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APPENDIX E

INDUSTRY CHANGES: 1937-1939

Industry Group 1.-FOOD AND KINDRED PRODUCTS

(References in parentheses in right-hand column are to 1939 industry numbers)
1939

1937
(11-Meat packing, wholesale.
112-Custom slaughtering, wholesale.

123-Meat packing, wholesale.
113-Sausages, prepared meats, and other meat products--not made in meat-

128-Sausage, meat puddings, headcheese, etc., not made in meat-packing establish-

ments.
packing establishments.

117-Food preparations not elsewhere classified (part of; see also Ind. 125 and 199).
114-Sausage casings-not made in meat-packing establishments.

137-Sausage casings-not made in meat-packing establishments.
115-Poultry dressing and packing, wholesale.

126--Poultry dressing and packing, wholesale.
121---Creamery butter.

103--Butter.
122-Checse.

107--Cheese
123-Condensed and evaporated milk.

111--Condensed and evaporated milk,
124-Ice cream and ices.

118-Ice cream.
125-Special dairy products.

117–Food preparations not elsewhere classified (part of; see also Ind. 113 and 199).
131---Canned fish, crustacea, and mollusks.

104-Canned and cured fish, crabs, shrimps, oysters, and clams.
132-Cured fish.
133—Canned and dried fruits and vegetables (including canned soups).
134-Preserves, jams, jellies, and fruit butters.

105--Canned and dried fruits and vegetables; canned and bottled juices; preserves,
135-Pickled fruits and vegetables and vegetable sauces and seasonings.
136-Salad dressings.

jellies, fruit butters, pickles, and sauces.
137-Quick-frozen foods.
141-Flour and other grain-mill products.

116-Flour and other grain-mill products.
142--Prepared feeds (including mineral) for animals and fowls.

114--Feeds, prepared, for animals and fowls.
143—Cereal preparations.

106~Cereal preparations (part of; see also Ind. 145).
144-Rice cleaning and polishing.

127-Rice cleaning and polishing.
145—Blended and prepara ftotr: made from purchased flour.

106--Cereal preparations (part of; see also Ind. 143).
151-Bread and other bakery products (except biscüii, crackers, and pretzels).

102- Bread and other bakery products,
152-Biscuit, crackers, and pretzels.
161-Cane sugar-except refineries.

130-Sugar manufacture, cane.
162-Cane-sugar refining.

131--Sugar refining, cane.
163-Beet sugar.

129-Sugar, beet.
171--Candy and other confectionery products.

112--Confectionery.
172-Chocolate and cocoa products.

109-Chocolate and cocoa products, not including confectionery.
173-Chewing gum.

108-Chewing gum.
181-Nonalcoholic beverages.

101- Beverages, nonalcoholic.
182-Malt liquors.

134-Liquors, malt.
183-Malt.

122-Malt.
184-Wines.

135-Liquors, vinous.
185-Liquors, distilled.

133-Liquors, distilled.
186-Liquors, rectified or blended.

136-Liquors, rectified or blended.
191-Baking powder, yeast, and other learening compounds.

603— Baking powder, yeast, and other leavening compounds.
192-Cooking and other edible fats and oils, not elsewhere classified.

120--Shortenings (other than lard), vegetable cooking oils, and salad oils.
193-Oleomargarine--not made in meat-packing establishments.

124---Oleomargarine (margarine) not made in meat-packing establishments.
194-Corn sirup, corn sugar, corn oil, and starch.

113--Corn sirup, corn sugar, corn oil, and starch.
195-Flavoring extracts and flavoring sirups, not elsewhere classified.

115-Flavoring extracts, Davoring sirups, and related products.
196-Vinegar and cider.

132-Vinegar and cider.
197--Ice, manufactured.

119-Ice, manufactured.
198-- Macaroni, spaghetti, vermicelli, and noodles.

121-Macaroni, spaghetti, vermicelli, and noodles.
199 Food preparations, not elsewhere classified.

117–Food preparations not elsewhere classified (part of; see also Ind. 113 and 126).

Industry Group 2.-TOBACCO MANUFACTURES
1939

1937
211-Cigarettes.

1652--Cigarettes.
221-Cigars.

1608-Cigars.
231-Tobacco (chewing and smoking) and snuft.

1647--Tobacco (chewing and smoking) and snuff.

Industry Group 3.—TEXTILE-MILL PRODUCTS AND OTHER FIBER MANUFACTURES
(References in parentheses in right-hand column are to 1939 industry numbers)

1937

1939

2031-Cotton woven goods (over 12 inches in width) (part of; see also Ind. 373).
311--Cotton broad woven goods.

2034-Fish nets and seines.

2042–Dyeing and finishing, cotton-fabric (part of; see also Ind. 361 and 362).
312-Cotton narrow fabrics.

2032-Cotton narrow fabrics.
313-Cotton yarn.

2033-Cotton yarn and thread.
314-Cotton thread.

