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Industry Group 14.-IRON AND STEEL AND THEIR PRODUCTS, EXCEPT MACHINERY—Continued

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

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1482-Doors, window sash, frames, molding, and trim (made of metal).
1491-Bolts, nuts, washers, and rivets-made in plants not operated in connection

with rolling mills.
1492–Forgings, iron and steel-made in plants not operated in connection with

rolling mills. 1493—Wrought pipe, welded and heavy riveted-made in plants not operated in

connection with rolling mills. 1494—Springs, steel (except wire)---made in plants not operated in connection with

rolling mills. 1495–Screw-machine products and wood screws. 1496–Steel barrels, kegs, and drums. 1497--Firearms. 1498 Sales and vanlts. 1499-Cold-rolled steel sheets and strip and cold-finished steel bars made in plants not

operated in connection with hot-rolling mills.

1104-Doors, shutters, and window sash and frames, molding, and trim, metal. 1101—Bolts, nuts, washers, and rivets, made in plants not operated in connection

with rolling mills. 1107–Forgings, iron and steel, made in plants not operated in connection with steel

works or rolling mills. 1128— Wrought pipe, welded and beavy riveted, made in plants not operated in

connection with rolling mills. 1118—Springs, steel, except wire, made in plants not operated in connection with

rolling mills. 1117--Screw-machine products and wood screws. 1120_Steel barrels, kegs, and drums. 1106--Firearms. 1115 Sales and vaults. 1326—Machine-shop products (part of; see also Ind. 1766, 1768, and 1770).

Industry Group 15.—NONFERROUS METALS AND THEIR PRODUCTS

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

1937 1215_Smelting and refining, copper.

1216-Smelting and refining, lead. 1510—Primary smelting and refining of nonferrous metals.

1218-Smelting and refining, zinc.

608—Chemicals not elsewhere classified (part of; see also Ind. 981, 982, and 999). 1520— Alloying; and rolling and drawing of nonferrous metals, except aluminum. 1212—Nonferrous-metal alloys; nonferrous-metal products, except aluminum, not

elsewhere classified (part of; see also Ind. 1591 and 1599). 1531— Secondary smelting and refining, gold, silver, and platinum.

1209_Gold, silver, and platinum, refining and alloying. 1532—Secondary smelting and refining of nonferrous metals, not elsewhere classified. 1217—Smelting and refining, nonferrous metals other than gold, silver, and platinum,

not from the ore. 1541-Clocks, watches, and materials and parts (except watchcases).

1202—Clocks, watches, time-recording devices, and materials and parts except watch

cases. 1542—Watchcases.

1222-Watchcases. 1551-Jewelry (precious metals).

1210_Jewelry (part of: see also Ind. 2071). 1552–Jewelers' findings and materials.

1224-Jewelers' findings and materials. 1553--Lapidary work.

1623--Lapidary work. 1561_Silverware and plated ware.

1213—Silverware and plated ware. 1571-Engraving on metal (except for printing purposes).

503—Engraving (other than steel, copperplate, or wood), chasing, etching, and

diesinking. 1572—Electroplating, plating, and polishing.

1205–Electroplating. 1580-Lighting fixtures.

1207-Lighting equipment. 1591-Nonferrous-metal foundries (except aluminum).

1212—Nonferrous-metal alloys; nonferrous-metal products, except alominum, not

elsewhere classified (part of; see also Ind. 1520 and 1599). 1592—Aluminum ware, kitchen, hospital, and household (except electrical appliances). 1593—Aluminum products (including rolling and drawing and extruding), Dot else- 1201— Aluminum products.

where classified. 1594-Collapsible tubes.

1203—Collapsible tubes. 1595-Gold and silver leaf and foil.

1208-Gold leaf and foil. 1596—Tin and other foils (except gold and silver foll).

1220—Tin and other foils, not including gold foil 1597—Sheet-metal work not specifically classified.

1204--Sheet-metal work, not specifically classified. 1500-Nonferrous-metal products not elsewhere classified.

