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The Group as a whole This group of industries includes establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing any type of machinery, apparatus, and supplies for the generation, storage, transmission, transformation, and utilization of electricenergy. ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT FOR

INDUSTRIAL USE Wiring devices and supplies Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture of wiring devices, wiring supplies, insulation and insulating materials, conduits and fittings, and lightning arresters. The production of decorative lighting outfits is included in Industry 1580 and the production of porcelain insulators is included in Industry 1364.

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1612 Carbon products for the electrical industry, and manu

factures of carbon or artificial graphite.... Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of carbons; carbon, graphite. and metal-graphite

brushes; electrodes, and miscellaneous specialties. 1613 Electrical measuring instruments.

Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of measuring instruments, meter transformers, and

indicating instruments. 1619 Generating, distribution, and industrial apparatus, and

apparatus for incorporation in manufactured prod

ucts, not else where classified.. Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of electrical prime movers and other electric power equipment, including steam-turbine generator sets, for employment in the generation, transmission, or utilization of electric energy. Products of this industry include motors, generators, transformers, switchboards, panelboards, and other transmission accessories (except insulated wire, 1630, and conduit, 1611); welding apparatus, etc. The production of machines operated by detachable electric motors is included in Group 17.

ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES 1620 Electrical appliances..

Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of household electrical appliances used for heating, cooking, cooling, cleaning, etc. Products of this industry include electric fans, irons, mixers, percolators and hot plates, vacuum cleaners, etc., except electric refrigerators (1784). Electric water heaters belong in this industry.

INSULATED WIRE AND CABLE 1630 Insulated wire and cable

Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of insulated or armored wire and cable for transmitting electrical energy: The manufacture of uninsulated wire is included in Industry 1441. AUTOMOTIVE ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT

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1551 Jewelry (precious metals)

Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of jewelry for personal adornment (including related products, such as cigarette cases and lighters, vanity cases, compacts, etc.) made from precious or semiprecious metals with or without precious stones: gold trimmings for umbrellas, canes, etc., diamond settings and mountings. Costume jewelry and nonprecious metal jewelry manufacturing is included in

Industry 2071. 1552 Jewelers' findings and materials.

Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of unassembled jewelry parts (except gems and stones, 1553), and stock-shop products, such as sheet, wire

and tubing. 1553 Lapidary work.

Establishments primarily engaged in the cutting and

polishing of diamonds and other precious stones; drilling pearls; recutting and setting stones; preparing jewels for surveyors' and electrical instruments and for watches and chronometers, and real and imi. tation stones for emblems. Much of the work is done for the trade on materials owned by others.

SILVERWARE AND PLATED WARE 1561 Silverware and plated ware.

Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

ol knives, forks, spoons and other flatware, hollow
ware, toilet ware, ecclesiastical ware, etc., made of
solid silver, metal plated with silver, gold, or other
metal, of nickel silver. or of pewter.
ENGRAVING ON METAL, PLATING, AND

POLISHING
1571 Engraving on metal (except for printing purposes).-

Establishments primarily engaged in engraving, chas

ing, and etching on jewelry and silverware, notarial seals, and other nonferrous metal products for pur

poses other than printing. 1572 Electroplating, plating, and polishing

Establishments primarily engaged in all types of elec

troplating, plating, and metal polishing work for the trade.

LIGHTING FIXTURES 1580 Lighting fixtures..

Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of lighting fixtures and other lighting equipment for
homes, offices, public buildings, and outdoor use;
lamps and headlights for motor vehicles, locomotives,
etc., searchlights, spotlights, and floodlights; lamps
and lanterns; reflectors and shades. (Electric bulbs
are classified in Industry 1650).
NONFERROUS METAL PRODUCTS NOT

ELSEWHERE CLASSIFIED
1591 Nonferrous-metal foundries (except aluminum).

Nonferrous-metal foundries primarily engaged in manufacturing castings (not including die-casting, 1593, 1599) of all nonferrous metals except aluminum

(1592 and 1593). 1592 Aluminum ware, kitchen, bospital, and household (es.

cept electrical appliances). Establishments priinarily engaged in the manufacture of aluminum cooking ware, stamped, spun, or cast (except electric, 1620), and other ware, for use in

kitchen, hospital, and household. 1593 Aluminum products (including rolling and drawing and

extruding), not else where classified Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of plates, sheets, rods, tubing, pipe, wire, castings, bars, airplane and engine parts, and aluminum prod. ucts not elsewhere classified. The extraction of aluminum from the ore is classified in Industry 1519, and the recovery of aluminum from scrap is classified

in Industry 1532. 1594 | Collapsible tubes... 1595 Gold and silver leaf and foil.

