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NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT
ACCOUNTS OF THE UNITED STATES I K
Volume 1, 1929-58

February 1993

U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE
Ronald H. Brown, Secretary
ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS ADMINISTRATION
BUREAU OF ECONOMIC ANALYSIS
. Carol S. Carson, Director
J. Steven Landefeld, Deputy Director

For sale by the Superintendent df Documents, U.S. Governmert Printing Office, Washington, DC 20402







Suggested Citation
U.S. Department of Commerce. Bureau of Economic Analysis. National Income
and Product Accounts of the United States: Volume /, J929-58. Washington, DC:
U.S. Government Printing Office* February 1993.

Acknowledgments
Gerald F. Donahoe, Chief of the National Income and
Wealth Division, supervised the preparation of this comprehensive revision of the national income and product accounts
of the United States. Richard C. Ziemer, Chief of the Government Division, and Joseph C. Wakefield, former Chief,
directed major parts of the revision. Robert P. Parker, Associate Director for National Economic Accounts, provided
overall supervision. Norman E. Bakka developed the major
computer systems used in the revision. Shelby W. Herman and Christian Ehemann assisted in the review of the
estimates. Eugene P. Seskin updated the text for this volume. M. Gretchen Gibson, under the guidance of Leland L.
Scott, Chief of the Publication Services Branch, coordinated
the preparation of the publication for printing; Eric B. Manning typeset the text and the tables, and Wm. Ronnie Foster
designed the cover.
Other staff who made significant contributions to the
revision are listed below.
Personal consumption expenditures—Clinton P. McCully,
M. Greg Key, Everette P. Johnson, William T. Bannister,
Myung G. Han, Moses J. Branch, Ellen B. Arroyo.
Investment—David W. Cartwright, Gregory Y. Won,
David B. Wasshausen.
Structures—Brooks B. Robinson. Producers' durable equipment—Jeffrey W. Crawford.
Inventories—Stephen P. Baldwin, Jean M. Stiller, Felicia V.
Candela, Michael D. Glenn.
Net exports—Corinne E. Krincek, Leo M. Bernstein,
Phyllistine M . Barnes.
Federal Government receipts and expenditures—David T.
Dobbs. Receipts and expenditures—Hermione A. Anglin,
Gary W. Davis, Ann M. Groszkiewicz, Benyam Tsehaye,
Michael W. Webb.
Federal Government purchases—Karl D, Galbraith, Peter




G. Beall, James E. Boucher, Florence H. Campi, Chon A.
Ficklin, Doris N. Johnson, Pamela A. Kelly, Raymen G.
Labella, Robert T. Mangan, Tamara M. Mast, Michael D.
McConathy, Keith E. McKenzie, Matthew P. McNeil, Claire
G. Pitzer, Abner Sachs.
State and local government transactions—David F. Sullivan, Steven J. Andrews, Richard D. Melchionno, Donald L.
Peters.
Measures of price change—Shelby W. Herman.
Income—Eugene P. Seskin.
Personal income—Arthur L. Sensenig.
Wages and
salaries—Pauline M. Cypert, Toui C. Pomsouvan. Other
labor income—James E. Rankin. Other contributors to the
personal income estimates include Thae S. Park and Mary V.
Pitts.
Business income—Kenneth A. Petrick.
Corporate
profits—Kenneth A. Petrick, Craig A. Hargenrader, Dorothy
G. Collins, Jerry L. Stone.
Nonfarm proprietors7
income—Willie J. Abney.
Farm output and income—George M. Smith.
Interest income—Teresa L. Weadock.
Rental income of persons—George M. Smith, Denise A.
McBride.
Consumption of fixed capital—John C. Musgrave, Heather
L. Quick.
Measures of output-Christian Ehemann, Mary W. Hook,
Jennifer M. Wu.
Computer services—Norman E. Bakka, Mary Carol
Barron, Phyllistine M. Barnes.
Table preparation and review—Virginia H. Mannering,
Norman E. Bakka, Jeanette M . Honsa, Phyllistine M. Barnes.
Secretarial—Eunice V. Blue, Gail P. Jones, Mary B.
Perkins, Lynda A. Swanson, Dorothy A. Wilson.

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Contents
Acknowledgments

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Introduction
Presentation of the NIPA's
Organization of the NIPA tables
Publication of the NIPA tables
Statistical conventions used for NIPA estimates

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Definitions and Classifications Underlying the National Income and Product Accounts
National income and product accounts entries
Major aggregates
National income and product account
Personal income and outlay account
Government receipts and expenditures account
Foreign transactions account
Gross saving and investment account
Other definitions
Real output and related measures
Real output
Price indexes
Implicit price deflators
Command-basis GNP and terms of trade
Classifications of production
Type of product
Sector
Legal form of organization
Industry

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Table A.—Summary National Income and Product Accounts, 1958

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National Income and Product Accounts Tables

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Index to the NIPA Tables

List of Tables
A Annual estimates

AQ Annual and quarterly estimates

Q Quarterly estimates

A M Annual and monthly estimates

1. National Product and Income
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4

Gross
Gross
Gross
Gross

Domestic
Domestic
Domestic
Domestic




Product
Product
Product
Product

*
(A, 1929-58; Q, 1946-58)
in Constant Dollars (A, 1929-58; Q, 1947-58)
by Major Type of Product (A/1929-58; Q, 1947-58)
by Major Type of Product in Constant Dollars (A, 1929-58; Q, 1947-58)

1
3
5
6

1.6
1.7
1.8
1.9
1.10
1.11
1.12
1.13
1.14
1.15
1.16

(A, 1929-58; Q, 1946-58)
: ' " *' V
Relation of Gross Domestic Product, Gross Domestic Purchases, and Final Sales to Domestic Purchasers
in Constant Dollars (A, 1929-58; Q, 1947-58)
Gross Domestic Product by Sector (A, 1929-58; Q, 1946-58)
Gross Domestic Product by Sector in Constant Dollars (A, 1929-58; Q, 1947-58)
Relation of Gross Domestic Product, Gross National Product, Net National Product, National Income,
and Personal Income (A, 1929-58; Q, 1946-58)
Relation of Gross Domestic Product, Gross National Product, Net National Product, and National Income
in Constant Dollars (A, 1929-58; Q, 1947-58)
Command-Basis Gross National Product in Constant Dollars (A, 1929-58; Q, 1947-58)
Net Domestic Product and Domestic Income by Sector (A, 1929-58)
Net Domestic Product and Domestic Income by Sector in Constant Dollars (A, 1929-58)
National Income by Type of Income (A, 1929-58; Q, 1946-58)
National Income by Sector, Legal Form of Organization, and Type of Income (A, 1929-58)
Gross Domestic Product of Corporate Business in Current Dollars and Gross Domestic Product of
Nonfinancial Corporate Business in Current and Constant Dollars (A, 1929-58; Q, 1946-58)

2• Personal Income and Outlays
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.7
2.8
2.9
2.10
2.11

Personal Income and Its Disposition (A, 1929-58; Q, 1946-58)
Personal Consumption Expenditures by Major Type of Product (AQ, 1946-58)
Personal Consumption Expenditures by Major Type of Product in Constant Dollars (AQ, 1947-58)
Personal Consumption Expenditures by Type of Expenditure (A, 1929-58)
Personal Consumption Expenditures by Type of Expenditure in Constant Dollars (A, 1929-58)
Personal Consumption Expenditures by Type of Product (A, 1929-58)
Personal Consumption Expenditures by Type of Product in Constant Dollars (A, 1929-58)
Personal Income by Type of Income (AM)
Personal Income and Its Disposition (AM)
Personal Consumption Expenditures by Major Type of Product (AM)
Personal Consumption Expenditures by Major Type of Product in Constant Dollars (AM)

3. Government Receipts and Expenditures
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
3.7A
3.8A
3.9A
3.10
3.11
3.12
3.13
3.14
3.15
3.16
3.17
3.18A
3.19
3.20

Government Receipts and Expenditures (A, 1929-58)
Federal Government Receipts and Expenditures (A, 1929-58; Q, 1946-58)
State and Local Government Receipts and Expenditures (A, 1929-58; Q, 1946-58)
Personal Tax and Nontax Receipts (A, 1929-58)
Indirect Business Tax and Nontax Accruals (A, 1929-58)
Contributions for Social Insurance (A, 1929-58)
Government Purchases by Type (A, 1929-58; Q, 1947-58)
Government Purchases by Type in Constant Dollars (A, 1929-58; Q, 1947-58)
Government Purchases Gross and Net of Sales by Type (A, 1929-58)
National Defense Purchases (AQ)
National Defense Purchases in Constant Dollars (AQ)
Government Transfer Payments to Persons (A, 1929-58)
Subsidies Less Current Surplus of Government Enterprises (A)
Social Insurance Funds Receipts and Expenditures (A, 1929-58)
Government Expenditures by Function (A, 1952-58)
Federal Government Expenditures by Type and Function (A, 1952-58)
State and Local Government Expenditures by Type and Function (A, 1952-58)
Relation of Federal Government Receipts and Expenditures in the National Income and Product Accounts
to the Consolidated Cash Statement, Fiscal Years (A, 1952-58)
Relation of State and Local Government Receipts and Expenditures in the National Income and Product
Accounts to Bureau of the Census Government Finances Data, Fiscal Years (A)
Relation of Commodity Credit Corporation Expenditures in the National Income and Product Accounts
to Commodity Credit Corporation Outlays in the Unified Budget (A)




4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5

Foreign Transactions in the National Income and Product Accounts (A, 1929-58; Q, 1946-58)
Exports and Imports of Goods and Services and Receipts and Payments of Factor Income
in Constant Dollars (A, 1929-58; Q, 1947-58)
Exports and Imports of Merchandise by End-Use Category (AQ)
Exports and Imports of Merchandise by End-Use Category in Constant Dollars (AQ)
Relation of Foreign Transactions in the National Income and Product Accounts to the
Corresponding Items in the Balance of Payments Accounts (A, 1946-58)

5• Saving and Investment
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
5.7
5.8
5.9
5.10
5.11
5.12
5.13