1212—Nonferrous-metal alloys; nonferrous-metal products, except aluminum, not

elsewhere classified (part of; see also Ind. 1520 and 1591),

Industry Group 16.-ELECTRICAL MACHINERY

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

1937 1611–Wiring devices and supplies. 1612–Carbon products for the electrical industry, and manufactures of carbon or

artificial graphite. 1613—Electrical measuring instruments. 1619-Generating, distribution, and industrial apparatus, and apparatus for incor

poration in manufactured products, not elsewhere classified. 1620-Electrical appliances.

1303—Electrical machinery apparatus, and supplies. 1630-Insulated wire and cable. 1640-Automotive electrical equpment. 1650-Electric lamps. 1662–Communication equipment. 1691 – Batteries, storage and primary (dry and wet). 1692-X-ray and therapeutic apparatus and electronic tubes. 1699—Electrical products not elsewhere classified. 1661–Radios, radio tubes, and phonographs.

1319_Radios, radlo tubes, and phonographs

Industry Group 17.-MACHINERY (EXCEPT ELECTRICAL)

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

1937 1711-Steam engines, turbines, and water wheels.

1304—Engines, turbines, water wheels, and windmills (part of; see also Ind. 1729 and 1712—Internal combustion engines.

1921). 1721-Tractors.

1301-Agricultural implements (including tractors) (part of; see also Ind. 1729). 1301-Agricultural implements (including tractors) (part of; see also Ind. 1721).

1304–Engines, turbines, water wheels, and windmills (part of; see also Ind. 1711, 1729-Agricultural machinery (except tractors).

1712, and 1921). 1305—Machinery not elsewhere classified (part of; see also Ind. 1731, 1732, 1733, 1749,

1751, 1753, 1754, 1759, 1762, 1763, 1764, 1765, 1766, 1767, 1769, 1771, 1772, and 1782)

1324-Cranes and dredging, excavating, and road-building machinery. 1731–Construction and similar machinery (except mining and oil-field machinery and 1305—Machinery not elsewhere classified (part of; see also Ind. 1729, 1732, 1733, 1749, tools).

1751, 1753, 1754, 1759, 1762, 1763, 1764, 1765, 1766, 1767, 1769, 1771, 1772, and

1782). 1732-Oil-field machinery and tools. 1733-Mining machinery and equipment. 1751-Food-products machinery. 1753—Woodworking machinery. 1754-Paper-mill, pulp-mill, and paper-products machinery. 1759-Special-industry machinery, pot elsew bere classified. 1762– Elevators, escalators, and conveyors.

1305-Machinery not elsewhere classified (part ot; see also Ind. 1729, 1731, 1749, 1765. 1763—Cars and trucks, industrial.

1766, and 1771). 1764-Blowers; exhaust and ventilating fans. 1767— Stokers, mechanical, domestic and industrial. 1769-Industrial machinery, not elsew bere classified. 1772--Vending, amusement, and otherco in-operated machines. 1782-Commercial laundry, dry-cleaning, and pressing machinery.

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Industry Group 17.- MACHINERY (EXCEPT ELECTRICAL)--Continued

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

1937 1741–Machine tools.

1307-Machine tools (part of; see also Ind. 1749). 1742—Machine-tool and other metalworking-machinery accessories, metal-cutting 1318--Machine-tool accessories and machinists' precision tools. and shaping tools, and machinists' precision tools.

1305-Machinery not elsewhere classified (part of; see also Ind. 1729, 1731, 1732, 1733, 1749–Metalworking machinery and equipment, not elsewhere classified.

1751, 1753, 1754, 1759, 1762, 1763, 1764, 1765, 1766, 1767, 1769, 1771, 1772. and 1782).

1307-Machine tools (part of; see also Ind. 1741). 1752--Textile machinery.

1313--Textile machinery and parts. 1755- Printing-trades machinery and equipment.

1325—- Printers' machinery and equipment.
1760–Measuring and dispensing pumps.
1761- Pumping equipment and air compressors.

1309—Pumps (hand and power), pum ping equipment, and air compressors.
1620---Instruments and apparatus, professional, scientific, commercial, and industrial

(part of; see also ind. 2011 and 2021). 1765–Measuring instruments, mechanical (except electrical measuring instruments,

1302-Cash registers, adding and calculating machines, and other business machines watches, and clocks).

except typewriters (part of; see also Ind. 1771). 1305-Machinery not elsewhere classified (part of; see also Ind. 1729, 1731, 1732, 1733,

1749, 1751, 1753, 1754, 1759, 1762, 1763, 1764, 1766, 1767, 1769, 1771, 1772, and 1782).

