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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE / OFFICE OF BUSINESS ECONOMICS

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND
PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE
UNITED STATES, 1929-1965
Statistical Tables




A SUPPLEMENT TO THE
SURVEY OF CURRENT BUSINESS




THE NATIONAL INCOME AND
PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE
UNITED STATES, 1929-1965
Statistical Tables

A Supplement to the

SURVEY OF CURRENT BUSINESS
U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE
John T. Connor, Secretary
OFFICE OF BUSINESS ECONOMICS
George Jaszi, Director

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U.S. Government Printing Office
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FOREWORD

This volume marks another significant stage in
the development of the U. S. national income and
product accounts.
Work on national income within the Government
was initiated in 1932 in response to Senate Resolution No. 220 of the 72d Congress, although research on the subject by private scholars had
been underway earlier. The publication of the
National Income Supplement to the July 1947
Survey of Current Business, the 1951 and 1954
editions of National Income, and U.S. Income and
Output (1958) were earlier milestones in this work.
Since publication of U.S. Income and Output,
the Office of Business Economies' work in the field
of national accounting has been extended through
the preparation of the input-output table for 1958
which was published in the November 1964 and
September 1965 issues of the Survey of Current
Business. The input-output work also provided
an important element of the benchmark revisions
of the national income and product accounts.
Principal responsibility for the planning and
supervision of the benchmark revision of the national income and product accounts published
in this report was carried by Lawrence Grose,
Assistant Director, OBE; Irving Rottenberg, Chief,
National Income Division; and John A. Gorman,
Associate Chief, National Income Division. Staff
members of the National Income Division responsible for important areas of work, listed in
alphabetical order, are:
Edward 0. Bassett
Personal Consumption Expenditures
Jacqueline Bauman
Corporate Profits
Kenneth P. Berkman
Proprietors' Income
Consumer Expenditures for Services
Carolyn G. Bernhard
Leo Bernstein
Quarterly Estimates
Richard Bond
Corporate Profits
George M. Cobren
Governments; Inventory Investment
F. Beatrice Coleman
Personal Income
Pauline M. Cypert
Interest
Joseph Czako
Rental Income




Jeanette Fitzwilliams
Shirley F. Loftus
Alan Odendahl
Marilyn Y. Rice
Charles A. Waite
Robert C. Wasson

Proprietors' Income
State and Local Governments
Personal Consumption Expenditures
Federal Government
Federal Government
Capita! Formation

Major responsibility for work on the input-output
tables was carried by Morris R. Goldman, Associate Director, OBE; Beatrice N. Vaccara, presently Co-ordinator, Interagency Growth Studies;
and Martin L. Marimont, Chief, National Economics Division. Staff members in this division
with major areas of responsibility were: Margaret
F. Cannon, D. Anne Fisher, Norman Frumkin, Vera
C. Perrella, Janet B. Riddle, Eugene P. Roberts,
Mary Ann Sayre, Albert A. Schulman, Nancy W.
Simon, Irving Stern, Genifer Sussman, and Albert
A. Walderhaug.
Significant contributions were also made by the
following OBE staff members: Lawrence Bridge,
Leona Costa, Billy Jo Hurley, Richard B. Quanrud,
and Edith Willis.
Construction of the national income and product
accounts consists of assembling statistics from
a wide variety of primary sources and using
complex estimating techniques to fit these data
into the concepts of economic accounting. We
particularly wish to acknowledge our debt to the
many individuals and organizations that have provided us with data and have generously assisted
us in preparing the estimates. Because the list
of such agencies and individuals is very long
we can offer only a blanket acknowledgment and
express our deep appreciation.

GEORGE JASZI
Director, Office of Business Economics
August 1966

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CONTENTS
Foreword

III

Introduction

VI

Definitions of Major Aggregates and
Components of the National Income
and Product Accounts VIII
Summary National Income and Product
Accounts, 1965 XII
National Income and Product Tables

1.

1

Gross National Product and National Income

1.1
1.2

Gross National Product by Major Type of Product: Annually, 1929-65,
and Seasonally Adjusted Quarterly Totals at Annual Rates, 1947-65 6

1.4

Gross National Product by Major Type of Product and Purchaser: Annually, 1947-65 6

1.5

Gross National Product by Major Type of Product in Constant Dollars:
Annually, 1929-65, and Seasonally Adjusted Quarterly Totals at Annual
Rates, 1947-65 8

1.6

Gross National Product by Major Type of Product and Purchaser in Constant Dollars: Annually, 1947-65 8

1.7

Gross National Product by Sector: Annually, 1929-65, and Seasonally
Adjusted Quarterly Totals at Annual Rates, 1947-65 10

1.8

Gross National Product by Sector in Constant Dollars: Annually, 192965, and Seasonally Adjusted Quarterly Totals at Annual Rates, 194765 10

1.9

••"'

Gross National Product in Constant Dollars: Annually, 1929-65, and
Seasonally Adjusted Quarterly Totals at Annual Rates, 1947-65 4

1.3

?~1

Gross National Product: Annually, 1929-65. and Seasonally Adjusted
Quarterly Totals at Annual Rates, 1946-65 2

Relation of Gross National Product, National Income, and Personal Income: Annually, 1929-65, and Seasonally Adjusted Quarterly Totals
at Annual Rates, 1946-65 12

1

1

1.10

National Income by Type of Income: Annually, 1929-65, and Seasonally
Adjusted Quarterly Totals at Annual Rates, 1946-65 14

1.11

National Income by Industry Division: Annually, 1929-65, and Seasonally
Adjusted Quarterly Totals at Annual Rates, 1946-65 16

1.12

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THE NATIONAL INCOME AND
PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE
UNITED STATES, 1929-1965
Statistical Tables
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IV




- : J

National Income by Industry: Annually, 1929-65 18

1.13

National Income by Sector and Legal Form of Organization: Annually,

1.14

Gross Corporate Product: Annually, 1946-65, and Seasonally Adjusted
Quarterly Totals at Annual Rates, 1946-65 22

1.15

Gross Auto Product: Annually, 1947-65, and Seasonally Adjusted Quarterly Totals at Annual Rates, 1947-65 26

1.16

Gross Auto Product in Constant Dollars: Annually, 1947-65, and Seasonally Adjusted Quarterly Totals at Annual Rates, 1947*65 27

1.17

Gross Farm Product: Annually, 1929-65 28

1.18

Gross Farm Product in Constant Dollars: Annually, 1929-65 28

1.19

Gross National Product: Quarterly Totals Not Seasonally Adjusted, 194665 30

1.20

Gross National Product Originating in General Government, Farms, and
All Other Industries, in Current and Constant Dollars: Annually, 190928 30

1929-65 22

2. Personal Income and Outlay

6. Income and Employment by Industry

2.1

Personal Income and Its Disposition: Annually, 1929-65, and Seasonally
Adjusted Quarterly Totals at Annual Rates, 1946-65 32

6.1

Compensation of Employees by Industry: Annually, 1929-65 90

6.2

Wages and Salaries by Industry: Annually, 1929-65 94

Personal Income: Seasonally Adjusted Monthly Totals at Annual Rates,

6.3

Average Number of Full-Time and Part-Time Employees by Industry:
Annually, 1929-65 98
Number of Full-Time Equivalent Employees by Industry: Annually, 192965 102

2.2

1946-65 36
2.3

Personal Consumption Expenditures by Major Type: Annually, 1929-65,
and Seasonally Adjusted Quarterly Totals at Annual Rates, 1946-65 40

6.4

2.4

Personal Consumption Expenditures by Major Type: Quarterly Totals Not
Seasonally Adjusted, 1946-65 42

6.5

Average Annual Earnings Per Full-Time Employee by Industry: Annually,
1929-65 106

2.5

Personal Consumption Expenditures by Type of Product: Annually, 192965 44

6.6

2.6

Personal Consumption Expenditures by Type of Product in Constant
Dollars: Annually, 1929-65 48

6.7

Number of Persons Engaged in Production by Industry: Annually, 192965 110
Supplements to Wages and Salaries by Industry Division: Annually, 192965 114

6.8
6.9
3. Government Receipts and Expenditures
3.1

Federal Government Receipts and Expenditures: Seasonally Adjusted
Quarterly Totals at Annual Rates, 1946-65 52

3.3

State and Local Government Receipts and Expenditures: Seasonally
Adjusted Quarterly Totals at Annual Rates, 1946-65 54

3.5

Federal Government Receipts and Expenditures: Quarterly Totals Not
Seasonally Adjusted, 1946-65 56
State and Local Government Receipts and Expenditures: Quarterly Totals
Not Seasonally Adjusted, 1946-65 56

6.10

State and Local Government Receipts and Expenditures: Annually, 192965 54

3.4

Noncorporate Capital Consumption Allowances by Industry Division:
Annually, 1929-65 114
Inventory Valuation Adjustment by Industry Division: Annually, 192965 116
Net Interest by Industry Division: Annually, 1929*65 116

Federal Government Receipts and Expenditures: Annually, 1929-65 52

3.2

Income of Unincorporated Enterprises by Industry Division: Annually,
1929-65 114

3.6
3.7

Social Insurance Funds: Annually, 1929-65 58

3.8

Government Transfer Payments to Persons: Annually, 1929-65 58

3.10

Government Purchases of Goods and Services by Object Classification:
Annually, 1952-65 69
Relation of Federal Government Receipts and Expenditures in the National Income and Product Accounts to the Consolidated Cash Budget:
Fiscal Years, 1952-65, and Calendar Year Cfuarterly Totals Not Seasonally Adjusted, 1959-65 70
Relation of State and Local Government Receipts and Expenditures in
the National Income and Product Accounts to Bureau of Census Data:
Fiscal Years, 1952-65 72

6.13

Corporate Profits (Before Tax) and Inventory Valuation Adjustment by
Broad Industry Groups: Annually, 1929-65, and Seasonally Adjusted
Quarterly Totals at Annual Rates, 1946-65 116
Corporate Profits Before Tax by Industry: Annually, 1929-65 118

6.14

Federal and State Corporate Profits Tax Liability by Industry: Annually,

6.15

Corporate Profits After Tax by Industry: Annually, 1929-65 126

6.16

Net Corporate Dividend Payments by Industry: Annually, 1929-65 130

1929-65 122

6.17

Undistributed Corporate Profits by Industry: Annually, 1929-65 134

6.18

Corporate Capital Consumption Allowances by Industry: Annually, 192965 138
Corporate Sales by Industry: Annually, 1929-65 142

Government Expenditures by Type of Function: Annually, 1952-65 G
O

3.11

6.12

Contributions for Social Insurance: Annually, 1929-65 58

3.9

6.11

3.12

3.13

6.19

7. Supplementary Tables
7.1

Gross National Product: Receipts and Expenditures by Major Economic
Groups: Annually, 1929-65 148

7.2

Monetary and Imputed Interest: Annually, 1929-65 150

7.3

Imputations Included in the National Income and Product Accounts:
Annually, 1929-65 152
Corporate Profits and Inventory Valuation Adjustment: Quarterly Totals
Not Seasonally Adjusted, 1946-65 154

7.4
7.5

Relation of Corporate Profits, Taxes, and Dividends in the National Income and Product Accounts to Corresponding Totals as Tabulated by
the Internal Revenue Service: Annually, 1929-63 154

7.6

Selected Per Capita Income and Product Series in Current and Constant Dollars: Annually, 1929-65 156

4. Foreign Transactions
4-1

4.2

Foreign Transactions in the National Income and Product Accounts-.
Annually, 1929-65, and Seasonally Adjusted Quarterly Totals at
Annual Rates, 1946-65 74
Foreign Transactions in the National Income and Product Accounts:
Quarterly Totals Not Seasonally Adjusted, 1946-65 74

8. Implicit Price Deflators
8.1

5. Saving and Investment
51

Purchases of Structures by Type: Annually, 1929-65 80

5-3

Purchases of Structures by Type in Constant Dollars: Annually, 192965 82
Private Purchases of Producers' Durable Equipment by Type: Annually,
1929-65 84
Private Purchases of Producers' Durable Equipment by Type in Constant
Dollars: Annually, 1929-65 84
Change in Business Inventories: Annually, 1929-65 86
Comparison of Personal Saving in the National Income and Product
Accounts With That of the Securities and Exchange Commission-.
Annually, 1946-65 86

5-5
5.6
5.7

8.2

Implicit Price Deflators for Gross
Product: Annually, 1929-65, and
65 160
Implicit Price Deflators for Gross
Product and Purchaser: Annually,

Sources and Uses of Gross Saving: Annually, 1929-65, and Seasonally
Adjusted Quarterly Totals at Annual Rates, 1946-65 78

5-2

5.4

Implicit Price Deflators for Gross National Product: Annually, 1929-65,
and Quarterly Seasonally Adjusted, 1947-65 158




8.3

National Product by Major Type of
Quarterly Seasonally Adjusted, 1947National Product by Major Type of
1947-65 160

8.4

Implicit Price Deflators for Gross National Product by Sector: Annually,

8.5

Implicit Price Deflators for Gross Farm Product: Annually, 1929-65 162

8.6

Implicit Price Deflators for Personal Consumption Expenditures by Type
of Product: Annually, 1929-65 162
Implicit Price Deflators for Purchases of Structures by Type: Annually,

1929-65 160

8.7

1929-65 164
8.8

Implicit Price Deflators for Private Purchases of Producers' Durable
Equipment by Type: Annually, 1929-65 164

INTRODUCTION

This report presents the complete set of national income and product tables that resulted
from the comprehensive benchmark revisions that
centered around the incorporation of the 1958 economic censuses into the national income and
product estimates. Summary results of these revisions, with explanations, were first published in
the August 1965 issue of the Survey of Current
Business and have since been maintained on a
current basis. In the present report, previously
published statistics for 1963, 1964, and 1965 have
been updated to take into account the annual
revisions of the national income and product
estimates that are customarily made in the July
issue of the Survey. In these revisions, preliminary
source data are replaced by more comprehensive
data that have become available since the earlier
estimates were made.
Another report scheduled for the future will
contain a comprehensive explanation of the con-

VI




ceptual framework of the national income and
product accounts and the statistical sources and
methods underlying the estimates. In the interim,
National Income: 1954 edition, U.S. Income and
Output, and the description of the present benchmark revisions in the August 1965 Survey may
be used as references.
Summary of changes in the array of tables
The principal departures in the present report
from the tables in U.S. Income and Output may be
summarized as follows.
1. The following tables, which are regularly
published separately in the Survey of Current
Business, have been omitted from this report:
income by state and region (tables II-8, II-9, and
11-10 in U.S. Income and Output); expenditures on
new plant and equipment (table V-7); sources and
uses of corporate funds (table V-10); and the
balance of payments tables (tables IV-5, lV-6, and
V-11). Table IV-4, which showed the relation of
foreign transactions in the national income accounts to the balance of payments, has been
dropped because the definitional differences that
existed formerly have been eliminated.
2. As announced in the April 1965 Survey, the
Office of Business Economics has suspended publication of its series on distributions by size of
income (tables 11-11, 11-12, and 11-13). This decision was made because the benchmark study
upon which the annual series was based had
become obsolete. Work on reconstruction of the
series is in progress.
3. The tables showing investment, depreciation, and capital stocks in manufacturing establishments (tables V-12, V-13, V-14, and V-15) have
also been omitted from the present volume. These
will be supplanted by new series—now in preparation—which will present estimates of investment,
depreciation, discards, and capital stocks for all
industries, with subtotals for manufacturing, farm,
and all other. These estimates will be compiled
according to various assumptions as to service
lives, methods of depreciation, and valuation.
4. The detail in some of the former tables has
been greatly improved and/or expanded and some
tables have been added. In particular, attention
may be directed to:
(a) Table 3.12, Relation of Federal Government
Receipts and Expenditures in the National Income




and Product Accounts to the Consolidated Cash
Budget, which has been comprehensively reworked on the basis of an exhaustive analysis of
the budgetary data. This reconciliation is now
available for quarterly periods (not seasonally adjusted) rather than semiannually as in the past.
(b) Table 7.3 presents a new, comprehensive
resume of the nonmarket items or "imputations"
that are included in the national income and
product accounts. The table shows the amounts
for each of the imputations and the effect that
the imputations have on the major aggregates in
the accounts. This table encompasses the information formerly included in table VII-17.
(c) Estimates of the gross auto product (tables
1.15 and 1.16), which were initially published in
the February 1963 Survey, are now fully integrated
with the revised GNP figures.
(d) Gross national product by sector (table 1.7
and 1.8) is now available quarterly, seasonally
adjusted.
(e) A table has been added on gross corporate
product (table 1.14) providing more detail on this
important sector of the economy. This table was
first published on a continuing basis in the April
1963 Survey.
(f) The table (2.6) on annual personal consumption expenditures in constant dollars has been
greatly expanded from a dozen detailed categories of personal consumption expenditures to
almost 50.
(g) The tables on gross national product by
major type of product (tables 1.3, 1.5, and 8.2)
were extended to a quarterly basis in the November 1960 Survey.
Alaska and Hawaii
The national income and product statistics for
1960 and subsequent years are defined to include
Alaska and Hawaii; those for prior years are not.
This does not significantly affect the comparability
of the data for most purposes for which they are
used. The GNP of Alaska and Hawaii combined
amounted to roughly $21/2 billion in 1960. A portion of this amount is probably included in the
GNP and other major aggregates of the accounts
for 1959 and earlier years because the data
sources and statistical techniques employed were
not sufficiently refined to exclude all Alaskan and
Hawaiian product and income from the estimates.

VII

DEFINITIONS OF MAJOR AGGREGATES
AND COMPONENTS OF THE NATIONAL
INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS

I HE FOLLOWING definitions of the major income and product aggregates and their components are intended to give concise descriptions
of the coverage of the various series and to call
attention to important aspects of the series which
are not readily apparent from their titles. The
definitions of the major aggregates should be
considered in conjunction with the definitions of
their components.
Major Income and Product Aggregates
Gross national product (table 1.1) is the market
value of the output of goods and services produced by the Nation's economy, before deduction of depreciation charges and other allowances
for business and institutional consumption of durable capital goods. Other business products used
up by business in the accounting period are
excluded. The Nation's economy in this context
refers to the labor and property supplied by residents of the Nation. Gross national product comprises the purchases of goods and services by
consumers and government, gross private domestic investment (including the change in business inventories), and net exports (exports less
imports).
Net national product (table 1.9) is gross national
product less depreciation charges and other allowances for consumption of durable capital goods.
It is the market value of the net output of goods
and services produced by the Nation's economy.
All business products used up by business in the
accounting period are excluded. The Nation's
economy in this context refers to the labor and
property supplied by residents of the Nation.
Net national product comprises the purchases of
goods and services by consumers and government, net private domestic investment (including
the change in business inventories), and net exports.

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National income (table 1.10) is the aggregate
earnings of labor and property which arise in the
current production of goods and services by the
Nation's economy. Thus it measures the total factor costs of the goods and services produced by
the economy. The Nation's economy in this context refers to the labor and property supplied by
residents of the Nation. Earnings are recorded in
the forms in which they accrue to residents of
the Nation, inclusive of taxes on those earnings.
As such, they consist of the compensation of
employees, the profits of corporate and unincorporated enterprises, net interest, and the rental
income flowing to persons.
Personal income (table 2.1) is the current income received by persons from all sources, inclusive of transfers from government and business
but exclusive of transfers among persons. Not
only individuals (including owners of unincorporated enterprises), but nonprofit institutions,
private trust funds, and private health and welfare
funds are classified as "persons." Personal income is measured on a before-tax basis, as the
sum of wage and salary disbursements, other
labor income, proprietors' and rental income, interest and dividends, and transfer payments, minus
personal contributions for social insurance.
Disposable personal income (table 2.1) is the
income remaining to persons after deduction of
personal tax and nontax payments to general government. It is the income of persons available
for spending or saving.
Components of Gross National Product (table 1.1)
Personal consumption expenditures consists of
the market value of purchases of goods and services by persons and nonprofit institutions and the
value of food, clothing, housing, and financial
services received by them as income in kind. It
includes the rental value of owner-occupied

houses but does not include purchases of dwellings, which are classified as capital goods.
Gross private domestic investment consists of
the net acquisitions of fixed capital goods by
private business and nonprofit institutions; including commissions arising in the sale and purchase of new and existing fixed assets, principally
real estate; and the value of the change in the
volume of inventories held by business. It covers
all private dwellings including those acquired by
persons for their own occupancy.
Net exports of goods and services measures the
balance on goods and services, excluding transfers under military grants, as reported in the U.S.
balance of payments statistics. Exports of goods
and services are included in the gross national
product because they are produced by the Nation's economy. Since imports of foreign goods
and services are included in the purchases of the
various market groups (consumers, government,
etc.) distinguished in the GNP breakdown, they
must be deducted from the sum of these purchases to derive a measure of output attributable
to the Nation's economy.
Government purchases of goods and services
consists of the net purchases of goods and services by general government and of the gross investment of government enterprises. General government purchases comprises employee compensation and net purchases from business and from
abroad. They exclude the acquisition of land, current outlays of government enterprises, transfer
payments, government interest, and subsidies, as
well as transactions in financial claims.
Components of National Income (table 1.10)
Compensation of employees is the income accruing to persons in an employee status as remuneration for their work. It is the sum of wages
and salaries and supplements to wages and
salaries.
Wages and salaries consists of the monetary
remuneration of employees, inclusive of executives' compensation, commissions, tips, and
bonuses, and of payments in kind which represent
income to the recipients.
Supplements to wages and salaries consists of
employer contributions for social insurance and of
other labor income. Employer contributions for
social insurance comprises employer payments




under the social security, Federal and State
unemployment insurance, railroad retirement and
unemployment insurance, government retirement
and a few other minor social insurance programs.
Other labor income comprises employer contributions to private pension, health, unemployment,
and welfare funds; compensation for injuries;
directors' fees; pay of the military reserve; and
a few other minor items.
Proprietors' income measures the monetary
earnings and income in kind of sole proprietorships, partnerships, and producers' cooperatives
from their current business operations—other than
the supplementary income of individuals derived
from renting property. It includes the inventory
valuation adjustment described below and the
other adjustments to taxable income described
under corporate profits.
Rental income of persons consists of the monetary earnings of persons from the rental of real
property, except the earnings of persons primarily
engaged in the real estate business; the imputed
net rental returns to owner-occupants of nonfarm
dwellings; and the royalties received by persons
from patents, copyrights, and rights to natural resources.
Corporate profits (before tax) and inventory
valuation adjustment is the earnings of corporations organized for profit which accrue to residents of the Nation, measured before Federal and
State profits taxes, without deduction of depletion
charges, exclusive of capital gains and losses and
intercorporate dividends, and including inventory
valuation adjustment. It includes the profits of
stock life insurance companies and of mutual
financial institutions. Bad debt expenses are
measured by actual losses, not additions to reserves; and the profit or loss of bankrupt firms
includes the gain from unsatisfied debt. Corporate
profits includes net receipts of dividends and
branch profits from abroad, as reflected in the
balance of payments statistics, in addition to
profits earned in domestic operations. In other
major respects, the definition of profits is in accordance with Federal income tax regulations.
Corporate profits tax liability comprises Federal
and State taxes levied on corporate earnings.
Dividends measures cash dividend disbursements by corporations organized for profit to
stockholders who are U.S. persons.

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Undistributed profits is corporate profits before
tax less corporate profits tax liability less dividends. As such, it equals the change in corporate
net worth stemming from current operations. It
may also be viewed as purchases of physical
assets plus net acquisition of financial assets less
capita! consumption allowances, borrowing, and
new stock issues.
Net interest measures the excess of interest
payments of the domestic business system over
its interest receipts, plus net interest received from
abroad. Interest paid by consumers and by government, including government enterprises, are
not added into this computation because they are
not treated as factor costs of production. In consequence, the net interest component of national
income falls short of total interest accruing to persons from the business system and from abroad
by the amount of consumer and government interest received by business. In addition to monetary interest flows, net interest includes imputed
interest arising in connection with the operations
of financial intermediaries. A portion of imputed
interest is equal to the value of financial services
received by persons without explicit payment; the
remainder represents property income received by
life insurance companies and noninsured pension
funds less profits of life insurance companies.
Inventory valuation adjustment measures the
excess of the change in the physical volume of
nonfarm business inventories, valued at average
prices during the period, over the change in the
book value of nonfarm inventories. This adjustment is made to corporate and unincorporated
business profits to remove the inventory profit or
loss that occurs in business accounting when the
book cost of goods removed from inventories
differs from the current replacement cost. Valuation in current prices of the costs of inventories
used up puts sales and costs on a consistent
basis, and is necessary to derive measures of
national output in current prices. No valuation
adjustment is made for farm inventories and farm
income, which are calculated at average prices
during the period.
Components of Personal Income (table 2.1)
Components of personal income not shown below have been defined as components of national
income.




Wage and salary disbursements is equal to
wages and salaries, as defined under national income, except that retroactive wages are counted
when paid rather than earned.
Personal interest income measures total interest
(monetary and imputed, private and government)
accruing to U.S. persons. It is calculated as the
sum of the net interest component of national
income, total interest paid by consumers, and net
interest paid by government including government
enterprises. This yields the correct amount of interest accruing to persons because interest paid
by government and consumers to business has
entered negatively in the computation of national
income net interest. The imputed interest component of personal interest income is the same as
in national income.
Transfer payments to persons consists of income
received by persons, generally in monetary form,
for which no services are rendered currently. It
is composed of government transfer payments
and business transfer payments. Government
transfer payments consist of payments under the
social security (including medicare), State unemployment insurance, railroad retirement and unemployment insurance, and government retirement
programs, veterans' benefits (including veterans'
life insurance proceeds), direct relief, payments to
nonprofit institutions other than for work done
under research and development contracts, and
a few other minor items. Business transfer payments comprise corporate gifts to nonprofit institutions, consumer bad debts, and a few other
minor payments.
Personal contributions for social insurance consists of payments by employees, self-employed,
and by persons participating in the medicare programs. The programs included are identical to
those listed under the employer contributions for
social insurance component of supplements to
wages and salaries.
Other Components of Summary National Income
and Product Accounts
Capital consumption allowances (table 1.9) consists of depreciation charges and accidental damage to fixed capital. Depreciation is the charges
made by private business for the current consumption of durable capital goods and comparable
allowances for nonprofit institutions. It also in-

eludes depreciation charges for owner-occupied
houses. Depreciation reported by business is not
adjusted for changes in the replacement value
of capital goods, except for farm enterprises. For
corporations and nonfarm unincorporated enterprises, the definition of depreciation is the same
as in Federal income tax regulations.
Indirect business tax and nontax liability (table
1.9) consists of tax liabilities and other general
government revenues paid by business, except
employer contributions for social insurance and
corporate income taxes. It includes sales, excise,
and property taxes. It also includes payments akin
to taxes such as regulatory and inspection fees,
fines and penalties, rents and royalties, and donations. It excludes government receipts from the
sale of commodities and services to business
which are similar to the ordinary purchases of
intermediate products by business. Receipts from
such sales are netted out of government purchases.
Statistical discrepancy (table 1.9) is the excess
of the value of the estimated gross national product computed by adding the expenditure components over its independently estimated value
computed by adding national income, capital consumption allowances, indirect business tax and
nontax liability, business transfer payments, and
current surplus of government enterprises less
subsidies.
Subsidies less current surplus of government
enterprises (table 1.9): Subsidies are the monetary grants provided by government to private
business. The current surplus of government enterprises represents the excess of sales receipts
over current operating costs of government enterprises. In the calculation of the current surplus,
no deduction is made for depreciation charges,
and interest is not included in either receipts or
costs.
Wage accruals less disbursements (table 1.9)
equals the excess of business liabilities over disbursements due to retroactive wage settlements.
Personal tax and nontax payments (table 2.1)
consists of the taxes (other than contributions for
social insurance) and nontax payments to general
government by individuals that are not deductible
as expenses of business operations. The principal
taxes are income taxes, personal property taxes,
and inheritance taxes. Nontaxes include passport




fees, fines, donations, penalties, and tuition fees
and hospital fees paid to schools and hospitals
operated by State and local governments. Tax refunds are deducted from payments as of the
time of refund.
Personal outlays (table 2.1) is the sum of personal consumption expenditures, interest paid by
consumers, and personal transfer payments to
foreigners. The latter consists of personal remittances in kind and in cash to abroad, net of such
remittances from abroad.
Personal saving (table 2.1) is the excess of personal income over the sum of personal outlays
and personal tax and nontax payments. It consists
of the current saving of individuals (including
owners of unincorporated businesses), nonprofit
institutions, and private health, welfare, and trust
funds. Personal saving equals the change in the
net worth of persons which may be further viewed
as the acquisition of financial claims (such as
cash and deposits, securities, and reserves of life
insurance companies and noninsured pension
funds) less the net increase in indebtedness, plus
the acquisition of physical assets net of capital
consumption allowances.
Government transfer payments to foreigners
(table 3.1) consists of U.S. Government nonmilitary
grants to foreign governments in cash and in
kind, and of U.S. Government pensions and other
transfers, as measured in the balance of payments
statistics.
Government surplus or deficit(—) (tables 3.1 and
3.3) is the excess of government receipts over
government expenditures as defined in the national income and product accounts. As such, it
equals the acquisition of financial assets less borrowing by general government and government
enterprises. It also includes net government purchases of land. Net acquisitions of reproducible
assets are excluded here because they are included in government purchases of goods and
services.
Net foreign investment (table 4.1) is numerically
equal to the balance on goods, services, and
unilateral transfers as measured in the balance
of payments statistics. As such, it is equal to the
acquisition of foreign assets by U.S. residents less
the acquisition of U.S. assets by foreign residents.
It also includes the "errors and omissions" item
in the balance of payments statistics.

XI

Table A

[Billions of dollars!

1.—National Income and Product Account
Line

Line

1
2
3
4
5
6
7

Compensation of employees
Wages and salaries
Disbursements (2-7)
Wage accruals less disbursements (5-4)
Supplements to wages and salaries
Employer contributions for social insurance (3-14)
Other labor income (2-8)

8
9

Proprietors' income (2-9)
Rental income of persons (2-10)

10
11
12
13

557
18.3

Corporate profits and inventory valuation adjustment
Profits before tax
Profits tax liability (3-11)
Profits after tax

14

-74.2
75.7
31.2
44.5

Dividends (2-11)

15
16

Undistributed profits (5-5)
Inventory valuation adjustment (5-6)

NATIONAL

INCOME

24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34

Personal consumption expenditures (2-3)

431.5

Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Services

66.1
190.6
174.8

Gross private domestic investment (5-1)

106.6

Fixed investment
Presidential
Structures
Producers' durable equipment
Residential structures

97.5
69.7
24.9
44.8
27.8

Change in business inventories

9.1

19 2

36

Exports (4-1)

39.0

17.8
.„„

35

25.3
—1.5

17 Net interest (2-13)
18

392.9
358.4
358.4
0
34.5
16.0
18.5

37

Imports (4-2)

32.0

559.0

19
20
21

Business transfer payments (2-17)
Indirect business tax and nontax liability (3-12)
Less: Subsidies less current surplus of government enterprises

22
23

Capital consumption allowances (5-7)
Statistical discrepancy (5-9)
CHARGES AGAINST GROSS NATIONAL PRODUCT

681.2

7.0

Government purchases of goods and services (3-1)

136.2

Federal
National defense
Other
State and local

66.8
50.1
167
69.4

59.6
—1.6

(3;6)

2.6
62.7

38
39
40
41
42

Net exports of goods and services

1.0

GROSS NATIONAL PRODUCT

.-

681.2

2.—Personal Income and Outlay Account
1

Personal tax and nontax payments (3-10)

2

Personal outlays

66.0

7

Wage and salary disbursements (1-3)

443.4

8

Other labor income (1-7)

11

4

Interest paid by consumers (2-15)

5

Persona! transfer payments to foreigners (net) (4-4)

6

Personal saving (5-3)

PERSONAL TAXES, OUTLAYS, AND SAVING

XII




431.5
11.3
6
25.7

535.1

Dividends (1-14)
Personal interest income ..
Net interest (M7)
Net interest paid by government (3-5)
Interest paid by consumers (2-4)
Transfer payments to persons
From business (149)
From government (3-3)

19

Personal consumption expenditures (1-24)

12
13
14
15
16
17
18

3

Less: Personal contributions for social insurance (3-15)

358.4
18.5
55.7
18.3
19.2
•38.4
17.8
9.3
11.3
397
2.6
37.1
13.2

PERSONAL

535.1

9
10

Proprietors' income (1-8)
Rental income of persons (1-9)

INCOME

.....

""""".""""
*

Summary National Income and
Product Accounts, 1965

[Billions of dollars]

3.—Government Receipts and Expenditures Account
Line
1

Line
136.2

10

Personal tax and nontax^payments (2-1)

66.0

2 Transfer payments

Purchases of goods and services (1*38)

39.3

11

Corporate profits tax liability (1-12)

31.2

3

To persons (2-18)

37.1

12

Indirect business tax and nontax liability (1-20)

62.7

4

To foreigners (net) (4-3)

2.2

13

Contributions for social insurance

29.2

9.3

14

Employer (1-6)

16.0

6 Subsidies less current surplus of government enterprises (1-21) ....

1.0

15

Personal (2-19)

13.2

7 Surplus or deficit
(5-8)

3.2

5

8
9

Net interest paid (2-14)

(—),

national income and product accounts

Federal

1.6

State and local

1.6

GOVERNMENT EXPENDITURES AND SURPLUS

189.0

GOVERNMENT RECEIPTS

189.0

4.—Foreign Transactions Account
39.0

Imports of goods and services (1-37)
Transfer payments from U.S. Government to foreigners (net)
(3-4)

4

Export of goods and services (1*36)

2
3

1

Personal transfer payments to foreigners (net) (2-5)

5
RECEIPTS FROM FOREIGNERS _

-

32.0

.6
4.2

Net foreign investment (5-2)

39.0

PAYMENTS TO FOREIGNERS

39.0

2.2

5.—Gross Saving and Investment Account
1
2

25.7

3

Personal saving (2-6)

4.2

4

Wage accruals less disbursements (1-4)
Undistributed corporate profits (1-15)

6

Corporate inventory valuation adjustment (1-16)

7

Capital consumption allowances (1-22)

8

Net foreign investment (4-5)

106.6

5

Gross private domestic investment (1-28)

Government surplus or deficit (—),
product accounts (3-7)

9

GROSS INVESTMENT




.0

25.3
-1.5
59.6
national income and

3.2

Statistical discrepancy (1-23)

-1.6

GROSS SAVING AND STATISTICAL DISCREPANCY

110.7

XII!

1. Gross National Product and National Income
Table

1.1
1.2
1.3

Pagc

Gross National Product: Annually, 1929-65, and Seasonally Adjusted Quarterly
Totals at Annual Rates, 1946-65
.

2

Gross National Product in Constant Dollars: Annually, 1929-65, and Seasonally
Adjusted Quarterly Totals at Annual Rates, 1947- 65

4

Gross National Product by Major Type of Product: Annually, 1929-65, and
Seasonally Adjusted Quarterly Totals at Annual Rates, 1947-65

6

1.4

Gross National Product by Major Type of Product and Purchaser: Annually,
1947-65

1.5

Gross National Product by Major Type of Product in Constant Dollars: Annually,
1929-65, and Seasonally Adjusted Quarterly Totals at Annual Rates, 1947-65. „

8

Gross National Product by Major Type of Product and Purchaser in Constant
Dollars: Annually, 1947-65

8

Gross National Product by Sector: Annually, 1929-65, and Seasonally Adjusted
Quarterly Totals at Annual Rates, 1947-65

10

Gross National Product by Sector in Constant Dollars: Annually, 1929-65, and
Seasonally Adjusted Quarterly Totals at Annual Rates , 1947- 65

10

Relation of Gross National Product, National Income, and Personal Income:
Annually, 1929-65, and Seasonally Adjusted Quarterly Totals at Annual Rates,
1946-65

12

1.10 National Income by Type of Income: Annually, 1929-65, and Seasonally Adjusted Quarterly Totals at Annual Rates, 1946- 65

14

1.6
1.7
1.8
1.9

1.11 National Income by Industry Division: Annually, 1929-65, and Seasonally
Adjusted Quarterly Totals at Annual Rates, 1946-65
1.12

National Income by Industry: Annually, 1929-65

1.13 National Income by Sector and Legal Form of Organization: Annually, 1929-65. _
Gross Corporate Product: Annually, 1946-65, and Seasonally Adjusted Quarterly
Totals at Annual Rates, 1946-65
1.15 Gross Auto Product: Annually, 1947-65, and Seasonally Adjusted Quarterly
Totals at Annual Rates, 1947-65
1.16 Gross Auto Product in Constant Dollars: Annually, 1947-65, and Seasonally

16
18
22

1.14

Adjusted Quarterly Totals at Annual Rates, 1947-65

22
26
27

1.17

Gross Farm Product: Annually, 1929-65

28

1.18

Gross Farm Product in Constant Dollars: Annually, 1929-65

28

1.19

Gross National Product: Quarterly Totals Not Seasonally Adjusted, 1946-65

30

1.20 Gross National Product Originating in General Government, Farms, and All
Other Industries, in Current and Constant Dollars: Annually, 1909-28




30

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES
Table 1.1.—Gross National Product: Annually, 1929-65, and
[Millions of dollars]
1929

Line
Gross national product
Personal consumption expenditures..
Durable goods
Nondurable goods..
Services
Gross private domestic investment..
Fixed investment
Nonresidential
Structures
Producers' durable equipmentResidential structures.
Nonfarra
Farm
Change in business inventories.
Nonfarm
Farm
Net exports of goods and services.._
Exports
Imports
-.
Governmen t purchases of goods and
services.
Federal...
National defense
Other
State and local

1930

103,095 90,367
77,222 69,880

55,601

65,054

60,464

48,589

45,795 51,335 55,699

66,507 63,920 66,834

70,824

80,575

88,501

99,336 108,255

3,646
22, 741
22,202

3,469 4,213 5,111 6,304 6,925 5,686 6,670
22,257 26,691 29,322 32,857 35,224 33,953 35,116
20,069 20,431 21,266 22,751 24,358 24,281 25,048
1,401 3,334 6,411 8,486 11,783 6,475 9,264

7,766
37,017
26,041

9,647
42,853
28,075

6,947
50,753
30,801

6,572 6,718
58,597 64,348
34,167 37,189

13,133

17,909

9,811

5,741

7,135

7,389
5,365
1,897
3,468
2,024
1,923
101

8,853
5,927
1,953
3,974
2,926
2,791
135

10,950
7,549
2,287
5,262
3,401
3,218
183

13,440
9,506
2,928
6,578
3,934
3,703
231

8,060
5,951
1,886
4,065
2,109
1,934
175

6,371
5,013
1,342
3,671
1,358
1,198
160

8,120
6,843
1,841
5,002
1,277
1,132
145

2,542 -914
1,726 -1,046
132
816
1,291
297
4,553 4,336
4,256 3,045
11,859
12,984

411
316
95

960
3,440
2,709
1,219
1,490
731

8,497

9,195

1,261

1,372

7,236

1944

58,049

6,766
5,041
2,343

-352
-83
-269
1,032
5,448
4,416

1943

75,820

5,618

1,714
1,836
-122
1,148
7,034
5,886

1942

1934

72,247 82,481
61,912

2,965
2,402
931
1,471
563
520
43

4,069
3,205
1,050
2,155
864
812
52

5,337
4,138
1,234
2,904
1,199
1,119

7,226
5,619
1,645
3,974
1,607
1,510
97

-1,148 -2,480 -1,564
-1,608 -2,590 -1,370
110 -194
460
358
407
516
3,641 2,474 2,402
3,125 2,067 2,044
8,047
9,222
8,093
2,000
1,495
1,456

-735
195
-930
601
2,975
2,374

1,074
376
698
128
3,265
3,137

1,260
2,066
-806
115
3,539
3,424
11,968

1,725
1,647
78

7,823

7,727

6,637

6,047

9,784 10,009
2,981

2,919

6,803

7,090

1937

1941

1933

10,260

1936

1940

1932

14,514 10,612
10,560 8,273
4,959 4,015
5,601 4,258
3,954 2,339
3,779 2,208
131
175

1935

1939

1931

9,212 7,155 5,485
37,686 34,022 28,956
30,324 28,703 26,023
16,228

_

90,446 84,670

9,241
7,308
2,442
4,866
1,933
1,807
126

4,935

4,664

7,033

7,195

90,494

1,066
4,432
3,366

13,330

5,409
7,575

5,105
1,249
3,856
8,225

99,678 124,540 157,910 191,592 210,104

2,183 4,469
1,902 4,049
420
281
1,289
1,719
5,355 5,925
3,636 4,636
14,002 24,767

-630
1,751
-577
652
-575
-53
1,099
-410
6 -2,049 - 1 , 8 3 0
4,791 4,416 5,298
4,785 6,465 7,128
59,592 88,564 96,544

16,882
13,750
3,132
7,885

51,875 81,148 89,002
49,363 79,743 87,433
1,405 1,569
2,512
7,416 7,542
7,717

6,015
2,214
3,801
7,987

[Billions of dollars]

I

Gross national product
Personal consumption expenditures
Durable goods.
Nondurable goods
Services
Gross private domestic investment
Fixed investment
,
Nonresldential
Structures
Producers' durable equipment
Residential structures
Nonfarm
,
Farm
Change in business inventories
Nonfarm
Farm
_
Net exports of goods and services
Exports
_
Imports
Government purchases of goods and
services.
Federal..
National defense
Other..
State and local.
_

196.5
134.3
12.6
78.6
43.1
24.5
18.6
13.1
5.6
7.5
5.5
5.0
.5
5.9
6.0
-.1

II

III

204.0
139.3
14.7
80.2
44.4
31.5
22.6
15.7
6.8
8.9
7.0
6.5
.5
8.8
8.7
.1

219.2
152.1
18.7
85.9
47.5
33.9
29.2
20.7
7.4
13.4
8.5
7.9
.6
4.7
4.8
-.1
6.8
14.4
7.6

6.8

7.6

8.8

13.6
6.8
30.9

14.8
7.2
25.6

16.1
7.3
25.0

22.2
20.4
1.8

16.3
14.4
2.0

8.8

9.3

14.9
11.9
3.0
10.0

26.4

15.5
12.3
3.2
10.9

IV

223.6
155.0
19.3
87.3
48.3

227.6
158.9
19.9
89.7
49.3
31.6
32.6
23.1
7.3
15.7
9.5
8.9
.7
—1.0
1.5
-2.5
12.0
20.5
8.5
25.1

231.8
162.5
20.4
91.6
50.4
31.7
34.4
23.2
7.6
15.6
11.3
10.6
.7

242.1
166.5
21.9
93.2
51.3
39.8

248.0
169.1
21.9
94.7
52.6

255.6
172.8
22.3
96.6
54.0

32.8

32.4
22.9
7.3
15.5
9.5
8.9
.6
.4
1.5
-1.1
11.5
19.3
7.8
24.2

43.4

46.2

38.3

41.1
26.1
8.7
17.4
15.0
14.2
.9
5.1
2.9
2.2

25.2

10.1
18.7
8.7
25.8

40.1
26.1
8.1
18.0
14.0
13.2
.8
3.3
2.3
1.0
8.2
18.1
9.9
27.3

30.3

12.4
9.4
3.0

12.9
8.9
4.0
12.2

12.4
8.7
3.8
12.7

12.4
9.3
3.1
13.4

13.5
9.8
3.7
13.8

15.7
10.4
5.4
14.6

11.8

1956

Line
II
Gross national product
Personal consumption expenditures
Durable goods
.,
Nondurable goods
.
Services
Gross private domestic investment
Fixed investment
Nonresidential
Structures
Producers' durable equipment
Residential structures
Nonfarm
Farm
Change in business inventories..
Nonfarm
Farm
Net exports of goods and services..
Exports
_.
Imports
_
Government purchases of goods and
services.
Federal
National defense
Other
...
State and local




410.6
262.0
38.5
127.6
95.8
69.9
63.9
42.0
16.5
25.6
21.8
21.2
.7

416.2
264.4
38.6
128.5
97.4
69.4
65.1
43.1
17.0
26.1
22.0
21.3
.7

6.0
6.6
-.5
2.3

4.3
5.2

III

II

III

IV

214.2
147.9
17.0
84.8
46.1
32.5
26.5
18.4
7.3
11.1
8.0
7.5
.5
6.1
5.9
.2

—2.7
-.3
-2.4

12.5
20.4
7.9

24.4
7.7
16.7
13.9
13.1
.8
1.4
2.4
-1.0

6.2

16.5
10.3

1957
III

IV

420.6
267.5
38.4
129.8
99.3

429.5
272.8
40.2
131.2
101.4

436.9
277.2

II

41.4
132. S
102.8

70.3

70.4

68.5

66.2
44.7
17.7
27.0
21.5
20.8
.7
4.1
4.4
-.3

66.1
45.0
17.8
27.2
21.1
20.4
.7
4.3
4.1
.2

4.1
24.2
20.0

5.6

21.9
19.6

3.8
23.3
19.4

66.4
45.9
17.8
28.1
20.5
19.8
.7
2.1
2.0
,1
6.6

76.4

78.5

44.5
38.4
6.1
31.8

27.5
20.9

78.7

25.0
19.4
80.7

45.8
40.4
5.4

45.3
40.4
4.9

46.6
42.1
4.6

32.6

33.4

34.0

49.3
43.4
5.8
35.3

84.6

IV

439.9
279.3
40.9
134.3
104.1
68.5
66.2
46.0
18.1
28.0
20.1
19.4
.7

446.3
2S3.8
40.6
137.7
105.6

441.5
285.4
40.2
137.4
107.8

70.4

64,0

67.2
47.2
18.1
29.1
20.0
19.4
.7

2.3
2.0
.3
6.3

3.2
2.5
.7

27.1
20.8
85.8

26.2
20.7

66.3
46.3
17.9
28.3
20.0
19.4
.6
-2.2
-3.3
1.1
4.5
25.2
20.6
87.5

36.2

262.5
175.7
23.4
96.7
55.6
48.1
42.0
27.1
9.2
17.9
14.9
14.0

263.9
176.6
23.1
96.9
56.5

II

IV

.9

6.1
3.9
2.2
5.9
16.7
10.8
32.8
17.3

10.7
6.7
15.4

258.5
175.4
22.5
96.0
56.9

46.3

39.6

42.0
28.2
9.4
18.8
13.8
12.9
.9
4.3
2.8
1.5
5.5
15.9
10.4
35.6

39.6
26.6

19.5
12.0
7.4
16.1

19.4
12.8
6.6
16.7

9.0
17.6

13.0

12.1
.9

5.5
86.6
49.7
44.8
4.9
36.9

49.6
44.6
5.0
37.9

III

IV

255.2
176.8
24.4
95.0
57.5
33.1
38.5
25.7

257.1
176.2
25.3
93.2
57.7
36.2
37.9
24.3

17.0
12.8
11.9

16.1
13.6
12.8
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255.0
178.8
26.3
94.0
58.5
33.8
39.1
23.8
8.0
15.7
15.3
14.5

8.7

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7.4

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15.5

13.3
9.4

9.7

9.3

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38.5

20.6
13.4

20.3
13.7

17.4

18.2

7.2

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IV

484.0
314.8
45.8
147.3
121.7

490.
316.
43.
149.
123.

72.2

77.

71.8
46.2
17.1
29.1
25.6
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46.
17.
29.
24.
24.

II

III

IV

438.3
287.4
36.8
139.3
111.3
55.7
60.8
41.2
16.7
24.5
19.5
18.9
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-5.1
-5.9
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451.4
292.2
37.7
141.2
113.3
61.4
61.3
40.5
16.1
24.4
20.8
20.2
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-.8
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464.4
296.2
39.1
142.3
114.7
68.8
64.7
41.7
16.2
25.5
23.0
22.4
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4.1
3.3
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474.0
304.0

42.8
144.4
116.8
72.1
68.3
43.0
16.0
27.0
25.3
24.6
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3.9
3.8
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486.9
309.8
45.0
145.7
119.1
80.4
71.3
45.2
16.6
28.7
26.1
25.4
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9.1
9.1
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22.4
22.2

22.7
23.4

90.2

92.8

2.4
23.0
20.7
95.4

1.4

22.9
20.3

2.4
23.0
20.6

97.7

97.5

96.6

54.1
46.1
8.0

53.1
45.7
7.3

43.4

43.5

434.7
284.5
37.9
137.8
108.9
57.3
62.7
43.0
17.3
25.7
19.7
19.1
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-5.4
-6.3
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2.6

51.3
44.7
6.6

52.9
45.7
7.2
3S.9

38.

1959

1958
III

49.6
44.1
5.5

1949

1948

1947

1946

Line

54.3
46.3
8.0
41.1

23.3
21.9
98.0
55.9
46.9
9.0
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46.5
8.1
43.1

-1
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24.4
24.0

6.
6.

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES
Seasonally Adjusted Quarterly Totals at Annual Rates, 1946-65
1945

1949

1948

1947

1946

1950

1951

1952

1953

1954

1955

1956

1957

1958

1959

I960

1061

1962

1963

1964

211,945 208,509 231,,123 257,562 256,484 i184,769 328,404 345,498 364,593 364,841 397,960 419,238 441,134 447,334 183,663 503,734 520,097 560,325 590,503
119,701 143,400 160,704 173, 555 176,803 1 91,009 206,266 216,679 229,969 236,494 254,;181 266, 675 281,432 290,069 111,207 325,241 335,152 355,057 374, J>32
8,044 15,757 20,394 22,677 24,628 30,477 29,648 29,334 33,248 32,836 39,639 38,920 40,795 37,881 44,30G 45,294 44,180 49,540 53,928
71,903 82,374 90,471 96,215 94,545 98,110 108,753 113,950 116,792 118,278 123,309 129,262 135,589 140,152 L4G, G23 151,295 155,903 1G2 557 168, G32
(
39,754 45,269 49,839 54,663 57,630 62,422 67,865 73,395 79,929 85,380 91,433 98,493 105,048 112,036 120,278 128, C52 135,0G9 142,9G0 152,422

1965

Lino

631 712 681,207

1

401, 356 431,465

2

59,353 66,057
178,877 190,506
163,126 174,812

3
4
5

c

10,576

30,609

33,984

46,014

35,687

54,081

59,340

51,932

52,593

51,724

67,374

70,016

67,850

60,901

75,304

74,826

71,699

83,018

87,140

92,959 106,559

11,610
10,087
2,802
7,285
1,523
1,385
138

24,230
16,986
6,778
10,208
7,244
6,728
516

34,446
23,387
7,499
15,8 88
11, C
59
10,367

41, 306
26, 866
8,815
18,051
14, 44U
13,574
sob

38,762
25,092
8,483
16,609
13,670
12,836
834

47,292
27,903
9,249
18,654
19,389
18,608
781

49,044
31,810
11,159
20,651
17,234
16,423
811

48,799
31,615
11,399
20,216
17,184
16,424
760

52,146
34,155
12,652
21,503
17,991
17,233
758

53,267
33,613
13,061
20,552
19,654
18,951
703

61,421
38,114
14,310
23,804
23,307
22,685
622

65,321
43,714
17,246
26, 468
21, 607
20,925
682

G6,515
46,355
17,980
28,375
20,160
19,498
662

62,392
41,613
16.585
25,028
20,779
20,146
G33

70,547
45,090
16,G61
28,435
25,451
24,806
045

71,257
48,410
18,127
30, 283
22,847
22,233
614

G9, G77
47,032
18,385
28,647
22,645
22,043
602

77,014
51, G67
19,207
32.4G0
25,347
24,753
594

81,274
54,2S4
19,4. fig
34,815
26,990
26,411
579

88,293
60, ?U
21 oil
39. 703
27
27, 017
5G2

97,478
69,679
24,864
44,815
27,799
27,249
550

y
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20

e

-1,034
-595
-439
-613
7,240
7,853
82,281

-462
6,379
1,298
6,350
29 -1,760
7,494 11,529
14,735 19,737
8,208
7,241
27,006 25,106

4, 708 -3,075
2,976 -2,209
1, 732
-866
6,440
6,149
16, 789 15,770
10,349
9,621
31. 553 37,845

6,789
6,000
789
1,779
13,807
12,028
37,900

10,296
9,057
1,239
3,671
18,744
15,073
59,127

3,133
2,146
987
2,226
17,992
15,766
74,661

447 -1,543
1,068 -2,129
586
-621
1,828
386
16,947 17,759
16,561 15,931
81,645 74,795

5,953
5,486
467
2,009
19,804
17,795
74,196

4, 695
5, 075
-3S0
3,967
23, 595
19,628
78, 5S0

1,335 -1,491
801 - 2 , 339
848
534
5,729
2,206
26,481 23,067
20,752 20,861
86,123 91,15S

4,757
4,765
-8
147
23,4S9
23,342
97,005

4, f>fifi
3,5G9
5,86G
G,004
2,022
9,081
3,330
5,081
5,290
1,743
5,2G0
8,146
785
233
714
-594
279
'935
4,046
5,621
5,897
5,130
490
6,957
27,244 28,575 30,278 32,339 36,958 38,993
23,198 22,954 25,148 20,442 28,4G8 32,030
99,621 107,625 117,120 122,481 128,907 136,226

74,179
73,507
672
8,102

17,234
14,738
2,496
9,772

16,515
10,734
5,781
15,038

20,112
13,268
6,844
17,733

18,403
14,091
4,312
19,497

37,652
33,584
4,068
21,475

51,779
45,928
5,851
22,882

57,034
48,664
8,370
24,611

44,090
38,557
5,533
30,106

45,586
40,330
5,256
32,994

49,538
44. 225
5,313
36,585

53,594
45,902
7,692
40,564

53,059
46,049
7,610
43,346

53,531
44,946
8,585
46,090

12,544
9,071
3,473
12,562

47,377
41,198
6,179
27,418

57,408
47,825
9,583
50,217

63,389
51,582
11,807
53,731

G4,244
50,760
13,484
58,240

G5, 182
49, 985
15,197
63, 725

66,827
50,143
1G,CS4
G9,399

7

21
22

23
24

[Billions of dollars]
1950

1952

1951

1954

1953

1955
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I

II

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266.0
181.7
27.4
94.6
59.8
44.0
41.6
24.4
8.4
15.9
17.2
16.4
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2.4
2.2
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3.1
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9.9
37.2

275.4
185.8
27.9
96.2
61.7
50.8
46.0
26.7
8.8
17.9
19.3
18.5
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4.8
4.2
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2.6
13.2
10.6
36.2

293.1
199.4
35.3
100.8
63.4
55.8
50.9
29.8
9.5
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21.1
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4.9
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13.9
13.5
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304.5
197.0
31.4
100.8
64.8
65.8
50.7
30.7
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20.0
19.2
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15.1
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14.1
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318.0
207.5
33.6
107.6
66.3
61.0
50.5
31.0
10.7
20.2
19.5
18.7
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10.5
9.3
1.2

325.8
202.9
28.6
107.0
67.3
64.1
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31.8
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332.8
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339.5
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339.1
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345.6
216.7
27.5
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17.1
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4.3
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357.7
225.0
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364.2
228.4

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58.8
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336.9
209.2
28.3
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48.3
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16.3
15.5
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1.1
16.8
15.7
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367.5
230.1
33.5
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55.4
52.2
33.9
12.6
21.3
18.3
17.6
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16.8
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365.8
231.0
33.4
116.5
81. 1
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52.5
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17.8
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17.2
16.9
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360.8
230.3
32.6
116.3
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52.0
34.4
13.0
21.3
17.6
16.9
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16.9
16.3
82,3

360.7
232.3
32.0
117.4
82.9
48.7
51.2
33.5
13.1
20.4
17.8
17.0
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-2.5
-2.8
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1.1
16.3
15.3
78.6

360.4
234.6
32.5
117.4
84.6
49.7
52.4
33.5
13.0
20.4
18.9
18.2
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-2.7
-3.2
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1.7
18.3
16.6
74.3

364.7
237.3
32.5
118.4
86.3
51.9
54.1
33.8
13.1
20.7
20.3
19.6
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-2.2
-2.8
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1.9
17.6
15.8
73.7

18.4
12.5
5.8
18.8

17.1
12.6
4.4
19.2

17.7
14.2
3.5
19.7

20.5
17.1
3.5
20.2

27.8
24.1
3.8
20.6

34.3
30.4
3.9
21.3

41.8
37.7
4.0
21.8

46.7
42.1
4.6
22.0

47.8
42.5
5.3
22.3

51.1
45.7
5.4
23.0

54.1
47.0
7.1
22.8

57.8
49.5
8.3
24.1

56.5
48.4
8.1
24.8

56.9
47.6
9.4
25.4

52.3
44.4
7.9
26.3

47.4
42.0
5.4
27.0

45.7
39.9
5.8
28.0

1960

28.1
109.0
63.4

28.8
110.8
70.9
54.2
49 0
32.3
11.2
21.1
16.7
15.9
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5.2
4.0
1.2
4.8
20.2
15.4
70.0

55.1
19.7
51.9
LI. 8
20.1
17.8
17.1
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5.4
4.6
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16.8
16.8
r7.6

33.5
117.2
77.8
54.2
51.8
33.6
12.2
21.4
18.2
17.4
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2.4
3.0
-.6
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16.7
16.2
81.0

54.2
18.5
5.6
23.4
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56.9
49.2
7.7
24.1

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503.0
321.1

504.2
325.9
15.3
151.3
129.3
r3.5
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-18.4
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30.6
22.0
21.4

503.3
327.7
43.8
152.5
131.4
67.6
70.0
48.4
18^6
29.8
21.6
21.0

503.6
328.4
41.9
154.1
132.4
64.3
67.7
46.0
18^4
27.6
21.7
21.1

514.9
332.3
43.4
154 7
134.2
70.2

537.7
343.1
46.6
158.7
137.8
77.9
72.5
48.6
18.4
30.3
23.8
23.2

547.8
348.3
48.5
160.2
139.6
80.6
73.9
49.5
18.5
31.0
24.4
23.8

3.1
2.7

—2.4
-2.8

—3 5
-3.7

2.1
1.8

3.8
3.4

5.5
5.3

6.7
6.3

557.2
351.7
48.5
161.6
141.6
82.8
76.7
51.3
19.2
32.1
25.4
24.8
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6.1
5.6

4.3
27.5
23.3
100.4

6.0
28.0
21.9
101.9

6.6
28.6
22.0
104.3

5.6
27.8
22.2
106.7

4.9
28.5
23.6
108.4

5.3
29.4
24.0
111.3

4.6
29.2
24.6
114.4

5.7
30.9
25.2
117.0

564.4
357.2
50.1
163.2
144.0
84.3
79.2
53.1
19.7
33.5
26.0
25.4
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5.2
4.3
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5.3
30.6
25.3
117.4

572.0
363.0

68.1
46.0
18.3
27.7
22.1
21.5

524.2
336.7
44.8
156.1
135.8
74.2
70.4
47.5
18.4
29.0
22.9
22.3

26.1
23.7
97.0

504.7
326.3
46.1
152.0
128.1
76.0
72.1
49.0
17.9
31.2
23.1
22.5
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3.9
3.8
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3.5
27.4
23.9
98.8

52.7
45.0
1 T
7.7
44.3

53.0
44.4
8.6
45.9

53.9
44.6
9.3
46.6

54.6
45.8
8.8
47.3

55.4
46.9
8.4
49.0

57.3
47.7
9.6
49.4

57.8
47.7
10.0
50.6

59.2
48.9
10.3
52.1

61.9
51.1
10.8
52.5

64.0
53.0
10.9
53.1

63.3
51.3
12.0
54.1

i >4.4

45.9
149.4
125.7
82.5
72.6
47.8
18.2
29.6
24.7
24.1
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9.9
10.0
2.4

215-880 O—66

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51.1
165.3
146.7
iM.7
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9.5
33.2
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6.4
5.3
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119.3

>0.9
3.5
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373.4 386.2
241.8 247.7
34.2
37.4
119.8 120.8
89.5
87.7
62.3
56.6
55.4
57.7
34.4
33.8
13.5
13.1
20.9
20.7
21. G 23.3
22.7
20.9
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1.3
4.6
3.8
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1.0
2.7
2.8
19.5
18.7
16.7
16.1
73.4
72.4
44.1
38.5
5.6
28.3

44.0
38.7
5.3
29.4

III

II

IV
1

394.4 402.5 408.8
252.7 256.8 260.4
39.6 41.4 40.1
122.6 123.7 126.1
90.4 91.7 94,2
66.9 69.0 71.3
60.8 63.0 64.2
36.9 39.5 41.7
14.0 14.6 15.2
23.0 24.9 26.5
23.9 23.5 22.5
23.2 22.9 21.9
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6.0
6.1
7.1
6.8
5.5
5.7
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1.6
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1.6
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17.4 18.1 18.9
73.2 74.6 75.5

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3
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6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
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20

44.4
39.2
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44.7
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43.3
38.2
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616.8
391.1
57.6
174.9
158.7
90.2
86.6
58.1
20.3
37.9
28.5
27.9
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3.5
3.6
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9.0
36.4
27.4
126.5

627.7
398.0
59.8
176.5
161.6
91.8
87.6
59.7
20.9
38.8
27.9
27.3
.6
4.2
5.1
.9

644.2
408.8
58.9
182.4
167.5
97.4
90.0
63.3
21.8
41.4
26.7
26.2
.6
7.4
7.9
.5
8.6

672.9
426.8
64.4
189.4
173.0
103.7
96.0
67.9
24.6
43.3
28.1
27.5
.6
7.6
6.7
.9
8.2
40.5
32.3
134.3

1
2

68.0

3
4
5
G

38.1
29.6
129.4

660.8
418.9
65.1
184.5
169.3
103.8
94.4
66.7
23.6
43.1
27.7
27.2
.6
9.5
9.4
.0
6.4
35.1
28.7
131.6

704.4
445.2

7.9
36.0
28.1
130.1

637.9
407.5
61.1
181.7
164.7
92.5
88.9
61.7
21.0
40.7
27.2
26. G
.6
3.6
4.6
1.0
8.4
37.2
28.8
129.5

686.5
435.0
66.7
191.4
176.9
106.7

5.6
32.5
26.9
122.9

605.8
381.5
55. G
169.6
156.3
92.9
84.7
56.8
19.9
36.8
28.0
27.4
.6
8.1
7.0
1.2
7.1
34.3
27.1
124.3

64. 2
51. 0
13. o
58. 7

64.4
50.3
14.1
59.8

66.6
51.6
15.1
63.4

65.1
49.8
15.3
64.4

64.1
48.5
15.6
65.3

64.4
48.2
16.2
67.3

65.6
49.1
16.5
68.7

67.5
50.7
16.8
70.2

I

II

III

577.4
368.2
52.4
167.1
148.7
82.7

594. 7
378.3
54. 5
169. 9
153.9
$8. 0
82.0
55.0
19. 4
35.5
27.1
26.5
.6
6.0
5.3
,7

30.1
25.5
121.9

584.2
372.0
53.2
168.0
150.8
85.1
80.3
53.5
19.7
33.8
26.8
26.2
.6
4.8
4.3
.6
6.2
32.4
26.2
120.9

65.0
51.2
13.8
56.9

63.4
50.5
12.9
57.5

78.1
52.0
18.8
33.2
26.1
25.5
.6
4.7
4.0
.7
4.6

I

1964

1963

1962

1961

IV

64.9
50.1
14.8
61. G

L97.0

180.2
111.9

98.0 101.5
70.2 73.9
24.4 26.8
45.8 47.1
27.8 27.6
27.3 27.0
5
.5
8.7 10.4
7.2
9.0
1.5
14
6.1
7.1
40.1 40.3
33.0 34.2
137.7 141.2

7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17

69.8
52.5
17.3
71.4

21
22
21
24

18
19
20

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES
Table 1.2.—Gross National Product in Constant Dollars: Annually, 1929-65,
(Billions of 1958 dollars]
1930

1929

Lino

1932

1931

1933

1935

1934

1936

1S37

1938

1939

1940

1941

1942

1943

1S44

1945

203.6

183.5

169.3

144.2

141.5

154.3

169.5

193.0

203.2

192.9

209.4

227.2

263.7

297.8

337.1

361.3 355.2

139,6

130.4

126.1

114.8

112.8

118.1

125.5

138.4

143.1

140.2

148.2

155.7

165.4

161.4

165.8

171.4

183.0

Durablo Roods
Nondurable goods

16.3
69.3
54.0

12.9
65.9
51.5

11.2
65.6
49.4

8.4
60.4
45.9

9.4
62.5
46.1

11.7
65.9
47.9

14.5
73.4
50.5

15.1
76.0
52.0

12.2
77.1
50.9

14.5
81.2
52.5

16.7
84.6
54.4

19.1
89.9
56.3

11.7
91.3
58.5

10.2
93.7
61.8

9.4

10.6
104.7
67.7

Services

40.4

27.4

16.8

4.7

8.3
58.6
46.0
5.3

9.4

18.0

24.0

29.9

17.0

24.7

33.0

41.6

21.4

12.7

14.0

19.6

12.1
9.2
3.6
5.6
2.9
2.7
.2

15.6
11.5
4.0
7.5
4.0
3.8
.3

20.9
15.8
5.4
10.3
5.1
4.8
.3

24.5
18.8
7.1
11.8
5.6
5.3
.4

19.4
13.7
5.6
8.1
5.7
5.4
.3

23.5
15.3
5.9
9.4
8.2
7.8
.4

28.1
18.9
6.8
12.1
9.2
8.6
.6

32.0
22.2
8.1
14.2
9.8
9.1
.6

17.3
12.5
4.6
7.9
4.9
4.5
.4

12.9
10.0
2.9
7.2
2.9
2.6
.3

15.9
13.4
3.8
9.6
2.5
2.2
.3

22.6
19.8
5.7
14.1
2.8
2.fi
.2

2.4
1.0
1.4

3.1
4.7
-1.6

5.5
3.7
1.8

1.2
.7
.5

4.9
4.2
.7

9.6
8.6
1.1

4.0
2.1
2.0

-.4
.2

-1.9
-1.4
-.5

-2.9
-2.1

Gross national product
Personal consumption expenditures

Gross private domestic investment
26.5
13.9
12.6
10.4
9.9
.4

Imports
20

28.0
21.7
11.8
9.9
6.3
6.0
.3

19.2
14.1
7.5
6.6
5.1
4.9
.2

10.9
8.2
4.4
3.8
2.7
2.5

9.7
7.6
3.3
4.3
2.1
1.9
.2

3.5
3.6
.0

Fixed investment
Nonresidential--..Structures
.
_
Producers' durablo equipment
Residential structures
Nonfarm
Farm
Change in business inventories
Nonfarm
Farm
..—
N e t exports of goods a n d services
Exports

-'.2

-2.4
-3.9
1.5

-6.2
-7.0
.8

-4.3
-3.8
-.5

-2.7

.3
-3.0

1.5

Government purchases of goo da and servi

.9

.6

.0

8.9
7.9

7.1
6.6

7.1
7.1

25.4

24.2

23.3

4.6
19.6

6.0
17.3

3.5
18.5

Federal
Stato and local

1.3

2.1

.4

-2.1

-5.9

-5.8

-3.8

9.9
8.0

10.0
8.7

11.0
8.9

11.2
10.8

7.8
9.9

6.8
12.6

7.6
13.4

10.2
13.9

31.8

30.8

33.9

35.2

36.4

56.3

117.1

164.4

181.7

156.4

7.9
19.2

8.0
18.6

1.9

9.8
10.5

27.0

26.6

4.3
21.1

-.7

12.2
19.6

11.5
19.4

13.3
20.6

12.5
22.7

15.0
21.4

36.2
20.1

18.3

147.8
16.6

165.4
16.3

139.7
16.7

7.3
7.1

24.3

4.0
20.2

.2

8.2
9.3

.3

10.4
9.0

22.0

-

1.4

11.8
10.3

-2.4
-2.6

-1.2

7.7
8.7

1950

1949

1948

1947

97.3
64.7

Lino

in

II

Gross national product

II

IV

III

II

IV

III

IV

348.5

362.8

370.1

238.8

232.1

31.7
112.6
79.2

32.1
113.9
81.6

40.0
116.0
82.7

35.1
113.5
83.6

46.0

59.1

66.3

70.8

81.0

51.1
33.4
11.6
21.8
17.7
16.7
1.0

52.5
32.7
11.3
21.4
19.8
18.7
1.0

55.6
33.6
11.9
21.7
22.0
21.0
1.0

60.2
36.5
12.3
24.2
23.7
22.8
1.0

64.8
39.9
13.0
26.9
24.8
23.9
.9

63.4
40.0
13.6
26.4
23.5
22.6
.9

-6.3
-5.2
-1.0

-2.5
-1.5
-1.0

-6.5
-6.0
-.5

3.5
3.2
.3

6.0
5.4
.6

6.0
5.0
1.0

17.6
16.4
1.1

7.5

6.5

3.8

3.6

3.4

1.5

2.3

16.8
14.5

309.0

309.6

314.5

317.1

322.9

325.8

328.7

324.5

322.5

326.1

323.3

203.4

207.0

207.4

207.3

208.5

210.7

211.1

212.8

213.2

216.3

216.8

219.7

Durable goods
Nondurable goods
_..
Services
Gross private domestic investment..

23.6
107.0
72.8

24.3
108.9
73.7

24.5

109.3
73.6

26.2
107.9
73.3

26.1
107.9
74.6

26.2
109.0
75.5

26.6
108.1
76.4

26.2
109.7
76.9

25.7
110.3
77.2

28.0
110.5
77.7

29.4
109.8
77.6

30.5
111.4
77.9

51.3

48.9

48.6

57.1

59.8

60.9

61.3

59.7

52.3

45.0

48.6

Fixed investment
Nonresidential
Structures
Producers' durable equipment
Residential structures
Nonfarm
Farm
_

£1.2
36.9
11.8
25.1
14.3
13.4

49.7
36.2
11.6
24.5
13.5
12.7

50.9
35.4
11.7
23.8
15.5
14.6

54.9
36.5
11.4
25.0
18.4
17.5

56.4
38.5
11.7
26.8
17.9
17.0
1.0

56.2
37.5
12.2
25.3
18.7
17.7
1.0

55.6
37.6
12.6
24.9
18.0
17.0
1.0

55.3
38.5
12.8
25.8
16.8
15.7
1.0

52.7
36.7
12.5
24.2
16.0
15.0
1.0

51.3
35.1
12.2
22.9
16.2
15.2
1.0

.1
1.1
-1.0

-.8
1.6
-2.3

2.2
3.1

3.4
2.8
.5

17
3.5
1.2

5.8
4.6
1.2

4.4
3.5

-.5
.0
-.5
7.8

Net exports of goods a n d services..

-.2
-2.2

13.1

Federal
State and local.

13.3

13.0

9.7

7.7

5.8

5.6

5.5

23.7
10.4

22.9
9.9

20.5
10.8

19.3
11.6

17.7
11.9

18.0
12.4

17.4
12.0

19.4
11.6

19.3
11.8

18.1
11.5

15.7
11.9

15.7
12.1

16.1
12.7

16.5
14.9

3S.6

39.8

40.7

40.3

41.1

45.5

47.8

50.7

51.3

53.8

54.2

53.8

53.4

51.3

51.7

54.8

18.8
19.8

Government purchases of goods and services.

19.4
20.4

19.4
21.2

18.8
21.5

19.3
21.8

23.0
22.5

25.0
22.8

27.3
23.3

24.4

28.2
25.6

28.1
26.1

27.1
26.7

26.2
27.2

23.8
27.5

24.0
27.7

27.0
27.7

in

IV

1956

Line

1957

II

Fixed investment
Nonresidential
Structures
._
Producers* durable equipment
Residential structures
Nonfarm
Farm
Change in business inventories..
Nonfarm
Farm
Net exports of goods and services.

Exports. .
Imports..
20

Government purchases of foods and services.
Federal
State and local.

444.5

450.3

280.3

280.8

284.7

41.3
136.2
102,3

41.0
135.8
103.4

40.2
135.9
104.7

41.6
136,9
106.2

75.5

_.

445.6

279.8

.„

III

443.6

Gross national product
Personal consumption expenditures
Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Services
Gross private domestic investment..

74.5

74.0

73.3

70.5

1959

1958

II

III

rv

453.4

453.2

455.2

448.2

437.5

286.6

287.0

289.3

289.7

42.5
137.4
106.7

41.5
138,0
107.5

41.0
140.1
108.2

69.9

70.9

67.5
47.3
18.4
28.9
20.2
19.5
.7

67.9
48.0
18.2
29.8
19.9
19.2
.7

66.4
46.4
17.9
28.5
20.0
19.3

63.1
43.3
17.3
26.0
19.8
19.2

61.0
41.3
16.7
24.6
19.7
19.0
.6

61.3
40.5
16.2
24.3
20.8
20.1

64.2
41.4
16.1
25.2
22.8
22.2
.6

67.1
42.2
15.7
26.5
24.8
24.2

IV

in

IV

439.5

450.7

461.6

468.6

479.9

475.0

480.4

285.6

287.5

291.9

295.2

302,3

307.0

309.9

310.0

40.9
139.4
109.5

38.1
137.8
109.8

37.0
138.8
111.7

37.7
141.2
113.1

38.8
142.8
113.6

42.2
145.1
114.9

44.3
146.5
116.2

45.1
147.3
117.5

43.2
148.4
118.4

64.0

57.5

56.0

61.6

68.5

70.9

78.5

70.2

75.0

44.3
16.2
28.1
25.4
24.7
.6

69.7
45.1
16.6
28.4
24.7
24.1
.6

II

II

68.8
44.9
16.4

46.5
17.7
28.8
22.9
22.2
.7

47.3
18.6
28.7
22.6
21.9
.7

48.0
18.8
29.2
21.9
21.2
.7

47.5
18.8
28.7
21.4
20.7
.7

68.4
47.7
18.5
29.2
20.7
20.1
.7

6,2
6.9
-.8

4.6
5.8
-1.2

4.1
4.6
-.5

4.4
4.3
.2

2.1
2.0
.1

2.4
2.1
.3

3.0
2.4
.6

-2.5
-3.5
1.0

-5.6
-6,5
.9

-5.0
-5.8
.8

.3
-.6
.8

4.3
3.5

3.8
3.7

.5
.5
-.1

6.2

.1

8.9
8.9
.0

3.2

5.0

5.3

6.7

7.3

7.0

6.0

4.6

2.5

2.5

2,4

1.3

-.1

-.7

.6

1.2

22.3
19.2

23.9
18.9

25.0
19.6

25.6
18.9

27.2
19.9

2a 9
19.9

25.9
19.9

22.6
2a 1

23.1
20.5

23.2
2a 8

23.4
22.0

22,5
22.6

23.0
23.7

24.8
24.2

24.7
23.4

85.2

85.8

84.3

85.7

89.0

89.4

89.1

24.7
2a i
89.9

91.8

93.6

94.8

96.5

95.5

95.1

94.3

94.2

5a o
35.2

5a 3

48.7
35.6

49.8
35.8

52.1
36.9

52.2
37.2

51.3
37.8

51.3
38.5

52.2
39.6

53.4

53.9
40.9

55.0
4L5

53.5
42.1

52.6
42.5

51.9
42,3

51.9
42.3

35.5

NOTE.—Implicit price deflators are shown in table 8.1, pages 158-159.




339.6

23.3
10.2

Exports..
Imports..
20

-2.3

IV

227.6

306.4

Personal consumption expenditures

Change in business inventories..
Nonfarm
Farm
..

III

II

SS
»;

5

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES
and Seasonally Adjusted Quarterly Totals at Annual Kates, 1947-65
[Billions of 1958 dollars]
1946

1947

1948

1949

1950

1951

1952

312.6

309.9

323.7

324.1

355.3

383.4

395.1

412.8

407.0

438.0

446.1

452.5

447.3

475.9

487.7

497.2

529.8

551.0

5S0.0

614.4

203.5

206.3

210.8

216.5

230.5

232.8

239.4

250.8

255.7

274.2

281.4

288.2

290.1

307.3

316.1

322.5

338.4

353.3

373.8

396.2

20.5
110.8
72.1

24.7
108.3
73.4

26.3
108.7
75.8

28.4
110.5
77.6

34.7
114.0
81.8

31.5
116.5
84.8

30.8
120.8
87.8

35.3
124.4
91.1

35.4
125.5
94.8

43.2
131.7
99.3

41.0
136.2
104.1

41.5
138.7
108.0

37.9
140.2
112.0

43.7
146.8
116.8

44.9
149.6
121.6

43.9
153.0
125.6

49.2
158.2
131.1

53.7
162.2
137.4

50.1
170.5
144.2

66.4
178.2
151.6

1953

1954

1955

1956

1957

1953

1959

1960

1961

1902

1963

1904

1965

Line

52.3

51.5

60.4

48.0

69.3

70.0

60.5

61.2

59.4

75.4

74.3

68.8

60.9

73.6

72.4

69.0

79.4

82.5

86.5

97.8

42.3
30.2
12.5
17.7
12.1
11.3
.8

51.7
36.2
11.6
24.6
15.4
14.5
.9

55.9
38.0
12.3
25.7
17.9
16.9
1.0

51.9
34.5
11.9
22.6
17.4
16.4
1.0

61.0
37.5
12.7
24.8
23.5
22.6
.9

59.0
39.6
14.1
25.5
19.5
18.6
.9

57.2
38.3
13.7
24.6
18.9
18.1
.9

60.2
40.7
14.9
25.8
19.6
18.8
.8

61.4
39.6
15.2
24.5
21.7
21.0
.8

69.0
43.9
16.2
27.7
25.1
24.4

69.5
47.3
18.5
28.8
22.2
21.5
.7

67,6
47.4
18.2
29.1
20.2
19.5
.7

62.4
41.6
16.6
25.0
20.8
20.1
.6

68.8
44.1
16.2
27.9
24.7
24.1
.6

6S.9
47.1
17.4
29.6
21.9
21.3
.6

67.0
45.5
17.4
28.1
21.6
21.0
.6

73.4
49.7
17.9
31.7
23.8
23.2
.6

76.7
51.9
17.9
34.0
24.8
24.2
.5

81.9
57.4
18.9
38.5
24.0
24.0
.5

89.0
64.9
21.7
43.2
24.1
23.6
.5

7
8
9
10
11
12
13

10.0
10.2
-.2

-.2
1.4
-1.6

4.6
3.6
1.0

-3.9
-3.2
-.8

8.3
7.5
.8

10.9
9.9
1.0

3.3
2.5
.7

.9
1.4
-.4

-2.0
-2.6
.5

6.4
6.0
.4

4.8
5.4
-.6

1.2
.7
.5

-1.5
-2.3
.8

4.8
4.8
.0

3.5
3.2
.2

2.0
1.8
.2

6.0
5.2
.7

5.8
5.1
.8

4.6
5.2
-.6

8.8
8.0
.9

14
15
16

8.4

12.3

6.1

6.4

2.7

5.3

3.0

1.1

3.0

3.2

5.0

6.2

2.2

.3

4.3

5.1

4.5

5.6

8.5

6.3

19.6
11.2

22.6
10.3

18.1
12.0

18.1
11.7

16.3
13.6

19.3
14.1

18.2
15.2

17.8
16.7

18.8
15.8

20.9
17.7

24.2
19.1

26.2
19.9

23.1
20.9

23.8
23.5

27.3
23.0

28.0
22.9

30.0
25.5

32.1
26.6

36.4
28.0

37.3
31.0

18
19

48.4

39.9

46.3

53.3

52.8

75.4

92,1

99.8

88.9

85.2

85.3

89.3

94.2

94.7

94.9

100.5

107.5

109.6

111. 3

114.1

20

30.1

19.1
20.8

23.7
22.7

27.6

25.3
27.5

47.4
27.9

63.8
28.4

70.0
29.7

56.8
32.1

50.7
34.4

49.7
35.6

51.7
37.6

53.6
40.6

52.5
42.2

51.4
43.5

54.6
45.9

60.0
47.5

59.6
50.1

57.8
53.4

57.8
66.3

21
22

18.4

25.7

1951

1952

1953

1954

1955
Line

II

III

IV

II

III

IV

II

III

IV

II

III

IV

II

IV

in

374.8

381.5

388.7

388.7

391.4

389.6

393.9

405.3

412.1

416.4

413.7

408.8

402.9

402.1

407.2

415.7

428.0

435.4

442.1

446.4

236.0

230.0

232.0

233.3

233.7

238.1

239.1

246.8

250.1

251.5

251.1

250.4

250.8

253.3

256.9

261.9

267.6

273.0

276.3

279.9

35.6
116.2
84.3

30.7
114.7
84.6

29.9
117.0
85.2

29.7
118.3
85.3

30.0
117.5
86.2

30.7
120.2
87.2

•28.8
122.0
88.3

33.6
123.6
89.6

35.3
124.5
90.3

35.3
125.0
91.3

35.2
124.1
91.8

35.3
123.9
91.2

33.9
124.6
92.4

34.9
124.1
94.3

35.3
125.7
95.9

37.3
127.8
96.8

40.7
128.8
98.1

43.4
131.0
98.6

44.8
132.1
99.4

43.7
134.9
101.2

71.7

75.1

70.0

63.0

63.8

56.0

58.6

63.6

63.4

64.2

61.5

55.7

56.3

57.0

59.8

64.3

70.8

75.5

76.9

78.5

61.0
38.8
13.8
25.0
22.2
21.3

59.1
39.8
14.4
25.4
19.3
18.4

58.4
40.3
14.4
26.0
18.1
17.2
.9

57.7
39.4
13.7
25.7
18.2
17.4

58.1
39.5
13.6
26.0
18.6
17.7

58.5
39.6
13.6
26.1
18.9
18.0
.9

54.4
35.7
13.6
22.1
18.7
17.8
.9

57.9
38.4
14.0
24.3
19.5
18.7
.9

40.4
14.5
25.9
19.9
19.0
.8

60.3
40.4
14.9
25.5
19.9
19.1
.8

60.3
41.1
15.0
26.1
19.3
18.5
.8

59.9
40.7
15.2
25.6
19.2
18.4
.8

59.2
39.5
15.3
24.2
19.7
18.9
.8

60.6
39.5
15.2
24.3
21.1
20.3

62.3
39.9
15.1
24.8
22.4
21.7
.8

63.4
39.6
15.1
24.6
23.8
23.1
.7

65.8
40.2
15.6
24.7
25.6
24.9
.7

68.8
43.0
15.9
27.1
25.8
25.1

70.5
45.4
16.5
28.9
25.1
24.4
.7

71.0
47.1
17.0
30.1
23.9
23.2
.6

7
8
9
10
11
12
13

10.7
9.7
1.0

16.0
15.1
.9

11.6
10.6
1.0

5.4
4.3
1.0

5.7
4.8
.9

-2.5
-3.2
.8

4.2
3.5
.7

5.7
5.1

3.1
3.5
-.4

3.8
4.4

1.2
1.7

-4.3
-4.1

-2.9
-3.1
.2

-3.6
-4.0
.4

-2.5
-3,1

.9
-.1
1.0

5.0
4.3
.7

6.7
6,4
.3

6.4
5.9
.4

7.6
7.3
.3

14
15
16

6.8

6.0

3.8

1.6

1.0

.8

1.1

1.5

1.8

3.0

3.3

4.0

4.1

2.7

3.1

2.8

17.3
16.7

17.3
16.3

17.8
17.0

18.2
17.0

18.0
16.5

17.2
15.5

19.3
16.3

18.9
15.5

19.9
15.9

20.7
16.5

20.1
17.4

21.2
18.1

21.5
18.7

18
19

2.7

4.8

6.8

17.3
14.6

19.0
14.3

20.3
13.5

20.6
13.8

20.4
14.4

18.2
14.4

16.9
15.3

64,4

71.7

79.9

85.6

87.8

91.7

94.6

94.4

97.7

99.9

100.0

101.3

94.1

88.8

87.2

85.4

85.5

84.2

S5.8

85.1

20

36.6
27.7

43.9
27.8

51.8
28.0

57.5
28.1

59.8
28.1

63.1
28.6

66.6
28.0

65.6
28.8

68.4
29.2

70.7
29.1

70.0
29.9

70.8
30.5

616
31.4

57.1
31.6

54.6
32.6

52.7
32.7

51.5
34,0

49.9
34.4

51.3
34.5

50.3
34.8

21
22

1960

1964

1963

1962

1961

1965
Line

IV

III

IV

II

II

III

IV

490.2

489.7

487.3

483.7

313.8

317.7

316.4

316.4

316.2

320.4

323.9

329.5

45.4
148.8
119.6

45.6
150.6
121.4

45.0
149.4
122.0

43.5
149.5
123.3

41.7
150.8
123.7

43.2
152.2
124.9

44.5
153.2
126.1

46.3
155.6
127.5

79.9

73.5

71.0

65.2

62.4

67.8

71.2

74.7

77.2

70.2
46.6
17.6
29.0
23.7
23.1

69.7
47.6
17.2
30.5
22.0
21.5

68.1
47.0
17.1
29.9
21.0
20.5

67.8
47.0
17.8
29.2
20.7
20.2
.6

65.8
44.9
17.6
27.3
20.9
20.3

65.7
44.6
17.4
27.2
21.1
20.5

67.4
45.7
17.4
28.3
21.6
21.1
.6

69.2
46.6
17.3
29.4
22.6
22.0

70.7
47.6
17.3
30.3
23.1
22.5

3.8
3.6
.2

3.0
2.6
.4

-2.6
-3.0
.4

-3.4
-3.6
.2

2.1
1.8
.2

3.8
3.5

5.5
5.3

6.5
6.0

5.9
5.3
.5

6.4

5.0

4.4

4.7

3.5

5.2

4.9

4.4

3.9

5.7

5.5

7.1

9.2

8.2

8.4

8.0

5.7

2S.5
25.0

30.7
25.5

30.5
25.6

30.3
25.9

29.8
25.9

32.2
26.5

32.5
26.9

34.1
27.0

36.1
26.9

35.7
27.5

36.7
28.3

37.1
29.0

33.4
27.7

II
482.6

III

IV

492.8

501.5

511.7

II

III

II

IV

III

IV

527.7

533.4

538.3

541.2

546.0

554.7

562.1

569.7

578.1

585.0

587.2

600.3

607.8 618.2 631.2

333.3

335.7

340.1

344.6

348.5

350.9

356.1

357.7

365.7

371.0

379.5

378.9

387.1

392.2 398.9 406.5

48.1
156.4
128.8

48.1
157.6
130.1

49.7
158.7
131.8

50.8
160.0
133.8

52.2
161.3
135.0

53.0
161.7
136.2

54.4
163.3
138.4

55.3
162.4
140.0

57.2
167.2
141.2

69.5
168.4
143.1

60.9
173.3
145.3

58.8
173.1
146.9

64.8
174.2
148.1

64.2 67.2 69.2
177.6 178.5 182.5
150.4 153.1 154.8

79.0

80.6

80.7

78.7

80.6

83.1

87.7

84.6

85.6

85.7

90.2

95.9

95.3

97.9 102.2

73.1
49.3
18.0
31.3
23.8
23.3

75.3
51.1
18.3
32.8
24.2
23.7

74.5
50.7
18.1
32.6
23.8
23.3

74.1
49.8
17.3
32.5
24.3
23.7
.5

75.9
51.1
18.1
33.1
24.7
24,2
.5

77.2
52.5
17.8
34.7
24.7
24.2
.5

79.7
54.3
18.3
35.9
25.4
24.9
.5

81.2
65.5
18.7
36.7
25.7
25.2
.5

81.6
56.6
18.9
37.7
24.9
24.4
.5

82.2
58.2
18.7
39.5
24.1
23.5
.5

82.8
59.2
19.2
40.0
23.6
23.1
.5

86.6
62.3
20.7
41.5
24.4
23.8
.5

88.0
63.4
21.7
41.7
24.5
24.0
.5

89.4
65.5
21.3
44.2
23.9
23.4
.5

91.9
6S.4
23.2
45.2
23.5
23.0
.5

9
10
11
12
13

5.3
4.4

6.2
5.1
1.1

4.6
3.9
.7

4.8
4.2
.5

5.9
5.3

8.1
6.9
1.2

3.5
3.5
.0

4.0
4.9

3.5
4.5
-1.0

7.4
7.9

9.3
9.3
.0

7.3
6.5
.8

8.5
7.1
1.4

10.2
8.9
1.3

14
15
16

6.4

6.0

38.7
31.6

38.4
31.9

38.7
32.8

18
19

113.2 115.0 116.6

20

58.3
66.7

21
22

519.5

2.6

3.9

4,5

6.2

26.2
23.5

27.5
23.6

27.4
22,9

28.0
21.8

28.3
21.9

27.2
22.1

28.0
23.6

28.6
23.9

93.9

94.7

95.4

95.9

97.6

99.5

102.0

102.9

105.5

107.8

107.8

108.5

110.2

108.7

110.0

109.5

110.3

113.3

111.3

110.1

111.5

51.2
42.6

51.0
43.7

51.8
43.6

51.8
44.1

52.2
45.4

54.2
45.3

55.9
46.1

55.9
47.0

58.6
46.9

60.7
47.1

60.2
47.6

60.6
48.0

60.8
49.4

69.0
49.7

50.4

68.7
50.9

58.2
52.0

59.7
53.6

57.4
63.9

66.1
54.0

56.2
65.3




III

57.3
55.9

57.3

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES
Table 1.3.—Gross National Product by Major Type of Product: Annually,
[Billions of dollars]
1937 I 1938 I 1939

1929 | 1930 | 1931 | 1932 | 1933 | 1934 I 1935

Lino

1941 I 1942

1940

1943

1944

103.1

90.4

75.8

58.0

55.6

65.1

72.2

82.5

90.4

84.7

90.5

99.7

124.5

157.9

191.6

210.1

Final sales
Change in business inventories
Goods output..
Final sales
Chango in business inventories
Durable goods
_.
Final sales
Change in business inventories..

101.4
1.7

90.7
-.4

77.0
-1.1

60.5
-2.5

57.2
-1.6

65.8
-.7

71.2
1.1

81.2
1.3

87.9
2.5

85.6
-.9

90.1
.4

97.5
2.2

120.1
4.5

156.2
1.8

192.2

211.1
-1.0

56.1
54.3

37.4
38.6
-1.1

26.7
29.2
-2.5

27.0
28.6
-1.6

34.4
35.1
-.7

39.9
38.8
1.1

45.8
44.5
1.3

51.5
48.9
2.5

45.3
46.2
-.9

49.0
48.6

56.0
53.8
2.2

72.5
68.0
4.5

93.6
91.9
1.8

120.4
121.0

1.7

46.9
47.3
-.4

132.3
133.3
-1.0

17.5
16.1
1.4

11.4
12.5
-1.0

7.7
9.0
-1.2

3.6
5.7
-2.0

4.9
5.4
-.5

7.4
7.3
.1

9.3
8.9

12.2
11.2
.9

13.9
13.1

12.7
12.4

16.6
15.4
1.2

26.8
23.8
3.0

35.5
34.5
1.0

54.2
54.2
.0

57.9
58.5
-.6

Nondurable goods
_
Final sales
Chango in business inventories..

38.5
38.2

29.6
.1

29.7

23.1
23.6
-.4

22.1
23.2
-1.1

27.0
27.8
-.9

30.6
29.9

33.6
33.3

37.6
35.8

36.3
36.2

39.3
38.4

45.6
44.2

58.1
57.4

66.2
66.8

74.4
74.8
-.3

31.7

27.5

25.7

27.1

62.5

71.8

8.7

6.1

Gross national product

.3

35.6

Structures.

34.2

11.4

Services

35.5
34.8
.7
9.2

6.7

3.5

2.9

3.8

.7
28.3

31.0
5.6

35.4
35.4
.0

1.0

1.4

.7

35.4

40.3

50.3

7.5

6.2

8.3

11.8

14.0

1949

1948

1947

.1
34.0

33.2

6.7

4.0

Addendum: Gross auto product.

1.8
32.3

10.8
-.9

1950

Line
III

III

IV

III

II

IV

II

IV

III

IV

Gross national product.

223.6

227.6

231.8

242.1

248.0

255.6

262.5

258.5

255.2

257.1

255.0

266.0

275.4

293.1

304.5

Final sales__
.........
Change in business inventories..
Goods output
Final sales
Change in business inventories..

223.1
.4

228.6
-1.0

234.6
-2.7

240.7
1.4

244.8
3.3

250.4
5.1

256.4
6.1

259.6
4.3

258.5
.0

260.5
-5.3

258.8
-1.7

260.2
-5.3

263.6
2.4

270.6
4.8

288.2
4.9

289.4
15.1

135.1
134.6
.4

137.8
138.8
-1.0

139.6
142.4
-2.7

146.1
144.7
1.4

149.8
146.5
3.3

153.1
148.0
5.1

157.1

156.6
152.3
4.3

151.5

147.3

151.0
6.1

151.6
.0

152.6
-5.3

147.6
149.4
-1.7

143.3
148.6
-5.3

150.6
148.1
2.4

155.6
150.8
4.8

167.7
162.8
4.9

175.8
160.7
15.1

Durable goods
Final sales
__
Change in business inventories..

44.3
42.4
1.9

45.8
44.2
1.6

47.7
44.5
3.2

46.1
45.9
.1

47.9
47.6
.4

47.3
46.7
.5

49.5
48.6
1.0

50.1
49.0
1.1

49.5
49.0
.5

46.4
50.7
-4.3

50.1
50.1
-.1

45.1
49.7
-4.6

49.7
50.4
-.7

56.3
52.6
3.6

65.2
62.7
2.5

70.5
59.6
10.8

Nondurable goods
Final sales
_._
Change in business inventories..

90.8
92.2
-1.4

92.1
94.6
-2.6

91.9
97.8
-6.0

100.1
98.8

101.9
99.0
2.9

105.9
101.3

107.5
102.4

106.6
103.4

102.1
102.6
-.5

100.8
101.9
-1.0

97.5
99.2
-1.7

98.2
98.9
-.7

100.9
97.8
3.1

99.4
98.2

102.5
100.1

105.3
101.1

69.4

70.4

70.3

79.7

80.6

81.2

81.7

83.5

Services

19.1

Addendum: Gross auto product.

19.4

21.9

6.7

Structures

7.2

6.8

4.6

25.7

25.1

8.5

8.2

79.2

28.7

28.1

8.9

27,2

27.4

28.3

30.0

31.9

10.1

12.6

13.6

11.4

13.4

1957
III

IV

4.3
91.2

37.4

37.6

17.1

16.1

III

IV

1959

1958
III

II

2.4
88.1

34.6

10.0

1956

Line

1.2
85.2
15.1

3.2

76.7

27.9

72.5

5.1

74.6
7.7

1.3
70.9

IV

II

III

IV

II

Gross national product

410.6

416.2

420.6

429.5

436.9

439.9

446.3

441.5

434.7

438.3

451.4

464.4

474.0

486.9

484.0

490.5

Final sales
Change in business inventories.
Goods output
Final sales
Change in business inventories.

404.5
6.0

411.9
4.3

416.5
4.1

425.1
4.3

434.8
2.1

437.5
2.3

443.1
3.'2

443.8
-2.2

440.1
-5.4

443.4
-5.1

451.3
.1

460.3
4.1

470.1
3.9

477.8
9.1

483.6
.4

484.1
6.3

222.4
216.4
6.0

223.9
219.6
4.3

225.0
220.9
4.1

230.3
226.0
4.3

234.6
232.5
2.1

234.4
232.1
2.3

238.2
235.0
3.2

231.4
233.7
-2.2

224.4
229.8
-5.4

224.6
229.7
-5.1

233.1
233.1
.1

236.8
4.1

240.9

244.6
240.7
3.9

253.2
244.1
9.1

247.4
247.0

252.1
245.7
6.3

Durable goods
Final sales
Change in business inventories.

89.4
84.4
5.1

89.3
86.8
2.4

88.5
87.7

94.1
91.1
3.0

95.0
93.7

95.1
92.8
2.3

97.0
93.6
3.4

90.5
92.4
-1.9

81.0
87.1
-6.1

79.4
84.9
-5.5

84.6
85.7
-1.1

89.4

1.4

88.0

1.5

94.4
91.6
2.8

100.4
94.2
6.3

93.3
95.0
-1.7

94.7
92.2
2.5

Nondurable goods
Final sales
Change in business inventories.

133.0
132.0

134.6
132.7

136.5
133.2

136.2
134.9

139.5
138.8

139.3
139.3

140.9
141.3

150.2
149.2

152.7
149.9

154.1
151.9

157.3
153.5

3.3

1.3

.7

.0

145.2
144.7
.4

151.5
148.8

1.9

143.4
142.7
.7

148.5
147.4

1.0

141.2
141.4
-.2

158.6

162.5

1.2

2.6

1.0

2.8

2.1

51.7

51.3

Services
Structures

_

137.9

Addendum: Gross auto product...

140.7

143.4

147.1

150.1

153.3

50.2

--

51.6

52.2

52.0

52.2

52.2

16.4

15.5

18.2

20.3

155.8

19.7

17.4

52.3
20.9

-.3
52.3

14.3

13.8

17.1

165.3

167.3

170.9

174.3

178.0

52.9

56.2

58.5

59.4

58.7

13.2

157.8

16.8

19.6

21.2

20.1

3.8
181.8
56,6
15.6

Table 1.4.^Gross National Product by Major Type
[Billions of dollars]
Line

1947 | 1948 | 1949 | 1950 | 1951 j 1952 | 1953 | 1954 | 1955 | 1956 | 1957 | 1958 | 1959 | 1960 | 1961 | 1962 I 1063 I 1964 I 1965

Gross national product

231.3

257.6

256.5

284.8

328.4

345.5

364.6

364.8

398.0

419.2

441.1

447.3

483.7

503.7

520.1

560.3

590.5

631.7

681.2

46.0
20.4

48.7

47. S
24.6

60.4
30.5

74.6
29.3

79.4
33.2

72.1
32.8

85.7
39.6

90.3
38.9

95.6
44.3

99.5
45.3

96.5
44.2

16.6
5.1
3.6
-2.1

18.7
5.5
1.8
4.1

20.2
21.5
2.4

21.5
21.4
2.4

20.6
18.1
3.1
-2.5

23.8
16.0
3.2
3.0

26.5
18.1
4.0
2.8

25.0
19.9
3.6
-2.8

28.4
18.8
1.7
2.3

30.3
18.0
3.8
2.1

28.6
19.3
4.4
-.1

109.0
49.5
32.5
20.3
4.0
2.8

116.1
53.9

18.1
3.4
3.8
.7

94.4
40.8
28.4
18.9
5.0
1.3

83.6
37.9

15.9
1.9
6.1
1.7

73.7
29.6
20.7
14.1
2.4
6.9

125.5
59.4
39.7
18.5
4.7
3.3

138.5
66.1
44.8
17.4
3.9
6.3

Nondurable goods
93.7
Personal consumption expend- 90.5
itures.
Government purchases..
1.4
NTet exports
4.0
Change in business inventories. - 2 . 2

105.5
96.2

99.7
94.5

102.0
98.1

116.0
108.8

121.0

160.1
151.3

165.8
155.9

6.0
-.3
1.3

5.3
-.8
2.4

6.4
.9
1.5

6.7
1.0
2.1

175.5
162.6
9.2
.5
3.2

182.5
168.6

3.4
.5
3.4

140.2
135.6
3.5
1.1
.0

153.6
146.6

1.9
-.8
2.7

135.1
129.3
3.4
.5
1.9

147.2
140.2

4.4
1.7
-1.0

125.0
118.3
6.4
-.6
1.0

130.7
123.3

3.5
1.8
4.0

124.8
116.8
9.5
-1.1
-.5

192.7
178.9
10.5
2.0
1.4

Si
i

Durable goods
Personal consumption expenditures.
Producers' durable equipment.
Government purchases
_
Xet exports
Change in business inventories




1.1

114.0
5.0
X0

4.9
-.5
2.9

34.8
20.8
3.8
2.8

9.5
1.3
3.1

2.7

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES
1929-65, and Seasonally Adjusted Quarterly Totals at Annual Kates, 1947*^5
[Billions of dollars]
1948

1949

1950

231.3

257.6

256.5

231.8
-.5

252.9
4.7

259.6
-3.1

124.9
118.5
6.4

139.7
140.1
-.5

154.2
149.4
4.7

48.9
50.2
-1.3

36.9
31.6
5.3

46.0
44.3
1.7

80.0
79.7
.2

88.0
86.9
1.1

93.7
95,9
-2.2

76.5

68.0

70.2

75.7

6.5

15.6

21.4

27.7

7.2

8.8

11.9

1946

1947

211.9

208.5

213.0
-1.0

202.1
6.4

128.9
129.9
-1.0

1945

1951

1952

284.8

328.4

278.0
6.8

318.1
10.3

147.5
150.5
-3.1

162.4
155.6
6.8

48.7
48.0
.7

47.8
49.9
-2.1

105.5
101.5
4.0

99.7
100.6
-1.0

1953

1954

1955

345.5

364.6

364.8

398.0

419.2

342.4
3.1

364.1
.4

366.4
-1.5

392.0
6.0

414.5
4.7

189.7
179.4
10.3

195.6
192.5
3.1

204.1
203.7
.4

197.1
198.6
-1.5

216.4
210.4
6.0

225.4
220.7
4.7

60.4
56.3
4.1

73.7
66.8
6.9

74.6
73.5
1.1

79.4
78.5
.9

72.1
74.6
-2.5

85.7
82.7
3.0

102.0
99.3
2.7

116.0
112.6
3.4

121.0
119.1
2.0

124.8
125.2
-.5

125.0
124.1
1.0

80.8

87.0

101.2

110.8

118.8

28.3

35.4

37.5

39.1

41.7

15.4

13.5

12.0

16.3

1951

1956

1957

1958

1959

19G0

1961

1962

1963

441.1

447.3

483.7

503.7

520.1

560.3

430.8
1.3

448.8
-1.5

478.9
4.8

500.2
3.0

518.1
2.0

554.3
6.0

234.6
233.3
1.3

230.8
232.3
-1.5

249.1
244.4
4.8

259. C
256.0
3.G

262.3
200.2
2.0

90.3
87.5
2.8

94.4
93.1
1.3

83.6
86.4
-2.8

95.6
93.2
2.3

99.5
97.4
2.1

130.7
127.7
2.9

135.1
133.2
1.9

140.2
140.2
.0

147.2
145.9
1.3

153.6
151.1
2.4

123.5

132.6

142.3

154.2

163.4

44.2

49.0

51.5

52.3

53.1

14.6

21.2

16.9

19.5

14.5

1952

1065

590.5

631.7

681.2

1

584.6
5.9

627.0
4.7

672.1
9.1

2
3

281.5
278.5
6.0

298.6
292.7
5.9

318.2
313.6
4.7

344.7
335.7
0.1

4
S
fi

06.5
90.0
-.1

109.0
106.2
2.8

116.1
113.3
2.8

125.5
122.2
3.3

138.5
132.2
C.3

7
8
9

160.1
158.6
1.5

165.8
163.7
2.1

175.5
172.2
3.2

182.5
179.4
3.1

192.7
191.3
1.4

20G.3
203.5
2.7

10
11
12

176.2

187.3

199.5

213.3

226.2

214.5

262.0

13

58.3

5G.8

58.3

62.6

65.7

68.9

74.5

14

19.1

1953

1964

21.4

17.9

22.5

25.1

25.8

31.4

15

1954

Line

1955
Line

ir

I

IV

III

IV

III

II

I

II

I

I

IV

III

II

IV

III

II

I

IV

III

318.0

325.8

332.8

336.9

339.5

339.1

345.6

357.7

364.2

367.5

365.8

360.8

360.7

360.4

364.7

373.4

386.2

394.4

402.5

408.8

1

307.5
10.5

310.6
15.2

322.5
10.4

331.8
5.1

334.3
5.2

341.5
-2.3

341.4
4.3

352.3
5.4

361.7
2.4

364.4
3.2

365.1
.7

365.3
-4.5

363.2
-2.5

363.1
-2.7

366.9
-2.2

372.2
1.3

3S1.6
4.0

388.3
6.1

396.4
6.0

401.7
7.1

3

184.2
173.7
10.5

188.6
173.3
15.2

192.0
181.6
10.4

194.1
189.0
5.1

193.6
188.5
5.2

190.2
192.5
-2.3

194.6
190.3
4.3

204.1
198.7
5.4

205.8
203.4
2.4

207.1
203.9
3.2

204.5
203.8
.7

199.2
203.7
-4.5

198.1
200.6
-2.5

194.3
197.0
-2.7

194.9
197.1
-2.2

201.1
199.8
1.3

207.5
202.9
4.6

214.6
208.5
0.1

219.6
213.6
6.0

223.9
216.8
7.1

4
5
C

70.3
65.2
5.0

74.3
63.8
10.6

75.7
66.9
8.8

74.6
71.2
3.4

76.0
72.9
3.1

72.6
74.4
-1.8

70.0
69.5
.5

79.8
77.0
2.8

81.8
78.5
3.4

81.1
79.0
2.1

81.4
79.0
2.4

73.2
77.4
-4.3

72.2
75.7
-3.5

70.5
74.4
-3.9

70.6
73.1
-2.5

74.9
75.0
-. 1

79.4
77.5
1.9

86.1
81.9
4.2

88.1
85.7
2.4

89.3
85.6
3.7

7
8
9

113.9
108.5
5.5

114.2
109.6
4.7

116.3
114.7
1.6

119.5
117.8
1.7

117.6
115.6
2.1

117.7
118.1
-.5

124.6
120.8
3.8

124.3
121.7
2.6

124.0
124.9
-.9

126.0
124.9
1.0

123.1
124.8
-1.7

126.0
126.2
-.3

125.9
124.9
1.0

123.8
122.fi
1.2

124.3
123.9
.4

126.1
124.8
1.4

128.1
125.5
2.7

128.5
126.6
1.9

131.5
127.8
3.7

134.5
131.2
3.4

10
11
12

95.7

99.8

103.8

105.6

107.8

110.2

111.9

113.2

116.8

118.7

119.7

119.8

120.2

122.7

125.0

126.3

130.5

130.6

133.4

135.8

13

38.1

37.5

37.0

37.2

38.1

38.7

39.1

40.4

41.6

41.8

41.5

41.8

42.4

43.4

44.9

46.0

43.2

49.2

49.4

49.1

14

16.3

13.8

12.0

12.1

11.2

11.6

9.5

15.7

16.2

16.6

17.4

15.0

13.9

14. S

13.9

15.5

20.2

21.5

22.4

20.4

15

1960
I

II

III

][V

503.0

504.7

504.2

503.3

493.0
9.9

500.7
3.9

501.0
3.1

505.7
-2.4

262.1
252.2
9.9

262.2
258.2
3.9

260.1
257.0
3.1

104.6
96.3
8.3

99.9
98.7
1.2

157.5
155.8
1.7

1964

1963

1962

1961

Line
II

605.8

616.8

627.7

637.9

644.2

660.8

672.9 686.5 704.4

i

597.7
8.1

613.3
3.5

623.5

634.4
3.6

636.8
7.4

651.4
9.5

665.3 677.8 694.0
8.7 10.4
7.6

2
3

306.2
298.1
8.1

310.7
307.1
3.5

315.6
311.4
4.2

322.4
318.8
3.6

324.3
316.9
7.4

333.8
324.3
9.5

338.8 347.5 358.8
331.2 338.8 348.4
8.7 10.4
7.6

4
5
6

116.9
114.7
2.3

121.0
117.3
3.8

121.9
119.6
2.3

126.1
122.4
3.6

127.8
125.0
2.8

126.4
122.0
4.4

135.1
127.7
7.4

135.2 141.0 142.6
128.8 134.3 137.9
6.7
4.7
6.4

8
9

179.9
178.3
1.6

183.8
180.1
3.7

185.2
180.8
4.4

188,8
187.5
1.2

189.6
189.0
.5

194.6
193.8
.8

197.9
195.0
2.9

198.7
196.6
2.1

203.6 206.5 216.2
202.4 204.4 210.5
5.7
1.2
2.1

10
11
12

220.9

223.8

228.1

232.2

237.3

242.7

247.1

251.1

254.3

259.8 265.1 268.8

13

6-1.0

65.5

65.9

67.4

68.8

69.4

68.5

68.8

72.7

74.3

73.9

76.9

14

2 1.5

24.4

25.4

26.0

26.3

26.6

27.1

23.1

32,6

30.8

31.6

30.5

15

II

I

IV

III

IV

I

II

III

514.9

524.2

537.7

547.8

557.2

564.4

572.0

577.4

584.2

594.7

507.0
-3.5

512.8
2.1

520.4
3.8

532.3
5.5

541.1
6.7

551.1
6.1

559.2
5.2

565.6
6.4

572.7
4.7

579.4
4.8

588.8
6.0

254.4
256.8
-2.4

251.5
255.0
-3.5

259.4
257.3
2.1

265.0
261.2
3.8

273.0
267.5
5.5

279.1
272.4
6.7

282.7
276.6
6.1

m.2
281.1
5.2

290.2
283.8
6.4

292.5
287.8
4.7

294.9
290.1
4.8

300.7
294.7
6.0

99.8
97.9
1.9

94.1
96.7
-2.6

87.9
93.6
-5.7

94.4
95.0
-.6

99.4
97.2
2.2

104.2
100.6
3.6

107.1
103.4
3.7

108.3
105.5
2.8

110.8
107.9
2.9

109.9
108.1
1.7

111.4
109.4
2.0

115.0
111.8
3.2

162.2
159.5
2.7

160.3
159.1
1.3

160.3
160.0
.2

163.6
161.4
2.2

165.0
162.3
2.7

165.7
164.0
1.6

168.8
166.9
1.9

172.1
169,1
3.0

174.4
171.1
3.3

175.4
173.2
2.3

180.3
175.6
4.7

181.1
178.4
2.7

183.2

186.0

187.9

192.3

194.5

198.2

200.9

204.6

208,2

212.1

214.6

218.5

57.6

56.5

56.2

56.7

57.6

57.3

58.2

60.1

60.5

62.4

63.6

63.4

23.1

21.5

21.6

19.3

14.3

18.0

18.4

20.8

21.3

21.7

23.5

23.4

503.6

IV

I

IV

II

I

1965

III

IV

HI

III

II

I

of Product and Purchaser: Annually, 1947-65
[Billions of dollars]
Lino

1947

1948

1949

1950

1951

1952

1953

1954

1955

1956

1957

1958

1959

1960

1961

1962

1963

1964

1965

70 2
49.8

75.7
54.7

80.8
57.6

87.0
62.4

101.2
67.9

110. S
73.4

118.8
79.9

123.5
85.4

132.6
91.4

142.3
98.5

154.2
105.0

163.4
112.0

176.2
120.3

187.3
128.7

199.5
135.1

213.3
143.0

226.2
152.4

244.5
163.1

262.0
174.8

15
10

Services
Personal consumption expenditures.
Government purchases
Net exports..

18.9
1.5

20.3
8

22.3
.9

23.8
.8

32.6
.8

37.6
-.3

39.8
-.9

38.8
-.6

41.9
—. 7

44.4
-.6

49.6
-.4

52.5
-I.I

56.8
-.8

59.4
-.7

64.3
,2

69.6
.7

73.0
.8

79.6
1.8

85.0
2.2

17
18
19

Structures
Private structures . . .
Government structures

21.4
18.6
2.9

27 7
23.3
4.4

28.3
22.2
6.1

35.4
28.6
6.8

37,5
28.4
9.1

39.1
28.6
10.5

41.7
30.6
11.0

44.2
32.7
11.5

49.0
37.6
11.4

51.5
38.9
12.7

52.3
38.1
14.1

53.1
37.4
15.7

58.3
42.1
16.1

56.8
41.0
15.9

58.3
41.0
17.3

62.6
44.6
18.0

65.7
46.5
19.3

68,9
48.6
20.3

74.5
52. *
21.8

13
14




THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES
Table 1.5.—Gross National Product by Major Type of Product in Constant Dollars:
(Billions of 195S dollars]
1929

Lino

1935

1934

1933

1932

1931

1930

1936

1937

1938

1939

1941

1940

1942

1943

1944

Gross national product.

203.6

183.5

169.3

144.2

141.5

154.3

169.5

193.0

203.2

192.9

209.4

227.2

263.7

297.8

337.1

361.3

Final sales
Chango in business inventories.
Goods output
Final sales
Chango in business inventories.,

200.1
3.5

184.1
-.6

171.7
-2.4

150.5
-6.2

145.9
-4.3

157.0
-2.7

167.1
2.4

195.3
-2.4

208.2
1.2

222.3
4.9

254.1
9.6

293.8
4.0

337.3
-.2

363.2

3.1

197.8
5.5

103.9
100.4
3.5

90.5
91.1
-.6

83.2
85.7
-2.4

68.7
74.9
-6.2

68.8
73.2
-4.3

77.9
80.5
-2.7

88.6
86.2
2.4

102.2
99.1
3.1

110.2
104.8
5.5

100.5
102.9
-2.4

110.7
109.5
1.2

124.0
119.0
4.9

143.4
133.8

158.1
154.1
4.0

187.4
187.6
-.2

204.8
206.7
-1.9

Durable goods
Final sales
Chango in business inventories-

33.6
30.9
2.7

22.4
24.5
-2.1

16.3
19.2
-3.0

8.3
13.4
-5.1

11.7
13.4
-1.7

16.9
16.7
.2

21.5
20.6
.9

28.7
26.3
2.4

31.0
29.1
1.9

21.1
23.4
-2.3

27.6
27.0
.6

35.6
32.8
2.7

50.0
43.5
6.6

57.2
54.4
2.9

85.6
85.2
.4

95.9
97.4
-1.5

Nondurable goods
Final sales
Change in business inventories-

70.4
69.5

68.0
66.5
1.5

67.0
66.5

60.4
61.5
-1.1

57.1
59.8
-2.7

61.0
63.8
-2.8

67.1
65.6
1.5

73.5
72.8

79.2
75.7

79.4
79.5
-.1

83.0
82.5

88.4
86.2
2.2

93.4
90.3
3.1

100.9
99.7

101.7
102.4

108.8
109.3

61.9

63.0

65.3

68.1

73.9

74.8

13.7

9.8

67.7
25.3

-.6
131.8

31.9

17.9

144.0

30.5

23.2

17.7
21.8

17.5

20.2

30.3

19.1

12.8

11.1

1.2
107.7

80.0
76.9

73.3

65.8

69.3

Structures

.6

.7

.5

.8

Services

12.4

Addendum: Gross auto product...

1949

1948

1947

1950

Line
III

II

III

II

IV

III

IV

in

II

IV

IV

Gross national product

306.4

309.0

309.6

314.5

317.1

322.9

325.8

328.7

324.5

322.5

326.1

323.3

339.6

348.5

362.8

370.1

Final sales
Chango in business inventories.
Goods output
Final sales
Chango In business inventories.

306.3
.1

3Q9.8

311.9
-2.3

312.3
2.2

313.7
3.4

318.2
4.7

320.0
5.8

324.3
4.4

325.0
-.5

328.8
-6.3

328.6
-2.5

329.8
-6.5

336.1
3.5

342.5
6.0

356.8
6.0

352.5
17.6

170.1
170.1
.1

172.6
173.3

171.4
173.8
-2.3

174.8
172.5
2.2

175.6
172.3
3.4

177.4
172.8
4.7

179.4
173.6
5.8

180.9
176.5
4.4

176.5
177.0
-.5

173.0
179.3
-6.3

175.5
178.0
-2.5

171.8
178.3
-6.5

183.6
180.1
3.5

187.8
181.7
6.0

197.0
191.0
6.0

202.0
1814
17.6

Durable goods
Final sales
_
Chango In business inventories.

58.8
57.9
.9

60.6
59.0
1.6

61.5
58.2
3.4

59.2
59.3
-.1

62.3
61.4
.8

60.4
oy. *
1.0

Ert A

60.9
en o
oy* r
1.4

61.5
59.9
1.6

59.9
59.8
.1

56.2
61.6
-5.4

60.8
61.6
-.9

55.3
61.1
-5.8

61.7
62.1
-.5

69.3
64.7
16

78.8
75.7
3.1

84.1
70.6
13.5

Nondurablo goods...
Final sales
Change in business inventories.

111.4
112.2

112.0
114.4
-2.4

109.9
115.6
-5.7

115.5
113.2

113.4
110.8

117.1
113.4
3.6

118.4
114.1
4.3

119.4
116.6

116.6
117.1

116.8
117.7

114.8
116.4
-1.6

116.6
117.2
-.7

121.9
118.0

118.4
117.0
1.4

118.2
115.3
3.0

117.9
113.8
4.1

107.6

106.6

108.8

109.8

112.7

111.6

115.8

119.0

121.8

45.0

46.8

46.3

18.7

21.1

19.9

III

IV

-.8

Services

107.0

Structures

2.3

9.8

106.6

34.8

34.9

11.2

11.6

2.8
111.9

31.5

29.3

Addendum: Gross auto product

2.5

104.9
10.6

36.6

36.6
35.9

9.6

10.3

11.3
12.4

1956

-.9

112.2
35.8
12.6

4.0

113.0

113.3
37.9

36.5

42.7
17.0

15.6

1957

14.1
16.5

1959

1958

Line
II

III

IV

III

II

IV

III

II

IV

Gross national product.

443.6

445.6

444.5

450.3

453.4

453.2

455.2

448.2

437.5

439.5

450.7

461.6

468.6

479.9

475.0

480.4

Final sales
...
Chango In business inventories..
Goods output
Filial sales
Change in business inventories

437.4
6.2

441.0
4.6

440.4
4.1

445.9
4.4

451.3
2.1

450.8
2.4

452.2
3.0

450.6
-2.5

443.1
-5.6

444.5
-5.0

450.4
.3

457.2
4.3

464.8
3.8

471.0
8.9

474.5
.5

474.1
6.2

239.6
233.5
6.2

239.1
234.5
4.6

236.9
232.8
4.1

240.5
236.0
4.4

242.3
240.2
2.1

240.6
238.3
2.4

241.9
238.9
3.0

234.3
236.8
-2.5

224.8
230.4
-5.6

224.5
229.5
-5.0

233.2
233.0
.3

240.8
236.5
4.3

243.6
239.8
3.8

251.7
242.8
8.9

245.6
245.1
.5

249.9
243.7
6.2

Durable goods
Final sales
Change in business inventories

97.7
92.3
5.4

96.5
93.6
2.9

94.0
93.2
.8

97.8
94.8
3.1

97.7
96.4
1.3

97.3
94.9
2.3

98.5
95.2
3.3

91.3
93.3
-2.1

81.4
87.7
-6.3

79.7
85.2
-5.5

84.6
85.6
-1.0

88.9
87.3
1.6

92.7
00.0
2.7

98.6
92.4
6.1

91.5
93.2
-1.7

93.2
90.9
2.3

142.0
141.2

142.6
140.9

142.9
139.6

142.6
141.3

144.6
143.8

143.4
143.4

143.4
143.7

143.1
143.5

143.4
142.7

144.9
144.4

148.6
147.4

151.9
149.2

150.9
149.8

153.2
150.4
2.8

154.0
151.9
2.2

156.6
152.8

170.0

172.1

174.7

58.1

57.3

55.1

20.4

19.4

15.2

Nondurable goods
Final sales
Chango in business inventories..

.8

Structures..

1.7

3.3

1.4

.7

.0

-.3

-.4

.7

.5

1.2

2.8

1.1

150.2

Services....

152.1

153.4

156.2

157.7

160.0

161.2

161.5

160.4

163.2

164.7

165.5

167.9

53.8

Addendum: Gross auto product..

19.8

54.4
18.4

54.1
17.0

53.6
19.3

52.6

53.3

20.3

21.2

52.2
21.4

52.4
17.9

52.4
14.6

51.8
13.9

52.8
13.1

55.2

57.1
19.0

16.4

N O T E . — I m p l i c i t price deflators are shown in table 8.2, pages 160-161.

Table 1.6.—Gross National Product by Major Type of

[Billions of 1958 dollars]

Line

1947 | 1948 | 1949 | 1950 | 1951 | 1952 | 1953 | 1954 | 1955 1957 | 1958 | 1959 | 1960 I 1961 I 1962 | 1963
1956 |

1965

Gross national product

309.9

323.7

324.1

355.3

383.4

395.1

412.8

407.0

43S.0

446.1

452.5

447.3

475.9

487.7

497.2

529.8

551.0

Durable goods
Personal consumption expenditures.
Producers' durable equipment.
Government purchases
Net exports
Change in business inventories.

60.1
24.7

61.3
26.3

58.0
28.4

73.4
34.7

84.1
31.5

84.6
30.8

91.0
35.3

81.9
35.4

96.5
43.2

96.5
41.0

96.2
41.5

83.6
37.9

94.0
43.7

97.8
44.9

94.9
43.9

107.0
49.2

114.2
53.7

123.1
59.1

24.6
2.6
6.7
1.5

25.7
4.3
3.8
1.2

22.6
6.2
3.9
-3.0

24.8
6.5
2.3
5.2

25.5
16.1
3.0
8.0

24.6
25.0
2.9
1.5

25.8
26.1
2.8
1.2

24.5
21.3
3.7
-3.0

27.7
18.3
3.8
3.4

29.1
19.2
5.2
1.2

25.0
19.9
3.6
-2.8

27.9
18.5
1.6
2.4

29.6
17.6
3.7
2.0

28.1
19.0
4.0
.0

31.7
19.8
3.4
2.8

34.0
20.3
3.3
2.8

38.5
18.0
4.3
3.2

43.2
16.6
3.2
6.1

Nondurable goods
112.2
Personal consumption expend- 108.3
itures.
Government purchases
1.7
Net exports
3.9
Change in business inventories. - 1 . 7

28.8
19.1
4.5
3.0

117.1
108.7

116.2
110.5

119.1
114.0

124.3
116.5

129.4

134.4
124.4

133.2
125.5

139.7
131.7

142.5
136.2

143.6
138.7

147.2
140.2

153.7
146.8

158.2
149.6

162.3
153.0

170.3
158.2

175.6
162.2

184.1
170.5

193.;
IT**

11.0
-.7

6.7
.0

4.9
.2
3.0

3.4
1.1
1.8'

3.4
1.4
.0

6.0
-.3
1.3

5.3
-.9
2.5

6.4
.8
1.5

9.2
-.2
3.1

9.5
.8
3.1

10.6
1.6
1.4

11.9

.5
2.0

3.8
1.3
3.3

5.2
1.4

2.5
-.5
3.1

3.4
1.5
2.9

120.8
6.0
1*.8

NOTE.—Implicit price deflators are shown in table 8.3, pages 160-161.




135.5
66.4

i\

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES
Annually, 1929-65, and Seasonally Adjusted Quarterly Totals at Annual Rates, 1947-65
[Billions of 1958 dollars]
1945

1948

1947

1946

1949

1950

1951

1952

1954

1953

1955

1957

1956

1959

1958

1960

19C2

1961

1963

19G4

1965

355.2

312.6

309.9

323.7

324.1

355.3

383.4

395.1

412.8

407.0

438.0

446.1

452. G

447.3

475.9

487.7

497.2

529.8

551.0

5S0.O

614.4

358.2
-2.9

302.6
10.0

310.1
-.2

319.1
4.6

328.1
-3.9

347.0
8.3

372.5
10.9

391.8
3.3

411.8
.9

409.0
-2.0

431.6
6.4

441.2
4.8

451.2
1.2

448.8
-1.5

471.1
4.8

484.2
3.5

495.2
2.0

523.8
6.0

545,2
5.8

576.4
4.0

605.6
8.8

2
3

198.0
201.0
-2.9

172.1
162.1
10.0

172.2
172.4
-.2

178.4
173.8
4.6

174.2
178.1
-3.9

192.6
184.3
8,3

208.4
197.5
10.9

214.0
210.7
3.3

225.4
224*. 5
.9

215.1
217.1
-2.0

236.1
229.7
6.4

239.0
234.2
4.8

239.8
238.5
1.2

230.8
232.3
-1.5

247.7
242.9
4.8

256.0
252.6
3.5

257.3
255.3
2.0

277.3
271.3
0.0

289.7
283.9
5.8

307.2
302.6
4.0

328.5
319.7
8.8

4
5
0

84.3
87.4
-3.1

54.7
46.1
8.6

60.1
58.6
1.5

61.3
60.0
1.2

58.0
61.0
-3.0

73.4
68.3
5.2

84.1
76.1
8.0

84.6
83.2
1.5

91.0
89.9
1.2

81.9
84.8
-3.0

90.5
93.0
3.4

96.5
93.5
3.0

96.2
95.0
1.2

S3.6
86.4
-2.8

94.0
91.6
2.4

97.8
95.9
2.0

94.9
94.9
.0

107.0
104.1
2.8

114.2
111,4
2.8

123.1
119.9
3.2

135.5
129.4
0.1

7
8
9

113.7
113.6
.2

117.4
116.0
1.4

112.2
113.8
-1.7

117.1
113.8
3.3

116.2
117.1
-.9

119.1
116.0
3.1

124.3
121.4
2.9

129.4
127.6
1.8

134.4
134.6
-.2

133.2
132.3
.9

139.7
136.7
3.0

142.5
140.7
1.8

143.6
143.6
.0

147.2
145.9
1.3

153.7
151.2
2.5

158.2
156.7
1.5

162.3
160.3
2.0

170.3
167.2
3.1

175. G
172,5
3.1

184.1
182.7
1.4

193.0
190.3
2.7

10
11
12

144.3

113.3

106.5

109.3

112.4

117.5

130.5

136.3

140.3

141.8

147.5

153.0

160.1

163.4

171.2

176.6

184.0

193.7

200.9

211.2

221.1

13

12.9

27.2

31.2

36.1

37.5

45.2

44.4

44.7

47.0

50.2

54.3

54.0

52.6

53.1

57.0

55.0

55.8

58.8

60.4

61.7

64.8

14

10.3

11.4

14.8

19.1

15.9

13.5

18.7

17.1

24.6

18.6

20.2

14.5

18.5

21.0

17.5

22.0

24.7

25.4

31.4

15

1951

1953

1952

1954

1055
Lino

II

III

IV

III

II

II

I

IV

III

II

I

IV

IV

III

II

III

IV

374.8

381.5

388.7

388.7

391.4

389.6

393.9

405.3

412.1

416.4

413.7

408.8

402.9

402.1

407.2

415.7

428.0

435.4

442.1

446.4

364.1
10.7

365.5
16.0

377.1
11.6

383.4
5.4

385.8
5.7

389.7
4.2

399.6
5.7

409.0
3.1

412.6
. 3.8

412.5
1.2

413.1
-4.3

405.8
-2.9

405.7
-3.6

409.8
-2.5

414.8
.9

423.0
5.0

428.7
0.7

435.8
0.4

438.8
7.6

2
3

202.7
192.0
10.7

207.3
191.3
16.0

212.0
200.5
11.6

211.7
206.4
5.4

212.1
206.4
5.7

392.0
-2.5
209.0
211.5
-2.5

212,8
208.5
4.2

222.2
216.5
5.7

225.5
222.4
3.1

228.4
224.6
3.8

225.9
224.7
1.2

221.8
226.0
-4.3

215.6
218.5
-2.9

211.4
214.9
-3.6

213.2
215.7
-2.5

220.1
219.2
.9

226.5
221.5
5.0

235.2
228.4
0.7

239.8
233.4
6.4

243,2
235.7
7.6

4
5
6

79.8
74.0
5.8

85.2
73.1
12.1

76.5
10.4

84.6
80.7
3.9

86.7
82.8

82.5
814
-1.9

79.2
78.6

90.1
86.9
3.2

93.0
89.3
3.8

92.5
90.1
2.4

93.0
90.5
2.6

85.6
89.6
-4.1

81.8
85.8
-3.9

79.8
84.5
-4.7

80.8
83.7
-2.8

85.0
85.4

90.3
88.0

97.8
93.0
4.7

98.6
96.0
2.6

99.2
95.1
4.1

7
8
9

122.9
118.0

122.1
118.2

125.2
123.9

127.1
125.6

125.4
123.6

126.5
127.1

133.6
130.0

132.1
129.6
2.5

132.5
133.2
-.7

135.9
134.5
1,4

132.8
134.3
-1.4

136.2
136.4
-.2

133.8
132.7
1.0

131.6
130.5
1.1

132.4
132.0
.3

135.1
133.8
1.3

136.2
133.5

137.4
135,4
2.0

141.2
137.5
3,7

144.0
140.6

10
11
12

1.5

1.8

137.3

139.9

140.8

140.9

139.7

139.0

141.3

143.3

143.7

145.4

147.9

45.8

46.7

47.2

46.9

47.4

48.3

49.4

50.8

51.9

17.5

18.2

18.7

19.7

18.1

15.9

17.5

16.6

18.2

4.9

3.9

1.2

126.1

129.8

133.0

133.4

46.0

44.4

43.6

16.5

14.2

135.2

43.6

18.8

3.6

136.0

14.0

136.8

44.5

44.1

44.4

13.2

II

III

IV

II

III

III

II

IV

13

25.3

54.3

14

54.4
25.8

53.7
15
23.8

1965

Line
III

IV

54.9

1964

1963

1962

1961

3.4
149.4

23.6

10.8

12.6

1960

2.7
147.2

III

IV

IV

II

III

IV

490.2

489.7

487.3

483.7

482.6

492.8

501.5

511.7

519.5

527.7

533.4

538.3

541.2

546.0

554.7

562.1

569.7

578.1

585.0

587.2

600.3

607.8 618.2 631.2

480.6
9.6

485.9
3.8

484.4
3.0

486.3
-2.6

486.0
-3.4

490.7
2.1

497.7
3.8

506.3
5.5

513.0
6.5

521.9
5.9

528.1
5.3

532.1
6.2

536.7
4.6

541.2
4.8

548.8
5.9

554.1
8.1

566.3
3.5

574.1
4.0

581.4
3.5

579.9
7.4

591.0
9.3

600.5 609.7 621.0
7.3
8.5 10.2

259.4
249.8
9.6

258.3
254.5
3.8

256.9
254.0
3.0

249.9
252.4
-2.6

246.9
250.2
-3.4

254.8
252.7
2.1

260.5
256.7
3.8

266.9
261.4
5.5

272.1
265.7
6.5

275.7
269.8
5.9

279.2
273.9
5.3

282.2
276.0
6.2

284.3
279.8
4.6

286.1
281.3
4.8

291.9
286.0
9

296.6
288.6
8.1

300.4
296.9
3.5

305.1
301.1
4.0

311.3
307.8
3.5

311.9
304.6
7.4

319.7
310.3
9.3

322.5 330.9 341.0
315.2 322.4 330.7
8.5 10.2
7.3

102.6
94.6
7.9

98.1
97.0
1.1

98.2
96.4
1.7

92.6
95.4
-2.8

87.2
92.7
-5.4

92.9
93.5

97.5
95.3
2.3

102.0
98.3
3.7

104.8
101.1
3.7

106.2
103.3
2.9

108.8
105.9
3.0

108.0
106.2
1.8

109.6
107.7
1.9

113.0
109.8
3.2

115.2
112.9
2.3

119.0
115.3
3.7

119.5
117.3
2.2

123.7
120.3
3.5

125.4
122.6
2.8

123.9
119.4
4.4

131.8
124.6
7.2

131.7 138.3 140.3
125.5 131.8 135.7
4.7
6.5
6.2

156.9
155.2

160.2
157.5

158.8
157.5

159.7
157.6

161.9
159.2

162.9
161.4

164.9
163.1

167.3
164.6

169.5
166.5

170.3
168.0

174.1
169.8

174.7
172.1

173.1
171.5

176.7
173.1

177.6
173.3

180.9
179.6

181.4
180.8

185.9
185.1

188.1
185.2

187.i8
185.7

190.8 192.6 200.6
189.6 190.6 195.1

1.7

2.7

1.2

157.3
157.1
.2

2.1

2.6

1.5

1.8

2.7

3.0

2.3

4.4

2.6

1.6

3.7

4.4

1.2

.5

.8

2.9

2.1

174.3

176.3

190.0

193.2

194.7

197.0

197.4

199.3

202.6

204.1

206.7

210.4

212.8

214.6

216.6

59.0

59.5

60.5

60.3

61.4

62.6

62.6

60.8

60.6

64.0

65.0

23.0

24.2

32.2

30.6

56.4
22.5

55.1
21.0

179.4
180.5

183.0

185.1

55.2

176.4

187.5

55.0

55.9

57.4

57.4

58.9

59.5

14.2

17.7

18.0

20.3

20.8

21.3

23.1

54.5
54.0
19.1
21.3

23.9

25.1

25.6

26.0

26.2

26.7

22.9

2.0

1.1

10
11
12

5.6
13

220.3 223.3 224.0
14
64.0

66.2
15

31.9

30.7

Product and Purchaser in Constant Dollars: Annually, 1947-65
[Billions of 1958 dollars]
Line
13
14

1965

1947
Services...

Personal consumption expend-

1948

1949

1950

1951

1952

1953

1954

1955

1956

1957

1958

1959

1960

1961

1962

1963

1964

106 5
73.4

109 3
;5.8

112.4
77.6

117 5
81.8

130.5
84.8

136.3
87.8

140.3
91.1

141.8
94.8

147.5
99.3

153.0
104.1

160,1
108.0

163.4
112.0

171.2
116.8

176.6
121.6

184.0
125.6

193.7
131.1

200.9
137.4

211.2
144.2

221.1
151.6

15
16

Govemment purchases^
Net exports

31 5
1 7

32 4
1 0

33.7
1.1

34.8
1.0

45.0
.8

49.1
-.6

50.2
-1.0

47.0
-.6

48.9
-.8

49.4
-.6

52.5
-.4

52.5
-1.1

54.9
-.4

55.2
-.2

57.8
. 4

61.3
1.3

61.9
1.5

64.5
2.5

66.6
2.9

17
18
19

Structures.
Private structures-.
Government structures

31 2
27 1
4.1

36 1
30 2
5.9

37 5
29.3
8.2

45.2
36.2
9.0

44.4
33.5
10.9

44.7
32.6
12.1

47.0
34.5
12.6

50.2
36.9
13.2

54.3
41.3
13.0

54.0
40.7
13.4

52.6
38.4
14.2

53.1
37.4
15.7

57.0
40.9
16.1

55.0
39.3
15.7

55.8
39.0
16.9

58.8
41.7
17.1

60.4
42.7
17.8

61.7
43.4
18.3

64.8
45.8
19.0




THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

10

Table 1.7.—Gross National Product by Sector: Annually, 1929-65, and
[Billions of dollars]
1929

Lino

103.1

1
2
3
4
0
7
8

Households and institutions
Kcst of the world

-

-

98.8
95.1
85.4
9.7
2.9
.8
4.3

1931

1930

75.8

90.4

71.2
68.3
62.0
6.3
2.3
.5
4.7

85.8
82.4
74.8
7.7
2.7
.7
4.5

1932

1933

1935

1934

1936

1937

1939

1938

1940

1941

1942

1943

1944

58.0

55.6

65.1

72.2

82.5

90.4

84.7

90.5

99.7

124.5

157.9

191.6

210.1

53.6
51.3
46.8
4.5
1.9
.4
4.4

50.9
48.9
44.3
4.6
1.7
.3
4.7

59.5
57.4
52.7
4.7
1.8
.3
5.6

66.3
64.1
57.1
7.0
1.9
.4

75.2
72.9
66.5
6.4
2.0
.3
7.3

83.5
81.0
72.7
8.3
2.3
.3
6.9

77.0
74.5
67.9
6.6
2.2
.4
7.6

82.9
80.3
74.0
6.3
2.3
.3
7.6

91.9
89.1
82.6
6.5
2.4
.4
7.8

115.1
112.2
103.3
8.9
2.5
.4
9.4

142.8
139.5
126.5
13.0
2.9
.4
15.1

166.0
162.4
147.2
15.3
3.2
.4

177.9
173.8
158.5
15.3
3.7
.4
32.2

III

IV

5t9

1950

1949

1948

1947

Line
I
1
2

3
4
m

8

Gross national Dfoduct
Private l
Business *
Nonfarm'

-

-----

---

-

--

•*-

Households and institutions
Rest of t h e world
General g o v e r n m e n t . -

II

III

I

IV

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

223.6

227.6

231.8

242.1

248.0

255.6

262.5

263.9

258.5

255.2

257.1

255.0

266.0

275.4

293.1

304.5

206.0
200.6
179.3
21.3
4.6
.8
17.6

210.5
204.6
186.1
18.5
5.1
.8
17.1

215.9
209.7
189.7
20.0
5.4
.8
15.9

225.9
219.6
198.5
21.1
5.4
.9
16.2

231.5
225.3
203.9
21.4
5.3
.9
16.5

238.7
232.2
207.5
24.7
5.5
1.0
16.9

244.8
238.0
213.8
24.2

245.3
238.6
215.8
22.8

239.5
232.7
213.2
19.5

272.1
264.4
244.1
20.3

1.0
19.0

235.0
227.9
209.5
18.4
6.2
.9
20.0

255.5
248.2
229.2
19.0

1.0
18.6

237.5
230.7
212.5
18.2
5.8
1.0
19.6

246.2
238.9
220.0
18.9

1.0
17.7

236.0
229.1
210.2
18.9
5.9
1.0
19.2

LO
19.8

LO
19.9

1.3
21.0

281.6
273.6
252.0
21.6
6.7
1.3
22.9

III

IV

5.8

5.7

5.8

6.3

6.4

1959

1958

1957

1956

6.3

Line
I
1

4

r,
7
g

Households nnd institutions
Rest of the world
General government

I

IV

III

II

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

410.6

Gross national productPrivate*
Business'
Nonfarm'

III

II

*.--..„--..

416.2

420.6

429.5

436.9

439.9

446.3

441.5

434.7

438.3

451.4

464.4

474.0

486.9

484.0

490.5

375.1
363.5
345.1
18.4
9.5
2.1
35.5

380.0
368.3
350.0
18.3
9.6
2.1
36.2

383.5
371.5
352.7
18.8
9.9
2.1
37.1

391.9
379.7
360.9
18.8
10.2
2.0
37.6

398.7
386.4
368.4
18.0
10.2
2.1
38.2

401.0
388.2
370.1
18.1
10.4
2.4
38.9

406.6
393.6
374.9
18.7
10.7
2.3
39.7

401.7
389.0
370.1
18.9
10.7
2.0
39.8

394.0
381.1
360.1
21.0
11.0
1.9
40.7

396.6
383.0
362.1
20.9
11.6
2.0
41.7

408.6
395.0
374.2
20.8
11.5
2.1
42.8

421.1
407.4
386.7
20.7
11.6
2.1
43.3

430.4
416.6
396.0
20.6
11.7
2.1
43.6

442.7
428.7
408.9
19.7
12.1
2.0
44.1

439.5
425.1
406.1
19.0
12.3
2.1
44.5

445.5
430.3
411.0
19.3
12.7
2.5
45.0

i ONP originating in government enterprises (e.g., the Tennessee Valley Authority) is included in the nonfarm business sector.

Table 1.8.—Gross National Product by Sector in Constant Dollars; Annually,
[Billions of 1958 dollars]
Lino

1929

1930

1931

1932

1933 I 1934

1935

1936

1937

1938

1939

1940

1941

1942

1943

1944

Gross national product.

203.6

183.5

169.3

144.2

141.5

154.3

169.5

193.0

203.2

192.9

209.4

227.2

263.7

297.8

337.1

361.3

Private i
Business i_
Nonfarm'
Farm
Households and institutions
Rest of the world.
General government.--

190.9
182.1
165.1
17.0
7.4
1.4

170.

155.8
147.7
129.2
18.5
6.6
1.4
13.5

131.0
123.8
105.8
18.0
6.0
1.3
13.2

127.5
120.6
103.0
17.5
5.7
1.2
14.0

138.3
131-1
116.6
14.6
6.2
1.0
16.0

152.4
144.9
128.4
16.5
6.4
1.1
17.1

173.1
165.4
150.5
14.9
6.8
LO
19.9

184.3
176.4
158.5
17.9
7.1
.8
18.9

172.6
164.6
146.8
17.8
6.8
1.1
20.4

188.7
180.7
162.5
18.2
7.1
.9
20.6

205.6
197.1
179.6
17.5
7.6
LO
21.6

236.6

257.3
248.7
228.0
20.6

272.8
264.9
245.3
19.6
7.2
.8
64.3

286.9
278.9

II

III

IV

12.7

161. •
145.
16.
7.
1.6

13.3

1947

Line

1948

II

III

IV

228.1

209.3
18.8
7.5
.9
27.2

7.8

.8
40.5

1949
III

IV

•Si
74.4

1950

II

III

IV

Gross national p r o d u c t . .

306.4

309.0

309.6

314.5

317.1

322.9

325.8

328.7

324.5

322.5

326.1

323.3

339.6

348.5

362.8

370.1

Private i J
Business
Nonfarm i
Farm...
Households and institutions.
Rest of the world
General government...

276.7
268.4
249.3
19.1
7.1
1.2
29.7

280.2

281.4
272.6
256.0

2S6.9

289.4
280.4
263.2

294.6

296.7

299.1
290.0
269.2
20.8

294.4
285.1
267.2
17.9

292.2
282.8
264.8
18.0
8.1

296.0
286.7
268.1

30.1

1.3
30.1

310.5
300.6
280.0
20.7
8.7
1.2
29.1

318.8
309.0
289.4
19.5
8.6
1.2
29.7

331.2
321.1
302.6
18.5
8.6
1.5
31.6

336.0
326.0

1.3
30.3

293.6
283.9
264.5
19.4
8.6
1.1

II

III

IV

271.4

355.3
16.1
7.7
1.1
28.8

16.6

7.8
LO
28.2

278.4
262.4

16.0

7.5
LO
27.6

17.2

7.8
1.2
27.7

2S5.5
265.7
19.8
7.9
1.2
28.3

1956

Line

287.6
269.5
18.1
8.0
1.1
29.1

7.9
1.2

29.6

8.0
1.3

1957
III

IV

18.6
8.0

29.7

1959

1958

II

III

IV

II

n
34.1

III

IV

Gross national product..

443.6

445.6

444.5

450.3

453.4

453.2

455.2

448.2

437.5

439.5

450.7

461.6

468.6

479.9

475.0

Private i J
Business
Xonfarm '
Farm
Households and institutions.
Rest of the world
General government

402.7
390.1
368.5
21.6

404.4
391.9
371.9
20.0
10.5
2.0
41.2

403.1
390.4
370.1
20.3
10.7
2.0
41.4

408.7
396.0
374.7
21.3
10.8
1.9

411.6
398.7
378.0
20.7
10.9

411.2
398.0
377.7
20.3
10.9

413.0
399.8
380.1
19.7
11.0
2.2
42.2

406.5
393.6
373.3
20.3
10.9
2.0
41.7

395.9
382.8
361.6

397.5
383.8
363.5
20.3
11.7
2.0
42.0

408.3
394.7
374.1
20.6
11.5
2.1
42.4

419.1
405.5
384.3
21.2
11.4
2.2
42.5

426.2
412.6
391.1
21.5
11.5
2.1
42.4

437.4
423.7
403.0
20.8
11.7
2.0
42.4

432.4
418.5
398.0
20.4
11.8
2.2
42.6

10.5

2.1
40.9

41.6

2.0

41.8

2.3

42.0

21.2

11.2
1.9
41.6

' GNP originating in government enterprises (e.g., the Tennessee Valley Authority) is included in the nonfarm business sector
NOTE.—Implicit price deflators are shown in table 8.4, pages 160-161.




437.7
423.2
401.5
21.7
12.0
2.5
42.7

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

11

Seasonally Adjusted Quarterly Totals at Annual Rates, 1947-65
[Billions of dollars]
1947

1946

1945

1948

1949

1950

1951

1952

1953

1954

1955

1957

1956

1058

1959

1960

1961

1962

1963

1964

1905

Line

211.9

208.5

231.3

257.6

256.5

284.8

328.4

345.5

364.6

364.8

398.0

419.2

441.1

447.3

483.7

503.7

520.1

560.3

590.5

631.7

681.2

1

176.8
172.3
156.4
15.9
4.1
.4
35.2

187.7
182.7
163.9
18.8
4.5
.6
20.8

214.6
208.6
188.5
20.2
5.1
.8
16.7

240.1
233.5
210.2
23.3
5.6
1.0
17.4

237.0
230.1
211.4
18.8
5.9
1.0
19.4

263.9
256.3
236.3
20.0
6.4
1.2
20.9

301.0
292.8
269.9
22.9
6.9
1.3
27.4

314.3
305.8
283.7
22.2
7.2
1.3
31.2

332.7
323.6
303.3
20.3
7.8
1.3
31.9

332.4
322.7
303.1
19.6
8.1
1.6
32.5

363.8
352.9
334.1
18.8
9.1
1.8
34.2

382.6
370.8
352.2
18.6
9.8
2.1
36.6

402.0
389.3
370.9
18.4
10.5
2.2
39.1

405.2
391.7
370.9
20.8
11.4
2.0
42.1

439.4
425.0
405.3
19.6
12.2
2.2
44.3

456.3
440.7
420.2
20.5
13.2
2.4
47.5

469.2
452.3
431.4
20.9
14.0
2 9
50.9

505.7
487.4
466.2
21.2
15.0
3 3
51.7

532.4
513 0
491 5
21.5
16.0
3 4
58.1

5G8.7
547 4
527 0
20.4
17.3
40
63.0

613.4
590 8
567 1
23 8
18.3
43
67.8

2

1951

1952

1953

1954

5
ij

8

1955
I ine

IV

III

II

I

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

II]

IV

II

I

III

IV

318.0

325.8

332.8

336.9

339.5

339.1

345.6

357.7

364.2

367.5

365.8

360.8

360.7

360.4

364.7

373.4

386.2

391.4

402.5

408.8

292.9
284.9
262.6
22.3
6.9
1.1
25.1

299.0
290.8
267.9
22.9
6.8
1.4
26.8

304.3
296.1
273.2
22.9
6.9
1.3
28.5

307.8
299.3
276.0
23.3
7.0
1.5
29.1

309.2
300.9
279.1
21.8
7.0
1.3
30.3

308.1
299.7
277.3
22.4
7.1
1.3
31.0

314.0
305.3
281.5
23.8
7.4
1.3
31.6

326.0
317.3
296.7
20.6
7.4
1.3
31.7

332.4
323.6
302.8
20.8
7.5
1.3
31.8

335.4
326.2
306.0
20.2
7.8
1.4
32.1

333.9
324.7
304.8
19.0
8.0
1.2
31.9

328.9
319.8
299.5
20.3
7.8
1.3
31.9

328.8
319.6
299.1
20.5
7.7
1.5
31.9

328,1
318.7
299.5
19.2
7.9
1.5
32.3

332.0
322.3
302 .6
19.7
8 ,1
1
32.7

310.4
330.0
311.0
19.0
8.6
1.8
33.0

353.0
342.6
323.5
19.1
8.6
1,8
33.2

360.2
349.7
330.7
19.0
8.8
1.7
34.2

368.0
357.0
338.4
18. G
9.2
1.8
31.5

373.9
362.3
343.9
18.4
9.7
1.9
31.9

1960

1962

1961

1964

1963

1
.,
3
4
5
6
8

1965
Line

I

III

II

][V

i

III

II

IV

I

IV

III

II

II

I

III

I

IV

II

III

IV

II

I

III

IV

503.0

504.7

504.2

503.3

503.6

514. 9

524.2

537.7

547.8

557.2

564.4

572.0

577.4

584.2

594.7

605.8

616.8

627.7

637.9

644.2

660.8

672.9 686.5 701.4

1

456.9
442.0
423.0
19.0
12.7
2.3
46.0

457.7
442.2
421.5
20.7
13.1
2.3
47.0

456.0
440.2
419.3
21.0
13.5
2.3
48.1

454.5
438.3
417.1
21.2
13.7
2.6
48.8

454(.1
437.3
415.8
2 .6
lC .8
2.9
49.5

464. 7
448. 2
427. 7
20. ,5
13. 7
2.8
50.3

473.0
456.1
435.6
20.5
13.9
3.1
51.2

485.1
467.6
446.8
20.9
14.5
3.0
52.6

494.0
476.4
454.9
21.5
14.6
3.0
53.8

502.8
484.9
463.5
21.5
14.7
3.2
54.4

509.6
491.2
470.2
21.0
15.2
3.2
54.8

516.3
497.2
476.3
20.8
15.5
3.7
55.7

520.6
501.3
479.4
21.9
15.8
1.5
56.8

526.7
507.5
485.9
21.6
15.9
3.3
57.5

536.5
516.9
495.5
21.5
16.2
3.3
58.3

545.9
526.5
505.2
21.3
16.0
3.3
59.9

555.5
534.6
513.8
20.7
16.7
4.2
61.3

565.5
544.1
523.4
20.7
17.3
4.0
62.3

574.2
552.6
532.5
20.1
17.6
4.0
63.7

579.4
558.2
538.0
20.2
17.4
3.8
61.8

595.2
573.0
551.0
21.4
17.5
4.7
65.6

606.4 618.2 633.8
583.0 595.3 611.2
559.4 570.0 586.6
24.2 24.7 24.7
18.0 18.7 19.1
3.4
4.1
4.8
66.6 68.3 70.6

3
4
5
C
7
8

1929-65, and Seasonally Adjusted Quarterly Totals at Annual Rates, 1947-65
[Billions of 1958 dollars]
1945

1946

1947

1948

1949

1950

1951

1952

355.2

312.6

309.9

323.7

324.1

355.3

3S3.4

395.1

275.1
267.0
248.6
18.5
7.1
.9
37.5

281.4
272.8
255.8
17.0
7.5
1.1
28.6

295.0
286.0
267.0
19.0
7.9
1 2
28.7

294.1
284.7
266.2
18.4
8.2
1.2
30.1

324.2
314.2
294.9
19.4
8.7
1 3
31.1

344.6
334.5
316.2
18.4
8.8
1.2
38.8

353.2
343.2
324.2
19.0
8.8
1.2
41.8

I

II

374.8

381.5

337.9
327.8
310.6
17.2
9.0
1.1
36.9

IV

1959

1960

1061

196C

1963

1964

1965

438.0

446.1

452.5

447.3

475.9

487.7

497.2

529.8

551.0

580.0

614.4

1

397.2
385.4
364.4
20.9
10.1
1.8
40.7

404.8
392.2
371.4
20.8
10.6
2.0
41.3

410.5
397.5
377.2
20.3
10.9
2.1
41.9

405.2
391.7
370.9
20.8
11.4
2.0
42.1

433.4
419.4
398.3
21.1
11.7
2.2
42.5

444.0
429.5
407.6
21.9
12.2
2.3
43.7

452.3
430.9
414.8
22.2
12.4
2.9
44.8

482.9
466. 7
444. 6
22. 1
12.9
3. 4
46.9

503.2
4S6.6
463.8
22.8
13.2
3.4
47.8

530.8
513.3
491.2
22.0
13.6
3.9
49.2

563.5
545.4
521.7
23.8
14.0
4.1
50.9

•)

388.7

391.4

388.7

349.0
339.0
319.6
19.4
8.8
1.2
39.7

348.5
338.5
319.6
18 9
8.7
1 3
40.2

II
389.6
348 0
338.0
319.1
18 9
8.8
1 2
41.6

349 8
339 9
322 0
17 9
8.7
1 2
41.6

393.9
351.8
341.7
321.4
20 3
8.9
1 2
42.1

IV
405.3
363.2
353.2
334.2
19.0
8.8
1.2
42.1

I

402.9

402.1

407. 2

415.7

428.0

435.4

442.1

446.4

1

370.2
360.0
340.4
19.6
9.0
1.2
41.9

362.0
351.6
331.3
20.3
8.9
1.5
40.9

361.3
350.8
331.2
19.6
9.0
1.5
40.8

366.3
355.7
334.y
20.8
9.1
1. 5
40.9

374.8
363.3
342.1
21.2
9.8
1.7
40.9

387.3
376.0
355.5
20.5
9.5
1.8
40.7

394.9
3S3.4
363.0
20.4
9.9
1.6
40.5

401.3
389.2
368.4
20.8
10.3
1.8
40.8

405.5
392.9
370.9
22.0
10.8
1.8
40.9

2
3
4
5
6
7
8

IV

I

527.7

533.4

538.3

480.8
464.8
442.0
22.8
12.7
3.3
46.9

486.3
470.0
448.5
21.6
13.0
3.3
47.1

491.3
474.4
452.9
21.5
13.0
3.8
47.0

IV

I

II

490.2

489.7

487.3

483.7

482.6

492.8

501.5

511.7

519.5

447.0
432.9
412.1
20.8
11.9
2.2
43.2

445.8
431.3
409.2
22.1
12.2
2.3
43.9

1965

1964

1963
III

III

473.0
457.1
434.9
22.2
12.9
3.0
46.6

IV

408.8

II

466.0
450 3
428.0
29 3
12.6
3.0
45.8

III

367.5
357.2
336.4
20.8
9.0
1.3
41.3

1962

456.6
441 2
419.4
21 9
12.3
3.1
44.9

II

II

413.7

i




IV

I

IV

III

372.0
361.5
341.7
19.8
9.3
1.2
41.7

IV

448.4
433 3
411.1
*>2 2
12.3
2.8
44.4

I

416.4

III

438.4
493 0
400.7
°2 3
12.6
2.9
44,2

1955

374.7
364.1
344.3
19.8
9.2
1.4
41.7

II

439.8
425 0
402.7
22 3
12.3
2.5
43.9

3
4
5
6
7
8

Line
III

II

Line

412.1

1961

443.5
428.9
400.2
22.6
12.4
2.3
43.8

1954

1953
III

I

1960
I

1958

1952
III

342.8
332.7
314.6
18.1
8.8
1.3
38.7

1957

407.0

371.1
360.7
340.7
20.0
9.1
1.3
41.7

1951

1956

366.2
355.4
335.0
20.4
9.2
1.6
40.9

412.8

282,5
274.6
256.5
18.1
7.1
.8
72.8

1955

1954

1953

IV

I

n

III

IV

I

II

Line
III

IV

II

III

541.2

546.0

551.7

562.1

569.7

578.1

585.0

587.2

600.3

607.8 618.2 631,2

1

494.0
477.2
454.3
22.9
13.2
3.6
47.3

498.3
481.8
458.7
23.1
13.2
3.3
47.7

506.6
489.9
467.4
22.5
13.4
3.3
48.1

513.9
497.4
474.8
22.6
13.2
3.4
48.2

521.3
503.9
482.2
21.7
13.2
4.1
48.5

529.1
511.5
4S8.8
22.6
13.7
4.0
49.0

535.4
517.6
495.8
21.8
13.9
3.9
49.5

537.4
520.0
497.9
22.0
13.7
3.7
49.8

550.2
532.2
509.4
22.8
13.4
4.6
50.1

557.3 567.2 579.4
538.9 548.9 561.6
515.1 524.6 537.5
23.8 24.3 24.1
13.7 14.2 14.5
4.6
4.0
3.3
50.5 51.1 51.8

2
3
4
5
6
8

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

12

Table 1.9.—Relation of Gross National Product, National Income, and Personal Income;
[Millions of dollars]
1939

1929

Gross national product
Less: Capital consumption allowances...

1930

1931

1932

1933

1934

1935

1936

1937

103,095

Line

90,367

75,820

58,049

55,601

65,054

72,247

82,481

90,446

84,670

90,494

6,873

7,037

7,157

7,291

7,267

83,289

77,379

83,227

7,868

7,858

7,973

6,953

7,369

6,834

1940

7,503

—.

95,227

82,394

67,962

50,680

48,648

58,220

65,374

7,003

7,155

6,859

6,768

7,055

7,815

8,190

8,663

9,157

9,154

9,365

10,021

587
695

534
-800

737
345

659
640

641
532

594
-215

594
1,213

567
-25

429
600

451
1,332

431
1,019

Plus: Subsidies less current surplus of
government enterprises.

-147

-123

-49

-45

18

283

403

39

176

485

420

86,795

75,382

59,669

42,785

Less: Corporate profits and inventory
valuation adjustment.
Contributions for social insurance.
Wage accruals less disbursements.

10,462

6,957

243
0

253
0

Plus: Government transfer payments to
persons.
Interest paid b y government (net)
and by consumers.
Dividends
Business transfer payments

909

Equals: National income

Equals: Personal Income

2,518

40,312

49,515

57,208

65,013

73,650

67,372

72,564

2,042 - 1 , 2 6 2 - 1 , 1 8 7

1,721

3,371

5,602

6,754

4,932

6,327

1943

1944

8,220

9,796

10,250

11,024

92,175 116,320 148,114 181,342 199,080

Less: Indirect business tax and nontax
liability.
Business transfer payments
Statistical discrepancy

649
736

1942

99,678 124,540 157,910 191,592 210,104

75,444

Equals: N e t national product-..

