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NUMBER OF EMPLOYÉS.

WEEKLY HOURS OF

LABOR.
Num-

Shop Force.

Number of Shop EmNEW YORK OYTY.

ber of
Fac-

Sex and Age.
Grand Office

ployés Who Work tories. Total. Force. Total. Men Boys Women Girls 51

(16
(16

Hours 52-57 58-63
Yrs. or 16 Yrs. or 16 or Less. Hours. Hours.

Over). Yrs.) Over). Yrs.)
I. STONE, CLAY AND GLASS
PRODUCTS.-

Continued.
Artincial stone..
29 308 22 286 285 1

122 141 23 Plaster and

composition casts and ornaments.

70 477

25
452 443 3

6

320 91 41 Brick, terra cotta and fireclay products. 23 1,288 981 1,190 1,110

71 1 436

319 435 Pottery products.

19 521 261 495 312 31 166 14 82 1671 246 Bullding glass & glassware. 35 1,173 75 1,098 936 38 116 8 135 507 456 Mirrors. 42 1.240 1551 1.085 1,048 7 30

76 971 38 Cut and ornamental glass.

120
2,205 126 2,079
1,834 21 221

3 555 1.279

245 Total-Group I.

552 13,5231 828 12,695 11.837 83 747 28 5,458 3,788 3,449 Manhattan,

279 4,315 402 3,913 3,542 25 339 7 1,528 1.9031 The Bronx.

40 1,307 33 1,274

1,256 2 14 2 1,090 72 112 Brooklyn.

176 4,437 202 4,235 3,847 40 330 18 1,189 1,288 1,758 Queens. 45 2,2931 149 2,144 2,096

14 33 1 1.637 338 169 Richmond 12 1,171 42 1,129 1.096 2 31

14 187 928 II. METALS, MACHINERY

AND CONVEYANCES. Gold and silver retning. 5) 34 5 29 29

231 6 Silverware 69 1,470 92 1,378 1,282 9 85

86

422 Gold and silver leaf

26
169
12 157 93

61

91 30 Jewelry.. 529 7,093 546 6,547 5,646 841 791 26 1,082

5,012 446 Lapidary work

35 675 24
651 625 23

3

591 60 Smelting and refining. 23 1,493 941 1,399 1,3961

3

17 164 237 Copper goods. 17 306 14 292 254 15 23

54 230
Aluminurn goods.
101 76 17 59 47 3

8
34 19

6 Brass and bronze ware. 359 10,782 584 10,198 9,539 43 608 8 865 6,122

3,211 Sheet metal work of copper, brass and aluminum... 3,413 1461 3,267 2,690 22

541 14

1,328 1.847 Lead, zinc and nickel goods 1141 1.564 123) 1,441 1,211 11 2031 26 134

889 418 Miscellaneous metal novel's. S3 1.265 70 1.195 809 18 342) 26 73 934 188 Rolling mills & steel works.

1,012
994 965

55 894 Struc, and arch. Iron work. 283 5,3961 407 4,989 4,982

447 4,455 87 Forgings... 1,248 101 1,147 1,147

55 Sheet !ron work.

374 9,8031 5541

9,249
7.989
51 1,170

39 2,922 4,432 1,895 Hardware

123
2,380 175 2,205 2,038 15 147 5 399 639)

1,167 Cutlery,.

30 346
328 207

19

18 291 19 Implements and tools. 26 190 2 188 180 1

7

10 123 55 Edge tools, dies, etc.. 62 575 32 543 533 31

155
235

153 Metal fur, & office fixtures 39 1,025 111 914 891

21

20

433 461 Wire work. 93 950 49 901 773 8 118

133 472 206 Car wheels & railway equip. 6

213 3 210 2061

1

61 204 Cook'g, heat's & vent'g ap. 47 1,721 230 1,491 1,480

8

729 262 500 Typewrit's & regist'g mach. 52 1.540 125 1,415 1.332 3 79

542

870 Engines, bollers, etc.. 49 2,517 1791 2,338 2,337

133 2,190

9 Machinery*. 513 12,468 1,003 11,465 10,902 28

533

2,883 8,442 140 Castings.