1326-Machine-shop products (part of; see also Ind. 1499, 1766, 1768, and 1770). 1768—Machine-shop products, not elsewhere classified. 1770—-Machine-shop repairs.

1326—Machine-shop products (part of; see also Ind. 1499, 1765, and 1766).

1305—Machinery not elsewhere classified (part of; see also Ind. 1729, 1731, 1732, 1733, 1766—Mechanical power-transmission equipment.

1749, 1751, 1753, 1754, 1759, 1762, 1763, 1764, 1765, 1767, 1769, 1771, 1772, and '1782). 1326-Machine-shop products (part of; see also Ind. 1499, 1765, 1768, and 1770). 1302-Cash registers, adding and calculating machines, and other business machines

except typewriters (part of; see also Ind. 1765). 1771–Office and store machines, not elsewhere classified.

1314–Typewriters and parts.
1305—Machinery not elsewhere classified (part of; see also Ind. 1729, 1731, 1732, 1733,

1749, 1751, 1753, 1754, 1759, 1762, 1763, 1764, 1765, 1766, 1767, 1769, 1772, and 1782). 1776—Scales and balances.

1311-Scales and balances. 1781—Laundry equipment, domestic.

1315–Washing machines, wringers, driers, and ironing machines, for household use. 1783–Sewing machines, domestic and industrial.

1312—Sewing machines and attachments. 1784–Refrigerators, domestic (mechanical and absorption), refrigeration machinery 1310–Refrigerators and refrigerating and ice-making apparatus.

and equipment, and complete air-conditioning units.

Industry Group 18.-AUTOMOBILES AND AUTOMOBILE EQUIPMENT

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

1937 1810–Motor vehicles, motor-vehicle bodies, parts and accessories.

1407-Motor-vehicle bodies and motor-vehicle parts (part of; see also Ind. 1820).

1408-Motor vehicles, not including motorcycles. 1820—Automobile trailers (for attachment to passenger cars).

1407-Motor-vehicle bodies and motor-vehicle parts (part of; see also Ind. 1810).

Industry Group 19.-TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT EXCEPT AUTOMOBILES

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

1937 1911---Locomotives (including frames) and parts: railroad, mining, and industrial. 1406--Locomotives, railroad, mining, and industrial, not built in railroad repair

shops. 1912—Cars, and car equipment-railroad, street, and rapid-transit.

1405--Cars, electric and steam railroad, not built in railroad repair shops.

1401--Aircraft and parts. 1921— Aircraft and parts, including aircraft engines.

1304—-Engines, turbines, water wheels, and windmills (part of; see also Ind. 1711,

1712, and 1729). 1931—Shipbuilding and ship repairing. 1932—Boat building and boat repairing.

1410—Ship and boat building, steel and wooden, including repair work. 1941--Motorcycles, bicycles, and parts.

1409--Motorcycles, bicycles, and parts. 1999—Transportation equipment not elsewhere classified.

1404-Carriages, wagons, sleighs, and sleds.

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2011–Professional and scientific instruments (except surgical and dental).
2012—Photographic apparatus and materials and projection equipment (except lenses).
2013-Optical instruments and lenses.
2014-Ophthalmic goods: lenses and fittings.
2021-Surgical and medical instruments.
2022-Surgical supplies and equipment not elsewhere classified; orthopedic appliances,
2023— Dental equipment and supplies.
2031-Pianos.
2032—Organs.
2033---Piano and organ parts and materials.
2039— Musical instruments, parts, and materials not elsewhere classified.
2041-Games and toys (except dolls and children's vehicles).
2042-Dolls (except rubber).
2043—Children's vehicles.
2049-Sporting and athletic goods not elsewhere classified.
2051-Pens, mechanical pencils, and pen points.
2052—Pencils (except mechanical) and crayons.
2053-Hand stamps, stencils, and brands.
2054--Artists' materials.
2055-Carbon paper and inked ribbons.
2061-Buttons.
2071-Costume Jewelry and costume novelties (jewelry other than fine jewelry).
2072—Jewelry cases and instrument cases.
2073-Lamp shades.