1941

11,296

11, 769

12,735

14,127

502
495
505
402 - 1 , 0 6 5 - 2 , 0 3 7

506
2,507

102

150

183

81,124 104,222 137,065 170,322 182,592
15,247 20,331

24,357

278
0

285
0

304
0

333
0

598
0

1,800
0

1,977
0

2,136
0

2,282
0

2,784
0

3,468
0

4,516
209

2,065
1,842

9,813

262
0

1,433

1,457

1,553

1,806

2,926

1,851

2,405

2,512

2,683

2,611

2,648

2,459

1,884

1,939

2,126

2,237

2,238

2,647

3,279

4,016
431

4,431
502

4,254
495

4,446
505

4,617
506

78,285

1,751

1,636

1,667

1,657

1,715

1,746

1,944

5,801
587

5,468
534

4,066
649

2,544
737

2,038
659

2,567
641

2,844
594

4,523
594

4,660
567

3,165
429

3,766
451

85,905

77,015

65,896

50,150

47,004

53,066

60,405

68,602

74,118

68,346

72,769

5,173
-193

95,972 122,901 151,297 165,276

[Billions of dollars]
1949

1948

1947

1946
Line

I

II

III

IV

196.5

204.0

214.2

219.2

223.6

9.6

9.7

10.0

10.3

11.0

187.0

194.3

204.3

208.9

212.6

Less: Indirect business tax and nontax
liability.
Business transfer payments
Statistical discrepancy

16.4

16.9

17.4

17.7

17.9

.4
1.3

.5
.3

.5
.4

.5
-1.7

Plus: Subsidies less current surplus of
government enterprises.

1.8

14
.

.3

170.6

178.0

186.2

15.3

18.8

20.2

6.1

6.1
-.9

5.9
.0

Gross national product
Less: Capital consumption allowances...
Equals: Net national product

Equals: National income
Less: Corporate profits and inventory
valuation adjustment.
Contributions for social insurance..
Wage accruals less disbursements..
Plus: Government transfer payments to
persons.
Interest paid b y government(net)
and by consumers.
Dividends
Business transfer payments
Equals: Personal income

III

IV

258.5

255.2

257.1

255.0

15.8

16.3

16.8

17.4

247.8

248.8

242,7

238.9

240.3

237.6

20.4

20.6

20.7

21.2

21.6

21.6

.7
-3.0

.7
-1.4

.7
-2.1

.7
-.9

.7
-.2

.8
.8

.8
U

-.3

-.4

.0

.2

.0

-.2

-.1

-.1

206.8

215.6

223.2

228.0

229.8

222.1

217.0

217.1

214.0

27.7

31.5

33.4

32.9

34.4

32.8

30.5

3L7

28.4

5.3

5.2
.1

5.1
.1

5.3
-.2

5.3

5.8
.1

5.7
-.3

5.7
.0

5.7

10.9

10.7

10.4

10.9

11.5

12.0

12.3

II

III

IV

248.0

255.6

262.5

263.9

13.8

14.3

14.7

15.1

228.8

234.2

241.3

18.3

19.3

19.3

20.0

.6
1.1

.6
1.3

.6
1.8

.7
-1.6

.0

-.1

-.2

-.3

192.5

194.6

195.8

198.8

22.9

22.6

25.8

26.1

5.8
.0

6.1
'.0

6.0
.0

5.3
.0

.8

IV

231.8

242.1

12.0

12.5

13.3

215.6

219.3

18.0

.5
-.5

227.6

.0

11.0

10.6

9.9

10.0

5.2

5.0
5.1
.4

5.3

5.4

5.4

5.5

5.6

6.0

6.1

5.7
.5

6.2
.5

6.1
.5

6.4
.6

6.6
.6

5.7
6.5
.6

5.9

5.5
.5

7.1
.7

6.8
.7

7.2
.7

170.8

176.2

182.2

185.8

187.9

186.1

193.8

197.4

203.3

208.8

214.5

11.8

9.8

1956

Lino

I
Gross national product

II

III

II

II

13.7

10.8

1957

III

IV

.1
10.1
6.2
7.4
.7
214.5

6.3

6.4

6.6

7.3
.7

7.2
.7

7.1
.8

7.4
.8

208.6

207.1

206.1

207.1

IV

1959

1958

II

III

II

IV

III

IV

I

II

III

486.9

484.0

410.6

416.2

420.6

429.5

436.9

439.9

446.3

441.5

434.7

438.3

451.4

464.4

474.0

33.6

33.9

34.2

34.6

35.6

36.6

37.6

38.5

38.7

38.6

39.0

39.4

39.9

41.1

41.7

377.0

382.3

386.5

394.8

401.3

403.2

408.7

403.0

396.0

399.7

412.4

425.0

434.1

445.8

442.3

Less: Indirect business tax and nontax
liability.
Business transfer payments
Statistical discrepancy...

33.7

34.2

35.2

36.4

36.8

37.2

37.7

37.4

37.6

38.1

38.5

39.6

40.5

40.7

42.0

1.3
-.8

1.4
-1.0

1.4
-1.2

1.4
-1.0

1.5
-.3

1.5
-.5

1.5
.7

1.6
.5

1.6
-.3

1.6
1.7

1.6
3.1

1.6
1.9

1.6
.2

1.7
-1.2

1.7
-1.2

Plus: Subsidies less current surplus of
government enterprises.

.3

.6

1.2

1.2

1.0

.7

.6

.7

1.0

1.1

.7

.3

•** 1

370.2

383.0

392.4

404.9

399.7

401

50.4

55.2

50.6

50.

17.7
.0

17.

Less: Capital consumption allowances...
Equals: N e t national product

Equals: National income

348.3

351.9

359.3

364.5

366.0

369.5

364.0

357.9

359.3

46.0

46.1

45.5

46.3

47.7

46.6

45.9

42.1

36.4

37.8

42.0

12.1
.0

12.4
.0

12.8
.0

13.1

14.3
.0

14.4
.0

14.7
.0

14.6
.0

14.6
.6

14.6
.6

15.1
-1.3

15.1
.0

17.1
.0

17.6
.0

Plus: Government transfer payments to
persons.
Interest paid b y government (net)
and b y consumers.
Dividends
_
Business transfer payments
,
16

343.0

Less: Corporate profits and inventory
valuation adjustment.
Contributions for social insurance..
Wage accruals less disbursements.

16.7

16.9

17.4

18.5

19.8

20.0

21.3

22.7

24.5

24.9

24.5

24.7

24.5

24.7

25.

11.7

12.0

12.2

12.2

12.1

12.0

12.1

12.3

12.8

13.2

13.9

14.

11.7
1.5

11.9
1.5

12.0
1.5

11.8
1.6

11.6
1.6

11.7
1.6

11.6
1.6

11.3
1.6

12.0
1.6

12.4
1.7

12.8
1.7

13.

345.8

350.2

354.7

354.3

354.2

356.0

364.5

369.9

376.0

383.8

384.5

389.

Equals: Personal income




.0
17.6

10.8

11.1

11.3

11.1
1.3

11.1
1.4

11.2
1.4

11.5
11.6
1.4

324.7

330,3

334.8

342.0

47.6

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

13

Annually, 1929-65, and Seasonally Adjusted Quarterly Totals at Annual Kates, 1946-65
[Millions of dollars]
1945

1947

1946

1949

1948

1950

1951

1952

1953

1955

1954

1957

1950

1959

105S

1000

1001

1002

1064

1003

1005

Line

211,945 208,509 231,323 257,562 256,484 284,769 328,404 345,498 364,593 364,841 397, <
)60 419,238 44 ,134 447,334 (S3,GG3 503,734 520,097 560,325 590,503 631 712 631,207
11,263

12, 219

9,889

14,490

8,342

16,550

21,195

23,192

25,673

28,234

34, 071

174
31, <

37,089

3S, 93S

41,378

43,408

45, 244

52, 501

49,970

56,048

200,682 198,620 219,104 243, 072 239,934 266,427 307,209 322,306 338,920 336,607 366, <
IS6 385,167 40 ,045 1()S, 39G 142,285 460,326 474,853 510,355 537, )02 575 661 621,618
15,522
532
3,903

897

20,072

21,274

!3,334

25,189

27,593

29,600

29,449

700
580
938 - 1 , 936

478
72

760

18,402

17,088

751
309

778
1,488

934
3.343

1,046
2,172

1,201
2,996

1,077
2,725

-106

247

240

-115

-389

-218

-166

-108

34, 894

32,067

37,293

38,455

,515
4

1,500
1,552

863

933

1, 306
1,245
2,093 - 1 , 130
-03

1

750

41,470

45,200

47,000

51,508

1,083
1,878
-793 -1,031

2,000
-750

2,054
484

243

1,443

1,378

100

54, )92

58, 407

l
•2

59,5S9

3

02,052

4

2,329
2,505
•2 522
- 2 0 4 - 1 , 383 -1,GOO

h
G

1

r52

1, 253

1,010

7

181,485 181,879 199,018 224, 178 217,494 241,074 277,978 291,380 304.734 303,138 331,018 350,799 366,096 367,762 100,025 414,522 427,341 457,687 431,!)27 517,281 559,020

8

19,158

19,326

25,571

33,036

30,797

37,669

42,731

39,903

39,630

37,963

46,871

46,132

45,038

41,117

51,676

49,904

50,297

55,000

58,933

GO,593

74,201

0

14

5,981
-30

5,683
15

5,220
35

5,737
-46

6,870
24

8,250
74

8,709
-22

8,843
-76

9,805
0

11,] 35
0

12, 580
0

14,503
0

14,833
0

17, 572
0

20,072
0

21,441
0

23,004
0

20,8G8
0

27.0G0
0

29,214
0

10
11

5,633

10,848

11,080

10,538

11, 626

14,294

11,535

11,992

12,766

14,948

16,065

17,118

19,873

24,104

24,911

20, C O
O

30,421

31,232

32, £89

34,241

37,137

12

4,173

5,228

5,536

6,055

6,533

7,198

7,633

8,067

8.973

9,459

10,080

11, 161

12,016

12,132

13,577

15,083

15,014

10,115

17,580

19,131

20,003

13

4,600
532

5,574
478

6,321
580

7,036
700

7,238
751

8,838
778

8,570
934

8,560
1,046

8,886
1,201

9,282
1,077

10, 478
1,245

11, 280
1, 366

11,742
1,515

11,500
1,500

12,580
1,6S3

13,437
1,878

13,770
2,000

15,183
2,054

16,454
2,329

17, 340
2, 522

19,173
2,565

14
15

183,528 400,953 416,814 442,617 465,487 495,953 W5,083

1
G

171,113 178,730 191,266 210,216 207,154 227,619 155,595 272,455 288,163 290,136 310,889 333,006 351,101 361,174

[Billions of dollars]

1951

1950

1952

1055

1054

1953

Line

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

266.0

325.8

332.8

336.9

339.5

339.1

345.6

357.7

364.2

367.5

365.8

360.8

360.7

360.4

364.7

373.4

386.2

27.9

28.4

29.1

J0.1

III

II

IV

275.4

293.1

304.5

318.0

17.9

18.0

18.5

18.9

19.8

20.8

21.7

22.5

22.8

23.0

23.3

23.7

24.3

25.2

26.1

27.1

27.4

248.2

257.4

274.6

285.6

293.2

305.0

311.1

314.4

316.7

316.1

322.3

334.0

339.9

342.4

339.6

333.7

333.2

332.4

336.3

344.3

356.1

21.9

22.8

24.8

23.8

25.5

24.5

24.9

25.8

26.6

27.4

27.8

28.6

29.2

29.7

29.8

29.7

29.2

29.4

29.3

20.9

30.8

31.8

.8
3.3

.8
1.4

.8
.8

.9
2.3

.9
3.7

1.0
4.7

1.0
2.5

1.0
2.8

1.0
1.0

1.1
1.7

1.1
2.9

1.1
3.3

1.3
3.0

1.2
2.0

1.2
3.7

1.1
3.0

1.1
2.6

1.0
2.9

1.1
2.2

1.1
3.5

.2

.2

.8
.6
4

2

.2

-.6

-.6

.1

-.2

-.3

- 1

222.3

232.7

243.4

260.8

270.0

276.2

280.5

285.3

286.3

286.6

291.7

301.2

306.0

307.9

306.4

298.5

299.3

299.5

302.9

310.9

320.5

31.7

35.5

40.0

43.4

42.5

42.4

42.8

43.5

41.1

38.7

38.1

42.1

42.9

4L9

40.5

33.2

35.6

36.6

33.2

41.3

6.0

46.9

47.2

48.1

9

6.6
.0

6.7
.0

6.9

7.3

8.2

8.3

8.2

8.4

8.7

8.6

8.7

8.9
.0

9.0
,1

3.8
.1

8.7
—.1

9.7
.0

9.8
.0

10.0
.0

1

10.9
.5

11.4
-.6

11.5
.0

10
11

20.6

14.1

11.0

11.3

11.7

11.4

11.6

12.4

12.5

12.5

12.5

12.8

13.3

14.1

9.7
.0
14.8

] 0.7

.3

8.9
.0

15.2

15.0

I 5.8

16.0

16.2

16.2

12

6 9

1 1

i ^

7 Q

A 1

ft 4

O Q

Q 1

9 3

9 4

94

g g

9 5

97

9 9

10 2

10 5

13

8.3
.8

8.4
8

9.2

9.5

8.3

8.5

8.5

8.6

8.0

S.G

8.5

8.7

8.4

9.2
1 3

9.1
1 2

8.9
1.2

9.4
1.1

3.8
1.1

9.2
1.0

9.4
1.1

9.9

10.1
1.2

10.7
1.3

10.8
1.3

14
15

220.5

220.9

229.7

239.0

247.1

254.3

257.6

262.9

264.7

268.4

275.4

2S1.0

285.0

289.1

289.4

2S9.4

288.0

287.2

289.8

295.4

300.2

307.6 314.9 320.3

16

4

11.3

—.1

11.6

1960

11.7

2

363.4 370.4 376.0

3

32.6

33.1

4

1.2
1.7

1.3
1.9

1.3

5
G

.0

-.2

.1

7

328.7 331.5 340.9

8

II

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

503.0

504.7

504.2

503.3

503.6

514.9

524.2

537.7

547.8

557.2

564.4

572.0

577.4

584.2

594.7

605.8

616.3

627.7

637.9

644.2

660.8

43.4

43.4

43.4

43.4

44.1

45.0

45.6

46.3

49.2

49.7

50.2

50.8

51.4

52.4

52.9

53.8

54.6

55.5

56.6

57.5

58.2

459.5

461.3

460.7

459.9

459.5

470.0

478.6

491.4

498.7

507.5

514.1

521.1

526.0

531.8

541.9

552.0

562.2

572.2

531.4

536.6

602.7

54.9

55.8

56.4

57.9

59.5

00.2

(52.0

62.2

2.5
-.6

2.6
-2.3

2.6
-3.3

2.6
-4.1

1.8
-.9
-.3

45.0
1.9
-2.7

45.5

46.1

46.1

47.2

48.1

49.4

50.3

51.0

52.0

54.2

IV

672.9 6S6.5 704.4

1

60.2

60.8

o

613.8 626.3 643.6

3

62.7

63.0

4

2.5
-2.1

2.5
-.8

2.6
.4

5
0

1.0

.9

.9

7

552.2 562.7 577.8

8

59.1

1.9
1.1

2.0
.3

2.0
-.4

2.0
-.6

2.0
-1.8

2.1
-1.0

2.1
.0

2.1
1.1

2.1
1.9

2.2
.3

2.3
-1.5

2.3
-.5

1 *
>

1.9
-1.5

o

1 3

1 l

.9

7

.7

.8

1.0

1.3

1.4

1.4

460.4

465.6

470.6

477.4

485.7

493.9

504.0

513.7

522.9

528.5

543.3

54.9

56.1

57.4

56.0

58.0

60.3

61.4

05.3

60.5

07.8

66.8

*3.2

72.7

74.0

76.9

0

24.3
.0

26.3
.0

26.7
.0

27.0
.0

27.4
.0

27.4
.0

27.7
.0

28.2
.1

23.0
-.1

>8.8
.0

29.0
.0

20.2
.0

29.8
.0

10
11

32.0

33.5

32.5

32.7

33.2

34.6

33.9

34.1

34.4

J6.0

35.2

39.4

37.9

12

17.3

17.8

18.2

18.6

18.9

19.4

19.6

>0.0

20.5

20.9

21.0

13

16.8
2.4

17.1
2.4

17.3
2.5

17.4
2.6

17.7
2.0

18.1
2.6

18.8
2.5

19.5
2.5

20.2
2.6

14
15

475.8

4St.O

492.0

500.3

507.5

518.0

527.6 541.9 552.8

16

417.1

53.3

51.6

20.4
.0

20.7
.0

20.8
.0

20.8
.0

20.9
.0

21.3
.0

21.6
.0

21.9
.0

23.6
.0

24.0
.0

24.1
.0

25.9

26.1

26.9

27.9

29.8

30.3

30.9

30.5

31.1

30. S

31.1

15.1

£3.8

Line

III

2.4
.6

414.2

15.1

52.8

32.0

1965

I

44.1

1

32.8

31.0

1964

1963

1962

1961

1 1

394.4 402.5 408.8

415.2
48.6

15.1

411.7
46.1

15.0

412.2
45.0

15.0

422.6
49.3

14.9

430.7
51.1

15.0

443.4
55.4

15.2

448.8
54.3

15.5

456.0

15.9

16.4

16.7

17.0

13.3
1.8

13.5
1.9

13.7
1.9

13.6
1.9

13.5
2.0

13.4
2.0

13.6
2.0

14.2
2.0

14.4
2.1

15.0
2.1

15.3
2.1

15.6
2.1

16.0

16.4
2.3

16.0
2.3

396.6

401.3

403.3

403.3

406.6

412.5

419.4

423.0

433.9

440.8

445.0

450.3

457.0

461.3

467.8




1 •»

14

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES
Table 1.10*—National Income by Type of Income: Annually, 1929-65,
[Millions of dollars]
1931

1932

1933

1934

1935

1936

1937

75,382

59,669

42,785

40,312

49,515

57,208

65,013

73,650

48,108

52,127

64,784

85,260 109,545

121,212

45,941
37,742
388
7,811
2,167
1,540
627

49,816
41,393
563
7,860
2,311
1,624

62,081
51,889
1,866
8,326
2,703
1,983

82,098 105,786
66,112 79,155
6,168 14,133
9,818 12,498
3,162 3,759
2,302 2,677

116,749
83,769
20,033
12,947
4,463
2,937

687
282

720
314

1,082

1,626
943

67,372 72,564

51,098

46,845

39,751

31,064

29,547

34,302

37,345

42,914

47,934 44,996

60,436
Wages and salaries
45,498
Private.^
308
Military
4,630
U overnment civilian i
Supplements to wapes and salaries
662
Employer contributions for social
101
insurance.
561
Other labor incomo
_
169
Employer contributions to private
pension and welfare funds.
392
Other

46,188
41,034
311
4,843
657
106

39,130
33,872
304
4,954
621
111

551
160

510
158

30,487 29,005
25,521 23,863
267
292
4,674 4,875
542
577
133
126
409
451
140
148

33,712
27,636
263
5,808
590
147
443

41 t 924
30,194 34,058
303
334
6,198
7,532
550
990
171
418
572
479
238
180

46,107 42,978
38,614 34,754
365
354
7,139 7,859
1,827 2,018
1,234 1,423
595
593
228
218

352

303

269

15,108

11,884

9,165

5,654

5,915

8,968
8,816
142

7,581
6,826
755

5,753
5,142
611

3,658
3,263
295

3,331
3,856
-525
2,584

3,412

2,096

Compensation of Employees

Proprietors* Income

_

-

13tisiness and professional
Income of unincorporated enterprisesInventory valuation adjustment
Farm
Rental income of persons

6,150

Corporate profits and inventory valuation
adjustment.

5,425

Profits beforo tax
Profits tax liability
Profits after tax
Dividends
Undistributed profits
_
Inventory valuation adjustment

10,462
9,990
1,369
8,621
5,801
2,820
472

Net interest

4,303
4,778
6,957

3,761
2,042
-372
498
-870
4,066

3,697
842
2,855
5,463
•2,613 -4,936
3,260 2,414
4,918

4,950

1,971
2,713 -1,187
-1,262
956
-2,309
521
385
-2,694
435
2,544 2,038
-5,238 -1,603
1,047 -2,143
4,616 4,066

166

1942

1943

81,124 104,222 137,065 170,322

860
401

194*
182,592

299

334

375

367

379

405

406

459

496

578

10,758

10,955

13,203

11,297

11,845

13,045

17,507

23,831

28,632

29,821

5,488
5,538
-50
5,270

6,663
6,783
-120
4,292

7,202
7,231
-29

6,926
6,705
221

7,435
7,601
-166
4,410

8,581
8,626
-45

11,067
11,682
-615

14,049
14,416
-367

16,971
17,127
-156

18,210
18,279

1,776

6,001

4,371

2,742

4,464

6,440

9,782

11,661

5,413

2,560

6,327

2,885

3,465

4,547

5,097

23,820

4,932

277
7,675

1939

1941

1930

86,795

National income

1938

1940

1029

Lino

4,723
4,777
-54
2,952

1,661

1,694

3,371

5,602

2,081

1,721
2,346
744
1,602
2,567
-965
-625

3,598
951
2,647
2,844
-197
-227

6,340
1,409
4,931
4,523
408
-738

6,754
6,785
1,502
5,283
4,660
623
-31

1,029
2,940
3,165
-225
963

7,041
1,441
5,600
3,766
1,834
-714

9,813 15,247 20,331
10,013 17,718 21; 535
2,834 7,610 11,415
7,179 10,108 10,120
4,016 4,431 4,254
3,163
5,677 5,866
-200 -2,471 -1,204

24,357
25,130
14,074
11,056
4,446

4,123 4,073

3,766

3,678

3,587

3,542

3,254

3,096

11,611

2,691

*88

24,107
12,949
11,158
4,617
6,541
-287

[Billions of dollars]
1946

Lino
II
National income
Compensation of employees.
Wages and salaries
Private
Military
Government civilian *
Supplements to wages and salaries
Employer contributions for social
insurance.
Other labor Income..
Proprietors* income
,
Business and professional..
Farm
Rental income of persons
_
Corporate profits and Inventory valuation
adjustment.
Profits beforo tax
Profits tax liability
Profits after tax
Dividends
Undistributed profits
Inventory valuation adjustment
.
Net Interest

III

IV

21

IV

1

II

III

III

IV

IV
214.0

178.0
115.4
109.5
89.2
7.6
12.7
5.9
4.0

186.2
119.4
113.5
94.6
5.9
13.0
6.9
4.0

192.5
123.0
117.2
98.6
5.3
13.3
5.9
3.9

194.6
125.6
119,6
101.7
4.6
13.3
6.0
3.9

195.8
127.5
121.4
103.9
4.0
13.5
6.1
3.9

198.8
128.9
123.3
106.4
3.8
13.1
5.7
3.3

206.8
133.5
127.7
110.3
3.9
13.5
5.8
3.2

215.6
136.9
131.2
113.4
3.8
14.0
5.7
3.0

223.2
138.7
133.0
114.8
3.0
14.3
5.7
3.0

228.0
143.6
137.8
118.6
4.0
15.3
5.8
3.0

229.8
145.1
139.2
119.1
4.2
15.9
5.9
3.1

222.1
143.1
136.7
116.6
4.2
16.0
6.3
3.5

217.0
140.9
134.4
114.0
4.1
16.3
6.5
3.5

217.1
140.3
133.7
113.0
4.2
16.5
6.6
3.5

1.8
34.0
21.0
13.0
6,3
15.3

1.8
35.8
22.1
13.7
6.5

1.9
38.4
22.1
16.2

2.0
37.9

2.3
33.6

2.4
34.8

2.7
41.4
22.6
18.8

23.2
17.1

3.0
35.4
22.7
12.7

20.2

23.2
18.5
8.0
32.9

2.8
36.1
22.7
13.4

18.8

19.9
14.9
7.1
26.1

2.6
37.5
21.8
15.7
7.7
31.5

2.8
40.3

20.1
13.5
6.8
25.8

2.5
36.2
20.5
15.6
7.6
27.7

2.7
41.7

21.2
16.7
7.1
22.9

2.1
37,3
20.5
16.8
7.0
22.6

8.2
34.4

8.3
32.8

8.3
30.5

3.1
34.6
22.5
12.1
8.5
31.7

16.5
6.1
10.4
5.1
5.3

21.6
8.0
13,6
5.5
8.1
-2.8
1.5

28.3
10.5
17.8
5.7
12.1
-8.1
1.6

31,8
11.8
20.1
6.2
13.9
-8.9
1.6

32.3
11.6
20.7
6.1
14.6
-9.7

30.5
10.9
19.6
6.4
13.2
-4.7

34.4
12.2
22.2
7.1
15.0
-2.9
1.9

35.7
12.7
23.0
7.2
15.8
-2.8
1.8

34.5
12.3
22.2
7.4
14.8
-.1
1.8

31.4
11.3
20.1
7.3
12.8
1.4

27.6
9.9
17.7
7.2
10.5
2.8

2.0

32.9
11.8
21.1
6.5
14.6
-5.2
1.8

36.3
12.9
23.4
6.8
16.6
-2.9

2.0

30.2
10.8
19.4
6.6
12.8
-4.0
1.9

1.9

2.0

-1.2
1.5

343.0
236.6

222.2
184.8
9.7
27.7
14.5
6.5

348.3
241.2
226.3
188.3
9.7
28.3
14.9
6.6

IV

351.9
244.3
228.7
190.1
9.7
29.0
15.5
6.9

359.3
250.1
234.1
195.0
9.6
29.5
16.0
7.1

8.0
42.1
30.9
11.1
14.1
46.0

31.2
11.0
14.3
46.1

43.1
31.3
11.8
14.4
45.5

8.9
43.5
31.9
11.7
14.5
46.3

48.9
21.7
27.2
11.1
16.1
-2.9

49.8
22.1
27.7
U.l
16.6
-3.6

46.7
20.7
26.0
11.2
14.8
-1.2

49.3
21.9
27.4
11.6
15.8
-3.0

4.2

4.4

4.6

5.0

42.3

7.9
33.4

1.8

1957
III

15
16
17
18
19
20

III

170.6
113.5
107.7
82.7
12.5
12.5
5.8
4.0

Lino

9
10
11
12
13
14

II

1956

National income.
Compensation of employees.
Wages and salaries
Private
Military
......[
Government civilian *
.„
Supplements to wages and salaries
Employer contributions for social
insurance.
Other labor income
,
Proprietors* income.._
Business and professional.
Farm
Rental income of persons..
Corporate profits and inventory valuation
adjustment.
Profi ts before tax
Profits tax liability
Profits after t a x . . .
Dividends
_
Undistributed profits
Inventory valuation adjustment Net i nterest

1949

1943

1947

III

IV

364.5
253.7
236.9
197.3
9.6
30.1
16.8
7.7

366.0
255.5
238.4
198.2
9.7
30.5
17.1
7.8

369.5
258.1
240.6
199.6
9.8
31.1
17.6
7.9

364.0
256.6
238.8
197.8
9.5
31.5
17.8

9.1
43.4
32.6
10.9
14.5
47.7

9.4
43.8
32.8
11.0
14.7
46.6

50.1
22.5
27.6
11.7
15.9
-2.4
5.1

48.1
21.6
26.5
11.9
14.6
-1.5

44.7
33.1
11.7
15.0
45.9
47.2
21.2
26.0
12.0
13.9
-1.3
5.7

7.9

44.3

32.7
11.6
15.0
42.1
43.0
19.3
23.7
11.8
11.9

II

3.2
35.0
22,6
12.4
8.7
28.4
28.2

iai
18.1
7.4
10.7

3.0
2.0

III

IV

404.9
280.1
259.2
213.7
9.9
35.6
20.8
9.7

399.7
2S0.3
259.1
213.2
9.9
36.0
21.2
9.7

402.8
2S3.3
261.8
215.5
9.8
36. •
"

10.7
46.9
34.5
12.4
15.3
50.4

11.1
47.1
35.4
11.7
15.5
55.2

11.5
46.1
35.4
10.7
15.7
50.6

51.2
23.3
28.0
12.0
15.9
-.8

56.5
25.7
30.8
12.4
18.4
-1.3

51.0
23.2
27.9
12.8
15.1
-.5

III

IV

370.2
259.1
241.1
196.9
10.0
34.3
18.0
8.1

383.0
265.4
247.0
202.3
9.9
34.7
18.5
8.2

392.4
272.7
252.7
207.7
9.9
35.1
20.1
9.4

10.3
47.1
34.1
13.0
15.6
47.6
48.5
22.3
26.2
11.3
14.9

357.9
253.5
236.0
193.9
9.5
32.6
17.5
7.8

359.3
253.1
235.5
192.4
9.7
33.5
17.6
7.8

9.7
46.4
32.4
13.9
15.3
36.4

9.7
46.3
32.8
13.5
37.8

33.3
13.3
15.4
42.0

36.6
16.9
19.8
11.6
8.2
-.2

37.5
17.3
20.2
11.7
8.6
.3

42.3
19.5
22.8
11.6
11.2
-.2

15.4

III

112.1
4.5
16.6
6.7
3.5

1959

1958

II

28.8

139,9
133.2

46.7

l
11.'
46.
85.'.
10.9
15.8
50.
49.5
22.5
27.0
13.0
110

7.0

Includes also the pay of employees of government enterprises
and of permanent United States residents employed in the United States by foreign governments and i n t e r n a l
organizations.




THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

15

and Seasonally Adjusted Quarterly Totals at Annual Rates, 1946-65
[Millions of dollars]
1947

1946

1945

1948

1950

1949

1951

1952

1953

1954

1955

1956

1957

1058

1959

19G1

I960

19G2

1003

1005

1904

181,48 > 181,879 199,018 224,178 :!17,494 241,074 277,978 291,380 304,73 i 303,138 331,018 350,799 3 66,096 367,762 400,025 411,522 427,341 157,C87 481, 927 517,281
123,09'r 117,851 128,892 141,131 1 41,029 154,571 180,687 195,308 209,11 t 207,956 224,479 243,058 I 55,996 257,816 279,093 291,226 302,C38 323, C32 311, 001 305,657
117,49C» 111,990 122,993 135,376 1 34,505 146,772 171,093 185,076 198,25<} 196,474 211,266 227,842 '2 38, G95 Z39,92G 258,187 270,844 278, 080 290,091 311, 095 333,019
82,68( i 91,288 105,567 116,514 1 13,890 124,390 142,108 151,948 164,20'r 161,889 175,074 189,550 1 98,245 LOG, 3S2 212,538 222,108 Z2&, 8GU 240, 132 251, 010 209,288
9,707
9.G44
9,G63
9,778
3,970
4,248
4, U07
7,818
21,8H
0,873
0, 894 10,185 10, 7M 10, 849 11,01)2
4,999 8,684 10,472 10,33'f 9,951
12,884 13, 359 14,892 16,367 17,383 20,301 22,656 23,7H > 24,634 26,414 28,629 30,806 33, 777 35, 77G 38,842 42,02(1 45, 203 48, G30 52,639
13,09J
5,755
6,524
5, 899
5,861
5,60'
7,799 9,594 10,232 10,852 11,482 13,213 15,216 17,301 17,890 20,iX>G 23, 382 24,fi5S 27,541 2t>, 000 32,038
5,182
4,85S
4,916
3,042
3,503
3, 565
3,970
3,805
6,766
5,899
7,972
7,811
9,650 11,380 11,812 13,C57 15,045 Ifl,425
3,976 4,808

Line

S59,020

I

,J92.M0

2

J58,380
i18U, 145
12,120
57,118
34,541
16,002

3
4
:

18,630
15,392

0
10

r

7
8

667

660

779

903

997

3,823
2,743
1,080

1,204

1,297

l,39fi

1,478

1,619

1,837

1,903

2,048

2,192

2,318

2,389

2,528

2, D99

2,061

3,147

11

31,422

36,524

35,488

40,218

35,285

37,475

41,963

42,111

40,512

39,988

41,701

42,735

44,063

46,607

46,550

46,209

48,434

50,111

51, 913

51,903

55,745

12

19,199 21,596 20,286
19,305 23,301 21, 757
-106 -1,705 - 1 , 471
12,223 14,928 15,202

22,713
23,123
-410
17,505

22,626
22,163
463
12,659

23,977
25,071
-1,094
13,498

26,125
26,452
-327
15,838

27,125
26,924
201
14,986

27,464
27,632
-168
13,048

27,558
27,607
-49
12,430

30,283
30,481
-198
11,418

31,340
31,842
-502
11,395

32,780
33,080
-300
11,283

33,173
33,229
-56
13, 434

35,129
35, 2G9
-140
11,421

34,244
34,2G3
-19
11,905

35,586
35,553
33
12,848

37,003
37,07G
17
13,018

37, 310
37,944
-34
13, 103

39,884
39,920
-42
12,019

40,054
41,028
-374
15,091

13
14
15
16

2, 334
1, 555

1,891
1,231

1,799
1,132

3,021
2,024

2,713
1,810

4,786
3,582

5,316
4,019

5,994
4,598

7,314
5,695

6,300
4,822

8,450
6,613

9,490
7,527

9,018
7, S70

11,256
9,004

12,002
0.GS4

14, SG4
12, 165

13,884
11,356

12,740
10,357

10,013
13,652

5,634

6,631

7,122

7,964

8,438

9,361

10,321

11,500

12,677

13,598

13,893

14,313

14,811

15,418

15,596

15,822

15,964

16,G91

17,139

17,665

18,344

17

19,168

19,326

25,571

33,036

30,797

37,669

42,731

39,903

39,630

37,963

46,871

46,132

45,638

41,117

51,676

49,901

50,297

55,660

58,933

66,593

74,201

18

19,722 24,589 31, i70 35,188
9,104 11, 268 12,518
10,689
9,033 15,485 20,202 22,670
7,036
5,574
4,600
6,321
9,911 13,881 15,634
4,433
-564 -5,263 -5,899 - 2 , 1 5 2

28,941
10,408
18,533
7,238
LI, 295
1,856

42,634 43,930
17,770 22,335
24,864 21,595
8,570
8,838
16,026 13,025
-1,199
-4,965

38,922
19,366
19,556
8,560
10,996
981

40,627
20,266
20,361
8,886
11,475
-997

38,281 48,607 48,825
17,728 21,616 21,668
20,553 26,991 27,157
9,282 10,478 11,280
11,271 16,513. 15,877
- 3 1 8 -1,736 -2,693

17,177
!21,202
:25, 975
11,742
14.233
-•1,539

41,372
19,045
22,327
11,506
10, 761
-255

52,141
23,679
28, 462
12,5S0
15,882
-465

49,712
23,032
26,G80
13,437
13,243
192

50,349
23,104
27,245
13,770
13,475
-52

55,408
24,179
31,229
15,183
10,040
252

59,401 07,020 75,676
20,324 28,359 31,183
33, (777 38,067 44,493
16,454 17,340 19,173
10, (323 21,327 25,320
-433 --1,475
-468

19
20
21
22
23
24

2,276

2,558

2,804

4,561

5,588

6,804

7,110

8,361

10.008

11,593

13,838

15,463

25

2,174

1,<U5

1,547

1,829

1,945

ltS9B

3,633

4,069

17,800

[Billions of dollars]
1950
I

II

III

IV

222.3
143.9
136.6
115.4
4.4
16.8
7.3

232.7
149.9
142.4
121.0
4.3
17.1
7.5
3.8

248.4
158.2
150.3
127.7

260.8
166.2
157.7
133.3

17.6

18.1

3.4

3.7
36.1
23.4
12.7
9.2
35.5

4.0

4.2

38.6
25.0
13.7

39.5
24.7
14.8

9.5

9.7

9.9

40.0

43.4

42.5

47.4
19.7
27.6

51.9
21.6
30.3

51.2
26.0
25.2

18.5

20.8
-8.5

3.8

35.6
22.8
12.8
9.1

31.7
32.4
13.5
18.9
8.3

10.6
-.7
2.0

38.8
16.2
22.6
8.4
14.2
-3.3
2 A

4.9

8.0
4.0

9.2

-7.3
n

6.3

8.4
4.2

9.5

299.5
206.5
195.2
160.8
10.0
24.4
11.3
5.2

302.9
207.1

310.9
211.4
199.6

5.2

5.3

320.5
215.8
203.3
168.1
9.7
25.6
12.5
5.6

328.7
222.4
209.4
173.1
10.0
26.3
12.9
6.8

334.5
227.3
213.7
177.3
9.8
26.6
13.6
6.1

340.9
232.3
218.4
181.6
9.7
27.1
13.0
6.1

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

5.8
41.3
27.8
13.5
12.2
42.9

5.S
40.6
27. e
13.0
12. fi
41. S

6.1

6.2
40.3
26.9
13.4
13.2
35.6

6.2
39.3
27.4
11.9

6.3

39.9
27.3
12.6
12.8
40.5

6.2
40.2
27.1
13.1
13.2
33.2

6.5
40.2
28.4
11.8

3G.6

6.9
40.9
29.2
11.7
13.8
46.0

7.2
41.6
29.9
11.7
13.8
46.9

7.5
42.0
30.7
11.3
13.9
47.2

7.7
42.3
31.2
11.0
14.1
48.1

9
10
11
12
13
14

43.3
21.6
21.7
8.4
13.3
-.4
0 7

43.5
21.7
21.8

42.5
21.2
21.3

33.2
16.6
16.6
8.9
7.7
.0
3.1

35.6
16.5
19.1
9.4
9.7
.0
3.3

36.7
17.0
19.7
8.8
10.9
.0
3.5

47.8 49.4 50.9
21.2 21.9 22.6
26,5 27.4 28.3
10.1 10.7 10.8
16.4 16.7 17.4
- 9 -2.2 -2.8
A 1
4.0
4.1

15
16
17
18
10
20
21

306.0
20G.9
196.2
162.3
10.3
23.6
10.7
4.9

4.7
41.7
25.9
15.8
10.1
42.4

4.9
42.0
26.2
15.8
10.5
42.8

5.1

5.2
42.2
27.0
15.2
11.3
38.7

5.4

42.8
26.5
16.3
10.9
43.5

5.1
41.2
26.6
14.6
10.9
41.1

43.9
27.2
16.7
11.7
38.1

5.5
41.2
27.7
13.5

43.4
22.1
21.3
8.5
12.8
-1.0

39.3
20.0
19.3

42.1
21.4
20.7

39.8
19.8
20.0
8.0
12.0
1.3

37.5
18.7
18.8
8.6
10.2
1.2

37.4
18.6
18.8
8.5
10.3
.7

(r

4 e?

4.5
41.3
25. e

15.4

8.3

16.9
-8.7

8.5

4.9

8.6

10.9

12.1

3.5

1.5

I

14.2
291.8
68.8
21.6

417.1
295.0
271.6
223.5

415.2
295.9
272.4
222.9

411.7

37.4
23.0
11.2
11.8
45.4
34.7
10.7
15.8
53.3

38.4
23.3
11.4

39.5
23.5
11.5

270.5
220.4
30. 0
40 1
23.7
11.4

412.2
29J.8
270.9
220.1
10.0
40! 8
23! 9
11.5

422.6
299.5
275.2
223.7
10. 0
41.6
24 3
11.7

430.7
304.7
279.9
227.3
10.0
42^6
24.8
11.9

443.4
311.5
286.3
232.3
10.8
43 2
25.2
12.1

448.8
317.1
290.3
235.2
11.1
44.0
26.8
J3.4

11.9
46.6
34.5
12.1
15.8
51.6

12.1
46.3
33.9
12.4
15.9
48.6

12.2
46.5
33 8
12.7
15.9
46.1

12.4
47.4
34.6
12.8
15.9
45.0

12.6
48.1
35.4
12.7
15.9
49.3

12.8
48.6
35 9
12; 7
16.0
51.1

13.1
49.6
36 4
13.'2
16.1
55.4

13.4
50.3

45.0
20.7
24.4
13.5
10.9
-.1
9.2

48.8
22! 4
26.4
13.4
13.0
.5
9.7

12.1
42.1
41.3
20.5
20.7
8.7
12.0
.8
4

f

II

9.2

12.6
-1.6

51.4
23! 6
27.8
13 6

u! 2
-.3
10.2

55. 7
25.6
30.1
14.2
16.0
-.3
10.8

36 7
13.5
16.3
54.3
54.4
23.7
30.7
14.4
16.3
-.1
10.8

9.1

12.2
-2.0

O T

1

1

195.6
160.8
9.9

24.9
11.5

] 64.5

9.8
25.2
11.8

40.1
27.6
12.6
13.8
38.2

13.9
41.3

38.9
18.0
20.9

41.9
19.4
22.5

11.7
-.7
3a

13.5

13.1
-.5
4.0

9.2

9.4

47.1
20.9
26.1
9.9
16.2
-1.1
4.0

1965

1964

1963

1962

IV




299.3
206.9
195.6
161.5
10.1
24.0
11.3
5.1

301.2
203.2
192.7
159.0
10.5
23.2
10.5
5.0

III

8.5

298.5
208.8
197.9
163.8
10.3
23.8
10.9
4.7

291.7
195.4
185.1
151.6
10.7
22.9
10.3
4.9

II

8.0

306.4
210.4
199.5
165.4
10.4
23.7
10.9
4.8

286.6
192.0
181.8
148.8
10.6
22.4
10.1
4.9

I

15.6
-.6
_ 7.9

)
307. *
210.;I
199.:1
165.;
10.4
23. £
10.1
5.( )

286.3
190.6
180.6
148.4
10.2
22.1
10.0
4.9

A

45 7
21.2
24.5
13 6
10.9
.5
9.0

IV

285.3
185.7
175.7
144.9

IV

47.5
22.0
25.5
13.7
11.7
1.2

III

280.5
183.0
173.3
143.0
9.2
21.1
9.7
4.8

III

51.8
24.0
27.8
13.5
14.3
-.2

II

270. (> 276.2
174.:• 179.8
165. () 170.3
138.4 142.0
7.4
8.5
19.1
19.8
9.2
9.5
4.7
4.8

II

53.9
25.0
28.9
3.3

I

I

H)61

9.9

IV

IV

I

9.S

III

III

I960

9.8

II

II

21.2
10.0

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

111

IV

I

456.0 '160.4
322.9 I J25.7
295.6 I'97.9
240.0 5>41.S
11.0
10.6
45.4
44.6
27.4
27.8
13.8
13.7

465.6
328.8
300.6
243.5
10.3
46.8
28.2
13.8

470.6
333.6
304.5
246.3
10.5
47.6
29.2
14.7

477.4
338.1
308.5
249.7
10.6
48.2
29.6
15.0

485.7
343.1
313.0
253.4
10.7
48.9
30.1
15.2

493.9
349.2
318.5
257.1
11.6
49. S
30.8
15.4

504.0
355.3
324.4
261.8
11.6
51.0
31.0
15.1

513.7
362.2
330.6
267.1
11.6
51.9
31.7
15.3

528.5
375.3
342.2
275.9

543.3
381.7
348.2
2S1.2
11.8
55.2
33.5
15.8

14.0
49.9
37.2
12.7
16.8
56.1

14.3
49.8
37.3
12.6
17.2
57.4

14.5
50.8
37.5
13.4
17.1
56.0

14.6
50.7
37.6
13.1
17.1
58.0

15.0
51.1
38.1
13.0
17.1
60.3

15.4
51.4
38.5
12.9
17.2
61.4

15.9
51.3
39.1
12.2
17.4
65.3

16.4
52.2
39.9
12.2
17.6
66.5

522.9
369.8
337.4
272.3
11.7
53.4
32.4
15.5
16.9
51.9
40.3
11.7
17.8
67.8
67. S
28.7
39.1
17.4
21.7
.0
15.7

67.7
2S.6
39.0
17.7
21.4
-.9
16.3

11

13.7
50.4
37.1
13.3
16.5
54.9
54.8
23.9
30.9
15.0
15.9
.0
11.3

Ill

56.0
24.4
31.5
15.3
16.2
.1
11.8

56.5
24.7
31.8
15.6
16.3
.9
12.4

Line

I

I

9.7

1955

IV

IV

II

1954

III

III

I

n

2Ut2

1953

1952

1951

55.9
24.8
31.1
16.0
15.1
2
13.0

58.9
26.1
32.8
16.4
16.4
-.9
13.5

60.1
26.6
33.5
16.6
16.9
14.2

62.7
27.8
34.9
16.8
18.1
-1.3
14.7

65.8
27.9
38. 0
17.1
20.9
14.7

66.8
28.3
38.5
17.3
21.3
-.3
15.1

11.9
54.3
33.1
15.8
17.3
52.2
4a 3
11.9
17.9
66.8

II

Line
III

IV

17.8
53.3
40.5
12.9
18.1
73.2

552,2 562.7 577.8
387.8 395.6 406.5
353.7 36a 8 37a s
285.8 291.1 298.5
11.7 12.0 13.0
56.3 57.7 59.3
34.1 34.8 35.7
15.9 16.0 16.3
18.2 18.8 19.4
55.9 56.7 57.1
40.4 40.7 41.1
15.5 16.0 16.0
18.3 18.4 18.5
72.7 74.0 76.9

74.5
30.7
43.8
18.1
25.7
-1.3
16.9

74.5 75.0 78.7
30.7 30.9 32.4
43.8 44.1 46.3
18.8 19.5 20.2
25.0 24.6 26.1
-1.8 -1.0 -1.8
17.5 18.1 18.7

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3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
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20
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THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

16

Table 1.11.—National Income by Industry Division: Annually, 1929-65,
[Billions of dollars]
1929

Line

86.8

All Industries, total
Agriculture, forestry, and
fisheries.

8.5

1930

1931

1932

1933

1934

1935

1936

1937

1938

1939

1940

75.4

59.7

42.8

40.3

49.5

57.2

65.0

73.6

67.4

72.6

81.1

5.9

6.0

6.1

6.4

5.2

3.5

3.9

4.2

6.6

5.7

7.6

1942

1943

1944

1945

104.2

137.1

170.3

182.6

181.5

8.4

12.2

14.4

14.5

15.2

1941

5.9

4.9

1.8

1.4

2.3

2.6

3.6

4.1

3.5

4.0

4.5

6.6

9.1

8.2

21.9
10. G
11.3

18.3
9.8
8.5

12.5
7.5
5.0

7.3
5.2
2.1

7.7
4.9
2.8

11.1
6.5
4.6

13.4
7.3
6.1

16.3
8.2
8.1

19.4
9.6
9.9

15.2
8.4
6.7

18.1
9.1
9.0

22.5
10.3
12.2

33.2
12.9
20.3

45.4
16.6
28.9

58.3
19.6
38.6

60.3
21.0
39.3

52.2
21.2
31.0

Transportation
Communication..

6.6
1.1

5.6
1.1

4.4
1.0

3.2

3.0
.7

3.4

3.7

4.3
.9

4.6

4.1
1.0

4.6
1.1

5.0
1.1

6.3
1.2

8.6
1.5

10.8
1.7

11.2
1.8

10.5
1.0

Electric, gas, and sanitary
services.
Wholesale and retail trade

1.6

1.6

1.6

13.5

12.4

9.9

12.8

10.7

8.8

8.8

8.4

7.2

5.1

5.3

5.4

.7

.5

Mining and construction
Manufacturing
Nondumblo coods
Durable goods

Finance, insurance, and real
estate.
Services
Government and government
enterprises.
Rest of the world

.8
1.5
6.5
7.0
5.7
5.2
.4

1.3
5.6
5.9
5.1
5.3
.3

.8

.8

1.4

1.4

8.3

9.4

5.6

6.0

5.8

6.2

6.3

6.7

.3

.4

1.6
10.8
6.7
6.8
8.1

1.0
1.7
12.4
7.3
7.5
7.8

1.7

1.8

1.9

2.1

2.2

2.2

2.2

2.3

12.1

12.6

14.5

17.4

20.4

23.9

25.8

28.0

7.7

8.0

8.3

9.3

10.7

11.6

12.3

13.0

7.2

7.6

8.0

8.9

10.3

11.8

13.2

14.1

8.5

8.5

8.8

10.5

16.3

27.0

33.7

36.8

.4

.4

.4

.4

.4

.4

.4

.3

1949

1948

1947

1946

7.1

Line
III

II

IV

III

III

IV

II

IV

III

IV

170.6

178.0

186.2

192.5

194.6

195.8

198.8

206.8

215.6

223.2

228.0

229.8

222.1

217.0

217.1

214.0

Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries
Mining and construction

16.2
8.4

17.1
8.8

19.5
10.1

20.3
10.6

20.4
11.4

17.3
12.3

18.5
13.1

19.4
13.8

19.5
14.9

22.7
15.7

22.7
16.8

21.5
16.7

17.3
16.1

16.6
15.3

16.0
14.6

16.5
14.4

Manufacturing
Nondurable goods
Durable goods

40.5
23.4
17.2

49.2
25.0
24.2

51.1
23.5
27.7

55.7
27.4
28.3

56.5
27.4
29.1

59.4
26.8
32.5

28.6
31.3

62.2
29.2
33.0

67.0
32.0
35.0

67.9
33.1
34.8

69.4
33.3
36.1

70.6
33.2
37.4

67.5
31.3
36.2

64.0
30.1
33.9

65.5
30.5
35.0

62.1
30.2
31.9

9.6
2.9

10.7
1.4

10.7
2.2

10.4
2.2

11.0
2.3

11.6
1.9

11.7
2.4

12.1
2.6

12.7
2.7

12.8
2.8

12.8
2.8

12.9
2.9

12.4
2.9

12.3
3.1

12.0
3.1

11.6
3.1

Electric, gas, and sanitary services
Wholesale and retail trade

2.6
32.1

2.5
33.8

2.7
36.0

2.6
36.3

2.5
36.7

2.9
36.7

2.8
37.4

2.8
39.3

3.1
38.9

3.1
40.0

3.2
40.2

3.4
40.3

3.5
40.1

3.7
39.4

3.8
38.7

3.6
37.9

Finance, insurance, and real estate
Services

14.7
15.9

15.3
16.4

15.5
17.0

15.9
17.5

15.8
17.7

15.7
18.2

16.1
18.3

17.0
18.3

17.6
19.5

18.1
19.9

18.6
20.3

19.1
20.3

19.3
20.3

19.5
20.4

19.9
20.4

20.5
20.8

Government and government enterpiises.
Rest of the world

27.2
.5

22.4
.5

20.8
.5

20.3

19.5
.8

19.1
.8

17.9
.8

18.3
.9

18.7
.9

19.1
1.0

20.2
1.0

21.1
1.0

21.6
1.0

21.8
1.0

22.2
1.0

22.6

III

IV

All Industries, total

_

Transportation
Communication

1956

Line

1957
III

All industries, total

IV

1959

1958
III

IV

II

III

IV

343.0

348.3

351.9

359.3

364.5

366.0

369.5

364.0

357.9

359.3

370.2

383.0

392.4

404.9

399.7

402.8

15.1
24.1

15.1
25.1

15.9
25.4

15.8
25.7

15.1
25.7

15.2
26.0

15.9
25.9

15.9
25.5

18.2
24.7

17.9
24.2

17.8
24.6

17.7
25.3

17.0
25.8

16.3
26.4

15.3
25.9

15.6
26.0

111.8
46.1
65.7

112.2
46.1
66.1

111.3
46.0
65.3

116.4
46.5

118.9
46.7
72.2

117.4
46.6
70.9

116.6
46.5
70.1

111.8
45.7
66.2

104.3
44.3
60.0

102.9
44.1
58.8

103.3
46.4
61.9

114.8
47.9
67.0

121.6
49.8
71.8

128.9
51.2
77.7

122.9
51.9
71.0

122.5
51.4
71.1

Transportation...
Communication.

16.8
6.0

17.1
6.1

16.7
6.3

17.3
6.3

17.4
6.5

17.5
6.6

17.7
6.7

17.1
6.8

16.2
6.8

16.1
7.0

16.6
7.1

17.3
7.2

17.8
7.5

18.2
7.7

17.7
7.7

17.9
7.9

Electric, gas, and sanitary services.
Wholesale and retail trade

6.5
53.0

6.6
54.3

6.7
56.0

6.7
55.8

6.8
56.7

6.9
56.9

7.0
58.0

7.2
57.3

7.3
56.0

7.4
56.8

7.5
58.9

7.6
61.4

7.9
61.9

8.0
63.7

8.2
63.7

8.4
64.0

Finance, insurance, and real estate.
Services

35.1
33.0

35.8
33.6

36.2
34.2

36.7
34.8

37.0
35.7

37.7
36.3

38.7
36.8

39.3
37.0

39.8
37.4

40.4
38.2

41.1
38.6

42.2
39.3

42.3
40.2

43.3
41.3

44.4
42.2

44.7
43.4

Government and government enterprises.
Rest of the world

39.5
2.1

40.3
2.1

41.2
2.1

41.8
2.0

42.5
2.1

43.1
2.4

44.0
2.3

44.2
2.0

45.3
1.9

46.4
2.0

47.7
2.1

48.1
2.1

48.5
2.1

49.1
2.0

49.5
2.1

50.0
2.5

Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries..
Mining and construction
Manufacturing
Nondurable goods.
Durable goods

10

,' n T o h e i n ( ! u s t r i a t 1 classification for 1929-48 is based on the 1942 Standard Industrial Classification S^
t
iystem; t h a t for 1948-65 is the 1957 Standard Industrial Classification. Annual estimates
for 1948 are shown b y both classifications so that users may gage the comparability of data for the ear'
rlier and later periods.




THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OP THE UNITED STATES

17

and Seasonally Adjusted Quarterly Totals at Annual Rates, 1946-65
[Billions of dollars]
1946

1947

19481

1948 *

1949

1950

1951

1952

1953

1954

1955

1956

1957

1958

1959

1960

1961

1962

1963

19G4

1965

181.9

199.0

221.2

224.2

217.5

241.1

278.0

291.4

304.7

303.1

331.0

350.8

366.1

367.8

400.0

414.5

427.3

457.7

181.9

517.3

559.0

1

18.2

18.9

21.5

21.6

16.6

17.6

20.1

19.2

17.2

] 6.4

15.4

15.5

15.5

17.9

16.0

10.9

17.9

18.5

18.6

17.7

21.0

2

Line

9.5

L2.7

16.0

16.0

15.1

17.2

19.8

20.7

21.0

20.8

22.5

25.1

25.8

24.7

26.0

26.5

27.2

28.5

30.2

32.4

34.8

3

49.1
24.9
24.3

59.5
28.0
31.5

67.6
32.1
35.4

68.7
32.9
35.8

64.8
30.5
34.2

76.2
33.3
42.9

90.2
38.4
51.8

92.5
38.2
54.3

100.4
40.3
60.1

94.6
39.7
54.9

107.9
44.0
63.8

113.1
46.2
66.8

116.3
46.4
69.9

107.7
45.7
62.0

124.0
51.1
72.9

125.8
62.2
73.6

125.1
52.8
72.3

137.0
55.6
81.4

143.8
57.5
86.3

155.1
61.5
93.6

170.4
65.6
104.8

4
5
G

10.3
2.2

] 1.6

12.8
2.8

12.8
2.8

12.0
3.0

13.4
3.3

14.9
3.9

15.5
4.3

15.8
4.8

14.6
5.1

15.9
5.7

17.0
6.2

17.4
6.7

16.6
7.0

17.9
7.7

18.2
8.2

18.3
8.6

] 9.1

20.0
9.8

21.4
10.5

22.9
11.2

7
8

2.3

9.3

2.6

2.8

3.2

3.2

3.6

3.9

4.5

5.0

5.4

5.9

6.2

6.6

7.0

7.4

8.1

8.9

9.4

9.7

10.3

11.1

11.6

9

34.6

37.6

41.7

39.9

39.0

40.9

45.1

46.7

47.3

43.3

52.3

54.8

57.2

58.2

63.3

64.4

66.2

'ro.3

73.4

79.1

83.6

10

15.3

16.1

18.3

18.4

19.8

22.0

24.1

26.5

29.3

32.0

34.1

35.9

38.2

40.9

43.7

45.8

48.0

I>0.7

53.6

57.1

61.0

11

16.7

18.1

19.5

20.0

20.5

21.8

23.5

25.1

26.8

27.8

31.1

33.9

36.5

38.4

41.8

44.5

47.2

I>0.7

54.1

58.9

63.0

12

22.7

18.7

19.8

19.8

22.0

23.6

30.4

34.7

35.5

36.1

38.1

40.7

43.4

46.9

49.3

52.9

56.6

tSO. 7

64.7

70.0

75.2

13

.6

.8

1.0

1.0

1.0

1.2

1.3

1.3

1.3

1.6

1.8

2.1

2.2

2.0

2.2

2.4

2.9

3.3

3.4

4.0

4.3

14

1950

1951

1952

1954

1953

1955

Line
I

II

III

222.3 232.7

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

248.4

260.8

270.0

276.2

280.5

285.3

286.3

286.6

291.7

301.2

306.0

307.9

306.4

298.5

299.3

299.5

302.9

310.9

320.5

328.7

334.5

340.9

1

16.9
15.0

16.7
16.7

17.8
18.1

18.9
18.8

19.6
19.2

20.1
19.8

20.1
20.1

20.6
20.3

18.9
20.9

19.5
20.1

21,0
20.7

17.6
21.2

17.7
21.2

17.1
20.9

16.7
21.0

17.1
21.0

17.6

20.8

16.0
20.9

16.5
20.6

15.8
21.0

15.7
21.6

15.6
22.5

15.3
22.8

15.1
23.1

2
3

66.3
30.8
35.5

72.4
32.2
40.2

80.0
34.1
46.0

86.3
36.4
50.0

88.1
37.4
50.7

90.8
38.6
52.2

90.9
39.2
51.6

91.3
33.4
52.8

91.6
37.7
53.8

89.6
37.4
52.1

90.4
38.2
52.1

98.7
39.5
59.2

102.8
40.5
62.2

103.1
40.9
62.2

101.7
40.6
61.1

93.7
39.0
54.8

94.1
39.4
54.7

93.8
39.3
54.6

92.9
39.2
53.6

97.4
40.8
56.6

102.9
42.1
60.8

107.0
43.6
63.5

109.1
44.2
64.9

112.7
46.1
66.6

4
5
6

12.2
3.1

12.7
3.3

13.9
3.4

14.5
3.5

14.5
3.7

15.0
3.8

14.9
3.9

15.4
4.0

15.8
4.2

] 5.1

15.2
4.3

15.9
4.5

15.9

4.1

16.2
4.7

16.0
4.8

15.4
4.9

14.7
4.9

14.5
5.0

14.5
5.1

14.8
5.2

15.3
5.4

15.8
5.6

16.2
5.7

16.4
5,9

7
8

3.8
39.3

3.9
40.2

4.0
41.9

4.1
42.4

4.3
45.3

4.4

4.6
45.0

4.8
45.8

5.0
45.1

4.9
46.6

5.1

46.7

5.3
4S.3

47.6

5.4
47.8

5.5
47.3

5.6

44.3

46.4

5.7
46.7

5.9
47.1

6.1
49.0

6.1
50.2

6.1
51.7

6.2
51.7

6.2
52.7

6.4
53.1

9
10

21.1
21.2

21.5
21.5

22.4
21.9

23.0
22.4

23.2
23.0

23.7
23.3

24.3
23.7

25.1
24.1

25.4
24.6

26.0
24.9

26.8
25.2

27.7
25.6

28.2
26.1

23.9
26.8

29.7
27.1

30.4
27.3

30.8
27.1

31.5
27.3

32.4
27.9

33.1
28.8

33.4
29.6

33.8
30.6

34.5
31.9

34.8
32.7

11
12

22.5
1.0

22.6
1.0

23.7
1.3

25.6
1.3

27.9
1.1

29.7
1.4

31.7
1.3

32.4
1.5

33,7
1.3

34.6
1.3

35.1
1.3

35.3
1.3

35.4
1.3

35.7
1.4

35.5
1.2

35.4
1.3

35.5
1.5

35.9
1.5

36.3
1.6

36.6
1.8

37.0
1.8

38.1
1.7

38.4
1.8

38.9
1.9

13
14

1960

I

II

414.2 417.1
15.5
26.4

17.0
26.7

130.8 127.9
52.6 52.6
78.2 75.3

1961

4.6
5.3

II

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

470.6

477.4

485.7

493.9

504.0

513.7

522.9

523.6

543.3

552.2

562.7

577.8

1

18.8
29.2

18.5
29.9

18.6
30.6

18.4
30.9

17.7
31.3

18.0
32.1

17.4
32.6

17.7
33.4

18.6
34.1

21.4
34.4

21.9
34.6

22.1
35.9

3

157.9
62.9
95.0

166.7
64.4
102.2

167.6
64.9
102.7

170.8
65.6
105.2

176.5
67.5
103.9

4
5
6

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

415.2

411.7

412.2

422.6

430.7

443.4

443.8

456.0

460.4

465.6

18.7
28.4

18.2
28.8

18.1
28.9

124.3
52.3
72.0

18.4
8.0

18.4
8.2

18.2
8.3

8.6
63.9

8.9
65.4

45.3
43.7
51.2
2.3

17.6
26.5
120.2
51.3
68.9

17.8
26.5
118.0
51.1
66.9

9.1
64.6

17.8
8.4
9.2
63.6

9.0
64.0

45.8
44.2

46.0
44.8

46.3
45.2

52.2
2.3

53.7
2.3

54.4
2.6




17.5
8.4

17.8
27.0
123.1
51.9
71.2

17.8
27.4

18.3
28.0

18.3
27.8

Line

III

III

17.3
26.7

1965

1964

1963

1962

126.2
53.1
73.1

132.5
54.7
77.8

133.9
54.6
79.2

136.5
55.6
80.9

138.0
55.7
82.3

139.7
56.5
83.2

139.0
56.1
82.9

142.9
57.1
85.8

145.5
53.0
87.5

143.0
58.8
89.2

151.2
59.9
91.4

153.9
61.2
92.7

157.3
61.9
95.3

18.5
8.7

18.9
8.9

18.9
9.0

18.9
9.2

19.1
9.5

19.3
9.4

19.4

9.5

19.9
9.7

20.2
10.0

20.5
10.0

21.0
10.2

21.1
10.5

21.6
10.5

21.8
10.9

22.0
10.9

22.8
10.9

23.1
11.2

23.7
11.6

7
8

9.4
66.9

9.7
68.3

9.6
69.3

9.7
70.1

9.3
70.8

9.9
71.0

10.1
72.3

10.2
72.5

10.5
73.6

10.6
75.2

10.7
77.1

10.9
78.8

11.3
80.0

11.4
80.5

11.3
82.1

11.6
82.5

11.7
83.9

11.9
85.9

9
10

46.9
46.1

17.9
8.5
9.3
65.8
47.8
46.6

43.2
47.4

48.9
43.4

49.6
49.3

50.4
50.5

51.2
51.0

51.8
51.8

52.6
52.9

52.9
53.6

53.8
54.7

54.9
55.4

55.4
57.0

56.7
53.5

57.7
59.7

58.7
60.4

59.3
60.6

60.3
62.0

61.5
64.1

62.9
65.3

11
12

55.1
2.9

55.9
2.8

56.9
3.1

53.4
3.0

59.7
3.0

60.3
3.2

60.8
3.2

62.0
3.7

63.2
3.5

64.0
3.3

64.8
3.3

66.7
3.3

68.1

69.1
4.0

70.8
4.0

72.0

72.9
4.7

73.9
4.8

75.7
4.1

78.5
3.4

13
14

4.2

3.8

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

18

Table 1.12.—National Income
(Millions of dollars]

Alt Industries, total
Agriculture, fores try, and fisheries
Farm.
Agricultural services, forestry, and fisheries
Metal mining
Anthracite mining
Hltumlnous ami other soft coal mining
Crude petroleum and natural gas
Nonrnetalllc mining and quarrying
Contract construction
Manufacturing
Nondurable goods
2,128
256
1,793
1,270
558

Food nnd kindred products
Tobacco manufactures
Textile mill products
Apparel and other finished fabric products
Taper and allied products

2,392
299
,406
1,013
502

1,865
325
1,151
821
387

2,418
202
1,607
1,009
564

1,395
211
1,209
867
460

1,259
1,168
604
294
466

Printing, publishing, and allied industries.
Chemicals and allied products.
Products of petroleum and coal
Rubber products
Leather and leather products
Lumber and timber basic products
Furniture and finished lumber products
Stone, clay, and glass products
Iron and steel and their products, Including ordnance
Non ferrous metals and their products
Machinery, except electrical
Electrical machinery
Transportation equipment, except automobiles
Automobiles and automobile equipment
Miscellaneous manufacturing
Railroads
Local and highway passenger transportation
Highway freight transportation and warehousing
Water transportation
Air transportation
Pipeline transportation
Services allied to transportation

3,746
765
544
216
-10
105
228

Telephone, telegraph, and related services
Had to broadcasting and television
ElcclHt, g*5, and sanitary services
utilities: electric and gas
I,ocal utilities and public services, n.e.c
Wholesale and retail trade
\V holesale trade
Retail trade and automobile services
Finance, insurance, and real estate
Banking
Security and commodity brokers, dealers, and exchanges
Finance, n.e.c
Insurance carriers
Insurance agents and combination offices
Real estate

2,018
726
169
849
421
8,630

1,641
97
-14
775
402
7,806

Hotels and other lodging places
Personal services
Private households.
Commercial and trade schools and employment agencies
Huslness services, n.e.c
Miscellaneous repair services and hand trades
Motion pictures.

418
962
1,017
32
578
230
391

Amusement and recreation, except motion pictures
Medical and other health services
Legal services
Engineering and other professional services, n.e.c
Educational services, n.e.c
Nonprofit membership organizations, n.e.c

211
1,115
624
121
365
528

73 i Government and government enterprises
Federal
General government
Government enterprises
State and local
General government
G o v e r n m e n t enterprises

_

V.e.c—N'ot elsewhere classified.
"
Tho industrial classification for 193MS is based on the 1942 S t a n d a r d I n d u s t r i e r w ^
H O *
t a n a a r a Industrial Classification System; t h a t for 1948-65 is the 1957 S t a n d a r d I n d u s t r i a l Classification.




T h u s , estimates

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

19

1

by Industry : Annually, 1929-48, 1948-65
[Millions of dollars]
1939

Line

1940

1941

1942

1943

1944

1945

1946

1047

1948 >

AH industries, total

72,564

81,124

104,222

137,065

170,322

182,592

181,485

181,879

199,018

224,178

Agriculture, forestry, a n d fisheries .

6,026

6,14:

8,40;

12,166

14,398

14,495

15,204

18,237

18,861

21,523

Farms
Agricultural services, forestry, and fisheries..
Mining-

5,854
172

8,200
201

11,911
255

14,119
279

14,164
331

14,841
363

17,823
414

18,397
464

20,974

2,764

2,960

2,794

3,011

4,241

1,633

Manufacturing

2,588

443
137
624
576
152

505
165
806
678
206

581
192
990
571
254

493
214
1,133
60S
251

403
238
1,264
825
230

2,342

Contract construction..

2,360

345
125
603
529
131

Metal mining
_
Anthracite mining
Bituminous and other soft coal mining..
Crude petroleum and natural gas
Nonmetallic mining and quarrying

1,932

2,589

4,219

6,491

5,477

4,146

18.094

33,211

45,437

58,253

60,331

9,093

Nondurable goods..

22,481
10,314

12,894

16,684

19,647

21,006

334
218
1,194
819
229
4,292
52,186

Food and kindred products
Tobacco manufactures
Textile mill products
Apparel and other finished fabric productsPaper and allied products

2,302
309
1,267
1,043
555

2,480
267
1,515
1,152
664

2,763
230
2,072
1,476
1,029

3,706
190
2,856
1,937
1,123

4,402
192
3,017
2,424
1,256

4,054
284
2,065
2,707
1,347

21,222
5,005
236
3,012
2,915
1,339

Printing, publishing, and allied industriesChemicals and allied products
Products of petroleum and coal
Rubber products
Leather and leather products

1,221
1,203
4S0
280
433

1,264
1,492
601
324
465

1,375
1,943
889
496
621

1,445
2,776
1,174

597
780

1,748
3,350
1,499
899
860

2,030
3,350
1,465
1,020
884

Durable goods.

287
280
1,249
882
307

491
304
1,828
1,233
385

6,498
8,425
49,134
24,864

59,496

554
5,380
010
346
2,103
1,867
454
10,612
67,571

4,008
3,365
1,716

28,035
5,810
356
4,655
3,393
2,221

2,235
3,216
1,410
929
925

2,705
3,278
1,764
1,083
1,083

3,061
3,768
2,504
1,134
1,119

32,123
0,644
418
5,130
3,504
2,346
3,304
4,451
3,041
1,089
1,240

5,542
320

9,001

12,167

20,317

28,853

38,606

39,325

30,964

24,270

31,461

35,448

Lumber and timber basic products
Furniture and finished lumber products
Stone, clay, and glass products
Iron and steel and their products, including ordnance..

503
507
666
2,274

601
563
761
3,081

918
784
1,072
5,082

1,099
883
1,174

1,144
951
1,194
9,071

1,158
1,028
1,136
9,044

1,036
1,052
1,146
7,383

1,487
1,369
1,570
5,574

1,985
1,524
1,804
7,581

4,040
2,140

Nonferrous metals and their products
Machinery, except electrical
Electrical machinery
Transportation equipment, except automobiles
Automobiles and automobile equipment
Miscellaneous manufacturing

593
1,496
853
399
1,183
522

792
2,180
1,136
816
1,599
638

1,206
3,847
1,897
2,267
2,349
895

1,493
5,396
2,475
6,217
2,009
1,209

1,945
5,927
3,357
12,107
1,333
1,577

1,935
5,819
3,720
12,465
1,401
1,619

1,686
5,087
3,056
7,742
1,116
1,605

1,779
4,767
2,385
1,700
1,964
1,675

1,956
6,217
3,463
1,528
3,561
1,782

7,030
3,651
1,883
4,051
(")

10,791

11,243

10,536

10,341

11,594

12,793

1,218
1,313
595
151
129
41G

6,892
1,293
1,359
857
175
145
522

5,995
1,305
1,404
989
192
131
520

5,452
1,501
1,714
823
216
123
507

6,271
1,482
2,011
312
247
157
614

7,124
1,457
2,315
315
307
194
581

Transportation

_

4,643

ZZZZ ZZZZZ

-

insurance agents and combination offices
Real estate,..

_

services..
Hotels and other lodging places
Personal services.,..
.

Private households

HI"

III"!

—

General government.'ZlZIIIIZIIIZZZZIZ-I
Government enterprises
State and local..

general govermnentV"ZII""IZIZZIIII"IIZ
Government enterprises

fc*tofthe world

Cfe^^^^



1,822

1,929

2,182

2,300

2,817

1,544
139

1,647
175

1,743
186

1,977
205

2,073
227

2,503
254

1,925

2,187

2,243

2,227

2,290

2,614

2,791

3,174

1,858
67

2,001
71

2,115
72

2,144
83

2,202

2,520
94

2,637
104

n.a.
n.a.

14,460

17,411

20,423

2,164
79
23,882

25,768

28,010

34,604

37,551

41,674

4,500
9,960

5,276
12,135

6,223
14,200

6,923
16,959

7,647
18,121

8,244
19,766

10,443
24,156

11,679
25,872

13,033
23,591

8,301

9,279

10,730

11,631

12,303

12,983

15,318

16,143

18,329

880
204
163
904
390
5,450

186
186
872
405
5,672

1,096
143
220
903
444
6,468

1,186
105
362
983
468
7,626

1,406
209
280
1,026
433
8,222

1,658
223
271
1,023
520
8,594

1,824
338
267
1,021
568
8,915

2,228
394
45
1,397
750
10,504

2,310
217
-5
1,463
858
11,295

2,543
232
-99
1,919
947
1?, 737

8,026

8,867

10,268

11,796

13,153

14,128

16,670

18,093

19,537

878
1,899
1,600
159
916
610
830

990
2,015
1,890
134
1,056
701
882

1,087
2,121
2,145
72
1,182
703
929

1,320
2,561
2,123
90
1,483
837
1,123

1,289
2,640
2,350
113
1,641
934
1,045

1,341
2,840
2,363
133
1,859
934
902

507
2,341
874
320
532
916

613
2,459
930
335
569

815
3,025
957
480
658
1,193

796
3,642
1,036
589
810
1,308

830
4,020
1,176
782
365
1,492

--

485
1,053
1,132
34
642
261
434

532
1,154
1,221
34
668
261
448

585
1,292
1,240
57
781
350
513

675
1,552
1,430
112
829
419
652

288
1,381
692
181
415
556

310
1,463
719
193
424
599

1,575
763
264
439
640

388
1,806
793
385
461
716

436
1,983
814
344
503
819

8,523

I

commercial and trade schools and employment agencies.
Businessa n e o u s
services, n.e.c
XTSSeil
repair services and hand trades
Motion pictures
Amusement and recreation, except motion pictures.
Medical and other health services
Legal services
£ 2 P e e r i n g and other professional services, n . e . c . . .
fcaucational services, n.e.c
nonprofit membership organizations, n.e.c
overnmentand government enterprises
Federal

1,683

1,365
109

7,991

Banking
Security and commodity'brokVrsrdeaferV,"and exchanges..
Finance, n.e.c
„

1,474

1,131
106
2,072

3,876
8,728

Wholesale trade
Retail trade and automobile services.
Finance, insurance, and real estate

1,237

12,604

Utilities: electric and gas
Local utilities and public services, n.e.c.
Wholesale and retail trade.
_

1,111
1,020
91

1,702
64

,_.

2,734
515
743
280
44
131
196

5,566
904
1,190
425
113
117

7,554

Electric, gas, and sanitary services

8,604

1,766

TeL
,.—graph, and related services..
Rad. > broadcasting and television.

6,302
3,774
582
1,027
432
77
145
265

76

Communication.

5,039
2,939
526
819
336
57
131
231

1,075

Railroads
Local and highway passenger transportation
Highway freight transportation and warehousing..
Water transportation..
Air transportation
Pipeline transportation
._
Services allied to transportation.

Insurance carriers.

M2,653

8,762

10,500

16,332

27,037

33,716

36,764

22,699

18,699

19,772

31,034
29,786
1,243

16,100
14,606
1,494

10,863
9,395
1,463

10,613
8,036
1,677

4,133
3,414
719

4,235
3,489
746

5,835
5,027
808

11,563
10,645
918

22,038
20,899
1,139

28,433
27,250
1,183

4,390
4,185
205

4,527
4,289

4,665
4,388
277

4,769
4,473
296

4,999
4,663
336

5,278
4,933
340

5,730
5,370
360

6,599
6,177
422

7,836
7,320
516

9,159
8,502
657

313

357

363

365

367

423

369

571

324

991

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

20

Table 1.12.—National Income
(Millions of dollars]

All Industries, toUl

224,178

1952

1953

1954

1955

291,380

304,73-

303,13f

331,018

16,443

15,430

15,484
14,530
954

1949

19481

Line

_ _ _ ^ _ ^ ^ _

I

1950

1951

217,494

241,074

277,978

19,211

I

Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries.

16,593

17,601

Farms
Agricultural services, forestry, and fisheries..
Mining..
0
7
8
9

21,623

20,104

20,974
649

15,922
671

16,883
718

18,356
855

16,2887!

15,51
92?

14,500
930

5,434

4,643

5,249

19,316
788
5,741

5,498

5,439

5,252

5,881

610
2,449
1,921
454

482
1,718
1,881
462

651
1,997
2,062
539

745
2,114
2,260
622

678
1,830
2,357
633

785
1,70'c
228

73:
1,30
2,501
7i:

1,448
2,708

Metal mining
Coal mining
Crude- petroleum and natural gas.
Mining and quarrying of nonmetallic minerals..,

10

Contract construction-

10,612

10,534

11,901

14,099

15,204

15,581

15,572

11

Manufacturing

68,707

64,767

76,223

90,230

92,490

100,355

94,5&

32,886

30,532

33,345

38,391

38,229

40,292

39,687

12

350,799

Nondurable goods..

1,030
1,745
2,916

794
16,640
107,868
44,025

18,525
113,072
46,239

13
14
15
16
17

Food and kindred products
Tobacco manufactures
Teitilo mill products
.—Apparel and other fabricated textile products..
Paper and allied products
,

7,621
418
5,030
3,598
2,349

7,445
495
4,011
3,426
2,180

7,723
468
4,401
3,524
2,703

8,174
546
5,047
3,916
3,382

8,856
586
4,462
4,021
3,146

9,301
702
4,287
4,158
3,331

18
19
20
21
22

Printing, publishing, and allied industries..
Chemicals and allied products
Petroleum refining and related industries. _.
Rubber and miscellaneous plastic products.,
Leather and leather products

3,353
4,107
3,893
1,263
1,254

3,499
4,149
3,059
1,150
1,118

4,944
3,457
1,313
1,125

3,926
5,990
4,142
1,921
1,347

4,183
5,775
3,833
2,009
1,358

4,530
6,090
4,458
2,071
1,363

9,41
69:
3,701
3,956
3,404
4,70S
6,23f
4,445
1,77'
1,35:

51,839

54,261

60,063

54,896

3,106
1,599
3,006

2,882
1,552
3,367
8,001
6,255

3,385
1,802
4,040
10,493

3,424
1,923
4,194
11,291
7,383

23

Durablo goods.-

10,300
706
4,183
4,198
3,805
5,137
7,352
4,784
2,166
1,394
63,843

10,352
750
4,263
4,485
4; 293
5,478
7,615
5,084
2,427
1,492

35,821

34,235

42,878

21
25
20
27

Lumber and wood products, except furnituro..
Furnituro and fixtures
Stone, clay, and glass products
Primary metal industries
,
Fabricated metal products

2,776
1,189
2,288
6,144
4,353

2,334
1,162
2,238

2,953
1,399
2,802
7,394

3,972

5,947

3,034
1,612
3,320
9,698
6,563

29
30
31

Machinery, cicept electrical
Electrical machinery
Transportation equipment and ordnance, except motor
vehicles.
Motor vehicles and motor vehicle equipment
Instruments
Miscellaneous manufacturing industries

6,322
4,030
2,052

5,749
3,793
2,088

6,614
4,822
2,259

9,133
5,756
3,774

9,953
6,581
5,794

10,038
7,326
6,933

P,13^
6,686
6,678

9,621
7,124
6,617

11,356
7,972
7,322

4,026
1,038
1,603

4,796
1,019
1,462

6,582
1,268
1,723

1,618
1,825

6,375
1,826
1,835

7,582
2,007
1,950

6,441
2,019
1,884

9,553
2,169
2,079

7,377
2,423
2,168

12,793

15,833

14,613

15,935

16,97*

7,102
1,484
4,322
1,420
877
293
437

7,549
1,481
4,637
1,552
972
313
470

32
33
31

35
3fl
37
3S
40
41
42
43

44
45
4G
47

4S
49
50
5t
52
03
54
55
56
57
53
59
CO
01
62
63
64
C5
06
67
63
69
70

Transportation.

15,485

1,407
2,392
989
391
205
304

7,772
1,499
3,114

7,897
1,541
3,401
1,308
652
294
392

7,686
1,521
3,822
1,397
722
283
397

6,54:
1,476
3,860

3,034

3,346

4,280

4,757

5,061

5,657

6,156

2,771
263

3,029
317

3,845
435

4,276

4,519
542

5,016
641

5,459
697

3,174

Wholesale and retail trade

14,946

7,073
1,398
2,826
1,029
474
259
303

2,563
254

Telcpbonoand tolegrapb
Radio broadcasting and television..
Electric, fas, and sanitary services.,

13,362

2,817

Communication.

12,050

7,124
1,463
2,315
1,066
344
194'
287

Kailroad transportation......
Local, suburban, and highway passenger,
Motor freight transportation and warehousing..
warehot
Water transportation
Air transportation..,
Pipeline transportation....
Transportation services

3,650

3,910

5,924

6,218

6,639

1,332
582
284

3,475
391
4,548

481
5,049
5,430

1,238
785
297

410

39,861

Banking
Credit agencies, holding and other investment companies
Security and commodity brokers
Insurance carriers
Insurance agents, brokers, and service
Real estate
Services
Hotels and other lodging places
.
Personal sen-ices
Miscellaneous business services
—.
Automobile repair, automobile services, and garages
Miscellaneous repair services
Motion pictures
Amusement and recreation services, except motion pictures
Medical and other health services
Legal services
Educational services
...Nonprofit membership organizations
Miscellaneous professional services
Private households
Government and government enterprises.
Federal
General government
Government enterprises
State and local
General government
Government enterprises
Rest of the world

I

I
'

!
j

52,270

12,187
26,848

13,307
27,636

45,091
15,376
29,715

15,593
31,087

47,264
15,777
31,487

48,251

54,806

15,825
32,426

17,841
34,429

19,326

19,781

22,005

24,058

26,469

29,291

31,959

34,105

35,929

2,543
-111
292
1,919
677
13,045

2,705
-152
311
2,345
701
13,871

3,037
-213
415
2,208
824
15,734

3,485
-219
428
2,671
539
17,154

3,820
-229
444
2,631
1,084
18,719

4,232
-246
476

4,467
-156
682
3,301
1,330
22,335

20,029
1*341
2,840
1,439
908
701
902
830
3,925
1,176
972
3,492
1,140
2,363

20,469

22,033

10,613
8,936
1,677
9,159
8,502
657
991

11,886
10,027
1,859

21,768
1,388
3,021
1,684
864
665
866
788
4,412
1,344
1,109
1,803
1,252
2,572
23,602
12,699
10,760
1,939
10,903
10,124
779

23,540

19,772

l

40,943

18,365

Finance, Insurance, and real esUtte.,

39,035

12,857
27,004

Wholesolo trade.
Retail trade




1,533
3,190
9,361
6,015

25,053
1,557
3,277
2,204
958
812
869
880
5,273
1,515
1,222
2,096
1,776
2,614
34,669
21,364
18,925
2,439
13,305
12,225
1,080

1,362
2,908

1,474
841

1,164
2,356

10,147
9,422
725

1,464

3,164
1,945
932
750
877
820
4,827
1,455
1,170
1,971
1,504
2,661
30,418
18,402
16,256
2,146

12,016
11,136

46,680

1,292

1,192
20,549
26,811
1,592
3,416
2,484
1,012
833
849
984
5,801
1,606
1,300
2,310
1,934
2,690
35,509
21,040
18,614
2,426
14,469
13,306
1,163
1,303 !

27,762
1,623
3,500
2,672
1,034
822
953
1,039
5,874
1,758
1,405
2,486
2,026
2,570
36,102
20,220.
17,805
2,415
15,882
14,669
1,213
1,616

on the * , S t a n d a r d I n d U 3 t r i a l c l a 5 s i f l c a l o n S y s t e m ; t h a t [ o r l M M 5 i s t h e i 9 5 7 s t a n d a r d i n a |
u s t r i a l Classification.

Thus,

21

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES
by Industry1: Annually, 1948-65
[Millions of dollars]
Line

1957

AH industries, total
Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries...
Farms.
*
Agricultural services, forestry, and fisheries.
Mining..
Metal mining
Coal mining.- ._____.
„
.
.....
Crude petroleum and natural gas
„
Mining and quarrying of nonmetallic minerals-..
Contract construction..
Manufacturing
Nondurable goods-.
Food and kindred products
Tobacco manufactures..Textile mill products
Apparel and other fabricated textile products.
Paper and allied products
_
Printing, publishing, and allied industries
Chemicals and allied products
..
Petroleum refining and related industries
Rubber and miscellaneous plastic products
Leather and leather products
Durable goods..
Lumber and wood products, except furniture.
Furniture and fixtures
_
Stone, clay, and glass products
Primary metal industries
Fabricated metal products
Machinery, except electrical
Electrical machinery
_
Transportation equipment and ordnance, except motor
vehicles.
Motor vehicles and motor vehicle equipment.—
Instruments
,
Miscellaneous manufacturing industries
35 Transportation
_____
fiailroad transportation
.
Local, suburban, and highway passenger.......
Motor freight transportation and warehousing.
Water transportation
„.
__
_
Air transportation
I
__"____"„_"
Pipeline transportation
Transportation services
.. .
Communication

47

Telephone and telegraph
Radio broadcasting and television.
Electric, gas, and sanitary services
Wholesale and retail trade
Wholesale trade..
Retail trade

1958

1059

1960

1961

1962

19C3

1064

1005

366,096

367,762

400,025

414,522

427,341

457,687

481,927

517,281

559,020

15,509

17,910

16,035

16,852

17,932

18,455

18,587

17,683

21,028

14,563
946

16,941

15,070
965
5,523

15,857
995

1J034

17,301
1,154

17,404
1,183

16,398
1,285

19,671
1,357

5,732

5,747

5,653

5,954

5,950

6,432

587
1,310
2,772
854

817
1,257
2,734
924

855
1,177
2,850
865

758
1,136
2,811
948

785
1,212
2,917
1,040

883
1*284
2,658
1,125

1,025
1,361
2,775
1,271

969
6,504

5,697
907
1,764
3,008
825
19,276
116,251
46,374

716
1,398
2,791
792
18,991
107,741

20,476

20,810

21,477

22,834

24,198

26,419

28,328

124,040

125,822

125,051

136,988

143,839

155,078

170,408

51,103

52,208

52,757

55,609

57,508

61,484

65,632

12,225
1,017
4,488
4,953
4,707

12,537
1,055
4,242
5,058
4,856

12,832
1,136
4,664
5,489
5,112

13,409
1,216
4,713
5,672
5,163

14,252
1,202
5,204
6,075
5,495

14,480
1,191
5,854
6,563
5,734

10,674
814
4,050
4,424
4,118

45,715
11,098
< 878
412
4,061

11,943
981
4,477
4,732
4,602

5,798
7,981
4,526
2,485
1,504

5,727
7,820
4,071
2,371
1,409

6,277
9,172
4,597
2,766
1,556

6,655
9,159
4,586
2,809
1,609

6,755
9,418
4,501
2,811
1,524

7,119
9,910
4,489
3,172
1,686

7,312
10,402
4,597
3,286
1,738

8,000
11,212
4,667
3,590
1,781

8,615
12,332
5,063
3,984
1,810

69,8,77

62,026

72,937

73,614

72,294

81,379

86,331

93,594

104,776

2,973
1,933
4,156
11,787
7,769

2,929
1,301
4,075
9,514
7,209

3,454
2,067
4,765
10,895

3,255
2,092
4,640
11,103
8,113

3,048
2,065
4,540
10,238
8,111

3,289
2,260
4,748
10,937
8,798

3,549
2,363
5,062
11,621
9,184

3,912
2,596
5,437
13,120
10,126

4,122
2,850
5,789
14,747
11,340

11,518
8,732
8,542

9,877
8,411
8,201

11,765
10,160
8,429

11,861
10,469
8,270

11,799
10,887
8,587

13,307
12,086
9,828

14,016
12,326
10,411

16,158
12,786
10,757

18,362
14,215
11,549

7,802
2,501
2,164

5,401
2,476
2,132

2; 902
2,342

8,532
2,954
2,325

7,595
2,982
2,442

10,314
3,265
2,547

11,848
3,507
2,544

12,287
3,715
2,700

14,537
4,391
2,874

17,407

16,569

17,903

18,177

18,252

19,060

20,025

21,372

22,926

7,503
1,542
4,890
1,626
1,025
321
500

6,746
1,520
4,960

6,941
1,598
5,697
1,522
1,283
357
505

6,718
1,639
5,840
1,654
1,400
355
571

6,475
1,678
6,051
1,655
1,443
357

6,438
1,703
1,724
1,664
340
603

6,634
1,716
6,913
1,815
1,881
426
640

6,795
1,771
7,463
2,001
2,229
429
684

7,084
1,857
8,185
2,018
2,574
454
754

7,709

8,237

8,640

9,284

9,820

10,529

11,152

6,857
852

7,304
933

7,738
902

8,253
1,031

8,717
1,103

9,382
1,147

9,924
1,228

6,653
5,924
729

1,423

1,113
329
478
7,005
6,236

6,995

7,433

8,135

8,934

9,351

9,739

10,344

11.0S0

11,605

57,243

58,246

63,332

64,396

66,249

70,328

73,414

79,127

83,600

20,314
36,929

20,754
37,492

22,710
40,622

23,126
41,270

25,605
44,823

26,768
46,646

28,682
50,445

30,514
53,086

38,160

40,874

43,666

45,831

24,243
42,006
47,960

50,730

53,567

57,115

61,019

5.752
-106
935
3,231
1,635
26,713

6,006
-317
1,192
3,941
1,739
28,313

0,640
-402
1,391
4,299
1,838
29,900

7,276
-435
1,243
4,641
1,948
31,158

7,330
-496
1,656
4,946
2,028
32,496

7,596
-389
1,293
5,064
2,175
34,991

7,977
-361
1,397
4,903
2,268
37,383

8,562
-679
1,678
5,145
2,453
40,056

8,963
-615
1,745
5,329
2,590
43,007

Services.
Hotels and other lodging places
Personal services
Miscellaneous business services
Automobile repair, automobile services, and garages
Miscellaneous repair services
..........I
Motion pictures
MSS? 61 ? 0111 m^ recreation services,"except motion pictures...
Medical and other health services
Legal services
Educational services
l servicesSVWfit membership organizations
b h
pfit
g

36,45S
1,905
4,195
3,843
1,322
1,037
899
1,235
8,275
2,131
1,887
3,120
3,287
3,322

38,381
1,885
4,236
4,088
1,445
993
828
1,369
9,046
2,231
2,040
3,378
3,339
3,503

41,769
2,048
4,462
4,735
1,616
1,072
908
1,492
9,974
2,488
2,208
3,620
3,593
3,553

44,480
2,111
4,603
5,093
1,762
1,105
894
1,661
10,731
2,636
2,449
3,870
3,76t
3,799

47,159
2,134
4,795
5,541
1,824
1,181
933
1,789
11,482
2,982
2,713
4,041
4,011
3,733

50,678
2,270
5,036
6,122
2,017
1,227
890
1,849
12,609
3,162
3,010
4,298
4,385
3,803

54,134
2,423
5,282
6,614
2,174
1,315
910
1,970
13,519
3,424
3,374
4,562
4,743
3,824

63,013
2,785
6,012
8,343
2,535
1,482
1,205
2,237
15,562
3,881
4,137
5,291
5,579
3,964

Government and government enterprises
Federal
General governnientll
Government enterprises.-IIIIIII
State and local
General governmentIIIIIII"Iir"
Government enterprises
R
eat of the world

43,445

46,885

49,266

52,891

23,841
20,591
3,250
23,044
21,524
1,520
2,030

24,380
21,030
3,350
24,886
23,280
1,608
2,171

25,524
21,868
3,656

56,591
26,773
22,925
3,848
29,818
27,975
1,843
2,932

60,670

22,525
19,608
2,917
20,920
19,520
1,400 ;
2,195

28,347
24,277
4,070
32,323
30,391
1,932
3,268

64,681
29,676
25,261
4,415
35,005
32,859
2,146
3,364

58,911
2,592
5,690
7,528
2,356
1,391
1,054
2,126
14,666
3,724
3,765
4,904
5,216
3,909
70,003
31,858
27,156
4,702

finance, insurance, and real estate.
Banking
Credit agencies, holding" and "other Investment companies"^ 11
Security and commodity brokers
Insurance carriers... .
Real™1106

a r e SOOW

agents

>

brokers

»

and

service.."

27,367
25,615
1,752
2,360

B by both classifications so that users may gage the comparability of data for the earlier and later periods.




38,145
35,876
2,269
4,014

75,243

33,469
28,435
5,034
41,774
39,346
2,428
4,266

22

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES
Table 1-13.—National Income by Sector and Legal
[Millions of dollars]
1931

1932

1930

Na tional I n c o m c . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . —
Income originating in business, total

86,795

75,382

59,669 42,785 40,312

49,515

78,787

67,439

52,186 36,076 33,617

41,832

39,173

Corporate business, including mutual 45,882
financial institutions.
34,250
Compensation of employees
Wages and salaries
_
33,818
Supplements to wages and salaries..
432
Corporate profits and inventory 10,230
1
valuation adjustment.
Profits before tax '
9,758
472
Inventory valuation a d j u s t m e n t . - .
1,402
Net interest

28,993 19,248

18,025

30,81G 25,37G 19,019 18,008
30,399 24,996 18,690 17,706
329
302
380
417
0,820 2,016 - 1 , 2 2 8 - 1 , 1 8 5
958
-368 -2,275
3,560
3,260 2,414 1,047 - 2 , 1 4 3
1,202
1,457
1,537 1,571

1944

57,208 65,013

73,650

67,372

72,564 81,124 104,222 137,065 170,322 182,592

49,013 55,403

Mt 193

57,208

62,376

70,554

91,911 118,664 141,153 146,262

37,071

43,306

57,400

27, 761 33,046 38,408 33,125

21,051
20,714
337
1,661

23,063 26,282 30,557
22,697 25,645 29,256
637 1,301
366
3,212 5,498 6,632
3,439 6,236 6,663
-738
-227
-31
1,486 1,266
1,219
16,705 17,632 20,687
5,453 6,237 7,062
5,405 6,145 6,847
215
92
48
10,736 10, 921 13,161
10,786 11,041 13,190

27,275
25,848
1,427
4,685
3,722
063
1,165

I

73,665

88,800

90,954

29,825 32,866 41,609 52,862
28,288 31,218 39,612 50,520
2,342
1,997
1,618
1,537
9,579 15,016 20,106
6,143
6,857 9,779 17,487 21,310
-200 -2,471 -1,204
-714
775
697
861
1,103

64,158
61,311
2,847
24,119

67,098
63,907
3,191
23,527

24,892
-773
523

23,814
-287
329

36,919 43,452 46,127
12,722 14,610 16,137
12,301 14,165 15,666
445
421
471
23,735 28,483 29,680
24,102 28,639 29,749

18,530 19,520 21,263
7,755
6,778 7,203
7,475
6,525
280
267
253
11,266 11,815 13,008
11,045 11,981 13,053

27, 734
9,779
9,430
349
17,447
18,062

-166
502

-45
500

-615
508

-367
462

-156
359

-69
310

4,861
279
268
11
30
2,742
1,810

5,001
306
294
12
37
2,885
1,773

5,692
357
344
13
60
3,465
1,810

416
402
14
96
4,547
1,807

7,426
486
471
15
149
5,097
1,694

7,653
530

924
924
884
40

984
984
943
41

1,085
1,085
1,040
45

1,214
1,214
1,167
47

1,475
1,475
1,427
48

1,528
1,528

20,397
7,795
7,730
05
11,843
11,088

10,353
0,435
6,375
60
9,141
8,530

11,185
4,830
4,779
51
5,641
5,346

10,887
4,358
4,314
44
5,901
0,426

13,186
4,972
4,926
46
7,C61
7,715

755
759

Sole proprietors and partnerships
24,302
Compensation of e m p l o y e e s —
8,545
Wages and salaries
63
Supplements to wages and salaries..
15,062
Proprietors' Income
Income of unincorporated enter- 14,920
prises.
142
Inventory valuation adjustment....
632
Net i n t e r e s t . . . . . .

1943

1942

1938

24,166

2,286
-625
1,454

1941

1940

1937

1936

1935

1934

1933

1929

Line

295
714

-525

-54
553

-50
516

-120
474

-29
464

4,938
193
192
1
13
2,713
2,019

4,074
177
176
1
1,971
1,912

3,787
205
204
1
14
1,694
1,874

3,769
222
221
1
22
1,661
1,864

3,883
242
239
3
34
1,776
1*831

4,228
270
262
8
42
2,081
1,835

221
486
4,655
266
255
11
31
2,560
1,798

Other private business
Compensation of employees
Wages and salaries
_
Supplements to wages and salaries..
Proprietors' Income
Hcntal income of persons
Net i n t e r e s t . . . .

7,845
283
282
1
40
5,425
2,091

7,098
265
264
1
41
4,778
2,014

611
777
0,072
235
234
1
24
3,761
2,052

Government enterprises
Compensation of employees
—
Wages and salaries
Supplements to wages and salaries..

758
758
745
13

771
771
757
14

768
768
754
14

705
705
691
14

631
631
617
14

679
14

778
778
760
18

842
842
818
24

870
870
838
32

860
38

Income originating in general government.
Compensation of employees
Wages and salaries
Supplements to wages and salaries...

4,335
4,335
4,192

4,545
4,545
4,396
149

4,658
4,658
4,603
155

4,445
4,445
4,274
171

4,695
4,695
4,524
171

5,578
5,578
5,396
182

5,946
5,946
5,740
206

7,266
7,266
7,047
219

6,902
6,902
6,654
248

7,626
7,626
7,363
263

7,599
7,599
7,313

7,778
7,778
7,477
301

9,415
9,415
9,146
269

15,118
15,118
14,809
309

Income originating in households and
institutions.
Compensation of employees
Wages and salaries
_
Supplements to wages and salaries...

2,863

2,652

2,278

1,871

1,677

1,802

1,882

2,044

2,272

2,152

2,276

2,435

2,533

2,918

3,240

3,719

2,918
2,889
29

3,240
3,208
32

3,719

143

2,863
2,853
10

2,652
2,041
11

2,278
2,267
11

1,871
1,860
11

810

746

547

393

1
232
577

1
137
608

1
-4
550

1
-34
426

Income originating in the rest of the
world.
Compensation of employees
Corporate profits
Net Interest
1

14

Excludes profits received from the rest of the world.

1,802
1,792
10

1,677
1,667
10

1,882
1,871
11

303

1
-2
324

1
159
207

2,272
2,249
23

2,152
2,126
26

1
104
195

1
122
160

2,276
2,250
26

2,435
2,406
29

2,533
2,503
30

386

367

1
60
242

323

2,044
2,029
15

313

357

1
247
138

2
184
127

3
234
120

512

18
141
5,413
1,569

1,477

51

25,562 32,188
25,562 32,188
25,190 31,491
372

363

365

367

6
231
126

10
225
130

14
238
115

3,684

35
423

12
293
' 118

(See lino 40.)

Table 1.14.—Gross Corporate
[Billions of dollars]
Line
1

1946

Gross corporate product

1947

1949

1965

1951

1962

1953

1954

1955

1956

1957

1958

1959

1960

1961

1962

1963

1964

103.2 123.9 141.9 13S.9 157.4 180.6

276.0

286.6

292.5

317.4

335.0

360.9

391.2

26.2

30.1

31.8

33.9

36.3

29.0

31.0

32.9

34.8

37.4

270.4

292.3

317.5

1948

1950

189.1

202.6

200.1

225.3

240.7

252.1

247.2

2

Capital consumption allowances..

4.7

5.8

7.0

7.9

8.8

10.3

11.5

13.2

15.0

17.4

18.9

20.8

22.0

23.5

24.9

3

Indirect business taxes plus
transfer payments less subsidies.

10.4

11.5

12.5

13.1

14.5

15.7

17.4

18.8

18.1

19.9

21.6

23.2

23.7

25.6

27.6

4

Income originating in corporate
business.

88.1 106.6

122.5 117.8 134.0 154.6

160.2

170.7

167.1

188.0

200.2

208.0

201.5

226.8

234.1

237.3 256.4

5
6

Compensation of employees
Wages and salaries
Supplements . .

123.0
115.4
7.6

133.9
125.7
8.2

132.1
123.4
8.7

144.6
134.7
9.9

158.1
146.8
11.3

166.4
153.8
12.6

163.9
151.1
12.8

179.6
164.5
15.1

188.8
172.1
16.7

191.8
174.3
17.5

205.9
186.1
19.8

216.3
194.9
21.4

231.4
208.5
22.9

249.0
224.1
24.8

-2.6

-2.8

-2.5

-2.6

-2.4

-2.7

-2.5
71.0

69.7
66.5
3.2

82.0
78.1
3.9

91.0
86.9
4.2

88.8
84.4
4.4

98.6 114.5
92.9 107.4
5.7
7.1

8

Net interest

-.5

-.3

-.8

-.9

-1.2

-1.5

—1.6

-1.7

-1.5

-1.9

-2.2

-2.1

-1.8

9

Corporate profits and inventory valuation adjustment.

18.9

24.9

32.2

30.0

36.7

41.6

38.8

38.5

36.5

45.3

44.3

43.8

39.4

49.9

48.0

48.0

53.1

56.4

63.6

24.2
9.1
15.1
5.4
9.6

30.8
11.3
19.5
6.1
13.4

47.8
23.0
24.8
12.6
12.2

48.0
23.1
24.9
12.7
12.2

52.8
24.2
28.7
14.0
14.7

56.9
26.3
30.5
15.4
15.1

64.0
28.4
35.6
16.0
19.6

72.5
31.2
41.3
17.7
23.6

.2

-.1

.3

-.5

-.4

-1.5

13.5

14.1

14.6

15.0

15.6

16.5

10
11
12
13
14

Profits before tax
Profits tax liability..
Profits after tax...
Dividends
Undistributed profits

34.4
12.5
21.8
6.8
15.1

28.1
10.4
17.7
6.9
10.8

41.6
17.8
23.9
8.4
15.5

42.8
22.3
20.4
8.2
12.3

37.8
19.4
18.5
8.3
10.2

39.5
20.3
19.2
8.5
10.7

36.9
17.7
19.1
8.8
10.3

47.0
21.6
25.4
10.0
15.4

47.0
21.7
25.3
10.7
14.7

45.3
21.2
24.1
11.1
13.0

39,6
19.0
20.6
10.9
9.7

60.3
23.7
26.7
11.7
14.9

15

Inventory valuation adjust* - 5 . 3 - 5 . 9 - 2 . 2
ment.

1.9

-5.0

-1.2

1.0

-1.0

-.3

—1.7

-2.7

-1.5

-.3

-.5

5.5

5.7

6.2

7.0

8.0

9.0

9.4

10.2

11.2

12.3

10

Gross product originating
in financial institutions.

4.1

4.1

4.9

1. Excludes gross product originating in the rest of the world.




8.6

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OP THE UNITED STATES
Form of Organization: Annually, 1929-65
[Millions of dollars]
1945

1946

1947

1949

1948

1950

1951

1952

1953

1954

1955

1956

1957

1958

1959

1960

1961

1962

1963

1064

1965

Lin.

181,485 181,879 199,018 224,178 217,494 241,074 277,978 291,380 304,734 303,138 331,018 350,799 366,096 367,762 400,025 414,522 427,341 457,687 481,927 517,281 559,020
141,843 156,033 176,339 200,150 191,117 212,589 242,350 251,722 263,742 260,975 285,960 302,324 314,259 312,176 341,325 351,442 359,530 384,763 404,444 432,974 468,628
83,259 88,139 106,595 122,480 117,846 134,041 154,603 160,185 170,657 167,134 188,012 200,176 208,048 201,484 226,838 234,066 237,261 256,300 270,356 292,254 317,505

69,707 82,008 91,033 88,785
66,473 78,082 86,864 84,384
3,234 3,926 4,169 4,401
18,901 24,882 32,200 29,965
19,494 24,164 30,781 34,352 28,109
1,856
-564 -5,263 -5,899 -2,152
-753
-904
-295
-469
232

64,097
60,916
3,181
18,930

49,140
17,564
17,060
504
31,300
31,406

56,936
20,307
19,761
546
36,344
38,049

114,536
107,431
7,105
41,569
42,768
-1,199
-1,502

122,973 133,894 132,100 144,576
115,396 125,676 123,442 134,671
7,577 8,218 8,658 9,905
38,804 38,495 36,541 45,292
37,823 39,492
47,028
981 -997
-318 -1,736
-1,592 -1,732 -1,507 -1,856

57,977 64,332 58,965 62,723 70,094 71,828
22,330 23,908 23,423 24,930 27,747 29,325
21,722 23,325 22,832 24,195 26,879 28,414
591
868
608
583
735
911
35,299 39,995 35.059 37,248 41,682 41,807
36,770 40, 405 34,596 38,342 42 009 41,606

-106 -1,705 -1,471
285
348
276

-410
429

7,836
544
527
17
122
5,634
1,536

9,042
629
610
19
180
6,631
1,602

9,783
698
676
22
189
7,122
1,774

11,004
803
785
18
223
7,964
2,014

11,722
849
815
34
226
8,438
2,209

1,608
1,608
1,550
58

1,916
1,916
1,854
62

1,984
1,984
1,922
62

2,334
2,334
2,263
71

2,584
2,584
2,503
81

35,156
35,156
33,352
1,804

98,606
92,899
5,707
36,685
41,650
-4,965
-1,250

71,639
30,749
29,794
955
40,191
40,359

70,853
30,453
29,405
1,048
39,661
39,710

73,638
31,453
30,320
1,133
41,367
41,565

158,075
146,786
11, 289
44,319

166,398
153,806
12,592
43,752

3.519
3,519
3,417
102

3,589
3,589
3,502
87

3,628
3,628
3,565
63

3,893
3,893
3,779
114

47,012 45,291 39,638 50,332 47,832 48,028 52,842 56,854 63,985 72,474
-2,693 -1,539
-255
-465
192
-468
-52
- 4 3 3 -1,475
252
-2,218 -2,102 - 1 , 7 7 5 -2,646 -2,773 -2,549 -2,637 - 2 , 3 6 4 - 2 , 6 8 7 -2,470

8
9
10

76,434
33,131
31,903
1,228
42,384
42,886

78,962
34,251
32,880
1,371
43,699
43,999

4,089
4,089
3,913
176

4,317
4,317
4,082
235

81,548
34,192
32,790
1,402
46,205
46,261

83,991
36,500
34,786
1,714
46,186
46,326

85,038
37,722
35,790
1,932
45,841
45,860

1,151

-140
1,305

-19
1,475

4,770
4,770
4,479
291

4,117

4,492

5,140

5,599

5,923

6,437

6,899

7,216

7,769

8,073

9,068

9,804 10,514

4,492
4,444
48

5,140
5,087
53

5,599
5,540
59

5.923
5,859
64

6,437
6,358
79

6,899
6,767
132

7,216
7,075
141

7,769
7,606
163

8,073
7,881
192

9,068
8,856
212

9,804 10,514 11,441 12,219
9,571 10,248 11,140 11,858
301
361
266
233

369

571

824

991

1,005

1,164

1,337

1,292

1,303

1,616

1,796

2,075

21
1,579
196

21
1.813
241

17
689
118

16
836
139

16
832
157

18
984
162

20
1,162
155

25
1,099
163

20
1,135
148

22
1,422
172

11,441

12,219

95,027
42,198
39,686
2,512
50,618
50, 652

106,324
48,343
45,574
2,769
55,355
55,729

11
12
13
14
15
16

-34
-42
33
17
1,590 1,891 2,211 2,401
28,328 30,427 32,500 34,720
1,592 1,669 1,760 1,855
1,600 1,569 1,649 1,740
111
115
100
92
390
395
400
388
15,964 16,691 17,139 17,665
10,384 11,667 13,206 14,810

-374
2,626

17
IS

37,337
1,987
1,864
123
390
18,344
16,610

19
20
21
22
23
24
25

6,971
6,971
6,423
548

7,462
7,462
6,901
561

26
27
28
29

58,120 63,032
58,120 63,032
53,375 57,874
4,745 5,158

67,781
67,781
62,307
5,474

30
31
32
33

17,261

18,345

34

13,237 13,979 14,1)88 15,999 17,261
12,800 13,491 14,419 15,342 16,555
706
657
569
437
488

18,345
17,575
770

35
36
37

6,002
6,002
5,566
436

5,691
5,691
5,321
370

5.408
5,403
5,016
392

4,956
4,956
4,648

91,974
40,372
38,079
2,293
49,711
49,694

17,438 19,449 20,884 27.392 31,150 31,920 32,474 34,194 36,596 39,128 42,115 44,310 47,483 50,900 54,668
17,438 19,449 20,884 27,392 31,150 31,920 32,474 34,194 36,596 39,128 42,115 44,310 47,483 50,900 54,668
16,583 18,096 19,742 26,039 29,686 30,530 30,998 32,392 34,358 36,347 39,043 40,977 43,694 46,862 50,363
855 1,353 1,142 1,353 1,464 1,390 1,476 1,802 2,238 2,781 3,072 3,333 3,789 4,038 4,305

20,783 16,715
20,783 16,715
18,831 15,487
1,952 1,228

17
425
129

88,250
38,614
36,542
2,072
48,046
48,013

09,029
45,115
42,489
2,626
51,513
51,555

24,374 25,540 26,930
1,400 1,467 1,535
1,340 1,393 1,449
74
86
60
364
363
402
15,418 15,596 15,822
7,154 8,113 9,205

4,117
4,077
40

11
228
130

205,903
18G,065
19,838
53,094

4
5
6
7

-168
201
-327
-502
-300
-198
-49
699
919 1,012
739
818
696
665
13,107 14,627 16,190 17,857 19,360 20,417 21,625 22,932
978 1,067 1,100 1,170 1,206 1,274 1,342 1,367
938 1,031 1,063 1,131 1,161 1,227 1,290 1,311
52
39
47
40
45
37
36
56
351
334
321
227
327
304
281
364
9,361 10,321 11,500 12,677 13,598 13,898 14,313 14,811
2,541 2,958 3,286 3,689 4,229 4,911 5,619 6,390
3,026
3,026
2,926
100

191,834
174,33G
17,498
47,976

216,334 231,389 248,976
194,039 208,504 224,132
21,395 22,885 24,844
56,386 G3,552 70,999

463 -1,094
483
545

2,718
2.718
2,622
96

163,876 179,617 188,815
151,112 164,501 172,0G9
12,764 15,116 16, 746
39,383 49,867 48,024

2
3

13,237

13,979

14,988

6,561
6,561
6,072
489

15,999

2,195

2,030

2,171

2,360

2,932

3,268

3,3G4

4,014

4,266

38

21
1,886
288

22
1,734
274

24
1,809
338

26
1,880
454

28
2,321
583

30
2,566
672

32
2,547
785

34
3,041
939

36
3,202
1,028

39
40
41

1961 1962

1963

1964

1965

Product1: Annually, 1946-65
[Billions of dollars]
Line

1946
Gross product originating
in nonflnancia! corporations.

payments

Iess

sub

^9° Poti

(2+

+28?
j S 2?*f n e t o f

diy

Wends:

All corporations (2+14)
+30)ancIal
i "




1958 1959

1960

182.0

194.7

191.6

216.3

231.2

241.9

236.0

263.7

273.1

278.4

302.8

320.0

345.3

374.6

10.1
15.2

11.3
16.8

12.9
18.2

14.7
17.4

17.1
19.2

18.5
20.8

20.4
22.4

21.5
22.8

23,0
24.6

24.3
26.4

25.6
27.7

29.3
29.7

31.0
31.5

32.9
33.3

35.3
35.8

84.4 102.9 118.1 112.9 129.0 149.1

154.0

163.6

159.5

180.1

191.9

199.2

191.7

216.1

222.4

225.0

243.8

257.6

279.0

303.5

94.6 110.0
89.1 103.2
6.8
5.5
1.1
.9
33.5 37.9

118.0
110.8
7.2
1.2
34.7

128.4
120.6
7.8
1.3
33.9

126.2

138.2
128.7
9.4
1.6
40.3

151.0
140.3
10.8
1.7
39.1

158.7
146.7
12.0
2.2
38.3

155.6
143.5
12.1
2.7
33.5

170.6
156.4
14.3
2.7
42.8

179.0
163.3
15.7
3.0
40.3

181.3
165.0
16.3
3.5
40.3

194.7
176.2
18.5
4.1
45.0

204.4
184.5
19.9
4.5
48.6

218.7
197.3
21.4
5.2
55.2

235.5
212.3
23.2
5.9
62.1

24.9 38.5 39.1
9.5 16.7 21.0
15.4 21.7 18.1
7.8
7.9
6.5
8.9 13.8 10.3
1.9 - 5 . 0 - 1 . 2

33.8
17.8
16.0
7.8
8.1
1.0

34.9
18.5
16.4
8.0
8.4
-1.0

32.1
15.7
16.3
8.2
8.1

42.0
19.8
22.2
9.4
12.8
-1.7

41.8
19.8
22.1
10.1
11.9
-2.7

39.8
18.9
20.9
10.4
10.5
-1.5

33.7
16.3
17.5
10.2
7.3
-.3

43.2
20.8
22.5
10.9
11.6
-.5

40.1
19.5
20.6
11.6
9.0
.2

40.3
19.8
20.5
11.6
8.9
-.1

44.7
20.9
23.9
12.8
11.1
.3

49.1
22.9
26.2
14.3
11.9
-.5

55.6
24.3
31.3
14.6
16.8
-.4

63.6
27.5
36.1
16.2
19.9
-1.5

5.7
11.2

6.9
12.1

7.8
12.6

8.6
14.0

"

Income originating In nonflnanclal corporations.
Compensation of employees....
Wages and salaries „_
Supplements
.. . .
Net interest
" "
Corporate profits andT'iaven-'
tory valuation adjustment.
Profits before tax
Profits tax liability
Profits after t a x . . : . . . . : " : :
Dividends .
Undistributed profits".".":'.
inventory valuation adjustment.
Addenda:
Cash flow, gross of dividends:
r

1957

99.1 119.8 137.0 133.3 151.7 174.3

Capital consumption allowances., 4.6
indirect business taxes plus 10.1

sidi!?er

1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956

67.0
63.9
3.1
.7
16.8

78.9
75.2
3.8
.8
23.2

87.6
83.6
4.0
.9
29.6

29.1 31.8
10.8 11.9
18.2 19.9
6.5
5.9
5.1
8.3 12.4 13.4
-5.3 -5.9 -2.2
22.0
8.6
13.4

85.1
80.9
4.2
1.0
26.8

117.9
8.2
1.6
31.8

19.7
18.0

25.3
24.0

28.8
26.8

25.6
23.2

32.7
30.4

30.7
28.2

29.9
27.2

32.4
29.3

34.1
31.0

42.8
39.3

44.2
40.6

44.9
41.3

42.6
39.0

50.2
45.4

49.7
44.9

51.2
46.1

58.7
53.2

62.3
57.1

69.5
64.3

77.6
71.4

14.3
12.9

19.2
18.1

22.0
20.3

18.7

24.3
22.4

22.5
20.4

21.7
19.4

23.8
21.3

25.3
22.8

32.8
29.9

33.6
30.5

33.8
30.9

31.7
28.8

38.4
34.5

37.1
33.3

38.5
34.5

44.8
40.4

46.8
42.8

53.5
49.7

59.9
55.2

16.8

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES
Table 1.14.—Gross Corporate Product1 : Seasonally Adjusted
[Billions of dollars}
1949

1948

1947

1946
Lino

III
Gross corporate product
Capital consumption allowances
Indirect business taxes plus transfer payments less subsidies.
Income originating in corporate business.
Compensation of employees
Wapes and salaries
Supplements
Net interest
Corporate profits and Inventory valuation adjustment.
Profits before tax
Profits tax liability
Profits after tax
Dividends
Undistributed profits
Inventory valuation adjustment

91.9

100.7

107.2

113.0

77.5
fi3.0
60.0
3.0
-.4
14.9

4.6
10.2
85.9
68.0
64.8
3.1
-.5
18.4

4.7
10.6
91.8
72.5
69.2
3.3
-.5
19.8

16.2
6.1
10.0
5.0
5.0
-1.2

21.2
8.0
13.2
6.4
7.8
-2.8

27,9
10.5
17.4
5.6
11.8
-8.1

4.5
0.9

I
117.1

II

III

137.4

140.8

143.6

145.9

12.2

6.6
12.0

6.9
12.4

7.1
12.7

7.4
12.8

II

III

IV

142.5

138.6

139.4

135.2

7.7
12.8

7.9
13.0

8.0
13.3

8.2
13.2

IV

II

III

IV

122.3

125.2

131.0

4.9
10.9

5.3
11.1

5.8
11.2

5.9
11.5

97.2
75.3
71.9
3.5
-.5
22.3

100.7
79.0
75.3
3.8
-.3
22.0

105.3
80.4
76.6
3.8
-.3
25.2

107.8
82.7
78.7
4.0
-.3
25.4

112.6
85.9
81.8
4.1
-.3
26.9

118.9
88.9
84.8
4.1
-.8
30.7

121.5
89.7
85.6
4.1
-.8
32.5

123.8
92.5
88.3
4.2
-.7
32.0

125.8
92.9
88.7
4.2
-.7
33.5

122.1
91.0
86.8
4.3
-.9
31.9

117.7
89.0
84.6
4.4
-.9
29.6

118.1
88.1
83.6
4.5
-.9
30.9

113.8
87.0
82.5
4.5

31.3
11.8
19.5
6.0
13.5

31.6
11.6
20.1
5.9
14.2
-9.7

29.8
10.9
18.9
6.2
12.7
-4.7

29.5
10.8
18.7
6.4
12.3
-4.0

32.1
11.8
20.3
6.3
14.1
-5.2

33.6
12.2
21.4
6.9
14.5
-2.9

35.4
12.9
22.5
6.5
16.0
-2.9

34.8
12.7
22.1
6.9
15.2
-2.8

33.6
12.3
21.3
7.1
14.2
-.1

30.5
11.3
19.2
7.0
12.2
1.4

26.8
9.9
16.8
6.9
9.9
2.8

27.9
10.3
17.6
6.8
10.8
3.0

27,5
10.1
17.3
7.1
10.2
,2

4.5

4.3

4.7

5.2

5.4

5.5

5.5

5.6

5.7

27l7

4a

4.1

3.9

4.0

4.0

96.6

103.1

108.9

113.2

118.3

121.2

126.5

133.2

136.1

138.4

140.5

137.0

133.0

133.8

129.5

4.4
0.6

4.5
9.9

4.6
10.3

4.8
10.6

5.2
10.8

5.7
10.9

5.8
11.1

6.2
11.8

6.5
11.6

6.8
12.1

7.0
12.3

7.3
12.4

7.5
12.4

7.7
12.6

7.9
12.8

8.1
12.7

73.9

82.2

88.1

93.5

07.2

101.7

104.2

108.6

115.1

117.3

119.2

120.8

117.1

112.7

113.1

108.7

89.4
85.4
4.0
.8
30.6

87.4
83.4
4.1
.9
28.8

85.3
81.2
4.2
1.0
26.4

84.4
80.2
4.2
1.0
27.7

83.2
78.9
4.3
1.0
215

Gross product originating in financial Institutions.

4.0

Gross product originating In nonfinancial corporations.

87.9

Capital consumption allowances
Indirect business taxes plus transfer payments less subsidies.
Income originating in nonflnancial corporations.
Compensation of employees
Wages and salaries
Supplements
Net interest
Corporate profits and inventory valuation adjustment.
Profits before tax
Profits tax liability
Profits after tax
Dividends
Undistributed profits
Inventory valuation adjustment
Addenda:
Cash flow, gross of dividends:
All corporations (2-f 12)
Nonfinancial corporations (13+28)
Cash flow, net of dividends:
All corporations (2+14).
Nonflnancial corporations (18+30)

IV

76.1
72.4
3.6
.8
20.3

77.4
73.7
3.7
.7
23.6

79.6
75.7
3.8
.8
23.8

82.8
78.8
4.0
.8
25.0

85.6
81.7
3.9
.9
28.5

86.4
82.4
3.9
.9
30.1

89.0
85.0
4.0
.8
29.3

29.3
11.3
17.9
5.7
12.2

30.0
11.1
18.8
5.6
13.2
-9.7

28.2
10.5
17.7
5.9
11.8
-4.7

27.8
10.4
17.5
6.2
11.3
-4.0

30.2
11.3
18.9
6.1
12.8
-5.2

31.4
11.7
19.7
6.6
13,1
-2.9

32.9
12.3
20.7
6.2
14.4
-2.9

32.1
12.0
20.1
6.6
13.5
-2.8

30.7
11.5
19.1
6.8
12.4
-.1

27.4
10.4
17.0
6.6
10.4
1.4

23.6
9.0
14.6
6.5
8.1
2.8

24.7
9.4
15.3
6.3
9.0
3.0

24.3
9.3
15.0
6.6
8.4
.2

22.2
20.4

24.4
22.7

25.4
24.0

24.7
23.5

24.6
23.3

26.6
25.1

27.9
26.2

29.4
27.4

29.3
27.1

28.7
26.4

26.9
24.5

24.7
22.3

25.6
23.2

25.6
23.1

16.6
15.2

18.4
17.1

19.5
18.4

18.6
17.5

18.2
17.1

20.3
19.0

21.1
19.5

22.9
21.2

22.3
20.5

21.6
19.6

19.9
17.9

17.8
15.8

18.8
16.8

18.5
16.5

II

III

IV

60.5
57.6
2.9
.6
12.8

65.3
62.3
3.0
.7
16.2

69.7
66.6
3.2
.7
17.7

14.0
5.6
8.4
4.7
3.7
-1.2

19.0
7.5
5.1
6.5
-2.8

25.8
10.0
15.8
5.3
10.5
-8.1

14.5
12.7

17.8
16.0

9.5
8.1

12.4
10.9

ll.fi

72.5
69.2
3.3
20!3

1956

Line

1957
III

IV

1959

1958

II

III

IV

II

III

IV

235.8

239.0

240.5

246.8

252.4

252.7

254.0

249.0

240.2

239.8

248.5

259.9

269.1

280.5

276.0

278.1

18.7
20.9

18.8
21.2

18.9
21.8

19.2
22.6

19.8
22.9

20.5
23.2

21.2
23.5

21.8
23.3

21.8
23.2

21.7
23.5

22.1
23.8

22.4
24.5

22.6
25.0

23.4
25.2

23.6
26.0

24.4
26.3

196.2
154.1
143.2
10.9
-2.0
44.2

199.0
156.9
145.7
11.1
-2.2
44.3

199.8
158.4
147.0
11.4
-2.3
43.7

205.0
162.9
151.2
11.7
-2.4
44.5

209.7
165.7
153.4
12.3
-1.9
45.9

209.0
166.4
153.9
12.5
-2.0
44.6

209.3
167.6
154.9
12.7
-2.2
43.9

204.0
165.9
153.0
12.9
-2.3
40.4

195.2
162.1
149.5
12.6
-1.6
34.8

194.6
160.2
147.7
12.5
-1.7
36.1

202.6
164.2
151.5
12.8
-1.8
40.2

213.0
169.0
155.8
13.2
-1.9
45.9

221.4
175.4
160.9
14.5
-2.6
48.7

231.9
181.0
165.9
15.1
-2.6
53.5

226.4
180.3
164.9
15.4
-2.6
48.7

227.3
181.8
166.3
15.5
-2.7
48.3

47.1
21.7
25.4
10.5
14.9
-2.9

48.0
22.1
25.9
10.5
15.3
-3.6

44.9
20.7
24.1
10.5
13.6
-1.2

47.5
21.9
25.7
11.0
14.6
-3.0

48.3
22.5
25.8
11.1
14.7
-2.4

46.1
21.6
24.4
11.2
13.2
-1.5

45.2
21.2
24.0
11.4
12.6
-1.3

41.3
19.3
22.0
11.2
10.8
-.9

35.0
16.9
18.1
11.0
7.1
-.2

35.8
17.3
18.5
11.0
7.5
.3

40.5
19.5
21.0
10.9
10.1
-.2

46.7
22.3
24.4
10.5
13.9

49.5
23.3
26.2
11.3
15.0

54.8
25.7
29.2
11.7
17.5
-1.3

49.2
23.2
26.0
11.9
14.1
-.5

47.5
22.5
25.0
12.1
13.0

Gross product originating in financial Institutions.

9.4

9.6

9.4

9.4

10.0

10.1

10.3

10.4

II. 0

11.1

11.1

H.6

11.4

12.0

12.9

12.9

Gross product originating in nonflnancial corporations.

226.4

229.5

231.1

237.5

242.4

242.6

243.7

238.7

229.2

228.7

237.3

248.3

257.7

268.5

263.1

265.1

Capital consumption allowances
Indirect business taxes plus transfer payments less subsidies.
Income originating in nonflnancial corporations.
Compensation of employees.......
Wages and salaries
_
Supplements
Net interest
Corporate profits and inventory valuation adjustment.
Profits before tax
Profits tax liability
Profits after tax
Dividends
Undistributed profits
Inventory valuation adjustment

18.4
20.1

18.4
20.4

18.5
21.0

18.8
21.8

19.4
22.1

20.1
22.4

20.7
22.7

21.3
22.4

21.4
22.3

21.3
22.5

21.6
22.8

21.9
23.5

22.1
24.1

22,9
24.2

23.1
24.9

23.9
25.3

187.9

190.6

191.5

196.9

200.9

200.2

200.3

195.0

185.5

184.9

193.0

202.9

211.5

221.4

215.1

216.0

147.3
137.0
10.4
1.6
39.0

149.9
139.3
10.6
1.7
39.1

151.3
140.4
10.9
1.8
38.5

155.6
144.5
11.2
1.9
39.4

158.2
148.5
11.7
2.0
40.7

158.8
146.9
11.9
2.1
39.2

159.8
147.7
12.1
2.2
38.2

158.0
145.7
12.2
2.4
34.6

154.0
142.1
11.9
2.5
29.1

152.0
140.2
11.8
2.6
30.2

155.9
143.8
12.1
2.8
34.3

160.4
147.9
12,5
2.9

166.6
153.0
13.7
2.7
42.2

172.1
157.8
14.3
2.7
46.6

171.2
156.7
14.5
2,7
41.2

172.5

41.9
19.8
22.1
9.9
12.2
-2.9

42.7
20.1
22.6
10.0
12,5
-3.6

39.7
18.8
20.9
10.0
10.9
-1.2

42.4
20.0
22.4
10.4
12.0
-3.0

43.1
20.3
22.8
10.4
12.4
-2.4

40.7
19.4
21.4
10.5
10.8
-1.5

39.5
18.8
20.7
10.6
10.1
-1.3

35.6
16.9
18.7
10.4
8.2

29.3
14.2
15.1
10.3
4.8
-.2

29.9
14.5
15.4
10.4
5.1
.3

34.6
16.7
17.9
10.2
7.7
-.2

40.5
19.4
21.1
9.9
11.2

43.0
20.6
22.4
10.5
11.0
-.8

48.0
22.9
25.1
10.8
14.3
-1.3

41.7
20.1
21.6
11.0
10.6
-.5

40.0
19.4
20.6
tl

44.1
40.5

44.7
41.0

43.0
39.4

44.8
41.2

45.6
42.2

44.9
41.4

45.1
41.4

43.7
40.0

40.0
36.5

40.2
36.7

43.1
39.5

46.8
43.0

48.8
44.4

52,6
48.0

49.7
44.7

49.5
44.5

33.6
30.6

34.2
31.0

32.5
29.4

33.8
30.8

34.5
31.8

33.7
30.9

33.3
30.8

32.6
29.5

29.0
26.1

29.2
26.3

32.2
29.2

36.3
33.1

37.6
33.9

40.9
37.1

37.7
33.7

37.*
33.4

Gross corporate product..
Capital consumption allowances
Indirect business taxes plus transfer payments less subsidies.
Income originating in corporate business.
Compensation of employees
Wages and salaries
Supplements..Net interest
Corporate profits and Inventory valuation adjustment.
Profits before tax
Profits tax liability
Profits after tax
Dividends
Undistributed profits
Inventory valuation adjustment......

17

Addenda:
Cash flow* gross of dividends:
All corporations (2+12)
Nonflnancial corporations (18+28)
Cash Mow, net of dividends:
All corporations (2+14)
Nonfinancial corporations (18+30)....
1

Excludes gross product originating in the rest of the world.




•a:
2.8
40.7

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

25

Quarterly Totals at Annual Rates, 1946-65
[Billions of dollars]
1951

1950

1952

1953

1954

1955
J-JUIO

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

142,3 151.8

163.7

171.6

176.9

179.5

181.3

184.8

186.0

184.7

187.0

199.0

203.4

205.8

205.0

196.4

197.2

197.7

199.3

206.3

216.8

223.4

228.2

233.6

1

8.6
14.1

8.9
15.6

9.1
14.9

9.6
15.9

10.1
15.1

10.5
15.5

10.9
16.4

11.1
Id. 6

11.3
17.2

11.6
17.5

11.9
18.3

12.3
18.6

12.9
19.0

13.4
18.9

14.1
18.8

14.2
18.1

14.7
18.0

15.1
17.9

15.8
18.2

10.5
19.0

17.8
20.2

18.3
20.6

2
3

120,2 129.1
90.7 95.7
85.5 90.2
5.5
5.2
-1.3 - 1 . 2
30.8 34.6

139.2
101.5
95.6
5.9
-1.2
38.9

147.6
106.5
100.2
6.3
-1.3
42.3

151.4
111.4
104.6
6.8
-1.5
41.5

154.4
114.6
107.5
71
-1.4
41.2

155.3
115.3
108.1
7.1
-1.5
41.6

157.5
116.9
109.5
7.4
-1.6
42.2

158.3
119.9
112.5
7.4
-1.5
40.0

156.2
120.2
112.7
7.5
-1.6
37.6

157.8
122.5
114.9
7.6
-1.6
37.0

168.8
129.4
121.6
7.8
-1.6
41.0

172.5
132.4
124.4
8.0
-1.7
41.8

173.9
134. g
126.7
8.2
-1.6
40.7

172.7
134.9
126.6
8.3
-1.7
39.4

163.5
133.3
125.0
8.4
-1.9
32.1

164.9
131.9
123.4
8.6
-1.3
34.3

165.0
131.1
122. G
8.5
-1.5
35.3

166.3
131.1
122.4
8.7
-1.6
36.8

17.2.3
134.3
125.4
8.9
-1.7
39.7

181.3
138.7
124). 3
9.4
-1.8
44.4

17.1
19.7
186.6
143.0
133.2
9.8
-1.8
45.4

100.1
140.4
136.3
10.1
-1.9
45.6

194.8
150.2
139.9
10.3
-1.9
46.4

4
5
6
7
8
9

31.5 38.0
13.5 16.2
18.0 21.8
8.0
7.9
10.1 13.8
-.7 -3.3

46.2
19.7
26.6
8.6
17.8
-7.3

50.9
21.6
29.2
9.0
20.2
-8.5

50.2
26.0
24.1
7.9
16.2
-8.7

42.3
22.1
20.2
8.1
12.1
-1.0

38.1
20.0
18.1
8.1
10.1
3.5

40.7
21.4
19.4
8.2
11.2
1.5

38.7
19.8
18.9
7.7
11.2
1.3

36.4
18.7
17.8
8.3
9.5
1.2

36.3
18.6
17.7
8.2
9.4
.7

40.2
20.5
19.7
8.5
11.2
.8

42.2
21.6
20.6
8.1
12.5
-.4

42.3
21.7
20.6
8.9
11.7
-1.6

41.4
21.2
20.2
8.8
11.5
-2.0

32.1
16.6
15.5
8.6
7.0
.0

34.3
16.5
17.8
9.0
8.8
.0

35.3
17.0
18.4
8.4
10.0
.0

37.5
18.0
19.5
8.7
10.8

45.5
20.9

-.7

40.2
19.4
20.8
8.8
12.0
-.5

216
9.4
15.2
-1.1

40.3
21.2
25.0
9.6
15.4
-.9

47.8
21.9
25.8
10,2
15.6
-2.2

49.2
22.0
26.0
10.3
16.3
~-2.8

10
11
12
13
14
15

5.6

5.8

6.0

5.8

6.1

6.2

6.8

6.7

6.8

7.0

7.5

7.6

8.0

8.2

8.0

8.7

8.6

8.5

8.6

8.8

8.9

9.0

9.3

16

137.0 146.2

157.9

165.6

171.1

173.4

175.0

178.0

179.3

177.8

179.9

191.5

IBS, 8

197.8

196.8

188.3

188.5

189.1

190.8

197.7

208.0

214.5

219.1

221.

17

8.4
13,7

8.8
15.1

9.0
14.4

9.4
15.5

9.9
14.7

10.3
15.0

10.7
15.6

10.8
16.1

11.1
16.7

11.4
17.0

11.7
17.5

12,0
18.0

12.6
18.4

13.2
18.3

13.8
18.1

14.0
17.5

14.4
17.4

14.8
17.2

15.fi
17.5

16.2
18.3

16.7
19.0

17.5
19.5

17.9
19.9

IS
19

115.5 124.1

134.1

142.2

146.2

148.8

149.8

151.7

152.3

150.0

151.6

162.3

165.7

166.8

165.4

156.4

157.1

157.4

158.8

164.7

173.5

178.7

182.2

18G.6

20

91.7
86.5
5.2
.9
31.5

97.4
91.8
5.6
.9
35.7

102.2
96.2
6.0
.9
39.1

107.1
100.5
6.5
1.0
38.1

110.2
103.4
6.8
1.0
37.7

110.8
103.9
6.9
1.1
37.9

112.2
105.1
7.1
1.1
38.4

115.1
108 0
7.1
1.2
36.1

115.2
108.1
7.1
1.2
33.6

117.4
110.2
7.3
1.2
32.9

124.2
116.8
7.5
1.3
36.7

127.1
119.5
7.7
1.2
37.4

129.4
121.6
7.8
1.2
36.2

129.4
121.4
8.0
1.3
34.7

127.7
119.7
8.0
1.4
27.4

126.2
118.1
8.2
1.4
29.5

125.3
117.2
8.1
1.5
30.5

125.0
116.8
8.2
1.6
32,1

128.1
119.7
8.4
1.8
319

132,4
123.5
9.0
1.6
39.5

136.7
127.4
0.3
1.0
40.5

140.0
130.4
9.G
1.6
40.5

143.6
133.8
9.9
1.6
41.4

21
22
23
24
25

28.4 34.8
12.5 15.1
15.9 19.7
7,4
7.5
8.4 12.2
-.7 -3.3

43.0
18.7
24.3
8.2
16.2
-7.3

47.6
20.6
27.0
8.6
18.4
-8.5

46.8
24.8
22.0
7.5
14.5
-8.7

38.7
20.8
17.9
7.8
10.1
-1.0

34.4
18.6
15.8
7.7
8.1
3.5

36.9
20.0
16.9
7.8
9.1
1.5

34.8
18.3
16.5
7.3
9.2
1.3

32.4
17.1
15.3
7.9
7.4
1.2

32.2
17.0
15.2
7.8
7.4
.7

36.0
18.9
17.1
8.0
9.1
.8

37.8
19.9
17.9
7.6
10.3
-.4

37.8
19.9
17.8
8.3
9.5
-1.6

36.7
19.4
17.3
8.2
9.2
-2.0

27.3
14.7
12.7
8.0
4.6
.0

29.5
14.5
15.0
8.5
6.6
.0

30.6
15.0
15.6
7.8
7.7
.0

32.8
16.1
16.7
8.2
8.6
-.7

35.4
17.4
18.0
8.3
9.8
-.5

40.6
19.2
21.4
8.9
12,6
-1.1

41.3
19.5
21.9
9.0
12,8
-.9

42.7
20.1
22.6
9.G
13.0
-2.2

44.1
20.8
23.3
9.7
13.6
-2.8

26
27
28
29
30
31

31.6
28.8
23.2
20.8

32.9
30.0

33.5
30.4

33.7
30.5

29.6
26.4

32.0
29.0

33.0
30.0

34.6
31.6

36.6
33.5

41.1
37.6

42.1
38.6

43.6
40.1

44.8
41.2

32
33

24.8
22.4

24.6
22.1

24.9
22.4

21.0
18.4

23.0
20.5

24.7
22,1

25.9
23.4

27.8
25.2

31.6
28.7

32,5
29.6

33.4
30.4

34.5
31.5

34
35

I

8.6
13.5

5.3

8.4
13.0

86.9
81.9
4.9
27.7

26.6
24.3

30.4
28.1

35.4
33.1

38.3
36.0

33.7
31.4

30.3
27.8

28.6
26.1

30.3
27.6

29.9
27.3

29.1
26.4

29.3
26.6

18.6
16.9

22.4
20.6

26.8
24.9

29.3
27.4

25.8
23.8

22.1
20.0

20.5

22.1
19.8

22.2
20.0

20.8
18.5

21.0
18.8

1960

I

II

289.8 289.7

18.3

III

IV

I

II

1965

1964

1963

1962

1961

Line

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

285.9

280.9

280.3

289.3

295.0

304.9

311.3

316.0

319.7

322.8

325.8

332.1

338.1

343.9

350.9

358.0

365.6

369.2

3S1.8

385.8

393.1

403.9

1

219
27.1

24.9
27.6

24.9
27.7

24.9
28.0

25.5
28.0

26.1
28.7

26.5
29.2

26.9
30.0

29.6
30.4

29.9
30.7

30.2
31.2

30.6
31.7

30.9
32.4

31.7
32.7

31.9
33.0

32.5
33.4

32.9
33.6

33.5

312
35.4

318
35.8

35.2
37.1

36.0
37.1

36.8
37.3

37.2
37.9

2
3

237.8
18S.9
172.3
16.6
-2.6
51.5

237.3
190.2
173.4
16.8
-2.7
49.7

233.3
189.3
172.5
16.8
-2.8
46.8

227.9
186.8
170.0
16.8
-3.0
44.1

226.8
186.5
169.5
17.0
-2.4
42.6

234.6
189.9
172.6
17.3
-2.5
47.1

239.3
193.2
175.5
17.7
-2.6
48.7

248.0
197.7
179.6
18.1
-2.8
53.0

251.3
201.8
182.5
19.3
-2.5
52.0

255.4
205.6
185.9
19.7
-2.6
52.3

258.3
207.4
187.4
20.0
-2.7
53.6

260.5
208.8
188.5
20.3
-2.8
54.5

262.5
211.7
190.8
20.9
-2.5
53.3

267.8
214.6
193.4
21.2
-2.3
55.5

273.2
217.7
196.1
21.5
-2.2
57.8

277.9
221.4
199.4
22.0
-2.4
58.9

284.4
224.8
202.8
22.0
-2.5
62.1

290.0 296.0
229.3 2311
206.7 210.9
22.6 23.2
-2.7 -2.8
63.5 617

298.6
237.4
213.6
23.8
-2.7
63.9

309.5 312.8
242.4 246.1
218.3 221.6
215
211
-2.6 -2.5
69.2
69.6

319.0
250.5
225.4
25.1
-2.4
70,9

328.8
256.8
231.2
25.7
-2.4
74.4

4
5
6
7
8
9

62.1
25.0
27.1
12.5
14.6
~-6

49.9
24.0
25.9
12.6
13.3
-.2

45.6
22.0
23.7
12.9
10.7
1.2

43.7
21.2
22.5
12.7
9.8
.5

42.7
20.7
22.0
12.4
9.6
-.1

46.6
22.4
24.2
12.4
11.8
.5

49.0
23.6
25.4
12.5
12.9

52.1
23.7
28.3
13.3
15.1
-.1

52.3
23.9
28.4
13.7

—.3

53.4
25.6
27.8
13.1
14.7
-.3

14.6
.0

53.4
24.4
29.0
14.1
14.9
.1

53.6
24.7
29.0
14.2
14.7
.9

53.2
24.8
28.4
14.9
13.5
.2

56.4
26.1
30.3
15.4
14,9
-.9

57.6
26.6
31.0
15.6
15.4
.2

60.2
27.8
32.4
15.9
16.5
-1.3

62.6
27.9
34,8
15.7
19.1
-.5

63.7
28.3
35.5
15.9
19.5
-.3

618
28.7
36.1
16.0
20.1
.0

618
28.6
36.2
16.4
19.8
-.9

71.0
30.7
40.3
16.5
23.7
-1.3

70.9
30.7
40.2
17.2
23.0
-1.8

71.9
30.9
41.0
18.1
22.9
-1.0

76.2
32.4
43.7
19.0
24.7
-1.8

10
11
12
13
14
15

13.5

13.7

13.5

13.3

14.2

14.3

14.1

13.9

14.7

14.7

14.6

14.3

14.8

14,8

15.0

15.3

15.2

15.6

15.7

15.9

16.0

16.3

16.6

17.2

16

276.4

J76.0

272,4

267.5

266.1

275.1

280.9

291.0

296.6

301.3

305.1

308.4

311.0

317.3

323.2

328.6

335.7

342.4

349.9

353.3

365.8

369.5

376.5

386.7

17

24.3
26.1

24.3
26,4

24.3
2a 5

24.3
2a 7

24.8
26.8

25.4
27.5

25.8
28.0

26.3
28.8

28,9
29.1

29.2
29.4

29.4
29.9

29.8
30.3

30.2
31.0

30.9
31.3

31.1
31.6

31.7
32.1

32.1
32.2

32.6
33.0

33.3
33.9

33.9
313

35.0
35.5

35.8
35.8

36.3
36.3

18
19

226.0 >25.3

221.6

216.5

214.5

222.1

227.1

236.0

238.6

242,8

245.7

248.3

249.8

255.1

260.4

264.8

271.4

276.8

282.7

285.1

312
35.5
296.0

299.0

304.9

3111

20

179.4
163.8

179.3
163,6
15.7
3.1
39.2

176.7
161.0
15.7
3.3
3a 5

176.3
160.5
15.8
3.3
35.0

179.3
163.2
16.1
3.4
39.4

182.6
166.1
16.4
3.6
41.0

186.9
170.1
16.8
3.8
45.3

190.7
172.7
18.0
3.9
44.0

194.5
176.1
18.4
4.0
44.2

196.2
177.5
18.7
4.2
45.4

197.5
178.6
18.9
4.4
46.4

200.1
180.7
19.4
4.2
45.5

202.9
183.1
19.7
4.4
47.8

205.7
185.7
20.1
4.6
50.1

209.0
188.5
20.4
4.8
51.0

212.4
191.9
20.6
4.9
54.1

216.7
195.7
21.1
5.0
55.0

221.2
199.5
21.6
5.2
56.3

224.4
202.2
22.2
5.5
55.3

229.4
206.9
22.5
5.6
61.1

232.8
209.9
22.9
5.8
60.4

236.9
213.5
23.4
6.0
61.9

243.0
219.0

2.9
43.7

80.5
64.8
15.7
2.9
41.9

210
6.3
619

21
22
23
24
25

44.4
21.5
22,9
11.5
H.4
-.6

42.1
20.5
21.6
11,7
9.9
-.2

38.0
18.5
19.5
12.0
7.5
1.2

36.1
17.7
18.4
11.7
6.7
.5

35.0
17.3
17.7
11.4
6.3
-.1

38.9
19.1
19.8
11.4
8.5
.5

41.3
20.3
21.0
11.4
9.6
-.3

45.6
22.2
23.4
11.9
11.5
-.3

44.1
20.5
23.6
12.0
11.6
-.1

44.2
20.6
23.6
12.6
10.9
.0

45.2
21.1
24.2
13.0
11.2
.1

45.5
21.3
24.2
13.1
11.1
.9

45.3
21.3
24.1
13.8
10.3
.2

48.8
22.7
26.0
14.3
11.8
-.9

49.9
23.2
26.7
14.5
12.2
.2

52.3
24.3
28.0
14.8
13.2
-1.3

54.6
24.0
30.7
14.4
16.3
-.5

55.3
212
31.1
14.5
16.6
-.3

56.3
216
31.7
115
17.2
.0

56.2
214
31.7
118
16.9
-.9

62.4
27.1
35.3
15.0
20.2
-1.3

62.2
27.0
35.2
15.7
19.5
-1.8

62.9
27.2
35.8
16.6
19.2
-1.0

66.7
28.5
38.2
17.5
20.7
-1.8

26
27
28
29
30
31

52.0
47.2

50.8
45.9

48.6
43.8

47.4
42.7

47.5
42.5

50.3
45.3

52.9
46.8

54.7
49.6

sa o
52.5

58.2
52.7

59.2
53.6

59.6
54.0

59.3
54.2

62.0
56.9

62.9
57.8

64.9
59.7

67.7
62.8

68.9
63.7

70.3
65.0

71.0
65.6

75.5
69.5

76.2
70.1

77.8
71.6

80.9
714

32
33

38.1
34.2

35.7
31.8

34.7
31.0

35.1
31.1

37.9
33.9

39.4
35.4

41.6
37.7

44.7
40.5

44.5
40.1

45.1
40.6

45.3
40.9

44.5
40.4

46.6
42.6

47.3
43.3

49.0
44.9

52.0
48.4

53.0
49.2

54.3
50.5

517
50.8

58.9
515

59.0
54,4

59.7
55.0

61.9
57.0

34
35

15.?

39.6
35.7




315

2(5

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES
Table 1.15.—Gross Auto Product: Annually, 1947-65, and Seasonally Adjusted Quarterly Totals at Annual Rates, 1947-65
[Billions of dollarsl

1

1948

1947

Line

1955
21.2

8.8

11.9

15.4

13.5

12.0

16.3

14.6

5.9
2.3

8.5
3.0

11.4
3.6

10.0
2.8
2

9.3
2.3

12.5
2.7
6

12.0 16.5
3.4
2.6
— 6
.7

.3

.3

.5

.0

.0

.0

.3
3
.0

.0

A
4
.0

.4
5
.0

65

7.8

1L1

14.6
.0

12.5
.0

11.4
.1

16.2
.1

A

0

1954

7.2

Net exports
Imports

1953

4.7
2.0

--

Personal consumption expenditures . . .
Producers' durable equipment

7

1952

.4

Gross auto product'

2
3
4

1951

1950

1949

*

-.

...~.

Addenda* New cars, domestic *
NGW cirs forpicn

-

~.

o

o

o

o

.4
.0
15.0

,1

1957

16.9

19.5

14.1 15.7
2.8
2.7
— 5

1958

1959

14.5

1960

1961

1963

1964

1965

19.1

21.4

17.9

22.5

25.1

25.8

314

17.1
3.1
1.1

15.4
2.7
-.5

18.8
3.3
.1

20.6
3.6
.4

21.7
3.8
—.1

25.3
4.5
1i

.2

A

.5

.3
.9
.6

.3
1 0
.7

20.6

23.1

.7

.8

.1

.2
5
.3

.0
5
.5

-.3
.5
.8

-.1
.5
.5

.2
.5
.3

19.9
.1

15.6
.2

17.9
A

12.8
.8

17.2
1.3

19.4
1.0

16.1
.7

.5

1962

12.7 16.5
2.2
2.8
— 5
.0

.5
g
.1

.2
.6

23.8
.9

29.0
1.1

1951

1950

1949

1948

1947

1956

Lino

II
Gross auto product'....

._..

III

II

IV

III

7.2

8.2

8.5

7.7

8.9

10.0 10.1

5.8
2.4
-.1

5.3
2.1
-.1

6.0
2.3

.0

5.2
2.2
.2

6.6
2.4
.5

4
4
0

A
.5
.0

.4
.4
.0

.3
.4
.0

.3
.4
.0

.3
.4
.0

6.5
.0

Addenda: New cars, domestic *..
New cars, foreign.

6.8
4.4

.5
.5
.0

Not exports..
Exports.-.
Imports...

6.1
.0

7.3
.0

7.6
.0

6.8
.0

7.9
.0

8.9
.0

1952

Lino

II

Personal consumption expendituresProducers' durable equipment
Change in dealers' auto inventories..
Net exports
Kxports
Imports
Addenda: New cars, domestic *
New cars, foreign

Addenda: New cars, domestic *..
New cars, foreign -

III

II

IV

IV

II

III

III

IV

11.4

13.4

15.1

17.1

16.1

16.3

13.8

12.0

12.1

9.2
9.1
3.2
3.1
1.0 - L 2

8.8
3.1
.3

10.1
3.3
-.2

10.6
3.4

12.9
4.0
-.1

12.0
3.6
.0

11.9
3.5
A

10.1
2.9
.3

9.2
2.5
-.3

8.7
2.3
.6

.3
.3
.0
9.2
.0

.3
.3
.0

.3
.3
.0

.2
.2
.0

.2
.2
.0

.3
.3
.0

.4
A
.0

.5
.5
.0

.5
.5
.0

.5
.5
.0

.4
A
.0

11.5
.0

12.9
.0

10.8
.0

12.7
.0

14.3
.0

16.1
.0

15.1
.0

14.7
.0

12.9
.0

11.2

11.3
.1

1956

IV

II

III

IV

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

11.6

9.5

15.7

16.2

16.6

17.4

15.0

13.9

14.9

13.9

15.5

20.2

21.5

22.4

20.4

17.4

16.4

15.5

18.2

9.4
2.4
-.7

7.5
1.8

11.1
2.6
1.5

12.6
2.8
.3

12.7
2.8
.7

12.7
2.7
L4

12.1
2.7
-.2

11.7
2.5

12.1
2.6

11.7
2.6

12.7
2.8
-.5

15.0
3.2
1.5

16.8
3.5
.7

17.7
3.6
.5

16.3
3.2
3

14.5
2.8

13.7
2.6
-.5

13.4
2.5
-.9

14.8
2.7
.1

.4
A
.0

.4
.4
.0

.3
A
.1

.4
.4
.1

.4
.5
.1

.4
.6
.1

.5
.5
.0

.4
.5
.0

.5
.0

.4

A
.5
.0

.4
,4
.0

.4
.5
.1

.5
.6
.1

.5
.6
.1

.5
.'l

.4
.5
.1

.2

10.4

11.0

8.8

15.1

15.8

16.3

17.2

15.6

13.9

15.3

14.5

16.1

19.1
.1

20.3
.1

15.2
.2

14.3
.2

1958

III

IV

20.3

19.7

20.9

17.1

14.3

13.8

13.2

16.2
2.9
.8

15.9
2.9
.6

15.1 15.4 13.0
2.7
2.8
2.3
2.8 - 1 . 3 - 1 . 2

12.3
2.2

12.3
2.2
-1.3

.3
.5
.2

.3
.5
.3

.2
.5
.3

.1
.5
.4

.1
.5
.4

.0
.5
.4

-.1

.18.9 18.2

19.2
.5

15.4

12.7

12.0
7

11.4

Gross auto product i..

Personal consumption expenditures.
Producers' durable equipment
Change In dealers' auto Inventories
Net exports
Exports
Imports
Addenda: New cars, domestic *
New cars, foreign.

^^'S^^^^St^S^lS^SSL




13.6

III

9.1
2.4
-.7

Lino

million fr<

12.6

II

IV

1955

II

Net exports
Exports
Imports

III

1953

1957

Personal consumption expenditures..
Producers* durable equipment
Change in dealers' auto inventories.

7.0
2.5
.2

II

11.2

Lino

Gross auto product i

I

4.7
2.0
.0

Personal consumption expenditures..
Producers' durable equipment
Change in dealers' auto inventories..

Gross auto product'

IV

II

-.8

III

1959

IV

.5
.6
.1
21.2
.1

19.2
.2

16.2
.2

.4

16.7

1961

1960

III

IV

I

21.5

21.6

19.3

14.3

18.0

18.4

2<U

17.6
3.2
.7

17.3
3.1
.9

16.0 14.4
2.6
2.9
.1 - 3 . 0

14.9
2.6
.2

T5.7
2.8

16J
2.9
1.0

.2
.5
.4

.2
.4

.2
.4
.3

.2
.5
.3

.1
.5
.4

17.4
.8

12.5
.7

16.2
7

16.6

18.9

I

II

III

IV

16.8

19.6

21.2

20.1

15.6

23.1

13.1
2.3
1.4

16.1
2.8

17.2
3.0
1.2

17.5 14.9
3.0
2.6
- . 2 -1.6

17.6
3.1
2.5

-.1
.5
.6

-.2
.4
.7

-.3
.5

-.3
.5
.8

-.4
A

-.2
.5

-.1
.5
.6

.0
.4
.4

14.9
1.0

17.5
1.2

19.2
1.3

18.2
1.3

13.8
1.3

21.2
1.2

19.5
1.0

19.5

II

II

HI IV

27

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

Table 1-16.-Gross Auto Product in Constant Dollars: Annually, 1947-65, and Seasonally Adjusted Quarterly Totals at Annual Hates,
[Billions of 1958 dollars]
1947
Gross auto product *
Personal consumption expenditures
Producers' durable equipment
Change in dealers' auto inventories
Net exports
Exports
Imports

.-_

_.
_

.

Addenda: New cars, domestic 2
New cars, foreign

_
..

1948

10.3

Line

11.4

6.6
2.8
.1

7.7
3.0
.2

.7
.7
.0

.5
.5
.0

9.5
.0

10.5
.0

1949

1950

1951

14.8

19.1

15.9

13.5

18.7

17.1

24.6

18.6

20.2

14.5

18.5

21.0

17.5

22.0

21.7

25.4

31.4

10.6
3.7
.1

14.0
4.4
.2

11.7
3.3
.3

10.4
2.6
.0

14.3
3.1
.0

14.1
3.1
-.7

19.1
3.9
.8

15.6
3.0
-.5

10.9
2.9
.7

12.7
2.2
-.5

15.9
2.7
.0

10.9
3.0
1.0

15.1
2. 7
-.5

18.4
3.2
.1

20.3
3.0
.4

21.4
3.8
-.2

25.3
4.5
1.1

.4
A
.0

.4
.4
.0

.5
.5
.0

.5
.6
.0

.5
.5
.0

.0

.5
.0
.1

.2

.0

.0
.5
.5

-.3
.5

-. 1
.5
.0

.1
.5
.3

.2
.0
.4

.3
.9
.0

.3
1.0
.7

13.6
.0

17.8
.0

14.6
.0

12.2
.1

17.3
.1

15.6
.1

23.0
.1

17.1
.2

18.0
.5

12.8

16.4
1.3

19,0
1.0

1.0

29.2
1.1

1952

1947

Line

II
Gross auto product1

.

_

1954 1955 1950 1957 1958 1959 1900 1901 1902 1903 1904 1965

!

1948

III

IV

1949

II

III

IV

II

15. 0 20.1
..

.7

1950

III

IV

I

1951

II

III

IV

II

III

IV

9.8

Personal consumption expenditures
Producers'durable equipment. ___
Change in dealers' auto Inventories.
Net exports
Exports
Imports

1953

10.6

9.6

11.2

11.6

10.3

11.3

12.4

12.6

15.6

17.0

14.1

16.5

18.7

21.1

19.9

18.8

16.5

14.2

14.0

6.3
2.7
.1

6.8
2.9
.0

6.2
2.7
.1

7.2
3.1
.3

7.9
3.2
-. 1

7.2
2.8
-.2

7.6
2.9
.4

8.2
3.0
.7

8.6
3.1
.3

10.9
3.9
.4

11.3 11.4
3.8
3.0
1.3 - 1 . 5

12.4
4.1
-.3

13.0
4.2
1.1

15.8
4.9
-.1

14.8
4.5
.0

13.7
4.0
.4

12.1
3.4
.3

10.9
3.0
-.4

10.0
2.7

.7
.7
.0

.7
.7
.0

.7
.7
.0

.5
.5
.0

.4
.5
.0

.5
.5
.0

.4
.5
.0

.4
.4
.0

.4
.4
.0

.3
.4
.0

.3
.3
.0

.3
.3
.0

.4
.4
.0

.5
.5
.0

.6
.6
.0

.0
.7
.0

.0
.7
.0

.5
.5
.0

8.9
.0

10.4
.0

9.5
.0

10.4
.0

11.3
.0

11.4
.0

14.2
.0

15.8
.0

13.1

15.5
.0

17.6
.0

19.0
.0

18.4
.0

17.5
.0

15.3
.0

13.0

.0

12.7
.1

_

Addenda: New cars, domestic 3
New cars, foreign

9.0
.0

10.8
.0

1953

1952

Line

II

III

I

IV

II

1955

1954

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

1950

III

IV

II

III

IV

_

12.6

13.2

10.8

17.5

18.2

18.7

19.7

18.1

15.9

17.5

16.6

18.2

23.6

25.3

25.8

23.8

19.8

18.4

17.0

19.3

Personal consumption expenditures.
Producers' durable equipment
Change in dealers' auto inventoriesNet exports.
Exports...
Imports...

10.2
2.7

10.7
2.7
-.8

8.5
2.1
-.3

12.4
2.9
1.8

14.1
3.1

14.2
3.1

14.3
3.1
1.6

14.6
3.2
-.2

13.4
2.9

14.1
3.1
-.3

13.9
3.0
-.9

15.0
3.3
-.6

17.6
3.7
1.7

19.7
4.1
.8

20.3
4.1
.6

19.0
3.7
.4

16.5
3.2
-.6

15.4
3.0

14.7
2.8

15.8

.5
.5
.0

.5
.5
.0

.4
.5
.1

.5
.5
.1

.5
.6
.1

.5
.6
.1

.6
.6
.0

.5
.5
.0

.5
.5
.0

.5
.6
.0

.5
.5
.1

.5

.7
.8
.1

.6
.7
.1

.6
.7
.1

Addenda: New cars, domestic 2.. . . .
New cars, foreign

11.3

11.8

9.5

16.2

16.8

17.5
.1

18.4
.1

16.7

14.6
.1

16.0
.1

15.1
.1

16.7
.1

24.1
.1

22.1
.2

18.2
.2

Gross auto product i . . .

