Abstract of the Census of Manufactures, 1919

Abstract of the Census of Manufactures, 1919

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1923 edition. Excerpt: ... copper and lead smelting and refining establishment in 1904, while the operations of the entire establishment were reported as smelting and refining copper in 1909. The production of lead (refined) bv all smelters and refineries was 482,220 short tons, value $51,115,000 in 1919; 542,122 short tons, value $42,286,000 in 1914; and 446,909 short tons, value $38,434,000 in 1909.' SMELTING AND REFINING, ZINC. Spelter and sheet zinc are the principal products included under this classification. Table 225 presents statistics for 1919, 1914, 1909, 1904, and 1899. Separate statistics are presented in Table 144 for establishments whose product of chief value was pigs, bars, plates, and sheets of zinc, and for those reporting other zinc products. The production of zinc by all smelters and refineries was 465,743 short tons, value $67,998,000 in 1919; and 353,049 short tons, value $36,011,000 in 1914. SMELTING AND REFINING, METALS, NOT ELSEWHERE SPECIFIED. This classification includes the smelting and refining of antimony, tin, and metals, not elsewhere specified, statistics for the three industries combined being given for 1919 in Table 225. SMELTING AND REFINING, NOT FROM THE ORE. Establishments in this industry smelt and refine scrap metals of many kinds, not including gold and silver. The products include art metal; babbitt metal; solder; spelter; refined white metal; linotype, monotype, electrotype, and stereotype metal; lead; brass, bronze, and copper ingots; antimony; nickel; aluminum; zinc; tin; and similar products. General statistics for the industry for the censuses from 1899 to 1919, inclusive, are given in Table 225. In 1879 there were four establishments reported under "smelting and refining (base scrap metal, not from the ore)," with...show more

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