Manufacture of packs or rolls of gold or silver foil by

gold beating establishments. 1596 Tin and other foils (except gold and silver foil).

Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of tin and other foils except gold and silver soils (1595). 1597 | Sheet-metal work not specifically classified..

Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of cornices, ventilators, skylights, gutters, and other types of sheet metal work for buildings (but not fabrication work done by construction contractors at the place of construction) and manufacture of sheetmetal stove pipes, air ducts, tanks, bins, furnace

casings, etc. 1599 Nonferrous-metal products not elsewhere classified.

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1661 Radios, radio tubes, and phonographs..

Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of radio receiving sets, radio transmitters, television sets, radio receiving and transmitting tubes, phono

graphs and accessories. 1662 Communication equipment...

Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of telephone and telegraph equipment; electric sig. naling apparatus (other than railway); signals and attachments (railway); see Industry 2085, and mis. cellaneous radio partsexcept loud speakers and micro

phones which are included in Industry 1661. ELECTRICAL PRODUCTS NOT ELSEWHERE

CLASSIFIED 1691 Batteries, storage and primary (dry and wet).

Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of storage batteries, dry batteries, and wet primary

batteries. 1692 X-ray and therapeutic apparatus and electronic tubes...

Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of electrotherapeutic and electromedical apparatus, X-ray apparatus (exclusive of tubes), nonradio elec. tronic tubes and X-ray tubes. Dental apparatus is included in Industry 2023.

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Electrical products not else where classified. Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of miscellaneous electrical equipment not classified in any of the above industries.

Industry Group 17.—MACHINERY (EXCEPT

ELECTRICAL)

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The Group as a Whole This group of industries includes establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing machinery and equipment other than electrical (see Industry 1619), and prime movers. Machines that are powered by a removable electric motor and portable tools, both electric and pneumatic powered, generally are included in this group.

ENGINES AND TURBINES

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SPECIAL-INDUSTRY MACHINERY 1751 Food-products machinery..

Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of machinery for use by the food-products and beverage industries in the preparation, canning, or packag. ing of foods. All refrigeration machinery is included

in Industry 1784. 1752 Textile machinery..

Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of machinery for the textile industry. This group does not include domestic or industrial sewing ma

chines, which are classified in Industry 1783. 1753 Woodworking machinery

Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of machinery for cutting, shaping, and finishing of wood products. Hand tools, such as planes, axes,

drawknives, etc., are classified in Group 14. 1754 Paper-mill, pulp-mill, and paper-products machinery.

Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of machinery for the paper-pulp, paper, and paper products industries. Manufacture of printing-trades

machinery is classified in Industry 1755. 1755 Printing-trades machinery and equipment.

Establishments primarily angaged in the manufacture

of machinery and apparatus used by the printing and book binding trades. The manufacture of tex

tile printing machinery is classified in Industry 1752. 1759 Special-industry machinery, not elsewhere classified

Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of special-industry machinery, not elsewhere classified. Cotton-ginning machinery and specialized rubber-working machinery, etc., are included in this industry.

GENERAL INDUSTRIAL MACHINERY 1760 Measuring and dispensing pumps

Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of equipment commonly used in automobile service and filling stations for dispensing gasoline, oils, and

grease, including grease guns. 1761 Pumping equipment and air compressors.

Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of pumps, compressors, and pumping equipment of

general utility to industry. 1762 Elevators, escalators, and conveyors.

Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of elevators, escalators, and conveyor systems and

equipment. 1763 Cars and trucks, industrial.

Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of industrial cars and trucks for use in conveying supplies, freight, and similar materials within the confines of a plant. This industry does not include vehicular and automotive cars and trucks classified in Industry 1810 por tractors, Industry 1721, nor

mining cars and trucks, Industry 1733. 1764 Blowers; exhaust and ventilating fans.

Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of blowing, exhaust, and ventilating equipment for

general industrial use. 1765 Measuring instruments, mechanical (except electrical

measuring instruments, watches, and clocks). Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of mechanical measuring instruments, except electric

meters (1613), and watches and clocks (1541). 1766 Mechanical power-transmission equipment.

Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of mechanical power-transmission equipment such as clutches, drives, shafts, bearings, and parts for the same.