II
Gross auto product »„_

Addenda: New cars, domestic a
New cars, foreign

IV

I

20.3

21.4

17.9

II

III

18.0

20.3

16.2
2.8
1.0

.1
.5
.4

.1
.4
.3

.1
.4
.3

.2
.5
.3

.1
.5
.4

17.1

12.2
.8

15.7
.8

16.1
.8

18.5
.7

22.5

21.0

21.3

19.1

14.6
2.5

15.9
2.9

-1.3

17.2
3.1
.7

17.2
3.1

-.8

17.2
3.1
2.4

.2
.6
.4

.1
.5

.0
.5
.4

-.1
.5
.6

-.1
.5

-.2
.4
.7

-.3
.5
.8

4
4
8

-.3
.5

—.2
.5

.0
.4
.4

16.3
.6

13.0
.6

12.2
.7

11.4

14.5
1.0

16.9
1.2

17.3
1.3

13.2
1.3

20.6
1.2

19.0
1.0

19.2
1.0

20.8

.1
.5
.4

21.3

23.1

23.0

24.2

1965

1964
III

II

IV

III

23.9

25.1

25.6

26.0

18.1
3.2
-.3

18.6
3.3
.8

19.3
3.4
.0

20.0
3.5
.5

20.1
3.5
-.1

20.5
3.6
.5

20.6
3.6

21.0
3.7

26.2

26.7

22.9

21.6
3.8
.3

22.7
4.0

20.1
3.6
-1.1

.4

.3
.7
.4

.2
.7
.5

.0
.4
.4

.2
.7
.5

.3
.8
.5

.4
.9
.5

.2
.8
.5

.8

.5
1.1
.6

.2
.8
.7

II

III

32.2

30.6

31.9

30.7

25.4
4.5
1.8

216
4.3
1.3

25.9
4.6

25.3
4.5
.5

.3
.8
.5

.2
.9
.7

.4
1.1
.6

.3
1.1
.9

IV

IV

IV

15.4
2.7
-.4

15.2

16,9
2.9
-.2

III

III

14.6
2.6
.2

19.4

16.6
2.9
1.2

17.7
3.1
-.2




II
17.7

20.4

1963

17.9
.3

14.2

19.0

15.6
2.7
.8

18.4
1.3

15.4
.2

14.3
2.6
.1 - 3 . 0

16.4
12.8
2.2
1.4

.3
.6
.3

.4
.6
.2

16.8
.2

IV

13.1

II

'

III

12.3
2.1

1962

et exports
Exports.. ""
Imports.

II

IV

13.9

Line

N

III

12.4
2.2

.3
.5
.2

.4
.5
.1

1961

14.6

11? 18.8 19.8
.5
.4
.3

auto product*..

II

IV

.1

.5
.6
.1

1960

16 9 16 3 15.5 16.1 13.2
2.4
2.9
2.8
2.9
3.0
2.8 - 1 . 3 - 1 . 2
.6
.8

21.2

Personal consumption expenditures..
Producers' durable equipment
— \n dealers' auto inventories...
Net exports..
Exports...
Imports...

III

23.6
.1

1959

1958

1957

Line

22,0
.1

2.9

-1.0

IV

28

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES
Table 1.17.—Gross Farm
[Millions of dollars]
1930

9,835

9,917

10,617

13,727

8,864

7,723

7,872

1,394

1,434

1,235

. 1,209

-806
693

816
733

132
745

95
741

2,818

3,234

3,568

3,248

3,589

2,313

2,663

3,017

2,784

3,096

571

551

464

493

9,821
7,120

8,391

1,030

1,125

1,320

-194
614

-930
640

698
683

2,013

2,160

2,495

1,687

1,784

2,061

326

376

434

505

2

4,748

3

farm products consumed directly in farm households.
Change in farm inventories

1,713

1,552

1,265

993

»122
913

-269
865

460
775

110
664

Less: Valuo of intermediate products consumed,
total.
Intermediate products consumed, other
than rents.
Gross rents paid to nonfarm landlords
(excluding operating expenses).

4,105

3,519

2,568

3,292

2,876

2,131

813

643

437

8

9,672 11,847

7,192
6,357

6,515

6,381

7

1941

6,782

8,881

9,055

6

1940

5,332

13,816 11,203

Cosh receipts from farm marketings and CCC 11,312

pj

1939

1935 I 1936

1929

4

1938

1934

1932

1931

Lino

1933

1937

1,429

1,758

2,253

2,181

2,356

420
767

1,090
821

-53
879

-410
955

-439
1,052

4,132

4,762

6,190

7,385

7,951

8,661

3,563

3,968

5,161

6,196

6,762

7,448

569

794

1,029

1,189

1,189

1,213

-29

-56

-66

-13

-9

-11

-14

-16

-19

-22

-19

-19

-20

.._ 9,680

4,493

4,611

4,683

6,987

6,419

8,257

6,568

6,3W

6,465

864
538

911
535

818
485

702
418

613
362

615
349

624
354

687
364

750
378

791
375

734
382

742
382

113

397

493

242

283

377

661

626

11 Equals: National Income originating In farming.. 8,278

6,218

4,997

3,373

3,749

4,116

6,507

5,610

7,412

5,779

5,854

5,967

Equals* Gross farm product ....
Less1 Capital consumption allowances

-

1°
13 Plus* Government payments to farm landlords ..

23,262 24,632

281
744

6,300

11

1945

1,210

-20

10

19,243 22,699

1944

15,565

7,664

Plus* Otheritems

1943

8,382 11,111

-31

9

1942

19,620 20,536 21,66-3

-37

-50

8,936 13,016

15,264

811
397

1,265
403

1,290
418

472

563

563

8,200 11,911

14,119

15,255 15,905
1,340
438

1,224
499

687

659

14,164 14,841

Table 1.18.—Gross Farm Product in
[Billions of 1958 dollars]
1929

Line

1930

1931

1932

1933

1934

1935

1936

1937

1938

1939

1940

1941

1942

1943

1944

1945

1

Total value of farm output

23.8

22.5

24.4

23.5

23.4

20.2

22.5

21.5

24.7

24.9

26.0

26.2

28.1

30.9

30.2

30.2

29.8

2

Cash receipts from farm marketings and CCC
loans.
Farm products consumed directly in farm
households.
Change in farm inventories
Gross rental value of farm homes
_
Less: Value of intermediate products consumed,
total.
Intermediate products consumed, other
than rents.
Gross rents paid to nonfarm landlords
(excluding operating expenses).

19.6

18.4

18.6

18.4

19.4

18.8

16.9

18.9

18.7

20.4

21.2

21.2

22.9

24.8

25.7

26.7

26.5

2.7

2.7

2.9

2.9

3.1

3.0

2.8

2.8

2.8

2.8

2.9

2.9

2.7

2.7

2.8

2.7

2.7

.0
1.5

-.2
1.5

1.5
1.5

.8
1.4

-.5
1.4

-3.0
1.4

1.4
1.4

-1.6

1.8
1.4

.2
1.4

.5
1.4

.7
1.4

1.1
1.4

2.0
1.4

.2
1.4

-.5
1.4

-.9
1.4

6.8

6.3

5.9

5.5

5.8

5.6

5.9

6.6

6.7

7.0

7.8

8.7

9.3

10.2

10.6

10.8

11.6

5.4

5.1

4.7

4.3

4.7

4.6

4.8

5.4

5.7

5.8

, 6.5

7.3

7.6

8.6

9.0

9.4

10.1

1.4

1.3

1.2

1.2

1.2

1.0

1.1

1.2

1.1

1.2

1.3

1.4

1.6

1.6

1.5

1.4

1.4

Plus: Other items

-.1

.0

.0

.0

.0

o

o

o

Equals: Gross farm product

17,0

16.]

18.5

18.0

17.5

14.6

16.5

3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

NOTE.—-Implicit price deflators are shown in table 8.5, pages 162-163.




14.9

1
17.9

17.8

18.2

17.5

18.8

20.6

19.6

-.1

19.4

18.1

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES
Product: Annually, 1929*65
[Millions of dollars]
1946

1947

1948

1949

1950

28,796

32,072

36,197

30,577

24,802

29,620

30,227

27,805

2,662

2,765

2,733

29
1,303

-1,760
1,447

1,732
1,505

1951

1952

1953

1954

32,800

37,953

37,406

34,150

33,823

28,484

32,803

32,463

30,999

29,737

2,230

2,063

2,304

2,220

2,007

1,789

-866
1,408

789
1,464

1,239
1,607

987
1,736

-621
1,765

586
1,711

1955

1956

1957

33,124

33,264

29,238

30,325

1,678
467
1,741

1958

1959

1960

1961

33,603

37,647

36,878

37,564

38,443

29,798

33,433

33,611

34,108

34,985

1,585

1,484

1,505

1,318

1,248

1,174

1,074

1,014

-380
1,734

534
1,787

848
1,861

-8
1,957

233
1,975

279
2,005

714
2,072

785
2,153

1962

Lino

1963

1964

39,928

40,997

39,322

43,441

1

36,068

37,046

36,719

39,208

o

934

924

3

-594
2,263

935
2,374

4
5
G

1905

9,942

11,784

12,773

11,709

12,725

14,934

15,099

13,739

14,089

14,248

14,563

15,042

16,656

17,093

17,011

17,516

18,642

19,291

18,728

19,485

8,365

10,048

11,086

10,273

11,147

13,170

13,269

12,087

12,473

12,684

12,991

13,569

14,995

15,518

15,387

15,850

10,937

17,475

16,966

17,678

7

1,577

1,730

1,687

1,436

1,578

1,764

1,830

1,652

1,616

1,564

1,572

1,473

1,661

1,575

1,624

1,666

1,705

1,816

1,762

1,907

8

-86

-102

-109

-111

-120

-131

-144

-126

-124

-120

-124

-128

-145

-140

-71

-68

-63

-161

-177

-198

9

18,768

20,186

23,315

18,757

19,955

22,888

22,163

20,285

19,610

18,756

18,577

18,433

20,846

19,645

20,482

20,859

21,223

21,545

20,417

23,758

10

1,086
542

1,421
645

1,854
714

2,223
773

2,511
810

2,958
864

3,141
906

3,262
925

3,377
942

3,481
975

3,520
1,013

3,692
1,069

3,793
1,100

4,001
1,193

4,007
1,246

3,979
1,317

4,095
1,334

4,201
1,457

4,458
1,508

4,694
1,594

11
12

683

277

227

161

249

250

.240

186

224

200

486

891

988

619

628

1,335

1,557

1,517

1,947

2,201

13

17,823

18,397

20,974

15,922

16,883

19,316

18,356

16,284

15,515

14,500

14,530

14,563

16,941

15,070

15,857

16,898

17,301

17,404

16,398

19,671

14

1958

1959

1900

1961

1962

1963

1904

1965

Constant Dollars: Annually, 1929-65
[Billions of 1958 dollars]
1946

1947

1948

1949

1950

1951

1952

1954

1953

1955

1956

1957

Line

30.8

29.5

31.5

30.9

32.5

32.3

33.0

33.8

34.7

35.7

36.1

35.9

37.6

38.3

39.2

39.9

40.7

42.0

41.1

43.2

1

26.8

27.1

26.5

27.8

27.9

27.5

28.5

30.6

30.5

31.6

33.1

31.9

33.4

35.0

35.8

36.5

37.0

38.3

38.8

39.6

o

2.9

2.6

2.5

2.3

2.3

2.1

2.1

2.0

1.9

1.8

1.8

1.6

1.5

1.4

1.3

1.3

1.1

1.1

1.0

.9

3

.7
1.9

.8
1.9

-.0
1.9

.9
1.9

4
5

1.4

1.0
1.5

— 8
1.5

.8
1.6

1.0
1.6

.7
1.7

-.4
1.7

.5
1.8

.4
1.8

-.6
1.8

.5
1.8

.8
1.9

.0
1.9

.2
1.9

.2
1.9

12.4

12.4

13.0

13.8

13.9

13.7

14.1

14.6

15.2

15.4

16.7

17.1

17.2

17.0

18.6

19.1

18.9

19.3

6

11.5

12.3

12.3

12.1

12.6

13.1

13.6

13.9

15.0

15.5

15.6

16.0

16.9

17.3

17.2

17.4

7

1 6

1 6

1 5

1.7

1.6

1.6

1.7

1.7

1.7

1.7

1.8

8

-.2
1.4

-1.6

12.3

12.5

10.6

10.9

17

1 a

-.1
18.5

10.9

11.0

1.5
-.1
17.0

1.5

1.5

1.5

-.1

—.1

-.1

-.1

1

19.0




18.4

19.4

18.4

-.1
19.0

R

-.1
20.0

-.1
20.4

-.1

-.1

-.1

-.1

-.2

-.1

-.1

-.1

-.2

-.2

-.2

9

20.9

20.8

20.3

20.8

21.1

21.9

22.2

22.1

22.8

22.0

23.8

10

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED BTATJUB

30

Table 1.19.—Gross National Product: Quarterly
[Billions of dollars]
1949

1948

1947

1946
Line

II

III

II

IV

III

II

IV

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

Gross national product

47.5

50.5

53.0

57.4

53.4

55.9

57.5

64.5

59.4

62.1

65.3

70.7

61.8

62.2

64.5

68.0

Personal consumption expenditures

31.6

31.5

36.0

41.2

36.5

39.4

39.4

45.4

40.1

42.6

42.8

43.1

41.0

44.0

43.2

48.6

2.7
18.2
10.8

3.7
19.7
11.2

4.0
20.5
11.5

5.4
24.1
11.8

4.2
20.2
12.1

5.0
22.0
12.4

4.9
22.0
12.6

6.3
26.3
12.8

4.8
22.2
13.2

5.6
23.4
13.5

5.7
23.2
13.9

6.6
27.4
14.1

4.9
21.9
14.2

6.1
23.4
14.4

6.2
22.5
14.4

7.3
26.7
14.5

6.6

6.8

9.3

8.0

8.5

6.9

8.7

9.8

11.1

10.4

13.0

11.6

10.3

7.1

10.1

8.2

10.4
6.6
2.1
4.5
3.8
3.6
.2

11.0
6.8
2.4
4.3
4.2
4.0
.2

11.2
7.6
2.4
5.1
3.6
3.4
.2

8.7
6.1
2.0
4.0
2.6
2.4
.2

9.7
6.5
2.1
4.4
3.2
3.0
.2

10.0
6.2
2.2
4.0
3.9
3.6
.2

10.3
6.3
2.1
4.2
4.0
3.8
.2

.1
-.5
.6

1.9
1.4
.5

.4
.0
.4

1.6
1.7
2

-2.6
-2.3
-.3

.0
.3
-.3

-2.1
-1.9
-.1

Durable goods
Nondurable goods,
Services
Gross prirate domestic Investment..
Fixed Investment...
Nonrcsldcntlal
Structures
Producers' durable equipment
Residential structures
Nonfarm
Farm

4.2
3.1
1.3
1.8
1.1
1.0
.1

5.7
4.0
1.7
2.3
1.7
1.6
.1

6.9
4.G
1.9
2.7
2.2
2.1
.2

7.5
5.3
1.9
3.4
2.2
2.0
.1

7.4
5.5
1.7
3.8
1.9
1.8
.1

8.3
5.9
1.8
4.1
2.4
2.2
.2

9.0
5.8
2.0
3.8
3.2
3.0
.2

9.8
6.2
2.0
4.2
3.6
3.4
.2

8.8
5.9
1.8
4.1
2.8
2.6
.2

Change In business inventories..
Nonfarm
Farm

2.3
2.3
.0

1.1
1.1
.0

2.4
2.4
.0

,5
.6
.0

1.1
1.4
-.3

-1.3
-.7
-.6

-.2
.4

.0
.2
-.3

2.3
2.0
.3

1.6

20

2.8

3.2

2.8

2.6

2.0

1.7

1.2

1.5

1.8

2.0

1.3

1.1

3.8
1.9

4.8
2.0

5.3
2.1

4.8
2.0

4.8
2.2

4.5
2.5

4.2
2.5

3.9
2.7

4.1
2.6

4.3
2.5

4.4
2.4

3.7
2.3

3.5
2.4

7.0

5.8

6.4

5.6

6.4

6.4

6.7

6.2

7.4

8.3

9.5

8.7

9.1

4.7
4.3
.5

3.2
2.3

3.7
2.7
1.0

2.9
2.2
.6

3.3
2.3
1.0

3.1
2.1
1.0

3.3
2.5

3.0
2.4

3.8
2.7
1.1

4.2
2.7
1.5

5.5
3.0
2.5

4.9
3.3
1.6

4.7
3.4
1.3

5.1
3.3
1.8

5.5
3.2
2.2

2.3

Ftxlernl
Nntlonal defense..
Other

1.8

3.8
1.8

5.7
5.5
.1

Government purchases of goods and
ser rites.

1.9

3.9
1.7

7.8

Exports..
Imports.

2.1

3.3
1.7

Net exports of goods and services..

2.6

2.7

2.8

3.0

3.4

3.4

3.2

3.7

4.1

4.0

3.9

4.4

4.8

4.6

State ami local..

1959

1958

1957

1956

10.1

Line

III

IV

III

IV

II

IV

III

III

II

IV

Gross national product

98.6

102.9

10J.1

113.7

104.4

109.1

110.6

117.0

103.9

108.8

123.0

113.1

121.4

119.3

129.9

Personal consumption expenditures

62.4

65.5

65.5

73.3

65.4

69.5

69.9

76.6

67.6

71.2

71.5

79.8

72P.3

76.8

76.8

85.4

8.8
29.6
24.0

9.7
31.3
24.5

9.2
31.4
24.9

11.2
37.0
25.1

9.3
30.3
25.8

10.3
33.0
26.2

33.5
26.5

11.2
38.7
26.6

8.4
31.7
27.5

9.3
34.0
27.9

8.9
34.4
28.2

11.3
40.1
28.5

9.5
33.2
29.5

11.5
35.5
29.8

10.7
35.8
30.3

12.6
42.1
30.6

Durable goods
Nondurable poods..
Services
Gross private domestic Investment..

17.7

16.7

18.2

17.4

17.2

16.6

17.8

16.2

14.3

14.0

15.8

16.9

17.7

20.5

18.2

18.9

Fixed investment
Nonresidential
Structure?
Producers' durable equipment
Residential structures
Nonfarm
Farm

14.2
9.7
3.7
6.0
4,5
4.3
.2

16.7
11.1
4.2
6.9
5.6
5.4
.2

17.1
11.1
4.6
6.4
6.0
5.9
.2

17.3
11.8
4.7
7.1
5.5
5.3
.2

14.7
10.5
4.1
6.4
4.2
4.0
.2

17.0
11.9
4.4
7.5
5.1
4.9
.2

17.4
11.7
4.7
7.0
5.6
5.5
.2

17.4
12.2
4.7
7.5
5.2
5.1
.2

13.9
9.9
4.0
6.0
4.0
3.9
.1

15.5
10.6
4.1
6.5
4.9
4.8
.2

16.0
10.2
4.2
5.9
5.8
5.7
.2

16.9
10.9
4.3
6.6
6.0
5.8
.2

14.9
9.8
3.6
6.2
5.0
4.9
.2

18.2
11.7
4.0
7.7
6.5
6.4
.2

18.8
11.4
4.5
6.9
7.3
7.2
.2

18.6
12.1
4.5
7.6
6.5
6.4

3.5
3.6
-.1

.0
.2
-.2

1.1
1.2
-.1

.1
.1
.1

2.5
2.5
.0

-.5
.1

.5
.3
.2

-1.2
-1.5
.3

.4
.2
.2

-1.6
-1.8
.2

-.5
.2

.0
-.2
.2

2.9
2.9
.0

2.2
2.2
.0

-.6
.0

.3
.3
.0

,
,

Change in business inventories..
Nonfarm
Farm
Net exports of coods and services..

20

Government
services.

Federal
National defense.
Other
State and locaL

1.0

.7

1.7

1.6

1.7

1.0

1.5

.6

.7

.2

.7

,1

-.1

6.0
4.9

5.7
5.1

6.5
4.8

6.7
5.1

6.9
5.3

6.3
5.3

6.6
5.1

5.6
4.9

5.9
5.2

5.5
5.3

6.1
5.4

5.4
5.4

5.8
5.9

5.9
6.2

6.4
5.9

17.9

19.7

19.7

21.2

20.2

21.3

22.0

22.7

21.3

23.0

24.2

25.6

23.0

24.3

24.6

25.1

10.6
9.3
1.4

11.5
10.6
.9

10.8
9.5
1.3

12.7
11.0
1.7

12.1
10.6
1.5

12.1
11.4
.7

12.1
10.8
1.3

13.2
H.4
1.8

12.4
10.8
1.6

13.0
11.8
1.2

13.3
11.1
2.1

14.9
12.2
2.8

13.1
11.3
1.9

13.4
11.8
1.5

13.1
11.0
2.1

14.1
12. Q
2.2

7.3

purchases of goods and

.5
5.4
4.8

Exports..
Imports..

8.2

8.9

8.5

8.1

9.1

9.5

8.9

10.1

10.9

10.6

9.9

10.9

11.5

11.0

Table 1.20.—Gross National Product Originating in General Government, Farm*
[Billions of dollars]
Line

1909

1910

1911

1912

1913

1914

1915

1916

1917

1918

Current Dollars
» national product
General government..
Farms
All other industries K

33.4

35.3

35.8

39.4

39.6

38.6

40.0

48.3

60.4

1.0
5.4
27.0

1.1
5.8
28.4

1.1
5.1
29.6

1.2
6.3
31.9

1.3
5.6
32.7

1.4
6.1
31.1

1.4
6.3
32.2

1.5
6.8
39.9

2.2
11.0
47.2

116.8

120.1

123.2

130.2

131.4

125.6

124.5

134.3

7.9
16.7
99.8

8.1
15.3
110.9

195S Dollars
Gross national product
General government..
Farms
All other industries L
1

76.1
5.1
12.0
59.3

151.*
10.4
16.3
108.5

20.6
15.5
IIS*

This subtotal exceeds gross nonfarm business product in tables 1.7 and 1.8 by




originating in households a n d institutions, and in the rest o

31

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES
Totals Not Seasonally Adjusted, 1946-65
[Billions of dollars]
1950

1951

1952

1953

1954

1955
T inn

I

II

II

I

III

IV
80.5

76.6

79.9

III

I

IV

II

III

IV

I

II

II

IV

I

II

III

IV

III

II

I

IV

64.0

66.8

73.5

83.2

88.7

82.0

83.3

85.7

94.4

87.4

91.3

90.3

95.6

86.5

89.7

90.0

93.6

92.6

97.4

42.7

46.0

49.0

53.2

49.0

50.2

50.3

56.8

49.7

53.2

52.9

60.8

53.8

57.3

56.6

62.3

51.8

58.6

57.9

C5.I

58.5

62.8

63.0

70.0

2

6.1
21.7
14.9

7.0
23.5
15.5

8.8
24.4
15.9

8,6
28.5
16.1

7.4
25.0
16.6

7.2
26.1
16.9

7.0
26.2
17.0

8.1
31.4
17.3

6.2
25.7
17.8

7.4
27.6
18.2

6.8
27.6
18.5

8.9
33.0
19.0

7.5
26.9
19.5

8.6
28.7
19.9

8.2
28.2
20.2

9.0
33.0
20.3

7.2
2G.7
20.9

8.3
29.0
21.2

7.8
28.7
21.5

9.5
33.9
21.8

8.7
27.4
22.4

10.1
30.0
22.7

9.9
30.1
23.0

11.0
35.8
23.3

3
4
5

100.4 107.6

1

11,5

11.4

15.0

16.2

15.8

15.1

15.5

12.9

14.4

11.0

13.3

13.2

14.1

13.5

13.8

11.3

12.9

11.9

13.5

13.4

16.1

16.2

18.0

17.2

0

9.2
5.8
1.9
3.9
3.5
3.3
.2

11.5
6.7
2.2
4.5
4.8
4.6
.2

13.4
7.4
2.5
4.9
6.0
5.7
.2

13.2
8.1
2.7
5.3
5.2
5.0
.2

11.2
7.2
2.5
4.8
4.0
3.8
.2

12.5
8.2
2.8
5.4
4.3
4.1
.2

12.6
8.0
3.0
5.1
4.6
4.4
.2

12.6
8.4
2.9
5.4
4.3
4.1
.2

11.1
7.6
2.6
5.1
3.5
3.3
.2

12.6
8.3
2.8
5.5
4.4
4.2
.2

12.2
7.4
2.9
4.4
4.8
4.6
.2

12.9
8.3
3.1
5.2
4.6
4.4
.2

11.5
7.7
2.8
5.0
3.7
3.6
.2

13.5
8.8
3.1
5.7
4.7
4.5
.2

13.6
8.6
3.3
5.3
5.0
4.8
.2

13.5
9.0
3.4
5.5
4.5
4.4
2

11.4
7,8
3.0
4.8
3.6
3.5
2

13. G
8.7
3.2
5.5
4.8
4.7
.2

14.0
8.4
3.4
4.9
5.7
5.5

14.2
8.7
3.4
5.3
5.5
5.3
.2

12.8
8.0
3.1
4.9
4.8
4.0
.1

15. G
9.5
3.4
0.1
0.1

6.0
.1

10.4
9.8
3.8
0.0
0.0
6.4
.2

16.0
10.8
4.0
G.8
5.8
5.7
.2

7
8
9
10
11
12
13

*2.3
2.2
.1

-.1
-.2
.1

1.6
1.3
.3

2.9
2.6
.3

4.6
4.3
.3

2.6
2.3
.3

2.9
2.6
.3

.3
.0
.3

3.3
3.0
.3

-1.6
-1.9
.3

1.1
.9
.2

.3
.1
.2

2.6
2.7
—.1

-.1
.1
2

.2
.4
~ 2

-2.2
-2.2

1.5
1.4

-.5
-.7

-.8
-1.1

3.3
3.1

.5
.4

l.fl
1.4

.0
.5

14
15
16

-1.7
-1.8

.7

.8

.0

.3

.2

.9

1.0

1.6

1.1

.9

.0

.3

.0

.0

-.2

.5

.2

.4

.2

1.0

.C

.4

.2

.8

17

3.2
2.5

3.3
3.4

3.8
3.5

4.1
3.9

4.9
3.9

4.6
3.7

5.2
3.6

5.0
3.9

4.7
3.8

4.0
3.9

4.4
4.1

4.1
4.0

4.3
4.3

4.1
4.3

4.4
4.0

3.9
3.8

4.7
4.2

4.2
4.0

5.0
3.9

4.7
4.1

4.0
4.5

4.8
4.0

5,4
4.0

18
19

9.1

3.4
2.7
8.6

9.5

10.8

11.6

13.8

16.4

17.4

16.8

18.3

19.5

20.1

19.5

20.5

20.1

21.6

18.6

18.8

18.4

19.0

17.4

18.0

19.2

19. G

20

4.7
3.1
1.6

3.7
3.0
.7

4.3
3.4
.9

5.7
4.6
1.1

6.7
6.0
.7

8.4
7.7
.7

10.7
9.4
1.3

11.9
10.5
1.4

11.6
10.4
1.2

12.5
11,5
1.0

13.4
11.5
1.9

14.3
12.5
1.8

13.9
12.1
1.8

14.5
12.7
1.7

13.5
11.6
1.9

15.2
12.2
3.0

12.6
10.8
1.8

12.0
11.0
1.0

10.9
9.2
l.G

11.9
10.2
1.8

10.6
9.4
1.3

10.4
9.9
.5

11.1
9.7
1.4

11.9
9.0
2.3

21
22
23

4.4

4.8

5.2

5.1

4.8

5.4

5.8

5.5

5.2

5.8

6.1

5.8

5.6

6.1

6.6

6.3

CO

6.8

7.5

7.0

G.8

7.G

8.1

7.7

24

1960

1962

1961

19G4

1963

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

120.5

125.6

124.6

133.1

120.6

128.2

129.1

142.2

131.3

139.6

138.1

151.5

137.8

146.1

76.1

81.0

79.6

88.6

78.0

82.3

82.3

92.6

82.7

87.4

86.6

98.3

87.3

92.2

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11.0
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4.9
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12.7
4.4
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4.7
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4.8
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7.8
5.5
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98.9

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14.0
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52.0
41.5

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46.4
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56.5
44.7

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4
5

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23.0

23.7

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26.5

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6

22.9
15.6
5.2
10.3
7.4
7.2
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15.4
5.7
9.7
7.7
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16.3
5.8
10.4
6.9
G.7
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20.8
15.3
4.9
10.4
5.4
5.3
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25.0
17.0
6.2
11.4
7.4
7.3
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6.6
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12.1
7.1
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H
9
10
11
12
13

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-.2

.5
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4.7
4.7
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2.0
1.7
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15
16

IV

I

II

III

146.5

160.2

148.3

157.1

92.0

103.5

93.4

98.3

13.5
41.0
37.7

12.4
41.2
38.4

16.3
48.4
38.8

40.3
40.0

13.1

15,1
42.7
40.5

20.3

22.2

22.3

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22.3

21.3
13.7
5.3
8.4
7.6
7.5

21.0
14.7
5.3
9.4
7.2
7.1
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19.1
13.5
4.2
9.2
5.6
5.5
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3.2
3.2
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1.0
1.2
-.2

III

IV

18.9
12.9
4.9
8.0
6.1
5.9
2

16.2
11.4
4.2
7.2
4.8
4.6

20.0
13.3
4.6
8.6
6.7
6.5
1

20.4
13.1
5.2
7.9
7.3
7.2
2

20.4
13.9
5.1
8.8
6.6
6.4
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17.1
12.0
3.9
8.1
5.1
5.0
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20.9
13.9
4.9
9.0
7.0
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-,1
-.2

3.7
3.6

1.5

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1.3
1.1
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1.2

1.6

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1,7

1.4

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2.7

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17

7.9
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6.4

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7.1

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6.8

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18
19

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6.4
6.3

1.3

6.8
6.1

7.8
5.9

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7.1
5.6
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27.5

29.1

29.4

31.1

28.8

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31.6

32.1

30.2

32.7

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33.2

31.0

33.6

34.8

36.9

20

14.2
11.7
2.5

13.5
11.6
1.9

14.0
12.1
1.9

14.1
11.4
2.7

15.8
12.7
3.1

15.2
12.7
2.5

15.9
13.8
2.1

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12.0
3.3

17.1
13.1
3.9

15.7
12.4
3.3

15.4
12.9
2.5

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12.5
3.5

17.1
12.9
4.2

15.9
12.2
3.6

1G.6
13.3
3.4

15.8
12.1
3.7

16.8
12.3
4.5

15.4
11.7
3.7

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12.6
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16.2
12.0
4.2

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13.8
5.2

21
22
23

12.0

11.4

12.3

13.3

13.2

12.3

13.2

14.2

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13.1

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15.6

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14.3

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17.1

16.3

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17.4

18.6

17.9

24

26.1

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5.4
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12.8
11.1
1.7

13.8
11.2
2.6

11.5

12.3

6.9
5.3

AH Other Industries, in Current and Constant Dollars: Annually, 1909-28
[Billions of dollars]
Line

1919

1920

1921

1922

1923

1924

1925

192G

1927

1928

Current Dollars
1
2
3
4

Gross national product

84.0

91.5

69.6

74.1

85.1

84.7

93.1

97.0

94.9

97.0

General government

-

3.6
19 7
67.8

2.9
12 1
76.5

3.2
7 0
59.4

3.1
7.8
63.2

3.2
8.6
73.3

3.4
8.4
73.0

3.5
10.1
79.4

3.7
9.4
S3. 8

3.9
9.1
81.8

4.1
9,4
S3.4

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146.4

140.0

127.8

143.0

165.9

165.5

179.4

190.0

189.8

190.9

10.3
15.5
122.2

10.5
16.3
139.1

10.9
15.6
139.0

11.3
16.7
151.3

11.6
16.3
162.1

12.0
17.0
160.8

12.3
16.4
162.2

_

All other industries *

-

1958 Dollars
5
6
7
Q

or

Gross national product
2 e neral government
Farms
"
another industries'

14.3
15.9
116.2

10.7
15.7
113.6

$ sector; the latter have not been separately estimated for the pre-1929 period.




10.6
14.3
102.9

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THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

2. Personal Income and Outlay
Table

2.1

Page

Personal Income and Its Disposition: Annually, 1929-65, and Seasonally Adjusted Quarterly Totals at Annual Rates, 1946-65-.. _

32

2.2

Personal Income: Seasonally Adjusted Monthly Totals at Annual Rates, 1946-65-

36

2.3

Personal Consumption Expenditures by Major Type: Annually, 1929-65, and
Seasonally Adjusted Quarterly Totals at Annual Rates, 1946- 65- _
.

40

2.4

Personal Consumption Expenditures by Major Type: Quarterly Totals Not
Seasonally Adjusted, 1946-65

42

2.5

Personal Consumption Expenditures by Type of Product: Annually, 1929-65--_

44

2.6

Personal Consumption Expenditures by Type of Product in Constant Dollars:
Annually, 1929-65.-

48

Table 2.1.—Personal Income and
{Millions of dollars]
1929

Lino
Personal income..
Wage and salary disbursements..
Commodity-producing Industries
Manufacturing
Distributive industries,...
Service industries
Government
Other labor Income..
Proprietors' income
Business and professional..
Farm
12

1930

1931

1932

1933

1934

1935

1936

1937

1938

1939

1940

85,905

77,015

65,896

50,150

47,004

53,966

60,405

68,602

74,118

68,346

72,769

78,285

50,436
21,505
16,092
15,558
8,435
4,933

46,188
18,548
13,850
14,491
7,995
5,154

39,130

30,487 29,005
9,936 9,815
7,678 7,827
9,758 8,804
5,827 5,244
5,142
4,966

33,712

561

551

510

409

443

14,297
10,810
12,523
7,052
5,258

451

15,108 11,884
8,958 7,581
6,150 4,303

9,165
5,753
3,412

5,654
3,558
2,096

5,915
3,331
2,584

12,064
9,643
9,918
5,654
6,076
7,675
4,723
2,952

36,695 41,924
13,547 15,793
10,829 12,410
10,708 11,765
5,939 6,500
6,501 7,866
479

572

42,978
15,276
11,837
12,631
6,847
8,224

45,941
17,358
13,585
13,284
7,100
8,199

595

46,107
18,358
14,571
13,162
7,094
7,493

627

1941

1942

95,972 [22,901

49,816 62,081
19,712 27,518
15,584 21,714
14,202 16,320
7,479 8,051
8,423 10,192

105,577
48,942
40,883
20,129
9f875
26,631

720

860

1,082

687

10,758
5,488
5,270

10,955
6,663
4,292

13,203

7,202
6,001

11,297
6,926
4,371

11,845
7,435
4,410

13,045
8,581
4,464

1,526

17,507 23,831 28,632 29,821
11,067 14,049 16,971 18,210
6,440 9,782 11,661 11,611
3,465 4,547 5,097

5,425

4,778

3,761

2,713

1,971

1,694

1,661

1,776

2,081

2,560

2,742

2,885

Dividends
.„
Personal interest income..
Transfer payments
Old-age and survivors insurance
benefits.
State unemployment insurance benefits.
Veterans benefits
Other
,

5.801
7,220

5,468
6,760

4,066
6,701

2,544
6,283

2,038
5,702

2,567
5,838

2,844
5,730

4,523
5,512

4,660
5,622

3,165
5,471

3,766
5,481

4,016
5,380

4,431
5,456

1,496

1,533

2,714

2,170

2,116

2,194

2,400

3,520

2,418
1

2,834
10

2,963
14

3,114
35

3,113

393

429

513

344

560
936

601
932

1,574
1,140

773
1,397

545
1,571

43S
1,756

474
1,926

1,889
1,631

1,822

531
1,900

522
1,998

524
2,037

Less: Personal contributions for social
insurance.

142

147

151

152

152

157

162

180

566

554

596

2,643

1,464

4,446
5,338
3,143
130

2,964
165

344

80

62

509
2,172

500
2,169

507
2,212

901
2,416

658

801

1,166

1,839

2,236

2,507

1,858

1,455

1,595

1,888

2,258

2,921

2,862

2,440

2,604

3,293

Equals: Disposable personal income

83,262 74,508

64,038

48,695

45,540 52,371

58,517

66,344

71,197

65,484

70,329

75,681

92,679

Less: Personal outlays
Personal consumption expenditures.
Interest paid by consumers
Personal transfer payments to
foreigners.

79,100 71,064
77,222
1,535
878
343
306

61,410
60,464
667
279

49,332
48,589
526
217

46,452 51,982
45,795 51,335
466
485
191
162

56,377 62,733
55,699 61,912
516
645
162
176

67,422 64,765 67,719
66,507 63,920 66,834
740
692
734
175
153
151

71,837
70,824
835
178

81,702
80,575

Equals: Personal saying....,

51,297 L65.276
.16,942
50,327
42,913
22,705
10,930

82,098
39,140
30,922
18,010
' 8,962
15,986

Rental Income of persons..

Less: Personal tax and nontax payments

1943

948
179

17,845 18,935
133,452 146,341
116,920
109.0SJ
89,345 100,092 108,255
88,501
470
507
721
357
249
123
5,981

37,259
4,162 3,444 2,628 -637
-912
389 2,140 3,611 3,775
719 2,610 3,844 10,977 27,575 33,360
231,600
Addendum: Disposable personal income 150,600 139,000 133,700 115,100 112,200 120,400 131,800
148,400 153,100 143,600 155,900 166,300 190,300 213,400 222,800
In constant (1958) dollars.




33

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

Its Disposition: Annually, 1929-65
[Millions of dollars]
1946

1947

1948

1949

1950

1951

1952

1953

1954

1955

1956

1957

1958

1959

1960

1961

1962

1963

1964

1965

Line

178,730 191,266 210,216 207,154 227,619 255,595 272,455 1288,163 1290,136 1310,889 1333,006 1351,101 [361,174 1383,528 (400,953 1416,814 1442,617 1465,487 495,953 535,083
117,479 112,020 122 978
45,781 45,965 54,261
38,229 36,476 42,500
24,773 30,993 35,233
12,012 14,360 16,058
20, 702 17, 426
1,799
1,891
2,334
31,422 36,524
35,488
19,199 21,596
12,223 14, 928 20,286
15,202
5.634
6,631
7,122
4,600
5,574
6,321
6,347
6,775
7,481
6.165
273

11,326
378

11,660
463

135,341 134,551 146,748 171,019 185,098 198,335 196,474 211,266 1227,842 238,695 239,926 258,187 270,814 278,030 296,091 311,095 333,619 358,389
85,388 92,789 100,218 103,828 99,666 109,082 112, m 112,832 120,756 125,744 134,013 144,300
60, 975 57,697 64,626 76,102 81,835
64,192 71, 241 67,567 73,879 79,458 82,482 78,682 86,895 89,712 89,823 96,662 100,606 107,166 115,509
47,185 44,680 50,331
37,568 37,687 39,853 44,294 46,895 49,766 50,151 53, 418 57,737 60,526 60,819 64,770 68,138 69,073 72,538 75,991 81,154 86,711
17,936 18, 552 19,887 21,682 23,272 25,061 26,350 28,867 31,595 33,891 35,897 3S.686 41,506 43,964 46,838 49,881 54,121 58,134
18,862 20,615 22,382 28,941 33,096 34,128 34,585 36,192 38,292 40,450 43,544 45,649 48,736 52,211 55,959 59,479 64,331 69,244
2,713

3,021

3,823

4,786

5,316

5,994

6,300

7,314

S,45O

9,490

9,918

11,256

12,002

12,746

13,884

14,864

16,613

18,539

40,218
22, 713
17,505

35,285
22,626
12,659

37,475
23,977
13,498

41,963
26,125
15,838

42,111
27,125
14,986

40,512
27,464
13,048

39,988
27,558
12,430

41,701
30,283
11,418

42,735
31,340
11,395

44,063
32,780
11,283

46,607
33,173
13,434

46,550
35,129
11,421

46,209
34,244
11,965

48,434
35,586
12,848

50,111
37,093
13,018

51,013
37,910
13,103

51,903
39,834
12,019

55,745
40,654
15,091

10
11

7,964

8,438

9,361

10,321

11,500

12,677

13,598

13,893

14,313

14,811

15,418

15,596

15,822

15,964

16,691

17,139

17,665

18,344

12

7,036
7,884

7,238
8,478

9,196

8,570
9,909

8,560
10,625

8,886
11,777

9,282
13,092

10,478
14,158

11,280
15,722

11,742
17,604

11,566
18,936

12,580
20,687

13,437
23,444

13,770
25,022

15,183
27,708

16,454
31,427

17,340
34,594

19,173
33,403

13
14

11,238
552

12,377
664

15,072
954

12,469
1,872

13,038
2,177

13,967
2,979

16,025
3,633

17,310
4,915

18,484
5,652

21,388
7,321

25,664
8,478

26,594
10,175

28,487
11,130

32,427
12,614

33,286
14,293

35,318
15,245

36,763
16,018

39,702
18,067

15
16

448

1,095

775

790

1,730

1,367

837

992

954

2,015

1,369

1,400

1,755

3,864

2,465

2,782

4,040

2,921

2,823

2,564

2,193

2,776
2,670

6,737
3,116

6,745
3,677

5,778
4,118

5,115
4,868

4,895
7,856

3,909
5,851

3,873
5,996

3,714
6,320

3,864
6,513

4,267
6,759

4,256
7,176

4,395
7,917

4,587
8,735

4,559
9,395

4,592
9,983

4,826
10,947

4,827
11,240

5,036
12,214

5,262
12,919

5,637
13,800

18
19

2,333

2,011

2,118

2,178

2,234

2,894

3,442

3,793

3,985

4,623

5,236

5,820

6,692

6,861

7,922

9,292

9,629

10,337

11,823

12,544

13,212

20

20.867

18,709

21,433

21,078

18,569

20,679

29,012

34,143

35,599

32,691

35,541

39,827

42,577

42,348

46,213

50,909

52,390

57,350

60,883

59,378

65,991

50,246 160,021

69,833

189,138

[88,585 206,940 226,583 238,312 252,564 257,445 275,348 293,179

108,524

18,826 337,315 350,044 364,424 385,267 404,604 436,575 469,092

144,835
43,400

162,500
60,704

175,777
.73,555

79,195
176,303

762
673

1,114
682

1,525
697

1,860
532

15,186

7,333

13,361

9,390

229.700 227,000

'18,000

[20,664
W70

29,582

1,800 230,800




93,S62 209,331 220,163 234,262 141,047 259,529 272,611 287,785 m.ssi
.01,009 206,266 ^16,679 229,669 [236,494 254,381 266,675 1281,432 290,069
5,919
5,783
5,381
4,692
4,049
3,790
3,041
2,656
2,399
563
570
555
504
456
503
443
409
454

18,259 333,028 343,273 363,677 384,662 412,088 443,407
11,207 325,241 335,152 [355,057 374,982 401,356 |431,465
7,624
0,453
7,303
3,108
9,075 10,132 11,314
484
512
599
497
605
600
628
19.056

21,151

22
23
24
25
26

15,819

20,568

20,739

22,275

25,685

27

149,600 255,700 1263,300 275,400 278,300 296,700

09,300

15,800

118,800 |333,000 340,200 350,700 367,300 381,300 406,500 430,800

28

13,075

17,252

18,149

18,302

16,398

17,016

2lt5S0

19,942

24,487

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES
Table 2.1.—Personal Income and Its Disposition: Seasonally
[Billions of dollars]

170.8

Personal! ncomc.

176.2

182.2

185.8

187.9
119.6
52.3
41.2
33.8
15.5
17.9

IV

186.1

193.8

197.4

203.3

121.3
53.4
42.0
34.3
16.1
17.5

123.3
54.3
42.3
35.8
16.2
16.9

127.7
57.0
44.4
36*. 9

131.1
59.3
46.2
36.6
17.4
17.8

IV

II

III

IV

208.8

214.5

214.5

20S.6

132.9
59.7
46.5
37.1
17.8
18.2

138.0
62.3
48.0
38.2
18.2
19.3

139.2
62.5
48.1
38.3
18.3
20.1

136.6
60.2
46.4
37.9
18.3
20.2

II

III

III

1949

1948

1947

194G

Lino

III

IV

207.1

206.1

207.1

134.7
57.7
44.5
38.2
18.5
20.4

133.7
57.0
44.4
37.4
18.5
20.7

133.2
55.9
43.4
37.2
18.9
21.2

Other labor income.

106.8
40.2
31.5
28.2
13.5
24.0

110.5
44.9
35.9
31.0
14.1
20.4

113.5
48.1
38.3
31.9
14.6
18.9

1.8

Wflk'e a n d salary disbursements
Commodity-producing i n d u s t r i e s —
Manufacturing
Distributive industries
Service industries
Government

117.2
50.fi
40.2
32.7
15.2
18.6

1.8

1.9

2.0

2.1

2.3

2,4

2.5

2.6

2.7

2.7

2.8

2.8

3.0

3,1

3.2

37.3
20.5
16.8

33.6
20.1
13.5

34.8
19.9
14.9

.36.2
20.5
15.6

37.5
21.8
15.7

41.4

41.7

22.6
18.8

23.2
18.5

40.3
23.2
17.1

36.1
22.7
13.4

35.4
22.7
12.7

34.6
22.5
12.1

35.0
22.6
12.4

7.6

7.7

7.9

8.0

8.2

8.3

8.3

8.5

8.7

6.8
7.8

7.2
7.9

7.4
8.0

7.3
8.2

7.2
8.4

7.1
8.6

7.4
8.7

11.2
.6

10.9
.6
.9

11.7

12.3
.7

12.8
.7

13.0
.7

16.3
17.4

34.0
21.0
13.0

35.8
22.1
13.7

38.4
22.1
16.2

37.9
21.2
16.7

Bcntal income of persons..

6.3

6.5

6.6

7.1

7.0

6.8

7.1

Dividends
personal Interest income..

, 5.1
6.5

5.5
6.7

5.7
6.9

6.2
7.0

6.1
7.4

6.4
7.5

6.6
7.5

7.5

10.4

10.5
.4

10.4
.5

14.3
.5

11.4
.5

7.1
7.8
11.6
.5

Proprietors' Income

Husincss and professional.
Farm

Transfer payments

12,3
.3

11.4

11.1

11.4

1.4

1.1

.9

.7

.5
.8

7.7
2.9

6.8
3.2

6.6
3.1

5.8
3.3

5.8
3.5

5.5
3.6

9.2
3.7

6.4
3.8

6.5
3.9

6.1
4.0

5.6
4.2

5.0
4.4

Less: Personal contributions for social
insurance.

2,1

2.1

2.0

1.9

2,2

2.2

2.1

2.1

2.1

2.1

2.2

2.3

Less: Personal tax and nontax payments.

17.5

18.8

19.3

19.2

20.8

21.0

21.4

22.5

23.0

20.9

20.1

20.3

Old-age, and survivors insurance
benefits.
State unemployment
insuranco
benefits.
Veterans benefits
Other

.4

.4

.8

.7

.6

1.6

2.0

2.3

5.3
4.7

5.0
5.1

4.9
5.2

2.3

2.2

2.2

2.2

19.6

18.8

18.2

17.7
189.4
181.3
178.8
2.1
.5

1.2
5.3
4.5

Equals: Disposable personal income

153.3

157.4

162.9

166.5

167.1

165.1

172.4

174.9

180.3

187.8

194.4

194.2

189.0

188.3

187.9

Less: Personal ouHays
Personal consumption expenditures...
Interest paid by consumers
....
Personal transfer payments to
foreigners.

135.4
134.3
.6
,5

140.7
139.3
.7
.7

149.4
147.9
.8
.7

153.7

156.7
155.0
1.0
.7

160.6
158.9
1.1

164.3
162.5
1.1
.7

168.3
166.5
1.2
.6

171.3
169.1
1.4
.8

175.0
172.8
1.5
.7

177.9
175.7
1.6

178.8
176.6
1.6

177.6
175.4
1.7

179.2
176.8
1.8
.5

178.6
176.2
1.9
.5

13.4

12.8

10.4

4.5

8.1

6.6

9.1

12.8

16.4

15.4

11.4

9.1

9.3

8.1

223.7

217.1

219.3

217.8

222.4

229.1

233.3

234,0

229.7

230.2

231.1

2317

III

IV

Equals: Personal savin;

__,

17.9

16.7

Addendum: Disposable personal income
inconstant (1958) dollars.

253.4

235.6

152.1
.9
.7

1956

Lino
II
Personal i n c o m e . . .
Wage and salary disbursements

Commodity-producing industries...
Manufacturing
Distributive Industries.
Service 1 ndustries
Government

Other labor income..

215.0

22C.2

1957

III

IV

1959

1958

III

III

IV

II

IV

324,7

330.3

334.8

342.0

345.8

350.2

354.7

354.3

354.2

356.0

364.5

369.9

376.0

383.8

384.5

389.7

222,2
97.4
77.5
56.7
30.6
37.4

226.3
99.4
78.6
57.5
31.3
38.0

228.7
100.3
79.3
57.9
31.9
38.7

234.1
103.7
82.5
58.8
32.5
39.1

236.9
104.5
83.2
59.6
33.2
39.7

238.4
104.2
82.8
60.3
33.7
40.2

240.6
104.3
82.9
61.1
34.2
40.9

238.8
102.3
81.1
61.0
34.4
41.0

235.4
98.6
77.8
60.3
35.0
41.5

234.9
96.8
76.3
59.9
35.6
42.5

242.4
99.9
79.0
60.9
36.1
45.5

247.0
103.3
81.6
62.2
36.8
44.7

252.7
107.0
85.0
63.4
37.4
45.0

259.2
110.8
88.3
64.7
38.3
45.5

259.1
109.0
87.0
65.2
39.0
45.9

261.8
109.7
87.3
65.8
40.1
46.3

9.7

9.9

10.3

10.7

11.1

11.5

11.7

46.1
35.4
10.7

46.1
35.2
10,9

8.0

8.3

8.6

8,9

9.1

9.4

9.6

9.9

9.7

42.1
30.9
11.1

42.3
31.2
11.0

43.1
31.3
11.8

43.5
31.9
11.7

43.4
32.6
10.9

43.8
32.8
11.0

44.7
33.1
11.7

44.3
32.7
11.6

46.4
32.4
13.9

46.3
32.8
13.5

46.7
33.3
13.3

34.1
13.0

47.1

46.9
34.5
12.4

Rental i n c o m e of persons..

14.1

14.3

14.4

14.5

14.5

14.7

15.0

15,0

15.3

15.4

15.4

15.6

15.3

47.1
35.4
11.7
15.5

15.7

15.8

Dividends
Personal Interest i n c o m e .

11,1
15.0

11.1
15.6

11.2
15.9

11.6
16.4

11.7

16.8

11.9
17.4

12.0
17.9

11.8
18.3

11.6
18.4

11.6
19.1

11.3
19.6

12.4
20.2

12.8
20.9

13.0
21.8

Transfer payments

18.0
5.3

18.8
5.8

19.0
5.9

20.0
6.4

21,3
7.5

21.6

24.2
8.0

26.5

26.0
8.8

26.3
9.6

26.1

26.4
10.4

27.5
10.6

1.5

1.5

1.6

1.6

7.5
1.7

22.9
7.8

1.3

18.3
5.5
1.4

11.7
18.6
26.1
8.4

12.0
19.9

2.3

3.1

4.2

3-7

2.9

4.3
7.0

4.3
7.1

4.2
7.2

4.2
7.4

4.3
7.7

4.4
7.8

4.4
8.0

4.6
8.2

4.6
8.5

4.6
8.8

4.6
8.9

4.6
9.2

L e s s : Personal contributions for social
Insurance.

5.7

5.8

5.8

6.0

6.7

6.7

6.8

6.7

6.7

6.7

7.0

7.0

Less: Personal tax and nontax payments.

38.4

39.6

40.2

41.2

42.0

42,7

43.0

42.5

42.0

41.5

42.7

43.2

Proprietors' income

Business and professional.
Farm.,

Old-ape and survivors insuranco
benefits.
Stnte unemployment insurance benefits.
Veterans benefits
Other
20

22

8.6
4.5
4.6
8.7

10.1

2.1

2.7

4.6

4.5
9.5

4.6
9.6

7.8

7.9

8.0

8.0

44.7

45.9

46.5

47.7

2.2

Equals: Disposable personal income

2S6.4

290.7

294.6

300.8

303.8

307,4

311.6

311.7

312.2

314.5

321.8

326.7

331.2

337.9

337.9

342.1

Less: Personal outlays
Personal consumption expenditures.
Interest paid b y consumers
Personal transfer p a y m e n t s to
foreigners.

267.7
262.0

270.3
264.4
5.4
•5.

273.5
267.5

278.9
272.8

283.4
277.2

285,6
279.3

316.6
309.8

322.0
314.8

3!

5.7
.5

6.0
.5

5.9
.5

302.6
296.2
5.9
.6

310.6
304.0

5.6
.6

293.8
287.4
5.9
.5

298.6
292.2

5.5
.5

291.9
285.4
5.9
.5

291.0
284.5

5.4
.6

290.2
283.8
5.8
.5

6.1

6.3

6.6
.6

21.5

19.9

21.2

20.7

23.2

24.1

20.6

21.2

15.9

334.9

332.6

Equals: Personal saving
A d d e n d u m : Disposable personal income
In constant (1958) dollars.




5.2
.5
18,7

20.4

21.2

22.0

20.4

21.8

305.9

308.3

309.2

314.0

314.2

315.9

317,7

316.5

313.5

314.5

321.5

325.7

329.3

18.1

35

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES
Adjusted Quarterly Totals at Annual Rates, 1946-65
(Billions of dollars]
1951

1950

1952

1953

1954

1955
Line

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

220.5

220.9

229.7

239.0

247.1

254.3

257.6

262.9

264.7

268.4

275.4

281.0

285.0

2S9.1

289.4

2S9.4

288.0

287.2

2S9.8

295.4

300.2

307. G 314.9 320.3

136.6
58.2
45.4
38.0
19.3
21.2

142.4
62.4
48.4
39.0
19.6
21.4

150.3
66.9
52.0
40.8
20.0
22.5

157.6
71.0
55.5
41.6
20.6
24.4

164.8
73.8
57.7
43.3
21.1
26.5

170.4
76.4
59.8
44.3
21.4
28.2

172.5
76.7
59.8
44.4
21.8
29.5

176.3
77.4
60.2
45.1
22.3
31.5

180.5
79.7
62.0
45.9
22.8
32.2

181.7
79.5
62.2
46.2
23,1
33.0

185.5
81.2
63.5
47.3
23.4
33.5

192.7
87.0
69.0
48.2
23.8
33.7

196.3
89.3
71.1
48.7
24.3
33.9

199.4
90.4
72.4
49.8
25.0
34.2

199.6
89.9
71.7
50.2
25.3
34.2

198.0
87.8
09.7
50.4
25.0
34.1

195.6
85.9
07.9
50.1
25. G
34.1

195.2
85.0
07.1
49.9
25.0
34.4

195.6
84.1
0G.5
50.1
2G. 5
34.8

199.G
8G.G
OS. 7
50.0
27.3
35.0

203.2
89.0
70.7
51.4
27.7
35.1

209.0 214.3 218.4
02.1 93.8 06.2
73.1 74.6 77.0
52.6 54.2 55. 4
28.4 29.3 30.0
35.8 37.0 30.8

I

II

III

IV

3
4
5
G
7

3.4

3.7

4.0

4.2

4.5

4.7

4.9

5.1

5.1

5.2

5.4

5.5

5.8

5.9

6.1

6.2

6.2

6,2

G.3

C.5

6.9

7.2

7.5

7.7

8

35.6
22.8
12.8

36.1
23.4
12.7

38.6
25.0
13.7

39.5
24.7
14.8

41.3
25.9
15.4

41.7
25.9
15.8

42.0
26.2
15.8

42.8
26.5
16.3

41.2
26.6
14.6

42.2
27.0
15.2

43.9
27.2
16.7

41.2
27.7
13.5

41.3
27.8
13.5

40.6
27.6
13.0

39.9
27.3
12.6

40.2
27.1
13.1

40.3
26.9
13.4

39.3
27.4
11.0

40.1
27. G
12.0.

40.2
28.4
11.8

40.9
29.2
11.7

41.G
29.9
11.7

42.0
30.7
11.3

42.3
31.2
11.0

9
10
11

9.1

9.2

9.5

9.7

9.9

10.1

10.5

10.9

10.9

11.3

12.7

12.1

12,2

12.5

12.8

13.2

13.2

13.5

13.8

13.9

13.8

13.8

13.9

14.1

12

U

9.2
9.3

9.5
9.5

8.3
9.7

8.6

11.3

11.6

9.1
11.8

8.9
12.4

9.4
12.6

8.8
12.9

9.2
13.3

9.4
13.5

9 9
13.7

10 1
13.9

10.7
11.4

10 8
R7

13
14

12.1

12.1

13.7

13.8

.7
1.8

.8
1.5

.8
1.1

1.5
.9

1.7
.8

8.7
11.0
13.6
2.6

9.2

11.8

8.5
10.7
13.5
2.1

8.4

14.9

8.5
10.0
12.7
1.0

8.0

21.3

8.5
9.8
12.5
1.9
.7

8.6

8.9

8.4
9.1

2.7

3.0

14.0
3.1

14.5
3.1

15.2
3.3

15.9
3.5

16.2
3.6

17.0
4.1

1G.9
4.4

17.2
4.8

17.4
5.2

17 G
5.2

15
10

5.1

5.5
7.2
2.8

4.7
5.3
2.9

4.4
5.2
3.1

4.3
5.3

4.0
5.9

3.5

3.4

13.7

2.8

10.1

10.3

10.4

12.7

12.4

12.6

2.0
1.0

2.0

.9

1.0
1.0

1.0

1.1

.8

.9

.8

.9

1.3

1.7

2.2

2 2

2.1

1.6

1.3

1.2

1.2

17

3.7
6.1

3.6
6.1

3.5
5.9

3.5
6.1

4.3
5.9

4.1
6.1

3.9
6.2

3.7
6.4

3.8
6.2

3.6
6.5

3.7
6.5

3.8
0.5

3.9
0.5

4.1
G.G

4 °

0.'?

4.3
0.7

4.4
G.7

4.3
0.9

18
19

3.4

3.5

3.8

3.7

3.8

3.8

3.9

4.0

4.0

4.0

4.6

4.6

4.6

4.7

5.1

5.2

5.3

5.4

20

35.0

3G.0

37.1

21

18.4

19.4

20.7

24.3

26.3

28.2

29.7

31.7

33.0

33.9

34.5

35.2

35.8

35.7

35.5

35,4

32.7

32.5

32.5

33.0

31.1

202.2

201.5

209.0

214.7

£20.8

226.0

227.9

231.2

231.7

234.4

240.9

245.8

249.2

253.4

253.8

254.0

255.3

254.7

257.3

262.4

266.2

272. G 278.9 283.2

22

184.4
181.7

188.6
185.8
2.3
.5

202.4
199.4
2.5
.4

200.1
197.0
2.6
,4

210.5
207.5

206.0
202.9
2.6
14

208.4
205.4
2.6

212.3
209.2
2.7
14

213.6
210.4

217.9
214.6
2.9
4

220.3
216.7
3.1

228.8
225.0
3.3
.4

232.4
228.4

234.4
230.1
3.8
.5

235.4
231.0
3.9
.5

234.8
230.3
4.0

236.7
232.3
4.0
4

239.1
234.6
4.0

242.0
237.3
4.0

246.3
241.8
4.1

252.4
247.7
4.3

257.7 2G2.1 265.9
252.7 250.8 200.4
5.0
4.G
4.8

23
24
25
20

17.0

16.8

19.0

18.5

19.2

18.6

15.7

15.3

16.0

13.7

17.3

27

269.5 273.0

276.9

275.9

276.1

275.7

275.1

278.5

284.3

287.4

291.4 300.2 301.5

2S

2.2

2.7

2.8

17.8

12.9

6.7

14.7

10.3

20.1

19.4

18.9

18.1

16.5

20.6

248.7

246.7

250.3

252.9

251.2

256.3

257.5

257.7

257.4

260.2

265.9

3.5

14.9

16.8

—

™——™.

1960

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

419.4

I

1905

1904

1963

1962

1961

Lino

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

•
396.6

401.3

403.3

403.3

406.6

412.5

428.0

433.9

440.8

445.0

450.3

457.0

461.3

467.8

475.8

481.0

492.0

500.3

507.5

518.0

527.6 541.9 552.8

1

268.8
113.9
91.3
67.2
40.5
IT 1
47.3

271.6
114.0
91.0
68.3
41.2
48.2

272.4
112.3
89.5
68.6
42.0
49.4

270.5
109.7
87.1
68.4
42.3
50.1

270.9
109.0
86.5
68.0
43.1
50.8

275.2 279.9 286.3
111.6 113.6 117.0
88.9 90.4 93.5
68.4 69.6 70.3
43 6 44.2 44.9
52.6 54.0
51.5

290.3
118.3
94.7
71.2
45.7
55.1

295.6
120.9
96.8
72.3
46.8
55.6

297.9 300.6
121.7 122.1
97.3 97.8
73.0 73.6
47.1 47.7
56.0 57.1

304.5
122.9
98.5
74.6
48. S
58.1

308.5
124.8
99.8
75." 5
49.4
58,8

313.0
126.7
101.1
76.4
50.3
59.6

318.5
128.6
103.0
77.4
51.1
61.4

324.4
130.2
104.2
79.1
52.0
62.0

330.6
132.9
10G.2
80.5
53.7
G3.5

337.2
135.5
10S. 6
81.9
54.8
G5.0

342.3
137.4
109.7
83.1
55.4

35.1.7 3G0.8 370.8
142.0 144.8 14S.9
114.0 110.2 119.2
80.0 87.1 89.1
57. 2 fiO. 2 GO.:)
GS. 0 G9.7 72.3

2
3
4
4
G

GO. 3

348.2
140.9
112.0
84. 6
55.7
07.0

11.8

11.9

12.1

12.2

12.4

12.6

12.8

13.1

13.4

13.7

14.0

14.3

14.5

14.6

15.0

15.4

15.9

16.4

16.9

17.3

17.8

18.2

18.8

19.4

8

45.4
o4.7
10.7

46.6
34.5
12.1

46.3
33.9
12.4

46 5
33 8
12.7

47.4
34 6
12! 8

48 1
35*4
1Z 7

48.6
35*9
12.* 7

49.6
36 4
13.2

50.3
36 7
13.5

50.4
37.1
13.3

49.9
37.2
12.7

49.8
37.3
12.6

50.8
37.5
13.4

50.7
37.6
13.1

51.1
38.1
13.0

51.4
38.5
12.9

51.3
39.1
12.2

52.2
39.9
12.2

51.9
40.3
11.7

52.2
40.3
11.9

53.3
40.5
12.9

55.9
40.4
15.5

56.7
40.7
10.0

57.1
41.1
16.0

9
10
11

15.8

15.8

15.9

15.9

15.9

15.9

16.0

16.1

16.3

16.5

16.8

17.2

17.1

17.1

17.1

17.2

17.4

17.6

17.8

17,9

18.1

18.3

18.4

IS. 5

12

13.3
23.0

13.5
23.2

13.7
23.6

13.6
24.1

13.5
24.2

13.4
24.6

13.6
25.3

14.2
26.0

14.4
26.3

15.0
27.1

15.6
29.2

16.0
29.9

16.4
30.8

16.6
31.9

16.8
32.9

17.1
33.3

17.3
34.0

17.4
35.1

17.7
35.9

18.1
36.9

18.8
38.0

19.5
38.9

20.2
39.7

13
14

27.7
10.8

27.9
11.0

28.8
11.2

29.9
11.5

32.3
12.3

32,9
12.7

32.6
13.5

33.1
13.8

32.9
14.1

34,1
14.9

35.7
15.0

34,8
15.1

35.0
15.4

35.6
15.5

37.1
15.8

36.4
15.9

36.6
16.1

37.0
16.3

38. G
10.7

37.8 42.0
10. G 20.4

40.5
18.0

15
16

3.6

31.7
11.9
3.8

4.6

4.0

3.5

3.3

2.8

15.3
28.2
33.2
14.4
2.8

2.9

3.0

2.8

2.7

2.7

2.7

2.G

2.5

2.4

2.4

2 2

2.2

2.0

17

4.8
11.2

4.8
11.1

4.8
11.2

5.0
11.4

19
12.8

5.0
11.0

5.0
11.0

5.1
12.3

5.2
13.3

5.3
12.7

5.3
12.8

5.3
13.0

5.5
14.1

5.G
13.3

5.7
13.7

5.8
14.1

18
19

12.8

13.1

13.2

13.2

13.5

20

06.6

G3.7

7

2.4

2.5

3.0

4.6
9.8

4.5
9.9

4.6
10.0

4.6
10.2

4.7
11.3

4.9
10.4

4.8
11.3

4.8
10.8

9.2

9.3

9.4

9.3

9.4

9.6

9.7

9.8

10.2

10.3

10.4

10.5

11.6

11.7

11.9

12.1

12.3

12.4

12.6

50.0

50.8

51.2

51.6

51.8

52.0

52.5

53.3

55.0

56.8

58.1

59.5

60.3

60.6

60.9

61.7

60.7

56.9

59.1

60.9

61.9

66.7

21

453.2

461.0 476.2 486.1

22

430.3
418.9

43S.G 447.1 457.6
42G. 8 435. 0 445. 2

23
24

346.6

350.4

352.1

351.7

354.8

360.6

366.9

374.7

378.9

384.0

328.5
321.1

334.0
326.3

333.8
325.9

335.7
327.7

336.4
328.4

340.4
332.3

344.8
336.7

351.3
343.1

356.6
348.3

360.2
351.7

7.0
.4

7.2
.5

7.4
.5

7.5
.5

7.6
.5

7.6
.5

7.6
.5

7.7
.5

7.8
.5

8.0
.5

16.5

18.3

16.0

18.4

20.2

22.1

23.3

22.3

23.9

341.2

341.8

18.1

2 1 5 - 8 8 0 O—6&-

339.5

4




341.8

347.7

352.8

359.6

362. C 366.8

386.9 390.8
365.9 371.9
357.2 363.0
8.4
8.2
.5
.5

396.7

400.7

406.9

414.1

423.4

435.1

411.2

446.6

418.4
407.5

420.0
408.8

10.3
.6

377.4
368.2

381.5
372.0

388.1
378.3

391.6
331.5

401.4
391.1

40S.5
39S.0

8.6
.6

8.9
.6

9.2
.G

9.5
.6

9.7
.0

10.0
.6

10. G
.0

10.8
,G

18.9

19.3

19.2

18.8

22.5

22.0

26.6

22.8

26.6

22.8

368.5 371.1

375.7

378.0

383.1

388.1

395.7

405.5

410.8

413.9

418.8

20.9

11.2
.6

11.5
.0

11.8
.6

25
26

22.4

29.0

28.5

27

423.7 436.8 443.9

28

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

36

Table 2.2.—Personal Income: Seasonally Adjusted Monthly Totals at Annual Rates, 1946-50
[Billions of dollars]
Proprietors'
income

Wage and salary disbursements

Year and month

Personal
Income

178.7

All Industries

112.0

Commodityproducing
Total Manufac-I
turlng

Distrib- Service Government
utive

Other
labor
income

Business
and professional

Rental
income
of
persons

Dividends

Personal
interest
income

Farm

Less:
Personal
Trans- contribu- Nonagrlfer pay- tions for cultural
ments
social
income
insurance!

46.0

36.5

31.0

14.4

20.7

1.9

21.6

14.9

6.6

5.6

6.8

11.3

2.0

161.0

27.6
28.1
28.9
30.5
31.7
30.9

13.2
13.5
13.9
14.0
14.0
14.3

27.2
. 24.5
23.0
21.2
20.2
19.9

1.8
1.8
1.8
1.8
1.8
1.9

20.4
21.0
21.5
21.9
22.2
22.0

12.1
14.1
12.9
13.4
13.6
14.2

6.6
6.3
6.1
6.2
6.3

5.1
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.5
5.7

6.5
6.5
6.6
6.7
6.7
6.8

12.7
12.0
12.1
11.7
11.5
11.2

2.1
2.0
2.0
2.1
2.1
2.0

155.6
152.8
157.0
158.2
159.5
161.1

18.5
17.4
12.8
17.0
16.7
16.5

6.7
6.7
6.6
6.9
7.2
7.2

5.7
5.8
5.7
6.0
6.2
6.3

6.9
6.9
7.0
7.0

10.9
10.8
11.6
10.6
10.3
10.4

2.0
2.0
1.9
1.9
2.0
2.0

161.2
163.6
164.9
1619
165.7
167.6

January..
February.
March....
April
May
Juno

170.3
160.6
172.6
174.5
175.9
178.1

107.2
104.8
108.5
109.6
110.4
111.4

39.2
38.7
42.7
43.9
44.5
46,3

31.0
30.0
33.6
35.4
35.5
36.6

July
Aucust
September..
October
November.,
December..

182.4
183.7
180.3
184.7
185.2
187.4

111.8
113.9
114.8
115.8
116.7
119.0

46.6
48.4
49.2
49.8
50.4
51.7

37.0
38.5
39.3
39.5
40.2
40.9

31.5
32.0
32.2
32.4
32.7
33.2

14.4
14.6
14.8
15.1
15.2
15.3

19.2
18.9
18.6
18.6
f8.4
18.8

1.9
1.9
1.9
2.0
2.0
2.1

22.2
22.3
21.9
21.4
21.2
21.0

191.3

123.0

54.3

42,5

35.2

16.1

17.4

2.3

20.3

15.2

7.1

6.3

7.5

11.7

2.1

173.0

January..
Fobruary.
March
April
May
Juno

188.1
187.9
187.7
184.9
185.3
188.2

119.2
119.4
120.2
119.7
121.4
122.9

52.0
52.2
52.7
52.9
53.6
53.9

40.9
41.2
41.6
41.8
42.0
42.1

33.5
33.8
34.1
33.5
34.2
35.3

15.4
15.5
15.7
15.9
16.0
16.3

18.2
17.8
17.7
17.4
17.5
17.4

2.1
2.1
2.2
2.2
2.3
2.3

20.8
20.5
20.3
20.3
20.0
20.0

16.9
17.3
16.2
13.9
1.3.0
13.7

7.1
7.1
6.9
6.7
6.6
7.0

6.1
6.0
6.1
6.3
6,4
6.5

7.4
7.4
7.5
7.5
7.5
7.5

10.7
10.3
10.5
10.6
10.2
10.4

2.1
2.2
2.2
2.3
2.1
2.1

168.2
167.6
168.5
167.9
169.0
171.4

July
August
September..
October
November..
December..

188.4
189.1
204.0
196.1
196.9
199.3

121.9
123.1
124.7
126.3
127.7
129.1

53.6
54.2
55.3
56.1
56.8
58.1

41.8
42.1
43.1
43.6
413
45.2

35.4
35.6
36.3
36.6
37.0
37.2

16.2
16.2
16.3
16.2
16.4
16.4

16.7
17.2
16.9
17.4
17.5
17.4

2.4
2.4
2.4
2.5
2.5
2.6

19.9
19.8
20.2
20.2
20.5
20.9

14.2
14.3
16.0
15.8
15.1
16.0

6.9
7.0
7.2
7.4
7.7
7.8

6.6
6.6
6.6
6.5
6.8
6.3

7.5
7.5
7.5
7.5
7.5
7.5

11.1
10.6
21.3
12.1
11.0
11.1

2.1
2.1
2.0
2.1
1.9
2.1

1712
171.8
1849
177.1
178.7
180.0

1*17..

210.2

135.3

61.0

47.2

37.6

17.9

18.9

2,7

22.7

17.5

8.0

7.0

7.9

11.2

2.2

189.4

January..
February.
March....
April
May
June

20Z5
202.0
205.5
206.6
207.8
212.0

130.3
130.9
132.0
130.9
133.0
134.7

59.2
59.0
59.7
58.7
59.9
60.6

46.1
46.0
46.4
46.2
46.3
46.9

36.2
37.1
36.5
36.6
37.3
37.4

17.2
17.5
17.4
17.7
17.8
17.9

17.7
17.4
18.4
17.9
18.1
18.6

2.6
2.6
2.7
2.7
2.7
2.7

21.6
21.7
22.1
22.6
22.5
22.8

16.0
14.8
16.2
18.1
18.0
20.3

7.7
7.8
7.7
7.8
7.9
7.9

7.4
7.1
6.9
6.7
6.8
6.9

7.8
7.8
7.9
7.8
7.8
7.8

11.3
11.3
12.2
11.9
11.2
11.2

2.2
2.0
2.1
2.1
2.1
2.2

183.3
1S4.0
186.1
185.2
186.6
188.7

July
August
September..
October
November.,
December..

212.8
215.2
215.4
216.3
215.0
212.3

136.6
138.5
139.0
139.3
139.4
138.9

61.7
62.7
62.5
62.7
62.6
62.2

47.7
48.3
48.1
48.2
48.4
47.7

37.8
38.3
38.6
38.6
38.2
38.2

18.2
18.2
18.2
18.2
18.3
18.3

19.0
19.3
19.7
19.8
20.3
20.3

2.7
2.7
2.7
2.8
2.8
2.8

23.0
23.3
23.3
23.3
23.2
23.2

18.5
18.6
18.4
18.8
17.0
15.4

8.0
8.0
8.1
8.2
8.2
8.2

7.1
7.1
7.3
7.4
7.8
7.0

7.8
7.9
7.9
8.0
8.0
8.0

11.2
11.2
11.0
10.8
10.8
11.0

2.2
2.2
2.3
2.2
2.2
2.3

19L0
193.2
193.6
193.8
1945
193.2

12.7

8.4

7.2

8.5

12.4

2.2

191.3
192,6
191.8
192.0
191.8
191.6
100.3

1948..

1949..

207.2

134.6

57.7

44.7

37.7

18.6

3.0

22.6

January...
February.
March
April
,
May
June

208.9
208.0
209.1
208.1
207.6
205.6

137.7
136.5
135.6
135.3
135.2
133.7

61.0
60.4
59.1
58.2
57.9
56.9

47.1
46.7
45.6
44.8
44.6
44.1

38.1
37.9
37.8
38.4
38.4
37.9

18.3
18.1
18.5
18.4
18.6
18.4

20.2
20.2
20.2
20.3
20.3
20.5

2.8
2.8
2.9
2.9
3.0
3.0

22.7
22.8
22.7
22.7
22.7
22.6

13.1
13.0
14.0
13.2
12.8
12.2

8.2
8.3
8.3
8.3
8.3
8.4

7.4
7.2
7.2
7.2
7.2
7.2

8.2
8.2
8.3
8.4
8.4
8.5

11.1
11.4
12.4
12.3
12.2
12.3

2.3
2.3
2.3
2.2
2.2
2.3

July
August
September.,
October
November.,
December..

204.0
205.5
208.7
205.0
207.5
208.7

133.4
133.1
134.6
132.3
132.9
134.4

57.0
56.5
57.5
55.2
55.8
56.9

44.3
44.1
44.8
43.1
42.8
44.2

37.3
37.4
37.6
37.1
37.0
37.4

18.4
18.5
18.6
18.9
18.9
19.0

20.7
20.7
20.8
21.1
21.2
21.1

3.0
3.1
3.1
3.2
3.2
3.2

22.4
22.5
22.7
22.5
22.7
22.5

10.7
12.4
13.2
12.0
13.0
12.4

8.4
8.5
8.6
8.6
8.7
8.7

7.1
7.1
7.1
7.2
7.5
7.5

8.5
8.5
8.6
8.7
8.7
8.8

12.6
12.7
13.1
12.8
13.0
13.3

2.1
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2

190.2
190.0
192.3
189.8
191.3
192.9

8.8

9.2

15.1

2.9

210.9

2.8
2.7
2.8
2.7
2.8
2.9

199.9
2043
208.6
2047
2040
206.3

2.8
3.0
2.8
3.2
3.1
3.0

209.3
213.0
216-1
218.3
219.8
225.2

1950..

227.6

146.7

64.6

50.3

39.9

19.9

22.4

3.8

24.0

January..
February.
March....
April
May
June

13.5

9.4

216.9
219.8
224.9
220.2
220.7
221.8

135.7
135,8
138.4
140.5
142.2
144.5

57.7
57.4
59.5
61.0
62.6
63.6

45.1
45.3
45.8
47.2
48.7
49.4

37.8
37.8
38.3
38.5
38.9
39.6

19.1
19.3
19.4
19.5
19.6
19.8

21.2
21.2
21.3
21.5
21.2
21.5

3.4
3.4
3.5
3.6
3.7
3.8

July
_.
August
September..
October
November..
December..

22.6
22.8
22.9
23.1
23.4
23.9

13.6
12.2
12.8
12.4
13.5
12.2

9.1
9.1
9.2
9.1
9.2
9.3

8.8
8.9
9.0
9.0
9.1
9.1

226.1
230.5
232.7
235.8
237.9
243.3

147.2
150.8
152.8
155.7
157.4
159.7

8.3
8.3
8.3
8.3
8.4
8.5

18.1
22.1
23.8
17.1
14.1
13.4

65.5
67.5
67.8
70.1
71.0
71.9

50.8
52.6
52.7
54.6
55.5
56.4

40.3
40.8
41.3
41.4
41.3
42.1

19.7
20.1
20.2
20.4
20.6
20.8

21.6
22.4
23.5
23.8
24.6
24.9

3.9
4.0
4.0
4.1
4.2
4.3

25.0
25.2
24.7
24.6
24.4
25.2

13.6
14.2
13.3
14.3
15.0
15.0

9.3
9.5
9.6
9.6
9.7
9.7

8.6
8.7
10.2
8.9
8.8
10.9

9.2
9.3
9.4
9.5
9.5
9.5

12.2
11.8
11.4
12.3
12.0
11.9




THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PEODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

37

Table 2.2.—Personal Income: Seasonally Adjusted Monthly Totals at Annual Rates, 1951-55
[Billions of dollars]
Wage and salary disbursements
Year and month

Personal
income

All industries

Commodityproducing
Total Manufacturing

Proprietors'
income

Distrib- Service Government
utive

Other
labor
income

Business
and professional

Farm

Rental
income
of
persons

Divi- Personal
dends Interest
income

Less:
Personal
Trans- contribu- ^onagrifer pay- tions for cultural
income
social
ments
insurance

255.6

171.0

76.1

59.4

44.3

21.7

23.9

4.8

26.1

15.8

10.3

3.6

9.9

12.5

3.4

236.4

Januray...
February..
March.—.
April
May
June

244.5
247.2
249.8
252.7
254.1
255.9

162.1
164.9
167.2
169.3
169.6
172.3

72.7
73.8
75.0
76.3
76.2
76.7

56.8
57.7
58.6
59.8
59.6
60.0

42.7
43.6
43.7
44.1
43.8
45.1

21.0
21.1
21.3
21.3
21.4
21.6

25.8
26.5
27.2
27.6
28.2
28.9

14
15
4.6
16
17
4.8

26.0
25.8
25.8
25.8
26.0
26.0

15.4
15.3
15.5
16.0
16.4
15.0

9.8
9.0
9.9

10.0
10.1
10.2

8.1
8.2
8.6
8.5
8.6
8.5

9.7
9.7
0.8
9.8
0.8
9.9

3.5
3.3
3.0
3.3
3.0
3.4

226.0
228.8
231.0
233.4
2314
237.6

July
August
September..
October.....
November..
December..

255.5
258.4
258.9
261.9
262.9
263.9

171.7
172.5
173.4
174.5
176.6
177.9

76.8
76.6
76.7
76.5
77.3
78.5

59.8
59.7
59.8
59.3
60.2
61.2

44.1
44.4
44.8
44.6
45.0
45.6

21.7
21.8
21.9
22.1
22.3
22.5

29.1
29.6
29.9
31.2
32.0
31.4

4.8
19
10
5.0
5.1
5.1

185.1

81.8

64.2

46,9

23.3

33.1

5.3

10.3
10.5
10.6
10.7
10.9
11.0
11.5

230.8
233.3
239.0
241.6
243.3
215,0

272.5

15.1
16.4
15.9
17.1
10.3
15.0
15.0

3.4
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.5
3.4

1952...

26.0
26.4
26.3
26.5
26.5
26.4
27.1

12.3
12.1
12.0
12.1
12.6
12.8
12.6
12.7
12.7
13.0
12.7
12.3
13.0

3.8

2511

26.6
26.7
26.6
26.8
27.0
27.3
27.2
27.1
27.2
27.7
27.6
27.8
27.5

13.0
15.2

10.9
10.9
11.0
11.1
11.2
11.4
11.6
11.7
11.8
12.0
12.1
12.2
12.7

12.7
12.3
12.3
12.4
12.8
12.7
12.9
13.8
13.6
13.5
13,4
13.8
14.0

3.9
3.7
3.8
3.7
3.7
3.8

2417
247.1
248.2
247.7
250.6
251.2

3.8
3.7
3,8
3.8
3.8
3.9

249.2
256,9
259.8
262.3
2614
206.3

1951..

January..,
February.,
March....,
April.......
May
June
,

261.9
265.7
266.4
265.8
268.8
270.4

179.1
180.7
181.6
180.4
182.3
182.5

79.1
79.7
80.2
79.3
79.9
79.2

61.6
62.0
62.5
61.9
62.6
62.1

45.6
45.8
46.2
45.8
46.3
46.5

22.6
22.9
22.8
22.9
23.1
23.2

31.9
32.3
32.4
32.4
32.9
33.6

5.1
5.1
5.2
5.2
5.2
5.3

July
August
September..
October
November..
December..

269.4
276.9
279.7
280.8
280.1
282.1

180.2
186.6
189.6
191.1
192.8
194.1

76.6
82.0
85.1
85.8
86.9
88.3

59.5
66.9
68.0
68.8
70.1

46.9
47.5
47.4
43.0
48.4
43.3

23.3
23.3
23.7
23.7
23.8
23.9

33.4
33.7
33.5
33.7
33.8
33.6

5.3
5.4
5.5
5.5
5.5
5.5

1953...

288.2

198.3

89.4

71.2

49.8

25.1

34.1

6.0

January..,
February.,
March....,

282.8
284.7
287 5
287.8
289.1
290.3

June
July
August
September
October
November...
December..

194.4
196.2
198.1
198.7
199.8
199.8

88.4
89.3
90 3
90.4
90.6
90.3

612

72.5
72.1
70.6
70.7
69.6
68.9

290.1

1954,.

90.7
90.2
88.8
89.0
87.7
86.8

196.5

85.4

67.6

50.2

8.5
8.5
8.5
8.6
8.8
8.8

10.7
10.7
10.8
10.0
11.1
11.2

8.9

11.8

216

11.2
11.3
11.4
11.5
11.6
11.7

25.3
25.2
25.5
25.6
25.5
25.6

312
313
312
312
312
311

6.0
6.1

ai

27.5
27.3
27.2
27.2
27.1
26.9

12.7
12.0
13.0
12.9
13.0
13.4

12.7
12.8
13.0
13.1
13.2
13.3

9.2
9.1
9.0
9.0
9.1
8.7

11.8
11.8
11.9
12.2
12.4
12.5

111
110
118
111
115

10
10
3.9
4.0
3.9
4.0

273.8
273.9
27Z8
2718
273.0
271.7

26.4

34.6

6.3

27.6

12.4

13.6

9.3

13.1

16.0

4.6

274.7

6.2
6.2
6.1
&2
6.2
6.2

26.7
26.9
27.0
27.2
27.4
27.6

13.8
13.6
12.9
11.9
11.8
12.0

13.1
13.2
13.3
13.4
13.5
13.6

9.6
9.5
9.2
8.9
8.9
8.7

12.5
12,7
12.7
12.9
12.9
13.0

118

16
15
16
16
15
16

270.7
271.9
271.7
271.6
272.6
272.5

4.6
16
17
17
17
18

273.3
2713
275.3
278.6
281.0
232.3

5.9
5.9
6.0

6.2
6,2
G.3

jfc:

85.9
86.1
85.6
84.9
85.2
84.9

68.2
67.9
67.6
67.1
67.2
67.1

50.0
50.1
50.1
49.9
50.1
49.6

25.5
25.6
25.6
25.9
25.8
26.1

June
July
August.
September..
October
November..
Deb!"*^""

288.2
289.8
291.6
293.3
296.1
296.9

194.9
195.9
195.9
198.0
199.9
200.8

84.2
84.2
84.0
85.3
87.1
87.5

66.6
66.6
66.5
67.5
69.1
69.5

49.9
50.2
50.1
50.6
50.4
50.8

26,2
26.6
26.9
27.1
27.4
27.4

316
318
35.0
35.0
35.0
35.1

6.3
6.3
6.4
6.5
6.5
6.6

27.6
27.4
27.7
28.1
28.5
28.6

11.9
12.5
13.3
11.8
12.1
11.7

13.7
13.8
13.8
13,9
13.9
110

9.1
9.1
9.4
9.3
9.4
9.5

13.2
13.2
13.3
13.4
13.5
13.6

310.9

211.3

92.8

73.9

53.4

28.9

36.2

7.3

30.3

11.4

13.9

10.5

14.2

9.8
9.9

10.1
10.1
10.2
10.0

13.6
13.7
13.8
13.8
13.9
14.1

10.5
10.8
10.8
10.4
10.5
11.6

112
114
115
116
116
118

assr

298.2
300.0
302.4
305.5
308.1
309.2

November;"
D e c e b "




13.8

219
219
25.2

7.9
8.6
8.8
9.1
9.2
9.3

195.6
196.0
195.4
194.9
195.5
195.3

"

265.6
263.4
270.8
271.8
273.1
273.6

12,1
12.2
12.3
12.4
12.4
12.6

110

287.7
288.7
287.7
286.6
287.5
287.7

January.
February..
March..
A
A j*iL
: : : ; : ;
May
June
July
August..

271.9

3.9
3.9
10
10
10
10

13.2
13.4
12.7
12.8
13,4

311
34.1
311
312
34.4
316

January...
February..
March.;..

4.0

13.6
13.6
13.8
13.8
13.7

27.8
27.8
27.9
27.8
27.7
27.5

210
24.3

200.2
199.8
198.8
199.5
198.0
196.5

8.3
8.4
8.6
8.6
8.6

10.2
10.3
10.3
10.3
10.4
10.6

7.5

5.7
5.8
5.9

48.1
48,7
49.2
49.4
50.0
50.0

289.8
289.2
289.1
290.9
289.1
288.1

15.9
16.9
16.8
16.5
15.3
12.6
12.6
13.0

8.6

9.9

10.0
10.0
10.1
10.1
10.2
10.6

33.8
33.9
311
311
313
312

70.3
71.1
72 0
72.4
72.5
72.3

50.0
50.2
50.3
50.7
50.6
50.0

117
117
119

8.4
8.4
8.5
8.6
8.3
8.8

201.8
203.1
204.8
207.0
209.4
210.5

88.0
89.0
90.2
91.0
92.5
92.7

69.8
70.7
71.7
72.3
73.5
73.6

51.1
51.3
51.6
52.1
52.7
53.2

27.6
27.6
27.9
28.1
28.5
28.6

35.1
35.2
35.0
35.8
35.7
36.0

6.7
6.9
7.0
7.1
7.2
7.3

29.0
29.2
29.5
29.8
29.9
30.0

11.9
11.8
11.5
11.8
11.7
11.5

13.8
13.8
13.8
13.8
13.8
13.8

313.9
314.3
316.5
317.9
320.4
322.5

214.5
213.6
214.9
216.8
218.7
219.9

93.6
93.5
94.2
95.3
96.6
96.9

74.3
74.4
75.0
76.0
77.5
77.6

53.9
54.3
54.6
55.1
55.3
55.8

29.0
29.4
29.5
29.7
30.0
30.2

38.0
36.4
36.5
36.7
36.8
37.0

7.4
7.5
7.6
7.7
7.7
7.8

30.6
30.6
30.9
31.2
31.3
31.2

10.8
11.4
11.6
11.0
11.3
10.8

13.9
13.9
110
110
111
111

111

15.3
15.7
15.8
15.9
15.9
16.2
16.1
16.4
17.1
16.9
16.9
17.3
16.7
16.8
17.3
17.2
17.2
17.3
17.4
17.5
17.5
17.5
17.5
17.7

5.2

296.4

5.1
5.0
5.2
5.1
5.2
5.2

283.4
285.2
2S8.0
290.8
293.3
294.7

5.3
5.3
5.3
5.
5.4
5.4

300.0
299.9
301.9
303.8
306.1
308.7

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

38

Table 2.2.—Personal Income: Seasonally Adjusted Monthly Totals at Annual Rates, 1956-60
(Billions of dollars]
Proprietors'
income

Wage and salary disbursements

Year and month

Personal
Income

All industries

Commodityproducing
Total Manufacturing

Distrib- Service Government
utive

Other
labor
income

Business
and professional

Kental
income
of
persons

Dividends

Personal
interest
income

Farm

Less:
Personal
Trans- contribu- Nonagrifer pay- tions for cultural
ments
social
income
insurance

333.0

227.8

100.2

79.5

57.7

31.6

38.3

8.4

31.3

11.

14.3

11.3

15.7

18.5

5.8

318.S

January...
February.
March..-.
April
May
Juno

323.0
325.0
320.2
320.3
329.8
331.0

220.
222.0
223. C
226.1
225.7
227.2

97.1
97.3
97.9
99. G
99.0
99. G

77.5
77.3
77.7
79.0
78.3
78.4

56.3
5G.7
57.2
57.6
57.4
57.7

30.4
30.7
30.9
31.1
31.3
31.6

37.1
37.3
37.
37.8
38.0
38.3

7.9
8.0
8.1
8.2
8.3
8.4

30.9
30.9
31.1
31.2
31.
31,3

11.1
11.5
10.
10.8
11.1
11.2

14.0
14.1
14.
14.
14.3
14.3

11.1
11.
11.0
11.0
11.1
11.2

14.9
15.0
15.1
15.4
15.6
15.7

17.9
18.0
18.1
18.1
18.3
18.4

5.7
5.7
5.7
5.7
5.8
5.8

308.8
310.6
312.5
315.4
315.5
317.7

July
August
September..
October
November..
December..
1957..

331.0
335.0
337.9
341.4
341.4
343.3

225.0
229.2
231.1
233.0
233.4
236.0

77.5
79.6
SO.
82.1
81.9
83.3

57.6
57.9
58.
58.4
58.7
59.2

31.
31.9
32.0
32.3
32.4
32.8

38.5
38.6
38.9
39.0
39.1
39.3

8.5
8.6
8.7
8.8
8.9
9.0

31.1
31.4
31.5
31.7
31.9
31.9

ll.fi
12.0
11.8
12.4
11.6
11.0

14.4
14.4
14.4
14.5
14.5
14.5

11.1
11.1
11.3
11.7
11.8
11.3

15.8
15.9
16.0
16.2
16.4
16.5

18.5
18.9
18.9
19.0
18.9
19.1

5.8
5.9
5.8
6.0
6.0
6.0

316.4
320.5
323.0
325.9
326.7
329.2

351.1

233.7

103.8

82.5

60.5

33.9

40.4

9.5

32.8

11.3

14.8

11.7

17.6

21.4

6.7

336.fi

January..
February.
March..,.
April
May
June

343.2
340.4
347.8
34S.2
349.8
352.4

235.3
237.5
238.1
237.6
237.0
239.6

103.9
104.8
104.7
104.3
103.8
104.5

82.8
83.4
83.3
83.0
82.5
82.0

59.2
59.7
60.0
60.0
60.2
60.8

32.8
33.3
33.5
33.6

aio

39.4
39.7
39.9
39.8
40.2
40.5

9.0
9.1
9.2
9.3
9.3
9.5

32.4
32.7
32.6
32.7
32.8
33.0

14.5
14.5
14.6
14.7
14.7
14.8

11.6
11.6
11.8
11.9
11.9
12.0

16.7
16.8
17.0
17.2
17.4
17.6

19.7
20.0
20.3
20.7
21.6
21.6

6.7
6.6
6.7
6.6
6.7
6.7

329.3
332.4
333.7
334.2
335.7

July
August
September..
October
November..
December..

353.0
355.5
354.5
354.4
354.8
353.7

240.2
241.2
240.3
239.1
239.3
23S.0

104.5
104.7
103.7
103.0
102. G
101.4

83.0
83.4
82.3
81.7
81.4
80.1

60.9
61.3
61.1
60.9
61.2
61.0

33.8
34.1
34.2
34.4
34.2
34.6
34.6

10.8
10.8
10.9
10.9
11.0
11.1

40.7
40.9
41.1
41.0
41.0
41.1

9.5
9.6
9.7
9.8
9.9
10.0

33.1
33.1
33.0
32.9
32.7
32.4

11.6
11.9
11.6
11.5
11.5
11.8

14.9
15.0
15.1
15.1
15.0
14.9

12.1
12.0
12.0
11.9
11.9
11.5

17.8
17.9
18.1
18.2
18.3
18.4

21.5
21.6
21.6
22.5
22.8
23.3

6.8
6.8
6.7
6.7
6.7
6.6

339.0
340.4

338.5

1958...

361.2

239.9

99.7

78.7

60,8

35.9

43.5

9.9

33.2

13.4

15.4

11.6

18.9

25.7

6.9

344.3

January..
February.
March....
April
May
June

353.8
353.5
355.3
354. G
355.8
357.6

236.5
234.9
234.8
233.4
234.4
230.9

100.1
97.9
97.7
96.5
96.5
97.5

78.9
77.5
77.1
76.0
75.9
77.0

60.4
60.4
60.2
59.5
59.9
60.2

34.8
35.0
35.1
35.4
35.7
35.8

41.2
41.5
41.8
41.9
42.2
43.4

9.8
9.7
9.6
9.6
9.7

32.4
32.4
32.5
32.7
32.9
32.9

12.6
14.1
15.0
14.0
13.5
12.9

15.3
15.3
15.3
15.4
15.4
15.4

11.6
11.6
11.6
11.7
11.7
11.7

18.3
18.4
18.5
18.5
18.6
18.7

24.0
23.9
24.8
25.8
26,4
26.0

6.8
6.7
6.7
6.7
6.7
6.8

337.8
336.1
337.1
337.2
338.8
341.4

July
August
September..
October
November..
December..

364.0
363.8
3C5.7
366.4
370. S
372.6

242.6
241.5
243.0
243.6
243.0
249.3

9S.5
100.1
101.1
100.8
104.4
101.9

77.8
79.2
80.0
79.3
82.5
S3.1

60.5
60.9
61.3
61.6
62.2
62.6

35.9
36.1
36.3
36.7
36.7
36.9

47.7
44.5
44.4
44.5
44.7
44.8

9.9
9.9
10.0
10.1
10.3
10.5

33.2
33.3
33.4
33.8
34.3
34.2

13.3
13.3
13.4
13.0
13.0
13.0

15.4
15.4
15.4
15.5
15.6
15.6

11.6
11.6
11.6
11.4
11.3
11.3

18.9
19.1
19.2
19.4
19.6
19.8

26.3
26.6
26.5
26.5
25.8
25.8

7.1
6.9
6.9
6.9
7.0
7.0

347.4
347.0
348.9
349.7
354.2
356.0

3S3.5

2-58.2

109.1

86.9

64.8

38.7

45.6

11.3

35.1

11.4

15.6

January..
February.
March
April
May
June

12.6

20.7

373.5
375.8
378.6
3S1.8
3S4.0
3S5.G

250.7
252.4
254.8
257.4
259.7
260.7

105.9
106.7
108.4
109.8
111.0
111.5

83.9
84.8
86.4
87.4
88.6
89.0

63.0
63.4
63.7
64.2
64.9
65.0

37.0
37.3
37.7
38.1
38.3
38.4

44.9
45.0
45.0
45.3
45.5
45.7

10.5
10.7
10.9
11.0
11.1
11.3

34.2
34.5
34.9
35.2
35.4
35.6

July
August
September-.
October
November.,
December.

12.7
12.4
12.1
11.9
11.7
11.6

15.3
15.2
15.3
15.5
15.5
15.6

11.8
12.1
12.2
12.3
12.4
12.5

19.8
19.9
20.0
20.0
20.2
20.4

3S6.0
383.4
3S3.9
3S5.0
3S9.0
395.3

260.4
25S.6
258.3
259.1
261.0
265.2

110.8
103.2
10S.0
107.6
103.9
112.4

88.6
86.2
86.2
85.7
S6.4
89.8

65.1
65.4
65.2
65.5
65.9
66.0

38.8
39.0
39.2
39.9
39.9
40.3

45.7
45.9
45.9
46.1
46.3
46.5

I960..

11.4
11.5
11.6
11.6
11.7
11.8

35.5
35.2
35.4
35.2
35.2
35.3

401.0

270.8

112.5

89.7

68.1

41.5

48.7

12.0

34.2

268.3
26S.S
269.4
271.2
272.0
271.7

113.9
114.1
113.6
114.0
114.3
113.6

91.3
91.2
91.2
91.1
91.3
90.7

66.8
66.9
G7.8
68.4
68.3
63.3

40.6
40.6
40.4
40.9
41.2
41.4

47.0
47.2
47.6
47.9
48.2
48.4

11.7
11.8
11.8
11.9
11.0
12.0

35.0
34.8
34.5
34.7
34.6
34.3

272.5
272.4
272.1
272.6
270.9
268.0

113.3
112.3
111.5
111.5
110.2
107.4

90.3
89.5
88.7
8S.7
87.4
85.1

68.6
68.7
68.6
68.9
68.3
68.0

41.7
42.0
42.3
42.2
42.3
42.4

48.9
49.5
49.8
49.9
50.1
50.2

12.0
12.1
12.1
12.2
12.2
12.3

34.1
33.9
33.8
34.0
33.8
33.7

12.4
12.4
12.4
12.5
12.8
12.8

1936..

January...
February.
March....
April
May
June
July
August
September..
October
November.,
December..




.
396.5
396. 9
400.2
401.7
401.0
402. S
403.3
403.8
404.8
403.8
401.3

98.1
100.8
102.0
103.3
103.1
104.

11.8
10.3
10.1
9.7
10.9
12.1

7.9
26.1
26.4
26.4
26.4
26.0
26.0

7.8
7.7
7.8
7.9
7.9
8.0

357.2
359.9
363.0

8.1
7.9
8.0
7.9
8.0
8.1

370. S
369.6
370.3
371.7
374.3
379.6

370.5

15.7
15.7
15.8
15.8
15.8
15.9

12.6
12.8
12.9
12.9
13.0
13.2

20.6
20.9
21.2
21.4
21.7
22.2

12.0

15.8

13.4

23.4

28.5

9.3

385.2

11.2
10.6
10.2
11.6
12.2
12.5

15.7
15.8
15.8
15.8
15.8
15.8

13.3
13.3
13.4
13.4
13.5
13.5

22.8
23.1
23.0
23.1
23.2
23.2

27.5
27.5
28.0
27.8
27.9
28.1

9.2
9.2
9.2
9.3
9.3
9.3

381.4
382.2
383.0
384.7
385.7
385.6

15.8
15.9
15.9
15.9
15.9
15.9

13.7
13.7
13.8
13.8
13.7
13.4

23.4
23.5
23.7
23.9
24.1
24.2

28.2
28.8
29.3
29.4
29.8
30.4

9.4
9.4
9.3
9.4
9.3
9.3

386.6
387.2
387.6
388.6
387.0
384.7

26.1
26.4
26.8
27.1
27.7
27.7

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

39

Table 2.2.^Personal Income: Seasonally Adjusted Monthly Totals at Annual Hates, 1961-65
[Billions of dollars]
Wage and salary disbursements

Year and month

Personal
income
All industries

Proprietors'
incomo

Commodityproducing
Total

Distributive
Manufacturing

Service Government

Other
labor
income

Business
and professional

Rental
income
of
I>ersons

Dividends

Personal
interest
income

Transfer payments

Farm

Less:
Personal
contributions for
social insurance

cultural
income

1961..

416.8

278.1

112. S

89.8

69.1

44.0

52.2

12.7

35.6

12.8

16.0

13.8

25.0

32.4

9.6

400.0

January...
February..
March.....
April
.May
June

404.8
405.5
409.5
409.6
412.2
415.8

270.3
270.7
271.5
273.2
274.6
277.8

109.1
108.8
109.3
110.3
111.3
113.3

86.5
86.4
86.7
87.8
88.8
90.0

68.0
68.1
67.8
68.2
68.3
68.7

42.8
43.0
43.4
43.4
43.6
43.9

50.5
50.8
51.0
51.3
51.4
61.9

12.3
12.4
12.5
12.5
12.6
12. G

34.4
34.6
34.9
35.1
35.4
35.8

12 7
12. 8
12.9
12.7
12.7
12. 7

15.9
15.1)
15.9
15.9
15.9
15.0

13.5
13.6
13. 5
13.3
13.4
13. fi

24.1
24.2
24.4
'24.4
24.5
24.8

30.9
30.8
33.5
31.8
32.7
32.6

0,4
0.4
0.5
9.4
9.6
y.7

3SS.2
3SH. H
392. 7
393.0
395. fi
399.1

July
August
September..
October
November..
December..

419.6
418.8
419.8
424.3
428.6
431.1

279.0
280.3
280.4
283.7
286.9
288.2

113.7
114.2
112.9
115.7
117.5
117.9

90.5
91.2
89.6
92.2
93.9
94.3

69.5
70.2
70.3
70.5

43.8
44.3
44.5
44.4
45.0
45.3

52.1
52.5
53.1
53.4
54.1
64.5

12.7
12.9
12.9
13.0
13.1
13.2

35.8
35.9
36.0
36.3
36.5
36.5

12.7
12.7
12.8
12.9
13.2
13.4

15.9
10.0
10.0
16.0
16.1
16.1

13.5
13. G
13.8
14.0
14.1
14.4

25.0
25.3
25. A
25.8
20.0
26.3

34.6
31.0
32.0
32.3
32. S
32.9

9.7
9.7
0.7
0.8
0.8
0.0

403.0
402.2
403.0
407.4
411.4
413.8

1962..

442.6

296.1

120.8

96.7

72.5

46.8

56.0

13.9

37.1

13.0

16.7

15.2

27.7

33.3

10.3

425.5

January...
February.
March...
April
May
June
_.

430.7
433.7
437.2
439.8
440.8
441.8

287.8
290.3
292.7
295.1
295.5
296.0

117.0
118.3
119.5
121.1
120.8
120.8

93.8
94.8
95.7
96.8
96.7
96.8

7a 5
71.1
71.8
72.0
72.3
72.6

45.5
45.7
46.0
46.6
46.7
46.9

54.7
55.2
55.4
55.5
55.6
55.7

13.3
13.4
13.5
13.6
13.7
13.8

36.6
36.7
37.0
37.1
37.2
37.1

13.0
13.5
13.5
13.5
13.3
13.1

16.3
10.3
16.3
16.4
16.5
16.6

14.2
14.4
116
14.0
15.0
15.1

26.1
20.3
20.5
20.8
27.1
27.5

33.1
32.9
33.4
32.7
32.0
33.0

10.2
10.1
10.3
10.3
10.3
10.3

413.1
410.1
419.7
422.2
423.4
424.0

July
August
September.
October...
November.
December..

443.4
444.6
447.0
447.9
450.4
452.6

297.3
297.4
299.1
299.0
301.0
301.9

121.5
121.4
122.2
121.6
122.4
122.4

97.2
97.0
97.8
97.4
98.0
98.0

72.8
72.9
73.4
73.3
73.6
73.9

47.1
47.1
47.2
47.5
47.8
47.9

55.8
56.1
56.3
56.6
57.2
57.6

13.9
14.1
14.1
14.3
14.4
14.4

37.2
37.2
37.3
37.1
37.3
37.3

12.8
12.7
12.6
12.6
12.6
12.7

16.7
16.8
16.9
17.1
17.2
17.3

15.1
15.3
15.5
15.4
15.3
16.0

27.9
28.2
28.0
28.8
29.1
29.5

33.0
33.3
33.2
34.2
34.1
34.0

10,4
10.4
10.3
10.5
10.5
10.5

420.5
427.8
430.2
431.3
433.7
435.8

1963...

465.5

311.1

125.7

100.6

76.0

49.9

59.5

14.9

37.9

13.1

17.1

16.5

31.4

35.3

11.8

448.1

January..
February."
March.,. "
April.../"
May
"
June

457.6
455.7
457.6
458.4
461.2
464.2

303.2
304.3
305.8
306.3
308.2
310.9

122.7
122.7
123.4
123.5
124.9
125.8

98.3
98.3
98.9
93.8
100.0
1Q0.6

74.2
74.6
75.1
75.2
75.3
76.1

48.5
48.9
49.0
49.1
49.3
49.8

57.8
58.2
68.4
58.6
58.7
59.2

14.4
14.5
14.5
14.6
14.6
14.7

37.5
37.5
37.5
37.6
37.7
37.6

13.2
13.4
13.4
13.3
13.1
12.9

17.2
17.1
17.1
17.1
17.1
17.1

16.0
10.1
16.0
10.1
16.4
16.C

29.7
29.0
30.2
30.4
30.8
31.2

38.1
34.4
34.7
34.7
34.9
34.8

11.7
11.5
11.0
11.7
11.7
11.8

440.2
438.1
439.0
440.9
443.9
447.0

July
August./"
September'"
October.. "
November..
December...

465.6
467.8
470.0
473.4
474.9
479.1

311.4
312.9
314.6
317.0
318.0
320.4

126.3
126.4
127.5
128.1
128.3
129.4

101.0
100.7
101.6
102.4
103.0
103.7

76.0
76.5
76.7
77.1
77.4
77.9

50.0
50.4
50.5
50.8
51.0
51.4

59.2
59.7
59.9
61.1
61.3
61.8

14.8
15.0
15.1
15.2
15.4
15.6

38.0
38.0
38.2
38.4
38.4
38.7

13.1
13.0
13.0
13.0
12.9
12.8

17.1
17.1
17.1
17.2
17.2
17.2

10.0
16.5
1G.5
10.6
16.7
17.2

31.0
32.0
32.2
32.6
32.9
33.3

34.0
35.1
35.1
35. H
35.4
30.1

11.9
11.9
11.0
12.0
12.0
12.2

448.1
450.3
452.5
456.0
457.8
4G2.2

496,0

333.6

134.0

107.2

81.2

54.1

64.3

16.6

39.9

12.0

17.7

17.3

34.6

36.8

12.5

479.7

12.3
12.3
12.3
12.4
12.4
12.5

465.7
467.5
469.9
472.9
475.9
477.7

12. f
>
12.0
12.7
12.8
12.8
12.9

4S1.3
434.9
4S6.9
487.5
490.7
495.6

January..
February "
March.;""

p3

482.3
483.8
486.1
489.3
492.6
494.1

321.6
324.9
326.5
328.7
330.8
332.3

128.9
130.4
131.3
132.5
132.8
133.5

103.5
104.2
104.8
105.9
106.2
106.6

78.5
79.1
79.5
79.9
80.7
81.0

52.1
52.8
52.8
53.2
53.8
54.0

62.1
62.6
62.9
63.1
63.5
63.8

15.7
15.9
16.0
16.2
16,4
16,5

38.8
39.1
39.4
39.7
40.0
40.1

12.4
12.2
12.0
12.2
12.3
12.2

17.3
17.4
17.4
17.5
17.6
17.6

17.0
17.1
17.1
17.1
17.3
17.4

33.2
33.3
33.5
33.7
34.0
34.4

38.5
30.2
36.4
30.6
30.fi
36.2

July...
August.."""
September"
October. "
November*
December."
1965..

497.3
500.8
502.7
503.5
506.8
512.1

334.8
337.8
339.2
339.4
342.0
345.4

134.5
135.7
136.4
135.4
137.2
139.6

107.5
108.7
109.6
107.9
10916
111.4

81.8
82.1
81.8
82.5
83.1
83.7

54.5
54.7
55.3
55.3
55.4
55.5

64.0
65,2
65.6
66,2
66.3
66.6

16.7
16.9
17.1
17.2
17.3
17.5

40.3
40.2
40.2
40.2
40.2
40.4

11.7
11.7
11.7
11.7
11.9
12.2

17.7
17.8
17.9
17.9
17.9
18.0

17.4
17.3
17.4
17.4
17.6
18.0

34.7
35.2
35.4
35.6
35.8
36.3

36.0
30.0
36.0
36.9
36.7
37.3

144.3

115.5

58.1

69.2

IS. 5

40.7

15.1

18.3

19.2

38.4

39.7

13.2

358.4

86.7

515.6

535.1

36.0
36.9
37.3
37.6
38.0
38.4

40.3
37.7
37.8
33.1
37.7
37.5

13.1
12.9
13.1
13.1
13.1
13.2

499.2
500.1
603.3
504.3
507.9
510.8

38.7
38.9
39.2
39.4
39.7
40.0

38.4
38.3
49.2
39.8
40.3
41.4

13.2
13.2
13.2
13.3
13.5
13.6

514.6
517.6
532.3
526.9
532.6
537.2

March.
April.//May..

""•

June....
July...
August.':""
September:"
October.
November"
December"




516.7
517.3
520.1
522.5
528.0
532.2

345.6
348.4
350.6
351.0
354.1
356.1

139.7
141.2
141.9
141.2
142.7
143.8

111.8
112.7
113.3
113.1
114.1
114.9

83.7
84.6
85.4
85.6
86.2
86.3

55.5
55.6
56.0
56.6
57.2
57.7

66.8
67.0
67.2
67.7
68.0
68.3

17.6
17.8
17.9
18.1
18.2
13.4

40.4
40.4
40.6
40.4
40.4
40.4

13.1
12.9
12.6
13.8
15.7
16.9

18.1
18.1
18.2
18.2
18.3
18.3

18.1
18.2
18.2
18.4
18.7
19.3

535.4
537.8
552.5
547.2
553.2
558.2

358.3
360.6
363.5
366.9
371.4
374.1

144.0
145.0
145.2
146.9
149.2
150.7

115.6
116.3
116.5
117.9
119.6
120.3

86.8
87.1
87.6
88.4
89.2
89.7

58.6
59.1
59.8
60.0
60.6
60.9

68.8
69.5
70.9
71.6
72.4
72.9

18.6
18.8
19.0
19.2
19.4
19.6

40.7
40.6
40.7
40.8
41.1
41.3

16.3
15.9
15.9
15.8
16.0
16.2

18.4
18.4,
18.5
18.5
18.fi
18.6

19.3
19.5
19.8
20.0
20.2
20.5

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

40

Table 2.3.—Personal Consumption Expenditures by Major Type: Annually,
[Billions of dollars}
929

Lino
Personal consumption expenditures

77.2

1930
69.9

1631

eo.s

1932
48.6

1933
45.8

1935

1934
51.3

55.7

1936
61.9

1937

1938

1939

1940

1941

1942

1943

1944

66.5

63.9

66.8

70.8

80.6

88.5

99.3

108.3

6.7

7.8

9.6

6.9

6.6

6.7
0.8
3.8
Z2

Durable goods

9.2

7.2

5.5

3.6

3.5

4.2

5.1

6.3

6.9

5.7

Automobiles and parts
Furnlturo and household equipment..
Other
Nondurable goods

3.2
4.8
1.2

2.2
3.9
1.1

1.6
3.1
0.9

0.9
2.1
.6

1.1
L9
0.5

1.4
2.2
0.6

1.9
2.6
0.7

2.3
3.2
0.8

2.4
3.6
1.0

1.6
3.1
0.9

2.2
3.5
1.0

2.7
3.9
1.1

3.4
4.9
1.4

0.7
4.7
1.6

0.8
3.9
1.9

37.7

34.0

29.0

22.7

22.3

26.7

29.3

32.9

35.2

34.0

35.1

37.0

42.9

50.8

58.6

64.3

19.9
6.8
2.1
6.3

18.9
6.8
2.1
6.2

19.1
7.1
2.2
6.7

20.2
7.4
2.3
7.1

23.4
8.8
2.6
8.0

28.4
11.0
2.1
9.3

33.2
13.4
1.3
10.6

36.7
114
1.6
11.7

Services
Housing
Household operation
Transportation
Other

18.0
8.0
1.7
6.3

14.7
G.9
1.0
6.7

11.4
5.1
1.5
4.8

11.5
4.6
1.5
4.6

14,2
5.7
1.6
5.2

16.2
6.0
1.7
5.4

28.7

26.0

22.2

20.1

20.4

21.3

22.8

24.4

24.3

25.0

. 26.0

28.1

30.8

34.2

37.2

11.5
4.0
2.6
12.2

•

19.5
9.4
1.8
7.0
30.3

Food and beverages
Clothing and shoes
Gasolino and oil
Other

18.4
6.6
1.9
5.9

11.0
3.9
2.2
11.5

10.3
3.5
1.9
10.3

9.0
3.0
1.6
8.6

7.9
2.8
1.5
7.9

7.6
3.0
1.6
8.2

7.7
3.2
1.7
&7

8.0
3.4
1.9
9.5

8.5
3.7
2.0
10.2

8.9
3.6
1.9
9.9

9.1
3.8
2.0
10.1

9.4
4.0
2.1
10.4

10.2
4.3
2.4
11.2

11.0
4.8
2.7
12.3

11.5
5.2
3.4
14.0

12.0
5.9
3.7
15.6

II

III

IV

II
Personal consumption expenditures.
Automobiles and parts
Furnlturo and household equipment..
Other
*
Nondurable good*
Food and beverages
Clothing and shoes
Qasollne and oil
Other
Services

III
158.9

162.5

166.5

,

r

Personal consumption expenditures.
Durable goods
Automobiles and parts
Furniture and household equipment .
Other




175.7

176.6

175.4

176.8

176.2

178.8

22.5

24.4

25.3

26.3

8.4
10.9
3.3

10.2
10.9
3.3

10.4
11.8
3.1

10.5
12.7
3.2

14.7

18.7

19.3

19.9

20.4

21.9

21.9

22.3

23.4

23.1

2.4
7.2
3.1

3.2
8.2
3.2

4.5
9.2
3.3

5.7
9.7
3.3

6.0
10.1
3.3

6.2
10.5
3.3

5.9
11.1
3.3

6.8
11.8
3.3

7.3
11.3
3.3

6.9
12.0
3.3

7.6
12.4
3.4

8.0
11.7
3.4

78.6

80.2

84.8

85.9

87.3

89.7

91.6

93.2

94.7

96.6

96.7

96.9

96.0

95.0

93.2

94.0

44.9

45.7
17.9
3.0
13.6

48.7
18.9
3,1
14.0

50.2
18.0
3.3
14.4

50.9
18.3
3.4
14.8

52.0
18.5
3.6
15.6

52.9
18.9
3.7
16.0

53.5
19.3
3.9
16.6

53.8
19.5
4.2
17.2

55.0
19.9
4,4
17.3

54.1
20.2
4.6
17.8

53.8
20.7
4.7
17.7

53.4
2a 2

4.7
17.6

52.8
19.6
5.0
17.5

52.0
18.5
5.1
17.5

51.7
19.0
5.2
18.1

44.4

46.1

47.5

48.3

49.3

50.4

51.3

52.6

54.0

55.6

56.5

56.9

57.5

57.7

58.5

13.7
6.6
4.8
19.3

14.0
6.8
5.1
20.2

14.4
7.0
5.3

14.8
7.1
5.3
21.2

19.0
8.4
6.0
24.0

19.4
8.5
5.9
23.9

19.9
&9
5.8
23.8

III

IV

2.7
13.0
43.1

13.5
6.7
4.5
18.4

2a s

155.0

15.3
7.4
5.3
21.3

16.0
7.7
5.3
21.5

16.6
7.7
5.3
21.7

169.1

17.0
7.9
5.5
22.3

17.3
8.0
5.6
23.0

1957
III

Housing
Household operation
Transportation
Other

172*8

152.1

17.0

1956

Services

IV

147.9

Lino

Food and beverages
Clothing and shoes
Gasoline and oil
Other....

III

139.3

iao

Housing
Household operation
Transportation
Other

Nondurable goods

II

IV

IV

12.6

Durable goods

134.3

III

1949

1948

1947

1946
Lino

IV

17.7
8.2
5.923.8

18.1
8.2
6.0
24.1

18.6
8.4
5.0
24.0

1959

1958

II

III

IV

II

III
292.2

296.2

304.0

309.8

314.8

316.3

39.1

42.8

45.0

45.8

43.6

16.1
17.6
5.5

19.3
17.9
5.7

20.3
18.9
5.8

20.5
19.3
6.0

18.0
19.4
6.2

141.2

142.3

144.4

145.7

147.3

149.1

76.5
24.9
11.2
28.6

77.0
25.4
11.1
28.9

77.9
25.7
11.3
29.5

78.1
26.5
11.4
29.6

78.7
26.4
11.8
30.3

79.6
27.0

113.3

114.7

116.8

119.1

121.7

123.fi

43.3
18.1
9.9
47.6

44.0
18.7
10.3
48.7

44.7
19.2
10.4
49.3

262.0

264.4

267.5

272.8

277.2

279.3

283.8

285.4

38.5

38.6

38.4

40.2

41.4

40.9

40.6

40.2

37.9

36.8

37,7

16.6
17.1
4.8

16.0
17.7
4.9

15.8
17.5
5.1

17.3
17.7
5.2

18.9
17.5
5.1

18.4
17.5
5.0

17.8
17.4
5.4

17.9
17.0
5.3

15.5
17.1
5.3

119
16.7
5.3

15.1
17.2
5.4

127.6

128.5

129.8

131.2

132.9

134.3

137.7

137.4

137.8

139.3

68.9
23.7
9.5
25.4

69.5
24.0
9.7
25.3

70.2
24.4
9.8
25.4

71.0
24.5
10.2
25.6

71.9
24.2
10.6
26.2

72.9
24.2
10.6
26.7

74.6
24.7
10.7
27.6

74.7
24.2
10.7
27.8

75.7
23.9
10.6
27.5

76.3
24.4
10.9
27.7

95.8

97.4

99.3

101.4

102.8

104.1

105.6

107.8

108.9

111.3

35.1
15.0
8.4
37.4

35.7
15.2
8.5
38.0

36.3
15.4
8.7
39.0

36.9
15.5
8.8
40.2

37.5
15.7
9.0
40.6

38.1
16.1
9.0
40.9

38.8
16.3
9.1
41.3

39.5
16.7
9.0
42.6

284.5

40.2
16.9
9.0
42.8

287.4

40.8
17.3
9.2
43.9

II

IV

41.4
17.4
9.4
45.0

42.0
17.4
9.7
45.6

42.6
18.0
9.7
46.4

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

41

1929-65, and Seasonally Adjusted Quarterly Totals at Annual Rates, 1946-65
1945

1946

1947

1948

1949

] 950

1951

1952

1953

1954

1955

1956

1957

058

1959

1960

19G1

19G2

1903

1004

1905

119.7

143.4

160.7

173.6

176.8

]191.0

206.3

216.7

230.0

236.5

254.4

266.7

281.4

290.1

311.2

325.2

535.2

355.1

375.0

401.4

431.5

8.0

15.8

20.4

22.7

M.6

30.5

29.6

29.3

33.2

32.8

39.6

38.9

40.8

37.9

44.3

45.3

44.2

49.5

53.9

59.4

66.1

2

1.0
4.6
2.5

4.0
8.6
3.2

6.2
10.9
3.3

7.5
11.9
3.4

9.9
11.6
3.2

13.1
14.1
3.3

11.6
14.4
3.6

11.1
14.3
3.9

14.2
14.9
4.1

13.6
15.0
4.2

18.4
16.6
4.6

16.4
17.5
5.0

18.3
17.3
5.2

15.4
17.1
5.4

19.5
18.9
5.9

20.1
18.9
6.3

18.4
19.3
0.5

22.0
20.5
0.9

24.3
22.2
7.5

25.8
25.1
8.5

29.8
27.1
9.1

3
4
5

162.6

LI tie
1

71.9

82.4

90.5

96.2

94.5

98.1

108.8

114.0

116.8

118.3

123.3

129.3

135.6

140.2

146.6

151.3

155.9

168.6

178.9

190.6

0

40.6
16.5
1.8
13.0

47.4
18.2
3.0
13.8

52.3
18.8
3.6
15.7

54.2
20.1
4.4
17.5

52.5
19.3
5.0
17.7

53.9
19.6
5.4
19.2

60.4
21.2
6.1
21.1

63.4
21.9
6.8
21.7

64.4
22.1
7.7
22.7

65.4
22.1
8.2
22.6

67.2
23.1
9.0
24.0

69.9
24.1
9.8
25.4

73.6
24.3
L0.6
27.1

76.4
24.7
11.0
28.2

78.6
20.4
11.6
30.1

80.5
27.3
12.3
31.2

82.9
27.9
12.4
32.7

85.7
29. G
12.0
314

88.2
30.0
13.5
30.3

92.8
33.0
14.1
38.4

98.4
35.9
16.1
41.1

7

39.8

45.3

49.8

54.7

57.6

62.4

67.9

73.4

79.9

85.4

91.4

98.5

105.0

112.0

120.3

128.7

135.1

143.0

152.4

163.1

174.8

9
10
11

12.5
6.4
4.0
16.8

13.9
6.8
5.0
19.7

15.7
7.5
5.3
21.4

17.5
8.1
5.8
23.3

19.3
8.5
5.9
23.9

21.3
9.5
6.2
25.4

23.9
10.4
6.7
26.9

26.5
11.1
7.1
28.7

29.3
12.0
7.8
30.8

31.7
12.6
7.9
33.2

33.7
14.0
8.2
35.5

36.0
15.2
8.6
38.6

58.5
16.2
9.0
41.3

41.1
17.3
9.3
44.3

43.7
18.5
10.1
48.0

46.3
20.0
10.8
51.6

48.7
20.8
10.6
54.9

52.0
22.0
11.0
58.0

55.4
23.1
11.4
02.5

59.2
24.3
11.8
07.8

03.2
25.0
12.8
73.3

12
13
14
15

1950

1952

1951

1953

s

1955

1954

Lino
1

II

III

rv

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

181.7

185.8

199.4

m.o

207.5

202.9

205.4

209.2

210.4

214.6

216.7

225.0

27.4

27.9

35.3

31.4

33.6

28.6

28.1

28.3

2S.8

29.1

27.5

32.0

11.4
12.8
3.2

12.1
12.5
3.3

14.9
16.9
3.5

13.9
14.1
3.4

13.8
16.2
3.6

11.6
13.5
3.5

10.7
13.7
3.7

10.5
14.1
3.7

10.9
14.2
3.7

11.3
14.0
3.8

9.4
14.2
3.9

94.6

96.2

100.8

100.8

107.6

107.0

109.0

111.4

110.8

113.0

52.3
18.9
5.2
18.2

52.9
19.2
5.4
18.6

54.8
20.4
5.5
20.1

55.4
20.1
6.6
19.7

59.5
21.3
5.9
20.9

59.8
20.8
6.0
20.4

6a 6
21.3
6.2
20.9

61.5
21.5
6.4
22.1

61.7
21.2
6.5
21.4

63.3
21.5
6.7
21.5

66.3

67.3

68.4

69.5

70.9

72.5

24.9
10.6
6.8
27.2

25.6
10.8
6.9
27.6

26.2
11.0
7.0
28.3

59.8

61.7

63.4

64.8

20.4
9.2
5.9
212

21.0
9.4
6.1
25.2

21.5
9.6
6.3
26.0

22.1
0.9
6.4
26.3

22.8
10.2
6.6
26.6

24.2
10.4
6.8
26.9

23.5
10.3
6.7
26.8

1960

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

228.4

230.1

231.0

230.3

232.3

234.6

237.3

241.8

247.7

33.5

33.5

33.4

32.6

32.0

32.5

32.5

34.2

37.4

39.6

13.0
14.9
4.1

14.5
14.8
4.2

14.4
15.0
4.1

14.3
15.0
4.1

13.6
15.0
4.0

13.2
14.8
10

13.6
14.8
4.1

13.2
15.0
4.3

114
15.5
4.4

16.9
16.2
4.4

18.7
16.4
16

115.1

117.0

117.2

117.2

116.5

116.3

117.4

117.4

118.4

119.8

120.8

64.4
21.9
7.0
21.8

64.5
23.1
7.1
22.3

64.9
22,3
7.3
22.6

64.5
22.5
7.5
22.7

64.1
21.9
8.0
22.6

64.0
21.5
8.0
22.8

64.8
22.0
8.1
22.5

65.0
21.9
8.1
22.5

65.6
22.0
8.2
22.6

66.2
22.4
8.4
22.9

06.4
22.6
8.6
23.3

74.2

76.0

77.8

79.5

81.1

81.4

82.9

84.6

87.7

89.5

26.7
11.3
7.2
29.0

27.5
11.5
7.4
29.8

28.2
11.7
7.6
30.2

28.9
12.1
7.8
30.8

29.7
12.2
7.9
31.1

30.4
12.0
7.9
31.1

31.0
12.2
7.9
31.8

31.5
12.4
7.9
32.9

32.3
13.1
8.0
312

32.9
13.4
8.1
35,1

I

31.9
12.7
7.9
33.8

III

IV

252.7 256.8 260.4

1

41.4

40.1

2

10.8
17.0
4.0

18.4
17.0
18

3
4
5

122.6 123.7 126.1

0

67.3
23.1
9.1
212

68.0
23.6
9.4
25.2

7
8
9
10

90.4

91.7

94.2

11

33.5
13.7
8.1
35.1

310
112
8.1
35.3

34.fi
14.9
8.2
30.5

12
13
14
15

III

IV

67.0
23.2
8.9
23.5

1905

1964

1963

1962

1961

86.3

II

Line

I

II

III

][V

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

321.1

326.3

325.9

327.7

328.4

332.3

336.7

343.1

348.3

351.7

357.2

363.0

368.2

372.0

378.3

381.5

391.1

398.0

407.5

408.8

418.9

426.8 435.0 445.2

1
2

II

45.9

46.1

45.3

A
13.8

41.9

43.4

44.8

46.6

48.5

48.5

50.1

51.1

52.4

53.2

54.5

55.6

57.6

59.8

61.1

58.9

65.1

64.4

66.7

68.0

20.6
19,2
6.1

20.7
19.1

20.2
18.8

] 8.9
] 8.6
0.3

17.2
18.4
6.3

17.8
19.2
6.4

18.9
19.5
6.5

19.8
20.1
6.7

21.2
20.4
6.9

21.6
20.0
6.9

22.3
20.7

23.0
21.0

23.7
21.4

24.1
21.7

24.4
22.5

24.9
23.1

25.3
24.1
8 2

26.0
25.4
8 4

27.1
25.3
87

216
25.7
8 5

30.1
20.0
on

29.2
20.2
9.0

30.2
27.3
9.2

29.9
28.8
9.3

3
4
5

149.4

152.0

152.5

156.1

158.7

160.2

165.3

167.1

168.0

169.9

169.6

174.9

176.5

182.4

184.5

189.4 191.4 197.0

81.3
27.1
12.6
31.5

82.3
27.5
12.4
31.9

82.6
27.5
12.2
32.5

83.0
27.8
12.4
32.9

83.6
28.9
12.6
33.6

84.6
29.1
12.7
33.8

161.6
85.2
29.4
12.7
34.4

181.7

154.7

163.2

6

154.1

86.2
29.7
12.9
34.3

86.7
30.2
13.4
35.0

87.6
30.2
13.3
35.9

88.3
30.3
13.3
36.1

88.3
31.4
13.5
36.7

88.6
30.7
13.7
36.6

90.7
32.8
13.9
37.5

92.1
32,7
13.9
37.7

93.9
34.3
112
39.3

914
314
114
39.1

95.4
316
114
40.1

98.7 101.6
30.0 37.5
15.3 15.7
41.4 42.3

7
8
9
10

131.4

132.4

134.2

135.8

137.8

139.6

141.6

144.0

146.7

148.7

150.8

153.9

156.3

158.7

161.6

164.7

167.5

169.3

173.0 176.9 180.2

11

60.7
217
12.1
70.1

61.6
24.7
12,2
70.8

63.6
26.0
13.0
712

617
26.3
13.4
75.8

12
13
14
15

R ^

6.3
79.2
27.2
12.0
31.0

81.0
27.6
12.2
31.2

151.3
80.6
27.3
12.3
31.2

125.7

128.1

129.3

45.4
19.5
10.5
50.4

46.1
19.9
10.8
51.3

46.6
20.1
10.8
51.8

47.2
20.3
11.0
52.9




47.8
20.4
10.8
53.4

48.4
20.7
10.6
54.5

49.0
20.8
10.6
55.4

49.6
21.3
10.7
56.3

50.3
21.7
10.9
56.8

51.3
21.7
11.0
57.5

52.6
22.2
11.0
58.2

53.6
22.4
11.2
59.5

54.0
23.0
11.3
60.5

55.0
22.7
11.4
61.7

55.8
23.5
11.5
63.0

56. S
23.3
11.6
64.6

57.7
23.8
11.7
65.5

58.7
24.2
11.7
67.0

59.6
217
11.9
68.4

97.8
35.6
15.2
40.9

62.7
25.4
12.7
72.3

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

42

Table 2.4.—Personal Consumption Expenditures by Major
[Billions of dollars]
1948

1947

1946

1949

Lino
II
Personal consumption expenditures.

31.6
2.7

Durable goods.

III

34.5

36.0

41.2

II

IV

3.7

36.5

4.0

5.4

4.2

1.4
2.8
1.2

1.4
2.2

III

39.4

39.4

45.4

5.0

4.9

6.3

1.6
2.7

1.6
2.6
.7

1.7
3.4
1.2

II

III

40.1

42.6

42.8

4.8

5,6

5.7

6.6

4.9

1.7
2.5
.6

,1.8
3.1
.8

2.0
3.0
.7

1.9
3.4
1.3

1.9
2.4
.6

48.1

41.0

HI

IV

44.0

43.2

48.6

6.1

6.2

7.3

2.6
2.7
.7

2.8
2.8

2.5
3.6
1.2

Food and beverages..
Clothing and shoes..,
(JnsoUnoandoil
Other
Services..
Housing
Household operation.
Transportation
Other

.8
2.1
.7

1.2
2.2
.7

19.7

20.5

24.1

20.2

22,0

22,0

26.3

22.2

23.4

23.2

27.4

21.9

23.4

22.5

26.7

10.7
3.8
.6
3.0

11.3
4.6
.8
3.1

12.4
4.1
.8
3.2

13.0

5.7
.8
15

12.1
3.9
.7
3.4

12.9
4.6
.9
3.5

13.4
4.0
1.0
3.6

13.9
6.2
1.0
5.2

12.9
4.3
.9
4.0

13.5
4.8
1.1
3.9

13.7
4.3
1.2
4.0

14.1
6.6
1.1
5.6

12.6
4.1
1.0
4.1

13.1
5.1
1.3
4.0

13.2
4.0
1.4
4.0

13.6
6.2
1.3
5.6

10.8

Nond urable goods

.5
1.6
.6
18.2

Automobiles and parts.,.
Furniture and household equipmentOther
'.

11.2

11.5

11.8

12.1

12.4

12.6

12.8

13.2

13.5

13.9

14.1

14.2

14.4

14.4

14.5

3.4
1.8
1.1
4.6

3.4
1.6
1.2
4.9

3.5
1.6
1.4
5.1

3.6
1.7
1.3
5.2

3.7
1.9
1.2
5.2

3.8
1.8
1.4
5.4

4.0
1.8
1.4
5.4

4.2
2.1
1.3

4.3
2.0
1.4

4.4
1.9
1.6
6.0

4.5
2,0
1.5
6.0

4.6
2.3
1.4
5.9

18
2.1
1.5
6.0

4.9
2.0
1.5
6.1

5.0
2.2
1.4
5.9

1956

Line

Automobiles and parts
„
Furniture and household equipment.-.
Other

III

5.8

62.4

65.5

65.5

73.3

9.7

9.2

11,2

4.1
3.8
.9

14
12
1.1

3.9
12
1.0

4.0
5.2
2.0

1959

1958

II

III

65.4

69.5

69.9

76.6

9.3

10.3

9t9

11.2

15
3.9
.9

5.0
12
1.1

15
13
1.1

4.2
5.0
2.0

IV

8.8

Personal consumption expenditures.
Durable goods

4.1
1.9
1.3
5.4

1957

II

Nondurable goods

IV

II

IV

IV

II

III

IV

67.6

71.2

71.5

79.8

8.4

9.3

8.9

11.3

3.7
3.8
1.0

4.1
4.0
1.2

3.6
12
1.1

4.0
5.2
2.1

II

III

IV

72.3

76.8

76.8

85.4

9.5

11.5

10.7

12.6

4.6
3.9
1.0

5.7
4.5
1.3

4.7
4.7
1.2

4.5
5.7
2.4

I

,

29.6

31.3

31.4

37.0

30.3

33.0

33.5

38.7

31.7

34.0

34.4

40.1

33.2

35.5

35.8

42.1

Food nnd beverages..
Clothing and shoes,.
Gasoline and oil
Other

16.4
5.0
2.1
6.0

17.3
5.8
2.5
5.7

17.9
5.3
2.6
5.6

18.3
8.1
2.5
8.1

17.0
17
2.4
6.2

18.1
6.1
2.7
6.0

19.2
5.4
2.9
6.1

19.2
8.1
2.6
8.8

17.9
4.8
2.4
6.5

19.1
5.9
2.8
6.2

19.6
5.5
3.0
6.3

19.8
8.4
2.7
9.1

18.4
5.3
2.5
7.0

19.6
6.3
3.0
6.6

20.1
5.8
3.2
6.7

20.5
9.0
2.9
9.7

24.0

24.5

24,9

25.1

25.8

26.2

26.5

26,6

27.5

27.9

28.2

28.5

29.5

29.8

30.3

30,6

8.9
3.7
2.2
9.6

9.1
3.5
2.2

9.2
3.8
2.2
9.S

9.4
14
2.1
9.9

9.5
10
2.3
10.4

9.7
3.7
2.4
10.7

9.9
4.1
2.2
10.4

10.1
18
2.1
10.6

10.2
4.3
2.4
11.1

10.4
3.9
2.4
11.5

10.5
4.3
2.4
11.2

10.7
5.1
2.3
11.5

10.8
4.4
2.6
12.0

11.0
4.2
2.7
12.4

11.2
4.8
2.6
12.1

Services..
Housing
Household operation..
Transportation.
Other




8.8
4.2
2.0
9.1

10.1

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

43

Type: Quarterly Totals Not Seasonally Adjusted, 1946-65
[Billions of dollars]
1951

1950
II

III

IV

I

49.0

50.2

50.3

56.8

7.4

7.2

7.0

8.1

3.3
4.0
1.3

3.2
3.6
.7

3.2
3.2
.8

2.9
3.4
.7

24,4

28.5

25.0

26.1

14.1
4.4
1.5
4.5

14.4
6.5
1.4
6.2

14.3
4.6
L3
4.8

14.9
5.0
1.6
4.6

15.5

15.9

16.1

16.6

5.3
2.3
1.6
6.3

6.4
2.2
1.6
6.6

5.5
2.5
1.6
6.6

5.7
2.8
1.6
6.6

I

II

III

IV

42,7

46.0

49.0

53.2

6.1

7.0

8.8

8.6

2.6
2.8
.6

3.2
3.1
.7

4.0
4.1
.7

21,7

23.5

12.4
3.9
1.1
4.3

13.1
4.8
1.4
4.2

14.9
5.1
2.5
1.4
6.0

I

1953
IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

49.7

53.2

52,9

60.8

53.8

57.3

56.6

62.3

54.8

58.6

57.9

65.1

6.2

7.4

6.8

8.9

7.5

8.6

8.2

9.0

7.2

8.3

7.8

9.5

2.4
4.2
1.4

2.4
3.1
.7

3.3
3.3
.8

2.5
3.5

2.9
4.4
16

3.4
3.3

4.1
3.6

3.0
4.4
15

25.7

27.6

27.6

33.0

26.9

28.7

33.0

3.9
3.5
9
29.0

3.3
4.5
16

31.4

3.2
3.3
7
26.7

3.3
3.6
0

26.2

3.7
3.6
g
28.2

28.7

15.3
4.6
1.6
4.7

15.9
7.0
1.6
7.0

14.8
4.3
1.5
5.1

15.7
5.3
1.8
4.8

16.2
4.8
1.8
4.8

16.7
7.5
1.7
7.1

15.3
4.7
1.6
5.2

16.0
5.5
2.0
5.2

16.4
4.7
2.1
5.0

16.6
7.2
2.0
7.2

15.3
4.3
1.8
5.2

16.1
5.6
2.1
5.2

16.8
4.7
2.2
5.0

16.9

17.0

17.3

17.8

18,2

18.5

19.0

19.5

19.9

20.2

20.3

20.9

21.2

5.9
2.6
1.7
6,7

6.0
2.4
1.8
6.8

6.2
2.6
1.7
6.7

6.4
3.0
1.6
6.8

6.5
2.7
1.8
7.1

6.7
2.6
1.9

6.9
2.9
1.8

7.0
3.2
1.8

7.2
3.0
2.0

7.4
2.8
2.0

7.6
3.0
2.0
7.7

7.7
3.4
1.9
7.9

7.9
3.0
2.0
8.3

70.0

1

9t9

11.0

o

5.2
3.9
20

4.8
4.1

e!o

3
4

33.9

4.3
3.6
g
27.4

30.0

30.1

18
35.8

6

17.2
7.4
2,1
7-2

15.5
4.5
1.9
6.4

16.0
5.8
2.3
5.3

17.3
5.0
2.4
5.3

17.7
7.9
2.3
7.9

7
8
9
10

21.5

21.8

22,4

22.7

23.0

23.3

11

8.0
2.9
2.0
8.6

8.1
3.3
2.0
8.4

8.2
3.7
1.9
8.5

8.4
3.4
2.1
8.9

8.5
3.2
2.1
9.2

8.G
3.7
2.0
8.9

12
13
14
15

III

IV

1965

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

92.6

82.7

87.4

86.6

98.3

87.3

92.2

92.0

103,5

93.4

98.3

99.0

110.6

98.9

13.6

10.8

12.4

11.3

15.1

11.6

13.5

12.4

16.3

13.1

15.1

14.0

17.1

14.6

4.1
4.8
14

5.1
5.9
26

5.1
4.5
13

6.1
4.7
1.5

4.8
5.1
14

6.1
6.3
2.7

6.6
4.7
1.3

6.8
5.1
1.6

5.3
5.6
1.6

6.6
6.S
2.9

6.2
5.3
1.5

7.3
6.0
1.9

6.1
6.2
1.8

6.2
7.6
3.3

38.1

44.8

36.6

39.6

39.4

46.9

38.1

41.0

41.2

48.4

40.3

42.7

43.8

22.6
6.9
3.6
8.1

22.9
10.3
3.4
11.7

21.7
6.7
3.2
8.7

22.9
7.8
3.6
8.6

23.9
7.5
3.8
8.6

38.4

38.8

40.0

40.5

41.1

76.1

81.0

79.6

88.6

78.0

82.3

82.3

10.3

II. 7

10.5

12.8

9.2

11.0

10.3

4.9
4.2
1.1

5.8
4.5
1.4

4.5
4.7
1.3

4.8
6.5
24

4.1
4.0
1x

5.1
4.5
14

34.1

37,2

36,9

43.2

35.3

37.6

18.8
5.3
2.7
7.3

20.1
6.9
3.2
7.0

20.6
6.0
3.3
6.9

21.0
9.1
3.1
10.0

19.4
5.6
2.8
7.5

20.7
6.5
3.2
7.3

21.4
6.2
3.3
7.3

21.5
9.6
3.1
10.7

20.1
5.7
2.9
7.9

21.3
7.3
3.3
7.7

21.9
6.5
3.4
7.6

22.4
10.1
3.3
11.2

20.7
5.9
3.0
8.4

22.0
7.5
3.4
8.1-

31.7

32.0

32.3

32.6

33.5

33.6

33,8

34.1

35.3

35.5

35.9

36.3

37.5

37.7




63.0

10.1

I

IV

12.1
5.1
2.7
13.7

62.8

8.7

IV

III

12.0
5.8
2.5
13.2

58.5

III

II

11.8
5.0
2.7
13.0

IV

II

I

11.7
4.6
2.8
13.3

III

I

IV

12.2
4.7
2.7
14.2

12.4
5.3
2.6
13.8

12.6
6.2
2.6
14.0

12.8
5.3
2.8
14.5

13.2
5.0
2.8
14.9

13.4
5.5
2.8
14.6

13.5
6.6
2.6
14.8

13.7
5.5
2.9
15.5

14.0
5.3
3.0
16.1

14.2
5.7
2.9
15.9

14.4
6.8
2.8
16.1

14.7
5.9
3.0
16.9

Line

II

I

1964

1963

1962

1961
III

11.6
4.9
2.8
12.9

1955

III

II

11.3
5.5
2.5
12.4

1954

II

1960
I

1952

14.0
5.6
3.1
17.5

II

Line

105.5 105.9 121.2

1

16.2

15.3

20.0

2

7.3
5.6
1.7

8.1
6.1
2.0

6.6
6.8
1.9

7.8
8.0
3.0

3
4
fi

52.0

41.6

46.0

46.4

56.5

6

24.3
11.5
3.6
12.6

22.4
6.7
3.3
9.3

24.2
8.7
3.9
9.1

25.3
8.0
4.0
9.2

26.5
12.6
3.9
13.5

8
9
10

41.5

42.7

43.3

41.1

44.7

11

15.7
6.1
3.3
18.2

15.9
5.9
3.4
18.9

16.2
6.5
3.3
18.7

12
13
14
15

15.2
6.1
3.0
17.3

15.4
7.0
2.9
17.4

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES
Table 2.5.—Personal Consumption Expenditures by
[Millions of dollars]
1929

Lino

1930

I. Food i and tobacco
---• 21,239
1. Food purchased for off-premise 14,777
consumption (n.d.c).
2. Purchased meals and bever- 2,911
ages a (n.d.c).
3. Food furnished government
257
(including military) and commercial employees (n.d.c).
1,599
4. Food produced and consumed
on farms (n.d.c).
1,695
5. Tobacco products (n.d.c.)

15

20

(s.).

7. Jewelry and watches (d.c)
8. Other «(s.)
III. Personal care
_
1. Toilet articles and preparations ( n . d . c ) .
2. Barbershops, beauty parlors,
and baths (s.).

8. Household utilities
a. Electricity (s.)
b. Oas(s.)
".
c. Water and other sanitary
services (s.).
d. Other fuel and ice (n.d.c.).
9. Telephone and telegraph (s.).
10. Domestic service (s.)
11. O t h e r " ( s . ) _ .
VI, Medical care expenses
1. Drug preparations and sundries (n.d.c.)."
2. Ophthalmic products and or4. Dentists (s.)
5. Other professional services**
(s.).
6. Privately controlled hospitals
and sanitariums » (s.).
7. Health insurance
a. Medical care and hospitalfzation (s.).'*
b. Income loss (s.)

1933

1934

1935

1936

1937

1938

1939

12,763 15,584 17,624 19,976 21,592 20,554 20,916
14,163
14,792
8,626 10,757 12,150 13,929
14,082
2,610 2,985 3,528 3,392 3,633
2,102 1,816 2,248
254
271
214
236
185
155
160
247

2,788

2,541

245

198

1,443

1,169

900

933

1,027

1,216

1,291

1,328

1,136

1,450

1,489

1,322

1,233

1,367

1,434

1,535

1,673

1,697

9,713
1,375
141
6,659

8,217
1,207

6,042
1,022

7,661
1,145

8,092
1,279

100
4,022

6,562
1,072
102
4,585

7,010
1,031

114
5,713

5,438
887
98
3,731

106
4,982

122
5,546
3,277

1941

22,032 25,438
14,891 16,954
4,611

1942

1943

1944

30,695
20,108

35,835
22,271

39,303
24,085

5,670

7,138

8,129

1,677

2,393
2,055

278

470

1,099

1,105

1,323

1,647

2,134

1,767

1,870

2,080

2,337

2,615

2,636

7,991
1,257

8,406
1,226

8,852
1,265

10,509
1,446

15,993
1,872

17,466
1,958

118

114
5,893
3,607

124
6,153

142
7,132

13,061
1,793
153

218
11,647

3,766

4,343

223
10,486
6,940

2,387
32

2,784
219

3,546
1,031

3,809
1,041

4,100

3,528

2,446

2,254

2,801

3,080

2,559
11

2,185
9

1,576
10

1,477
11

1,784
7

1,902
9

2,177
12

2,269
13

2,158

2,286
16

420

352

252

230

265

302

339

383

391

397

423

492

458

392

310

252

262

272

304

323

312

340

397

466

523

561

265

355
93

409
106

550
131

722
162

1,004
228

864
395

1,004
486
518

1,036
507
529

1,162
607
555

1,354
728
626

935
207
1,616
874
742

842

5,495
3,337

323
85
951
442

8,537
5,341
3,196
657
571

7,838

716

328
102
979
504
475

252
74

172
57

71

233
75

817
420
397

660
320
340

760
377

802
374

383

428

11,050 10,291
5,552 5,101

9,011
4,416

7,907
3,844

7,602
3,643

7,702
3,646

8,011
3,759

8,533
3,950

8,936
4,104

9,139
4,179

9,446
4,310

10,167
4,706

10,957
5,192

11,435
5,588

4,397

4,200

3,753

3,296

3,158

3,199

3,365

3,639

3,870

3,994

4,154

4,438

4,692

4,737

4,729

865
236

775
215

664
178

614
153

640
161

194

741
225

767
256

821
252

879
231

955
305

8,425

6,779

6,466
462

7,209

8,821

8,865
827

9,624

744
238
10,479
1,060

11,951

13,110

14,032
1)314

796

509

514

666

848

1,320

12,727
1,285

937

733
211
',525
923

745
217

9,585

683
174
7,737

671

565

518

614

733

1,158

809

344

513
136

1,116
591
525

1,039
515
524

408
364

442

429

937

497

471

419

406
472

133

374

391

404

407

456

573

617

449

478

101

112

328

87

71

845

881

711

515

472

1,242

291

774

591
449

949

827

403

783

570

93
961
428
533

653

510

612

475
913

1,119

544

607

704

162

191

230

287

353
4,242

1,045
648
391

«•»
407

681
485
508
129

1,398

1,266

749

568

131

171
643

1,214

908
488

1,834
992

991

800

149

1,369
756

3,044
616
542
278

3,058
660
560
296

2,844
674
556
296

2,615
662
537
278

2,561
645
495

2,729
671
494
301

2,792
697
503
311

2,979
726
516
326

3,042
766
528
331

2,971
810
523
327

3,128
849
538
343

3,391
910
573
359

3,582
965
575
368

3,875
1017
623
384

4,079

1,608
569
1,716
316

1,542
577
1,483

1,318
554
1,146
289

1,138
482
835
253

1,152
436
732

1,263
443
850
256

1,281
472
911
276

1,411
511
1,016
299

1,417
542
1,187
328

1,311
542
1,023
337

1,398
576
1,129
347

1,549
615
1,218
358

1,674
695
1,237
411

1,851
825
1,477
479

2,937
604

2,835
568

2,127
449

1,983
427

2,164
468

93

92

124

131

617
276
138

678
295
145

731
302
151
406

776

4,189
1,014

661
312
154

1,481

1,995
973

131

133

2,549
517
117

959
482
250

924
463
233

819
403
201

403

404

395

108

110

92

363

72

70

85

2,288
474

93

If

573

••8

2,688
578
157

2,848
612
172

3,018
635

3,298
725

140

2t672
558
165

186

227

3,735
848
258

820
331
165

854
350
168

833
356
163

866
386
167

913
419
173

957
459
179

1,048
505
196

1,092
539
206

422

454

467

492

527

555

649

752

846
315

2,493
509

106

123

134

153

Personal business
4,158 3,704 3,311
2,875
2,832
2,860
3,043
3,231
3,430
3,265
3,313
1. Brokerage charges and invest495
340
224
195
756
318
243
213
263
ment counseling (s.).
173
158
54
2. Bank service charges, trust
76
79
80
78
79
92
104
116
126
130
135
services, and safe-deposit
box rental (s.).
55
3. Services furnished without
1,278
1,141 1,017
S72
757
793
792
843
876
818
817
payment by financial intermediaries except insurance
companies (s.).
56
4. Expense of handling life in874
884
901
853
846
875
974
981
1,025
1,001
1,014
surance » (s.).
5. Legal services (s.)
402
397
410
348
334
359
383
371
402
392
407
6. Funeral and burial expenses
607
547
415
417
387
480
485
508
(s.).
484
440
59
7. Other » (s.) ~ ~
144
165
122
85
129
149
160
250
267
283
See footnotes, page 50.
NOTE.—Consumer durable commodities are designated
(d.c), nondurable commodities (n.d.c), and services (s.) following group titles.




1940

113
5,403
3,226

152

IV. Housing
11,530
1. Owner-occupied nonfarm
5,868
dwellings—space-rental
value * (s.).
2. Tenant-occupied nonfarm 4,500
dwellings (including lodging houses)—spacerent J (s.).
913
3. Rental value of farmhouses (s.).
4. Other • (s.)
249
V. Household operation
10,735
1. Furniture, including mat- 1,201
tresses and bedsprings ( d . c ) .
2. Kitchen and other household
768
appliances i ( d . c ) .
3. China, glassware, tableware,
628
and utensils ( d . c ) .
4. Other durable house furnish- 1,148
ings « ( d . c ) .
5. Semidurable house furnish717
ings • (n.d.c).
6. Cleaning and polishing prep485
arations, and miscellaneous
household supplies and
paper products ( n . d . c ) .
7. Stationery and writing sup143

1932
12,687
8,203

19,426
13,500

II. Clothing, accessories,and jewelry.. 11,193
1. Shoes and other footwear
1,675
(n.d.c).
164
2. Shoe cleaning and repair (s.).._
3. Clothing and accessories except 7,682
footwear.'
a. Women's and children's 4,662
(n.d.c).
b. Men's and boys' (n.d.c)_. 3,020
12
4. Standard clothing issued to
military personnel (n.d.c).
473
5. Cleaning, dyeing, pressing,
alteration, storage, and repair
of garments Including furs
(in shops) not elsewhere
classified (s.).
6. Laundering in establishments
475

1931

307

165

196

231

279

3,326
131

3,501
114

3,599
90

3,968
187

142

151

159

792

852

904

1,029

1,040

1,025

1,074

423
515

450
554

475
577

493
643

294

340

"573

176
948

447

196

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

45

Type of Product: Annually, 1929-65
[Millions of dollars]
1948

1949

1950

1951

1952

1953

1954

1955

1956

1957

1953

1959

1960

1961

1962

1963

56,08
37,90

58,18
39,588

56,593
38,577

58,120
39,796

64,893
44,09

68,35
46,487

69 460
47,478

70,34
48,883

72,236
50,485

75,21
52,70

79,24
55,775

82,363
58,40

85,15
60,249

87,510
61,95

90,126
64,109

93,054
66,302

96,008 100,671 106,791
68,385 71,975 76,156

10,86

11,029

10,848

11,092

12,467

13,093

13,350

13,363

13,848

14,528

15,17

15,32

15,894

16,182

16,365

17,020

17,545

18,558

19,907

1,02

1,000

1,076

1,632

1,769

1,650

1,478

1,292

1,198

1,218

1,210

1,236

1,299

1,347

1,350

1,375

1,439

2,560

2,539

2,059

1,905

2,168

2,098

1,887

1,678

1,563

1,481

1,391

1,410

1,244

1,174

1,105

1,007

952

875

869

3,744

4,009

4,109

4,251

4,535

4,910

5,095

4,939

5,048

5,303

5,687

5,982

6,554

6,967

7,248

7,378

7,776

7,888

8,420

1947

1945

1946

43,52
26,15

50,72
32,663

9,50

10,89

2,753

1,34

1,023

2,234

2,46

2,87

3,353

1,244

1964

1965

Line

19,64
2,263

22,00
2,78

22,760
2,955

24,201
3,097

23,333
3,124

23,709
3,347

25,485
3,346

26,416
3,288

26,668
3,306

26,786
3,324

27,982
3,623

29,230
3,781

29,517
3,819

29,868
4,075

31,911
4,313

33,032
4,516

33,836
4,510

35,700
4,775

37,049
4,838

40,564
5,201

43,427
5,380

21
13.10

241
15,063

227
15,575

216
16,812

200
15,992-

195
16,028

206
17,451

204
18,390

205
18,587

206
18,676

209
19,415

212
20,294

217
20,440

219
20,520

225
22,038

232
22,745

246
23,343

251
24,754

260
25,735

288
28,308

313
30,478

8,796

0,711

9,945

10,899

10,191

10,002

10,843

11,608

11,912

11,965

12,444

12,967

13,152

13,356

14,332

14,769

15,115

16,071

16,709

18,379

19,778

1

4,313
1,087

5,352
364

5,630
229

5,913
191

5,801
212

6,026
272

6,608
414

6,782
256

6,675
161

6,711
79

6,971
52

7,327
61

7,164
58

7,706
51

7,976
43

8,683
69

0.026

t»

10,700
76

1
1

936

1,198

1,349

1,434

1,445

1,471

1,556

1,625

1,695

1,703

1,725

1,789

1 2,871

2,953

3,073

3,142

3,298

3,584

3,341

1,825

1,797

1

1'

600

715

800

845

845

850

855

863

876

875

902

945

977

977

1,182
258

1,427
218

1,395
230

1,374
232

1,298
217

1,318
228

1,412
245

1,523
267

1,560
278

1,631
292

1,743
313

1,812
336

1,817
363

1,850
372

2,016
397

2,094
439

2,155
454

2,262
447

2,397
457

2,640
479

2,835
504

1,982
1,087

2,058
1,081

2,225
1,217

2,287
1,257

2,306
1,257

2,438
1,354

2,617
1,482

2,782
1,576

2,976
1,683

3,162
1,729

3,461
1,915

3,892
2,156

4,284
2,372

4,604
2,590

5,031
2,782

5,324
2,970

5,792
3,199

6,248
3,453

6,530
3,640

7,032
3,966

7,509
4,309

it

895

977

1,008

1.030

1,049

1,084

1,135

1,206

1,293

1,433

1,546

1,736

1,912

2,014

2,249

2,354

2,593

2,795

2,890

3,066

3,200

2C

12,479
6,492

13,879
7,343

15,665
8,428

17,535
9,679

19,252
10,902

21,286
12,305

23,853
13,980

26,476
15,763

29,315
17,734

31,664
19,534

33,738
21,178

36,020
22,959

38,506
24,805

41,127
26,809

43,654
28,674

46,305
30,685

48,717
32,493

51,950
34,745

55,410
37,095

59,189
39,375

63,157
41,773

21
22

4,596

4,851

5,289

5,786

6,371

6,910

7,592

8,243

9,022

9,574

9,901

10,309

10,772

11,273

11,724

12,220

12,702

13,535

14,435

15,671

16,988

23

1,052
339

1,303
382

1,447
601

1,505
565

1,408
571

1,464
607

1,607
674

1,736
734

1,765
794

1,711
845

1,741
918

1,734
1,018

1,787
1,142

1,861
1,184

1,957
1,299

1,975
1,425

2,005
1,517

2,072
1,593

2,153
1,727

2,263
1,880

2,374
2,022

24
2J

15,530
1,559

20,113
2,248

23,989
2,552

26,395
2.786

25,938
2,702

29,461
3,092

31,399
3,214

31,673
3,433

33,119
3,627

33,727
3,697

37,322
4,240

39,765
4,466

41,171
4,354

42,274
4,346

45,285
4,692

46,906
4,608

43,253
4,551

51,170
4,811

54,127
5,126

58,255
5,333

61,877
6,262

26
27

362

1,703

3,150

3,444

3,113

3,932

3,874

3,826

4,005

4,063

4,476

4,742

4,713

4,516

4,944

4,846

4,821

5,005

5,244

5,777

6,063

28

800

1,256

1,341

1,442

1,391

1,498

1,593

1,557

1,614

1,628

1,732

1,790

1,726

1,697

1,789

1,326

1,871

2,004

2,108

2,340

2,536

29

1.519

2,185

2,444

2,742

2,679

3,121

3,463

3,155

3,108

2,904

3,313

3,574

3,730

3,728

4,105

4,228

4,376

4,793

5,164

5,740

6,199

30

1.545

2,039

2,135

2,354

2,332

2,647

2,824

2,615

2,550

2,390

2,537

2,612

2,612

2,521

2,705

2,776

2,962

3,145

3,369

3,805

4,193

31

722

924

1,523

1,639

1,623

1,768

1,972

1,901

2,111

2,268

2,480

2,651

2,922

3,098

3,305

3,397

3,500

3,702

3,950

4,080

4,234

32

It
ie

r
u

410

423

437

467

494

513

563

615

673

698

756

806

868

938

1,041

1,098

1,086

1,195

1,277

1,374

1,447

33

4,507
1.194
705
419

6,023
1,328
754
457

5,780
1,473
865
492

6,600
1,668
963
523

6,520
1,879
1,038
548

7,293
2,138
1,185
596

7,876
2,395
1,345
640

8,272
2,652
1,469
712

8,707
2,932
1,589
770

9,328
3,213
1,800
824

10,180
3,496
2,027
906

10,913
3,802
2,259
965

11,588
4,097
2,403
1,030

12,267
4,381
2,685
1,048

12,986
4,721
2,901
1,163

13,749
5,071
3,211
1,291

14,400
5,340
3,415
1,367

15,237
5,683
3,644
1,483

16,096
5,960
3,770
1,596

16,901
6,284
3,934
1,723

17,862
6,579
4,049
1,850

34
35
36
37

2.189
1.189
2,142
775

2,484
1,288
2,120
814

2,950
1,376
2,348
903

3,446
1,569
2,363
989

3,055
1,731
2,356
997

3,374
1,942
2,572
1,083

3,496
2,170
2,661
1,184

3,439
2,421
2,614
1,264

3,416
2,683
2,690
1,351

3,491
2,789
2,570
1,392

3,751
3,061
3,051
1,496

3,887
3,341
3,266
1,604

4,058
3,648
3,322
1,688

4,153
3,892
3,503
1,768

4,201
4,188
3,553
1,977

4,176
4,515
3,799
2,064

4,278
4,822
3,733
2,136

4,422
5,101
3,803
2,234

4,770
5,509
3,824
2,460

4,960
5,914
3,909
2,582

5,384
6,391
3,964
2,726

33
39
40
41

5,042
1,138

6.175
1,271

6,897
1,313

7,821
1,466

8,110
1,555

8,788
1,719

9,488
1,979

10,225
2,058

11,150
2,137

12,046
2,163

12,755
2,362

13,853
2,661

15,187
2,981

16,472
3,195

17,924
3,462

19,116
3,607

20,321
3,759

22,002
4,012

23,340
4,137

25,681
4,326

28,120
4,623

42
43

454

486

546

580

604

595

592

655

674

663

717

769

792

895

936

1,078

1,231

44

3,053
1,247
556

3,351
1,428
609

3,457
1,528
625

3,773
1,645
680

4,104
1,766
744

4,574
1,876
832

5,032
1,918
917

5,292
2,007
963

5,512
2,108
1,011

5,992
2,265
1,066

6,413
2,307
1,142

7,036
2,491
1,245

7,787
2,691
1,376

45
46
47

2,647

2,878

3,135

3,426

3,775

4,202

4,601

5,096

5,581

6,100

6,751

7,730

8,444

48

1,558
978

1,672
1,067

1,654
1,074

1,775
1,151

1,963

49
50

349

396

400

431

1,370
620
266

1,806
772
338

2,118
785
393

2,440
910
450

2,463
920
453

2,568
962
472

2,687
1,003
491

2,849
1,110
518

925

1,170

1,401

1,596

1,734

1,979

2,171

2,406

374

422

487

528
256

531
249

602
300

611
307

704
389

272

282

302

304

315

1,056
01*
442

1,013
609

1,143
670

1,130
620

1,277
740

1,377
845

473

510

537

532

580

605

580

624

8,445
366

10,985
690

11,862
682

12,768
884

13,872
1,138

14,974
1,035

16,021
1,430

16,431
1,238

18,422
1,421

20,066
1,651

22,055
2,074

52
53

436

480

544

601

667

748

810

883

967

1,039

1,118

1,185

1,290

1,395

54

2,373

2,726

2,965

3,248

3,648

3,874

4,074

4,532

5,142

5,313

5,420

6,229

6,943

7,818

2,104

55

2,105

2,212

2,428

2,795

3,039

3,210

3,212

3,500

3,638

3,897

4,346

5,170

1,963

4,528

56

1,911

2,432
1,712

2,590
1,770

57
53

1,192

1,238

59

5,426
235

5,950
291

6,210
262

6,858
454

7,443
436

7,791
375

207

233

260

300

330

366

403

1,475

1,474

1,638

1,738

1,921

1,178

1,417

1,538

1,598

1,755

AOfl
4J£U

AAR

590
714

609
736

668
822

765
848

836
879

874
896

942
971

975
1,006

1,023
1,046

1,103
1,040

1,192
1,100

1,223
1,152

1,378
1,257

1,531
1,328

1,706
1,381

1,754
1,508

1,998
1,471

2,105
1,575

2,245
1,669

as

513

550

592

676

663

724

748

810

884

. 931

1,020

1,068

1,082

1,128

567

699

1,145

570




51

404

10,049
732

5,069
325

1,090

1,022
177
Oil
440
9,194
606

4,656
285

1,325

906
486

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES
Table 2.5.—Personal Consumption Expenditures
[Millions of dollars]
1929

rft
UU

63
64

1, User-operated transportation.,
a. New cars and net purchases of used cars (d.c).
b. Tires, tubes, accessories,
and parts (d.c).
c. Automobile repair, greasstorage, and rental (s.).
d. Gasoline and oil (n.d.c.)-e. Bridge, tunnel, ferry, and
road tolls (s.).
f. Automobile insurance premiums less claims paid
(s.).