2041-Dyeing and finishing yarn (cotton, rayon, and silk) for sale on commission

(part of; see also Ind. 361).
321-Silk broad woven goods-regular factories or jobbers engaging contractors.
322-Silk broad woven goods-contract factories.

2102-Silk broad woven goods (18 inches wide and over).
323-Silk narrow fabrics.

2103--Silk narrow fabrics.
324-Silk yarn and thread, spun or thrown-regular factories or jobbers engaging 2104—Silk yarn and thread-made for sale.

contractors,
325-Silk throwing and spinning-contract factories.

2101-Silk throwing and spinning-commission only,
331-Rayon bread woven goods-regular factories or jobbers engaging contractors. } 2092–Rayon broad woven goods (18 inches wide and over).
332-Rayon broad woven goods-contract factories.
333— Rayop narrow fabrics.

2093–Rayon narrow fabrics.
334—Payon yarn and thread, spun or thrown-regular factories or jobbers engaging 2094--Rayon yarn and thread-processed for sale.

contractors.
335-Rayon throwing and spinning-contract factories.

2091–Rayon throwing and spinning-commission only.
2121-Wool scouring (part of; see also Ind. 342).

2122— Woolen yarn (part of; see also Ind. 342).
341-Woolen and worsted manufactures-regular factories or jobbers engaging

2123-Woolen woven goods, including woven felts (part of; see also Ind. 342 and 343).

2124-Wool combing --commission, and tops for sale (part of; see also Ind. 342).
contractors.

212--Worsted yarn (part of; see also Ind. 342).
2126--Worsted woven goods (part of; see also Ind. 342 and 343).
2128-Woolen and worsted dyeing and finishing (part of; see also Ind. 343).
2121-Wool scouring (part of; see also Ind. 341).

2122—Woolen yarn (part of; see also Ind. 341).
342— Woolen and worsted manufactures---contract factories.

2123-Woolen woven goods, including woven felts (part of; see also Ind. 341 and 343).
2124--Wool combing --commission, and tops for sale (part of; see also Ind. 341).
21254 Worsted yarn (part of; see also Ind. 341).
2126-Worsted woven goods (part of; see also Ind. 341 and 343).

2123-Woolen woven goods (part of; see also Ind. 341 and 342).
343-Dyeing and finishing woolen and worsted.

2126-Worsted woven goods (part of; see also Ind. 341 and 342).

2128-Woolen and worsted dyeing and finishing (part of; see also Ind. 341).
351-Hosiery-full-fashioned.

2071-Hosiery.
352--Hosiery-seamless.
353-Knitted cloth.

2072-Knitted cloth.
354--Knitted outerwear (except knit glove:)--rogular factories or jobbers ecgaging 2073--Knitted outerwear-regular factories.

contractors.
355—Knitted outerwear (except knit gloves)--contract factories.

2273-Knitted outerwear-contract factories.

2074-Knitted underwear.
356-Knitted underwear.

2168-Underwear and nightwear of knitted fabric, nomen's, children's, and infants'
(part of; see also Ind. 441).

Industry Group 3.—TEXTILE-MILL PRODUCTS AND OTHER FIBER MANUFACTURES-Continued

(References in parentheses in right-hand column are to 1939 industry numbers] 1939

1937

2075Gloves and mittens, knitted. 357—Knitted gloves.

2171-Gloves and mittens, cloth or cloth and leather combined, made from pur.

chased materials (part of; see also Ind. 480 and 481). 2041--Dyeing and finishing yarn (cotto!), rayon, and silk) --for sale or on cominission

(part of, soe also Ind. 313 and 314). 361--Dyeing and finishing cotton, rayon, silk, and linen textiles.

2012--Dyeing and finishing, cotton-fabric (part of; see also Ind. 311 and 362). 2043 Dyeing and finishing, rayonard silk-labric (part of; see also Ird. 362). 2012 - Dyring and finishing, cotton-fabric (part of; see also Ind, 311 and 301).

2013--Dyeing and finishing, rayon, and silk-fabric (part of; see also Ind. 361). 362-Cloth sponging and miscellaneous special finishing.

2152--Clothing, men's, youths', and boys', not elsewhere classified-contract factories

(part of; see also Ind. 412 and 186). 371-Carpets and rugs, wool.

2013—Carpets and rugs, wool (other than rag). 372–Carpet yarn, woolen and worsted.

2014-Carpet yarn, woolen and worsted.
2011--Carpets and rugs, paper-fiber and grass.

2012-Carpets and rugs, rag.
373—Carpets, rugs, and mats made from such materials as paper fiber, grass, jute, 2022--Jute goods (part of; see also Ind. 398).
flax, sisal, cotton, cocoa fiber, and rags.

2023---Liren goods (part of: see also Ind. 397).
2031--Cotton woven goods (over 12 inches in width) (part of; see also Ind. 311).