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Tractors
Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of agricultural or industrial tractors. Agricultural machinery (except tractors), Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of agricultural inachinery and equipment except tractors (1721) for use in the preparation or maintenance of the soil, the planting and harvesting of the crop, and machines for preparing crops for market or for use, and other operations and processes pertaining to agriculture. The manufacture of agricultural hand tools and certain forged parts such as plowshares is

included in Group 14. CONSTRUCTION, MINING, AND RELATED

MACHINERY

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1741 Machine tools.

Establishments primarily engaged in the manufac

ture of power driven machinery employing a cutting tool for work on metal called "machine tools." Bending, forging, punching, and forming machinery, which shapes or forms metal without cutting, is included in Industry 1749, and machine tool accessories,

dies, and machinists' precision tools in Industry 1742. 1742 Machine-tool and other metal working-machinery acces

sories, metal-cutting and shaping tools, and machinists' precision tools.. Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of accessories for use in machine tools, including dies, machinists' precision tools, or specialized equipment other than forged or shaped hand tools that are

classified in Group 14. 1749 Metal working machinery and equipment, not elsewhere

classified Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of machinery for the shaping, pressing or forging of metal, where the shaping action of such machines is

not dependent upon a cutting tool. *Part of.

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OFFICE AND STORE MACHINES

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1771 Office and store machines not elsewhere classified.

Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

or assembly, for sale, of all kinds of business oflice machines such as typewriters, calculating, addressing, mailing, duplicating, tabulating, and card punching machines; check-writing, signing, canceling machines, perforators, and other protective de

vices, and all other business machines. 1772 Vending, amusement, and other coin-operated ma

chines.. Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacturo

of all coin-operated mechanisms and complete coin. operated vending and amusement machines. Complete coin-operated phonographs are classified in In

dustry 1661, and scales and balances in Industry 1776. 1776 Scales and balances...--HOUSEHOLD AND SERVICE-INDUSTRY

MACHINES 1781 Laundry equipment, domestic.

Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of laundry equipment such as driers, ironers, washing

machines, and wringers for household use. 1782 Commercial laundry, dry-cleaning, and pressing ma

chinery 1783 Sewing machines, domestic and industrial 1781 Refrigerators, domestic (mechanical and absorption).

refrigeration machinery and equipment, and

complete air-conditioning units.. Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of complete domesuc and commerciai refrigerators; compressors, evaporators or condensers, for sale separately or in asseinbled units, known to the trade as complete systems, high sides, or low sides; domestic and commercial cabinets; display, storage, etc., cases.

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RAILROAD EQUIPMENT-Continued 1912 Cars and car equipment-railroad, street, and rapid.

transit Establishments primarily engaged in building, rebuild

ing, and repairing railroad, street, and rapid-transit cars for operation on rails for freight and for passenger service. Some of these cars may include an engine as an integral part of the car. Establishments manufacturing industrial and inining rail cars are included in Industry 1733.

AIRCRAFT AND PARTS 1921 Aircraft and parts, including aircraft engines

Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of complete aircraft, both heavier-than-air and lighterthan-air, including gliders, balloons, and parachutes. This industry also includes the manufacture of parts peculiarly for aircraft, such as aircraft engines, pro

pellers, propeller blades, and pontoons.

SHIP AND BOAT BUILDING AND REPAIRING 1931 Shipbuilding and ship repairing

Establishments primarily engaged in building and re

pairing ships of 5 gross tons and over of all types; steel and wood, self-propelled by sailor motive power or not sell-propelled, such as barges, canal boats,

lighters, etc. 1932 Boat building and boat repairing

Establishments primarily engaged in building and

repairing boats of less than 5 gross tons of all types, steel or wood, such as inboard and outboard motorboats, yachts, sailboats, rowboats, lifeboats (motorpropelled and hand-propelled), canoes, eto.

MOTORCYCLES, BICYCLES, AND PARTS 1941 Motorcycles, bicycles, and parts

Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of complete motorcycles and side cars; bicycles; motorcycle and bicycle parts, such as saddles, seat posts, frames, handlebars, etc. The assembling of complete motorcycles or bicycles from purchased

parts is included in this industry. TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT NOT ELSE

WHERE CLASSIFIED 1999 Transportation equipment not elsewhere classified

Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of trarsportation equipment not elsewhere classified, such as horse-drawn vehicles (carriages, wagons, sleighs, and sleds) and parts, wlieelbarrows, etc. The manufacture of children's vehicles is included in Industry 2043.