67

70
71
72
73
74
75
76

2. Purchased local transportation.
n: Street and electric railway and local bus (s.).
b Taxicab (s)
c." Railway (commutation)
(s.).
3. Purchased intercity transportation,
n. Railway (excluding commutation) (s.).
b Intercity bus (s.)
c Airline (s.)
d Other" (s.)

80
81

1933

1934

1935

—:
1936

1937

6,147

5,003

3,981

3,987

4,596

5,281

6,131

6,517

-

=

—

-

r

1939

f

—

1940

1941

r

1942

T

1944

1943

1938
5,633

6,365

7,143

8,438

5,529

5,539

5,813

5,872
2,217

7,031
2,706

3,581
415

2,859
410

3,045
322

3,584
1,024

4,217
1,508

4,956
1,921

5,288
1,988

4,453
1,228

5,128
1,679

280

346

368

402

433

398

484

530

673

303

366

449

445

457

520

543

517

596

647

772

594

558

695

5,960
2,588

4,662
1,642

3,747
1,144

2,935
635

3,035
779

643

523

433

314

776

C24

509

385

392

1,814
40

1,749
43

1,540
45

1,476
43

1,466
42

1,640
43

1,743
42

1,945
44

2,143
44

2,145
41

2,181
46

2,273
50

2,649
58

2,090
43

1,339
31

1,384
35

94

81

76

82

76

86

99

124

137

124

142

155

173

136

155

160

1,117
820

1,053
772

921
705

786
624

720
578

761
605

790
626

845
674

871
6S4

842
660

878
684

907
714

978
760

1,294
980

1,646
1,237

1,726
1,299

220
77

208
73

152
64

109
53

96
46

111
45

119
45

127
44

145
42

141
41

153
41

153
40

177
41

261
53

353

370

535

432

335

260

232

251

274

330

358

338

359

364

429

654

1,034

1,077

209

216

214

234

364

664

677

101
18
31

137
23
35

241
23
26

315
24
31

336
33
31

413

333

247

154

170

169

2. Magazines, newspapers, and
sheet music (n.d.c).
3. Nondurable toys and sport
supplies*8 (n.d.c).
4. Wheel goods, durable toys,
sport equipment,J boats, and

82

pleasure aircraft i ( d . c ) .
5. Radio and television receivers,

83

6. Radio and television repair
fa\
\S.).

210

232

34

62
6
33

74
3
33

80
8
38

89
3
32

2,441

2,630

3,020

3,381

3,241

3,452

3,761

4,239

4,677

4,961

5,422

208
490

243
518

221
514

226
554

234
589

255
636

291
703

366
838

450
880

52
3
67

53
2
44

50
2
36

43
3
39

46
3
29

44

3,990

3,302

2,442

2,202

309
538

264
512

253
479

153
428

152
419

165
441

183
456

336

281

266

207

181

200

216

242

269

268

285

306

362

404

393

459

219

172

159

110

93

118

136

171

210

210

228

254

314

306

271

323

1,012

921

478

268

195

229

243

333

335

339

420

494

607

634

403

311

26

27

24

19

14

17

21

21

23

25

28

32

36

46

60

72
327

records, and musical instruments (d.c).

84

173

m

93
12
33

4,331

77
78
79

1932

ing, washing, parking,

65
66

68
69

1931

=

—

Lino

61
62

1930

7,612

—

221

190

134

89

90

116

130

159

186

176

191

201

229

241

274

913

892

854

631

573

625

672

759

818

816

821

904

995

1,204

1,455

1,563

1,275

1,341

118

142

7. Flowers, seeds, and potted
plants (n.d.c).
8. Admissions to specified spectator amusements.
a. Motion picture theaters
(s.).
b. Legitimate theaters and
opera, and entertainments of nonprofit institutions (except athletics) (s.).
c Spectator sports » (s.)---

720

732

719

527

482

518

556

626

676

663

659

735

809

1,022

127

95

78

57

41

42

44

50

53

58

64

71

79

92

66

65

57

47

50

65

72

83

89

95

98

93

107

90

62

£0

89

9. Clubs and fraternal organizations except insurance 2°

302

294

277

242

208

199

197

193

203

200

199

203

203

205

217

236

90

10. Commercial
participant
amusements" (s.).

207

203

175

132

121

135

141

165

194

164

183

197

210

213

215

241

91
92

11. Pari-mutuel net receipts (s.)__
12. Other "(s.)
- --

8
240

7
227

6
197

4
159

6
150

19
177

26
204

29
245

33
294

44
264

41
276

55
292

65
327

69
361

79
390

131
429

664

683

665

570

479

480

503

541

594

612

620

632

692

801

936

943

219
162

242
170

251
185

226
158

203
121

210
121

224
122

237
140

243
174

249
192

259
195

271
198

278
208

300
221

345
239

283

271

229

186

155

149

157

280

352

1,196

1,209

1,125

973

872

870

862

899

900

923

938

1,012

1,060

1,207

1,428

276

85
86
87

88

93
94
95
96
97
98

X. Private education and research
1. Higher education 2S (s.)

2. Elementary and secondary
schools" (s.).
3. Other a (s.)
XI. Religious and welfare activities "
XII. Foreign travel and other, net

511

164

177

171

166

163

206

s
302
*>*
638

367

285

206

207

217

264

310

261

209

87

120

159

632

611

445

334

258

276

303

368

433

379

333

172

189

128

143

175

21

20

20

20

18

16

20

18

18

18

20

25

153

633

20

273

142

132

93

69

70

85

106

122

140

135

144

105

94

122

140

W

102

3. Less: expenditures in the
United States by foreigners
(s.).
4. Less: personal remittances in

1

1

103

Total personal consumption expenditures. 77,222

69,880

60,464

48,589

45,795

51,335

55,699

61,912

66,507

63,920

66,834

70,824

80,575

88,501

99,336

9,212

7,155

5,485

3,646

3,469

4,213

5,111

6,304

6,572

6,718

_ 37,686

9,647

6,947

34,022

28,956

64,348

30 324

28,703

9fi not

09
100

1. Foreign travel b y United
States residents (s.).
2. Expenditures
abroad b y

United States Government
personnel (military and
civilian) (n.d.c).

101

kina to foreigners ( n . d . c ) .

104
105

Durable commodities (d.c.)- Nondurable commodities (n.d.c.)

106

Services (s.)
naprt Ff\




5,686

6,670

7,766

22,741

22,257

26,691

29,322

32,857

35,224

33,953

35,116

37,017

42,853

50,753

58,597

22,202

20,069

20,431

21,266

22,751

24,358

24,281

25,048

26,041

28,075

30,801

34,167

i

t* tckntnntfif;

6,925

—•

,

'

47

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PKODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES
by Type of Product: Annually, 1929-65—Continued
[Millions of dollars]
1945

1946

1947

1948

1949

1950

1951

6,8

11,94

15,172

17,659

20,793

24,672

24,508

25,097

29,73

29,732

w

9,01
2,56

12,270
4,843

14,670
6,144

17,910
8,637

21,866
11,521

21,548
10,125

22,037
9,501

26,647
12,761

26,768
12,295

1952

1953

1954

1955

1956

1957

1958

1959

1960

1961

1962

35,574

34,811

37,909

35,634

41,184

43,134

41,455

45,975

49,140

51,753

57,825

60

32,589
16,840

31,725
14,686

34,755
16,281

32,572
13,258

37,980
17,154

39,825
17,748

38,135
15,991

42,516
19,486

45,695
21,549

48,161
22,814

54,053
26,670

Cl
62

1963

1964

1965

Lino

6

1,39

1,385

1,315

1,216

1,545

1,607

1,633

1,46

1,317

1,581

1,733

1,972

2,120

2,362

2,353

2,430

2,557

2,707

2,070

3,108

63

95

1,704

1,961

2,194

2,373

2,509

2,820

2,932

3,258

3,304

3,619

3,918

4,225

4,387

4,805

5,198

4,973

5,200

5,591

5,683

6,187

64

1,809

3,034

3,630
70

4,446
78

5,031
87

5,431
97

6,128

6,833
137

7,715
151

8,177
161

9,000
171

9,783
196

10,642
225

10,951
250

11,571
292

12,252
308

12,386
315

12,908
327

13,457
344

14,129
381

15,146
404

65
66

17

260

381

493

566

763

857

1,001

1,301

1,514

1,378

1,409

1,410

1,606

1,796

1,966

2,040

2,038

2,047

2,184

2,478

67

1,746
1,31

1,908
1,334

1,927
1,328

1,989
1,405

1,951
1,407

1,934
1,368

1,965
1,371

1,990
1,382

2,008
1,385

1,938
1,333

1,933
1,292

1,971
1,285

1,987
1,255

1,917
1,219

1,971
1,244

2,001
1,270

1.953
1,256

1,981
1,266

1,977
1,252

1,088
1,261

2,022
1,278

f>8
G9

372
58

511
63

532
67

508
76

465
79

487
79

511
83

519
89

530
93

509
96

540
101

579
107

616
116

574
124

602
125

009
122

570
127

588
127

595
130

593
134

607
137

70
71

1,10

1,021

975

1,000

932

872

995

1,070

1,084

1,026

1,052

1,115

1,167

1,145

1,233

1,308

1,367

1,478

1,468

1,604

1,750

72

67

567

534

548

466

394

447

465

442

394

378

385

373

338

323

319

309

303

208

262

242

73

339
5
37

338
82
34

315
91
35

317
101
34

319
116
31

309
141
28

332
188
28

351
226
28

346
266
30

305
298
29

295
349
30

304
394
32

317
445
32

296
479
32

299
579
32

313
646
30

321
707
30

336
809
30

316
853
31

324
985
33

329
1,145
34

74
75
7G

6,139

8,639

9,249

9,692

10,010

11,147

11,564

12,102

12,720

13,077

14,078

14,979

15,333

15,817

17,381

18,295

19,506

20,474

22,213

24,573

26,304

77

520
965

589
1,099

531
1,243

584
1,374

627
1,454

674
1,495

776
1,573

788
1,689

830
1,776

806
1,825

867
1,869

951
1,880

983
1,973

1,022
2,061

1,159
2,110

1,304
2,193

1,396
2,348

1,623
2,415

1,620
2,521

1,931
2,767

2,074
2,840

78
79

553

840

907

1,076

1,170

1,394

1,662

1,708

1,694

1,624

1,803

1,951

2,047

2,115

2,306

2,417

2,702

2,792

2,980

3,200

3,413

80

400

793

955

965

836

869

897

989

1,090

1,174

1,386

1,573

1,720

1,845

2,038

2,106

2,129

2,269

2,538

2,810

2,996

81

344

1,116

1,398

1,450

1,675

2,421

2,236

2,349

2,688

2,726

2,869

2,938

2,825

2,836

3,330

3,412

3,668

3,835

4,539

5,420

6,023

82

88

115

140

174

202

283

353

393

434

482

516

573

628

681

735

801

839

882

906

954

1,032

83

378

416

442

440

451

457

495

526

545

540

546

554

587

544

599

641

702

739

842

S8S

1,010

84

1,714

2,066

2,003

1,918

1,872

1,781

1,716

1,655

1,605

1,672

1,801

1,899

1,655

1,538

1,571

1,606

1,625

1,646

1,692

1,774

1,848

85

1,450

1,692

1,594

1,506

1,451

1,376

1,310

1,246

1,187

1,228

1,326

1,394

1,126

992

958

951

921

903

904

923

949

86

148

174

187

180

182

183

186

189

197

220

245

268

287

297

344

365

398

417

446

484

508

87

232

239

222

220

220

221

224

230

237

242

249

269

290

306

326

342

367

391

SS

569

611

653

692

721

733

763

773

SOS

834

858

89

116

200

222

281

359

397

435

454

462

477

498

517

539

284

379

404

425

428

448

472

489

514

528

584

654

738

848

991

1,161

1,299

1,366

1,443

1,492

1,532

90

153
459

241
526

255
574

257
594

247
594

239
624

255
652

327
691

372
755

368
793

381
887

414
981

438
1,086

454
1,181

493
1,328

517
1,404

536
1,499

564
1,570

626
1,692

694
1,809

734
1,944

91
92

1,243

1,387

1,507

1,618

1,748

1,870

1,999

2,130

2,339

2,574

2,853

3,140

3,417

3,718

4,028

4,392

4,736

5,217

5,5S5

93

1,282
1,006

1,432
1,105

1,597
1,218

1,794
1,331

2,018
1,452

2,128
1,623

2,429
1,736

2,630
1,851

94
95

852

880

903

903

922

985

1,052

1,104

96

4,926

5,082

5,262

5,527

5,609

97

936

1,026

377
299

448
267

585
316

636
369

692
399

725
440

749
501

779
557

820
611

871
664

948
731

1,036
807

1,154
905

260

311

342

382

416

453

498

534

568

595

660

731

794

1,735

1,943

1,984

2,150

2,150

2,282

2,437

2,784

2,929

1.192

-76

5

292

601

630

831

1,106

1,449

1,481

1,590

1,679

1,708

1,824

1,963

2,179

2,166

2,529

2,745

2,828

3,206

98

267

450

597

727

850

920

924

1,044

1,174

1,263

1,456

1,624

1,738

1,900

2,113

2,317

2,319

2,556

2,840

2,992

3,316

99

1,158

106

165

228

357

321

581

806

1,100

1,051

1,044

1,082

1,090

1,077

1,098

1,085

1,077

1,150

1,170

1,271

1,400

100

203

360

418

399

451

481

568

637

703

735

830

920

997

1,046

1,138

1,087

1,100

1,059

1,133

1,302

1,377

101

30

272

339

264

130

106

107

122

98

80

107

123

107

110

136

130

118

132

133

155

133

102

U9.701

3,400

60,704

9,969

6,494

-54,381

66,675

581,432

KK>,069

11,207

25,241 J35,152

55,057

31,405

91,009

16,679

74,982

76,803

06,266

01,356

73,555

103

8,044

5,757

0,394

22,677

29,648

29,334

33,248

2,836

40,795

37,881

44,306

45,294

44,180

49,540

59,353

66,057

30,477

38,920

53,928

24,628

39,639

104

71,903

2,374

90,471

6,792

8,278

123,309

29,262

35,589

40,152

46,623

51,295

55,903

62,557

90,596

98,110

3,950

68,632

4,545

08,753

78,877

6,215

105

9,929

85,380

91,433

98,493

05,048

12,036

20,278

28,652

35,069

42,960

52,422

63,126

74,812

106

39,754

5,269

9,839

54,663




7,630

62,422

7,865

3,395

3,154

3,257

3,677

3,860

4,178

4,434

4,748

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

48

Table 2.6.—Personal Consumption Expenditures by Type
[Billions of 1958 dollars]
1931

Lino

1932

1933

1934

1935

1936

1937

1933

1939

1940

1941

1942

1943 1944

139.6

130.4

126.1

114.8

112.8

118.1

125.5

138.4

143.1

140.2

148.2

155.7

165.4

161.4

165.8

IS. 3

12,9

11.2

8.4

8.3

9.4

11.7

14.5

15.1

12.2

14.5

16.7

19.1

11*7

10.2

Autos a n d parts
N e w cars a n d net purchases of used c a r s .
Tires, tubes, accessories, a n d parts

6.7
5.9
.8

4.7
4.0
.7

3.6
2.9

2.3
1.7
.5

2.8
2.3
.5

3.4
2.8
.5

4.8
4.2
.6

6.0
5.4

6.2
5.5

3.9
3.3

5.3
4.6
.7

6.7
5.8

7.4
6.4
1.1

1.5

1.1
.4

U
1.0
.5

F u r n i t u r e a n d household e q u i p m e n t . - - . - - - - . . -•
F u r n i t u r e , including mattresses a n d bedsprings
Kitchen a n d other household appliances
China, glassware, tableware, a n d utensils, a n d other
durable house furnishings.
Radio a n d television receivers, records, a n d musical
instruments.

7.8
2.7
.9
3.7

6.6
2.2
.8
3.0

6.3
2.1
.7
3.0

5.2
1.6
.5
2.6

4.7
1.4
.6
2.3

5.0
1.5'
.8
2.4

5.7
1.9
1.0
2.4

7.1
2.4
1.1
3.1

7.3
2.4
1.3
3.1

6.6
2.2
1.1
2.9

7.5
2.5
1.2
3.1

8.2
2.8
1.4
3.3

9.6
3.2
1.7
3.8

8.0
2.6
1.0
3.6

6.2
2.1
.3
3.3

.6

.7

.4

.3

.4

.5

.6

.5

.7

.8

.9

Other durable goods
—
Ophthalmic products a n d orthopedic appliances
w h e e l goods, durable toys, sport equipment, boats,
a n d pleasure aircraft.

1.8
.2
.3

1.6
.2
.2

1.0
.1
.2

1.0
.2
.2

1.2
.2
.2

1.4
.2
.3

1.6
.2
.3

.3
.4

2.1
.3
.5

2.2
.4
.4

2.6

.3

i.7
.2
A

P e r s o n a l consumption expenditures l
Durable g o o d s .

69.3

65.9

65.6

60.4

58.6

62.5

65.9

73.4

76.0

77.1

81.2

84.6

89.9

91.3

93.7

Food a n d beverages
-—~Food purchased for ofl-premise consumption..
Purchased meals a n d beverages
Food furnished government (including military) a n d
commercial employees, and food produced a n d
consumed on farms.
A d d e n d a : Food excluding alcoholic beverages
Alcoholic beverages

36.6
27.7
5.9
3.0

35.9
26.9
6.1
3.0

36.1
26.5
6.5
3.1

33.9
24.4
6.4
3.1

33.5
25.1
5.0

35.8
26.9
5.7
3.2

37.4
28.3
6.2
3.0

42.3
32.3
6.9
3.1

44.3
33.2
8.0
3.2

45.3
34.1
8.1
3.2

46.8
34.7
8.8
3.3

4S.7
36.2
9.3
3.3

51.1
37.6
10.2
3.4

52.0
37.4
10.8
3.8

55.0
36.2
12.2
4.7

36.6

35.9

36.1

33.9

32.3
1.2

32.1
3.7

32.6
4.8

6.1

37.8
6.5

39.2
6.1

40.5
6.3

42.2
6.5

44.0
7.1

414
7.6

45.2
7.9

Clothing and shoes
—
Shoos and other footwear
Women's and children's clothing and accessories
Men's and boys' clothing and accessories, and standard clothing Issued to military personnel.

18.2
3.3
9.2
5,7

16.4
2.9
8.4
5.0

16.1
2.9
8.3
4.9

14.3
3.0
7.0
4.3

12.9

13.6
3.0
6.4
4.2

14.7

16.0
3.2
7.5
5.2

15.9
3.4
7.3
5.2

16.1
3.4
7.6
5.1

17.3
3.4
8.4
5.5

17.9
3.4
8.8
5.6

19.1
3.7
9.0
6.3

19.8
3.9
9.3
6.6

1714

2U
3.7
10.6
7.1

Nondurable goods

-

Housing..
Owner-occupied nonfarm dwellings—space-rental
value.
Tenant-occupied nonfarm dwellings (including
lodging houses)—space rent.
Rental value of farmhouses
_

2.7

2.8

2.6

2.6

2.7

2.9

3.1

3.4

3.5

3.7

3.9

4.4

3.3

2.1

11.8
2.8
.9
1.2
.8

11.0
2.6
.8
1.0

9.6
2.3
.7
1.0
.7

9.7
2.4
.5
1.0
.7

10.4
2.6
.7
1.0
.8

10.8
2.8
.7
1.1

12.0
3.0
.7
1.3

12.4
3.2
.7

14.1
3.4

1.4
1.0

12.3
3.2
.8
1.4
1.0

13.4
3.3

.8

10.6
2.6
.8
1.1
.8

.9
1.7
1.0

1.8
1.1

15.3
3.6
1.0
1.9
1.2

16.2
4.0
1.1
1.8
1.3

17.3
12
1.4
1.9
1.3

2.9
.8

2.9
.7
.5

2.6
.7
.5

2.5
.6
.4

2.6
.6
.4

2.7
.7
.4

2.8

3.0
.8
.5

3.0
.8
.5

2.8
.9
.5

3.0
.9

3.2
1.0

3.3
1.1
.7

3.4
1.2

3.5
1.5

'.4

R0

Services

51.5

49.4

45.9

46.0

46.1

47.9

50.5

52.0

50.9

52.5

54.4

56.3

14.1

13.9

13.4

13.5

13.7

13.8

14.1

14.3

14.5

14.9

15.4

17.7
8.5

6.7

6.4

6.4

6.5

6.5

6.5

6.6

6.8

16.2
7.3

17.0

6.9

13.7
6.5

7.2

5.3

5.6

5.6

5.8

6.0

6.2

6.4

6.6

6.9

7.9

5.3

1.4

1.5
7.8
.5
.6
.5
.9
4.6

1.5

1.4
6.9
.6

1.4
7.8
.7
.7
.7
.8
4.2

1.4
7.5
.8
.7
.7
.8
3.8

1.4
8.0
.9
.7
.7
.9
4,1

1.4
8.4
.9
.7
.7
1.0
4.3

8.4
1.0
.7
.7
1.1
10

1.4
8.9
1.0
.8
.8
1.2
4.1

H

.7
3.7

1.4
7.4
.7
.7
.7
.8
3.9

1.4

7.2

3.6
1.2
2.0
1.6
.4
.3
.1
.0

4.0
1.4
2.1
1.7
.5
.4
.1
.0

4.2
1.5
2.1
1.7
.6
.4
.1
.0

4.0
1.4
2.0
1.6
.5
.4
.1
.0

4.2
1.6
2.1
1.7
.6
.4
.2
.0

4.5
17
2.2
1.7
.6
.4
.2
.0

5.3
1.5
7.2
.6
.7
.6
.8
3.8

5.3
1.4

5.4
1.4

.7
3.3

.7
3.1

1.4
6.6
.6
.6
.6
.7
3.5

3.4
1.0
2.0
1.5
.3
.2
,0
.0

3.4
1.1
1.9
1.4
.3
.2
.1
.0

3.5
1.2
1.9
1.5
.4
.3
.1
.0
22.3
.3
1.0

23.6

6.1

Transportation services
User-operated transportation services
Purchased local transportation
Street and electric railway and local bus
Purchased intercity transportation
,
Railway (deluding commutation)
Intercity bus....
..
Airline
" "

4.7
1.4
2.7
2.1
.6
.5
.1
.0

7.6
.5
.7
.6
.9
4.3
4.2
1.3
2.5
1.9
.5
.4
.1
.0

Other services
Shoo cleaning and repair
I_ . . \ \ "
.
'
Cleaning, dyeing, pressing, alteration, storage" and
repair of garments including furs, and laundering,
in establishments.
Barbershops, beauty parlors, and baths..
Medical care services
.
Physicians
Dentists
'_
""
Services furnished without payment by financial
intermediaries except insurance companies.
Admissions to specified spectator amusements

27.5
.3
1.7

25.8
.3
1.6

24.7
.2
1.3

1.0

23.0
.3
.9

1.3
4.8
2.0
L0
1.6

1.3
4.6
1.9
.9
1.8

1.2
4.5
1.8
.9
2.0

1.1
13
1.7
.8
2.2

1.0
4.1
1.5
.7
2.4

1.7

1.7

1.7

1.3

1.3

1

""

.

,

Totals and subtotals include- items not shown separately.
NOTE.—Implicit price deflators are shown in table 8.6, pages 162-163.




2.9
7.1
4.6

2.6

Gasoline and oil
Other nondurable goods
Tobacco products
_
Toilet articles and preparations
Semidurablo house furnishings
Cleaning and polishing preparations, and miscellaneous household supplies and paper products.
Other fuel and ice
_
• Drug preparations and sundries
Nondurable toys and sport supplies

Household operation services
Electricity
Gas
Water and other sanitary services
Telephone.
_
Domestic service

2.7
6.1
4.1

3.8
1.1
2.3
1.7
.*3
.1
.0

.7

58.5

5.1

61.8

.8
.8

1.4
3.4

6.7
1.3
3.8
3.0
1.6
1.1

2.0
2.3
1.9
.7
.4
.2
.0

3.0
2.4
1.0
.6
.4
.0

2.1

'.0
30.3

1.3

25.4
.3
1.4

26.1
.3
1.5

1.7

27.1
.3
1.8

1.4
4.6
1.9
.8
2.8

1.3
4.5
1.8
.8
2.9

1.4

4.8
1.9
.8
3.0

1.4
5.0
1.9
.9
3.2

1.4
5.1
1.9
1.0
3.0

1.4
5.4
2.0
1.0
2.9

1.4
5.5
1.9
1.0
3.1

1.8

1.7

1.7

1.9

2.0

2.3

2.6

!

25.1
.3
1.3

25.7
.3
1.4

1.1
4.2
1.6
.8
2.4

1.3
4.2
1.7
.7
2.6

1.4
4.5
1.8
.8
2.9

1.4

1.5

1.7

.4
2.2

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

40

of Product in Constant Dollars: Annually, 1929-65
[Billions of 1958 dollars]
1945

1946

1947

1948

1949

1950

1951

1952

1953

1954

1955

1956

1957

1953

1959

1960

1961

1962

1963

1964

19C5

m.

203.

206.3

210.8

216.5

230.5

232.8

239.4

250.

255.

274.

281.4

2S8.2

290.1

307.3

316.1

322.5

338.4

353.3

373.8

m.2

Lino
1

10.

20.5

24.7

26.3

28.4

34.7

31.5

30.8

35.3

35.

43.2

41.0

41.5

37.9

43.7

44.9

43.9

49.2

53.7

59.1

66.4

2

1J

5.8
i.'i

9.5
8.0
1.5

12.1
10.7

15.9
14.2
1.7

13.3
11.8
1.5

12.3
10.7
1.6

16.0
14.6
1.5

15.
14.4
1.4

21.2
19.6
1.6

17.9
16.2
1.8

18.8
16.8
2.0

15.4
13.3
2.1

19.0
16.6
2.4

20.0
17.5

.

8.5
6.9
1.6

2.5

18.4
15.7
2.7

21.8
19,1
2.8

24.1
21.2
2.9

25.6
22.5
3.2

30.0
26.7
3.3

3
4
5

6.
2.1

10.8
2.8
1.9
4.9

12.5

13.1

12.8

3.1
3.0
5.1

3.2
3.1

3.2
2.9

5.4

14.3
3.3
3.4
5.7

14.4
3.6
3.3
5.4

15.0
3.8
3.5
5.3

15.3
3.8
3.6
5.1

17.1
4.4
4.1
5.6

17.9
4.6
4.6
5.6

17.4
4.4
4.6
5.5

17.1
4.3
4.5
5.4

18.8
4.7
5.0
5.8

18.7
4.6
5.0
5.9

19.2
4.5
5.1
6.1

20.5
4.7
5.4
6.6

22,3
5.0

5.5

15.1
3.6
3.7
5.8

7.1

25.3
5.7
6.5
7.8

27.5
6.0
6.9
8.4

6
7
8
9

1.3

1.3

1.3

1.4

2.0

1.9

2.2

2.5

2.7

3.0

3.1

2.9

2.8

3.2

3.2

3.5

3.8

4.4

5.4

6.2

10

3.9
.5
1.0

3.7
.5
1.1

3.7

3.5

3.7

3.8

5.3

5.4
.7

5.9

l.*8

1.8

2.0

6.4
.7
2.1

2.2

.8

7.3
.9
2.4

8.2

.9

,7

6.2
.7
2.1

6.8

i!o

4.4
.6
1.2

5.2

is

4.2
.6
1.1

4.8

LI

4.0
.6
1.0

1.0
2.7

8.9
1.1
2.9

11
12
13

104.7

H0.8

108.3

108.7

110.5

114.0

116.5

120.8

124.4

125.5

131.7

136.2

138.7

140.2

146.8

149.6

153.0

158.2

162.2

170.5

178.2

14

60.8
40.1
15.2

64.6
45.4
15.0
4.2

62.5
45.7
13.3
3.4

61.6
45.4
12 9
3.3

62.2
46.0
13 1
3.'l

63.2
46.9
13 3
3.1

64.5
47.2
14.0
3.3

66.3
48.6
14.4
3.3

68.4
50.5
14.7
3.2

69.4
51.8
14.5
3.1

72.4
54.5
14.9
3.0

74.8
56.5
15.4
2.9.

76.2
57.9
15.5
2.8

76.4
58.4
15.3

80.8
62.8
15.5

2.7

19.6
61.5
15.5
2.6

82,1
64.3
15.3
2.5

83.9
65.9
15.6
2.5

85.2
67.0
15.7
2.4

88.6
69.8
16.4
2.3

91.8
72.2
17.3
2.3

15
16
17
18

55.1
9.4

53.0
9.5

52.8
8.8

53.5
8.7

54.1
9.1

55.3
9.2

57.2
9.1

59.0
9.4

60.2
9.1

62.9
9.4

65.1
9.7

66.5
9.7

66.6
9.8

69.6
10.1

7a 5

8.8

10.3

71.7
10.4

73.2
10.7

74.2
11.0

77.0
11.6

79.7
12.1

19
20

21.4
3.0
10.2
7.3

22,0
4.4
10.7
6.9

20.9
4.0
10.4

21.1
3.9
10.7
6.5

21.2
4.0
10.6
6.6

21.8
4.2
10.6
7.0

21.6
3.7
10.8
7.1

22.7
3.7
11.8
7.2

22.9
3.8
12.1
7.0

22.8
3.7
12.1
7.0

24.0
4.0
12.7
7.3

24.6
4.0
13.1
7.5

24.4
3.9
13.2
7.4

24.7
4.1
13.4
7.2

26.1
4.1
14.2
7.7

26.6
4.2
14.5
7.9

26.9
4.1
14.8
8.0

28.4
4.3
15.6
8.4

29.1
4.4
16.1
8.6

31.6
4.7
17.6
9.3

33.5
4.8
18.8

21
22
23
24

i\
3.

5.6
52.1

E

6.5

1.4

5

m

(

1.5

2.6

5.8

a. o

2.8

4.7

5.0

5.4

6.0

6.5

7.2

7.8

8,5

8.8

9.6

10.5

11.0

11.5

11.8

12.0

12.5

13.0

13.7

14.3

25

19.6

4.3
1.6
1.8
1.2

19.6
4.8
1.5
2.2
1.4

19.9
5.0
1.4
L8
1.8

20.5
5.1

21.1
5.2

23.3
5.4
1.6
2.5
2.2

24.0
5.6
1.8
2.5
2.2

24.6
5.6
1.9
2,5
2.4

24.5
5.3
1.9
2.4
2.5

25.8
5.4
2.1
2.6
2.7

26.8
5.6
2.3
2.6
2.8

27.5
5.8
2.5
2.6

29.6
6.3
2.8
2.7
3.3

30.4
6.5
2.9
2.7
3.3

31.9
6.7
3.2
2.9
3.5

33.4
6.8
3.4
3.1
3.8

34.9
7.0
3.6
3.3
3.9

36.6
7.0
3.9
3.6
4.0

38.7
7.2
4.2
4.0
4.2

26
27
28
29
30

3.7
1.6
.7

4.0
1.8
1.1

67.7

72.1

10.1

2.2
2.0

3.0

28.2
6.0
2.6
2.5
3.1

4.2
1.7
1.1

2.0
1.8
4.2
1.8
1.2

22.5
5.2
1.6
2.5
2.2

3.5
1.8
1.3

4.0
2.0
1.6

4.0
2.2
1.8

3.9
2.3
1.8

3.7
2.4
1.8

3.8
2.4
1.7

4.0
2.6
1.9

4.0
2.8
2.0

4.0
3.1
2.1

4.2
3.2
2.1

4.2
3.4
2.3

4.2
3.6
2.4

4.2
3.7
2.7

4.3
4.0
2.8

4.5
4.2
3.0

4.7
4.4
3.2

5.0
4.7
3.4

31
32
33

73.4

75.8

81.8

84.8

37.8

91.1

94.8

99.3

104.1

108.0

112,0

116.8

121.6

125.6

131.1

137.4

144.2

151.6

34

77.6

41.1
26.8

42.9
28.3

44.9
29.8

46.6
31.2

49.1
32.9

51.8
34.8

54.7
36.6

57.7
38.4

35
36

11.3

11.6

11.9

12.2

12.8

13.5

14.6

15.6

37

1.9

1.9

1.9

1.9

1.9

1.9

33

20.4
5.5
3.3
1.3
4.9
3.3

21.2
5.8
3.4
1.4
5.3
3.3

22.2
6.1
3.5
1.5
5.7
3.2

25.2
6.4
3.6
1.5
6.2
3.1

39
40
41
42
43
44

1 d.
i. ^

1

K
I, a

IS. 8
9.8

20.4
11.1

22.3
12.3

23.5
13.2

25.0
14.3

26.8
15.6

2S.8
17.0

30.7
18.4

32.3
19.7

33.9
20.9

35.7
22.4

37.4
23.8

39.3
25.3

7.0

7.3

7.7

7.9

8.4

8.7

9.2

9.6

10.0

10.3

10.5

10.7

11.0

U

1.4

1.4

1 E
•I* 0

1

c.

1. 0

9.1
1.2
.9
.8
1.6
3.2

9.4
1.4
1.0
.9
1.8
3.0

10.0
1.6
1 i
.9
1.8
3.2

10.4
1.8
1.2
•*9
2.0
3.1

10.8
2.0

7.7
2.1
4.0
3.2
1.6
1.0
.5
.1

9,1
3.5
4.2
3.1
1.5
.8
.5
.1

9.0
3.8
4.0
3.0
1.3
.7
.4
.1

9.0
4.0
3.8
2.8
1.2
.7
.4
.1

8.6
4.2
3.3
2.5
1.1
5
.4
.1

32.1

33.3

32.9
!3
3.0

1 ^
1. O

.9
2.1
3.1

1 fi
1. 0

11.7
2.3
1 4

i!o

1.8

1.8

1.8

i 7
1. 1

1.7

12.4
2.5
1.6
1.0
2.4
3.3

12.7
2.8
1.8
1.0
2.6
3,1

13.2
3.0
1.8
1.0
2.8
3.0

13.7
3.3
2.0
1.1
2.9
2.8

15.1
3.6
2.2
1.1
3.3
3.3

16.1
3.9
2.4
1.1
3.5
3.5

•il

1.7

1.8

2.5
1.1
3.8
3.4

1.9

1.9

17.3
4.4
2.7
1.0
3.9
3.5

18.0
4.7
2.8
1.1
4.1
3.4

18.8
4.9
2.9
1.2
4.4
3.4

19.4
5.2
3.1
1.2
4.6
3.3

9.7
6.6
1.9
1*.2
1.2
.3
3

9.7
6.7
1.7
1.1
1.2
.3
.3
.6

9.^
7.0
1.7
1.1
1.3
.3
.3
.7

10.3
7.4
1.7
1.1
1.3
.3
.3
.7

iots
7.4
1.6
1.0
1.4
.3
.3
.9

HO
7.9
1.6
1.0
1.6
.2
.3
1.0

45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52

8.8
4.9
2.8
2.0
1.1
.5
.4
.2

8.7
4.9
2,6
1.9
1.2
.5
.4
.2

8.9
5.2
2.5
1.8
1.2
.5
.4
.3

8.7
5.3
2.3
1.6
1.1
.4
.4
.3

8.9
5.6
2.2
1.5
1.2
.4
.4
.4

9.4
6.1
2.1
1.4
1.2
.4
.3
.4

9.5
6.2
2.1
1.3
1.2

9.3
6.2
1 9
1.2
1.1

.3
.5

.'5

!e

10.1
7.0
1.9
1.2
1.2
.3
.3
.6

33.2
.3
2.9

2.2
3.4
8.5
4.5
3.0
2.3
1.0
.4
.4
.1
34.8
!3
2.9

34.9
.2
2.8

35.8
.2
2.9

36.6
.2
2.9

38.5
.2
2.9

39.7
.2
2.9

41.2

44.4

2.9

42.5
2
£9

2.8

46.1
.2
2.8

47.9
.2
2.8

49.8
.2
2.9

51.7
.2
2.9

54,1
.2
3.0

56.8
.2
3.2

59.7
.3
3.3

53
54
55

.3

15

2.'9

32.1
.3
3.0

1.5
6.0
2.2
1.0
5.0

1.5
7.1
2.8
1.2
4.1

1.5
7.4
3.1
1.1
3.0

1.4
8.1
3.4
1.2
2.9

1.4
8.3
3.4
1.2
2.9

1.5
8.9
3.6
1.3
3.1

1.5
9.2
3.7
1.3
3.1

1.5
9.5
3.7
1.4
3.2

1.5
9.9
3.7
1.4
3.3

1.7
10.5
3.9
1.6
3.6

1.7
10.8
3.9
1.7
3.7

1.9
11.3
4.1
1.7
3.7

2.0
11.9
4.2
1.8
3.9

2.0
12.6
4.6
1.9
4.1

2.2
13.2
4.9
1.9
4.2

2.2
13.7
4.9
1.9
4.3

2.4
14.2
5.0
2.0
4.6

2.6
14.9
5.2
2.1
4.8

2.6
15.5
5.5
2.0
5.2

2.7
16.7
5.9
2.1
5.5

2.7
17.9
6.3
2 2
6.1

56
57
58
59
60

2.5

2.9

2.1

2.0

1.9

2.0

2.0

1.7

1.5

1.4

1.4

1.4

1.3

1.3

61

2.4

2.3

1.5

2.6

2.2

1.5

2.7

A




50

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES
Footnotes to Table 2.5

» Expenditures lor food (Items 1-4) comprise consumer expenditures for alcoholic beverages
and for food in the amounts indicated below.

Yea i

Food excluding alcoholic
tie ver apes

Alcoholic
beverages

|

Year

Alcoholic
boverages

Millions of dollars

Millions of dollars

065

1049
1950
1951
1952
1953

44,789
45,979
52,123
54,702
55,455

7,695
7,890
8,235
8,745
8,910

2,000
2,555
3,175
3,465 1
3,270

1954
1955
1956
1957
1958

56,532
58,073
60,437
63,890
66,631

8,870
9,115
9,470
9,665
9,750

15,729
10,502
10,173
23,278
27,350

3,420
3,600
4,185
5,080
5,840

1959
I960
1961
1962
1963

G8,437
70,113
72,073
74,381
76,512

10,160
10,430
10,805
11,205
11,720

29,892
33,164
39.C08
43, 725
46,277

0,775
7,4S5
8,360
8,620
7,000

1904
1965

80,373
85,431

12,410
12,940

1929
1030
1031
1032
J033

10,5-14
17,970
14,741
11,365
10,865

1031
1035
1930
1037
1038

12,217
13,635
15,266
10,45-1
15,587

1039
1010
I04t
1912
1913
1911
1945
1010
1917

lots

Pood excluding alcoholic
beverages

* Comprises purchases of meals and beverages from retail, service, and amusement establishments, hotels, dining and buffet cars, schools, school fraternities, institutions, clubs, and
industrial lunchrooms, and also tips.
1
Includes luggage.
* Comprises watch, clock, and jewelry repairs, costume and dress suit rental, and miscellaneous personal services related to clothing.
i
Space rout covcis heattns and plumbing facilities, water heaters, lighting fixtures, kitchen
cabinets, linoleum, storm windows and doors, window screens, and screen doors, but excludes
other furnishings, equipment, and related services—furniture, stoves and ranges, refrigerators
repairs of furniture and appliances, fuel* electricity, etc.
< Comprises transient hotels, motels, clubs, schools, and institutions.
- Includes lefrlRcrators and freezers, cooking ranges, dish washers, laundry equipment,
heating stoves, air conditioners, sewing machines, vacuum cleaners, and other electric appli* The principal house furnishings included are floor coverings, comforters, quilts blankets
pillows, picture frames, mirrors, art products, portable lamps, and clocks. Also include?
writing equipment and hand, power, and garden tools




« Consists mainly of textile house furnishings (except those specified in group V-4) including
piece goods allocated to house furnishings use. Among other products covered are lamp
shades, brooms, and brushes.
io Comprises maintenance services for appliances and house furnishings, moving and warehouse expenses, postage and express charges, premiums for fire and theft insurance on personal
property loss claims paid, and miscellaneous household operation services.
n Excludes drug preparations and related products dispensed by physicians, hospitals,
and other medical services.
•
i* Comprises services of osteopathic physicians, chiropractors, chiropodists and podiatrists
private duty trained nurses, and miscellaneous curative and healing professions.
" Comprises current expenditures (including depreciation) of nonprofit hospitals and
sanitariums and payments by patients to proprietary hospitals, sanitariums, and nursing
homes.
i< Premiums less claims: accident and health insuiance, mutual accident and sick benefit
associations, and group hospitalization associations. Also covers administrative and medical
expenses of group health associations and student fees for medical care.
i* Comprises total operating expenses oflife insurance companies and fraternal and assessment associations, excluding payments to policyholders and expenses allocated to accident
and health insurance.
ifi Comprises total payments to labor unions minus cash benefits, employment agency lm,
employees' payments to professional associations, money order fees, classified advertisements,
net purchases from pawnbrokers and miscellaneous second-hand stores, and other personal
business services.
i? Comprises baggage charges and coastal and inland waterway and ferry foot passenger
fares.
is Groups IX-3 and IX-4 include games, toys, sporting, athletic, and photographic goods,
and related products. These commodities are divided roughly between the two groups
on the basis of durability.
n Comprises professional baseball, football, and hockey, horse and dog race tracks, college
football, and other amateur spectator sports.
2° Comprises gross receipts less cash benefits of fraternal, patriotic, and women's organizations except insurance; and dues and fees of athletic, social, and luncheon clubs, and school
fraternities.
2i Comprises billiard parlors, bowling alleys, dancing, riding, shooting, skating and swimming places, amusement devices and parks, daily fee golf course greens fees, golf instruction,
club rental, and caddy fees, sightseeing buses and guides, and private flying operations.
23 Comprises photo developing and printing, photographic studios, collectors' net acquisitions of stamps and coins, hunting dog purchase and training, sports guide service, veterinary service, pui chase of pets, camp fees, nonvending coin machine receipts minus payoff,
and other commercial amusements.
« The estimates represent current expenditures (including depreciation). They are net o
f
receipts accounted for separately In consumer expenditures, such as receipts from meals,
rooms, and entertainments, and also exclude expenditures for research and development
financed under outside contracts or grants.
** Compi ises fees paid to commercial, business, trade, and correspondence schools; fees
for musical, dancing, and other instruction except athletics; and current expenditures (including depreciation) of foundations for education and research.
" Comprises leligious bodies, social welfare and foreign relief agencies, political organizations, museums, and libraries, and foundations (except foundation expenditures for education
and research). The estimates represent current expenditures (Including depreciation but
excluding relief payments within the United States), and are net of receipts accounted foi
separately in consumer expenditures, such as I ecelpts from meals, rooms, and entertainments.

T H E NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

r>l

3. Government Receipts and Expenditures
Table

Page

3.1

Federal Government Receipts and Expenditures: Annually, 1929-65

3.2

Federal Government Receipts and Expenditures: Seasonally Adjusted Quarterly
Totals at Annual Rates, 1946-65

3.3

State and Local Government Receipts and Expenditures: Annually, 1929-65

3.4

State and Local Government Receipts and Expenditures: Seasonally Adjusted
Quarterly Totals at Annual Rates, 1946-65
Federal Government Receipts and Expenditures: Quarterly Totals Not Seasonally Adjusted, 1946-65
State and Local Government Receipts and Expenditures: Quarterly Totals Not

3.5
3.6

Seasonally Adjusted, 1946-65

52

52
54
54
56
56

3.7

Social Insurance Funds: Annually, 1929-65

58

3.8

Contributions for Social Insurance: Annually, 1929-65

58

3.9

Government Transfer Payments to Persons: Annually, 1929-65

58

3.10

Government Expenditures by Type of Function: Annually, 1952-65

60

3.11

Government Purchases of Goods and Services by Object Classification: Annually,
1952-65
3.12 Relation of Federal Government Receipts and Expenditures in the National Income and Product Accounts to the Consolidated Cash Budget: Fiscal Years,
1952-65, and Calendar Year Quarterly Totals Not Seasonally Adjusted,
1959-65
3.13 Relation of State and Local Government Receipts and Expenditures in the
National Income and Product Accounts to Bureau of Census Data: Fiscal
Years, 1952-65

215-880 O—66

5




69

70

72

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES
Table 3.1—Federal Government
[Millions of dollars]
I 1929 I 1930 |

Lino

1931 | 1932 |

2,235
1,730
459
478
793
371
39
54
136
6,535
2,919
1,768
467
684
14

955
16

1,189
16

35
2,015
9,966
6,015
3,489
813
1,713
29

2,096
2,064
32
724

828
60
764

1,225
1,196
29
778

1,267
1,240
27
988

616
465

619
578

643
927

35

21

14

15

423

328

462

644

820

924

1,619

2,181

1,658
1,246
138
409
699
296
36
39
115
3,985
2,000
1,164
336
500
10

2,270
1,833
375
452
1,006
308
37

610
600
10
1,633

654
634
20
1,706

590
580

526
730

485
413

-1,477 -1,315 - 2 , 8 5 3

-2,571

-3,629

937
635
7
387
241
259
43

912
490
10
425
55
373
49

1,067
537
11
446
80
474
56

26

22

18

124

124

123

125

2,629

2,764

4,181

3,185

1,261
879
150

1,372
915
203

1,495
921
263

1,456
880
323

232
5

254
6

311
8

253
10

725
691
34

771
735
36

1,756
1,716
40

952
931
21

117

125

313

134

715
698
17
502

116

444
173

479
164

517
251

441
85

283 - 2 , 1 3 4

1,175

121
6,394
2,981
1,694
413
874
13

» Includes dividends tax, 1933-34, a n d automobile use t a i , 1942-46. Annual dividends
tax, i n millions of dollars, is as follows: 1933, $35; 1934, $15. T h i s tax w a s discontinued i n
fiscal year 1935. Annual automobile use tax, i n millions of dollars, is as follows: 1942, $121;

4,073
3,364
1,215

2,347
1,826
602
593
631
344
44
25
1,879
8,930
5,105
3,414
502

320
30
16

827
842
580
248
14

1,219
564
13
449
102
599
56

3,593
2,817
928
748
1,141
439
55
26
2,504
20,484
16,882
5,027
3,433

2,238
1,709
665
567
577
357
45
22
1,734
8,609
5,409
3,505
632
1,272
15

3,964

595
609
452
129
13

1,045

2,662
2,122
721
645
756
327
46

2,425
1,775
587
563
625
469
42
19
1,573
7,397
4,664
3,013

3,541

474
495
375
69
16

1,193

22,943

2,273
1,693
569
536
588
403
39
22
391
8,653
4,935
3,570
646
719
15

2,670

49

6,721
1,235
1,260
874
371
15
25
1,285
2,322

8,641 15,420
1,364 2,016
1,393 2,044
1,036 1,622
401
341
21
16
28
29
2,635 7,333
2,627 3,567

2,181

1,708

607
643
567
56
20

744

1941

6,480
1,635
1,654
1,244
390
20
19

2,047

1,134
1,183
1,093
61
29

60

1940

7,039
1,723
1,742
1,319
402
21
19
1,337
2,406

3,047

1,263
1,323
1,238
61
24
1,224

1939

5,024
1,130
1,143
740
386
17
13
1,252
2,251

3,804

Receipts

Personal tax and nontax receipts...
Total receipts beforo refunds * —
Incomo taxes
Potato and gift taxes
Nontaxes
Less: Tax refunds
Corporate profits tax accruals
Indirect business tax and nontax
accruals.
Total accruals beforo refunds s
Excise taxes..
Liquor
Tobacco
Other
Customs duties.
Nontaxes
Less: Tax refunds
Contributions for social insurance
Expenditures
Purchases of Roods and services
Compensation of employees
Structures (excluding. construction
forco account compensation).*
Other purchases
Addendum: Construction force account compensation.
Transfer payments
To persons
To foreigners (net)
Grants-In-nid to State and local governments.
Net Interest paid
Subsidies less current surplus of government enterprises.
Surplus or deficit (—), national income and product accounts.

1938

1937

1933 | 1934 | 1935 | 1936

2,216

1942

1943

1944
41,003

16,517
16,540
15,923
461
79
23
13,616
4,944

17,636
17,880
17,133
565
108

859
1,290
313
67
24
3,161
56,079
51,875
10,645
8,968

4,979
4,076
1,454
990
1,632
410
112
35
4,181
85,844
81,148
20,899
5,312

6,226
5,257
2,083
925
2,249
378
219

8,422
108

32,262
279

54,937
168

£9,393
75

1,453
1,421
32
857

1,355
1,369
-14
807

1,509
1,419
90

1,186
1,239
-53

1,753
1,841
-88

942

947

726
915

774
666

1,038
769

1,707
861

2,420
1,371

4,062
471
42
28
11,065
4,049

344
12,484
6,171

55
4,817
95,493
27,250
2,359

-54,435

-358 -2,129 -2,209 -1,325 -5,064 -33,136

1943, $77; 1944, $74; 1945, $81; 1946, $1. T h i s t a x w a s d i s c o n t i n u e d i n fiscal year 1947.
s Includes capital stock t a x , 1933-45. A n n u a l a m o u n t s , i n m i l l i o n s of dollars, are as follows:
1933, $80; 1934, $92; 1935, $95; 1936, $138; 1937, $139; 193S, $127; 1939, $133; 1940, $167; 1911, $282,

Table 3.2—Federal Government Receipts and Expenditures: Seasonally
[Billions of dollars]
1946

1947

1949

1948

Line
II

Transfer payments
To persons

To foreigners (net)

./..[[[

Grants-in-aid to State and local governments.
Net interest paid
Subsidies less current surplus of government enterprises.
16

41.1

42.1

43.5

17.3
7.6
7.7
5.6

17.8
10.0
8.0
5.4

17.7
11.2
8.0
5.3

19.1
10.9
7.9
5.5

19.3
10.3
7.7
5.5

19.6
10.2
7.5
4.8

20.6
11.1
8.0
4.7

21.0
11.6
7.7
4.5

18.9
12.2
8.0
4.4

18.0
12.0
8.1
4.5

35.4

32.1

32.0

28.7

29.2

32.2

29.3

31.0

32.9

22.2
20.4
1.8

'.Y.'.l'JiV.'.'.".

38.2

16.0
5.8
7.5
5.6
42.8

Expenditures.
Purchases of goods and services..
National defense
Other

IV

34.9

Receipts..

Personal tax and nontax receipts
_.
Corporate profits tax accruals
Indirect business tax and nontax accruals.
Contributions for social insurance

III

16.3
14.4
2.0

14.9
11.9
3.0

15.5
12.3
3.2

12.4
9.4
3.0

12.9
8.9
4.0

12.4
8.7
3.8

12.4
9.3
3.1

13.5
9.8
3.7

13.0
10.3
2.7

11.8
9.5
2.4

10.8
8.8
2.0

10.0
8.1
1.9

8.1
1.7

7.7
1.9

13.2
11.1
2.1

10.4
8.3
2.1

10.9
7.9
3.0

1.0

II

Line

Expenditures..

42.1

44.5

II
44.7

III

III

II

IV
40.8

38.8

38.5

37.5

18.1
11.6
8.1
4.6

17.2
10.6
7.9
5.0

16.4
9.4
8.1
4.9

15.7
9.7
8.2
4.9

15.2
9.6
7.9
4.9

36.7

39.0

40.0

41.7

42.4

41.4

15.7
10.4
5.4

17.3
10.7
6.7

19.5
12.0
7.4

19.4
12.8
6.6

20.6
13.4
7.2

20.3
13.7
6.6

20.1
13.1
7.0

10.6
7.7
3.0

12.3
7.5
4.8

12.0
7.5
4.5

13.3
8.2
5.1

14.1
8.7
5.4

14.4
9.1
5.3

•J
2.3

43.5

42.6

42.4

1.4

1.6

1.8

1.8

1.8

1.8

1.9

2.1

2.2

2.1

2.0

4.2
2.1

4.2
1.0

4.2
.9

4.1
.7

4.2
.7

4.2
.5

4.2
.5

4.2
.5

4.2
.4

4.3
.7

4.3
1.0

4.4

4.4
.6

4.4
.8

U

9.0

10.2

14.8

13,6

10.0

15.2

13.7

10. (

5.9

3.4

-2.9

-3.9

-3.9

91.2

89.9

90.3
21.3
12.9
15-0
91.0

1957

1959

1958

75.6

77.2

77.2

80.1

82.4

33.8
20.7
10.9
10.2

35.0
21.0
10.9
10.4

35.5
19.7
11.3
10.7

36.4
20.8
12.0
10.9

37.0
21.4
11.9
12.2

37.6
20.6
11.8
12.2

37.8
20.2
12.0
12.4

37.2
18.4
11.5
12.2

36.5
16.0
11.3
12.2

36.0
16.4
11.5
12.1

37.1
18.4
11.4
12.6

37.5
21.2
11.8
12.6

38.6
22.1
12.3
14.5

39.7
24.3
12.2
14.9

40.2
22.0
12.8
15.0

82.2

82.3

79.4

76.0

75.9

79.5

83.1

87.5

69.3

71.8

72.3

74.1

78.1

79.7

79.7

80.9

84.1

92.9

90,9

45.8
40.4
5.4

90.3

91.7

44.5
38.4
6.1

88.3

90.4

Purchases of poods and services.National defense
Other

45.3
40.4
4.9

46.6
42.1
4.6

49.3
43.4
5.8

49.7
44.8
4.9

49.6
44.6
5.0

52.9
45.7
7.2

54.3
46.3
8.0

54.6
46.5
8.1

15.1
13.2
1.9

55.9
46.9
9.0

54.1
46.1
8.0

14.7
13.0
1.7

51.3
44.7
6.6

53.1
45.7
7.3

Transfer payments.-To persons
To foreigners (net).
Grants-in-aid to State and local governments.
Net interest paid
Subsidies less current surplus of government enterprises.

49.6
44.1
5.5

15.5
13.6
1.9

15.7
13.7
1.9

16.2
14.5
1.7

17.7
15.7
2.0

17.5
15.8
1.7

18.7
17.0
1.7

19.9
18.2

21.6
19.8
1.8

21.4

1.7

22.2
20.4
1.9

21.8
19.9
1.9

19.7
1.7

21.7
19.9
1.8

3.1

21.7
19.9
1.8

3.3

3.5

3.5

4.2

4.0

4.2

4.8

5.4

6.8

6.6

7.6

5.3
2.3

5.6

6.4

5.1
1.9

4.5

5.4
2.6

5.4
2.9

5.6
2.9

5.7
2.7

5.8
2.5

5.7
2.4

5.6
2.5

5.5
2.6

5.6
2.8

5.8
2.9

6.0
2.6

6.2
2.3

6.6
9

Surplus or deficit (—)> national income and product accounts.

6.3

5.5

4.9

6.0

4.3

2.5

2.6

-1.5

-8.1

-12.4

-10.8

-9.8




IV

2.5

1956

Personal tax and nontax receipts
Corporate profits tax accruals
"
Indirect business tax and nontax accruals
Contributions for social insurance

42.8

IV

2.8

4.1
2.6

Surplus or defldt (—), national Income and product acconnts.

Receipted

III

-1.0

52.9
45.9
7.0
22. S
20.8
2-0

53

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES
Receipts and Expenditures: Annually, 1929-65
[Millions of dollars]
1955

1956

1957

1958

1959

1900

42,495

39,092

43,206

43,301

38,897

49,857

64,020

67,245

69,968

63,798 72,086 77,608

81,629

78,680

89,741

96,478

19,379
20,710
19,848
663
118

17,166
18,819
17,987
734
97

19,643
21,316
20,446
830
40

18,973
20,759
19,825
900
34

16,137
18,505
17,716
754
35

18,090
19,799
19,108
659
32

26,131
27,931
27,134
751
46

31,031
33,167
32,264
850
53

32,247
34,864
33,878
922
64

28,998 31,437 35,170
31,898 34,537 38,420
30,914 33,505 37,084
921
982 1,281
63
50
55

37,411
40,929
39,436
1,448
45

36,786
40,704
39,307
1,350
47

39.900
44,090
42,020
1,426
44

1961

43,634
48,048
46,222
1,782
44

1062

1903

1904

1905

Line

98,274 106,450 114,520 115,082 124,921
48,609 51,471 48,579 54,207
53,848 57,203 54,717 59,331
51,720 54,882 52,004 56,431
2,076
2,264
2,595
2,849
52
57
58
51
4,904
5,239
5,732
0,138
5,124

1
•j
3
4

44,685
49,589
47,572
1,972
45

1,331

1,653

1,673

1,786

2,368

1,709

1,800

2,136

2,617

3,250

3,518

3,918

4,190

4,414

10,234

8,642

10,664

11,847

9,803

17,000

21,452

18,540

19,457

16,955 20,648 20,624

20,183

18,041

22,454

21,726

21,751

22,740

24,040

26,454

29,147

7,128

7,791

7,791

8

7,970

8,020

8,860

9,352

10,296

10,895

9,733 10,674 11,245

11,793

11,498

12,544

13,451

13,603

14,575

15,318

16,161

10,816

9

7,180
6,214
2,370
1,034
2,810
397

7,860
7,297
2,330
1,267
3,700
436
127
69

8,053
7,501
2,177
1,312
4,012
410
142

8,092
7,561
2,204
1,320
4,037
381
150

8,927
8,252
2,419
1,348
4,485
549
126

9,420
8,677
2,459
1,447
4,771
591
152

10,364
9,622
2,726
1,663
5,233
582

9,821 10,770 11,370
9,048 9,866 10,370
2,706 2,806 3,044
1,543 1,596 1,638
4,799 5,464 5,688
743
679
565
225
257
208

11,984
10,926
2,902
1,704
6,320
787
271

11,684
10,562
2,970
1,818
5,774
846
276

12,750
11,370
3,100
1,859
6,405
1,080
300

13,676
12, 248
3,176
1,954
7,118
1,079
349

13,849
12,370
3,282
'',019
7,075
1,077
390

14,821
13,154
3,391
2,031
7, 732
1,213
454

15,577
13,771
3,600
2,116
8,155
1 283
523

17 087
14,316
3,' 800
2*091
8] 419
1,700
l,'oC5

10
12
13
14
15
10

83

72

67

68

160
68

10,977
10,215
2,820
1,614
5,781
589
173

16,432
14,375

216
52

7,870
7,267
2,691
1,219
3,357
503
100
79

82

88

17

£,754

5,493

5,108

4,511

4,937

5,907

7,085

7,378

7,369

8,112

84,561

35,569

29,822

34,888

41,330

40,804

57,780

71,045

74,179
29,786
1,530

17,234
14,606
202

12,544
9,395
405

16,515
8,936
918

20,112
10,027
1,332

18,403
10,760
1,498

37,652
16,256
2,853

42,863

2,426
26

2,744

6,661
39

8,753
54

6,145
63

10,770
8,827
1,943
1,738

11,447
7,619
3,828

13,833
8,727
5,106

870

11,431
9,182
2,249
1,108

1,986

2,228

3,334
1,516

4,173
1,623

4,169

4,267
673

52
4,662
4,310

352

25

601

-42,066
3,523 13,384
—
— ——^—.

3,100

2,900

125

191

186

206

225

246

240

259

251

271

9,327 10,569

12,242

12,355

14,843

17,667

18,235

20,520

23,091

23,8G8

24,754

76,989

69,728 68,094 71,866

79,568

88,870

90,988

51,779
18,925
3,993

57,034
18,614
3,936

47,377 44,090 45,586
17,805 18,387 19,011
3,228 2,332 2,571

49,538
19,608
2,934

53,594
20,591
3,550

53,659
21,030
3,565

93,016 102,086 110,256 113,857 118,111 123,357
53,531 67,408 03,389 04,244 05,182 G 827
O
21,808 22,925 24,277 25,201 27,150 28,436
3,501
3,857
3,879
3,702
3,519
3,480

20
21
22

18,543
125

28,861
188

34,484
199

26,344 23,371 24,004
175
150
155

26,996
178

29,453
208

29,064
227

28,102
221

30,626
237

35,233
232

35, 221
242

34,607
233

34,912
237

23
24

14,379
10,816
3,563

11,637
8,531
3,106

10,867
8,779
2,088

11,432
9,454
1,978

13,284 14,454 15,229
11,508 12,412 13,361
1,776 2,042 1,868

17,493
15,718
1,775

21,326
19,528
1,798

21,935
20,086
1,849

23,398
21,520
1,878

27,037
24,948
2,089

27,702
25,538
2,104

29,140
20,961
2,179

29,035
27,770
2,165

32,420
30,254
2,100

25
20
27

2,343

2,487

2,646

2,834

3,120

4,209

5,641

6,827

0,521

7,241

8,000

9,143

10,432

11,185

28

5,609
2,700

6,433
2,134

7,081
2,485

0,624
3,776

7,180
3,079

7,740
3,690

8,312
4,250

8,730
4,189

29
30

663 - 3 , 0 2 9

1,567

31

4,403

754

4,713
1,291

8,413 -2,433

9,053

6,240 -3,800

96

2,913

3,331

5,009
1,145

4 t 928
1,502

5,273
2,447

5,694
2,634

-7,021 -5,930

3,992

5,742

2,061 -10,190 -1,247

4,739
1,014

4,514
1,165

4,858

831

1942 $329; 1943 $381; 1944, $372; 1945, $353.
nnhiKi?111*01 F e d e r a l a a d State and local structures in tables 3.1 and 3.3 is smaller than the
puouc structures total in table 5.3 because of the exclusion of force account compensation and,

Adjusted Quarterly Totals at Annual Rates , 1946-65
1950

'i, 009
8* 695
1 328
'729

7

3,462 -3,812 -3,806

IS
19

for the years 1933—43, work relief construction. The value of work relief construction is reflected in compensation of employees and in other purchases.

[Billions of dollars]

1951

1955

1954

1953

1952

Line

I

II

III

IV

I

n

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

42,4

46.6

52.9

57.5

65.6

62.7

62.0

65.9

66.2

66.3

-66.8

69.8

71.7

71.9

70.7

65.6

62.9

62.9

63.6

65.7

69.2

71.1

73.3

75.0

l

15.8
12.9
8.0
5.7

16.8
15.5
8.6
5.7

18.1
18.9
9.9
5.9

28.8
17.2
9.5
8.1

29.3
18.5
9.7
8.2

30.0
20.0
10.2
8.9

30.9
20.3
10.8
9.2

31.9
21.0
10.9
9.6

32.9
21.6
10.8
9.6

2
3
4
5

47.2

39.0

36.4

40.4

47.6

18.4
12.5
5.8

17.1
12.6
4.4

17.7
14.2
3.5

20.5
17.1
3.5

27.8
24,1
3.8

21.0
17.1
3.9

13.9
10.1
3.7

10.8
7.7
3.1

11.6
8.1
3.5

11.2
8.2
3.0

2.3

2.3

£5

21.6
20.7
8.0
6.3

23.5
25.0
10.0
7.1

26.8
19.2
9.0
7.0

28.8
20.5
9.5
7.2

54.5

61.9

67.2

34.3
30.4
3.9

41.8
37.7
4.0

46.7
42,1
4.6

11.6
8.6
3.1

11.9
8.8
3.1

11.9
8.7
3.2

2.5

2.4

2.6

25.4
21.2
9.0
7.1

32.1
20.4
10.9
7.3

32.0
19.7
10.7
7.5

32.5
20.8
11.0
7.5

66.1

70.1

74.4

73.5

76.2

78.0

76.5

77.3

73.4

69.5

68.6

67.6

67.9

67.1

68.3

69.0

6

47.8
42.5
5.3

51.1
45.7
5.4

54.1
47.0
7.1

54.2
48.5
5.6

56.9
49.2
7.7

57.8
49.5
8.3

50.5
48.4
8.1

56.9
47.6
9.4

52.3
44 4
7.9

47.4
42.0
5.4

45.7
39.9
5.8

44.1
38.5
5.6

44.0
38.7
5.3

43.3
38.2
5.1

44.4
39.2
5.1

44.7
38.1
6.6

7
8
9

10.1
8.3
1.8

10.7
8.3
2.4

11.8
9.2
2.5

10.9
9.2
1.6

11.4
9.3
2.1

11.3
9.2
2.1

11.3
9.4
1.9

11.9
10.0
1.9

12.4
10.8
1.7

12.8
11.4
1.4

13.7
11.7
1.9

14.4
12.3
2.0

14.7
12.2
2.5

14.3
12.3
2.0

14.4
12,5
1.9

14.4
12.6
1.9

10
11
12

2.5

2.5

2.8

2.8

2.3

3.4

2.8

2.9

2,9

2.8

3.0

2.9

3.0

3.1

3.3

3.2

13

5.0
.8

5.0
1.5

5.0
1.2

5.0
1.1

4.9
1.4

4.9
1.6

4.9
1.4

5.0
1.7

14
15

- 5 . 7 - 1 1 . 7 -10.5

-6.6

-5.0

1.3

4.0

5.0

6.0

16

32.4
20.8
11.1
7.5

2.4
4.5
1.2

4.5
1.1

4.6
1.4

4.6
1.4

4.7
1.4

4.8
1.1

4.8
1.2

4.8
1.1

4.7
1.0

4.7
1.0

4.8
.9

4.8
.9

4.8
.7

-4.8

7.6

16.4

17.1

18.0

8.2

.1

-1.3

.1

-3.8

-7.6

-3.7

-4.5

-6.2

97.5

97.6

95.7

42.9
23.6
13.6
17.5

43.6
22.7
13.6
17.7

43.9
20.7
13.3
17.8

44.1
20.0
13.3
17.7

44.2
19.5
12.9
17.8

44.3
21.1
13.5
18.1

44.8
22.2
13.7
18.4

45.5
24.1
14.2
18.6

46.5
22.3
14.4
20.2

90.4

92.0

94.2

95.7

99.3

101.6

102.9

104.3

108.4

52.7
45.0
7.7

53.0
44.4
8.6

53.9
44.6
9.3

54,6
45.8
8.8

55.4
46.9
8.4

57.3
47.7
9.6

57.8
47.7
10.0

59.2
48.9
10.3

61.9
51.1
10.8

64.0
63.0
10.9

63.3
51.3
12.0

64.4
50.9
13.5

22.9
21.1
1.8

23.9
21.8
2.0

24.7
22.8
2.0

26.6
24.4
2.1

26.9
24,8
2.1

27.4
25.4
2.1

27.0
25.0
2,1

27.8
25.4
2.4

27.2
25.1
2.0

27.6
25.5
2.1

6.1

6.8

6.8

6.4

7.2

7.1

7.2

7.4

7.8

7.9

7.9

i:i

7.2
2.2

7.0
2.7

6.8
3.1

6.7
3.5

6.5
3.7

6.6
3.9

6.6
4.0

6.9
4.1

7.1
4.0

7.1

5.6

1.5

-.6

-4.9

-4.5

-3.8

-1.9

-5.0

-4.5

£

4

20.7
1.7




97.1

99.1

102.4

103.4

4.9
1.0

4.9
.7

-1.8

125.0 123.8 126.9

l

54.7
30.3
16.7
25.2

2
3
4
5

120.6 126.3 127.0

G

67.5
50.7
16.8

69.8
52.5
17.3

8
9

30.9
28. 4
2.5

34.8
32.5
2.2

32.8
30.8
1.9

10
11

11.0

11.1

11.1

11.6

13

8.6
4.3

8.7
4.2

8.8
4.1

8.8
4.1

14
15

4.5

4.4 - 2 . 5

-.2

16

109.2

112.0

113.9

115.0

117.2

115.3

112.3

115.4

117.2

124.0

49.3
23.0
14.7
20.6

50.5
23.2
14.8
20.7

51.1
23.2
15.1
22.6

51.3
24.4
15.2
23.0

51.4
24.9
15.4
23.2

52,0
26.0
15.6
23.5

50.4
26.0
15.5
23.4

46.2
26.4
16.1
23.7

48.1
26.8
16.6
24.0

49.6
26.7
16.5
24.4

53.4
28.7
17.5
24.5

no. 2 110.2

112,4

114.4

112.1

113.8

115.1

117.2

119.1

118.4

117.7

119.6

65.0
51.2
13.8

63.4
50.5
12.9

64.2
51.0
13.2

64.4
50.3
14.1

64.9
50.1
14.8

66.6
51.6
15.1

65.1
49.8
15.3

64.1
48.5
15.6

64.4
4S.2
16.2

65.6
49.1
16.5

28.4
26.2
2.1

29.6
27.6
2.1

28.6
26.5
2.1

29.0
26.7
2.3

29.3
27.1
2.2

30.4
28.3
2.2

29.8
27.5
2.3

29.7
27.6
2.2

29.8
27.7
2.1

31.3
29.2
2.0

8.3

8.6

8.9

9.4

9.7

9.8

10.2

10.8

11.0

7.3
4.0

7.5
3.9

7.5
3.6

7.6
3.5

7.8
3.5

8.0
3.7

8.2
4.0

8.2
4.2

8.4

4.4

8.4
4.4

-2,6

-3.2

-2.4

1.8

1.2

2.1

-1.9

-6.7

-3.0

-.5

105.6

107.6

48.1
22.5
14.4
20.5

Line

1965

1964

1963

1962

1961
94.4

28.8
16.2
9.8
8.0

31.3
17.8
10.3
7.3

2.4

95.1

29.1
15.8
9.9
8,1

IV

30.9
17.9
10.3
7.3

29.9
19.0
9.9
7.4

4.5
1.0

1960

32.0
15.9
10.6
7.2

III

II

54.9
28.7
16.8
24.6

53.8
28.9
16.3
24.7

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PKODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES
Table 3.3.—State and Local Government
[Millions of dollars]

Personal tax and nontax receiptsIncome taxes
Death and Rift taxes
Motor vehicle licenses...
Property taxes
Other taxes
Nontaxes

Indirect business tax and nontax accruals.
Sales tax
_
State...
....
General
_
_„
Gasoline
Liquor
Tobacco

10,370

10,578

10,854

11,123

1,240
232
115
210
140
65
478

1,277
258
116
219
142
64
478

1,313
291
111
198
142
67
504

1,328

1,399

9,649

1,227
208
137
181
137
75
489

1,205
201
122
190
137
78
477

1934

1935

1936

1937

7,835

7,743

7,312

7,157

8,550

9,104

8,628

1,380
139
165
187
148
47
694

1,373
110
182
183
154
49
695

1,251
74
16S
171
149
47
642

1,124
64
137
158
144
48
573

990
67
110
152
129
47
485

1,000
87
97
153
126
52
485

1,061
121
109
163
129
60
479

1,128
167
116.
176
130
64
475

75

57

59

100

131

6,110
525
500
C1)
500

9,957

9,320

1,198
204
129
183
134
69
479

1933

5,810
439
414

1944

9,105

1932

157

1943

1940

1931

145

Corporato profits tax accruals

1942

1939

1930

7,571

Receipts..

1941

1938

1929

Line

330
111
183
145
67
492

366
125
178
H
7
7
1
512

165

134

156

199

277

350

458

7,043
1,653
1,542
465
816
184
78

7,394
1,835
1,705
533
865
205
102

7,729
2,073
1,942
621
958
241
122

7,720
2,033
1,900
642
855
266
137

7,791
1,965
1,831
700
704
276
151

7,956
2,002

131
213
4,449
691
303

133
212
4,397
760
318

134
212
4,494
806
314

136
21?
4,565
847
356

5,965
571
545
7
524
1
13

5,844
578
552
10
522
4
16

5,436
669
641
61
526
34
20

5,634
934
904
228
563
$9
24

6,009
1,156
1,096
300
620
141
35

6,412
1,396
1,306
398
690
169
49

6,751
1,518
1,417
440
748
174
55

6,938
1,583
1,463
449
782
175
57

26
148
4,539
475
232

26
137
4,424
452
253

28
133
3,962
424
248

30
140
3,907
406
247

60
153
4,023
417
260

90
166
4,058
529
263

101
170
4,162
621
280

120
178
4,277
612

111
182
4,285
638
285

130
200
4,407
656
296

257

267

280

307

335

857

807

888

942
8,391

8,451

7,416

7,542
4,938
579

%
0)
(')
25
153
4,543
467
208

25
154
4,727
4S8
216

119

129

139

153

170

183

197

207

227

243

117

125

313

134

502

1,633

1,706

724

764

778

7,764

8,432

8,494

7,592

7,226

8,550

8,137

8,401

8,955

9,617

9,319

9,078

8,806

7,236
3,456
2,355

7,823
3,630
2,649

7,727
3,737
2,387

6,637
3,565
1,542

6,047
3,531
1,050

6,803
3,884
1,195

7,090
4,178
1,134

7,033
3,696
1,742

7,195
3,889
1,613

7,575
4,121
1,632

8,225
4,185
2,157

7,987
4,289
1,800

7,885
4,388
1,462

7,717
4,473
1,075

1,425

1,544
66

1,603
60

1,530
38

1,466
26

1,724
30

1,778
28

1,595
44

1,693
40

1,822
41

1,883
53

1,898
43

2,035

2,169
27

,060

58

Transfer payments to persons..

218

264

349

502

759

953

1,172

1,023

1,209

1,272

1,262

1,242

1,229

1,220

Net interest paid

542

584

640

662

653

640

615

616

588

573

562

565

515

479

433

Less: Current surplus of government enterprises.

232

222

209

233

297

327

374

405

402

442

495

564

619

678

Surplus or deficit (—), national in
come and product accounts.

-193

-751

-280

-69

451

554

491

704

365

32

638

1,292

1,772

2,463

Local
Motor vehicle licenses..
Property taxes
Other taxes
Nontaxes
Contributions for social insurance..
Federal grants-in-aid

_.

Expenditures..
Purchases of goods and services
Compensation of employees
Structures
(excluding construction
force account compensation). 1
Other purchases
_
Addendum: Construction force account compensation.

0)
(')

-597

4

^!

281
153

W

* The sunTo^Fodcral^d State and local structures in tables 3.1 and 3.3 is smaller than the public structures total in table 5.3 because of the exclusion of force account compensa
Table 3.4.—State and Local Government Receipts and Expenditures:
[Billions of dollars]
1946

Line

1947

II

III

IV

12.1

12.5

13.2

13.8

1.5
.3
8.9
.4
1.0

1.5
.4
9.1
.5
.9

1.6
.5
9.5
.5
1.2

1.6
.6
9.7
.5
1.4

9.9

10.4

11.4

Purchases of goods and services
Transfer payments to persons
Net inteiest paid
Less: Current surplus of government
enterprises.

8.8
1.5
.3
.7

9.3
1.5
.3
.7

Surplus or deficit (—), national
income and product accounts.

2.2

2.1

Receipts..
Personal tax and nontax receipts
....
Corporato profits tax accruals
Indirect business tax and nontax accruals
Contributions for social insurance .__.
Federal grants-in-aid
Expenditures.

1956

Line

Receipts.
Personal tax and nontax receipts.
Corporate profits tax accruals
,
Indirect business tax and nontax accruals
Contributions for social insurance.
Federal grants-in-aid.
Expenditures.
Purchases of goods and services
Transfer payments to persons
Net interest paid
Less: Current surplus of government
enterprises.
Surplus or deficit (—), national
income and product accounts.




_ _ I

II

III

14.4

15.1

15.6

16.2

1.7
.6
10.0
.6
1.6

1.8
.6
10.4
.6
1.8

1.8
.6
10.8
.6
1.8

1.9
.6
11.3
.6
1.8

12.2

13.2

13.8

14.8

10.0
1.8
.3
.7

10.9
1.8
.3
.7

11.8
J.8
.3

12.2
2.1
.3
.8

1.8

1.6

1.3

1.3

1957

1949

1948
| IV

II

III

18.7

18.9

19.8

2.4
.7
12.8
.8
2.1

2.4
.6
2.0

2.5
.6
13.4
.8
2.5

19.7

20.6

II

III

IV

16.8

17,3

17.9

18.3

2.0
.7
11.6
.7
1.8

2.1
.7
11.9
.7
1.9

2.1
.7
12.3
.7
2.1

2.2
.7
12.5
.7
2.2

15.3

16.4

17.1

17.9

18.2

18.8

12.7
2.6
.2
.8

13.4
2.5
.2
.8

13.8
3.1
.3
.8

14.6
3.0
.3
.8

15.4
3.0
.3
.8

16.1
2.6
.3

16.7
2.7
.3
.8

17.4
2.8
.3

18.2
2.9

.8

.8

.4

.2

.1

-.1

-.8

1958

13.1
.8

-ul;
1959

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OP THE UNITED STATES
Receipts and Expenditures: Annually, 1929-65
[Millions of dollars]
1945

1946

1947

1948

1949

1950

1951

1952

1953

1954

1955

1956

1957

1958

1959

1960

1961

1962

1963

1964

1965

11,591

12,898

15,318

17,573

19,319

21,139

23,253

25,212

27,174

28,788

31,393

34,698

38,155

41,642

46,020

49,856

53,601

58,581

63,390

69,553

75,301

I

1,488
402
141
182
149
72
542

1,543
409
153
109
155
69
558

1,790
488
177
226
171
82
646

2,105
570
183
253
189
93
817

2,432
718
175
288
211
102
938

2,589
776
182
326
227
107
971

2,881
905
209
373
245
108
1,041

3,112
1,002
218
397
266
117
1,112

3,352
1,042
238
421
287
120
1,244

3,693
1,135
255
458
306
118
1,421

4,104
1,345
285
504
316
143
1,611

4,657
1,574
336
568
302
148
1,729

5,166
1,723
357
636
281
166
2,003

5,562
1,829
367
686
302
164
2,214

6,313
2,132
387
756
380
210
2,448

7,275
2,675
487
811
476
210
2,616

7,705
2,648
532
841
584
215
2,885

8,741
3,191
575
865
634
221
3,255

9,412
3,392
637
017
yi i
678
228
3,560

10,799
3,978
729
976
727
255
4,134

11,784
4,417
781
1,037
777
252
4,520

2
3
4
5
6
7
8

Line

455

462

604

671

605

770

883

826

809

773

968

1,044

1,019

1,004

1,225

1,306

1,353

1,433

1,084

1,905

2,036

9

8,394
2,266
2,110
806
777
359
168

9,297
2,899
2,716
1,051
1,020
427
218

10, 611
3,508
3,202
1,330
1,176
407
289

12,102
4,115
3,715
1,584
1,318
439
374

13,254
4,333
3,882
1,609
1,451
418
404

14, 474
4,801
4,317
1,828
1,625
442
422

15,837
5,366
4,815
2,118
1,791
462
444

17,297
5,847
5,220
2,347
1,968
449
456

18, 705
6,264
5,546
2,509
2,100
471
466

19, 716
6,469
5,766
2,557
2,296
455
458

21,393
7,103
6,324
2,838
2,491
514
481

23,649
7,989
7,100
3,208
2,788
566
538

25,500
8,590
7,559
3,512
2,892
567
588

26,957
8,774
7,695
3,512
2,969
575
639

28,926
9,697
8,547
3,972
3,174
623
778

31,749
10,882
9,543
4,466
3,410
676
991

34,096
11,439
10,007
4,742
3,526
701
1,038

30,933
12,462
10,990
6,367
3,740
787
1,090

39,374
13,272

45,836
1ftflfin
10, oou
14,132

10
11
12

3',068
831
1,184

42 316
14*331
12!681
6 376
4! 192
887
1,226

156
231
4,642
90S
347

183
271
4,836
1,033
258

306
324
5,346
1,153
280

400
368
5,938
1,340
341

451
412
6,642
1,494
373

484
460
7,143
1,625
445

551
517
7,696
1,774
484

627
570
8,385
1,980
515

718
629
9,096
2,176
540

703
675
9,673
2,291
608

779
728
10,448
2,499
615

889
754
11,453
2,791
662

1,031
764
12,609
2,850
687

1,079
756
13,764
2,880
783

1,150
760
14,624
3,145
700

1,339
793
15,943
3,400
731

1,432
811
17,354
3,583
909

1,472
824
18,959
3,706
982

1,514
871
20,226
3,983
1,022

1 650
929
21,623
4,248
1,185

1 754

Ili758
5 775

7 *2Q1
<, £vo

4,465
040
1,425

Jo
14
1 '•
ID

10
1*7

23 099
i\ 505
1,298

if
JO
10
19
20
21
22

384

488

575

709

800

963

1,165

1,331

1,474

1,693

1,808

2,017

2,261

2,478

2,729

3,005

3,206

3,474

3,777

4,101

4,460

870

1,108

1,738

1,986

2,228

2,343

2,487

2,646

2,834

2,913

3,120

3,331

4,209

5,641

6,827

6,521

7,241

8,000

9,143

10,432

11,185

23

9,018

11,005

14,301

17,439

20,042

22,342

23,692

25,253

27,028

29,896

32,663

35,567

39,508

43,977

46,828

49,636

51,123

57,645

62,204

67,886

73,656

21

8,102
5,370
684

9,772
6,177
1,369

12,562
7,320
2,465

15,038
8,502
3,501

17, 733
9,422
4,767

19,497
10,124
5,254

21,475
11,136
6,262

22,882
12,225
6,531

24,611
13,306
7,083

27,418
14,669
8,263

30,106
15,807
9,055

32,994
17,585
10,112

36,585
19,520
11,187

40,564
21,524
12,178

43,346
23,280
12,579

46,090
25,615
12,355

50,217
27,975
13,428

53,731
30,391
14,125

58,240
32,859
15,491

63,725
35,876
10,810

69 399
39 346
18,319

25
20
27

2,048
17

2,226
34

2,777
62

3,035
88

3,544
120

4,119
131

4,077
157

4,126
197

4,222
195

4,486
216

5,244
219

5,297
257

5,878
273

6,862
305

7,487
297

8,120
297

8,814
331

9,215
350

9,890
383

11,039
412

11,734
450

2S
29

1,323

1,666

2,253

2,919

2,899

3,478

3,004

3,213

3,312

3,440

3,653

3,757

4,155

4,576

4,825

5,089

5,473

5,694

6,028

6,471

6,883

30

349

293

253

263

270

285

264

287

325

401

469

507

539

604

691

699

766

821

774

687

553

31

756

726

767

781

860

918

1,051

1,129

1,220

1,363

1,565

1,691

1,771

1,767

2,034

2,242

2,333

2,601

2,838

2,997

3,179

32

2,573

1,893

1,017

134

-723 -1,203

-439

-41

- 8 6 9 - 1 , 3 5 3 -2,335

-808

220

-522

936

1,186

1,667

1,645

33

—

146 - 1 , 1 0 8 - 1 , 2 7 0

—

and,forthe years 1933-43, work relief construction. The value of work relief construction is reflected in compensation of employees and in other purchases.

Seasonally Adjusted Quarterly Totals at Annual Rates, 1946-65
[BHlions of dollars]
1950

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

20.3

20.8

21.6

21.8

23.0

22.9

23.2

23.9

24.3

2.5

2.6

il

14.'2
.9
2.4

2.6
.9
14.8
1.0
2.3

21.7

22.5

18.8
3.4
.3
.9

19.2
4.0
.3
.9

-1.4

I

II

III

IV

24.8

25.6

26.2

26.1

27.5

27,5

27.6

3.1
.8
16.6
1.3
2.5

3.1
.8
17.1
1.3
2.5

3.1
.8
17.5
1.3
2.8

3.2
.9
18.0
1.4
2.8

3.3
.9
18.3
1.4
2.3

3.3
.9
18.5
1.4
3.4

3.4
.8
18.9
1.5
2.8

3.4
19". 1
1.6
2.9

II

III

IV

28.2

28.5

29.0

29.5

3.6
.7
19.3
1.6
2.9

3.7
.7
19.6
1.7
2.8

3.7
.8
19.8
1.7
3.0

3.8
.8
20.2
1.8
2.9

I

Line

II

III

IV

30.3

30.9

31.9

32.5

1

10
.9
20.6
1.8
3.0

4.1
1.0
21.0
1.8
3.1

4.1
1.0
21.7
1.8
3.3

4.2
1.0
22.3
1.8
3.2

2
3
4
5
G

I

2.6
.9
14.9
1.0
2.3

2.8
1.0
15.5
1.1
2.5

2.9
.9
15.5
1.1
2.5

2.9
.8
15.9
1.2
2.4

2.9
.8
16.3
1.2
2.6

22.7

23.0

23.5

24.0

24.2

24.6

25.5

25.2

25.8

26.5

26.5

27.3

27.7

28.7

29.4

30.5

30.8

31.9

32.5

32.8

33.3

19.7
3.3
.3
.9

20.2
3.2
.3
1.0

20.6
3.1
.3
1.0

21.3
3.0
.3
1.0

21.8
2.9
.3
1.1

22.0
3.0
.3
1.1

22.3
3.1
.3
1.1

23.0
3.3
.3
1.1

22.8
3.2
.3
1.1

23.4
3.2
.3
1.1

24.1
3.2
.3
1.2

24.1
3.3
.3
1.2

24.8
3.4
.3
1.2

25.4
3.3
.3
1.3

26.3
3.4
.4
1.3

27.0
3.4

28.0
3.5
.4
1.4

28.3
3.5
.4
1.4

29.4
3.6
.4
1.5

29.9
3.7
.5
1.5

30.3
3.7
.5
1.6

30.8
3.7
.5
1.6

8
0
10
11

-.8

-.9

.0

-.6

-.8

-.3

-.3

-.6

.4

.4

-.4

1.0

.2

-.1

-.6

-1.0

-1.4

-1.3

-1.6

-1.6

-.9

-.9

12

II

III

IV

1960

III

IV

49.8

50.6

51.0

I

II

IU

IV

52.2

53.0

54.0

55.3

I
57.0

II

III

IV

58.0

59.0

60.3

L3

1964

1963

1962

1961

II

48.1

III

IV

1955

22.4

-1.7

I

1954

1953

1952

1951

1965

I

II

III

IV

I

Line

I

II

III

IV

61.7

62.7

63.9

65.3

66.8

68.7

70.8

72.0

73.4

74.6

75.9

77.3

1

9.3
1.7
39.0
3.7
8.9

9.5
1.7
39.5
3.8
9.4

9.7
L8
40.2
3.9
9.7

10.3
1.9
40.8
4.0
9.8

10.7
1.9
41.9
4.1
10.2

11.0
1.9
42.9
4.1
10.8

11.3
1.9
43.7
4.2
11.0

11.5
2.0
416
4.4
11.0

11.7
2.0
45.4
4.4
11.1

11.9
2.0

12.1
2.1
47.0
4.6
11.6

2
3
4
5
6

7.1
1.4
30.6
2.9
6.1

al.1
3.0
6.8

7.3
1.2
32.2
3.0
6.8

7.4
1.2
32.8
3.1
6.4

7.5
1.2
33.1
3.1
7.2

7.7
1.3
33.7
3.2
7.1

7.8
1.4
34.4
3.2
7.2

7.9
1.5
35.2
3.3
7.4

8.5
1.4
35.9
3.4
7.8

8.7
1.4
36.5
3.4
7.9

8.8
1.4
37.3
3.5
7.9

9.0
1.5
38.0
3.6
8.3

48.0

49.4

50.0

50.9

52.7

54.5

56.1

56.6

57.0

57.9

58.8

60.9

61.5

62.6

63.8

65.7

67.6

68.6

69.5

71.5

72.9

53.4

4a 4
4.5
11.1
74.4

75.7

7

44.3
5.2

45.9
5.0

2^2

i2

57.5
6.0
.8
2.8

58.7
6.0
.8
2.9

59.8
6.1
.7
2.9

61.6
6.3
.7
2.9

63.4
6.4
.7
3.0

64.4
6.5
.7
3.0

65.3
6.6
.6
3.1

67.3
6.8
.6
3.1

68.7
6.8
.6
3.2

70.2
6.9
.5
3.2

71.4
7.0
.5
3.2

8
9
10
11

.1

.4

1.2

1.3

1.4

1.0

1.1

2.2

2.6

1.9

1.7

1.5

1.6

12

7.2

46.6
5.0

47.3
5.1

2l3
.6

2.3

49.0
5.3
.7
2.3

49.4
5.5
.8
2.3

50.6
5.5
.8
2.3

52.1
5.6
.8
2.4

.1

-.5

-.4

-.5

-.8

1




9.2
1.6
38.7
3.7
8.6

52.5
5.7
.8
2.5

53.1
5.7
.8
2.6

54.1
5-6
.8
2.6

55.0
5.8
.8
2.7

56.9
5.9
.8
2.8

.4

1.0

1.2

1.5

.8

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES
Table 3.5.—Federal Government Receipts and Expenditures[Billions of dollars]

Lino

3
4
5

10
11
12
13
14
15
16

7
8
g
10
11
12
13
14
15
16

I

II

HI

IV

9.9

14.4

9.4

10.0

9.5

12.2

8.3

9.6

M

4.3
2.6
1.9
1.2

3.7
3.0
2.1
1.0

8.6
2.7
1.9
1.2

3.3
2.9
1.9
1.2

3.8
3.1
2.1
1.2

3.2
3.1
2.1
1.0

6.6
2.5
1.9
1.3

2.7
2.3
2.0
1.3

3.3
2.5
2.1
1.2

3.1
2.5
2.1
1.1

7.8

7.4

7.4

8.3

8.9

10.3

10.1

10.2

10.4

1M

3.8
2.7
1.1

4.2
2.7
1.5

5.5
3.0
2.5

4.9
3.3
1.6

4.7
3.4
1.3

5.1
3.3
1.8

5.5
3.2
2.2

2.8
1.9
.8

2.9
1.8
1.2

2.9
1.9
1.0

3.5
2.2
1.3

3.7
2.2
1.5

3.4
2.1
1.3

3.3
2.2
1.0

3.0
1.9
1.9
1.4

3.9
2.5
2.0
1.3

3.3
3.0
2.1
1.3

8.2
2.6
1.9
1.5

9.8

7.3

7.6

7.0

7.6

5.7
5.5

National defense
Other
To persons
To foreigners (net)
Grants-ln-ald to Stato and local governments.
Subsidies less current surplus of government enterprises.
Surplus or deficit (—), national Income and product accounts.

4.7
4.3
5

3.2
2.3
9

3.7
2.7
1.0

2.9
2.2
.6

3.3
2.3
1.0

3.1
2.1
1.0

3.3
2.5
.8

3.0
2.4
.6

3.3
2.6

3.1
2.4

2.6
2.2

2.4
2.0

2.6
2.1
5

2.5
2.0
5

3.2
2.6
.5

2.5
2.1
.4

2.8
2.0
.8

4

.5

.5

.4

.4

.5

.6

.5

.5

.6

.6

1.1
.1

1.1
.2

1.1
.2

1.1
.2

1.1
.2

1.1
.2

1.1
.1

1.1

7.0

1.1

1.1

-*8

2.1

-1.9

-.8

-u

1.0
.6

1.0

1.1
.1

1.0
.1

1.0
.2

1.0
.3

1.0
.1

1.0
.1

.7

-1.6

2.4

2.0

7.1

1.7

2.2

2.4

Personal tax and nontax receipts ... * .«
Poroomte profits tax accruals
. ....
Indirect business tax and nontai accruals.
Contributions for social Insurance
Expenditures

.. . . . . .

......

Purchases of Roods and services
National defense
Other
...

To forripQprs fncti

Grants-in-oid to Stato and local govern*
ments.
Net Interest paid
Subsidies less current surplus of government enterprises.
Surplus or deficit (—). national
Income and product accounts.

18.8

20.7

18.2

20.0

22.3

21.3

1959

1958

1957

1956

To persons

IV

10.0

7.1
1.3
1.8
1.5

19.9

6

III

9.3
3.5
2.5
1.8
1.4

Lino

2
3
4
5

II

I

IV

III

10.9

Indirect business tax and nontax accruals.

0
7
8
9

II

1949

14.1

9.6

9.7

8.1

11.6

1

I

IV

III

II

I

1948

1947

1946

18.0

19.4

20.5

19.6

19.1

21.7

24.9

22.2

20.9

8.4
5.4
3.1
2.3

9.6
5.2
2.9
4.0

11.0
6.3
3.2
4.5

10.1
5.5
3.1
3.5

9.2
5.5
3.4
2.8

24.0

22.2

22.4

22.5

24.0

13.1
11.0
2.1

14.1
12.0
2.2

9.3
5.1
2.6
2.9

9.4
5.4
2.8
3.2

8.7
4.9
2.8
2.4

7.8
5.3
3.1
2.1

9.9
5.2
2.8
3.4

10.4
5.2
3.0
3.7

9.2
5.0
3.0
2.8

8.0
4.8
3.0
2.2

9.5
3.9
2.7
3.4

9.7
4.1
2.9
3.8

9.2
4.7
2.8
2.9

16.9

18.0

17.3

19.6

19.1

19.9

19.8

20.8

20.7

21.8

22.4

10.6
9.3
1.4

11.5
10.6
.9

10.8
9.5
1.3

12.7
11.0
1.7

12.1
10.6
1.5

12.1
11.4
.7

12.1
10.8
1.3

13.2
11.4
1.8

12.4
10.8
1.6

13.0
11.8
1.2

13.3
11.1
2.1

14.9
12.2
2.8

13.1
11.3
1.9

13.4
11.8
1.5

3.8
3.3

3.7
3.3
4

3.9
3.4

4.2
3.7
4

4.6
4.0
5

4.2
3.8
.4

4.6
4.1
,4

5.2
4.8
,4

5.6
5.1
.5

5.3
4.9
,4

5.2
4.8
.5

5.6
5.1
.5

5.5
5.0
.4

5.2
4.8

5.6
6.1

4

3.9
3.4
5

.7

.8

.9

.9

.9

.9

1.2

1.2

1.1

1.2

1.5

1.8

1.5

1.5

2.1

1.8

1.3
5

1.3
5

1.3
.6

.8

5

.9

9

3

.6

.7

.9

.5

.5

3.0

2.7

1.4

-1.4

2.2

2,4

.2

-2.8

-1.2

-1.3

-2.8

-4.8

-.4

1.7

-.4

2.6
^——

—ii

-3.0

— •

Table 3.6.—State and Local Government Receipts and Expenditures:
[Billions of dollars]
1946

Line

1947

III
Receipts.
Personal tax and nontax receipts
Corporate profits tax accruals...
Indirect business tax and nontax accruals,
Contributions for social insurance
Federal grants-ln-ald
„.
Expenditnres.

II

IV

1949

1948

III

IV

3.0

3.1

3.3

3.5

3.6

3.8

3.9

4.1

.5
.1
2.2
.1
.2

.4
.1
2.3
.1
.2

.3
.1
2.4
.1
.3

.3
.2
2.5
.1
.4

.5
.1
2.4
.1
.4

.5
.1
2.6
.1
.4

.4
.1
2.7
.1
.5

.4
.2
2.9
.2
.5

II
4.2

.2
2.8
.2
.4

III
4.5

4.6

4.7

4.8

4.9

.2
3.0
.2
.4

.5
.2
3.1
.2
.5

.5
.2
3,2
.2
.6

.7
.2
3.1
.2
.5

.7
.1
3.3
.2
.5

.6
.2

2.4

2.6

3.0

3.1

3.1

3.4

3.9

3.9

3.9

4.3

4.7

2.1
.4
.1
.2

2.3
.4
.1
.2

2.6
.5
.1
.2

2.7
.4
.1
.2

2.8
.5
.1
.2

3.0
.5
.1
.2

3.4
.6
.1
.2

3.4
.6
.1
.2

3.2
.8
.1
.2

3.7
.8
.1
.2

4.1
.7
.1
.2

Surplus or deficit (—), national
income and product accounts.

.6

Line

.3

.4

.5

1956
Receipts
Personal tax and nontax receipts
Corporate profits tax accruals
Indirect business tax and nontax accruals.
Contributions for social insurance...
Federal grants4n-ald
"
Expenditures.

.3

4.6

4.4

4.9

1

3.9
.7
.1
.2

4.4

4.8

.1
.2

,2

• 3

-.2

-.5

.2
.0

1957

1959

1958

8.3

8.7

8.8

8.9

9.2

9.6

9.6

9.8

9.8

10.3

10.5

11.1

10.9

11.1

12.0

1.2
.3
5.6
.5
.7

1.3
.3
5.9
.5
.8

1.1
.2
6.0
.5
.9

1.0
.3
6.2
.5

1.4
.3
6.1
.5
.9

1,5
.3
6.4
.6
.9

1.2
.3
6.5
.6
1.2

1.1
.2
6.6
.6
1.2

1.5
.2
6.4
.fi
1.1

1.6
.2
6.7
.6
1.2

1.3
.3
6.8
.6
1.5

1.2
.3
7.0
.6
1.8

1.6
.3

1.5
.3
7.2
.7
1.5

•:'.

9.7

10.9

11.8

11.5

7.9

8.9

9.6

9.2

8.8

9.9

10.6

10.3

7.3
.9
.1
.4

8.2
.9
.1
.4

8.9
.9
.1
.4

8.5
1.0
.1
,4

8.1
1.0
.4

9.1
1.0
.1
.4

9.9
1.1
.1
.5

9.5
1.1
.1
.4

8.9
1.1
.1
.4

10.1
1.1
.1
.4

10.9
1.1
.2
.4

10.6
1.2
.2
.4

Surplus or deficit (—), national income and product accounts.

.4

-.2

-.2

.4

-.3

-.9

-.5

.0

-.6

-1.3

-.5




'.6
5.4

Purchases of good3 and services
Transfer payments to persons
Net interest paid
Less: Current surplus of government enterprises.
12

IV

in

4.3

Purchases of goods and services
Transfer payments to persons
Net Interest paid
Loss: Current surplus of government
enterprises.

.5

ii

IV

6.8
1*.5
10.8
9.9
1.2
.2
.5
.1

11.8
10.9
1.2
.2
.5

11
i.j

7J

7.4

11
.

2.1

\l
11.
1.

12.4

u

-5

1.2
.2
.5
-.3

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES
Quarterly Totals Not Seasonally Adjusted, 1946-r65
[Billions of dollars]
1950
IV

III

II

I

1951
I

1952

II

III

IV

1953

1954

1956
Line

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

li.9

18.1

18.7

18.0

17.2

J

8.5
4.7
2A
2.4

8.0
5.2
2.7
2.8

7.9
5.2
2.7
2.3

7.0
f>.r>
2.8
l.fl

3
i
5

12.7

10.8

13.2

13.1

19.8

14.7

14.6

14.9

20.2

15.4

16.0

15.7

21.5

16.2

17.4

14.9

19.6

13.9

15.4

6.3
3.0
1.9
1.6

3.3
3.9
2.1
1.6

4.3
4.9
2.6
1.6

4.3
5.3
2.3
1.3

9.6
5.9
2.4
1.9

5.1
5.5
2.2
1.9

5.8
4.8
2.3
1.7

5.6
5.3
2.5
1.5

11.1
4.6
2.4
2.2

6.3
4.6
2.6
1.9

7.1
4.6
2.6
1.8

6.5
4.8
2.8
1.6

11.6
5.0
2.6
2.2

6.1
5.3
2.8
2.0

7.8
5.1
2.8
1.7

6.7
4.0
2.7
1.4

10.7
4.0
2.4
2.5

5.0
4.2
2.5
2.2

0.9
4.2
1.9

6.3
4.0
2.5
KG

12.0

9.4

8.8

10.6

11.7

13.6

15.5

16.9

16.2

17.4

18.4

19.1

18.8

19.6

18.3

20.3

18.0

17.7

16.4

17.7

16.7

16.5

17.0

17.9

G

4.7
3.1
1.6

3.7
3.0
.7

4.3
3.4
.9

5.7
4.6
1.1

6.7
6.0
.7

8.4
7.7
.7

10.7
9.4
1 3

11.9
10.5
1 4

11.6
10.4

12.5
11.5
1 0

13.4
11.5

14.3
12.5

13.5
11.6
1.9

15.2
12.2
3.0

10.8
1.8

12.0
11.0
1.0

10.9
9.2
1.0

11.0
10.2
1.8

10. G
9.4
1.3

10,4

1 Q

14.5
12.7

12. G

i ft

13.9
12.1

11.9
9.0
2.3

K

.5

11.1
0.7
1.4

5.4
4.4
1.0

3.6
2.6
1.1

2.6
1.8
.7

2.8
2.0
.8

2.8
2.1
.8

3.0
2.1
.9

2.9
2.1
.7

2.9
2.2
.8

2.6
2.1
.4

2.8
2.1
.7

2.8
2.3
.6

2.7
2.3
.4

2.7
2.3
.4

2.9
2.4
,5

3.2
2.8
.4

3.3
2.9
.4

3.2
2.8
,4

3.5
3.0
5

3.8
3.2

3.7
3.2

3.4
3.0

3.0
3.1

10
11

1

Q

2.9
2.4
.5

2.9
2.3
.6

u

.6

.6

•6

.6

.6

.6

.6

.7

.6

.6

.7

.7

5

8

7

g

7

7

1.1
.3

1.1
.4

1.1
.2

1.1
.3

1.2
A

.8

13

1.2
.5

1.2
.2

1.2
.2

1.2
.3

1.2
.3

1.2
.2

1.2
.2

1.2
.2

-1.2
.2

1.2
.2

1.2
.1

1.2
.2

1.3
.5

1.3
.3

1.2
.2

1.2
.3

1.2
.5

1.2
.3

1.3
.4

M
15

.7

1.4

4.4

2.6

8.2

1.0

•*• 9

3.9

-2.0

-2.4

-3.4

2.7

-3.4

-.9

-5.4

1.6

-3.8

-1,0

-2.7

1.4

2.2

1.1

-.7

1
G

1960

-2.0

1961

1962

1963

1964

19G5

Line

24.3

27.4

23.4

21.4

22.9

27.6

24.1

23.6

25.7

30.8

25.7

24.3

27.6

32.6

27.7

26.6

28.2

33.1

27.8

26.1

30.2

36.6

30.2

28.0

1

10.5
5.6
3.2
5.1

12.7
5.7
3.6
5.4

10.8
5.2
3.2
4.1

9.7
5.2
3.5
3.1

10.0
4.6
3.0
5.3

13.1
5.3
3.6
5.6

11.2
5.5
3.3
4.1

10.4
6.3
3.7
3.2

11.0
5.2
3.3
6.2

14.7
5.8
3.8
6.4

12.0
5.7
3.5
4.5

10.9
6.1
3.9
3.4

11.8
5.4
3.5
7.0

14.9
6.4
4.1
7.1

12.9
6.1
3.6
5.1

11.8
6.8
4.1
3.9

11.4
6.0
3.5
7.3

14.6
6.8
4.3
7.3

12.0
6.6
3.9
6.3

10.7
7.0
4.4
4.0

11.8
6.7
4.2
7.6

1G.9
7.5
4.4
7.7

13.5
7.0
4.2
5.4

12.0
7.9
4.0
4.0

2
3
4
5

22.3

22.5

23.7

24.5

24.5

25.3

25.1

27.2

26.8

27.2

26.9

29.3

27.9

27.3

28.9

29.7

28.9

29.4

29.8

30.1

28.8

29.6

31.8

33.1

G

12.7
10.9
1.8

12.8
11.1
1.7

13.8
11.2
2.6

14.2
11.7
2.5

13.5
11.6
1.9

14.0
12.1
1.9

14.1
11.4
2.7

15.8
12.7
3.1

15.2
12.7
2.5

15.9
13.8
2.1

15.3
12.0
3.3

17.1
13.1
3.9

15.7
12.4
3.3

15.4
12.9
2.5

16.0
12.5
3.5

17.1
12.9
4.2

15.9
12.2
3.6

16.6
13.3
3.4

16.8
12.1
3.7

16.8
12.3
4.5

15.4
11.7
3.7

16.2
12.0
3.6

10.2
12.0
4.2

19.0
13.8
5.2

8
9

5.8
5.4
.4

5.8
5.3
.5

5.8
5.3
.5

6.0
5.5

7.0
6.4

6.9
6.3

6.6
6.1

6.6
6.1

7.?
6.6

6.9
6.3

6.7
6.2

7.0
6.4

7.6
7.1

7.2
6.7

7.1
6.5

7.2
6.6

7.8
7.2

7.5
6.9

7.3
6.8

7.3
6.8

8.0
7.4

7.8
7.2

8.0
8.0

8.1
7.6

10
11

1.4

1.5

1.9

1.7

1.6

1.7

2.0

1.9

1.8

1.8

2.2

2.2

2.0

2.0

2.6

2.6

2.3

2.4

3.0

2.8

2.4

2.8

3.1

3.0

13

1.8
.6

1.8

1.8
.8

1.8
.9

1.9
1.2

1.9

1.9
.8

2.0
1.3

2.0
.8

2.1

2.0

2.1

2.1

2.2

2.2

2.2
1.7

2.2
.8

14
15

3.6

-1.2

-5.1

-.2

5.3

-1.3

-3,1

-.7

3.7

-2.0

-4.0

1.4

7.0

-1.6

-5.1

16

III

IV

1.1
2.0

4.9

—

-.4

-3.1

-1.6

.8

1.2

1.7
1.0

2.3

-1.0

-3.6

-1.1

•

Quarterly Totals Not Seasonally Adjusted, 1946-65
(Billions of dollars]
1960

n

I

HI

IV

I

n

III

IV

I

II

1955

1964

1953

1952

1951

Lino
III

IV

II

I

III

IV

11

I

III

IV

II

I

5.1

5.2

5.4

5.5

5.7

5.8

5.8

6.0

6.1

6.2

6.4

6.5

6.4

7.0

6.8

7.0

7.0

7.2

7.2

7.4

7.4

7.8

8.0

5.2

1

.8

.6
.2
3.7
.2
.6

.6
.2
3.8

.8
.2
3.9
.3
.6

.9
.2
4.1
.3
.6

.8
.2
4.3
.3
.6

.7
.2
4.4
.3
.7

.7
.2
4.5
.3
.7

.7
.2
4.8

.8
.2
4.9

1.0
.2
4.7

1.0
.2
19

.9
.2
5.0

.8
.2
5.1

1.1
.2
5.0

1.2

'.2
4.0
.3
.6

.6
.2
4.2
.3
.7

1.0
.2
4.6

.9
.2
5.5

!e

.8
.2
3.8
.3
.6

.9
.2
4.4

.6

.6
.2
3.6
.2
.6

.5

.8

.7

.8

.7

.7

.8

.8

.7

.7

.9

.9
,3
5.7
.5
.8

2
3
4
5
6

5.1

5.7

5.9

5.7

5.4

5.9

6.3

6.1

5.7

6.4

6.7

6.4

6.2

6.7

7.2

6.9

6.6

7.4

8.1

7.7

7.4

8.2

8.7

8.3

7

4.4
.9

4.8
1.0
.1
.2

5.2
.8
.1
.2

5.1
.8

4.8
.8
.1
.2

5.4
.8
.1
.3

5.8
.7

5.5
.7
.1
.3

6.2
.8
.1
.3

5.8
.8

6.1
.8
.1
.3

5.8
.8
.1
.3

5.6
.8
.1
.3

6.1
.8
.1
.3

6.6
.9
.1
.3

6.3
.8
.1
.3

6.0
.8
.1
.3

6.8
.9
.1
.3

7.5
.9
.1
.3

7.0
.9
.1
.4

6.8
.9
.1
.4

7.6
.9
.1
.4

8.1
.9
.1
.4

7.7
.9
.1
.4

8
9
10
11

-.3

.1

.3

.3

.0

.3

-.2

-.3

.0

-.8

-.1

12

il
.2

'.2
.0

-.5

!2
-.2

.3

.3

-.2

1960

-.5

-.1

.4

^3
-.2

-.9

-.4

1964

1963

1962

1961

-.4

5.3

Line

1965

11.9

12.6

12.6

12,8

12.7

13.4

13.6

13.9

13.3

14.7

13.4

17.1

14.5

15.8

14.6

18.5

16.0

17.1

16.4

20.1

17.1

18.7

17.6

21.9

1.9

r:|

2.0
.3
7.9

1.6

U

L5

.8
1.9

1.7
.3
8.3
.8
1.7

1.9
.3
8.0
.8
1.6

2.2
.3
8.4
.8
1.7

1.7
.3
8.6
.8
1.9

1.8
.4
9.0
.8
2.0

2.2
.3
8.1
.8
1.8

2.7
.4
9.0
.9
1.8

1.9
.4
8.1
.9
2.2

2.0
.4
11.7
.9
2.2

2.5
.4
8.8
.9
2.0

2.8
.4
9.6
.9
2.0

2.0
.4
8.7
1.0
2.6

2.2
.5
12.3
1.0
2.6

2.9
,4
9.4
1.0
2.3

3.1
.5
10.1
1.0
2.4

2.3
.5
9.6
1.0
3.0

2.5
.5
13.2
1.1
2.8

3.0
.5
10.1
1.1
2.4

3.4
.5
10.9
1.1
2.8

2.6
.5
10.3
1.1
3.1

2.8
.6
14.4
1.1
3.0

».3

12.4

13.1

12.8

12.4

13.3

14.2

14.2

13.3

15.1

15.0

14.1

15.5

16.5

16.0

15.3

17.1

18.1

17,4

16.7

18.4

19.6

19.0

7

16.0
1.6
.2
.7

17.1
1.6
.2
.8

16.3
1.7
.2
.8

15.6
1.7

is

17.4
1.7
.1
.8

18.6
1.7
.1
.8

17.9
1.8
.1
.8

8
9
10
11

.0

-1.7

2.7

.4

.3

-2.0

2.9

12

8.?

10.4
1.3
.2
.5

11.5
1.3
.2
.6

12,3
1.3
.2
.6

12.0
1.3
.2
.6

.6

.2

-.5

-.1




11.4
1.3
.2
.6

12.3
1.4
.2
.6

.3

.1

13.3
1.4
.2
.6

13.2
1.4
.2
.6

-.7

-.2

R2

12.3
1.4
.2
.6

13.2
1.4
.2
.6

14.2
1.4
.2
.7

14.0
1.4
.2
.7

13.1
1.5
.2
.7

14.5
1.5
.2
.7

15.6
1.5
.2
.7

15.0
1.5
.2
.7

14.3
1.6
.2
.7

.0

.6

-1.7

2.1

.4

.3

-1.9

2.5

.7

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1
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3
4
5
6

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

58

Table 3.7.—Social Insurance
[Millions of dollars]
1929 | 1930 | 1931 | 1932 | 1933 | 1934 | 1935 | 1936 I 1937 1938

Lino

1939

1940

1941 1942 1943

14
94

Federal

124
96
28

144

140

146

162

428

1,727

1,828

2,001

2,167

2,687

3,385

4,460 5,182

123
96
27
27

125
95
30
30

115

121
92
29
26
3
25

136
92
44
37
7
26

391
104
287
47
240
37

1,573
480
1,093
66
1,027
154

1,734
458
1,276
79
1,197
94

1,879
491
1,388
86
1,302
122

2,015
546
1,469
95
1,374
152

2,504
685
1,818
104
1,714
183

3,161
1,044
2,117

4,181 4,817
1,706 2,092
2,475 2,725

100

147

275

744

856

982

94
3

124
95
29
29

Contributions for social insurance
.Personal contributions
Employer contributions
Government and povernment enterprises..
Private
__
Investment Income

150

149

97

145

Receipts...

95
52

142
133

606
138

160

835
147

707
186

58

49

281

1,452

1,145

1,185

1,794

Expenditures..

Benefit payments
—
Transfers to general government.
101

Surplus or deficit

99

89

72

1,084

138
174
447
1,979 2,301 2,278
224
279
365
919

750

747
172

212

182

2,466 3,710

State and local
135

Contributions for social insurance
Personal contributions
Employer contributions.
Government and government enterprises..
Private
Investment income

148

160

177

m

214

232

246

270

291

310

326

346

376

409

119
47
72
72

Receipts

129
51
78
78

139
55
84
84

153
57
96

170

183
65
118
118

197
70
127
127

207
76
131
131

227
86
141
141

243

257
105
152
152

267
112
155
155

280
115
165
165

307
122
185
185

335
133
202
202

147
147

74

28

Surplus or deficit...

81

62

35

43

48

53

59

66

121

129

139

146

154

160

166

178

198

217

110
2

Ucneflt payments
Transfers to general government..

31

112

Expenditures..

22

107
107

119

127
2

137
2

144
2

151
3

157
3

163
3

175

2

194
4

213
4

86

93

103

107

124

137

150

160

178

192

Table 3.8.— Contributions for Social
[Millions of dollars]
Lino
1
o

1929

1932

1933

1934

1935

253

262

278

285

304

333

101

106

111

126

133

147

171

28

27

30

26

29

44

3

. ~^

1931

243

Total contributions for social Insurance
Employer contributions.

1930

7

159
81

1936

1937

1938

1939

1940

1941

1942

1943

1944

598

1,800

1,977

2,136

2,282

2,784

3,468

4,516

5.173

418

1,234

1,423

1,540

1,624

1,983

2,302

2,677

2.937

287

1,093
288
588
89
62

1,276
261
780
102
54

1.469
329
813
98
67
67
93
2

1,818
419
1,011
124
80
80
102
2

2,117
532
1,089
161
98
99
109
29

2,475 2,725
64S
625
1,246 1,177
184
183
140
129
129
118
192
147
255
27

3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

Federal social insurance funds
Old-age and survivors Insurance
State unemployment insurance
__
Federal unemployment tax
Railroad retirement insurance
Railroad unemployment Insurance
...
Federal civilian employee retirement systems
Veterans life insurance (Government)..

29

21
8

21
7

22
5

22
8

22
4

22
4

32
5

45
2

63
3

77
2

1,388
291
815
105
58
33
84
2

11
12
13

State and local social insurance funds
State and local employee retirement systems
Cash sickness compensation funds

72
72

78
78

84
84

96
96

107
107

118
118

127
127

131
131

141
141

147
147

152
152

155
155

165
165

185
185

202
202

212
212

142

147

151

152

152

157

162

180

566

554

596

658

801

1,166

1,839

2.235

1,706
625

14
15
1G
17
IS
19
20
21
22
23
24

Personal contributions

Federal social insurance funds
Old-age and survivors insurance

95

96

96

95

89

92

92

104

480
288

453
261

491
291

546
329

686
419

1,044
532

9
------

44
54
39
60

41
58
42
59

44
67
50
66

56

61

32
62
37
61

SO
66
65

74
98
159
181

88
129
257
607

76
76

86
86

96
96

105
105

112
112

115
115

122
120
2

133
128
5

OASI self-employed..

Railroad retirement insurance
Federal civilian employee retirement systems" V.
\ eterans life insurance (Government)

""~29~ ""*30" "~~31~
66
66
65

State and local social Insurance funds
State and local employee retirement systems .
Cash sickness compensation funds
.

47
47

51
51

55
55

"""32* "~~~30~
63
59
57
57

63
63

""36"
62

""32"
60

65
65

70
70

*S
""90"
140
282
932
144
139

Table 3.9.-GovemmentTra»* fer
[Millions of dollarsl
Lino

1929

1930

1931

1932

1933

1934

909

999

2,065

1,433

1,457

1,553

691

735

1,716

931

51

60

72

]

Benefits from social insurance funds
Old-ape and survivors insurance benefits
Stato unemployment insurance benefits
Railroad retirement insurance benefits
Railroad unemployment insurance benefits..
Federal civilian pensions
Veterans life insurance..
Direct relief
Military pension, disability, and retirement payments.
Other veterans benefits.
Other

Special types of public assistance,.
General assistance-.
Otlipr.,




1944

1938 I 1939 I 1940

1941

1942

2,926

1,851

2,405

2,512

2,683

2,611

2,648 2,459 3.0S2

828

1,196

1,240

1,421

142
C06
10
1
393
2
98
40
""63" ' " " 6 5
36
40

14
429
110
6

835
35
518
118
16
73
75

134

23
446
59
62

22
462
36
24

63
476
28
19

1,209

1,272

1,262

600
82

634

2,064

94

93

95

34

S t a t e and local government.

Benefits from social insurance funds,,
Government pensions.
Cash sickness compensation
Direct relief

1943

1936 I 1937

1,023

Total government transfer payments to persons
Federal Government...

1935

~"

144
144
"787
397
390
92

151
151

""SB*
509
456
93

157
157

163
163

1*024'
566
458
91

T613
630
383
86

1,419

1,239

707
88
344
124
14
78
59

747
130
344
12S
6
83
56

538
165
80
132

137
474
19

108
476
10
78

1,841

1,242
175
175

93
67

195

1,2*1

1,229
194
. 194

'""985" " " 9 5 6
718
778
267
178
82
79

242
295

213
210
3
929
818
111
78

223
215
5
939
S50
S3
79

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PEODUOT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES
Funds: Annually, 1929-65
[Millions of dollars]
1948

1949

1950

1951

1952

1953

1946

1947

6,246

6,101

5,775

5,267

5,790

6,791

7,972

8,386

5,754
2,174
3,580
1,495
2,085
492

5,493
1.773
3,720
1,654
2,066
608

5,108
1,833
3,275
840
2,435
667

4,511
1,829
2,682
342
2,340
756

4,937
1,856
3,081
732
2,349
853

5,907
2,448
3,459
396
3,063
884

7,085
2,904
4,181
497
3,684
887

7,378
3,181
4,197
506
3,691
1,008

1945

1954

1955

1956

8,485

9,305

10,525

11,841

13,592

13,651

16,162

7,369
3,305
4,064
305
3,759
1,116

8,112
3,874
4.238
160
4,078
1,193

9,327 10,569
4,418
4,917
4,909
5,652
378
633
4,531
5,019
1,198 : 1,272

12,242
5,707
0,535
1,011
5,524
1,350

12,355
5,759
6,596
1,227
5,309
1,326

14,813
0,724
8,119
1,309
0,810
1,319

1957

1958

1959

19G0

1901

19G2

19,036

19,G6i

21,953

24,603

25,511

2G.5C0

17.607
8,020
9,647
1,569
8,078
I,3G9

18,235
8,275
9.9G0
l,.r)99
8,361
1,429

20, .120
8,871
11,049
1,742
y, 907
1,438

23,091
10,234
12,857
1,991
10, SCO
1,512

23, HfiS
10,792
13,076
2,177
10,K9'J
1,010

21,754
11,272
13,482
2,272
11,210
1,800

19G3

1004

10V,

Line

I
3
4

h

1,518

2,592

2,237

2,401

3,718

6,438

4,740

5,103

5,959

7,799

8,517

9,427

11,614

15,32*

15,905

17,315

20,062

21,111

22,280

22,789

21,739

8

1,322
190

2,348
244

2,123
114

2,226
175

3,492
226

6,100
338

4,352
388

4,800
303

5.612
347

7,480
319

8,0G2
455

8,952
475

11,195
419

14,750
574

15,273
032

lfl,f>G9
076

19,831
831

20,244
897

21,3M

925

21,814
975

23,000
1,079

0
10

4,728

3,509

3,538

2,866

2,072

353

3,232

3,2S3

2,526

2,506

2,008

2,414

1,978

-1,643

257

1.C91

-998

817

2,323

2,725

1,821

11

466

574

666

810

922

1,105

1,333

1,530

1,684

1,941

2,095

2,348

2,643

2,934

3,271

3,654

3,906

4,318

4,783

5,307

5,835

12

384
159
225
225

488
238
250
250

575
285
290
290
91

963
446
517
510
7
142

1,165
538
627
625
2
168

1,331
612
719
715
4
199

1,474
680
794
790
4
210

1.693
749
944
940
4
248

1,808
818
990
985
5
287

2,261
985
1,276
1,270
6
382

2,478
1,102
1,376
1,370
G
45G

2,729
1,198
1,531
l t 525
G
542

3,005
1,272
1,733
1,725
8
049

3,200
1,354
1,852
1,845
7
760

3,474
l,46fi
2,008
2,000
8
874

3,777
1,589
2,188
2,180
8
1,000

4,101
1,752
2,349
2,340
9
1,200

4,460
1,010
2,520
2,510
10
1,375

13
14
i,r

86

800
378
422
420
2
122

2,017
903
1,114
1,110

82

709
349
360
360
0
101

331

17
IK

245

266

304

337

372

440

528

604

6SG

767

840

964

1,103

1,2*3

1,365

1,508

1,075

1,832

2,011

2,216

2,403

19

240
5

260
6

297
7

326
11

356
16

423
17

511
17

588
16

669
17

750
17

823
17

946
18

1,079
24

1,209
34

1,321
44

1,460
42

1,038
37

1,800
32

1,979
32

2,181
35

2,300
37

20
21

221

308

362

473

550

665

805

926

998

1,174

1,255

1,384

1,540

1,691

1,906

2,146

2,291

2,516

2,772

3,091

3,432

22

Line

Insurance: Annually, 1929-65

[Millions of dollars]

1945

1946

1947

1943

1949

1950

1951

1952

1953

1954

1955

1956

1957

1958

1959

1960

1061

19G2

1903

1061

1065

5,737

6,870

8,250

8,709

8,843

9,805

11,135

12,586

14,503

14,833

17,572

20,672

21,411

23,994

26,863

27,969

29,211

1

4,858

5,182

5,899

6,766

7,811

7,972

9,650

11,380

11,812

13,657

15,015

15,425

16,002

2

6,138

5,981

5,683

5,220

3,805

3,970

3,565

3,042

3,503

3,976

4,808

4,916

3,580
630
1,011
174
140
130
227
1,268

3,720
687
893
184
163
139
241
1,413

3,275

2,682

780

212
271
143
241
599

839
965
228
283
25
244
93

3,081

277
23
273
459

3,459
1,308
1,217
232
282
24
316
30

4,181
1,660
1,465
263
307
26
316
144

4,197
1,776
1,350
263
319
25
326
133

4,064
1,882
1,288
293
312
25
188
71

4,238
2,458
1,081
289
294
24
42
50

4,909
2,825
1,221
304
308
25
144
82

5,652
3,043
1,475
326
316
76
393
23

6,535
3,673
1,507
337
304
97
599
18

6,596
3,657
1,503
326
265
106
726
13

8,119
4,569
2,024
344
286
150
734
12

9,647
5,G50
2,300
358
297
165
8GG
11

9,960
5,716
2,404
475
275
153
868
0

11,049
0,242
2,997
999
289
160
954
8

12,857
7,496
3,034
838
2S7
156
1,038
3

13, 076
7,863
3,059
542
305
153
1,140
9

13,482
8,219
3,051
570
320
149
1,153
9

3
4
5
0
7
8
9
10

225
225

250

290
290

360
360

422
420
2

517
510
7

627
625
2

719
715
4

794
790

944
940

990
985

1,114
1,110
4

1,276
1,270

1,376
1,370
6

1,531
1,525
6

1,733
1,725
8

1,852
1,845

2,008
2,000
8

2,188
2,180
8

2,349
2,340
9

2,520
2,510
10

11

5

2,333

2,011

2,118

6,692

6,861

7,922

9,292

9,629

12,511

14

2,174
630

1,773
687

1,833
780

1,856
816

2,448
1,308

"79"
140
295
1,030

44
163
262
617

33
271
246
503

18
283
275
414

11
277
350
402

13
282
371
474

13
307
391
533

3,793
3,181
1,776
206
14
319
427
439

5,820

13,212

3,442
2,904
1,660

5,236

11,823

2,234

4,623

10,337

2,178
1,829
839

3,985
3,305
1,882
219
14
312
431
447

3,874
2,458
223
13
294
430
456

4,418
2,825
298
14
308
513
460

4,917
3,043
468
16
316
600
474

5,707
3,673
522
15
304
674
519

5,759
3,657
581
13
265
726
517

6,724
4,569
538
13
286
740
528

3,020
5,650
697
14
297
822
540

8,275
5,716
824
16
275
875
569

8,371
6,242
844
19
289
913
564

10,234
7,496
883
21
287
977
570

10,792
7,368
999
20
305
1,056
544

11,272
8,219
1,010
20
326
1,098
599

15
10
17
IS
19
20
21

159
155
4

238
190
48

285
230
55

349
280
69

378
330
48

446
395
51

538
490
48

612
560
52

680
625
55

749
690
59

818
755
63

903
835
68

9S5
915
70

1,102
1,025
77

1,193
1,110
83

1,272
1,170
102

1,354
1,245
109

1,466
1,330
136

1,589
1,410
179

1,752
1,545
207

1,940
1,710
230

22

1957

1953

1959

1900

1961

1962

1963

1964

1965

250

1,029

0

Pa

816

1,010

223

2,894

yments to Persons: Annually, 1929-65

13

24

[Millions of dollars]
Line

1946
5,633
4,310

1947

1948

1949

1950

1951

1952

1953

1954

1955

1956

10,848

11*080

10,538

11,626

14,294

11,535

11,992

12,766

14,948

16,065

17,118

19,873

24,104

24,911

26,609

30,421

31,232

32,939

31,211

37,137

12,412

13,361

15,718

19,528

20,086

21,520

24,948

25,538

26,961

27,770

30,254

11,195
7,321
1,755
739
93
647
640

14,750
8,478
3,864
792
227
737
652

15,273
10,175
2,465
899
223
852
659

16,669
11,130
2,782
1,005
157
934
661

19,831
12, 614
4,040
1,049
201
1.021
906

20,244
14,29S
2,921
1,091
132
1,120

21,355
15,245
2,823
1,118
99
1,260
810

21,814
16,018
2,561
1,146
78
1.3S3
625

23,660
18,067
2,198
1,137
G
O
1,518
630

8
9

5,130
120
700

5,550
75
969

10
11
12
13

9,182

8,827

7,619

8,727

10,816

8,531

8,779

9,454

11,508

1,322
273
446
146
2
183
272

2,348
378
1,095
159
40
343
328

2,123
463
775
213
39
281
352

2,226
552
790
283
28
220
353

3,492
664
1,730
320
103
242
433

6,100
954
1,367
337
60
273
3,109

4,352
1,872
837
345
20
288
990

4,800
2,177
992
476
42
328
785

5,612
2,979
954
515
46
396
722

7,480
3,633
2,015
578
157
412
685

8,062
4,915
1,369
620
93
453
612

8,952
5,652
1,400
674
70
554
602

240

1,693
4,929
212

2,187
4,188
329

2,309
2,718
366

2,415
2,449
371

2,491
1,826
399

2,444
1,376
359

2,576
1,103
300

2,763
815
264

2,904
932
192

3,137
1,027
186

3,243
973
193

3,433
880
210

3,718
789
271

3,912
S33
318

4,125
385
341

4,424
285
403

4,613
175
506

4,881
143
582

1*666

2,253

2,919

3,213

3,312

3,440

3,653

3,757

4,155

4,576

4,825

5,089

5,694

6,028

6,471

6,883

3,478

3,004

5,473

2,899

946
872
74
2,563
2,367
196
248

1,079
995
84
2,766
2,556
210
310

1,209
1,105
104
3,045
2.743
302
322

1,321
1,210
111
3,176
2,835
341
323

1,466
1,328
138
3,246
2,926
320
377

1,633
1,478
100
3,393
3,042
351
442

1,800
1,617
183
3,495
3,206
289

1,979
1,750
229
3,631
3,354
277
418

2,1S1
1,930
251
3,801
3,531
270
489

2,366
2,100
266
3,976
3,732
244
541

1.323

240
235
986
900

260
255
5
1,177
1,057
120
229

297
275
22
1,478
1,314
164
478




326
300
26
1,727
1,529
198
866

356
325
31
2,169
1,889
280
374

423
385
38
2,345
2,055
290
710

511
475
36
2,267
2,075
192
226

545
43
2,297
2,129
168

49
2,357
2,207
150

750
690
60
2,433
2,238
195
257

823
760
63
2,495
2,283
212
335

15
16
17
IS
19
20
21

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

60

Table 3.10.—Government Expenditures
[Millions of dollars]

State and local

Federal

Purchases
of goods
and
services

Lino
Total

51,779

15,606

71,045

Total

Subsidies
Grantsin-aid to less current
State and surplus of
governlocal govment
ernments
enterprises

Transfer
payments
and net
interest
paid

Purchases
of goods
and
services

Total

Transfer
payments
and net
interest
paid

Less:
Current
surplus of
government
enterprises

3,500

1,18

2,646

1,014

25,253

22,882

124

124

National defense

46,745

853

74

-110

Military services and foreign military assistanceAtomic energy development
Other
Space research and technology
_

43,713
1,814
1,218

42,955
1,761
1,212

853

15
53
6

-110

36
50

36
50
38

6,326

1,260

5,106

-51

2,477

1,607
1,430
97

-51

1,430
97
583
287
80

199

8,263

8,233

199

6,839
1,069
355

6,839
1,069
325

1,645

8,066

5,612

2,412

115

2,266
832

2,228
790

38

1,338

2,841

467

2,374

1,277

S.841

467

'2,374

24

1,935

1,935

24

24

993
611
331

611
331

232

40

192

192

192

162

14

General government

577
212
613
4,599
325

577
212
283
-140

..

2,380

292

Conduct of foreign affairs and informational activitiesForeign economic assistance and other transfers

292
2,088

292

General administration
_
General property and records management
Central personnel management and employment costs.
Net interest paid
Other....
International affairsand
14
15
16
17
18
19
20

finance

Elementary and secondary.
HiRhcr
Other

100

Public assistance and relief
Unemployment benefits
Old ago and retirement benefits
Other

1,279
1,034
2,716
132

Civilian safety.

29
30
31

131

Police
Fire
Correction-

32
33

Labor
Veterans benefits and serrices..

3,849

157

5,161

Social security and special welfare services-

352

431

Health and hospitals..
Sanitation

28

1
31

5,848

3,690

2
63

621
287

80

2,088

223

Health, labor, and welfare..

23

4,739
37

32

323

Education

21
22

24
25
26
27

908

2,653
3

61

4,997

1,203

3,678

116

34
35
36
37
33

Education, training, and other benefits..
Disability and pension allowances
Insurance
Hospitals and medical care
Administration and other services,.

787
2,231
797
913
269

27

650
2,231
797

110

39

Commerce, transportation, and housing...

1,954

756

33

33

1,132
532
43166

597
72
389
136

-63

20
4
16

40

Regulation of commerce and finance

41
42
43
44

Transportation

14
498

700

5,240

364

4,594
4,511
20
63

4,735
4,620
52
63

-91

475

587

-91

475

587
659
65
194
400

-68

Urban renewal and community facilities..
Public housing

364

47
-76
14

Housing and community development..-—.

-178

29

490
460

Transit
Electricity
Water and gas..
Postal services

20

Stabilization of farm prices and income
Financing farm ownership and utilities
Conservation of agricultural resources
Other services
Natural resources
Conservation and development of resources
Recreation

1,2*

-,

681
61
363
15

702

112

674

814

-

Agriculture and agricultural resources

141

112

Public utilities




14
6,374

-15

Highways
Water
Air

Other

IS

148

267

148

18
386

207

520

303

301

443
29
116
114

246
32
242

303

301

1,194

-47

618

617

-47

311
307

310
307

45

-1
1,20!

1,167
27

58

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

61

by Type of Function: Annually, 1952-54
[Millions of dollars]
1953

1954

Federal

Total

State and local

Subsidies
TransGrantsless
Purchases fer pay* in-aid to current
State
surplus
of goods ments
and net and local of govand
govern- ernment
services interest
paid
ments
enterprises

Federal

Total

Purchases
of goods
and
services

Transfer payments
and net
interest
paid

Less:
Current
surplus
of government
enterprises

3,637

1,220

Total

Perchases
of goods
and
services

Transfer payments
and net
interest
paid

State and local
Subsidies
Orantsless
in-aid to current
surplus
State
and local of gov*
govern- eminent
enterments
prises

Total

Purchases
of goods
and
services

Transfer payments
and net
Interest
paid

Less:
Current
surplus
of government
enterprise?

3,841

1,363

Line

76,989

57,034

16,290

2,834

831

27,028

24,611

69,728

47,377

18,293

2,913

1,145

29,89€

27,418

49,428

48,664

777

95

-108

139

139

41,974

41,198

770

104

-98

151

151

2

46,487
1,873
1,068

45,798
1,812
1,054

777

20
61
14

-108

44
53
42

44
53
42

38,837
1,939
1,193

38,140
1,877
1,181

770

25
62
17

-98

50
58
43

50
68
43

3
4
5

6,366

1,077

5,331

12

-54

2,691

1,708

45

6,420

996

5,455

22

-53

3,032

1,890

607
167
582
4,692
318

607
167
183
-166
286

1,505

1,505

1,679

766
325
95

108

45

524
147
97
-213
441

1,679

399
4,858
74

524
147
511
4,796
442

414
5,009
32

860
401
92

119

2,216

236

1,978

1,776

1

13

236
1,980

236

1,776

i

14
15

362

106

1

G

12

212

212
1,777
391

133

9,236

240

7,796
1,108
332

39

8,369

5,836

2,472

2,398
766

2,360
705

38

19

1
15

387

4,602

1,739

150

105

90

345
6,164

187

1,396
1,000
3,657
211

2
63
122

24

25

24

24

1,455

25

61

2,929
2,929

1,394
1,000
3,494
3

498
498

2,079

26
1,097

3,586

59

539
2,384
742
851
226

26

460
2,384
742

1,679

581

577

44

474
59
301
114

560
537
23

31

17

521

44

1,138
596
391
151

13

413

-61
13
-74

5,493

9
8

-56
U78
3,665
43
116
354
1.265
1.238
27

3,610
3,338
29
111
132
1.276
1,249
27




46

5
41

2,544

23

3,099

555

2,544

24
25
26
27

2

28

1
1

29
30
31

18

33

8,127

2,431

1,439
2,172
4,277
239

2
66
154

29

29

2,271

2,269

29

29

1,194
684
393

1,194
633
392

262

58

1

21

1,437

61

210
30

12

24

949
24

608
2,487
715

13

656
2,487
715
736
195

732
193

4
2

6,724

1,485

525

597

38

38

1,165
632
344
189

410
60
241
109

-92
16
108

93
93.

1,231

413

416

110

> 306

416

110

775

326

205

321

12

12
7,492

402

402

13

i rw
67

5,704
5,562
89
53

5,877
5,703
115
59

173
141
2G
6

41
42
43
44

8

12

-112

226

360

134

45

4
4

12

226

360

134 1

47

585
572

170

}

327
14
181

326

66

-77

629

66

-77

274
355

321
634
279
355

-8

323
182

5
5
5

1,367

39
40

-30

2,925

5

34
35
36
37
38

6,125

363

25
286
440

25

32

1,047
940
107

814

844

48

-23
-67
60
382

-180

55

18

18

751

48
268 - - - - 459

20
21
22

210

30

4,789

13

-55

21

204
3,810

306

522

555

2,431

-109

-71

3,099

1,498

597

15

38

6,386

90
14

23
-18
19

17

2,486
823

222

5,095
4,955
86
54

-------614

2.524
878

21

—61

4,930
4,828
53
49

-109

2,584

87

24

27

6,343

84

165
127
33
5

104

45

8,982

119

93
4
2

246

428

53

847
224

16
17
18
19

290

197

106

45

8,937
1,204
338

1,789

1,095
624
357

197

194

4,742

10,479

6,470

3

45

10,524

8,708

2,172
4,211
3

7
8
9
10
11
12

f 8,937
I 1,204
3S3

1

-61

786
401

45

246

11

256
135

1,187

92

9

2,076

1,095
626
358

12

-53

124

}

25

24

220

4,497

39

9,275
/ 7,796
I 1,108
371

87

22

212

240

102

(
I

1,989

2

} 260
6,753

703
325

95

2

1,978
16

-54

1,028

62
247
505

85
314
445

49
50
51

216

52

20

362

49

»57

-177

39

1,022

348

341

1,852
1,591
24
98
139
1,084
1,051
33

51

7

53
54
55
56
57
58

74
74

348

-111

704

710

6

59

-111

8
43

791
14
217

297
407

303
407

6

60
61

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

G2

Table 3.10.—Government Expenditures
[Millions of dollars]
1955
State and local

Federal
Line
Purchases
of goods
and
services

Total

Subsidies
Grantsin-aid to less current
State and surplus of
governlocal govment
ernments
enterprises

Transfer
payments
and net
interest
paid

Purchases
of goods
and
services

Total

Transfer
payments
and net
interest
paid

Less:
Current
surplus of
government
enterprises

4,122

1,565

Total

68,094

44,090

19,382

3,120

1,502

32,663

30,10$

National defense

39,362

38,557

787

102

-84

151

151

Military services and foreign military assistanceAtomic energy development
—
Other
-Space research and technology-

36,863
1,680
819

36,150
1,610
797

787

10
70
22

-84

54
65
32

54
65

6,575

1,100

5*418

20

37

3,303

2,015

558
155
653
4,748
461

558
155
193
-180

1,806

1,806

929
469
99

110

—

2,264

221

Conduct of foreign affairs and informational activities.
Foreign economic assistance and other transfers

221
2,043

221

398

137

General government
Ocneral administration
General property and records management
Central personnel management and employment costs..
Net Interest paid
Other
-.
-International affairs and

finance

Education

---

Elercentary and secondary
Higher
Other

455
4,928
35

20

2,042

2,042
10

11,818

11,775

10,074
1,347
397

10,074
1,347
354

43

9,495

6,794

2,652

2,672
938

2,638
889

34

Social security and special welfare services..
Public assistance and relief
Unemployment benefits
Old ago and retirement benefits..
Other
Civilian safety..
Police
Fire
_.
Correction.

1
9

251

127
366

7,073

1,838

127

73

8,679

154

7,000

1,468
1,462
5,624
125

2

29

Health and hospitals.
Sanitation

262
136
298

Health, labor, and welfare.

—

29

Labor

10

43

251

9,276

-

1,329

-1

1,526

3,201

587

2,614

1,466

3,201

587

2,614

29

2,462

2,458

29

1,302
727
433

1,302
725
431

1,462
5,535
3

60

270

56

214

222

222

5,027

955

4,052

20

104

12

756
2,678
644
765
184

13

13

760
182

730
2,678
644

Commerce, transportation, and housing..

1,476

277

Regulation of commerce and finance...

35

35

Transportation.
Highways
Water
Air

1,258
759
327
172

410
58
231
121

Housing and community development

-288

-200

42
-330

-205

Veterans benefits and services.
Education, training, and other benefits.
Disability a n d pension allowances
Insurance
_
Hospitals and medical caro
Administration and other services

12
750

713
701

135

8,191
410

6,144

6,358
6,220

6

°£9
4

63

-125

6S

220

-125

68

220

1,120

K

Transit...
Electricity
Water a n d gas.

-93
243

Postal services

_

80
272
768

Agriculture and agricultural resources.
Stabilization of farm prices a n d income.
Financing farm ownership and utilities,.
Conservation of agricultural resources...
Other services....
_

Conservation and development of resources..
Recreation
_

510

24

486

-39

Other




6,622
410

449

Public utilities.

Natural resources

92

92

151
1

Urban renewal and community facilities..
Public housing
_

92

8

-47

-151

83

2,909

1,624

1.225

364

358

2,348
36
310
215

1,323
24
110
167

364

358

807

853

-125

772
35

818
35

-125

328
478

332
478

60

1,025
12
188

1,565

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OP THE UNITED STATES

63

e

by Typ °f Function: Annually, 1955-57
[Millions of dollars]
1956

1957

Federal

State and local

Trans- GrantsPurchases fer pay- in-aid to
State
Total of goods ments
and net and local
and
services interest governpaid
ments

Subsidies
less
current
surplus
of government
enterprises

Federal

Total

Purchases
of goods
and
services

Transfer payments
and net
interest
paid

Less:
Current
surplus
of government
enterprises

4,264

1,691

Total

Purchases
of goods
and
services

State and local

Total

Purchases
of poods
and
services

Transfer payments
and net
interest
paid

Less:
Current
surplus
of government
enterprises

4,691

1,771

1,654

59

Subsidies

TransGrantsless
fer pay- in-aid to current
ments
State
surplus
and net and local of govinterest govern- ernment
paid
ments
enterprises

Line

71,866

45,586

20,502

3,331

2,447

35,567

32,994

79,568

49,538

23,187

4,209

2,634

39,508

36,585

41,113

40,330

735

123

-75

177

177

45,015

44,225

702

170

-82

206

206

38,661
1,804
648

37,982
1,722
626

735

19
82
22

-75

61
82
34

61
82
34

41,848
2,154
1,013

41,198
2,036
991

702

30
118
22

-82

60
104
36

66
104
36

7,187

1,361

5,862

23

-59

3,711

2,275

52

7,574

1,240

6,371

23

-60

4,268

2,673

642
189
977
5,233
246

542
189
421
-40
249

1,908

1,908

2,141

}
\

52

550
202
312
-12
188

2,141

556
5,273
33

550
202
961
5,682
179

649
5,694
28

350

1
1

2,147

242

1,868

37

.,2,076

300

1,775

242
1,905

242

300

37

300
1,776

379

129

10

240

12,953

12,900

453

177

10

266

14,047

13,980

} 253

1

240

10,934
1,544
422

12

o

266

9

f 10,934
I 1,644
475

} sso

126

12
117

53

173

165

8

/11,737
I 1,795
515

11,737
1,795
448

67

10,606

761

7,876

10,219

7,473

2,687

13,038

782

10,007

2,244

11,202

8,265

2,894

400

206

452

217

94

141

3,296
1,161

3,288
1,118

8

491

9,913

3,614

728

2,886

%.

3,614

728

2,886

2-

23

1,868

1,964

75

1,614

-59

5

119

7,801

1,166
507
130

237

1,488

981
507

130

53

-59

2,866
1,094

2,859
1,035

7

3,372

693

2,679

12,255

3,372

693

2,679

1,729
1,848

9,884

464

1,639
1,470
6,427
448

im
362

30

30

2,650

2,649

30

1,409
773
468

1,409
773
467

237

237

42

13

en

30

1

5

1,538
1,470
5

76

292

61

5,153

979

4,151

16

797
2,731
639
797
189

8

2,146

713

39

489
54
303
132

-6

95

f 22
I -28

7

6
89

7

13

626

7,133
455

129

6,688

91
38

78

-117
-117

23

}

23
136
38
-47
145

644

29

60

61

-1

64

1,293
47
594
235

~263
31
117
179
1,007

916
50

957
50




u

1,846

5

5

K

67

1
If
H

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2(
2

43

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2(
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23

2,879

2,879

1%

23

1,564
849
466

1,564
849
466

X.
3C
31

252

252

87

16

308

51

5,343

1,011

4,322

9

2,882

390

5

257
S

2

3:

33

71

34
3;
3C
21
3S

71

71

A7Q

819
193

6
2

2

16

16

2,682

1,696

813
189
810

1,319

553

8,194

9,946

522

522
7,859
7,C06
96
157

317
25G
30
31

41
4:
4C
4^3

152

it

152 1

4"

47

47

1,752

3£

4
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6,955
6,754
99
102

267
200
43
24

1,899
1,314
308
277

520
59
254
207

1,288
1,255
33

37

7,542
7,350
06
126

183

160

43

106

31

-94

46

193

40

9
97

31

94

} 46

198

264

1,315

1,051

45

54
26
184

119
423
773

65
397
589

4(

160

183

f

1

3

71
370
585

109
323
730

::::::::::

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-180
81

-517
31
117
186

17
64

52

2,356

439

431

8

1,413
15
928

439

431

8

91
-183

896
46
1,062
250

7

91

5(
51

5f

556

46

2,254

243

74
383

91

1,026

1,162

602
-169

119

761
2,882

455

232

5
C
5

71

2,034

15

1,556
16
462

390

383
944

2

1,133

1,176

98

1,065

1,068

3

5C

942

-141

-128

429
513

431
513

2

1,075
58

1,118
58

OS

-141

495
570

493
570

3

-128

G(
G

56

966

1,

1

1,727
1,848
8 060
5

29

615

2.169

2

23

8,829

16

1

1 in
349

1

13

807

16

59

1

1,775

fi7Q

6
2

18

1,115
539

182

23

1

29

29

791
773

1,406
539
182

1-

770

231

39

1,409
827
394
188

-60

478

5

8

791
180

781
2,731
639

23

87
87

7

5,
5(
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THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES
Table 3.10.—Government Expenditures
[Millions of dollars!

State and local

Federal
Lino
Purchases
of goods
and
services

Total

Subsidies
Grantsin-aid to less current
State and surplus of
govern*
local govment
ernments
enterprises

Transfer
payments
and net
interest
paid

Purchases
of goods
and
services

Total

Transfer
payments
and net
interest
paid

Less:
Current
surplus of
government
enterprises

5,180

1,767

88,870

53,594

26,935

5,641

2,700

43,977

40,564

—

46,725

45,902

712

201

-90

224

224

Military services and foreign military assistance.
Atomic energy development
Other

43,601
2,473

42,835
2,337
730

711
1

45
135
21

-90

65
124
35

65
124
35

1,072

6,374

23

-G4

4,761

2,945

2,338

2,338

23

1,6
604
211

HI

326

15,801

15,728

13,165
2,078
558

13,165
2,078
485

73
3,180

Total

-

National defense

-

751

Space research and technology.
General government

30

_

International affairs and

Conduct of foreign affairs and informational activities...
Foreign economic assistance and other transfers
Education

-

Elementary and secondary
Higher
.—.Other

-

—.

353

353
1,800

353
232

18

22
210

3
15

225

396

1,247
604

1,798
73

16,818

_.

12,243

9,010

232

142

180

3,583
1,214

3,574
1,161

451

13,368

2,045

4,002

831

1,898

4,002

831

3,171

3,156

3,156

39

1,702
916
538

1,702
916
538

138
311

Civilian safety..
Police
Fire
Correction.,

39

-

-53

3,171

2

39

Public assistance and relief
_
Unemployment benefits
_
Old ago and retirement benefits
Other

2,540

1,900
4,091

Social security and special welfare services.

13,510

15,868

Health and hospitalsSanitation.

764

554

Health, labor, and welfare..

Labor—

1,851

1,798

351

.

739
5,609
26

576

finance

616
292
130
-185
219

2,153

General administration
General property and records management—
Central personnel management and employment costs.
Nct interest paidOther

7,405
616
292
869
5,424
204

"-53

4,091
9,270

7

147

357

42

315

288

288

5,615

1,034

8

87

18

Education, training, and other benefits.
Disability and pension allowances......
Insurance
Hospitals and medical care
Administration and other services

739
3,104
691
893
18S

11
887
186

2

18

18

Commerce, transportation, and housing...

4,006

933

2,353

720

9,237

11,020

539

539

2,303
2,253

147
101
46

8,362
8,131
102
129

8,718
8,416
132
170

130

-111

126

276

10
120

"-In

126

276

361

1,411

112
83
166

134
521
756

Veterans benefits and senrices..

Regulation of commerce and finance

55

592
32
279
281

Housing and community development
Urban renewal and community facilities..
Public housing

60

151

1,03

Transit
Electricity
Water and gas.
Postal services

741

Stabilization of farm prices and income
Financing farm ownership and utilities
Conservation of agricultural resources
Other services
~

Conservation and development of resources
Recreation
„
_

,

99

4,219

Agriculture and agricultural resources

57

99

Other




1,783

1,

Public utilities..

Natural resources.

69
69

55

3,042
2,285
380
377

Transportation.
Highways
Water
Air

728
3,104

1,853

2,709
47
1,185
278

1,477
31
133
212

684
-151

76

2f278

447

440

1,232
16
1,030

88

447

440

1,323

1,371

102

-150

1,177

1,179

1,242
81

1,290
81

102

-150

538
639

540
639

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

65

by Type of Function: Annually, 1958-60
[Millions of dollars]
1959

I960

Federal

Total

State and local

Subsidies
Grantsless
TransPurchases fer pay- in-aid to current
State
surplus
of goods ments
and net and local of govand
services interest govern- ernment
ments
enterpaid
prises

Federal

Total

Purchases
of goods
and
services

Transfer payments
and net
interest
paid

Less:
Current
surplus
of government
enterprises

5,516

2,034

Total

Perchases
of goods
and
services

Transfer payments
and net
interest
paid

State and local
Subsidies
Grantsless
in-aid to current
State
surplus
and local of govgovern- ernment
ments
enterprises

Transfer payments
and net
interest
paid

Less:
Current
surplus
of ROVernment
enterprises

Line

Total

Purchases
of poods
and
services

5,788

2,242

1

90,988

53,659

28,368

6,827

2,134

46,828

43,346

93,016

53,531

30,479

6,521

2,485

49,636

46,090

46,904

46,049

723

223

-91

240

240

45,885

44,946

770

256

-87

278

278

43,731
2,579
594

43,051
2,415
583

722
1

49
163
11

-91

66
146
28

66
146
28

43,075
2,674
136

42,340
2,478
128

767
3

55
193
8

-87

69
175
34

C9
175
34

7,313

32

-68

5,274

3,245

8,049

34

-57

5,547

3,375

2,612

2,612

2,621

2,621

1,753
691
218

218

1,964
699
263

263

263

262

8,509

1,232

646
326
985
6,349
203

646
326
131
-84
213

854
6,433
26

2,228

376

1,849

376
1,852

376

642

231

} 410

1

1,465

22

981
323
1,092
6,843
252

981
323
149
-238
250

943
7,081
25

34

-57

2,233

348

1,882

1

2

13

353
1,880

348

4
1,878

1
2

14
15

-68

17,078

16,996

82

689

231

46

411

384

13,993
2,497
506

21
21
189

11

9,708

3,324

19,079

899

15,255

2,923

3,855
1,269

3,844
1,233

11

868

398

166

897

3,312

17,703

304

15,089

897

3,312

2,086
2,940
12,347
330

2
011
91

48

13,947

2,787

720

320

178

222

16,406

394

13,769

2,240

2,073
2,688
11,271
374

2
197
195

45

45

3

3

4,209

2,071
169

3

584
3,233
697
939
186
4,877
57
4,059
3,069
443
547
89
90

3.014
1,947
46
701
320
1,354
1,267
87

34

18,465

96

16

15,114
2,784
567

96

17
18
19

13,819

10,395

3,408

4,042
1,325

2

18,561

4,029
1,309

13

-16

20

— 16

21
22

4,417

1,023

3,394

23

4,417

1,023

3,394

24
25
2f)
27

48

3,699

3,693

1

28

1,968
1,044
686

i

48

1,968
1,045
686

29
30
31

336

336

87

16

2,308

2

2,084
~""2,"940*
12,136
13

224

2

309

325

1,123

4,509

5

579
3.233
697

933
185
1,153

8

-1

309

460

149

16

5,668

1,183

4,477

10

403
3,384
694
998
189

2

401
3,382
694

2

992
189

6
2

—2

16

16

4,844

1,550

2,658

636

9,355

11,550

63

63

578

578

419
331
40
48

3,678
2,525
517
636

971
63
403
505

2,523
2,462
61

114
70

8,773
8,509
80
184

9,222
8,867
123
232

449
358
43
48

294

179

193

204

135

-146

170

345

175

U

294

f
179 I

193
0

G
O
144

133
2

} 170

345

f
175 I

4C
4;

67

1,379

1,312

4£

102
-153
118

94
438
847

-8
591
729

4E
5(
51

-233

26

259

538

531

69

6
2
3,152

-1
572

16
9,351

817
53
328
436

3,073
3,016
57

169

in'

48

53

16
2,034

11,385

515

57

i

53

53

515

8,679
8,422
95
162

9,093
8,753
135
210

54

150

115

79
-140

11
139

79

-140

} 115

SO
5
170

„_,

94

1

7
8
9
10
11
12

1,809
958
658

255

578

3,425

1,507
699

34

1,809
959
658

62

5,639

-36

—3,426

45

387

22

491

2,206

15,114
2,784
C63

304

4,209

1

35

13,068

0

252
159

82

284
181
224

821

45

1,360
691

f13.993
\ 2,497
588

21
210

2,688
11,074
7

415

2,051

384

17,558

/

572

9,491

3

232

5

2

574
22

3

32

1 849
27

3
4
5

35

1,031
658
31
117
225
1,381
1,294
87




20
468
713

100
473
883

123

1,860

463

457

117
117

556
-144
-144

463
1,285
602
683

457
1,299
616
683

184

—146

6
14
14

33
34
35
36
37
38
2,195

231

944
461
32
201
250
1,393

130

1,279
114

130

1,364
1,250
114

2,149
1,536
17

41
42
43
44

5:

86

96

39
4C

598

81
231

1,997
49
807
336

6

32
71
71

71

------

3,189

235

22

1,289
28
95

::::::::::
679

-213

-2

1,201

1,456

543

94

311

51

7

5^

7

5*
»
t

too

Hi

-159

1,451

1,480

29

5

-159

724
727

753
727

29

6
6

5i

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATUS

G
6

Table 3.10.—Government Expenditures
[Millions of dollars]
1961
State and local

Federal

Lino

Subsidies
Grantsin-ald to less current
surplus of
State and
governlocal govment
ernments enterprises

Purchases
of goods
and
services

Transfer
payments
and net
interest
paid

102,08G

57,408

33,661

7,241

48,896

47,825

£6$

3
4

46,105
2,700
91

45,280
2,469
76

862
4

54
227
16

893

-

-

Military services and f-reiRn military assistance

-

Other

fi

890
1,421

7,666

9,067

7
8
U
10
11
12

14
15
Ifi
IS
19

I'duffttlon

-

.....