40 2,2401 99
2,141 2,127 1 13

5 2,042 94 Electrical apparatus. 191 8,977 2,290 6,687 5,438 45 1,182 22 3,080

2,977 6.30 Carriages, wagens & sleighs 256 2,218 64 2,154 2,152 2

260 1,775 119 Bicycles and motor cycles. . 12 51 6 45 43 2

23 22 Automoblles and parts. . 330 8,196

961
7,235 7,217 15

3

2,990 3,503 244 Railway repair shops. 63 6,514 263 6,251 6,219

29

130

1,934 3,679 Boat and shipbuilding

56
3,648 122 3,526) 3,516 5

3

375 3,114 37 Agricultural machy. (Man.) 1

3

31
3

3! Profes'l & scientific Instru.. 51 1,591 105 1,486 1,190 9 275 12 112

1,331 Opt'l & photog. apparatus..

616

66
550 501

41

416 59 Lamps, refl't's, stereop., etc. 42 1,373 1221 1,251 1,195 9

288 616) 347 Clocks and time recorders. 12 1,264

1,235 9751

260

29 1,206 Scales, meters, etc.

39 2,440 1201
2,320 2,251

68

321
1,882

117 Sorting old metal.

32 3 29
29

19 10 Total-Group II.. 4,187 108,887 8,981 99,903 92,439

6,828 193 19.324 60,608 17,932 Manhattan.

2,755 55.545 6,255 19,290 45,330 254 3,611 95 10,521 29,939 8,211 The Bronx. 188 6,499 230 6.269 6,075 4 178 12 1,574 3,594

S07 Brooklyn 1,035 31,956 1.55S 30,368 27,833

125

2.351 56 4,121 20,215 6.0.32 Queens

1491 11,796 745 11.018 10,350 511 617 30 2,851 4.316 2.734 Richmond..

58
3,091 163 2,925 2,651 6 71

257

2,544 119 III. Wood MANUFACTURES. Saw mill products. 32 502 301 472 471 11

26 59 387 House trim...

251 6,2061
397 5,809 5,7951 14

2,383 1,312

2.114 Packing boxes, crates, etc. 68 1,510

1,136
1,418

14

31 517 Cigar & fancy wood boxes. 49 1.780

1.742 1.074 32 609 27 74 679 999 Cooperise 3.5 1,230 231 1.213 1.212 1

5 241 Miscellaneous wood articles 273 2,612 129 2,193 2,284 28 163

438 1,417 Furniture and upholstery, 466 6.538 213

6.295 5,697 381 555

1,424 2.291 2,503 Caskets....

562
50S 429 1 77

21 427
Store, oflice and kitchen fix-
tures and cabinet work. 351 4,793 163

4,595 3 32'.

1,844 1.567!

1.219 * Not elsewhere classined.

18

75

29

4.630

486

31

NUMBER OF EMPLOYÉS.

WEEKLY HOURS OF

LABOR.
Num-

Shop Force.

Number of Shop EmNEW YORK CITY. ber of

Sex and Age.
Fac Grand Orlice

ployés Who Work tories, Total. Force. Total. Men Boys Women Girls 51

(16
|(14

(16 (1+ Hours 52-57 5.8-63 Yrs. or 16 Yrs. or

16 or Less. Hours. Hlours.

Over). Yrs.) Over). Yrs.) III. WOOD MANUFACTURES.

. -Continued. Mirror and picture frames.. 92 1,187 871 1,100 1,039 7 52 2 129 450 521 Pianos, organs and other musical instruments.

147 11.003 297 10,706 10,178 257 237 34 504 9,4294 773 Pulp and fibre goods.

9 125
116 85

29

1 1051 10 Mats, baskets, etc. 31 7226 33 693 519! 161 127

64) 433 196 Brooms, 21 209 7 202 1951 3

3!