2192 - Housesurnishings not elsewhere clas ed, acluding all sheets and pillowcases. 374-Linoleum, asphalted-felt-base, and other hard-surface floor coverings, not 2221-Asphalted-felt-base floor covering. elsewhere classified.

2222 -Linoleum. 381--Hat bodies and hats, fur-felt.

2061-Hats, sur-felt (part of; se also Ind. 385). 382--Hat bodies and hats, wool-felt.

2062 - Hat bodies, carded wool-lelt. 383-Hats, straw.

2063-Hats, straw, men's (part of; see also Ind. 385). 384-Hatters' fur.

2064--Hat and can materials, men's (part of; see also Ind. 426).

2061--Hats, fur-felt (part of; see also Ind. 381). 385– Finishing of men's and boys' hats of fur-felt, wool-felt, and straw.

2063--Hats, straw, men's (part of: see also Ind. 383). 390--Felt goods, wool, hair, and jute (except woven felts and bat bodies and hats). 2051-- Felt gooris, except woven felts. 391-Lace goods.

2081-Lare goods. 392- Batting, padding, and wadding; upholstery filling.

211–Batting, padding, and wadding; upholstery filling. 393--- Processed waste and recovered wool fibers--regular factories or jobbers engaging contractors.

2112-Processed waste and recovered wool fiber-for sale. 394-Processed waste and recovered wool fibers-contract factories.

2201-- Artificial leather. 395- Artificial leather and oilcloth.

2202-Oilcloth. 397-Linen goods.

2023— Linen goods (part of; see also Ind. 311 and 373). 398 - Jute goods (except felt).

2022--Jute goods (part of; see also Ind. 373). 399-Cordage and twine.

2021-Cordage and twine.

Industry Group 4.-APPAREL AND OTHER FINISHED PRODUCTS MADE FROM FABRICS AND SIMILAR

MATERIALS
(References in parentheses in right-hand column are to 1939 industry numbers)
1939

1937 411-Men's and boys' suits, coats, and overcoats (except work clothing)—made in 2151-Clothing, men's, youths', and boys', not elsewhere classified-regular factories inside factories or by jobbers engaging contractors.

(part of; see also Ind. 486). 412-Men's and boys' suits, coats, and overcoats (except work clothing)-made in 2152--Clothing, men's, youths', and boys’, not elsewhere classified-contract factories contract factories.

(part of: see also Ind. 362 and 486). 413–Men's and boys' shirts (except work shirts), collars, and nightwear-made in 2132-Shirts (except work shirts), collars, and nightwear-regular factories.

inside factories or by jobbers engaging contractors, 414-Men's and boys' shirts (except work shirts), collars, and nightwear-made in 2242-Shirts (except work shirts), collars, and nightwear-contract factories.

contract factories. 415– Men's and boys' underwear-made in inside factories or by jobbers engaging 2141-Underwear, men's--regular factories.

contractors. 416-Men's and boys' underwear--made in contract factories.

2241-Underwear, men's-contract factories. 423—Men's neckwear-made in inside factories or by jobbers engaging contractors. 2143-Furnishing goods, men's, not elsewhere classified-regular factories (part of;

see also Ind. 446 and 485). 424-Men's neckwear-made in contract factories.

2243— Furnishing goods, men's, not elsewhere classified-contract factories (part of;

see also Ind. 485). 425—Men's and boys' hats and caps (except felt and straw).

2142-Hats and caps, except felt and straw, men's. 426-Hat and cap materials; trimmings, etc.

2064–Hat and cap materials, men's (part of; see also Ind. 384). 427-Trousers (semidress), wash suits, and washable service apparel.

2135-Trousers, semidress, wash suits, and washable service apparel. 428--Work shirts.

2133-Clothing, work (including work shirts), and sport garments, except leather

(part of; see also Ind. 429). 2133--Clothing, work (including work shirts), and sport garments, except leather

(part of; see also Ind. 428). 429– Work clothing (except work shirts), sport garments (except leather), and other men's and boys' apparel not elsewhere classified.

2193-Flags, banners, regalia, vestments, robes, and related products (part of; see

also Ind. 499). 430-Women's and misses' blouses and waists-made in inside factories or by jobbers 2161-Blouses, women's, misses', and children's regular factories.

engaging contractors. 431- Women's and misses' blouses and waists-made in contract factories.

2231-Blouses, women's, misses', and children's--contract factories. 432—- Women's and misses' dresses (except house dresses)-made in inside factories 2165- Dresses, except house dresses--regular factories.

or by jobbers engaging contractors. 433-Women's and misses' dresses (except house dresses)-made in contract factories. 2234-Dresses, except house dresses--contract factories. 434-House dresses, uniforms, and aprons-made in inside factories or by jobbers 2166—Dresses: house dresses, uniforms, and aprons-regular factories.

engaging contractors. 435-House dresses, uniforms, and aprons-made in contract factories.