Gross Saving and Investment (A, 1929-58; Q, 1946-58)
Gross Private Domestic Investment, Consumption of Fixed Capital, and Net Private Domestic Investment
by Major Type of Investment (A, 1929-58)
Gross Private Domestic Investment, Consumption of Fixed Capital, and Net Private Domestic Investment
by Major Type of Investment in Constant Dollars (A, 1929-58)
Fixed Investment by Type (AQ, 1946-58)
Fixed Investment by Type in Constant Dollars (AQ, 1947-58)
Purchases of Structures by Type (A, 1929-58)
Purchases of Structures by Type in Constant Dollars (A, 1929-58)
Private Purchases of Producers' Durable Equipment by Type (A, 1929-58)
Private Purchases of Producers' Durable Equipment by Type in Constant Dollars (A, 1929-58)
Change in Business Inventories by Industry (A, 1929-58; Q, 1946-58)
Change in Business Inventories by Industry in Constant Dollars (A, 1929-58; Q, 1947-58)
Inventories and Final Sales of Domestic Business by Industry (Q, 1946-58)
Inventories and Final Sales of Domestic Business by Industry in Constant Dollars (Q, 1947-58)

6. Income, Employment, and Product by Industry
6.1 A
6.IB
6.2A
6.2B
6.3A
6.3B
6.4A
6.4B
6.5A
6.5B
6.6A
6.6B
6.7A
6.7B
6.8A
6.8B
6.9B
6.10B
6.1 IB
6.12A
6.12B
6.13A
6.13B
6.14A
6.14B
6.15A
6.15B
6.16A

National Income Without Capital Consumption Adjustment by Industry (A, 1929-45)
National Income Without Capital Consumption Adjustment by Industty (A, 1946-58; Q, 1948-58)
Compensation of Employees by Industry (A, 1929-48)
Compensation of Employees by Industry (A, 1948-58)
Wages and Salaries by Industry (A, 1929-48)
Wages and Salaries by Industry (A, 1948-58)
Full-Time and Part-Time Employees by Industry (A, 1929-48)
Full-Time and Part-Time Employees by Industry (A, 1948-58)
Full-Time Equivalent Employees by Industry (A, 1929^8)
Full-Time Equivalent Employees by Industry (A, 1948-58)
Wages and Salaries Per Full-Time Equivalent Employee by Industry (A, 1929-48)
Wages and Salaries Per Full-Time Equivalent Employee by Industry (A, 1948-58)
Self-Employed Persons by Industry (A, 1929-48)
Self-Employed Persons by Industry (A, 1948-58)
Persons Engaged in Production by Industry (A, 1929-48)
Persons Engaged in Production by Industry (A, 1948-58)
Hours Worked by Full-Time and Part-Time Employees by Industry (A, 1948-58)
Employer Contributions for Social Insurance by Industry (A, 1948-58)
Other Labor Income by Industiy and by Type (A, 1948-58)
Nonfarm Proprietors' Income by Industry (A, 1929-48)
Nonfarm Proprietors' Income by Industry (A, 1948-58)
Noncorporate Capital Consumption Allowances by Industry (A, 1929-47)
Noncorporate Capital Consumption Allowances by Industry (A, 1948-58)
Inventory Valuation Adjustment to Nonfarm Incomes by Legal Form of Organization and Industry
(A, 1929—47)
Inventory Valuation Adjustment to Nonfarm Incomes by Legal Form of Organization and Industry
(A, 1948-58)
Net Interest by Industry (A, 1929-47)
Net Interest by Industry (A, 1948-58)
Corporate Profits by Industry (A, 1929-47)




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87
88
89
91
93
95
96
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99
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102

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106
108
109
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114
115
117
118
120
121
121
122
124
125
125
126
126
127
128
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129
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131
132

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6.18A
6.18B
6.19A
6.19B
6.20A
6.20B
6.21 A
6.2IB
6.22A
6.22B

Corporate Profits Before Tax by Industry (A, 1948-58)
Federal, State, and Local Corporate Profits Tax Liability by Industry (A, 1929^7)
Federal, State, and Local Corporate Profits Tax Liability by Industry (A, 1948-58)
Corporate Profits After Tax by Industry (A, 1929-47)
Corporate Profits After Tax by Industry (A, 1948-58)
Net Corporate Dividend Payments by Industry (A, 1929-47)
Net Corporate Dividend Payments by Industry (A, 1948-58)
Undistributed Corporate Profits by Industry (A, 1929-47)
Undistributed Corporate Profits by Industry (A, 1948-58)
Corporate Capital Consumption Allowances by Industry (A, 1929-47)
Corporate Capital Consumption Allowances by Industry (A, 1948-58)

7. Quantity and Price Indexes
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
7.5
7.6
7.7
7.8
7.9
7.10
7.11
7.12
7.13
7.14
7.15

8.3
8.4
8.5
8.6
8.7
8.8
8.9
8.10
8.11
8.12
8.13
8.14
8.15
8.16
8.17
8.18

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147

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Fixed-Weighted and Alternative Quantity and Price Indexes for Gross Domestic Product (A, 1929-58;
148
Q, 1947-58)
Fixed-Weighted and Alternative Quantity and Price Indexes for Gross Domestic Product, Final Sales,
158
and Purchases (A, 1929-58; Q, 1947-58)
Fixed-Weighted and Alternative Quantity and Price Indexes for Gross National Product
and Command-Basis Gross National Product (A, 1929-58; Q, 1947-58)
161
Price Indexes for Personal Consumption Expenditures by Major Type of Product, Fixed 1987 Weights
163
(A, 1929-58; Q, 1947-58)
Price Indexes for Personal Consumption Expenditures by Type of Product, Fixed 1987 Weights (A, 1929-58) 165
Price Indexes for Fixed Investment by Type, Fixed 1987 Weights (AQ)
(*)
Price Indexes for Purchases of Structures by Type, Fixed 1987 Weights (A)
(*)
Price Indexes for Private Purchases of Producers' Durable Equipment by Type, Fixed 1987 Weights (A)
(*)
Price Indexes for Exports and Imports of Goods and Services and for Receipts and Payments of
Factor Income, Fixed 1987 Weights (A, 1929-58; Q, 1947-58)
I69
Price Indexes for Exports and Imports of Merchandise by End-Use Category, Fixed 1987 Weights (AQ) . . . . . . (*)
(*)
Price Indexes for Government Purchases by Type, Fixed 1987 Weights (AQ)
Price Indexes for National Defense Purchases, Fixed 1987 Weights (AQ)
(*)
Implicit Price Deflators for the Relation of Gross Domestic Product, Gross National Product, Net National
171
Product, and National Income (A, 1929-58; Q, 1947-58)
172
Implicit Price Deflators for Gross Domestic Product by Sector (A, 1929-58; Q, 1947-58)
Current-Dollar Cost and Profit Per Unit of Constant-Dollar Gross Domestic Product of Nonfinancial
Corporate Business (AQ, 1948-58)
173

8. Supplementary Tables
8.1
8.2

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138
139
40
J41
42

Percent Change From Preceding Period in Selected Series (A, 1930-59; Q, 1947-59)
Selected Per Capita Product and Income Series in Current and Constant Dollars and
Population of the United States (A, 1929-58; Q, 1946-58)
Auto Output (AQ, 1947-58)
Auto Output in Constant Dollars (AQ, 1947-58)
Truck Output (AQ)
Truck Output in Constant Dollars (AQ)
Farm Sector Output, Gross Product, and National Income (A, 1929-58)
Farm Sector Output, Gross Product, and National Income in Constant Dollars (A, 1929-58)
....
Housing Sector Output, Gross Product, and National Income (A, 1929-58)
Housing Sector Output, Gross Product, and National Income in Constant Dollars (A, 1929-58)
Consumption of Fixed Capital by Legal Form of Organization (A, 1929-58)
Capital Consumption Adjustment by Legal Form of Organization and Type of Adjustment (A, 1929-58)
Business Transfer Payments by Type (A, 1929-58)
Supplements to Wages and Salaries by Type (A, 1948-58)
Rental Income of Persons by Type (A, 1946-58)
*
* [
Dividends Paid and Received by Sector (A, 1946-58)
. V.
Interest Paid and Received by Sector and Legal Form of Organization (A, 1946-58)
Imputations in the National Income and Product Accounts (A. 1929-58)




175
175

I90
192
193
(*)
(*)
194
195
196
*97
198
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200
200
201
201
202
203

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8.20
8.21
8.22
8.23
8.24

Relation of Consumption of Fixed Capital in the National Income and Product Accounts
to Depreciation and Amortization as Published by the Internal Revenue Service (A, 1929-58)
Relation of Nonfarm Proprietors' Income in the National Income and Product Accounts
to Corresponding Measures as Published by the Internal Revenue Service (A)
Relation of Net Farm Income in the National Income and Product Accounts to Net Farm Income
as Published by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (A)
Relation of Corporate Profits, Taxes, and Dividends in the National Income and Product Accounts
to Corresponding Measures as Published by the Internal Revenue Service (A, 1929-58)
Relation of Monetary Interest Paid and Received in the National Income and Product Accounts
to Corresponding Measures as Published by the Internal Revenue Service (A, 1946-58)
Comparison of Personal Income in the National Income and Product Accounts with
Adjusted Gross Income as Published by the Internal Revenue Service (A, 1947-58)

9. Seasonally Unadjusted Estimates
9.1
9.2
9.3
9.4
9.5
9.6

Gross Domestic Product (Q, 1946-58)
Personal Consumption Expenditures by Major Type of Product (Q, 1946-58)
Federal Government Receipts and Expenditures (Q, 1946-58)
State and Local Government Receipts and Expenditures (Q, 1946-58)
Foreign Transactions in the National Income and Product Accounts (Q, 1946-58)
Corporate Profits With Inventory Valuation Adjustment (Q, 1946-58)

* Estimates for this table are not available for 1929-58.




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208
210
210

211
211
212
213
214
215
216

Introduction
This is the first of two volumes that present the revised
national income and product accounts (NIPA) estimates
resulting from the most recent comprehensive, that is, benchmark, revision. This volume presents the set of NIPA tables
for 1929-58; summaiy information on the comprehensive revision was released in December 1991. Volume 2, which was
published in September 1992, presents the NIPA tables for
1959-88.
The 1991 comprehensive revision was the ninth of its kind
since the Commerce Department first published national income statistics in 1942. Comprehensive revisions, which
usually occur at about 5-year intervals, are so termed because of the scope of the changes incorporated and because of
the number of years subject to revision. These revisions involve three kinds of changes: Definitional and classificational
changes, which update the accounts to reflect the evolving
U.S. economy; statistical changes, which update the estimates to reflect shifts in the base period, to incorporate newly
available and revised source data, and to introduce new and
improved estimating procedures; and new and redesigned tables, which update the presentation of the NIPA's to reflect
the definitional, classificational, and statistical changes and to
make the tables more informative. (For specific information
about the 1991 comprehensive revision, see the SURVEY OF
CURRENT BUSINESS articles listed in the box on page M - 3 . )
This volume also presents definitions of the NIPA entries,
definitions of real output and related measures, and classifications of production found in the NIPA tables. These definitions and classifications reflect changes that were introduced
with the comprehensive revision in December 1991. Thus,
they supersede definitions provided in earlier publications.
Additional information on the conceptual framework of the
NIPA's and the methodologies used to prepare the estimates
is available in a series of methodology papers (MP's). MP-4
also contains an extensive annotated list of publications going
back to the mid-1970's. It should be noted, however, that
these publications do not reflect the definitional and classificational changes or the methodology changes introduced in
the most recent comprehensive revision. The list of the six
MP's that have been published is shown in the box on page
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Presentation of the NIPA's
Organization of the NIPA tables
The NIPA tables are grouped into nine categories:

2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.