-.-

Flementiry and secondary
Higher
.--Other

20

Hralth, labor, nnd welfare

21

-

..

Health and hospitals..
Sanitation

26
2$
20
30
31
32
33
34
35
3(1
37
33
39

Follcc
Fire
Correction

1,258

62
20

2
20,522

20,408

1

16,583
3,135
804

16,583
3,135
690

114

3,339

2

14,867

11,257

3,566

4,310
1,330

4,295
1,286

15

4,813

1,263

3,550

4,813

1,263

3,550

1

42
18,131

114

1

368

476
517
3
286
228
51

4,038

4037

2,121
1,136
781
376

376

123

17

-a

2,121
1,135
781

186
17,944
4,244
13,662
38

2,591

2

2,348
243

1

380

1,290

4,844

10

1
1,056
233

305
3,589
950

1,734
69
1,099
68
421
610

2,731
2,670
61

292

154

292
-4

142
150

150
4

-1

I
7
2
2,885

it

2

51
214

288

106

106
17

841

17

10,114

-1

106

12,422

2,303

Public utilities

559

559

131
81

9,331
8,959
133
239

9,808
9,325
183
300

477
366
50
61

204

400

196

-158

204

400

196

258

_
_

Urban renewal and community facilities
Public housing

1,639

1,381

97
-103
264

117
493
1,029

-238

16

212

-158

Transit
Water and gas

~"

"

}

20
596
765

881

3,980

Natural resources
Conservation and development of resources
Recreation
•

,

,

.

630

103

3,247

627

620

7

2,734
50
S54
342

"

180

83
33
262
252

...

627

620* " "

7*

90

2,651
17
579

1,617

Stabilization of farm prices and income
I- inancing farm ownership and utilities
Conservation of agricultural resources..
Other service?

94

180

Agriculture and agricultural resources




30

265

262
184

446

4,042
2,738
552
752

Other

61

23
26
212

2,089

69

Postal services

.19

1,680
766

500

2

4

5,460

Housing and community development..

57
5S

261

4

3

306
3,590
950
1,063
234

Commerce, transportation, and housing _

45

.55

770

2,092

6,143

Education, training, and other benefits
Disability anil pension allowances
I ns urance
_
Hospitals and medical care
Administration and other services

Transportation
Highways
Water
Air...

M

30

3,603
2,838

2,150
766
265

-56

595

. _

Veterans benefits and services

53

2,446

6,019

-56

36

51

Labor

52

72
207
30

51

Civilian safety

41
42
43
44

49
50
51

72
207
30

-91

2,351
4,244
13,948
511

Regulation of commerce and finance

48

2,333

21,054

Public assistance, and relief
Unemployment benefits
Old ace and retirement benefits
Other...

40

46
47

6,239

309

1,030

-

Social security nnd specinl welfare services
24

432

22,730

~__

432

305
211
254

-

1,014
6,624
28

439
2,091

Conduct of foreign atTtilrs and informational activities
Foreign economic assistance nnd other transfers

918
391
102
—258
268

2,530

Other

13

50,217

309

3,776

2,838

918
391
1,116
0,366
276

Central personnel management nnd employment costs

Less:
Current
surplus of
government
enterprises

3
36

Transfer
payments
and net
interest
paid

54,123

2%

Total

Total

Purchases
of goods
and
services

Total

1,667

119

-169

1,542

1,581

1,491
126
—
•

1,541
126

-169

737
805

776
S05

787

119

254

391
39

•

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES
by Type of Function: Annually, 1961-63
[Millions of dollars)
1962

1903

Federal

Total

State and local

Subsidies
GrantsTransless
Purfer pay- in-aid to current
chases
State
ments
surplus
of goods and net and local of govand
interest govern- ernment
services
ments
paid
enterprises

Total

Purchases
of goods
and
services

Transfer payments
and net
interest
paid

6,515

Federal
Less:
Current
surplus
of government
enterprises

Total

State and local

Purchases
of goods
and
services

Transfer pay
nicntsand net
interest
paid

Orantsin-aid to
State
and local
Rovernincnts

Subsidies
loss
current
surplus
of KOVeminent
enterprises

Total

Purchases
of Eowls
ami
services

Trims*
for paymoms
and not
interest
paid

lyess:
Current
surplus
of government
enterprises

C, 802

2,b38

110,256

63,389

34,888

8,000

3,979

57,645

53,731

2,601 113,857

64,244

36,880

9,143

3,590

r>2,204

58,210

52,787

51,582

962

347

-104

337

337

52,130

50.7G0

1,104

373

-107

35'J

359

49,729
2,844
214

48,816
2,570
196

958
4

59
270
18

-104

76
230
31

76
230
31

49, 379
2,779
-28

48,319
2,491
-50

1,093
0

09
282
22

-107

SO
244
35

80
211
35

33

-49

6,545

3,908

33

-52

7,003

4,280

2,981

2,981

3,103

3,103

2,380
821
357

570

2, .104
774
502

504

11

1,796

1,785

9,904

1,583

8,337

1,086
415
1,252
6,859
292

1,086
415
132
-327
277

1,120
7,186
31

33

-49

2,585

410

2,166

7

419
2,166

410

2
2,164

7

892

319

77

495

327
247
318

25
29
265

24

278
217

53

23,973

1,545

18,740

1,221

564

226

22,089

701

18,511

2,590
3,051
15,691
757

4
303
394

54

54

54

3,370

3,351

28

10,779

1,758

9,010

1,844
821

28

1,187
470
1,442
7,375
305

1,187
470
175
-305
291

1,207
7,740
33

33

-52

2

2,611

425

2,179

G

1

13

431
2,180

425

1

14
15

374

88

551
287
264

134

25
34
315

29

1

341
299
374

59

3,688

15,905

12,249

3,681

25,311

1,629

19,626

431

4,621
1,402

4,604
1,427

17

1,435

662

249

2,877

5,224

1,560

3,664

23,191

688

2,585
3,051
15,388
71

1,014

5,224

1,560

3,664

2,830
2,922
16,689
744

4
328
356

63

63

4,384

4,384

28

63

2,320
1,203
861

2,320
1,203
801

29
30
31

4,253

4,253

2,256
1,175
822

202
3,642
761
M09
240

1

201
3,641

1,103
239

6
2

2,25G
1,175
822

405

405

45

-1

18

3,145

2,941
2,876
65

364

3

188
176

204

3

191
13

249
166
83
-170

I"
206

4,694
3,555
57
755
327
1.757
1.009
US

1.141
659
36
225
221
1,794
1,646
148

215-880 O--6
Ift—6



618

525
405
70
50
179
f
179 \

797
1,363

51
—224
-9

-------

80

|

2,497

797

-182

-170

22
106
137
137

2,896
21
508
-174
-174

108

4,056

16,938

13,140

3,S55

524

4,841
1,681

4,822
1,741

19

19,357

3,146

5,010

1,774

3,830

23

o
2,922
16,361
72

2,830

5,610

1,774

3,830

24

664

664
1,470
618
852

1,521
669
852

63

20
21

'JO
L'7

216

20

386

422

4,831

9

31

IS

1

171
3,843
817

1

13

1,181
188

6,544

2,080
85

4,917
3,500
590
827

1,188
67
442
679

597

443

358
239

162
281

32

422

1,370

6
2

33

13

34
35
30
37
3S

13

3,826

18
626

18

11,478

14,142

955

12

955
10,993
10,039
154
200

559
410
93
51

500

220

45

500

f
220 I

4ft
47

3,499
3,433
1
65

230
83

10,434
10,223
62
149

12

328

-166

340

12

184
144

ifif

} 340

2,661

39
40
41
42
43
44

-49

1,570

1,019

4S

178
-267
40

101
4S1
92S

-17
74S

40
50
51

243

31

656

IS
It)

31
661
853

82
437
844

656

17

316

:::::::::
85

278

279

-1

606

122

4,037

8

2,810
02
80G
359

8
51
51

1,851
1,069
182

40
3G
263
207
1,891
1,709
182

sss

582

607
-217

3,425

1

10

1 545

800

128

103

18,747
4,238
788

85

10,359
9,982
156
221

618

23,773

18, 747
4,238
950

172
3,844
817
1,187
190

697

9,834
9,577
86
171

879

23,9*1

622

13,247

697

3

1

6,210

27

18

10,750

77
1,160
70
428
662

18

-1

63

27

27

1

7fi1

1,887

25

292

9

206

5G2

0
2,179

K
It
10
11

134

380

880

44

17,523
3,557
715

3

19

1,984
774

21,795

4,603

f 382

41

17,523
3,557
849

226

401

0

2,758

21,929

1,343

4,350
2,946
594
810

357

19

1

609

77

:t
4
:>

2,665

54

5,914

1

2

5,954

I

Urn

-202
3,309

f>4

756

748

2frfi

54

8

55
50

2,770
20

74S
5S

92
148
US

-188
-1SS

1,093

1,765

67

72G
072

793
972

<>7

,r>9

00
01

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

68

Table 3.10.—Government Expenditures

State and local

Federal

Transfer
Purchases payments
and net
of goods
and services interest
paid

Lino

Total

Grants-inaid to
State and
local governments

Subsidies
less current surplus of
government
enterprises

38,247

10,432

4,250

67,886

373'

118,111

Total

49,985

1,287

401

-112

47,630
2,462
-107

1,281
6

77
297
27

-112

83
246
44

-48

7,785

4,944

3,427

3,427

2,913
687
758

"758

642

26,459

26,256

343

56

20,596
4,750
1,113

20,596
4,750
910

203

4,404

18,323

14,332

4,042

5,236
1*851

5,215
1,902

21

3,394

6,065

2,044

4,021

3,066

6,065

2,044

4,021

4,722

4,722

2,496
1 284

2,496
1,284

942

942

449

449

30

18

-80
4,629

General tfoternment
11,707

General administration
General property and records management.
Central personnel management and employment costs
Net Interest paid
Other

17
18
19

finance

1,259
539
1,604
7,914
391
2,660
494
2,166

-

Conduct of foreign affairs and informatlona activities
Foreign economic assistance and other transfers
Education
Elementary and secondary
Richer

Other

1,151

-

395
337
419

_.

*

-

23

4,606
1,959

9,734

1,259
539
218
-398
341
489

62

1,386
8,312
2,165

-48

28
37
363

24

Health, labor, and welfare.

26,321

1,683

1,234

Health and hospitals..
Sanitation

1,718

776

306

23

Social security and special weHaro services.

23,844

571

19,879

3,074
2,640
17,516
614

5
354
212

58

58

23
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
33
39

Civilian safety..
Police
Fire
Correction

_
_

Commerce, transportation, and bousing

40

Regulation of commerce and finance

41
42
43
44

Transportation
Highways.Water....
Air

45

Housing and community development

46
4
4S
49
50
51

Urban renewal and community facilities..
Public housing
,

49

374

1,450

4,714

8

u:

149
3,897
671
1,276
179

1,271
177

7,495

_
_

278

6,172
_

2,192

93

„
.:::..

1,223
72
447
704

862

449

423
439

133
316

3,896
671

18

4,584

686

12,245

15,070

947

947

3,983
3,899

231

10,978
10,761
53

11,59!
11, 21'
153
222

149
82
-222
-222

79C

11

31

31

Agriculture and agricultural resources
Stabilization of farm prices and income
Financing torn ownership and utilities.
Conservation of agricultrual resources...
Other services
_
Natural resources

Conservation and development of resources..
Recreation
,




4,511
3,330
69
69
423

208

37.

1,717

20C
612
1,081

1
758
972

286
-24(
811

3,48;
22
42:

811

80
70

l,90C
1,74'
15

1,902

677

435
-153
4

614
456
100

583

21
-141

Postal services

2,825

583

181

Transit
Electricity
,
Water and gas.
Other

55
56
57
58

164
37.

Public utilities..

53

12

5
18

33

203

12

12

93

5,437
3,971
596
870

52

54

"'£205

328

701

Veterans benefits andserrices
Education, training, and other benefits
Disability and pension allowances
Insurance
Hospitals and medical care.
Administration and other services

2,640
17,162
74

58

Labor

759

2,165
428

21

Public assistance and relief
Unemployment benefits
Old age and retirement benefits
Other

2,892

489

20

24
25
2tf
27

2,M7

83
246
44

Space research and technology.

1G

7,158

373

48,876
2,765

Military services and foreign military assistanceAtomic cncrjsy development
Other

International affairs and

63,725

51,561

Nation*! defenae

14
15

65,182

Transfer Less: CurPurchases payments rent surplus
and net
of governof goods
ment
and services interest
enterprises
paid

Total

1,86
1,80
153

-21!

1,93:

782
1,079

852
1,079

70

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES
by Type of Function: Annually, 1964-65

GO

Table 3*11.—Government Purchases of Goods uml Services by
Object Classification: Annually, 1952-65

[Millions of dollars]

[Millions of dollars]
1965

Line

Total

SubTransfer Grants- sidies
in-aid
less
payPurments to State current
chases
and
surplus
and
ofgoods
local
net
of
and
services interest govern- governpaid
ments
ment
enterprises

Total

Federal Government
purchases of goods
and services

Transfer Less
payPurcurrent Line
chases ments surplus
and
ofgoods
of
net
and
governservices interest ment
paid
enterprises

National defense
Compensation of employees
Military....
Civilian..
Structures
,
Other

123,357

66,827

41,156

11,185

4,189

73,656

69,399

51,855

50,143

1,428

399

-115

376

376

49,699
2,407
-251

48,306
2,119
-282

1,422
6

86
282
31

-115

84
233
59

84
233
59

3
4

5,592

5,562

12,356

2,069

8,766

5,860

3,179

46

1,351
622
158
-430
t 368

1,524
8,736
37

46

2,668

495

2,166

5

500
2,168

495

1,275

430

106

406
447
422

32
367

' 29,594

2,143

22,237

1,885

852

331

51
55

5
737
324
413

-5Q

1,039

50

3,780

3,392
553
1,041

2,956

2,403
553

50

1,041

13

2

14
15

2

28,863

28,634

229

22,554
5,012
1,068

19,735

15,558

4,229

702

5,710

5,686

17
18
19

229

5,214

16

24

2

52

20

52

21
22

890

21,766

4,100

6,572

2,367

4,205

23

3,370
2,260
19,667
1,459

5

5
2,260
19,267
234

3,360

6,572

2,367

4,205

400
485

24
25
26
27

740

481

63
338

140

412

6,365

1,445

4,908

10

106
4,163
641
1,276
179

1

1

1,269
175

105
4,162
641

7.187

2,109

87

87

5,360
3,908
616
836

1,250
82
468
700

1

620

346

434
186

103
243

2,686
1,369
1,039

29
30
31

481

32

30

18

5,094

890

f
I

5,094

2,686
1,369
1,039

63

28

14

2

7
2

2

18

669

13,251

34
35
36
37

18

4,395

33

12

12

12

16,258

3,007

890

890

147
79

11,518
11,262
41
215

12,201
11,770
153
278

683
508
112
63

-252

420

653

233

45

233

46
47

226

1

3,883
3,826
57

13

513

13

318
195

-252

{ 420

}

653

694

833

138

287

288

4.410

373

3,257
78
587
488

-258
46
217
368

36
120

2,055

2,058

193

1,888
170




2,482

1,788

352
87
255

1,879
176

39
40

314
880
1,288

-38
793
1,033

-271

32

303

754

744

156

187
6

3,831

48
49
50
51
52

695
-1

41
42
43
44

53
54

10

55
56
57
58

3,515
32
334

754

744

-196

1,881

1,951

70

59

788
1,163

70

60
61

-196

718
1,163

10

15,028
15,703
10, 770
4,993
3,010
!7.149

57,034 [7,377 44,090 45,586 19,538 53,594
48, £61 11,198 38,557 40,330 44,225 45,902
i5,C20 .4,940 1V2G9 16,004 ".5,940 16,344
10,598 0,245 10, IRS 10,118 ,0,2GG 10,404
5,028 4,701 5.0S1 5,4SG 5, C74 6,040
3,022 2,502 1,831 1,769 1,976
2, 440
30,016 123,000 21,457 22,007 20,309 27,112
8,370 6,179
2,988 2,859
014
63G
4,403 2,684

5,533
3,118
K>1
1,914

7,G92
4,247
1,104
2,341

22,882 24,611 27,418 30,106 32,994 36,585

40,561

8,233
5,586
1,572
1,075

1059

Line
Federal Government
purchases of goods
and services
National defense
Compensation of employees
Military
—
Civilian
Structures
Other
-

9,236 10,479 11,775 12,900
6,115 6,817 7,409 8,332
1,677 2,098 2,408 2, 602
1,444 1,664 1,958 2,006

1960

1961

13,980
9,402
2,787
1,791

15,728
10, 508

20,094 22,605
0,253 10,118
7,550 8,400
3,201 4,087

24,836
11,016
9,356
4,464

1962

1963

1964

53,659 53,531 57,408 63,389 M.2U 65,182
46,049
16,715
10,555
6,160
2,257
[27,077

44,946
17,037
10,631
6,406
2,041
J25,868

7,610 8,585
All other functions
Compensation of employees 4,315 4,831
1,308 1,460
Structures
1,987 2,294
Other'
State and local government purchases of
goods and services— 43,346 46,090

Education
Compensation of employees,
Structures
--•
Other
All other functions
Compensation of employees.
Structures
Other...

5,256
3,407
812
1,037

5,313
3, COS
058
687

All other functions
14,649 15,375 16,939 18,331
Compensation of employees. 6,639 7,191 7,852 8,398
4,959 5,406 6,105 0,647
Structures
3,051 2,778 2,922 3,280
Other

8
9
10
11
12

2

22,554
5,012
1,297

63

Education
Compensation of employees
Structures....
—
Other..

7

26,756

63

State and local government purchases of
goods and services

6

-56

3,780

2,166

1

5

30

1,351
622
1,682
8,306
395

31

7,436

J1.779

5,851
All other functions
Compensation of employees 3,162
Structures
_.
977
Other i
1,712

2

10,297

1952 | 1953 | 1954 | 1055 | 1050 | 1957 | 195H

State and local

Federal

47,825
17,675
10,908
6,767
2,208
27,942

5', 398

1965

66, $27

49,985
20,355
12,633
7,722
1,323
28,307

50,143
2J.205
13,131
8,074
1,149
27,789

9,583 11,807 13,481 15,197
5,250 5,668 6,252 6,801
1,649 1,924 2,044 2,106
2f684 4,215 5,188 0,200

16,654
7,230
2,331
7,123

51,582 150,760
18,609 19,009
l, 496 11,651
7,113 7,358
1,955 1,718
31,018 30,033

50,217 53,731 58,240 163,725

69,399

16,996 18,465 20,408 21,795 23,773 26,256
11,507 12,911 14,188 15,626 17,124 18,922
2,609 2,766 2,985 2,914 3, 402 3,726
2,880 2,7&8 3,235 3,255 3,247 3,608

28,634
20,896
4,200
3,538

26,350 27,625 29,809 31,936 34,467 37,469
11,773 12,704 13,787 14,765 15,73-5 16,964
9,970 9,689 10,443 11,211 12,0S9 13,084
4,607 5,332 6,579 5,960 6,643 7,431

40,765
18,450
14,119
8,196

i Includes inventory change of the Commodity Credit Corporation.

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

70

Table 3.12.—Relation of Federal Government Receipts and Expenditures in the National Income and Product Accounts to
[Billions of dollars]

„ _ _ _ _ _
Fiscal years

Uno
1952

1953

195-1

1956

1955

1957

1958

1959

1960

1961

1962

1963

1964

1965

101.9

109.7

115.5

119.7

Receipts
Federal receipts from thepublic—Consolidated cash budget.

68.0

71.5

71.6

67.8

77.1

82.1

81.9

81.7

95.1

97.2

LCSA:

Coverage differences:
District of Columbia
Other*

.0

1.1
.1

Financial transactions..
Miscellaneous *
Plus;
Netting differences:
Contributions to government cmployeo retirement funds.
Other*
Timing differences:
Corporate Income tax
~
Federal and State unemployment insurance taies..
Withheld personal incomo tax and social security
contributions.
Excise taxes
Other

1.2

1.3

1.5

1.5

1.7

1.8

1.9

2.0

-1.6

-1.3

-1.4

-1.4

-1.4

-1.3

-1.3

-1.9

-1.9

-4.0
-.1
-.1

.0
.1
.3

-1.0
.0
.3

-2.9
.0
.0

3.7
.2

-.2
.1
.6

-1.4
.1
.3

1.7
.5
.3

1.2
.0
.4

1.3
-.2

-.5

-.1
.2

-.3

.0

.2

.1

.1

.0

.1

.0

.1

-.1

.1

.0

.1

.0

.0

.0

.0

.0

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

.0

.0

.0

.0

.0

.1

.1

.1

.1

.0

.1

.1

.1

65.1

69.3

65.8

67.2

75.8

80.7

77.9

85.4

94.8

95.3

104.2

110.2

115.5

120.6

68.0

76.8

71.9

70.5

72.5

80.0

83.5

94.8

94.3

99.5

107.7

113.8

120.3

122.4

.2
-.5

.3
1.1

-.3

.3
1.1

1.8

.2

.1

.2

.2

2.2

1.2
1.3

2.2
1.1

.3

-.3

-.5

-.9

.3

-.2

.1

1.7

1.8

.8
-1.4

-2.4
-.1
.4

-.1

Miscellaneous..*.
Equals: Federal receipts—National income and product
accounts.

.0

.5

.5

-1.1

-1.1

-1.3

-1.9
.0
.3

2.2
-1.5

1.0

Expenditures
Federal paymen ts to the public—Consolidated cash budget.
Less:

18

21

Coverage differences:
District of Columbia
Federal Home Loan Banks and Federal Land
Banks.
Other*
Financial transactions:
Net lending
Net purchases of foreign currency
Timing differences:
Checks outstanding and certain other accounts * . . .
Miscellaneous*

.1
-.3

-.3
.1

1.7
.0

1.1
.0

-1.7
.1

.2
1.4
.4

1.3

.4

.3

2.9
1.4

2.2

3.1
1.0

-.2

-.1

.2

.2

.7
1.2

2.5

1.8
.9

Plus:
Netting differences:
Contributions to government employee retirement
funds.
Other'
Timing differences:
Incrcaso in payables (net of advances) on purchases
of goods and services.7
Accrued interest less interest paid
On transfer payments
On subsidies less current surplus of government
enterprises.
Miscellaneous*
Equals: Federal expenditures—National Income and
product accounts.

.8
-1.4

.5

-1.1

1.3

-1.3

-.1
.5
.0
-.2

.3
.0
-.1

67.3

69.8.

-1.3

-1.4

.5
66.0

1.5

1.5

1.7

.5
.0
-.1

.8
.0
.0

-1.6

-A

-.7

-1.4

.5
.1
.0

-1.3

-1.3

.3

-1.4

A

.2
-.2
.0

74.2

* Larpcly sales of goods and services and interest receipts that arc recorded as receipts in
the cash budget, and netted against expenditures in the national income and product

W

76.0

83.1

2.0

2.2

-1.9

-1.9

-1.5

-.7

-1.4

1.9

.7
.3
.3

.7
75.8

1
Largely contributions for social insurance from residents of U.S. Territories
i Largely sales of land, receipts from oiTshore oil leases, and treasury receipts from sale of
foreign currency to jrovernment agencies.
foreign currency
government agencies.
*
'




1.2

.5

.5

.7

90.9

91.3

98.0

106.4

.0
-.1

* P^ment S to residents of U.S. Territories.

111.4

118.3

116.9

fe

j
A n adjustment in the cash budget to convert cash receipts and disbursements asJ"
m tho M o
M
^ l
Treasury Statement to the net amount implied in the Daily ir
stat
ement.

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

71

the Consolidated Cash Budget: Fiscal Years, 1952-65, and Calendar Year Quarterly Totals Not Seasonally Adjusted, 1959-65
[Billions of dollars]
Calendar quarters not seasonally adjusted
1960

1959

1961

1962

1963

1961

lOGf)
Line

II

I

Ill

IV

I

21.4 19.4 25.8

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

28.5

23.4

20.6

24.8

28.5

23.4

21.3

26.2

31.0

26.0

23.0

28.2

32.6

27.3

21.5

30.3

33.4

27.0

21.3

30.7

37.7

29.2

25.8

x

o

,x

x

x

.0
.0

.1
.0

.0
.0

.1
.0

.0
.0

.1
.0

.0
.0

.1
.0

.0
.0

X
.0

X
.0

.0

.1
.0

.2
.0

.2
.1

.1
.2

.x

.2
.0

.2
.0

.6
.0

.2
.0

,x

.x

m

.4

.4

,4

.4

,4

.4

,4

.4

4

4

.5

4

.5

5

-.2 - . 4

-.3

-.5

-.3

-.4

-.3

-.4

-.3

-.4

-.3

„ 4

-.3

-.7

-.4

-.5

—.9
.0
.3

.6
—2
— .3

.9 - 2 . 2
.4
-A
,x
.X

-.7
.0
.3

1.5
—.2
—.3

2.2 - 1 . 5
-.1
.7
p4
#2

-.5
.1
.1

1.1
-.2
— .6

1.7 - 1 . 7
.1
-.1
—. 1
1.1

.0
.1
.0

— .5

1.3 1.4 - 1 . 9
-.2 -.1
.3
-.2
.4
.x

.0

.5

.0

Q

.0

x

' Q

.5

X
.0
11
' Q

5

x

!o

.0

!o

'.0

.0

x
*i

2

i

' ft

n

.u

. \)

.5
-.4

.5
-.6

'o

1.6

!o

x
!o

.0

x

_x
* rt
. U

t

A

,x
i

.u

,x

!o

* -1

. nI

, 1

.U

x

n
. U

5

.6

.5

-.5

-.4

-.3

-.6

2.1 - 1 . 8
-.1
.1
# x —.2

-.5
-.1

2.0
-.1

.x

1.5
-.3
—. 5

5

x

x
,o
"

(

x

5
-.3

!o
.0

5
-.3

x

.o
"
x
.u

.0
n

.u
.0

Q

-.3

-1.4 -1.1
1.4
.0 - . 3
.4
,4
_ x _-2

-.4
2.2
-.1
1

8
9
10

-.1

.1

.1

.1

-.2

.1

-.1

.2

-.1

.2

-.1

.2

-.2

.2

-.1

.2

— 2

.2

— 2
•

.3

-.2

.2

.0

-.1

.0

.0

II

.0

.0

.1

-.1

.0

.0

.0

.0

.0

.0

.0

.0

.0

.0

.1

.0

.0

.0

.0

.0

.0

.0

A

.0

.0

.0

VI

.0

.0

o

Q

Q

Q

Q

Q

Q

0

.0

.0

.0

Q

.0

Q

.0

.0

Q

.0

Q

.0

0

13

22.2 20.9 24.3

27.4

23,4

21.4

22.9

27.6

24.1

23.6

25.7

30.8

25.7

24.3

27.6

32.6

27.7

26.6

28.2

33.1

27.8

26.1

30.2

36.6

30.2

28.0

14

24.4 23.9 22.0

24.1

24.2

24.5

23.4

27.4

26.7

27.2

25.9

27.9

28.5

29.6

26.5

29.1

31.0

30.6

28.7

30.1

30.9

30.6

28.3

32.6

33.1

31.0

.1
.5

.1
.1
.3 - . 6

.1
.1

.1
-.1

.1
.1

.1
-.7

.1
.4

A

.1
.4

.1
-.4

.1
.7

.1
.5

.1
.1
.3 - 1 . 1

.1
.8

.1
1.1

.1
.6

.1
—.5

.1
.5

.1
.3

.1
.3

.1
1.0

.1

A

....

.0

.0

.0

.0

.0

.0

.0

.0

.0

.0

.0

.1

.1

.0

.0

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1
—.3
.1

.1

.1

1.1
.3

7
!3

• l

.2

2
.3

13

5
.4

.8
.3

—.4
.2

.3

4
.4

.7
.2

_.x

.4

g
A

_x

.2

—2
!3

4

'.2

4
'.Z

A

....

.3

.7
.0

.5
.4

1.0
.2

-.3
.2

.1
.2

1.8
.3

.3
-.1

.7

A

.0

.0

.2

-.8

.3

-.4

.7

-.3

.5

.5

-.8

-.2

.8

.0

-.3

-1.4

1.2

.4

.0

-.7

.1

-.2

.2

.2

-.1

.0

.1

.1

.1

.0

.0

.6

t4

.5

.5

.5

.5

.5

.5

.5

-** 3

.... - . 2

4
%

....

.4
.1
-.1
.1

.2

4
-.4

A
. 4

-.3

o
• o —.1
.2
.1
.0
.0
.1
.0
.2

.1

22.5 24.0 22.3
—

.2

.1

.4

.5
-.3

-.4

-.3

.2

.1

.1

.0

.1

.2

-.1

4

A

A

-.5

.2

x§

A

-.4

t4
-.3

-.4

.3
-.3
.2
.0

.o
.7
.1
.0

.1

.2

,4

o

.0
-.2
.0
.1

-.1
.0
-.1

.2
.0
.1

-.2
.0
.0

—. 1
.3
-.2
.0

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

22.5

23.7

24.5

24.5

25.3

25.1

27.2

-.6
.0

-.3

4

.5

.0




U a d *,«. P —
, n

21

-.1

22

.6

.5

23

-.4

24

— 2

-.4

_. o

.3

25

.1
.0
.1

.1
.0
.1

.4
.0
.0

20
27
28

-.1

29

31.8

33.1

30

.1

.1

-.2

-1.4

1.0

.3

.1
.0
.2

.2
.0
.2

.3
.0
-.3

.3
.0
.0

.1
.0
.5

.3
.0
-.1

.1
.0
-.1

.3

.0

.1

.1

29.4

29.8

30.1

28.8

29.6

-.1
.0
.3

.4
.0
.0

.1
.0
-.1

.1

,2

.1

.2

.1

.2

.2

.1

.2

29.3

27.9

27.3

28.9

29.7

28.9

—
in

.4

2

-.3

—.5

.5
.0
-.1

26.9

.8

.5

— A

2

27.2

19
20

-.3

-.5

.0

26.8

.5
.3

.5

-.6

x

o f ,* e^c
r oe n u n y
«
K
S
safes of military equipment to foreign
net purcha.es of silver and minor coin m e t , , .

.1

-.3

-.4

-.7

16
17

.5

-.5

-.3

Q

.5

-.6

-.4

-.4

-.3

.6

-.4

1

.0

-A

-.5

A
.0

— 1

eooo

.... -.2

x

Q

.3
.0
.1

72

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

Table 3.13.—Relation of State and Local Government Receipts and Expenditures in the National Income and Product Accounts to
Bureau of Census Data: Fiscal Years, 1952-65
[Billions of dollars]
1954

1955

1956

1957

1959

1958

1962

1961

1960

1952

1953

28.4

30,5

32.4

34.5

38.4

42.1

44.4

47.6

53.3

.0

.0

.0

—.1

—.1

-.1

.1

-.2

• 1
—

3 1

Line

3.3

3.5

37

39

4.1

4.2

4.5

1.6

1.7

1.9

2.1

2.4

2.6

2,8

1.3

1.5

1.7

.7

8
I

1963

1964

1965

Receipts
1

State and local government revenue from own sources—

*
>

1J**W' Ptcess of tax collections over accruals

•1

....

RfeHnts of utilities and Honor stores

4

_

Receipts of other commercial activities

.«.„.

5

Ueccipts of unemployment compensation funds

1.6

1.6

1.5

Q

Interest received

4

.5

.5

Q

SA1*I of Ijmrl nnrl rairtitfll calns

Q

Q

j

J

8
g
10

Plus: Government contributions to self-administered insurance funds
Federal grants-in-ald

._

Equals: State and local government receipts—National income and product accounts
-~
. .

5

57.4

61.6

65.7

71.5

77.1

.0

-.1

-.2

-.1

-.1

4.9

5.1

5.3

5.5

6.0

3.1

3.5

3.7

4.0

4.5

4.7

1.7

1.8

2.3

2.5

2.8

3.2

3.3

3.2

.9

2.0

1.3

1.4

1.6

1.8

2.0

2.4

1

I

I

1

.1

.1

.1

1

6.4

6

6

7

g

1 0

1.1

1.1

1.3

1.4

1.4

1.6

1.7

1.8

2.5

2.8

2.9

3.0

3 2

3 7

4.7

6.2

6.9

6.9

7.6

8.3

9.8

10.9

24 6

26 9

28.5

30.6

34 0

37 5

40 3

44 6

49 5

52 8

57 0

60.7

67.0

72.7

Expenditures
11

State and local government direct expenditures—Census..

30.9

32.9

36.6

40.4

43.2

47.6

53.7

58.6

61.0

67.0

70.5

74.7

80.6

87.0

12

Less: Operating expenditures and current surplus of utilities and liquor stores
-

3.1

33

35

37

39

41

42

45

49

5 1

5 3

5.5

6.0

6.4

13

Operating expenditures and current surplus of
other commercial activities

1.6

1.7

1.9

2.1

24

2

28

3 1

3 5

37

40

4.5

4.7

5.1
2.3

14

Unemployment compensation benefits

15

Interest received

16

Purchase of land

17
18

Q

1.0

.9

1.5

1.8

1 3

28

3 3

24

3 5

2 8

2.8

2.6

4

5

5

g

7

o

n

i rt

l ^

14

1 6

1 8

2.0

2.4

4

5

Q

a

o

Q

l n

I A

1 2

1 3

1.3

1.4

1 ^

14

1 4

1.6

1.7

1.8

49.3

53.7

57.1

60.4

65.7

71.2

1 5

.3

3

Plus: Government contributions to self-administered insurance funds

.5

.6

6

7

g

10

Equals: State and local government expenditures—National income and product accounts

25.0

26.8

29.4

32.4

35.0

38.7




1

1

43.3

46.9

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

73

4» Foreign Transactions
Table

4.1
4.2

Page

Foreign Transactions in the National Income and Product Accounts: Annually,
1929-65, and Seasonally Adjusted Quarterly Totals at Annual Rates, 1946-65„

74

Foreign Transactions in the National Income and Product Accounts: Quarterly
Totals Not Seasonally Adjusted, 1946-65.--..

74




THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES
Table 4.1.—Foreign Transactions in the National Income and Product Accounts:
[Millions of dollars]
1929

1931

1932

1933

1934

1935

1936

1937

1938

1939

1940

1941

1942

1943

5,448
5,448

3,641
3,041

2,474
2,474

2,402
2,402

3,539
3,539

4,432
4,432

2,474
2,0G7
238
217
21
160

2,402
2,044
208
191
17
150

3,265
3,137
182
162
20
-54

3,539
3,424
208
176
32
-93

4,336
3,045
182
153
29
1,109

4,432
3,366
178
151
27

5,355
5,355
5,355
3,636
210
178
32
1,509

5,925
5,925
5,925
4,636
165
179
-14
1,124

4,791
4,791
4,791
4,785
213
123
90
-207

4,416
4,416

3,641

4,553
4,553
4,553
4,256
235
175
60
62

4,336
4,336

5,448
4,416
342
306
36
G90

2,975
2,975
2,975
2,374
172
162
10
429

3,265
3,265

7,034
5,886
377
343
34
771

Receipts from foreigners
Exports of goods and services.
Payments to foreigners
Imports of Roods and services
Transfers to foreigners
Personal
Government...Net foreign Investment

1930

7,031
7,034

Lino

3,125
319
279
40
197

1944
5,298
5,298

4,416
6,465
196

7,128
269
249
357
-53
-88
- 2 , 2 4 5 -2,099

[Billions of dollars]

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

14.8
14.8

16.1
16.1

14.4
14.4

19.3
19.3

20.5
20.5

20.4
20.4

18.7
18.7

14.8

16.1

14.4

19.3

20.5

20.4

6.8
3.3
.5
2.7
3.5

7.2
3.1
.7
2.4
4.5

7.3
2.0
.7
2.0
C.I

7.8
2.4
.7
1.7
9.1

8.5
2.5
.6
1.9
9.5

7.9
2.8
.7
2.1
9.7

18.7
8.7
2.7
.6
2.1
7.4

7.6
2.6
.7
1.9
4.2

1956

Lino

III

IV

I

II

III

18.1
18.1

16.5
16.5

17.0
17.0

15.5
15.5

13.3
13.3

16.5
10.3
3.7
.7
3.0
2.5

15.9
15.9
15.9
10.4
5.2
.6
4.5
.3

17.4
17.4

18.1
9.9
3.8
.8
3.0
4.4

16.7
16.7
16.7
10.8
5.5
.6
4.8

17.4
10.0

17.0
9.7
5.9
.5
5.4
1.3

15.5
9.3
5.8
.5
5.3
.4

13.3
9.4

5.2
.5
4.7.
-1.3

III

IV

1957
III

Receipts from foreigners
Exports of goods and services.
Payments to foreigners
Imports of goods and services
Transfers to foreigners
Personal..
Government
Net foreign investment

II

IV

13.6
13.6
13.6

Receipts from foreigners
Exports of Roods and services.
Payments to foreigners
Imports of poods and services.
Transfers to foreigners
Personal
,
Government
Net foreign Investment

21.9
21.9
21.9
19.6
2.3
.5
1.7
.0

IV

23,3
23.3

24.2
24.2

23.3
19.4
2.4
.5
1.9
1.4

24.2
20.0
2.4
.6
1.9
1.7

25.0
25.0
25.0
19.4
2.5
.5
1.9
3.1

II
27.5
27.5
27.5
20.9
2.3
.6
1.7
4.3

1949

1948

1947

1946

Lino

5.7
.6
5.1
1.7

1959

1958
III

IV

26.2
26.2
26.2
20.7
2.2
.5
1.7
3.3

25.2
25.2
25.2
20.6
2.2
.5
1.7
2.3

27.1

27.1
27.1
20.8
2.5
.5
2.0
3.8

III

II
22.9
22.9
22.9
20.3
2.2
.5
1.7
.4

IV

IV

II

23.0
23.0

23.0
23.0

23.3
23.3

22.4
22.4

22.7
22.7

24.4
24.4

244
214

23.0
20.6
2.3
.5
1.8
.1

23.0
20.7
2.4
.5
1.9
.0

23.3
21.9
2.4
.6
1.8
-1.0

22.4
22.2
2.5
.6
1.9
-2.3

22.7
23.4
2.3
.6
1.7
-3.0

24.4
24,0
2.4
.6
1.8
-2.0

244
23.7
2.6
.6
2.0
-1.9

Table 4.2.—Foreign Transactions in the National Income and
[Billions of dollars]
1916

Line
I
1

Receipts from foreigners
Exports of goods and services

3

Payments to foreigners
Imports of poods and services
Transfers to foreigners
Personal
Government..
Net foreign Investment

4
5
7
8

3.3
3.3
3.3
1.7
.9
.1
.7
.7

II

III

3.9
3.9
3.9
1.7
.8
.2
.7
1.3

3.8
3.8
3.8
1.8
.6
.2
.5
1.3

IV
3.8
3.8
3.8
1.9
.6
.2
.4
1.2

I

4.8
4.8
4.8
2.0
.6
.2
.5
2.2

II

I
Receipts from foreigners
Exports of goods and services

3

Payments to foreigners
Imports of poods and services
4
Transfers to foreigners
5
Personal
r
»
Govern rncnt
8
NVt foreign investment
'.




"""
"""

5.4
5.4
5.4
4.8
.6
.1
.4
.0

II
6.0
6.0
6.0
4.9
.6
.1
.5
.4

4.8
4.8
4.8
2.0
.7
.2
.5
2.2

IV

4.8
4.8
4.8
2.2
.6
.2
.4
2.0

I
4.5
4.5
4.5
2.5
1.0
.2
.8
1.0

II

5.7
5.7
5.7
5.1
.5
.1
.4
.1

IV
6.5
6.5
6.5
4.8
.6
.1
.5
1.1

I
6.7
6.7
6.7
5.1
.6
.1
.4
1.1

II
6.9
6.9
6.9
5.3
.7
.1
.5
1.0

III

4.2
4.2
4.2
2.5
1.0
.2
.8
.7

1957
III

1949

1948

III

5.3
5.3
5.3
2.1
.7
.1
.5
2.6

1956

Lino

!

1947

3.9
3.9
3.9
2.7
1.3
.2
1.2
—.1

IV
4.1
4.1
4.1
2.6
1.2
.2
1.0
.3

I
4.3
4.3
4.3
2.5
1.4
.1
1.3
.3

4.4
4.4
4.4
2.4
1.6
.1
1.5
.3

6.3
6.3
6.3
5.3
.5
.1
,4
.5

IV
6.6
6.6
6.6
5.1
.6
.1
.4
.9

I
5.6
5.6
5.6
4.9
.6
.1
.4
.1

II
5.9
5.9
5.9
5.2
.6
.1
.5
.1

3.7
3.7
3.7
2.3
1.4
.1
1.3
.0

IV
3.5
3.5
3.5
2.4
1.2

-.'l

1959

1958
III

III

II

III
5.5
5.5
5.5
5.3
.5
.1
.4
-.3

IV
6.1
6.1
6.1
5.4
.6
.2
.5
.1

I

II

III

5.4
5.4

5.8
5.8
5.8
5.9
.6
.1
.4
-.7

5.9
5.9
5.9
6.2
.5 '.2
.1
.4
-.8
—

5.4
5.4
.6
.1
.5
-.6

IV

6.4
5.9

.5
-.2
-~

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

75

Annually, 1929-65, and Seasonally Adjusted Quarterly Totals at Annual Uates, 1946-65
[Millions of dollars]
1945

1946

1947

1948

1949

1950

1951

1952

1953

1954

1955

195G

1957

1958

1959

19G0

1901

1902

19G3

19G4

lyOfl

7,240
7,240

14,735
14,735

19,737
19,737

16,789
16,789

15,770
15,770

13,807
13,807

18,744
18,744

17,992
17,992

16,947
16,947

17,759
17,759

19,804
19,804

23,595
23,595

26,481
26,481

23,067
23,0G7

23,489
23,489

27,214
27,24*

2S.575
28,575

30,278
30,278

32,339
32,33'J

36,958
30,958

38,993
33,993

1

7,240
7,853
825
473
352
-1,438

14,735
7,241
2,922
673
2,249
4,572

19,737
8,208
2,625
682
1,943
8,904

16,789
10,319
4,525
697
3,828
1,915

15,770 13,807
9,621 12,028
5,638
4,017
532
454
5,106
3,563
511 - 2 , 2 3 8

18,744
15,073
3,515
409
3,106
156

17,992 16,947
15,766 16,561
2,531
2,481
443
503
2,088
1,978
-305 -2,095

17,759
15,931
2,280
504
1,776
-452

19,804
17,795
2,498
456
2,042
-489

23,595
19,628
2,423
555
1,868
1,544

26,481
20,752
2,345
570
1,775
3,384

23,067 23,489
20.8fU 23,312
2,361
2,448
5G3
599
1,798
1,849
—155 - 2 , 3 0 1

27,244
23,19S
2,362
484
1,878
1,684

28,575
22,954
2,586
497
2,0S9
3,035

30,278
25,148
2.G7G
512
2,104
2,454

32,339
2G, 442
2,784
005
2,179
3,113

36,958
28,4GH
2,7G5
COO
2,1G5
5,725

38,993
32,03(3
'2,791
028
2,1 G
O
4,1G3

3
4

Lino

8

[Billions of dollars]
1951

1950

1952

1953

1951

1955
Line

I

II

III

13.0
13.0

13.2
13.2

13.9
13.9

13.2
10.6
4.2
.5
3.7
-1.6

13.9
13.5
3.5
.4
3.1
-3.1

15.1
14.1
3.9
.4
3.5
-3.0

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

16.4
16.4

18.8
18.8

19.7
19.7

20.0
20.0

20.2
20.2

18.2
18.2

16.8
16.8

16.8
16.8

16.7

16.7

16.9
16.9

17.2
17.2

16.9
16.9

16.3
16.3

18.3
18.3

17.6 18.7
17. G 18.7

16.4
15.4
3.4
.4
3.0
-2.3

18.8
15.7
3.5
.4
3.1
-.4

19.7
14.8
3.5
.4
3.1
1.5

20.0
14.4
3.6
.4
3.2
1.9

20t2
15.4
2.2
.4
1.8
2.7

18.2
15.1
2.8
.4
2.4
.2

16.8
15.7
3.0
.4
2.5
-1.9

16.8
16.8
2.1
.4
1.6
-2.1

16.7
16.2
2.5
.5
2.1
-2.0

16.9
1C.8
2.6
.5
2.1
-2.5

17.2 16.9
16.9 16.3
2.4
2.4
.5
.5
1.9
1.9
-2.1 -1.7

16.3
15.3
2.1
.4
1.7
-1.0

18.3
16.6
1.9
.4
1.4
-.1

17.6
15.8
2.6
.7
1.9
-.8

15.1
15.1

13.0
9.9
4.4
.5
3.9
-1.3

II

IV

I

1960

I

II

III

IV

26.1
26.1

27.4
27.4

27.5
27.5

28.0
28.0

26.1
23.7
2.1
.4
1.7
.2

27.4
23.9
2.3
.5
1.8
1.2

27.5
23.3
2.5
.5
2.0
1.7

28.0
21.9
2.5
.5
2.0
3.6

II

III

28.6
28.6

27.8
27.8

28.5
28.5

28.6
22.0
2.6
.5
2.1
4.0

27.8
22.2
2.6
.5
2.1
3.0

28.5
23.6
2.6
.5
2.1
2.3

29.4
24.0
2.6
.5
2.1
2.8

III

30.9
30.9

30.6
30.6

30.9
25.2
2.5
.5
2.0
3.2

30.6
25.3
2.6
.5
2.1
2.7

18.7
16.1
~A
2.0
.2

I

II

III

IV

30.1
30.1

32.4
32.4

32.5
32.5

34.3
34.3

36.4
3G.4

36.0
36.0

37.2
37.2

38.1
3S.1

30.1
25.5
2.7
.6
2.1
1.9

30.4
25.6
2.6
.5
2.1
2.2

IV

32.4
26.2
2.7
.6
2.1
3.5

32.5
2G.9
2.9
.6
2.3
2.7

34.3
27.1
2.8
.6
2.2
4.3

36.4
27.4

36.0
28.1
2.9
.6
2.3
5.0

37.2
28.8
2.8
.0
2.2
5.7

38.1
29. G
2.7
.6
2.1
5.9

I

I

II

III

19.5
19.5

19.0
19.0

20.1
20.1

20.5
20.5

1

19.5
1G.7
2.9
.4
2.5
-.1

19.0
17.4

20.1
18,1

20.5
18.9
2.3
4
1.9
-.7

3
4
fl
0

2.3
.5
"'A
1.9
2.0
-.3
-.8

2.8
.6
2.2
6.3

IV

19G5

III

30.4
30.4

I

IV

II

IV

29.2
24.6
2.9
.5
2.4
1.7

29.4
29.4

II

29.2
29.2

IV

I

III

19G4

19G3

1962

1961

II

I

8

Lino

II

III

IV

35.1
35.1

40.5
40.5

•10.1

40.3
40.3

1

40.1

35.1
2S.7
2.G
.G
2.0
3.8

40.5
32.3
3.1
.G
2.5
5.1

40.1
33.0
2.8
.6
2.2
4.2

40.3
34, 2
2. f
>
.G
1.9
3.5

3
4
5
fi

I

8

Product Accounts: Quarterly Totals Not Seasonally Adjusted, 1946-65
[Billions of dollars]
1950
I

II

3.2
3.2

3.4
3.4

3.3
3.3

3.2
2.5
1.1

3.4
2.7
1.2

i!o
-.4

i.'i
-.4

3.3
3.4
.8
.1
.7
-.8

III

IV

I

II

3.8
3.8
3.8
3.5
.9
.1
.8
-.6

4.1
4.1

4.B
4.9

4.6
4.6

4.1
3.9
.9
.1
.8
-.7

4.9
3.9
1.0
.1
.9
.0

4.6
3.7
.8
.1
.7
.2

1960

I

II

6.3
6.3

6,9
6.9

6.3
5.7
.5
.1
.4
.1

6.9
6.0
.6
.1
.5
.3

III

II

5.2
5.2

5.0
5.0

4.7
4.7

4.0
4.0

5.2
3.6
.9
.1
.8
.7

5.0
3.9
.5
.1
.4
.6

4.7
3.8
.8
.1
.7
.1

4.0
3.9
.7
.1
.6
-.7

6.6
6.6
6.6
6.0
.6
.1
.5
.0

IV

I

II

7.3
7.3

6.9
6.9

7.1
7.1

6.8
6.8

7.3
5.4
.6
.1
.5
1.3

6.9
5.3
.7
.1
.5
1.0

7.1
5.6
.7
.1
.5
.8

6.8
6.1
.6
.1
.5
.1




III

III

II

7.8
7.8

7.1
7.1

7.9
7.9

7.2
7.2

7.8
5.9
.7
.1
.5
1.1

7.1
5.9
.7
.1
.6
.5

7.9
6.4
.7
.1
.5
.9

7.2
6.5
.G
.1
.5
.1

Line

IV

I

II

III

IV

II

4.4
4.4

4.1
4.1

4.3
4.3

4.1
4.1

4.4
4.4

3.9
3.9

4.7
4.7

4.2
4.2

5.0
5.0

4.7
4.7

4.9
4.9

4.8
4.8

fi 4
5.4

1

4.4
4.1
.5
.1
A
-.3

4.1
4.0
.6
.1
.5
-.6

4.3
4.3
.7
.1
.6
-.6

4.1
4.3
.5
.1
.4
-.7

4.4
4.0
.6
.1
.5
-.1

3.9
3.8
.5
.1
A
-.3

4.7
4.2
.5
.1
.4
.0

4.2
4.0
.6

5.0
3.9
.6
.1
.5
.4

4.7
4.1
.7
.1
.0
-.1

4.9
4.5
.ft
.1
.5
_ o

4.8
4.G
.5
.1
.4
-.3

5.4
4.0
.0
.1
.5
o

3
4
5
f,
7
8

III

IV

I

II

8.0
8.0

7.3
7.3

8.3
8.3

7.7
7.7

8.0
6.4
.7
.1
.5
1.0

7.3
6.0
.7
.1
.5
.7

8.3
6.6
.7
.2
.6
1.0

7.7
7.1
.7
.1
.5
-.1

IV

.4
-.4

1965

1904

1963

I

IV

I

III

II

I

IV

1962

1961

III

III

I

IV

1955

1054

1953

1952

1951

III

III

Lino

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

9.0
9.0

8.9
8.9

9.2
9.2

8.8
8.8

10.0
10.0

8.6
8.6

10.4
10.4

9.4
9.4

10.6
10. G

1
2

9.0
6.8
.7
.2
.*6
1.5

8.9
6.5
.7
.1
.5
1.7

9.2
7.1
,7
.1
.6
1.3

8.8
7.5
.6
.1
.5
.7

10.0
7.4
.7
.2
.5
2.0

8.6
0.8
.7
2
'.5
1.1

10,4
8.2
.8
2

9.4
8.5
.7

10.6
8.5

.'G

.5

3
4
5
()
7
8

IV

1.4

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

77

5. Saving and Investment
Table

5.1

Page

Sources and Uses of Gross Saving: Annually, 1929-65, and Seasonally Adjusted
Quarterly Totals at Annual Rates, 1946-65

_. _

5.2

Purchases of Structures by Type: Annually, 1929-65

5.3

Purchases of Structures by Type in Constant Dollars: Annually, 1929-65

82

5.4

Private Purchases of Producers' Durable Equipment by Type: Annually,
1929-65
Private Purchases of Producers' Durable Equipment by Type in Constant Dollars:

84

5.5

„.

78

Annually, 1929-65

80

84

5.6

Change in Business Inventories: Annually, 1929-65,-_-

86

5.7

Comparison of Personal Saving in the National Income and Product Accounts
With That of the Securities and Exchange Commission: Annually, 1946-65...

86




THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

78

Table 5.1.—Sources and Uses of Gross Saving: Annually, 1929-65,
[Millions of dollars]
1929

Personal saving
Undistributed corporate profits..

—

3,444

472

Corporate Inventory valuation adjustment.
Corporate capital consumption allowances.

4,204

1938

1939

1940

1941

8,589

10,318

11,524

8,748

10,997

14,310

2,140
-197

3,611
408

3,775
623

719
-225

2,610
1,834

3,844
3,163

2,295

5,633

-912
-637
2,628
-4,936 - 5 , 2 3 8 - 1 , 6 0 3

389
-965

1931

-2,613

1937

1935

12,064

4,162
2,820

Gross private savins

1936

1934

1930

15,322

Lino

1932

7,964

2,541

2,414

3,260

1942

1943

22,403

42,033

49,656 54,344

10,977
5,677

27,575
5,866

33,360 37,259
6,610
6,541

1944

1,047 - 2 , 1 4 3

-625

-227

-738

-31

963

-714

-200 -2,471

-1,204

-773

-287

3,626

3,617

3,647

3,701

3,736

3,831

4,250

5,048

5,363

6,059

4,323

4.008

3,790

3,637

4,320

Noncorporate capital consumption allowances.
Wago accruals less disbursements

3,664

3,653

3,530

3,361

3,163

3,197

3,247

3,420

3,510

3,590

3,531

3,672

3,970

4,748

4,887

4,965

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

209

-193

Government surplus or deficit (—), national income and product accounts.

982

-1,764

-2,177

-687

-3,772

Federal

Gross investment

-2,402 - 2 , 0 1 7

-3,138

346

283
-597

-2,134 - 1 , 4 7 7 - 1 , 3 1 5
-69
-280
-751

-2,853 - 2 , 5 7 1 - 3 , 6 2 9
491
451
554

-358
704

16,999

-

-2,885 -1,757 - 1 , 3 8 4

1,175
-193

-

Stato and local

-314

10,950

16,228
771

Gross private domestic investment
N e t foreign investment
Statistical discrepancy

695

5,815

1,129

1,551

3,763

3,496

5,036

8,393

11,845

7,584

10,152

14,642

19,033

9,604

11,783
62

6 t 475
1,109

9,264
888

13,133
1,509

17,909
1,124

5,74]
7,135
9,811
- 2 0 7 -2,245 -2,099

-25

600

1,332

1,019

402

5,618
197

960
169

1,401
150

3,334
429

6,411
-54

8,486
-93

345

640

532

-215

1,213

-800

-2,129 - 2 , 2 0 9 - 1 , 3 2 5 - 5 , 0 6 4 -33,136 -46,586 -54,485
21463 2,670
1,772
638
1,292
32
365

6,357

736

10,260
690

-31,364 -44,123 -51,815

- 1 , 0 6 5 -2,037

2,507

{Billions of dollars]
1949

1948

1947

1940
Lino
IV

III

II

III

IV

III

II

III

II

IV

IV

32.3

30.7

27.4

28.1

26.4

25.1

29.4

29.3

35.2

41.0

44.0

45.3

41.5

38.4

40.4

36,

,

17.9
5.3

16.7
8.1

13.4
12.1

12.8
13.9

10.4
14.6

4.5
13.2

8.1
12.8

6.6
14.6

9.1
15.0

12.8
16.6

16.4
15.8

15,4
14.8

11.4
12.8

9.1
10.5

9.3
11.3

8.1
10.7

Corporate inventory valuation adjustment.
Corporate capital consumption allowances.

-1.2

-2.8

-8.1

-8.9

-9.7

-4.7

-4.0

-5.2

-2.9

-2.9

-2.8

—.1

1.4

2.8

3.0

4.5

4.6

4.7

4.9

5.3

5.8

5.9

6.3

6.6

6.9

7.1

7.4

7.7

7.9

8.0

8.2

Noncorporate capital consumption
allowances.
Wage accruals less disbursements

5.1

5.1

5.2

5.4

5.7

6.2

6.6

7.0

7.3

7.4

7.6

7.7

8.1

8.4

8.8

9.

.8

-.9

.0

.0

.0

.0

.0

.0

.1

.1

-.2

.1

.1

Gross prlratc saving
Personal saving
Undistributed corporate profits

Government surplus or deficit (—), na
tional income and product accounts.
Federal
Stato and local

I"""!

Gross investment

,

Gross private domestic investment
Net foreign investment
Statistical discrepancy

4.9

10.9

11.7

16.1

14.9

10.7

16.0

14.2

10.8

5.9

3.5

.7

-7.8
2.2

2.8
2.1

9.0
1.8

10.2
1.6

14.8
1.3

13.6
1.3

10.0
.8

15.2
.8

13.7
.4

10.6
.2

5.9
.0

3.4

.8
-.1

36.0

38.7

38.1

41.9

41.1

41.4

47.1

47.8

48.8

48.5

46.7

41.3

34.5

36.6

31.5
4.5

32.5
6.1

33.9
4.2

32.8
9.1

31.6
9.5

31.7
9.7

39.8
7.4

43.4
4.4

46.2
2.5

48.1
.4

46.3
.3

39.6
1.7

33.1
1.3

3

1.3

.3

.4

-.5

1.1

1.3

1.8

-1.6

-1.7

-3.0

1957
IV

II

-1.4

III

IV

II

67.3

69.0

69.4

69.4

71.5

71.7

69.4

20.4
16.6

21.2
14.8

22.0
15.8

20.4
15.9

21.8
14.6

21.5
13.9

19.9
11.9

21.2

Corporate inventory valuation adjustment.
Corporate capital consumption allowances.

-2.9

-3.6

-1.2

-2.4

-1.5

-1.3

-.9

18.7

18.8

18.9

19.2

19.8

20.5

21.2

21.8

Noncorporate capital
consumption
allowances.
Wago accruals less disbursements

14.8

15.1

15.3

15.5

15.8

16.1

16.5

16.8

.0

.0

.0

.0

.0

.0

.0

.0

.6

Government surplus or deficit (—), national Income and product accounts.

5.3

4.6

4.2

5.2

3.6

1.2

1.2

-3.5

-10.5

6.3
-1.0

5.5
-.9

4.9
-.7

6.0
-.8

4.3

2.5
-1.3

2.6
-1.4

-1.5
-2.0

70.0

70.8

72.0

73.6

72.8

72.2

73.7

69.9
.0

69.4
1.4

70.3
1.7

70,4
3.1

68.5
4.3

68.5
3.8

-.8

-1.0

-1.2

-1.0

-.3

-.5

-3.0

8.2
-.2
21.8

Gross private domestic investment
Net foreign investment
" "
Statistical discrepancy..




16.9

33.
-1.
1.

IV

III

II

IV

71.9
20.7
8.6

32.

1959
III

68.5

18.7
16.1

'.4

-.2

-2.1

1958

65.4

.~~I.-I"I"II"I"

-3.'
-l.:

28.0

Personal saving
Undistributed corporate profits"."""*"

State and local

-3.7

24.5
3.5

III

Gross investment

-5.1

-2.9
-.8

1956

Federal

.1

-4.6

-5.7

Lino

Gross private saying

.0

-.3

77.5

75.7

79.4

72,3

23.2
11.2

24.1
14.9

20.6
15.9

21.2
18.4

15.9
15.1

.3

-.2

-.9

-.8

-1.3

-.5

21.7

22.1

22.4

22.6

23.4

23.6

16.9

16.9

17.0

17.3

17.7

18.1
.0

-1.3

.0

.0

.0

-14.7

-13.6

-11.5

-6.1

-.9

-8.1
-2.4

-12.4
-2.3

-10.8
-2.8

-9.8
-1.7

-4.2
-1.9

.8
-1.7

66.4

57.7

55.8

61.4

67.8

69.9

77.3

70.3

70.4
3.3

64.0
2.3

57.3
.4

55.7
.1

61.4
.0

68.8
-1.0

72.1
-2.3

80.4
-3.0

72.2
-2.0

.7

.5

-.3

1.7

3.1

1.9

-1.2

-1.2

.6

75.

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES
and Seasonally Adjusted Quarterly Totals at Annual Rates, 1946-65
(Millions of dollars]
1947

1948

1949

1950

44,72S 29,693

27,549

41,368

39,045

29,582 15,186
4,433 9,911

7,333
13,881

13,361
15,634

9,390
11,295

1946

1945

-564 -5,263 - 5 , 8 9 9 - 2 , 1 5 2

1951

1952

42,505

50,347

53,296

54,377

55,585

62,070

67,823

70,522

13,078
16,026

17,252
13,025

18,149
10,996

18,302
11,475

16,398
11,271

15,819
16,513

20,568
15.877

20,739
14,233

1,856 --4,965 - 1 , 1 9 9

1953

1954

1955

1956

1957

. 1958

1959

1960

71,719

75,851

73,85*>

22,275
10,761

19,056
15.8S2

17.01C
13,24i

19G2

1903

79,818

87,858

83,698 101,429

09,119

1

21,151
13,475

21,590
10,010

19,942
10,023

24,487
21,327

25,685
25,320

2
3

19G1

19G4

Line

1905

981

-997

-255

-465

-52

252

-408

-433

-1,475

4

6,368

4,668

5,821

6,986

7,946

8,800

10,251

11,477

13,165

14,950

17,403

18,901

20,815

22,014

23,512

24,905

20,240

30, 007

31 ,750

33,867

36,300

5

4,895

5,221

6,398

7,504

3,604

9,542

10,944

11,715

12,508

13,284

14, 071

15,170

16,274

16,924

17,860

18,50C

19,001

19,903

20,851

22,181

23,289

G

14

-30

15

35

-46

24

74

0

0

0

0

0

0

C

0

0

0

0

0

7

-39,493

5,416

14,401

8,547 - 3 , 1 5 6

7,850

5,801 - 3 , 8 4 1 - 6 , 8 7 5 - 7 , 0 3 8

2,722

4 ,873

708

-12,525 - 2 , 0 5 5

3,632 -4,334 - 2 , 8 7 0

1,849 - 1 , 3 6 2

3,212

8

-42,066
2,573

3,523
1,893

13,384
1,017

8 413 - 2 , 4 3 3
9,053
134
- 7 2 3 --1,203

5,742
2,061
-869 - I i 3 5 3

-10,190 -1,247
-2,335
-SOS

3,462 - 3 , 8 1 2 - 3 , 8 0 0
-522
22C
930

663 - 3 , 0 2 9
1 186
1,607

1,567
1,645

9
10

-22

- 3 1 8 - 1 , 736 - 2 , 6 9 3 -1,539

-76

6,240 - 3 , 8 0 0 - 7 , 0 2 1 - 5 , 9 3 0
3,992
-41
146 - 1 , 1 0 8 - 1 , 270
-439

19i *

9,138 35,181

42,888

47,929

36,198

51,843

59,496

51,627

50,498

51,272

66, 885

71 ,560

71,234

60,746

73,003

76,510

74,734

85,472

90,253

98,684 1 10,722

11

10,576 30,609
-1,438 4,572

33,984
8,904

46, 014
1, 915

35,687 54,081
511 --2,238

59,340
156

51 932 52,593
-305 -2,095

51,724
-452

67,374
-489

70,016
1 544

67.850
3,384

60,901
-155

75,304
-2,301

74,82C
1,684

71,099
3,035

83,018
454

87,140
3,113

92,959 1 00,559
4,163
5,725

12
]3

938

986

1,488

3,34S

2,093 - I ,136

4

1,552

-793 -1,031

-750

184

-294 - 1 , 3 8 3 --1,609

14

3,903

72

309

2,172

2,725

2,996

(Billions of dollars]
1950

1951

1

II

III

IV

45.6

41.9

36.3

45.9

17.8
10.6

12.9
14.2

6.7
18.5

14.7
20.8

-.7

-3.3

-7.3

8.6

8.6

8.9

9.3

9.4

9.6

1954

1953

I

1955 '

[II

IV

II

III

IV

55.7

54.5

54.7

57.7

18.6
9.7

15.7
10.9

15.3
11.7

16.0
13.1

I

Line

II

III

IV

54.2

51.1

54.5

53.5

18.1
12.0

16.5
10.2

20.6
10.3

17.0
12.0

59.0

61.9

62.8

64.8

1

13.7
16.2

14.9
16.4

16.8
16.7

17.3
17.4

2
3

-.9

-2.2

-2.8

4

17.1

17.8

IS. 3

5

14.2

14.5

6

II

III

IV

53.9

55.1

54.7

53.9

16.8
13.3

19.0
12.6

18.5
12.2

19.2
7.7

-1.6

-2.0

.0

.0

.0

-.7

-.5

12.9

13.4

14.1

14.2

14.7

15.1

15.8

16.5

12.3

12.7

13.0

13.2

13.3

13.3

13.4

13.6

13.9

.0

II

I

.0

.0

.0

.1

.5

-.6

.0

7

-11.1

-7.6

-6.5

-3.1

-.3

2.4

4.1

5.1

8

-6.6
-1.0

-5.0
-1.4

-1.8
-1.3

1.3
-1.6

4.0
-1.6

5.0
-.9

6.0
-.9

9
10

II

III

IV

38.4

52.5

56.2

54.4

10.3
16.9

20.1
12.8

19.4
10.9

18.9
12.1

-8.5

-8.7

-1.0

3.5

1.5

1.3

1.2

.7

.8

9.1

9.6

10.1

10.5

10.9

11.1

11.3

1L6

11.9

12.3

9.8

10.2

10.7

11.2

11.6

11.7

11.7

11.7

11.7

12.0

-.4

I

n

n

.0

I

1952

-1.1

-6.2

5.9

15.6

16.2

18.0

7.6

-.7

-1.5

-.2

-4.4

-7.2

-3.4

-5.0

-5.2

-5.6

-18
-1.4

7.6
-1.7

16.4
-.8

17.1
-.9

iao

8.2
-.6

.1
-.8

-1.3
-.3

.1
-.3

-3.8
-.6

-7.6

.0

-3.7
.4

-4.5
-.4

-6.2
1.0

-5.7 -11.7 -10.5
-.6
-.1
.2

42.7

49.2

52.7

62.8

58.7

63.8

60.3

55.4

56.9

47.7

49.0

53.0

52.2

52.9

51.2

45.8

47.7

49.5

51.1

56.8

62.2

66.0

68.7

70.6

11

4iO
"•1.3

50.8
-1.6

55.8
-3.1

65.8
-3.0

61.0
-2.3

64.1
— 4

58.8

53.4

1.5

1.9

54.2
2.7

47.4
.2

50.9
-1.9

55.1
-2.1

54.2
-2.0

55.4
-2.5

53.2
-2.1

47.5
-1.7

48.7
-1.0

49.7
-.1

51.9
-.8

56.6
.2

62.3
—. 1

66.9
—.8

69.0
—.3

71.3
—. 7

1.4

.8

.6

2.3

3.7

4.7

2.5

2.8

1.0

1.7

2.9

3.3

3.0

2.0

3.7

3.0

2.6

2.9

2.2

3.5

1.7

1.9

.7

12
13
14

1960

I
T6.4

II

III

IV

74.0

74.6

70.8

18.1
15.6

16.5
14.3

-.6

-.2

1.2

.5

219

24.9

24.9

24.9

18.5

18.5

18.3
11.7

18.5

16.0
10.9

18.5

II

I
73.3
18.4
10.9
-.1
25.5
18.6

III

IV

78. G

81.6

85.3

20.2
13.0
.5
26.1
18.9

22.1

14.2

23.3
16.0

II

I
87.7
22.3
16.3

[II

IV

89.5

87.5

86.9

23.9
15.9

20.9
16.2

II

I
85.9

18.9
16.3

19.3
15.1

-.3

-.3

-.1

.0

.1

.9

.2

26.5

26.9

29.6

29.9

30.2

30.6

30.9

19.1

19.4

19.6

19.8

20.0

20.2

20.4

1965

1964

1963

1962

1961

-11.8

III

IV

87.0

88.7

93.1

I

II

III

IV

I

II

96.9

103.1

101.2

104.5

105.3

104.8

26.6
21.4

22.8
25.7

22.4
25.0

-.9

-1.3

Line
III

IV

112.8 113.6

1

29.0
24.6

28.5
26.1

3

-1.8

-1.0

-1.8

4

18.8
16.9

22.5
18.1

22.0
20.9

26.6
21.3

22.8
21.7

-.9

.2

-1.3

-.5

-.3

.0

31.7

31.9

32.5

32.9

33.5

34.2

34.8

35.2

36.0

36.8

37.2

5

21.6

22.0

22.4

22.7

23.0

23.2

23.4

23.6

6

.1

.0

.0

.0

.0

19.2
16.4

20.7

21.0

21.3

-.1

.0

.0

.0

.0

.0

.0

.0

.0

.0

.0

.0

.0

.0

.0

.0

.0

.0

7,2

6.0

2.1

-4.5

-3.6

-M

-1.7

-1.5

3.0

2.5

3.5

-.9

-5.7

-.8

2.1

-1.0

1.4

8

-4.9

-2.8

6.1

-5.4

-4.4

6.4

-.6

7.1
.1

5.6
.4

1.5
.6

-.6

-4.9
*~. 5

-4.5

-3.8

-1.9

-4.5
1.0

-2.6
1.2

-3.2
1.5

-2.4
.8

1.8
1.2

1.2
1.3

2.1
1.4

-1.9
1.0

-6.7
1.1

-3.0
2.2

-.5
2.6

4.5
1.9

4.4
1.7

-2.5
1.5

-.2
1.6

9
10

—.8

-5.0
.4

82.7

77.3

87.0

84.7

88.6

90.7

97.2

96.5

96.8

108.8

110.9 115.4

7S.6

86.0

107.6

73.3

80.8

98.2

68.3

82.3

103.3

71.2

87.1

11

75.3

85.1
3.5

88.0
2.7-

92.9
4.3

90.2
6.3

91.8
5.0

92.5
5.7

97.4
5.9

103.8
3.8

103.7
5.1

106.7 111.9
3.5
4.2

13

-.6

-2.3

-3.3

-4.1

-2.1

82.5
.2
-.9

76.0
1.2
-2.7

73.5

1.7

-1.5

67.6
3.6
1.1




64.3
4.0
.3

70.2
3.0
-.4

74.2
2.3
-.6

77.9

2.8
-1.8

80.6
1.7
-1.0

82.8
3.2
.0

.0

S4.3
2.7
1.1

84.7
2.2
1.9

82.7

1.9
.3

-1.5

-.5

.6

.4

-.8

.4

14

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITUU STATUS

80

Table 5.2.—Purchases of Structures
[Millions of dollars]
1929 | 1930 | 1031 | 1932 | 1933 I 1934

Lino
Total atructurea

11,481

9,278

6,786

3,863

3,186

4,164

1935

1936 I 1937

1938

1939

1940

1941

1942

1943

1944

4,714

6,962

7,689

7,550

8,744

9,303

12,632

14,629

8,923

6,145

4,375

3,921

4,879

5,633

6,862

3,995

2,700

3,118

8,913

6,354

4,068

1,950

1,494

1,914

2,433

3,252

ltcfridcntial Htrueturca

3,951

2,339

1,725

731

563

864

1,199

1,607

1,933

2,024

2,926

3,401

3,934

2,109

1,358

1,277

New construction

3,793

2,198

1,632

657

504

666

1,079

1,654

1,994

2,085

2,810

3,165

3,736

1,882

1,035

919

3,025
3,010
340
245
1CS

2,075
1,570
305
200
123
1G8
-27

1,565
1,320
175

630
485
105
40
27

470
290
145
35
34

625
380
200
45
41

1,010
710
250
50
69

1,565
1,210
295
60
" 89

1,875
1,475
320
80
119

1,990
1,620
295
75
95

2,680 2,985
2,270 2,560
335
320
90
90
. 130 180

3,510
3,040
375
95
226

1,715
1,440
225
50
167

885
710
160.
15
150

815
570
220
25
134

95
-21

77
-18

214
-16

145
-25

123
-170

130
-191

176
22

181
46

208
115

268
GO

1,219

931

1,050

1,234

1,645

2,442

1,229

937

1,053

1,235

1,642

2,434

502

406

456

472

713

1,085

Private Htrutturc*

N'onfiwm buildings
New dwelling units
Additions and alterations
Nonhousckccplng units
Farm buildings -. Urokcn'commissions on sale of structures.
Net purchases of used structures
Nonroaidcnllal utructuron
New construction
Nonrcsldcntlal buildings, excluding farm.
Industrial
Commercial
Religious
Educational
Hospital nnd institutional
Other buildings
Public utilities.
Railroads
Telephone and telegraph
Electric light and power
(las
Other
Farm
Petroleum and natural gas well
drilling and exploration.
All other private construction
nrokers'commissions on sale of structures,
Net purchases of used structures
Public structures
New construction
Buildings, excluding military
Residential
Industrial
Educational
Hospital
Other public buildings
Highways and streets
Military facilities
Conservation and development
Other public construction
Power systems
_
Water supply facilities
Miscellaneous public construction..
Net purchases of used structures




195
-34

•

70

67
117
-24

4,950

4,015

4,934

4,000

2,694

2,003

949
1,135
147
120
104
239

532
893
135
118
109
216

221
454
87
100
71
166

74
223
45
53
34
73

176
130
22
15
10
53

191
173
21
14
9
48

158
211
28
17
10
48

266
290
34
40
17
66

1,578
510
354
350
185
179

1,527
521
333
377
181
115

946
292
166
225
117
146

467
139
87
109
66
66

261
94
45
59
35
28

326
128
47
66
43
42

363
116
52
87
48
60

139
420

70
315

30
210

10
210

15
210

103

85

40

45

25
210
36

73

54
-39

20
-30

20
-26

20
-23

2,343

-48

32
-35

127

162

-11

74

1,897

1,953

2,287

2,928

1,841

1,337

1,831

1,482

635

233

351

1,971

2,314

786

1,025

492
387
44
42
31
89

232
285
51
40
35
121

442
348
59
50
33
93

801
409
62
58
46
106

346
155
31
24
29
50

156
33
6
6
11
21

513
149
67
139
77
86

705
199
102
218
80
106

605
119
92
267
65
62

254
292
IS
39
31
122
683
137
93
303
61
89

771
167
122
311
91
80

872
187
179
305
111
90

786
197
155
255
87
92

570
211
61
144
63
91

57
315

72
315

88
525

76
425

82
392

60
425

84
452

93
346

134
393

28

24

31

30

28

33

32

22
-23

27
-24

35
-27

26
-29

27
-45

34
-61

47
-41

27
-20

21
-16

2,281

3,710

3,314

3,629

3,865

3,615

2,924

2,718

1,913

1,692

2,250

2,659

1,862

1,643

2,211

2,233

3,516

3,096

3,420

3,809

3,628

660
0
0
364
118
178

612
0
0
285
110
217

415
0
0
130
83
202

230
0
2
52
49
127

364
1
11
148
51
153

337
9
2
153
38
135

762
61
4
366
74
257

643
93
2
253
73
222

707
35
12
311
97
252

1,035
65
23
468
127
352

815
200
164
156
54
241

1,266
19
115

1,516
29
137

1,355
40
156

058
34
150

847
36
359

1,000
47
518

845
37
700

1,362
29
658

1,226
37
605

1,421
62
551

1,381
125
570

1,302
385
528

427
253
174

516
343
173

496
270
226

305
156
149

176
95
81

282
173
109

314
175
139

705
342
363

585
311
274

679
355
324

693
371
327

82

66

59

44

39

48

194

218

209

56

2,4S6
659
0
0
3S9
101
169

1,542

1,879

764

2,858

2,568

1,886

2,922
1,900

2,346
1,099

119
-180

24
-14

5,770 10,634

6,223

3, OW

5,751

10,660

6,322

3,073

2,076
430
1,280
158
42
166

4,230
545
3,437
128
35
85

2,749
739
1,870
63
44
33

1,572
211

1,066
1,620
500

734
5,016
357

446
2,550
285

362
837
163

598
338
260

489
252
237

323

292
107
185

139
79
60

-13

19

-26

154

1,230

-46

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

81

by Type: Annually, 1929-65
1948

1949

1950

21,515

27,801

28,426

18,558

23,255

22,153

1946

1947

6,673

15,653

4,325

14,022

1945

1951

1952

1953

35,584

37,790

39,492

42,056

44,597

49,373

28,638

28,393

28,583

30,643

32,715

37,617

1954

1955

1956

1957

195S

1059

1900

1961

1902

51,918

52,712

53,605

58,780

57,348

58.SS3

38,853

33,140

37,364

42,112

40,974

41,030

Line

1063

10G4

1005

63,140

66,337

69,564

75,149

1

44,554

46,459

48,590

52,GG3

o

1,523

7,244

11,059

14,440

13,670

19,389

17,234

17,184

17,991

19,651

23,307

21,607

20,160

20,779

25,451

22,847

22,615

25,317

26,990

27,579

27,799

3

1,223

6,749

10,529

13,982

13,255

18,901

16,682

16,551

17,341

18,879

22,489

20,851

19,656

20,411

24,793

22,309

22,269

24,875

20,410

27,060

27,228

4

1,100
720
340
40
123

6,247
4,795
1,307
145
502

9,850
7,765
1,960
125
679

13,128
10,506
2,467
155
854

12,428
10,043
2,?00
185
827

18,126
15,551
2,400
175
775

15,881
13,207
2,484
190
801

15,803
12,851
2,767
185
748

16,594
13,411
2,916
267
747

18t187
14,931
2,960
296
692

21,877
18,242
3,296
339
612

20,178
16,143
3,588
447
673

19,000
14,736
3,769
501
650

19,789
15,445
3,711
633
622

24,154
10,156
4,230
762
639

21,700
10,410

21.CS0
10,189

24,202
18,038

25, 843
20, 004

20, 607
'JO, 012

20,080
20, 706

5
(

865
G03

1,060
6S9

1,223
683

1,34!
507

1,4.17
663

1,480
530

8
0

310
-10

510
-15

525
5

460
-2

474
-59

573
-85

653
-101

763
-130

783
-133

907
-132

1,009
-191

977
-221

932
-428

1,057
-639

1,063
-410

070
-441

992
-Q10

1,009
-607

1,009
-489

1,030
-511

1,107
-630

10
11

2,802

6,778

7,499

8,815

8,483

9,249

11,159

11,399

12,652

13,061

14,310

17,246

17,980

16,585

16,661

18,127

18,385

19,207

19,409

21,011

21,864

12

2,699

6,043

7,037

8,559

8,356

9,172

11,121

11,365

12,605

13,016

14,056

17,288

17,948

16,548

16,725

18,107

18,307

19,213

19,377

21,017

24,761

13

1,020

3,362

3,243

3,765

3,383

3,904

5,279

5,014

5,680

6,250

7,193

9,236

9,556

8,675

8,824

10,149

10,734

11,620

11,046

12,008

10,521

14

642
203
26
31
37
81

1,689
1,153
76
123
85
236

1,702
957
126
174
110
174

1,397
1,397
251
253
126
341

972
1,182
360
269
202
393

1,062
1,415
409
294
344
380

2,117
1,498
452
345
419
448

2,320
1,137
399
351
394
413

2,229
1,791
472
426
317
445

2,030
2,212
593
529
337
549

2,259
3,043
696
466
334
395

3,224
3,806
806
562
345
493

3,557
3,564
80S
525
525
517

2,382
3,539
863
574
600
667

2,093
3,915
942
523
563
778

2,851
4,180
1,013
560
605
934

2,780
4,674
1,003
609
771
897

2,949
4,955
1,030
647
870
1,069

2,000
4,095
1,001
078
1,030
1,030

3,572
6,400
000
703
1,301
1,017

5,080
0,704
1,222
763
1,432
1,324

15
10
17
18
10
20

827
264
117
245
141
60

1,255
230
305
425
197
98

2,126
284
510
761
394
177

2,776
338
713
1,016
499
210

2,994
314
533
1,313
637
197

3,045
269
440
1,240
859
237

3,357
332
487
1,315
1,010
213

3,533
414
570
1,537
710
302

3,973
375
615
1,805
818
360

3,685
341
655
1,717
723
249

3,665
303
758
1,488
873
143

4,566
424
1,113
1,804
1,080
145

4,908
387
1,068
2,168
1,116
169

4,688
267
904
2,291
1,065
161

4,603
217
947
1,999
1,209
131

4,621
270
l t 088
2,026
1,105
132

4,335
213
OO
S
1,880
1,147
109

4,330
201
900
1,899
1,031
203

4,600
240
1,128
2.O20
043
200

4,850
259
1,203
2,098
1,004
100

5,178
270
1,464
2,271
1,004
110

21
22
23
24
25
20

144
687

659
715

755
844

786
1,167

743
1,158

747
1,364

798
1,623

866
1,867

780
2,052

733
2,227

703
2,441

789
2,570

761
2,624

733
2,263

752
2,440

718
2,338

.711
2,337

609
2,381

680
2,145

G63
2,103

060
l,0S0

27
28

21

52

69

65

78

112

64

85

120

121

154

127

199

189

206

281

250

277

310

338

410

20

43
60

126
609

112
350

104
152

81
46

82
-5

91
-53

88
-54

101
-54

102
-57

122
132

130
-172

138
-106

152
-115

153
-217

140
-120

143
-125

152
-168

155
-63

160
-160

160
-46

30
31

2,348

1,631

2,957

4,546

6,273

6,946

9,397

10,909

11,413

11,882

11,756

13,095

14,572

16,241

16,668

16,374

17,853

18,586

19,878

20,974

22,486

32

11,715

12.732

14,059

15,457

16,070

15,863

17,148

17,869

19,326

20,307

21,004

33

4,945
336
1,506
2,134
333
636

4,462
266
721
2,442
300
733

4,368
292
453
2,556
300
767

5,013
506
473
2,825
354
855

5,499
846
403
2,875
390
980

5,476
962
363
2,656
428
1,062

5,511
716
407
2,818
401
1,169

6,011
842
472
3,052
369
1,276

6,092
938
422
2,984
397
1,351

6,449
451
453
3,477
403
1,600

7,052
474
400
3,790
440
1,048

7,084
404
305
4,201
490
2,005

34
35
30
37
38
30

3,714
1,003
773

3,852
1,287
701

4,415
1,360
826

4,934
1,287
971

5,645
1,402
1,019

5,761
1,465
1,121

5,437
1,306
1,175

5,854
1,371
1,334

6,365
1,266
1,524

7,091
1,227
1,690

7,144
008
1,729

7,630
883
2,032

40
41
42

2,809
947
8S2
1,040

3,414
1,325
066
1,133

3,760
1,180
1,281
1,206

43
44
45
46

552

067

682

47

2,398

2,231

3,319

4,704

6,269

6,866

9,255

10,779

11,242

11,712

1,017
80
755
59
85
38

728
374
113
101
85
55

791
200
96
287
77
131

1,447
156
196
618
213
264

2,408
359
177
934
458
480

2,732
345
224
1,133
499
531

4,091
595
974
1,513
527
482

4,812
654
1,684
1,619
495
360

398
690
130

764
188
260

1,344
204
424

1,661
158
670

2,015
137
852

2,134
177
942

2,355
887
912

2,677
1,387
900

1,771
1,714
369
496
3,021
1,290
892

163
97
66

291
194
97

556
351
205

768
535
233

857

1,010
775
235

1,003
790
213

1,133
883
250

1,277
982
295

1,413
1,085
328

1,763
1,275
488

1,854
1,344
510

1,992
1,387
605

2,247
1,467
780

2,374
1,487
887

2,528

238

881
659
222

947

2,622
1,072
C82
863

-50

-600

-362

-158

4

80

142

130

171

170

41

363

513

784

593

511

705

717




619

4,906

m

l,58l{

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES
Table 5.3.—Purchases of Structures
[Billions of 1958 dollars]
1929

Brokers* commissions on sale of structures..
N e t purchases of used structures
Nonrevidential structures

1935

1936

1937

1938

1939

1940

1941

1942

1943

25.5

20.5

13.9

10.9

13.1

14.9

21.4

21.8

21.5

25.3

26.1

32.7

33.2

18.4

18.1

12.7

7.1

5.4

6.5

8.1

10.6

12.7

11.3

14.1

16.0

17.8

9.4

5.8

6.3

5.1

2.7

2.1

2.9

4.0

5.1

5.6

5.7

8.2

9.2

9.8

4.9

2.9

5.9

4.9

2.4

1.0

2.2

5.3

5.8

5.9

7.9

8.6

9.3

4.4

2.2

5.C
.3

4.6
.2

2.3
.1

1,7
.1

2.1
.1

3.4
.2

5.0
.3

5.5
A

5.6
.3

7.5
.4

8.0

8.6
.6

4.0
A

1.9
.3

.5
-.1

.5
-, 1

.3

.3
-.1

.3

.7
-.1

.5
-.1

A
-.5

A
-.6

.3

A
.0

.4
.1

A
.1

.4
.2

13.9

Nonfarm buildings..
F a r m buildings

1934

9.5
.4

New construction

1933

10.0

Residential structures.

1932

10.4

Private structures

1931

24.3

Total structures....

1930

30.5

Lino

11.8

3.6

4.0

5.4

7.1

-

13.8

11.8

Nonresidentlal buildings, excluding farm..

8.0

6.4

New construction

_

-.1
4.4
7.5
7.6

4.5
2.2

-.1
3.3
3.4

-.5
5.6

3.7

4.0

5.4

7.1

1.8

1.8

2.6

3.5

.7
.7
.1
.1
.0
.2

.6
.8
.1
.1
.0
.2

1.1
.1
.2
.1
.3

1.5
1.3
.2
.1
.1
.3

2.5
.7
.9
.2
.1
.1
A

5.6

5.9
5.9

6.8

8.1

4.6

2.9

6.8

8.0

4.5

2.9

4.3

1.6

.5

2.6

2.9
3.2
.5
.4

1.8
2.6
.5
.4
.4
.7

1.5
.3
.4
.3

.3
.9
.2
.2
.2
.3

1.8
.8
.6
.1
.1
.0
.3

1'ublic utilities
Railroads..
Telephone and trlcgraph..
Electric light and p o w e r - .
Oos
Other

4.1
1.2
.7

4.2
1.3
.7

2.8
.8
.4

1.6
.4
.2

.9
.3
.1

1.0
.4
.1

1.1
.3
.1

1.6
.4
.2

2.0
.5
.2

1.7
.3
.2

2.0
.4
.2

2.2
.4
.3

2.3
.5
A

1.9
.4

2.2

2.2

1.7

.5

.5

.7

1.0

1.2

1.2

1.4

1.4

1.4

1.1

Farm
Petroleum and natural gas well drilling and exploration.
All1 other private construction.

.4
1.0

.2

.3
1.2

.2
1.1

1.0

.2
1.1

1.2

.1

.1

.1

.1
-.1

.1
-.1

.1
-.1

.1
-.2

.1
-.1

Industrial
Commercial
Religious
Educational
Hospital a n d institutional..
Other buildings

Brokers' commissions on sale, of structures..
N e t purchases of used structures

.0
.6

.1
.5

.2
.1
-.1

.2

.2

.1
-.1

.1
-.1

.1
.4

.3
.2
-.1

4.0

.2
-.1

.1
-.1

.1
-.1

.1
-.1

.1
-.1

10.2

11.2

10.1

14.9

23.7

12.6

9.6

11.1

10.1

14.8

23.8

12.8

1.5
.0
.0
.7
.2
.6

3.2
.2
.0
tl.6
.3
1.1

2.3
.3
.0
.9
.3
.8

2.5
.1
.0
1.1

3.7
.2
.1
1.7
.5
1.3

2.6
.6
.5
.5
.2
.8

5.7
1.1
3.5
.5
.1
.5

9.9
1.3
7.9
A
.1
.2

5.9
1.6
3.9
.2
.1
.1

2.3
.1
1.9

3.4
.1
1.7

3.2
.1
1.5

3.9
.2
1.4

3.9
.4
1.4

3.7
1.2
1.3

2.5
4.5
1.1

1.3
11.2

.7
5.1

1.8

1.4

1.6

1.7

1.4

1.0

.9

.8

.6

.7

.6

.5

6.8

5.5

7.6

6.6

5.3

Buildings, excluding military..
Residential
Industrial
Educational
__„
Hospital
Other public buildings

1.0
.0
.0
l.l
.3
.5

2.1
.0
.0
1.1
.4
.6

2.2
.0
.0
1.0
.4
.8

1.8
.0
.0

1.1
.0
.0
.2
.2

6.4
1.6
.0
.0
.6
.2
.7

Highways and streets
Military facilities
Conservation and development-

2.7
.1

3.4
.1
.3

3.5
.1
.4

3.2
.1
.5

2.4
.1
1.1

2.5
.2
1.4

Other public construction
Power systems
Water supply facilities
Miscellaneous public c instruction..

1.1

1.3

1.4

1.0

.6

.6

.9

.7

.5

.3

.8

.4

.4

.6

.5

.2

.6

.2

.2

.2

.6




.1

9.1

7.8

7.2

N O T E . — I m p l i c i t price deflators are shown in table 8.7 pages 164-165.

1.3
.4
.1

8.4

7.4

6.0

.2

.1
.0
.0
.0
.1

10.8

6.2

New construction.

Net purchases of used structures

2.2
1.2
.2
.2
.1
.3

10.1

Public structures...

6.6

1.0
.2
.1
.1
.4

1.3
1.1
.2
.2
.1
.3

6.8

.7

.0

.4

-.1

-.2

1944

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

83

by Type in Constant Dollars: Annually, 1929-65
tBilllons of 1958 dollars]
1945
13.2
8.6

1947

1946
27,3
24.6

1948

1950

1949

1951

1952

1953

1954

1955

1956

1957

1958

1959

1960

19G1

1962

1963

1904

19G5

Lino

31.3

36.2

37.8

45.5

44.8

45.2

«

50.6

54.7

54.5

53.1

53.6

57.5

55.5

56.4

59,3

61.0

62.3

65.4

1

27.1

30.2

29,3

36.2

33.5

32. G

34.5

36.9

41.3

40.7

38.4

37.4

40.9

39.3

39.0

41.7

42.7

43.4

45.8

2

2.8

12.1

15.4

17.9

17,4

23.5

19.5

18.9

19. o

21.7

25.1

22.2

20.2

20.8

24.7

21.9

21.6

23.8

24.8

21.6

21.1

3

2.2

11.3

14.7

17.3

16.9

22.9

18.8

18.2

18.9

20.9

24.2

21.4

19.7

20.4

24.0

21.4

21.2

23.3

24.2

24.1

23.6

4

2.0
.2

10.5
.8

13.8
.9

16.3
1.0

15.9
1.0

22.0
.9

18.0
.9

17.4
.9

18.1
.8

20.1
.8

23.6
.7

20.7
.7

19.0
.6

19.8
.6

23.4
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20.8
.6

20.6
.6

22.8
.6

23.7
.5

23.6
.5

23.1
.5

5
0

.6

.9
.0

.7
.0

.6
.0

.6
-.1

.7
-.1

.7
-A

.8
-.1

.9
-.1

1.0
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1.1
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1.0
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.9
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1.1
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1.0

1.0
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.9

1 0
—i5

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io

—is

5.7

12.5

11.6

12.3

11.9

12.7

14.1

13.7

14.9

15.2

16.2

18.5

18.2

16.6

16.2

17.4

17.4

17,9

17.9

18.9

21.7

0

5.5

11.2

10.9

12.0

11.7

12.6

14.0

13.7

14.8

15.1

15.9

18.5

18.2

16.5

16.3

17.4

17.4

17.9

17.8

18.9

21. G

10

2.3

6.4

4.9

5.1

4.6

5.2

6.5

6.0

6.6

7.3

8.2

9.9

9.7

8.7

8.6

9.7

10.0

10.5

10.3

11.2

13.9

11

1.4
.5
.1
.1
,1
2

3.0
2.3
.2
.3
.2
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2.6
1.5
.2
.3
2
.3

1.9
1.9
.3
.3
.2
.5

1.3
1.6
.5
A
.3
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1.4
1.9
.5
.4
.5
.5

2.5
1.9
.6
.4
.5
.6

2.7
1.4
.5
.4
.5
.5

2.6
2.1
.6
.5
.4
.5

2.4
2.6
.7
.6
.4
.6

2.7
3.4
.8
.5
.4
.4

3.4
4.1
.9
.6
.4
.5

3.5
3.7
.9
.5
.5
.5

2.4
3.6
.9
.0
.6
.7

2.1
3.8
.9
.5
.6
.8

2.8
4.0
1.0
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io

2.7
4.3
.9
.6
,7
.8

2.8
4.4
.9
.0
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i.'o

2.7
4.3
.9
.6
.9
.0

3.3
4.5
.8
.6
1.1
.9

4.5
5.5
1.0
.0
1.2
1.1

12
13
14
15
16
17

1.8
.5
.2

2.4
.4
5

1.1

I1 1
2

3.6
,4
.7
1.4
g 7

i3

4.2
.5
.9
1.7
.8
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4.5
.4
,7
2*.l
1.0
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4.4
.4
.6
1.9
1.3

i3

4.5
.4
.6
1.8
1.4
*3

4.5
.5
7
2.0
1.0
A

4.9
.4
7
2.3
1.1

4.5
,4
.7
2.1
.9
.3

4.2
.3
.8
1.8
1.1
.2

4.9
.5
1 1
2.0
1.2
.2

5.0
.4
1.1
2.2
1.2
.2

4.7
.3
9
2.3
1.1
.2

4.4
.2
9
2.0
1.2
,1

4.5
.3
10
2*0
1.1
.1

4.2
.2
1.0
1.9
1.1
,1

4.2
,2
1.0
1.9
1.0
,2

4.4
.2
1.1
2.0
.9
.2

4.5
.2
1.2
2.0
.9
.2

4.7
.2
1.3
2.1
.9
.1

18
19
20
21
22
23

.3
1.1

1. 1
L2

1.0
L3

1.0
I!G

9
1.6

.9
l.*9

9
2.0

.9
2." 2

3

2i3

.8
2.5

.8
2.7

.8
2.7

.7
2.6

.7
2.3

7
2.4

.7
2.3

7
2.2

7
2.3

.6
2.2

.6
2.2

.6
2.1

24
25

.0

#

,i

. i

.2

.1

.2

2

.2

.3

,2

2

.3

.3

.3

2G

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1.1

.2
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i
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,1
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,1
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27
28

4.6

I

2.7

4.8

3.8

2.2
.2
1.6
.1
.2
,1

1.3
.6
.2
.2
.2

|

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4.2
4.8
1.2
.3
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6.0
6.3
1.9
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2

8.5
8.5
3.2
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.2
1.3
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.7

2
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9.3
9.2
3.6
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1.5
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1.0
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.6
.4
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2.4
.2
1.4

1.2
.8

1.3
.9

1.3
.9

.4

\A
.2

.i
2.7
.2
1.3

.4

.3

1.6
.3
.7

1.9

1.0
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-.6

-.2

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.1

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m
t

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.1
.2

-il

.1
-.1

13.0

13.7

13.4

13.8

14.6

16.2

16.6

16.2

17.4

17.7

18.3

18.8

19.6

29

13.4

13.4

14.1

15.5

16.0

15.7

16.8

17.0

17.8

18.2

10.1

30

5.0
.3

4.7
.3
.5
2.7
.3
.8

5.1
.5
.5
2.9
.4
.9

5.5
.8
.4
2.9
.4
1.0

5.3
.9
.4
2.G
.4
1.0

5.2
.7
.4
2.7
.4
1.1

5.6
.8
.5
2.8
.3
1.2

5.6
.9
.4
2.7
.4
1.2

5.7
.4
.4
3.0
.4
1.5

0.0
.4
.4

lie

6.4
.4
.3
3.5
.4
1.7

31
32
33
34
35
3G

0.0
1.5
1.1

5.8
1.3
1.1

6.2
1.3
1.3

6.5
1.2
1.4

7.0
L5

7.0
.9
1.4

7.2
.8
1.0

37
3S
39

2.4
1.0
.8

2.5
.8
.8
.9

2.9
1.1
.8
1.0

3.1
.9
1.0
1.1

40
41
42
43

.7

.5

.6

.5

44

11.3

12,6

11.1

12.4

12.8

13.5

5.0
.7
1.1
1.9
.7
a
.0
2.5
1.0
1.2

5.7
.7
1.9
2.0
.6
14

5.7
.6
2.0
2.0
.4
.6

5.7
.4
1.8
2.5
.4
,7

2.7
i.*6
1.2

3.2
1.5
1.1

4.2
1.2
.9

4.4
1.5
.8

4.5
1.4
.9

4.8
1.3
1.0

5.5
1.4
1.0

1.4
1.0
.3

1.3
1.0

1.4

1.5
1.2
A

1.6
1.2
.4

1.9

1.1
g

.5

1.9
1.4
.5

2.0
1.4
.6

2.2
1.4
.8

2.3
1.4
.9

2.4
1.5
.9

2

.2

.0

.4

.5

.8

.6

.5

.7

.2

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.1

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.8

1.4

r

i

.6

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

84

Table 5.4.~Private Purchases of Producers* Durable
[Millions of dollars]
1929

Lino

5,601

Total private purchases.

1940

1931

1932

1933

4,258 2,698

1,490

1,471 2,155 2,904

1930

Purchases of new equipment
• 5,568 4,241 2,683 1,475 1,460 2,146
Dealers' margins on used equipment (except passenger
cars).
15
15
U
17
Net purchases of used equipment from government
Less: Exports of used equipment
Fale of equipment scrap (except passenger cars)....
5,601 4,258 2,698 1,490 1,471 2,155
Total deluding scrap deduction..

3,974

2.895 3,964

1941

1942

3,468

3,974

5,262

6,578

4,065 3,671 5,002

3,955

5,236

6,561

4,056 3,664 4,975

10

11

12

19

26

17

6,578

2,904

3,974

4,866

3,468

3,974

5,262

155
64
25
131

182
74
43
208

237
94
64
270

198
70
44
204

212
80
54
195

255
96
62
240

121
56
341

33
37

71
17
51
73

31
77
130

176
54
117
195

229
72
119
267

62
79
153

183
57
90
214

200
80
119
475

133
134

151
130

186
173

227
240

335

400

276
292

297
322

104
117

73
65

72
61

88
74

115
92

140
134

172
168

143
127

149
143

339

230

108

80

132

193

246

166
271
1
21

195
331
8
13

315
436
15
21

517
822
7
57

533
849
19
65

371

488
9
85

396
643
8

91

436
701
17
111

524
15
122

374
81
161

374
69
134

82
51
97

45
34
74

22
29
74

101
32
85

196
51
111

356
75
113

142
57
97

Furniture and fixtures
Fabricated metal products.,
Engines and turbines
Tractors

294
112
45
174

194
80
26
112

114
49
12
56

Agricultural machinery (except tractors).
Construction machinery
Mining and oilfield machinery
Metalworking machinery

265
90
143
233

252
71
87
149

114
41
41
89

62
7
30
35

Special-industry machinery, n.e.c
Oeneral industrial, including materials handling, equipment.
Ofllce, computing, and accounting machinery
Service-industry machines
Electrical machinery
Electrical transmission, distribution, and industrial
apparatus.
Communication equipment
Other electrical equipment

407
440

314

210
225

201
186

144
147

443

605
1,105

Trucks, buses, and truck trailers
Passenger cars
Aircraft

41

Ships and boats
Railroad equipment
Instruments
Miscellaneous equlpment-

49

1044

4,855 3,456

4,866

142
57
17

363
132
54
186

1943

4,065

3,671

5,002

249
117
26

201
147
47
84

214
174
91
303

215
667

280
74
117
629

180
66
112
592

349
39
164
487

335
344

.356
367

297
249

290

361
509

173
162

215
179

167
150

119
174

174

493

649

359

325

672

506
715
23
57

685
948
39
133

752
1,158
35
185

134
251
6
197

146

170
71
108

313
61
140

408
59
184

394
32
148

263

67
136

Table 5.5.—Private Purchases of Producers* Durable Equipment
[Billions of 1958 dollars]
Lino
1
o
3
4
5

1929

Total excluding scrap deduction

1932

1933

1934

1935

9.9

6.6

3.8

4.3

5.6

7.5

12.5

9.9

6.5

3.8

4.2

5.5

.1

.0

.0

.0

.0

12.6

Purchases of new equipment
Dealers' margins on used eouioment (exceot Dassenirer cars^
Net purchases of used equipment from government
Less: Exports of used equipment

1931

12.6

Total private purchases

1930

9.9

6.6

3.8

1941

1942

1943

1944

12.1

14.2

7.9

7.2

9.6

9.4

12.1

14.2

7.9

7.2

9.6

.0

.0

.1

.0

.0

.0

.i

11.8

8.1

9.4

12.1

14.2

7.9

7.2

9.6

1937

1938

1939

10.3

11.8

8.1

9.4

7.5

10.3

11.7

8.0

.0

.0

.0

.0

4.3

5.6

7.5

10.3

1936

1940

8
9
10
11

Furniture and fixtures
Fabricated metal products
Engines and turbines
Tractors

.7
.3
.2
.3

.6
.3
.1
.2

.4
.2
.1
.2

.2
.1
.0
.1

.2
.1
.0
.0

.3
.1
.1
.1

.3
.2
.1
.2

.4
.2
.1
.3

.5
.2
.2
.4

.4
.2
.1
.3

.5
.2
.2
.3

.5
.2
.2
.4

.7
.3
.1
.6

.5
.3
.1
.3

.4
.3
.1
.1

.4
,4
.2
,5

12
13
14
15

Agricultural machinery (except tractors)
Construction machinery
Mining and oilfield machinery
Metalworking machinery

.6
.3
.4
.5

.5
.2
.3
.4

.2
.1
.1
.2

.1
,0
.1
.1

.1
.0
.1
.1

.1
.1
.2
.2

.3
.1
.3
.3

.4
.2
.4
.5

.5
.2
.4
.6

.5
.2
.2
.3

.4
.2
.3
.5

.4
.2
.4
1.0

.6
.2
.6
1.3

.5
.2
.3
1.2

.4
.2
.3
1.1

.7
,1
.4
,9

16
17

Special-industry machinery, n.e.c
General industrial, including materials handling, equip*
ment.
Ofllce, computing, and accounting machinery
Service-industry machines

1 0
1.2

.9

.7

.4

.5
.4

.5
.5

.6

.8
1.0

.9
1.1

.7
.8

.7

.7
.9

.7
.9

.6
.6

5
.7

,7
1.2

.2
2

.1

.1

.1
.1

.1
.2

.2

.2
.3

.2
.3

.2

.2

.2

.3

.2

.2
3

.2
.4

.2

.3

.3

.3

.3

.2

0

1.2

.2

.2

.4

.5

.7

.5

.6

.9

1.0

.6

1.6

1.0

1.4

1 4
.0
.3

2 0
.1
.2

1.5
2.6

1.8
2.8

.1
.4

.1
.5

.3
.4
.0
.5

.0
.6

., 4
.1
.2

4
.1
.2

.7
.1
.3

.9
.1
.4

.8
.1
.3

.5

1

.7
.1

.2

,3

18
19
20
21

Electrical machinery
Electrical transmission, distribution, and industrial

22
23

Communication equipment
Other electrical equipment

24
25
20
27

Trucks, buses, and truck trailers
Passenger cars
Aircraft .
Ships and boats
_

28
29
30

.3

Railroad equipment
Instruments
Miscellaneous equipment




.7

R

.2

-I.I.IIIII

mini " " " I
1 4

O a

.3
1.0
.4

1
T

17

....III

....... .......

"
I

.0
.3
1.0
.3

.0
.3

.0
.1

.6
1.0
.3
.0

.2
.1
.2

.1
.1
.2

.1
.1
.2

.5
.7

.9
1.2
.0
.1

1.2
1.9
.0
.0

1.6
2.4
.0
,2

2 4
.1
.2

.3
.1

.3
.1
.2

.5
.1
.3

.9
.1
.2

.2

.7
.2
.0
.3

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

85

Equipment by Type: Annually, 1929-65
[Millions of dollars]
1948

1949

1950

1951

1946

1947

10,208

15,888

18,051

16,609

18,654

20,651

15,283
142

17,728
• 153

16,496
130

18,519
175

20,419
207

87

283
72
41

42
43

73
32
81

7,285

1952

169
42
102

1945

9,644
97

7,166
119

82

1953

1954

20,216

21,503

20,552

23,804

26,468

28,375

25,028

20,093
183

21,483
178

20,453
161

23,697
215

26,262
245

28,199
234

24,852
211

43
25
78

—30
25
103

15
36
41

77
61
124

181
62
158

131
73

85
57
63

1955

1956

1957

116

1958

1959

1960

1961

1962

28,435

30,283

28,647

32,460

28,175
264

30,012
265

23,420
255

32,176
295

114
40
78

118
45
67

106
56
78

108
59
60

25,091

28,513

30,350

23,725

1,313
1,042
659
892

1,429
954
608
1,049

1,547
981
601
676

1,516
944
524
776

1,223
864
425
1,332

1,223
1,049
523
1,408

1,106
944
503
l t 663

1963

1964

1965

Lino

34,815

39,703

44,815

34,446
339

39,311
393

44,350
460

138
45
63

156
64
93

202
77
126

32,520

34,878

39,796

44,941

1,678
924
503
849

1,910
1,026
529
1,013

2,028
1,217
554
1,215

2,354
1,254
453
1,411

8
9
10
11

1,089
862
455
1,470

1,141
952
462
1,642

1,365
1,239
575
1,872

1,483
1,421
654
2,290

1,635
1,653
803
2,934

12
13
14
15

7,285

10,241

15,975

18,092

16,652

18,735

20,753

20,294

21,606

20,593

23,928

26,626

292
215
193
327

504
336
50
268

538
143
490

672
541
216
706

644
442
208
772

700
483
275
823

934
659
225

887
762
313
871

873
825
311
835

981
877
455
676

1,167
818
421
892

1,312
940
445
857

414
276
293
600

344
419
207
785

663
504
243
825

967
671
332
692

1,003
451
268
468

1,042
514
332
726

1,094
620
449
1,056

1,102
701
452
1,159

998
664
436
1,483

944
549
409
1,653

995
742
558
1,416

890
913
617
1,948

£31
742

774
747

1,242
1,024

1,295
1,063

1,056
823

1,251
848

1,466
1,056

1,293
999

1,381
1,213

1,251
1,244

1,533
1,500

1,795
1,753

1,812
1,887

1,641
1,632

1,811
1,719

2,132
1,913

2,009
1,773

2,234
1,898

2,185
2,080

2,559
2,621

2,672
2,656

16
17

229
345

434
506

575
965

637
1,378

560
947

618
974

710
895

733
955

812
1,126

795
1,079

911
1,223

1,083
1,396

1,373
1,476

1,352
1,299

1,417
1,404

1,664
1,431

1,617
1,435

1,950
1,664

2,246
1,693

2,500
1,910

2,862
2,074

18
19

778

1,002
431

1,752
783

1,715
753

1,553
684

1,879
852

2,290
1,158

2,677
1,355

2,892
1,458

2,802,
1,528

2,955
1,516

3,653
1,906

4,151
2,143

3,550
1,822

3,363
1,954

4,421
2,161

4,460
2,040

4,730
2,115

4,630
2,099

5,311
2,484

5,621
2,811

20
21

444
127

737
232

725
237

647
222

735
292

853
279

1,076
246

1,192
242

1,048
226

1,161
278

1,703
305

1,434
244

1,647

1,969
291

2,124
296

2,293
322

2,047
484

2,271
556

2,490
620

22
23

937
172
48
195

1,420
1,048178
255

2,115
1,998
129
586

2,542
2,293
59
273

2,161
2,986
113
167

2,555
3,586
76
157

2,878
2,801
85
331

2,270
2,298
198
371

2,245
2,731
191
341

2,117
2,627
215
182

2,901
276

3,055
2,681
381
429

2,865
2,822
516
560

2,508
2,236
375
539

3,474
2,839
857
503

3,640
3,091
330
449

3,377
2,718
8O.->
393

4,342
3,314
1,020
412

4,766
3,643
630
343

4,846
3,827
1,016
526

5,370
4,471
1,391
530

24
2.S
26
27

332
ISO
186

367
275
322

645
407
441

1,069
453
518

1,143
427
460

1,101
631
521

1,015
682
552

586
587
564

739
677

932
829
717

1,262
912
762

561
310
838

591
933

746

4S6
517

1,224
586
506

474
1,103
875

676
1,190

602
1,473
1,047

1,007
1,723
1,188

1,157
1,942
1,342

28
29
30

1961

1962

1963

1964

1965

28,491
1,283
1,126
632
767
880
814

*y Type in Constant Dollars: Annually, 1929-65
>
[Billions of 1958 dollars]
1945

1946

U.I

1947

17.7

25.7

1949
22.6

1950

24.3

1951
25.5

1952
24.6

1953
25.8

1954
24.5

1955
27.7

1956

28.8

1957
29.1

1958
25.0

1959
27.9

1960
29.6

23.1

31.7

34.0

Line

33.5

43.2

1
2
3
4
5
6

16.7
.2
1.0
.2
.0

23.5
.2
1.1
.1
.1

25.2
.2
.4
.1
.0

22.4
.2
.1
.1
.0

24:6
.2
.1
.0
.1

25.2
.3
.2
.1
.1

24.4
.2
.1
.0
.1

25.7
.2
.0
.0
.1

24.4
.2
.0
.0
.0

27.5
.3
.1
.1
.1

28.6
.3
.2
.1
.1

28.9
.2
.1
.1
.1

24.9
.2
.1
.1
.1

27.6
.3
.1
.0
.1

29.4
.3
.1
.0
.1

27.8
.2
.1
.1
.1

31.5
.3
.1
.1
.1

33.7
.3
.1
.0
.1

38.1
.4
.2
.1
.1

M.1

17.8

24.7

25.7

22.6

24.9

25.6

24.7

25.9

24.5

27.8

29.0

29.2

25.1

28.0

29.7

23.1

31.8

34.1

33.6

43.3

7

1.5
.9
.6
.6

1.5
.9
.6
.7

1.6
.9
.5
.8

1.9
1.0
.6
.9

2.0
1.2
.6
1.1

1*2
.5
1.2

8
9
10
11

1.2
1.2
.5
1.7

.6
2.1

1.4
1.5
.8
2.6

12
13
14
15

13.9

.9
.7
.1
.4

.8
.6

.6
.9

1.0
.9
.3
.7

.9
.8
.4
1.0

.9
.6
.4
1.0

.9
.7
.5
1.1

1.1
.8
.4
1.1

1.1
.9
.5
1.0

1.0
1.0
.5
1.0

1.1
1.1
.7
.8

1.3
1.0
.6
1.0

1.4
1.0
.5
.9

1.3
1.1
.8

:9

1.4
.9
.6
1.0

1.0
1.0
.7
2.1

.9

1.2
1.0
.5
1.4

1.0
.9
.5
1.6

1.0
.8
.4
1.4

1.0
.9

2.0

1.2
9
.4
1.3

7
. /

L3

1.1
.9
.5
1.6

1.4
1.0
.6
1.2

1.3
.7
.4
.8

1.3
.7
.5
1.1

1.3
.8
.6
1.5

1.3
.9
.6
1.5

1.1
.8
.6
1.9

1.1
.7
.5
2.1

1.1
.9
.7
1.7

1.7

1.4
1.6

2.2
1.9

2.1
1.8

1.6
1.3

1.8
1.3

1.9
1.4

1.7
1.3

1.8
1.6

1.6
1.6

1.3
1.8

2.0
2.0

1.9
2.0

1.6
1.6

1.8
1.7

2.0
1.8

1.9
1.7

2.1
1.8

2.0
2.0

2.3
2.4

2.3
2.4

16
17

.3
.5

.6

.7
1.1

.8
1.5

.7
1.0

.7
1.1

.8

.8
1.0

.9
1.2

.9
1.1

1.1
1.4

1.4
1.5

1.4
1.3

1.4
1.4

1.6
1.5

1.6
1.5

1.9
1.7

2.2
1.7

2.4
1.9

2.8
2.1

18
19

.9

coo

.5
.5
.4
.5

not

'""2"

42.7
.5
.2
.1
.1

coco

24.6

1948

1.4

1.5

2.3
1.2

2.2
1.1

2.0
1.0

2.3
1.2

2.6
1.5

3.1
1.7

3.3
1.3

3.2
1.9

3.4
1.9

3.9
2.1

4.2
2.2

3.6
1.8

3.8
1.9

4.4
2.1

4.5
2.1

4.8
2.2

4.7
2.2

5.4
2.6

6.2
3.1

20
21

.8
.3

.8
.3

.7

.8

.8
.3

1.1
.3

1.3
.2

1.1
.2

1.2
.3

1.5
.3

1.7

1.5
.2

1.6
.3

2.0
.3

2.1
.3

2.3
.3

2.0
.5

2.3
,6

2.4
.6

22
23

o
• 0

3.3
2.8
.2
1.0

3.7
3.0
.1
.4

3.0
3.7
.2
.2

3.6
4.4
.1
.2

3.7
3.3
.1
.4

2.8
2.6
.2
.5

2.8
3.1
.2
.4

2.6
3.1
.3
.2

3.5
3.9
.2
.3

3.4
3.0
.4
.5

3.0
2.9
.5
.6

2.5
2.2

3.6
3.0
.8
.4

3.4
2.7
.8
.4

4.4
3.2
1.0

is

3.4
2.7
.8
.5

4.8
3.6
.6
.4

4.9
3.8
1.0
.5

5.4
4.5
1.3
.6

24
25
26
27

1.3
.8
.6

.7
.7
.6

.8
.9
.7

1.0
.9
.7

1.3
.9
.8

.6
.8
.3

.6
.9
.9

1.0
.9

.5
1.1
.9

.7
1.1
1.0

.6
1.4
1.1

1.0
1.6
1.3

1.1
1.8
1.4

28
29
30

U
M

.7

;;1.8
.2
.1
.5

2.5
1.7
.3
.5

.7

.6
.4
.5
•

—

1.0
.6
.6
—




1.6
.6
.6

1.7
.6
.6

1.2
.6
.6

1.6
.7
.5

1.4
.8
.6

!e

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

80

Table 5.6.—Change in Business
[Millions of dollars]
1029

Lino
I

5
4

1930

|

1931

|

1932 | 1933

|

1934

1937

1935

1940

1939

1938

1941

1942

1943

1944

I 751
,
1,099
652

-630
-53
-577

-985
-410
-57S

-1,148
460
-1,003

-2,480
110
-2, 590

-1,564
-194
-1,370

-735
-930
195

1,074
693
376

1,260
-S06
2,066

2,542
816
1,726

-914
132
-1,046

411
95
316

2,183
281
1,902

4,469
420
4,049

-83
101
-274

-1,608
-1,149
-459

-2,590
-1,816
-774

-1,370
-871
-499

195
182
13

376
217
159

2,066
1,589
477

1,726
1,520
206

-1,046
-920
-126

316
251
65

1,902
1,686
316

4,049
3,318
731

652
470
182

-4.09S
-3,009
-1,029

-4.G33
-3,563
-1,070

-3,932
-2,863
-1,069

1,293
1,272
26

874
807
67

653
444
209

2,924
2,327
597

1,786
1,551
235

-2,230
-1,883
-347

1,196
965
231

2,147
1,786
361

7,135
5,789
1,346

2,223
1 674
549

352
315
37

614
472
142

harifcv In book value.
Corporate
Noncorporate

«352
-269
-83

1,030
13C

hnnuu In nonfurm inventories..
Corporate
Noncorporate

1,714
-122
1,836
1,836
1,553
278

Chance In buflincs* inventories, totah...
Farm
Nonf.vrm

4,015
3,200
755

3,025
2,414
Gil

1,342
1,047
295

-2,663
-2,143
-525

-679
-625
-54

-277
-227
-50

-858
-738
-120

-60
-31
-29

1,184
963
221

-880
-714
-166

-245
-200
-45

3,086 -1 571
2,471 -1 204
-615
-367

-773
-156

Inventory valuation adjustment
Corporate
Noncorporate
Chance In nonform Inventories by industrial croup.
M:\uu ( icturlng
Change In b?iok value
Inventory valuation adjustment

-83

1,836

4

-577
-575
- 4 5 8 :—1,070
- 1 1 9 1 495
-219
-783
564
-356
-287

-1,608 - 2 , 5 9 0 -1,370

195

376

2,066

1,726 - 1 , 0 4 6

316

1,902

4,049

652

-577

-575

-578
828
-1,400

136
59S
-462

213
381
-168

1,095
1,586
-491

1,340
4

-631
-1,268
637

214
713
-499

1,218
1,357

2,567
4,151
-1,534

1,553
2,324
-771

244
823
-579

-814
-593
-221

-

AH other
Change, in book value
Inventory valuation adjustment

911
59S
313

747
-1,553
2,300

-594
-2,239
1,645

-1,155
-1,846
691

31
-74
105

Wholesale* trade
Ch.'Ui^o in book value
Inventory valuation adjustment

Retail trade
Change iti book value
Inventory valuation adjustment

|

54
-527
5S1

-413
-832
410

-175
-358
183

-89
268
-357

66
226
-160

1
9
-8

2S6
487
-201

210
70
140

-198
-403
205

77
236
-159

183
173
10

221
846
-625

-554
-279
-275

-234
-66
-168

202
233
-31

250
77
173

-457
•1,314
857

-316
•1,037
771

-695
-1,078
383

-488
220
-708

-43
-17
-31

297
378
-81

796
-128

53
19S
-145

-164
-467
303

97
291
-194

482
563
-81

851
1,633
-782

-411
87

-462
-316
-146

-58
17
-75

044
621
23

-427
-704
277

-285
-475
190

-565
-650
85

-215
-18
-197

41
' 67
-26

-135
-115
-20

119
178

-53
-92

-72
44
-28

19
54
-35

410
505
-95

64
91
-27

-125
-89

95
124
-29

Table 5.7.—Comparison of Personal Saving in the National Income and Product Accounts
[Billions of dollarsi
Lino
Increase in financial assets i_
Currency and demand deposits
Time deposits
Saving snares
U.S. savings bonds
Other U.S. Government securities
State and local government securities

6.5

13.2

-.2
2.2

1.3

-2.7
.8
1.3

-2.2
.9
1.6

3.1
.4
1.7

4.0
1.9
2.3

1.0
-3.0

Corporate and other bonds
Investment company shares...
Other preferred and common stock

9.1

5.3
5.3
1.2

„

2.0
-.7
.3

1.6
-.2
1.0

1.5
-.2
.4

.3
-.4
.5

.0
.1

-.2
.3
.7

-.4
.3

-.5
-.7
.4
-.1
.4
1.3

-.7

6.7

10.8

14.3

1955

1954

1953

1952

1951

1950

1949

1943

1947

1940

18.6

17.0

22.1

2.8
4.2
3.3

.5
4.2
4.0

1.1
4.3
4.7

.2
3.2
5.2

.1
.3

.2
.2
1.8

.6
-1.7
.7

.3
1.9
1.8

.4
.6
1.1

.2
.5
.5

-.2
.6

3.3
1.1
1.7

3.1
1.1
2.0

3.5
1.2
2.2

3.7
1.3
2.3
35.1
21.1
14.0

19.7

j

.7

,
|

3.1

3.5

3.3

3.5

3.7
""9

2.8
1.0
1.5

12,8
5.5
7.2

16.5
8.3

25.4
12.1
13.3

20.0
10.7
9.3

29.6
15.6
14.0

29.0
15.8
13.2

26.9
15.3
11.7

27.5
16.2
11.3

29.4
16.8
12.6

Capital consumption allowances
Xonfarm homes
Other

5.2
2.0
3.2

6.4
2.2
4.2

7.5
2.4
5.1

8.6
2.6
6.0

9.5
2.9
6.7

10.9
3.3
7.6

11.7
3.5
8.2

12.5
3.9

13.3
4.3
9.0

Increase In debt

7.0

10.3

10.7

8.5

18.6

10.2

14.6

11.5

15.3

7.2
1.1
3.7
A

Private insurance reserves
Private insured pension reserves
Private nonlnsurcd pension reserves

..

Gross Invcatmen tin tangible assets
Nonfarm homes
Noncorporate business structures, equipment, and
inventories.

Mortgage debt on nonfarm homes
Other mortgage debt
Consumer credit
Securities loans
Other debt

3.1
.5
2.3
-2.3
3.4

Personal sarfng-SEC (1+14-17-20)
Personal saving—National income and product
accounts.
Difference between lines 26 and 27
Addenda:
Government insurance and pension reserves
Armed Forces leave bonds

13.7
15.2
-1.5

,

3.9
.7
3.6

4.7
.8
2.4
.4
2.3

3.9
.9
2.6
.3
.7

6.5
1.2
3.7
.2
7.1

7.0
1.4
1.0
-.3
1.1

6.1
1.1
4.4
.6
2.4

9.0

13.6

9.6

12.2

22.1

20.4

13.4

9.4

13.1

17.3

18.1

4.9

2.2

3.8

1.5

1.7
.2

1.9
.0

1.7
.0

1.7
.0

7.3
1.6

.2

1.7
.2

2.0
.3

Excludes changes in government insurance and pension reserves and Armed Forces leave bonds.




1.8
.1

-1.0

22.1

1.2
1.0
.9
3.9
17.9
16.4

8
9.3
23.9
12.0
1.6
6.2
.6
3.5
19.3
15.8

18.3
3.5

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OP THE UNITED STATES

87

Inventories: Annually, 1929-65
[Millions of dollars]
1946

1945

1947

1948

1949

1950

1951

1952

1953

1954

1955

1950

1057

1953

1959

1960

1061

19C2

1003

1901

Lino

-1,034
-439
-595

-462
6,379
29 -1,760
6,350 1,298

4,708 -3,075
-866
1,732
2,976 -2,209

6,789
789
6,000

10,296
1,239
9,057

3,133
987
2,146

447 -1,543
586
-621
1,068 -2,129

5,953
4G7
5,4S6

4,695
-3S0
5,075

1,335 - 1 , 4 9 1
534
84S
801 - 2 , 3 3 9

4,757
-8
4,765

3,569
233
3,336

2,022
279
1,743

6,004
714
5,290

5,860
785
5,081

4,GCG
-5'J4
VJG0

9,081
8,140

I
2
3

-595
-1,027
432

6,350
5,967
383

1,298
1,240
58

2,976 -2,209
2,053 -1,721
923
-488

6,000
4,823
1,177

9,057
8,652
505

2,146
2,231
-85

1,068 -2,129
812 -1,927
256 -202

5,486
4,927
559

5,075
4,884
191

801 - 2 , 3 3 9
582 - 2 , fi37
219
193

4,765
4,140
G19

3,336

3,011
305

1,743
1,521
222

5,290
4,686
004

5,081
4,343
738

5.2C0
4,430
830

8.14G
0, hO5
1,311

4
5
6

75
-463
53S

13,318
11,230
2,088

8,668
7,139
1,529

5,638 -4,528
4,205 -3,577
1,333
-951

12,059
9,788
2,271

10,583
9,751
832

964
1,250
-286

2,233 -1,762
1,809 -1,609
424
-153

7,420
6,663
757

8,270
7,577
G93

2.G40 - 2 , 0 2 3
2,121 - 2 , 2 8 2
254
519

5,370
4,611
759

3,163
2,839
321

1,762
1,673
1S9

5,021
4,434
687

5.CS3
4,811
772

5,735
4,803
872

H[280

1,715

7
S
0

-605
-465
-140

173
192
-19

-19
-52
33

269
252
17

-502
-4GS
-34

-475
-433
-42

-1,840
-1.475
-074

10
11
12

-6,968 -7,370 -2,562
-5,263 -5,899 -2,152
-410
-1,705 -1,471

-670
-564
-106

2,319 -6,059 -1,526
1,856 -4,965 -1,199
463 -1,094
-327

1,182 -1,165
981 -997
201 -168

-367 - 1 , 9 3 4 - 3 , 1 9 5 - 1 , 8 3 9
-318 - 1 , 7 3 6 - 2 , 6 9 3 - 1 , 5 3 9
-300
-502
-49
-198

-311
-255
-56

6,000

9,057

2,146

1,068 -2,129

5,075

801 - 2 , 3 3 9

4,765

3,336

1,743

5,290

5,081

5,2C0

8,14G

13

1,271 -1,580
450
-1,556 2,901
2,164
2,749 -2,743
4,412
-1,121 6,163
5,496
1,163 -3,332
-435 -3,262 -3,962 -1,478

7,872
8,477
-605

1,863
1,185
678

3,757
2,626
1,172 - 2 , 5 8 2
4,008
5,437
1,874 - 2 , 2 6 0
-322 -1,382 -1,680
-702

-322 -2,071
642 - 1 , 8 6 5
-20G
-904

2,118
2,484
-366

1,347
1,015
332

1,132
1,204
-132

2,791
2,043
143

1,990
2,494
-504

2,671
2,904
-333

4,219
4,978
-750

14
15
16

6,350

-595

1,298

2,976 -2,209

5,486

560
-21
815
665 2,081
1,084
-105 -1,266 -1,105

566
706
-140

4
1,356
-401
2,458
405 -1,102

308
604
-296

323
1
322

100
203
-103

282
244
33

1, US
1,195
-80

434
1,062
-628

-183
214
-397

-12
18
-30

1,530
1,467
63

173
312
-139

615
553
02

649
687
62

1,314
1,322
22

1,131
1,142
-11

1,203
1,002
-423

17
18
10

272 2,048
603
358 4,094
2,249
-86 -2,046 -1,646

1,229
1,777
-548

2,131
-353
3,351
-899
641 -1,220

39
526
-487

-36
-255
219

405
645
-240

•144
215
-71

2,092
2,294
-202

183
863
-680

779
1,226
-447

-242
-195
-47

1,006
1,203
-197

1,331
1,524
-143

-484
-522
38

1,670
1,657
22

1,406
1,429
—23

1,130
1,180
-50

2,158
2,722
-504

20
21

129
173
-44

-90
306
-396

-275
-485
210

838
976
-138

-4
33
-37

-609
-489
-120

27
39
-12

-347
-77
-270

701
90S
-207

527
553
-31

-14
14
-28

111
216
-105

435
312
123

4S0
467
13

171
134
37

341
333
3

423

soy
-81

606
003
-07

23
24
25

586
980
-394

266
923
-657

349
754
-405

With That of the Securities and Exchange Commission: Annually, 1946-65
[Billions of dollars]
Line

1956

Increase in financial assets *

23.0

22.9

1962

1061

1960

1959

1953

1957

10G3

1005

1904

25.6

29.9

18.5

29.0

37.0

42.4

49.3

52.5

-2.5
4.9
8.2

.4
9.1
9.2

2.8
14.9
9.9

G.8

7.0
12.3
11.3

10.0
15.3
9.3
.0
1.8
2.4

1.2
3.7
5.3

-1.5
6.3
5.2

1.9
8.3
6.4

.0
3.5
7.2

-.1
1.8
1.5

-1.9
2.2
2.2

-.5
-1.9
.8

-1.8
9.2
1.8

-.2
-2.5
1.7

-1.8
1.2

.4
.3
.3

.4
1.2
.5

1.2
1.2
.3

1.3
1.8
-.4

.1
2.0
-1.1

.4
1.8
-2.1

.4
3.1
-2.5

-.1
2.0
-3.4

.9
3.3
2.4
.9
2.0
-2.5

3.S
1.2
2.7

3.0
1.6
3.1

3.3
1.5

2.9
2.0
3.6

3.8
1.4
4.1

4.3
1.4
4.2

4.8
2.0
4.9

5.3
2.1
5.G

Gross investment in tangible assets
Nonfarm homes
_.-.
Noncorporate business strucTuresVeq^pment, and
inventories.

33.3
20.2
13.2

32.3
18.1
14.2

32.7
17.3
15.5

37.3
21.4
16.0

3.6
1.3
4.0
34.9
19.7
15.2

33.7
17.6
16.1

37.5
13.7
18.8

39.1
19.0
20.1

39.5
19.0
19.9

43.5
19.5
24.0

Capital consumpUon allowances
Nonfarm homes
Other...
Increase in debt

15,2
5.0
10.2

16.3
5.4
10.8

16.9
5.8
11.1

17.9
6.2
11.7

18.5
6.6
11.9

19.0
7.0
12.0

19.9
7.4
12.5

20.9
7.9
13.0

22.2
8.4
13.8

23.3
8.9
14.3

18.1

15.4

15.9

27.1

22.2

21.3

31.2

35.4

37.0

42.3

8.2
2.2
.2

12.5
2.5
6.1

10.9
3.3
1.5
1.0
4.6

12.5
4.7
5.0
1.1
7.9

14.9
5.6
6.3
.9

15.6
6.1
6.5
.1

15.4
0.2
9.0
.0

Currency and demand deposits.
Time deposits..
Saving sh
U.S. saving bonds
Other U.S. Government securities
state and local government securities
Corporate and other bonds
investment company shares
_
utner preferred and common stock

•
•

Private insurance reserves
private insured pension reserves
Private noninsured pension reserves

•

10.6
1.6
3.3
-.8
3.4

Jfortgage debt on nonfarm homes..
Other mortgage debt
^onsumer credit
Personal saving—SEC (1+14-17-20)

-

saving-National income and product
Difference between lines 26 and 27
Addenda:
sura
S? 1 1 i nleavA hnnd Pension reserves..
nce an<*
Forces




^8

8.1
1.5
2.5

si?

10.9
2.4
4.2
.3
4.5
12.6

22.5

23.4

17.0

21.2

21.6

1.9
3.7
.0

23.1

23.5

25.6

22.3

20.6

20.7

22.3

19.1

2.5

2.7

3.3

3.2

-4.4

1.3

2.3
.0

2.6
.0

2.9
.0

3.0
.0

3.2
.0

3.2
.0

n.G

11.7
1.2
.7

1.8

7.7

8.8

11.G

25.3

29.6

30.5

19.9

21.5

23.7

5.4

5.1

4.8

4.0
.0

4.0
.0

5.0
.0

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

85)

6. Income and Employment by Industry
Table

]>ft

6.1

Compensation of Employees by Industry: Annually, 1929- 65

_

_

6.2

Wages and Salaries by Industry: Annually, 1929-65

6.3
6.4

Average Number of Full-Time and Part-Time Employees by Industry: Annually,
1929-65
Number of Full-Time Equivalent Employees by Industry: Annually, 1929-65....

6.5

Average Annual Earnings Per Full-Time Employee by Industry:

90
94

1929-65

9g
102

Annually,

.

106

6.6

Number of Persons Engaged in Production by Industry: Annually, 1929-65

110

6.7

Supplements to Wages and Salaries by Industry Division: Annually, 1929-65___

114

6.8

Income of Unincorporated Enterprises by Industry Division: Annually, 1929-65-

114

6.9

Noncorporate Capital Consumption Allowances by Industry Division: Annually,
1929-65

I

-

-

114

6.10

Inventory Valuation Adjustment by Industry Division: Annually, 1929- 65

116

6.11
6.12

Net Interest by Industry Division: Annually, 1929-65
Corporate Profits (Before Tax) and Inventory Valuation Adjustment by Broad
Industry Groups: Annually, 1929-65, and Seasonally Adjusted Quarterly
Totals at Annual Rates, 1946-65
Corporate Profits Before Tax by Industry: Annually, 1929-65
_.

116

6.13
6.14

116
118

Federal and State Corporate Profits Tax Liability by Industry: Annually,
1929-65

122

6.15

Corporate Profits After Tax by Industry: Annually, 1929-65

126

6.16

Net Corporate Dividend Payments by Industry: Annually, 1929-65....

130

6.17

Undistributed Corporate Profits by Industry: Annually, 1929- 65

134

6.18

Corporate Capital Consumption Allowances by Industry: Annually, 1929-65...

138

6.19

Corporate Sales by Industry: Annually, 1929-65

142




-.-

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES
Table 6.1.—Compensation of Employees by
[Millions of dollars]
1929

1930

1931

1932

1033

1934

1935

1936

1937

51,098

46,345

39,751

31,064

29,547

34,302

37,345

42, 914

47,934

Agriculture, forestry, &nd fisheries..

1,419

1,291

1,022

757

695

755

864

954

1,105

Fnrms
Agricultural services, forestry, find fisherios.
Mining

1,304
115

1,181
110

918
104

673
84

620
75

682
73

778
86

871
83

992
113

9S3
102

1,539

1,349

Oil

698

700

927

935

1,162

1,363

1,170

204
265
CIS
326
126

160
256
515
298
111

104
208
387
228
84

5
4
153
266
172
63

53
134
284
182
47

69
162
394
245
57

89
143
430
262
61

130
142
515
296
79

206
141
573
351
97

143
123

2,540

2,142

1,529

863

639

788

920

1,350

1,463

1,348

16,243

13,991

10,933

7,783

7,921

9,746

10,961

12,672

15,186

12,493

7,623

6,980

6,008

4,667

4,734

5,498

5,918

7,214

6,600

1,586
143
1,465
1,055
435
1,243
671
248
283
494

1,540
131
1,207
916
417
1,248
629
248
224
420

1,346
109
1.072
784
355
1,071
536
200
169
366

1,115
85
774
561
277
843
420
166
133
293

1,149
74
903
572
283
722
428
156
142
305

1,344
84
1,012
693
337
813
502
181
178
354

1,411
84
1,117
783
362
872
532
204
184
369

1,532
90
1,178
850
403
958
584
219
213
381

1,731
101
1,303
895
476
1,076
701
265
243
423

1,644
93

8,620

7,011

4,925

3,116

3,187

4,248

5,043

6,264

7,972

713
617
627
2,147
544
1,408
868
264
982
450

547
491
533
1,820
421
1,185
720
256
636
402

309
389
390
1,230
326
783
491
163
515
324

179
255
243
736
207
497
290
113
370
221

201
255
231
821
207
600
306
94
352
220

255
278
290
1,089
267
685
413
134
571
266

303
329
334
1,314
321
832
466
146
694
304

384
399
410
1,703
3S3
1,050
582
209
798
346

459
464
506
2,196
434
1,391
778
286
1,007
401

4,813

4,332

3,622

2.736

2,537

2,766

2,961

3,357

3,762

3,380

154
14
34
107

1,894
405
327
162
17
36
120

2,154
435
366
193
22
40
142

2,377
471
426
238
28
49
173

2,100
450
416
180
31
46
157
733

Lino
All Industries, total

MctM mining
Anthrnclto mining
Bituminous ami other soft coal mining..
Crude petroleum nnd natural gas
.Vomnctaltlc mining nnd quarrying
Contract construction..
Manufacturing
Nondurable goods...
Food and kindred products
Tobacco manufactures
Textile mill products
Apparel and other finished fabric products..
Paper and allied products
Printing, publishing, and allied Industries
Chemicals and allied products
Products of petroleum nnd coal.....
Rubber products
leather and leather products

-

•
--—

Durable goods
Lumber nnd timber basic products
Furniture and finished lumber products
_
Stone, clay, and glass prod nets
rron and steel and their products, including ordnance...
N'onferrous metals and their products
Machinery, except electrical
Electrical machinery
Transportation equipment, except automobiles
Automobiles and automobile equipment
Miscellaneous manufacturing
Transportation
K&llroads
Izxxil and highway passenger transportation
Highway freight transportation and warehousing
Water transportation
._
Air transportation (common carriers)
Pipeline transportation
Services allied to transportation

-

3,303
661
333
215
5
48
248
766

Telephone, telegraph, and related services
Radio broadcasting and television

1,752
435

263
137
14
29
106

373
253
144
14

1,782

Finance, Insurance, and real estate

_

Banking
Security and commodity brokers, dealers, and exchanges.
Finance, n.e.c
Insurance carriers
Insurance agents and combination offices

423
1,494
377
1,009
569

235
631

362

674
21

713

565
24

499
21

629
25

542
27

587
34

45

49

662

725

812

815

735
27

790

26

697
23
7,341

8,442

2,382
4,301

2,597
4,744

2,934
5)463

5,340

2,111

2,313

2,524

2,460

516
234
184
604
180
313

524
206
201
645
190
345

542
252
233
639
206
391

574
260
256
758
224
452

5S6
197
234
769
22S
446

4,786

803

742

570

616

771
32

602
26

547
23

591
25

8,766

712
30
7,634

5,956

5,331

6,159

3,220
5,546
2,803

2,757
4,877

2,152
3,804

1,895
3,436

2,527

2,145

1,939

2,192
3,967
2,031

784
408
257
821
240
479

Retail trade- and automobile services

IM

377

621

2,989

_

272

569

9,374

Local utilities and public services, n.e.c
Wholesale and retail trade

1,061
843
432

554

3,397
5,977

Utilities: electric and gas

ll

520

783

_.

44,996

539

751
32

Electric, gas, nnd sanitary services

Wholesale trade

754
15

2,407
541
295
168
13
38
160

769

756
10

Communication

2,926
621
322
195
9
42
217

193S

739
321
247
828
232
441

670
267
223
777
210

532
235
198
648
187
295

499
245
178
579
166
272

5,533

5,277

4,609

3,763

3,368

3,688

3,904

4,310

Hotels and other lodging places
Services services
_._.
Personal
Private households
Commercial and trade schools and employment agencies
Business services, n.e.c
Miscellaneous repair services and hand trades
Motion pictures
Amusement and recreation, except motion pictures,
Medical and other health services
Legal services
Engineering and other professional services, n.e.c-Educational services, n.e.c
Nonprofit membership organizations, n,e.c

427
755
1,718
34
359
103
310
323
393
124
81
296
605

409
730
1,485
33
371
106
313
299
406
131
75
307
612

343
646
1,143
27
311
93
307
256
336
132
55
311

258
526
836
19
262
83
241
191
346
126
531

219
459
733
16
243
73
227
161
317
118
34
281
487

289
529
912
22
326
81
282
180
349
121
40
234
439

318
584
1,017
26
392
34
317
205
388
126
51
295
507

Government and government enterprises

272
600
851
18
294
76
253
176
324
116
37
279
492

5,093

5,316

5,426

5,150

5,326

6,271

6,724

8,103

1,460
879
581

1,499
915
584

1,503
921
582

1,424
880
544

1,649
1,164
485

2,234
1,694
540

2,382
1,768
614

4,232
3,570
662

3,633
3,456
177

3,817
3,630
187

3,923
3,737
186

3,726
3,565
161

3,677
3,631

4,037
3,834
153

4,342
4,178
164

3,876
3,696
180

30,620

34,805

Real estate

Federal.
General government
Government enterprises
State and local
General government-.I..
Government enterprises.
Rest of the world
Addendum: All p r i n t e industries..




^ ~ ZZZZZZZ

-

-

652
1,160
31
414
91
360

312
509

36S
634
1,026
29
412
95
346
216
65
330
519

7,772

4,321

146
1
< 24,220

1
28,030

195

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

91

Industry! Annually, 1929-47
[Millions of dollars]
Line

1939

Farms

-

Contract construction-Manufacturing

.^

fisheries-

_

^

,
,
^

-

52,12

64,78

85,26

109,54

121,21

123,09

117,85

1,13

1,37

1,78

2,16

2,33

2,43

2,723

3,022

1,033
106

1,25
11

1,63
15

2,00
164

2,14
19

2,23
20

2,485
238

2,754
203

1,36

1,62

1,85

2,07

2.2S5

2,26

2,470

20
12
57
35
10
1,82

27
20
1,09
533
170

210
203
1,050
595
167

3,070
309
262
1,463
775
201

3,07

4.12

3,037

3,107

4,621

6,108

16,39

22,77

32,24

42,65

44,960

40,182

38,178

44,537

24
14
71
383
13

28
165
858
37
17
4,925

32
18
95
425
17

n

\2
24!
1,111
651
218

1947
128,692

7,128

Chemicals and allied productsProducts of petroleum and coal
Rubber products
_.
Leather and leather products...
_

7,53

9,26

11,10

12,83

13,857

14,599

17,050

19,433

1,70
102
1,224
967
463
1,037
702
280
236
405

Nondurable goods
„
„
Food and kindred products
Tobacco manufactures...
Textile mill products
.-.
Apparel and other finished fabric products...
Paper a n d a U i e d ' p r o d u c t s .
Printing, publishing, and allied industries..
* iiuuus, puuusumg, ana aiuea

Durable goods

1946

99
10

-

Metal mining
Anthracite mining
Bituminous and other soft coalmining
Crude petroleum a n d n a t u r a l gas
Nonmetallic mining a n d quarrying fc

1915

14,32

Agricultural services, forestry, and
Mining

1944

16
13
48
33
9
1,65

-

1943

1,20

Agriculture, forestry, a n d fisheries

1942

48,10

_.

1941

1,09

All industries, total

1940

1,790
108
1,26
980
515
1,044
849
326
258
401

2,018
119
1,673
1,26
G52
1,119
1,150
388
351
530

2,392
125
2,00
1,49
73
1,134
1,731
477
414
G07

2,764
152
2,137
1,786
849
1,225
2,118
576
576
643

3,106
165
2,127
1,905
920
1,353
2,172
705
670
674

3,269
179
2,199
2,078
970
1,526
2,210
773
602
727

3,750
197
2,803
2,655
1,187
1,981
2,072
822
778
905

4,232
207
3,210
2,744
1,408
2,344
2,394
991
860
078

7,193

Lumber and timber basic products
_
Furniture and finished lumber products
btone, clay, and glass products
Iron and steel and their products, including ordnance..
Nonferrous metals and their products
Machinery, except electrical
,
Electrical machinery
Transportation equipment. except~automobi~les"II""
Automobiles and automobile equipment
Miscellaneous manufacturing....
Transportation

'8,865

13,514

21,139

29,828

31.103

25,683

21,128

25,104

432
458
494
1,907
453
1,167
673
324
864
421

439
492
542
2,334
547
1,505
808
555
1,098
495

654
630
710
3,347
780
2,435
1,224
1,518
1,538
678

795
701
808
4,724
1,066
3,712
1,805
4,899
1,713
916

882
766
875
6,817
1,360
4,319
2,479
10,146
1,001
1,183

910
800
880
7,089
1,393
4,356
2,834
10,645
1,096
1,200

834
831
899
0,090
1,304
4,069
2,544
6,797
045
1,220

1,090
1,102
1,130
4,704
1,412
4,142
2,352
1,840
1,939
1,361

1,395
1,372
1,402
6,942
1,401
6,041
2,859
1,674
2,438
1,490

3,644

Communication

3,866

4,520

5,596

6,956

7,939

8,388

9,086

9,733

2,240
455
465
224
36
44
180

Railroads
Local and highway paSerfgw trws^oVtVtfonV™!!!
highway freight transportation and warehousing..
Water transportation
_
Air transportation (common carriers)
pipeline transportation
cervices allied to transportation

2,373
441
524
240
45
46
197

2,803
472
643
274
57
51
220

3,532
609
771
314
80
58
232

4,264

4,713
880
065
760
135
82
454

4,758
958
1,053
902
1G0
87
470

5,135
1.204
1,255
701
246
93
452

5,439
1,271
1,459
030
2Sf>
111
531

75
P

883
487
118
69
350

750

Utilities; electric and gas
Local utilities and public services", n.eVcV..
Wholesale and retail trade

878

966

1,093

1,183

1,349

1,762

1,989

720
62

807
71

890
76

1,006
87

1,083
105

1,227
122

1,615
147

1,816
173

826

Electric, gas, and sanitary services

782

695
55

^ M e t e s r a p & t and related services..
broadcasting and television

875

B2S

937

931

978

1,061

1,305

1,574

942
36

1,021
40
15,166

1,259
46
20,195

1,522
52
23,622

6,001
13,294
4,307

8,248
15,374
4,722

793
28

845
30

897
31

904
33

893
33

8,729

9,374

10,773

11,349

12,259

13,426

^olesale trade
_
retail trade and automobile services
Finance, insurance, and real estate
Banking
Finance *j^ ^ ^ o ' d T t y brokers," dealers," and'exchanges I

3,141
5,588

3,358
6,016

3,935
6,838

4,182
7,167

4,366
7,923

4,755
8,671

2,522

2,599

2,752

2,864

3,013

3,166

5,307
9,859
3,436

600
180
232
797
232
481

622
170
245
820
231
511

654
158
271
870
245
554

710
131
270
910
266
577

765
154
251
942
2S4
617

829
167
243
968
298
661

903
223
247
1,033
324
701

1,086
286
314
1,296
430
895

Services.

4,840

5,149

5,587

6,392

7,198

8,117

8,933

I0.4S3

1,227
237
3G1
1,481
467
949
11,799

376
638
1,132
28
433
97
363
230
478
142
75
337
521

402
712
1,221
28
443
94
353
246
513
144
80
348
565

430
799
1,240
46
491
125
386
270
558
151
123
362
606

459
925
1,480
91
507
148
425
231
641
150
214
389
682

541
1,078
1,600
133
554
214
477
291
744
149
199
433
785

631
1,182
1,890
102
652
243
531
337
845
159
197
465
833

8,523

8,762

833
1,632
2,123
69
961
308
702
523
1,134
1S4
275
578
1,166
22,699

902
1,750
2,350
92
1,104
358
718
565
1,410
209
334
727
1,280
18,699

16,100
14,606
1,494
6,599
6,177
422

10,863
9,395
1,463

Hotels and
wj™'"" a«rvices.

£nrato households

X ^ V T V ™ ^ scno°k~and employment ag'encies..

;
Government and government enterprises..
Federal

g - — V M ewvuriirneni;

Government enterprises
I
State and local
general g o v e r n m e n t . : ; : : : ; ; ; : ; : ; : : ; ; : ; : : : : : : ; :
Government enterprises
Be
*t of the world..
All private industries.-




_.

10,500

16,332

27,037

33,716

695
1,311
2,145
59
753
215
573
334
932
169
221
494
952
36,764

22,038
20,899
1,139

23,438
27,250
1.1SS

31,034
29,786
1,248

4,999
4,663
336

5,278
4,933
340

5,730
5,370
360

4,133
3,414
719

4(235
3,489
746

5,835
5,027
808

11,563
10,645
918

4 390
4, 185
205

4 527
4,289
238

4,665
4,388
277

4,769
4,473
296

2

3

6

10

14

12

11

17

39,583

43,362

54,278

68,918

82,494

87,484

86,322

95,135

7,836
7,320
516
17
110,176

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES
Table 6.1.—Compensation of Employees
[Millions of dollars]
1048
All Industrie*, t o u t .

1049

1950

1951

1952

1953

1954

1955

141,131

Lino

141,029

154,571

180,687

195,303

209,111

207,956

224,479

243,058

3,060

2,866

2,887

1956

Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries..

3,295

3,0

3,136

3,222

3,175

Farms
Agricultural services, forestry, nn<l fisheries...
Mining

2,976
319

2,762
326

2,781
355

2,823
399

2,740
435

2,611
449

2,416
474

473

2,391
496

3,594

3,181

3,502

3,988

4,054

4,173

3,832

4,149

4,653

353
1,945
1,004
292

341
1,514
1,025

372
1,717
1,075
338

454
1,876
1,259
399

504
1,678
1,436
436

564
1,612
1,526
471

510
1,241
1,598
483

577
1,318
1,724
530

657
1,496
1,902
596

MeUl mi
Coal mining
Crude petroleum and natural Ras
Mining and quarrying of nonmetaltic minerals..
Contract eon«traction

7,439

Manufacturing

49,367
21,826

Nondurable ROO<1S

Food and kindred products
Tobacco manufactures
Textile mill products
Apparel and other fabricated textile products..
Paper and allied products
,
Printing, publishing, and nllicd industries
Chemicals and allied products
Petroleum refining and related Industries
Rubber and miscellaneous plastic products
leather and leather products

5,342
215
3,556
3,051
1,573
2,605
2,364
1,095
1,008
1,017

Durable poods

8,360

1,957
991
1,699
4,548
3,418
4,973
3,342
1,906
2,660
835
1,212

10,383

11,291

11,845

12,076

12,999

53,528

63,572

68,726

76,229

72,743

79,884

23,614

25,970

27,258

29,159

29,265

31,266

5,779
241
3,630
3,172
1,785
2,925
2,632
1,163
1,133
1,054

6,386
278
3,771
3,313
2,053
3,164
3,200
1,395
1,339
1,071

6,728
295
3,655
3,453
2,138
3,386
3,476
1,529
1,441
1,157

7,141
314
3,690
3,666
2,369
?.679
3,880
1,626
1,599
1,195

7,396
326
3,322
3,530
2,451
3,865
4,017
1,700
1,500
1,158

7,747
339
3,531
3,740
2,679
4,131
4,300
1,759
1,785
1,255

52,954

46,983
21,514
5,445
229
3,172
2,944
1.544
2,750
2,377
1,134
941
978

37,602

41,468

47,070

43,478

2,066
1,163
1,880
5,04.1
3,804
4,847
3,580
1,913
3,507
950
1,263

2,377
1,229
2,237
6,225
4,524
6,658
4,450
3,391
3,933
1,217
1,361

2,378
1,312
2,225
6,265
4,798
7,428
5,072
5,145
4,027
1,413
1,405

2,369
1,394
2,439
7,106
5,472
7,939
5,931
6,240
5,007
1,595
1,578

2,247
1,329
2,419
6,243
5,214
7,250
5,444
5,813
4,411
1,576
1,532

2,515
1,503
2,727
7,558
5,768
7,768
5,996
5,935
5,549
1,682
1,617

1,597
2,953
8,262
6,174
9,005
6,725
6,827
5,203
1,892
1,728

3,147

12,538

13,343

14,432

6,458
1,330
2,996
1,262
616
159
326

5,907
1,285
3,051
1,157
652
158
328

6,091
1,280
3,471

10,360

9,930

10,481

12,024

12,580

5,817
1,247
1,668
923
341
132
232

5,382
1,229
1,747
S38
358
130
246

5,587
1,211
2,063
874
384
126
236

6,410
1,275
2,374
1,080
460
143
282

6,452
1,311
2,643
1,153
554
156
311

2,303

Radio broadcasting and television.

2,423

2,510

2,783

3,087

3,399

3,576

3,829

2,195
228

2,251
259

2,482
301

2,750
337

3,018
381

3,142
434

3,359
470

2,114

2,338

2,540

2,748

2,904

3,047

3,2S6
39,087

1,814

*

Banking
Credit agencies, holding and other Investment companies...
Sccurity and co iibodlty brokers
Insurance carriers
Insurance ajjtnts, brokers, and service
Real estate
Services
Hotels and other lodging places
Personal service!
Miscellaneous business services
Automobile repair, automobile services, and garages
Miscellaneous repair services
Motion pictures
Amusement and recreation services, except motion pictures
Medical and other health services
g ervices
Educational services
Nonprofit membership organizations
Miscellaneous professional services
Private households
*

1,960
25,005

26,748

29,426

30,990

32,924

33,771

36,117

9,002
15,714

Wholesale and retail trade
Wholesale trade.
Retail trade

8,858
16,147

9,466
17,282

10,685
18,741

11,246
19,744

11,919
21,005

12,270
21,501

13,1U
23,006

5,318

5,573

6,177

6,783

7,346

8,012

8,730

9,498

10,360

1,343
408
256
1,673
358
1,280

1,428
448
252
1,812
390
1,243

1,544
489
323
1,991
432
1,398

1,727
559
352
2,186
489
1,470

1,909
649
352
2,404
533
1,499

2,099
721
362
2,667
588
1,575

2,253
806
460
2,865
643
1,703

2,421
916
562
3,017
687
1,895

2,657

13,137

13,557

14,395

15,730

16,825

18,045

18,772

20,639

945
1,820
1,044
572
366
682
610
1,518
228
876
1,464
649
2,363

955
1,832
1,083
542
329
687
617
1,653
244
942
1,654
663
2,356

974
1,888
1,205
531
314
687
624
1,860
269
1,002
1,768
701
2,572

1,047
2,016
1,395
560
392
711
649
2,108
300
1,060
1,935
896
2,661

1,126
2,114
1,577
594
432
722
682
2,344
333
1,107
2,057
1,123
2,614

1,192
2,218
1,776
623
432
712
733
2,602
369
1,182
2,270
1,246
2,690

1,223
2,281
1,909
626
399
750
775
2,850
398
1,274
2,444
1,273
2,570

1,285
2,383
2,149
670
434
803
834
435
1,383
2,631
1448
3,051

19,772

22,033

23,602

30,418

34,669

35,509

36,102

38,087

10,613
8,936

11,886
10,027

10,760

18,402
16,256

21,364
18,925

21,040
18,614

20,220
17,805

20,980
18,387
2,*593

85 ! Addendum: AH private Industrie*.




1,677

1,859

1,939

2,146

2,439

2,426

2,415

9,159
8,502

10,147
9,422

10,903
10,124

12,016
11,136

13,305
12,225

14,469
13,306

15,882
14,669

1,080

83

State and local
General g o v e r n m e n t s . ~
Public education
Nonschool, except work relief
Work relief
Government enterprises

3,674
519

24,716

Electric, gas. and sanitary services...

Federal
General government
Civilian, except work relief
Military
Work relief
Government enterprises

1,266
735
158
342

6,567
1»
,
5,800
1,354
871
167
374

2,096
207

Telephonoand telegraph

Government and government enterprises..

1,309

1,732
949
1,629
4,080
3,176
4,345
2,998
1,860
2,763
806
1,131

•

Finance, Insurance, and real estate

362
3,602
3,970
2,913
4,447
4,773

48,618

Railroad transportation
Local, suburban, and highway passenger
Motor freight transportation and warehousing..
Water transportation
Air transportation
Pipeline transportation
Transportation services
Communication

86,321

30,014

27,541

Lumber and wood products, except furniture
Furniture and fixtures
Stone, clay, and class products
Primary metal Industries
,
Fabricated metal products
Machinery, except electrical
.:
Electrical machinery
Transportation equipment and ordnance, except motor vehicles.
Motor vehicles and motor vehicle equipment
Instruments
Miscellaneous manufacturing industries
Transportation

301
7,280

1,163

25
160,614

173,682

UM
24,513

s

2,036

2,540
% 531
739
497

816
857
3,368

I

1,829
3>
40.6&5
21,$
19,011

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OP THE UNITED STATES
by Industry: Annually, 1948-65

All industries, total.

1
2

Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries

3
4

Farms
Agricultural services, forestry, and fisheries
5 Mining
6
7
8
9

2,491
503
4,804

4,297

4,392

4,412

4,333

,__

684
1,523
1,985
612

558
1,222
1,895
622

548
1,195
1,980

649
1,144
1,938
681

....

Metal mining. _.
Coalmining
Crude petroleum and natural gas
Mining and quarrying of nonmetalllc minerals

10 Contract construction.
U Manufacturing
12
Nondurable goods
13
14
15
16
17
IS
10
20
21
22

„

632
1,022
1,932
697

61
1,0
2,01
731

14,905

14,916

16,234

16,793

17,172

18,277

„„.
.

95,776

99,424

108,158

78
21J9C

112,8SS

120,460

-

Mis^llaneousmVnufactuHngTndustHes"
35 Transportation
36
Railroad transportation...
37
£f>ca], suburban, and highway passenger
38
5J?** Jfeteht transportation and warehousing!!
39
40
water transportation
41
Air transportation
42

34,665

37,553

33,945

39,897

42,13i

43, &o;

8,;oi
385
3,318
3,918
3,094
4,819
5,238
1,968
1,930
1,294

9,215
405
3,722
4,300
3,415
5,159
5,660
2,020
2,233
1,424

439
3,708
4,414
3,573
5,487
5,992
2,003
2,268
1,399

9,901
438
3,663
4,451
3,769
6,668
6,233
2,059
2,296
1,419

10,24:
463
3,9CH
4,8fr
4,021
6,900
0,60C
2,033
2,623
1,47£

10,48471
3,SW
5,03(,
4,197
0.13S
6,939
2,0GS
2.73C
1,48(1

55,440

-

Mnir>T ™v,i«i->s a m j m o t o r vehicle equipment

51,577

58,223

60,479

59,821

66,022

2,350
1,643

2,297
1,697
3,010
7,542
6,146
8,246
7,063
7,440
4,535
1,990
1,711

2,616
1,787
3,416
8,469
6,830
9,475
8,415
7,926
5,210
2,226
1,853

2,555
1,817
3,531
8,905
7,063
9,832
9,097
7,768
5.657
2,336
1,918

2,438
1,782
3,485
8,562
6,891
9,728
9,498
7,994
5.137
2,382
1,924

2,59;
1,04:

8,675
6,526
9,322

7,153
7,671
5,296
2,035
1,739
15,103

14,469

15,617

16,034

15,895

6,626

6,103
1,316
4,096
1,318
1,073
172
391

6,212
1,355
4,715
1,405
1,232
176
422

6,138
1,399
4,952
1,520
1,389
172
458

5,812
1,420
5,049
1,503
1,462
173
476

1,346
4,034

1,512
1,016
174
395

!!._""!!"!"""