2238 - Dresses: house dresses, uniforms, and aprons--contract factories. 436-Coats, suits, and skirts (except fur coats)---made in inside factories or by jobbers 2163-Coats, suits, and separate skirts, women's, misses', and juniors'--regular engaging contractors.

factories. 437–Coats, suits, and skirts (except fur coats)---made in contract factories.

2233-Coats, suits, and separate skirts, women's, misses', and juniors'-contract

factories. 438—Women's and misses' clothirg, not elsewhere classified-made in inside factories 2169-Clothing, women's, misses', and children's, not elsewhere classified- regular or by jobbers engaging contractors.

factories (part of; see also Ind. 443, 449, 485, and 486). 439—Women's and misses' clothing, not elsewhere classified-made in contract 2237-Clothing, women's, misses', and children's, not elsewhere classified-contract factories.

factories (part of; see also Ind. 443, 419, 485, and 486). 441–Women's, children's, and infants' underwear and nightwear of knitted fabrics. 2168-Underwear and nightwear of knitted fabric, women's, children's, and infants'

(part of; see also Ind. 356). 442--Women's, children's, and infants' underwear and nightwear of cotton and 2160-Underwear and nightwear of cotton and flannelette woven fabrics, women's, flandelette woven fabrics.

children's, and infants'.

2169-Clothing, women's, misses', and children's, not elsewhere classified-regular 443--Women's, children's, and infants' underwear and nightwear of silk and rayon

factories (part of; see also Ind. 438, 449, 485, and 486). woven fabrics.

2237-Clothing, women's, misses', and children's, not elsewhere classified--contract

factories (part of; see also Ind. 439, 449, 485, and 486). 445-Corsets and allied garments

2164-Corsets and allied garments.

906 Leather goods not elsewhere classified (part of; see also Ind. 1299).

2143-Furnishing goods, men's, not elsewhere classified-regular factories (part of; 446——Belts (apparel), regardless of material.

sce also Ind, 423 and 485). 2169-Clothing, women's, misses', and children's, not elsewhere classified-regular

factories (part of; see also Ind. 438, 443, 485 and 486).

2169-Clothing, women's, misses', and children's, not elsewhere classified-regular 449-Women's neckwear, scarfs, etc.

factories (part of; see also Ind. 438, 443, 446, 485, and 486). 2237-Clothing, women's, inisses', and children's, not elsewhere classified-contract

factories (part of; see also Ind. 439, 443, 485, and 486). 451--Millinery.

2167- Millinery- regular factories.

2267–Millinery-contract factories. 461- Children's dresses-made in inside factories or by jobbers engaging contractors. 2162--Outerwear, children's and infants'-regular factories (part of; see also Ind. 463

and 105).

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Industry Group 4.-APPAREL AND OTHER FINISHED PRODUCTS MADE FROM FABRICS AND SIMILAR

MATERIALS—Continued
(References in parentheses in right-hand column are to 1939 indusiry numbers)

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2236-Outerwear, children's and infants'--contract factories (part of; see also Ind.

464 and 466). 2162-Outerwear, children's and infants'-regular factories (part of; see also Ind. 461

and 465). 2236 --Outerwear, children's and infants'-contract factories (part of; see also Ind. 462

and 466). 2162--Outerwear, children's and infants'---regular factories (part of; see also Ind. 461

and 463). 2236--Outerwear, children's and infants'-contract factories (part of; see also Ind. 462

and 461). 1915---Fur goods-regular factories. 1665Fur goods-contract factories. 2171--Gloves and mittens, cloth or cloth and leather combined, made from purchased

materials (part of; see also Ind. 357 and 481). 2171 -Gloves and mittens, cloth or cloth and leather combined, made from purchased

materials (part of; see also Ind. 357 and 480). 2172-Handkerchiels--regular factories. 2272—Handkerchiefs-- contract factories. 2173–Suspenders, garters, and other elastic woven products (except orthopedic and

athletic), made from purchased webbing. 2143—-Furnishing goods, men's, not elsewhere classified-regular factories (part of;

see also Ind. 423 and 446). 2243— Furnishing goods, men's, not elsewhere classified-contract factories (part of;

sce also Ind. 424). 2169-Clothing, women's, misses', and children's, not elsewhere classified-regular

factories (part of; see also Ind. 438, 143, 449, and 486). 2237---Clothing, women's, misses', and children's, not elsewhere classified-contract

factories (part of; see also Ind. 439, 413, 449, and 186). 2151--Clothing, men's, youths', and boys', not elsewhere classified--regular fac.

tories (part of; see also Ind. 411). 2152-Clothing, men's, youths', and boys', not elsewhere classified-contract factories