Personal Income and Outlays
Government Receipts and Expenditures
Foreign Transactions
Saving and Investment
Income, Employment, and Product by Industry
Quantity and Price Indexes
Supplementary Tables
Seasonally Unadjusted Estimates

The "Supplementary Tables" category consists of tables
showing percentage changes in the major NIPA aggregates;
selected per capita series; auto, truck, farm sector, and
housing sector output; detail on several components of
gross national income—consumption of fixed capital, capital
consumption adjustment, business transfer payments, supplements to wages and salaries, rental income of persons,
dividends, and interest; imputations; and reconciliations of
several NIPA measures to the source data (for example, tax
return tabulations) from which they are derived or to which
they are closely related.
Tables are individually numbered both by category and
within categories. The first digit indicates the category, and

Cycle of the NIPA Estimates
Quarterly estimates of gross domestic product (GDP) are released on the following schedule: "Advance" estimates are
released near the end of the first month after the end of the
quarter; as more detailed and comprehensive data become
available, "preliminary" and "final" estimates are released near
the end of the second and third months, respectively. Quarterly
estimates of gross national product, national income, corporate
profits, and net interest lag the GDP estimates by 1 month:
The first estimates of these items are released with the preliminary GDP estimates, and the revised estimates are released
with the final GDP estimates. (The fourth-quarter estimates of
these items lag by an additional month.) Monthly estimates of
personal income and outlays are released near the end of the
month following the reference month; estimates for the 2 to 4
most recent months are revised at that time. Ordinarily, annual
revisions are carried out each July and cover the months and
quarters of the most recent calendar year and the 2 preceding
years. (For example, the July 1992 revision covers 1989, 1990,
and 1991.) These revisions are timed to incorporate newly
available major annual source data. Comprehensive revisions
are carried out at about 5-year intervals.

1. National Product and Income




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subsequent digits indicate the table number within that category. A letter suffix is used to represent major discontinuities
in coverage, for example, the edition of the Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) underlying the estimates (see the
section "Industry" on page M-I2).
From time to time, changes in the coverage or in the quality
of the statistics result in discontinuities in NIPA time series.
For example, beginning with 1960, the estimates cover the
50 States and the District of Columbia; before 1960, Alaska
and Hawaii were partly omitted. While it is not possible
to identify all discontinuities, major discontinuities are indicated in the tables. In addition to the use of letter suffixes
to indicate major discontinuities in coverage, other types of
discontinuities are referenced in the footnotes.
The full set of NIPA tables, which consists of 132 tables
and about 5,100 line items, contains annual, quarterly, and
monthly estimates. (The box "Cycle of the NIPA Estimates"
describes the schedule of release for the estimates.) The complete list of NIPA tables is shown on pages v-ix. For each of
the tables included in this volume, the frequency of the estimates and the time period covered is given. The remaining
tables listed show the frequency of the estimates, but the asterisk (*) indicates that the estimates are not available for the
1929-58 period. Annual estimates are based on source data
that are typically not available quarterly or monthly. Quarterly estimates in current dollars begin with those for 1946,
and quarterly estimates in constant dollars begin with those
for 1947. Many of the tables with only annual estimates show
detailed breakdowns of components; for example, tables 5.6
and 5.7 show purchases of structures by type (in current and
constant dollars, respectively).
The index beginning on page 217 identifies the NIPA table (or tables) containing that line item. Commonly used
terms that differ from the NIPA wording are included, with a
reference to the appropriate NIPA item.

bles indicates whether the estimates are advance, preliminary,
or final.
Certain NIPA estimates also appear in other parts of the
SURVEY. The additional presentations described below show
estimates or analyses that do not fit neatly into the system or
publication schedule for the standard presentation.
"Reconciliation and Other Special Tables" regularly shows
tables that reconcile NIPA estimates to related series and
tables that present analytically useful extensions of NIPA
estimates.
At present, tables in this section show the
reconciliation of relevant NIPA series to those in the balance of payments accounts and the reconciliation of BEA
compensation to Bureau of Labor Statistics earnings.
"Constant-Dollar Inventories, Sales, and Inventory-Sales
Ratios for Manufacturing and Trade" (in March, June,
September, and December) shows quarterly and monthly estimates for the series indicated. Also shown are quarterly
fixed-weighted inventory-sales ratios (using sales as weights)
and quarterly and monthly inventories for manufacturing by
stage of fabrication. The current-dollar sales figures are from
the Census Bureau and are deflated by BEA; the inventory
estimates are from the NIPA's.

Statistical conventions used for
NIPA estimates
Most of the estimates are presented in billions of dollars. The
major exceptions are certain current-dollar annual estimates,
which are presented in millions of dollars, and estimates presented as index numbers. Current-dollar estimates are valued
in the prices of the period in which the transaction takes

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Alternative Media
The section "National Income and Product Accounts" in the
SURVEY OF CURRENT BUSINESS is the primary vehicle for the
publication of the NIPA's. Except for years in which comprehensive revisions are released, July SURVEY issues contain
a full set of NIPA tables for the annual revisions. In months
other than July, a set of "Selected NIPA Tables" presents
the quarterly estimates that are released each month (and the
corresponding annual estimates). The selected set comprises
53 tables from the first eight categories listed above. (Seasonally unadjusted estimates are compiled only once a year
and thus are not included in the selected set of tables.) For
users' convenience in tracking specific estimates, the numbering system established for the full set of tables is retained
in the selected set; as a result, gaps in table numbering occur
in the presentation of the selected tables.
The SURVEY issue for a particular month presents the estimates released during that month; for example, advance
first-quarter estimates are released during the month of April
and appear in the April SURVEY. A note preceding the NIPA ta


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estimates available electronically through the Economic Bulletin Board maintained by the U.S. Department of Commerce's
Office of Business Analysis (OBA). in addition, BEA provides
annual and quarterly NIPA estimates to the National Trade
Data Bank (NTDB) and the National Economic, Social, and
Environmental Data Bank (NESE«DB). The NTDB and the
NESEtDB are produced by OBA on Compact Disc Read-Only
Memory. For information, call OBA at (202) 482-1986.
BEA also prepares recorded telephone messages summarizing key estimates immediately after their release: For gross
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and outlays, call (202) 898-2452.
Many of the NIPA estimates are available on computer tape
and on diskettes. For a list of NIPA information products,
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place. Constant-dollar estimates (see the section on real output and related measures, page M-10) are valued in the prices
of a period designated the base period (at present, 1987),
thus removing price change from any period-to-period movement in the series. The designation of 1987 as the base
period also means that levels in 1987 are set equal to 100
in calculating quantity and price indexes and implicit price
deflators.
For quarters and months, the estimates (except indexes)
are presented at annual rates. Annual rates show values for
a quarter or a month at their annual equivalent (that is, the
value that would be registered if the rate of activity measured for a month or a quarter were maintained for a full
year). Annual rates make it easier to compare values for
time periods of different lengths—for example, quarters and
years.
The percent changes shown in table 8.1 are also expressed
at annual rates and are calculated from the published quarterly
estimates, which are rounded to the nearest one-tenth of a
billion dollars. The annual rates for quarterly percent changes

are calculated with a variant of the compound interest rate
formula:
x 100
where r is the percent change at an annual rate and Q, and
<2f_ i are the quarterly estimates for a quarter and for the
preceding quarter, respectively.
Quarterly and monthly NIPA estimates are seasonally adjusted, if necessary. Seasonal adjustment removes from the
time series the average impact of variations that normally occur at about the same time and in about the same magnitude
each year—for example, weather, holidays, and tax payment
dates. In most cases, BEA uses source data that are seasonally
adjusted by the source agency; in others, the statistical procedures used by BEA—for example, the X - I I variant of the
Census Method I I seasonal adjustment program—are based
on historical experience. After seasonal adjustment, cyclical
and other short-term changes in the economy stand out more
clearly.

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(1985). 19 pp. $12.50 (NTIS Accession No. PB 85-247567).
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No. PB 85-245397).
No. 3: Foreign Transactions. (1987). 52 pp. $19.00 (NTIS
Accession No. PB 88-100649).
No. 4: GNP: An Overview of Source Data and Estimating
Methods. (1987). 36 pp. $17.00 (NTIS Accession No. PB 88134838). The source data and estimating methods are updated in
the J u l y 1 9 9 2 SURVEY OF CURRENT BUSINESS ( s e e b e l o w ) .

No. 5: Government Transactions. (1988). 120 pp. $26.00
(NTIS Accession No. PB 90-118480).
No. 6: Personal Consumption Expenditures. (1990). 92 pp.
$4.50 (GPO Stock No. 003-010-00200-0).
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• The Use of National Income and Product A ccounts for Public Policy: Our Successes and Failures (BEA Staff Paper




No. 43). (1985). 32 pp. $17.00 (NTIS Accession No.
PB 86-191541).
• "Evaluation of the GNP Estimates," August 1987 SURVEY
OF CURRENT BUSINESS.

Recent revisions of the NIPA's
The following is a list of articles in the SURVEY OF CURRENT
BUSINESS that cover the 1991 comprehensive revision and the
1992 annual revision.
• "Gross Domestic Product
Production," August 1991.

as a Measure

of

U.S.

• "A Preview of the Comprehensive Revision of the National Income and Product Accounts: Definitional and
Classificational Changes," September 1991.
• "A Preview of the Comprehensive Revision of the
National Income and Product Accounts: New and
Redesigned Tables," October 1991.
• "The Comprehensive Revision of the U.S. National
Income and Product Accounts:
A Review of Revisions and Major Statistical Changes." December
1991.
• "Alternative Measures of Change in Real Output and
Prices," April 1992.
• "Annual Revision of the U.S. National Income and Product
Accounts," July 1992.