102 47 53 Cork cutting & cork goods

1.0501 34

1,022
5261 2

8
361 4411

512 Sinoking pipes. 20 1.542 17 1,525 1,2 11 111 202

221 1,475 28 Pencils and penholders.. 2 2,053 8 2,015 870 3 1,115 15

2,027 TotalGroup III. 1,896 43,646 1.619 41,997 37,606 421 3,794

7,122 22,910 11.958 Vanhattan..

1,176 22.757 940 21.917 19.347 236 2,167 07 4,336 12,153 5,321 The Bronx.

120 5,232

5,161 4.993 94 66 11 830 3,912 422 Brooklyn.

529 11.997 493 11,534 10,039 57 1.405 30 1,400 4,544 5,590 Queens

50
3,511 153 3,355 3,166 33

151

540 2,276 542 Richmond.

15 129
124 121

250

83 IV. FURS, LEATHER AYD

RUBBER GOODS.
Leather

33 607
563 506 2 57 1

314

219 Furs and fur goods.

813 9,469 358 9,111

6,899 12 2,194 16 1.843 5,736 1,532 Leather and canvas belting, hose, washers, etc.

21 375
311 300 2

1

251 2861 Sardlery and harness. 52 359 35 3211 277

47

391 208 Travelling bugs and trunks. 120 1.702 72 1,630 1,536 9

31

701 $57 Boots and shoes.,

190 10,327 309 10.0181 7,301 61 2.505 61 201 8,553 1,081 Leather gloves and mittens

2)
485 661 419 197 1 215

212 206 Miscellaneous leather goods 302 5.740 248 5,492 3,843 91 1,501 57 360 3,291 1,841 Canvas and sporting goods 93 9161 791 867 527

32

25
560

49 Rubber and gutta percha. 115 3,145 162 2,983 2,342

584 261 453 1,330 1,198 Buttons and other articles of pearl, celluloid, etc... 122 3,180 114 3,066 1,992 32 946

961 326! 1,403 1,337 Brushes. 57 955) 651 890 615 10 259

230

325 332 Articles of hair, feathers, etc. 229 2,431 136 2,295 1.007 2 1,269 17 421 1.797 73 Total-Group IV.

2,169 39,721 1.749 37.972 27.332 257 10.083 300 4,414 24,745 8,604) Manhattan.

1.766 25,793 1,391 24,402 17.822 123 6,287 170 3,772 15,707 4.913 The Bronx. 38 312 3 309 239

59 110 135 Brooklyn.

326 11.892 298 11,591 8,142 98 3,261 93 510 8,399 2,516 Queens

35 1,713 56

1,657
1,102
482 37 105

1,029 Richmond.

11
1
10

523
7

2 V. CHEMICALS, OILS,

PAINTS, ETC.
Proprietary medicines.

59
9921 226 766 309 2

8
5331 119

114 Chemicals..

182 5,270 887

4,392

2,999 51 1,297 45 2,065 1,128 1.155 Paint, varnish, etc

95 3,009 238 2,771 2,430 14 322 5 195 1,370 1,206 Dyes. colors and inks. 94 3,121 453 2,6681 2,101 20 511

1,662 489 517 Wood alcohol & essentlal olls 37 622

540 552,

28

93 361 271 Animal & miner'loll products 59 3,134 144 2.990 2.677 6. 291 16 81 2,645

26+ Soap, perfumery & cosmetics 115 2,645 283 2,362 1,426

11 905 20 7871

647 928 Starch.

4
49
3 46

12
19

27 Glue. mucilage, etc..

20 598

105
493 445

42

27 466 Fertilizers..

562
7 555 555

555 Matches and explosives.

5 220
9 211 97 3 107

34 761 101 Photo. supplies & photog'y 67 993 125 858 598 8 248

595 263 Total-Group V.. 741 21,211 2,522 18,692 14,223 19

4,2 10

110 6,091 7.239 5,138 Manhattan.

469 7.048 1,568 5,480 3.329 58 2,016 47 3,239 1,814 383 The Bronx.

9 203
16 187 112

75

131 28 Brooklyn. 210 9.252 52 8,724 7,087 43 1,560

34 2,051 3,431 3,242 Queens

3,312 3551 2,957 2,533 12 397 25 633 1.702 622 Richmond.