Communication services
Transportation

4,462

Electric, gas, and sanitary services..

4,453

4,685

4,948

5,127

3,910
552

Telephone and telegraph..
Kamo broadcasting.and television

3,867
586

4,066
619

4,284

4,452

664

675

4,156

4,363

3,486

business services
>pair, automobile services, and garages..

'

Government and government enterprises..
Federal..
General govemrnenV."""""!".""!"

48,073
18,073
30,000

11,853

12,905

3,097
1,230
682
3,899
893
2,052

3,310
1,362
867
4,157
961
2,248

25,845

1,466
2,660
2,840

ices..

17,017
28,161

24,460

Services.,

15,825
26,130

2,684
1,143
585
3,607
828
2,011

r°

45,178

11,058

"holding yVnd"otnerinve5tment"<»rapaniesl'.
dU bk

3,959

41,955

15,414
25,755

Wholesale trade
„
detail trade
"
insurance, and real estate
Banking

3,745

41,169

Wholesale and retail trade

S J ^ ? ^

99,718

74f

8,521
374
3,497
4,026
3,032.
4,700
5,161
1,991
2,015
1,332

Lumber and wood products, except furniture
,
Furniture and fixtures
Stone, clay, and glass products
-.
Primary metal industries
Fabricated metal products...
Machinery, except electrical
Electrical machinery
—.
Transportation equipment and ordnance, except motor vehicles.

npeline transportation

86,242

037
lf0SC
2, ou:

19,461

34,649

Food and kindred products
Tobacco manufactures
Textile mill products
Apparel and other fabricated textile products..Paper and allied products
Printing, publishing, and allied industries
Chemicals and allied products
Petroleum refining and related Industries
Petrl
fii
Rubber and miscellaneous plastic products
Leather and leather products
Durable goods

24
25
28
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34

90,089

00
1,04;
2,032

1,479
2,700
3,047
855
525
774
1,053
4,152
546
1,854
3,330
2,027
3,503

811
544
813
951
3,746
510
1,698
3,074
2,025
3,322

40,003
1I,OOC
604
4,21i
5,337
4,41

22,964
130,067
48,734
11,370

rm
4, m

2,900
1,571

f>, 705
4, f>G2
0,944
7,hG5
2,149
3,280
1,636

09,38]

74,457

81,333

2,723
2,030
3,004
9,492
7,814
11,383
10, 717
9,4)5
7,095
2,G77
2,101

2,970
2, 304
4,191
10,470
8,503
12, 634
11.OS3

3,115
2,378
4,420
11,454
9,341
14,177
12,110
10,123
8,809

17,050

17,978

19,064

5,871
1,429
5,439
1,676
1.572
169
500
5,370

5,871
1,440
5,752
1,014
1.GS1
167
519

0,008
1,483
0,192
1,719
1,864
166
546

6,200
1,533
0,745
1,753
2,070
175
5S8

5,587

6,091

6,511

4,652
718

4,820
767

6,2G9
822

5,640
871

3,70;
9,21
7,4M
10,763
10,52;
8.8GC
6,36f
2,550
2,04;
16,556

o, sic
7,30r

2,OH;

901

7,700
2,785
2,241

3,011
2,395

4,519

4,719

4,990

5,233

49,083
18,668
30,415

51,995

54,960

58,835

63,101

19,706
32,289

20,760
34,200

22,166
36,649

23,838
39,263

13,798

14,833

15,608

16,610

17,740

18,855

3,607
1,495
884
4,493
1,038
2,281

3,829
1,623
1,139
4,769
1,118
2,355

4,094
1,754
1,066
4,990
1,195
2,509

4,352
1,935
1,033
5,316
1,276
2,698

4,670
2, OSS
1,148
5,612
1,366
2,859

4,997
2t23S
1,281
5,845
1,467
3,027

27,983

30,374

32,109

34,604

37,053

40,302

43,507

1,592
2,862
3,461
964
600
809
1,157
4,586
595
2,036
3,672
2,196
3,553

1,712
3,006

1,761
3,112
4,269
1,110
692
861
1,373
5,498
696
2,505
3,989
2,510
3,733

1,856
3,271
4,789
1,208
730
841
1,482
6,036
752
2,792
4,247
2,797
3,803

1,952
3,416
5,187
1,313

2,091
3,655
5,857
1,430
822
919
1,662
7,448
893
3,4S3
4,802
3,331
3,909

1,061
663
811
1,280
5,068
653
2,253
3,820
2,356
3,799

768
859
1,563
6,688
813
3,143
4,478
3,049
3,824

2,239
3.616
6,551
1,553
. 897
1,027
1,752
8,012
973
3,846
5,164
3,613
3,964

43.445

46,885

49,266

52,891

56,591

60,670

64,681

70,003

75,243

22,525
10,608

23,841
20,591

24,380
21,030

25,524
21,868

26,773
22,925

28,347
24,277

29,676
25,261

31,858
27,156

33,469
28,435

S 8 S eicept work relie'~- --:~

Government enterprises!.".

(W8
1,133
2,142
853

2,017

3,250

3,350

3,656

3,848

4,070

4,415

4,702

5,034

State and local

20,920
19,520

23,044
21,524

24,886
23,280

27,367
25,615

29,818
27,975

32,323
30,391

35,005
32,859

38,145
35,876

41,774
39,346

Government

1,400

1,520

1,606

1,752

1,843

1,932

2,146

2,269

2,428

21

22

24

26

28

32

34

36

212,530

210,909

229,803

241,309

246,019

276,291

295,620

317,651

**<**<* the world
Addendum: All private Industrie*.




262*932

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

9-1

Table 6.2.—Wages and Salaries by
(Millions of dollars]

All industries total
Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries
Agricultural services, forestry, and fisheries
Metal mining
Anthracite mining
Bituminous and other soft coal mining
Crude petroleum and natural gas
Nonmetallic mining and quarrying
Contract construction
Manufacturing.
Nondurable goods.
1,326
109
1,065
781
351
1,065
529
190
167
363

Food and kindrod productsTobacco inaufactures.
Textile mill products,,
.
Apparel and other finished fabric products..
Paper and allied products
Printing, publishing, and allied industries..
Chemicals and allied products..
Products of petroleum and coal.,
Rubber products
Loather and leather products.

1,159
840
394
943
572
202
209
375

456
1,040
672
242
235
407

3,549

Durable goods
Lumber and timber basic products
Furniture and finished lumber products.
Stone, clay, and glass products
Iron and steel and their products, including ordnance..
Nonferrous metals and their products..
Machinery, except electrical..
Electrical machinery
Transportation equipment, except automobiles.
Automobiles and automobile equipment..
Miscellaneous manufacturing.

708
611
618
2,117
541
1,396
859
262
979
447

526
1,791
41S
1,173
713
254
633
399

300
325
329
1,290
318
822
461
145

306
384
384
1,208
323
774
485
167
512
321
2,656

2,660

2,884

3,237

280
153
14
34
105

1,831
400
321
161
1
36
118

S

532

545

356
195
22
40
139
592

507
25

518
2'

561

607

648

683
24

623
25

6,119

6,631

2,455

*

4,719

4,237

3,531

Itailroads
Local and highway passenger transportation—
Highway fright transportation and warehousing.
Water transportation
Air transportation (common carriers)
Pipeline transportation.„.
_Services allied to transportation

3,226
655
327
213
5
43
245

2,849
614
316
193
9
42
214

2,334
534
289
166
13
38
157

429
257
135
14
29
104

750

754

6S0

574

740
10

739
15

659
21

550
24

477
21

728

617

Transportation

Communication
Telephone, telegraph, and related services.
Radio broadcasting and television
Electric, gas, and sanitary services

770

-

Local utilities and public services, n.e.c
Wholesale and retail trade

758
31

29

592
25

539
22

8,711

7,584

5,911

5,290

2,219
453
407
232
26
47
165

393
174
29
45
148

667

678

558
34

625
42

632
48

702

771
745
26

740
25

7,23

S,175

8,009
2,878
5,131

3,379
5,940
2,918

Itetail trade and automobile services
Finance, insurance, and real estate
Ranking
Security and commodity brokers, dealers, and exchanges...
Finance, n.e.c,
Insurance carriers
Insurance ngents and combination offices
Heal estate
Services
,
Hotels and other lodging places
,
Personal services
. Private households
*.....
„.
...
.,
Commercial and trade schools and employment agencies"
Business services, n.e.c
Miscellaneous repair services and hand trades
II-fc,
Motion pictures
Amusement and recreation, excopt motion pictures
Medical and other health services
,
Legal services..
Engineering and other professional services, n.e.c
Educational services, n.e.c
Nonprofit membership organizations, n.o.c
~_.
Government and government enterprises
.....I".I"
I.I.I."™
...
,

"/

3,204
5,507

2,742
4,842

2,138
3,773

1,
3,407

2,180
3,939

2t366
4,265

2,560
i, 674

2,888
5,287

2,742

2,467

2,092

1,896

1,988

2,058

2,236

2,406

758
406
242
812
237
463

716
319
234
819
229
425

649
265
212
768
208
365

565
234
186
639
185
283

485
244
170
572
164
261

502
233
176
597
178
302

507
205
190
635
188
333

522
250
215
67;

547
253
233
728
21'
428

5,517

5,253

4,585

3,735

3,348

425
752
1,716
33
357
107
308
322
397
124
8:
294
GO!

407
727
1,483
32
369
104
311
293
405
131
75
303
60

341
643
1,146
26
309
96
305
255
385
132
55
307
585

256
523
835
18
260
82
239
19C
34,
126
36
298
527

21'
456
732
U

4,937

Wholesale trade

State and local
General government
Public education
Nonschool, except work relief
Work relief
Government enterprises

789

739
31
9,319

Utilities: electric and gas

Federal
General government
Civilian, except work relief
Military
Work relief
Government enterprises

1,560
368
252
143
14
29

5,153

5,257

4,965

1,393
824
51
308

1,43
853
54
31

1,435
865
561
304

1,353
82
52£
295

561

572

57C

532

3,544
3,368
1,563
1,805

3,722
3,537
1,61
1,91!

3,822
3,638
1,63G
1,952
46

3,612
3,453
1,552

184

159

33,872

25,521

171

241

3,661
270
497
850
17
294
75
241
175
323
116

3,88:

28
526
91
21
32

275
488

80
280
179
348
121
40
279
485

5,14:

6,071

6,500

1,588
1,115
492
267
356
473

2,11
1,64£
613
268
764
528
3,90:
3,751
1,37C
1,701
68<
15

4,193
4,03
1,43

4,264
311

351
633
1,187
29
40

225
160
31
11
34
277
483

34!
14

31

1,80
79:

161

571
1,01'
25
385
83
311
202
387
126

51
281
50:
7,86i




45,495

23,863

27,636

30,1

353
6U

8*
34!
231
43C

13:
304
497

7,492

318
506
8,223

3,567
35

••a
3,728
3,551
1,507
1,970

3,925
3,733
1,593
2,09

34,(

4,156
2,270
D

197

IT

Rest of the world
Addendum: All private industries..

731
220
418

4,688

2,30:
1,70
790
303
61
59!

3,553
3,409
1,409
1,65!

203
37.

555

s

38,61

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

95

Industry! Annually, 1929-47
[Millions of dollars!
Lino

1939

AH industries, total

1944

1015

104C

62,081

82,098

105,786

116,749

117,493

111,990

1,364

1,779

2,157

2,329

2,428

2,709

3,007

102

1,029
103

1,249
115

1,631
148

1,997
160

2,130
100

2,475
234

2,744

1,287

1,540

1,769

1,983

2,197

2,224
204
2,173

156
124
456
315
8G

190
118
542
336
101

232
135
67S
363
132

^

Metal mining
_
Anthracite mining..^
Bituminous and other soft coal mining
Crude petroleum and natural gas.
Nonmetallic mining and. quarrying.. _
Contract construction
_

263
202
1,052
515
105

227
196
1,020
609
161

232
237
1,065
623
211

297
250
1,378
742
253

Lumber and timber basic products
~
Furniture and finished lumber products
Stone, clay, and glass products
-Iron and steel and their products, including ordnanceNonferrous metals and their products
Machinery, except electrical
Electrical machinery
_
Transportation equipment, except automobiles
Automobiles and automobile equipment
Miscellaneous manufacturing
Transportation
Railroads
Local and highway passenger transportation
p
Highway freight transportation and warehot
arehousing-.
Water transportation'.
Air transportation (common carriers)
Pipeline transportation.
Services allied to transportation
Communication..., _____

4,670

3,919

2,883

2,951

4,412

30,922

40,883

42,913

38,229

36,47G

5,834

7,166

8,839

10,640

12,278

13,167

13,823

10,232

42,600

1,612
93
1,167
926
444
991
667
250
226
386

1,694
104
1,206
938
490
1,002
808
295
247
382

2,285
119
1,923
1,430
703
1,094
1,062
441
400
583

2,639
146
2,055
1,711
816
1,186
2,026
522
555
022

2,046
158
2,040
1,870
879
1,307
2,060
600
645
050

3,105
171
2,113
1,984
032
1,460
2,072
611
637
702

3,578
1S5
2,700
2,413
1,133
1,912
1,949
697
749
876

18,466

8,418

1,918
115
1,603
1,209
622
1,076
1,098
355
336
507
12,875

20,276

28,005

29,740

24,400

20,244

412
437
466
1,789
432
1,111
637
310
823
401

467
470
514
2,187
523
1,436
768
531
1,050
472

625
600
673
3,156
748
2,331
1,165
1,458
1,469
650

763
672
772
4,475
1,028
3,585
1,731
4,713
1,656
881

846
734
836
6,488
1,311
4,162
2,367
9,753
96S
1,140

874
763
839
6,740
1,340
4,180
2,673
10,121
1,053
1,153

843
799
857
5,784
1,250
3,900
2,390
0,490
914
1,174

1,048
1,063
1,128
4,502
1,353
3,937
2,215
1,762
1,877
1,309

3,429

3,639

4,255

5,261

6,559

7,547

7,913

8,579

4,033
195
3,103
2,625
1,347
2,203
2,255
823
833
039
21,034
1,346
1,322
1,3(4
5,706
1,431
4,821
2,C72
1,611
2,354
1,427
9,091

2,091
433
441
218
34
43
169

„

2,900
21,714

6,818

_..

1,709
15,584

6,767

Leather and leather products

2,211
421
498
234
43
45
187

2,609
451
613
267
55
50
210

3,291
5S5
73S
292
77
57
221

3,&C6
757
848
471
113
68
336

4,3S6
843
926
743
130
79
435

4,414
019
1,013
885
150
SI
451

4,709
1,1CO
1,211
633
232
S3
436

4,055
1,226
1,412
611
271
105
511

695

Utilities: electric and gas
Local utilities and public services, n.e.c

Wholesale trade
Retail trade and automobile services
finance, insurance,and real estate
Banking
Security and commodity brokers," dealer^ and "exchanges..

__!__

Insurance carriers
"
insurance agents and combination offices
iteai estate
_.
Services

—

-

aD

Ifjjjk . <l other lodging places
Personal services.
...
Private households
*
commercial and trade schools and"employment agencies
Business services, n.e.c
„_._
Miscellaneous repair services and hand trades
Motion pictures
_
amusement and recreation, except motion pictures

services

-1

Legal services
_
engineering and other professional services, n.e.c
N<m « n a I s e r v ices, n.e.c
nonprofit membership organizations, n.e.c
*nment and government enterprises..
Federal
General government!"!!!!!!"!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
e x c e p t w o r k relief
Mim
^ o r k relief!!!"!!!!!
!!
!!""!!!'!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Government enterprises
State and local
General goverKment!"!!!!!!"!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!—.
public education.
Government enTerprises!!!!!!!!!

1,002

1,089

1,239

1,622

1,828

920
82

989
100

879

884

905

1,123
116
970

1,479
143

824

813
72
S93

1,202

1,061
167
1,433

795
29

849
30

861
32

852
32

871
34

932
38

1,157
45

1,407
51

8,386

9,020

10,384

10,971

11,893

12,971

14,665

19,560

22,871

3,015
5,371

3,228
5,792

3,793
6,591

4,232
7,661

4,604
8,367

5,133
9,527

6,691
12,SC9

7,999
14,872

2,379

2,453

2,598

4,042
0,929
2,713

3,269

4,097

4,502

567
174
206
756
224
452

581
165
222
781
223
481

611
152
246
831
237
521

660
126
247
875
259
546

700
150
224
903
275
5S3

758
163
219
933
2S9
626

820
222
236
1,006
314
665

991
277
302
1,261
418
843

1,124
231
343
1,445
453
901

4,721

_—

.

885

735
67

747
27

-

Wholesale and retail trade

_. ...

802

660

774

Electric, gas, and sanitary sejvices.

719

643
52

Telephone, telegraph, and related services.
Radio broadcasting and television

0 8 1 and other health

30S
178
918
407
172

203
2,920

1,546

_

Durable goods

270
150
823
355
165

2,368

122,993

13,585

_

Nondurablo goods
_.
Food and kindred products
_
Tobacco manufactures
_
Textile mill products...
Apparel and other finished fabric products
Paper and allied products
Printing, publishing, and allied industries
Chemicals and allied products...
Products of petroleum and coal
Rubber products
—

TSS

1943

1,137

^

Agricultural services, forestry, and fisheries-

finance, n.e.c

1942

1,132

1,

Mining

Manufacturing

1941

49,8*6

45,941

Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries
Farms

1940

5,026

5,453

6,249

7,040

7,942

8,743

10,263

11,556

339
221
474
139
73
327
507

387
689
1,218
26
425
90
339
238
509
142
78
336
549

414
772
1,237
44
474
121
371
261
554
148
119
349
589

443
897
1,477
87
4S9
142
410
271
636
147
207
379
664

523
1,046
1,598
126
534
206
459
282
738
148
193
423
764

611
1,143
1,887
95
628
235
509
326
839
157
191
456
S60

672
1,275
2.142
54
723
236
552
372
926
167
215
484
925

606
1,589
2,120
03
927
296
679
509
1,125
181
2C9
564
1,135

877
1,707
2.34S
90
1,061
345
694
551
1,397
205
325
712
1,244

8,197

8,420

10,18$

15,976

26,617

32,963

34,902

20,685

17,409

3,977
3,295
1,032
388
1,875
682

4,066
3,358
1,216
563
1,579

5,705
4,939
1,860
1,866
1,213
766

11,411
10,536
3,788
6,168
5S0
875

21,839
20,744
6,561
14,133
50
1,095

27,920
26,779
6,746
20,033

29,417
2S.223
6,404
21,819

14,356
12,919
5,101
7,818

9,884
8,472
4,405
4,067

1,141

1,194

1,437

1,412

4,481
4,207
1,826
2,375
6
274

4,565
4,273
1,883
2,388
2

4,7
4,446
1,973
2,473
0

5,043
4,712
2,104
2,603

5,485
5,128
2,303
2,826

6,329
5,912
2,534
3,323

7,525
7,015
3.0S4
3,931

356

417

332

336

510

292

12

11

17

17

82,580

91,288

105,567

361
617
1,129
20
415

4,220
4,018
1,717
2,291
10
202

4,354
4,119
1,772
2,337
10
235

R

<*t of tho world

d
<fendtim: AH private industries...



2,835

10
37,712

41,393

51,889

14

66,112

79,155

83,769

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

96

Table 6.2.—Wages and Salaries by
[Millions of dollars]
1948

Metal mining
Coal mining
Crudo petroleum and natural gas
Mlnlne and quarrying of nonmetalllc minerals..

196,474

211,266

227,8«

3,026

2,849

2,808

2,825

2,751
321

2,771
346

2,801
391

2,718
424

2,589
437

2,389
460

2,352
456

2,346
479

2,984

3,218

3,660

3,733

3,829

3,511

3,784

4,228

325
1,388

350
1,522
1,020
326

423

475
1,476
1,363
419

532
1,389
1,454
454

477
1,057
1,515
462

533
1,113
1,634
504

1,786
570

966

26,402

|

978
293

6,961
44,680
20,381
5,210
214
3,048
2,809
1,466
2,653
2,207
933
901
940
24,299

1,
1,194

3S4

|

1954

I

1955 I 1966

7,960

9,881

10,768

11,284

11,461

12,318

13,707

50,331

59,369

64,192

71,241

67,567

73,879

79,458

22,163

24,263

25,445

27,221

27,113

28,949

30,842

5,499
224
3,459
3,002
1,687
2,810
2,432
976
1,068
1,006

6,052
259
3,580
3,122
1,924
3,028
2,930
1,104
1,245
1,019

6,375
277
3,460
3,248
2,005
3,246
3,191
1,192
1,351
1,100

6,766
292
3,488
3,442
2,225
3,522
3,575
1,273
1,501
1,137

6,934
303
3,127
3,319
2,293

7,248
314
3,325
3,510
2,500

7,705
329

3,662
1,288
1,398
1,094

3,931
1,346
1,661
1,181

2,713
4,234
4,353
1,426
1,736
1,234

44,020

40,454

44,930

48,616
1,512
2,734
7,473
5,789
8,315
6,208
6,405

35,106

38,747

1,

914
1,560
3,885
3,042
4,150
2,802
1,775

1,981
1,116
1,786
4,612
3,607
4.591
3,340
1,818

2,279
1,174
2,108
5,696
4,254
6,263
4,111
3,229

2,279
1,250
2,096
5,750
4,543
6,965
4,682
4,909

2,271
1,327
2,292
6,559
5,179
7,446
5,496
5,962

2,146
1,261
2,257
5,691
4,915
6,765
5,063
5,514

2,398
1,422
2,532
6,889
5,416
7,218
5,565
5,583

2,656
759
1,1

3,221
891
1,205

3,563
1,137
1,292

3,642
1,304
1,327

4,526
1,474
1,'

3,958
1,445
1,439

4,870
1,532
1,505

4,383
1,719

1,168

9,358

9,857

11,311

11,821

12,357

11,752

12,458

13,428

4,095
1,180
1,689
804
336
121

5,187
1,159
1,984
836
355
117
219

5,962
1,215
2,283
1,027
424
132
268

5,995
1,247
2,522
1,097
517
147
296

6,004
1,266
2,859
1,198
573
148
309

5,476
1.219
2,901
1,095
605
147
309

5,622
1,213
3,280
1,187
683
148
325

6,015
1,228
3,591
1,276

2,225

2,283

2,535

2,818

3,111

3,272

3,521

3,860

2,006
219

2,034
249

2,244
291

2,493
325

2,744

2,855
417

3,071

MS

9,791
,
_

II..,
,

Communication
Telephone and telegraph

28,168

1,886
957
1,631
4,373
3,296
4,774
3,145
1,819
2,560
793

motor

*

Railroad transportation
Local, suburban, and highway passenger
Motor freight transportation and warehousing
Water transportation
Air transportation
Pipeline transportation
Transportation services
„

5,422
1,'7
884
323
123
219
2,123
1,924

Radio broadcasting and television

199

367

1,816

1,940

2,126

2,314

24,242

25,797

28,352

29,888

8,763
15,240

8,609
15,633

9,149
16,648

10,302
18,050

10,855
19,033

31,780
11,520
20,260

5,058

Electric, gas* and sanitary services

5,277

5,834

6,387

6,901

7,514

1,230
386
248
1,623
344

1,401
465
312
1,917
409
1,330

1,686

Wholesale and retail trade

24,003

48
49

Wholesale trade
Retail trade
60 Finance, insurance, and real estate..
Banking
Credit agencies, holding and other investment companies
Security and commodity brokers
Insurance carriers
/.
I...I..J
Insurance agents, brokers, and service
....
__J
Real estate

2,638

450

Hotels and other lodging places
Personal services
""
"
Miscellaneous business services
~
Automobile repair, automobile services^ and'gafages
Miscellaneous repair services. .
Motion pictures
"""
Amusement and recreation services"VxVelpt motion"pictures
Medical and other health serivces
Legal services
—

"".IIIIIL*"!""

Nonprofit membership organizations"*
Miscellaneous professional services
Private households
_"_H
Government and government enterprises,.
Federal
General government
Civilian, except work relief
Military
Work relief.
Government enterprises
State and local
General government
Public education
Nonschool, except work relief
Work relief
Q overnment enterprises
[lest of the world
ddendum: All private Industries..

"
I-"-I"/.".""*.".

"

805

158
355

2,958

2,761

37,491

11,820
20,669

34,678
12,594
22,084

13,997
23,494

8,145

8,856

9,641

2,142
849
542
2,896
651
1,776

2,343
963
555

21,951

2,518
32,489

1,227

1,300
418
244
1,758
373
1,184

12,878

Services.,




198,259

3,142

926

Lumber and wood products, except furniture
Furniture and fixtures
Stone, clay, and glass products
Primary metal industries
Fabricated metal products
Machinery, except electrical
Klectrical machinery
Transportation equipment and ordnance, except
vehicles.
Motor vehicles and motor vehicle equipment
Instruments
..
Miscellaneous manufacturing Industries

Educational services

185,076

3,192

5,121
202
3,426
2,924
1,502
2,519
2,216

Durable goods

58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
63
69
70

171,093

3,117

20,783

Food and kindred products
Tobacco manufactures
^
Textile mill products
Apparel and other fabricated textile- products
Paper and allied products
Printing, publishing and allied industries
Chemicals and allied products
Petroleum refining and related Industries
Rubber and miscellaneous plastic products
Leather and leather products

57

146,772

3,072

47,185

Nondurable goods...

51
52
53
54
55
56

134,505

7(m

Manufacturing

46

1953

1,806
963
284

Contract construction.

Transportation

1952 [

3,389

Farms
Agricultural services, forestry, and fisheries
Mining

1951 |

2,966
314

fisheries.

1950 |

3,280

All industries, total
Agriculture, forestry, and

1949 |

135,376

Lino

13,275

14,053

15,295

16,371

17,547

18,205

20,011

918

637
2,361

927
1,787
1,031
531
318
660
601
1,637
240
923
1,616
651
2,353

940
1,832
1,143
516
301
658
605
1,842
263
978
1,720
686
2,569

1,008
1,953
1,324
542
377
680
629
2,076
294
1,028
1,863
873
2,648

1,082
2,052
1,508
576
413
697
663
2,306
327
1,074
1,983
1.089
2,601

1,146
2,150
1,698
605
412
689
711
2,555
363
1,144
2,185
1,212
2,677

1,171
2,206
1,826
605
377
723
750
2,790
390
1,228
2,351
1,237
2,551

1,228
2,304
2,054
647
410
774
806
3,066
425
1,333
2,532
1,404
3,028

18,846

20,599

22,364

28,965

33,103

34,032

34,563

36,171

10,069
8,456
4,486
3,970

10,896
9,109
4,861
4,248

11,996
10,142
5,143
4,999

17,616
15,656
6,872
8t6S4

20,565
18,210
7,738
10,472

20,411
18,042
7,705
10,337

19,699
17,310
7,359
9,951

20,179
17,652
7,874
9,778

"2*355*

"~2,~369"

~2,~389"

"2^527"

8,777
8,127
3,599
4,528

9,703
8,987
3,983
5,004

12,538
11,476
5,244
6,232

13,621
12,483
5,739
6,749

14,864
13,688
6,361
7,327

15,992
14,740
6,909
7,831

22

21

1,778

1,001
562
356
655
594
1,505
224
859
1,428

1,558
525
340
2,105
467
1,392

"1^854*
10,368
9,600
4,292
5,308

11,349
10,483
4,740
5,743

1,718
605
339
2,313
509
1,417

1,875
672
349
2,571
561
1,486

"M33*
20
164,207

2,001
749
442
2," 744
611
1,598

161,889

175,074

1,904

2,415
712
470

a

1,474

3,243
38,271

17,616

21
189,550

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

97

Industry: Annually, 1948*65
[Millions of dollars]
Line

1957

Farms

270,844

278,080

3,085

3,189

3,273

2,552
504

2,587
498

2,679
510

3,913

3,973

507
1,034
1,789
583

491
1,002
1,858
622

14,047

Mining and quarrying of nomnetallic minerals-

258,187

3,056

622
1,297
1,877
580

Metalrainingfc
Coalmining
Crude petroleum and natural gas

239,926

4,376

-

1961

2,439
484

Agricultural services, forestry, and fisheries
Mining....

1960

2,923

-

1059

238,695

All industries, total
Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries.

1958

14,025

15,129

19G3

1964

296,091

311,095

333,619

3,335

3,380

3,286

3,372

2,728
545

2,755
580

2,776
604

2,056
630

2,690
673

3,979

3,893

3,917

3,956

4,115

4,314

584
950
1,813

664
S41
1,850
638

551
826
1,876

M0
839
1,894

608
873
1,064

013
915
2,001

632
15,584

Contract construction
Manufacturing

82,482
_
w

78,682

86,895

31,833

_

31,658

19€2

34,137

89,712

664

683

720

785

16,842

17,802

19,446

21,105

15,843
89,823
96,662

100,606

107,166

115,509

8,982
370
3,396
4,107
3,465
5,277
5,534
1,494
2,048
1,307

37,838
9,239
389
3,607
4,460
3,680
5,472
5,824
1,408
2,344
1,355

38,972
9,444
397
3,G35
4,604
3,830
5,651
6,111
1,500
2,446
1,354

41,100
0,901
422
3,870
4,908
4,030
0,020
6,403
1,493
2,041
1,433

43,578
10,224
423
4,239
5,255
4,263
0,380
6,873
1,621
2,917
1,493

35,978

Lumber and wood products, except furniture.Furniture and fixtures. _
Stone, clay, and glass products
Primary metal industries
_.
Fabricated metal products
Machinery, except electrical
Electrical machinery.
Transportation equipment and ordnance, except
vehicles.
Motor vehicles and motor vehicle equipment
Instruments
_
Miscellaneous manufacturing industries._
Transportation

47,024

52,758

54,468

53,845

58,824

61,634

05,970

71,931

8,583
6,593
7,156

2,178
1,502
2,759
6,785
5,700
7,579
6,456
6,930

2,460
1,661
3,117
7,537
6,288
8,671
7,630
7,335

2,387
1,676
3,219
7,780
6,466
8,954
8,267
7,159

2,273
1,637
3,156
7,508
6,286
8,852
8,659
7,367

2,408
1,781
3,340
8,004
6,772
9,727
9,569
8,119

2,517
1,859
3,504
8,241
7,094
10,275
9,749
8,521

2,748
2,024
3,752
9,022
7,701
11,410
10,080
8,661

2,884
2,JS6
3,063
9,838
8,451
12,732
11,000
9,155

3,780
1,778
1,577

4,386
1,984
1,689

4,730
2,082
1,748

4,255
2,111
1,741

5,001
2,250
1,853

5,601
2,367
1,906

6,033
2,495
2,044

0,866
2,692
2,184

13,374

_

...

14,183

14,590

14,414

15,008

15,417

16,248

17,217

6,050
1,265
3,791
1,413
936
166
373

_

Railroad transportation
_
Local, suburban, and highway passenger
Motor freight transportation, and warehousing
Water transportation
Air transportation
Pipeline transportation
Transportation services
Communication

8,417
358
3,464
4,001
3,153
4,833
5,050
1,514
2,018
1,329

13,994

motor

7,981
342
3,116
3,659
2,869
4,550
4,707
1,481
1,740
1,213

4,427
1,841
1,605

,
,

7,917
337
3,280
3,760
2,813
4,458
4,667
1,509
1,838
1,254

35,244
8,790
377
3,445
4,080
3,289
5,126
5,330
1,482
2,031
1,294

2,235
1,548
2,787
7,778

...

Durable goods

5,556
1,235
3,837
1,226
9S9
12
6
369

5,594
1,259
4,362
1,281
1,131
14
6
392

5,499
1,293
4,558
1,382
1,275
160
423

5,197
1,296
4,630
1,359
1,336
161
435

5,242
1,301
4,992
1,426
1,432
158
457

5,207
1,321
5,298
1,456
1,511
156
468

5,305
1,352
5t704
1,554
1,676
154
603

5,466
1,397
6,215
1,685
],S60
153
641

4,098

4,076

4,242

4,467

4,613

4,816

5,013

5,405

5,764

3,976
637

4,143

4,298
715

4,630
775

4,944
820

3,571
527

3,519
557

3,657
585

3,842
625

3,127

3,337

3,515

3,691

3,835

39,307

40,032

42,830

45,390

46,211

14,739
24,568

15,138
24,894

16,162

17,101
28,289

17,633
28,578

10,259

10,921

11,776

12,434

2,528
1,055
562
3,462
780
1,872

2,706
1,127
649
3,696
843
1,900

2,874
1,245
823
3,868
897
2,069

3,112
1,362
835
4,075
967
2,083

23,632

Telephone and t e l e g r a p h . .

24,966

26,910

29,072

Radio broadcasting and television..
Electric, gas, a n d sanitary services

•.

Wholesale a n d retail trade
Wholesale t r a d e . .
Retail trade
_
Finance, insurance, a n d real e s t a t e
Banking
„
Credit agencies, holding and other investment companies
Security and commodity brokers.
Insurance carriers
„
Insurance agents, brokers, and service.
Real estate

•

_

State and local
General g o v e r n m e n t " I I I " I I . " " I
Public education
„
Nonschool, except work relief
tt ork relief.
Government enterprises
Rest of the world
Addendum: All private industries..

4,145

4,369

4,564

51,416

55,132

59,166

48,740
18,541
30,199

19,493
31,923

20,858
34,274

22,418
36,748

13,277

13,899

14,731

15,816

16,777

3,311
1,477
1,075
4,235
1,036
2,143

3,512
1,579
1,001
4,422
1,106
2,279

3,744
1,740
066
4,673
1,171
2,437

4,012
1,SS2
1,076
4,997
1,262
2,587

4,273
2,017
1,201
5,189
1,355
2,742

30,687

32,939

35,150

38,305

41,357

1,822
3,215
4,845
1,235
711
806
1,474
6,432
781
2,938
4,239
2,868
3,784

1,955
3,451
5,495
1,351
762
864
1,567
7,176
859
3,256
4,646
3,156
3,867

2,096
3,702
6,150
1,470
833
967
1,655
7,732
038
3,589
4,SS3
3,423
3,910

1,412
2,595
2,900
819
496
745
1,010
4,055
533
1,775
3,196
1,963
3,477

1,510
2,731
3,271
921
567
775
1,105
4,468
579
1,939
3,416
2,105
3,523

1,618
2,854
3,649
1,009
622
772
1,221
4,913
632
2,135
3,637
2,248
3,762

1,660
2,946
4,020
1,054
648
815
1,300
5,327
673
2,364
3,793
2,392
3,695

1,737
3,090
4,489
1,143
680
791
1,399
5,824
723
2,625
4,029
2,645
3,764

43,522

45,625

48,710

52,183

55,929

59,447

64,297

69,208

40,429

Government a n d government enterprises
Federal
General government
Civilian, except work relief
Military
„
Work relief.
Government enterprises

673
3,974

1,394
2,557
2,707
777
512
782
915
3,658
497
1,632
2,951
1,953
3,297

Hotels and other lodging places...
Personal services
Miscellaneous business services
-Automobile repair, automobile services, and garages
Miscellaneous repair services.
Motion pictures.
Amusement and recreation services, except motion pictures
Medical and other health services
Legal services..
Educational services
Nonprofit membership organizations
Miscellaneous professional services
Private households




358,389

60,649

Nondurable kindred products..
Food and goods
Tobacco manufacturesTextile mill products
Apparel and other fabricated textile products.
Paper and allied products
Printing, publishing, and allied industries
Chemicals and allied products
Petroleum refining and related industries.
Rubber and miscellaneous plastic products
Leather and leather products

Services

1965

22,638
19,509
9,636
9,873

23,548
20,180
10,286
9,894

24,715
21,126
10,941
10,185

26,166
22,405
11,649
10,756

27,313
23,238
12,389
10,849

29,231
24,896
13,204
11,692

30,743
26,031
13,955
12,126

""3*368*

""37589"

37761"

""47675

27,468
25,736
13,053
12,683

29,763
27,958
14,375
13,583

32,134
30,137
15,706
14,431

35,066
32,978
17,395
15,683

38,465
36,226
19,239
16,987

"" 17239

21,035
18,299
8,655
9,644
'"27736

-

-

-

-

•
•
•

22,159
19,135
9,368
9,767
""3*024"

19,394
18,048
8,692
9,356

21,363
19,908
9,719
10,189

17346

22,987
21,468
10,612
10,856

""l,*455"

21
198,245

25,162
23,514
11,852
11,662

*" "47662

"""57805'

17997

2, OSS

22

24

26

28

30

32

34

36

222,108

225,869

240,132

251,616

269,288

289,145

196,382

212,538

""l,*648

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

98

Table 6.3.—'Average Number of Full-Ttme and Part-Time
[Data In thousands]
Lino
All Industries, total
Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries.
Agricultural sorVlccsi forestry, and fisheries.
Mining
Metal mining
Anthraclto mining....-----Bituminous and other soft coal mining.
Crudo petroleum and natural gas
Nonmetallic mining and quarrying
Contract construction

.....

Manufacturing....
Nondurablo goods
Food and kindred products
Tobacco manufactures
•
Textile mill products
•
Apparel nnd other finished fabric products.
Paper and allied products
---«
Printing, publishing, and allied industries,
Chemicals and allied products
Products of petroleum and coal
Rubber products
leather nnd leather products
Durable goods
Lumber and timber basic products
Furniture and finished lumber products.
Stone, cloy, and glass products
Iron and steel and their products, including ordnance,
Nonfcrrotis metals and their products
Machinery, except electrical
Electrical machinery
Transportation equipment, except automobiles
Automobiles and automobile equipment
Miscellaneous manufacturing.Transportation

Railroads
Local and highway passenger transportation
Highway freight transportation and warehousing
Water transportation
Air transportation (common carriers)
Pipeline transportation
Services allied to transportation
Communication
_
Telephone, telegraph, and related services
Radio broadcasting and television
Electric, gas, and sanitary services
Utilities: electric and gas
Local utilities and public services, n.e.c.
Wholesale and retail trade
Wholesale trade
,
Retail trade and automobile services...,
Finance, insurance, and real estate
Banking
Security and commodity brokers, dealers, and exchanges.
Finance, n.e.c
Insurance carriers
Insurance agents and combination offices
Real estate
Services
Hotels and other lodging places,
Personal services
Private households
_
_
(
Commercial and trade schools and employment agencies
Business services, n.e.c
Miscellaneous repair services and hand trades..

Motion pictures

III"..Ill

Amusement and recreation, except motion pictures,
Medical and other health services
Legal services..
""*
Engineering and other professional services, n.e.c
Educational services, n.e.c
Nonprofit membership organizations, n.e.c.
Government and government enterprises.
Federal
General government
'„„'_'„
Civilian, except work relief.
Military
Work relief
Government enterprises
'.'.['...V..
State and local
,
General government
,
Public education
Nooschool, except work relief
Work relief
.../...'/.I" I
Government enterprises
Rest of the world
Addendum: All private Industries.




5,076
1,377

3,699
1,309
281
109
128
348
136
307
4,374

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES
Employees by Industry: Annually, 1929-47
[Data In thousands]
1939

Alt industries, total

1940

1941

1942

1943

1944

1945

1940

1947

39,469

Mining
Metal mining
_
Anthracite mining
Bituminous and other soft coal mining
Crude petroleum and natural gas
Nonmetallic mining and quarrying

57,234

55,612

49,672

49,775

2,635

2,312

2,188

2,291

2,391

2,679
130

2,652
127

2,555
137

2,408
127

2,171
141

2,048
140

2,137
154

2,231
100

927

975

985

917

879

S29

118
91
439
196
83

131
92
452
204
96

132
89
480
183
101

132
84
434
177
90

107
80
415
198
79

89
73
388
200
73

1,219

-

1,285

1,774

2,131

1,566

1,110

9,967

Contract construction...
Manufacturing

56,058

2,692

103
83
3S1
187
73

Agricultural services, forestry, and fisheries...

50,282

2,779

2,727
132

-..

45,631

2,809

832

Farms

41,253

2,859

Agriculture, forestry* and fisheries.,

10,882

13,137

15,284

17,402

17,050

1,135
IS, 1S6

938
83
S2
391
221
89

99
80
429
235
95

1,739

2,062

14,493

15,215

6,751

0,881

1,500
104
1,313
1,117
449
OGS
705
219
205
411

1,530
100
1,327
1,12S
4G4
705
723
22S
270
400

7,742

8,334

578
486
474
1,070
4US
1,393
847
593
067
530

058
552
503
1.SC3
482
1,549
929
512
749
537
2,996

Nondurable goods
Food and kindred products
Tobacco manufactures
—
—
Textile mill products
Apparel and other finished fabric productsPaper and allied products
Printing, publishing, and allied industriesChemicals and allied products
Products of petroleum and coal
Rubber products
_
Leather and leather products

5,358

5,515

0,138

6,438

0,478

0,328

1,175
107
1,215
903
314
577
414
135
14G
372

1,223
104
1,223
918
336
568
469
151
156
367

1,303
103
1,383
1,043
378
581
580
168
189
410

1,385
66
1,388
1,079
3S0
555
780
183
189
403

1,441
100
1,217
1,019
390
550
790
197
239
355

Durable goods

4,609

5,367

6,999

8,846

1,405
102
1,321
1,073
393
550
849
ISO
224
375
10,924

431
384
343
1,155
284
661
393
186
467
300
2,073
1,114
277
347
148
15
22
150
425
402
23
445
423
22
6,825
1,833
4,992
1,470
290
76
117
423
144
420
5,497
405
642
2,315
21
265
74
191
215
522
126
37
265
419
7,856
4,530
4,118
560
342
3,216
412

500
406
369
1,331
328
792
455
301
543
342
2,164

609
460
433
I, (Ml
410
1,087
607
675
655
422
2,357
1,285
273
451
151
24
24
149
478
450
28
476
454
22
7,768
2,014
5,754
1,559
311
61
135
445
144
463
5,907
433
769
2,312
28
281
79
204
250
5S0
128
53
276
514
8,618
5,264
4,812
944
1,676
2,192
452

633
444
436
1,9GO
461
1,363
757
1,749
575
468
2,512
1,429
296
477
112
34
25
139

585
421
413
2,460
508
1,457
960
3,271
325
524
2,741
1,534
335
474
140
46
25
181

503
474
29
443
422
21
7,539
1,916
5,623
1,531
321
50
125
437
145
453
6,108
433
802
2,369
48
272
82
215
253
614
122
78
282
538
10,549
7,252
6,765
1,702
4,154
909
487

520
490
30
391
373
18
7,378
1,808
5,570
1,475
330
47
101
415
142
440
5,770
440
808
1.9S4
60
260
95
22G
233
655
114
63
288
539
15,356
12,155
11,611
2,497
9,029
85
544

520

536

609

539

3,354
3,182
1,319
1,846
17
172

3,297
3,126
1,327
1,794
5
171

3,201
3,028
1,319
1,709

3,185
3,019
1,319
1,700

3,237
3,071
1,337
1,734

3,476
3,297
1,414
1,883

3,747
3.547
1.517
2,030

173

166

166

179

200

7

5

5

5

5

40,695

39,689

33,112

40,327

42,448

Lumber and timber basic products
Furniture and finished lumber products
Stone, clay, and glass products
_
Iron and steel and their products, including ordnance..
Nonferrous metals and their products
Machinery, except electrical
Electrical machinery
Transportation equipment, except automobiles
Automobiles and automobile equipment
Miscellaneous manufacturing
Transportation
Railroads
Local and highway passengertransportation.'/.
Highway freight transportation and warehousing
water transportation_
Air transportation (common carriers)
Pipeline transportation
Services allied to transportation
Communication
Telephone, telegraph, and related services.
Radio broadcasting and television
Electric, gas, and sanitary services
Utilities: electric and gas
Local utilities and public services, n.e.c
Wholesale and retail trade
Wholesale trade
Retail trade and automobTle'servlceV."""..."
Finance, Insurance, and real estate
Banking
Security and commodity brokers," dealers, and exchanges..
r inance, n.e.c
„

Insurance carriers. -II_.I""IIII"™II

•

insurance agents and combination offices
—
Real estate
Services
. _ ....
Hotels and other lodging places
Personal s e r v i c e s , . . ; . . . . . .
Private households
Commercial and trade schools and employment agencies....
Business services, n.e.c
Miscellaneous repair services and hand trades
Motion pictures
Anmsemcnt and recreation, except motion pictures
Medical and other health services
and other professional services, n.e.c
services, n.e.c
embership organizations, n.e.c
Government and government enterprises
federal
General g o v e r n m e n t : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : . . . : :
Civilian, except work relief
Military
work r e l i e f . . . : . . : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : . . . . :
Government enterprises
State and local
Nonschool, except work relief
Work relief
Government enterprises
Rest of the world
n

ddendum: All private Industries.
215-880 O—6&




S

*
.

—

3,326
3,183
1,267
1,877
39
143

1,160
272
385
150
19
23
155
435
410
25
465
443
22
7,220
1,899
5,321
1,518
298
71
124
435
143
447
5,813
416
709
2,454
19
265
72
192
230
549
126
41
271
469
7,733
4,408
3,983
642
549
2,792
425
3,325
3,164
1,254
1,872
38
161

I
33,518
31,612

37,210

39,728

10,722
559
406
386
2,424
492
1,405
1,037
3,175
341
497
2,932
1,016
348
469
210
47
20
210
519
4S6
33
371
353
18
.7,357
1,828
5,529
1,417
333
47
92
401
138
431
5,712
448
779
1,904
43
273
100
237
242
665
105
59
292
665
17,590

14,405
13,885
2,520
11,365

6,253
1,431
102
1,103
1,021
394
569
770
207
234
350
8,933
524
402
381
2,072
457
1,331
925
2,044
308
4S9
3,012
1,028
357
477
200
53
25
212
536
500
30
378
359
19
7,641
1,927
5,717
1,477
345
52
95
413
142
430
5,727
445
795
1,892
25
292
102
238
244
661
100
GO
296
571
17,495
14.25S
13,722
2,420
11.302

3,009
1,564
400
528
210
82
27
192
653
613
40
451
429
22
9,055
2,2S0
0,709
1,692
376
64
112
4S4
172
4S4
6,073
491
912
1,750

30
354
130
253
2S9
701
114
82
313
648
9,340

1,543
410
553
171
83
28
208
6SS
643
45
493
470
23
9,546
2.4S5
7.0GI
1,746
395
61
121
525
177
467
6,373
4S9
915
1,891
37
3S0
139
253
291
7G7
116
93
337
665
7,322

5,864
5,255
1,821
3,434

3,575
3.036
1,437
1,599

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

100

Table 6.3.—Average Number of Full-Time and

[Data in thousands]
Lino

1948

1949

1950

1951

1952

1053

1954

1955

1956

50,865

55,834

58,271

56,61

58,18]

2,461

2,331

2,231

2,167

2,1;

2,062

1,965

2,207
166

2,295
166

1,99
17

1,967

1,89:

r

1,791
174

928

930

2,153
178
942

2,055
181

993

801

S45

101
533
267
97

Aprlcultural services, forestry, and fisheries

51,572

2,373

2,314
168

Fnrms

49,631

2,482

All Industries, total.
Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries

95
475
261
97

97
470
264

102
442
291
107

10J
251
335
11

112
263
347
123

Mining

2,278

2,169

2,669

2,70

2,68;

14,438

15,241

16,453

16,752

7,183

6,926

7,120

7,309

7,28€

7,43!

1,784
99
1,329
1,196
470
720
647
223
309
406

1,768
101
1,192
1,177
453
726
616
218
284
391

1,780
97
1,256
1,201
485
740
637
220

1,825
105
1,239
1,210
510
763
711
232
333
381

1,823
10E
1,163
1,225
504
77J
734
23!
336
384

1,828

8,347

7,512

8,121

9,144

841
345
556
1,279
1,012
1,385
995
510
757
251
416

734
322
518
1,134
911
1,191
858
496
735
230
383

800
371
551
1,241
1,013
1,218
985
487
801
251
403

854
363
589
1,370
1,087
1,475
1,104
765
841
292
404

_

2,943

2,744

2,786

llailroad transportation
Local, suburban, and highway passenger
Motor freight transportation and warehousing
Wafer transportation
Air transportation
Pipeline transportation
Transportation services
...._.....

13
14
15
10
17
IS
19
20
21
23
24
25
2fi
27
23
29
30
31
32
33
34

1,503
391
578
272
90
30
79
744

1,349
378
574
251
88
29
75

1,373
359
626
240
83
27
73

43
44

743

728

689
54

670
58

543

549

559

Nondurable goods

*

Food and kindred products
Tobacco manufactures
Textile mill products
Apparel and other fabricated textile products
Paper and allied products
Printing, publishing, and allied industries
Chemicals and allied products
Petroleum refining and related industries
Hubbcrand miscellaneous plastic products
Leather and leather products
Durable goods
Lumber and wood products, except furniture
Furniture and fixtures
Stone, clay, and glass products
Primary metal industries
Fabricated metal products
„
Machinery, except electrical
,
Electrical machinery
,
Transportation equipment and ordnance, except motor vehicle.
Motor vehicles and motor vehicle equipment
Instruments
Miscellaneous manufacturing industries..
"...

Transportation

Communication
Telephone and telegraph

45

Radio broadcasting and television.,

693
51

46

Electric, gas, And smnltary services...

529

47
43
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56

16,386
7,198

2,807

2,951

16,959

17,316

7,341

7,428

1,808
102
1,059
1,230
55]
83f
779
239
360
382

1,827
99
1,038
1,235
570
863
811
233
368
379

9,466

1,158
1,253
533
80C
77'
24:
351
387
10,13£

1,807
104
1,041
1,195
534
814
76:
239
328
37C
9,19C

9,613

79;
36;
569
1,306
1,086
1,553
1,184
1,110
785
314
397

768
374
580
1,393
1,173
1,577
1,326
1,275
909
337
427

702
347
554
1,228
1,093
1,424
1,190
1,148
775
323
406

742
373
586
1,336
1,155
1,452
1,243
1,102
888
327
409

2,945

2,922

2,922

2,713

2,754

1,433
357
683
267
97
28
80

1,383
353
703
260
111
29
83

1,360
345
735
252
118
28
84

1,206
326
722
233
120
27
79

1,197
309
768
243
130
26
81

760

789

82!

822

838

. 697

724

751
70

746
76

759
79

578

581

587

595

10,261

10,167

10,433

10,805

2,689
7,572

2,669
7,498

2,721
7,712

2,840
7;©65

65
566

io;

72
3
1,371
1,174
1,666
1,318
1,183
798
346
416

1,184

150
26
81

9,321

9,210

9,374

9,913

Wholesale trade
Retail trade
Finance, insurance, and real estate
Ranking
„
Credit agencies, holding and other investment companies
Security and commodity brokers
Insurance carriers
Insurance agents, brokers, and service
Real estate
Services..

2,530
6,791

2,457
6,753

2,469
6,905

2,607
7,306

10,111
2,659
7,452

1,823

1,849

1,931

2,016

2,088

2,168

2,244

2,353

2,452

410
126
61
559
122
545

415
132
59
582
131
530

424
145
63
604
137
558

456
156
67
628
148
561

484
170
68
656
155
555

510
181
161
555

528
193
71
718
166
568

548
211
82
738
171

575
232
S3
766
179
612

6,784

6,839

7,149

7,377

7,415

7,602

7,614

8,161

8,627

480
903
329
236
134
249
304
825
113
429
705
189
1,888

468
881
328
221
121
250
299
856
115
449
744
186
1,921

466
881
343
206
118
249
296
922
120
466
762
189
2,131

481
898
374
201
129
248
292
989
126
474
788
222
2,155

494
897
406
204
134
243
287
1,034
127
486
803
254
2,046

506
894
440
202
127
236
291
1,093
131
505
835
272
2,070

500
885
455
198
117
233
289
1,160
133
528
859
272
1,985

507
207
121
231
296
1,228
135
560
906
295
2,285

530
907
55S
219
127
227
301
1,305
135
5SS
950
343
2,447

7,428

7,790

8,030

9,864

10,657

10,608

10,480

10,421

3,466
2,898
1,430
1,468

3,657
3,056
1,452
1,604

3,749
3,166
1,472
1,694

5,553
4,948
1,824
3,124

6,204
5,559
1,921
3,638

5,663
5,033
1,707
3,326

5,369
4 741
1,716
3,025

""eoT

6,003
5,372
1,827
3,545

""583"

""636"

628"

4,133
3,888
1,660
2,228

4,281
4,023
1,718
2,305

84
85

Addendum: All private Industries

78
70
80
81
82
83

2,665

59,795

Wholesale and retail trade

Hotels and other lodging places....
Personal services
_
Miscellaneous business services
Automobile repair, automobile services, and garages..
Miscellaneous repair services
Motion pictures
_
Amusement and recreation services, except motion pictures..
Medical and other health services
Legal services
Educational services.
Nonprofit membership organizations
~ Miscellaneous professional services
Private households
Government and government enterprises
Federal
General government.,.
Civilian, filfpnt vcnrV w»1l»#
Civilian, except work relief.
Military
Work relief
Government enterprises
State and local
„
General government
,
Public education
Nonschool, except work relief
Work relief
Government enterprises
Rest of the world.

72
73
74
76
76
77

10
261
32:
11:

17,578

Manufacturing

35

39*
30fl
10

10
34!
31
11!

15,530

Contract construction
13

r

911

80

Metal mining
Coal mining
Crude petroleum and natural gas
Mining and quarrying of nonmetalllc minerals

36
37
38
39
40
41
42

57,H




_.

3,962
3,726
1,579
2,147

63T
4,311
4,045
1,768
2,277

4,453
4,148
1,850
2,298

4,605
4,295
1,944
2,351

""316"

4,817
4,505
2,043
2,462

312"

5

46,134

318"

—633
5,323

5>
330
4

5

47,657

5,052
4,734
2,180
2,554

10,547

47,761

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

101

Part-Time Employees by Industry: Annually, 1948-65
^

[Data in thousands]
1957

Line

1058

1959

1060

1061

1962

1063

1064

1065

AlUndustries, total..

60,148

58,708

60,271

61,530

61,362

63,166

64,176

65,692

Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries

1,947

1,989

1,948

1,940

1,967

1,947

1,925

1,752

1,679

1,773
174

1,819
170

1,785
163

1,794
173

1,769
178

1,405
184

752

720

668

651

1,745
180
634

1,675
177

842

1,772
168
701

631

636

113
257
350
122

93
217
324
118

84
192
324
120

95
179
309
118

89
159
303
117

84
152
299
116

81
148
289
110

81
144
290
110

85
142
288
121

Farms.-------

.---_.«.-

.___.

.......

Agricultural services, forestry, and fisheries
Mining
Metal mining
Coalmining
Crude petroleum and natural gas
Mining and quarrying of nonmetallic minerals.

2,878

,

Durable goods
Lumber and wood products, except furniture
Furniture and fixtures
Stone, clay, and glass products,Primary metal industries
Fabricated metal products
Machinery, except electrical
_
__.
Electrical machinery
Transportation equipment and ordnance, except motor vehicle,
Motor vehicles and motor vehicle equipment
Instruments
Miscellaneous manufacturing Industries
Railroad transportation
Local, suburban, and highway passenger
Motor freight transportation and warehousing..
water transportation
Air transportation
Pipeline transportation
Transportation services

Electric, gas, and sanitary services

18,088

7,074

7,265

7,315

7,243

7,366

7,375

7,455

7,660

1,804
95
985
1,212
567
877
825
239
369
373

1,749
93
922
1,158
558
871
705
227
345
356

1,760
93
949
1,217
582
886
814
217
376
371

1.783
93
926
1,230
592
912
831
210
378
360

1,768
90
897
1,209
599
918
834
202
370
356

1,757
90
908
1,259
615
926
850
196
408
357

1,744
89
895
1,274
622
930
865
192
417
347

1,750
91
897
1,294
025
054
878
187
432
347

1,761
88
030
1,345
G40
0S2
910
164
467
353

8,834

9,378

9,446

9,067

0,502

0,C20

9,842

10,428

655
382
592
1,368
1,184
1,573
1,338
1,275
770
355
397

613
364
563
1,159
1,078
1,359
1,232
1,148
615
327
376

652
384
600
1,191
1,130
1,460
1,386
1,156
684
345
390

628
383
604
1,227
1,135
1,473
1,457
1,078
717
352
392

580
365
580
1,146
1,082
1,418
1,468
1,061
641
345
381

588
3S4
589
1,173
1,126
1,493
1,573
1,127
700
356
393

588
389
600
1,176
1,146
1,533
1,558
1,133
744
362
391

C05
40G
615
1,233
1,187
1,014
1,544
1,106
767
364
401

429
630
1,302
1,265
1,749
1,656
1,138
841
384
422

G12

2,532

2,563

2,563

2,470

2,475

2,470

2,494

2,537

956
287
793
229
167
25
75

924
281
847
234
175
24
78

883
282
866
234
192
23
S3

813
278
853
227
195
22
82

793
273
883
224
197
21
84

770
270
002
221
203
20
84

755
268
921
230
213
19
83

738
209
965
226
229
19
91

858

834

840

829

825

827

849

881

772
86

746

749
91

736
93

731
94

730
97

748
101

776
105

615

611

616

615

612

614

618

626

11,345

11,591

11,853

12,255

12,729

10,899

Retail insurance, III_IIIIIIIII__IIIIII
finance, trade
and real estate

2,916
8,163

2,990
8,403

3,006
8,339

3,055
8,536

3,101
8,752

3,178
9,077

3,296
9,433

2,552

2,616

2,687

2,749

2,805

2,880

2,955

3,029

767
341
126
S79
229
613

791
355
129
886
235
630

605
240
87
805
185
578

—

Q er

^ argoV'C"II"^"""""""III""
tojffi*31' ^cept w6rk7e'UefI"."IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII«"-IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIH

619
242
93
833
193
572

639
257
106
830
196
588

672
278
114
838
205
580

696
294
127
843
212
577

716
308
132
842
218
589

742
327
123
861
221
606

8,846

Banking-.
Credit agencies, "holding and'otheMnvestment companies
Security and commodity brokers
Insurance carriers
insurance agents, brokers, and service
Real estate
Services
Hotels and other lodging places
personal services
M scellaneous business services
automobile repair, automobile services, and garages
Miscellaneous repair services
Motion pictures
Amusement and recreation services, except motion pictures
Medical and other health services
Legal services
Educational services.....
nonprofit membership organizations
miscellaneous professional services
Private housholds
Government and government enterprises
Federal

11,079

2,860
7,923

2,500

Wholesale trade..

10,783

11,393

2,867
8,032

Wholesale and retail trade




3,201

17,297

600

Radio broadcasting tmd television

Addendum: All private industries..

3,071

16,995

907

Telephone and telegraph

* of the world

2,958

16,868

822
85

Communication

s

2,881

16,310

1,117
301
812
261
167
26
79

Transportation

Work reliefIII

2,820

16,761

2,763

,
,

2,863

16,643

9,889

Nondurable goods
Food and kindred products
Tobacco manufactures
Textile mill products
Apparel and other fabricated textile products
Papei and allied products
Printing, publishing, and allied Industries
Chemicals and allied products
Petroleum refining and related industries
Rubber and miscellaneous plastic products
Leather and leather products

2,902

15,908

7,346

Manufacturing

2,794

17,235

Contract construction

Government enterprises..."....
State and local..
General government
IIII
Nonschool,
Work relief
Government enterprises

68,012

9,093

9,411

9,686

9,993

10,314

10,609

11,012

11,360

530
905
609
226
132
216
300
1,375
136
628
979
366
2,444

524
890
637
234
124
199
306
1,455
141
663
1,017
353
2,550

540

565
906
813
272
142
185
354
1,673
159
768
1,111
389
2,656

580
920
883
285
145
177
369

1,017
315
151
176
390
1,972
179
SS7
1,215
454
2.6S3

645
994
1,118
333
160
181
399

1,756
164
806
1,152
413
2,694

594
930
943
299
147
175
3S0
1,863
169
843
1,173
432
2,656

618
955

705
253
133
194
321
1,537
147
692
1,053
368
2,575

560
902
762
268
140
187
341
1,605
157
733
1,099
378
2,554

2,090
190
917
1,250
479
2,604

10,727

0,828

10,940

11,276

11,592

12,163

12,407

12,751

13.242

4,950
4,261
1,745
2,516

5,065
4,342
1,744
2,598

5,334
4,606
1,806
2,800

5,283
4,547
1,824
2,723

5,281
4,537
1,817
2,720

5,329
4,567
1,835
2,732

5,179
4,531
1,745
2,786
"""648"

5,548
5,225
2,426
2,799

""323"
4
49,417

4,994
4,335
1,703
2,632

4,911
4,239
1,696
2,543

659

672

""723]

""72S"

"*"*736"

6,829
6,461
3,184

7,124
6,726
3.3S5
3,341

6,326
5,973
2,872
3,101

6,527
6,165
2,957
3,208

4

4

4

4

47,876

50,050

49,766

50,999

5,834
5,497
2,552
2,945

6,029
5,691
2,684
3,007

337

338

49,327

3,277
368"

398*

744*

762

7,473
7,047
3,603
3,444

7,913
7,456
3,891
3,565

426"

457

4
51,765

4

52,934

54,766

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

102

Table 6.4«—Number of Full-Time Equivalent

[Data in thousands]
1930

Lino

1931

1935

1936

fisheries

..

27,215

27,681

30,905

32,263

35,413

3,004

2,973

2,968

2,990

3,085

3,054

3,103
122

2,894
110

2,981
104

2,624
130

672

897

955

92
68
457
180
70

35,896

3,225

813

Agricultural services, forestry, and

119
68
470
192
76

33,769

Mining

11

Metal mining
Anthracite mining
Bituminous and other soft coal mining
Crude petroleum and natural gas
Nonmotallic mining and quarrying
Contract construction

12

Manufacturing

2,862
106
693

822

,
1,434

-

1,198

907

1,104

*

-

1,041
145
1,262
772
284
615
397
128
176
370
5,238

Lumber and timber basic products
Furniture- and finished lumber products
Stone, clay, and glass products....—.
Iron and steel and their products, including ordnance..
Nonfcrrous metals and their products
Machinery, except electrical
Electrical machinery
-Transportation equipment, except automobiles
.Automobiles and automobile equipment
Miscellaneous manufacturing

2,873

4,457

3,497

841
108
907
593
226
481
291
97
110
300
2,724

939
102
1,081
632
244
449
321
99
124
320
2,893

3,587

Communication

Telephone, telegraph, and related services
Radio broadcasting and television
4G
Electric, gas, and sanitary services
„
Utilities: electric and gas
Local utilities and public services, n.e.c
49
Wholesale and retail trade
Wholesale trade
52
Retail trado and automobile services
Finance, insurance, and real estate
Banking
_
Security and commodity brokers, dealers, and exchanges.
Finance, n.e.c
Insurance carriers
Insurance agents and combination offices
"
Real estate.....
...._..
Services
._
Hotels and other lodging places
Personal services
Private households
-.I.I'III"".
Commercial and trade schools and employment agencies
Business services, n.e.c
_
Miscellaneous repair services and hand trades
.""
Motion pictures
Amusement and recreation, except motion pfcturesY
~~"
Medical and other health services
_
Legal services
I .....
Engineering and other professional servlces,"n.e.c.Y " " " "
Educational services, n.e.a...._-„.
Nonprofit membership organizations, n.e.c
Government and government enterprises
Federal
General government
l.*+V.
Civilian, except work relief
"
"
*""
Military
""
Work relief
[...'.'..[
[
Government enterprises
I.".'"""
State and local
General government
... r
Public education
"""
Nonschool, except work relief
"
Work relief
Government enterprises
-"--I-""^I""II~ !
Rest of the world
Addendum: All private industries.,




5,461

4,460

5,130

1,085
112
1,139
699
280
492
369
115
141
345

604
437
397
1,217
325
764
519
150
540
285

35 | Transportation
Railroads..Local and highway passenger transportation
.._-...
Highway freight transportation and warehousing
Water transportation
Air transportation (common carriers)
Pipeline transportation
Services allied to transportation
—

914
120
1,025
672
250
548
329
105
120
315

1,082
10,591

5,185

5,190
—

36,662

9,645

10,428

Food and kindred products
-Tobacco manufactures
Tcxttlo mill products
._..----Apparel and other finished fabric products
Paper and allied products
r-—-Printing, publishing, and allied industries
Chemicals and allied products
Products of petroleum and coal
Rubber products.-.
Leather and leather products
-

43

840

,

Nondurable goods

Durable goods

1934

3,190
122

|

Farms

24 |

1933

3,312

All Industries, total
Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries

13

1932

3,941
360
329
281
996
249
677
338
105
464
242

2,632

2,280

1,934

1,910

1,933

391

538

1,841

390

389

2,046

493

5,551
1,571
3,980
1,390

5,112

4,928

4,472

1,275
3,197

23
4,932
1,406
3,576

6,046

1,261

4,547

4,280

282
525

3,184
827

3,399

3,872

2,523
2,419
1,109
1,223
87

104

4,731

1,216
016
294
249
373
300
2,656
2,557
1,084
1,174
299

6,143

1,717
1,394
357
250
787
323
3,014
2,909
1,083
1,223

603
105
31,131

2,807
115

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

103

Employees by Industry: Annually, 1929-4-7
[Data In thousands]
1939

Line
All industries, total.

1941

1942

1944

1943

1Q4G

1045

51,211

55,361

53,612

47,481

47,506

2,660

2,507

2,280

2,158

2,257

2,356

2,679
102

2,555
105

2,408
99

2,048
110

2,137
120

2,231
125

927

975

985

917

2,171
109
879

829

871

938

103
88
381
187
73

Metal mining
_
Anthracite mining
-„..-..
Bituminous and other soft coal mining
Crude petroleum and natural gas
....
Nonmetallic mining and quarrying
Contract construction
_
Manufacturing

48,045

2,751

832

-

43,022

2,781

2,727
104

Agricultural services, forestry, and fisheries-

38,336

2,831

Farms

118
91
439
196
83

131
92
452
204
96

132
89
480
183
101

132
84
434
177
90

107
80
415
193
79

69
73
388
20ft
73

88
82
391
221
89

80
429
235
95

2,131

1,739

2,062

14,493

15,215

6,751

6,881

1,600
104
1,313
1.117
449
GG8
705
219
205
411

1,530
100
1,327
1,128
464
705
723
228
270
400

7,742

8,334

578
4S6
474
1,670
493
1,393
847
693
G67
530

658
552
603
1,803
482
1,549
929
512
749
537

2,894

2,886

2,869

1.628
354
398
247
53
25
189

1,564
402
440
200
82
27
171

1,543
406
401
103
83
28
185

533

649

684

500
33
378
359
19
6.938
1,868
5,070
1,393
343
42
81
404
118
405
5,181
417
746
1,632
21
264
84
215
197
661
90
66
295
493
17,012
14,217
13,722
2,420
11,302

613
36
451
429
22
8,226
2,215
6,011

1,219

1,285

1,774

1,566

1,110

9,967

10,882

13,137

17,402

17,050

5,358

5,515

6,138

6,478

6,328

1,175
107
1,215
903
314
577
414
135
146
372

1,223
104
1,223
918
336
508
469
151
156
367

1,303
103
1,383
1,043
378
581
580
168
189
410

1,385
90
1,388
1,079
3S0
555
780
183
189
403

1,405
102
1,321
1,073
393
550
849
186
224
375

1,441
100
1,217
1,049
390
550
790
197
239
355

4,609

5,367

6,999

8,846

10,924

10,722

1,431
102
1,163
1,021
394
569
776
207
234
35G
8,933

431
384
343
1,155
284
661
• 398
186
467
300

500
406
369
1,331
328
792
455
301
543
342

609
460
433
1,641
410

1,087
607
675
655
422

633
444
436
1,960
461
1,363
757
1,749
575
4G3

585
421
413
2,460
508
1,457
960
3,271
325
524

559
400
386
2,424
492
1,405
1,037
3,175
341
497

524
402
381
2,072
457
1,331
925
2,044
308
489

—.

1,990

2,072

2,257

2,410

2,631

2,817

Railroads......
_
_
Local and highway passenger transportation
Highway freight transportation and warehousingWater transportation
Air transportation (common carriers)
Pipeline transportation.-Services allied to transportation
•

1,114
276
290
140
15
22
133

1,160
270
321
142
19
23
137

1,285
271
376
144
24
24
133

1,429
294
397
107
34
25
124

1,534
332
395
139
46
25
100

1,616
345
390
205
47
26
188

476

501

518

Nondurable goods
Food and kindred products
Tobacco manufactures
-.
Textile mill products
Apparel and other finished fabric productsPaper and allied products
Printing, publishing, and allied industries-..
Chemicals and allied products
Products of petroleum and coal
Eubber products
—
Leather and leather products
Durable goods

___-.._

__

Lumber and timber basic products
_
Furniture and finished lumber products
_
Stone, clay, and glass products
Iron and steel and their products, including ordnance..
Nonferrous metals and their products
--—Machinery, except electrical
Electrical machinery...
Transportation equipment, except automobiles
Automobiles and automobile equipment
Miscellaneous manufacturing
Transportation

_

Communication

_

Telephone, telegraph, and related services.
Radio broadcasting and . television.
t
'
"
. . . .
Electric, gas, and sanitary services
Utilities: electric and gas
Local utilities and public services, n.e.c
Wholesale and retail trade
Wholesale trade
Retail trade and automobile services
Finance, insurance, and real estate
—
Banking
Security and"commodity brokers,"dealers, and exchangesFinance, n.e.c
_
Insurance carriers
Insurance agents and combination offices
Real estate
Hotels
Services and other lodging places
Personal services
Private households
-—
Commercial and trade schools and employment agencies.
Business services, n.e.c
-—
Miscellaneous repair services and hand trades
Motion pictures
.
Amusement and'recreation, except motion pictures
Medical and other health services
Legal services
_
Engineering and other professional services, n.e.c
Educational services, n.e.c..-.,
Nonprofit membership organizations, n.e.c
Government and government enterprises
Federal
General government
—
Civilian, except work reliefMilitary
-,
n Work relief
State and local enterprises
Government
General government
—
Public education
Nonschool, except work relief
Work relief.
Government enterprises

423
402
21
445
423
22
6,165
1,776
4,389
1,376
288
62
93
414
119
395
4,937
377
597
2,075
17
220
58
172
173
522
116
37
265
32S
6,133
3,273
2,893
560
312
1,996
375
2,860
2,732
1,224
1,497
11
128

410
23
465
443
22
6,526
1,840
4,686
1,422
296
58
105
425
118
420

450
26
476
454
22
7,027
1,952
5,075
1,462
309
50
113
435
120
435

474
27
443
422
21
6,823
1,857
4,966
1,439
319
41
105
428
121
425

5,274
388
661
2,200
16
225
57
174
186
M9
116
41
271
390
6,267

5,347
404
718
2,057
24
241

5,518
401
750
2,092
40
230

642
549
1,789
2,898
2,752
1,235
1,505
11
146

Addendum: AH private Industries—-

64
184
202
580
117
53
276
427
7,337
4,415
3,984
944
1,676
1,364
431

66
193
204
614
111
78
282
443
9,846
6,979
6,457
1,702
4,154
601
522

2,922
2,764
1,249
1,509
6
158

2,867
2,714
1,245
1.467
2
153

1,135
15,186
6,253

516

490
28
391
373
18
6,678
1,762
4,926
1,3S9
328
33
86
406
118
413
5,226
412
756
1,739
50
229
78
2Gi
193
G55
104
.63
28S
455
14,979
12,189
11,573
2,497
9,029
4"
610

486
30
371
353
13
6,667
1,771
4, r*"*
1,364
336
39
78
392
115
404
5,165
420
731
1,655
35
243
81
214
196
665
95
59
292
479
17,137
14,366
13.SS5
2,520
11,365
431
2,771
2,622
1,216
1,406

2,795
2,647
1,224
1,423

155

149

2, OSS
2,823
l,27f
1,55:

3,234
3,053
1,364
1,689

495

2,790
2,635
1,227
1,408

374
63
94
475
143
455
5,510
462
857
1,503
25
324
107
228
233
701
103
82
313
572
8,800
5,81
5,25
1,82
3,434

643
41
493
470
23
8,688
2f408
6,280
1,643
393
49
102
514
146
439
5,791
461
S63
1,605
31
351
116
229
235
767
10*
93
337
599
6,762
3.52S
3,036
1,437
1,599
492

181

148

5

5

Restof the world




1047

36,339

Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries..

Mining

1940

30,205

32,067

35,682

38,194

39,225

38,219

36,625

38,67*

40,739

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OP THE UNITED STATES

104

Table 6.4.—Number of Full-Time Equivalent
[Data In thousands]
1956

Lino
All Industries, total
Agriculture, forestry, a n d

fisheries

Farms
Agricultural services, forestry, and fisheries.
Mining
Metal mining
Coalmining
Crude petroleum and natural gas*-.
..
Mining and quarrying of. nonmetallic minerals
Contract construction
Manufacturing
Nondurable goods
Food and kindred products
Tobacco manufactures
Tcxtilomlll products
Apparel and other fabricated textile products.
Paper and allied products
Printing, publishing, and allied industries,
Chemicals and allied products
Petroleum refining and related Industries.
Rubber and miscellaneous plastic products,
Leather and leather products.
Durablo goods
Lumber and wood products, except furniture
Furniture and fixtures
Stone, clay, and glass products
Primary metal Industries..
Fabricated metal products,
Machinery, except electrical
Electrical machinery
_
Transportation equipment and ordnance, except motor vehicles,
Motor vehicles and motor vehicle equipment
Instruments
Miscellaneous manufacturing industries.
Transportation
Railroad transportation
Local, suburban, and highway passenger.
Motor freight transportation and warehousing.
Water transportation
Air transportation
Pipeline transportation.
Transportation services
Communication
Telephone and telegraph
Radio broadcasting and television.
Electric, gas, and sanitary services
Wholesale and retail trade.
Wholesale trade
Retail trade

+

Finance, Insurance, and real estate
Ranking
„_„..
Credit agencies, holding and other Investment companies!
Security and commodity brokers
Insurance carriers
Insurance agents, brokers, and service.
Real estate
Serrlces
Hotels and other lodging places.
Personal services
Miscellaneous business services...
Automobile repair, automobile services, and garages.
Miscellaneous repair servicesMotion pictures
Amusement and recreation services, except motion pictures..
Medical and other health services.
Legal services
Educational services
Nonprofit membership organizations.
Miscellaneous professional services...
Private households.
Government and gOTernment enterprises.
Federal
General governments
Civilian, except work relief.
Military
Work relief.
Government enterprises
Stato and local
General government,Public education
Nonschool, except work relief.
Work relief
Government enterprises
Rest ofthe world
Addendum: All prirate industries




,

1,828
105
1,158
1,253
533
800
774
242
359
387

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES
105

Employees by Industry: Annually, 1948-65
[Data in thousands]

All industries, total.
Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries..
Farms..

--•—

1,773
163

Agricultural services, forestry, and fisheries

842

752

720

701

113
257
350
122

93
217
324
118

84
192
324
120

95
179
309
118

Mining
Metal mining -Coalmining
Crude petroleum and natural gas
Mining and quarrying of nonmetallic minerals

~.

89
159
303
117

8

81
14
29C
II

is:
29J3
11

85
142
288
121

2,878

-

2,794

2,902

2,863

2,820

2,881

2,958

3,07

17,235

Contract construction
Manufacturing

15,908

3,201

16,643

16,761

16,310

16,868

16,995

17,297

18,088

Nondurable goods
„
Food and kindred products
Tobacco manufactures
Textile mill products
Apparel and other fabricated textile products..,
Paper and allied products
Printing, publishing, and allied industries
Chemicals and allied productsPetroleum refining arid related industries
Rubber and miscellaneous plastic products. ~
Leather and leather products
_

7,346

7,074

7,265

7,315

7,243

7,36C

7.37J

1,804
05
985
1,212
567
877
825
239
369
373

1,749
93
922
1,158
558
871
795
227
345
356

1,760
93
949
1,217
582
886
814
217
376
371

1,783
93
926
1,230
592
912
831
210
378
360

1,768
90
897
1,209
599
918
834
202
370
356

1,74
89
89,
1,27622
931

Durable goods

1,75!
9C
90£
1,259
61
92C
85C
100
408
357

0,889

8,834

9,378

9,446

9,067

9,60:;

195
411
347
9,620

655
382
,184
1,573
,338
,275
770
355
397

613
364
563
1,159
1,078
1,359
1,232
1,148
615
327
376

652
384
600
1,191
1,130
1,460
1,386
1,156
684
345
390

628
383
604
1,227
1,135
1,473
1,457
1,078
717
352

580
365
580
1,146
1,082
1,418
1,468
1,061
641
345
381

588
384
589
1,173
1,126
1,493
1,573
1,127
700
356
393

588
389
600
1,176
1,146
1,533
1,558
1,133
744
362
391

2,576

2,350

2,366

2,359

2,266

2,261

2,250

2,269

2,301

1,117
292

956
278
645
209
167
25
70

924
271
687
213
175
24
72

271
700
213
192
23
77

813
267
688
200
195
22
75

793
261
710
202
197
21
77

770
258
723
199
203
20
77

755
256
739
207
213
19
80

257
774
204
229
19
83

,

Lumber and wood products, except furnitureFurniture and fixtures
Stone, clay, and glass products
Primary metal industries
Fabricated metal products
*
Machinery, except electrical
Electrical machinery
Transportation equipment and ordnance, except motor vehicles.
Motor vehicles and motor vehicle equipmentInstruments
„
Miscellaneous manufacturing industries
Transportation
Railroad transportation
Local, suburban, and highway passenger
Motor freight transportation and warehousing
Water transportation
Air transportation
Pipeline transportation..
Transportation services

167
26
73

Communication
Telep
to broadcasting and television III

900

826

832

821

817

746
80

749
83

736
85

731

730

9,567

78
615

1,761
88
930
1,345
040
982
010
184
467
353

0,842

10,428

G05
400
615
1,233
1,187
1,014
1,544

612
429
630
1,302
1,265
1,749
1,656
1,138
841
384
422

1,103
7C7

364
401

818

772

600

Wholesale and retail trade.__

871
748
92

776
65

611

616

615

612

614

618

626

9,643

9,874

9,793

9,960

10,140

10,480

10,885

2,828
7,046

2,837
6,956

2,877
7,083

2,915
7,225

2,987
7,493

3,098
7,787

2,728
6,839

finance, insurance, and real estate..
Banking

£ ? ttaiactes hldi

" d

V h V l V t ' r ' l I I i r "

Insurance carriers.
Services.

services
t i l
i
Educational sirVicesV.II!

Government and government enterprises...
Federal..i iv~r
nati .
.
A n

mta^
Work relief. "I
Government enterprises!.".
^ t e and local..
PublIc D educatIon.r

S58&

Qovemment enVerprisesI
s t of the world
: All private industries.




,

2,360

2,763
6,880
2,412

2,472

2,524

2,569

2,633

2,703

2,764

592
197
71
774
152
529

605
199
76
799
158
523

623
211
86
795
160
537

654
228
93
801
167
529

677
240
103
805
173
526

695
251
107
803
177
536

719
266
99
819
179
551

743
278
102
836
186
558

762
289
104
843
193
573

7,598

IIIIIIIIIII

9,428
2,716
6,712

2,325

Wholesale trade

Retail trade

Re

850

822
78

Electric, gas, and sanitary services

s

m

7,060
1,75C
91
89;
1,294
C25
954
878
187
432
347

7,754

8,000

8,275

8,427

8,708

8,958

9,277

9,636

480
819
552
206
108
192
252
1,375
131
628
911
355
1,589

472
801
575
213
101
176
258
1,455
136
663
948
342
1,614

484
BOO
634
229
108
172
271
1,537
142
692
983
356
1,592

499
804
683
242
113
166
288
1,605
151
733
1,028
366
1,597

501
804
725
244
114
164
299
1,673
153
768
1,042
376
1,564

512
812
785
255
116
157
312
1,756
158
806
1,082
399
1,558

522
817
834
266
117
155
321
1,863
163
848
1,103
417
1,532

543
839
900
281
120
156
329
1,972
172
S87
1,127
438
1,513

567
873
990
297
127
160
337
2,090
183
917
1,157
462
1,476

11,421

11,745

12,139

5,215
4,537
1,817
2,720

5,261
4,567
1,835
2,732

9,994

10,057

10,142

10,418

10,739

11,202

5,121
4,531
1,745
2,786

4,935
4,335
l f 703
2,632

4,851
4,239
1,696
2,543

4,888
4,261
1,745
2,516

5,001
4,342
1,744
2,598

5,270
4,606
1,806
2,800

600

612

627

659

664

671

678

694

4,873
4,561
2,128
2,433

5,122
4,796
2,238
2,558

5,291
4,965
2,347
2,618

5,530
5,189
2,494
2,695

5,738
5,388
2,561
2,827

5,932
5,576
2,705
2,871

6,203
5,817
2,883
2,934

6,530
6,128
3,076
3,052

6,878
6,461
3,291
3,170

341

350

356

402

417

4

4

4

4

4

4

4

4

4

46,437

44,784

46,056

46,676

46,195

47,257

47,908

48,922

50,672

312

5,218
4,547
1 824
2,723

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

106

Table 6.5.—Average Annual Earnings Per Full-Time
[Dollars]
1933

1931

1929

Lino

1,184

1,258

1,230

288

308

360

369

215
685

237
679

269
759

291
788

338
854

349
870

1,016

990

1,108

1,154

1,263

1,366

1,282

1,291
1,602
909
1,890

1,060
1,452
723
1,600
945

1,040
1,435
748
1,427
852

1,133
1,500
900
1,472

1,239
1,414
957
1,568

1,380
1,408
1,103
1,594
1,100

1,630
1,388
1,170
1,734
1,211

1,453
1,315
1,050
1,734
1,134

1,526

1,186

907

869

1,178

1,278

1,193

1,543

1,488

1,233

1,150

1,287

1,376

l,29fi

1,455

1,425

1,369

1,166

1,086

1,267

l,2it

1,503
979
1,155
1,361
1,514
2,010
1,673
1,844
1,597
1,327

1,489
985
1,096
1,265
1,487
2,011
1,647
1,904
1,563
1,215

1,303
787
847
941
1,208
1,740
1,419
1,619
1,191
970

1,2.04
725
829

1,351
883
994
1,025
1,403
1,722
1,559
1,833
1,526
1,085

1,331
870
926
999
1,359
1,697
1,621
1,863
1,457
1,017

1,556

1,127

1,087

1,221
750
883
987
1,186
1,644
1,341
1,513
1,248
1,017
1,171

1,290
817
952
1,013
1,313
1,702
1,455
1,629
1,472
1,045

1,630

1,264

1,376

1,491

1,365

1,172
1,398
1,557
1,740
1,665
1,827
1,655
1,747
1,813
1,568

1,156
1,310
1,525
1,640
1,554
1,748
1,658
1,728
1,571
1,535

1,352
1,451
90S
1,039
1,162
1,404
1,943
1,608
1,810
1,392
1,152
1,391
1,010
1,196
1,386
1,410
1,455
1,521
1,461
1,590
1,455
1,466

1,178
1,253
778
926
1,016
1,235
1,698
1,385
1,587
1,358
1,043

U210

787
962
1,167
1,044
1,177
1,311
1,182
1,463
1,234
1,230

737
900
1,071
1,073
1,132
1,260
1,203
1,310
1,170
1,166

791
948
1,088
1,163
1,209
1,345
1,282
1,317
1,314
1,195

833
988
1,171
1,295
1,277
1,425
1,364
1,381
1,489
1,244

911
1,074
1,262
1,446
1,361
1,550
1,478
1,496
1,600
1,298

963
1,123
1,357
1,591
1,492
1,693
1,616
1,614
1,672
1,359

940
1,102
1,303
1,359
1,402
1,634
1,527
1,589
1,653
1,274

1,643

1,610

1,549

1,373

1,334

1,393

1,492

1,582

1,644

1,676

1,749
1,598
1,298
1,275
2,624
1,927
1,424

1,717
1,587
1,269
1,214
2,424
1,802
1,427

1,661
1,500
1,230
1,153
2,381
1,794
1,377

1,461
1,328
1,179
1,038
2,346
1,691
1,224

1,439
1,219
1,172
1,059
2,227
1,443
1,127

1,505
1,310
1,207
1,055
2,201
1,521
1,180

1,645
1,361
1,264
1,088
2,195
1,575
1,269

1,724
1,433
1,328
1,373
2,243
1,609
1,275

1,774
1,505
1,408
1,536
2,257
1,822
1,279

1,849
1,529
1,456
1,299
2,269
1909
1,276

1,394

1,423

1,456

1,363

1,274

2,364

1,401

1,451

1,516

1,622

1,386
2,513

1,410

1,436
2,732

1,335
2,740

1,245
2,510

1,338
2,198

1,378
2,089
1,565

1,420
2,223

1,481
2,361

2,497

1,588

1,683

1,723

i:S

1,120

388

315

382
893

369
893

295

231
755

1,526

1,424

1,613
1,728
1,293
2,019
1,409

1,551
1,750
1,119
1,980
1,353

Contract construction

1,674

Manufacturing

...

Nondurablo goods

36
37
3S
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46

Food and kindred products
Tobacco manufactures
Textile mill products
Apparel and other finished fabric productsPaper and allied products
Printing, publishing, and allied industries..
Chemicals and allied products
Products of petroleum and coal
Rubber products
Leather and leather products
Durablo goods
Lumber and timber basic products
Furniture and finished lumber products
Stone, clay, and glass products
Iron and steel and their products, including ordnance..
Nonferrous metals and their products
Machinery, except electrical
Electrical machinery
Transportation equipment, except automobiles
Automobiles and automobile equipment
Miscellaneous manufacturing
Transportation
Railroads
_
Local and highway passenger transportation
Highway freight transportation and warehousing
Water transportation
Air transportation (common carriers)
_
Pipeline transportation
__
Services allied to transportation

,
,

Communication
Telephone, telegraph, and related services
Radio broadcasting and television. _.
Electric, gas, and sanitary services

1,562

_

47
43

Utilities: electric and gas

49

Local utilities and public services, n.e.c

50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79

1,048

250

Metal mining
Anthradto mining
bituminous and other soft coal mining
Crude petroleum and natural gas
Nonmetatllc mining and quarrying

35

_

Wholesale and retail trade
Wholesale trade
Retail trade and automobile services
Finance, insurance, and real estate
Banking
_
_
Security and commodity brokers, dealers, and exchanges
Finance, n.c.c
Insuranco carriers
Insurance agents and combination offices
Real estate
__
Services
Hotels and other lodging places
Personal services
_
Private households._
-...'.....Y.I
Commercial and trade schools and employment agencies
Business services, n.e.c
"
Miscellaneous repair services and hand trades
YY..YY
Motion pictures
Amusement and recreation, except motion pictures
Medical and other health services
Legal services
Engineering and other professional services, n.e.c".
Y.
Educational services, n.e.c
„

Nonprofit membership organizations, n.e'cSYYY.YYYYYYYYYY.

80
81
82
83
84
85

Government and government enterprises
Federal
General government
Civilian, except work relief
State and local
_
MilitaryGeneral relief...
Work government
".""""™III"
"
Public education
Government enterprises_
_ _„.
_"
Nonschool, except work relief
Work relief
".—"II""I"
Government enterprises
_
"*

86

Rest of the world

87

Addendum: All private industries...




1937

1,137

1,275

401

Farms.......... -•- -- ..._--.--.-.-»—
Agricultural services, forestry, and fisheries.
Mining

25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34

1936

253

],3GS

Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries

24

1935

1,091

1,405

All Industries, total..

14
15
1G
17
18
10
20
21
22
23

1934

_.

1,589
1,116

1,575

1,221

1,572

1,516

903

96S

942

1,027

1,153

900

1,143
1,599
1,312
1,505
1,137
950

1,427

1,139

1,484

1,216

1,600
1,122

1,542
1,081

1,453
1,021

1,510
1,061

1,589
1,116

1,615
1,135

1,705
1,197

1,495

1,603
1,124

1,594
2,072
1,409
2,062
1,969
3,172
1,862
2,268
1,975
1,575
1,079
1,098
1,219

844

1,315

1,183

1,228

1,279

1,295

1,352

1,352

1,672
1,173
1,652

1,477
1,066
1,555
1,726
2,742
1,574
1,677
1,464
906
854
816
889
460
1,364
1,653
1,286
1,891
1,185
810
1,168
1,619
1,189

1,550
1,102
1,601

1,652
1,159
1,713
1,891
2,941
1,886
1,823
1,781
1,078

1,693
1,218
1,788
1,919
3,048
2,009
1,901
1,887
1,176

1,686
1,217
1,731

897
940
506
1,471
1,915
1,456
1,896
1,232
851
1,200
1,759
1,180
1,465
1,279
1,186
1,112
1,896
1,152
931

941
978
558
1,526
1,966
1544
1,972
1,269
876
1,231
1774
1,211
1,497

1,306
1,217
1,673
1,072
954
1,577

857
863
905
473
1,417
1,709
1,339
1,844
1,190
801
1,160
1,609
1,175
1,440
1,284
1,266
1,180
1,717
1,072
971
1,635

1,640
1,139
1,632
1,830
2,770
1,759
1,745
1,679
1,021
873
878
915
485
1,400
1,884
1,429
1,892
1,193
829
1,163
1,600
1,162
1,435
1,292
1,296
1,183
1,759
1,152
839
1,780

1,551

1,553

1,684
1,561
1,933
1,180
0
1,903

1,643

1,504
1,768
1,192
0
1,907

1,934
1,324
1,858
1,881
3,011
1,767
2,127
1,748
1,237
1,008
1,030
1,136
584
1,625
2,255
1,684
2,179
1,244
919
1,333
1,897
1,323
1,653
1,547
1,686
1,564
1,895
1,183
0
1,913

1,504
1,499
1,445
1,549
0
1,600

1,521
1,517
1,455
1,576
l,00C
1,595

1,500
1,497
1,463
1,541
1,045
1,573

1,432
1,427
1,399
1,479
1,057
1,529

1,338
1,333
l,30C
1,413
1,140
1,455

1,295
1,289
1,265
1,391
1,128
1,438

1,290
1,283
1,293
1,425
1,035
1,473

1,402
1,397
1,329
1,457
1,345
1,487

1,441
1,436
1,367
1,493
1454
1,536

2,000

1,900

1,900

1,800

1.700

1,

1,800

1,900

1,900

1,391

1,348

1,241

1,070

1,002

1,056

1,109

1,164

1,240

731
1,650
2,274
1,814
2,169
1,273
925
1,378
2,314
1,312
1.712

1,384
1,973
1,909
3,097
1,828
2,226
1,877
1,446
1,066
l t 097
1,200
676
1,778
2,412
1,793
2,175
1,268
933
1,394
2,027
1,329
1,698

1,817
2,925
1,632
1,800
1,581
979
918
908
996
497
1,500
1,844
1,464
1,959
1,218
865
1,260
1,714
1,279
1,545
1,477
1,615
1,518
1,824
1,163
0
1,791

1,442
1,328

1,768
2,807
1,660
1,716
1,575
981

$

IS

as

W2
&46
692
527
1,600
1,899
1552
1,9*2
1270
'899
1,205

1,355

\%
l|529
1,336

1,271
1,189
1,797
1,131
1,007
1,851

1,811
1,472
467

1,900

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

107

Employee by Industry; Annually, 1929-47
[Dollars]
Line

1940
AH industries, total

1941

1942

1943

1944

1945

1940

1947

1,264

Agricultural services, forestry, and

fisheries....

1,443

1,709

1,951

2,109

2,190

2,359

407

496

669

860

1,021

1,125

1,200

1,276

362
981

Farms

1,299

3S5

Agriculture, forestry, a n d fisheries...

384
1,010

471
1,162

633
1,410

829
1,616

985
1,743

1,080
1,855

1,158
1,950

1,230
2,101

2,589

1,367

1,388

1,579

1,796

2,162

2,499

2,621

2,719

3,113

1,515
1,409
1,197
1,6S4
1,178

1,610
1,297
1,235
1,714
1,217

1,771
1,467
1,500
1,779
1,375

2,045
1,753
1,715
1,940
1,634

2,333
2,119
2,115
2,299
1,911

2,458
2,525
2,535
2,001
2,089

2,551
2,685
2,629
2,702
2,205

2,630
2,890
2,724
2,810
2,371

3,000
3,125
3,212
3,157
2,G03

1,268

1,330

1,635

2,191

2,503

2,602

2,600

2,537

2,829

1,363

1,432

1,653

2,023

2,349

2,517

2,517

2,517

2,793

1,263

1,299

1,440

1,654

1,895

2,081

2,211

2,401

2,684

1,372
916
960
1,025
1,414
1,715
1,611
1,852
1,548
1,038

1,385
1,000
986
1,022
1,458
1,764
1,723
1,954
1,583
1,041

1,472
1,117
1,159
1,159
1,646
1,852
1,893
2,113
1,778
1,236

1,650
1,240
1,385
1,331
1,850
1,971
2,131
2,410
2,11G
1,447

1,878
1,431
1,556
1,595
2,076
2,156
2,380
2,806
2,478
1,659

2,044
1,580
1,681
1,788
2,254
2,376
2,608
3,016
2,699
1,831

2,170
1,670
1,817
1,943
2,365
2,576
2,670
3,097
2,722
1,972

2,385
1,779
2,050
2,192
2,535
2,802
2,705
3,183
2,820
2,131

2,669
1,950
2,333
2,327
2,903
3,210
3,119
3,610
3,035
2,313

1,479

1,568

1,840

2,292

2,619

2,774

2,732

2,615

2.SS4

956
1,138
1,359
1,549
1,521
1,681
1,601
1,667
1,762
1,337

934
1,158
1,393
1,643
1,594
1,813
1,688
1,764
1,934
1,380

1,026
1,304
1,554
1,923
1,824
2,144
1,919
2,160
2,243
1,540

1,205
1,514
1,771
2,283
2,230
2,630
2,287
2,695
2,880
1,882

1,446
1,743
2,024
2,637
2,581
2,857
2,466
2,982
2,978
2,176

1,564
1,892
2,174
2,781
2,724
2,975
2,578
3,188
3,103
2,320

1,618
1,933
2,249
2,792
2,735
2,930
2.684
3,175
2,908
2,401

1,813
2,187
2,380
2,690
2,717
2,862
2,615
2,971
2,814
2,442

2,046
2,395
2,672
3,003
2,0G9
3,112
2,876
3,14G
3,143
2,657

1,723

1,756

1,885

2,183

2,493

2,679

2,734

2,973

3,169

1,877
1,569
1,521
1,557
2,328
1,930
1,271

1,906
1,559
1,551
1,648
2,239
1,928
1,365

2,030
1,664
1,630
1,854
2,258
2,099
1,579

2,303
1,990
1,859
2,729
2,265
2,280
1,782

2,585
2,280
2,147
3,388
2,457
2,720
2,100

2,714
2,458
2,374
3,624
2,766
3,038
2,314

2,711
2,596
2,545
3,583
2,830
3,240
2.3S6

3,049
2,8S6
2,752
3,415
2,829
3,259
2,550

3,211
3,020
3,063
3,748
3,205
3,750
2,762

1,643

1,661

1,685

1,766

1,934

2,110

2,325

2,499

2,673

1,600
2,427

1,610
2,554

1,633
2,581

1,715
2,667

1,878
2,929

2,035
3,333

2,246
3,515

2,413
3,972

2,6S3
4,073

Electric, gas, and sanitary services

1,739

1,772

1,847

2,016

2,261

2,439

2,566

2,665

2,957

Utilities: electric and gas
Locl utilities and public services, n.e.c
d b
Local tiliti
Wholesale and retail trade.
„

1,766
1,240

1,795
1,286

1,870
1,344

2,040
1,544

2,284
1,715

2,467
1,855

2,596
1,951

2,697
2,045

2,994
2,217

1,360

1,3S2

1,478

1,608

1.781

1,946

2,114

2,378

2,632

1,698
1,224
1,729
1,969
2,806
2,102
1,826
1,882
1,144
952

1,754
1,236
1,725
1,963
2,845
2,114
1,838
1,890
1,145

2,177
1,395
1,885
2,069
3,073
2,352
2,044
2,140
1,285

2,416
1,555
2,041
2,134
3,947
2,005
2,224
2,331
1,412

2,600
1,709

1,132
1,097
1,196
706
2,175
2,072
2,152
2,124
1,328
1,036
1,324
2,654
1,344
1,482

1,347
1,269
1,334
919
2,520
2,332
2,641
2,250
1,461
1,127
1,423
3,063
1,469
1,679

2,751
1,879
2,347
2,408
5,286
2,914
2,490
2,661
1,642
1,688
1,612
1,709
1,312
2,571
2,739
2,810
2,567
1,888
1,401
1,856
3,258
1,641
1,876

3,322
2,36S
2,740
2,860
4,714
3,412
2,811
3,103
2,052

953
997
1,042
554
1,625
1,889
1,579
1,948
1,280
927
1,224
1,902
1,240
1,408
1,344
1,207
1,127
1,894
1,026
883
1,820

1,943
1,299
1,777
1,977
3,040
2,177
1,910
1,975
1,198
1,020
1,025
1,075
601
1,833
1,967
1,891
2,016
1,292
955
1,265
2,245
1,264
1,379
1,388
1,292
1,240
1,970
1,113
889
1,777

1,623
1,635
1,632
2,226
1485
965
1,676

1,777
1,792
1,792
2,628
1,565
1,064
1,778

1,502
1,497
1,435
1,552
909
1,610

1,534
1,522
1,462
1,574
1,000
1,734

1,592
1,574
1,512
1,628
1,000
1,908

1,713
1,687
1,608
1,756

Mining
Metal raining
Anthracite mining
Bituminous and other soft coal mining
Crude petroleum and natural gas
Nonmetallic mining and quarrying
Contract construction
Manufacturing
Nondurable goods

„

Food and kindred products
Tobacco manufactures
Textile mill products
Apparel and other finished fabric products...
Paper and allied products
Printing, publishing, and allied industries...
Chemicals and allied p r o d u c t s . . .
Products of petroleum and coal
Rubber products
Leather and leather products
_.
Durable goods

Lumber and timber basic products
Furniture and finished lumber products.
Stone, clay, and glass products
Iron and steel and their products, including ordnance
Nonferrous metals and their products
Machinery, except electrical..
Electrical machinery
Transportation equipment, except automobilesAutomobiles and automobile equipment
Miscellaneous manufacturing

-

Transportation
Railroads.
Local and highway passenger transportation
Highway freight transportation and warehousing..
Water transportation
Air transportation (common carriers)
Pipeline transportation
Services allied to transportation
Communication
J, telegraph, and related services—
broadcasting and television
—

Wholesale trade___
Retail trade and automobile services.
Finance, insurance, and real estate
.
Banking
Security and commodity brokers, dealers, and exchanges.,
Finance, n.e.c
Insurance carriers
,
Insurance agents and combination offices
•
Services
Hotels and other lodging places
Personal services.. _ _ „ . . . .
Private households
Commercial and trade schools and employment agencies...
Business services, n.e.c
Miscellaneous repair services and hand trades.
Motion pictures
Amusement and recreation," except motion pictures
Medical and other health services. __
—
Engineering and other professional services, n.e.c.-.
Educational services, n.e.c
nonprofit membership organizations, n.e.c
Government and government enterprises
Federal

General g o v e n u n e n t ™ I I I I " I I " I " I " - " " " . Vi^ian, except work reliefMilitary
Work relief....!
"
Government enterprises...
State and local...
General governmentPublic education
Nonschool, except work relief
Work relief._.___
Government enterprises
R

«st of the world
All private industries.




I~""—-

1,034
544
1,529
1,886
1,603
1,971
1,277
908
1,198
1,973
1,234
1,546
1,337
1,215
1,137
1,843
1 135
939
1,819
1,476
1,471
1,403
1,530
909
1,578
2,000
1,250

2,000
1,291

2,000
1,454

2,100
1,731

1,943
1,929
2,677
1,763

2,052
2,069
2,057
2,646
1,931

3,021
2,141
2,570
2,650
5,226
3,213
2,655
2,923
1,8
1,863
1,745
1,854
1,411
2,520
2,861
2,766
2,978
2,185
1,605
1,757
3,280
1,802
1,984
2,351
2,470
2,458
2,801
2,277

2,372

2,412

2,585

2,870

1,822
1,797
1,730
1,855

1,962
1,933
1,882
1,986

2,117
2,091
2,025
2,144

2,327
2,298
2,261
2,327

2,142

2,255

2,405

2,590

2,818

2,100

2,200

2,400

3,400

3,400

2,018

2,192

2,255

2,360

2,591

2,191
2,256
4,179
2,808
2,380
2,513
1,550
1,538
1,455
1,570
1,140
2,714
2,584
2,901
2,379
1,663
1,262
1,653
3,237
1,562
1,795
1,924

1,996
1,902
1,978
1,463
2,903
3,023
2,974
3,031
2,345
1,821
1,971
3,495
2,113
2,077
2,575
2,802
2,791
3,065
2,543

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PEODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

108

Table 6.5.—Average Annual Earnings Per Full-Time
[Dollars]
1048

LI DO

13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43

1953

1954

1955

1956

2,992

3,217

3,402

3,581

3,667

3,851

1,312

1,282

1,387

1,423

1,412

1,346

1,376

1,454

1,282
2,361

1,246

1,207
2,544

1,301
2,642

1,323
2,771

l f 2gs

1,215
3,067

1,244
3,060

1,310
3,151

3,3%

3,216

3,460

3,885

4,062

4,383

4,689

3,421
2,922
3,747
3,021

3,608
3,238
3,864
3,293

4,147
3,753
4,103
3,589

4,612
3,709
4,411
3,844

4,361
4,972
4,050
4,601
4,054

5,004

3,327
3,388
3,607
2,928

4,723
3,944
4,720
4,162

5,076
4,434
4,878
4,345

5,393
4,821
5,147
4,634

3,126

3,209

3,333

3,702

3,978

4,207

4,301

3,095

3,302

3,608

3,832

4,053

4,123

4,356

4,583

2,893

2,943

3,113

3,320

3,492

3,659

3,767

3,941

4,152

2,871
2,040
2,578
2,445
3,196
3,499
3,425
4,152
3,126
2,416

2,947
2,119
2,557
2,387
3,236
3,654
3,583
4,280
3,173
2,404

2,309
2,754
2,500
3,478
3,797
3,818
4,436
3,468
2,540

3,316
2,467
2,889
2,580
3,773
3,969
4,121
4,759
3,739
2,675

3,497
2,638
2,975
2,651
3,978
4,188
4,347
5,030
4,021
2,865

3,701
2,781
3,012
2,747
4,174
4,402
4,619
5,260
4,181
2,938

3,837
2,913
2,984
2,782
4,294
4,539
4,812
4,262
2,957

4,009
3,078
3,140
2,854
4,537
4,705
5,046
5,632
4,614
3,092

4,217
3,323
3,266
3,013
4,760
4,906
5,367
5,992
4,717
3,256

3,163

Agricultural services, forestry, and fisheries

11

1952

2,844

3,235

3,469

4,093

4,342

4,402

4,674

4,017

2,272

3,484
3,266
3,579

2,476
3,008
3,241
3,716
3,561
3,769
3,391
3,733

2,669
3,234
3,579
4,158
3,914
4,246
3,724
4,221

2,859
3,425
3,684
4,403
4,183
4,485
3,954
4,423

2,957
3,548
3,952
4,709
4,415
4,722
4,145
4,676

3,057
3,634
4; 074
4,634
4,497
4,751
4,255
4,803

3,232
3,812
4,321
5,156
4,689
4,971
4; 477
5,066

3,373
3,948
4,549
5,451
4,831
5,310
4,710
5,414

3,382
3,159
2,808

3,614
3,300
2,841

4,021
3,550
2,990

4,237
3,894
3,193

4,639
4,153
3,343

4,979
4,374
3,485

5,107
4,474
3,544

5,484
4,685
3,680

5,492

Mining

12

1951

1,340

Farms

10

1950

2,786

All Industrie*, total
Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries..

6
7
8
D

1949

Metal mining
Coal mining
Crude petroleum and natural gas
Mining and quarrying of nonmetalllc minerals...
Contract construction
Manufacturing
*
.
Nondurable goods
Food and kindred products
Tobacco manufactures
Textile mill products
Apparel and other fabricated textile products..
Paper and allied products
Printing, publishing, and allied industries
Chemicals and allied products
Petroleum refining and related Industries
Rubber and miscellaneous plastic products
Leather and leather products
Durable goods
Lumber and wood products, except furniture
....
Furniture and fixtures
Stone, clay, and glass products
Primary metal industries
---.
Fabricated metal products
Machinery, except electrical
Electrical machinery
Transportation equipment and ordnance, except motor vehicles.
Motor vehicles and motor vehicle equipment
Instruments
Miscellaneous manufacturing Industries
TrannportaUon

2,243
2,774
3,419
3,257
3,447
3,161
3,567

3,012
3,426

2,953

4,055

4.645

3,468

3,714

4,044

4,269

4,476

4,603

4,825

3,703
3,155
3,541
3,421
3,818
4,172
3,282

3,778
3,274
3,823
3,732
4,034
4,333
3,174

4,161
3,462
4,041
4,141
4,371
4,714
3,673

4,335
3,594
4,348
4,552
4,658
5,069
3,795

4,415
3,746
4,726
5,142
4,856
5,286
3,911

4,541
4,892
5,093
5,042
5 444
4,176

4,697
4,030
5,215
5,299
5,254
5,692
4,276

2,869

Communication

3,568

3,607
3,101
3,355
3,467
3,589
4,100
2,920

Railroad transportation
Local, suburban, and highway passenger.
Motor freight transportation and warehoi
•using..
Water transportation
Air transportation
Pipeline transportation
Transportation services

3,015

3,158

3,362

3,817

4,015

4,237

4,381

44

Telephone and telegraph

45

Radio broadcasting and television..

2,776
4,234

2,911
4,469

3,036

3,220
5,105

3,443
5,508

5,060
4,177
5,457
5,524

i8
4,733

3,654
5,734

3,827

4,046
6,250

4,174
{111
4,971

46

Electric, gas, and sanitary services..

3,187

3,344

3,534

3,803

4,088

4,356

4,540

4,704

47
48
49

Wholesale and retail trade
Wholesale trade.
Retail trade

2,824

2,899

3,045

3,178

3,298

3,470

3,595

3,755

3,574
2,520

4,103
2,815

4247
2,925

4,465
3,079

4,626
3,189

4,844

Finance, Insurance, and real estate,

2,951

3,623
2,612
3,038

2,734

50

3,223

3,390

3,539

3,716

3,897

4,051

51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77

Banking
*
Credit agencies, holding and other investment companies...
Security and commodity brokers
Insurance carriers
„
Insurance agents, brokers, and service
Real estate
Services
—
Hotels and other lodging places
Personal services
Miscellaneous business services."
AutomobileTepalr, automobile services, and garagesMiscellaneous repair services
Motion pictures
Amusement and recreation services, except motion pictures
Medical and other health services.
Legal services.
Educational services
Nonprofit membership organizations
.....
Miscellaneous professional services
Private households.
Government and government enterprises
„
Federal
General government
,
Civilian, except work relief
Military-__
Work relief
Government enterprises

3,022
3,676
4,960
2,978
3,406
2,425

3,843
6,000
3,266

3,462
4,038
6,182
3,456

3,602
4,291
6,054
3,637
3,977
2,768
2,489
2,362
2,469
4,021
3,032
3,721
3,197
2,809
2,230
2,771
2,210
2,644
4,409
1,707
3,279
3,345
3,276
4,028
2,879

3,735
4,480
6,232
3,837
4,218
2,908
2,623
2,454
2,609
4,193
3,235
3,924
3,265
2,950
2,338
2,951
2,265
2,801
4,574
1,805
3,385
3,432

3,855
4,681
7,621
3,960
4,460
3,055
2,736
2,551
2,717
4,379
3,306
3,927
3,476
3,125
2,405
3,120
2,326
2,935
4,686
l|874
3,499
3,513
3,439
4,311
2,992

3,981
4,879
8,090
4,067

4,154
5043
7708
<280

2,831
2,652
2,827

2,«3
2,746

78
79
80
81
82
83

State and local
General government
Public education
Nonschool, except work relief.
Work relief
Government enterprises

.
-

_

2,082

2,026
2,084
3,239
2,520
3,150
2,911
2,415
1,824
2,196
2,002
2,200
3,443
1,500
2,755
2,948
2,918
3,137
2,704

3,163
3,800
4,980
3,101
3,422
2,411
2,138
2,107
2,158
2,553
3,180
2,933
2,473
1,912
2,286
2,056
2,319
3,577
1,498

2,578
2,183
2,156
2,223

2,674
3,202
2,500
1,998
2,391
2,099
2,412
3,728

2,687
2,321

2,250
2,336
3,816
2,883
3,491
3,049
2,632
2,099
2,534
2,169
2,524
4,042
1,588

3,024
2,981
3 348
2,648

1,502
3,014
3,245
3,203
3,494
2,951

"Tiii"

"3,"267*

"37492

'37739'

'"37998"

2,563
2,533
2,538
2,528

2,700
2,668
2,671
2,665

2,786
2,755
2,794
2,725

2,981
2,947
2,998
2,906

3,177
3,137
3,169
3,111

2,862

3,113
3,203
3,144
3,768
2,780

4,217
2,916

"4,"l62"

3,317
3,279
3,314
3,249

3,479
3,444
3,510

?,617
i 206




3,394

3>
4>
3 263
2,497
3,320
2,380
3,004

im
I! 956
3,708
3,798
3 723
4 589

3^901
3,397

2,$
3,597
2,607
3,073

is
\t
3,8*

3>

i 232
3 562
3,608
3,523

"37815

85 I Addendum: All private Industries

5,169
3,447

"3,946

"47I65"

4,000

4,400

4,200

3,624

3,704

3,882

3,675

5,*°

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

109

Employee by Industry: Annually, 1948-65
[Dollars]
1057

All Industries, total

1950

1960

1031

1962

19C3

1965

Farms

4,594

4,743

4,884

5,065

5,243

5,499

5,705

1,549

1,596

1,658

1,678

1.728

1,771

1,893

2,030

1,376
3,163

*

4,375

1,518

Agricultural services, forestry, and fisheries

1,403
3,273

1,449
3,365

1,512
3,377

1,521
3,471

1,557
3,602

1,691
3,706

1,686
3,013

1,805
4,054

5,197

5,676

5,828

6,017

6,240

6,521

6,783

6,147
5,307
5,867
5,356

6,337
5,289
6,106
5,453

6,560
5,434
6,274
5,724

6,067
5,669
6,554
5,883

7,012
6,062
6,738
0,207

7,212
6,444
6,948
6,483
6,593

4,764

Nondurable goods—.—
~
.„.
Food and kindred products
Tobacco manufactures
Textile mill products
Apparel and other fabricated textile products
Paper and allied products
Printing, publishing, and allied Industries
Chemicals and allied products
Petroleum refining and related industries
Rubber and miscellaneous plastic products
Leather and leather products...

_

,

Durable goods

5,213

5,443

5,618

5,846

6,018

6,332

4,946

5,221

5,352

5,507

5,730

5,920

6,196

6,386

4,333

*

5,020

4,786

Contract construction

4,475

4,699

4,818

4,967

5,137

5,284

5,626

5,689

4,389
3,647
3,330
3,102
4,961
6,083
6,657
6,314
4,881
3,362

4,563
3,677
3,380
3,160
5,142
5,224
5,921
6,524
5,043
3,407

4,782
3,849
3,650
3,288
5,418
5,455
6,204
6,977
5,367
3,582

4,930
4,054
3,720
3,317
5,556
5,621
0,414
7,057
5,373
3,694

5,080
4,111
3,786
3,397
5,785
5,748
6,635
7,396
5,530
3,671

5,258
4,322
3,972
3,542
5,984
5,909
6,852
7,490
5,745
3,796

5,415
4,401
4,061
3,614
6,168
6,076
7,005
7,812
5,866
3,902

5,C58
4,637
4,324
3,793
6,448
6,317
7,361
7,084
6,113
4,130

5,800
4,807
4,553
3,907
6,045
6,497
7.553
8,266
6,246
4,229

5,122

Transportation

-

5,323

5,626

5,766

5,939

6,191

6,407

0,703

0,898

3,412
4,052
4,708
5,656
5,149
5,456
4,928
5,613

3,553
4,126
4,901
5,854
5,288
5,577
5,240
6,037

3,773
4,326
5,195
6,328
5,565
5,939
5,505
6,345

3,801
4,376
5,329
6,341
5,697
6,079
5,674
6,641

3,919
4f485
5,441
6,551
5,810
6,243
5,899
6,943

4,095
4,633
5.G71
6,824
0,014
6,515
6,083
7,20*

4,281
4,779
5,840
7,003
6,190
6,703
6,257
7,521

4,542
4,035
6,101
7,317
6,438
7,069
6,628
7,831

4,712
5,096
6,275
7,656
6,631
7,280
6,643
8,045

5,749
5,186
4,043

6,146
5,437
4,194

6,412
5,751
4,331

6,597
5,915
4,459

6,119
4,570

7,144
6,320
4,715

7,528
6,639
4,875

7,866
6,854
5,097

8,162
7,010
5.175

5,432

Lumber and wood products, except furniture
Furniture and fixtures
Stone, clay, and glass products
Primary metal industries
_
Fabricated metal products
_
Machinery except electrical
Electrical machinery
Transportation equipment and ordnance, except motor vehicles.
Motor vehicles and motor vehicle equipment
....
Instruments
_
Miscellaneous manufacturing Industries
Railroad transportation
Local, suburban, and highway passenger
Motor freight transportation and warehousing
Water transportation
Air transportation
_
Pipeline transportation.*.
*
Transportation services....—

5,518
5,845
6,219
5,735
5,183

5,452
4,765
5,522
4,941

4,881

Metal mining
Coalmining
Crude petroleum and natural gas
Mining and quarrying of nonmetallic minerals—
:

5,203

5,504
5,047

Mining

5,691

5,995

6,185

6,361

6,638

6,852

7,161

7,473

5,416
4,332
5,727
5,912
5,605
6,385
5,110

5,812
4,442
5,949
5,866
5,922
6(480
5,271

6,054
4,646
6,349
6,014
6,463
6,833
5,444

6,228
4,771
6,511
6,483
6,641
6,957
5,494

6,392
4,854
6,730
6,597
6,851
7,318
5,800

6,610
4,935
7,031
7,059
7,269
7,524
5,935

6,762
5,120
7,328
7,317
7,443
7,800
6,078

7,026
5,281
7,719
7,507
7,869
8,105
6,288

7,407
5,436
8,030
7,770
8,122
8,053
6,518

6,123

6,435

6,618

6,190

6,371
8,632

4,553

4,795

5,136

5,369

5,619

5,895

Telephone and telegraph

4,344

4,902
7,312

5,130
7,530

5,402
7,494

5,668
7,826

8,125

Radio broadcasting and television

6,756

4,558
7,141
5,426

5,753

5,992

6,236

6,493

6,751

4,246

4,442

4,597

4,719

4,894

5,071

5,574
3,709

5,849
3,876

6,047
4,015

6,215
4,108

6,445
4,264

6,687
4,418

Communication

Electric, gas, and sanitary services

5,212

Wholesale and retail trade

4,109
5,403
3,592

Wholesale trade
Retail trade
Finance, Insurance, and real estate.
Banking
Credit agencies jholi I and other Investment companies..
Security and commi iy brokers
Insurance carriers
...„..._
Insurance agents, brokers, and service
•
Real estate
_
Services
_
Hotels and other lodging places
Personal services.. __ _
._
_
•
Miscellaneous business services
Automobile repair, automobile services, and garages
Miscellaneous repair services
-*—
Motion pictures
Ajnusement and recreation services, except motion pictures
Medical and other health services
—•
Legal services
_
Educational services.-.
Nonprofit membership organizations
Miscellaneous professional services
Private households.
Government and government enterprises
Federal
_
General government
Civilian, except work relief...
Military.
Workrelief-_-II"II__.""I_"L"
Government enterprises
State and local
General government".". I. V.." I..'.
Public education
Nonschool, except work relief...
n Work relief......
Government enterprises
_ _.
Addendum: All private industries.

8,424

7,070
5,261
6,983
4,574

7,291
5,436
7,236
4,719

4,432

4,628

4,882

5,030

5,260

5,410

5,595

5,851

6,070

4,270
5,355
7,915
4,473
5,132
3,539
3,110
2,904
3,122
4,904
3,772
4 741
4,073
3,631
2,660
3,794
2,599
3,239
5,501
2,075
4,045
4,108
4,039
4,960
3,462

4,473
Si 663

4,613
5,900
9,570
4,865
5,606
3,853

4,758
5,974
8,978
5,087
5,790
3,938

3,364

3,513

2,992
3,240
5,043
3,845
4,911
4,233
3,915
2,787

3,120
3,414
5,159
4,022
5,250
4,506
4,077
2,907
4,077
2,802
3,475
5,913
2,213
4,499
4,667
4,602
5,682
3,882

3,242
3,550
5,343
4,169
5,504
4,651
4,240
3,061
41185
2,913
3,533
6,142
2,356
4,676
4,818
4,736
5,895
3,932

5,053
6,291
9,355
5,507
6,249
4,252
3,783
3,393
3,805
5,718
4,482
5,S62
5,038
4 484
3,317
4,576
3,257
3,724
6,629
2,416
4,993
4,965
4,864
6,450
3,841

5,207
6,641
9,758
5,706
6,542
4,423
3,924
3,490
3,935
5,809
4,643
6,077
5,200
4,592
3,452
4; 791
3,465
3,843
6,878
2,470

5,400
6,770
10,649
5,977
6,785
4,636

3,220

4,891
6,154
10,437
5,261
5,988
4,074
3,642
3,313
3,664
5,545
4,320
5,6S4
4,970
4,348
3,184
4,399
3,078
3,640
6,362
2,363
4,859
4,942
4,865
6,274
3,920

3,600
4,113
6,106
4,803
6,350
5,538
4,763
3,639
4,994
3,671
4,034
7,205
2,556
5,474
5,605
5,437
7,267
4,299

5,608
6,979
11,543
6,155
7,021
4,785
4,292
3,697
4,241
6,212
4,949
6,559
6,044
4,911
3,700
5,126
3,914
4,220
7,409
2,665
5,701
5,844
5,711
7,605
4,439

"47637*

"57646"

* 5,372

""57446

"5*664"

""67394

""6,-718

4,550
4,532
4,752
4,327

4,787
4,777
5,097
4,486

5,017
5,014
5,314
4,731

5, ISO
5,181
5,448
4,919

5,370
5,332
5,655
5,106

5,592
5,607
5,846
5,359

"47833

""47949

"5*070

~5,"i74

""M94

""5,"369

7,500

8,000

8,500

9,000

5,081

5,252

5,504

5,706

4,626
5,335

l
3,371

5,711
2,154

4,328

4,490
4,414
5,501
3,711

3,957
4,085
3,845

4,171
4,151
4,343
3,983

"4*314

4,345
4,324
4,522
4,147

"47463*

5,250




1964

4,230

Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries

Manufacturing

1958

4,269

5,500
4,385

6,000
4,615

6,500
4,759

7,000
4,889

5,205

5,234
5,111
6,792
3,984

4,129

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

110

Table 6.6.—Number of Persons Engaged in Production
[Data in thousands]
1929

1930

1931

1932

1933

1934

1935

1936

1937

46,216

44,080

41,042

37,565

38,052

41,393

42,908

45,980

47,157

45.283

9,205

8,983

8,998

8,862

8,925

9,009

9,140

9,050

8,864

8,543

'236

8,756
227

8,766
232

8,654
208

8,722
203

8,816
193

3,929
211

8,852
193

8,615
249

8,318
225

1,017

956

839

701

724

857

876

130
151
476
168
02

113
144
457
157
85

128
424
127

59
105
364
114
59

60
94
379
133
58

72
108
438
173
66

84
101
450
175
66

2,306

2,183

10,556

9,418

*

5,274

4,927

Food and kindred products
Tobacco manufactures
Toxtilo mill products
Apparel and other finished fabric products
Paper and allied products
Printing, publishing, and allied industries.
Chemicals and allied products
Products of petroleum and coal
Rubber products
Leather and leather products

1,078
147
1,264
793
285
630
401
128
176
372

1,053
134
1,097
740
278
f>32
380
125
142
346

4,462
941
121
1,027
687
251
561
332
105
120
317

5,282

4,491

620
442
402
1,219
330
769
519
150
541
290

480
375
349
1,094
273
676
430
147
403
264

3,034

2,795

Lino
All Industrie*, total..
Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries..
Farms
t
ARricultural services, forestry, and fisheries.,
Mining
Metal mining
Anthrncito mining
Ultiiminotis and other soft ccml raining.,
Crutlo petroleum and natural gas
Nonmetallic mining and quarrying
Contract construction..
Manufacturing
13
14
15
1G
17
IB
10
20
21
22
23
21
25
20
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
31
35
3fl
37
38
39
40
41
42

Nondurablo goods

Durable goods
Lumber and timber basic products
Furniture and finished lumber products
Stone, clay and glass products
Iron and steel and their products, including ordnance.,
Nonfcrrous rnetalsand their products
Machinery, except electrical
Electrical machinery
Transportation equipment, except automobiles
Automobiles and automobilo equipment
Miscellaneous manufacturing
Transportation
Railroads
„
Local and highway passenger transportation
Highway freight transportation and warehousing
Water transportation
...
Air transportation (common carriers)
Pipeline transportation
«
Services allied to transportation

43

Communication

41
45

Telephone, telegraph, and related services
Kadio broadcasting and television
Electric, gas, and sanitary ecrriccs

46
47
4S
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
53
59
60
61
r>2
63
64
65
60
67
63
69
70
71
72

Rest of the world
87

539

1,659
414
381
160
4
24
153
531

1,383

1,460

1,514

1,763

1,738

1,685

7,273

8,441

8,983

9,732

10,686

9,225

4,004

4,361

4,831

5,016

5,244

5,528

5,116

109
903
604
227
492
293
97
110
301

961
103
1,083
642
245
460
323
99
124
321

1,108
113
1,141
710
281
504
372
115
141
346

1,127
109
1,198
779
290
523
382
121
134
353

1,182
110
1,220
841
301
568
396
124
142

1,254
112
1,265
855
326
619
434
132
154
377

1,188
100
1,094
820
302
591
3S6
131
127
355

3,521

2,742

2,912

3,610

3,967

4,438

5,158

4,113

309
324
280
859
225
513
332
105
352
222

229
264
206
688
177
376
242
80
299
181

274
282
214
750
184
396
251
71
300
190

292
264
919
223
509
319
101
433
224

367
333
283
993
252
581
338
105
464
246

423
368
320
1,149
280
668
385
137
492
266

467
402
359
1,319
316
795
461
171

406
346
313
1,028
259
630
353
141
363
274

2,444

2,100

2,00S

2,077

2,102

2,218

2,333

2,073

1,251
322
437
153
12
26
132

1,061
300
421
136
13
23
119

7,983

468




1,084
326
354
136
6
20

1,122
316
373
146
6
22
92

1,113
315
397
150
S
23
96

1,194
319
414
144
10
25
112

392

331

390

409

441

419

394
15

423
18

401
13

384
8

495

-

413
9

503

465

409

473
30
7,524
1,685
5,839
1,551

437
28
7,040
1,533
5,507
1,488
346
103
127
361
182
369

851
553
296
257
0
298

384
25
6,453
1,395
5,058
1,423
312
95
121
355
179
361
5,443
417
886
1,680
15
198
315
128
200
691
214
69
289
341
3,361
838
541
290
251
0
297

14
204
312
124
180
679
217
69
286
335
3,872
1,216
916
294
249
373
300

15
231
309
141
193
695
216
72
287
339
4,731
1,717
1,394
357
250
787
323

2,548
2,431
1,120
1,267
44
117

2,523
2,419
1,109
1,223
87
104

2,656
2,557
1,084
1,174
299
99

3,014
2,909
1.033
1,223
603

2,357
2,247
1,082
1,165
0
110

2,44!
2,331
1,110
1*217
4
116

5,934
465
941
1,962
20
192
299
147
248
725
212
77
292
354
3,399

1
Addendum: All private Industries

1,155
343
355
131
6
17
83
422

1,405
382
369
145
5
21
117

460
8

376
118
135
368
186
368
6,318
504
996
2,193
22
207
281
153
277
749
202
85
291
358
3,318
871
571
310
261
0
300

51
424
202
72

6,746

525
6

465
30
7,821
1,744
6,077
1,575
386
143
137
358
183
368
6,484
518
1,008
2,348
24
209
264
153
295
750
194
83
287
351
3,184
827
528
267
261
0
299

132
100
478

1,644

1,983

535
4

Utilities: electric and gas
Local utilities and public services, n.e.c
Wholesale and retail trade
Wholesale trade...,
Hctail trade and automobilo services
Finance, Insurance, and real estate
Banking
Security and commodity brokers, dealers, and exchanges..
Finance, n.e.c
.._
Insurance carriers
Insurance agents and combination offices
Real estate
Services
_
Hotels and other lodging places...,
Personal services
Private households
Commercial and trade schools and employment agencies..
Business services, n.e.c
Miscellaneous repair services and hand trades
Motion pictures
Amusement and recreation, except motion pictures
Medical and other health services
Legal services.Engineering and other professional services, n.e.c
Educational services, n.e.c.
Nonprofit membership organizations, n.e.c
,
CoTcrninentand gorcrnment enterprises..
Federal...—
General government
Civilian, except work relief
Military
,
Work relief
Government enterprises....
<
State and local*
General government
*
Public education
Nonschool, except work relief
Work relief
Government entreprises.

1,845
438
381
168
2
25
175

74

993
105
100
464
190
75

380
11

377
13

395

411

416

371
24
6,431
1,393
5,038
1,373
282
104
115
341
171
360

386
25
6,961
1,530
5,431
1,401
285
93
113
348
172
385
5,658
453
910

392
24
7,180
1,572
5,603
1,425
278
89
115
364
171
408
5,850
469
950
1,878
IS
233
311
155
197
711
223
74
293
333
5,051
1,776
1,440
449
263
728

418
26
7,639
1.'
5,949
1,475
277
100
121
368
174
435
6,167
494
994
2,008
20
265
311
171
212
750
225
78
297
342
6,148
3,488
, 3,145
521
290
2,334
343

437
23
8,162
1,857
6,305
1,520
286
98
123
383
175
455

423
23
8,075
1,857
8,218
1,520

6,429
520
1,034
2,128
22
269
311
184
230
785
230
80
304
332

6,241
522
1.008
1,«2
21
276
314
178
212
807

3,255
3,145
1,112
1,268
765
110

2,660
2,541
1,134
1,352
55
119

2,724
2,599
1,165
1,401
33
125

37,876

39,831

41,626

5,275
403
860
1,592

1,797

105

444

460

5,530
2,806
2,457
517
313
1,627
349

1
34,179

36,666

?
312
331
6,153
2,96
507
326
3,130

'366

is
w
I

1
34,203

109
396
179

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

111

by Industry: Annually, 1929-47
3

[Data in thousands]

Line

1939

All industries, total

1942

1041

1943

1045

1044

1040

1047

46,605

Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries.
Farms

1040

-

Agricultural services, forestry, and fisheriesMining
Metal mining
_
Anthracite mining
Bituminous and other soft coal mining
Crude petroleum and natural gas
Nonmetallic mining and quarrying
Contract construction
Manufacturing
Nondurable goods
Food and kindred products
Tobacco manufactures
Textile mill products
Apparel and other finished fabric products..
Paper and allied products
Printing, publishing, and allied industries.,
Chemicals and allied products
Products of petroleum and coal
Rubber products
Leather and leather products
Durable goods
Lumber and timber basic products
Furniture and finished lumber products
Stone, clay, and glass products
Iron and steel and their products, including ordnance..
Nonferrous metals and their products
Machinery, except electrical
Electrical machinery
Transportation equipment, except automobiles
Automobiles and automobile equipment...
Miscellaneous manufacturing
Transportation.,
Railroads
Local and highway passenger transportation...—
Highway freight transportation and warehousing.,
Water transportation
Air transportation (common carriers)
Pipeline transportation
LServices allied to transportation
Communication
Telephone, telegraph, and related services..
Radio bioadca&ting and television

48,486

53,112

57,992

63,612

64,634

62,991

57,391

57,705

8,273

8,044

7,937

7,775

7,510

7,250

7,055

7,033

7,006

8,058
215

7,832
212

7,730
207

7,558
217

7,330
204

7,024
220

0,828
227

0,780
247

6,710
257

S70

965

1,015

1,021

919

905

855

901

973

116
00
339
197
78

131
93
447
206
83

144
94
461
216
100

141
91
487
197
105

138
85
439
193
W

111
81
410
213
81

93
74
392
220
70

03
83
397
235
03

IO1
82
437
250
100

1,864

1,941

2,449

2,859

2,172

1,C16

10,086

11,009

13,274

15,430

17,556

17,218

5,438

5,597

6,223

6,528

6,572

6,431

1,211
103
1,217
920
315
595
417
135
146
374

1,258
105
1,226
936
337
588
473
151
156
369

1,341
103
1,386
1,062
379
599
684
168
189
412

1,424
97
1,392
1,099
3S1
573
785
183
189
405

1,412
103
1,325
1,007
305
567
854
180
225
378

1,479
101
1,222
1,078
392
5G8
795
197
241
358

4,648

5,412

7,051

8,902

10,984

10,787

441
389
347
1,159
283
666'
399
186
468
305

511
412
373
1,335
333
798
456
302
544
348

620
468
437
1,646
415
1,096
608
676
656
429

644
451
441
1,965
467
1,375
758
1,750
576
475

597
429
418
2,465
515
1,409
961
3,273
320
531

571
415
391
2,430
500
1,418
1,038
3,177
342
£05

2,169

2,256

2,447

2,586

2,789

1,114
296
444
142
15
22
136

1,160
293
477
144
19
23
140

1,285
293
539
146
24
24
136

1,429
314
549
109
34
25
126

1,531
355
525
141
46
25
163

424

434

478

501

521

519

536

652

411
23

451
27

476
23

402
29

483
31

502
34

616
36

403
21

1,700
15,360

2,551

3,007

u,m

15,406

6,855

fi.OSO

1,634
105
1,318
1,149
4.f>0
f*S9
710
210
200
415

1,662
101
1,331

9,00S

7,820

8,420

S37
411
387
2,079
406
1,316
927
2,016
309
500

400
4S3
1,078
507
1,407
819
595
668
517

084
562
613
1.871
491
1,663
931
513
760
64S

2,960

3,018

3,039

3,015

1,616
372
408
20$
47
20
193

1,628
381
487
250
53
25
191

1,564
43.r>
652
203
82
27
170

1,543
442
r>72
106
S3
28
191

fi, 352
1,468
103
1,100
1,051
300
688
781
207
236
300

1,157
46.1
728
727
228
271
410

646
42

Electric, gas, and sanitary services

447

467

479

447

396

377

385

453

502

Utilities: electric and gas
—
•
Local utilities and public services, n.e.c
•
Wholesale and retail trade
Wholesale trade
Retail trade and automobile services
Finance, insurance, and real estate
Banking
•
Security and commodity brokers, dealers, and exchangesFinance, n.e.c
•
Insurance carriers
•
Insurance agents and combination offices
•
Real estate
_
•
Services
Hotels and other lodging places...Personal services
Private households
.---•
Commercial and trade schools and employment agencies*.
Business services, n.e.c
Miscellaneous repair services and hand trades
Motion pictures
Amusement and recreation, except motion pictures
Medical and other health services
-—
—
Legal services
_
Engineering and other professional services, n.e.c
Educational services, n.e.c
Nonprofit membership organizations, n.e.c
Government and government enterprises
Federal
..
General government~~""IIII
Civilian, except work relief
Military
•
^ Work relief.
•
Government enterprises
—
•

423
24

443
24

454
25

422
25

8,382

8,783

9,262

8,957

1,942
6,440

2,015
6,768

2,136
7,126

2,011
6,916

1,560

1,611

1,647

1,636

289
77
105
414
181
494

297
73
113
425
180
523

310
64
122
435
182
534

320
51
114
423
181
539

470
32
11,001
2,625
8,376
1,866
301
Gl
111
514
210
676

6,707

6,784

6,926

429
30
10,392
2,419
7,973
1,813
375
00
102
475
201
501
7,06S

526
996
2,075
20
290
300
179
223
813
242
S6
318
328

538
1,050
2,200
19
296
293
181
240
841
244
91
324
390

557
1,095
2,057
29
314
320
191
256
861
215
103
329
427

561
1,115
2,092
47
310
328
200
255
878
223
129
335
448

353
21
8,534
1,036
6,598
1,561
337
50
85
392
166
531
6,522
5S4
1,053
1,655
41
320
304
221
232
895
200
101
344
479
17,137
14,366
13,835
2,520
11,355

359
26
8,914
2,052
0,862
1,602
344

6,396

373
23
8,560
1,912
6,648
1,575
329
50
93
400
172
525
6,593
573
1,000
1,739
58
305
378
211
231
894
211
110
310
455
14,979
12,189
11,573
2,497
9,029
47
616

State and local
General government
Public education
Nonschool. except work relief
Work relief.
Government enterprises
^ s t of the world
Addendum: All private Industries..




6,133

6,267

7,337

9,846

3,273
2,898
560
342
1,990
375

3,369
2,9S0
642
- 549
1,789
389

4,415
3,934
• 944
1,670
1,364
431

6,979
6,457
1,702
4,151
601
522

2,860
2,732
1,224
1,497
11

2,898
2,752
1,235
l,50G
11

2,922
2,764
1,249
1,509
6

2,867
2,714
1,245
1,467
o

146

158

153

128
1

2

40,471

42,217

3
45,772

632
1,210
1,503
30
4 IS
501
235
275
983
210
131
361
572
8,800

5,811
5,255
1,821
3,431

7,441
f>36
1,213
1,005
36

455
535
237
2S4.

1,071
212
144

3S7
599
6,762
3.S2S
3.036
1,437
1,590

4S1

495

556

492

2,790
2,63'
1,227
1,40

5! 622
1,216
1,405

2,795
2,647
1,224
1,423

2.9S9
2,82*
1,276
1,552

3,234
3,053
1,364

16
5

149

148

161

181

5

5

5

5

47,492

45,974

48,589

50.93S

5
48,141

88
401
171
543
6,519
584
1,073
1,632
26
313
309
222
232
892
105
112
340
•193
17,012
14,217
13,722
2,420
11,302

48,65G

1,650

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

112

Table 6.6.—Number of Persons Engaged in
[Data in thousands]
1955

1954

59,115

All Industrie*, total

6,766

Agriculture, forestry. and fisheries
6,724
276

-

•

Metal mining
Coalmining
-—
Crude petroleum and natural gas—Mining and quarrying of nonmetallic minerals

962

847

3,582

.-*

—

-

-

17,702
7,680

7,609

Nondurable poods.Food and kindred products...—
Tobacco manufactures
Textile mill products
Apparel and other fabricated textile products
Paper and allied products
Printing, publishing, and allied industries
Chemicals and allied products
Petroleum refining and related industries
Kubber and miscellaneous plastic products
Leather and leather products

1,850
104
1,051
1,224
535

1 820
102
1,196
1 212
'454
804
620
218
285

--.—

8,595

Durable goods
Lumber and wood products, except furniture
Furniture and fixtures
Stone, clay, and glass products
,
Primary metal industries
Fabricated metal products
*—,-.
Machinery, except electrical
Electrical machinery
Transportation equipment and ordnance,except motor vehicles.
Motor vehicles and motor vehicle equipment
Instruments
....
Miscellaneous manufacturing Industries
Transportation

7,748

943
370
576
1,282
1 031
1 433
997
511
768
253
441

830
345
536
1,137
930
1,235

563
1 244
1 033
1 262

962
387
607
1,373
1,107
1,523
1,106
766
842
294
432
2,994

2,809

911
390
586
1,309
1 107
1 603
1 186
1 112
'786
316
426

597
1,396
1,195
1,629
1 328
1,277
910
339
456

805
370
570
1,230
1,114
1,473
1,192
1 150
776
325
433

443

2,968

2,962

2,743

2,769

-

787

819

819

835

.
743

742

727

758

Telephone and telegraph

885

753

Itadio broadcasting and television

599

552

558

576

10,662

10,783

11,398

11,480

2,664
8,087

2,691
8,071

2,605
8,178

2,740
8,505

2,793
8.6M

2,820
8,660

2,795
8,541

1*934

Electric, gas, and sanitary services

1,947

2,019

2,116

2,205

2,302

2,401

,„

Wholesale and retail trade
Wholesale trade....
Retail trade
Finance, insurance, and real estate

Federal
„
General government...
"I.I.I
Civilian, except work relief
I I
Military
Work reliefState and local....
General government
Public education
Nonschool, except work relief.
Work relief
„

I

Rest of the world
Addendum: All private Industries

IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII

1*1*1111
II'III."1*1

*"""

7,716

7,741

1,241
385
340
253
234
298
1,132
217
482
649
275
1,574

11,908
2,953
8,955

7,197
3,603
3,056
1,452
1,604

"""518

3,594
3,369
1,491

*"

IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII*

8,186

8,316

8,286

8,707

1,232
425
306
254
233
294
1,307
243
530
738
314
1,667

1,230
455
308
264
228
291
1,355
246
543
750
354
1,524

656
1,223
486 !
305
255
221
297
1,417
251
564
780
378
1,483

641
1,218
500
302
240
218
296
1,484
254
588
801
383
1,361

618
1,223
'549
310
249
216
307
1,558
257
625
843
404
1,548

7,419

9,306

10,095

10,054

9,879

9,756

3,697
3,166
1,472
1,694

5,499
4,948
1,824
3,124

6,148
5,559
1,921
3,638

5,948
5,372
1,827
3,645

5,607
5,033
1,707
3,326

5,313
4 741
1716
3,025

547

3,424
3,209
1,418
1,791
"""215

1,878

229
708

8,168

611
1,218
382
325
235
235
296
1,170
228
502
697
271
1,571

3,416
2,898
1,430
1,468

-llllllll/.lllllll

609
185
660

567
166
620

6,840

Private households...

Government and government enterprises

Government enterprises.

11,592
2,842
8,750
2,481

___

Banking
._.
Credit agencies, holding and other investment companies
Security and commodity brokers
._„
Insurance carriers
Insurance agents, brokers, and service...
"
Ueal estate.
..--.
,
Services.
^
Hotels and other lodging places
.
Personal services
Miscellaneous business services
I..I...IIIII..
Automobile repair, automobile services, and garages
...
Miscellaneous repair services
Motion pictures
,...
1,111111..
Amusement and recreation services, except motion pictures"" II
Medical and other health services
_
Legal services
Educational services
~..I,I . I I . I I *
Nonprofit membership organizations.. .11.I.III
Ill"
I
Miscellaneous professional services




602
1,338
1,175
1,499
1,245
1,104

1,433
384
718
262

_

-

Government enterprises

10,122

9,438

9,732

8,358

-

Railroad transportation
Local, suburban, and highway passenger
Motor freight transportation and warehousing..
Water transportation
Air transportation
Pipeline transportation
Transportation services
_
Communication.,..

3,7C0

18,015

Contract construction
Aanufaeturlng

5,625
303

5,849
305

6,509
272

1,033

Agricultural services, forestry, and fisheries.Mining

1956

7,978

""551
3,722
3,484
1,536
1,948

3,807
3,557
1,581
1,976

576"
3,947
3,658
1,655
2,003

"""250*

54,063

4,106
3,809
1,732
2,077

""574
4,272
3,974
1,812
2,162

""572"

"575

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

Lid

Production by Industry: Annually, 1948-65
[Data in thousands]

All Industries, totalAgriculture, forestry, and fisheries..
Farms

-

---

4,893
296

Agricultural services, forestry, and fisheriesMining..
Metal mining
__
Coal mining..
Crude petroleum and natural gas

881

—
~--~._III___

Mining and quarrying of nonmetallic minerals
Contract construction
Manufacturing., _ ^

„.__
,

Nondurable goods

_

,

Lumber and wood products, except furniture
Furniture and fixtures
_
Stone, clay, and glass products
Primary metal industries
Fabricated metal products
Machinery, except electrical
.—
.Electrical machinery
Transportation equipment and ordnance, except motor vehicles
Motor vehicles and motor vehicle equipment.-.
Instruments
_
_
_
Miscellaneous manufacturing industries
—__„.

_

704

97
188
329
123

91
168
323
122

161
319
121

83
156
309
121

152
310
121

-

Railroad transportation
Local, suburban, and highway passenger
Motor freight transportation and warehousing..
Water transportation...
Air transportation.............
_
Pipeline transportation
„
iTansportation services
..._Communication
Tel* one and telegraph
broadcasting and televisionElectric, gas, and sanitary services...
Wholesale and retail trade
Wholesale trade
Retail trade
II"."Ill"""
Finance, insurance, and real estate-

3,513

3,634

3,596

3,560

3,632

3,715

3,836

17,611

16,271

17,006

17,126

16,673

17,230

17,355

17,653

7,216

7,408

7,458

7,384

7,507

7,516

7,693

1,843
95
988
1,239
568
948
828
239
371
375

1,786
93
925
1,183
559
940
798
227
347
353

1,797
93
952
1,243
583
955
817
217
378
373

1,820
93
929
1,256
593
981
834
210
380
362

1,803
90
900
1,235
600
987
837
202
372
358

1,792
90
910
1,285
616
996
853
196
410
359

1,779
89
897
1,300
623
1,000
868
192
419
349

1,783
91
899
1,320
626
1,024
880
187
434
349

10,117

„_

Food and kindred products....
_
Tobacco manufactures
Textile mill products
_
•
Apparel and other fabricated textile products...
Paper and allied products..
Printing, publishing, and allied industries
_
Chemicals and allied products....
Petroleum refining and related industries
_
Rubber and miscellaneous plastic products
Leather and leather products
Durable goods
_
.
.._

Transportation

737

86
201
344
125

7,494

...
_

756

95
226
344
123

3,627

_.....

,.

788

116
267
370
128

9,055

9,598

9,723

9,839

10,060

748
403
607
1,370
1,203
1,618
1,340
1,277
771
357
423

702
384
578
1,161
1,097
1,402
1,234
1,150
616
329
402

741
404
'615
1,193
1,148
1,503
1,388
1,158
685
347
416

717
403
619
1,229
1,153
1,517
1,459
1,081
718
354
418

385
595
1,148
1,100
1,462
1,471
1,064
642
347
407

675
404
604
1,175
1,144
1,537
1,576
1,130
701
358
419

674
409
615
1,178
1,163
1,578
1,561
1,136
745
364
416

690
426
630
1,235
l t 204
1,659
1,547
1,109
768
366
426

2,763

2,535

2,547

2,541

2,448

2,442

2,432

2,451

1,117
325
806
243
169
26
77

956
310
788
213
169
25
74

924
302
826
217
17S
24
76

883
302
840
217
195
23
81

813
298
828
210
198
22
79

793
292
849
206
200
21
81

770
289
863
203
206
20
81

755
287
879
211
216
19
84

904

854

830

836

825

821

$22

844

824
80

774

748

751
85

738

733

732
90

750
94

612

87

80
623
627

627

624

626

630

12,273

12,359

12,715

12,059

12,299

2.976
9,002

11,868
2,966
8,902

3,018
9,041

3,090
9,209

12,177
3,100
9,077

3,141
9,132

3,180
9,179

3,252
9,463

2,602

2,646

2,695

2,762

2,822

2,875

2,944

3,019

720
281
123
819
265
736

744
293
127
836
272
747

11,978

Services

Automobile repair, automobile services," a n T g a r a g e s I " " I " !
Miscellaneous repair services
...1
Motion pictures......
Amusement and reaeattonVel^TcesrexcVprmoYion pictures..
Mprt
'cal and other health s e r v i c e s . . . . . . . .
services.
membership organizations

Government and government enterprises

workreuei:::::

212
91
774
230
702

213
97
799
236
695

624
225
108
795
238
705

655
242
116
801
247
701

678
255
127
805
255
702

9,353

Banking
S ? dlt4aS6nciesi"holding imd'othe
security and commodity brokers
Insurance carriers
Insurance agents, brokers", 'and'sef vice I

696
266
132
803
261
717

9,539

9,815

10,169

10,386

10,712

11,012

11,373

625
1,280
654
333
268
203
320
1,719
266
703
911
482
1,589

612
1,258
678
350
265
188
331
1,807
277
743
948
468
1,614

624
1,250
754
359
259
185
348
1,895
298
779
9S3
489
1,592

639
1,289
810
388
265
179
370
1,968
310
823
1,028
503
1,597

641
1,311
860
394
279
177
384
2,041
314
861
1,042
518
1,564

652
1,333
928
407
279
170
401
2,128
327
902
1,082
545
1,558

662
1,360
982
426
287
163
414
2,239
327
947
1,103
565
1,532

1,394
1,051
446
294
169
426
2,353
338
9S9
1,127
590
1,513

10,142

10,418

10,739

11,202

11,745

10,057

11,421

9,994

5,001
4,342
1,744

5,270
4,606
1,806
2,800

5,218
4,547
1,824
2,723

5,215
4,537
1,817
2,720

6,203
5,817
2,883
2,934

6,530
6,128
3,076
3,052

Government enterprises
Public education

Work? 1 ' e x c e p t *">rk *&&—
Government
i!""""!
***« of the world
: All private industries...




4,935
4,335
1,703

4,851
4,239
.1,696
2,543

4,888
4,261
1,745
2,516

600

5,121
4,531
1,745
2,786

""612"

""627"

678'

""'664'

4,873
•4,561
2,128
2,433

5,122
4,796
2,238
2,558

5,291
4,965
2,347
2,618

5,530
5,189
2,494
2,695

5,73S
5,3SS
2,561
2,827

5,932
5,576
2,705
2,871

312"

"""326"

""326"

""341"

""350*

356

4

4

4

53,682

54,884

55,841

4
55,520

54,831

55r409

402
4
56,350

57,363

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

114

Table 6.7.—Supplements to Wages and Salaries
[Millions of dollars]
1020

Lino

662

All Industries, total

Transportation
Communication
K lee trie, gas. and sanitary services

621

1932
677

,

Government a n d government enterprises.
...

542

1939

1940

1941

1942

1943

1944

1,827

2,018

2,167

2,311

2,703

3,162

3,759

4,463

89

67
104

7
73
112

6
81
174

7
86
255

7
89
201

9
88
149

94
52
42

103
56
47

132
71
61

133
129

615
293
322

656
338
318

736
361
375

813
366
447

1,061
422
639

1,326
463
863

1,775
552
1,223

2,047
690
1,357

80
15
11

82
22
9

106
22

77
24
14

120
29
23

213
46
41

201
55
51

215
55
52

227
63
51

265
76
49

335
81
44

397
91
47

442
99
73

45
53
23

41
43
20

40
43
22

52
53
23

107
77
46

267
118

331
137
122

343
143
119

354
146
123

389
154
134

378
151
143

396
178
158

455
178
175

151
69
82

141
65
70

123
62
61

105
58
47

G4
10
13

C5
15
14

91
15
14

55
GO
24

50
60
24

506

990

1933

4
29
50

5
15
40

156

650

590

1937

1936

1935

1934

4
16
31

5
18
52

21

Services

1033

4
16
29

5
22
57

55
71

,

Wholesale a n d retail trade
Finance, insurance, and real estate

A d d e n d u m : All privato industries

657

1931

5
24
£6

Acrlculturo, forestry, and fisheries
Mining
Contract construction
Manufacturing
Nondurable Koods
Durable goods

1030

6
63

163

169

185

185

190

224

243

280

301

326

342

314

356

420

748

491

452

392

357

394

426

747

1,547

1,717

1,841

1,969

2,389

2,806

3,339

3,715

Table 6.8.— Income of Unincorporated Enterprises
[Millions of dollars]
1929

Line
All Industries, total.

1930

1931

1932

1933

1934

1935

1936

1937

1938

1939

1940

1941

1942

1943

1944

14,966

11,129

8,554

5,359

6,440

7,729

10,808

11,075

13,232

11,076

12,011

13,090

18,122

24,198

28,788

29,890

9,879
9,782

11,770
11,66.1

11,742
11,611

126

166
1,119

163
992

Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries..
Farms

6,215
6,150

4,367
4,303

3,471
3,412

2,143
2,006

2,627
2,684

2,995
2,952

5,321
5,270

4,342
4,292

6,067
6,001

4,430
4,371

4,471
4,410

4,529
4,4*34

6,514
6,440

Mining
Contract construction.,

01
1,139

35
875

—16
618

9
248

4
206

31
324

39
392

61

85
591

59
616

70
654

69
697

968

Manufacturing
Nondurable poods..
Durable-goods

572
378
19-1

300
207
93

130
101
29

29
32

210
171
39

253
188
65

307
215
92

411
275
136

374
218
156

276
183
93

409
265
144

523
289
234

993
544
449

1,439
823
616

1,882
1,098
784

2,203
1,276
927

Transportation
Communication
Electric, Ras, and sanitary services.

222
3
6

214
3
6

187
2
5

163
1
2

158
0
1

174
1
2

197
1
2

218
2
2

233
3
4

230
3
4

250
3
4

286
3
4

360
4
6

417
5
7

479
6
9

465
7
12

Wholesale and retail t r a d e
Wholesale trade
ltetaii trade

2,003
274
1,729

1,339
181
1,158

G10
80
530

1,186
15C
1,030

1,738
235
1,503

2,113
299
1,814

2.679

390
?,533

2,274

2,949
432
2,517

2,702
420
2.273

3,245
487
2,758

3,904
594
3,310

5,727
892
4,835

7,132
1,176
5,956

8,767
1,462
7,305

9,212
1,635
7.577

Finance, insurance, and real estate.Services
,..

827
!,095

503
2,818

342
2,476

1,891

348
1,700

285
1,926

343
2,093

398
2,334

40S
T.518

370
2,386

405
2,500

433
2,642

485
2,967

526
3,419

640
3,950

718
4,376

Table 6.9.—Noncorporate Capital Consumption
[Millions of dollars]
Line

1029

1930

1931

1932

1933

1934

1935

1936

1937

1938

1939

1940

1941

1942

1943

3,664

3,653

3,530

3,361

3,163

3,197

3,247

3,420

3,510

3,590

3,531

3,672

3,970

4,748

4,887

4,965

S32
822

876
865

784
776

677
661

588
579

591
580

589

652
644

716
708

757
750

710
702

712
705

788
780

1,270
1,261

1,289
I.2S0

1,344
1,332

Mining
Contract construction

39
75

44
76

38
75

37
71

30
52

35
47

36
45

37
47

37
49

42
44

45
45

45
44

46
47

59
45

77
37

65
50

Manufacturing
Nondurable goods
Durable poods

75
24
51

SO
24
56

83
23
60

81
20
61

72
16
56

61
15
46

57
16
41

56
17
39

54
17
37

62
18
44

58
18
40

56
IS

59
21
38

37
61

127
51
76

163
70
93

Transportation
Communication
Electric, gas, and sanitary services.

60

62

64

46

46

47

2

2

3

7

87
9

89
10

97

2

59
6

67

2

54
2

60

2

58
2

46

2

103
10

250
50
200

241
54
187

249
50
199

209
40
169

182
36
146

191
45
146

197
49
148

209
53
156

231
50
181

224
42
182

230
39
191

239
37
202

287
53
234

359
70
289

395
SO
315

2,037
2,024

1,972
1,958

1,942
1,926

1,930
1,913

1,909
1,885

1,937
1,916

1,971
1,950

2,070
2,048

2,055
2,034

2,064
2,046

2,046
2,028

2,141
2,119

2,242
2,219

2,370
2,351

2,406

2,338
2,311

294

300

293

296

282

287

295

300

312

334

332

361

405

448

449

464

All industries, total
Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries.,
Farms

Wholesale and retail trade
Wholesale trade
Retail trade
Finance, insurance, and real estate.
Kcal estate
-.
_Services




10

332

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

115

by Industry Division: Annually, 1929-65
[Millions of dollars]
1945

1946

1947

1948

1949

1950

1951

1952

1953

1954

1955

1956

1957

1958

1959

1960

1961

1962

1963

1904

1965

5,604

5,861

5,899

5,755

6,524

7,799

9,594

10,232

10,852

11,482

13,213

15,216

17,301

17,890

20,906

23,382

24,558

27,541

29,909

32,038

34,541

1

11
88
156

14
102
209

15
150
274

15
205
318

16
197
319

19
284
400

30
328
502

33
321
523

34
344
561

41
321
615

58
365
681

62
425
762

71
428
853

78
384
891

89
419
1,105

108
433
1,209

113
440
1,329

132
461
1,435

154
4GS
1,60-1

167
470
1,744

161
502
1,859

2
3
4

1,953
776
1,177

1,702
818
884

2,037
967
1,070

2,182
1,043
1,139

2,303
1,133
1,170

3,197
1,351
1,846

4,203
1,707
2,496

4,634
1,813
2,721

4,988
1,938
3,050

5,176
2,152
3,024

6,005
2,317
3,688

6,863
2,525
4,338

7,607
2,816
4,791

7,560
3,007
4,553

8,881
3,416
6,465

9,712
3,701
6,011

9,895
3,910
5,976

11,496
4,298
7,198

12,232
4,535
7,747

13,294
4,807
8,487

14,558
5,150
9,402

r
c

476
110
91

507
140
103

642
161
116

569
180
128

572
198
144

624
227
174

713
248
212

759
269
226

790
288
230

786
304
266

885
308
286

1,004
333
328

1,109
364
359

1,095
377
408

1,334
443
444

1,444
481
465

1,481
514
528

1,548
654
645

1,633
574
574

1,730
6S6
621

1,847
747
669

8
9
10

501
167
190

635
210
225

751
220
243

713
260
259

763
296
282

951
343
342

1,074
396
435

1,102
445
454

1,144
498
498

1,282
685
567

1,439
642
628

1,596
719
710

1,862
799
828

1,923
932
879

2,348
1,129
1,073

2,683
1,364
1,302

2,872
1,566
1,422

3,255
1,709
1,665

3,544
1,879
1,903

3,703
1,924
1,997

3,935
2,078
2,150

11
12
13

Lino

7

1,862

2,014

1,290

926

1,434

1,238

1,453

1,566

1,477

1,539

1,916

2,414

3,016

3,363

3,641

4,181

4,403

4,741

6,234

5,700

0,035

14

3,742

3,847

4,609

4,829

5,090

6,561

8,141

8,666

9,375

9,943

11,297

12,802

14,285

14,527

17,265

19,201

20,150

22,800

21,675

26,332

28,506

15

by Industry Division: Annually, 1929-65
[Millions of dollars]
1945

1946

1947

1948

1949

1950

1951

1952

1953

1954

1955

1956

1957

1968

1959

1960

1961

1962

1963

1964

1965

31.528

38,229

36,959

40,628

34,822

38,569

42,290

41,910

40,680

40,037

41,899

43,237

44,363

46,663

46,690

46,228

48,401

50,091

51,047

51,915

56,119

1

12,371
12,223

15,099
14,928

15,395
15,202

17,832
17,505

13,005
12,659

13,860
13,498

16,222
15,838

15,401
14,986

13,468
13,048

12,878
12,430

11,863
11,418

11,843
11,395

11,714
11,283

13,861
13,434

11,846
11,421

12,394
11,965

13,285
12,848

13,525
13,018

13,580
13,103

12,568
12,019

15t6G0
15,091

2
3

129
1,094

164
1,723

270
2,124

401
2,654

288
2,653

295
3,088

306
3,123

277
3,272

298
3,208

291
2,929

339
3,167

404
3,290

413
3,475

370
3,284

277
3,551

276
3,357

284
3,558

273
3,597

268
3,693

246
3,921

239
4,039

4
5

2,365
1,438
927

2,302
1,405
897

1,658
895
763

1,825
990
835

1,581
871
710

2,047
984
1,063

2,168
997
1,171

2,082
991
1,091

2,103
1,002
1,101

1,906
942
964

2,035
933
1,102

2,095
918
1,177

2,003
902
1,101

1,867
881
936

1,907
805
1,102

1,841
822
1,019

1,318
811
1,007

1,877
783
1,094

1,815
739
1,076

1,876
738
1,138

1,936
755
1,181

6
7
8

432
8
15

487
17

556
8
18

601
8
18

601
8
17

655
11
23

693
14
27

730
18
33

754
18
38

764
21
43

754
18
43

767
18
38

787
17
61

796
17
66

808
16
56

794
16
55

848
17
68

933
16
56

987
19
67

1,007
23
80

1,071
25
85

9
10
11

9,683
1,740
7,943

12,078
2,323
9,755

10,459
1,808
8,651

9,962
1,592
8,370

9,094
1,409
7,685

10,076
2,052
8,024

10,833
2,216
8,617

10,606
2,050
8,556

10,607
2,203
8,404

10,614
1,899
8,715

11,143
2,430
8,713

11,565
2,770
8,795

11,790
2,862
8,928

11,589
2,793
8,796

12,278
2,871
9,407

11,503
2,822
8,681

11,603
2,966
8,637

12,016
3,003
9,013

11,913
3,113
8,800

12,305
3,031
9,274

12,500
3,066
9,434

12
13
14

899
4,632

1,036
5,316

966
5,505

1,172
6,155

1,353
6,222

1,831
6,683

1,860
7,044

2,019'
7,472

2,160
8,026

2,395
8,196

2,915
9,617

2,983
10,234

3,173
10,940

3,312
11,501

3,405
12,546

3,163
12,829

3,155
13,775

3,091
14,710

3,257
15,443

3,418
16,501

3,482
17,082

15
16

Line

Allowances by Industry Division: Annually, 1929-65
[Millions of dollars]
1946
4,895

1947

5,221

6,398

1949
7,504

1950

1951

1952

1953

1954

1955

1956

1957

1958

1959

1960

1961

1962

1963

1964

1965

8,604

9,542

10,944

11,715

12,508

13,284

14,071

15,170

16,274

16,924

17,866

18,500

19,004

19,903

20,851

22,181

23,289

4,009
3,879

3,952
3,828

4,063
3,937

4,144
4,021

4,426

4,670

301
585

617

292
623

296
619

1,220
1,207

1,117
1,100

1,418
1,395

1,855
1,824

2,226
2,187

2,518
2,474

2,964
2,912

3,150

3,270
3,205

3,389
3,318

3,494
3,408

3,541
3,447

3,716
3,612

3,821
3,692

4,004
3,892

83
71

93
106

117
169

162
221

179
326

211
373

220
416

244
447

263
477

301
555

314
618

340
638

280
672

340
644

316

626

182
83
99

186
89
97

227
103
124

278
136
142

163
278
324
153
171

340
153
187

384
163
221

393
163
230

407
168
239

385
159
226

422
169
253

426
173
253

450
164
286

416
181
235

422
173
249

419
159
260

382
154
228

372
150
222

380
130
250

403

404

115
2
10

136
2
13

214
2
17

225
3
23

256
3
32

259
4
40

282
4
48

282
5
53

286
5

270
6
64

324
6
67

399
7
72

467
S
78

483
7

465
10
91

483
11
99

462
10
98

465
11
103

552
12
112

531
14
120

520
15
127

792
163
629

908
236
672

1,149
203
946

1,252
237
1,015

1,375
303
1,072

1,555
296
1,259

1,664
313
1,351

1,584
287
1,297

1,546
335
1,211

1,728
380
1,348

1,818
427
1,391

1,814
412
1,402

1,898
461
1,437

1,823
450
1,373

1,751
416
1,335

1,748
412
1,336

1,716
405
1,311

1,741

1,723

126
442

2,311
2,288

2,470
2,450

2,718

2,953
2,930

3,163
3,131

3,636
3,497

4,105
4,056

4,353
4,299

4,793
4,731

5,288
5,222

5,851
5,765

7,279
7,181

7,865
7,764

8,405
8,299

9,096
8,984

9.757
9,641

10,386
10,269

11,933

6,153

6,880
6,795

11,203

2,700

475

530

724

876

1,010

1,198

1,288

1,333

1,558

1,505

1,781

1,925

2,046

2,159

2,267

2,348

2,498

2,644

2,828

2,982

426
78

215-880 O-J6&—^_0




Line

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

116

Table 6.10.—Inventory Valuation Adjustment
[Millions of dollars]

614

AH Industrie*, total

1933

1930

1929

1931

1932

4,015

3,025

1,342 -2,668

Corporations, toUl
•
Alining
Contract construction
Manufacturing
Wholesale and retail trade
Transportation
Communication
Electric, pas, and sanitary services.