Definitions and Classifications Underlying the National
Income and Product Accounts
National income and product accounts
entries

labor and property supplied by foreign residents. Factor incomes are measured as compensation of employees, corporate
profits (dividends, earnings of unincorporated affiliates, and
reinvested earnings of incorporated affiliates), and interest.
Income and product aggregates are defined below, and their
Net domestic product (NDP) is the net market value of the
definitions are amplified by definitions of their major comgoods and services attributable to labor and property located
ponents. The aggregates differ from each other because of
in the United States and is equal to GDP less consumption
distinctions that are made between domestic measures and naof fixed capital. It is U.S. production net of the fixed capital
tional measures, between gross and net concepts, and between
"used up" in the production process during the accounting
market-value and factor-cost concepts.
period. Net national product (NNP) is the net market value
The remaining definitions are presented in the framework
of goods and services attributable to the labor and property
of the five-account summary of the national income and prodsupplied by the residents of the United States and is equal
uct accounts (NIPA's) (shown in table A, page M-14). Each
to GNP less consumption of fixed capital. The measure of
entry has a counterentry, generally in another account. The
consumption of fixed capital used for both NDP and NNP
parenthetical numbers that follow an entry in table A identify
relates only to fixed capital located in the United States.
the counterentry by account and line number. With the exGross national income (1-26) is the costs incurred and
ception of major income and product aggregates, entries are
the profits earned in the production of GNP. Accordingly, it
usually defined in the sequence in which they appear in the
equals GNP, except for the statistical discrepancy. Gross nafive-account summary. The definition is not repeated where
tional income is the sum of (1) factor incomes—compensation
the counterentry appears, but a cross-reference is made to the
of employees, proprietors* income, rental income of perplace of its first appearance. Following the five-account sumsons, corporate profits, and net interest; (2) three nonfactor
mary discussion, definitions for several additional items are
incomes—business transfer payments, indirect business taxes,
presented: Gross domestic purchases, final sales to domestic
and the current surplus of government enterprises less govpurchasers, final sales of domestic product, population, perernment subsidy payments; and (3) consumption of fixed
sonal saving as a percentage of disposable personal income,
capital.
U.S. residents, and the rest of the world.
National income (1-19) is the sum of the factor incomes.
It is a net factor cost measure equal to the income that originates in the production of goods and services supplied by
Major aggregates
the residents of the United States. Domestic income, also a
Effective with the 1991 comprehensive revision, BEA began
net factor cost measure, is the income that originates in the
production of goods and services attributable to labor and
featuring gross domestic product (GDP), rather than gross
property located in the United States.
national product (GNP), as the primary measure of U.S. production. GDP is the market value of the goods and services
To summarize, GDP is a gross market value measure, net
produced by labor and property located in the United States. domestic product is a net market value measure, and domesAs long as the labor and property are located in the United
tic income is a net factor cost measure. The corresponding
national measures are GNP (gross market value), net national
States, the suppliers (that is, the workers and, for property,
product (net market value), and national income (net factor
the owners) may be either U.S. residents or residents of the
cost).
rest of the world. GNP (1-28) covers the goods and services
produced by labor and property supplied by U.S. residents. As Personal income is the income received by persons from
long as the labor and property are supplied by U.S. residents,
all sources—that is, from participation in production, from
they may be located either in the United States or abroad,
both government and business transfer payments, and from
("U.S. residents" is defined on page M-10.)
government interest (which is treated like a transfer payment).
"Persons" consists of individuals, nonprofit institutions that
To move from GDP to GNP, one must add receipts of
primarily serve individuals, private noninsured welfare funds,
factor income from the rest of the world, which represent
and private trust funds. Personal income is calculated as
the goods and services produced abroad using the labor and
the sum of wage and salary disbursements, other labor
property supplied by U.S. residents, and subtract payments of
income, proprietors' income with inventory valuation and
factor income to the rest of the world, which represent the
capital consumption adjustments, rental income of persons
goods and services produced in the United States using the




M-5

Nonresidential PDE consists of private business purchases
on capital account of new machinery, equipment, furniture,
and vehicles (except for personal-use portions of equipment purchased for both business and personal use, which
are included in PCE), plus dealers* margins on sales of
used equipment, and net purchases of used equipment from
government, from persons, and from the rest of the world.
Residential fixed investment consists of both structures and
National income and product account
residential PDE—equipment owned by landlords and rented
to tenants. Investment in structures consists of new units,
GDP (defined above) is the sum of personal consumption
improvements to existing units, mobile homes, brokers' comexpenditures, gross private domestic investment (including
missions on the sale of residential property, and net purchases
change in business inventories and before deduction of
of used structures from government.
charges for consumption of fixed capital), net exports of
goods and services (exports less imports), and government
Change in business inventories (1-41) is the change in the
purchases. GDP excludes business purchases of goods and
physical volume of inventories held by business, valued in
services on current account.
average prices of the period. It differs from the change in the
Personal consumption expenditures (1-31) is goods and book value of inventories reported by business; an inventory
services purchased by persons resident in the United States.
valuation adjustment converts inventories valued at historical
Most of personal consumption expenditures (PCE) consists of
cost to replacement cost. (The inventory valuation adjustment
purchases of new goods and of services by individuals from
is described below.)
business. In addition, PCE includes purchases of new goods
Net exports of goods and services (1-42) is exports (1-43)
and of services by nonprofit institutions, net purchases of used
less imports (1-44) of goods and services. Receipts of factor
goods by individuals and nonprofit institutions, and purchases
income are excluded from exports, and payments of factor
abroad of goods and services by U.S. residents traveling or
income are excluded from imports.
working in foreign countries.1 PCE also includes purchases
Government purchases (1^-5) is purchases from business
for certain services provided by the government—primarily
(including net purchases of used goods), compensation of
tuition payments for higher education and charges for medigovernment employees, and purchases from the rest of the
cal care. Finally, PCE includes imputed purchases that keep
world. Receipts of certain services provided by government—
PCE invariant to changes in the way that certain activities
primarily tuition payments for higher education and charges
are carried out—for example, whether housing is rented or
for medical care—are defined as government sales, which
owned or whether employees are paid in cash or in kind.
are treated as deductions from government purchases. The
The following conventions are used to classify each PCE
change in inventories and purchases of structures and equipcommodity: Durable goods (1-32) are commodities that can
ment by government enterprises are included, but their
be stored or inventoried and that have an average life of at
current-account purchases are not. Purchases does not include
least 3 years; nondurable goods (1-33) are all other commoditransfer payments, interest paid by government, and subsidies.
ties that can be stored or inventoried; and services (1-34) are
Transactions in financial assets and land also are excluded.
commodities that cannot be stored and that are consumed at
Compensation of employees (1-1) is the income accruing
the place and time of purchase.
to employees as remuneration for their work. It is the sum of
Gross private domestic investment (1-35) consists of fixed
investment (1-36) and change in business inventories (1-41).wages and salaries and of supplements to wages and salaries.
Wages and salaries (1-2) consists of the monetary remunerFixed investment consists of both nonresidential (1-37) fixed
ation of employees, including the compensation of corporate
investment and residential (1-40) fixed investment. It is
officers; commissions, tips, and bonuses; voluntary employee
measured without a deduction for consumption of fixed capcontributions to certain deferred compensation plans such as
ital and includes replacements and additions to the capital
401 (k) plans; and receipts in kind that represent income.
stock. It covers all investment by business and nonprofit
Wages and salaries consists of disbursements (1-3) and wage
institutions in the United States, regardless of whether the
accruals less disbursements (1-4). Disbursements is wages
investment is owned by U.S. residents. (Public purchases
and salaries as just defined except that retroactive wages are
of equipment and structures is in the government purchases
counted when paid rather than when earned.
account.) It excludes investment by U.S. residents in other
countries. Nonresidential fixed investment consists of both
Supplements to wages and salaries (1-5) consists of emstructures (1-38) and producers* durable equipment (PDE) ployer contributions for social insurance and other labor
(1-39).
income. Employer contributions for social insurance (1-6)
consists of employer payments under the following proNonresidential structures consists of new construction, brograms: Old-age, survivors, and disability insurance (social
kers' commissions on sale of structures, and net purchases
security); hospital insurance; unemployment insurance; railof used structures by business and nonprofit institutions from
road retirement; government employee retirement; pension
governments. New construction also includes hotels and
benefit guaranty; veterans life insurance; publicly adminismotels, and mining exploration, shafts, and wells.
tered workers' compensation; military medical insurance: and
I. Purchases of residential structures by individuals and nonprofit institutions that
temporary disability insurance. Other tabor income (1-7)
primarily serve individuals arc classified as gross private domestic investment.
consists of employer payments to private pension and profitwith capital consumption adjustment, personal dividend income, personal interest income, and transfer payments to
persons, less personal contributions for social insurance.
Disposable personal income is personal income less personal tax and nontax payments. It is the income available to
persons for spending or saving.




sharing plans, private group health and life insurance plans,
privately administered workers' compensation plans, supplemental unemployment benefit plans, corporate directors' fees,
and several minor categories of employee compensation, including judicial fees to jurors and witnesses, compensation of
prison inmates, and marriage fees to justices of the peace.
Proprietors' income with inventory valuation and capital
consumption adjustments (1-8) is the current-production income (including income in kind) of sole proprietorships and
partnerships and of tax-exempt cooperatives. The imputed
net rental income of owner-occupants of farm dwellings is
included. Dividends and monetary interest received by nonfinancial business and rental incomes received by persons not
primarily engaged in the real estate business are excluded;
these incomes are included in dividends, net interest, and
rental income of persons. (The inventory valuation and capital
consumption adjustments are described below.)
Rental income of persons with capital consumption adjustment (1-9) is the net current-production income of persons
from the rental of real property, except income of persons
primarily engaged in the real estate business; the imputed net
rental income of owner-occupants of nonfarm dwellings; and
the royalties received by persons from patents, copyrights,
and rights to natural resources. (The capital consumption
adjustment is described below.)
Corporate profits with inventory valuation and capital consumption adjustments (1—10) is the income of organizations
treated as corporations in the NIPA's. These organizations
consist of all entities required to file Federal corporate tax returns, including mutual financial institutions and cooperatives
subject to Federal income tax; private noninsured pension
funds; nonprofit institutions that primarily serve business;
Federal Reserve banks; and federally sponsored credit agencies. The income is that arising from current production. With
several differences, this income is measured as receipts less
expenses as defined in Federal tax law. Among these differences are the following: Receipts exclude capital gains and
dividends received, expenses exclude depletion and capital
losses and losses resulting from bad debts, inventory withdrawals are valued at replacement cost, and depreciation is
on a consistent accounting basis and valued at replacement
cost. Because national income is defined as the income of
U.S. residents, its profits component includes income earned
abroad by U.S. corporations and excludes income earned in
the United States by the rest of the world. (The inventory
valuation and capital consumption adjustments are described
below.)
Profits before tax (1-11) is the income of organizations
treated as corporations in the NIPA's, as described above,
except that it reflects the inventory and depreciation accounting practices used for Federal income tax returns. It consists
of profits tax liability, dividends, and undistributed corporate
profits.
Profits tax liability (1-12) is the sum of Federal, State, and
local income taxes on all income subject to taxes; this income
includes capital gains and other income excluded from profits
before tax. The taxes are measured on an accrual basis, net
of applicable tax credits.




