and Economic Research
Department of Planning and Economic Development, Honolulu
University of Idaho, Moscow, Bureau of Business and Economic Research
Department of Business and Economic Development, Springfield
Indiana State Chamber of Commerce, Indianapolis