472
5
3
301
152
1
3

3,260
122
30
2,215
804
53
8
28

Unincorporated enterprise*, total
Mining
Contract construction
Manufacturing
Wholesalo and retail trade

142
1
3
12
126

755
14
22
85
634

23
1,585
663
46
8
25

1,047
23
11
655
318
24
4
12

611
6
18
60
527

295
2
248

*!»
-22
-1,340
-627
-52
-8
-27
-525
-66
-438

1934

1935

1936

-679

-277

-858

1937
-60

1941

1940

1938

1939

1,184

-880

-245

-714
-12
-4
-471
-219
-5
—1
-2

-200
1
-6
-135
-37
-14
-2
-7

-166
-1
-3
-28
-134

-45
0
-7
-4
-34

-625
-4
0
-457
-143
-12
-2
—7

-227
-9
-1
-161
-48
-5
-1
-2

-738
-16
-3
-478
-226
-9
-1
-5

-31
0
—7
-11
34
-28
-15

963
11
4
619
309
11
2
7

-54
-1
0
-5
-48

-50
-1
-1
-7
-41

-120
-1
-3
-13
-103

-29
0
-5
15
-39

221
1
3
18
199

1942

-3,086

1943

1944

-1,571

-929

-356

-14
1,511
-879
-30
-5
-15

-1,204
-3
-3
-726
-455
-10
-2
-5

-773
-3
-4
-552
-190
-14
-2

-287
-3
-5
-206
-55
-12
-1
-5

-615
-2
-12
-73
-528

-367
0
-4
-45
-318

-156
-1
-27
-124

0
-3
-15
-51

Table 6.11.—Net Interest by Industry
[Millions of dollars]
1929

3
4

g
9
10
11

1°

P*tpctric ens and sanit&fv services

»--

Wholesalo and retail trade * .----*Finance insurance and real estate .

13
14

Rest of the world . . . . . .

1932

1933

1934

1935

1936

1937

193S

1939

1940

1941

1942

1943

1944

4,918

4,950

4,616

4,066

4,123

4,073

3,766

3,678

3,587

3,542

3,254

3,219

3,096

2,691

2,326

788
25
27

745
38
24

677
36
23

582
34
15

519
41
1

459
38
3

437
32
4

422
34
4

442
35
0

455
34
2

458
30
2

465
22
4

428
19
6

360
13
2

319
12
0

-81
61
-142

5
$
7

1931

833
32
16

All Industries total
Aerlciiltiirp forestry find fisheries
Mlnintr
-•

1930

4,702

Line

13
82
-69

26
69
-43

11
39
-28

28
42
-14

32
36
-4

45

43
45
-2

97
60
37

51

66

31

59

-8

54

55

-4

7

-12

22
73
-51

-39
31
-70

-57

559
55
339

575
65
393

613
67
498

619
65
529

638
68
496

653

640

610
51
373

445

374

367

337

310

45

501
60
329

471

430

617
59
419

612

413

317

297

80
2,152
140

92
2,172
160

77
2,145

29
2,035
166

32
1,685
164

21
1,975

22
2,008

-55
1,081

126

119

31
1,455
115

-21
1,314

140

54
1,651
'l34

51
1,501

160

50
1,735
142

47
1,468

161

29
1,782
'149

45
1,695

167

577

608

550

426

324

242

207

195

160

133

127

120

126

130

101
115

100
118

*

49
61

65

12

597

55

55

48
568

43

43

545

5S

-44

13
53

Table 6.12.—Corporate Profits (Before Tax) and Inventory Valuation Adjustment by Broad
[Billions of dollars]
1929

Lino
1

2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

All Industries, total
Financial institutions
Mutual
^onflnancial corporations ..-*
---..
Manufacturing
Nondurable poods. . . .
Durablo goods
Transportation, communication, and
public utilities.
All other industries
*

1931

1930

1932

1933

1934

1935

1936

1937

1939

1938

1940

1941

1943

1942

1944

10.5

7.0

2.0

-1.3

-1.2

1.7

3.4

5.6

6.8

4.9

6.3

9.8

15.2

20.3

24.4

23.8

1.3
.2
1.2

.5
.1
.3

.2

.2
.2
.0

.3
.3
.0

r3

.4
.1

.8
.2

.8
.2

.8
.2
.6

1.0
.3
.7
8.9
5.5
2.4
3.1
1.3

1.1
.2

1.2
.3

1.3
.3

1.6

i n

l!3

14.2
9.5
3.1
6.4
2.0

19.1
11.8
4.6
7.2
3.4

23.0
13.8
5.7
8.1
4.4

22.2
13.2
5.9
7.4
3.9

2.0

2.7

3.9

4.9

5.1

9.1
5.2
2.6
2.6
1.8

6,5
3.9
2.4
1.6
1.2

1.9
1.3
1.3
.0
.5

-1.5
-.5
.5
-1.0
.2

-1.5
-.4
.0
-.4
.0

14
11
8
3
4

3.0
2.1
1.1
.9
.4

4.8
3.2
1.5
1.7
.7

6.0
3.8
2.1
1.7
.8

4.1
2.3
1.6
.8
.5

.8
.2
.6
5.5
3.3
1.7
1.7
1.0

2.1

1.4

.0

-1.1

-1.2

n

.5

1.0

1.4

1.3

1.2

.2
.0

2
1

1946

Lino

1947

1949

1948

I
1
2
3
4
5
6

7
8

AH Industries, total
Financial institutions
Nonfinancial corporations
Manufacturing
„ ^
Nondurable goods.
Durable goods
Transportation, communication, and
public utilities.
All other Industries

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

15.3

18.8

20.2

22.9

22.6

25.8

26.1

27.7

31,5

33.4

32.9

34.4

32.8

30.5

31.7

28.4

2.2

2.2

2.1

2.0

1.7

1.6

1.6

1.9

2.2

2.5

2.7

3.0

3.1

3.2

3.2

3.2

13. i
5.4
6.5
-1.1
2.1

16.6
9.3
6.9
2.4
1.7

18.1
9.2
4.8
4.3
2.1

20.9
12.1
8.2
4.0
1.4

21.0
11.8
7.7
4.1
1.9

24.3
13.9
6.8
7.1
2.5

24.5
14.1
8.3
5.8
2.1

25.8
14.4
8.4
6.0
2.2

5.6

5.7

6.8

7.3

7.3

7.8

8.3

9.2

1956

Line

29.3
30.9
17.0
17.5
9.7 . 10.3
7.2
7.3
2.7
3.2
9.6

10.2

1957

30,1
17.3
10.0
7.3
3.0

31.5
18.5
10.2
8.3
3.1

29.7
17.1
8.9
8.2
3.0

27.3
15.6
8.0
7.7
3.1

28.6
17.1
8.0
9.1
3.2

25.2
14.8
7.5
7.3
2.9

9.8

9.9

9.6

8.5

8.2

7.5

1959

1958

I
I
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

AH industries, total
Financial institutions
NonGnancial corporations
Manufacturing
Nondurable goods
Durable goods . . .
Transportation, communication, and
public utilities.
All other Industries..




II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

46.0

46.1

45.5

46.3

47.7

46.6

45.9

42.1

36.4

37.8

42.0

47.6

50.4

55.2

50.6

50.3

5.2

5.3

5.2

5.1

5.2

5.3

5.6

5.7

5.7

5.8

5.9

6.2

6.5

6.9

7.5

7.6
41?
24.2
12.4
11.9
7.2

40.8
25.6
12.3
13.3
5.9

40.9
24.8
12.1
12.8
5.9

40.3
23.1
11.6
11.5
5.9

41.1
24.6
11.5
13.2
5.8

42.5
26.0
11.2
14.7
6.0

41.3
24.9
11.0
13.9
5.8

40.2
23.9
10.6
13.3
5.9

36.4
21.2
10.1
11.1
5.5

30.7
17.0
9.0
8.0
5.2

32.0
17.1
9.1
8.0
5.7

36.1
19.5
10.4
9.1
6.1

41.4
23.1
11.3
11.8
6.5

43.9
26.0
12.2
13.8
6.9

48.3
29.5
13.0
16.5
7.1

43.1
25.0
13.0
12.0
6.9

9.4

10.1

11.4

10.7

10.5

10.6

10.5

9.7

8.4

9.2

10.5

11.8

11.0

11.6

11.1

11.3

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

H7

by Industry Division: Annually, 1929-65
[Millions of dollars]
1945

1948

1947

1946

1949

1950

1951

1952

1953

-G70

-6,968 - 7 , 3 7 0

-2,562

2,319 - 6 , 0 5 9

-1,526

-564

-5,263 -5,899 - 2 , 1 5 2
-70
-61
-75
-109
-42
-39
-3,041 -3,737 - 1 , 4 4 2
-366
-1,881 - 1 , 6 2 8
-151
-213
-144
-18
-35
-19
-72
-107
-64

1,856 - 4 , 9 6 5
31
-49
24
-72
1,107 - 3 , 1 8 3
567 - 1 , 4 5 0
59
-100
13
-20
55
-91

-1,199
-9
-12
-601
-470
-78
-5
-24

981
-11
-3
654
360
2
-4
-17

-997
-37
-8
-692
-193
-46
—4
-17

463 - 1 , 0 9 4
5
-6
23
-67
56
-149
379
-872

-327
0
-10
-4
-313

201
0
-4
24
181

1954

-2

-9

-106 - 1 , 7 0 5
-1
-13
-109
-40
-3
-221
-225
-22
-1,431 - 1 , 1 2 3
-80

-410
-12
-40
-36
-322

-Mg

1956

1957

1958

1959

-3,195 -1,839

-3U

-605

173

-19

269

-318 -1,736 -2,693 -1,539
0
-43
-19
-8
-14
-43
—16
3
-315 -1,348 -1,645
-949
-1
-151
-855
-557
-8
-47
-55
-34
4
39
2
16
-63
-64
4

-255
3
-12
-194
-44
-5

-465
-4
-26
-343
-41
-16

192
11
37
307
-202
-4

-52
1
5
-133
74
-2

-2

-20

23

2

252
9
7
154
67
-3
8
10

-56

-140

-19

33

17

-24
-23
-93

36
25
-80

5
1
26

6
-6
17

-168

-3
-413
-111
-22

1955

1,182 - 1 , 1 6 5

-367 -1,934

-49
0
-10
-7
-32

—1

-7
-10
-150

i

-198

-502

-300

o
-33
-34
-131

o
-14
-35
-453

Q

A

2
-15
-287

-11
-12
-33

11

1960

1961

1962

1963

1964

1965

-502

-475

-1,849

-468
5
-1
-478
9

-433 -1.475
-34
-15
-3
-16
-322
-719
-33
-681
-5
-7
—20
—21
-16
-16

0
1
-34
0
2
-26
-10

n

-42
0
-3
-11
-28

-374
0
-22
-40
-312

Division: Annually, 1929-65
[Millions of dollars]
1945

1946

1947

1948

1949

1950

1951

1952

1953

1954

1955

1956

1957

1958

1959

1960

1961

1962

1963

1961

1965

2,174

1.547

1,945

1,829

1,945

1,998

2,276

2,558

2,804

3,633

4.069

4,561

5,588

6,804

7,110

8,361

10,008

11,593

13,838

15,463

17,800

1

301
6
2

270
9
3

289
10
15

335
7
15

379
7
10

430
17
18

507
5
42

566
8
41

586
5
25

599
12
32

649
14
49

702
8
56

757
16
62

847
30
67

981
40
77

1,096
50
71

1.180
29
110

1,325
46
134

1,413
58
180

1,562
86
139

1,716
104
97

2
3
4

-33
8
-41

-127
-43
-84

-28
-4
-24

-14
23
-37

-14
42
-56

-135
13
-148

-92
30
-122

9
33
-24

11
23
-12

51
66
-15

-47
45
-92

9
43
-34

129
92
37

296
148
148

120
73
47

99
21
78

199
119
80

320
189
131

328
224
104

338
260
78

656
431
225

5
6
7

414
49
301

360
44
230

337
65
248

318
95
261

328
135
309

325
120
336

328
123
399

322
125
446

'323
123
499

331
142
595

366
145
625

339
152
679

374
196
784

431
235
918

432
258
983

452
289
1,076

531
321
1,168

532
357
1,269

593
384
1,318

670
403
1,378

736
420
1,459

8
9
10

-74
992
86

-71
611
89

-28
823
96

17
548
108

13
499
122

32
566
127

103
565
141

57
675
141

34
904
146

65
1,459
175

83
1,788
201

115
2,038
222

117
2,601
264

113
3,280
313

110
3,439
332

148
4,232
394

211
5,234
442

265
6,100
573

373
7,70i
702

527
8,564
857

630
9,969
985

11
12
13

130

129

118

139

157

162

155

168

148

172

196

241

288

274

338

454

583

672

785

939

1,028

14

Industry Groups: Annually, 1929-65, and Seasonally Adjusted Quarterly Totals at Annual Rates, 1946-65
[Billions of dollars]
1945

1946
——^—^-^.

1947

1948

1949

1950

W.2

19.3

25.6

33.0

30.8

1.7

2.1

2,6

3.2

1.3

1.7

1.7
.4
1.3

2.1

2.5

2.5

17.5
9.7
fi.2
4.5
2.7

17.2
9.0
6.6

2.4
1.8

23.9
13.6
7.8
5.8
2.2

30.4
17.6
10.0
7.5
3.0

27.6
16.2
8.1
8.1
3.0

34.5
20.9
8.9
12.0
4.0

5.1

6.4

8.2

9.9

8.4

9.5

1950

IV

40.0

43.4

36.9
22.8
9.1
13.6
4.4

40.1
25.3
10.3
15.0
4.6

39.1
24.3
10.4
13.9
4.3

8.7

9.3

9.8

10.3

10.6

10.3

48.6

46.1

46.1

45.6

41.1

51.7

49.9

50.3

55.7

58.9

66.6

74.2

2.8

5.0
1.0
3.9

5.2
1.1
4.1

5.5
1.1
4.4

5.9
1 3
4.6

7.1
1.7
5.5

7.7
1.7
6.0

7.7
2.0
5.7

8.1
2.0
6.1

7.8
1.6
6.2

8.4
1.7
6.7

8.9
1.8
7.1

39.1
24.6
11.4
13.2
4.6

35.8
21.6
9.9
11.7
4.9

35.0
22.0
10.1
11.9
5.0

33.2
19.9
9.4
10.5
4.7

41.9
26.0
11.8
14.3
5.6

40.9
24.7
11.9
12.8
5.9

40.2
24.0
10.7
13.3
5.8

35.2
19.3
10.0
9.3
5.9

44.6
26.3
12.7
13.6
7.0

42.2
24.4
12.4
12.0
7.5

42.6
23.3
11.9
11.4
7.9

47.6
26.6
12.5
14.1
8.5

51.2
28.8
13.0
15.8
9.5

58.2
32.4
14.5
17.9
10.4

65.3
37.8
15.7
22.1
11.1

9.9

9.3

8.0

8.6

10.2

10.4

10.3

10.0

11.3

10.2

11.4

12.4

12.9

15.4

16.4

7.8

II

3.6

3.7

3.8

41.1

3.9

III

38.7

38.1

42.1

7.6

7.6

43.8
25.1
12.6
12.5
7; 7

23.1
12.2
10.9
7.6

41.0

38.5
21.7
11.9
9.7
7.4

11.0

10.3

9.4

7.7

4.0

37.3
20.0
11.4
8.7
7.2
10.0




4.4

40.5

33.2

4.5

37.2
23.0
10.3
12.7
5.3

34.7
20.8
9.8
11.1
4.6

34.0
20.3
9.G
10.7
4.8

37.8
22.8
10.1
12.7
5.1

38.5
24.5
10.6
13.9
5.3

37.4
23.5
10.4
13.1
5.2

9.0

9.3

9.0

9.8

8.7

8.7

51.1

55.4

II

7.7

7.7

54.3
8.0

III

54.9

56.1

57.4

8.2

8.1

56.0
7.8

36.6

38.2

41.3

46.0

35.8
22.8
10.3

12.5
5.0
8.0

58.0
7.7

46.9

47.2

48.1

4.9

5.0

5.1

4.8

4.8

4.8

4.8

4.9

28.5
17.1
9.0
8.1
4.6

30.8
19.1
9.4
9.7
4.5

31.9
19.6
9.2
10.4
4.7

33.5
19.3
9.0
10.3
4.7

36.5
21.4
9.9
11.5
4.9

41.1
24.5
10.8
13.7
5.5

41.9

26.0
11.6
14.4
5.8

42.1
26.5
11.8
14.6
5.6

43.1
27.4
12.7
14.7
5.7

6.8

7.2

7.5

9.5

10.3

11.1

10.2

10.1

9.9

III

IV
76.9

1965

1964

60.3

61.4

in

iv

66.5

67.8

66.8

73.2

72.7

74.0

8.0

8.5

8.4

8.6

8.5

8.7

8.9

9.5

59.3
33.0
14.6
18.4
10.6

58.1
32.2
14.7
17.5
10.5

64.6
37.4
15.5
21.9
10.7

64.0 65.0
36.7 37.4
15.5 15.5
21.2 21.9
10.9 11.2

67.5
39.6
16.4
23.2
11.5

15.7

15.5

16.5

16.4

16.4

16.4

IV

7.7

IV

IV

4.7

III

IV

8.1

4.7

35.6

1963

1962

49.3

11.3

4.3

41.9

III

III

IV

39.7
24.7
11.5
13.1
5.1

IV

41.6
22.5
11.4
11.1
7.8

4.1

42.9

III

9.9

39.1
24.9
12.4
12.5
4.6

III

7.7

II

IV

1955

1954

1953

1952

II
45.0

1965

46.9

1961

51.6

1964

1963

4.8
1 0
3.7

9.5

IV

1962

38.0

38.8
24.6
11.4
13.3
4.6

III

1961

4.6
g
3.7

43.5

32.3
19.3
8.5
10.8
3.7

II

1960

39.6

42.8

1960

1959

4.1
g
3.3

42.4

28.6
16.5
7.8
8.7
3.3

3.4

1958

39.9

IV

3.1

3.3

1957

1956

3.6

III

35.5

3.2

1955

42.7

II
42.5

1954

3.2

3.2

45.fi
27-8
13.0
U.8
7.5

1953

37.7

31.7

7.7

1952

1951

III

53.3

1951

7.9

65.3

43.4
23.8
12.1
11.6
8.0

47.6
26.6
12.7
13.9
8.5

46.4
25.7
12.2
13.5
8.2

46.8
26.1
12.3
13.7
8.4

47.9
26.8
12.3
14.6
8.7

49.3
28.0
13.1
14.9
8.6

48.2
26.4
12.5
14.0

8.9

50.3
28.8
13.0
15.8
9.3

52.6
29.9
13.3
16.6
9.8

53.5
30.2
13.4
16.8
9.8

57.3
32.1
14.1
18.1
10.1

58.1
32.4
14.6
17.7
10.2

11.6

12.5

12.4

12.3

12.3

12.6

12.8

12.3

12.8

13.5

15.0

15.5

Line

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OP THE UNITED STATES

118

Table 6.13.—Corporate Profits Before
[Millions of dollars]
1929

Lino

1930

9,990

All Industrie*, total

6

Agriculture, forestry, and flshcricn.

^
1931

956

2,346

3,598

6,340

6,785

3,969

-71

-73

-46

-32

-33

6

16

3

-12

-29
-4

8
-2

16
0

4
-1

-10
-2

2
4

Farms
.......-.-Agricultural services, forestry, and fisheries.

1937

-2,309

-372

3,697

1936

1935

1934

1932

-44
»2

-68
-5

-64
-7

-29
-3

460

115

-143

-87

-39

151

165

309

503

Metal mining
Anthracite mining
Illttiriilnoiis and other soft coal mining..

251
10
13

41
13
-10

-35
-25

-48
-12
-30

16
-7
-26

54
0
14

78
-11
4

133
-5
7

240
-13
12

120
-12
-18

Crude petroleum and natural p a s —
Nontnetalllc mining and quarrying..

129
57

29
42

-98
8

10
-7

-20
-2

74

77
17

141
33

226
38

159
19

Mlnlntf

9

29

66

58

34

2,245

3,659

3,789

1,694

1,257

1,870

1,687

1,105

125
43

422
119
83

542
137
193

364
133
108

375
136
-11

34
32
54

35
68
94

35
73
120

104
160

31
126
137

16
46
87

227
-4
14

285
-47
11

303
26
25

393
184
48

390
340
31

299
124
22

31

51

46

27

1,789

2,102
71
31
143

13
11

134

103

8

-73

-33

4,898

1,692

-252

-1,180

952

2,272

950

215

17

1,009

Food and kindred products.,
Tobacco manufactures
Textile mill products

471
140
146

75
165

47
105
241

209
162
-159
-49
-7
73

102
171
-172

Apparel and other finished fabric products..
Paper and allied products
Printing, publishing, and allied industries..

377
155
-203
-25
50
152

-57
-9

Chemicals and allied products.Products of petroleum nnd conl.
Rubber products

412
636
26

278
225
-43

189
-164
-14

104
-10
-25

43

-16

-25

-29

Contract construction.
Manufacturing
Nondurable g o o d s . . .

Leather and leather products.

5
1,531
1,083

448

2,626

742

-467

-1,197

-57

Lumber and timber basic products
-Furniture and finished lumber products.
Stone, clay, and glass products

91
3S
148

-26
-39
58

-60
-21

-100
-77
-77

-14
-19
0

-8
45

73

50
35
154

Iron nnd steel and their Products, including ordnance..
Nonforrous metals and their products
Machinery, except electrical

793
212
495

218
49
180

-218
-15
-65

-371
-50
-204

59
-34

45
114
114

158
138
193

352
187
353

439
197
451

23
47
200

Electrical machinery
Transportation equipment, except automobilesAutomobiles and automobile equipment

205
65
462

90
27
161

20
-22

-35
-20
-192

66
-3
249

137
27

172
67
372

85
25
63

M iscellaneous manu facturing..

117

24

50

90

106

104

-162

-100

83

-259
0
17

-190
-24
17

-50
6
21

-68
-19
19

-256
-49
31

16
-6
68

29
-3

38
0
66

47
-2
80

17
-1
72

Durable goods

41

Transportation

-326

Railroads
Loral and highway passenger transportation
Highway freight transportation and warehousing.
Water transportation
Air transportation
Pipeline transportation