Profits after tax (1-13) is profits before tax less profits tax
liability. It consists of dividends and undistributed corporate profits. Dividends (1-14) is payments in cash or other
assets, excluding the corporations' own stock, made by corporations located in the United States and abroad to stockholders
who are U.S. residents. The payments are measured net of
dividends received by U.S. corporations. Dividends paid to
State and local government social insurance funds and general government are included. Undistributed profits (1-15) is
corporate profits after tax less dividends.
Inventory valuation adjustment (1-16) for corporations is
the difference between the cost of inventory withdrawals as
valued in determining profits before tax and the cost of withdrawals valued at replacement cost. It is needed because,
under the accounting practices used by businesses to determine income as reported in the source data, inventories are
often charged to cost of sales (that is, withdrawn) at their acquisition (historical) cost rather than at their replacement cost
(the concept underlying the NIPA's). In periods of changing
prices, this practice results in profits (or losses) on inventoried goods. The inventory valuation adjustment (IVA) is
an estimate of inventory profits, but with the sign reversed.
Thus, adding the IVA to income removes the inventory profits, as is appropriate for a measure of current production. As
noted above, a similar adjustment is applied to change in
business inventories and nonfarm proprietors' income. No adjustment is needed to farm proprietors' income because farm
inventories are measured on a current-market-cost basis.
Net interest (1-18) is the interest paid by business less interest received by business, plus interest received from the rest
of the world less interest paid to the rest of the world. Interest payments on mortgage and home improvement loans are
counted as interest paid by business because home ownership
is treated as a business in the NIPA's. In addition to monetary interest, net interest includes imputed interest, which is
paid by corporate financial business. The imputed interest
paid by life insurance carriers and noninsured pension plans
credits their investment income to persons in the year it is
earned. The imputed interest payments by financial intermediaries other than life insurance carriers and private noninsured
pension plans to persons, governments, and to the rest of the
world have imputed service charges as counterentries in GNP;
they are included in personal consumption expenditures, in
government purchases, and in exports, respectively.
Business transfer payments (1-20) consists of payments to
persons (1-21) and to the rest of the world (1-22) for which
no current services are performed. Business transfer payments to persons consists primarily of liability payments for
personal injury and of corporate gifts to nonprofit institutions.
Business transfer payments to the rest of the world is nonresident taxes—taxes paid by domestic corporations to foreign
governments.
Indirect business tax and nontax liability (1-23) consists of
tax liabilities that are chargeable to business expense in the
calculation of profit-type incomes and of certain other business liabilities to government agencies (except government
enterprises) that are treated like taxes. Indirect business taxes
includes taxes on sales, property, and production. Employer
contributions for social insurance are not included. Taxes on

corporate incomes are not included; these taxes cannot be
calculated until profits are known, and in that sense they are
not a business expense. Nontaxes includes regulatory and inspection fees, special assessments, fines and forfeitures, rents
and royalties, and donations. Nontaxes generally excludes
business purchases from government of goods and services
that are similar to those provided by the private sector. Government receipts from the sales of such products are netted
against government purchases so that they do not appear in
GDP.

corporations, and of compensation paid to U.S. residents b
y
foreigners.
Payments offactor income to the rest of the world (1-30)
consists of payments to foreign residents of interest and dividends, of reinvested earnings of U.S. affiliates of foreign
corporations, and of compensation paid to foreigners by U.S.
residents.

Personal income and outlay account

Subsidies less current surplus of government enterprises Wage and salary disbursements (see 1-3).
(1-24). Subsidies is the monetary grants paid by government
Other labor income (see 1-7).
to business, including government enterprises at another level
Proprietors* income with inventory valuation and capital
of government. The current surplus ofgovernment enterprises
consumption adjustments (see 1-8).
is their current operating revenue and subsidies received from
Rental income of persons with capital consumption
other levels of government less their current expenses. In the
adjustment (see 1-9).
calculation of their current surplus, no deduction is made for
Personal dividend income (2-11) is the dividend income of
depreciation charges and net interest paid. The current surpersons from all sources. It equals net dividends paid by corplus of government enterprises is not counted as a profit-type
porations (see 1-14) less dividends received by government
income, and therefore, it is not counted as a factor charge.
(2-13). Dividends received by government consists of diviSubsidies and current surplus are shown as a combined entry
dends received by State and local governments, primarily by
because deficits incurred by government enterprises may retheir retirement systems.
sult from selling goods to business at below-market prices in
Personal interest income (2-14) is the interest income
lieu of giving them subsidies.
(monetary and imputed) of persons from all sources. It
Consumption offixedcapital (1-25) is a charge for the usequals net interest (see 1-18) plus interest paid by government
ing up of fixed capital owned by entities defined as private
(2-16) less interest received by government (2-17) plus in2
business in the NIPA's and located in the United States. It
terest paid by persons (2-18). The last item consists of all
is based on the use of uniform service lives, straight-line deinterest paid by individuals except mortgage interest.
preciation, and replacement cost* For nonprofit institutions
Transfer payments to persons is income payments to perthat primarily serve individuals, it is an imputation in persons for which no current services are performed. It consists
sonal consumption expenditures for the value of the current
of business transfer payments to persons (see 1-21) and
services of the fixed capital assets owned and used by these
institutions. Capital consumption allowances consists of de- government transfer payments (2-21). Government transfer
payments consists of benefits from the following social inpreciation charges and accidental damage to fixed capital. For
surance funds: Old-age, survivors, and disability insurance
corporate business and nonfarm proprietors, it is based on
(social security); hospital insurance; supplementary medical
depreciation as reported on Federal income tax returns. For
insurance; unemployment insurance; government employee
noncorporate farms and other private business, it is calcuretirement; railroad retirement; pension benefit guaranty; vetlated by BEA based on expenditures for fixed capital, uniform
erans life insurance; workers' compensation; military medical
service lives, straight-line depreciation, and historical cost.
Capital consumption adjustment (1-17) for corporations is the insurance; and temporary disability insurance. Government
transfer payments also includes benefits from certain other
difference between depreciation as valued in determining the
programs: Veterans benefits, in addition to veterans life insurincome reported in the source data and what is referred to as
ance; food stamps; black lung; supplemental security income;
"economic depreciation"—depreciation as valued on the basis
and public assistance (including medicaid). Government payof consistent accounting (economic service lives and straightments to nonprofit institutions, other than for work under
line depreciation) and at replacement cost. It is equal to the
research and development contracts, are also included.
tax-return-based capital consumption allowances less the estiPersonal contributions for social insurance (2-22) inmate of consumption of fixed capital. Similar adjustments are
calculated for proprietors' income, rental income of persons,
cludes payments by employees, by the self-employed, and by
and nonprofit institutions that primarily serve individuals.
other individuals who participate in the following programs:
Statistical discrepancy (1-27) is GNP less gross national Old-age, survivors, and disability insurance (social security); hospital insurance; supplementary medical insurance;
income. It arises because GNP and gross national income are
unemployment insurance; government employee retirement;
estimated independently. (The statistical discrepancy is also
railroad retirement; veterans life insurance; and temporary
equal to GDP less gross domestic income.)
disability insurance.
Receipts of factor income from the rest of the world (1-29)
Personal tax and nontax payments (2-1) is tax payments
consists of receipts by U.S. residents of interest and div(net of refunds) by persons resident in the United States that
idends, of reinvested earnings of foreign affiliates of U.S.
are not chargeable to business expense and certain other personal payments to government agencies (except government
2. Prior to the 1991 comprehensive revision, this hem was called "capital
enterprises) that are treated like" taxes. Personal taxes inconsumption allowances with capital consumption adjustment*cludes taxes on income, including realized net capital gains




on transfers of estates and gifts; and on personal property.
Nontaxes includes donations and fees, fines, and forfeitures.
Personal contributions for social insurance is not included.
Taxes paid by U.S. residents to foreign governments and taxes
paid by foreigners to the U.S. Government are both included
in transfer payments.
Personal outlays (2-2) is the sum of personal consumption
expenditures (see 1-31), interest paid by persons (see 2-18),
and personal transfer payments to rest of the world (net) (25). The last item is personal remittances in cash and in kind
to the rest of the world less such remittances from the rest of
the world.
Personal saving (2-6) is personal income less the sum of
personal outlays and personal tax and nontax payments. It
is the current saving of individuals (including proprietors),
nonprofit institutions that primarily serve individuals, life insurance carriers, private noninsured welfare funds, and private
trust funds. Personal saving may also be viewed as the sum
of the net acquisition of financial assets (such as cash and
deposits, securities, and the change in the net equity of individuals in life insurance and in private noninsured pension
plans) and the change in physical assets less the sum of net
borrowing and of consumption of fixed capital.

government and government enterprises and net government
purchases of land and of rights to government-owned land
including oil resources, less net borrowing.

Foreign transactions account
Imports of goods and services (see 1^14).
Payments offactor income (see 1-30).
Transfer payments to rest of the world (see 1-22, 2-5, and
3-4).
Net foreign investment (4-10) is U.S. exports of goods and
services, receipts of factor income, and capital grants received
by the United States (net) (see below), less imports of goods
and services by the United States, payments of factor income,
and transfer payments to the rest of the world (net). It may
also be viewed as the acquisition of foreign assets by U.S.
residents less the acquisition of U.S. assets by foreign residents. It includes the statistical discrepancy in the balance of
payments accounts.
Exports of goods and services (see 1-43).
Receipts offactor income (see 1-29).
Capital grants received by the United States (net) (4-3) is
mainly the allocation of Special Drawing Rights to the United
States.