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Industry Group 18.-AUTOMOBILES AND AUTOMOBILE

EQUIPMENT

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CLASSIFICATIONS, 1939

1937 Industry No.

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Motor vehicles, motor-vehicle bodies, parts and acces

sories Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

or assembly of complete motor vehicles, motorvehicle chassis, bodies, and such parts and acces. sories as gears, wheels, radiators, bumpers, shock. absorbers, frames, horns, windshield wipers, etc.; and trailers for motor-trucks and truck tractors. This industry does not include establishments manufacturing tires and tubes (1111), springs (1449, 1494), ignition apparatus, batteries, starting and lighting equipment (1640). heavilights (1580), sheet-metal stampings (1472), hardware (1459), etc.

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The Group as a whole
This group of industries includes establishments
primarily engaged in manufacturing a wide variety of
products not included in other major manufacturing
groups. The products fail into the following subclassifi-
cations:

Buttons.
Costume jewelry and miscellaneous products.
Miscellaneous industries not elseu here classified.
Musical instruments.
Pens, pencils, stencils, and artists' materials.
Professional and scientific instruments.
Photographic apparatus and optical goods.
Surgical and dental instruments, equipment, and

supplies.

Toys and sporting and athletic goods. PROFESSIONAL AND SCIENTIFIC INSTRU.

MENTS, PHOTOGRAPHIC APPARATUS, AND

OPTICAL GOODS 2011 Professional and scientific instruments (except surgical

and dental). Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of professional and scientific instruments, such as surveyors', nautical, and aeronautical; barometers; thermometers (except clinical, 2021); compasses; and instruments for laboratory work and scientific research, except microscopes and telescopes (2013). The production of surgical and dental instruments

and equipment is classified in Industry 2021. 2012 Photographic apparatus and materials and projection

equipment (except lenses)
Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of photographicand motion-picture cameras and pro-
jection apparatus, and associated materials and sup-
plies such as films, sensitized paper and plates, reels,
tanks, tripods, etc. The production of lenses is
classified in Industry 2013.

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The Group as a Whole This group of industries includes establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing equipment for transpor. tation by air, land, and water. Establishments producing automobiles are included in Group 18, and those producing children's vehicles in Group 20.

RAILROAD EQUIPMENT 1911 Locomotives (including frames) and parts: railroad,

mining, and industrial Establishments primarily engaged in building and

rebuilding rail-traction locomotives: steam, compressed air, Diesel-electric, straight-electric, gasoline

electric, straight internal-combustion, etc. "Part of.

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PENS, PENCILS, STENCILS, AND ARTISTS'

MATERIALS-Continued

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Pencils (except mechanical) and crayons. Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of wood-cased lead pencils, holders and leads manufactured for sale as such, and crayons. The production of mechanical pencils is classified in Industry

2051. Hand stamps, stencils, and brands Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of rubber and metal stamps, dies, seals, and presses; steel letters and figures; stencils for use in painting, marking, or in addressing machines; irons for brand

ing articles of merchandise, etc. Artists' materials Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of materials for art work. Carbon paper and inked ribbons. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacture of

carbon paper for typewriters, sales books, etc., stencil paper, and inked ribbons for typewriters, adding machines, cash registers, etc.

BUTTONS

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SURGICAL, MEDICAL, AND DENTAL INSTRU.

MENTS, EQUIPMENT, AND SUPPLIES Surgical and medical instruments Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of surgical veterinarian, orthopedic and other medical instruments, and clinical thermometers. Household and industrial thermometers are classified in

Industry 2011. Surgical supplies and equipment not elsewhere classified;

orthopedic appliances Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of surgical appliances and supplies, including surgical dressings and elastic goods, and artificial limbs. Medical and surgical instruments are classified in

Industry 2021. Dental equipment and supplies.. Establishinents primarily engaged in the manufacture

of mechanical devices and other equipment for use by dentists.

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Buttons
Establishments primarily engaged in tho manufacture

of buttons, parts of buttons, and button blanks and
molds, of all materials except precious metal and
precious or semiprecious stones (1551).

