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980 Tanning materials, natural dyestuffs, mordants, ag-

sistants, and sizes
Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of natural dyestuffs, tanning extracts from wood,
bark, and other vegetable materials and mordants,
assistants, and sizes. The manufacture of these

products from coal-tar is included in Industry 999.
981 Coal-tar products, crude and intermediate.

Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of coal-tar crudes and intermediates.
982 | Plastic materials.

Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of plastic materials and synthetic resins such as
phenolic plastics, casein, and celluloid, etc. The
manufacture of rayon and allied products is included
in Industry 951. The fabrication of finished prod.
ucts made of purchased plastic materials is classified

in Industry 2086.
983 Explosives

Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of explosives, such as nitroglycerin, dynamite, blast-
ing and smokeless powder, safety fuses, detonating

caps, etc.
984 Salt

Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of commercial salt from rock salt or from natural or
artificial brine. The mining of rock salt is not in.

cluded in the manufacturing industries.
985 Compressed and liquefied gases--not made in petroleum

refineries or in natural-gasoline plants..
Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture
of gases for sale in compressed, liquid, and solid form,
such as acetylene, chlorine, hydrocarbon gases,
oxygen, carbon dioxide (dry ice), etc. The produc-
tion of gases in compressed or liquefied form as
byproducts of petroleum refineries is included in
Industry 1011; the production of natural gasoline is

not included in the manufacturing industries.
986 Bone black, carbon black, and lampblack..
999 Chemicals not elsewhere classified.

Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of synthetic, organic and inorganic chemicals. In-
cludes finished coal-tar products, industrial chemi-
cals by electrochemical and electrometallurgical
processes such as carbide, sodium and magnesium
metals, ferro-alloys, acids, alkalis and salts and chem-
icals of all kinds by other processes not elsewhere
classified. Production of copper, zinc, and alumi.
num are included in industry Group 15 and artificial
graphite and carborundum in Group 13.

MISCELLANEOUS CHEMICAL PRODUCTS
987 Printing ink.

Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of printing inks of various colors, gold and bronze

inks, and lithographic inks.
988 Ammunition

Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of ammunition for small arms. The manufacture of
blasting and detonating caps and fuses is included

in Industry 983.
989 Cleaning and polishing preparations, blackings, and

dressings
Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of cleansers, washing powders, and washing com-
pounds, containing no soap; dry cleaning prepara-
tions; metal, automobile, and other polishes; paint
and varnish removers; blackings, waxes, stains, and
dressings for fabricated leather and other materials;

stove polish; burnishing inks, and related products.
990 Glue and gelatin..

Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of glues and edible and inedible gelatin from animal
and vegetable materials. The manufacture of dental

glue is included in Industry 2023.
991 Grense and tallow (except lubricating greases).

Establishments primarily engaged in the rendering of

grease and tallow from animal fat, bones, meat scraps,
etc. The manufacture of lubricating greases is in-

cluded in Industries 992 and 1011.
992 Lubricating oils and greases-not made in petroleum

refineries
Establishments primarily engaged in the compounding

of lubricating oils and greases from purchased oils
and fats. Lubricating greases made in petroleum

refineries are included in Industry 1011.
993 Firr works...

Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of fireworks of all kinds, Dares, and railroad torpedoes
and suses. The manufacture of safety and detonat-
ing luses is included in Industry 483.

Petroleum refining--
Establishments primarily engaged in the refining of

crude petroleum by distillation. Establishments
primarily engaged in compounding refined or partly
relined petroleum products are not included in this
industry, and establishments producing gasoline
from natural gas at the wells are not included in the
manufacturing industries. The principal products
named in the order of their importance are gasoline,
fuel oils, lubricating oils, and illuminating oils.

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Beehive coke.
Establishments primarily engaged in the production

of coke by the beehive process.
Oven coke and coke-oven byproducts...
Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of coke, coal gas, tar, and other products in "byprod-
uct" coke ovens.