12 1,399
1.344 1,162 6 172

371 264 S63 VI. PAPER Sorting waste paper. 32 350 31 206 246

52
19

162 Pulp and paper..

11
765
51

606
2 102

224

441 TotalGroup VI

43 1.115 105 1.010
852 2 152

27 317

603 Manhattan. 35 425 71 351 2491 2

60 3

261 115 191 Brooklyn. 5 350 12 338 282

55 1

1 1981 139 Queens Richmond,

2951 18! 277

2400
37

41 273 VII. PRINTING AND PAPER

GOOD.
Paper bores and tubes... 257 10,083 351 9,729 3,776 53 5,676 224

75 8,3931 373 Paper bags and sacky, .,

13 596
72 521 245 5 2.53 16

137 352 Miscellaneous paper goods

6,894 1.127 5.767 2.198 50 3,389 130 1,855 3,569 343 Printing and book making.. 2,044 58,608 8,354 50,254 37,916 351 11,785 302 36,716 13,234 304 Wallpaper... 13 786 78 709 594

111 2 20 360 328 Total-Group VII,

2.561 76,967 9,985 66,982 41,629 460 21.219 674 39,344 25,693 1,905 Manhattan.. 2,150 63,3691 9,2711 54,098 37,344) 371 15,921 462 33,694 19,136

1,218

36

234

491

35

52

217

9,421

220

NUMBER OF EMPLOYÉS.

WEEKLY HOURS OF

LABOR.
Num-

Shop Force.

Number of Shop EmNEW YORK CITY.

ber or
Fac- Grand Office

Sex and Age.

ployés Who work tories. Total. Force. Total. Men Boys Women Girls 51

(16 |(14 (16 (14

Hours 52-57 58-63 Yrs. or 16 Yrs. or 16 or Less. Hours. Hours.

Over). Yrs.) Over). Yrs.) VII. PRINTING AND PAPER

Goods. Continued. The Bronx.

47 2,150 172 1,978 1,138 11 8191 10 1,482 370 126 Brooklyn.

311 10,642 478 10,164 5,714 61 4,210 179 4,043 5,730 391 Queens

361 624 53 57) 336 12 204 19 144 30S 119 Richmond..

17
182 11 171 97 5 65

21 149 1 VIII. TEXTILES. Silk and silk goods.

69

6,323 131 6,192 2,324 80 3,527 261 574 5.501 117 Carpets and rugs.. 131 340 7 333 169 51 154 5

24 291 15 Felt and felt goods,

13 525

10
5151
336
2 173 4

18

6 Wooleng and worsteds. 8 2821 2 280 111 1 168

34 2461. Wool and felt hals..

461 2,391 70 2,321 1,334 9 968 10 758 1,536 Cotton goods.

24 435 27 408

133 3 262)

10 81 259 68 Hosiery and knit goods.

200 4,971 113 4,828 1,5211 51 3,991 175 413 3,477) 933 Dyeing, finishlug, etc..

101

2,991 251 2.7401 2,134 8 592 6 313 1,475 90) Curtius, embroideries, etc. 567 12,989 572 12,4171 4,176 57 7,894 290 1,693 9,542

1.139 Linen manufactures (Man.)

38

2
36 11 1 231 1

20

5 (ordrze and twine..

11 2,195 74 2,121

1,120

972 25 69 1,8501 202 Jute manufactures.

23 2.574 78 2,496 882 24 1,529 61 105 863 1,528 Olicloth, window shades, eto 1.294 26 1,268 1,069 6 189

295 921 Total-Group VIII.

