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No. 1259. SELECTED SERVICES-RECEIPTS, BY KIND OF BUSINESS: 1968 TO 1973 [In millions of dollars. Based on probability sample designs; for discussion of sampling variability, see source]
Source: U.S. Bureau of the Census, Monthly Selected Services Receipts, series BS.
No. 1260. HOTEL OPERATIONS-OCCUPANCY RATIO, SALES INDEXES, AND ROOM RATE INDEX: 1955 TO 1972
[Excludes Alaska and Hawaii. Based on reports from approximately 400 hotels. See Historical Statistics, Colonial Times to 1957, series T 361-365, for indexes on a 1929 base]
Source: Laventhol Krekstein Horwath & Horwath, New York, N.Y., Lodging Industry, annual. (Copyright, 1973, by Laventhol Krekstein Horwath & Horwath.)
No. 1261. HOTELS, Motels, and Motor Hotels-SummARY: 1958, 1963, AND 1967 [1958 excludes Alaska and Hawaii. Covers commercial establishments primarily engaged in providing lodging, or lodging and meals, to the general public. Includes establishments with payroll only]
2 For 1958 and 1963, not all establishments reported number of rooms; therefore, size-class breakdown will not add to total. 3 Hotels with 25 guest rooms or more.
1958 and 1963, employees for workweek ended nearest Nov. 15; 1967, for workweek including Mar. 12.
Source: U.S. Bureau of the Census, U.S. Census of Business: 1958, vol. V; 1963, vol. VI; and 1967, BC 67-SS 2.
No. 1262. SELECTED SERVICES, BY KIND OF BUSINESS: 1963 AND 1967
[Money figures in millions of dollars; paid employees in thousands. "N.e.c." means not elsewhere classified]
Hotels, motels, tourist courts,
441, 023 3,261.5 1,187,814 60, 542 521, 410 55, 527 17,524 3,841.2 1,081,870
+ Data corrected only at level significantly affected; hence, detail will not add to total.
"Week including Mar. 12.
No. 1262. SELECTED SERVICES, BY KIND OF BUSINESS: 1963 AND 1967-Continued [Money figures in millions of dollars; paid employees in thousands. "N.e.c." means not elsewhere classified]
About 7 percent represents repayment of cash advances which are not part of the cost of the complete funeral service. Includes other classical groups. 7 Excludes classical. Includes racing stables. Includes kiddie parks. 10 Excludes fairs operated by governmental boards or subdivisions. Source: U.S. Bureau of the Census, U.S. Census of Business: 1967, vol. V.
No. 1263. SELECTED SERVICES
[Money figures in millions of dollars; paid employees in thousands. Discrepancies in figures identified after the
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