PAVING AND ROOFING MATERIALS
Paving blocks and paving mixtures: asphalt, creosoted

wood, and composition.
Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of paving blocks of asphalt, creosoted wood and var-
ious compositions, and manufacture of asphalt and
tar paving mixtures. Brick, concrete, granite, and

stone paving blocks are included in Group 13.
Roofing, built-up and roll; asphalt shingles; roof coating

(except paint).
Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of asphalt and other saturated roofing selts, io rolls or
in shipgle form, either smooth or faced with gut, and
manufacture of roofing cements and coatings (except

paint, 911).
PRODUCTS OF PETROLEUM AND COAL NOT

ELSEWHERE CLASSIFIED
Fuel briquets.
Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of briquets and boulets froin anthracite culi, bi-
tuminous slack, peat, etc., mixed with lar or pitch as
a binder, and inanufacture of charcoal briquets and
powdered suel.

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The Group as a Whole This group of industries includes est:blishments manufacturing rubber products of all kinds, such as tires, rubber footwear, mechanical rubber goods, and rubber sundries. This group also includes establishments specializing in reclaiming rubber or in retreading rubber tires. The manufacture of elastic webbing is included in the cotton narrow fabrics Industry 312, products made of elastic webbing in Industry 484, and the manufacture of garments from rubberized fabrics in Industry 486. The products of this industry may be made from natural rubber or from synthetic runter the manufacture of which is classified in industry 999.

TIRES AND INNER TUBES Tires and inner tubes. Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of pneumatic tires, inner tubes, and solid and cushion rubber tires for any class of vehicle.

RUBBER BOOTS AND SHOES Rubber boots and shoes (including rubber-soled foot

wear with fabric uppers). Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of all-rubber footwear, waterproof fabric-upper footwear, and other fabric-upper footwear having rubber soles.

MISCELLANEOUS RUBBER INDUSTRIES Reclaimed rubber. Establishments primarily cngaged in the reclaiming of

rubber. This industry does not include the reclaiming of rubber in plants engaged in manufacturing rub.

ber goods. Rubber products not else where classified Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of rubber heels; soles, including composition or fiber; soling strips; mechanical soft rubber goods such as belts, hose and tubing, plumbers' supplios; hard ruhber goods such as battery boxes, combs, cigar and cig. arette holders, and drugkists' sundries; rubber tile, flooring; rubberized fabrics and clothing; sponge rubber products; tire sundries and repair materials and tiro retreading done on a factory basis.

LEATHER PRODUCTS-Continued 1240 Footwear (except rubber).

Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of boots, shoes, sandals, slippers, moccasins, and allied footwear, and leggings, overgaiters, etc., made chiefly of leather, but to some extent of canvas and other textiles. The manufacture of house slippers, regardless of material, is included in this industry. Establishments manufacturing rubber-soled canvas

footwear are included in Industry 1121. 1250 Leather gloves and mittens.

Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of gloves and mittens exclusively of leather (except sporting and athletic gloves, Industry 2049). The manufacture of gloves and mittens of cloth and leather combined is included in Industries 480 and

481. 1260 Suitcases, brief cases, bags, trunks, and other luggage...

Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of trunks, suitcases, bags, brief cases, and related

luggage products, regardless of material. 1271 Women's pocketbooks, handbags, and purses..

Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of women's handbags and purses regardless of mate

rial. 1272 Small leather goods

Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of small articles from leather, such as billfolds, card

cases, cigarette cases, key cases, etc. 1291 Saddlery, harness, and whips.

Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of saddles and parts, harness and parts, halters, horse boots, feed bags, whips and crops, whipstocks,

whip handles, etc. 1299 Leather goods not elsewhere classified...

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Industry Group 13.-STONE, CLAY, AND GLASS

PRODUCTS

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The Group as a whole This group of industries includes establishments tanning, currying, and finishing hides and skins, and estab. lishments manufacturing finished products of leather, such as industrial belting and packing, boot and shoe cutstock and findings, footwear, gloves and mittens, luggage, women's handbags, saddlery and harness, small leather goods, and miscellaneous leather goods. Estab. lishments manufacuring similar articles made from fabric, such as fabric shoes, fabric handbags, fabric luggage, etc., are included in these industries. Regular manufacturers, contractors, and jobbers engaging contractors are within the scope of the Leather industries.

