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X-RAY AND THERAPEUTIC APPARATUS AND ELECTRONIC TUBES

(A preliminary report for this industry was issued September 26, 1940)

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Description of the industry.-The establishments classified in this industry are engaged primarily in the manufacture of electrotherapeutic and electromedical apparatus, X-ray apparatus (exclusive of tubes), nonradio electronic tubes, and X-ray tubes.

Statistics for prior census years.—No statistics, other than those for products, are available for years prior to 1937 for the "X-ray and therapeutic apparatus and electronic tubes" industry. A special tabulation was made of the reports for 1937 in order to obtain figures comparable with 1939.

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1 Connecticut, 2 establishments; Florida, 1; Indiana, 2; Kentucky, 1; Massachusetts, 1; Minnesota, 1; New Jersey, 5; Pennsylvania, 4; Rhode Island, 1; Tennessee, 1; Wisconsin, 4.

? See GENERAL EXPLANATIONS-Definition of establishment.
3 See GENERAL EXPLANATION8— Persons engaged-general classification.
* See GENERAL EXPLANATIONS-Wage earners and wages.

• Value of products, less cost of materials, supplies, containers, fuel, purchased electric energy, and contract work. See GENERAL EXPLANATIONS_Value added by manufacture.

TABLE 3.-VALUE OF PRODUCTS, FOR THE UNITED STATES: 1939 AND 1937

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1 Value of miscellaneous X-ray accessories, control apparatus, dental apparatus, electrodes, and sprinkler systems,

399

X-RAY AND THERAPEUTIC APPARATUS AND ELECTRONIC TUBES
TABLE 4.–PRODUCTS, BY KIND AND VALUE, FOR THE UNITED STATES: 1939 AND 1937

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Total value...-
Electrotherapeutic and electromedical apparatus:

"Health? lamps, ultra-violet.
"Health" lamps, infra-red.
High-frequency apparatus.
Vibrators, and other motor-driven devices.
Physico-therapy equipment...
All other electromedical and electrotherapeutic apparatus, including electrocardio-

graphs..
X-ray apparatus (exclusive of X-ray tubes but inclusive of X-ray tables, tube stands, etc.):

For general medical use.
For commercial use.

For dental use
Nonradio electronic tubes, excluding X-ray use:

Light sensitive tubes and cells (all sizes, all purposes)

All other ..
X-ray tubes:

Rectifying-valve..
Other types..

1, 603, 054

232, 445 1, 350, 867

502, 438 1, 399, 636 1, 237, 373

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8, 260, 750

729, 592 1,515, 164

601, 015 8,040, 250 1,048, 038

676, 589

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1 Figures not shown separately to avoid disclosing, exactly or approximately, data reported by individual establishments. • Tubes intended primarily for use in industrial control apparatus, including rectifier tubes used for battery charging.

TABLE 5.— WAGE EARNERS ENGAGED IN MANUFACTURING, BY MONTHS, FOR THE UNITED STATES, 1939 AND

1937, AND BY STATES, 1939

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ELECTRICAL PRODUCTS NOT ELSEWHERE CLASSIFIED

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(A preliminary report for this industry was issued October 21, 1940) Description of the industry.—The establishments

TABLE 1.–SUMMARY FOR THE UNITED STATES: 1939 AND 1937 classified in this industry are engaged primarily in the

Cost of manufacture of miscellaneous electrical equipment such

materials, Num- Wage supplies,

Horseas aircraft parts, including superchargers, capacitors

fuel,

Value power CENSUS estab- (aver- Wages

purchased Value of added by of and network protectors, automotive switches and cur

electric products

prime energy,

facture : rent regulators, klaxon horns, electric windshield

year):

contract wipers, etc.

Statistics for prior census years.-No statistics, other than those for products, are available for years

6,014 $7, 409, 584 $14, 866, 461 $39, 048, 906 $24, 182, 445

8,3719, 716, 777 18, 278, 718 47, 989, 062 29, 710, 344 prior to 1937 for the “Electrical products not elsewhere classified” industry. A special tabulation was made of

1 See GENERAL EXPLANATIONS-Definition of establishment.

1 See GENERAL EXPLANATIONS—Wage earners and wages. the reports for 1937 in order to obtain figures com

* Value of products less cost of materials, supplies, fuel, purchased electric

energy, and contract work. See GENERAL EXPLANATIONS-Value added by man. parable with those for 1939.

ufacture.

* Not called for on schedule.
TABLE 2.-GENERAL STATISTICS IN DETAIL BY STATES: 1939

[See GENERAL EXPLANATIONS—Disclosure of data for individual establishments)

212

1939.
1937

175 167

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Number of establishments 1.

175 Proprietors and firm members.

62 Persons reported by manufacturing establishments, total 2.

8, 291 Salaried officers of corporations ?

163 Manufacturing: Salaried employees a

1, 330 Wage earners (average for the year).

6,014 Distribution

723 Construction..

55 Other...

6 Salaries and wages, total ?

$12, 326, 919 Salaried officers

854, 264 Manufacturing: Salaries?

2, 936, 145 Wages..

7, 409, 584 Distribution.

940, 969 Construction.

177, 133 Other..

8, 824 Cost of materials, supplies, containers, fuel, purchased electric energy, and contract work, total...

14, 866.461 Materials, supplies, and containers. Fuel

14,091, 854

243, 262 Purchased electric energy

412, 709 Contract work.

118, 636 Value of products..

39, 048, 306 Value added by manufacture.