1,117 37,348 1,393 35,955 15,320 251 19.532 852 4,160 25,834 5,866 Manhattan.. 752 16,016 938 15.078 6,194 83 8,554

2,769 11,267 999 The Bronx. 3,812 79 3,763 1,665 35

1,925 138 175 2,795 741 Brooklyn. 255 13,606 299 13.308 5, 121 901 7, 156 311 1,013

2.871 Queens.

34 2,687 69 2,618 1,0531 431 1,363 154 201 1,987 430 Richmond. 5 1,197 9 1,188 982

204 2

2 361 825 IX. CLOTHING, MILLINERY

LAUNDERING, Erc. Men's tailoring

4,437 67,056 2,094 64,962 48,278 145 16,281 258) 11,541 33,202 20.153 Men's shirts and collars. 232 10.2001 281 9,919 3,5381 48 6.083 250 1,364

5,959 Men's furnishings.

2,596 185 3,401 208 3,193 1.244 5. 1.901 43 1,247 1.919 27 Dressmaking 4,646 107.968 3,637 104,331 49,279 66 54,204

722

53,412 48.424 2.493 Women's & infants' wear (a) 400 13,309 291 13,518 1,541 24 11,618

335 2,976, 10.191 351 Women's neckwar..

157 4,061

3,911 664 121 3,0931 72 1,240 2.108 193 Corsets, garters, etc.

JOR 4,286

157
4,129 565 5 3,452 97 422

3,691 16 Men's capy and hats.

257 4,715 191 4,554 3.3861 17 1,102 49 1.559 2,253 Feathers & artificial flowers 457 7,758 30-4

1,353

5,703 353 3,674 3,624 156 Milnery.

860 12,217 410 11,837 2,934 18 8,716 169 5,126 6.647 64 Needlework.

505 7,517 395 7,152 1,899 64 4,915 244 1,960 4,847 345 Umbrellas and parasols 63 1.306 1111 1.195

S01 11 113

695 357 Steam laundrieg.

1,498 10,476 426 10,050 3,259 35 6,721 35 2,875 4,053 3,112 Chinese laundries

1,050 1.725
1,721 1,714

21

421,209 Cleaning and dyeing.

136 1,774
1,630 908

6 173 954
Clip sorting ...
1481 1,677 62 1,615 808

792 10 59 565 979 Total-Group IX.

15,139 260,036 8,932251,104 121,745 501 126,204 2,651 87,762 129,474 33,323 Vanhattan.

11,172214,128 8,379 206.019 101,136 393 102.7171,773 81,271 105.188 19,334 The Bronx

3.766 71 3,605 1.809 7 1.775 104 733 2.295 484 Brooklyn. 3,145 39,582 452 39,130 17,981 94 20.371

5,248 21,023 12,755 Queens.

157 1,937 28 1,909 694 4 1,120 91 246 950 Richmond.

713 35 323

2 321 122 3 191 5 264 IS 37 X. FOOD, LIQUORS AND

TOBACCO. Flour, teed, cereals.

19 685 41

573
71

18 31 526 Sugar and molasses refining 6 3,296 146 3,150 2,961

189

71 88 261 Fruit & vegetable preserving 89

2,376
279 2.297 871

1,300 31 984 934
Coffee and spice roting... 79 2,4031 630 1,773 934 3 826 10 450 792
Chocolate and cocoa.
7 615 51 595 125

169 1

1 133 461 Salt.

6
30
31

9

35 17 Groceries* 35 1.107 220 887 335

545 5 184

557

134 Slaughtering & meat pack'g 101 3, 175 4401 3,0351 2,859

171 2 219 1.294 1,439 Dairy products. 45 8301 206 6241

19 1 119

SO 119 Macaroni, etc. 58 792 19 773 539 2 217 15

42 315 416 Bakery products.

3,20S 17.162 586 16,576 14,311 24 2,210 31 4,210 3,070 9,15! Confectionery & ice cream.

753
9,376 421
8,955 4,232

35 4,432 256 1,125 2,722 4,974 Artificial ice & dist. water.. 53 922

878

75 166 Cider, vinegar, etc.

21 18

2
16 14

14 Mineral and soda waters.. 159 1,119 109 1,010 983

22

34 161 807 Malt

3 176 18 158 153 Malt liquors.

15 94 4,970 492 4,178 4,451

27

663 Vineus and distilled liquors

2.859 954 87 1,981 293 789 701

82

244 425 Cigars & tobacco products.