Government receipts and expenditures account
Personal tax and nontax payments (see 2-1).
Corporate profits tax liability (see 1-12).
Indirect business tax and nontax liability (see 1-23).
Contributions for social insurance (see 1-6 and 2-22).
Purchases (see 1-45).
Transfer payments (3-2) is transfer payments to persons
(see 2-21) and transfer payments to rest of the world (net)
(3-4). The latter consists of U.S. Government military and
nonmilitary grants in cash and nonmilitary grants in kind
to foreign governments and of U.S. Government transfers,
mainly retirement benefits, to former residents of the United
States.
Net interest paid (3-5) by government is interest paid by
government (see 2-16) less interest received by government
(see 2-17). Interest paid by government is interest paid by
government to persons and business and interest paid by government to the rest of the world, that is, to foreign businesses,
governments, and persons. Interest received by government
is interest received from business and from the rest of the
world. Interest paid consists of monetary interest paid on
public debt and other financial obligations. Interest received
consists of monetary and imputed interest received on loans
and investments, including on the balances of State and local
government social insurance funds.
Dividends received by government (see 2-13).
Subsidies less current surplus of government enterprises
(see 1-24).
Wage accruals less disbursements (see 1-4).
Surplus or deficit (~), national income and product accounts
(3-9) is the sum of government receipts (lines 12, 13, 14, and
15 of account 3) less the sum of government expenditures
(lines 1, 2, 5, 6, 7, and 8 of account 3). It may also be
viewed as the sum of the net acquisition of financial assets by




Gross saving and investment account
Personal saving (see 2-6).
Wage accruals less disbursements (see 1-4).
Undistributed corporate profits with inventory valuation
and capital consumption adjustments (see 1-15, 1-16, and
1-17).
Consumption of fixed capital (see 1-25).
Government surplus or deficit (~), national income and
product accounts (see 3-9).
Capital grants received by the United States (net) (see 4-3).
Statistical discrepancy (see 1-27).
Gross private domestic investment (see 1-35).
Net foreign investment (see 4-10).

Other definitions
Gross domestic purchases is the market value of goods and
services purchased by U.S. residents, regardless of where
those goods and services were produced. It may be calculated
as GDP minus net exports of goods and services; equivalently,
it is the sum of personal consumption expenditures, gross private domestic investment, and government purchases. Final
sales to domestic purchasers is gross domestic purchases minus change in business inventories; equivalently, it is the sum
of personal consumption expenditures, gross private domestic
fixed investment, and government purchases. Final sales of
domestic product is GDP minus change in business inventories; equivalently, it is final sales to domestic purchasers plus
net exports.
Population is the total population of the United States,
including Armed Forces overseas and the institutionalized
population. The monthly estimate is the average of Census

Bureau survey estimates for the first of the month and the first
of the following month; the quarterly and annual estimates
are the averages of the relevant monthly estimates.
Personal saving as a percentage of disposable personal
come (DPI), frequently referred to as "the personal saving
rate," is calculated on a quarterly and an annual basis as the
ratio of personal saving to DPI. Monthly, the saving rate is
calculated as the ratio of an unweighted, centered 3-month
moving average of personal saving to a similarly calculated
average of DPI.
U.S. residents consists of individuals, governments, business enterprises, trusts, associations, and similar institutions
that have the center of their economic interest in the United
States and that reside or expect to reside in the United States
for 1 year or more. (For example, business enterprises resident in the United States include U.S. affiliates of foreign
companies.) In addition, U.S. residents includes all U.S. citizens who reside outside the United States for less than 1 year
and U.S. citizens residing abroad for 1 year or more who meet
one of the following criteria: Owners or employees of U.S.
business enterprises who reside abroad to further the enterprises' business and who intend to return within a reasonable
period; U.S. Government civilian and military employees and
members of their immediate families; and students who attend foreign educational institutions. U.S residents excludes
residents of commonwealths associated with the United States
(Puerto Rico and the Northern Mariana Islands) and residents
of U.S. territories (for example, Guam).
Rest of the world consists of foreign residents who are
transactors with U.S. residents. Foreign residents include international institutions located in the United States, foreign
nationals employed by their home Governments in the United
States, and foreign affiliates of U.S. companies. Rest-ofthe-world production is production abroad that is attributable
to factors of production supplied by U.S. residents less the
production in the United States attributable to factors of production supplied by foreign residents. Production is measured
by the net inflow of labor and property incomes.

Real output and related measures

data. For quantity extrapolation, constant-dollar estimates
are obtained by extrapolating the base-year current-dollar estimates in both directions from the base period (1987) by
quantity indicators. For direct base-year valuation, constantindollar estimates are obtained by multiplying base-year prices
by actual quantity data for each period.
Two alternatives to constant-dollar real output measures
are based on the price weights for more than a single year.
These alternative indexes use the Fisher Ideal index formula
to provide a measure of change between two, not necessarily adjacent, periods.3 In one alternative, the weights change
each year; in the other, the weights change each benchmark
year—that is, at about 5-year intervals. Annual estimates
of these alternative indexes for 1929-58 and quarterly estimates for 1947-58 are not yet available; annual and quarterly
estimates for 1959-88 were published in volume 2.
The first alternative index is referred to as the chain-type
annual-weighted quantity index. For this alternative, a Fisher
Ideal quantity index is used to calculate the change from year
t - 1 to year
Thus, the annual change is provided by the
geometric mean of the year t values of two fixed-weighted
quantity indexes, one of which uses prices of year / - 1 as
weights and the other, prices of year t as weights. Annual
changes computed in this manner are "chained" (multiplied)
together to form a time series.
The second alternative index is referred to as the
benchmark-years-weighted quantity index. For this alternative, the Fisher Ideal index formula is adapted to use weights
from two adjacent benchmark years, which are customarily
5 years apart. For each pair of adjacent benchmark years
and the interval between them, two fixed-weighted quantity
indexes are computed: One with the prices of the first benchmark year as weights, and the other with the prices of the
second benchmark year. The geometric mean of these indexes
is the benchmark-years-weighted quantity index. Cumulation
of the annual changes in the benchmark-years-weighted index is equal to the Fisher Ideal change calculated directly
from one benchmark to the next. Benchmark years are used
as weighting periods because, for components of GDP that
incorporate information from the quinquennial economic censuses, the benchmark-year price and quantity estimates are
considered to be more accurate than those for other years.

Real output
The tables in this volume contain, in addition to estimates
in current dollars, estimates in "real," or physical quantity,
terms—that is, estimates from which price change has been
removed. The featured measure of real GDP is a fixedweighted quantity series in which the weights are 1987 prices.
This series is expressed in constant dollars and as an index
with 1987 equal to 100.
The constant-dollar estimates of GDP are prepared at a detailed level using one of three methods. The method used for
most GDP components is deflation; that is, constant-dollar
estimates are obtained by dividing the most detailed currentdollar components by appropriate price indexes, with the base
period—at present, the year 1987—equal to 100. The other
two methods, quantity extrapolation and direct base-year valuation, are similar to each other in that they both use quantity




Price indexes
The fixed-weighted price indexes in this volume are weighted
averages of detailed price indexes for the goods and services
that make up GDP using weights that reflect the composition
of GDP in 1987. Because the same weights are used for each
period, changes in this index measure changes in prices over
any period.
The fixed-weighted price indexes for several c o m p o n e n t s of
GDP producers* durable equipment, exports, and imports—
and for total GDP and the investment aggregates are not
shown for periods prior to 1982. For those periods, the combination of the high level and very rapid decline of the price
index for computers and the large 1987 quantity weights for
3. For more detail, see Allan H. Young. "Alternative Measures of Change in
Output and Prices," SURVEY OF CURRENT BUSINESS 7 2 ( A p r i l 1 9 9 2 ) :

32-+S.

computers results in misleading measures of price change (see
page 39 of the article cited in footnote 3).
Two alternatives to the fixed-weighted price index are also
calculated. They use the Fisher Ideal index formula and
are analogues to the two alternative quantity measures discussed above. One alternative is referred to as the chain-type
annual-weighted price index; the other, as the benchmarkyears-weighted price index. Annual estimates of these indexes
for 1929-58 and quarterly estimates for 1947-58 are not yet
available; annual and quarterly estimates for 1959-88 were
published in volume 2.

Implicit price deflators
The implicit price deflator is a byproduct of the estimation
of constant-dollar GDP. It is derived as the ratio of currentto constant-dollar GDP (multiplied by 100). It is also a
weighted average of the detailed price indexes used in estimating constant-dollar GDP, but the indexes are combined
using weights that reflect the composition of GDP in each
period. Consequently, changes in the implicit price deflator
reflect not only changes in prices, but also changes in the
composition of GDP, and its use as a measure of price change
should be avoided.

Command-basis GNP and terms of trade
Another measure of constant-dollar product—command-basis
GNP—also is included in this volume. Command-basis GNP
measures the amount of the goods and services over which
a country has "command" as a result of current production;
that is, it measures U.S. production in terms of its purchasing
power. GNP and command-basis GNP differ in how constantdollar estimates are prepared: In estimating constant-dollar
GNP, the current-dollar value of exports of goods and services is deflated by export prices, the current-dollar value of
imports of goods and services is deflated by import prices,
and the current-dollar value of most factor income is deflated
by the implicit price deflator for net domestic product. In estimating the constant-dollar measure of command-basis GNP,
exports of goods and services and receipts of factor income
are deflated by the implicit price deflator for imports of goods
and services and payments of factor income.
The terms of trade measures the claim of a given level of
U.S. production on foreign production. It is calculated as the
ratio (with the decimal point shifted two places to the right)
of the implicit price deflator for the sum of exports of goods
and services and receipts of factor income to the implicit price
deflator for the sum of imports of goods and services and
payments of factor income.

Classifications of production
Type of product
Type of product classifications—goods (durable and nondurable), services, and structures—are presented in this
volume for GDP and for final sales of domestic product.




Goods are products that can be stored or inventoried, services
are products that cannot be stored and are consumed at the
place and time of purchase, and structures are products that
are generally constructed at the location where they will be
used and that typically have long economic lives.
I f a product has characteristics of more than one of the
above classifications, it is classified on the basis of the dominant characteristic. Accordingly, the following products are
included in goods: Restaurant meals; expenditures abroad
by U.S. residents other than for travel; replacement parts
whose installation cost is minimal; dealers' margins on used
equipment; and movable household appliances, such as refrigerators, even when they are included in the purchase price
of a new home. The following products are included in
services: Airline transportation and hospital charges, which
include food; natural gas and electricity; current operating
expense of nonprofit institutions, foreign travel by U.S. residents; expenditures in the United States by foreigners; repair
services, which include the cost of parts (except for replacement parts whose installation cost is minimal); defense
research and development; and exports and imports of certain goods, primarily military equipment purchased and sold
by the Federal Government. The following products are included in structures: Mobile homes; certain types of installed
equipment, such as elevators and heating and air conditioning
systems; brokers' commissions on sale of structures; architectural and engineering fees included in the value of structures;
land development costs; and mining exploration, shafts, and
wells.4
In personal consumption expenditures, exports, imports,
and government purchases, durable goods have an average
life of at least 3 years. In fixed investment, producers' durable
equipment is goods, other than structures, with an average
life of at least 1 year. In change in business inventories,
goods held by manufacturing and trade establishments are
classified as durables or nondurables in accordance with the
classification of the industry holding the inventories. Inventories held by construction establishments are classified as
durables; inventories held by all other industries are classified
as nondurables.