LEATHER: TANNED, CURRIED, AND FINISHED 1211 Leather: tanned, curried, and finished regular fac

tories or jobbers engaging contractors.. This industry includes regular factories or jobbers en

gaging contractors who are engaged in tanning, curry, ing, and finishing sole and belting leather. upper and lining leather, and the japanning and finishing of

leather from their own materials. 1212 Leather: tanned, curried, and finished-contract fac

tories This industry includes factories engaged in tanning,

currying, and finishing sole and belting leather, upper and lining leather, and the japanning and finishing of leather on a contract basis.

LEATHER PRODUCTS 1221 Industral leather belting and packing leather

Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of leather belting used for transmission of power,

and leather packing. 1230 Boot and shoe cut stock and findings

Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of soles, inner soles, and other cut stock including leather welting, shanks, heel and toe caps, leather shoe laces; finished wood heels and other boot and

shoe findings are also included in this industry, 'Part of.

The Group as a whole This group of industries includes establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing fat class and glass containers, cement, structural clay products, pottery, concrete and gypsum products, cut-stone products, abra. sive and asbestos products, etc., from materials principally taken from the earth in the form of stone, clay, and sand. Mines or quarries located at, or near, the manufacturing plants producing cement, structural clay products, stone products, or lime, and used by these manufacturing plants as their own source of raw niaterials are classified together with the manufacturing plants in this group. All these instances where manufacturing and mining and quarrying are combined into one establishment and reported as manufacturing tend to decrease the relative importance of the primary industry, but reflect, however, the actual structure of industry in the United States.

FLAT GLASS Flat glass Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture of flat glass, including plate glass, clear window glass, ornamental and structural flat glass.

GLASSWARE, PRESSED OR BLOWN Glass containers Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of glass containers for packing and bottling and for

home canping. Tableware. pressed or blown glass, and glassware not

else where classified Establishments priniarily engaged in the manufacture

of handinade and pressed or blown glassware other than glass containers (1321); scientific, technical,

and industrial glass; glass cooking utensils, etc. GLASS PRODUCTS MADE OF PURCHASED

GLASS Mirrors and other glass products made of purchased glass. Establishments primarily enraged in the manufacture

of mirrors: stained, leaded, ornamental and decorated glass; glass novelties: cutting, beveling, and etching of glass from purchased glass.

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CONCRETE, GYPSUM, AND PLASTER

PRODUCTS-Continued Wallboard and wall plaster (except gypsum), building in

sulation (except mineral wool), and floor composition. Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of wall and insulating boards (other than gypsum, 1372), nonrigid thermal insulation and floor composition except mineral wool (1373), linoleum (374), and rubber flooring (1199). The manufacture of wallboard or insulating board on paper machines without further processing is included in the Paper board

industry (720). Lime Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of lime, chiefly from limestone and to a small extent from shells and other substances.

CUT-STONE AND STONE PRODUCTS Monuments, tombstones, cut-stone, and stone products

not else where classified.. Establishments primarily engaged in cutting, shaping,

and finishing marble, granite, slate, and other stone for building and miscellaneous uses, such as monuments and tombstones, stone furniture, and slate blackboards, etc., usually quarried by the same establishments engaged in cutting the stone to dimension. Establishments buying and selling finished or partly finished monuments and tombstones but doing no work on the stones other than lettering and finishing to custom order are not considered a part of the manufacturing industries. The cutting of grindstones, pulpstones, and whetstones in the quarry is not in

cluded in the manufacturing industries. MISCELLANEOUS NONMETALLIC MINERAL

PRODUCTS

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CEMENT 1340 Cement

Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture of Portland, natural, masonry, and puzzolan cements.

