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3964 Needles, pins, and fasteners... 123,545 66,005 189,550

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147,221 10 473,350 400,756 874,106 303,837 249,877 553,714 289,594 3981 Brooms and brushes.....

213,455 503,049 6 95,853 103,559 199,412

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87,288 (8)

92,523 179,811 (s)

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11,998 31,988

25,986

11,657 18,420 30,077
38,338 27,462 65,800

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(s) 31, 302 3984 Candles...

25,355 56,657 10 9,681 8,027 17,708 8,984

7,600 3986 Jewelry and instrument cases..

8,911 8,995 17,906
20,543 14,543 35,086

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26,460 3988 Morticians' goods....

18,652 45,112 15 74,943 88,597 163,540

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96,434 188,829 15 34,295 9,002 43,297

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(8) 3993 Signs and advertising displays..

42,954 9,747 52,701 142,301 94,632

236,933

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and contract work. 2 The percentage standard errors shown in this columm indicate the differences that can be expected between the estimates and comparable complete canvass totals, because of sampling fluctuations. The estimates will differ from the complete totals by less than:

(1) The percentage shown: approximately 2 times out of 3
(11) twice the percentage shown; approximately 19 times out of 20

(111) Three times the percentage shown: almost always. 3 cost of materials and value of products are not shown for industries for which these figures contain extensive duplication. The duplication arises where the products of some establishments are used as materials by other establishments classified in the same industry.

"The 1947 walue added by manufacture" does not equal the walue of products shipped" less "Cost of materials, etc." because a different procedure was used for calculating value added by manufacture for larger establishments, 1.e., the value of production during 1947 was used instead of value of products shipped. Since the 1950 and 1949 estimates are derived from 1947 census base totals, the same inequality may appear for the 1950 and 1949 data.

Includes data for Shingle Mills (Industry 2423).
Gwithheld for security considerations, on agrice of the Bureau of the Budget.

7 The 1950 and 1949 data for Industries 3811 (Scientific Instruments), 3821 (Mechanical Measuring Instruments) and 3831 (Optical Instruments) are not strictly comparable with data shown for 1947. This is due to an error in 1947 in the Industry classification assigned to two plants. The effect of this change is small for industries 3811 and 3821, but it represents and addition of approximately 25 percent to the totals of Industry 3831.

Table 3.-- GENERAL STATISTICS FOR OPERATING MANUFACTURING ESTABLISHMENTS FOR THE (Money figures and man-hours are in THOUSANDS. Figures are not shown for major industry groups if (a) data census series and related data, (c) the standard error of the estimate for "All employees, number" are shown only for these two items; standard errors of the other general statistics estimates for an added. Unpublished estimates, including those which can be derived by subtraction, may have standard

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All industries, total for operat

ing manufacturing establishments 20 Food and kindred products..... 21 Tobacco manufactures..... 22 Textile mill products... 23 Apparel and related products.. 24 Lumber and products, except

furnitures
25 Furniture and fixtures.
26 Paper and allied products.
27 Printing and publishing industries..
28 Chemicals and allied products....
29 Petroleum and coal products...
30 Rubber products.....
31 Leather and leather products....
32 Stone, clay, and glass products.
33 Primary metal industries......
34 Fabricated metal products....
35 Machinery (except electrical)
36 Electrical machinery......
37 Transportation equipment...
38 Instruments and related products...
39 Miscellaneous manufactures...

MAINE
All industries, total for operat-

ing manufacturing establishments
20 Food and kindred products.....
24 Lumber and products, except

furniture 5
26 Paper and allied products....
31 Leather and leather products...
32 Stone, clay, and glass products...

NEW HAMPSHIRE
All industries, total for operat-

ing manufacturing establishments
22 Textile mill products......
23 Apparel and related products.
26 Paper and allied products.....
27 Printing and publishing industries..
31 Leather and leather products.....
34 Fabricated metal products.....
35 Machinery (except electrical).

VERMONT
All industries, total for operat-

ing manufacturing establishments
20 Food and kindred products.....
22 Textile mill products......
23 Apparel and related products..
26 Paper and allied products.....
32 Stone, clay, and glass products...
35 Machinery (except electrical).

MASSACHUSETTS
All Industries, total for operat-

ing manufacturing establishments
20 Food and kindred products.....
22 Textile mill products....
23 Apparel and related products..
25 Furniture and fixtures..

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NEW ENGLAND STATES, BY MAJOR INDUSTRY GROUPS: 1950, 1949, AND 1947
would be disclosed for individual companies in any year, (b) survey estimates are inconsistent with other
(colums A and G) or "Value added by manufacture" (columns F and J) exceeds 15 percent. Standard errors
industry are usually of the same general magnitude as the standard errors shown for employment and value
errors considerably in excess of 15 percent.)

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26 Paper and allied products.....

34,626 $111,597 27,675 27 Printing and publishing Industries..

60,579 $78,984 $203,606

34,264 120,357 22, 297 28 Chemicals and allied products.