Sector
In addition to the breakdowns of GDP that appear in the fiveaccount summary of the NIPA's (table A), this measure of
production also is shown in the tables of this volume for each
of the three sectors of the economy—business, households
and institutions, and general government. The production of
each of these sectors is defined below.
Business: Production by all entities that produce goods
and services for sale at a price intended at least to approximate
the costs of production (including profits) plus production
by certain other entities treated as business in the NIPA's.
It mainly covers the production of corporate and noncorporate private entities organized for profit. Also included
is production associated with mutual financial institutions.
4. In the purchases of structures tables, compensation of government employees
engaged in new construction projects is included in purchases of structures.

private noninsured pension funds, cooperatives, nonprofit organizations (that is, entities determined to be nonprofit by the
Internal Revenue Service (IRS) for purposes of determining
income tax liability) that primarily serve business, Federal
Reserve banks, federally sponsored credit agencies, and government enterprises.5 Owner-occupied housing as well as
buildings and equipment owned and used by nonprofit institutions that primarily serve individuals are treated as business
entities selling their current services to their owners, and thus
are included in business product. Production of the business
sector can be measured either in terms of the net value of the
goods and services business produces or in terms of the costs
incurred and profits earned by business from production.
Households and institutions: Production by households,
consisting of families and unrelated individuals, and by nonprofit institutions that primarily serve individuals. Production
is measured by the compensation of the employees of these
entities.
General government: Production by all Federal Government and State and local government agencies except
government enterprises. Production is measured by the
compensation of the employees of these agencies.

Legal form of organization
For the domestic business sector, income and its components
are shown in the tables of this volume for four legal forms
of organizations—corporate business, sole proprietorships and
partnerships, other private business, and government enterprises (employee compensation only). The entities whose
production is included in each of these legal forms are
specified below.
Corporate business: All entities required to file Federal
corporate tax returns (IRS Form 1120 series), including mutual financial institutions and cooperatives subject to Federal
income tax, private noninsured pension funds, nonprofit institutions that primarily serve business, Federal Reserve banks,
and Federally sponsored credit agencies.
Sole proprietorships: All entities that would be required
to file IRS Schedule C (Profits or Loss from Business) or
Schedule F (Farm Income and Expenses) if the proprietor met
the filing requirements, together with owner-occupied farm
housing.
Partnerships: A l l entities required to file Federal partnership income tax returns, IRS Form 1065 (U.S. Partnership
Return of Income).
Other private business: All entities that would be required
to report rental and royalty income on the individual income
tax return in IRS Schedule E (Supplemental Income and Loss)
if the individual met the filing requirements, tax-exempt cooperatives, owner-occupied nonfarm housing, and buildings
and equipment owned and used by nonprofit institutions that
primarily serve individuals.
Government enterprises: Government agencies that cover a
substantial proportion of their operating costs by selling goods
and services to the public and that maintain their own separate
accounts. A "mixed" treatment of government enterprises is
5. For more detail on government enterprises, see the next section on legal form of
organization.




used in the NIPA's, in which some types of transactions are
recorded as if they were part of the general government sector
and others as if they were part of the business sector.
Government enterprises are treated like other businesses
and included in the NIPA business sector in that (1) their
sales to final users are recorded in the business production
account; (2) their outlays for materials and business services
are considered intermediate rather than final and therefore
are eliminated in the consolidation of the business sector
production account; and (3) both their wage, salary, and
other compensation payments and their income are considered charges against business product rather than charges
against government product. Within the business sector, government enterprises are classified as noncorporate businesses.
The profit-like income of these businesses accrues to general
government and is called the current surplus of government
enterprises (see definition on page M - 8 ) .
Government enterprises are treated like other government
agencies and included in the NIPA government sector in that
(1) their interest payments are combined with those of general
government rather than those of business; (2) their purchases
of equipment and structures and their inventory change are
combined with general government purchases rather than with
business purchases in gross private domestic investment; and
(3) as a consequence of (2), no entries are recorded for
consumption of fixed capital.

Industry
Industrial distributions are presented in this volume for
national income and its components, capital consumption allowances, employment and hours, and the change in business
inventories and the stock of business inventories.6 The classification underlying the distributions of private activities is
based on the Standard Industrial Classification (SIC).'
The industry distributions in most of the tables in category
6 "Income, Employment, and Product by Industry" are designated as follows: In this volume, estimates for 1929 to 1948,
based on the 1942 SIC, are shown in tables designated as part
A, and estimates for 1948 to 1958, based on the 1972 SIC,
are shown as part B. In volume 2, estimates for 1959-87,
based on the 1972 SIC, are shown as part B, and estimates for
1987-88, based on the 1987 SIC, are shown as part C. The
industry distributions based on the 1987 SIC reflect the corresponding shift of most of the NIPA source data. Estimates for
earlier years, which are now based on either the 1942 or the
1972 SIC, have not been adjusted to the 1987 SIC because
of a lack of adequate source data. Instead, the estimates for
1987 are shown in volume 2 on the basis of both the 1972
6. An industrial distribution of fixed investment is also prepared as pan of the
procedure used to estimate capital stock. This distribution is based on data collected from establishments. For further information, write to the National Income and
Wealth Division (BE-54), Bureau of Economic Analysis, U.S. Department of Commerce,
Washington, DC 20230.
7. See Standard Industrial Classification Manual. /987. Executi ve Office of the President, Office of Management and Budget (Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing
Office, 1988); Standard Industrial Classification Manual. 1972. Executive Office of
the President, Office of Management and Budget (Washington. DC: U.S. Government
Printing Office, 1972); and Standard Industrial Classification Manual 1942. Executive
Office of the President. Bureau of the Budget (Washington. D.C.: U.S. Government
Printing Office, 1942).

and the 1987 SIC. In this volume, the estimates for 1948 are
shown on the basis of both the 1942 and the 1972 SIC.
Industrial distributions of government activities are not provided; instead, they are combined into a single category. For
most series, separate estimates are shown for the activities
of the Federal Government, of State and local governments,
and of government enterprises. Expenditures by the Federal
Government and State and local governments are also shown
by type and function.
The industrial distributions for private activities are based
on data collected either from "establishments" or from "companies" (also called enterprises or firms). Establishments,
as defined for purposes of the SIC, are economic units,
generally at a single physical location, where business is
conducted or where services or industrial operations are performed. Companies consist of one or more establishments
owned by the same legal entity or group of affiliated entities. Establishments are classified into an SIC industry on
the basis of their principal product or service, and companies are classified into an SIC industry on the basis of the
principal SIC industry of all their establishments. Because
large multiestablishment companies typically own establishments that are classified in different SIC industries, industrial
distributions of the same economic activity for establishments
and companies can be significantly different. For example,
employment by steel-manufacturing companies differs from
employment by steel-manufacturing establishments because
the former includes employment by establishments that are
not classified as steel manufacturing and excludes employment by establishments that manufacture steel but are not
owned by steel-manufacturing companies.
For the NIPA series, industrial distributions on a consistent
establishment or company basis are not available. For the
following series, the industrial distributions are based on establishment data: Compensation of employees, employment,
hours, inventories, rental income of persons, farm proprietors' income, farm net interest, and farm noncorporate capital
consumption allowances. For nonfarm proprietors, industrial
distributions of proprietors' income, net interest, and capital
consumption allowances are based on company data. These
data are regarded as being substantially the same as if they
were based on establishment data because nearly all unincorporated companies own only a single establishment (and
the few multiestablishment companies usually own establishments in the same SIC industry). For corporations, industrial
distributions of profits, nonfarm net interest, and capital consumption allowances are based on company data. As a result,
the industrial distribution of national income presented in this
volume reflects a mix of establishment and company data.
In addition to the establishment-company data problem, individual industry series presented in this volume are not fully
comparable over time. Historical comparability is affected




primarily by two factors. First, in some instances, the composition of industries may change due to SIC changes, and
as noted above, information was lacking to permit BEA to
conform the estimates for 1986 and earlier years to the 1987
SIC. This factor affects estimates based on establishment data
as well as those based on company data.
Second, historical comparability is affected because the industrial classification of the same establishment or company
may change over time. This factor affects company-based estimates much more than establishment-based estimates. The
classification of a company is subject to change due to the
following: Shifts in the level of consolidation of entities for
which company reports are filed; mergers and acquisitions;
and other shifts in principal activities, especially for large diversified firms. For example, the level of consolidation used
by corporations in filing their Federal income tax returns was
significantly altered in the 1930's and 1940's. Affiliated corporations were not allowed to file consolidated returns from
1934 to 1941; as a result, the company consisted only of
individual corporations. In other years, the company consisted of either an individual corporation or a grouping of
affiliated corporations. Changes in the level of consolidation
used by corporations in filing these returns affected the industrial distribution of corporate profits, net interest, and capital
consumption allowances, which are derived primarily from
tabulations of corporate tax returns.
In addition to the SIC industrial distributions of private
activities, some NIPA tables show the following special SIC
groupings, the titles of which correspond to the 1987 SIC:
Financial industries consists of the following SIC industries: Depository institutions; nondepository institutions;
security and commodity brokers; insurance carriers; regulated
investment companies; small business investment companies;
and real estate investment trusts.8
Nonfinancial industries consists of all other private
industries.
Commodity-producing industries consists of the following
SIC divisions: Agriculture, forestry, and fishing; mining;
construction; and manufacturing.
Distributive industries consists of the following SIC divisions: Transportation (excluding the U.S. Postal Service); communications; electric, gas, and sanitary services;
wholesale trade; and retail trade.
Service industries consists of the rest-of-the-world sector
and the following SIC divisions: Finance, insurance, and real
estate; and services.

8. Regulated investment companies, small business investment companies, and
real estate investment trusts are included in the SIC classification "holding and other
investment offices" and are not shown separately in the NIPA tables.

[-1

Table A.—Summary National Income and Product Accounts, 1958
[Billions of dollars]
Line

ne

Account 1.—National Income and Product Account
1 Compensation of employees
Wages and salaries
2
Disbursements (2-7)
3
Wage accruals less disbursements (3-6 and W ) .
4
Supplements to wages and salaries
5
Employer contributions for social insurance (3-16).
6
Other labor income (2-8)
7

259.8
241.3
241.3

0

18.5
9.1
9.4

8

Proprietors' income with inventory valuation and capital consumption
adjustments (2-9).