115 686 21,831 474 21.357 9.020 18) 12,218 101 6.912 9,767 4,678 Total-Group X.

5.493 72,532 4,477 69,055 41.834 96 22,621 4541 15,235 23,364 25.115 Manhattan..

2,802 49,877 3,586 46,291 27.536 44 18,472 The Bronx.

239 12,671 17,357 15.396 439 2,499 2, 450 2.378 4 69

235 Brooklyn.

684 1.414 1,904 17,307 713 16,594 12,656 43 3.695 Qeens

210 1,7981 260 2,478

4,962 1091 2,369 1.969

391 5 536 225 Richmond

946 68 371 20 351 345

5

45
136

157 * Not elsewhere classified

375

627

681

878

49

101

Gas..

NUMBER OF EMPLOYES.

WEEKLY HOURS OF

LABOR.
Num-

Shop Force.
NEW YORK CITY.
ber of

Number of Shop EmFac-Grand Orlice

Sex and Age.

ployés Who Work tories. Total. Force. Total. Men Boys Women Girls 51

(16 (14 (16 (14- | Hours 52-57 58-63 Yrs. or 16 Yrs. or 16 or Less. Hours. Hours.

Over). Yrs.) Over). Yrs.) XI. WATER, LIGHT AND

POWER.
Water pumping.

17
101 101

43
29 2,904 951 2,809 2,809

1,121 Gas and electricity.

1,457 3 147 21 126 126

37

89 Electricity 134 4,093 338 3,755 3,7551

206 2,3091 Steam heat and power.

1,022 47 562 15 547 547

80 369 65 Total-Group XI.

7,807

469
7,338
7,338

331 3,842 2,633 Manhattan. 120 4,042 334 3,7081 3,708

2631 2,140 1,163 The Bronx 15 4871 121 475 475

34 407 19 Brooklyn..

63 1,8531
1.788 1,788

17 1,008

567 Queens.

38 1,291
1,247 1.247

17 200 884 Richmond,

4 124
120 120

81 Grand Total-N. Y. City.. 34,128 682,796 41,093 641,703 418,265 2,633 2:5.420 5,385 189,392 327,814 116,522 Manhattan.

23,479 463,615 33,135 130,480 265,577 1,589 160,2013,110 154,090216,725 57,696 The Bronx.

1,614 26,317 753 25,564 20,160 157 4,970 277 6,343 14,267 4,318 Brooklyn.

7,949 152.884 5,107 147,777 100,793 651 44,7171,613 21,391 80.222 43,033 Queens

851 31,687 1,768 29,919 24,592 209 4.748 370 6,910 12.825 8,188 Richinond.

8,293 330) 7,963 7.143 24 781 15) 658 3.775 3,287 # For year 1912. (a) Consisting of white goods.

230

.

75

235

MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES OF NEW YORK STATE PRISONS. Statement showing the Anancial results of the operation of Industrles of Sing Sing Prison, Auburn Prison, Clinton Prison, Prison for Women, and Great Meadow Prison during the fiscal years ended September 30, 1912, and September 30, 1913, as per books and records of the prisons.

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Total.

AUBURN PRISON.
Bed and brass.
Broom and basket.
Cabinet..
Cloth.
School furniture.

337,878.00 260,993.37 76,884.63 29 308,138.88 234.586,38 73,552.50 31 19.015.69 14,109.53 4,906.16 35 13,229.68 14.661.13 +1,434.45 +10 22,591.73 14.039.07 8,852.66 63 20,120.73 14,931.33 5,489.40 37 98,894.07 101,030,38 +5,136.31 49-100 96.255.56 95,490.60 759.96 8-10 137,656.34 113.963.02 23,793.32 21155,190.16133,827,10 21,363.06 16 85,231.40 53,171.81 32.112.59 60 87.433.55 88.689.33 1,255.78 +14-10

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Transactions from April 1, 1913, to September 30, 1913, only. † Loss.

ures,

ures.

VALUES OF PRINCIPAL ARTICLES OF DOMESTIC MANUFACTURES EXPORTED FROM

THE UNITED STATES FROM 1904 TO 1914, YEAR ENDING JUNE 30.