(part of; see also Ind. 362, and 412). 2169_Clothing, women's, misses', and children's, not elsewhere classified-regular

factories (part of; see also Ind. 438, 443, 449, and 435). 2237-Clothing, women's, misses', and children's, not elsewhere classified-contract

factories (part of; see also Ind. 439, 443, 449, and 485). 2134-Clothing, leather and sheep-lined. 2211-Embroideries-Schillli-machine products-regular factories. 2244--Embroideries--Scbifili-machine products-contract factories. 2212—Embroideries other than Schilli-machine products-regular factories. 2245—Embroideries-other than Schimli-machine products--contract factories. 2213—Trimmings (not made in textile mills); stamped art goods for embroidering

regular factories. 2246—Trimmings (not made in textile mills); stamped art goods for embroidering

contract factories.
2181-Curtains, draperies, and bedspreads-regular factories.
2281-Curtains, draperies, and bedspreads-contract factories.
2182— Housefurnishings not elsewhere classified (part of; see also Ind. 373).
2192-Bags, other than paper.
2191-Awnings, tents, sails, and canvas covers.
2193—Flags, banners, regalia, vestments, robes, and related products (part or; see

also Ind. 429).
2194–Fabricated textile products not elsewhere classified.

486-Raincoats and other waterproof garments (except oiled cotton).

487--Clothing, leather and sheep-lined.
488--Embroideries: Schimi-machine products.
490-Embroideries, other than Schifi-machine products-made in regular factories

or by jobbers engaging contractors.
491-Embroideries, other than Schimi-inachine products-contract factories.
492—Trimmings (not made in textile mills), stamped art goods, and art needle:

work made in regular factories or hy jobbers engaging contractors. 493— Trimmings (not made in textile mills), stamped art goods, and art needle

work-contract factories. 494-Curtains, draperies, and bedspreads-made in regular factories or by jobbers

engaging contractors. 495–Curtains, draperies, and bedspreads-contract factories. 496--Housefurnishings (except curtains, draperies, and bedspreads). 497-Textile bags--not made in textile mills. 498—Canvas products (except bags). 499—Miscellaneous fabricated textile products not elsewhere classified.

Industry Group 5.—LUMBER AND TIMBER BASIC PRODUCTS

(References in parentheses in right-hand column are to 1939 industry numbers] 1939

1937 511-Lögging camps and logging contractors (not operating sawmills). 520-Sawmills, veneer mills, and cooperage-stock mills, including those combined 311—Lumber and timber products not elsewhere classified (part of; see also Ind. 532).

with logging camps and with planing mills. 531-Planing mills not operated in conjunction with sawmills.

314--Planing-mill products and other wooden products not elsewhere classified,

made in planing mills not connected with sawmills (part of; see also Ind.

532 and 663). 311-Lumber and timber products not elsewhere classified (part of; see also Ind.

511 and 520). 532— Plywood mills.

314--Planing-mill products and other wooden products not elsewhere classified, made

in planing mills not connected with sawmills (part of; see also Ind. 531 and 663).

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1624-Mattresses and bedsprings not elsewhere classified.

309— Furniture, including store and office fixtures.

811--Mattresses and bedsprings.
612-Upholstered household furniture.
619—Household furniture except upholstered.
620-Office furniture.
631-Public-building furniture.
632- Laboratory, hospital, and other professional furniture.
641- Partitions, shelving, cabinet work, and oflice and store fixtures.
651--Baskets for fruits and vegetables,
652—Rattan and willowware (except furniture) and baskets other than vegetable

and fruit baskets.
653—Cigar boxes: wooden, part wooden.
654-Wooden boxes except cigar boxes.
655-Cooperage.
661-Window and door screens and weather strip.
662--Window shades.
663—Venetian blinds.

301-Baskets and rattan and willowware, not including furniture.
303— Boxes, cigar, wooden and part wooden,
301---Boxes, wooden, except cigar boxes.
306--Cooperage.
318—Window and door screens and weather strip,
1651 - Window shades (textile and paper) and fixtures.
314-Planing-inill products, and other wooden products not elsewhere classified,

made in planing mills not connected with sawmills (part of; see alsu Ind. 531

and 532). 305--Caskets, coffi ns, burial cases, and other morticians' goods. 30%-Excelsior. 307—Cork products. 312-Matches. 319_Wood preserving. 310--Lasts and related products. 313--Mirror and picture frames. 320-Wood turned and shaped and other wooden goods, not elsew here classifies.

671---Caskets, coffins, burial cases, and other morticians' goods.
691---Excelsior.
692-Cork products.
693- Matches.
694-Wood preserving.
695—Lasts and related products.
696--Mirror frames and picture frames.
691Wood products not elsewhere classified.

Industry Group 7.-PAPER AND ALLIED PRODUCTS
(References in parentheses in right-hand column are to 1939 industry numbers]

1939 711-Pulp mills. 720-Paper and paperboard mills. 740--Coated and glazed paper. 751- Envelopes. 760—Paper bags, except those made in paper mills.

774–Fiber cans, tubes, and similar products.