STRUCTURAL CLAY PRODUCTS 1351 Brick and hollow structural tile.

Establishments primarily ençaged in the manufacture

of bricks and hollow structural tile, including conduit, silo and corn crib fireproofing, floor, arch, and combination tile, and flooring brick. The manufacture of fire-clay brick is included in Industry 1356,

and sand-lime brick in Industry 1396. 1352 Terra cotta.

Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of architectural terra cotta. 1353 | Roofing tile.

Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of roofing tile from clay. 1354 Floor and wall tile (except quarry tile).

Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of floor tile, ceramic tile, mosaic tile, glazed or enameled tile including laience, white glazed or other tile

used as floor or wall tile, except quarry tile. 1355 Sewer pipe and kindred products.

Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of sewer pipe and kindred products made of clay. 1356 Clay refractories, including refractory cement (clay).

Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of fire-brick and other heat-resisting clay products such as glass-house tank blocks, stoppers, floaters,

and rings. 1359 Clay products (except pottery) not elsewhere classified..

Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of clay products such as stove lining, flue lining, chimney pipe and tops, wall coping, segment blocks, drain and quarry tile, etc.

POTTERY AND RELATED PRODUCTS 1361 Vitreous-china plumbing fixtures

Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of vitreous and semivitreous china plumbing fixtures

from clay. 1362 Hotel china

Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of hotel china from clay. 1363

Whiteware
Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of semivitreous china types of earthenware, including

cream color, white, granite, and semiporcelain ware. 1361 Porcelain electrical supplies...

Establishinents primarily engaged in the manufacture

of porcelain electrical insulation materials from clay. 1365 China firing and decorating (for the trade).

Establishments prinarily engaged in the manufacture

of firing and decorating china for the trade. Small establishments firing and decorating china to individual order are not included in the manufacturing

industries. 1369 Pottery products not else where classified..

Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of pottery not elsewhere classified. This industry includes porcelain china, bone china, delft and Belleck wure; chemical porcelain, chemical stoneware,

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1391 Abrasive wheels, stones, paper, cloth, and related prod

ucts Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of abrasive grinding wheels of emery, corundum, and other materials, natural or artificial: abrasive sticks, stones, bricks, paper, and cloths; buffing and polish. ing wheels, and abrasive grains. The cutting of grindstones, pulpstones, and whetstones in the quarry

is not included in the manufacturing industries. 1392 Asbestos products (except steam packing and pipe and

boiler covering) Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of asbestos textiles, asbestos building materials, and other commodities composed wholly or chiefly of asbestos, except steam and other packing and pipe

and boiler covering and gaskets (1393). 1393 Steam and other packing; pipe and boiler covering

Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of packing for steam, water, and other pipe joints, and for engines, air compressors, etc.; insulating materials for covering boilers and pipes; and gaskets made of fiber, paper, or any combination of materials. Establishments primarily manufacturing cork gaskets are included in Industry 692, rubber gaskets in Industry 1199, and leather gaskets in Industry 1221. Establishments making two or more of these classes

of gaskets are included in this industry. 1394 Natural graphite, ground and refined..

Establishments primarily engaged in the extraction

from the ore and refining of natural graphites (plum

bago or black lead). 1395 Minerals and earths, ground or otherwise treated

Establishments primarily engaged in the grinding,

pulverizing, or treating of certain earths, rocks, or minerals such as barium, barytes, borax, chalk, clays, Cornwall stone, corundum, emery, feldspar, kaolin,

mica, pumice, quartz, silica, and tale. 1396 Sand-lime brick, block and tile.. 1397 | Nonclay refractories.

Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of crucibles and refractories made of materials other

than clay. 1398 Statuary and art goods (except stone and concrete)-

factory production Establishments primarily engaged in factory produc

tion of such articles as statuary, vases, urns, brackets, flower boxes, fountains, plaques, mantels, columns, panels, moldings, pedestals, etc., other than those made of stone (1380) and concrete (1371), and ornamental plaster work, architectural sculptures, small images, Scagliola, and papier-mâché articles.