NOTE.-These ten groups form about 75 per cent. of the total value of inanufactures exported.
Iron and
Copper

Wood

Chernicis,
Agricul.
Mineral

Leather,

Cotton
Steel

Books, Al Other
Mauutact- tural im Manufact-
YEAE

Oils,
Drugs,
and

Maps, En-Paper and Manufact

Manufact

Dyes, Manufaetures.

Refined. plements.

ures.

gravings, ManufactMedicines, ures of

etc.

ures of 1901.. $111,944,580 $57,142,079 $22, 749,635 * 0,955,120 $12, **7,413 $14.450,323 $33.980,15 $24,403,713 $1,347,304 $7,541,79* 1905.. 134,727,991 86,225,2911 20,121,741 54,962,131 7,433,787 15,859,492 37,936,745 49,666,080 4,844,160 8,238, 1906.. 160,984,995 81,282,664 44,554,427 65,214,094 77,025,196 18,331,974 40,642,859 52,94,033 5, 39, 452 9,538,083 1907.. 181,530,571 94,762,110 6,936,456 79,704,395 78.228,519 90,373,036 45,476,969 32,305,419 3.61, 107 9,656.723 1903.. 183,982,182 104,064,680 24,344,398 77,183,5 9 97,651,326 20,873,155 40,6-2,619 95,177,758 6.107,053 8,64,105 1:04.. 144,951,357 85,290,150 95,694,184 64,5-10,573 99,092,112 19,131,911 42,974,795 31,678,566 6,351,445

7,663,139 1910..

179,133,186 88,004,397 23,194,033 74.920,938 93,813,031 21.415,935 52,646,755 33,397,097 7,088,994 8,994,271 1911..930,725,562 103,813,11035,973,398 87,101,832 92,693,003 93.00:,414 53,673,050 40,851.918 8.653.998 10,361,501 1912.. 268,154,262 113,963,919 35,640.005 99,867,76 1 105,640.733 95,117,217 60,756,772 50,769,511 8,840,6-3 10,617 367 1913.. 301,405.797 140,164,413 40,572,352 113,704,777 129,665,995 26,574,519 63,-93,351 53,74%,977 10.092,719 11.686.584 1911..! 251,480,677) 146,992,556 31,945,789 103, 179,640 145,361,384 27,0:9,092 57,566.261 51,167,233 9,939,-60' 11,0:3,774

For 1914, automobiles and parts of automobiles exported were 833,198,806; paraffin and paraffin wax, $6,516,338; manufactures of tobacco, $7,489,811; manufactures of wool, $4,790,087.

WORKERS IN THE UNITED STATES, BY ACE AND COLOR OR RACE.

(From a report of the Bureau of Census, July 9, 1914.) MORE than eight in every ten (81.3 per cent.) males ten years of age and over in the United States in 1910 were engaged in gainful occupations, according to the figures presented in the Report on Occupations issued by the Director of the Census. In the tabulation of occupations for this report all gainiui workers were distributed in the following five age periods: Ten to thirteen years, fourteen to fifteen, sixteen to twenty, twenty-ope to forty-four (including age unknown), and forty five years and over. In the lowest age period, ten to thirteen years, the proportion of males gainfully occupied was one in six (16.6 per cent.); in the next age period, fourteen to fifteen, the proportion more than doubled, being over two in each five (41.4 per cent.) and in the age period sixteen to twenty the proportion increased to almost four in five (79.2 per cent.). The proportion was highest for the age period twenty-one to forty-four years (including persons of unknown age). In this age period 96.7 per cent of the males were gainiully occupied; or stated otherwise, only 3.3 men out of every 100 in this age group were without gainful occupation in 1910. In the highest age period, forty-five years and over, the proportion of males gainfully occupied was 85.9 per cent.

