Sixteenth Census of the United States: 1940: Manufactures: 1939 ...

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1942 - United States
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Page 5 - Foi1 the period 1954 to 1965 value added by manufacture represents adjusted value added and for earlier years, unadjusted value added. Unadjusted value added is obtained by subtracting the cost of materials, supplies and containers, fuel, purchased electric energy, and contract work from the value of shipments for products manufactured plus receipts for services rendered.
Page 661 - SEC. 11. That the information furnished under the provisions of this Act shall be used only for the statistical purposes for which it is supplied. No publication shall be made by the Census Office whereby the data furnished...
Page 339 - value added by manufacture" (series P 8) are obtained by subtracting the cost of materials, supplies, containers, fuel, purchased electric energy, and contract work, from the value of shipments of manufacturing establishments. This procedure avoids the duplication in the "value of shipments" figures which result from the use of products of some establishments as materials by others. The "value added by manufacture...
Page 5 - ... or in stock, and consequently, under normal conditions, the total value of products covers the cost of production (including overhead expenses) and profits. It also covers selling expenses except in cases where separate sales departments are operated, in which cases the values at which the products are turned over to sales departments are reported.
Page 661 - Whoever, being the owner, official, agent, person in charge, or assistant to the person in charge, of any company, business, institution, establishment, religious body, or organization of any nature whatsoever, neglects or refuses, when requested by the Secretary or other authorized officer or employee of the Department of Commerce or bureau or agency thereof...
Page 2 - establishment" signifies a single plant or factory. In some cases, however, it refers to two or more plants operated under a common ownership and located in the same city, or in the same county but in different municipalities or unincorporated places having fewer than 10,000 inhabitants. On the other hand, separate...
Page 1 - Those engaged principally in the performance of work for individual customers, such as repair shops, custom tailor shops, manufacturing products valued at less than $100,000 within the census year, and dressmaking and millinery shops (but this does not apply to large establishments manufacturing to fill special orders).
Page 661 - That the Director of the Census be, and he is hereby, authorized, and directed to collect and publish, for every second year after 1927, statistics of manufacturing industries; and the director is hereby authorized to prepare such schedules as in his judgment may be necessary.
Page 5 - Value added by manufacture. — The value of products is not a satisfactory measure of the importance of a given industry, because only a part of this value is actually created within the industry, another, and often a much larger, part being contributed by the value of the materials used For some purposes, the most satisfactory measure is the "value added by manufacture"— that is.
Page 661 - ... religious body, or other organization, or to records or statistics in his official custody, contained on any census schedule prepared by the Director of the Census under the authority of this Act, or of the Act to provide for a permanent Census Office, approved March 6, 1902, or of Acts amendatory thereof or supplemental thereto; and any person violating the provisions of this section by refusing or willfully neglecting to answer any of said questions...

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