1937 410-Pulp (wood and other fiber). 407-Paper. 408-Paper goods not elsewhere classified (part of; see also Ind. 774, 791, and 799). 405--Envelopes. 401-Bags, paper, exclusive of those made in paper mills. 402– Boxes, paper, not elsewhere classified (part of; see also Ind. 779). 315-Synthetic-resin, cellulose-plastic, vulcanized-fiber, and molded and pressed

pulp fabricated articles, not elsewhere classified (part of; sce also Ind. 794

and 2086). 408-Paper goods not elsewhere classified (part of; see also Ind. 740, 791, and 799). 402-Boxes, paper, not elsewhere classified (part of; see also Ind. 774). 403-Cardboerd, not made in pa per mills. 404-Card cutting and designing. 408-Paper goods not elsew here classified (part of; see also Ind. 740, 774, and 799). 411--Wallpaper. 315--Synthetic-resin, cellulose-plastic, vulcanized-fiber, and molded and pressed

pulp fabricated articles, not elsew bere classified (part of; see also Ind. 774

and 2086). 408—-Paper goods not elsewhere classified (part of; sce also Ind. 740, 774, and 791).

779—Paper board containers and boxes pot elsewhere classified.
791--Diecut paper and paperboard, and converted card board.
793— Wallpaper.
794-Pulp goods (pressed, molded).

799–Converted paper products not elsewhere classified.

Industry Group 8.-PRINTING, PUBLISHING, AND ALLIED INDUSTRIES

(References in parentheses in right-hand column are to 1939 industry numbers] 1939

1937 811-Newspapers: publishing without printing. 812– Newspapers: publishing and printing. 821-Periodicals: publishing without printing.

510—Printing and publishing, newspaper and periodical. 822—Periodicals: publishing and printing. 831– Books: pubiishing without printing.

508—Printing and publishing, book, music, and job (in part; see also Ind. 833, 851, 832—Books: publishing and printing.

862, and 891). 508--Printing and publishing, book, music, and job (in part; see also Ind. 831, 832,

851. 862, and 891). 833— Books: printing without publishing.

506—Lithographing (in part: sce also Ind. 861 and 862).
507— Photoengraving, not done in printing establishments (in part; see also Ind. 871

and 893). 851-General commercial (job) printing.

508– Printing and publishing, book, music, and job (in part; see also Ind. 831, 832,

833, 862, and 891). 861— Lithographing and photo-lithographing (including preparation of stones or 506—Lithographing (in part; see also Ind. 833 and 862). plates and dry transfers).

508— Printing and publishing, book, music, and job (in part; see also Ind. 831, 832,

833, 851, and 891). 862— Greeting cards (except hand-painted).

506-Lithographing (in part; sce also Ind. 833 and 861).
*504--Engraving, steel, copperplate, and wood, and plate printing (in part; see also

Ind. 892). 871-Gravure, rotogravure, and rotary photogravure (including preparation of 507—Photoengraving, not done in printing establishments (in part; see also Ind. 833 plates).

and 893). 880— Bookbinding and related industries.

501- Bookbinding and blank-book making. 891-Machine and hand typesetting (including advertisement typesetting).

508-Printing and publishing, book, music, and job (in part; see also Ind. 831, 832

833, 851, and 862). 892—Engraving (steel, copperplate, and wood); plate printing.

504–Engraving, steel, copperplate, and wood, and plate printing (in part; see also

Ind. 862). 893-Photoengraving, not done in printing establishments (including preparation of 507—Photoengraving, not done in printing establishments (in part; see also Ind. 833 plates).

and 871). 894-Electrotyping and stereotyping, not done in printing establishments.

512-Stereotyping and electrotyping, not done in printing establishments.

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Industry Group 9.-CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS

(References in parentheses in right-hand column are to 1939 industry numbers) 1939

1937 911-Paints, varnishes, and lacquers.

626–Paints, pigments, and varnishes. 912-Colors and pigments. 921--Cottonseed oil, cake, meal, and linters.

622-Oil, cake, and meal, cottonseed. 922-Linseed oil, cake, and meal.

623-Oil, cake, and meal, li nsoed. 923-Soybean oil, cake, and meal.

625--Oils pot elsewhere classified (part of; see also Ind. 925 and 929). 924-Essential oils,

624--Oils, essential. 925— Fish and other marine oils, cake, and meal.

625—Oils not elsewhere classified (part of; see also Ind. 923 and 929). 929–Vegetable and animal oils, not elsew here classified.

625—Oils not elsewhere classified (part of; see also Ind. 923 and 925). 931–Drugs and medicines (including drug grinding).

611–Drugs and medicines,

612–Drug grinding. 932—Perfumes, cosmetics, and other toilet preparations,

628 Perfumes, cosmetics, and other toilet preparations. 933-Insecticides, fungicides, and related industrial and household chemical com- / 627—Insecticides and fungicides, and industrial and household chemical compounds

not elsewhere classified. pounds.

1614-Foundry supplies. 941--Soap and glycerin.

631-Soap. 951--Rayon and allied products.

