Bulletin of the Bureau of Labor Volume 18, Nos. 80-82

Bulletin of the Bureau of Labor Volume 18, Nos. 80-82

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1909 edition. Excerpt: ... industries; summer resorts; and tax rebates. STATISTICS OF MANUFACTURES, 1905 AND 1906.--This is the twenty-first of a series of annual reports on manufacturing statistics. The statistics presented are compiled from the returns of 5,055 establishments, each of which made a report for the two years under consideration. Comparative tables are given, which show, for the years 1905 and 1906, the number of establishments controlled by private firms, by corporations, and by industrial combinations, together with the number 'of partners and stockholders interested therein; the capital devoted to production; the cost value of stock and materials used, and the selling value of the goods made; the smallest, greatest, and average number of persons employed, and aggregate employees, by months; the total wages paid during each year, average yearly earnings per employee, and classified weekly wages in selected industries, by sex and age; average days in operation during each year, and average proportion of business done. Seventy-nine classified industries are represented. The principal facts as to ownership are shown in the following table: FIRMS, CORPORATIONS, AND INDUSTRIAL COMBINATIONS, AND PARTNERS AND STOCKHOLDERS IN 5,055 IDENTICAL ESTABLISIIMENTS, 1905 AND 1906. ' 1ndus_ j, M 8 Average-7 __ '. ' rage stockYenr. Finns. rgaroprg 0:28;" Egg' him; i partners holders ' nations ' ' to a llrm. to a cor' 1 5 poration. 1005............................ 3,094 If 1.000 95 4,751 00,059 1. 54 3393 1906............................ 2,979 1,981 95 4,527 61,961 1.53 32. 68 From the above table it will be seen that the tendency continues to be toward an increase of number of establishments controlled by corporations and a...show more

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