_

773
54
39
50

._

278
46
26
17
-19

Services allied to transportation

_

Electric, gas, and sanitary SCTTICCS

„

Insurance carriers
Insurance agents and combination offices.
Real estate
Services
Hotels and other lodging places
Personal services
_
Business services, n.e.c
Miscellaneous repair services and hand trades
Motion pictures
_
~~~~
Amusement and recreation, except motion pictures.-I™"~~I!"~~~

0

2

2

2

153

122

153

177

203

221

214

155

128
-6

146
7

167
10

185
18

201
20

199
15

247

395

347

415

542

490
478
12

283
20

252
-5

-4

414

328

-2

241
6

379
16

334
13

403
12

527
15

141

583

679

1,048

918

501

-211
-418

111
30

274
309

' 297
382

477
571

399
519

195
306

-66

-344

-135

383

503

659

-200

384

349
-17
-70

397
17

327
1

68

-329

291
1
-629

343
513

-11
69

-148
-181

1,420

441

-14

795
213
78

594
-187
-105

377
-225
-157

232
-58
-179

212
-107
-197

67
-9
-256

237
29

137
21
-19

140
19
-168

181
18
-394

426
13
-413

237
16
-399

170

116

-16

-154

-91

17
25
55

3
16
47

-16
3
17

-12
4

-23
-3
4

-15
4
24

4
59
1

3
51
-9

0
2

-1
-83
-30

-1
-40
-23

1
2

-20

Engineering and other professional services, n.e.c

Addenda: Financial institutions
Nonflnanclal corporations..

4
-2
24

S56

_
_

Wholesale trade
_
__
Retail trade and automobile services
_
Finance, insurance, and real estate
__„
Banking
Security and commodity brokers, dealers, and exchanges
Finance, n . c x

Rest of the world

-15
-2
30

483
24

Local utilities and public services, n.e.c
Wholesale and retail trade

5
-2

232

137

1,344
8,646

462
3,235

53
-179

0
-9
41

292

Utilities: electric and gas

5
-243
-280
4
7

507

Kadio broadcasting and television

62

-333
-7

247

Telephone, telegraph, and related services

-12
-11

-105
-159
6
14

4

Communication




-71
-28

17

-4
158
-530

-6
-34
196
-2,505

.

188
-24
-185

284
21
-136

-80

189
15
-318

362
16
-164

341
17
-102

26
- ! •

8
26
1
13
-5

54
-24
6
29

-18
9
29

39
2

29

0

-9
0
0

-2
346
610

60
311
2,035

423
16
-42

159

104

122

396
3,202

771
5,569

789
5,996

247
SOI
3,168

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

119

Tax by Industry: Annually, 1929-47
[Millions of dollarsi
1939

1940

1941

1943

1942

1945

1944

1947

1940

7,041

Mining....
Metal mining.._
Anthracite mining
Bituminous and other soft coal mining
Crude petroleum and natural gas
Nonmetallic mining and quarrying..
Contract construction.

21,535

25,130

24,107

19,722

24,589

52

73

104

96

93

145

18
-3

50
2

71
2

102
2

94
2

89
4

140
5

338

Farms

17,718

15

4
-1

Agricultural services, forestry, and fisheries-

10,013

3

All industries, total
Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries.

472

638

591

517

503

403

456

09
11
111

77
34
120

131

142
83

179
-13
10

236
6
40

267
15
76

293
IS
103

177
17
138

128
34

,

128
22
143

151
39

218
62

109
68

131
54

161
49

43

82

199

319

244

125

3,797

5,645

10,996

12,499

14,331

13,433

2,053

2,469

4,310

5,193

6,221

0,039

Food and kindred productsTobacco manufactures
Textile mill products

148
176

582
160
221

904
183
614

1,257
193
853

1,519
194
827

1,523
170
781

Apparel and other finished fabric productsPaper and allied products
Printing, publishing, and allied industries.,.

51
109
132

60
195
165

145
389
201

222
364
249

2G0
397
472

Chemicals and allied products
Products of petroleum and coal
Rubber products

514
242
63

647
329

1,018
593
160

662
183

Leather and leather products-

49

103

Manufacturing
Nondurable goods...

1,744

Durable goods

51
95
10,107
5,440

230
12,043
8,377

44

2,038
168
1,409
506
583
650

1,195
910
290

1,139
740
294

975
CO3
244

1,423
1,050

141

157

144

139

7,306

66

258
406
584

1,433
142
724
249
338
593

8,110

7,394

4,667

307
237

Lumber and timber basic products
Furniture and finished lumber products..
Stone, clay, and glass products

50
50
160

3,176
103
71
205

148
355

218
141
345

192
138
292

174
158
232

116
133
214

3,666
279
238
373

Iron and steel and their products, including ordnance...
Nonferrous metals and their products
Machinery, except electrical

321
152
326

645
220
673

1,630
382
1,395

2,050
362
1,597

2,131
482
1,473

1,814
417
1,287

1,108
259
852

1,062
389
716

Electrical machinery
Transportation equipment, except automobilesAutomobiles and automobile equipment

189
78
324

338
273
529

701
766
866

692
1,310

850
1,907

856
1,856

522
961
163

164
-30
121

336

328

298

94

119

234

255

317

302

2,100
1,595
184
72

2,899
2,298
286
67

2,356
1,791
253
62

105
34

34

88
41
63

58

60

Miscellaneous manufacturing..

157

Transportation

907

-17
-30
48

Water transportation
Air transportation

-.

Pipeline transportation

—

89
12
84

154
20
93

30

42
315

268

Services allied to transportation
__
Telephone, telegraph, and related services
Communication
Radio broadcasting and television
Electric, gas, and sanitary services

513
30
55

12

Highway freight transportation and warehousing-

77
8
33

50
8
86

Railroads
Local and highway passenger transportation

Utilities: electric and gas

333

281
34

249

58
52

103
160
104

78
34

120
-25

45

42
48
388

506

525
462
63

56
528
477
51

552

876
202
49

40

575
445
414
31

354

1,324

248
20

--•
-

-

__

Local utilities and public services, n.e.c
Wholesale and retail trade
Wholesale trade.
Retail trade and automobile services
-—
Rnance, insurance, and real estate
Banking
_
Security and'commodity brokers,"dealers^ and exchanges..
*mance, n.e.c
Insurance carriers
insurance agents and combination offices.
Real estate
__

257
28

571

716

843

919

994

945

922

557
14

699
17

824
19

900
19

970
24

921
24

901
21

330
58
1,126
1,104
22

2,267

2,684

3,161

3,291

5,714

1,206

3,426

929
392
537

525
681

1.057
1,210

1,126
1,558

1,267
1,894

1,295
1,996

1,305
2,121

2,488
3,226

1,338

1,567

2,733

1,076

2,022

916

1,925

671

1,147
38
121

1,398
26
186

i, n.e.c.
Miscellaneous repair services and hand trades
Motion pictures
Amusement and recreation, except motion pictures..
Engineering and other professional services, n.e.c....
Rest of the world.
Addenda: Financial institutions.




503
2
10

590
0
32

593
-4
171

781
14
119

372
17
-34

351
25
25

309
34
111

425
29
124

414
24
215

488
26
298

352
23
341

525
46
552

342

547

777

194

577

109

565

80

Hotels and other lodging places..

383
-2
-65

991
20
102

3
26
54

35
41
54

95
53
69

100
60
78

108
54
86

132
72
116

11
155
18

12
253
34

13
246
42

238

304
93

-16
11
37

-7
16
34

1
41
4

2
51

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OP THE UNITED STATES

120

Table 6.13.—Corporate Profits Before
[Millions of dollars]

35,188

All Industries, total
Agriculture, forestry. »"d

161

fisheries..

1954

1953

1952

1951

1950

1049

1948

1955

1956

28,941

42,634

43,930

38,922

40,627

33,281

43,607

121

175

153

69

42

76

47

52

1,451

1,170

1,001

1,117

1,422

1,512

48,825

1,505

1,031

1,490

Mctnl
Coal mining.

278
440

135
167

293
245

304
200

182
128

232
85

226
46

363
118

382
214

Crude petroleum and natural pas

650
137

601
128

786
166

763
184

696
164

524
160

659
186

709
232

688
228

Mining

Mining and quarrying o( nonmetalllc minerals..
586

544

574

573

607

523

559

501

740

19,007

15,054

24,115

25,187

20,995

22,714

20,205

27,378

26,327

9,852

7,341

10,824

11,262

9,147

10,006

9,428

11,806

12, ISO
1,906
411

Contract construction
Manufacturing
Nondurable) goods
Food and kindred products _
Tobacco manufactures

1,600
238

1,872
237

1,653
296

1,587
286

1,730
342

1,690

1,501
303

655
187

1,213
317

966
186

513
207

516
189

325
195

594
255

603
262

796
581

558
527

1,007
579

1,355
624

965

960
628

1,154
815

1359
850

1,549
2,904

1,525
1,816

2,589
2,350

2,782
2,760

2,147
2,297

2,198
2,930

2,204
2,694

2,912
3,092

2,864
3,313

240
140

158
98

442
168

522
118

382
133

382
120

301
130

463
162

462
150

9,155

Textile mill products

1,559
258

1,968
391

7,713

13,291

13,925

11,848

12,708

10,777

15,572

14,147

160
830

572
254
1,264

443
262
1,192

Apparel and other fabricated textile productsPaper and allied products
Printing, publishing, and allied Industries
Chemicals and allied products
Petroleum refining and related industries
,
Rubber and miscellaneous plastic products...,
Leather and leather products
Durable goods

578
174
549

320
134
521

704
244
857

581
217
883

420
203
700

355
167
336

Primary metal industries...
Fabricated metal products-

1,829
1,030

1,391
693

2,528
1,233

3,151
1,404

1,924
1,049

2,544
1,052

1,743

3,129
1,168

3,066
1,188

Machinery, except electrical..
Electrical machinery

1,654
864

1,270

1,886
1,413

2,516
1,402

2,314
1,486

2,065
1,472

1,723
1,248

1,973
1,268

2,447
1,307

Transportation equipment and ordnance, except motor vehicles.
Motor vehicles and motor vehicle equipment

271
1,635

228
2,028

419
3,272

453
2,512

2,413

840
2,676

2,094

4,222

914
2,416

209
362

175
258

301
434

400
401

389
314

410
291

434
289

478
375

524

1,665

1,132

2,001

1,979

1,851

1,655

1,519

1,491

44

761
60

747
57

Lumber and wood products, except furniture
Furniture and fixtures
Stone, clay, and glass products

Instruments
Miscellaneous manufacturing industries
Transports Ion
,

1,155

647
46

1,283
56

1,160
82

1,165
79

1,000
65

Motor freight transportation and warehousing*..
Water transportation

183
133

168
135

254
143

207
233

195
136

208
117

196
64

241
137

197
187

1
64

23

85
127

116
130

90
126

97
114

120
120

133
113

131

62

74

79

1,221

1,318

1,706

1,832

1,132

1,222
96

1,548

1,664

Railroad transportation
Local, suburban, and highway passenger

Air transportation
Pipeline transportation..
Transportation services..
Communication

49

45

53

429

455

725

386
43

424
31

1,153

1,309

Wholesale and retail trade

5,854

3,977

60

673

Electric* ga*. and sanitary services..

61

Telephone and telegraph
Radio broadcasting and television.

Wholesale trade.
Retail trade
Finance, Insurance, and real estate

951

1,054

54

82
52
1,803

2,047

2,162

2,366

1,528

158

168

2,566

2,700

5,209

5,W7

5,512

2,385
3,469

1,511
2,466

6,409
2,870
3,539

3,363

3,918

4,070

4,486

4,042

3,834

2,711
2,801

1,925
2,561

1,724
2,318

1>551
2,283

2,320

4,929

5,533

5,777

6,006

6,235

4,529

3,248

1,529
324

1,606
391

1,779

2,206
704

2,292
795

2,485
887

2,485
844

2,727
1,022

Security and commodity brokers
Insurance carriers

5
704

17
1,102

23
778

8
744

21
997

23
1,244

60
1,404

40
1,249

Insurance agents, brokers, and service..
Real estate

63
733

55
747

60
837

64
803

69
755

70
829

72
912

899

Banking
Credit agencies, holding and other investment companies..

Service*

32
863

69

629

568

563

625

615

594

619

122
71

105
70

100
65

100
70

107
70

85
72

79
73

Miscellaneous business services
Automobile repair, automobile services, and garages*.

133
22

137
16

167
24

196
28

183
30

199
30

205
22

73
82
240
30

Miscellaneous repair services
Motion pictures

13
142

10
128

8
112

11
101

84

3
80

-10
136

124

60
61

44

23
64

37
82

50
84

42
83

34
80

31
93

984

1,162

1,099

1,135

1,422

1,579

3,631
40,299

4,069
34,853

4,605
36,022

4,767
33,514

776

674

Hotels and other lodging places.
Personal services.

Amusement and recreation services, except motion picturesMiscellaneous professional services
Rest of the world.
Addenda: Financial Institutions
Nonfinancial corporations.




58
836
2,594
32,594

832
3,163
25,778

3,184
39,450

101
296
30

37
124
1,813
5,183

«7
43:627

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

121

Tax by Industry: Annually, 1948-65
•

.

Line

[Millions of (HtarsJ
1957

AH Industries, total

_._

Agriculture, forestry, a n d

1959

1960

1961

1962

1963

1964

47,177

Mininif

_

„_

__
_.

52,141

49,712

50,349

55,408

68

34

65

81

138

1,279

997

818

983

1,099

947

1,199

154
139

22
82

144
83

198
121

115
05

577
137

573

647
133

572
165

GOO
241

Crude petroleum a n d n a t u r a l gas
Mining and quarrying of nonmetallic minerals

___

183

829

Paper and allied products
Printing, publishing, a n d allied industries, _

12,690

2,082
521

2,334
570

12,270
2,299
593

421
238

751
311

1,067

916

2,846
2,773
405
150

Food and kindred products
Tobacco manufactures
Textile mill products
Apparel and other fabricated textile products

9,906

493
216

Nondurable goods

26,603

1,852
443

Manufacturing _._

664

19,542

11,133

_

747

24,994

Contract construction

__

Rubber and miscellaneous plastic p r o d u c t s . - .
Leather and leather products

_

G
O

67,026

75,676

110

119

1,063

1,286

813

853

1,175

1,268

23,448

26,4S5

29,312

32,737

38,508

12,043

12,418

13,268

14,396

15,983

2,340
646

2,338
637

2,832
671

659
320

587
368

701
428

720
444

1,152

1,040
985

1,015

1,009
993

944
940

2,445
2,043

3,377
2,565

3,120
2,685

3,134
2,454

3,181
2,477

3,497
2,545

419
131

526
163

426
143

466
130

497
157

493

13,913

11,856

11,405

14,067

18,341

22,525

1,720

2,061

4,029

4,214

13,861

Durable goods

59,401

627

_

Chemicals and allied products
Petroleum refining and related industries

1065

165
133

569
135

.

41,372

44

223
194

fisheries...

Metal mining
Coalmining

1958

516
24,126

176
16,044

276
.222
1,055

374
157
995

527
211
1,266

316
171
1,020

305
185
959

370
235
937

2,910
1,172

1,887
930

2,375
1,034

2,053

1,635
1,034

1,562
1,119

485
273
1,062
2,009
1,214

—

2,206
1,516

1,489
1,308

2,189
1,765

1,814
1,299

1,852
1,331

2,297
1,479

2,424
1,581

Transportation equipment and ordnance, except motor vehicles.
Motor vehicles a n d m o t o r vehicle e q u i p m e n t , -

1,028
2,647

770
934

2,913

409
2,987

539
2,526

894
4,029

939
4,913

480
349

470
322

654
401

603
324

443

697
439

781
363

1,177

878

1,162

901

980

1,042

1,399

Lumber and wood products, except furniture
Furniture and fixtures
Stone, clay, a n d glass products
_
Primary metal industries
_
Fabricated metal products
Machinery, except electrical
Electrical m a c h i n e r y . .

Instruments
Miscellaneous manufacturing industries

-

—
-

_

—

Transportation

616
57

Air transportation

.

-

_-

451
105

312
106

364
103

296
99

197
61

301
69

203
80

290

357
85

321
131

-13
133

Motor freight transportation and warehousing
Water transportation

347
65

211
94

Railroad transportation
Local, suburban, a n d highway passenger

486

12
136

12
165

-44
162

-105
15S

-5
146

108
203

Pipeline transportation
79

60

82

77

64

61

1.976

2,301

2,765

2,964

3,174

3,533

3,830

1,813
163

2,129
172

2,645
220

2,707

2,956
218

3,231
302

3,504
326

2,670

2,706

3,157

3,760

3,885

4,239

4,651

4,848

4,666

5,900

5,252

5,968

6,169

7,521

8,362

2,343

2,078
2,588

2,670
3,230

4,954
2,254
2,700

2,410
2,842

2,563
3,405

2,680
3,489

6,517

7,011

8,321

8,816

8,774

9,240

8,857

9,728

10,369

4,617
1,986

1,251

1,439

Transportation services
Communication
Telephone and telegraph
Radio broadcasting a n d television

-

Electric, gas, a n d sanitary services

—

Wholesale and retail t r a d e . . .

-

5,011

-

Wholesale trade
i
Retail trade
~_"
Finance, insurance, a n d real estate
Banking
Credit agencies," holding a n d other investment companies

3,609
1,247

---.

•
-

Miscellaneous business services
Automobile repair, automobile services, and garages
Miscellaneous repair services
Motion p i c t u r e s -

Miscellaneous professional services




4,635
1,511

4,190
1,746

65
1,170

107
1,517

106
1,587

178
1,722

79
1,763

111
1,317

129
995

134
843

116
822

141
S10

158

915
722

883

833

791

936

78
110

46
113

51
124

24
123

-1
119

-22
120

-22
145

352
14

346
33

409
64

413
49

405
59

406
62

427
63

-16
57

15
50

23
35

28
6

23
20

51
126

73
146

65
144

54
139

44
147

44
236

1,734

1,809

1,880

2,321

2,566

2,547

3,041

3,202

7,694
42,018

7,708
42,641

8,103
47,305

7,779
51,622

8,383
58,643

8,910
66,766

55

Amusement a n d recreation services, except motion pictures

Addenda: Financial institutions
Nonfinancial corporations

•
-

4,130
1,443

794

Services

3,552
1,211

4,367
2,080

708

-

Insurance agents, brokers, a n d service
Real estate

***** of the world

3,624

94
823

Security a n d commodity brokers
Insurance carriers

Hotels and other lodging places
Personal services
„

257

_
_

47
129

5,471
41,706

5,916
35,456

7,111
45,030

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

122

Table 6.14.—Federal and State Corporate Profits
[Millions of dollars]
1929

Lino

1930

1936

1935

1934

1933

1932

1937

521

951

1,409

1,502

1,023

4

6

9

8

5

2
0

1

1

744

2

385

498

3

6

Agriculture, for entry , » n d fisheries.

1931

842

1,369

AHInd untried total

_ _ _ _

4
0

6
0

9
0

7
1

5
1

3
0

47

20

10

23

23

40

62

Metal mining
Anthracite mining
Hitutnlnous and other soft coat mining..

23
2
5

3
2
3

1
0
1

3
1
1

7
1
4

9
0

17
1
4

36
0
4

17
0
2

Orudo petroleum and natural g a s . . .
NonmctalHc minims and quarrying.

10
7

7
5

4
2

3

8
3

7
3

13
5

16
6

12
4

19

18

4

Farms
.........
Agricultural services, forestry, and fisheries.
Mining.

Contract construction.

2

5

618

Nondurable- poods...

373

206

13

1
6

13

484

720

78
6

447

211

132

290

Manufacturing

9

329

285

357

328

260

121
18
25

105
22
44

25
16

14
24

4

205

142

111

255
189

60
21
10

48
22
7

32
26
5

71
17
20

Apparel and other finished fabric products.
Paper mid allied products
Printing, publishing, and allied Industries..

3
10
24

2
6
17

2
3
11

6
15
21

10
24
34

Chemicals and allied products
Products of petroleum and coal
Rubber products

42
28
2

31
3
2

24
5
0

48

77
22
10

5

4

3

7

61
17
31

Food and kindred products..
Tobacco manuf actures
Textile mill products

Leather and leather products.

10

63
16
5
5

21

118

199

363

440

0
1
2

2
3
11

3
4
16

7
10
30

10
8
31

i
7
17

40
11
36

3
5
5

18
19
26

35
23

73
36
73

103
42
101

28
12
45

29
9
;49

16
6
29

1
1

4
2
21

12
2
48

27
7
76

34
14
74

13
10
32

12

12

18

24

23

14

19

72

76

59
22
6
5
7
1
13

168

20

Lumber and timber basic products
Furniture and finished lumber products.
Stone, clay, and glass products

3
2
13

Iron and steel and their products, including ordnance..
No n ferrous metals and their products
Machinery, oxcept electrical
Electrical machinery
Transportation equipment, except automobiles.
Automobiles and automobile- equipment

64
0
2

-1

Miscellaneous manufacturing.

4

Transportation....

135

73

27

52

49

27

Railroads
I/ocal and highway passenger transportation
Highway freight transportation and warehousing..

105
6
4

.

20
6
3

21
6
3

35
8
3

36
6
3

3

7
0
10

8
0
11

10
0
13

1
3
1
14

3

3

3

3

5

2

52
5

48

13
4
2

12

2
1

7
0
9

Services allied to transportation

3

4

2

39

22

27

30

40

29
1

22
0

26
1

28
2

37
3

40
4

45

32
1

57

74

84

14
0

65

68

101

58

68

56
2

63
2

55
2

71
3

65
3

81
3

101
3

58

78

120

137

201

41

208

138

124

Radio broadcasting and television

33

7

Telephone, telegraph, and related services

4
4

37

Communication

I'

Electric, gas, and sanitary services
Utilities: electric and gas
Local utilities and public services, n.c.c

52
72

Wholesale trade
Retail trade and automobile services

2fl
48

17
41

15
26

34
44

60
60

64
73

110

88
113

52
86

151

82

68

57

97

125

196

192

154

282

Wholesale and retail trade

15
2
66

30

66
41

Finance, Insurance, and real estate
Hanking
Security and commodity brokers, dealers, and exchanges
Insurance carriers
Insurancen.e.c
Finance, agents and combination offices..
Real estate

71
38
62

34
27

11
2
10

5
2
9

3
4
12

5
3
31

8
7
47

19
11
97

14
2
100

22
3
34

21
3
28

12
2
24

21
3
34

23
3
37

22
3
44

24
3
49

16

17

27

1
1
6

1
2
8

2
2
9

0
5
2

28

Hotels and other lodging places..
Personal services
Business services, n.e.c

1
10

1
10

58
893

81
1,328

37

31

1
1

Serrlces

Miscellaneous repair services and hand trades
Motion pictures
_
Amusement and recreation, except motion pictures..
66

76

187

328

Durable poods

Water transportation
Air transportation
Pipeline transportation

2

0
11
3

Engineering and other professional services, n.e.c
Addenda: Financial institutions
Non financial corpora lions




_
•

2
1,15

45
453

37
348

31
490

48
696

72
1,430

8T
94:

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

123

Tax Liability by Industry: Annually, 1929-47
__.

[Millions of dollars]
1939

All Industries, total
Agriculture, forestry, and

1941

1942

1945

1940

1947

Mining

Metal mining..-.
_
_.
Anthracite mining
__
Bituminous and other soft coal mining
Crude petroleum and natural gas

Manufacturing

12,949

10,689

9,104

62

56

61

58

9
1

22
1

37
2

59
3

54
2

58
3

55
3

74

150

199

159

12S

108

118

42
1
8

75
2
21

106
4
36

55
4
51

34
6
40

25
4
38

23
9
32

12

14
9

30
22

21
32

26
23

18
21

10

28
20

5

Nonmetallic mining and quarrying
...

14,074

39

23
0
3

_.

11,415

23

43

__

7,610

10

6
1

-

2,834

7

Agricultural services, forestry, and fisheries..

192

155

74

5,244

7,301

8,667

7,776

652

1,720

2,701

3,408

3,326

147
40
64

329
69
266

647
93
526

100
528

901
86
493

10
24
29

14
59
46

54
183
76

122
210
124

153
242
268

152
247
352

841
65
456
141
203
309

102
20
12

204
50
16

141

603
214
84

702
293
201

683
130
200

584
91
167

741

__

384
112
26
40

Apparel and other finished fabric products...
Paper and allied products
Printing, publishing, and allied industries...
Chemicals and allied products
Products of petroleum and coal
Rubber products

_.

Leather and leather products.

26

69

59
5,903
2,997

4,745
3,089
807
G8
567
223
251
503
202
126

78

93

82

80

93

4,600

5,199

4,450

2,906

1,656

100
79
181

89
138

54
74
122

101
92
140

851
199
744

108
78
209
1,302
222
1,038

1,351
284
972

1,103
236
80S

750
138
543

426
141
338

392
452
468

450
833
204

560
1,274

526
1,135

353
007
121

117
63
74

108

12

Durable goods

156

35

357

1,075

7
12
31

22
21
63

3,524
77
63
170

Iron and steel and their products, including ordnance..
Nonferrous metals and their products
—
Machinery, except electrical..

204
76
235

Electrical machinery
Transportation equipment, except automobiles..
Automobiles and automobile equipment

116
104
196

Lumber and timber basic products
Furniture and finished lumber products..
Stone, clay, and glass products

Miscellaneous manufacturing
Transportation

151

195
166

144

164

1,415

812

346

203

330
149
22
19

Highway freight transportation and warehousingWater transportation....
Air transportation

705
104
35

1,685
1,348
171
35

1,106
159
31

560
127
25

151
68
34

80
9
33

Railroads....
Local and highway passenger transportation

72
16
26

58
16
27

50
8
29

43
13

51
6

30

32

18

Pipeline transportation

20

16

24

20

330
290
40

160
137
23

76

125

24S

305

347

54

68
8

110
15

231
17

274
31

303
44

114

185

307

421

476

453

460

425

465

442
11

450
10

416
9

1,960

2,118

733
1,227

946
1,172

Services allied to transportation.
Telephone, telegraph, and related services..
Communication.
Kaaio broadcasting and television
Electric, gas, and sanitary serrlces
Utilities: electric and gas

22

1,727

14

_

Nondurable kindred productsFood and goods
Tobacco manufactures
Textile mill products

—
_

J^ocal utilities and public services, n.e.c—
Wholesale and retail trade..

111
3

180
5

300
7

413
8

195

329

926

1,446

11
1,812

733
1,155

Insurance carriers
e n t S

^Combination offices^

Services

ces, n.e.c
\ffftf U a n l e o u s r e P a i r services and hand trades
potion pictures
amusement and recreation, except motion pictures...
Engineering and other professional services, n.e.c




SI
114

142
187

451
475

623
823

149

212

336

401

745
1,067
445

509

674

751

17
2
62

25
4
101

57
3
159

64
2
118

128
9
74

220
7
73

321
18

344
13
105

26
4

22
7
53

27
12
78

104
15

119
12
103

80
12
117

67
11
169

54
15
220

44

Wholesale trade
Retail trade and automobTle'services"""
Finance, insurance, and real estate
Banking
Security and commodity brokers,"dealers," and exchanges .
Finance, n.e.c

iS

1944

1943

1,441
fisheries..

Farms

Contract construction

1940

81

180

308

303

322

297

4
5
12

22
18
26

48
24
34

48
26
39

55
24
45

49
24
44

1
14
5

6
77
12

149
23

138
28

3
139
44

2
127
38

22
455
10,234

472 ,
8,632

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

124

Table 6.14.—Federal and State Corporate Profits
[M illlons of dollars]
1048

Lino

1949

_ _ _ _
1950

1951

1956

19,366

20,266

17,728

85

57

56

51

375

398

324

22S

376

38
52

78

123
61

79
36

95
31

167
32

100
42

137
62

145
69

155
54

45
57

10,408

73
375

232

Metal mining.
Coal m i n i n g . . .

78
133

Crude t>ctroletini and natural gas
Mining and q u e r y i n g of nonmetallic minerals..

119
45

17,770

62

Mining

1955

22,335

12,518

All Industrie*. toUl
Agriculture, forestry, and Hitherto*.

1954

1953

1952

21,616
43

105
63

102
75

221

Manufacturing

212

249

289

302

270

7, MI

Con (met construction..

5,699

10,825

14,218

11,429

12,322

9,777

12,925

235

3,474

2,005

4,498

5,949

4,562

4,812

4,106

5,040

Food and kindred products..
Tobacco manufactures

674
96

643
103

840
137

885
173

886
168

941
204

894
174

1,007
207

Textile mill products
,
Apparel and other fabricate*! textile products..

59fi
129

281
90

539
129

525
98

303
99

306
99

226

310
115

Paper and allied products
Printing, publishing, and allied Industries.

309
230

222
208

461
257

822
330

549
333

532
349

479
325

580
405

Chemicals and allied products
,
Petroleum refining and related industries
Hubbcr and miscellaneous p'astlc products

621
653

621
326

1,276
574

1,743
957

1,296
625

1,338
742

1,160
518

1,493

100
61

67
44

216
69

345
71

236
67

236
65

167
65

246
78

3,567

3,094

6,327

8,269

6,867

7,510

5,671

7,885

207
73
214

113
57
201

279
111
406

241
122
506

167
112
387

139
95
457

148
92
428

205
125
609

679
406

524
290

1,193
570

1,907
810

1,022
581

1,378
593

877
493

1,529
583

659
333

523
278

881

1,517
872

1,235
917

929
658

1,035

911

115
649

95
823

190
1,666

270
1,564

410
1,482

553
1,729

466
1,196

459
2,240

84
148

71
114

143
197

245
215

233

250
164

229
155

247
187

1,028

910

601

815

542
43

268
29

438
32

100
72

93
54

110
72

56

71
54

Nondurable Roods...

Leather nnd leather products
Durable goods
Lumber and wood products, except furniture..
Furniture and fixtures
Stone, clay, and glass products
Primary metal industries
Fabricated metal products
Machinery, except electrical
Electrical machinery
Transportation equipment and ordnance, except motor vehicles.
Motor vehicles and motor vehicle equipment
Instruments
Miscellaneous manufacturing industries
Transportation

685

568
30

44

61
61

102
74

97
127

5

Air transportation

894

271
28

64
65

Motor freight transportation and warehousing..
Water transportation

475

466
38

Kallroad transportation
Local, suburban, and highway passenger

10
25

39
57

71

Pipeline transportation

26

Transportation services

21

Communication

186
168
18

Telephone and telegraph
Radio broadcasting and television

441

Electric, g u , and sanitary services

2,224

172
1,005
614
48
93
58
71

59

19

24

31

33

31

32

38

197

319

531

589

678

707

896

182
15

296
23

487
44

543

623
55

646
61

811

1,114

1,191

2,080

1,977

889
1,191

808
1,169

2,407
1,061
1,346

501

644

46
909
1,048

8o
1,286

Security and commodity brokers
Insurance carriers
Insurance agents, brokers, and service
Real estate
Service*..

941

1,430
1,338

2,219
962
1,257

1*228

1,473

1,794

2,075

2,291

2,524

2,295

453
146

522
152

637
251

845
310

1,009

1,121
340

1,212
357

1,007

8
258

11
231

9
251

16
331

14
412

24
477

25
473

23
270

Banking
Credit agencies, holding and other invcstmcnVcompanies.*

2,768

1,215
1,451

117

Finance, insurance, and real estate

2,666

1,015

Kctail trade

1,567

934
1,290

Wholesale and retail trade
Wholesale trade.

19
269

21
322

28
351

355

30
374

32
422

28
400

257

235

237

315

Hotels and other lodging placesPersonal services
_

318

317

336

47
25

41
25

42
23

50
29

50
30

47
33

Miscellaneous business services

46
32

53

54

96

Automobile repair, automobile services, and garages
Miscellaneous repair services
*'

93

100

100

10
5

8
5

10
6

13

15

15
8

12
5

72
28

62
25

49
23

56
33

51
38

45
37

67
40

18

29

34

34

32

890
9,518

1,042
16,728

1,317
21,018

1,592
17,774

1,804
18,462

1,982
15,746

Mot ion pictures
Amusement and recreation services, cxceprmotVonpicVures.V."I!
Miscellaneous professional services

17

Addenda: Financial institutions
Non financial corporations

656
11,862




l"""V.l

117

1,788
19,828

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

125

Tax Liability by Industry: Annually, 1948-65
[Millions of dollars]
1957

Line

All Industries, total.

1958

1959

1960

1901

1962

1903

1904

21,202

Metal mining.
Coal m i n i n g Crude petroleum and natural gas
Mining and quarrying of nonmetallic minerals...

23,032

23,104

24,179

26,321

28,359

44

53

66

73

84

87

91

219

211

228

257

215

289

281

368

52
33

51
26

79
23

81
29

57

72
34

114

Mining-....

23,679

57

98
54

fisheries.

19,045

38
315

Agriculture, forestry,, and

69
65

89
45

102
45

80
53

115

352

321

335

368

49

Contract construction

379

12,617

11,495

11,402

12,239

4,248

5,523

5,193

5,280

5,200

1,060
276

1,209
304

1,183
313

1,222

3«

1,170
335

6,705
1,295
353

222
112

360
143

342
145

304
173

340
101

532
431

469
384

574
470

511
470

406
467

474
485

1,273
166

1,771
329

1,619
308

1,063
278

1,662
220

221
65

283
80

230
72

259
73

242
75

4,995

7,094

6,302

6,122

7,039

7,985

116
482

124
90
433

171
120
583

106
490

HI
472

107
120
441

1,395
592

933
490

1,163

986
464

555

692
551

857
679

1,171
913

1,023
742

1,041
783

1,178
823

1,273
8G3

522
1,416

400
567

341
1,522

295
1,604

328
1,356

422
2,122

470
2,669

250
167

340
202

327
166

323
190

371
206

394
203

698

562

710

606

666

561

678

355
33

271
37

312
53

236
47

233
49

184
48

249
43

104
90

98
50

141
61

116

134
60

140
54

133
70

19
64

„

Railroad transportation
Local, suburban, and highway passenger
Motor freight transportation and warehousing.. _
Water transportation.

33

17

61
94

82

28
71

82

1,773

1,938

1,613

1,747
191

Air transportation
Pipeline transportation

23

Transportation services

1,068

•

1,129
99

1,457
1,340
117

1,331

Telephone and t e l e g r a p h . . Kadlo broadcasting and television

1,228

28

973
95

Communication

1,370

1,574

2.457

Electric, gas, and sanitary services

2,252

2,740

32

1,469
129

13,690

28
1,678
1,561
117
1,896

1,765
2,370

160
1,925

1,129
1,241

2,586
1,195
1,391

1,950

1,943

1,990

2,087

2,068

2,663

2,933

3,288

I-I—IIIIIIIIIZIIII-IIIII

4,760

4,425

Security and commodity brokers
insurance carriers
Insurance agents, brokers, and service.
Real estate
Services

579

639

4,076
24,283

3,708
27,475

2,813

3,358

3,530

4,094

3,923

3,933

4,076

1,581
402

1,810
417

1,762
427

2,346
465

2,059
484

2,022
520

2,065

38
601

61
742

56
717

100
760

57
801

70
812

39
385

Banking
Credit agencies^liofduig'andother'investment companies...

1,228
1,512

25
381

•

987
1,265

2,423
1,083
1,340

39
453

51
487

52

56
464

55
478

56
434

423

Wholesale trade.
Finance, insurance, and real estate

697

41

1,133
1,324

Wholesale and retail trade

10,414

881
538

1,178

8,fi77

132
134
478

253
181

Primary metal industries
Fabricated metal products^
Machinery, except electrical
_
Electrical machinery
Transportation equipment and ordnance, except motor vehiclesMotor vehicles and motor vehicle equipment

0,713

250
82

7,039

Lumber and wood products, except furnitureFurniture and fixtures
Stone, clay, and glass products

5,982

1,842
353

222
71

426
17,127

441
534

1,482

426
14,559

355
200

4,641
973
235

Textile mill products
Apparel and other fabricated textile products..
Paper and allied products.
Printing, publishing, and allied industries
Chemicals and allied products
Petroleum refining and related industries
Rubber and miscellaneous plastic products
Leather and leather products
Durable goods

31,183

08
367

9,243

11,680

Nondurable goods
Food and kindred products..
Tobacco manufactures

Instruments
Miscellaneous manufacturing industries
Transportation

292

255
102

Manufacturing

RetaUtrade

1905

404

475

511

506

549

31
51

458

1,187
1,476

478

46
46

36
48

42
60

37

34
43

164

163

183

51

199

219

223

Automobile rf pair, automobile services, and garages..
Miscellaneous repair services

16
17

23

35
7

192

31
9

39

Motion pictures

37

44
55

72
62

57
59

63
62

Amusement and recreation services, except motion pictures

47

35
48

31
49
54

33
8

54

58

50

45

Miscellaneous professional services

Hotels and other lodging places
Personal services
Miscellaneous business services

Addenda: Financial Institutions
Nonfinancial corporations




--

2,313
18,889

2,786
16,259

2,909
20,770

3,498
19,534

55

49

86

3,319
19,785

3,298
20,881

3,445
22,879

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

126

Table 6.15.—Corporate Profits After
[Millions of dollars]
1930

1929

1936

1937

1938

8,621

All Industrie*, total
Agriculture, forestry, a n d

1935

1934

1931

fisheries..

AsrlcuitTifnl serVlccM°rat7y, and fisheries.
Mining

-

Metal mining
Anthracite mining
Bituminous &n(i other soft coal mining..
Crudo petroleum and natural g a s . . .
Nonmetallic mining and quarrying.
Contract construction..

2,855

-870

-2,694

435

1,602

2,647

4,931

5,283

2,940

0

-49

-74

-72

-34

-37

0

7

-5

-17

-3
3

-47
-2

-69
-5

-65

-31
-3

-33
-4

2
-2

7
0

-3
-2

-15
-2

-149

-95

-49

128

142

269

441

233

13
-8
-27

47
-1
10

69
-11
0

116
-6
3

204
-13
8

103
-12
-20

70
14

128
28

210
32

147
15

413
228
8
8

38
11
-13

-36
6
-26

-49
-12
-31

119

22
37

-98
5

6
-9

-23

66
6

-77

-37

0

20

53

42

21

2,939

3,021

1,247

50
115

Manufacturing

4,280

Nondurable g o o d s . . .

85
1,319

-458

-1,312

697

1,202

1,761

745

73

-94

820

872

972

1,513

1,359

845

301
101
58

437
115
149

282
111
75

111
-27

1,982
410
123
115

317
134
-213

161
140
-166

70
145
-177

307
63
134

367
108
23

Apparel and other finished fabric products..
Papor and allied products
Printing, publishing, and allied industries..

39
89
208

-28
40
128

-51
-13
56

-60
-60
-20

28
23
41

29
53
73

29
56
95

48
80
126

25
93
104

10
32
63

Chemicals and allied products
Products of petroleum and coal
Rubber products

359
582

236
197
-45

158
-167
-16

80
-15
-25

189
-12

237
-51

250
20
20

321
162

314
304
25

236
108
17

12

9

-21

-29

-32

35

24

-531

-1,218

2,298
82
30
128

574

-99
-62
-27

-100
-78
-79

-123
-15
-22

330

-29
-41
45

Iron and steel and their products, including ordnance..,
Nonferrous metals and their products
Machinery, except electrical

187
432

178
38
144

-223
-21
-78

-374
-55
-209

-100
49
-44

Electrical machinery
Transportation equipment, except automobiles.
Automobiles and automobile equipment

176
56
413

74
21
132

17
-23
21

-36
-21
-191

-14
-12
43

12

-36

-75

Food and kindred p r o d u c t s Tobacco manufactures
•
Textile mill products
...

Leather and leather products.
Durable goods
Lumber and timber basic products
Furniture and finished lumber products.
Stone, clay, and glass products

19
38

Miscellaneous manufacturing*
Transportation

869

Railroads.,-Local and highway passenger transportation
Highway freight transportation and warehousing.
Water transportation.. Air transportation
Pipeline transportation.

43
-6
77

Services allied to transportation.
Communication

Radio broadcasting a n d television
Electric, g a s , a n d sanitary services
Utilities; electric and gas
Local utilities and public services, n.e.c
-

Wholesale trade
Retail trade and automobile services
Finance, insurance, a n d real estate
Banking
Security a n d c o m m o d i t y brokers, dealers, a n d exchanges.
Finance, n.e.c
Insurance carriers
Insurance agents and combination offices.
Real estate
Scrrices
Hotels and other lodging places.
Personal services
Business services, n.e.c
Miscellaneous repair services and hand trades
Motion pictures

1,426
43
25
124

14
3
57

21

61
23
117

9
4
52

155
350

-5
35
155

138
53
298

67
15
31

123
115
155

279
151

-13
2
78

54
-5
201

110
20
312

38

72

81
-18

347

-139

-353

-270

-211

-152

226
41

-177

-346
-11

-292

-279
-6
14

-211
-30
14

-85
-2
18

-104
-25
16

9
-6

21
-3
58

28
0
53

34
-3
66

12
12
-19
62

-9
36

-1'
-3
27

21

4

58
-1

-278

-55
26

2

-1

-1

-2

147

163

177

166

139
8

148
15

161
16

154
12

21

195

123

100

217
•—'5

200

126

106
—6

126
120
6

436

346

27<

227

190

321

279

331

438

332
14

27!

228

186

308
13

269
10

322
9

426
12

9

264
246
18

732

-19

291
441

-40
21

-165
-222

-226
-444

1,138

290

-96

-268

-387

463

542

840

717

363

77
-1

214
249

233

379
461

311
406

143
220

-123

-441

-260

187

311

-670

729
172
8

560
-196
-132

366
-227
-167

227
-60
-188

62
-12
-287

180
-31
-232

265
10
-233

370
-59 !
-180

199
24
6

109
17
-68

11
16
-202

16C
1
-422

216
13
-433

166
12
-355

340
13
-208

317
14
-151

-27

-163

-9

142
15
23
46
49

Amusement and recreation, except motion pictures"

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-19
7
21

1
8

1
19
-1

-7
-2
-2

232
1,129
7,492

60
364
2,49

IK
-98;

1
23

159
-2,853

3
120

263
1,339

159
338
2,309

505
334
-19
-136
393
12
-79

37
-19
10
22

1
-2
-11

1
4:
-l

27

-16
3
18

-1'

Engineering and other professional services, n . e . c . . .




-8
-11
34
27
95

37

415
21

Telephone, telegraph, and related services

Wholesale a n d retail trade

43
35

38

42

-1
104
690
4,241

1
-1
122
717
4,566

-26
3
21
1
28
-1

-2
247

714
2,226

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

127

Tax by Industry: Annually, 1929-47
[Millions of dollars]
1939

Line
AH industries, total

1940

1942

1941

1944

1943

194G

1945

1947

_..

5,600

7,179

10,108

10,120

Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries.

-4

5

29

34

42

40

32

87

-2
-2

9
-4

28
1

34
0

43
-1

40
0

31
1

85
2

295

398

488

392

358

375

295

156
»13
7

194
5
32

192
13
55

187
14
67

122
13
87

94
16
94

74
7
73

54
25
88

116

137
30

188
40

88
36

105
31

143

112
29

114

56

111

127

3,918

5,752

5,198

5,664

1,817

2,590

2,492

2,753

435
120
157

575
114
348

610
100
327

631
94
299

41
85
103

46
136
119

91
206
125

100
154
125

107
155
204

412
222
51

443
279
50

520
452
91

466
448
99

493
617
89

Farms
Agricultural services, forestry, and fisheries.-.
Mining

__

Metal mining
Anthracite mining
Bituminous and other soft coal mining
Crude petroleum and natural gas

29

Nonmetallic mining and quarrying

29

Contract construction.
Manufacturing

3,056

~

1,669
457
122
136

Nondurable kindred products,.
_
Food and goods
Tobacco manufactures
Textile mill products
Apparel and other finished fabric products..
Paper and allied products
Printing, publishing, and allied industriesChemicals and allied products
Products of petroleum and coal
Rubber and leather products,.
Leather products

_

11,056

15,485

9,033

11,158

28
51
5,657

36
4,204
2,443

57
144
7,298

592
77
26S

5,238
1,231
100
842

106
159
232

103
135
224

317
360
405

456
610
94

391
512
77

848
181

2,713
622
84

63

40

64

62

59

144

2,944

1,701

2,010

1,'387

2,101

3,162

2,706

2,911

Lumber and timber basic products
Furniture and finished lumber productsStone, clay, and glass products

43
33
129

81
50
142

132
85
185

110
63
136

92
59
111

94
69
94

62
59
92

178
146
233

Iron and steel and their products, including ordnance..
Nonferrous metals and their products
Machinery, except electrical
-

253
123
260

441
144
438

779
183
651

748
140
559

780
198
501

711
181
479

448
121
309

636
248
378

Electrical machinery
--•
Transportation equipment, except automobiles..
Automobiles and automobile equipment

153
58
256

222
169
333

309
314

242
477
132

290
633
133

330
721
129

354
42

47
-93
47

114

136

105

190

1,112

1,214

941

512

206
-48
92
70
-31
26

Durable goods

Miscellaneous manufacturing

_

Transportation

81

126

182

74

—

577

-56
-37
41

364

890
80
37

950
115
32

685
94
31

56
8
61

74
11
60

33
18
32

40
18
33

33
33
34

35
21
25

6

Services allied to transportation

14
-2
24

70

Railroads
;
Local and highway passenger transportation
Highway freight transportation and warehousing..
Water transportation
Air transportation
Pipeline transportation—

316
75
24

21

24

22

26

26

16

28

195

228

210

209

190

197

223

194
16

189
20

171
19

183
14

203
20

203
25

172
23

193
35

457

531

536

498

518

492

462

701

Utilities: electric and £
Local utilities and pub

446
11

519
12

524
12

487
11

505
13

479
13

451
11

688
13

877

1,341

1,238

1,403

1,466

3,596

734

1,349

Wholesale and retailtrade

522
827

562
841

572
894

1,542
2,054

1,122

1,416

1,348

1,982

826
20
33

1,054
13
81

Communication
Telephone, telegraph, and related servicesRadio broadcasting and television
Electric, gas, and sanitary services

311
423

606
735

704

740

937

Services.

478
-2
-91

533
-3
-127

529
-6
53

653
5
45

329
18
-28

282
22

321
14
26

295
12
112

408
14
181

285
12
172

471
31
332

113

162

239

262

480

65

255

49

Insurance carriers
•
Insurance agents and combination offices -

-4
-127

771
13
29

346
13
-72

Banking
Security and'commodity b'rokers," dealers, and exchanges.
Finance, n.e.c
_

52
34
39

53
30
41

83
43

5
108
14

3
99
27

177
55

10

40

-19
8
29

Hotels and other lodging placesPersonal services
Business services, n.e.c
Miscellaneous repair services and hand trades
Motion pictures

3S3
494

522

Wholesale trade
Retail trade and automobile services
Finance, insurance, and real estate

503
735

•
•

Amusement and recreation, except motion pictures.,

-11
11
22

-5
17

13
23
28

47
29
35

0
30

1
37
4

4
52

5
78
6

4
104
11

1

2

9

1
0

Addenda: Financial institutions
N o n financial corporations...




184
717
4,883

231

225

238

293

228

425

234

Engineering and other professional services, n.e.c. -Rest of the world

35

953
9,167

1,034
10,022

1.261
9,897

1,209
7,824

l f 654
13,83

6,311

900
9,208

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

128

Table 6.15.—Corporate Profits After Tax
[Millions of dollars]
1948

1949
18,533

24,864

21,595

19,556

20,361

20,553

87

68

12

-14

25

4

1,130

799

1,115

1,053

846

773

835

1,046

200
307

97
115

195
167

181
139

103

137
54

131
27

196

531
92

501
86

649
104

618
115

541
110

479
103

554
123

607
157

22,670

All Industries, total

Mining
Metal mining
Coal mining
Crudo petroleum and natural gas...

•

Mining and quarrying of nonmctalllc minerals

26,991

365

_

—

Lumber and wood products, except furniture
,
Furniture and fixtures
,
Stone, clay, and glass products
__:
Primary metal industries
_
,
Fabricated metal products
_
_
Machinery, except electrical
,
Electrical machinery
Transportation equipment and ordnance, except motor
vehicles
.,
Motor vehicles and motor vehicle equipment
Instruments
Miscellaneous manufacturing industries
Transportation

14,453

4,736

5,313

4,585

5,194

5,322

6,766

916
155

1,032
150

768
123

701
118

789
138

796
154

961
184

374
97

674
188

441

210
108

210
90

99
97

284
140

487
351

336
319

546
322

416
297

423
290

454
303

574
410

904
1,490

1,313
1,776

533
294
1,039
1,803

851
1,672

860
2,188

1,044
2,176

1,419
2,493

91
54

226
99

177
47

146
66

146
55

134
65

217
84

5,588

4,619

6,964

5,656

4,981

5,198

5,106

7,687

371
101
335

207
77
320

425
133
451

340
95
377

253
91
313

216
72
379

241
68
452

367
129
655

1,150
624
995
531

867
408

1,335
663

1,244
594

902

1,166
459

866
438

1,600
585

742
412

1,005
722

999
530

924
575

794
590

938

555

156

133
1,205

229
1,606

188
948

226
931

287
947

420

410
1,982

104
144

158
237

156
142

160
127

205
134

231

980

Railroad transportation
_
Local, suburban, and highway passenger
Motor freight transportation and warehousing
Water transportation
Air transportation

_.

Pipeline transportation

_,

,
,

Transportation services

657

1,107

155
186
951

846

745

387

704

689
42

376
IS

715
26

557
38

551
31

458
22

119
68

107
74

152

110
106

102

108
45

323
28
131
65

-4

13
43

46
70

51
59

48
32
55

114
15
103
10

51

51
64

59

26

29

30

27

23

30

258

406

420

465

543

611

810

242
16

377
29

382

423
42

509
34

576
35

737
73

38
28

Communication
Telephone and telegraph

266

10,428

125
214

-

277

10,392

140
79

Leather and leather products

253

9,566

928
2,246

_„.

305

10,969

905
174

Food and kindred products
Tobacco manufactures
_
Textile mill products
_
Apparel and other fabricated textile products
Paper and allied products
Printing, publishing, and allied industries
Chemicals and allied products
Petroleum refining and related industries
Rubber and miscellaneous plastic products

2S4

13,290

926
142

Nondurablo goods

325

9,355

6,378

Manufacturing

332

11,966

Contract construction

Durable goods

1953

1955

1951

Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries

1952

1954

1950

59

Lino

243
218
25

_

Radio broadcasting and television

,

712

999

1,048

1,175

1,280

Electric, fiaa, and sanitary services

3,630

2,410

3,743

2,744

2,267

1,962

1,857

2,802

Wholesale and retail trade

1,451
2,179

885
1,525

1,655
2,088

1,281
1,463

963
1,304

835
1,127

743
1,114

1,259
1,543

2,343

2,690

2,597

2,735

2,854

3,247

3,253

3,711

1,076
178

1,084

1,142
342

1,361
394

1,364
547

1,273

487

1,720
660

-1
493

1,283
459
5
666

9
832

927

15
776

36
452

41
400

40
455

40
490

41
499
336

Wholesale trad o
Retail trade
Finance, insurance, and real estate
Banking
Credit agencies, holding and other investment companies
Security and commodity brokers
Insurance carriers
_
Insurance agents, brokers, and service
Real estate

'_[

Hotels and other lodging places
Personal services
,""."[[
Miscellaneous business services
Automobile repair, automobile services, and g a r a g e s ™ " " " ! ! "
Miscellaneous repair services
Motion pictures
."._.....".".
Amusement and recreation services, except motion picturesMiscellaneous professional services
""*"
Restofthe world
Addenda: Financial institutions
Nonfinancial corporations
!.""!!"""

-1
587

844

45
463

,

Services




884

36
478

12
547
39
515

372

333

326

310

297

277

283

75
46

64
45

58
42

50
41

57
40

39
40

32
40

85
12

83
8

101
14

100
15

90
15

8
70

5
66

2
63

2
45

32
44

19
43

0
46

4
53
1,162

836

832

984

1,938
20,732

2,273
16,260

2,142
22,722

2,314
19,281

47

-5
35

-15
69

123
15
-8
68

12
50

5
49

-6
48

-4
62

1,099

1,135

1,422

1,579

2,785
17,768

3,192
23,799

2,477
17,079

105
10

2,801
17,560

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

129

by Industry: Annually, 1948-65
iMillions of dollars]
1957

All industries, total

1958

1959

1960

1961

28,462

26,680

27,245

31,229

33,077

38,667

11

-10

12

15

65

-24

23

28

778

607

755

842

732

910

782

918

125
140

102
106

-29
56

65

117
92

58
76

93

579
120

Crude petroleum and natural gas
Mining and quarrying of nonmetallic minerals..
Contract construction
_
_

22,327

964

Metal mining.
Coalmining—

500
70

488
92

485
145

545

486
112

545
173

88

450

395

343

224

13,314

10,299

13,986

12,631

6,492

5,658

7,167

7,077

Food and kindred products..
Tobacco manufactures
_.

879
208

1,022
245

1,125

1,116
280

6,763
1,127
301

Textile mill products
„_._
Apparel and other fabricated textile productsPaper and allied products
__
Printing, publishing, and allied Industries
Chemicals and allied products
Petroleum refining and related industries
Rubber and miscellaneous plastic products....
Leather and leather products

238
114

199
126

391
168

317
175

535
457

447
306

578
466

1,364
2,435

1,172
1,877

183
79

—..

Lumber and wood products, except furniture..
Furniture and
fixtures
_
Stone, clay, and glass products

•

Railroad transportation
—
Local, suburban, and highway passenger
Motor freight transportation and warehousing.
Water transportation.........

842
21,381

7,218

7,563

8,414

9,270

1,168
302

1,537
318

283
195

361
237

365
244

529
515

519
427

535

503
412

1,606
2,236

l f 501
2,377

1,471
2,176

1,519
2,251

1,655
2,192

198
66

243

196
71

207
57

255
82

243
94

4,641

6,819

5,554

5,283

7,028

8,059

9,764

12,111

250
67
562

356
91

217
65
530

207
74
487

272
109
496

353
139
584

1,515
580

949
440

1,212
516

1,067

775
479

870

1,128

1,028
710

632
629

1,018
852

791
557

811
548

1,119
656

1,151
718

506
1,231

370
367

187
1,391

114
1,383

211
1,170

472
1,907

469
2,344

227
168

220
155

314
199

276
158

268
253

326
233

3S7
160

316

452

295

314

481

721

1,023

1,253

139
52

76

81
54

112
51

237
46

107
4

Instruments
Miscellaneous manufacturing industries
Transportation

749
18,178

261
24

Primary metal industries
Fabricated metal products
Machinery, except electrical
Electrical machinery.
-....__
.
Transportation equipment and ordnance, except motor
vehicles
___
_
—
Motor vehicles and motor vehicle equipment

486
15,622

479

_.

445
14,246

178
106
573

Nondurable goods

160
8

87
11

156
33

217
31

188
61

-21
83

-70

-122
76

-33

47
109

2,079

2,271

-29
72

Air transportation
Pipeline transportation

_

40

Transportation services.

—

-7
72
37

Radio broadcasting and telev'isionl

840
68

1,073
1,000
73

Electric, gas, and sanitary services.._

1,339

1,336

Communication

31
1,308

82
50

292
12,046

36
1,496

75
28

1,205
103

1,366
1,238
128

1,395
101

1,760
1,618
142

1,583

1,859

1,864

1,960

33
1,832
1,757
135
2,249

2,554

Wholesale trade..
Retail trade

2,531

2,882

3,382

3,506

1,442
1,718

1,171
1,360

1,281
1,601

2,014

4,791

4,722

4,851

5,307

4,781

2,131
1,262

2,345
1,560

---

Security and commodity brokers
Insurance carriers
_
_
Insurance agents, brokers, and service.
Real e s t a t e . . . . . .

—

-

Services.

Miscellaneous business services
Automobile repair, automobile services, and garages..
Miscellaneous repair services
•
Motion pictures
—
Amusement and recreation services, except motion pictures
-

—

-

4,588

4,968

5,944

672

800

41
505

3,653

2,028
845

1,742
794

1,016

2,289
1,046

11
327

27
569

46
775

50
870

78
962

55
438

59
462

78
508

82
385

60
358

318

433

405

322

285

387

-35
71

-53

-46
91

206
26

187
31

204
24

332

102
284

32
64

Hotels and other lodging places...
Personal services

2,780
5,074

2,452
1,397

22

2,564

1,493
2,013

371

_

Credit agendesrholduig'andotherin vestment companies-

Addenda: Financial institutions
Nonfinancial corporations.

3,160

1,091
1,323

3,704

Finance, insurance, and real estate.

Rest of the world

2,414

1,210
1,344

Wholesale and retail trade

Miscellaneous professional services.*

44,493

6,822

Manufacturing...




1965

6

Mining

Banking

1964

25,975

Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries.

Durable goods

1963

1962

10
65

74

-13
72

188
-2

183
10

221
29

221
18

-8
18

-14
-20

-23
13

15
-37

19
-51

15
-33

0
79

3
81

18
92

-8
84

-15
98

-18
150

1,886

1,734

1,809

2,321

2,566

3,158
22,817

3,130
19,197

4,202
24,260

4,196
22,484

4,389
22,856

4,805
26,424

2,54'

3,04

3,202

4,334
28,743

4,307
34,360

5,202
39,291

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

130

Table 6*16.—Net Corporate Dividend Payments
[Millions of dollars]
1929

Lino

5,801

All Industries, total

1937

1935

1938

1930

1931

1932

1933

1934

5,468

4,066

2,544

2,038

2,567

2,844

4,523

19

36

29

11

3,165

14

0

4
4

13
2

6

—1
1

16
1

17
2

34
2

27
2

10
1

230

120

174

148

192

257

167

92
13
24

31
3
28

41
3
11

79
3
16

128
1
12

65
1
7

69
32

Crude petroleum and natural g a s . . . .
Nonmctallic mining and quarrying.

7

194
16
27

Metal mining
Anthraclto mining
Bituminous nnd other soft coal mining.

15

338

Farms
Agricultural services, forestry, and fisheries..
Mining

8

9
5

Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries.

17

79
22

98
14

73

70
24

91

79
15

60

Nondurable Roods....

2,539

1,291

Manufacturing

67

2,647

Contract construction..

1,383

37
20
40
1,862

1
72
11
6
7
36
12
19

19

15
1,186

1,102

991

735

714
190
86
50

242
90
81

21

712

198
92
46

20

1,516

36
2,332
1,249

Food and kindred products..
Tobacco manufactures
,
Textile mill products

305
83
142

95
103

1,092
263
99
79

Apparel and other finished fabric products..,
Paper nnd allied products
Printing, publishing, and allied Industries...

36
56
132

26
51
127

18
36
95

9
20
59

8
27
35

Chemicals and allied products
Products of petroleum and coal
Rubber products

217
254
29

320
26

196
258
20

169
109
13

174
119
6

28

20

19

21

22

1,156

770

367

277

474

648

69
32
83

46
22
73

20
13
53

8
27

9
5
22

24
8

360
106
256

331
79
214

181
58
137

82
42
70

37
40
47

65
25

22
10
70

24
3

42
2,358
1,164
296
99
120

28

1,356

25

,

Leather and leather products..

37

Durable- goods
Lumber and timber basic products
Furniture and finished lumber products...
Stone, clay, and glass products
Iron and steel and their products, including ordnance..
Nonfenous metMs and their products
Machinery, except electrical
Klectricftl machinery
Transportation equipment, except automobilesAutomobiles and automobile equipment

90
40 ,
245|

81
39
205

Miscellaneous manufacturing..

75

66

Transportation

571

581

303
115
12

353
79
11

Water transportation
Air transportation
Pipeline transportation

29
0
92

Services allied to transportation

20

Railroads
Local and highway passenger transportation
Highway freight transportation and warehousing.

Communication

378

28
177

64
26
124
20
55
7

64

0
90

219
66
8
20
0
49

12
0
53

8
0
23

18

16

14

11

337
99
121

15
46
72

27
61
104

22
75

14
39
63

264
38
7

249
192
31

257
147
27

172
67
12

1,083

1,194

436

23
11
50

35
22
95

40
23
101

15
19
45

101
67
81

225
60
105

201
124
182

260
122
220

84
29
140

22
26
74

12
25
77

82
23
255

111
38
213

59
12
2

32

64

233

320

287

287

174

78
50
7

73
56
8

119
35

125
31

45
16
11

3

56
3

41
2
64

20
1
64

59

112

12

12

156
7
-1

19

31

15

222

193

191

201
6

217
5

192
1

190
1

190
187
3

463

Electric, gas, and sanitary services

254
91
44

654

550

484

349

428

15

17

185

207

167
4

Radio broadcasting and t e l e v i s i o n . . .

191

196

199
191
8

174
11

179
12

187

445

464

501

475

449
14

Utilities: electric and gas
Local utilities and public services, n.e.c

,

Wholesale and retail trade...Wholesale t r a d e
Retail trade and automobile services
Finance, insurance, and real estate
Banking
Security and commodity brokers, dealers, and exchanges...
Finance, n.e.c
Insurance carriers
Insurance agents and combination oflices.
Real estate

601
53

526
24

471
13

333
16

411
17

428
17

446
18

485
16

459
16

537

474

376

210

173

328

419

646

607

347

193
344

177

134
242

71
139

61
112

160
168

194
225

270
376

260
347

111
236

289

127

-46

-337

282

298

285

168
21
-81

173
1
-74

-8
9
173

-9
10
197

297
823
603
410
5
0
52
16
340

389
6
-81
34
15
240

334
5
-91

246
5
-90

134
4
-94

166
5
-351

170
6

0
7
76

128

12
10
154

52

35

21

34

34

71

1
3
16

0
2
11

1
2
17

1
3
16

2
5
25

1
10
2

0
5

1
7
3

1
6
4

1
26
8

1

1

2

3

3

4

Amusement and recreation, except motion picturesEngineering and other professional services, n . e . c .
„__

15
U
130

2
5
29

1
26
4

-59

79

2
5
13

2
33

Miscellaneous repair services and hand trades.
Motion pictures

3
8
117

4
7
24

Hotels and other lodging places..
Personal services
Business services, n.e.c
,

34
16
190

79

Services.




50

775

247
80
77

171

Telephone, telegraph, and related services

Rest o f the world
Addenda: Financial institutions
Nonflnancial corporations..

168

21
1,211

89

26

-37

-44

476
5,325

357
5,111

294
3,772

173
2,371

1
2
-22
47
1,991

8
255
2,312

60
310
2,534

-8
313
4,210

1
21
6
5
11
316
4,344

3
217
299
2,866

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

131

by Industry: Annually, 1929-47
(Millions of dollars]
1939
All industries, total.
Agriculture, forestry* and

_„_
fisheries

1940

1941

1942

1943

1944

1945

1940

3,766

4,431

4,254

4,446

4,617

4,600

5,574

19

22

22

27

24

14

22

13
2

Farms
Agricultural services, forestry, and fisheries..
Mining

4,016

15

._

17
2

19
3

20
2

23
4

22
2

13

18
4

1

175

238

265

237

175

157

Metal mining.
Anthracite mining
Bituminous and other soft coal mining-

94
0

109
3
15

107
4
16

145
7
21

70
G
23

61
7
23

Crude petroleum and natural gas.—
Nonmetallic mining and quarrying..

54

92
19

116
22

44

57
19

48
18

177

138

18

Contract construction..

1,741

Nondurable goods.-.

942

Food and kindred products..
Tobacco manufactures
Textile mill products

22

27

1,930

22

Manufacturing

20

2,271

949

1,081

268
85
73

295
90
104

1,124
282
67
100

19
58
73

23
83
70

Apparel and other finished fabric productsPaper and allied products
Printing, publishing, and allied industries..

272
89
67
18
48
74

Chemicals and allied p r o d u c t s Products of petroleum and coal.
Rubber products

251
79
22

254
82
16

260
104
25

22

21

799

981
35
26
84

51
28
95

Iron and steel and their products, including ordnance..
Nonferrous metals and their products...
Machinery, except electrical

145
56
154

171
52
200

Electrical machinery
Transportation equipment, except automobilesAutomobiles and automobile equipment.

96
32
145

132
64
179

21

18

30

2,397

2,421

2,799

1,203

1,272

1,282

1,620

304
63
106

301
68
111

313
62
110

391
68
197

21
65
63

27
71
78

27
67
93

25
70
88

51
94
122

237
245

262
236
29

271
274
33

298
255
35

344
279
41

2,139

1,190

24
25
80

23

19

Durable goods
Lumber and timber basic products
Furniture and finished lumber products.,
Stone, clay, and glass products

60
23

2,271

25

27

Leather and leather products-

53
13
28

44
6
20
45
17

27

27

26

33

1,068

1,125

1,130

1,179

1,015
43
24
62

38
24
62

35
25
52

38
22
58

44
36

246
62
238

275
60
211

273
81
188

295
92
189

287
90
182

271
95
222

131
84
204

172
43

120
213
31

109
259
30

122
269
23

120
81
144

25

42

Pipeline transportation

38

39

48

84

233

257

292

292

284

114
19
12

83
23
13

131
22
16

150
29
12

189
29
12

203
29
11

166
49
15

43
1
50

51
3

28
4
17

23
8
19

24
6
17

21
5
10

24
3
15

21

Water transportation
Air transportation

37

271

32
0
69

Highway freight transportation and warehousing-

51

259

77
15
14

Railroads.
Local and highway passenger transportation

38

228

Miscellaneous manufacturing
Transportation

20

185

187

174
11

Services allied to transportation
Telephone, telegraph, and related services
Communication
Radio broadcasting and television

175
12

188
174
14
487

498

Electric, gas, and sanitary services

78
20

15

16

15

13

12

194

183

193

199

199

185
9

171
12

181
12

189
10

185
14

397

409

431

424

475
464
11

Utilities: electric and gas

483
15

483
15

472
15

386
11

400
9

421
10

414
10

Local utilities and public services, n.e.c

425

432

501

447

485

490

499

806

155
270

149
283

200
301

169
278

174
311

179
311

176
323

290
516

279

216

218

391

427

431

511

218
-4
26

243
-1

263
-2
31

281
6
36

Wholesale and retail trade

_

Wholesale t r a d e . . .
_
Retail trade and automobile services..
•
Finance, insurance, and real estate.
Banking
_
Security and commodity brokers, dealers, and exchanges.,
finance, n.e.c
_
•
Insurance carriers
_
Insurance agents and combination offices-.
Real estate
Services.

209
13
-175

-175

203
0
67

21
11
138

10
13
146

-3
14
159

-8
9
120

18
10
130

144

-8
S
139

-17
12
193

66

72

62

81

82

89

142

9
8
18

10
10
20

IS
13
26

1
35

1
35
10

61
17

.._.

Hotels and other lodging places.
personal services
Business services, n.e.c

Engineering and other professional services, n.e.c..-,
Addenda: Financial institutions
Nonfinancial corporations.

-10




5
137
305
3,461

6
7
23

7
15

1
18

•

Amusement and recreation, except motion pictures.,
Rest of the world

216

5
7
25

_—

Miscellaneous repair services and hand trades
Motion pictures

215-880 <>—66

191
4
-86

1
24
8

0
26
4

3

4

4
149

109

107

289
3,727

278
4,153

308
3,946

5
4

3

6

103

75

129

289
4,328

307
4,293

331
5,243

5
137
269
4,177

THK NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OP THE UNITED STATES

132

Table 6.16.—Net Corporate Dividend Payments
[ M HUons of dollars]
1M9

1048

I.ln*'

7.036

Ait Industrie*. loUl

49

Agriculture, forratry, and (Inherit*.

_ ^ _ _ _ _
1050

1951

1955

1956

8,886

9,282

53

63

42

34

34

32

519

547

676

696

107
45
319
48

111
31
363
42

133
23
474
46

185
31
426
54

337

452

501

U7
C9
141
34

Metal mining.. .
.
Cortl minim:.
Crudu i«'tri)!rtun nnd natural g;tf
.„
Mining tun I quarrying of nonrnetalilc minerals.

1954

8,560

361

Mining

1953

8,570

7.238
47

1952

91
58
156
32

129
57
224
42

141
47
271
42

10,478

56

Nondurable good*..

66

60

66

58

56

65

3,809

4,626

4,345

4,334

4,546

4,548

5,346

1,043

Manufacturing

61

3,616

Contract construction .

1,078

2,113

2,139

2,121

2,257

2,170

2,452
451
103

Food and kindred product*.
Tobacco manufacture*
. .

418
86

402

426
92

442
91

425

485

438
101

Trttllo mill products
Apparel und other fabricated textile products..

250
57

192
44

221
43

215
37

165
34

153
33

122

138
31

I'nper nnd allied products
Printing, publishing, und allied Industrie*

160
133

123
124

159
122

191
Ul

176
110

200
115

209
114

228
129

Chemicals and allied products
lVtrolnim refining and related industries

382
303

432
501

547
431

514
492

543
509

511

620
460

748
539

23
40

34

30
37

12
34

36
30

27
28

43
28

53
32

2,513

2,206

2,213

2,289

2,378

2,894

Rubber nml miscellaneous plastic products
Leather and leather products
Durable goods

1,673

100
40
148

97
31
143

85
30
146

72
30

77
30
185

92
35
199

314
183

452
201

427
205

420
187

440
185

416
190

586
201

317
157

307
159

362
240

357
235

367
257

364

345
302

360
340

90

101

102

113

256

442

730

477

475

51
74

55
67

66
73

62
70

73

481
77
55

57

105
68

309

269

363

391

376

416

410

491

108
31

163
30

200
27

250
31

242
34

260
29

267
34

306
30

10
33

21
32

26
36

22
41

20

27
34

24
31

20
52

3
13
12

3
18
12

11
51
12

15
21
11

16
15
11

17
36
13

19
20
15

24
31
19

221

240

293

327

367

421

469

520

210
11

233

275
18

317
10

356
11

412
9

459
10

505
15

80
32
108

Primary metal Industries
Fabricate I metal prod net J
Machinery, except elcctricnl
Electrical machinery

Transportation equipment nnd ordnance, except motor
vehicles.
Motor vehicles and motor vehicle equipment
,
-

Railroad transportation
Local, suburban, and highway passenger..
Motor freight transportation and warehousing..
Water transportation
_
Air transportation.
Pipeline transportation
Transportation services
Communication
Telephone and telegraph
Radio broadcasting and television.

•

Electric, gas, and sanitary SCTTICCS .

542

Wholesale and reUJJ trade

931

Wholesale trade.
Retail trade
Finance, Insurance, and real estate
Hanking
Credit agencies, holding and other Investment companies..
Security and commodity brokers
Insurance carriers
Insurance agents, brokers, and service..
Real estate
Services

Hotels and other lodging places..
Personal services
Miscellaneous business services
Automobile repair, automobile services, and garages..
Miscellaneous repair services
Motion pictures
Amusement and recreation services, except motion pictures
Miscellaneous professional services
Rest of the world
Addenda: Financial institutions
Nonfiivancial corporations




1,831
74
30
120
312
175

r and wood products, except furniture.
Furniture nnd fixtures
Stone, clay, and glau products

Instruments
Miscellaneous manufacturing Industries
Transportation

37

363
568

7
615
834

288
128

157
728

752

837

922

910

1,033

1,188

968

905

851

761

728

772

378
590

352
553

314
537

245
516

223
505

222
550

556

314
520
572

694

600

632

724

720

725

317
60

339
34

392
99

400
74

421
111

447
113

485
110

536
89

-1
-42

-2
-24

-2
-31

-4

1
-105

-3
-54

-2
-65

-2

17
205

13
212

15
221

13
205

10
194

14
202

11
181

10
190

141

149

134

148

149

126

125

134

20
13

17
13

20
14

18
11

25
12

17
11

17
12

28
13

28
3

33
3

33
4

33
3

33
3

34
7

31
3

34
4

1
54

I
60

2
38

3
55

2
43

1
33

1
33

3
26

15
7

15
7

16
7

17
8

16
10

14
9

19

16
10

254

305

437

393

302

343

483

509

312
6,724

454
6,784

456
8,382

368
8,202

427
8,133

551
8,335

553
8,729

564
9,914

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

133

by Industry: Annually, 1948-65
[Millions of dollars]
Line

1957
All Industries, total

1959

1960

1901

1962

19G3

1904

_

12,580

13,437

13,770

15,183

16,454

36

13

43

40

52

130

39

605

Metal mining
Coalmining
__.
Crude petroleum and natural gas
Mining and quarrying of nonmetalllc minerals..

11,566

33

Mining

673

636

733

793

869

988

907

149
34
373
49

113
54
475
31

127
34
427
48

147
31
507
48

141
37
563
52

142
34
034
59

108
40
784
56

17,340

76

Nondurable goods.

64

81

96

114

110

159

101

6,008

Manufacturing

5,581

5,945

6,265

6,086

7,185

7,574

8,268
4,102

2,914

2,735

2,921

3,139

2,917

3,700

3,737

Food and kindred products..
Tobacco manufactures
_.

468
124

475
140

491
148

545
157

554
170

GOO
183

G07
190

Textile mill products
Apparel and other fabricated textile products..
Paper and allied products
Printing, publishing, and allied Industries
Chemicals and allied products
Petroleum refining and related industries
Rubber and miscellaneous plastic products

139
24

113
20

121
32

129
35

119
49

130
55

137
48

265
149

251
150

255
152

258
167

265
166

285
185

205
190

804

787

873
719

902
827

932
572

1,374
760

1,388
798

76
32

69
36

101
29

81
38

61
29

79
34

07
47

3,094

2,846

3,024

3,126

3,169

3,485

3,837

79
40
240

80
29
234

93
32
249

97
35
283

93
30
240

107
40
260

100
38
258

218

575
202

G12
197

600
222

709
222

653
223

589
237

431
377

375

383

433

443
385

491
403

519
423

191

179

191

700

624

660

119
73

115
67

132
72

669
149
73

507

481

470

534

Leather and leather products
Durable goods
Lumber and wood products, except furniture..
Furniture and fixtures
Stone, clay, and glass products
Primary metal Industries
Fabricated metal products
Machinery, except electrical
Electrical machinery
Transportation equipment and ordnance, except motor
vehicles.
Motor vehicles and motor vehicle equipment
Iaitruments
Miscellaneous manufacturing Industries.
Transportation

Communication..
Tele]
L broadcasting and television.,
o
Electric, gas, and sanitary services...
....

Wholesale trade
,
Retail trade
Finance, insurance, and real estate

Security and commodity brokers
Insurance carriers
Insurance agents, brokers, and service.
Real estate
L
___.

Hotels and other lodging places
Personal services
Miscellaneous business services
•
Automobile repair, automobile services, and garages..
Miscellaneous repair services
•
Motion pictures
•
Amusement and recreation services, except motion pictures
Miscellaneous professional services.
est of the world,.




201

1,203

13.1

153
81

168
54

512

511

580

4,070

188

873

318
41

333
25

282
29

270
29

291
34

297
46

291
34

30
33

28
33

38
32

36
40

41
23

43
37

22
63
24

24
53
24

25
81
27

24
53
28

23
45
38

31
87
23

731

873

879

993

1,070

1,262

681
27

708
23

835
38

844
35

951
42

1,008
62

1,054

1,291

1,422

1,530

1,624

1,778

1,832

913

952

1,042
326
716

961
245
716

1,128

1,599

656

45
35

819

772

849

259
560

234
538

246
603

276
637

280
672

915

966

1,199

1,294

1,290

1,381

208
2,127
1,936
916

677
148

756
207

782
269

826
244

904
86

0
-97

2
-80

1
-51

11
-61

16
-87

9
-134

5
-152

10
202

210

16
270

22
271

24
267

16
247

39
328

146

138

153

215

143

155

248

20
14

15
11

20
18

17
26

17
25

11
24

36
42

50

49

56

105
11

25
18

46
11

20

2
22

3
6

2
21

1,448

922
457

Credit agencies, holding and other investment companies-

Addenda: Financial institutions.

157
669

626
174

Banking

Services

157

708

Air transportation
Pipeline transportation
Transportation services

Wholesale and retail trade

408

23
40
23

Railroad transportation
Local, suburban, and highway passenger
Motor freight transportation and warehousingWater transportation

R

1903

11,742

Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries..

Contract construction.

1958

157

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

134

Table 6.17.—Undistributed Corporate Profits
[Millions of dollars]
1932

1931

1930

1035

1934

1933

1936

1937

-197

Farms
Agricultural services, forestry, and fisheries

-34

-27
-2

-30
-4

184

37
-9
-13

76
-14
-4

-3

Crude petroleum and natural gas
Nonmetalllc mining and quarrying

77

-14
-11

Metal mining
Anthracite mining
TUtunilnous and other soft coal mining

58
4

119
7

-6

-1

Contract construction

245

Manufacturing

17

0

607

663

264

195

100
16
21
19
22

-14
12
-45
3
23
11

72
-30
7

57
157
-2

141

343

468

-9
-8
7
-102
55
50

8
3
29

21
0
16

78
27

126
33
130

42
-30
124

28
-3
57

27
15
85

104

Nondurable- goods
Food and kindred products.
Tobacco manufactures,
Tcxtilo mill products

54
21
-19
14
10
23
-14
-18
13

Apparel and other finished fabric products
Paper nnd allied products
Printing, publishing, and allied industries.
Chemicals and allied products.
Products of petroleum and coal
Rubber products

-7

20

Leather and leather products,
Durable poods..
Lumber and timber basic products.
Furniture and finished lumber products
Stone, clay, and glass products
Iron and steel and their pioducts, including ordnance
Xonferrous metals and their products
Machinery, except electrical
Electrical machinery
Transportation equipment, except automobiles
Automobiles and automobile, equipment
.
Miscellaneous manufacturing.

-54

Transportation

298

Railroads
IiOcal and highway passenger transportation

365
-67
23

Highway freight transportation and warehousingWater transportation
Air transportation

623

-29

-15
-4
-6

Agriculture, forestry* and fisheries

408

-19

All Industries, total

-

14
-6

.-

._

Radio broadcasting and television

-27

Electric, gis, and sanitary services
Local utilities and public services, n.e.c

-

Wholesale and retail trade
Wholesale trade
_
,
Retail trade and automobile services
_.
Finance, insurance, and real estate
_
Banking
Security and commodity brokers, dealers, and exchanges.
Finance, n.e.c
Insurance carriers
Insurance agents and combination officesReal estate
Hotels and other lodging placcs.
Personal services
Business services, n.e.c
—
Miscellaneous repair services and hand trades
Motion pictures._.
Amusement and recreation, except motion pictures-

-305

-372
-75

-312
-55
-2

-357
-56
7

-204
-37

-229
-56

-15
-9
-1

-284
-86
6
-35
-6
-54

-29
-3
-26

-16

-18

-13

-13

-13

-27

-70

-91

-64

-52

-r

-66
-4

-84
-7

-67
3

-52
0

-257

-159

-107

-166

-133

-15!

-124
-9

16
-11
-308

-10

195

-493

08
97

-217
-276

315

-313

319
167

17]

Scrrices

-530

-276

-23
-9
-13

-269
-39

14"
8
-334

15

-472

6

-19
-28

-280
-255
-25

-34
7

Utilities: electric and gas

18

-444

-64
4

-16
93
79
14

-517

12

-394

-103

-127
-38
12

-15

Pipeline transportation
Services allied to transportation
Telephone, telegraph, and related services
Communication
_

-234

-86

-202

-5:

-243
-14

-14'
-12

-763

-880

-II

-299
-464

-297
-583

16
-126

-584

-55"

-251

32
-76

75
2
-308
l;

-18

-232

-98

7!
-11
-11

-19S

-12:

-28

-23
—I

-1!
32
-1:

-1!

143

-96

-13

-r

-16

-14

-22

-18
4

-26
4

-63
-59

194
108
85
-95

-395
-104
-1
64

-5

II
-37
45:
154
2
-60S

-43

-25

-1

-1

9
-1
-152
348
4

19'
-6f
-101
32(
-341

-381
-4
-2

-II

11

-28
-25

123

54
8

-56:

-7!

- l i "

135

211

157
7
-539
- I

12

-103
-4

9
-1!

-48

-1

-3:

Engineering and other professional services, n.e.c- -.
Rest of the wr jd
Addenda: Financial Institutions.....
Nonfinancial corporations..




653

-2,620

s:
-18:
-4,755

268

i
-973

-225

40
222

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

135

by Industry: Annually, 1929-47
[Millions of dollars]
1939

1940

1941

1944

1943

1946

1945

1947

5,677

3,163
-19

5,866

6,610

6,541

4,433

9,911

13,SSI

7

AH industries, total
Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries.

1942

12

15

16

18

65

4*

18
-2

18
0

67
-2

51
-3

-8
-6

9
-2

14
-2

20
-5

120

160

223

155

183

218

157

161

447

62
-13
-2

85
2
17

85
9
39

42
7
46

52
7
64

33
9
71

30
47

1
12
CO

15
194

11

45
11

72
18

44
16

48
12

95
10

67
12

54
34

7

34

84

102

66

30

18

114

[,315

3,481

3,059

3,393

3,260

1,783

4,499

727

1,509

1,368

1,550

1,441

1,161

3,668

Farms
Agricultural services, forestry, and fisheries..
Mining

-15
-4

Metal mining
Anthracite mining
_
Bituminous and other soft coal mining.
Crude petroleum and natural gas
Nonmetallic mining and quarrying..
Contract construction.
Manufacturing
Nondurable goods. - .

134
43
218
7,4&3

185
33

Leather and leather products-

328
33
227

327
31
193

321
16
177

279
15
158

840
32
645

27
78
46

68
123
55

79
89
62

80
84
126

79
92
139

83
65
130

2G6
266
283

245
448
256

189
197
34

260
348

229
203
80

231
381
60

185
336

93
257
42

510
569
HO

648
979
100

18

Chemicals and allied products...
Products of petroleum and coal..,
Rubber products

280
24
244

161
143
29

Apparel and other finished fabric productsPaper and allied products
Printing, publishing, and allied industries _.

167
35
84

23
37
29

Food and kindred productsTobacco manufactures.
Textile mill products

4,208
699
36
702

11

38

37

66
41

61
35

33

111

95

622

831

3,275

588

1,120

1,691

1,843

19
13
49

46
24
58

1,972
81
57
90

67
39
74

54
35
49

1,819
59
44
42

24
37
34

134
110
151

289
127
192

Iron and steel and their products, including ordnance.,
Nonferrous metals and their products
Machinery, except electrical

108
67
106

270
92
238

533
121
413

473
80
348

507
117
313

41G
89
290

161
31
127

365
153
156

829
268
593

Electrical machinery
Transportation equipment, except automobilesAutomobiles and automobile equipment

57
26
111

90
105
154

178
230
194

154
305
89

170
420
102

221
462
99

47
85
19

-73
-174
-97

362
-128

43

75

62

76

97

57

106

-160

-77

306

879

957

649

220

-78

•

-133
-52
27

-100
-21
12

759
58
21

800
86
20

496
65
19

113
46
13

-214
43
55

Highway freight transportation and warehousing-

6
6
1

13
7
11

281
-15
23
23
S

5
14
15

17
10
14

14
27

r

14
16
15

45
-34

-15

1

7

10

U

3

3

40

35

-4

-2
5

32
8

22

-17
13

29
8
21

101

109

61

38

226

37

22'

Durable goods
Lumber and timber basic products
Furniture and finished lumber products..
Stone, clay, and glass products

Miscellaneous manufacturing..
Transportation

--

Railroads
__
Local and highway passenger transportation
Water transportation
Air transportation

—

Pipeline transportation

—.

25

22

20
5

14
S

Electric, gas, and sanitary services..

-41

33

Utilities: electric and gas
—
Local utilities and public services, n.e.c.
Wholesale and retail trade
-

-37

Services allied to transportation
Telephone, telegraph, and related services.
Communication
Radio broadcasting and television

156
153

Wholesale tiade
Retail trade and automobile servicesFinance, insurance, and real estate
Banking
_
_
Security and commodity brokers, dealers, and exchangesFinance, n.e.c
Insurance carriers
_
•
Insurance agents and combination offices.
Real estate
___
Services

309

__

243
175
-41
325
2
-210
-12

Hotels and other lodging places..
Personal services
Business services, n.e.c
Miscellaneous repair services and hand trades
Motion pictures
__

4
2
-3
5
49

36
-3

52
-3

101
0

105
4

53
3

445

840

791

864

913

n
16

1

Rest of the world

_

Addenda: Financial i n s t i t u t i o n s .
Nonfinancial corporations..




271
-10
74
65
-41
19
33
-20
-38
18
134
126
8

2,790

3,100

1,252
1,538

1,362
1,738

1,47

1,297

96:

406
434

334
45"

348
516

383
53C

546

724

989

396
571
917

317
-10
48

3

435
9
19

528
1;

563
22

773
41

686
-1
114

41

48S
ir

247
26
225

211
488
269
-15
84
319
r
-17'

285
8
-126

-14
329
5
-94

277
2
-18

37

293
4
33

41

100

158

ISO

166

38
21
17

4!
2'
20

43
20
2]

-16

-11
10
12

19

28

139
338
6,
3!
46
IK

52

Amusement and recreation, except motion picturesEngineering and other professional services, n.e.c.--

170
411

522

234

-24
1
-1
15

-18

573

41
52
S
75
21

296

190
972
5,56!

295

9o:
3,53

46S

1.323
8.58T

1,042
12,839

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

136

Table 6.17.—Undistributed Corporate Profits
[Millions of dollars]
1948

1949

1950

1951

1953

1952

1954

1955
16,513

15,634

Metal m i n i n g .
Coal mining...

13,025

10,996

11,475

34

5

-30

-48

462

663

552

327

226

S3

Mining

16,026

12

769

Agriculture, forcatry, a n d flaherti*..

11,295

39

All Industrie*, total

6
57

66

40
92

-4
47

26
23

-2
4

11
55

425
62

347
73

222
62

116
61

80
77

181
103

259

224

239

195

221

201

8,664

6,624

5,232

5,846

5,880

9,107

4,213

3,174

2,464

2,937

3,152

4,314

514

606
58

326
32

276
25

304
42

510
81

238
390
58

Crurio petroleum and natural gas
Mining and Quarrying of nonmctalllc minerals..
Contract construction.

309
8,350

Manufacturing

4,435

Nondurable Roods.*.
Food and kindred products..
Tobacco manufactures

345
54
271
5,546
2,758

no

11,271

1956

350

649
117
337
218
546
1,843

182
53

453
140

226
51

45
74

57
57

358
53
-23
67

213
195

387
200

342
183

240
187

228
175

245
189

346
281

472

766
1,345

525
1,311

308
1,163

424
1,716

671
1,954

117
39

57
17

196
62

165
13

110
36

349
1,579
119
27

86
37

164
52

603
56

Textile mill products
Apparel and other fabricated tcxtllo products..
Paper and allied products
•
Printing, publishing, and allied Industries
Chemicals and allied products
Petroleum refining and related Industries
Kubber and miscellaneous plastic products..-Leather and leather products

146
109

3,915

2,788

4,451

3,450

2,768

2,909

2,728

4,793

Lumber and wood products, except furniture..
Furniture and fixtures
Stone, clay, and gloss products

282
69
227

133
47
200

325
93
303

243
64
234

61
167

144
42
210

164
38
267

275
94
456

Primary metal industries
--..
Fabricated metal products
Machinery, except electrical
Electrical machinery
Transportation equipment and ordnance, except motor vehicles.
Motor vehicles and motor vehicle equipment

836
441

555
233

883
462

817

482
281

726
274

450
248

1,014
384

678
374

435
253

642
295

557
318

578
262

43
763

86
471

113
456

466
267
159
466

449
288

64
730

643
482
128
876

263
362

230
1,254

74
140
671

49
77

92
164

93
116

122
77

126
120

388

744

560

Railroad transportation
Local, suburban, and highway passenger
Motor freight transportation and warehousing..
Water transportation

491
11

223
-12

515
-1

307

100
35

42

126
33

Air transportation

-7
25

10
25

35
19

Transportation services

16

14

17

Communication
Telephone and telegraph

21

IS

113

98

14

9
9

102
11

65
28

67
31

170

193

132

62

Wholesale and rcUII trade
Wholesale tradeRetail trade

2,699

1,576

2,775

1,088
1,611

571
1,005

Finance, insurance, and real estate

Durablo goods

Instruments
Miscellaneous manufacturing industries
Transportation

Pipeline transportation

Radio broadcasting and television.
Electric, KM, and sanitary services..

72
329

-23

17
-2

82
10

193
-7
81
11

-153
-19
79
-21

102
13

16
40

21
15

32
44

16

10

15

17

122

142

290

97
25

117
25

232

77

138

142

1,839

1,416

1,201

1,129

1,277
1,498

929
910

649
767

590
611

520
609

2,523

2,533

2,986

788
377

1,184
571

29
309

17
874
31
309

470
-3

65

19

58
92
2,030

1,792

2,118

1,903

2,135

2,222

Banking
Credit agencies, holding and other investment companies..

759
118

745
205

750
243

961
320

862
348

Security and commodity brokers
Insurance carriers
Insurance agents, brokers, and service..
Real estate

0
629
28
258

11

14
578
24
294

581

771

23
247

31
206

917
429
12
886
26
253

192

162

148

151

158

202

38
28

32
30

32
28

22
29

15
28

34

68
10

67
12

65

74

12

0
25

-10

-15

-16
39

-13
4,

41

231
184

Hotels and other lodging places..
Personal services

55
33

Miscellaneous business services,.
Automobile repair, automobile services, and garages.,
Miscellaneous repair services
Motion pictures
Amusement and recreation services, except motion pictures..
Miscellaneous professional services

57
9

Addenda: Financial institutions
Nonfinancial corporations




23
266

Services

Rest of the world

868

7
16
17
37

,

4:

32
50

36

38
992

-16
36
-20

4G

582
".

527

547

769

791

792

93S

1,626
14,008

1,81!
9,476

1,686
14,34

1,946
11,073

2,05fl
8,946

2,250
9| 225

2,23:
9,039

2,628
13,885

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

137

by Industry! Annually, 1948-65
[Millions of dollars]
1957

All industries, total

__

1959

1960

1061

19C2

1903

1904

1005

14,233

Metal mining
Coalmining
.__
Crude petroleum and natural gas...

Mining and quarrying of nonmetallic minerals
Contract construction

16,623

21,327

13

-154

-16

-13

105

-29

22

49

-137

-78

-125

-51

-11
52

-156
22

-82
29

-24
55

-84
42

-15
59

25
39

61
44

-22
97

-18
36

-148
53

-239
117

25,320

374

Leather and leather products

_

_

-

_

Lumber and wood products, except furniture
Furniture and fixtures
Stone, clay, and glass products
Primary metal industries
Fabricated metal products
Machinery, except electrical
Electrical machinery
Transportation equipment and ordnance, except motor vehicles.
Motor vehicles and motor vehicle equipment
Instruments
Miscellaneous manufacturing industries

742
12,103

2,923

4,246

3,938

3,846

3,618

3,826

4,222

4,683

547
105

634
118

571
123

573
131

559
119

030
128

99
90

86
100

270
136

188
140

164
146

225
182

228
196

196
156

323
314

271
348

254
261

250
323

238
222

385
1,189

733
1,517

599
1,550

539
1,604

145
1,491

267
1,394

107
47

129
30

142
59

115
33

146
28

176
48

176
47

1,795

3,795

2,428

2,114

3,643

4,222

5,688

7,415

99
66
333

170
38
328

258
59
434

120
30
247

114
44
247

165
69
236

253
101
320

362

374
238

600
319

467
174

66
257

217
345

539
389

597
333

257
263

635
454

358
149

368
163

628
253

632
295

315
531

191
-257

-4
731

-43
714

54
501

271
1,034

281
1,081

108
95

105

182
127

127
85

133
167

173
152

219
106
367

570

698

768

-18

-239

-198

-30

141

-206

-131
23

-215
25

-216

-179
17

-81
5

77
-29

71
-22

122
-24

51
-29

115
10

174
-6

143
26

-52
32

-29
9

-45
30

-95

-146
23

30

16
22

13

7

23

8

-10

10

342

435

487

503

690

630

292
50

370
65

394
93

444

610

703
-73

48

Transportation services

-165

-72
-1

159
41

Pipeline transportation

-86

53

235

200

Communication
Telephone and telegraph
Radio broadcasting and television

1,735

Electric, gas, and sanitary services -

1,642

2,311

1,618

59

80

86

128
2,340
1,042
1,298

1,248
1,297

4,179

3,182

951
784

Wholesale and retail trade
Wholesale trade
Retail trade
Finance, insurance, and real estate
Banking
Credit agencies, holding and other investment companies
Security and commodity brokers
Insurance carriers
Insurance agents, brokers, and service
Real estate
Services
Hotels and other lodging places
Personal services
Miscellaneous business services
Automobile repair, automobile services, and garages
Miscellaneous repair services
Motion pictures
Amusement and recreation services, except motion pictures.

Addenda: Financial institutions
Nonfinanclal corporations

048
9,910

17

Railroad transportation
Local, suburban, and highway passenger,.
Motor freight transportation and warehousing
Water transportation.
Air transportation

Miscellaneous professional services

327
8,048

-28

Transportation

Best of the world

335
7,061

560
1,602

..

178
5,960

270
308

„

128
6,366

3,728

Food and kindred products
_
Tobacco manufactures
__
Textile mill products
_-.__
Apparel and other fabricated textile products
Paper and allied products
-Printing, publishing, and allied industries
Chemicals and allied products
_
Petroleum refining and related industries.
Rubber and miscellaneous plastic products

262
8,041

411
84

___

331
4,718

3,578

_

Nondurable goods




16,046

-25

7,306

__.

Durable goods

13,475

-31

-24
106

_

13,243

-23

206
71

___

15,882

-25

359

Mining

10,761

-27

Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries..

Manufacturing

1958

v

857
785

1,196
1,115

895
723

1,930
1,001
929

2,789

2,687

3,592

3,428

3,561

313

437

2,645

3,672

4,033

3,520

4,372

515

590

1,402
671

1,065
646

1,612
809

1,507
777

1,305
1,018

1,441
1,474

1,530
940

11
424

25
649

45
826

39
931

62
1,049

13
1,096

36
657

45
236

50
252

62
238

114

36
91

70
85

63
-44

225

180

190

179

130

139

12
50

-5
54

-11
56

-30
46

-52
46

-64
45

-82
49

138
-8

134
1

165
21

116
7

181

141
20

136
4

-10
-8

-15
-45

-24
1

7
-21

12
-43

17
-72

12
-56

-14
65

-11
67

-4
76

-5
70

-37

-37
113

1,252

1,032

978

1,039

2,450
11,783

2,468
8,293

3,337
12,545

3,234
10,009

SO

1,252

1,337

1,630

1,701

1,749

3,312
10,163

3,650
12,396

3,226
13,397

2,859
18,468

3,677
21,643

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

138

Table 6.18.—Corporate Capital Consumption
[Millions of dollars]
1929

Lino

4,204

All Industries, total

U

13
14
15
16

1935

1936

3,790

3,637

3,626

3,617

3,647

31

30

34

33

22

25
9

25
8

247

251

32
9
39

8
39

36

34

25
11

24
10

25
8

22
7

23
8

249

255

222

222

262

43
12
47

35
14
44

26
13
41

25
12
38

20
10
43

118
29

135
27

118
24

125
22

167
22

8
249

Nonmctallic mining and quarrying

26
9
40
155
19

149
18

71

74

67

56

44

40

40

1,884

1,959

1,854

1,699

1,639

1,408

1,386

1,071

1,129

1,100

1,031

1,004

823

802

213
11
141

222
8
136
13
66
65

210
9
136
14
68
70

201
9
119
12
65
60

196
7
124

176
11
114

12
65
56

10
62
50

170
6
110
10
60
49

176
8
105
10
61
48

108
454
40

106
431
40

105
413
33

95
400
34

91
268
29

90
274
21

96
301
20

Contract construction
Manufacturing
Nondurable goods
Food and kindred products
Tobacco manufactures
Textile mill products

-

20
21
22

-

Chemicals and allied products
Products of petroleum and coal
Rubber products

15
65
103
402
37

1937

29

4,008

140
29

Crude petroleum and natural gas

Apparel and other finished fabric products
Paper and allied products
Printing, publishing, and allied industries

24

1934

51
19
51

Metal mining
Anthracite mining
Bituminous and other soft coal raining

17
18
19

23

1933

290

Mining

12

4,328

1932

22
12

Agrlculturorscrvlccsrforcstry, and fisheries

0
10

4,320

1931

34

Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries

G
7
8

1930

42
1,424
837

151
17
45
1,493
873
183
8
102
10
64
48
105
320
21

18

17

16

14

15

12

12

12

12

813

Leather and leather products
Durablo goods

830

754

668

635

585

584

587

625

54
27
77

49
26
82

37
25
78

28
22
72

29
21
65

25
18
63

25
17

27
20
54

30
18
62

28
29
30

Lumber and timber basic products
Furniture and finished lumber products
Stone, clay, and glass products....—
Iron and steel and their products, including ordnance
Nonferrous metals and their products
Machinery, except electrical
*

249
53
110

248
57
114

228
51
104

200
46
92

201
45
88

171
45
85

173
46
S3

196
49

203
57
92

31
32
33

Electrical machinery
Transportation equipment, except automobiles
Automobiles and automobile equipment

43
20
134

44
29
136

38
27
122

37
25
105

32
24
91

43
19
83

37
23

34

Miscellaneous manufacturing

46

45

44

41

39

33

484

451

493

424

384

436

217
115
37

201
108
37

243
106

191
103
34

172
90
31

118
31

52
9
40

47
11
33

48
13
29

46
12
24

45
9
24

62
8
35

14

14

15

14

13

13

25
26
27

35
36
37
33
39
40
41
42
43

Transportation
Railroads
Local and highway passenger transportation
Highway freight transportation and warehousing
Water transportation
_
Air transportation (common carriers)
Pipeline transportation

_

Services allied to transportation
Communication

,

23
31
289
416
160
113
32

112
32

57
8

53
9

34

30

12

13

61
99
34
46
8
28
13
211

„

Wholesale and retail trade
Wholesale trade
Retail trade and automobile services

_

~~"

213

244
10

256
13

242
13

226
13

207
6

216
210
6

214
206
8

393

443

461

436

404

449

453

460

380
13

426
17

438

415
21

387
17

433
16

437
16

444
16

335

336

301

274

288

286

295

303

107
228

102
234

88
213

79
195

192

188

101
194

83
220

396

429

443

427

410

440

438

451

429

71
8
30

__

Local utilities and public services, n.e.c.

239

327

Utilities: electric and gas

255

337
14

Electric, gas, and sanitary services

269

218
6

Radio broadcasting and television

254

103
224

45

224

Telephone, telegraph, and related services

47
48

89

351

44

46

42
29
64

71
7
29

65
5
27

60
5
25

56
2
27

55
1
32

56
1
36

56
1
28

Finance, insurance, and real estate
Banking
Security and commodity brokers, dealers, and exchanges
Finance, n.e.c
Insurance carriers
Insurance agents a n d combination offices.
Real estate
I"
Services
Hotels and other lodging places

Personal services

S.I"./__..""m

12
1
276

15
1
304

17
2
317

20
1
309

26
1
293

1
324

37
1
312

41
2
315

2
299

ll""ll""""'m

143

140

134

130

113

115

116

119

128

33
18

31
17

40
22

41
22

46
25

107
3,510

106
3,541

IIIIIIIIIII"

31
17

28
16

14

"

~

10

1
48
16

Business services, n.e.c
Miscellaneous repair services and hand trades
Motion pictures

205
6

1
26
12

Amusement and recreation, except motion pictures."—"""IllIIIIIIIIII
Engineering and other professional services, n.e.c
Addenda; Financial institutions
Nonfinancial corporations




_

""Ill""""""

96
4,108

101
4,219

101
4,227

96
3,912

97
3,693

94
3,543

100
3,526

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

139

Allowances by Industry: Annually, 1929-47
[Millions of dollars]
1939
AH industries, total

_

1940

1941

1942

1943

1944

1945

1946

1947

3,736

3,831

4,250

5,048

5,363

6,059

6,368

4,668

Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries

28

29

28

29

31

30

30

25

Farms
Agricultural services, forestry, and fisheries..
Mining

20
8

23

22
6

23
6

25
6

24
6

24
6

18

268

254

222

232

235

6
240
246

Metal mining
Anthracite mining
Bituminous and other soft coal mining.

35
7
37

Crude petroleum and natural gas
Nonmetallic mining and quarrying.,
Contract construction.

145
16

51
9
41

34
7
41

41
8
43

37
0
46

160
17

136
17

121
19

122

125
18

11
8
45
123
19

3,346

2,238

1,811

1,204
250

183
526
42

18

40

45

50

46

1,891

2,430

2,827

973

1,040

1,239

1,382

190
8
90

194
8

11
66
4S

11
68
47

13
74
47

210
8
108
15
84
48

210
7
109
14
87
43

219
8
107
15
88
46

22»
8
106
17
90
46

126
374
29

134
384
29

160
405
31

208
510
36

259
593
43

296
831
58

339
850
123

1,570

Nondurable goods...

957
190
8
93

Food and kindred products..
Tobacco manufactures.j
Textile mill products
Apparel and other finished fabric products-.
Paper and allied products
Printing, publishing, and allied industriesChemicals and allied products..,
Products of petroleum and coaL
Rubber products
Leather and leather products-

56

41
3,310
1,679

111
23
86
50

12

Electrical machinery
Transportation equipment, except automobiles. _
Automobiles and automobile equipment

12

12

11

11

16

851

1,191

1,445

1,631

1,535

944

29
23
65

33
22

36
22
64

37
23
67

37
23
67

33
25
65

36
30
64

208
33
100

232
34
105

283
54
136

449
85
182

549
132
206

658
149
217

590
140
217

317
58
160

31

Iron and steel and their products, including ordnance....
Nonferrous metals and their products
Machinery, except electrical

12

692

29
21
64

Lumber and timber basic products
Furniture and finished lumber products..
Stone, clay, and glass products

12

613

.

52
37

60
106

91
125
103

105
150
138

134
163
142

114
169
141

77
39
123

59
22

25

29

41

41

40

294

420

673

619

789

1,046

470

63
80
46

160
84
53

313
83
52

331
89
53

519
95
51

778
93
51

213
S3
58

41
U
30

40
15
32

52
20
32

163
15
28

81
12
34

55
14
35

51
23

34
45

28

20

18

18

19

19

19

20

209

195

201

236

249

253

203
6

189
6

195
6

228
8

242
7

462

462

473

486

447
15

446
16

458
15

473
13

305

Miscellaneous manufacturing..

309

330

334

20

Transportation

312
87
78
47

Railroads
_._
Local and highway passenger transportation
Highway freight transportation and warehousing..
Water transportation
_
Air transportation (common carriers)
Pipeline transportation

—.

Services allied to transportation.,
Communication

44
6
41

1,665

42

Manu fac turi ng_

Durable goods

37
6
40
148
15

7
206

_

Telephone, telegraph, and related services
Radiobroadcasting and television

—-

-

•

Electric, gas, and sanitary services-.Utilities: electric and gas..—

_

-

Local utilities and public services, n.e.c
Wholesale and retail trade

-

22

17

246
7

258
251
7

238
238
0

510

565

587

462

499
11

554
11

574
13

449
13

318

305

295

383

82
213

112
271

79
226

80
229

89
241

90
244

85
233

85
220

427

Wholesale trade
_
Retail trade and automobile services
—•
Finance, insurance, and real estate
Banking
Security and commodity brokers, dealers, and exchanges,
finance, n.e.c.
--•
Insurance carriers
Insurance agents and combination offices..
Real estate

448

448

402

394

393

391

419

55
1
25

55
1
38

55
1
40

54
1
19

53
1
14

51
1
17

49
1
23

66
o
29

43
1
302

43
2
309

40
2
310

37
2
289

32
2

26
2
296

20
1
297

19
4
309

Services

141

143

146

154

141

141

171

51
23

51
22

25

_.

__

Hotels and other lodging places
Personal services.........:.

50
27

60
27

16

17

18

17

21

2
28
13

1
30
14

2
29
14

2
35
14

2
31
12

2
36
17

105
3,631

106
3,725

103
4,147

98
4,950

74
6,294

93
4,575

15

Miscellaneous repair services and hand trades
Motion pictures
-

--

147

49
27

50
26

_„-

292

49

Amusement and recreation, except motion picturesEngineering and other professional services, n.e.c—
Addenda: Financial institutions
_.
Non financial corporations...




5,274

82
5,977

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

140

Table 6.18.—Corporate Capital Consumption
[Millions of dollars]

6,986

Cnulo petroleum and natural gas
Mining and quarrying of nonmctallic minerals

17
85

18
93

249
39

313
43

14,950

75

79

99

530

585

610

614

753

21
102
358
49

16
101

20

73
107

411

429
62

31
102
410
71

57

17,403

482
91

285

327

400

6,246

7,238

8,309

3,129

3,665

4,247

559
17

617
19

698
21

223
56
204
131

242
59

258
64

290
72

234
143

275
154

338
182

539

660
1,078

784
1,341

916
1,549

67
23

432
861
86
26

110
27

126
27

151
30

1,715

2,049

2,491

3,117

3,573

4,062

129

121
40
152

131
43
180

136
45
222

142
53
244

284

435

525
204

700
234

1,011
267

1,177
295

1,297
337

273
132

302
150

354
179

417
217

472
263

547
301

628
352

56
185

64
202

62
228

88
249

120
294

148
382

167
456

134
526

33
63

38
63

74

75
80

83
88

94
97

112
115

2,046

2,205

2,501

430
13

463
14

516
15

174
48
140
95

193
48
154
107

210
54

80

277
655

327
731

369
767

67
22

63
25

1,421

Apparel and other fabricated textile products-

4,550

156
41

Textile mill products

243

3,920

371
11

•

204

3,615

1,802

—

173

3,223
_.-

Nondurable goods
Food and kindred products..
Tobacco manufactures

1,569

28
100

91
32
115

146

158

240
122

122

Paper and allied products
Printing, publishing, and allied industries
Chemicals and allied products
Petroleum refining and related industries
Rubber and miscellaneous plastic products
Leather and leather products
Durablo goods
Lumber and wood products, except f u r n i t u r e
Furniture and fixtures
Stone, clay, and glass products
Primary metal Industries
Fabricated metal products
Machinery, except electrical
Electrical machinery
Transportation equipment and ordnance, except motor vehicles.
Motor vehicles and motor vehicle equipment
Instruments
Miscellaneous manufacturing industries
Transportation.
_
...

179
122

268
5,260
2,769
546
14

59

826

Pipeline transportation

963

1,223

1,385

1,609

1,706

1,959

395
136

432
125

599
133

725
135

851
138

895
121

1,026
141

112
77
85
31

Air transportation

897

378
121

Railroad transportation
Local, suburban, and highway passenger
Motor freight transportation and warehousing-.
Water transportation
_
_

133
91

152
92

198
105

212
112

233
121

262
123

325
136

85
33

95
56

103

144

173

179

49

74

22

Radfo broadcasting and television.

24

37

38

345

413

449

471

517

312
11

„___,.

24

323

Transportation services
Communication
Telep

13,165

72

140

Contract construction
Manufacturing

472

195
33

Metal mining.
Coal mining...

390

1955

11,477

10,251

52

19
82

Mining

8,800

46

329

Agriculture, forestry, a n d fisheries.

7,946

39

All Industries, total

1954

1953

1952

1951

1950

1949

1348

326
19

390
23

424
25

445
26

485
32

579
534
45

53

58

72
647
586
61

Electric, gas, and sanitary services.

527

564

663

777

851

988

1,245

1,514

Wholesale and retail trade
Wholesale trade.
Retail trade

750

900

1,029

1,156

1,225

1,296

1,406

1,681

248
502

316
584

433
723

456
769

481
815

528
878

656
1,025

526

641

372
657
684

798

864

974

1,112

1,278

73
30
2

83
69
3

91
40
3

101
41
3

112
46
3

125
54
3

144
63

174
83

5
445

45
6
499

64
582

75
7
621

90
10
692

101
12
788

114
14
889

375

400

462

496

565

644

763

98
60
72

103
67
90

110
70
104

117
76
119

132
75
134

151
88
163

10

114
12
101

Finance, insurance, and real estate

_

Banking
Credit agencies, holding and other investment companies"
Security and commodity brokers
_
Insurance carriers
Insuranco agents, brokers, and service

Real estate

Services
Ilotels and other lodging places
Personal services
Miscellaneous business services

29
4

""11111"

_
_

303

_

82
47
47

Automobile repair, automobile services, and garages.
Miscellaneous repair services
Motion pictures
_
Amusement and recreation services, except motion pictures
Miscellaneous professional services
_.
...
Addenda: Financial institutions
Nonfinancial corporations....




I"I"..""I!

25
4
54
"

5
83

40
6
71

55
6
79

29
15

34
17

35
18

21

119
6,867

139
7,807

159
8,641

193
10,058

217
11,260

252
12,913

51
25
289
14,661

13
117
61
31
341
17,062

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

141

Allowances by Industry* Annually, 1948-65
[Millions of dollars]
1958

1957

AH industries, total

1959

1960

1962

1961

1964

1963

1965

20,815

22,014

23,512

24,908

26,240

30,067

31,750

33,867

Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries.

106

130

142

162

192

212

235

249

263

Mining

870

S55

960

971

1,001

l,0b9

1,052

1,061

1,053

Metal mining.
Coal mining—

85
129

78
128

133
132

123
131

82
140

109
157

88
145

Crude petroleum and natural gas

548
103

527
122

564
131

584
133

633

G34

635
134

Mining and quarrying of nonmetallic minerals-

519

948
31

1,011
36

1,052
40

320
83

319
86

328
86

464
250

478

1,127
1,944

ICO

926

7,034

7,576

8,066

3,661

1,294
52

1,327

361

392
118

406
116

500
299

545
315

650
383

666
420

1,228
1,973

1,230
1,993

1,342
2,054

It 624
2,218

1,725
2,481

218
40

220
40

232
45

256
42

304
43

310
50

5,047

5,205

5,535

5,794

6,832

7,022

7,644

8,308

194
72
462

206
78
466

224
83
507

220
84
535

248
93
620

240
86
640

1,399

1,306
428

1,290
449

1,391
493

1,413
520

1,756
637

1,783
659

755
435

774
476

478

902
513

964
571

1,116
650

1,090
716

238
730

278
741

310
730

344
742

358
748

397
895

429
931

151
135

168
148

180
149

196
140

240
141

270
150

295
149

2,179

2,259

2,309

2,3S8

2,840

2,903

3,073

3,171

972
141

917
132

859
127

835
144

1,085
158

1,070
157

407
145

410
183

499
201

524
207

518
195

261
79

301

337

414

87

92

498
97

87
85

86

86

1,824

2,002

839
765
74

943
867
76

1,026
941
85

2,036

_.

16,969

964
146

Air transportation

15,610

2,098

Railroad transportation
Local, suburban, and highway passenger
Motor freight transportation and warehousingWater transportation
_
_

863
14,597

185
67
362

'.'.

780

13,916

4,849

_

Instruments._
_
_
Miscellaneous manufacturing industries
Transportation
_
_...

2,258

2,388

96

Transportation services

768

Communication

691

Radio broadcastingDand television.

1,882
2,018

Wholesale and retail trade

2,026
779
1,247

706
11,964
6,170
1,117
42

619
250
555
98

552
126

2,156

2,316

101

122

129

1,124

77

Electric, gas, and sanitary services...

1,352

1,662

1,036

1,249
103

1,553
109

2,492

2,772

2,813

2,876

3,019

2,630

2,747

3,001

3,116

2,975

3,115

2,377

Banking
_
Credit agencies, holding and other investment companies..
Security and commodity brokers
_
—
—•

Hotels and other lodging places .
Personal s e r v i c e s . . . „ . . . . . _
Miscellaneous business services
—
Automobile repair, automobile services, and garages..
Miscellaneous repair services
Motion pictures..
_
£i£usement and recreation services, except motion pictures....

751
1,267

784
1,372

835
1,481

822
1,555

904
1,726

937
1,810

1,783

Wholesale trade
Hetall trade..
III~_._~I""I~~I
Finance, insurance, and real estate




5,810

189
38

Primary metal industries
Fabricated metal products
Machinery, except electrical
•
Electrical machinery
Transportation equipment and ordnance, except motor vehicles.
Motor vehicles and motor vehicle equipment

Financial institutions

5,660

1,045
1,856

Lumber and wood products, except furniture..
Furniture and
fixtures
_
Stone, clay, and glass products

Addenda:

5,425

419
223

Textile mill products
Apparel and other fabricated textile products..
Paper and allied products...Printing, publishing, and allied industries
Chemicals and allied products.
Petroleum refining and related industries
Rubber and miscellaneous plastic products.—
Leather and leather products

Insurance carriers
_
_
insurance agents, brokers, and service
Real estate
_
Services

11,345

327
74

Nondurable goods
Food and kindred productsTobacco manufactures

Pipeline transportation

669

10.865

783
27

Manufacturing

—

642

10,472

4,981

Contract construction

Durable goods

562

9,830

146

36,300

1,939

2,187

2,360

2,608

2,744

222
127
5

248
142

268
157
8

295
173

321
207
10

355
222
12

383
230
12

138
18
1,116

148
21
1,218

164
22
1,320

198
27
1,486

204
34
1,584

239
33
1,747

262
37
1,820

1,090

1,140

1,348

1,535

1,636

1,888

2,134

198
108
267

197
124
298

225
138
334

246
148

266
172
423

301
179
505

311
196
582

244
22
117

258
12

332
15
110

14
101

359
17
107

436
22
121

522
23
130

107
46

139
55

204
61

216
76

249
75

259
111

45

797
30,953

2,300

2,666

918
32,949

962
35,338

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

142

Table 6.19.—Corporate Sales
[Millions of dollars]
1938

Lino
All Industries, total
Agriculture, forestry, and

fisheries.

Farms. .._-*-._.-.Agricultural services, forestry, a n d fisheries.
Mining
Metal mining
Anthracite mining
Bituminous and other soft coal mining..
Crude petroleum and natural gas
Nonmctalllc mining and quarrying
Contract construction
Manufacturing
Nondurable-goods
Food a n d kindred products..
Tobacco manufactures
Tcxtllo mill products
Apparel and other finished fabric products..
Paper and allied products
Printing, publishing, and allied industries..
Chemicals and allied products
Products of petroleum a n d coal
Rubber products
Leather and leather products.
Durable goods

35

L u m b e r and timber basic products
Furnlturo and finished lumber products
Stone, clay, a n d glass products
_
Iron and steel and their products, including ordnance
Nonforrous metals and their products
Machinery, except electrical
Electrical machinery
Transportation equipment, except automobiles.
Automobiles and automobile equipment
Miscellaneous manufacturing
Transportation
,
Railroads
Local and highway passenger transportation
H i g h w a y freight transportation and warehousing.
Water transportation
,
Air transportation (common carriers).
Pipeline transportation
Services allied t o transportation.,
Communication
Telephone, telegraph, and related services
Radio broadcasting and television

4G

Electric* gas, a n d sanitary services
Utilities: electric and gas

49

Local utilities find public services, n.e.c

I

Wholesale and retail trade
Wholesale trade
Retail trade and automobile services
Services and other lodging places..
Hotels
Personal services
,

II.IIIIIIII~"

Business services, n.e.c
Miscellaneous repair services and hand tradeV.V_"."IIIII'
Motion pictures
Amusement and recreation, except motion pictures" "
59

Engineering and other professional services, n.e.c.

i Excludes finance, insurance, and real estate.




THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

143

by Industry *: Annually, 1929-47
[Millions of dollars)
Line

1939

All Industries, total

1940

1941

1942

1943

1944

1945

1946

120,789

135,248

176,181

202,777

233,435

216,737

239,512

270,619

Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries..

577

608

712

768

826

879

931

1,140

Farms
Agricultural services, forestry, and fisheries..
Mining.!
-

528
49

566
42

663
49

727
41

787
39

841

885
46

1,080
54

3,789

4,120

712
354

636
439

1,609
857

1,574
991

2,731

3,723

3,865

3,579

973
222

1,095
256

1,260
303

818
323

784
704

Nonmetallic mining and quarrying

3,114

798
194

Metal mining.
Anthracite miningBituminous and other soft coal mining..
Crude petroleum and natural gas

920
727

1,167

1,271
636

1,417

272
2,473

57,159

65,755

35,184

37,622

11,877
1,319

12,372
1,415

48,728
15,767
1,581

20.G02
1,800

3,869
2,342

4,207
2,509

0,068
3,379

7,616
3,961

22,373
2,101
8,011
4,115

1,747
2,220

2,023
2,369

2,791
2,577

2,877
2,063

4,251
5,254

4,764
5,523

6,437
6,659

1,069
1,236

1,153
1,287

21,975
905
1,224

Durable goods
Lumber and timber basic products
Furniture and finished. lumbert S - - l U C products
Stone, clay, a n d .
r products, including ordnance.
Iron and steel ani
Nonferrous metals and their products..
Machinery, except electrical
Electrical machinery
Transportation equipment, except automobiles..
Automobiles and automobile equipment...
Miscellaneous manufacturing..
Transportation....
_
Railroads
Local and highway passenger transportation..;...
Highway freight transportation and warehousing..
Water transportation

150,960

138,725

136,836

69,708

70,662

83,004

23,806
2,148

23,951
2,243

27,884
20

7,718
3,957

7,690
4,001

10,121
6,647

3,268
3,096

3,473
3,449

3,565
3,804

4,295
4,728

7,205
7,478

8,612
8,500

9,822
9,853

9,834
10,007

10,594
10,237

1,689
1,780

1,883
2,112

2,906
2,165

3,332
2,150

3,366
2,201

3,085
2,808

28,133

43,295

58,081

76,783

81,252

68,063

53,832

1,071
1,389

1,505
1,797

1,710
1,881

1,659
1,936

1,008
1,998

1,423
2,005

2,000
2,734

1,486
5,974

1,682
7,549

2,283
11,756

2,298
16,333

2,352
20,534

2,290
20,837

2,322
18,495

2,900
13,523

1,617
3,463

1,988
4,568

2,882
7,222

3,157
9,437

4,286
10,732

4,379
11,012

3,969
9,801

4,255
8,995

2,462
1,568

3,747
3,924

5,022
12,271

6,585
22,322

8,012
24,622

7,070
17,141

5,415
2,817

4,701
1,155

6,555
1,624

3,990
1,982

3,788
2,689

3,715
2,779

3,092
2,745

0,506
4,681

7,769

9,526

11,527

13,661

14,307

14,052

13,775

4,722
772

5,840
857

7,887
1,132

9,610
1,406

10,045
1,454

9,699
1,485

8,580
1,540

728
664

.-

Leather and leather products.

480
4,220

4,632
791

Printing, publishing, and allied industries-

357
2,869

7,364

Textile mill products
Apparel and other finished fabric products..
Paper and allied products

359
3,101

3,577
1,028

Food and kindred products.
Tobacco manufactures
-

793

1,006
1,047

1,061
729

1,160
680

1,188
726

1,232
670

1,536
918

131

187
318

191
236

223
243

263
252

327
219

514
190

Air transportation (common carriers).,
Pipeline transportation

88
260

Services allied to transportation

201

Communication

1,537

293
226
1,525

354
3,452
92,023

4,643
116,278
58,197

373
4,219
141,930
65,147

271

291

339

370

420

491

1,676

2,023

2,298

2,517

2,727

2,835

2,400
327

2.431
404

1,401
136

Electric, gas, and sanitary services

1,364
161

1,495
181

1,841
182

2,064
234

2,210
307

3,624

, telegraph, and related services.,
broadcasting and television

3,827

4,130

4,236

4,477

4,793

4,931

5,156

4,368
109

4,687
106

4,818
113

5,018
138

3,505
119

Utilities: electric and gas
Local utilities and public services, n.e.c..

3,708
119

4,007
123

4,132
104

42,262

57,0*1

55,184

57,616

61,023

65,905

95,736

23,532
23,106

29,707
27,374

29,026
26,158

30,306
27,310

32,311
28,712

34,746
31,159

51,414
44,322

3,327

Wholesale trade
Retail trade and automobile services
Services
Hotels and other lodging places..
Personal services

46,638

21,314
20,948

Wholesale and retail trade

Business services, n.e.c
Miscellaneous repair services and hand trades
Motion pictures
-

395

744
378
1,673
821

1,844
857

Nondurable goods

3,539

3,858

4,253

4,829

5,282

5,583

6,801

665
724

715
S03

896
858

903

1,035
950

1,229
1,147

565
622

•

Amusement and recreation, except motion picturesEngineering and other professional services, n.e.c._.




648

251

Manufacturing

Teli

851

3,875

2,208

Contract construction

Chemicals and allied products
Products of petroleum and coal- - Rubber products
_.

38

653

728

789
61

849

812
128

911
148

1,045
157

1,169
122

1,456
130

883
212

949
232

1,004
267

1,149
266

1,327
264

1,483

1,574
378

1,817
572

255

252

251

380

425

420

355

450

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

144

Table 6.19.—Corporate Sales by
[Millions of dollars]
1049

1950

388,103

All Industrie*, total.

1952

1951

1948

Lino

369,495

431,103

.487,701

1953

1954

1955

498,513

522,253

515,707

598,156

1,872

1,819

1,954

1956
631,088

Agriculture, forestry.and fisheries.

1,663

1,677

1,803

2,104

2,034

1,739

Mining

7,595

6,563

8,254

9,313

9,363

8,998

8,236

9,456

10,451

1,214
3,201

925
2,284

1,247
2,831

1,500
2,969

1,437
2,665

1,337
2,372

1,382
1,950

1,794
2,247

1,991
2,725

2,436
744

2,602
752

3,313

4,178
1,083

4,175
1,114

3,746

1,006

4,021
1,394

4,209
1,526

T

Motal mining.
Coalmining...
Crudo petroleum and natural gas

.-..

Mining and Quarrying of nonmetallic minerals...
Contract construction

9,227

-

9,739

863
11,358

14,010

15,052

15,959

250,247

256,116

275,543

134,995

134,901

137,748

1,158
17,215

19,742

23,183

302,218

314,799

154,231

160,472

45,787
3,870

46,900
4,020

195,998

183,652

112,345

105,077

37,386
3,029

35,765
3,114

38,087
3,207

43,483
3,395

44,065
3,720

43,860
3,771

139,884
44,933
3,675

Textilo mill products
Apparel and other fabricated textile products..
Paper and allied products
Printing, publishing, and allied industries
Chemicals and allied products
Petroleum refining and related industries
Rubber and miscellaneous plastic products
Leather and leather products
_
Durable goods

11,900
8,527

10,332
7,905

12,653
8,441

13,896
8,997

12,718
9,143

12,162
9,002

11,364
8,955

13,203
10,132

12,888
9,650

5,904
6,169

5,355

6,833
6,690

8,277
7,349

7,725
7,861

8,232
8,436

9,819
9,844

10,693
10,684

13,225
19,411

12,405
17,560

15,368
19,281

17,217
23,481

16,936
23,904

17,682
25,650

8,431
8,713
17,900
27,509

20,661

21,810

3,657
3,137

3,408
2,901

4,605
3,174

5,452
3,448

5,515
3,314

5,727
3,226

5,349
3,055

6,677
3,406

6,715
i 456

83,653

78,675

97,819

115,252

121,215

137,795

124,986

147,987

154,327

Lumber and wood products, except furniture..
Furniture and fixtures

4,430
2,424

3,909
2,267

5,250
3,007

5,555
3,219

5,529
3,357

5,271
3,343

5,148
3,424

6,365
4,166

6,349
4,210

Stone, clay, and glass products
Primary metal industries
Fabricated metal products
Machinery, except electrical
.--.
Electrical machinery
Transportation equipment and ordnance, except motor
vehicles.

4,095
17,155

3,942
14,739

5,005
19,035

5,718
23,036

5,581
20,730

6,486
23,822

6,605
20,095

8,006
26,596

28,117

9,335
14,222

8,446
12,894

10,792
14,851

12,672
19,565

12,669
21,085

14,154
22,080

20,017

15,641
21,610

16,088
25[ 137

7,874

7,516
3,986

10,105
4,257

11,602
6,252

13,865
9,960

15,793
12,612

14,919
11,591

16,058
12,003

18,292
13,832

Motor vehicles and motor vehicle equipment
Instruments
Miscellaneous manufacturing industries.

13,519

14,776
1,839

18,500
2,310

19,426
3,063

19,762
3,571

24,753

20,213
3,864

26,964
4,338

22,688
4,963

4,261

4,707

5,154

5,106

5,412

6,240

6,631

21,212

24,233

25,720

11,125
1,566

•as

1,771
560

Manufacturing

-

-

Nondurablo goods
Food and kindred products..
Tobacco manufactures

29

-.

Transportation

4,722

118,239

_

Pipeline transportation

18,740

9,342
1,546

10,200
1,439

2,451
2,019

2,677
1,830

3,408
1,678

3,856
2,186

4,193
2,173

4,664
2,158

10,178
1,469
4,697
1,844

832
339

954
474

1,183
540

1,352

1,400
509

1,567
545

22,199
11,234
1,575

545

587

709

4,571

4,646

5,047

4,204
442

4,503
544

5,211

6,481

Electric, gas, and sanitary services..

6,868

7,738

696
8,658

130,462

153,004

72,617
63,081

67,168
63,294

81,569
71,435

166,023
90,519
75,204

8,584

8,777

9,101

1,409
1,473

1,383
1,491

1,916
339

2,094

Automobile repair, automobile services, and garagesMiscellaneous repair services
Motion pictures
\\
Amusement and recreation services, except motion pictures
Miscellaneous professional services
_
.__„"."""

246
1,914
643
644

Services.-.

__

Hotels and other lodging places..
Personal services
Miscellaneous business services

_

1 Excludes finance, insurance, and real estate.




1,856
652

22,895
11,608
1,725

568
784

135,698

Wholesale and retail trade
Wholesale trade.
Retail trade

11,536
1,593

5,907

4,158
413

__.

Radio broadcasting and television..

48

5,432

17,111

18,286
10,626
1,554

575

Transportation services
Communication
Telephone and telegraph..

4,049

264,870

725
336

Railroad transportation
Local, suburban, and highway passenger
Motor freight transportation and warehousing..
Water transportation
Air transportation

1,918

216,058

5,902
2,217

831

912

1,092

1,159

9,644

10,851
9,511
1,340

7,554

8,330

6,797
6,017
780

6,709
845

7,329
1,001

8,280
1,364

9,544

10,418

11,445

12,731

13,987

170,523

204,438

214,481

83,834

103,512
100,926

110,987
103,494

12,004

13,875

15,662
1,90*
2,357
4,614
llOU

166,341

167,559

10,156

88,273
78,068
11,067

84,993
82,566
11,588

1,374
1,529

1,461
1,690

1,503
1,674

1,609
1,846

1,639
1,845

2,340
390
296
1,826

2,748
500

3,185
550

3,319
647

3,549
610

1,795
2,099
4,148
804

403
1,804

424
1,945

486
1,850

466
2,049

573
2,273

882

777
1,009

784
1,047

839
1,007

943
1,240

627
719

701
2,447
1,061
1,537

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145

1

Industry : Annually, 1948-65
[Millions of dollars]
1957
AH industries, total

fisheries

Mining
Metal mining
._
Coalmining
Crude petroleum and natural gas

,
.,

Mining and quarrying of nonmetallic minerals

1962

1963

1064

656,907

737,302

763,198

780,652

849,102

892,629

963,910

2,761

2,375

4,215

5,077

5,978

7,493

5,947

6,523

9,550

9,885

10,408

11,616

11,955

12,448

12,823

14,423

2,166
2,912

1,604
2,279

1,749
2,191

2,124
2,219

2,005
2,298

1,859
2,116

2,362
2,327

4,550
1,511

4,121
1,546

4,467
1,478

4,572
1,493

5,596
1,717

6,037
1,943

5,543
2,216

1,056,762

36,743

40,311

44,731

48,670

56,100

369,911

399,660

419,324

453,667

502,678

172,873

187,026

190,873

197,286

208,844

216,924

233,878

253,742

55,679
4,484

58,274
4,832

58,822
4,048

62,319
5,087

64,383
6,041

11,874
10,882

14,233
11,882

13,593
12,462

13,579
12,895

64,183
5,420
15,216
15,017

10,840
11,127

10,665
11,411

11,612
12,274

11,641
13,413

12.218
13,624

13,008
14,677

12,892
15,554

22,607
34,871

26,136
36,107

26,269
37,915

28,424
37,366

29,617
39,104

32,706
41,812

6,671
3,494

6,854
3,546

7,757
3,919

7,765
4,045

7,923
3,851

8,810
3,892

8,704
4,918

163,031

149,054

170,657

173,739

172,625

190,816

202,400

219,789

248,936

5,723
4,367

6,107
4,275

7,213
4,959

7,117
5,112

6,970
4,955

8,099
5,487

8,685
5,834

8,436
28,229

9,330
23,597

10,612
27,229

10,396
26,925

10,364
26,170

11,044
28,294

11,875
28,478

17,265
25,871

16,702
21,823

18,565
24,999

18,966
26,054

19,644
25,910

23,202
28,541

22,543
30,004

19,339
16,548

19,644
15,960

22,564
16,707

23,030
17,080

23,791
17,852

25,309
17,842

27,547
20,570

25,158
5,276

19,442
5,327

24,316
6,217

26,197
6,296

23,378
6,889

28,606
7,469

32,342

6,819

6,842

7,276

6,566

6,702

6,923

6,821

27,246

25,858

28,667

29,279

29,926

32,224

35,773

38,836

11,705
1,679

10,759
1,589

11,072
1,810

10,848
1,764

10,382
1,888

10,518
1,982

34,526
10,903
2,019

6,701

6,520
2,573

8,198
2,663

8,232
2,758

8,814
2,592

10,001
2,917

10,706
3,281

2,264
704

2,376
730

2,870
646

3,429
691

3,521
808

3,928
763

4,441

1,295

1,311

1,408

1,557

1,921

2,115

2,208

11,793

12,155

13,704

15,164

15,767

17,189

20,910

13,635
2,132

14,775
2,414

18,254
15,673
2,581

19,386

13,019
2,145
19,689

20,630

22,059

22,931

21,302

25,695

330,851

356,308

32,491

35,289

_.
_

__

Leather and leather products
_

Lumber and wood products, except furniture
Furniture and fixtures
Stone, clay, and glass products
Primary metal industries
Fabricated metal products
Machinery, except electrical
-.
Electrical machinery
Transportation equipment and ordnance, except motor
vehicles.
Motor vehicles and motor vehicle equipment
Instruments
Miscellaneous manufacturing Industries

-

Transportation
Railroad transportation
Local, suburban, and highway passenger...
Motor freight transportation and warehousing
Water transportation
Air transportation

•

Pipeline transportation
Transportation services

32,362
364,612

22,938
36,059

Food and kindred products
Tobacco manufactures
Textile mill products
_
Apparel and other fabricated textile products
Paper and allied p r o d u c t s . .
Printing, publishing, and allied industries
Chemicals and allied products
Petroleum refining and related industries
Rubber and miscellaneous plastic products

31,832
357,683

12,613

Nondurable goods...

27,841
321,927

49,062
4,211

,

26,830

166,349

_

Manufacturing

—

Communication.

•

Telephone and telegraph

•

10,156
1,637

10,445
1,710

11,820
1,884

Radio broadcasting and television

•

15,082

16,140

17,953

Electric, gas, a n d sanitary services
Wholesale a n d retail trade

.-.

-

16,042
14,272

7,751

968

229,339

-

--•

Wholesale t r a d e . . .
—
Retail trade
Services...
Hotels a n d other lodging places
-—•
Personal services
Miscellaneous business services
-Automobile repair, automobile services, and garages
Miscellaneous repair services....
Motion pictures
Amusement and recreation services, except motion pictures
Miscellaneous professional services




1965

329,380

Contract construction

Durable goods

1961

11,139

__

1960

2,034

_

1059

670,266

_

Agriculture, forestry, a n d

1958

223,119

254,158

265,363

266,419

293,119

302,904

119,813
109,526
17,423

114,453

130,189
123,969

135,192
130,171

133,481
132,938

146,070
147,049

147,171
155,733

21,045

22,106

24,563

26,607

30,018

2,244
3,004

2,500
3,128

2,585
3,430

2,874
3,425

2,978
3,846

7,403
1,515

7,510
1,764

9,347
2,054

10,586
2,419

568
2,379

581
2,071

8,371
1,980
646
2,420

798
2,560

857
2,377

1,714
2,218

1,970
2,582

2,165
2,966

2,335
3,214

2,556
4,399

2,095
2,451

108,666
17,556

873
2,351

1,992
2,618
5,657
1,283
505
2,201

1,245
1,906

1,385
1,915

5,413
1,089

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147

7. Supplementary Tables
Table

7.1

Page

Gross National Product: Receipts and Expenditures by Major Economic Groups:
Annually, 1929-65

148

7.2

Monetary and Imputed Interest: Annually, 1929- 65

150

7.3

Imputations Included in the National Income and Product Accounts: Annually,
1929-65

152

Corporate Profits and Inventory Valuation Adjustment: Quarterly Totals Not
Seasonally Adjusted, 1946-65

154

Relation of Corporate Profits, Taxes, and Dividends in the National Income and
Product Accounts to Corresponding Totals as Tabulated by the Internal
Revenue Service: Annually, 1929-63

154

Selected Per Capita Income and Product Series in Current and Constant Dollars:
Annually, 1929-65

156

7.4
7.5

7.6

215-880 O~-6&-^-l!i




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148

Table 7.1.—Gross National Product: Receipts and
[Billions of dollars]

Receipts

Excess
of receipts
Expendi- or extures penditures

Receipts

of receipts
or expenditures
()

Receipts

Excess
of receipts
Expendi- or extures penditures

Excess
of reExceipts
pendi- or extures penditures
)

74.5
1.2

64.0
.9

48.7
.7

45.5
.7

81.4

73.3

63.1

48.0

44.9

60.5

77.2

3.4

4.2

11.2

11.3
1.8
9.5

5.3

8.6

16.2

10.3

-5.1

8.5

1.4

1.0

9.3
2.7
6.7

8.9
2.6
6.3

8.0

8.1

-1.8

-2.9

1.0

1.1

90.4

103.1
1940

90.4

75.8

1941

58.0

75.8
1942

.6

55.6

58.0

92.7
1.1

116.9
.8

133.5
.8

74.7

91.6

116.1

132.7

Business:
Gross retained earnings •
Gross private domestic investment..
Excess of Investment(-)

10-5

80.6
3.8

11.4
-2.7

17.7
4.4
13.3
14.0

24.8

™ 7

99.7

1.0
99.7

.4
124.5

Business:
Gross retained earnings '
Oross private domestic investment
Excess of investment ( - )

Foreign:
Net transfers to foreigners
Net exports
Net foreign investment
Statistical discrepancy
Gross national product

„
_

-3.8

-31.4

.0

.4
124.5

10.0
51.2
6.5
44.7

88.6

-1.8

157.9

-2.0

157.9

191.6

1953

210.1

191.6

-51.8

2.1

2.5

2.5
210.1
1955

1954

238.3
3.5

252.6
4.3

257.4
4.6

275.3
5.1

2215

234.8

248.3

252.9

270.2

206.3

216.7

17.3
35.1

59.3

S4.8
19.9
64.9

2.5

3.7

&3

3.3

328.4

52.6

81.6

2.2

345.5

3.0

3.0
364.6

67.4

-12.5
100.4
23.4
76.9

2.5

2.3
1.8

2.1
364.6

46.3
51.7

74.8

-6.9

.3

2.2

254.4
16.4

89.7
21.9
67.8

2.5

2.2

345.5

39.2
-16.5

94.3
19.5
74.8
-3.8

-.2

328.4

36.1

74.7

236.5

18.3

-16.8

19.0
70.8
5.8

3.5

51.9

230.0

18.2

74.2

2.0

.5
2.7

2.7
364.8

364.8

2.1
398.0

i includes undistributed corporate profits, corporate inventory valuation adjustment, capital consumption allowances, and excess of wage accruals over disbursements.




96.5

-44.1

-2.0

-1.1

37.3

17.1
10.6

2.2

1952

-26.2

~_\
I.™

49.2
4.7
44.4

5.7

108.3
33.4

226.6
3.1

33.1

Government:
Tax and nontax receipts or accruals
Less: Transfers, etc.'
.
Net receipts
Purchases of goods and services
Surplus or deficit ( ~ ) , national income and
product accounts.

16.3

9.8

32.6
4.4
28.2

-1.1

1951
Persons;
Disposable personal income
Less: Interest paid b y consumers and personal
transfers to foreigners.
Disposable personal income excluding interest
paid by consumers and personal transfers to
foreigners.
Personal consumption expenditures
Personal saving

14.5

1.3

-1.5
1.0

27.6

-6.5

25.0
4.0
21.0

1.7

Gross national product..

17.9

146.3
.8
145.5
99.3

88.5

11.0

55.6
1944

1943

75.7
1.0

70. S

-1.4

-.2

.3

Persons:
Disposable personal income
Less: Interest paid by consumers and personal
transfers to foreigners.
Disposable personal income deluding interest
paid by consumers and personal transfers to
foreigners.
Personal consumption expenditures
Personal saving

Foreign:
Net transfers to foreigners
Net exports
Net foreign investment

1.8

2.2

9.2

9.2

-.9

3.2

-.3

9.5
3.1

10.8
1.9
8.9

-.6

5.6

-1.6

45.8

48.6
2.6
3.2

1.0

103.1

Statistical discrepancy

Excess
of reExceipts
pendi- or extures penditures
(
1933

1932

.7

Government:
Tax and nontax receipts or accruals
Less: Transfers, etc. 1
Net receipts
Purchases of goods and services
»
Surplus or deficit (—), national income and
product accounts.

Receipts

83.3
1.0

Statistical discrepancy
Gross national product.

Receipts

1931

1930

1929
Persons:
Disposnblo personal income
Loss: Interest paid by consumers and personal
transfers to foreigners.
Disposable personal income excluding interest
paid by consumers and personal transfers to
foreigners.
Personal consumption expenditures
Personal saving
Business:
Gross retainod earnings >
Gross private domestic investment
-.
Excess of Investment (—)_Government:
Tax ami nontax receipts or accruals
Less: Transfers, etc.*
Net receipts
Purchases of goods and services
Surplus or deficit ( - ) , national income and
product accounts.
Foreign:
Not transfers to foreigners..
N tt exiwrts
t
Net foreign investment

Expenditures

398.0

15.8

-21.1

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149

Expenditures by Major Economic Groups: Annually, 1929-65
[Billions of dollars]

Receipts

Expenditures

Excess
of receipts
or expenditures

Receipts

Expenditures

Excess
of receipts
or expenditures

Receipts

1935

1934

Expenditures

Excess
of receipts
or expenditures

Receipts

1936

Expenditures

Excess
of receipts
or expenditures

Receipts

1937

Expenditures

Excess
of receipts
or expenditures

Recelpts

193S

Expenditures

Excess
of receipts
or expenditures

Line

1939

52.4
.6

58.5

66.3

71.2

65.5
.8

70.3

1
2

51.7

57.8

65.5

70.3

64.6

69.4

3

51.3

55.7

A

61.9
2.1

5.2

6.4
3.3

11.4
3.4
8.0
9.8

10.0

.2
—.4

.5
65.1

.5

—.2

72.2

1945

—.2
72.2

.2

.2

1.2
82.5

1946

90.4

1947

90.4

6
84.7

1948

9
10
11
12
13

-.9

14
15
16

1.3

.2

17

j j

-1.1

o

.0

1.2
82.5

—2.2

13
—.1

6
7
8

13.3
-1.8

.3
.1

—.9
15.4
4.2
11 2

13.0
.3

.1

.1

65.1

11.9

4
5

9 3
1.6

15.0
3.8
11 2

-3.1
.2

,1

.6

15.4
3.2
12.2

Z6
8.4

6.5
—4.0

12.0

-2.0

66.8
.7

8.0

11.8
—1.8

12.9
4.1
8.8

—2.4
.2

7.7
8.5

.0

63.9
3.8

6.7
6.4

1.9
10.5
3.1
7.4

66.5
3.6

.6
84.7

1.3
90.5

1949

90.5

18

Lino

1950

150.2
1.0

160.0
1.4

169.8
1.8

189.1
2.2

188.6
2.4

206.9
2.9

1
2

149.3

158.6

168.0

186.0

186.2

204.1

3

119.7

143.4
29.6

15.1

14.5

10.6

20.2

4.6

82.3

211.9

211.9

4.5

I

.1
208.5

1956

231.3

208.5

231.3

.3

.3
256.5

257.6

293.2
5.9

308.5
6.4

318.8
6.5

337.3
7.1

287.2

302 2

312 3

330.3

Q 1

47.3

356.3

109.0
25.5
83.5

Rfi fi

78.6

2.4

8671"

2.4

-1.1
419.2

.0

.0
441.1

• Inrii




441.1

447.3

8

447.3

483.7

nan* franc far nflvrttPn t.s

-.8
483.7

-3.0
-.8

503.7

17

5.6
-1.7
-1.0

-1.0
503.7

6
7
8

14
15
16

2.6
4.0

2.3

.2
1 6

1.6

107.6

2.4
.1

4
5

9
10
11
12
13

3.7

-2.1

2.4

-3.4

-1.5
-1.1

99.6

97.0

• 2
>

-13.0
144.6
41.3
103.3

139.8
36.5
103.3

128.9
34.0
95.0
94.2

71.7
-18.0

-18.5

-12.5

2.3

4 0

419.2

114.7
33.0
81 6

115.6
28.7

21 °

58.7
74.8

75 3
-11.5

-18.1

335.2

56.8

56.8
60 9

-22.8

3

19.1

49.4

49.8

70 0

22.3

20.7

1
2

325.2

311.2

290.1

281.4

Lino

364.4

342.3

20.6

18

284.8
1961

350.0
7.8

266.7

l.fi
284.8

256.5
1960

1959

17

1.8

6.1
-2.0

—2.0
257.6

1958

1957

1.5

4.0

5.6
-1.9

9

9

14
15
16

37.9
-3.2

6.4
-8.9

-4.6

1.4
3.9

2.2

8.5

11.5

7 5

7.8

9
10
11
12
13

68.7
22.9
45.8
37.8

31.6

2.6

2.9

-.6

—6.0
56.0
21 3
34.7

14.4

4
5
6
7
8

54.1

35.7
—18.0

25.1

13.1
29.4

29.7

58.9
18.8
40.1

5.4

9.4

46.0
—13.8

27.0
-39.5

.8

28.0

56.8
17 3
39 5

32.4

191.0

176.8
13.4

3i6

—16.1

50.9

3.9

7.3

30.6

53.2
10.4
42.8

173.6

160.7
15.2

-.8
520.1

520.1

18

ts\ f are imers. net interest D lid by EC vemraent and subsidies minus current surplus of govern-

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

150

Table 7.1.—Gross National Product: Receipts and Expenditures by Major Economic Groups: Annually, 1929-65-Continued
[Billions of dollarsi

Receipts
Lino

Excess of
Expen- receipts
ditures or expen- Receipts
ditures
(-)

3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

Persona:
Disposable personal income
Less: Interest paid by consumers and personal
transfers to foreigners.
Disposable personal income excluding interest paid
by consumers and personal transfers to foreigners.
Personal consumption expenditures
Personal saving
Business:
Gross retained earnings »
Excess of investment (—)
Government:
Tax and nontax receipts or accruals
Less: Transfers, etc. *

—
157.0
42.8
114 2

ll7.i

-16.8
168.8
44.4
124.3

- ~-

87.1

76.9

560.3

O

431.5
83.4

93.0

-18.4

122.5

-2.5

128.9

.5

590.5

560.3

2.8
8.5

-3.1
-.3

590.5

-1.4
631.7

136.2

-1.4

2.8

-.3

-23.1
189.0
49.6
139.4

1.8

5.9

106.6

-ie.6
174.2
46.7
127.5

2.8

5

11

401.4

-2.9

2.7
5.1

457.2

19.9
68.8

83 0

1965

425.8

21.6
66.3

Excess of
Expen- receipts
ditures or expenditures
C-)

469.1

375.0

355.1

Excess of
receipts
or expen- Receipts
ditures
(-)

436.6
10.7

394.9

376.6

Expenditures

1964

404.6
9.7

385.3
8.6

Purchases of goods and services
Surplus or deficit (—), national income and product accounts.
Foreign:
Not transfers to foreigners
--.
Net exports
Gross national product

Excess of
receipts
or expen- Receipts
ditures
(-)

1963

1962

1
2

Expenditures

-5.7
-1.4

631.7

3.2

7n

-1.6
681.2

-4.2
-1.6

681.2

' Includes government transfer payments to persons, net Government transfer payments
to foreigners, net interest paid by government, and subsidies minus current surplus of
government enterprises.

i Includes undistributed corporate profits, corporate inventory valuation adjustment, capital consumption allowances, and excess of wage accruals over disbursements.

Table 7.2.—Monetary and Imputed
[Billions of dollars]
1929

Line
Net interest (component of national Income)..
Originating in privato business
Monetary interest paid
Imputed interest paid '
Less: Monetary interest received..
Imputed interest received '..
Originating in rest of the world

1930

1931

1932




1937

1938

1939

1940

1941

1942

1943

1944

3.8

3.7

3.6

3.5

3.3

3.2

3.1

2.7

2.3

3.1

3.1

3.0

2.6

2.2

5.5
2.4
4.2
.7

5.3
2.5
4.2
.7

5.0
2.7
4.4
8

4.8
2.9
4.8
8

.1

5.0

4.6

4.1

4.1

4.1

4.3

4.4

4.2

3.7

3.9

3.9

9.8
3.1
7.7
1.1

9.0
2.9
6.7
.9

8.4
2.6
5.9
.7

7.7
2.3
5.2
.7

6.8
1.9
4.4

6.5
2.1
4.3
.5

6.3
2.2
4.1
.5

.2

.2

.6
.1

.5
.0

.3
.0

.3
.0

.2
.0

.6

.1

Net interest paid by government
Addenda:
Monetary interest paid net of interest received by government (3+8+12+13).
Gross interest paid by government
Monetary interest paid (3+8+12+15)..

1936

4.9

Less: Monetary interest paid to abroad

Monetary interest paid by consumers

1935

4.7

.7

Net interest (component of national income)

1934

4.1

Monetary interest received from abroad
Personal interest income (component of personal income).

1933

7.2
4.7
1.0

3.5

3.4

6.0
2.2
4.1
.5

5.9
2.3
4.1

5.7
2.2
3.9
.6

5.7
2.3
4.0

5.5
2.3
4.1
.6

.1

.1

.2

.2
.0

.2
.0

.2
.0

.2
.0

.2
.0

.1
.0

5.5

5.5

5.4

5.5

5.3

5.3

5.6

3.6

3.5

3.3

3.2

3.1

2.7

2.3

.7

.7

.8

.9

.7

.5

.5

1.2

1.2

1.3

1.3

1.5

2.1

2.8

7.8

7.8

7.8

7.9

7.7

7.8

8.3

.0

6.8

6.7

6.3

5.7

5.8

5.7

5.5

4.9

5.0

4.6

4.1

4.1

4.1

3.8

.7

.5

.5

.5

.5

1.5

13.0

3.6

3.4

5.6
3.7
.7

1.0

1.1

1.1

1.2

1.2

1.1

1.1

11.5

10.8

9.9

8.8

8.5

8.1

8.0

•1.2

,ablc differs from line 29 on table 7.3 Line 4 in this table
nrp in«,r n n,A ^ r r w s m& uninsured pension plans, while
I. The interest imputation for these

8.1

institutions does not change total net interest
an equal amount wo '" '
nw lnieresi.

.0

putation were to be discontinued,
X ™
by private business.

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

151

Interest: Annually, 1929-65
[Billions of dollars]
1945

1946

1947

1948

1949

1950

1951

1952

1953

1954

1955

1956

1957

1958

1959

1960

1961

1962

1963

1964

1965

Line

_
2.2

15
.

19
.

18
.

19
.

2.0

2.3

2.6

2.8

3.6

4.1

4.6

5.6

68
.

7.1

8.4

10.0

11.6

13.8

15.5

17.8

1

20
.

1.4

18
.

1.7

1.8

18
.

2.1

2.4

2.7

3.5

3.9

43
.

5.3

65
.

68
.

79
.

94
.

10.9

13.1

14.5

16.8

2

4.9
3.2
5.3
.8

5.0
3.6
6.2
1.0

5.6
4.1
6.7
1.2

6.3
4.3
7.6
1.3

6.9
4.6
8.4
1.4

7.6
5.2
9.5
1.5

8.8
5.7
10.7
1.7

10.0
6.4
12.0
1.9

11.0
7.2
13.5
2.1

12.2
7.7
14.3
2.1

13.9
8.5
16.2
2.3

16.1
9.6
19.7
2.7

18.8
10.5
21.1
2.9

20.8
ll.i
22.4
2.9

23.7
12.3
25.9
3.3

27.1
13.8
29.3
3.6

29.6
14.5
31.0
3,7

34.0
15.3
34.5
3.9

38.4
16.8
38.2
4.0

43.1
18.2
42.7
4.1

48.5
19.9
47.4
4.1

3
4
5
6
7

.1

.1

.1

.1

.2

.2

.2

.2

.1

.2

.2

.2

.3

.3

.3

.5

.6

.7

.8

.9

10
.

.2
.0
63
.

.2
.0

.2
.0

.2
.0

.2
.0

.2
.0

.2
.0

.2
.0

.3
.0

.5
.1

.6
.2

.8
.2

.8
.2

1.1
.3

1.3
.3

1.5
.4

7.9

8.5

9.2

10.6

11.8

14.2

15.7

.3
.1
17.6

.4
.1

7.5

.2
.0
13.1

.2
.0

6.8

.2
.0
99
.

18.9

20.7

23.4

25.0

27.7

31.4

34.6

38.4

8
g
10

22
.

1.5

19
.

1.8

19
.

2.0

2.3

2.6

2.8

3.6

4.1

4.6

5.6

68
.

71
.

8.4

10.0

11.6

13.8

15.5

17.8

11

.5

.8

11
.

1.5

1.9

2.4

2.7

3.0

3.8

4.0

4.7

5.4

5.8

59
.

65
.

73
.

76
.

81
.

91
.

10.1

11.3

12

37
.

4.5

4.4

4.5

4.7

4.8

5.0

5.0

5.2

5.4

5.4

58
.

6.2

62
.

71
.

7.8

7.4

8.0

8.5

9.0

9.3

13

92
.

10.4

11.3

12.5

13.7

15.0

16.7

18.2

20.2

21.9

24.3

27.5

31.2

33.4

37.7

42.8

45.4

50.9

57.1

63.5

70.5

14

9.8
44.9

96
.
47.5

10.4
53.4

11.2
59.8

12.0
66.5

12.7
74.0

15
16

215^880 QL^Gft., , 1 2



THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

152

Table 7.3.—Imputations Included in the National
[Billions of dollars]
1929

Gross national product

-

Imputations included, net (51-f 56+62+69+70+71+
72).
Excluding imputations (1-2)

1930

1931

1932

1933

1934

1935

1936

1937

1938

1939

1940

1941

1942

1943

103.1

90.4

75.8

58.0

55.6

65.1

72.2

82.5

90.4

84.7

90.5

99.7

124.5

157.9

191.6

6.3

6.2

6.2

6.3

7.3

9.1

10.9

84.3

93.4

117.2

148.8

180.7

9.0

8.3

7.4

6.3

5.6

5.fi

5.8

5.9

82.1

68.4

51.7

50.0

59.6

66.4

76.6

84.1

78.5

77.2
6.1

6.5

60.5
5.9

48.6
5.5

45.8
5.1

51.3
4.7

55.7
4.8

61.9
4.8

66.5
4.8

63.9
4.7

66.8
4.1

70.8
3.7

80.6
4.0

88.5
6.3

7.7

71.1

63.4

54.6

43.1

40.7

46.6

50.9

57.1

61.7

59.2

62.7

67.1

76.6

82.2

91.6

16.2
2.9
13.3

10.3
1.8
8.5

5.6
1.5
4.1

1.0
.8
.2

1.4
.5

3.3
.8
2.5

6.4
1.0
5.4

8.5
1.1
7.4

11.8
1.5
10.3

6.5
1.5
5.0

9.3
2.1
7.2

13.1
2.6
10.5

17.9
3.3
14.6

9.8
2.8
7.0

5.7
3.2
2.5

Capital consumption allowances
Imputations included, net (52+57+63)
Excluding imputations (10—11)

7.9
1.1
6.8

8.0
1.1
6.9

7.9
1.1
6.8

7.4
1.2
6.2

7.0
1.2
5.8

6.8
1.2
5.6

1.2
5.7

7.0
1.2
5.8

7.2
1.2
6.0

7.3
1.2
6.1

7.3
1.2
6.1

7.5
1.2
6.3

8.2
1.2
7.0

9.8
1.4
8.4

10.2
1.5
8.7

Indirect business taxes
Imputations included, net (53+64)
Excluding imputations (13-14)...

7.0
1.1
5.9

7.2
1.1
6.1

6.9
1.1
5.8

6.8
1.0
5.8

7.1
.9
6.2

7.8
.9
6.9

8.2
.9
7.3

8.7
.9
7.8

9.2
.9
8.3

9.2
.9
8.3

9.4
.9
8.5

10.0
.9
9.1

11.3
1.0
10.3

11.8
1.0
10.8

12.7
1.1
11.6

86.8
6.8

75.4
6.1

59.7
5.2

42.8
4.1

40.3
3.5

49.5
3.4

57.2
3.7

65.0
3.7

73.6
4.2

67.4
4.1

72.6
4.1

81.1
4.2

104.2
5.1

137.1
6.7

170.3
8.3

Personal consumption expenditures
Imputations included, net (51+56+62+69+70+
71+72-67-68).
Excluding imputations (4—5)
Gross private domestic investment
Imputations included, net (67+68)
Excluding imputations (7—8)

National income
--Imputations included, net (54+55+58+65+66+69+
70+71+72).
Excluding imputations (16-17)

94.1

54.5

38.7

36.8

46.1

53.5

61.3

69.4

63.3

68.5

76.9

99.1

130.4

162.0

Wages and salaries
_
-.
Imputations included, net (70+71+72).
Excluding Imputations (19-20)

50.4
.6
49.8

46.2
.6
45.6

39.1
.4
38.7

30.5
.3
30.2

29.0
.3
28.7

33.7
.3
33.4

36.7
.4
36.3

41.9
.4
41.5

46.1
.5
45.6

43.0
.5
42.5

45.9
.5
45.4

49.8
.6
49.2

62.1
1.0
61.1

82.1
2.0
80.1

105.8
3.0
102.8

Proprietors' income.
...
Imputations Included, net (66) -.
Excluding imputations (22-23).

15.1
1.2
13.9

11.9
1.0
10.9

9.2
.8
8.4

*5.7
.5
5.2

5.9
.5
5.4

7.7
.7
7.0

10.8
.9

11.0
.9
10.1

13.2
1.0
12.2

11.3
.8
10.5

11.8
11*1

13.0
.7
12.3

17.5
.9
16.6

23.8
1.1
22.7

28.6
1.4
27.2

Rental Income of persons
Imputations included, net (55)..
Excluding imputations (25—26).

5.4
2.5
2.9

4.8
2.2
2.6

3.8
1.8
2.0

2.7
1.3
1.4

2.0
.9
1.1

1.7
.7
1.0

1.7
.7
1.0

1.8
.8
1.0

2.1
1.0
1.1

2.6
1.2
1.4

2.7
1.3
1.4

2.9
1.3
1.6

3.5
1.5
2.0

4.5
1.9
2.6

5.1
2.2
2.9

Net interest
Imputations included, net (54+58+65+69).
Excluding Imputations (28-29).

4.7
2.5
2.2

4.9
2.3
2.6

5.0
2.2
2.8

4.6
2.0
2.6

4.1
1.8
2.3

4.1
1.7
2.4

4.1
1.7
2.4

3.8
1.6
2.2

3.7
1.7
2.0

3.6
1.6
2.0

3.5
1.6
1.9

3.3
1.6
1.7

3.2
1.7
1.5

3.1
1.7
1.4

2.7
1.7
1.0

85.9

77.0

65.9

50.2

47.0

54.0

60.4

68.6

74.1

72.8

78.3

96.0

122.9

151.3

5,6
80.3

4.9
72.1

4.0
61.9

3.0
47.2

2.5
44.5

2.5
51.5

2.8
57.6

2.9
65.7

3.4
70.7

3.3
65.0

3.3
69.5

3.4
74.9

4.3
91.7

5.9
117.0

7.5
143.8

2.6
-1.1
3.7

2.5
-1.1
3.6

1.9
-1.1
3.0

1.5
-1.0
2.5

1.5
-.9
2.4

1.6
-.9
2.5

1.9
-.9
2.8

2.3
-.9
3.2

2.9
-.9
3.8

2.9
-.9
3.8

2.4
-.9
3.3

2.6
-.9
3.5

3.3
-1.0
4.3

6.0
-1.0
7.0

17.8
-1.1
18.9

Disposable personal income
Imputations included, net (53+55+64+66+69+70+
71+72)
Excluding imputations (37—38)

83.3
6.7

74.5
6.0

64.0
5.1

48.7
4.0

45.5
3.4

52.4
3.4

58.5
3.7

66.3
3.8

71.2
4.3

65.5
4.2

70.3
4.2

75.7
4.3

92.7
5.3

116.9

133.5
8.6

76.6

68.5

58.9

44.7

42.1

49.0

54.8

62.5

66.9

61.3

66.1

71.4

87.4

110.0

124.9

Personal outlays
Imputations included, net (52+53+55+57+63+
64+66+69+70+71+72-67-68)
Excluding imputations (40-41)

79.1
4.9

71.1
5.3

61.4
4.7

49.3
4.4

46.5
4.1

52.0
3.8

56.4

62.7
3.9

67.4
4.0

64.8
3.9

67.7
3.3

71.8
2.9

81.7
3.2

89.3
5.5

100.1

74.2

44.9

42.4

48.2

52.5

58.8

63.4

60.9

64.4

68.9

78.5

83.8
.7
-.8
1.5

.5
-.8
1.3

Personal income
Imputations included, net (55+66+69+70+71+72)
Excluding imputations (31—32)
Personal tax and nontax payments
Imputations included, net (-53-64).
Excluding imputations (34—35)

80.0

65.8

56.7

1.5
-1.2
2.7

-1.2
2.1

.7
-1.2
1.9

.5
-1.1
1.6

.5
-1.0
1.5

4.2
1.8
2.4

3.4
.7
2.7

2.6
.4
2.2

-.4
-.2

-.7
-.2

5.9
.7
5.2

5.6

1.0
2.5

4.9
.7
1.0
1.0
2.2

5.1
.6
4.5
.7
1.0
1.0
1.8

4.4
.5
3.9
.8
.9
.9
1.3

3.8
.5
3.3
.8
.8
.8
.9

3.6
.5
3.1
.8
.8

.2
.2
.0

.2
.2
.0

.2
.2
.0

.2
.2
.0

.2
.2
.0

Space rental value, owner-occupied farm dwellings
Food and fuel produced and consumed on farms
Less: Associated purchases of goods and services
Equals: Imputations included in ONP, net (59+60—61)
Capital consumption allowances. _
Taxes
Interest..
I~™
Proprietors' income (62—63—64-65)

.5
1.7
.6
1.7
.2
.1
.2
1.2

.5
1.6
.5
1.5
.2
.1
.2
1.0

.4
1.3
.4
1.3
.2
.1
.2
.8

.4
1.0
.3
1.0
.2
.1
.2
.5

.4
1.0
.4
1.0
.2
.1
.2
.5

Owner-occupied dwellings, net purchases
Institutional buildings,net purchases..__7_~~-"
Services furnished without payment by financial intermediaries
Food furnished employees
Standard clothing issued to military personnel

2.3
.6
1.3

1.3
.5
1.1

.5
.0

.5
.0
.1

Interest paid by consumers.
Imputations included, net (—54-58-65).
.
Excluding imputations ( 4 3 - 4 4 ) . . .

Personal saving __
Imputations included, net (67+68-52-57-63).
Excluding imputations (46-47)

.5
-.9
1.4

.5
-.9
1.4

-.8
1.4

.7
-.8
1.5

.7
-.8
1.5

.7
-.8
1.5

.8
-.8
1.6

.9
-.8
1.7

.4
-.4

2.1
-.2
2.3

3.6
-.1
3.7

3.8
.3
3.5

.7
.3
A

2.6
.9
1.7

3.8
1.4
2.4

11.0
2.1
8.9

27.6
1.4
26.2

33.4
1.7
31.7

.5
3.1

3.8
.6
3.2

4.0
.6
3.3
.8
.8

4.1
.6
3.5
.8
.8
.7
1.2

4.2
.6
3.6
.8
.8
.7
1.3

4.3
.7
3.6
.8
.8
.7
1.3

4.7
.8
3.9
.8
.9
.7
1.5

5.2
.8
4.4
.9
.9
.7
1.9

5.6
.7
4.9
1.0
1.0

.2
.2
.0

.2
.0

.2
.2
.0

.2
.2
.0

.2
.2
.0

.2
.2
.0

.2
.2
.0

.2
.2
.0

.2
.2
.0

.2
.2
.0

.4
1.1
.4
1.1
.2
.1
.1
.7

.4
1.3
.4
1.3
.2
.1
.1
.9

.4
1.4
.6
1.3
.2
.1
.1
.9

.5
1.4
.5
1.4
.2
.1
.1
1.0

.5
1.2
.5
1.2
.2
.1
.1

.5
1.2
.6
1.1
.2
.1
.1
.7

.5
1.2
.6
1.1
.2
.1
.1
.7

.5
1.4
.7
1.3
.2
.1
.1

1.8
.8
1.6
.3
.1
.1
1.1

2.3
1.0
1.9
.3
.1
.1
1.4

1.1
.4
1.0

.7
.1
.8

.9
.1

1.0
.1

1.3
.2

1.3
.2
.8

1.9
.2
.8

2.4
.2
.8

3.1
.2

2.7
.1

3.2
.0
.9

.4
.0
.0

.3
.0
.0

.4
.0
.1

.4
.0
.1

.5
.0
.1

1.2
.7
.1

1*9
1.0

Specific imputations
Space rental value, owner-occupied nonfarm dwellings.
Less: Associated purchases of goods and services
Equals: Imputations included in GNP f net (49-50) _
Capital consumption allowances
Taxes....
Interest..
Net rent ( 5 1 - 5 2 - 5 3 - 5 4 )

Space rental value, institutional buildings..
Capital consumption allowances
Interest

Employees' lodging




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1944

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

153

Income and Product Account: Annually, 1929-65
[Billions of dollars]
1945

1946

1947

1948

1949

1950

1951

1952

1953

1954

1955

1956

1957

1958

1959

1960

1961

1962

1963

1964

1965

211.9

208.5

231.3

257.6

256.5

284.8

328.4

345.5

364.6

364.8

398.0

419.2

441.1

447.3

483.7

503.7

520.1

560.3

590. S

631.7

681.2

I

13.4

11.8

11.7

12.8

13.5

15.0

17.6

19.8

21.5

23.2

24.8

26.7

28.7

31.0

33.1

3*. 6

37.7

39.8

43.0

46.1

49.6

2

198.5

196.7

219.6

244.8

243.0

269.8

310.8

325.7

343.1

341.6

373.2

392.5

412.4

416.3

450.6

468.1

482.4

520.5

547.5

585.6

631.6

3

119.7
8.2

143.4

160.7

173.6

176.8

191.0

206.3

216.7

230.0

236.5

254.4

266.7

281.4

311.2

2.2

1.8

-.1

1.9

.0

2.1

5.5

4.9

4.9

2.2

4.0

7.6

8.5

325.2
12.6

335.2
16.7

355.1
17.0

375.0
19.6

401.4
21.4

431.5
25.1

4
5

111.5

141.2

158.9

173.7

174.9

191.0

204.2

211.2

225.1

231.6

252.2

262.7

273.8

290.1
10.7
279.4

302.7

312.6

318.5

338.1

355.4

380.0

406.4

G

10.6
5.2
5.4

30.6

34.0
9.9

24.1

35.7
11.6
24.1

54.1
15.0
39.1

59.3
15.5
43.8

51.9
14.3
37.6

52.6
16.6
36.0

51.7
18.3
33.4

67.4
22.6
44.8

70.0
22.7
47.3

67.8
21.1
46.7

60.9
20.3
40.6

74.8
23.0
51.8

71.7
21.0
50.7

83.0
22.8
60.2

87.1
23.4
63.7

93.0
24.7
68.3

11.3
1.6
9.7

9.9
1.8

12.2

14.5

16.6

18.3

21.2

23.2

31.5

34.1

37.1

38.9

43.4

52.6

2.5

2.9

4.3

4.8

5.2

5.6

6.0

6.4

7.2

7.6

12.4

14.3

15.8

18.3

20.0

27.2

29.3

31.9

33.3

37.0

42.8

45.0

56.0
8.1
47.9

15.5
1.2
14.3

17.1

20.1

21.3

23.3

25.2

27.6

29.6

34.9

37.3

38.5

54.7

2.1

2.3

2.5

3.2

3.7

4.1

4.6

5.0

5.6

18.7

19.6

21.4

23.1

25.3

27.1

29.4
2.8
26.6

32.1

1.9

15.9

18.4
12
17.2

35.4
41.5

45.2
6.8
38.4

50.0

10.2

28.2
3.8
24.4

106.6
24.5
82.1
59.6

8.1

25.7
3.5
22.2

75.3
24.6
50.7
41.4

7
8

21.0

46.0
12.9
33.1

28.9

31.2

33.2

181.5
10.6

181.9

199.0

224.2

217.5

8.8

8.5

9.3

9.5

241.1
10.6

278.0
12.6

291.4
14.3

304.7
15.5

303.1
16.6

331.0
17.3

350.8
18.2

366.1
19.4

173.1

190.5

214.9

208.0

230.5

265.4

277.1

289.2

286.5

313.7

332.6

346.7

36.5
400.0
22.1
377.9

39.6
414.5
23.6

170.9

33.9
367.8
20.8
347.0

185.1
2.6
182.5

198.3
2.3
196.0

196.5
2.1
194.4

211.3
1.9
209.4

227.8
1.9
225.9

238.7
1.9
236.8

239.9
2.0
237.9

258.2
1.9
256.3

9.6

1.2

2.0

2.1

1.4

2.3

1.7

3.2

]Lino

8.5

51.1
62.7

9
10
11
12

47.7
6.1

'51.5
6.6

7.0

44.9
457.7
26.0
431.7

47.7
481.9
28.4
453.5

517.3
30.5

390.9

41.6
427.3
24.8
402.5

486.8

54.6
559.0
33.0
526.0

270.8
1.8
269.0

278.1
2.0
276.1

296.1
2.0
294.1

311.1
2.0
309.1

333.6
2.1
331.5

358.4
2.2
356.2

19
20
21

45.2

58.5
7.5
51.0

8.1

13
14
15
16
17
18

117.5
4.2
113.3

112.0
2.1
109.9

123.0
1.6
121.4

135.4
1.7
133.7

134.5
1.6
132.9

146.8
1.8
145.0

171.1
2.5
168.6

31.4
1.6
29.8

36.5
1.9
34.6

35.5
1.8
33.7

40.2
1.9
38.3

35.3
1.4
33.9

37.5
1.3
36.2

42.0
1.5
40.5

42.1
1.5
40.6

40.5
1.4
39.1

40.0
1.2
38.8

41.7
1.1
40.6

42.7
1.0
41.7

44.1
1.0
43.1

46.6
1.1
45.5

46.6
1.1
45.5

46.2
1.0
45.2

48.4
1.0
47.4

50.1
.9
49.2

51.0
1.0
50.0

51.9
1.0
50.9

55.7
1.1
54.6

22
23
24

5.6
2.6
3.0

6.6
2.3
4.3

7.1
2.4
4.7

8.0
2.7
5.3

8.4
3.3
5.1

9.4
3.9
5.5

10.3
4.5
5.8

11.5
5.4
6.1

*12.7
6.5
6.2

13.6
7.3
6.3

13.9
7.6
6.3

14.3
7.7
6.6

14.8
7.9
6.9

15.4
8.3
7.1

15.6
8.7
6.9

15.8
8.9
6.9

16.0
8.9
7.1

16.7
9.3
7.4

17.1
9.8
7.3

17.7
10.1
7.6

18.3
10.4
7.9

25
26
27

2.2
2.2
.0

1.5
2.5
-1.0

1.9
2.7
-.8

1.8
3.0
-1.2

1.9
3.2
-1.3

2.0
3.6
-1.6

2.3
4.1
-1.8

2.6
4.8
-2.2

2.8
5.3
-2.5

3.6
6.0
-2.4

4.1
6.7
-2.6

4.6
7.6
-3.0

5.6
8.6
-3.0

6.8
9.4
-2.6

7.1
10.4
-3.3

8.4
11.9
-3.5

10.0
12.9
-2.9

11.6
13.8
-2.2

13.8
15.6
-1.8

15.5
17.3
-1.8

17.8
19.3
-1.5

28
29
30

171.1

178.7

191.3

210.2

207.2

227.6

255.6

272.5

288.2

290.1

310.9

333.0

351.1

361.2

383.5

401.0

416.8

442.6

465.5

496.0

535.1

31

17.6
425.0

19.0
446.5

20.1
475.9

21.5
513.6

32
33

57.4
-6.6
64.0

60.9
-7.0
67.9

59.4
-7.5
66.9

66.0
-8.1
74.1

34
35
36

10.6
245.0

11.9
260. G

12.9
275.3

13.6
276.5

13.8
297.1

14.2
318.8

14.7
336.4

15.5
345.7

16.2
367.3

16.8
384.2

18.6
-1.7
20.3

8.9
218.7
20.7
-1.9
22.6

29.0
-2.1
31.1

34.1
-2.3
36.4

35.6
-2.5
38.1

32.7
-2.8
35.5

35.5
-3.2
38.7

39.8
-3.7
43.5

42.6
-4.1
46.7

42.3
-4.6
46.9

46.2
-5.0
51.2

50.9
-5.6
56.5

17.2
399.6
52.4
-6.1
58.5

189.1
9.3

188.6
9.7

206.9
10.8

226.6
12.7

238.3
14.2

252.6
15.4

257.4
16.4

275.3
17.0

293.2
17.9

308.5
18.8

318.8
20.1

337.3
21.2

350.0
22.4

364.4
23.3

3S5.3
24.2

404.6
26.0

436.6
27.6

469.1
29.6

37
38

179.8

178.9

196.1

213.9

224.1

237.2

241.0

258.3

275.3

289.7

298.7

316.1

327.6

341.1

361.1

378.6

409.0

439.5

39

318.3
2.6
315.7

333.0
5.8

343.3
9.1
334.2

363.7
8.6
355.1

384.7
10.2

412.1
11.0

443.4
13.6

40
41

374.5

401.1

429.8

42

10.1
-10.4
20.5

11.3
-11.5
22.8

43
44
45

7.9
202.3
21.1
-1.4
22.5

8.0
199.2

18.7
-1.2
19.9

7.3
184.0
21.4
-1.2
22.6

150.2
10.9

160.0
9.0

169.8
8.5

139.3

151.0

161.3

9.7
161.4

7.8
170.9

20.9
-1.2
22.1

120.7

7.3

144.8
1.2

162.5
.6

175.8
-1.5

179.2
.4

193.9
-1.7

209.3
.1

220.2
3.1

234.3
2.3

241.0
1.9

259.5
-1.3

272.6
.0

287.8
2.9

296.6
5.4

113.4

143.6

161.9

177.3

178.8

195.6

209.2

217.1

232.0

239.1

260.8

272.6

284.9

291.2

327.2

.5
-.9
1.4

.8
-1.0
1.8

1.1
-1.2

2.3

1.5
-1.4
2.9

1.9
-1.5
3.4

2.4
-1.7
4.1

2.7
-2.0
4.7

3.0
-2.4
5.4

3.8
-2.6
6.4

4.0
-3.0
7.0

4.7
-3.5
8.2

5.4
-4.0
9.4

5.8
-4.7
10.5

5.9
-5.3
11.2

6.5
-5.9
12.4

7.3
-6.8
14.1

7.6
-7.6
15.2

8.1
-8.4
16.5

9.1
-9.4
18.5

29.6
3.6
26.0

15.2
7.8
7.4

7.3
7.9
-.6

13.4
10.8
2.6

9.4
9.3
.1

13.1
12.5
.6

17.3
12.6
4.7

18.1
11.1
7.0

18.3
13.1
5.2

16.4
14.5
1.9

15.8
18.3
-2.5

20.6
17.9
2.7

20.7
15.9
4.8

22.3
14.7
7.6

19.1
18.6
.5

17.0
16.6
.4

21.2
14.2
7.0

21.6
15.6
6.0

19.9
15.8
4.1

24.5
16.6
7.9

25.7
16.0
9.7

46
47
48

6.5
.9
5.6
1.1
1.1
.8
2.6

7.3
1.7
5.6
1.3
1.1
.9
2.3

8.4
2.4
6.0
1.4
1.1
1.1
2.4

9.7
2.9
6.8
1.5
1.3
1.3
2.7

10.9
3.0
7.9
1.7
1.5
1.4
3.3

12.3
3.3
9.0
1.8
1.7
1.6
3.9

14.0
3.5
10.4
2.1
1.9
1.9
4.5

15.8
3.7
12.1
2.3
2.1
2.3
5.4

17.7
3.8
13.9
2.6
2.3
2.5
6.5

19.5
3.8
15.7
2.9
2.6
2.9
7.3

21.2
4.0
17.2
3.3
3.0
3.3
7.6

23.0
4.2
18.8
3.7
3.5
3.9
7.7

24.8
4.4
20.4
4.1
3.9
4.5
7.9

26.8
4.6
22.2
4.4
4.4
5.1
8.3

28.7
4.8
23.9
4.7
4.8
5.7
8.7

30.7
4.8
25.9
5.1
5.4
6.5
8.9

32.5
5.0
27.5
5.4
5.9
7.3
8.9

34.7
5.2
29.6
5.8
6.4
8.1
9.3

37.1
5.3
31.7
6.1
6.8
9.0
9.8

39.4
5.5
33.9
6.5
7.3
10.0
10.1

41.8
5.6
36.2
6.9
7.9
11.0
10.4

49
50
51
52
53
54
55

.2
.2
.0

.2
.2
.0

.2
.2
.0

.2
.2
.0

.2
.2
.0

.3
.3
.0

.3
.3
.0

.4
.4
.0

.4
.4
.0

.4
.4
.0

.6
.5
.1

.5
.5
.0

,6
.5
.1

.7
.6
.1

.8
.7

.8
.7
.1

.9
.8
.1

.9
.8
.1

1.1

1.2
1.0
.2

1.3
l.{

56
57
58

.8
2.4
1.1
2.1
.3
.1

1.0
2.7
1.3
2.4
.3
.1
.1
1.9

1.1
2.8
1.4
2.4
.4
.1
.1
1.8

1.1
2.7
1.3
2.5
.4
.1
.1
1.9

1.0
2.2
1.1
2.1

1.1
2.1
1.1
2.0

1.3
2.0
1.1
2.2
.5
.2
.1
1.4

1.3
1.8
1.1
2.0
.5
.2
.1
1.2

1.3
1.7
1.1
1.9
.5
.2
.1
1.1

1.4
1.6
1.0
1.9
.fi
.2
.1
1.0

1.4
1.5
1.0
1.9
.6
.2
.1
1.0

1.5
1.5
1.0
2.0
.6
.2
.1
1.1

1.6
1.3
.9
2.0
.6
.2
.1
1.1

1.6
1.2
.9
2.0
.6
.2
.2
1.0

1.7
1.1
.8
1.9
.6
.2
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.9

1.7
1.0
.8
2.0
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1.8
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59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66

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1.3
2.2
1.2
2.3
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.2
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1.5

1.6
1.2
.8
2.0

',2
.1
1.3

1.2
2.3
1.2
2.3
.5
.2
.1
1.5

18.0
2.3

22.3
2.3

20.5
2.5
5.1

18.3
2.7
5.3

19.9
2.9

20.3
3.1
6.2

20.8
3.9

20.6
3.9

6.9

7.8

1.7
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1.8

1.8
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1.1
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9.2

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1.5
1.6
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9.4

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1.5
1.3
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12.1
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1.6
1.4
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10.6
1.0
1.7
1.3
.2
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13.8
1.2
1.9
1.4
.3
.1

14.2
1.3
2.1
2.0
.4
.1

13.0
1.3
2.4
2.2
.3
.1

15.3
1.3
2.7
2.0
.2
.1

16.7
1.6
3.0
1.9
.1
.1

21.0
1.6
3.2
1.7
.1
.1

t Q

19.0
2.1

3.6

3!9

4.1

4.5

1.7

1.7
.1
.1

1.8
.1
.1

1.7
A
A

20.8

!l

.2
1.0

'.]

5.4

.2

r

67
68
69
70
71
72

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

154

Table 7.4.—Corporate Profits and Inventory Valuation
[Billions of dollars]
1949

1948

1947

1946

Lino

5

Fronts tax liability
Profits after tax

... .
-..*

Inventory valuation a d j u s t m e n t - .

2

3
4
5

6.5

7.5

7.8

8.1

8.7

9.1

9.3

7.3

6.9

7.3

7.5

2.9
5.2

3.1
5.6

3.2
5.9

3.3
6.0

2.6
4.7

2.5
4.4

2.6
4.7

2.7
4.8

-.5

-.9

.0

.3

.9

.7

.0

7.5

7.6

8.8

2.7
4.9

3.1
5.6
-1.2

-.8

8.6

7.6

3.2
5.4

2.7
4.9

-.7

-2.0

-2.2

-2.5

-1.0

-1.1

8.0

7.5

1959

1958

1957

1956

Profits tax liability
Profits after tax
Inventory valuation adjustment

11.9

11.2

11.8

11.4

11.9

11.4

11.0

8.6

9.6

10.7

12,2

11.7

14.3

12.8

12.9

12.1

12.7

11.5

12.5

12.1

12.2

11.7

11.2

8.9

9.5

10.7

12.3

12.0

14.6

12.8

12.7

5.6
7.1

5.1
6.4

5.6
7.0

5,5
6.7

5.5
6.7

5.3
6.4

5.0

4.1

4.4

4.9

5.7

5.4

6.6

5.8

6.1

4.8

5.1

5.8

6.6

6.5

8.0

-.8

-.3

-.8

-.8

-.3

-.3

-.2

-.3

.2

.0

-.1

-.3

-.3

7.0
-.1

5.8
6.9

-.8

...-

11.3

5.4
6.7

Corporate profits a n d inventory valuation
adjustment.
Profits before tax..

9.3

2.7
4.8

7.0
2.6
4.4

IV

III

8.2

7.5

2.0
3.3

II

8.2

7.3

6.5

5.3

1.4
2.3

Lino
1

5.1

1

IV

III

II

I

IV

III

6.3

4.6

-.3

2
3
4

II

5.0

3.4
3.7

Corporate profits and inventory valuation
adjustment.

I

IV

III

II

I

.2

Table 7.5.—Relation of Corporate Profits, Taxes, and Dividends in the National Income and Product
[Millions of dollars]
Lino

1929

1

Complied netproflt—IRS*

o

Plus: Posttabulation amendments and
revisions, including allowance
for audit profits and gross
renegotiation refunds.
Depletion on domestic minerals
Oil well drilling costs in excess of
depreciation on oil wells.
Oil well bonus payments written
off.
State income taxes on corpora-

3
4
5
6
7

8
9
10
11
12
13
14

15
16
17

18
19
20
21
22

23
24
25
26
27
23
29
30

559
88

463
47

268
-43

246
-22

145

98

75

38

6

0

132

144

337

Plus: Posttabulation amendments and
revisions, including results of
audit and renegotiation and
carryback refunds.
Amounts paid to U.S. Treasury by
Federal Reserve Banks.
State income taxes on corporations..
Less: U.S. tax credits claimed for foreign
taxes paid.
Investment tax credit,*
Equals: Federal and State income and
excess profits tax l i a b i l i t y National income and product
accounts.
Profits after tax—National Income and
product accounts (line 15 less line 22).
Dividends paid in cash or a s s e t s — I R S . . .

Plus: Dividends paid by Federal Reserve Banks and Federal Land
U.S. receipts of dividends from
abroad, net of payments to
abroad.
Less: Dividends received by U.S. corporations.
Capital gains distributions of investment companies.
Equals: Net dividends—National
income and product accounts.
Undistributed profits—National income
and product accounts (line 23 less
line 29).

1934

1933

4,649
609

Equals: Profits before taxes—National
income and product accounts.
Federal income and excess profits taxes—
IRS.




1932

1931

_.. 11,870
664

Income of Federal Reserve
Banks, Federal Home Loan
Banks, and Federal Land
Banks.
Adjustment for insurance carriers
and mutual depositary institutions.
Bad debt adjustment .
Less: Tax-return measures of:
Gains, net of losses, from sale
of property.
Dividends received from domr"
tic corporations.
Income on equities in foreign
corporations and branches (to
U.S. corporations).
Costs of trading or issuing eorpo*
rato securities.
Plus: Income received from equities
In foreign corporations and
branches by all U.S. residents,
net of corresponding outflows.

n

1930

1935

1936

1944

1943

1942

1941

1940

1939

1938

1937

16,675 23,389
650 - 1 , 1 5 5

28,126 26,547
-2,428 -1,740

—930
421

2,970
553

5,423
531

7,771
640

7,830
667

4,131
476

7,178
609

9,348
566

246

312
-36

349
4

437
52

524
132

437
99

438
91

475
107

544

-58

117

578
36

644
63

712
206

57

59

100

131

157

165

134

156

199

277

350

458

465

21

7

8

6

5

9

1

9

14

8

14

26

55

174

230

541

301

233

405

374

456

449

572

581

-604

-677

-640

386

454

484

477

449

185

130

118

- 7 7 7 —3,829
403
341

OftQ

Ol\J

-i Do

745

-242

-1,288

-1,565

-1,355

-54

187

372

143

44

37

-720

-994

-203

-196

19

2,593

2,571

1,969

1,260

1,026

2,217

3,014

2,676

2,682

1,791

1,906

2,021

2,235

1,344

1,334

1,429

417

334

150

67

90

173

290

343

357

369

328

356

33S

309

266

385

320

179

96

41

44

35

99

150

97

60

70

70

58

33

46

76

232

137

-4

-34

-2

60

159

104

122

247

184

234

231

225

238

293

9,990

3,697

-372

-2,309

956

2,346

3,598

6,340

6,785

3,969

7,041

10,013

17,718

2lt535

25,130

24,107

1,193

712

399

286

423

596

779

1,192

1,276

860

1,232

2,549

7,168

12,256

15,926

14,884

62

61

43

47

58

76

73

96

100

78

99

146

228 - 1 , 1 2 3

-2,230

-2,307

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

350
68

458
80

465
93

4

0

0

2

0

0

0

0

0

145
35

98
29

75
19

57
7

59
19

100
28

131
32

157
36

165
39

134
43

156
46

199
60

277
63

1,369

842

493

385

521

744

951

1,409

1,502

1,029

1,441

2,834

7,610

11,415

14,074

12,949

8,621

2,855

-870

-2,694

435

1,602

2,647

4,931

5,283

2,940

5,600

7,179

10,108

10,120

11,056

11,158

8,520
10

8,184
10

6,151
10

3,886
9

3,127
9

4,859
9

5,941
g

7,379

7,514

5,013

5,747

6,089

6,701

5,607

5,728

8

8

8

8

8

6,057
10

S

9

89

26

-37

-44

-22

8

60

-8

11

217

137

149

109

107

137

103

2,818

2,752

2,058

1,307

1,076

2,309

3,166

2,856

2,873

2,073

2,126

2,228

2,386

1,467

1,421

1,533

Q

20

o

2
5,801

5,468

4,066

2,544

2,038

2,567

2,844

4,523

4,660

3,165

2,820 - 2 , 6 1 3

-4,936

-5,238

-1,603

-965

-197

408

623

-225

3,766
1,834

4,016
3,163

1

i,

4,431

4,254

4,446

4,617

5,677

5,866

6,610

6,541

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

155

Adjustment: Quarterly Totals Not Seasonally Adjusted, 1946-65
[Billions of dollars]
1950

1951

1952

1953

1954

1955
Line

I

II

II
I

IV

I

I
I

II
I

IV

I

I
I

II
I

IV

I

I
I

II
I

71
.

9.2

10.4

11.0

9.7

11.0

10.7

11.3

9.7

10.1

95
.

10.5

10.3

10.7

10.0

75
.

9.7

12.3

13.2

12.0

11.2

99
.

10.9

96
.

9.7

9.5

10.2

10.5

11.0

3.1
'4.4

4.0
5.6

5.5
7.7

6.1
5.9

5.7
5.5

5.0
4.8

5.5
5.3

4.8
4.8

4.8
4.9

5.2
5.2

5.5
5.5

-.5

-2.2

-2.3

-.2

.8

.4

.1

.5

4.7
4.7
.0

5.1
5.1

-.3

5.1
7.2
-1.9

.4

-.2

-.3

1960

1961

1962

I

I
I

II
I

IV

I

I
I

8.6

8.8

95
.

9.2

10.3

10.8

12.2

11.6

12.1

10.7

8.4

9.0

95
.

9.5

10.3

11.1

12.3

12.2

12.9

2

5.3
5.3

4.2
4.2

4.4
5.1

4.4
5.1

4.8
5.6

5.0
6.2

5.5
6.8

5.4
6.8

5.8
7.2

3
4

-.7

.2

4.2
4.8
-.1

.0

-.2

.0

-.4

-.2

-.6

-.6

5

IV

1963

1964

I I IV
I

1965

1

Line

12.5

13.2

12.2

12.1

10.5

12.6

12.7

14.5

12.7

14.2

13.7

15.1

13.1

15.2

14.6

16.0

15.0

17.3

16.7

17.6

17.0

19.1

18.1

20.1

1

12.8

13.1

11.9

11.8

10.6

12.3

12.8

14.6

12.7

14.1

13.8

14.7

13.0

15.5

14.6

16.3

15.1

17.3

16.8

17.8

17.3

19.5

18.3 20.5

2

5.9
6.9

6.1
7.1

5.5
6.4

5.5
6.4

4.8
5.7

5.7
6.7

5.9
6.9

6.7
7.9

5.6
7.2

6.2
8.0

6.0
7.8

6.4
8.3

5.7
7.2

6.9
8.7

6.5
8.1

7.2
9.1

6.4
8.7

7.3
10.0

7.5
10.3

7.1
10.2

8.1
11.5

7.5
10.8

8.5
12.1

3
4

-.3

.0

.3

.2

-.1

.3

-.1

-.1

-.1

.1

-.1

.3

.1

-.3

.0

-.3

-.2

.0

7.1
9.7
-.1

-.2

-.4

-.5

-.2

-.4

5

Accounts to Corresponding Totals as Tabulated by the Internal Revenue Service: Annually, 1929-63
[Millions of dollars]
1945

1946

1947

1948

1949

1950

1951

1952

1953

21,346
-163

25.399
1,044

31,615
1,097

34,588
1,141

28,387
1,252

42,831
1,159

43,800
1,149

38,735
1,306

39,801
1,395

693
250

596
270

944
330

1,455
626

1,229
573

1,409
686

1,576
844

1,582
989

1,720
1,066

77

103

127

152

177

202

170

455

462

604

671

60S

770

883

826

94

93

101

246

253

215

319

392

-749

-441

-863

-757

-754

-949

-860

-1,143

92

251

491

433

431

414

456

394

1954

1955

1956

1957

1958

1959

36,721 47,949 47,413 45,073 39,224 47,655
2,715 1,820 2,155 3,052 2,323 3,063

1960

1961

44,499 47,034
4,346 4,149

2,699
594

1962

1963

50,842 55,599
4,331 4,575

2,849
556

Line
1
2

1,835
1,108

2,122
1,188

243

260

300

332

338

411

377

430

456

458

437

809

773

968

1,044

1,019

1,004

1,225

1,306

1,353

1,433

1,684

6

427

354

333

505

663

638

782

994

837

941

1,037

7

-1,453 -1,579 -1,878 -2,181 -2,459

261

333

303

390

329

205

8

2,350
1,191

2,560
1,049

2,374
758

2,474
816

2,687
662

3,068
296

3
4
fi

7 7 • 827 1,141
5

1,300

1,196

1,274

1,540

1,688

1,887

2,329

2,129

9

1,792

1,697

1,677

1,577

2,847

1,816

2,639

4,064

3,479

3,752

10

569

1,064

669

694

570

960

1,134

1,055

812

1,418

1,713

1,882

2,194

2,162

2,460

2,377

2,350

2,389

2,332

2,572

2,688

2,681

2,829

2,948

3,084

3,276

3,645

3,448

11

393

640

961

1,147

1,174

1,504

1,920

1,841

1,901

1,829

2,393

2,487

2,667

2,694

2,855

3,063

3,642

3,806

4,694

12

144

170

129

13
4

113

138

170

182

171

202

253

245

275

259

314

302

389

296

272

13

1,809

1,880

2,321

2,566

2.547

14

38,281 48,607 48,825 47,177 41,372 52,141 49,712 50,349 55,408 59,401

15

23,930 26,283

16

49S

17

228

425

689

836

832

984

1,162

1,099

1,135

19,722

24,589

31,470

35,188

28,941

42,634

43,930

38,922

40,627

1,422

1,579

16,861 21.741

10.795

8,875

10,982

11,920

9,817

17,317

22.082

19,148

19,869

-465

-71

-163

38

63

-47

-260

-313

-113

544

-386

1,813

1,886

21,364 20,582
-144

111

1,734

18,814 22,525 21,866

22,188

187

366

-227

198

415

0

0

75

167

193

197

255

292

343

276

252

402

543

524

911

897

687

799

879

18

455
96

462
162

604
230

671
278

605
270

770
467

883
625

826
587

809
642

773
726

968
959

1,044
998

1,019
1,053

1,004
1,070

1,225
1,180

1,306
1,224

1,353
1,490

1,433
1,564

1,684
1,915

19
20

10.689

9,104

11,268

12,518

10,408

17,770

22,335

19,366

20,266

17,728 21,616 21,668 21,202

19,045 23,679 23,032 23,104

834 1,105
24,179 26,324

21
22

9,033

15,485

20,202

22,670

18,533

24,864

21,595

19,556

20,361

20,553

26,991

27,157 25,975

22,327 28,462 26,680 27,245

31,229

33,077

23

14,914
26

14,952
26

16,242
28

17,193
29

18,038
33

19,565 21,202
42
37

24
25

6,081
10

7.497
11

8,365
16

9,386
21

9,569
21

11,553
23

11,300
24

11,263
25

11,601
25

11,913
25

13,592
29

14,498
29

75

129

221

254

305

437

393

302

343

483

509

595

634

702

831

841

1,069

1,229

1,017

1,513

1,998

2,260

2,610

2,645

3,137

3,040

2,938

3,003

2,984

3,387

3,492

3,500

3,801

4,039

4,161

4,799

5,084

5,274

27

12

38

107

92

S
O

155

265

350

332

313

482

465

571

564

533

28

7,238

8,838

8,570

8,560

8,886

9,282

10,478

11,280

11,742

11,566

12,580

13,437

13,770

15,183

16.454

29

15,877 14.233

10.761

15,882

13,243

13,475

16,046

16,623

30

53

65

21

15

4,600

5,574

6,321

7,036

4,433

9,911

13,881




15,634

11,295

16.026

13,025

10,996

11,475

11,271

16,513

26

156

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES
Table 7.6.—Selected Per Capita Income and Product Series in Current and Constant Dollars: Annually, 1929-65

Year

Population )

195S dollars

Current dollars

Millions

DisposGross
able
national Personal
product incomo personal
income

Personal consumption expenditures

Total

Durable
goods

Nondurable
goods

Services

DisposGross
able
national Personal
product income personal
income

Personal consumption expenditures
Total

Durable
goods

Nondurable
goods

Services

1020

121.0

846

705

634

76

309

249

1,671

1,274

1,236

1,145

134

569

443

1030
1031
1032.
1033.
1034.

123.2
124.1
124.0
125.7
126.5

734
611
465
442
514

625
531
401
374
427

605
516
390
362
414

567
487
389
364
406

58
44
29
28
33

276
233
182
177
211

233
210
178
160
162

,490
,364
,154
,126
,220

1,167

1,128

1,108
949
921
981

1,077
921
893
952

1,059
1,016
919
897
934

105
90
67
66
74

535
528
483
466
494

418
398
367
366
364

1035.
1030.
1037.
1038.
1030.

127.4
128.2
129.0
130.0
131.0

567
643
701
651
691

474
535
575
526
555

459
518
552
504
537

437
483
516
492
510

40
49
54
44
51

230
256
273
261
268

167
177
189
187
191

,331
,506
,576
,484

1,068
1,198
1,236
1,153
1,232

1,035
1,158
1,187
1,105
1,190

1,080
1,110
1,079
1,131

92
113
117
94
111

517
573
589
593
620

10-10.
1041.
1042.
1043.
1044.

132.1
133.4
134.0
136.7
138.4

754
034
1,171
1,401
1,518

593
719
011
1,106
1,194

573
695
867
976
1,057

536
604
656
726
782

59
72
52
48
49

280
321
376
429
465

197
210
228
250
269

1,720
1,977
2,208
2,465
2,611

1,303
1,477
1,663
1,847
1,889

1,259
1,427
1,582
1,629
1,673

1,178
1,240
1,197
1,213
1,238

126
143
87
75
68

640
674
677
685
703

376
394
403
392
401
412
422
434
452
467

1045.
1040.
1047.
1048.
1040.

130.0
141.4
144.1
146.6
149.2

1,515
1,475
1,605
1,757
1,719

1,223
1,264
I,b27
1,434
1,389

1,074
1,132
, 178
,290
1,264

855
1,014
1,115
1,184
1,185

57
111
142
155
165

514
583
628
656
634

284
320
346
373
386

2,538
2,211
2,150
2,208
2,172

1,870
1,793
1,703
1,742
1,700

1,642
1,606
1,513
1,567
1,547

1,308
1,439
1,431
1,438
1,451

76
145
171
179
190

748
784
751
741
741

484
510
509
517

1950.
105L
1052.
1053.
1954.

151.7
154.3
157.0
159.6
162.4

1,877
2,129
2,201
2,285
2,247

1,501
1,657
1,736
1,806
1,787

1,364
,469
,518
.,583
,585

1,259
1,337
,381
1,441
1,456

201
192
187
208
202

647
705
726
732
728

412
440
468
501
526

2,342
2,485
2,517
2,587
2,506

1,810
1,870
1,918
1,969
1,932

1,646
1,657
1,678
1,726
1,714

1,520
1,609
,525
,672
.,575

229
204
196
221
218

752
766
770
780
773

539
560
559
571
584

1055.
1956.
1057.
1053.
1059.,

165.3
168.2
171.3
174.1
177.1

2,408
2,492
2,576
2,569
2,731

1,881
I.0S0
2,050
2,074
2,166

,743
i,801
1,831
:,905

1,539
1,685
1,643
1,666
1,758

240
231
238
218
250

746
768
792
805
828

553
585
613
643
679

2,650
2,652
2,642
2,669
2,688

2,027
2,088
2,098
2,074
2,138

1,795
1,839
1,844
1,831
1,881

1,673
1,683
1,666
,735

261
244
242
218
247

797
810
810
805
829

601
619
631
643
660

1060.
1061.
1062.
1963.
1964.,

180.7
183.8
186.7
180.4
192.1

2,788
2,830
3,002
3,117
3,288

2,219
2,268
2,371
2,457
2,581

,937
.,983
2,064
2,136
2,272

1,800
1,824
1,902
1,980

251
240
265
285
309

837
848
871
890
931

712
735
766
805
849

2,699
2,706
2,838
2,909
3,019

2,157
2,183
2,260
2,316
2,404

1,883
1,909
1,968
2,013
2,116

,749
,755
1,813
1,865
1,946

248
239
264
284
308

828
833
848
856
887

673
684
702
725
751

1965..

104.6

3,501

?,750

2,411

2,218

339

898

3,158

2,626

2,214

2,036

341

916

779

i U.S. population including Armed Forces abroad.




THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

lf)7

8. Implicit Price Deflators
Table

8.1
8.2
8.3

Pago

Implicit Price Deflators for Gross National Product: Annually, 1929-65, and
Quarterly Seasonally Adjusted, 1947- 65

158

Implicit Price Deflators for Gross National Product by Major Type of Product:
Annually, 1929-65, and Quarterly Seasonally Adjusted, 1947-65

160

Implicit Price Deflators for Gross National Product by Major Type of Product and
Purchaser: Annually, 1947-65

160

8.4

Implicit Price Deflators for Gross National Product by Sector: Annually, 1929-65-

160

8.5

Implicit Price Deflators for Gross Farm Product: Annually, 1929-65

162

8.6

Implicit Price Deflators for Personal Consumption Expenditures by Type of Product: Annually, 1929-65

-

162

8.7

Implicit Price Deflators for Purchases of Structures by Type: Annually, 1929-65.

164

8.8

Implicit Price Deflators for Private Purchases of Producers' Durable Equipment
byType: Annually, 1929-65

164




THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PKODUOT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

158

Table 8.1.—Implicit Price Deflators for Gross National Product:
[Index numbers, 1958=100]
1929

Lino

1930

1931

1932

1933

1934

1935

1936

1937

1940

1938

1941

1942

1943

Gross national product

50.6

49.3

44.8

40.2

39.3

42.2

42.6

42.7

44.5

43.9

43.2

43.9

47.2

53.0

56.8

Personal consumption expenditures

55.3

53.6

47.9

42.3

40.6

43.5

44.4

44.7

46.5

45.6

45.1

45.5

48.7

54.8

59.9

56.4
54.5
56.1

55.3
51.6
55.7

49.1
44.1
52.7

43.2
37.7
48.3

41.9
38.0
43.6

44.7
42.7
44.3

43.7
44.5
44.4

43.6
44.8
45.0

45.8
46.4
46.8

46.7
44.0
47.7

46.0
43.2
47.7

46.5
43.8
47.9

50.4
47.7
49.8

59.3
55.6
52.7

64.2
62.5
55.3

39.4

37.9

35.2

31.6

30.6

33.7

34.3

34.6

37.8

38.2

37.7

39.0

42.0

46.5

49.3

35.9
30.6
38.7

35.6
30.2
38.5

38.8
34.4
41.4

39.3
33.9
43.0

38.7
33.1
42.2

40.0
33.9
43.4

42.7
36.4
46.3

47.8
41.3
51.5

49.9
46.8
51.1

Durable goods
Nondurable goods..
Services
Gross private domestic Investment..
Fixed investment
Nonresidential
Structures
Producers' durable equipment

39.9
35.7
44.6

38.1
34.0
43.0

35.8
31.1
41.1

32.9
27.6
39.1

31.6
27.9
34.5

34.9
28.9
38.8

Residential structures..
Nonfarm
Farm

38.1
38.0
39.1

37.1
37.1
38.0

33.6
33.7
32.1

27.3
27.4
26.2

27.1
27.1
26.7

30.1
30.1
30.8

29.8
29.7
30.7

31.3
31.2
32.2

34.3
34.4
33.3

35.5
35.7
31.8

35.7
35.9
32.0

36.9
37.2
32.3

40.3
40.6

43.3
43.4
42.0

47.0
46.8
48.8

59.5
57.3

52.3
49.0

41.0
39.3

34.7
31.5

40.6
33.6

42.3
36.0

43.4
36.7

46.5
40.7

43.8
37.9

44.1
38.6

48.6
40.8

53.0
43.0

61.5
48.3

65.2
51.2

38.6

37.9

36.3

33.4

33.7
28.8
34.5

36.8

37.0

37.6

38.4

38.3

37.9

38.5

44.0

50.9

53.9

36.0
39.1

34.1
38.7

34.5
36.6

31.9
33.8

33.1
35.0

37.4
36.6

37.0
37.0

40.5
35.9

40.7
37.1

40.5
36.8

40.8
36.3

40.2
37.3

46.6
39.2

52.5
42,3

54.9
44.6

Change in business inventories
Net exports of goods and services
Exports
Imports
Government purchases of goods and
services.
Federal
Statoand local.

1950

1949

1948

1947
Line
III

IV

II

III

IV

III

II

IV

III

II

80.8

73.0

74.9

77.0

78.2

79.2

80.6

80.3

79.7

79.1

78.8

78.9

78.3

79.0

76.8

78.3

80.3

81.1

82.0

83.3

83.0

82.3

81.8

81.3

81.4

81.3

81.7

83.5

82.0
81.6
66.3

Durablo goods
Nondurable goods..
Services

73.7

76.2

Gross national product
Personal consumption expenditure..

82.1
82.3
66.8

83.1
83.9
68.6

83.7
86.4
70.0

83.9
87.7
70.5

85.1
88.6
71.4

88.2
89.4
72.8

88.2
88.3
73.5

87.8
87.0
73.7

85.9
74.0

86.0
84.9
74.3

86.4
84.4
75.0

86.3
84.0
75.5

87.0
84.4
75.7

88.1
86.9
76.6

73.1

75.6

76.0

75.1

75.0

74.2

74.5

74.8

76.3

78.6

74.7
72.9
75.5

Gross private domestic Investment...
Fixed investment

,

63.3

65.6

67.7

69.9

71.1

Nonresidential
Structures
Producers' durable equipment

61.9
62.0
61.9

63.8
63.0
64.2

65.4
65.3
65.4

67.0
67.4
66.8

67.8
69.2
67.3

69.5
70.8
68.9

72.3
72.6
72.1

73.1
73.3
73.0

,72.5
72.1
72.8

73.1
71.0
74.3

72.8
70.8
73.8

72.6
71.0
73.5

72.6
71.2
73.3

73.2
71.4
74.1

Residential structures..
Nonfarm
_.
Farm

66.7
66.2
73.3

70.5
70.1
77.2

72.8
72.4
80.5

75.6
75.2
83.2

78,1
77.7
85.1

80.3
79.9
86.4

82.5
82.3
86.4

82.5
82.3
84.9

80.9
80.6
84.1

79.0
78.8
83.0

76.8
76.4
82.1

77.6
77.4
81.8

78.3
78.3
78.4

81.1
81.1
81.9

84.9
84.9
84.1

82.9
76.2

86.6
81.5

89.0
79.4

93.7
85.2

93.0
86.2

92.8
87.5

91.0
86.8

86.3

87.9
82.2

85.5
80.7

84.3
79.4

83.0
81.8

82.1
83.8

84.5
90.2

62.7

63.0

61.9

91.4
80.4
64.0

66.5

66.7

68.6

70.2

70.4

70.7

71.2

71.7

69.7

70.6

72.4

66.0
59.5

66.6
59.5

63.9
60.1

66.1
62.2

70.1
63.3

68.5
64.8

69.4
67.8

71.2
69.0

72.4
68.1

73.0
68.2

72.4
69.8

74.1

70.0
69.4

71.8
69.6

73.8
71.2

Change in business inventories...
Net exports of goods and services...
Exports..
Imports..
Government purchases of goods and
services.
Federal....
State and local..

1956

1957
IV

II

III

IV

II

Gross national product..

92.6

93.4

94.6

95.4

96.4

97.1

98.0

98.5

99.3

Personal consumption expenditures

93.6

94.3

95.3

95.8

96.7

97.3

98.1

98.5

99.6

93.3
93.7
93.7

94.0
94.6
94.2

95.5
95.5
94.9

96.7
95.8
95.5

97.5
96.8
96.3

97.3
96.8

99.1
98.3
97.5

98.5
98.6
98.4

99.4
100.0
99.1

Durable poods
Nondurable goods
Services...

_

,

Gross private domestic investment..
Fixed investment

1959

1958

Line
III

69.2

III

99.7

100.1

100.6

100.0

100.1

100.3

99.6

100.1
100.0
100.2

100.8
99.7
101.0

II

III

101.1

101.5

101.9

100.6

100.9

101.6

101.5
99.2
101.6

101.6
99.5
102.4

101.6
100.0
103.6

IV

100.3

99.7

92.1

93.2

94.7

97.0

98.0

99.0

99.8

99.7

100.1

100.8

101.8

102 5

103.0

Nonresidential
Structures
__
Producers' durable equipment..*!*

90.4
92.8
89.0

91.2
91.8
90.8

93.1
93.9
92.6

94.8
94.9
94.7

96.2
96.4
96.1

97.3
98.3
96.7

98.4
99.6
97.6

99.7
100.1
99.4

99.4
100.1
99.0

99.8
99.8
99.8

100.1
99.7
100.3

100.8
100.4
101.0

101.8
101.8
101.8

102.2
102 2
102.2

102.5
103.1
102.2

Residential structures
Nonfarm
Farm
_

95.7
93.7

97.5
97.5
97.1

98.2
98.2
99.7

98.4
98.4
100.3

9S. 9
98.8
100.9

99.7
99.7
101.7

100.6
100.6
100.2

100.0
100.0
99.1

99.5
99.4
100.6

99.3
99.3
99.8

100.2
100.3
99.4

100.8
100.9
100.2

101.7
101.7
101.6

102 9
102.9
102.4

103.8
103.8
103.8

98.1
102.3

97.2
102.6

97.0
102.2

97.9
103.0

101.1
104.9

100.8
104.4

101.3
104.0

101.9
102.8

101.3
101.1

100.2

99.5
99.2

99.7
98.4

98.5
98.7

98.3
09.2

89.7

91.4

93.3

94.2

95.1

96.0

97.2

97.4

98.3

99.2

100.6

101.6

102.2

102.5

102.5

89.1
90.4

91.1
91.9

93.1
93,6

93.6
95.0

94.6
95.9

95.1
97.2

96.8
96.6
97.7
98.4
NOTE.—Current dollar figures are shown in table 1.1, pages 2-3, and constant dollar figures in table 1.2, pages 4-5.

98.2
98.3

99.1

100.7

101.6

102.0

102.8

102.2
102.8

Change in business inventories..
Net exports of goods and services..
Exports..
Imports..
Government purchases of goods and
services.
Federal
_.
State and local.




1944

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

159

Annually, 1929-65, and Quarterly Seasonally Adjusted, 1947-65
[Index numbers, 1958=1001
1947

1946

1945

1949

1948

1950

1951

1952

1954

1953

1955

1956

1957

1958

1959

1960

1961

1962

1963

1964

1965

Lino

59.7

66.7

74.6

79.6

79.1

80.2

85.6

87.5

88.3

89.6

90.9

94.0

97.5

100.0

101.6

103.3

104.6

105.8

107.2

108.9

no. 9

1

65.4

70.5

77.9

82.3

81.7

82.9

88.6

90.5

91.7

92.5

92.8

94.8

97.7

100.0

101.3

102.9

103.9

104.9

106.1

107.4

108.9

2

75.9
68.7
58.7

76.8
74.3
62.7

82.7
83.6
67.9

86.3
88.5

72.1

86.8
85.6
74.3

87.8
86.0
76.3

94.2
93.3
80.0

95.4
94.3
83.6

94.3
93.9
87.7

92.9
94.2
90.0

91.9
93.6
92.0

94.9
M.9
94.6

98.4
97.7
97.3

100.0
100.0
100.0

101.4
99.9
103.0

100.9
101.2
106.8

100.6
101.9
107.6

100.8
102.8
109.0

100.4
104.0
110.9

100.4
104.9
113.2

99.5
107.0
115.3

3
4
5

51.5

58.5

66.7

73.9

74.7

77.5

83.1

85.3

86.6

86.8

89.0

1
34.0

98.5

100.0

102.6

103.4

103.9

104 .9

106.0

107.8

109.6

7

51.0
49.2
51.7

56.3
54.4
57.5

64.5
64.4
64.6

70.7
71.5
70.3

72.8
71.2
73.6

74.4
72.9
75.2

80.4
79.3
80.9

82.6
83.2
82.2

84.0
84.9
83.5

84.8
86.0
84.0

86.7
88.1
85.9

iJ2.4
1
33.4
31.8

97.9
98.6
97.5

100.0
100.0
100.0

102.2
102.7
102.0

102.9
104.0
102.2

103.4
105.6
102.1

104.1
107.1
102.3

104.5
108.9
102.3

105.8
111.3
103.1

107.4
114.4
103.8

8
9
10

54.9
64.6
58.6

59.7
59.4
63.5

71.7
71.3
78.6

80.8
80.5
85.7

78.5
78.2
82.7

82.5
82.5
82.9

88.6
88.4
92.2

90.8
91.0
86.8

91.9
91.8
93.3

90.4
90.3
91.9

92.9
92.9
93.4

97.4
97.4
97.7

99.8
99.8
] 00.5

100.0
100.0
100.0

103.1
103.1
103.0

104.6
104.4
105.0

105.0
105.0
104.9

106.7
106.8
104.6

108.9
109.0
107.2

112.3
112.4
108.3

115.5
115.6
108.9

U
12
13

1

j»

14
15
71.3
56.4

75.4
64.9

87.3
79.4

92.7
86.4

87.0
82.2

84.9
88.7

97.0
107.2

98.8
103.6

95.2
99.1

94.3
100.8

94.9
100.6

97.5
102.5

] 01.3
104.0

100.0
100.0

98.8
99.3

99.9
101.0

101.9
100.1

100.8
98.5

100.6
99.5

101.5
101.9

104.5
103.3

16
17

52.6

55.8

62.9

68.1

71.0

71.8

78.5

81.0

81.8

84.1

87.1

92; 1

96.4

100.0

102.4

105.0

107.1

109.0

111.8

115.8

119.4

18

53.1
48.6

57.3
53.2

65.6
60.4

69.8
66.4

73.0
68.9

72.9
70.8

79.4
76.9

81.2
80.6

81.4
82.8

83.5
85.3

86.9
87.5

91.7
92.7

95.8
97.3

100.0
100.0

102.2
102.6

104.2
105.9

105.2
109.4

105.6
113.2

108.0
116.3

112.7
119.3

115.7
123.2

19
20

1951

1952

1953

1954

1955

Line
I

II

III

II

I

IV

III

IV

II

I

III

I.

][V

II

III

I

IV

II

III

IV

84.8

85.4

85.6

86.7

86.7

87.1

87.7

88.3

88.4

88.3

88.4

88.4

89.5

89.6

89.5

89.8

90.2

90.6

91.0

91.6

1

87.9

88.2

88.5

89.7

90.0

90.1

90.6

91.2

91.3

91.5

92.0

92.0

92.6

92.6

92.4

92.3

92.6

92.6

92.9

93.0

2

94.2
92.6
78.7

93.3
93.3
79.5

94.2
93.1
80.3

95.2
94.2
81.5

95.8
94.3
82.2

95.0
94.0
83.1

95.4
94.3
84.0

95.3
94.6
84.9

94.8
94.1
86.1

94.9
93.8
87.1

95.0
93.9
88.3

92.4
93.9
89.3

94.5
94.3
89.7

93.3
94.6
89.7

92.1
94.2
90.0

91.8
93.8
90.6

91.9
93.8
91.2

91.4
93.6
91.7

92.3
93.6
92.2

91.9
93.5
93.0

3
4
5

82.7

82.8

83.0

83.8

84.3

85.1

85.8

85.9

85.8

86.6

87.1

86.8

86.6

86.5

86.7

87.3

87.7

88.3

89.3

90.5

7

79.8
77.9
80.9

80.0
78.9
80.7

80.4
79.9
80.7

81.2
80.7
81.5

81.7
82.3
81.5

82.5
83.0
82.2

82.9
83.6
82.4

83.2
84.0
82.7

83.1
83.7
82.7

84.0
84.4
83.7

84.5
85.6
83.9

84.4
86.0
83.5

84.7
85.5
84.2

84.7
85.5
84.1

84.6
86.2
83.5

85.2
86.7
84.3

85.5
86.8
84.6

85.8
87.6
84.8

87.0
88.3
86.2

88.4
89.6
87.8

8
9
10

87.8
87.7
91.2

88.5
88.3
92.7

88.7
88.5
93.0

89.5
89.3
91.8

89.8
89.9
88.8

90.5
90.7
86.2

91.5
91.8
85.5

91.3
91.5
86.5

91.4
91.5
90.0

91.9
91.8
93.5

92.5
92.4
94.9

91.7
91.5
95.3

90.3
90.2
93.7

89.9
89.8
92.7

90.6
90.6
91.3

90.7
907
89.8

91.2
91.2
93.5

92.4
92.4
91.7

93.6
93.6
92.6

94.4
94.4
96.0

11
12
13

6

14
15
94.9
105.1

98.8
110.1

97.2
109.1

96.8
104.5

99.0
106.9

99.7
104.7

98.9
102.4

97.5
100.9

97.0
99.5

95.0
99.0

94.8
99.2

93.9
98.5

94.9
98.7

94.9
101.9

93.5
101.7

93.9
101.0

94.4
100.9

94.7
100.0

04.9
100.2

95.5
101.3

16
17

75.3

77.6

79.6

80.3

79.7

80.8

81.3

82.2

82.9

82.0

81.3

81.3

83.5

83.7

84. 6

84.8

85.8

86.9

87.0

88.7

18

76.0
74.3

78.1
76.8

80.6
77.8

81.2
78.5

79.9
79.4

81.0
80.4

81.3
81.4

82.6
81.2

83.1
82.7

81.8
82.7

80.7
82.7

80.5
33.3

83.5
83.7

82.9
85.3

83.8
85.8

83.8
86.3

85.4
86.4

86.9
87.0

86.4
87.9

83.8
88.5

19
20

1960

1965

1964

1963

1962

1961

Lino
I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

102.6

103.1

103.5

104.0

104.3

104.5

104.5

105.1

105.5

105.6

105.8

106.3

106.7

107.0

107.2

107.8

108.3

108.6

109.1

III

IV

I

II

109.7

110.1

11C.7

111.0 111.6

1

107.9

108.2

104 . 8 109.0 109.5

2
3
4
5

IV

102.3

102.7

103.0

103.6

103.8

103.7

104.0

104.2

104.5

104.7

105.0

105.3

105.6

106.0

106.2

106.7

107.0

107.3

107.4

101.1
100.4
105.1

101.1
100.9
105.5

100.7
101.3
106.0

100.6
102.0
106.6

100.4
102.2
107.1

100.4
101.6
107.5

100.7
101.9
107.7

100.7
102.0
108.1

100.8
102.4
108.4

100.8
102.5
108.9

100.8
102.9
109.2

100.6
103.3
109.6

100.3
103.6
110.2

100.5
103.9
110.7

100.2
104.0
111.1

100.4
104.5
111.7

100.6
104.6
112.3

100.5
104.8
112.9

100.3
104.9
113.3

100.1
105.4
114.0

100.5
106.0
114.3

100.2 99.2 98.4
106.7 107.2 107.9
115.0 115.5 116.4

106.7

107.4

108.1

108.7

109.0

109.2 109.6 110.4

7

6
103.3

103.5

103.4

103.3

102.9

103.7

104.4

104.7

104.5

104.9

105.2

102.7
103.6
102.3

102.9
104.0
102.3

102.9
104.2
102.2

102.9
104.1
102.1

102.4
104.8
100.9

103.1
105.2
101.8

103.8
106.1
102.5

104.3
106.5
103.0

104.0
106.5
102.5

104.1
106.8
102.6

104.1
107.4
102.2

104.5
104.5
104.8

104.7
104.7
104.9

104.5
104.5
104.6

104.1
104.1
105.4

104.1
104.0
104.9

104.9
104.9
104.9

105.7
105.7
104.7

105.5
106.5
105.1

105.6
105.6
104.7

106.4
104.4

107.5
107.5
104.2

ioa5

105.3

105.8

106.3

106.4

104.1
107.8
102.0

104.3
108.6
102.0

104.6
109.0
102.2

104.7
109.4
102.3

104.6
108.6
102.5

104.8
108.4
103.0

105.5
110.6
102.9

106.1
112.6
103.0

106.9
113.6
103.6

107.1
113.7
103.8

107.1 107.2 108.0
113.6 114.6 115.5
103.8 103.6 104.1

8
9
10

107.3
107.4
105.0

107.5
107.5
107.4

108.4
108.4
108.5

109.5
109.6
105.9

110.2
110.3
107.2

110.9
110.9
107.4

111.9
112.0
108.2

113.0
113.1
103.1

113.4
113.5
109.4

113.8
113.9
106.7

114.5 116.4 117.3
114.6 116.6 117.6
108.3 109.8 111.0

11
12
13

105.1

14
15
99.8
100.9

99.6
101.0

100.3
101.4

100.0
100.5

100.7
100.1

102.3
100.0

101.8
100.1

102.7
100.2

102.0
98.4

100.6
98.7

100.2
98.3

100.6
98.6

101.1
98.4

100.7
99.0

100.3
100.0

100.4
100.6

101.0
101.9

100.7
102.2

101.4
101.6

102.9
101.8

105.0
103.5

104.7 104.5 103.9
102.2 103.4 104.2

16
17

J03.4

104,4

105.3

106.2

106.9

107.2

106.2

108.2

108.4

108.6

108.9

110.0

110.6

111.2

111.7

113.4

114.7

114.8

116.3

1 17.5

US. 0

118.7 119.7 121.1

18

102.8
04.0

103.9
105.0

104.0
106.9

105.4
107.3

106.2
107.8

105.7
109.0

103.3
109.8

105.8
111.0

105.6
111.9

105.4
112.6

105.3
113.5

106.3
114.6

107.0
115.1

107.5
115.7

107.7
116.5

109.8
117.7

111.4
118.4

111.6
118.3

113.4
119.5

] 14.3
120.8

114.4
121.6

114.6 115.8 117.8
122.8 123.7 124.6

19
20




THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

160

Table 8.2.—Implicit Price Deflators for Gross National Product by Major
[Index numbers, 1958=100]
1929

Lino
1

50.6

r*rn*>Fi national oroduct

1931

1030

1937

1936

1935

1934

1933

1932

1940

1939

1938

1941

1942

1943

1944

44.8

40.2

39.3

42.2

42.6

42.7

44.5

43.9

43.2

43.9

47.2

53.0

56.8

58.2

45.0
47.5
44.4

49.3

38.9
43.7
38.3

39.2
42.0
38.7

44.2
44.0
44.2

45.0
43.1
45.6

44.8
42.5
45.7

46.7
44.8
47.4

45.1
46.9
44.6

44.2
45.8
43.7

45.2
46.8
44.5

50.5
53.7
48.9

59.2
62.1
57.6

64.2
63.3
65.0

64.6
60.3
68.4

2
3
4

53.9
52.2
54.8

51.9
51.0
52.2

IJ

51.4

50.6

48.1

44.5

40.8

41.5

41.6

42.3

43.7

44.4

44.2

44.2

44.9

46.7

47.4

49.8

6

37.7

36.4

33.2

27.9

29.5

31.6

31.5

32.2

35.1

35.0

34.6

35.7

38.5

44.0

48.5

48.7

7

Addendum: Gross auto product

1950

1949

1948

1947

Lino
I
1
2
3
4

Gross national product

--

7

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

73.0

73.7

74.9

77.0

78.2

79.2

80.6

80.3

79.7

79.1

78.8

78.9

78.3

79.0

80.8

82.3

86.6
81.4
89.3

85.9
82.6
87.6

85.1
82.6
86.3

84.1
82.4
85.0

83.4
81.6
84.3

82.0
80.6
82.7

82.9
81.2
83.9

85.1
82.8
86.7

87.0
83.8
89.3

--

----

---

Addendum: Gross auto product

79.4
75.3
81.5

79.9
75.6
82.2

81.4
77.6
83.6

83.6
77.8
86.6

85.3
77.0
89.9

86.3
78.3
90.4

87.6
81.3
90.8

65.4

65.9

67.6

68.0

68.5

69.8

70.8

71.0

71.3

72.1

73.2

73.7

73.6

74.0

74.9

63.3

67.4

69.5

72.1

73.8

76.2

78.4

78.1

76.1

75.0

74.6

75.2

74.8

76.9

79.7

81.1

6$. 3

.......--...

Nondurable goods

Structures

111

$4.8

Goods output
Durable poods
Services

o

11

68.1

70.7

72.6

73.3

74.2

78.6

80.2

80.5

80.6

80.3

81.0

80.9

80.8

81.0

81.1

III

IV

1
2
3
4

11

III

IV

I

II

99.3

99.7

100.1

100.6

101.1

101.5

101.9

102.1

99.8
99.5
100.0

100.0
99.7
100.2

100.0
100.0
99.9

100.0
100.6
99.7

100.4
101.8
99.6

100.6
101.9
99.7

100.6
102.0
100.0

100.9
101.6
100.4

I

1H1

IV

1

11

III

IV

I

93.4

94.6

95.4

96.4

97.1

98.0

98.5

92.8
91 6
93.7

Nondurable poods

II

92.6

Gross national product
Goods output ^...
Durable p o o d s . - . * . .

1959

1958

1957

1956

Lino

93.6
92 5
94.4

95.0
94 2
95.5

95.8
96 2
95.5

96.8
97.2
96.5

97.4
97.8
97.1

98.5
98.5
9S.4

98.8
99.1
98.5

5

Services .

91.9

92.5

93.5

94.2

95.1

95.8

96.7

97.7

98.9

99.6

100.4

101.1

101.8

102.5

103.4

104.1

6

Structures

93.3

94.7

96.4

97.0

98.0

99.3

100.2

99.8

98.7

99.0

100.3

101.7

102.5

102.3

102.4

101.5

7

Addendum: Gross auto product..

88.1

89.1

91.4

94.2

96.0

97.4

97.8

95.8

98.0

98.7

100.7

102.3

103.4

103.6

104.0

102.8

-..

NOTE.—Current dollar figures are shown in table 1.3, pages 6-7, and constant dollar figures in table 1.5, pages 8-9.

Table 8.3.-^Implicit Price Deflators for Gross National
[Index numbers, 1958=100]
Line

1947

1948

1949

1950

1952

1951

1955

1954

1953

74.6

79.6

79.1

80.2

85.6

87.5

89.6

90.9

76.5
82.7
64.6
72.3

79.5
86.3
70.3
79.7

82.3
86.8
73.6
82.0

82.2
87.8
75.2
84.3

87.6
94.2
80.9
87.3

88.1
95.4
82.2
86.2

87.2
94.3
83.5
81.9

88.0
92.9
84,0
84.8

88.9
91.9
85.9
87.4

83.5
83.6
85.2

90.1
88.5
92.3

85.8
85.6
84.9

85.6
86.0
75.2

93.3
93.3
99.4

93.6
94.3
83.5

92.8
93.9
86.8

93.9
94.2
95.5

9a6
100.5

Services
Personal consumption expenditures..
Government purchases
Net exports

65.9
67.9
60.0

69.3
72.1
62.5

71.9
74.3
66.1

74.0
76.3
68.4

77.5
80.0
72.5

81.2
83.6
76.7

84.7
87.7
79.3

87.1
90.0
81.5

89.9
92.0
85.6

Structures
,
Private structures
Government structures...

68.7
68.6
69.7

76.7
77.0
75.3

75.3
75.5
74.3

78.2
79.1
74.7

84.4
84.7
83.5

87.4
87.6
86.9

88.6
88.9
87.7

88.1
88.6

90.2
91.0
87.6

Gross national product.
Durable goods
Personal consumption expenditures
Producers' durable equipment
Government purchases
Net exports
Change in business inventories

,

Nondurable goods

Personal consumption expenditures..
Government purchases
Net exports
Change in business inventories

93.5

NOTE.—Current dollar figures are shown in table 1.4, pages 6-7, and constant dollar figures in table 1.6, pages 8-9.

Table 8.4.^Implicit Price Deflators for Gross National
[Index numbers, 1958=100]
Lino

1944

1929

Business!
Nonfarmi

Farm
_.
Households and institutions
Rest of the world
General government

_

'.'.[//.."
_

]__
~ "
~~™~"I~I"

1 GNP originating in government enterprises (e.g., the Tenne
included in the nonfarm business sector.




1931

1932

1933

1934

1935

1936

1937

1938

1939

1940

1941

1942

1943

50.6

Gross national product..
Private 1

1930
49.3

44.8

40.2

39.3

42.2

42.6

42.7

44.5

43.9

43.2

43.9

47.2

53.0

56.8

58.2

51.7
52.2
51.7
57.0
38.9

50.4
51.1
51.4
47.6
37.3

45.7
46.2
48.0
34.1
34.5

40.9
41.5
44.3
25.0
31.4

39.9
40.6
43.0
26.3
29.2

43.0
43.8
45.2
32.2
29.2

43.5
44.2
44.4
42.4
29.4

43.4
44.1
44.2
43.2
30.2

45.3
45.9
45.9
46.0
32.0

44.6
45.3
46.3
36.8
31.6

43.9
44.4
45.5
34.8
32.0

44.7
45.2
46.0
37.0
32.1

48.7
49.2
49.4
47.5
33.7

55.5
56.1
55.5
63.1
37.6

60.9
61.3
60.0
78.1
45.2

62.0
62.3
61.1
78.7
52.2

33.7~

33.Y

34."iT

36.6

34.T

37.T

34.T

s Valley Authority) is

36.Y ~36.~5

~37.T ~36.T

"43.T

NOTE -Current dollar figures are shown in table 1.7, pages 10-11. tnd constant dollar
figures in table 1.8, pages 10-11.

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OP THE UNITED STATES

161

Type of Product: Annually, 1929-65, and Quarterly Seasonally Adjusted, 1947-65
[Index numbers, 1958=100]
1945

1947

1946

1948

1949

1950

1951

1952

1954

1953

1955

1956

] 957

1958

1959

1960

1962

1961

1963

1964

1965

Line

59.7

66.7

74.6

79.6

79,1

80.2

85.6

87.5

88.3

89.6

90.9

94.0

97.5

100.0

101.6

103.3

104.6

105.8

107.2

108.9

110.9

1

65.1
58.0
70.3

72.6
67.5
74.9

81.1
76.5
83.5

86.4
79.5
90.1

84.6
82.3
85.8

84.3
82.2
85.6

91.0
87.6
93.3

91.4
88.1
93.6

90.6
87.2
92.8

91.6
88.0
93.9

91.6
88.9
93.5

94.3
93.6
94.8

97.9
98.2
97.7

100.0
100.0
100.0

100.6
101.7
99.9

101.4
101.7
101.2

101.9
101.7
102.1

102.6
101.9
103.0

103.0
101.7
104.0

103.6
102.0
104.7

104.9
102.2
106.9

3
4

53.1

60.1

65.9

69.3

71.9

74.0

77.5

81.2

84.7

87.1

89.9

S3.0

96.3

100.0

102.9

106.1

108.4

110.1

112.6

115.8

118.5

5

50.6

57.3

68.7

76.7

75.3

78.2

84.4

87.4

88.6

88.1

90.2

95.4

99.3

100.0

102.2

103.3

104.4

106.4

108.7

111.7

114.9

6

70.0

76.7

80.6

81.0

85.2

88.5

87.3

85.4

86.0

90.7

96.8

100.0

103.5

101.7

101.9

102.1

101.5

101.4

100.0

7

1952

1951

I

II

84.8
90.9
88.1
92.7

1953

1954

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

85.4

85.6

I
56.7

86.7

87.1

87.7

88.3

88.4

88.3

88.4

90.9
87.2
93.5

90.5
87.1
92.9

J1.7
J8.1
>4.0

91.3
87.7
93.8

91.0
87.9
93.0

91.4
88.4
93.3

91.9
88.6
94.1

91.3
88.0
93.6

90.7
87.7
92.7

90.6
87.5
92.7

IV

1955

Line

I

II

III

IV

58.4

89.5

89.6

89.5

89.8

90.2

90.6

91.0

91.6

1

39.8
35.5
32.5

91.9
88.2
94.1

91.9
88.4
94.0

91.4
87.4
93.9

91.4
88.2
93.4

91.6
88.0
94.1

91.2
88.1
93.5

91.6
89.4
93.1

92.0
90.1
93.4

o
3
4

I

III

II

IV

75.9

76.9

78.1

'r9.2

79.7

81.0

81.8

82.4

83.5

84.3

85.0

35.8

86.5

86.&

87.2

87.9

88.7

89.8

90.2

90.9

5

82.8

84.3

84.8

i55.4

86.3

86.9

88.2

88.2

89.1

88.5

88.6

J
58.2

87.6

87.8

88.3

88.7

88.6

89.8

90.9

91.3

6

86.5

83.4

84.1

iJ6.5

88.9

87.8

87.5

89.4

89.3

88.9

88.0

32.8

87.5

85.3

83.9

85.0

85.7

85.2

87.1

86.0

7

1960
I

II

102.6
101.0
102.0

1961

1962

1963

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

104.0

104.3

104.5

104.5

105.1

105.5

105.6

101.8
101.7
101.9

101.9
100.8
102.5

101.8
101.6
102.0

101.7
101.9
101.7

102.3
102.1
102.4

102.6
102.1
102.9

102.5
102.0
102.9

106.5

107.2

107.7

108.3

108.5

109.1

109.6

104.1

104.0

104.2

104.3

104.2

104.9

105.4

100.8

100.9

101.8

102.4

102.3

102.3

III

IV

103.1

103.5

100.4

101.5
101.9
101.3

101.2
101.7
101.0

105.1

105.5

102.1

102.7

102.4

102.4

101.0

1965

1964

Line

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

L05.S
1

106.3

106.7

107.0

107.2

107.8

108.3

108.6

109.1

109.7

110.1

110.7 111.0 111.6

1

] 02.5
101.8
103.0

102.8
101.7
103.5

102.9
101.6
103.6

103.1
101.7
103.9

103.0
101.5
104.0

103.2
101.7
104.3

103.4
102.0
104.4

103.5
101.9
104.5

103.6
101.9
104.7

104.0
102.1
105.2

104.4
102.5
105.8

105.1 105.0 105.2
102.6 101.9 101.6
106.8 107.2 107.7

2
3
4

109.8

]110.2

110.9

111.9

112.3

112.6

113.8

114.8

115.4

116.1

117.0

117.4

117.9 118.7 120.0

5

105.9

106.9
1

107.3

107.6

108.2

109.4

109.7

109.9

110.8

112.6

113.5

113.7

114.3 115.5 116.2

6

102.1

]102.1

101.8

101.2

102.1

101.0

101.5

101.3

101.6

101.3

101.0

101.3

100.6

99.2

7

IV

III

II

98.8

Product by Major Type of Product and Purchaser: Annually* 1947-65
[Index numbers, 1958=100]
Line

1957

1956

1

1961

1960

1959

1962

1963

1965

1964

9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16

103.3

104.6

105.8

107.2

108.9

110.9

98.2
98.4
97.5
98.6

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

101.7
101.4
102.0
101.7

101.7
100.9
102.2
102.3

101.7
100.6
102.1
102.0

101.9
100.8
102.3
102.1

101.7
100.4
102.3
102.0

102.0
100.4
103.1
103.1

102.2
99.5
103.8
104.3

97.7
97.7
103.0

100.0
100.0
100.0

99.9
99.9
99.4

10L2
101.2
100.6

102.1
101.9
98.3

103.0
102.8
99.7

104.0
104.0
99.3

104.7
104.9
98.9

106.9
107.0
101.2

96.3
97.3
94.4

100.0
100.0
100.0

102.9
103.0
103.5

106.1
105.8
107.5

108.4
107.6
111.2

110.1
109.0
113.6

112.6
110.9
117.9

115.8
113.2
123.4

118.5
115.3
127.7

95.4
95.6
94.9

99.3
99.2
99.6

100.0
100.0
100.0

102.2
102.9
100.4

103.3
104.2
100.9

104.4
105.3
102.4

106.4
106.9
105.3

108.7
108.9
108.3

111.7
111.9
111.3

114.9
114.9
114.8

94.0

Durable goods
Personal consumption expenditures
Producers' durable equipment „ .
Government purchases
Net exports..,.
„__
_
Change in business inventories

8

—-

101.6

93.0
94.6
89.8

--

100.0

94.8
94.9
100.0

Gross national product

2
3
4
5
6

93.6
94.9
91.8
94.7

Nondurable goods
Personal consumption expenditures
Government purchases
Net exports
Change in business inventories
Services
Personal consumption expenditures
Government purchases
._ .-.

7

1958

17 Structures
18
Private structures
19
Government structures

—

97.5

Product by Sector: Annually, 1929-65
[Index numbers, 1958=100]
1945

1946

59.7

66.7

62.6
62.7
61.0
87.7
58.0

68.2
68.4
65.9
101.7
63.1

48.3

1947
74.6
76.3
76.5
73.7
119.1
68.1

1948
79,6
81.4
81.7
78.7
122.9
71.0

1949
79.1
80.6
80.8
79.4
101.8
72.6

~~55.T "*58.5" ""eO.Y "64.7"




1950
80.2

1951
85.6

1952
87.5

1953
88.3

89.6
89.0
81.4
89.7
89.1
81.6
89.0
87.5
80.1
101.5
116.5
103.0
85.4
82.0
74.4
"70.5" ""74.T ""76.6" "
"~~67."i"

87.4
87.5
85.4
124.5
78.1

1954

1955

1956

1957

1958

1959

1960

1961

1962

1963

1964

1965

Line

89.6

90.9

94.0

97.5

100.0

101.6

103.3

104.6

105.8

107.2

108.9

110.9

1

90.8
90.8
90.5
96.0
87.9

91.6
91.6
91.7
89.6
89.8

94.5
94.5
94.8
89.2
92.4

97.9
97.9
98.3
90.9
96.2

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

101.4
101.3
101.8
93.1
104.0

102.8
102.6
103.1
93.6
108.8

103.7
103.5
104.0
94.1
112.3

104.7
104.4
104.9
96.2
116.2

105.8
105.4
106.0
94.6
120.9

107.1
106.6
107.3
92.6
126.7

108.9
108.3
103.7
100.0
131.4

"104.2"

108.6

113.6

116.6

121.5

128.1

133.3

2
3
4
5
6
7
8

"79."5"

""$£0 ""88.T "93.3" " ioo.'b"

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

162

Table 8.5.—Implicit Price Deflators for Gross
[Index n u m b e r s 1958= 100]
1929

Line

1930

1931

1932

1933

1934

1935

1936

1937

1938

1939

1940

1941

1942

1943

1944

58.1

49.8

36.3

27.7

29.0

35.6

43.7

44.9

47.9

39.5

38.1

40.5

48.8

62.3

75.2

76.9

2
3

Cash receipts from farm marketings and CCC loans —
Farm products consumed directly in farm households...

57.7
62.6

49.1
57.0

34.3
44.1

25.8
34.1

27.5
32.9

33.8
37.5

42.1
47.3

44.3
49.1

47.3
50.7

37.8
43.6

37.2
41.3

39.5
42.4

48.5
52.5

62.7
65.9

76.3
80.1

76.8
81.8

5

Gross rental value of fdrin hotnes • « * • * • * . . - . - . . - _ . _ - * * -

61.2

58.3

52.6

45.9

43.2

45.9

49.7

50.4

52.9

53.3

52.4

51.6

53.1

57.1

61.9

68.2

G Less: Value of intermediate products consumed, t o t a l —
Intermediate products consumed, other than rents.
7
Gross rents paid to nonfarm landlords (exclud8
ing operating expenses).

GO. 6
00.9
59.3

55.5
56.5
51.3

43.4
45.6
35.1

36.3
38.9
27.2

36.9
38.2
32.0

44.6
45.1
42.1

47.5
47.9
45.8

48.8
49.1
47.6

53,1
53.4
51.5

46.5
48.4
37.7

46.0
47.5
38.3

47.6
48.8
41.3

51.4
52.0
48.7

60.7
60.2
63.1

69.9
68.5
78.2

73.6
72.3
82.5

9

57.0

47.6

34.1

25.0

26.3

32.2

42.4

43.2

46.0

36.8

34.8

37.0

47.5

63.1

78.1

78.7

42.4

43.2

46.0

36.8

34.8

37.0

47.5

63.1

78.1

78.7

1

57.0

10

47.6

34.1

25.0

26.3

32.2

NOTE.—Currcnt dollar figures are shown In table 1.17, pages 28-29, a n d constant dollar figures in table 1.18, pages 28-29.

Table 8.6.—Implicit Price Deflators for Personal Consumption
[Index n u m b e r s , 1958=100]
1929

1930

1931

1932

1933

1934

1935

1936

1937

1938

1939

1940

1941

1942

1943

55.3

53.6

47.9

42.3

40.6

43.5

44.4

44.7

46.5

45.6

45.1

45.5

48.7

54.8

56.4

55.3

49.1

43.2

41.9

44.7

43.7

43.6

45.8

46.7

46.0

46.5

50.4

59.3

64.2

Autos and parts
Now cars a n d net purchases of used cars..
Tires, tubes, accessories, a n d parts

48.2
43.8
80.8

46.3
41.2
75.5

44.2
39.5
64.3

41.8
36.4
59.3

38.5
33.9
61.1

40.4
36.0
63.0

39.0
35.6
63.7

35.6
64.0

39.4
36.1
67.4

41.2
36.7
66.4

40.7
36.7
65.9

41.3
38.2
62.3

45.4
42.4
63.2

48.3
39.3
70.0

53.4
42.8
74.2

Furniture and household equipment
Furnituro, Including mattresses and bedsprings
Kitchen and other household appliances
China, plassware, tableware, and utensils, and other
durable houso furnishings.
Radio and television receivers, records, and musical
Instruments.

60.9
44.9
89.0
48.0

59.0
43.5
85.3
45.9

48.7
38.4
78.6
40.9

40.4
31.2
68.1
36.6

40.8
32.3
64.2
36.7

44.8
35.0
64.8
40.9

44.9
34.3
63.8
42.4

45.2
35.7
64.7
41.9

48.4
38.9
67.0
44.6

47.4
38.1
67.3
43.8

47.0
37.3
66.4
44.2

47.7
37.8
64.1
45.6

51.3
41.9
67.4
48.3

53.0
49.3
77.5
53.9

62.9
58.6
85.8
60.7

176.0

134.5

94.8

63.3

67.8

66.5

68.0

65.7

63.1

63.8

65.7

78.4

79.3

67.1
78.0
77.4

66.3
77.3
77.8

63.9
77.0
74.0

60.8
73.2
65.9

58.2
70.2
62.4

58.1
70.5
62.8

57.1
70.4
61.5

57.6
70.0
58.4

58.1
70.5
60.5

57.6
70.4
62.5

58.6
71.4
61.3

60.5
71.8
63.5

64.3
72.1
64.0

71.7
72.7
72.0

73.7
75.2
66.1

Personal consumption expenditures'.
Durable goods.

Other durable goods
Ophthalmic products and orthopedic appliances
\V heel goods, dura bio toys, sport equipment, boats,
and pleasuro aircraft.
Nondurable goods

_

59.9

54.5

51.6

44.1

37.7

38.0

42.7

44.5

44.8

46.4

44.0

43.2

43.8

47.7

55.6

62.5

Food and beverages
Food purchased for ofT-premise consumption
Purchased meals and beverages
Food furnished government (including military) and
commercial employees, and food produced and consumed on farms.
Addenda: Food excluding alcoholic beverages
Alcoholic beverages

53.4
53.3
49.0
62.6

50.0
50.2
45.7
57.1

40.8
40.8
39.2
44.2

33.6
33.7
32.8
34.4

34.5
34.3
36.1
33.2

39.7
40.0
37.9

43.2
43.0
42.4
47.4

43.6
43.2
43.0
49.2

44.9
44.6
44.1
50.6

41.6
41.3
41.9
43.7

40.9
40.8
41.4
41.2

41.4
41.2
41.8
42.4

45.7
45.1
45.2
53.3

54.5
53.7
52.4
68.6

62.7
61.5
58.7
81.8

53.4

50.0

40.8

33.6

33.6
57.4

38.0
54.2

41.8
53.1

42.1
52.4

43.5
53.0

53.4

38.9
54.0

39.2
55.4

43.5
58.8

52.4
67.0

74.3

Clothing and shoes
,
Shoes and other footwear
Women's and children's clothing and accessories
Men's and boys' clothing and accessories, and standard clothing issued to military personnel.

51.6
50.4
50.9
53.2

49.2
47.7
48.6
51.0

43.0
41.0
42.7
44.7

35.2
34.3
34.7

35.9
33.0
36.9
36.4

41.6
35.9
43.9
42.2

41.0
35.0
43.1
41.6

41.1
35.5
43.0
41.8

43.1
37.2
45.1
44.1

43.9
43.0

41.3
36.5
42.7
42.0

41.7
36.9
42.7
43.1

46.1
39.1
48.1
47.3

55.6
45.8
57.6
58.7

62.9
50.8
65.8
64.8

Gasoline and oil

6.86

65.5

55.4

57.6

57.1

59.9

60.1

62.0

63.5

61.8

58.9

57.9

60.6

63.3

63.9

58.9
59.6
67.6
61.1

57.0
56.2
66.4
55.9

54.1
57.3
64.1
45.9

50.3
57.3
62.7
37.7

47.0
50.7
62.5
40.2

49.9
52.4
57.0
45.1

49.5
52.0
56.2
45.1

49.4
51.6
56.3
44.7

51.0
52.9
57.3
46.1

50.5
53.3
57.4
41.7

49.6
54.1
57.0
39.6

50.6
55.7
56.5
41.0

52.6
57.1
58.3
47.1

57.6
58.8
63.6
61.6

61.4
62.5
64.7
71.1

61.4
55.0
79.6
54.6

61.5
54.0
79.1
54.1

55.6
50.8
77.7
50.7

50.2
45.9
74.7
46.4

49.3
44.2
70.8
45.8

49.4
46.9
68.0
48.7

49.4
45.9
66.3
49.3

49.3
46.6
66.3
50.6

50.1
47.3
66.7
52.8

49.9
47.1
67.3
52.1

49.3
46.5
67.0
50.2

48.9
47.8
66.8
52.0

50.2
50.1
67.8
51.9

54.6
53.9
69.4
60.3

56.5
57.1
69.8
61.1

56.1

55.7

52.7

48.3

43.6

44.3

44.4

45.0

46.8

47.7

47.7

47.9

49.8

52.7

55.3

82.0

79.9

75.2

67^4

58.6

55.4

55.7

57.0

59.6

61.4

61.4

61.5

62.7

64.4

64.9

85.3

83.0

78.6

70.6

60.8

56.9

56.8

58.2

60.8

62.8

62.9

63.1

64.2

65.6

65.6

85.3
61.2

83.0
58.3

78.6
52.6

70.6
45.9

60.8
43.2

56.9
45.9

56.8
49.7

58.2
50.4

60.8
52.9

62.8
53.3

62.9
52.4

63.1
51.6

64.2
53.1

65.6
57.1

65.6
61.9

51.8
128.8
87.4
52.6
66.3
37.4

51.0
124.9
85.6
53.1
66.8
34.6

49.1
120.1
84.1
53.1
67.0
30.0

47.5
116.5
82.2
50.7
67.0
25.4

46.1
115.1
80.7
46.5
66.9
23.5

45.4
112.1
80.2
47.2
65.9
24.2

45.7
108.5
79.9
49.1
65.5
24.8

45.8
105.1
79.4
49.3
65.2
25.9

47.0
102.8
78.6
49.4
64.3
28.6

47.2
101.2
79.6
49.0
64.4
27.0

47.3
99.6
80.5
48.9
64.3
27.8

47.9
98.6
79.9
49.4
64.3
28.6

50.4
97.9
79.0
49.3
64.7
30.9

54.1
97.3
78.8
49.4
68.2
36.2

61.1
97.2
78.1
49.7
70.3
47.1

55.0
64.5
41.9
39.4
91.5
89.5
104.0
172.4

53.0
59.6
42.4
40.2
90.6
88.8
101.8
119.2

49.6
55.4
40.5
40.4
86.8
83.8.
99.8
96.2

45.9
49.7
38.5
40.4
80.7
74.3
102.5
87.6

43.6
45.2
37.9
40.4
71.6
64.9
87.8
87.6

45.3
47.7
39.6
40.4
67.5
60.6
85.2
84.8

46.6
49.6
40.1
40.4
69.9
61.3
93.3
81.8

46.9
49.6
40.5
40,4
65.7
57.2
87.8
81.8

46.8
48.9
41.5
40.4
60.4
55.7
63.6
80.5

46.9
48.5
41.5
40.6
62.4
59.3
62.8
74.4

47.6
49.5
42.3
40.7
61.1
58.3
60.1
73.2

46.7
48.9
41.6
40.9
58.5
55.3
58.1
72.9

47.7
50.3
41.9
40.9
59.1
55.3
58.6
72.4

49.7
54.1
42.7
41.2
64.8
61.7
66.3
79.3

51.3
55.6
43.6
41.2
66.5
63.0
71.2
83.7

44.3
50.7
56.1

44.7
49.6
55.9

41.8
45.8
55.6

37.7
41.0
54.4

34.2
37.9
52.8

36.9
37.7
52.4

37.0
37.3
51.3

37.8
37.7
50.2

39.7
39.3
51.4

39.9
39.6
52.2

39.9
39.2
52.1

40.0
39.3
51.8

42.2
40.0
52.7

45.5
45.2
56.5

48.5
50.3
58.3

39.0
45.8
48.7
48.2
81.2

39.1
46.2
49.9
49.6
65.0

3S.4
42.2
46.2
45.7
51.5

35.2
36.5
39.8
38.7
39.8

33.4
36.1
40.0
38.3
31.0

33.8
37.8
41.2
39.3
33.1

33.8
39.9
43.8
42.3
30.1

34.2
41.0
44.7
42.9
29.4

37.1
42.3
45.5
44.4
31.1

38.3
43.2
47.2
46.2

38.3
43.0
46.7
45.3
27.4

38.4
44.2
48.5
47.6
25.0

39.6
45.7
49.3
48.2
28.0

44.0
48.8
52.1
51.3
31.1

51.5
52.3
56.8
54.8
30.2

52.3

51.7

49.4

46.9

43.4

43.3

44.1

45.0

46.5

47.7

47.0

47.9

50.3

52.2

55.0

_

_

Other nondurable goods
Tobacco products
...
Toilet articles and preparations
Scmidurable house furnishings
Cleaning and polishing preparations, and miscellaneous houshold supplies and paper products
Other fuel and ice.
Drug preparations and sundries
Nondurable toys and sport supplies
Services
Housing
Owner-occupied nonfarm dwellings—space-rental
value
_
Tenant-occupied nonfarm dwellings (including
lodging houses)—space rent
_
Rental value of farmhouses
_
Household operation services
Electricity.
Gas...
"Water and other sanitary services
Telephone
Domestic service..

'

Transportation services
User-operated transportation services
Purchased local transportation
Street and electric railway and local bus.
Purchased intercity transportation
Railway (excluding commutation)
Intercity bus
_
Airline
Other services
Shoe cleaning and repair. _
Cleaning, dyeing, pressing, alteration, storage, and
repairof garments including furs, and laundering, in
establishments.
Barbershops, beauty parlors, and baths
Medical care services
Physicians
Dentists
_
_.
Services furnished without payment by financial
intermediaries except insurance companies.
Admissions to specified spectator amusements

Totals and subtotals include items not shown separately.

http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ figure* are shown in tablo 2.5, pages 44-17, and constant
NOTE.—Current dollar
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
1

dollar figures in table 2.6, pages 48-49.

42.1

THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

163

Farm Product: Annually, 1929-65
[Index numbers 1958=100]
1945

1946

1947

1948

1949

1950

1951

1952

1953

1954

1955

1956

1957

1958

1959

1960

1961

1962

1963

1964

19G5

Line

82.7

93.4

108.6

115.0

98.8

100.9

117.6

113.2

101.0

97.5

92.8

92.0

93.7

100.0

96.2

95.8

96.4

98.1

97.6

95.7

100.5

1

81.6
86.5

92.6
92.4

109.4
106.1

113.9
109.6

99.9
96.0

102.1
91.6

119.3
107.2

113.9
106.7

101.5
102.7

97.6
94.6

92.5
91.4

91.6
90.1

93.4
93.9

100.0
100.0

96.0
92.0

95.4
93.4

95.8
93.7

97.6
95.5

96.8
93.6

94.5
94.6

99.1
101.7

i

76.3

93.9

100.6

101.1

91.0

91.4

97.4

102.0

101.2

96.1 "~96.T "~94.~9" ""96.T

104.9 "I65.~3~

106.6

"iiofo"

74.9
73.6
84.2

80.9
78.8
94.3

94.4
92.2
109.5

102.9
101.8
110.5

94.4
93.8
98.4

97.7
97.1
102.2

108.3
107.3
116.1

108.6
107.7
116.0

100.3
99.7
104.8

99.7
99.1
104.6

97.5
97.1
100.3

95.9
95.3
101.0

97.5
97.3
99.2

100.0
100.0
100.0

100.1
100.1
99.2

98.8
98.7
99.0

99.4
99.3
100.7

100.3
100.1
102.7

101.2
100.9
104.8

99.2
98.8
104.1

101.1
100.8
103.4

87.7

101.7

119.1

122.9

101.8

103.0

1215

116.5

101.5

96.0

89.6

89.2

90.9

100.0

93.1

93.6

94.1

96.2

94.6

92.6

100.0

87.7

101.7

119.1

122.9

101.8

103.0

124.5

116.5

101.5

96.0

89.6

89.2

90.9

100.0

93.1

93.6

94.1

96.2

94.6

92.6

100.0

1958

1959

1960

~'i66.T

*~Il4.~3~ " l 2 0 . T *~127.~6~

Expenditures by Type of Product: Annually, 1929-65
[Index numbers, 1958=100]
1945

1946

1947

1948

1949

1950

1951

1952

1953

1954

1955

1956

1957

1961

1962

1963

1964

1965
108.9

65.4

70.5

77.9

82.3

81.7

82.9

88.6

90.5

91.7

92.5

92.8

94.8

97.7

100.0

101.3

102.9

103.9

104.9

106.1

107.4

75.9

76.8

82.7

86.3

86.8

87.8

94.2

95.4

94.3

92.9

91.9

94.9

98.4

100.0

101.4

100.9

100.6

100.8

100.4

100.4

99.5

63.2
45.2
80.7

68.3
62.4
82.7

73.3
70.4
85.6

78.6
76.9
87.4

81.5
80.8
87.2

82.1
81.2
89.5

87.2
85.5
101.2

90.4
88.8
101.1

88.7
87.6
99.7

86.6
85.6
97.2

86.9
86.0
97.6

91.5
90.7
93.9

97.1
96.8
99.6

100.0
100.0
100.0

102.7
103.4
98.0

100.7
101.6
94.6

100.3
101.3
91.5

100.9
102.1
92.7

100.6
101.6
93.7

100.5
101.4
91.0

99.5
100.1
95.3

76.7
79.3
96.7
71.6

79.4
79.5
96.7
70.9

87.4
82.8
106.3
74.1

90.9
87.8
112.3
75.6

90.5
85.2
109.0
76.1

93.4
86.5
107.6
79.6

100.6
96.6
115.3
88.5

99.3
96.7
115.2
87.5

99.4
96.6
114.5
88.8

98.4
97.0
112.6
89.0

97.1
96.3
109.0
90.4

97.9
97.6
104.0
95.0

99.9
100.1
102.5
98.6

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

101.2
100.4
97.3
103.0

100.5
100.9
94.8
102.4

100.0
101.7
92.8
102.9

99.4
102.3
90.6
102.8

99.2
102.8
89.3
103.7

98.4
103.8
87.6
104.1

85.7

86.6

106.8

113.6

120.0

119.3

118.1

108.5

105.1

99.4

94.4

94.6

98.1

100.0

100.5
100.1
99.2
100.9
102.5

105.1

104.8

103.1

102.3

100.8

97.7

81.2
77.8
78.0

82.1
79.3
80.7

88.9
82.4
89.3

90.2
85.9
91.7

91.1
88.7
91.5

89.6
89.5
88.6

94.6
93.6
96.6

96.4
94.7
96.9

97.3
93.7
96.4

96.2
92.5
95.1

95.1
93.8
93.3

96.2
95.3
95.1

93.1
99.0
97.2

100.0
100.0
100.0

99.9
101.1
100.1

100.6
103.7
101.0

101.4
107.0
101.4

102.7
103.6
103.6

102.3
109.3
104.0

103.6
110.7
103.7

103.0
113.0
102.5

68,7

74.3

83.6

88.5

85.6

86.0

93.3

94.3

93.9

94.2

93.6

94.9

97.7

100.0

99.9

101.2

101.9

102.8

104.0

104.9

107.0

66.8
65.3
62.7
89.0

73.4
72.0
72.6
90.8

83.8
82.9
81.8
104.0

87.9
87.2
85.3
109.1

84.4
83.9
82.6
98.2

85.2
84.8
83.6
97.3

93.6
93.5
88.9
115.7

95.7
95.7
91.0
116.3

94.1
94.0
90.6
110.6

94.3
94.3
92.4
102.0

92.8
92.7
92.9
95.4

93.5
93.3
94.5
91.8

96.5
96.3
97.7
94.5

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

98.7
98.0
102.3
93.7

99.7
96.0
104.5
94.0

100.9
99.7
106.7
95.6

102.1
100.6
109.2
96.1

103.6
102.0
111.6
95.4

104.8
103.1
113.0
96.0

107.2
105.5
115.0
101.0

63.7
85.4

70.8
88.5

82.5
91.1

87.6
89.7

83.7
88.6

85.0
86.5

95.6
96.4

93.9
94.9

93.3
97.0

92.3
96.5

92.9
97.4

96.1
99.5

100.0
100.0

93.4
100.9

99.4
101.6

100.5
103.5

101.6
105.1

103.1
106.9

104.4
107.0

107.2
107.3

77.0
57.9
86.3
74.2

82.9
63.8
90.6
83.1

89.7
74.1
95.3
90.1

95.2
80.1
101.7
93.6

91.1
79.0
96.0
90.4

90.2
80.2
94.1
90.4

94.3
89.7
98.3
90.2
100.8
98.8

96.7
88.4
98.5
98.0

96.5
87.8
98.6
97.4

96.7
90.0
98.6
96.9

96.3
91.1
98.0
96.3

98.2
95.7
99.0
98.1

99.6
98.6
99.7
99.9

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

101.1
104.0
100.8
100.2

102.3
107.7
101.7
102.2

103.7
108.7
102.5
103.4

104.3
109.9
102.9
104.1

105.2
110.5
103.7
105.5

106.1
110.9
104.3
107.1

107,4
112.9
105.3
108.6

73.1

82.0

83.8

83.9

85.6

87.3

91.0

93.0

94.0

96.8

101.0

63.7

65.2

66.2
67.6
68.8
86.6

70.1
69.7
71.9
92.2

79.0
74.9
86.6
115.7

85.1
78.0
89.0
119.6

84.0
79.6
85.7
103.7

85.0
81.1
83.3
104.7

90.2
83.6
92.5
114.2

90.5
87.4
89.5
104.2

92.1
91.7
89.8
102.4

92.2
92.4
89.5
99.7

93.2
93.3
90.2
99.2

95.1
95.1
93.1
99.9

60.2
59.2
7a 8
78.2

64.6
62.5
72.3
78.3

84.4
70.5
78.1
80.8

89.1
81.9
82.8
87.7

81.6
86.9
84.1
88.6

80.3
84.6
85.1
88.0

90.3
88.0
88.2
94.1

85.8
89.3
89.3
94.0

87.5
91.9
90.0
94.4

91.2
92.2
90.9
93.0

S2.1
93.3
91.8
93.7

58.7

62.7

67.9

72.1

74.3

76.3

80.0

83.6

87.7

90.0

66.4

67.9

70.4

86.4

90.6

66.0

66.4

68.6

73.1

76.3

79.0

82.2

66.0
76.3

66.4
93.9

68.6
100.6

73.1
101.1

76.3
91.0

79.0
91.4

82.2
97.4

70.4
96.5
76.7
52.2
73.6
66.9

72.3
92.7
75.5
53.4
73.6
71.7

74.8
91.6
76.1
55.8
74.8
74.4

77.5
92.4
78.7
57.5
78.6
76.2

79.3
93.3
82.1
58.1
82.0
76.1

81.3
93.5
82.4
61.2
88.2
76.3

52.1
56.2
43.3
41.1
68.7
65.2
72.1
81.1

54.6
58.6
45.7
42.4
70.4
68.2
70.7
75.9

58.8
63.7
48.6
44.2
75.6
75.2
72.5
82.8

63.9
63.8
52.7
49.5
82.2
84.4
74.2
94.4

68.6
71.7
59.1
55.6
85.9
88.4
78.4
95.7

52.5
58.0
62.3

59.1
65.0
65.2

66.7
73.6
71.3

70.8
76.4
75.2

6a 6
59.1
61.9
61.8
26.7

65.5
63.9
64.9
65.5
36.2

69.2
69.7
68.3
70.2
49.8

68.2

70.7

74.2

100.0

101.0

103.7

103.0

103.5

103.5

103.2

106.2

98.3
93.1
96.0
100.4

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

101.4
103.6
101.0
102.1

102.6
106.9
101.0
102.9

102.6
107.4
100.6
102.6

10Z9
103.2
101.9
102.8

104.1
110.6
102.3
103.1

104.9
113.3
102.4
104.3

106.3
117.7
101.3
105.3

93.1
96.4
93.8
97.4

97.1
101.4
96.7
93.8

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

100.6
101.2
101.5

101.6
100.5
101.6
101.1

100.7
102.6
100.5
99.3

100.4
103.1
99.1
100.3

100.9
105.1
98.3
100.7

101.0
104.7
98.0
100.2

101.1
106.8
97.7
101.3

92.0

94.6

97.3

100.0

103.0

105.8

107.6

109.0

110.9

113.2

115.3

93.4

94.6

96.2

98.1

100.0

101.7

103.2

104.5

105.9

107.0

108.2

109.5

85.6

90.2

93.4

94.7

96.4

98.2

100.0

101.5

103.0

104.3

105.6

106.7

107.7

108.8

85.6
102.0

90.2
101.2

93.4
96.1

94.7
96.1

96.4
94.9

98.2
96.9

101.5
104.9

103.0
105.3

106.7
114.3

107.7
120.4

108.8
127.0

87.7
95.2
83.6
69.6
93.4
85.7

90.8
96.4
86.2
73.4
96.7
90.0

91.8
96.8
87.9
77.7
95.2
91.0

93.2
98.1
91.4
84.5
94.1
91.3

94.7
98.4
92.9
87.4
95.3
93.5

96.9
98.8
94.4
94.3
97.1
97.0

102.9
101.5
103.4
103.8
102.2
103.7

106.2
102.8
110.2
107.2
103.8
110.1

104.3
106.6
107.1
103.1
111.7
109.3
104.1
111.6

105.6
110.0

84.0
94.3
82.0
63.9
90.1
80.3

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

107.8
103.1
HI. 6
112.6
104.1
1114

109,0
103.1
111.7
116.9
104.3
116,7

109.8
102.6
112.0
113.0
104.3
121.1

110.2
102.1
112.3
121.2
102.8
126.8

72.7
74.7
64.3
60.6
87.3
90.2
80.2
94.9

77.0
77.4
71.4
67.8
89.4
91.8
82.7
95.6

81.6
82.6
75.7
72.8
90.8
91.5
86.1
96.5

87.6
90.4
79.8
77.7
91.6
91.8
87.4
96.5

91.3
94.3
84.9
84.6
90.2
89.8
85.6
94.9

91.4
92.6
89.5
88.1
89.2
88.3
84.1
93.6

91.6
91.1
93.1
91.6
91.3
91.3
87.7
93.5

94.5
93.8
96.6
94.4
95.0
97.4
94.4
93.5

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

104.0
104.0
104.2
103.1
104.0
101.8
106.5
104.5

107.0
106.5
107.9
107.1
108.7
103.5
111.4
110.7

110.1
109.1
112.4
111.9
112.9
105.8
110.9
117.8

110.9
108.6
116.7
116.2
115.5
105.4
111.9
123.6

110.6
108.5
119.5
118.9
110.2
102.3
106.4
114.9

112.6
110.8
122.5
121.7
110.9
102.3
107.2
115.2

116.3
115.3
125.4
124.3
112.3
102.5
109.7
115.8

72.1
77.2
77.7

73.2
77.6
79.3

76.9
35.4
84.7

80.1
86.3
86.2

84.0
86.7
88.8

86.1
86.7
89.5

89.4
87.4
90.9

93.7
88.6
94.6

97.3
95.2
98.2

100.0
100.0
100.0

104.1
103.2
101.3

107.8
107.8
104.3

110.2
110.2
105.9

112.2
111.7
107.7

115.5
114.8
110.4

119.3
115.8
112.9

122.7
116.5
115.7

71.9
73.1
71.1
73.8
56.8

72.7
73.2
71.5
76.0
59.2

73.3
74.2
71.8
76.8
62.2

77.6
76.0
73.6
78.9
67.7

81.3
80.2
77.8
31.4
74.1

83.5
84.9
81.7
86.1
82.5

85.1
38.4
85.1
90.0
83.4

88.4
91.0
89.0
91.9
36.8

92.5
92.9
92.7
94.7
97.9

96.9
96.6
96.7
97.0
100.6

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

102.5
103.8
103.3
102.5
108.8

105.4
108.0
107.2
105.6
119.3

107.7
111.2
109.9
106.2
116.7

109.3
115.0
114.4
109.0
113.1

112.1
117.7
116.9
113.3
118.7

114.9
121.4
119.9
116.3
125.6

118.4
124.5
124.2
119.8
127.8

74.9

76.6

76.3

77.6

78.6

82.1

86.8

90.9

93.0

96.6

100.0

103.2

109.3

114.8

119.7

124.9

134.1

144.0

74.6




77.0

79.5

82.9

ioa2

4
£

8

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164

Table 8.7.—Implicit Price Deflators for Purchases
[Index n u m b e r s , 1968 «100]
1939

1940

1941

1942

1943

1944

1929

Total structures

1930

1931

1932

1933

1934

1935

1936

1937

1938

37.6

Lino

36.3

33.2

27.9

29.3

31.9

31.6

32.6

35.3

35.1

34.5

35.7

38.6

44.1

48.6

48.6

30.7

34.4

34.7

34.6

35.6

38.5

42.3

46.9

49.8

29.8

31.3

34.3

35.5

35.7

36.9

40.3

43.3

47.0

51.6

34.3
34.4
33.1

35.5
35.7
31.8

35.7
35.9
32.0

36.9
37.2
32.3

40.3
40.6
36.3

43.3
43.4
42.0

47.0
46.8
48.5

51.7
51.1
55.4

36.9
36.9

40.4
40.3

43.3
43.4

46.8
47.0

51.2
51.7

3G.7

Private structures

38.1

Residential structures..

35.1
37.1

32.1
33.6

27.5
27.3

27.6
27.1

29.4
30.1

30.2

Now construction
Nonfarm buildings..
Farm buildings

38.0
38,0
39.1

37.1
37.1
37.7

33.6
33.7
31.8

27.3
27.4
25.7

27.1
27.1
26.4

30.1
30.1
29.9

29.7
29.7
30.1

31.2
31.2
31.9

Brokers' commissions on sab of structures..
Net purchases of used structures..

38.1
38.0

37.1
37.1

33.5
33.6

27.5
27.6

27.0
27.0

30.2
30.1

29.8
29.7

31.3
31.0

34.3
34.3

35.4
35.6

33.9
35.7

35.7

34.0

31.1

27.6

27.9

28.9

30.6

30.2

34.4

33.9

33.1

33.9

36.4

41.3

46.8

48.6

30.2

34.4

33.9

33.2

33.8

36.3

41.3

46.8

48.7

30.5
32.2
30.7
28.7

30.1
31.0
30.4
28.7

31.4
33.2
30.8
29.3

34.7
36.8
33.2
31.5

39.5
42.4
37.8
35.1

43.6
46.0
40.7
38.3

42.5
44.2
41.8
39.5

Nonresldcntlal structures..

35.6

New construction

34.0

31.0

27.5

27.8

28.8

30.6

Nonrcsidential buildings, excluding farm
Industrial
•
Commercial
—
•
Religious, educatfonal, hospital and institutional,
and other.

33.5
32.4
35.3
32.1

31.5
29.0
34.8
29.7

27.4
25.2
30.3
26.0

23.1
22.7
24.8
21.8

22.3
23.0
22.8
20.8

25.5
26.9
25.6
22.8

25.5
27.5
25.5
23.1

27.2
29.1
27.0
24.7

31.0
32.7
30.3
28.5

Public utilities
Railroads
Telephone and telegraph.
Electric light and power..
Gas
Other
...

38.3
42.4
52.1

36.5
40.3
47.3

33.6
37.8
43.6

30.0
34.7
38.0

30.2
33.6
37.5

32.3
34.8
39.2

32.4
34.5
40.3

33.2
35.3
41.4

35.7
37.7
42.5

35.2
36.5
40.5

34.9
36.2
40.6

35.8
37.1
42.4

38.7
40.0
45.2

42.3
46.2
48.9

44.3
49.2
52.1

44.3
49.5
52.2

32.0

30.8

29.3

26.0

26.2

29.0

29.7

30.9

33.5

33.8

33.5

34.1

36.3

38.9

40.2

40.4

37.8
41.1

35.2
40.1

30.3
47.7

26.3
37.9

24.2
45.9

32.3

30.5
40.0

30.4
33.5

31.3
43.1

31.3
40.4

29.4
39.5

27.1
38.1

30.8
39.2

38.1
44.0

45.3
54.6

50.9
60.7

34.2

33.7

31.3

26.3

26.2

30.0

30.1

32.0

33.3

34.1

33.3

34.4

36.4

38.8

41.2

41.4

35.4
33.5

34.2

30.5
27.4

25.6
23.1

25.3
22.3

27.8
25.5

27.8
25.5

29.3
27.2

32.4
31.0

32.1

27.6
30.1

33.0
31.4

36.2
34.7

40.9
39.5

42.9
43.6

44.4
42.5

34.9

28.2

31.0

34.3

33.3

34.4

36.5

34.4

35.8

38.7

44.8

49.3

47.4

35.0

28.4

31.2

34.5

33.5

34.6

36.7

35.9

38.7

44.8

49.3

47.5

27.7

23.2

21.0

23.4
33.3
25.0
23.7
23.0
23.1

22.6
25.7
25.0
22.5
22.6
22.6

24.0
26.8
25.0
23.6
23.8
23.9

28.1
29.8
33.3
27,7
27.8
28.0

35.7
27.9
30.4
29.3
27.7
27.7
28.0

34.5
28.1
31.9
27.7
27.8
27.0
28.2

31.2
33.3
32.0
30.8
23.4
30.1

36.4
37.5
36.8
34.0
31.3
34.2

42.8
41.4
43.6
36.3
35.7
38.1

46.5
45.1
47.8
40.1
39.6
38.8

45.1
48.4
45.0
40.6
40.3
42.7

Farm

-

-

•

--

Petroleum and natural gas well drilling and exploration.
AH other private construction
.Brokers' commissions on sale of structures—.
Net purchases of used structures

41.3

Public structures
New construction.

41.6

31.5
39.3
39.5

30.5
35.6

Buildings, excluding militaryResidential
Industrial
Educational
Hospital
Other public buildings

34.3
34.3
34.2
34.2

31.8
31.7
31.7

27.7
27.8
27.7

23.2
23.2
23.2

22.2
21.4
21.1
20.7

Highways and streets
Military facilities
—.
Conservation and development.

47.5
38.0
40.2

44.4
36.3
39.6

39.0
51.7
36.5

29.9
28.4
30.9

34.9
25.9
33.9

39.3
28.3
37.7

37.1
27.6
37.1

40.5
28.4
37.8

38.1
30.8
41.3

36.2
30.1
40.3

35.4
30.3
40.5

35.6
32.5
41.9

42.1
36.3
419

56.3
44.9
45.0

64.9
50.3
49.1

58.5
48.0
50.2

Other public construction.
Sewer systems
_.....
Water supply facilities
Miscellaneous public construction.

40.3
40.3
40,3

39.4

36.7
36.6
36.9

31.9

31.6
29.9
33.9

36.7

35.6

39.9

42.3

43.4

37.3

41.3

40.2

41.9

46.0

45.0

45.5

47.5
45.7
49.6

50.9

33.2

43.1
40.2
46.9

43.4

35.1

49.7
49.1
50.0

48.1
50.0
45.8

31.8

39.7

33.1

42.7

48.7
53.5

N O T E . — C u r r e n t dollar figures are shown in table 5.2, pages 80-81, and constant dollar figures i n table 5.3, pages 82-83.

Table 8.8.—Implicit Price Deflators for Private Purchases of
[Index n u m b e r s , 1958 -100]
Line

1929

1930

1931

1932

1933

1934

1935

1937

1938

1939

1940

1941

1942

1943

1944

44.6

43.0

4U

39.1

34.5

38.8

38.7

38.5

41.4

43.0

42.2

43.4

46.3

51.5

51.1

51.9

44.6

43.0

41.1

39.1

34.5

38.8

38.7

38.5

41.4

43.0

42.2

43.4

46.4

51.5

51.2

52.0

44.6

43.0

41.1

39.1

34.5

38.8

38.7

38.5

41.4

43.0

42.2

43.4

46.3

51.5

51.1

51.9

Furniture and fixtures
Fabricated metal products..
Engines and turbines
Tractors

52.3
43.8
33.8
70.0

53.0
42.7
32.0
71.9

50.6
37.5
28.7

47.3
36.0
28.7
66.7

45.9
34.8
28.3
71.7

46.8
40.5
32.4
67.3

45.7
40.7
34.4
66.8

44.4
39.4
34.1
65.6

48.0
43.8
36.1
66.5

46.7
43.8
36.0
65.4

46.0
42.1
35.9
62.0

46.5
41.3
37.6
61.0

49.4
43.1
39.8
61.2

54.1
45.2
42.3
62.8

53.4
45.3
41.3
62.2

54.0
45.7
43.1
61.0

Agricultural machinery (except tractors)
Construction machinery
•
_
Mining and oilfield machinery
Metal working machinery.-..*

47.1
30.2
32.0
44.8

47.7
30.1
31.8
41.5

47.7
28.8
30.5
39.1

46.9
26.0
28.6
34.7

51.8
27.6
29.1
34.7

50.0
29.6
29.8
40.7

46.0
29.8
29.5
40.4

46.4
29.9
29.4
40.7

47.9
32.6
32.3
45.0

49.3
33.7
33.5
46.4

48.4
33.5
32.6
46.7

48.9
35.0
33.9
50.0

49.4
38.1
36.8
53.3

51.2
40.8
39.0
54.4

51.2
42.0
40.0
54.6

51.3
43,0
41.1
54.8

Special-industry machinery, n.e.c
General industrial, including materials handling,
equipment.
Office, computing, and accounting machinery
Service-industry machines

40.1
36.7

37.5
34.4

35.0
32.5

32.5
30.4

32.8
30.4

37.6
33.3

37.5
33.9

37.6
34.2

41.5
37.8

42.0
38.2

42.5
38.0

44.8
38.8

47.8
40.8

48.7
42.3

48.4
42.1

48.8
42.7

74.7
63.2

75.4
62.3

75.3
60.1

72.9
50.2

46.7

68.6
47.3

67.0
46.6

44.6

69.7
49.1

69.3
50.6

69.7
49.4

51.0

71.6
56.3

74.8
62.4

73.3
64.2

71.4
65.7

Electrical machinery
Electrical transmission, distribution, and
apparatus.
Communication equipment
Other electrical equipment

64.3

57.6

51.8

49.0

46.4

53.2

54.1

54.1

54.6

54.1

53.1

53.5

55.4

57.7

57.0

56.9

Trucks, buses, and truck trailers.,
Passenger cars.
Aircraft
Ships and boats--

43.7
42.3
37.8
35.5

40.6
40.5
35.7
34.1

38.4
38.9
33.1
31.9

36.7
36.4
30.4
29.3

33.3
33.2
28.3
28.8

33.5
35.0
32.1
32.7

32.1
34.6
32.3
33.2

32.0
34,7
32.0
33.5

33.7
35.3
34.5
36.3

37.8
36.6
36.0
36.7

37.2
36.1
36.2
36.4

38.4
37.0
36.5
35.9

41.1
41.1
39.8

47.9
58.1
44.3
41.0

43.8
61.3
"4L5

46.6
73.6
47.2
42.9

Railroad equipment
Instruments
Miscellaneous equipment.

37.0
63.0
45.8

36.5
60.8
44.4

34.9
59.5
40.7

34.3
61.5
40.3

34.0
52.4
40.1

33.5
54.1
41.3

37.2
51.6
40.4

37.0
62.3

38.6
50.7
46.2

40.0
52.2
45.7

41.3
52.2
44.9

42.4
54.8
47.2

44.2
58.8
50.5

48.1
62.3
54.1

50.9
60.7
56.3

50.6
58.6
58.0

Total prirate purchases.

Purchases of new equipment
Dealers' margins on used equipment (except passenger cars).
Net purchases of used equipment from government
Less: Exports of used equipment
Sale of equipment scrap (except passenger cars)
Total excluding scrap deduction

industrial

NOTE.—Current dollar figures are shown in table 5.4, pages 84-S5, and constant dollar figures in table 5.5, pages 84-85.




THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PEODUCT ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES

165

of Structures by Type: Annually, 1929-65
[Index numbers, 1958-1 00]
1945

1946

1947

1948

1949

1950

1951

1952

1953

1954

1955

1956

1957

1958

1959

1960

1961

1962

1963

1964

1965

Line

50.6

57.4

68.7

76.7

75.2

78.2

84.4

87.4

88.6

88.1

90.2

95,4

99.3

100.0

102.2

103.3

104.4

106.4

108.8

111.7

114.9

I

51.0

57.0

68.6

77.0

75.5

79.1

84.7

87.6

88.9

88.6

91.0

95.6

99.2

100.0

102.9

104.2

105.3

106.9

108.9

111.9

114.9

2

54.9

59.7

71.7

80.8

78.5

82.5

88.6

90.8

91.9

90.4

92.9

97.4

99.8

100.0

103.1

104.5

105.0

106.7

108.9

112.3

115.5

3

54.9
54.6
58.3

59.7
59.4
63.3

71.8
71.3
78.7

80.8
80.5
85.6

78.5
78.2
82.7

82.5
82.5
82.8

88.6
88.4
92.1

90.8
91.0
90.8

91.9
91.8
93.3

90.4
90.3
91.8

92.9
92,9
93.4

97.4
97.4
97.7

99.8
99.8
100.5

100.0
100.0
100.0

103.1
103.1
103.1

104.5
104.5
104.7

105.0
105.0
104.8

106.7
106.8
104.5

108.9
109.0
107.2

112.3
112.4
108.4

115.5
115.6
108.9

4
5
6

54.9
54.9

59.5
59.7

70.9
71.7

80.7
80.8

78.2
78.5

82.4
82.5

88.6
88.6

90.9
90.9

91.8
91.1

90.3
89.8

92.8
92.7

97.5
97.6

99.7
99.8

100.0
100.0

102.6
102.2

104.6
104.3

105.0
104.9

106.7
106.6

108.9
108.9

112.3
112.6

115.6
115.5

7
8

49.2

54.4

64.4

71.5

71.2

72.9

79.3

83.2

84.9

86.0

88.1

93.4

98.6

100.0

102.7

101.0

105.6

107.1

108.9

111.3

114.4

9

49.4

54.2

64.3

71.5

71.2

72.8

79.3

83.2

85.0

86.0

88.2

93.6

98.6

100.0

102.7

104.0

105.6

107.1

108.9

111.3

114.4

10

44.9
46.7
42.9
41.2

52.8
56.6
50.0
48.1

65.7
66.5
65.5
63.8

73.8
74.7
73.4
73.2

73.4
73.3
73.6
73.3

74.5
74.7
74.3
74.5

80.7
84.0
78.3
79.0

84.1
86.5
81.6
82.4

85.6
87.2
84.2
85.2

85.8
84.9
86.0
86.6

S7.6
85.2
88.5
89.1

93.2
93.5
92.8
93.4

98.5
100.4
97.3
07.7

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

102.7
101.5
103.1
102.9

104.3
101.6
105.3
105.3

107.0
102.6
108.9
108.3

109.5
104.1
112.2
110.4

112.8
106.5
115. S
114.0

115.8
109.6
119.2
117.3

118.5
112.6
122.2
119.9

11
12
13
14

45.9
52.3
54.9

51.4
56.7
60.9
: 46.7
45.5
51.3

59.7
64.8
74.2
54.3
53.5
58.8

65.8
71.6
77.8
60.2
60.9
65.2

66.7
71.7
78.8
63.2
63.9
65.7

68.7
73.9
77.5
66.8
66.3
68.5

75.2
77.9
84.8
74.4
71.3
75.0

78.0
81.8
87.3
76.5
73.2
76.5

80.7
84.3
89.4
79.8
76.0
79.5

82.7
84.8
89.8
81.5
79.1
82.2

85.8
87.3
93.6
83.9
82.6
85.1

93.5
93.2
99.2
92.2
90.6
92.9

98.2
97.7
99.9
98.2
97.0
98.3

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

102.4
100,9
102.9
101.8
103.0
104.8

102.9
103.1
103.7
101.6
104.5
103.9

102.3
100.5
102.9
100.0
106.3
101.9

103.1
103.6
103.4
100.2
108.0
105.2

104.4
104.3
105.0
101.6
110.0
105.3

107.2
105.3
107.6
104.2
113.2
109.9

110.5
109.3
111.9
107.1
116.2
114.4

15
16
17
18
19
20

61.9
61.0

74.3
64.5

81.4
73.6

80.9
72.0

82.2
73,6

91.1
79.2

99.5
85.4

93.9
89.1

91.4
90.9

93.7
92.1

98.5
94.1

101.9
9S.5

100.0
100.0

106.1
102.0

106.7
103.5

107.2
104.7

105.9
103.6

105.4
99.6

105.5

97.7

107.9
95.7

21
22

41.1
53.7
63.7
44.7

50.0

57.5

63.7

66.7

70.0

74,4

78.0

82.2

85.2

89.0

92.0

97.1

100.0

105.1

107.7

110.6

112.1

116.5

121.6

124.9

23

45.3
44.9

54.8
56.8

65.1
66.7

71.7
73.4

72.3
73.4

73.9
74.5

79.8
81.5

82.2
81.8

84.2
85.7

85.0
85.1

87.1
87.6

93.7
93.2

98.6
98.5

100.0
100.0

102.7
102.4

102.9
104.3

105.9
105.9

107.8
108.2

110.2
112.8

113.2
115.8

116.3
118.5

24
25

108.4

111.3

114.8

26

49.7

€0.7

69.7

75.3

74.2

74.7

83.5

86.9

87.7

86.9

87.6

94.9

99.6

100.0

100.4

100.8

102.4

105.3

49.5

59.0

69.2

75.2

74.2

74.6

83.4

86.9

87.7

86.9

87.5

94.9

99.6

100.0

100.3

100.7

102.2

105.2

108.4

111.3

114.8

27

46.6
52.3
46.9
44.0
43.1
42.7

55.1
60.5
55.7
48.3
47.8
48.7

65.8
68.5
66.7
64.8
64.7
64.2

74.7
81.3
75.4
73.7
74.2
73.3

74.2
78.2
73.8
73.7
73.8
73.1

75.3
81.6
75.4
74.5
74.3
74.4

81.6
88.8
84.8
78.9
79.0
78.6

85.1
90.8
86.7
82.7
82.5
82.9

86.7
91.7
87.3
85.4
85.0
84.8

86.3
90.6
85.1
86.7
86.7
85.8

88.6
93.0
86.0
89.0
88.2
88.3

93.7
97.3
93.6
93.4
93.2
93.4

98.4
99.8
100.2
98.1
97.8
97.9

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

102.9
102.9
101.4
102.9
102.4
103.4

105.0
104.5
101.5
105.4
105.2
105.6

107.4
105.0
102.4
108.3
107.9
108.7

109.5
106.7
103.9
110.4
110.6
111.0

113.2
109.7
106.0
114.0
115.1
114.1

116.9
112.1
109.6
117.4
118.3
118.3

119.4
115.1
111.6
120.2
119.5
120.0

28
29
30
31
32
33

56.9
49.0
52.6

74.3
58.9
49.8

83.0
72,3
57.8

88.3
77.4
65.0

84.6
76.5
62.9

77.9
76.0
70.4

95.7
85.0
74.8

98/4
87.5
77.6

94.7
87.6
81.2

89.5
86.5
84.1

86.7
87.3
87.5

98.1
94.1
92.0

102.6
99.6
96.7

100.0
100.0
100.0

96.0
101.0
104.1

93.6
101.6
107.3

94.6
103.3
108.2

98.0
106.3
112.5

100.6
109.7
116.2

101.4
112.6
121.0

105.2
115.0
124.8

34
35
36

52.9
52.2
54.1

49.0
50.1
46.9

57.8
59.7
54.8

63.9
65.1
61.5

66.3
67.3
64.0

69.8
70.5
67.7

74.6
74.7
74.4

78.1
77.9
78.6

81.0
81.3
80.1

83.9
84.3
82.6

86.9
87.5
85.0

92,0
91.9
92.4

97.1
96.8
98.1

100.0
100.0
100.0

103.7
104.2
102.9

105.4
107.3
102.4

110.3
106.1
/ 112.5
108.1
112.9
105.7
102.8

114.0
116.3
116.5
110.1

118.5
121.0
121.3
113.4

122.3
125.4
125.4
116.8

37
38
39
40

1958

1959

1960

1961

1963

1964

1965

Producers' Durable Equipment by Type: Annually, 1929-65
[Index numbers, 1958*=100]
1945

1946

1947

1948

1949

1950

1951

1952

1953

1954

1955

1956

1957

1962

Line

—
51.7

57.5

64.6

70.3

73.6

75.2

80.9

82.2

83.5

84.0

85.9

91.8

97.5

100.0

102.0

102.2

102.1

102.3

102.3

103.1

103.8

1

51.7

57.7
56.4

65.0
61.5

70.5
66.5

73.6
69.9

75.4
70.6

81.2
76.7

82.3
79.6

83.6
80.9

86.1
84.3

92.0
91.1

97.6
96.7

100.0
100.0

102.0
101.9

102.2
101.9

102.1
102.4

102.3
101.7

102.2
101.2

103.2
101.4

103.9
102.8

54.3
75.0

62.0
97.8

66.7
120.6

70.0
87.8

72.7
106.6

77.8
124.4

80.6
120.0

80.6
109.6

83.9
81.7
83.7

87.1
122.8

91.2
145.0

97.3
123.4

100.0
100.0

100.0
108.3

104.7
94.4

103.7
98.7

101.7
84.5

107.4
83.2

105.8
98.4

106.3
108.7

2
3
4
5
6

97.6

51.7

57.6

64.7

70.4

73.6

75.3

81.1

82.3

83.6

84.1

86.1

92.0

97.5

100.0

102.0

102.2

102.0

102.3

iO2.2

103.1

103.8

7

53.6
46.3
43.2
60.9

57.5
49.7
47.7
65.6

68.3
61.3
53.2
65.9

72.3
68.6
55.8
72.0

74.1
69.3
55.9
75,3

76.8
70.2
65.6
77.4

85.1
80.3
63.6
80.8

83.5
81.2
63.4
83.6

84.8
83.5
67.6
87.0

86.0
83.4
68.6
,87.8

88.6
86.1
72.1
88.1

93.9
96.0
83,8
91.1

98.1
100.5
95.2
96.6

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

99.9
103.4
101.8
103.5

101.4
104.4
100.5
105.5

101.1
103.2
92.4
106.9

101.8
104.1
93.0
108.3

102.4
101.5
92.4
111.3

103.0
101.2
95.4
113.6

103.0
102.9
97.6
114.4

8
9
10
11

51.5
44.5
42.4
55.1

54.8
49.1
46.3
59.8

61.6
56.7
53.4
50.5

70.6
64.1
58.5
55.8

76.2
67.9
62.8
59.3

79.1
69.8
67.3
64.5

85.1
77.8
75.0
72.8

87.4
78.5
74.7
76.0

88.5
80.2
78.3
77.6

89.1
81.6
82.0
78.4

89.9
84.2
84.9
82.9

92.8
89.7
91.1
92.5

95.9
95.5
97.5
98.6

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

103.6
103.1
101.8
102.2

105.8
105.5
102.4
104.6

107.7
106.0
105.8
106.2

109.6
106.4
106.0
108.0

111.8
107.7
105.2
107.6

114.1
109.8
106.9
110.3

116.4
112.4
107.1
114.7

12
13
14
15

49.1
43.0

53.4
46.2

67.4
53.8

62.5
58.6

65.3
63.4

68.0
65.9

76.2
74.3

76-3
74.1

78.1
76.7

79.8
79.1

84.2
81.8

91.1
90.1

97.4
96.8

100.0
100.0

103.0
103.5

105.4
104.4

106.7
103.9

108.3
103.8

110.7
103.9

112.6
105.7

115.1
108.9

16
17

70.2
66.7

72.5
73.4

77.8
90.3

79.7
93.7

81.4
93.1

82.8
90.8

87.9
97.5

88.1
97.1

90.4
96.7

91.5
96.7

92.8
96.4

96.4
98.0

99.9
99.7

100.0
100.0

101.1
100.9

102.3
99.2

102.5
99.1

102.3
98.6

102.5
97.6

102.8
98.2

103.0
98.6

18
19

57.5

64.7

76.8
64.1

79.1
66.6

79.5
67.5

81.9
70.4

88.0
78.8

86.2

86.9
80.7

87.5
82.5

87.3
81.7

93.3
91.8

08.5
98.1

100.0
100.0

101.2
101.3

100.6
101.7

99.2
99.1

99.2
98.1

98.0
95.6

98.0
95.4

96.1
91.3

20
21

95.3
81.1

94.4
87.8

94.5
86.7

96.5
90.7

100.5
98.2

97.0
95.0

93.8
97.0

93.6
96.9

95.4
98.1

99.0
99.0

100.0
100.0

100.9
101.2

99.4
100.3

99.1
101.4

100.0
100.9

100.7
9S.0

100.7
99.6

101.8
97.3

22
23

80.3
85.3
82.7
83.1

83.3
88.0
85.9
85.2

90.2
90.5
93.8
91.7

95.1
96.8
98.5
97.7

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

101.8
103.4
101.2
102.2

100.2
101.5
102.1
102.5

100.1
101.8
101.6
101.6

99.3
100.8
101.6
98.6

98.4
101.6
101.7
96.9

98.4
101.5
103.0
101.2

99.3
100.1
104.5
102.4

24
25
26
27

80.8
84.3
94.9

83.0
86.3
95.8

89.3
90.1
98.4

95.6
96.6
101.5

100.0
100.0
100.0

102.2
101.6
98.4

103.5
103.5
97.1

103.7
104.7
95.7

103.7
106.8
95.8

103.7
106.2
94.9

105.7
106.4
94.6

105.9
107.5
94.9

28
29
30

78.1

52.2
72.3
48.6
41.3

56.2
62.9
52.8
53.2

63.2
70.4
60.3
60.3

68.4
77.0
64.1
65.2

71.7
80.7
66.9
66.8

71.2
81.1
70.4
68.6

76.9
85.4
80.2
74.0

81.2
88.6
79.8
77.0

93.3
98.8
80.6
87.4
81.6
81.0

50.3
57,1
59.6

57.7
62.1
66.4

61.7
68.5
77.1

65.8
73.2
81.4

68.2
73.7
81.7

73.3
75.1
85.5

77.2
81.5
93.5

7S.2
80.6
91.6

80.2
82.7
92.2




U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE: 1966

O—215-880


Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, One Federal Reserve Bank Plaza, St. Louis, MO 63102