41,358 73,084

185,927 19,211 69,257 13,063 29 Petroleum and coal products...

26,815

39,829 (8)

172,321 (8)

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(8) 20,658

70,578 31 Leather and leather products..

16,680 34,678

52,626 133,5381 66,462

174,128 32 Stone, clay, and glass products.

59,239 106,630 137,876 285,273 10,174 37,463

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,348 33 Primary metal industries..

16,981
26,234

69,306 16,067 61,494 34 Fabricated metal products..

13,721 28,290 49,283 103,816

33,326 105,040 35 Machinery (except electrical).

27,436 55,351 77,745 210,018

73,208 259,432 36 Electrical machinery.....

56,213 120,011 182,123 418,937

56,763 168,817 43,740 37 Transportation equipment...

85,513 114,273 302,161

22,115 81,927 38 Instruments and related products....

16,976

33,708 59,057 157,465 12,968 40,551

10,490 39 Miscellaneous manufactures..

21,623
29,025

88,460
39,438 117,430 33, 140 69,066 87,012 195,057
RHODE ISLAND
All Industries, total for operat-

ing manufacturing establishments 133,479 385, 296 115,307 229,636 311,231 614,636 20 Food and kindred products.....

6,191

19,977 22 Textile and mill products...

4,755
9,354
13,140

33,385 56,952 163,906

51,635 25 Furniture and fixtures...

102,574

139,008 (8)

234,911 (s)

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(8) 4,237

14,601 34 Fabricated metal products..

3,620
7,649
11,564

28,545 6,560 19,412

5,676 35 Machinery (except electrical).

10,242

15,031 36,987) 12,851

39,737 10,050 36 Electrical machinery.....

20,511
28,146

69,673 5,897 14,667

5,207 38 Instruments and related products...

10,266
11,393

30,773 1,859

5,218 39 Miscellaneous manufactures....

1,668
3,268

4,113
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302,498

620,307 916,306 2,123,447 22 Textile mill products...

39,542 122,563

35,551 25 Furniture and fixtures..

77,515 101,394 184,127 2,103 5,760

1,798 26 Paper and allied products...

3,776
4,440

8,951
6,804
24,851

5,694 27 Printing and publishing industries..

12,888
19,366

39,043 12,056 39,504

8,313 28 Chemicals and allied products..

19,187

26,335 64,107 6,903 24,652

5,000 30 Rubber products...

10,458

15,263 68,609 13,956 42,816 31 Leather and leather products....

11,780
24,568

31,927
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3,789 33 Primary metal industries......

8,304

11,159 29,528 31,110 115,756 26,817 34 Fabricated metal products....

55,600 92,833 233,883

53,389 175,136 35 Machinery (except electrical)

43,820

91,107 131,181 288,714

60,833 222,748 36 Electrical machinery.....

49,403 103,025 165,416 394,450

29,357 93,965 23,530 37 Transportation equipment...

45,773 66,345 171,325 23,465

91,941 38 Instruments and related products...

17,324 38,196 62,164 141,152 14,700 48,846 11,884

24,320 39 Miscellaneous manufactures...

35,909 76,966 28,056 87,497 24,123 50,160

70,180 157,054 2The averages for 1950 and 1949 are based on employment reported for the four pay periods ending nearest the 15th of March, May, August, and November. The figures do not include employees reported separately at central administrative offices and auxiliary establishments. The 1949 number of such employees in each State of this Geographic Division is shown below. The approximated 1949 annual total pay roll shown was derived by multiplying by four the first quarter 1949 taxable pay roll figures listed in the joint Census -BOASI publication, "County Business Patterns." OASI program data for 1950 were not available for this publication.

Administrative and auxiliary
State

Employment mid-March, Approximated 1949
1949

annual total pay roll

($000 Maine.....

676

$2,372 New Hampshire..

949

2,144 Vermont....

585

1,724 Massachusetts

10,107

35,180 Rhode Island...

1,268

4,556 Connecticut.....

8,296

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3 The percentage standard errors shown in this column indicate the difference that can be expected between the estimates and comparable complete canvass totals, because of sampling fluctuations. The estimates will differ from the complete totals by less than:

(1) The percentage shown: approximately 2 times out of 3
(11) Twice the percentage shown: approximately 19 times out of 20

(111) Three times the percentage shown: almost always. hthe Annual Survey estimates for industry group 24, "Lumber and wood products, except furniture," tend to be understated because of incomplete coverage of logging camps and logging contractors not operating sawmills (Standard Industrial Classification Industry 2411). This undercoverage is estimated at less than 5 percent.

5The 1950 and 1949 figures for major group 24 are not strictly comparable with 1947 data. In 1947 only sawmills that produced more than 200,000 board feet of lumber were required to report the information shown in this table, whereas in 1950 and 1949 it was requested of all sawmills. It is estimated that all mills in the United States producing less than 200,000 board feet account for approximately 3 percent of total employment for major group 24. No estimate has been made of the importance of these small mills for individual States or Geographic Divisions.

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