629-Rayon and allied products. 961-- Hardwood distillation and charcoal manufactures.

633--Wood distillation and charcoal manufacture. 962--Wood naval stores. 963–Gum naval stores (processing but not gathering or warehousing).

317—Turpentine and rosin. 970--Fertilizers.

614- Fertilizers. 980— Tanping materials, natural dyestuffs, mordants, assistants, and sizes,

632—Tanning materials, natural dyestuffs, mordants, and assistants, and sizes. 981-Coal-tar products, crude and intermediates. 982- Plastic materials,

608-Chemicals not elsewhere classified (part of; see also Ind. 999 and 1510). 983—Explosives.

613–Explosives. 984--Salt.

630-Salt. 985-Compressed and liquefied gases not made in petroleum refineries or in natural- 610_Compressed and liquefied gases.

gasoline plants. 986-Bone black, carbon black, and lampblack.

606-Bone black, carbon black, and lampblack. 987-Printing ink.

618--Ink, printing. 988-Ammunition.

602- Ammunition and related products.

609--Cleaning and polishing preparations. 989-Cleaning and polishing preparations, blackings, and dressings.

604- Blacking, stains, and dressings. 990—Glue and gelatin.

616-Glue and gelatin. 991--Grease and tallow (ercopt lubricating greases).

617--Grease and tallow, not including lubricating greases. 992—Lubricating oils and greases--not made in petroleum refineries.

704-Lubricating oils and greases, not made in petroleum refineries. 993-Fireworks.

615--Fireworks and allied products. 994--Candles.

607-Candles. 995--Bluing.

605- Bluing. 996— Mucilage, paste, and other adhesives, except glue and rubber cement.

621--Mucilage, paste, and other adhesives, except glue and rubber cement. 997-Writing ink.

619-Ink, writing. 999—Chemicals not elsewhere classified.

608-Chemicals not elsewhere classified (part of; sce also Ind. 981, 982, and 1510).

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Industry Group 10.-PRODUCTS OF PETROLEUM AND COAL

(References in right-hand column are to 1939 industry numbers) 1939

1937 1011-Petroleum refining.

705-Petroleum refining. 1031 - Beehive coke.

701-Coke-oven products. 1032-Oven coke and coke-oven byproducts. 1051-Paving blocks and paving mixtures: asphalt, creosoted wood, and composition. 1632– Paving materials: blocks (except brick and stone) and mixtures. 1052–Roofing, built-up and roll; asphalt shingles; roof coating (except paint).

1638–Roofing, built-up and roll; asphalt shingles; rool coatings other than paint. 1091-Fuel briquets.

702-Fuel briquets. Industry Group 11.-RUBBER PRODUCTS

(References in right-hand column are to 1939 industry numbers] 1939

1937 1111—Tires and inner tubes.

803_Rubber tires and inner tubes. 1121-Rubber boots and shoes (including rubber-soled footwear with fabric uppers). 801-Boots and shoes, rubber. 1191-Reclaimed rubber. 1199-Rubber products not elsewhere classified.

} 802–Rubber goods other than tires, inner tubes, and boots and shoes.

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Industry Group 12.-LEATHER AND LEATHER PRODUCTS

(References in parent eses in right-hand column are to 1939 industry numbers) 1939

1937 1211—Leather: tanned, curried, and inished--regular factories or jobbers engaging 907—Leather: tanned, carried, and finished-regular factories.

contractors. 1212—Leather: tanned, curried, and finished-contract factories.

927—Leather: tanned, curried, and finished-contract factories. 1221-Industrialleather belting and packing leather.

901-Belting and packing, leather. 1230-Boot and shoecutstock and findings.

902-Boot and shoe cut stock and findings. 1240—Footwear (exceptrubber).

904–Boots and shoes, other than rubber. 1250—Leather gloves and mittens.

905-Gloves and mittens, leather. 1260-Suitcases, brief cases, bags, trunks, and other luggage.

910—Trunks, suitcases, brief cases, bags, and other luggage. 1271- Women's pocketbooks, handbags, and purses.

908—- Handbags and purses, women's. 1272-Small leather goods.

911-Leather goods-small articles. 1291-Saddlery, barness, and whips.

909-Saddlery, harness, and whips. 1299-Leather goods not elsewhere classified.

906-Leather goods not elsew bere classified (part of; see also Ind. 446). Industry Group 13.-STONE, CLAY, AND GLASS PRODUCTS

(References in parentheses in right-hand column are to 1939 industry numbers] 1939

1937 1310-Flat glass. 1321-Glass containers.

1008—Glass. 1329–Tableware, pressed or blown glass, and glassware not elsewhere classified. 1330-Mirrors and other glass products made of purchased glass.

1016-Mirrors and other glass products made of purchased glass. 1340 Cement.

1002-Cement. 1351—Brick and hollow structural tile. 1352—Terra cotta. 1353-Roofing tile. 1354-Floor and wall tile (except quarry tile).