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CONCRETE, GYPSUM, AND PLASTER

PRODUCTS 1371 Concrete products..

Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of concrete building blocks anl shapes, pipes, and conduit, and similar products such as poles and piling, vaults, etc., from a combination of stone or gravel, sand, and cement. This industry does not include concrete construction work on buildings,

bridges, etc. 1372 Gypsum products..

Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of plaster, plasterboard, and other products coin.

posed wholly or chiefly of gypsum. 1373 Mineral wool..

Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of mineral wool for insulation made of minerals such

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The Group as a Whole This group of industries includes establishments engaged primarily in the production of pig iron and steel; iron and steel castings; and the rolling and forging of iron and steel into semifinished and finished rolled and forged products; and in further fabricating of the same into a great variety of finished iron and steel commodities. The manufacture of some metal products is included in this group regardless of the kind of metal used. The more important instances of such overlapping are hardWare, steam fittings, stamped and pressed metal products; wire and wire products; and construction materials such as ornamental metal work, plumbers' supplies, and metal or metal-covered doors, window frames and sash. This group does not include machinery and machine tool attachments and dies (Group 17), automobile vehicles (Group 18), and other transportation equipment (Group 19). BLAST FURNACES, STEEL WORKS, AND

ROLLING MILLS

Files.
Establishments primarily engaged in the manufac-

turing and recutting of files and rasps.

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Saws
Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of saw blades and complete hand saws. Hardware not else where classified. Establishments primarily

engaged in the manufacture of door locks and lock sets, and other builders' hardware; hardware for caskets, furniture, cabinets, saddlery, harness, trunks, suitcases, and motor vehicles; locks and padlocks; vacuum bottles and jugs; and marine hardware. Some products, retailed and generally regarded as hardware, are covered by separate industry classifications, such as bolts and nuts (1491), nails and spikes (1412), cutlery (1451), and hand tools (1452).

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HEATING APPARATUS AND PLUMBERS'

SUPPLIES Enameled-iron sanitary ware and other plumbers'

supplies (not including pipe and vitreous and semi

vitreous china sanitary ware) Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of enameled-iron sanitary ware and other plumbers' supplies such as plumbers' brass goods, etc., except pipe (1424 and 1493) and vitreous and semivitreous

china sanitary ware (Group 13). Oil burners, domestic and industrial Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of burners consuming distillate or fuel oil used for application to heating and cooking equipment and for industrial process equipment and for genera. tion of steam for power. Boiler burner units and furnace burner units, complete, are included in In.

dustries 1464 and 1465, respectively. Power boilers and associated products. Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of power boilers, smokestacks, heavy tanks, plate work (cut, punched, and shaped for assembly on

job), and similar boiler-shop products. Steam and hot-water heating apparatus (including hot.

water surnaces) Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of cast iron and steel steam and hot water heating boilers and parts, cast iron and nonferrous radiators; gas- and oil-fired radiators, gas and oil boiler burner

units complete. Stoves, ranges, water heaters, and hot-air furnaces (es.

cept electric) Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of stoves, ranges, warm-air surnaces, space heaters, and water heaters (except electric). Includes oil and gas warm air furnaces complete with burners.

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1411 Blast-furnace products,

Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of pig iron and blast-furnace ferro-alloys from ore and scrap. All blast furnaces are classified in this

industry. 1412 Steel works and rolling mills.

Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of steel or the rolling of hot iron and steel. Products include steel ingots, semifinished and finished hot. rolled steel, and the further processing of same when produced in departments operated in connection therewith. Tín plate and terneplate are manufactured exclusively and wire and wire products to a considerable extent in departments of steel works and rolling mills. The production of steel castings is classified in Industry 1423

IRON AND STEEL FOUNDRY PRODUCTS 1421

Gray-iron and semisteel castingg
Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of gray-iron and semisteel castings. 1422 Malleable-iron castings

Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of malleable-iron castings. 1423 Steel castings

Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of steel castings. 1424 Cast-iron pipe and fittings.

Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture of cast-iron pipe and cast-iron pipe fittings.

TIN CANS AND OTHER TINWARE 1430 Tin cans and other tinware not elsewhere classified

Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

ol packers' cans, general line cans, plain and decorated cans, pails, bores, and packages; milk and ice-cream cans, household and cooking tinware and finished stamped tinware not elsewhere classified.

WIRE PRODUCTS 1441 Wire drawn from purchased rods

Establishments primarily engaged in the drawing of

wire from purchased rods of iron, steel, and nonferrous metals, and the further fabrication of wire products when done in the same plant. Wire departments of iron and steel rolling mills and nonserrous rolling mills are classified in Industries 1412 and

1520, respectively. 1442 Nails, spikes, etc., not made in wire mills or in plants

operated in connection with rolling mills Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of nails, spikes, staples, and tacks from purchased

nail and tack plate and wire. 1449 Wirework not else where classified

Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture,

from purchased wire, of fabricated wire products such as wire fencing, wire cioth and netting, wire rope and cable, wire springs, etc. The production of insulated wire from purchased plain wire is classified in ladustry 1630.

CUTLERY, TOOLS, AND HARDWARE 1451 Cutlery (except aluminum, silver, and plated cutlery)

and edge tools Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of all kinds of edge tools such as chisels, knives, razors, and blades; scythes, axes, cutting dies (er cept metal-cutting dies, 1742), and cutlery (except aluminum, 1592, silver and silver-plated cutlery,

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Steam fittings, regardless of material.
Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of steam fittings and specialties, such as thermostats
and other temperature-control devices, gages, regu-

lators, traps, reducing valves, etc. Heating and cooking appara tus,except electric, not else

where classified Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of heating equipment not elsewhere classifie i. such as incubators, brooders, incinerators, unit heaters, gas burners, portable ovens, steam tables, and other

cafeteria, hotel, and kitchen apparatus. METAL STAMPING, ENAMELING, GALVANIZ

ING, JAPANNING, AND LACQUERING Vitreous-enameled products, including kitchen, house

hold, and hospital utensils Establishments primarily engaged in the inanufacture

of vitreous kitchen, household, and hospital utensils; table tops; refrigerator, stove, and washing machine parts, etc. The production ofenamele i ware plumbing fixtures is classified in Industry 1401.

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METAL STAMPING, ENAMELING, GALVANIZ

ING, JAPANNING, AND LACQUERING -Con. Stamped and pressed metal products (except automobile

stampings) Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of metal stampings not elsewhere classified, such as bottle caps and tops, stamped household and hospital utensils, perforated metal, stamped and pressed machine parts, etc. Custom stamping for the trade is

classified in this industry. Enameling. japanning, and lacquering Establishments primarily engaged in enameling, ja

panning, and lacquering of metal products owned by

others. Galvanizing and other coating-carried on in plants not

operated in connection with rolling mills. Establishments primarily engaged in the galvanizing

or coating of steel and iron sheets or formed products
with zipc; coating of steel and iron sheets or for med
products with aluminum and lead; retinning of cans
and utensils.
FABRICATED STRUCTURAL STEEL AND

ORNAMENTAL METAL WORK Fabricated structural steel and ornamental metal work,

made in plants not operated in connection with rolling mills Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of structural and ornamental metal work, both ferrous and nonserrous, for buildings, bridges, and other purposes. Products include fabricated structural steel stairs and staircases, fire escapes, grilles, railings, iron fences and gates, fence posts, fabricated bars and rods for reinforcing concrete, ornamental iron, steel and nonserrous metal work for buildings. The production of fabricated steel plate is included

in Industry 1463. Doors, window sash, frames, molding, and trim (made

of metal) Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of ferrous and nonferrous solid metal, hollow metal, and metal covered doors; and door frames, window sash and frames, store fronts, partitions, molding and trim.