1620---Instruments and apparatus, professional, scientific, commercial, and Industrial

(part of; see also Ind. 2021 and 1765). 1636–Photographic apparatus and materials and projection apparatus. } 1631—Optical goods. 1620-Instruments and apparatus, professional, scientific, commercial, and Industrial

(part of; see also ind. 2011 and 1765).
1645-Surgical and orthopedic appliances and related products.
1611-Dentists' equipment and supplies.
1630-Musical instruments: pianos.
1629- Musical instruments: organs.
1627-Musical-instrument parts and materials: piano and organ.
1628--Musical instruments and parts and materials, not elsewhere classified.
1648–Toys (not including children's wheel goods or sleds), games, and playground

equipment.
1655–Carriages and sleds, children's.

302-Billiard and pool tables, bowling alleys, and accessories.
1642-Sporting and athletic goods, not including firearms or ammunition.
1634-Pens, fountain and stylographic; pen points; gold, steel, and brass.
1633—Pencils, lead (including mechanical), and crayons (part of; see also Ind. 2052).
1633— Pencils, lead (including mechanical), and crayons (part of; see also Ind. 2051).
1618--Hand stamps and stencils and brauds.
1603--Artists' materials.
1607-Carbon paper and inked ribbons.
1606-Buttons.
1612-Miscellaneous articles not elsewhere classified (part of; see also Ind. 2073 and

2099).
1210—Jewelry (part of; see also Ind. 1551).
1622—Jewelry and instrument cases.
1612-Miscellaneous articles not elsewhere classified (part of; see also Ind. 2071 and

2099).
1601–Artificial and preserved flowers and plants.
1613—Feathers, plumes, and manufactures thereof.
1604-Brooms.
1605–Brushes, other than rubber.
1653-Beauty-shop equipment, except furniture.

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2074–Feathers, plumes, and artificial flowers.
2081-Brooms.
2082--Brushes.
2083-Beauty-shop and barber-shop equipment.

Industry Groap 20.—MISCELLANEOUS INDUSTRIES—Continued

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

1937 2084Furs, dressed and dyed.

1616-Furs, dressed and dyed. 2085-Signs, advertising displays, and advertising novelties.

1640—Signs and advertising novelties. 2086—Fabricated plastic products, not elsew bere classified.

315–Synthetic-resin, cellulose-plastic, vulcanized-Aber, and molded and pressed pulp

fabricated articles, not elsewhere classified (part of; see also Ind. 774 and 794) 2087—Umbrellas, parasols, and canes.

1649 - Umbrellas, parasols, and canes. 2088-Tobacco pipes and cigarette holders.

1637–Pipes (tobacco). 2001–Soda fountains, beer dispensing equipment, and related products.

1641--Soda fountains and related products. 2092—Models and patterns (except paper patterns).

1625-Models and patterns, not including paper patterns. 2093—Hair work.

1617-Hair work. 2094-Wool pulling.

1654_Wool pulling. 2095–Needles, pins, hooks and eyes, and slide and susp fasteners.

1211-Needles, pins, hooks and eyes, and slide and snap fasteners. 2096--Fire extinguishers, chemical.

1206- Fire extinguishers, chemical. 2099—Miscellaneous fabricated products not elsewhero classified.

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1612—Miscellaneous articles not elsewhere classified (part of; see also Ind. 2071 and 2073)

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ALPHABETICAL INDEX TO INDUSTRIES AND PRODUCTS
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* Abrasive cloth...
155 *Bleached shellac.---

747
*Abrasive grinding wheels -

155 Blended and prepared flour made from purchased flour.- 155
*Abrasive paper--
155 Blowers; exhaust and ventilating fans-

477
Abrasive wheels, stones, paper, cloth, and related

Bluing-

860
products -
154 Boat building and boat repairing --

548
*Advertising novelties.--
629 *Boiler-burner units.--

249
Agricultural machinery (except tractors) -

418 Bolts, nuts, washers, and rivets-made in plants not
Aircraft and parts, including aircraft engines ---
540 operated in connection with rolling mills..