1004–Olay products, other than pottery 1355—Sewer pipe and kindred products. 1356-Clay refractories, including refractory cement (clay). 1359_Clay products (except pottery) not elsewhere classified. 1361-Vitreous-china plumbing fixtures. 1362-Hotel china.

1017_Pottery, including porcelain ware (part of; see also Ind. 1369). 1363-Whiteware. 1364—Porcelain electrical supplies. 1365—China firing and decorating (for the trades.

1003–China firing and decorating, not done in potteries. 1369-Pottery products not elsewhere classified.

1017-Pottery, including porcelain ware (part of; see also Ind. 1361, 1362, 1363, and 1364). 1371--Concrete products.

1005—Concrete products. 1372—Gypsum products.

1022-Gypsum products. 1373-Mineral wool. 1374–Wallboard and wall plaster (except gypsum), building insulation (except

1020-Wallboard and plaster (except gypsum) building insulation and floor com.

position. mineral wool), and floor composition. 1375-Lime.

1013–Lime. 1380—Monuments, tombstones, cut-stone, and stone products not elsewhere classified. 1014-Marble, granite, slate, and other stone, cut and shaped. 1391 - Abrasive wheels, stones, paper, cloth, and related products.

1021-Abrasive

wheels, stones, paper, and cloth, and related products. 1392- Asbestos products (except steam packing and pipe and boiler covering). 1001- Asbestos products other than steam packing and pipe and boiler covering. 1393-Steam and other packing; pipe and boiler covering.

1644-Steam and other packing, pipe and boiler covering, and gaskets, not elsewhere

classified, 1394-Natural graphite, ground and refined.

1010-Graphite, ground and refined. 1395-Minerals and earths, und or otherwise treated.

1015–Minerals and earths ground or otherwise treated. 1396-Sand-lime brick, block and tile.

1018–Sand-lime brick. 1397-Nonclay refractories.

1023-Nonclay refractories. 1398—Statuary and art goods (except stone and concrete)-factory production. 1019--Statuary and art goods (except concrete), factory production. Industry Group 14.-IRON AND STEEL AND THEIR PRODUCTS, EXCEPT MACHINERY

[References in parentheses in right-hand column are to 1939 industry numbers) 1939

1937 1411-Blast-furnace products.

1110—Blast-furnace products. 1412-Steel works and rolling mills. 1423-Steel castings.

1112-Steel-works and rolling-mill products. 1421--Gray-iron and semisteel castings. 1422-Malleable-iron castings.

1131—Foundry products (gray-iron and malleable-iron). 1424-Cast-iron pipe and fittings.

1102—Cast-iron pipe and fittings. 1430—Tin cans and other tinware not elsewhere classified.

1123—Tin cans and other tinware not elsewhere classified. 1441--Wire drawn from purchased rods.

1126-Wire drawn from purchased rods. 1442–Nails, spikes, etc., not made in wire mills or in plants operated in connection 1113—-Nails, spikes, etc., not made in wire mills or in plants operated in connection with rolling mills.

with rolling mills, 1449— Wirework not elsewhere classified.

1127-Wirework not elsewhere classified. 1451-Cutlery (except aluminum, silver, and plated cutlery) and edge tools.

1103-Cutlery (not including silver and plated cutlery) and edge tools. 1452-Tools (except edge tools, machine tools, files, and saws).

1125--Tools, not including edge tools, machine tools, files, or saws. 1453--Files.

1105-Files. 1454-Saws.

1116 Saws. 1459—Hardware not elsewhere classified.

1109—Hardware not elsewhere classified. 1461-Enameled-iron sanitary ware and other plumbers' supplies (not including pipe 1114-Plumbers' supplies, not including pipe or vitreous china sanitary ware.

and vitreous and semivitreous china sanitary ware). 1463-Power boilers and associated products,

1130—Boiler-shop products. 1462-Oil burners, domestic and industrial, 1464-Steam and hot-water heating apparatus (including hot-water furnaces). 1465--Stoves, ranges, water heaters, and hot-air furnaces (except electric).

1119-Heating and cooking apparatus, excopt electric. 1466_Steam fitings, regardless of material. 1469 Heating and cooking apparatus, except electric, not elsewhere classified. 1471-Vitreous-enameled products, including kitchen, household, and hospital

utensils. 1472-Automobile stampings.

1129_Stamped and pressed metal products; enameling, japanning, and lacquering. 1473—Stamped and pressed metal products (except automobile stampings). 1474-Enameling, japanning, and lacquering. 1975–Galvanizing and other coating-carried on in plants not operated in connection 1108–Galvanizing and other coating, done in plants not operated in connection with with rolling mills.

rolling mills. 1481–Fabricated structural steel and ornamental metal work, made in plants not 1122-Structural and ornamental metal work, made in plants not operated in connecoperated in connection with rolling mills.

tion with rolling mills. 463396-42-46

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