The proportion of all males ten years of age and over engaged in gainful occupations was slightly larger in 1910 than in 1900, but this increase was confined to two age periods, sixteen to twenty and twenty-one to forty-four. In each of the other age periods the proportion of gainful workers was smaller in 1910 than in 1900, the decrease being greatest for the age period fourteen to fifteen.

of the females ten years of age and over, 23.4 per cent. were engaged in gainful occupations in 1910. The proportion was 8 per cent. In the age period ten to thirteen; 19.8 per cent. in tbe age period fourteen to fifteen; 39.9 per cent. in the age period sixteen to twenty: 26.3 per cent. in the age period twenty-one to forty-four; and 15.7 per cent. in the age period forty-five years and over. The large proportion of the females sixteen to twenty years of age engaged in gainful occupations is accounted for by the fact that in this age period all the females are old enough to work, and matrimony has had little effect in decreasing the number of workers.

There was a marked increase from 1900 to 1910 in the proportion of all females ten years of age and over engaged in gainful occupations, or from 18.8 to 23.4 per cent. In each age period also the proportion of the gainful workers was considerably larger in 1910 than in 1900.

COLOR OR RACE OF WORKERS. or the 30,091,564 gainfully occupied males in the United States in 1910, 14,855,825 were native whites of native parentage, 5,285,811 native whites of foreign or mixed parentage. 6,588,711 foreigaborn whites, 3,118,554 negroes, and 182,663 Indians, Chinese, Japanese, and all other. The proportion which the gainfully occupied males formed of all males ten years of age and over in each principal class of the population was, for native whites of native parentage, 78.5 per cent.; native whites of foreign or mixed parentage, 76.5 per cent.: foreign-born whites, 90 per cent.; negroes, 87.4 per cent.; and Indians, Chineve, Japanese, and all other, 80.8 per cent.

Native white males of native parentage formed 49.4 per cent. of the male gainful workers, 28 compared with 51.1 per cent. of all males ten years of age and over; while the corresponding per: centages for native white males of foreign or mixed parentage were 17.6, as compared with 18.7 per cent.: for foreign-born white males, 21.9, as compared with 19.8 per cent.; and for negro males, 10.6, as compared with 9.8 per cent.

or the 8,075,772 gainfully occupied females, 3,098,639 were native whites of native parentage, 1.722,279 native whites of foreign or mixed parentage, 1,222,791 foreign-born whites, 2.013,981 negroes, and 18,082 Indians, Chinese, Japanese, and all other. The proportion which the gainfully occupied females formed of all females ten years of age and over in each principal class of the population was, for native whites of native parentage, 17.1 per cent.; native whites of foreign or mixed parentage, 24.6 per cent.: foreign-born whites, 21.7 per cent.; negroes, 54.7 per cent.; and Indians, Chinese, Japanese, and all other, 17.6 per cent.

Native white females of native parentage formed 38.4 per cent of the female gainful workers, as compared with 52.5 per cent, of all females ten years of age and over; while the corresponding percentages for native white females of foreign or mixed parentage were 21.3, as compared with 20.3 per cent.; for foreign-born white females, 15.1, as compared with 16.3 per cent; and for negro females, 24.9, as compared with 10.7 per cent.

CHILD WORKERS. There were 1,990,225 children of both sexes, ten to ofteen years of age, engaged in gainful occupations in 1910, or 18.4 per cent. of the total number of children of that age group. The males numbered 1.353,139, and the females 637,086. In 1900 1,750,178, or 18.2 per cent. of the children ten to ofteen years of age were engaged in gainful occupations; and in 1880 1,118,356, or 16.8 per cent., of them.

The increase from 1900 to 1910 in the number, and hence in the proportion, of all children ten to fifteen years of age engaged in gainful occupations was confined to children engaged in agricultural pursuits, where the increase was 369,283, or 34.8 per cent., for both sexes; 166,304, or 19.5 per cent. for the males: and 202.889, or 97.9 per cent., for the females. There was a marked decrease from 1900 to 1910 in the number of children ten to fifteen years of age engaged in non-agricultural pursuits. This decrease was 129.236, or 18.8 per cent., for both sexes; 77,666, or 19 per cent., for the males and 51,570, or 18.5 per cent.. for the females.

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