COSTUME JEWELRY AND MISCELLANEOUS

PRODUCTS

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Costume jewelry and costume novelties (jewelry other

than fine jewelry) Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of costume jewelry, costume novelties and ornaments made of all materials except precious metal and pre

cious stones (1551). Jewelry cases and instrument cases Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of cases, fancy boxes and trays for jewelry, instruments, cutlery, eyeglasses, combs, cigarettes, pipes, - toilet sets, etc. Lamp shades. Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of lamp shades of all materials except glass (Industry

1330) and metal (Groups 14 and 15). Feathers, plumes, and artificial flowers. Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of artificial flowers, fruits, and foliage made of all materials except glass (1330); and establishments primarily engaged in producing fancy feathers, plumes, and articles made principally of feathers and plumes. This industry includes establishments curling, dyeing, and renovating ostrich feathers for the trade. MISCELLANEOUS INDUSTRIES, NOT

ELSEWHERE CLASSIFIED

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Organs.
Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of complete pipe organs and reed organs. Piano and organ parts and materials. Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of piano and organ parts and materials for sale as such. The production of complete pianos and or

gans is classified in Industries 2031 and 2032. Musical instruments, parts, and materials not else

where classified Establishments primarily engaged in manufacture of

all kinds of complete musical instruments, except pianos (2031) and organs (2032); and in manufacturing parts and materials for all kinds of musical

instruments except piano and organ parts (2033). TOYS AND SPORTING AND ATHLETIC GOODS Games and toys (except dolls and children's vehicles) Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of games for adults, such as dice games, etc.; and all games and toys for children, except dolls (2042) and children's vehicles (2043). Playing cards are classified in Industry 799, and adult gaming equipment

for outdoor sport and athletics in Industry 2019. Dolls (except rubber). Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of all kinds of dolls and doll parts (except rubber,

1199), and doll clothing. Children's vehicles Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of baby carriages, children's sleds, wagons, tricycles,

and other children's vehicles. Sporting and athletic goods not elsewhere classified Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of sporting and athletic goods, not elsewhere classified. This industry covers billiard and pool tables, bowling alleys, etc. Athletic apparel is classified in Group 4, animunition in Industry 988, and firearms

in Industry 1497. PENS, PENCILS, STENCILS, AND ARTISTS'

MATERIALS

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Brooms
Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of household brooms, whiskbrooms, and industrial
brooms, of broom corn, bassine, etc.; and street.

sweeping brooms made of heavier materials. Brushes Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of paint brushes and all other kinds of brushes from

any material except rubber. Beauty-shop and barber-shop equipment. Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of special furniture, de vices, and equipment for use

in beauty shops and barber shops. Furs, dressed and dyed.. Establishments primarily engaged in scraping, curry,

ing, tanning, bleaching, and dyeing of pelts, and

dressing of hair and bristles. Signs, advertising displays, and advertising novelties. Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of neon signs, electrical, mechanical, cut-out, or plate

signs, advertising displays, and advertising novelties. Fabricated plastic products, not elsewhere classified... Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of finished products (not elsewhere classified) made of synthetic resins, cellulose compounds, casein or galalith. Articles made of pressed wood pulp are classified in Industry 794. The manufacture of cellulose plastics and phenolic resins for salo as such is classified in Industry 982.

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Umbrellas, parasols, and canes.
Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of complete umbrellas, parasols, and canes, and
frames, handles, parts, and trimmings for the same,
except those of precious metal (1551).

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Tobacco pipes and cigarette holders.
Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of tobacco pipes of all materials, and cigarette and
cigar holders except hard rubber (1199).

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MISCELLANEOUS INDUSTRIES NOT

ELSEWHERE CLASSIFIED-Continued Needles, pins, hooks and eyes, and slide and snap

fasteners Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of machine and hand needles, knitting and sewing; toilet and safety pins, wire hairpins, etc.; glove fasteners, snap fasteners, slide fasteners, hooks and

eyes, etc. Fire extinguishers, chemical.. Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of portable fire extinguishers, hose reels, and other apparatus, except motor propelled (1810), and appliances for fire extinguishing by means of chemicals; chemical preparations for use with such apparatus and appliances; hand grenades for fire extinguishing,

etc. Miscellaneous fabricated products not else where clas

sified Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture

of theatrical scenery, advertising curtains; combs and hairpins (other than metal or rubber). hair ornaments, beaded articles, holiday goods, celluloid novelties, and many other small articles not covered by distinct classifications.

SPECIAL INQUIRY Motion pictures, not including projection in theaters.

Studios and laboratories primarily engaged in all processes and activities connected with the production of motion-picture films, such as the preparation and photography of scenes, the development of exposed films, the printing of projection films, and other studio and laboratory work necessary in connection with the production of projection films for use. It does not, howerer, include the distribution of these films and their projection in thenters.

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Hair work.
Establishments primarily engaged in the manufcture

of wigs, switches, braids, puffs, and related articles
made largely from human hair but in some cases from
mohair or other animal hair.

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