280
*Aircraft, civil

541
*Bone black.---

822
* Aircraft, military -
541 Bone black, carbon black, and lampblack.

822
* Alarm clocks.

318
Bookbinding and related industries..

725
*Alfalfa meal.

144
Books: printing without publishing-

704
*Alkaloids and derivatives--
772 Books: publishing and printing----

704
Alloying; and rolling and drawing of nonferrous metals,

Books: publishing without printing-

704
except aluminum.--.
308 Boot and shoe cut stock and findings...

44
Aluminum products (including rolling and drawing and

*Boots, shoes, slippers, and other footwear.

50
extruding), not elsewhere classified.-

346
*Bottle caps -

266, 669
Aluminum ware, kitchen, hospital, and household (except

*Bottlers' machinery, other than dairy--

445
electrical appliances) -
344 *Boxing gloves.-

592
*American or Cheddar cheese..
87 *Brass shell sockets.--

365
Ammunition.--

839 Bread and other bakery products (except biscuit,
*Antifriction-bearing metal.
309 crackers, and pretzels) -

158
*Arctics and gaiters----

23

Brick and hollow structural tile ---
Artificial leather and oilcloth.

387
*Brief cases.

57
Artists' materials.---
602 Brooms..

616
Asbestos products (except steam packing and pipe and

*Brooms, household..

618
boiler covering) -
157 *Brooms, industrial.-

618
*Asphalt roll roofing--
882 *Brooms, toy and hearth.

618
*Asphalt shingles.
882 *Brooms, whisk.--

618
*Assistants...
806 Brushes.

620
Automobile stampings-
263 *Buckwheat flour.---

137
Automobile trailers (for attachment to passenger cars). 530 *Burnt-sugar colors.

249
Automotive electrical equipment.---
383 *Buttons, clothing --

606
Buttons.

605
*Baby carriages, strollers, and sulkies..

588
*Bakers' machinery and equipment..
444 *Calculating machines..

502
Baking powder, yeast, and other leavening compounds.. 236 *Cameras

566
*Ball and roller bearings and parts---
484 Candles..

858
*Barley, malt..
222 Candy and other confectionery products--

189
*Baseball goods --
592 Cane sugar-except refineries.

182
*Basketballs.
592 Cane-sugar refining --

185
Baskets for fruits and vegetables.

583 Canned and dried fruits and vegetables (including
*Bathing caps---
29 canned soups) ----

111
*Bathrobes.
482 Canned fish, crustacea, and mollusks.

105
Batteries, storage and primary (dry and wet)----
395 *Canned meats.-

57
Batting, padding, and wadding; upholstery filling-

381
*Canned soups.

115
Beauty-shop and barber-shop equipment..

623
*Canoes.

549
Beehive coke---
873 Canvas products (except bags) --

496
*Beer cans (tin)-
211 *Canvas rubber-soled shoes..

23
Beet sugar.-
178 *Carbonated beverages.

209
Belts (apparel) regardless of material.
468 *Carbon black.

822
*Beverage containers.--

76
*Carbon paper.

603
*Billiard and pool tables and accessories
592 Carbon paper and inked ribbons..

603
*Binder twine...

391 Carbon products for the electrical industry, and manu-
*Biological products.---
772 factures of carbon or artificial raphite

367
Biscuit, crackers, and pretzels.

158
*Cards, cut and designed.--

650
Blast-furnace products.-
180 *Carriages, buggies, and sulkies.

555
* Asterisks denote products.

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ALPHABETICAL INDEX TO INDUSTRIES AND PRODUCTS Continued
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volume II]
Page

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Carpets and rugs, wool....
357 *Coin-operated games and amusement devices.---

505
Carpets, rugs, and mats made from such materials as

Cold-rolled steel sheets and strip and cold-finished steel
paper fiber, grass, jute, flax, sisal, cotton, cocoa fiber,

bars made in plants not operated in connection with
363
hot-rolling mills.-

300
*Carpet sweepers.
493 Collapsible tubes---

348
Carpet yarn, woolen and worsted..
357 Colors and pigments.

753
Cars and car equipment-railroad, street, and rapid-

*Commercial cooking apparatus, electric ----

378
transit---

536 Commercial laundry, dry-cleaning, and pressing ma-
Cars and trucks, industrial.
474 chinery ---

513
*Cars, steam railroad.--
537 Communication equipment.

