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Table 1.--VALUE OF SHIPMENTS BY SELECTED CLASSES OF PRODUCTS, FOR THE UNITED STATES:
1953, 1952, 1951, AND 1947--Continued
25Figures shown for all "Steel works and rolling mill products," except product class 33128, represent shipments to other companies only. Product class 33128 represents the value of all steel mill products transferred to other plants of the same company, including wire and wire products, pipe, and cold rolled and cold finished products which are classified in other industries. Data for "interplant transfers" for each product class are available for 1952 and 1953 only, from Series MA22B, as follows (in thousands of dollars):
Interplant transfers of wire products among steel mills account for the balance of interplant transfers.
27Excludes parts and attachments for products classified in this class of products.
32 Includes parts and attachments for products classified in this class of products.
33 Represents value of complete units shipped and value of front-end attachments sold with power cranes and shovels as original equipment or as spare attachments. Does not include value of front-end attachments and parts for power cranes and shovels sold separately. Comparable figures are not available for 1951 and 1952.
34 For 1947, the value of parts and attachments (except parts and attachments for power cranes, draglines and shovels) was included with the class of products "Other construction, mining, and similar machinery" which totaled $259 million in that year. For 1953, 1952, and 1951, the value of parts and attachments is included with the appropriate class of products.
35 Includes parts for all types of metalworking machinery (except parts, attachments, and accessories for power driven hand tools). 36Includes parts and attachments for all types of industrial food-products machinery.
37Data for parts are included in the 1951, 1952, and 1953 figures, but are excluded from the 1947 figure. The value of shipments of parts for all types of pumps and compressors in 1947 was $78.1 million, a substantial portion of which respresents parts for industrial pumps. 38Includes parts, accessories and attachments for all types of domestic laundry equipment.
39Includes parts and attachments for sewing machine (except cases and cabinets, and sewing machine needles).
40Includes welding parts, components, and accessories for arc welding machinery, such as electrode holders, ground clamps, and arc torches. Excludes radio chassis and telvision chassis for sale separately. In 1947 these items amounted to $5.7 million.
42 Includes X-ray accessories and dental and industrial X-ray components and assemblies.
43The values shown for product classes 35221 through 35226 and 35228 include, in addition to complete units, parts and attachments sold for replacement and repair but exclude parts and attachments sold to other farm equipment plants. Parts and attachments shipped to other manufacturers of farm machines and equipment and to other plants of the same company are included in the figure for product class 35229 "All other farm machines and equipment" for 1947 but not for subsequent years.
44The current survey M45F Truck Trailers, from which the product figures were obtained includes data only for truck trailers having one or more axles with a rating of 10,000 pounds or more per axle. 45Formerly product classes 24315 (stair work), 24316 (exterior millwork), and 24317 (other millwork products).
46Formerly product classes 26911 (filing accessories), 26912 (cards, die-cut and designed (not printed)), and part of 26913 (miscellaneous die-cut products, n.e.c.). 47Formerly product classes 26915 (pasted, lined, laminated or surface coated paperboard) and part of 26913 (miscellaneous die-cut products,
Reference list of sources indicated in the "Standard error of estimate" columns of the table
(The coverage represented by these surveys is discussed in greater detail in footnotes for the respective classes
of products in Part II - Product Statistics.)
Census Bureau's 1951-1953
Other sources of 1951 - 1953 da ta
U. S. Tariff Commission: Synthetic Organic Chemicals: U. S. Produc
tion and Sales: 1953
U. S. Bureau of Mines:
U. S. Bureau of Mines:
Mineral Market Report M.M.S. No. 2167
Home-type radio receivers and television sets;
automobile radios, phonographs, and record players.
ANNUAL SURVEY OF MANUFACTURES: 1953
Table 2.--VALUE OF MANUFACTURERS' INVENTORIES FOR INDUSTRY GROUPS AND SELECTED INDUSTRIES, END OF YEAR: 1953, 1952, AND 1947
(DOLLAR FIGURES IN THOUSANDS. In the Annual Survey of Manufactures, as in the 1947 Census of Manufactures, manufacturers are requested to report the value of their inventories at both the beginning and end of the year. In the annual surveys, all establishments are required to report inventories except those in the Printing and Publishing Industries major group; in the 1947 Census of Manufactures this major group was also excluded, as were small establishments reporting on "short" forms in all industries (see footnote 2).
"Total inventories" estimates are not shown for industries if their associated standard errors exceed 15 percent; "Finished products," "Work in process," and "Materials" sub-totals are not shown when the standard error of the estimate for "Finished products" item exceeds 15 percent. Such withheld estimates are included, however, in their appropriate industry group totals and the "All industries" total. Unpublished estimates, including those which can be derived by subtraction, are generally unreliable.)
Table 2.--VALUE OF MANUFACTURERS' INVENTORIES FOR INDUSTRY GROUPS AND SELECTED INDUSTRIES, END OF YEAR: 1953, 1952, AND 1947--Continued
Table 2.--VALUE OF MANUFACTURERS' INVENTORIES FOR INDUSTRY GROUPS AND SELECTED INDUSTRIES, END OF YEAR: 1953, 1952, AND 1947--Continued (Value figures in thousands of dollars)