24, 182, 445

$36, 615 $262, 460 $1,063, 312 $10, 328 $252, 843 $317, 111
36, 223 230, 803

4, 656 15, 342
7, 233 42, 111 167, 710 3, 121 85, 504
27, 182
169, 212

31, 515
574, 780 6, 271 158, 159
2, 200 7,859

249, 390
90, 019 936

4, 524 7,055

20, 864

143, 583 391, 260 76, 667

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Number of establishments 1
Proprietors and firm members.
Persons reported by manufacturing establishments, total ?

Salaried officers of corporations ?
Manufacturing:

Salaried employees?

Wage earners (average for the year)
Distribution
Construction

Other....
Salaries and wages, total :

Salaried officers.
Manufacturing:

Salaries 2

Wages. Distribution. Construction

Other
Cost of materials, supplies, containers, fuel, purchased electric energy, and contract
work, total..

Materials, supplies, and containers.
Fuel
Purchased electric energy.

Contract work
Value of products.
Value added by manufacture 4.

$20, 076

2, 450 6, 208 11, 418

$95, 764 $4, 410, 465 $1,515, 700
28, 577 104, 566 101, 258
17, 686

1, 372, 832 353, 238
49, 145 2, 264, 481 933, 222
356 512, 474 127, 982

156, 112

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$2,788, 413

99, 194 552, 209 2,055, 729

57, 091 13, 366

8,824 4, 208, 307 3,871, 492

113, 306 163, 737

59, 772 12, 940, 645 8, 732, 338

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See GENERAL EXPLANATIONS-Definition of establishment.
See GENERAL EXPLANATIONS--- Persons engaged-general classification.
3 See GENERAL EXPLANATIONS—Wage earners and wages.

* Value of products less cost of materials, supplies, containers, fuel, purchased electric energy, and contract work. See GENERAL EXPLANATIONS-Value added by manufacture.

Alabama, 1 establishment; Colorado, 1; District of Columbia, 1; Georgia, 1; Indiana, 3; Kentucky, 1; Nebraska, 1; North Carolina, 1; Ohio, 18; Oregon, 3; Rhode Island, 3; Texas, 1; Utah, 1; Virginia, 1; Washington, 1; West Virginia, 2.

ELECTRICAL PRODUCTS NOT ELSEWHERE CLASSIFIED

401

TABLE 3.-VALUE OF PRODUCTS FOR THE UNITED STATES: 1939 AND 1937

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TABLE 4.–PRODUCTS BY KIND, QUANTITY, AND VALUE FOR THE UNITED STATES: 1939 AND 1937

All data available for table 4 are shown in table 3.

TABLE 5.—WAGE EARNERS ENGAGED IN MANUFACTURING, BY MONTHS, FOR THE UNITED STATES, 1939

AND 1937, AND BY STATES, 1939

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207

1 130

2 37

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Number of establishments..
Number of establishments reporting power equipment...
Prime movers, aggregate:

Number

Horsepower.
Prime movers, driving generators, total,

Number..

Horsepower..
Steam engines-

Number

Horsepower.
Internal-combustion engines, other than Diesel and semi-
Diesel —

Number.

Horsepower.
Hydroturbines and water wheels

Number.

Horsepower.. Prime movers, driving generators, ordinarily idle (included above),

horsepower. Prime movers, steam engines, not driving generators

Number.

Horsepower
Generators, kilowatt rating, total.
Generators, driven by-

Steam engines, kilowatt rating..
Internal-combustion engines, other than Diesel and semi-

Diesel, kilowatt rating..

Hydroturbines and water wheels, kilowatt rating Generators, ordinarily idle (included above), kilowatt rating.. Electric motors, total:

Number.

Horsepower..
Driven by purchased energy-

Number.

Horsepower.
Driven by energy generated in establishments reporting,

Number..

Horsepower.
Electric energy (kilowatt-hours):

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5 147

Portable electric tools

(metalworking): DrillsNumber reportedNumber. 90, 846 104, 084 (1)

(1) Value.

$3,671, 603 $4, 152, 509 $2,556, 080 $269, 526 Number not reported, value.

$366, 767 Grinders Number 34, 268 31, 402 (1)

(1) Value..

$1, 218, 567 $1,374, 959 $1,019, 194 $260, 566 Hammers (chipping, riv.

eting, calking, etc.) Number reported Number...

1, 757

2, 802

(1) Value..

$158, 153 $324, 585 $115, 932 $60, 821 Number not reported, value.

$81, 550 Washing machines for household use (electric): Number..

1, 382, 162 1, 478, 480 1, 192, 142 *1,003, 322 Value..

$48, 512, 215 $53, 759, 751 $43,048, 375 $37, 540, 023 Ironing machines for household use (electric): Number.

129, 293 159, 089 147, 700 Value

$4, 719, 993 $6, 405, 210 $4, 615, 056
Electric signs:
Neon, value.

$21, 960, 650 $21, 934, 242 $17, 469, 619
Other, value.
$3, 545, 868 - $1, 970, 560 $1,904, 797

$12, 198, 756 Electric-lighting equipment, value

$113, 207, 082 * $106, 803, 273 $70, 884, 225 $36, 527, 488 Electric refrigerators, do

mestic: Units complete with

cabinetsNumber reportedNumber

1, 773, 091 2,096, 150 41, 423, 393 956, 358 Value

$142, 771, 398 $182, 839, 921 * $118, 513, 808 $75, 459, 655 Number not reported, value...

$734, 097 * $1, 358, 711 Units

complete without

cabinetsNumber reportedNumber... 205, 491 279, 645

242, 240 37, 748 Value..

$8,060, 305 $11, 686, 201 $11, 046, 989 $1, 658, 519 Number not reported..

$864, 226 1 Figures not available.

The number of washing machines is incomplete; the value includes $495,670 for which no number was reported.

: No data. Revised.

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12, 790 22, 296

12, 765 22, 266

25 30

147, 970 34,981, 614

i Gas, gasoline, etc.

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