392
*Casein, dry...

92 Compressed and liquefied gases--not made in petroleum
Caskets, coffins, burial cases, and other morticians'

refineries or in natural-gasoline plants.

818
goods.
607 Concrete products.---

127
Cast-iron pipe and fittings.
207 Condensed and evaporated milk.

90
*Castings, rough.---
342 *Conduits and pipes (concrete)...

130
*Cellulose acetate --

811 *Control apparatus (except railway and vehicle con-
Cement.-----
87 trollers, all types)-----

374
*Cereal beverages

209 Construction and similar machinery (except mining
Cereal preparations.
148 and oil-field machinery and tools)-----

422
*Charcoal..

792 Converted paper products not elsewhere classified.--- 673
*Cheese..

85 Cooking and other edible fats and oils, not elsewhere
Cheese blended or processed.
103 classified.--

238
Chemicals not elsewhere classified
824 Cooperage.

594
Chewing gum.
204 Cordage and twine..

389
Children's and infants' wear not elsewhere classified-

Cork products

615
made in contract factories.---
458 *Corn meal.

137
Children's and infants' wear not elsewhere classified-

*Corn sugar.-

244
made in inside factories or by jobbers engaging con-

Corn sirup, corn sugar, corn oil, and starch..

243
tractors.
458 Corsets and allied garments...

450
Children's coats-made in contract factories..

458 Costume jewelry and costume novelties (jewelry other
Children's coats—made in inside factories or by jobbers

than fine jewelry)-----

608
engaging contractors...

458
Cotton broad woven goods...

287
Children's dresses-made in contract factories -

458
*Cotton-ginning machinery -

461
Children's dresses--made in inside factories or by job-

Cotton narrow fabrics..

287
bers engaging contractors..
458 Cottonseed oil, cake, meal, and linters.--

758
Children's vehicles.
585 Cotton thread...

287
China firing and decorating (for the trade)--

122
Cotton yarn.--

287
Chocolate and cocoa products-
201 Creamery butter---

80
*Chocolate coatings...
202 *Cream cheese (not including cottage).

87
*Chocolate (except coatings)
202 Cured fish...

108
*Chocolates (confectionery)-
192 *Curtains.---

502
*Cider...

253 Curtains, draperies, and bedspreads-contract factories.. 496
Cigar boxes: wooden, part wooden.

588 Curtains, draperies, and bedspreads-made in regular
Cigarettes

270
factories or by jobbers engaging contractors.

496
Cigars..

270 Custom slaughtering, wholesale-----
Clay products (except pottery) not elsewhere classified... 110 Cutlery (except aluminum, silver, and plated cutlery)
Clay refractories, including refractory cement (clay)---- 107 and edge tools...

223
Cleaning and polishing preparations, blackings, and
dressings.
841 *Dairy machinery and equipment

445
*Clocks --
318 *Decalcomanias (dry transfers).

719
Clocks, watches, and materials and parts (except

Dental equipment and supplies.

576
watchcases) -
317 *Desserts, ready to mix.

267
Clothing, leather and sheep-lined.--
486 *Dextrine.--

244
Cloth sponging and miscellaneous special finishing-

350 Die-cut paper and paperboard, and converted cardboard. 668
Coal-tar products, crude and intermediate
808 *Dispensing pumps, gasoline...

463
*Coal-tar resins.
811 *Dog biscuit..

144
Coated and glazed paper
652 Dolls (except rubber)

585
Coats, suits, and skirts (except fur coats)-made in

Doors, window sash, frames, molding, and trim (made
contract factories
431 of metal).

277
Coats, suits, and skirts (except fur coats)-made in inside

*Draperies.--.

502
factories or by jobbers engaging contractors.

431 Dress and semidress gloves and mittens: cloth, cloth and
*Cocoa, butter...
202 leather combined.

470
*Cocoa, powdered.-

202 Drugs and medicines (including drug grinding).-.-. 771
*Coin-operated commodity or vending machines
505 *Dry sausage.

68
* Asterisks denote producte.

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