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This group of industries includes establishments primarily engaged in primary and secondary smelting and refining of ponferrous metals; in alloying, rolling, and drawing nonserrous metals, and in manufacturing nonserrous metal products. This group includes estah. lishments manufacturing sheet metal products, regardless of material, not classified in other groups; establishrents electroplating, plating and polishing, and engraving on metal except for printing purposes; and establishments engaged in lapidary work. Some of the nonferrous metals are used to a large extent in manufacturing prod. ucts assigned to other groups, such as wire and plumbers' brass goods in Group 14. PRIMARY SMELTING AND REFINING OF NON

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Alloying; and rolling and drawing of nonserrous metals,

except aluminum Establishments primarily engaged in the alloying of

nonferrous metals (other than aluminum) from new metals, This industry classification does not include establishments engaged principally in the recovery of nonserrous metals or nopferrous metal alloys from new or used scrap and the casting of such metals into ingots, pigs, or bars without alloying. The process of recovery of such metals is classified in Industry 1532. The industry includes also establishments primarily engaged in production of rolled, drawn, or extruded products or nonferrous metals, or nonferrous alloys (except aluminum or aluminum alloys), such as plates and sheets. rods, tubing, pipe, and wire and wire products when produced in departments of nonferrous metal rolling mills from materials rolled in the saine plant. Wire drawn from purchased rods, and wire products inade from pur. chased wire are classified in Industries 1441 and 1449,

respectively. SECONDARY SMELTING AND REFINING OF

NONFERROUS METALS AND ALLOYS

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MISCELLANEOUS IRON AND STEEL

PRODUCTS 1491 Bolts, nuts, washers, and rivets-made in plants not

operated in connection with rolling mills Establishments primarily engaged in the inanufacture

of bolts, nuts, rivets, lock washers, plate washers, turnbuckles, togglebolts, etc. The production of

machine screws is included in Industry 1495. 1492 Forgings, iron and steel-made in plants not operated

in connection with rolling mills Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of light and heavy drop and steam hammer forgings, such as chains, anchors, axles, frogs, and forged parts for automotive equipment, machinery, railway

equipment, etc. 1493 Wrought pipes, welded and heavy riveted-made in

plants not operated in connection with rolling mills Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of wrought welded pipe and tubes; lock joint and

heavy riveted pipe. 1494 Springs, steel (except wire)-made in plants not oper

ated in connection with rolling mills. Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of leaf springs, hot-wound springs (for railroad equipment, vehicles, agricultural and mining machinery, etc.). The production of wire springs is included in

Industry 1449. 1495 Screw-machine products and wood screws.

Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of machine screws, cap and set screws and other small articles made on screw machines; and wood

screws. 1496 Steel barrels, kegs, and drums.

Manufacture of steel barrels and drums with welded

side seams (heavy types); welded side seam and lock side seam (light types); and other netal casings with welded sido seam and lock side seam; steel

packages, kegs, and pails, etc. 1497 Firearms

Manufacture of small firearms and parts, such as

pistols, revolvers, riles, and shotguns. 1498 Sa fes and vaults

Manufacture of vault doors and linings, and safe

deposit boxes and chests, sales and vaults, except

grave vaults (671 and 1371). Part of.

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1531 Secondary smelting and refining, gold, silver, and plati

num. Establishments primarily engaged in smelting, refin

ing, and alloying gold, silver, and platinum from

sweepings, clippings, and scrap. 1532 Secondary smelting and refining of non ferrous metals,

not elsewhere classified Establishments primarily engaged in the recovery of

nonferrous metals and nonferrous metal alloys from new or used scrap metals without alloying. The process of alloying is classified as part of Industry 1520. The purchase and sale or the sorting of scrap metal without processing is not to be included.

CLOCKS AND WATCHES 1541 Clocks, watches, and materials and parts (except watch

cases) Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of clocks (including electrical), watches, clockwork operated devices, and clock and watch materials and parts, except watchcases (1542), and crystals (glass crystals in 1330, and unbreakable crystals in 2086). The assembling or clocks and watches from purchased movements and purchased cases is included in this

industry. 1542 Watchcases.

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