51.4

9

Rental income of persons with capital consumption adjustment (2-10)

13.9

Corporate profits with inventory valuation and capital consumption
adjustments.
Profits before tax
Profits tax liability (3-13)
Profits after tax with inventory valuation and capital
consumption adjustments.
Dividends (2-12)
Undistributed profits with inventory valuation and capital
consumption adjustments (5-5).
Inventory valuation adjustment
Capital consumption adjustment

41.2

10
11

12

13
14
15
16

17

22.2

11.6
10.6

Personal consumption expenditures (2-3) .
Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Services

296.3
37.2
141.7
117.4

35 Gross private domestic investment (5-1)
Fixed investment
36
Nonresidential
37
Structures
38
Producers' durable equipment
39
Residential
40
41
Change in business inventories

64.5
64.9
42.5
17.6
24.9
22.3
-.4

42
43
44

Net exports of floods and services
Exports (4-1)
............
Imports (4—4)

.4
20.4
20.0

45
46
47
48
49

Government purchases (3-1)
Federal
National defense
Nondefense
State and local

93.5
54.0
46.3
7.7
39.5

GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT

454.7

-.3
-1.3
9.7

18 Net interest (2-15)
19

42.7
19.0

31
32
33
34

376.0

National income

Business transfer payments
To persons (2-20)
To rest of the
22 Indirect business world (4-9) fiability(3—14)
tax and nontax
23 Less: Subsidies less current surplus of government enterprises (3-7)
24
25 Consumption of fixed capital (5-6)
20

21

1.1
1.1

0

38.7

0

42.7

26 Gross national income
27 Statistical discrepancy (5-9)

458.6

28 Gross national product
29 Less: Receipts of factor income from the rest of the work! (4-2)

457.5

30

-1.1

Plus: Payments of factor income to the rest of the world (4-5)
GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT

3.9
1.2
454.7

Account 2.—Persona) Income and Outlay Account
1
2
3
4
5

Personal tax and nontax payments (3-12).

40.9

7 Wage and salary disbursements (1-3)
8 Other labor income (1-7)

302.3
296.3
5.6
.4

241.3
9.4

PERSONAL TAXES, OUTLAYS, AND SAVING



367.2
367.2

Rental income of persons with capital consumption adjustment (1-9)

13.9

Personal dividend income
Dividends (1-14)
Less: Dividends received by government (3-6)

11.6
11.6

Personal interest income
Net interest (1-18)
Interest paid by government
Less: Interest received by government
Interest paid by persons (2-4)

20.6
9.7

Transfer payments to persons
From business (1-18)
From government (3-3)

25.8
1.1
24.7

22
SMI

10

19
20
21

24.0

51.4

14
15
16
17
18

6 Personal saving (5-3)

9 Proprietors' income with inventory valuation and capital consumption
adjustments (1-8).
11
12
13

Interest paid by persons (2-18)
Personal transfer payments to rest of the world (net) (4-7)

Less: Personal contributions for social insurance (3-17)
PERSONAL INCOME

0

3

6.9
367.2

Table A.—Summary National Income and Product Accounts, 195&—Continued
[Billions of dollars]
Line

Line
Account 3.—Government Receipts and Expenditures Account
Purchases (1-45)

93.5

Personal tax and nontax payments (2-1)

40.9

Transfer payments
To persons (2-21)
To foreigners (net) (4-8)

26.5
24.7
1.8

Corporate profits tax liability (1-12)

19.0

Indirect business tax and nontax liability (1-23)

38.7

Contributions for social insurance
Employer (1-£)
Personal (2-22)

15.9
9.1
6.9

Net interest paid

5.4

Less: Dividends received by government (2-13)
Subsidies less current surplus of government enterprises (1-24)

0

Less: Wage accruals less disbursements (1-4)

0

Surplus or deficit (-), national income and product accounts (5-7)
Federal
State and local

-10.9
-6.5
-2.4

GOVERNMENT EXPENDITURES AND SURPLUS .

114.5

GOVERNMENT RECEIPTS

114.5

Account 4.—Foreign Transactions Account
1

Exports of goods and services (1-43)

20.4

4

Imports of goods and services (1-44)

20.0

2

Receipts of factor income (1-29)

3.9

5

Payments of factor income (1-30)

1.2

3

Capital grants received by the United States (net) (5-8)

0

6
7
8
9

Transfer payments to foreigners (net)
From persons (net) (2-5)
From government (net) (3-4)
From business (1-22)

2.3
4
1.8
0

10
RECEIPTS FROM REST OF THE WORLD

24.4

Net foreign investment (5-2)
PAYMENTS TO REST OF THE WORLD

.9
24.4

Account 5.—Gross Saving and Investment Account
Gross private domestic investment (1-35)
Net foreign investment (4-10)

64.5
.9

Personal saving (2-6)
Wage accruals less disbursements (1-4)

24.0
0

Undistributed corporate profits with inventory valuation and capital
consumption adjustments (1-15).

10.6

Consumption of fixed capital (1-25)

42.7

Government surplus or deficit (-), national income and product
accounts (3-9).
Capital grants received by the United States (net) (4-3)

-10.9
0

Statistical discrepancy (1-27)
GROSS INVESTMENT

65.4

NOTE.—Numbers in parentheses indicate accounts and items of counterentry in the accounts. For example, line
3 of account 1 is shown as V a g e and salary disbursements, (2-7)"; the counterentry is shown in account 2, tine
Most of the estimates corresponding to the entries on the left-hand side of account 1 are shewn in table 1.14
and table 1.9, Estimates corresponding to the entries on the right-hand side of account 1 are shown in table 1.1.
Most of the estimates corresponding to the entries in account 2 are shown in table 2.1,




-1.1

GROSS SAVING AND STATISTICAL DISCREPANCY

65.4

Most of the estimates corresponding to the entries in account 3 are shown in table 3.1 (annual only). Estimates
for Federal Government receipts and expenditures are shown in table 3.2 and for State and local government, in
table 3.3 (quarterly and annual).
Estimates corresponding to the entries in account 4 are shown in table 4.1.
Estimates corresponding to the entries in account 5 are shown in table 5.1.

1. National Product and Income
Table 1.1.—Gross Domestic Product: Annual, 1929-58, and Quarterly, 1946-58
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
Line

103.1

1

Gross domestic product

77.5

2

Personal consumption expenditures .

90.4

100.0

192.4

158.5

125.0

58.0

60.7

55.6

65.1

72.3

82.7

90.8

84.9

90.8

48.7

75.8

70-2

1938

1937

1936

1935

1934

1933

1932

1931

1930

1929

45.9

51.4

55.9

62.2

66.8

642

67.2

7\2

81.0

5.7
34.0
24.6

6.7
35.1
25.4

7.8
37.0
26.4

9.7
42.9
28.5

6.9
50.8
31.3

99.7
6.5
58.6
34.6

3
4
5

Gross private domestic investment .

9.2
37.7
30.5

7.2
34.0
29.0

5.5
29.0
262

3.6
22.7
22.3

3.5
22.3
20.2

42
26.7
20.5

5.1
29.3
21.5

6.3
32.9
23.0

1.1

1.7

3.7

6.7

8.7

12.2

7.1

105

5.9

18.2

10.6

13.6

16.7

9.3

6

Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Services

6.9
352
24.7

3.1
2.5
1.1
1.4
.6
-1.5
-1.4
-.1

4,3
3.3
12
2.1
.9
-.6
2
-.8

5.6
4.3
1.4
2.8
1,3
1.1
.4
.7

7.5
5.8
1.9
3.9
1.7
12
2.1
-.9

9.5
7.5
2.7
4.8
2.1
2,7
1.7
.9

7.7
5.5
2.1
3.4
2.1
-.6
-1.0
.4

9.1
6.1
22
3.9
3.0
.3
-.1

.5

13.8
9.7
3.3
6.4
4.1
4.4
4.0
.4

8.5
6.3
22
4.1

2

11.2
7,7
2.6
52
3.5
2.4

0

5

14.9
11.0
5.5
5.5
4.0
1.7
1.8
-.1

7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14

Fixed investment .
Nonresidential..
Structures .,
Producers' durable equipment .
Residential .
Change in business inventories
Nonfarm
Farm

7.0
5.3
2.6
2.6
1.8
-1.1
-1.6
.5

11.0
8.6
4.4
42
2.4
-.4
-.1
-.3

3.6
2.9
1.4
1.5
.8
-2.5
-2.6
.1

.1

.3

-02

-02

1.!

1.9
.7
1,3

A

a

0

0

5.9
5.6

4.4
4.1

2.9
2.9

2.0
1.9

2.0
1.9

2.6
22

2.8
3.0

3,0
3.2

4.0
4.0

3.8
2.8

3.9
3.1

5.4
4.4

4.3
4.6

7.9

9.7

10.0

12.1

12.7

59.5

92

8.1

24.8

9.2

13.5

8.6

11.7

18

Government purchases .

1.7

1.6

3.0

3,0

5.2

4.7

5.2

5.5
1.3
4.2
8.1

17.1
13.8
3.3
7.7

52.0

1.5

1.6

19
20
21
22

Federal
Nondefense .
State and local

1945

1

108.5

119.9

2605

234.3

2115

81.7
79.8
1.9
7.3

49.4

2.5
7.6

1958

1957

1956

454.7

349.7

331.6

287.0

3.9
6.3

370.0

3705

4262

448.6

240.7

2715

286.7

296.3

175.4

162.3

144.3

|

1951

1950

259.3

s

7.1

6.9

6.9

6.6

1949

1948

1947

1946

213.1

2

Personal consumption expenditures

211.0

5.9

6.4

7.5

7.6

7.1

Line
Gross domestic product

-.2

-2.4

15

Exports
Imports

1.8

3.7
1.4

12

16
17

Net exports of goods and services

6.9
5.4

178.9

192.7

208.7

219.7

233.5

30.8
982
63.7

29.9
109.2
69.7

29.3
114.7
75.7

32.7
117.8
83.0

32.1
119.7
89.0

382
130.8
103.0

39.7
137.1
109.9

37.2
141.7
117.4

3
4
5

Gross private domestic Investment

6.7
64.3
37.4

8.0
71.9
40.0

15.8
62.7
45.8

20.4
90.9
51.0

22.9
96.6
56.0

56.3

645

48.1

60.3

70.6

35.0

54.2

72.2

31.3

53.8

105

545

7J

36.7

I 6

Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Services

25.0
94.9
59.0

39.6
24.9
9.2
15.7
14.6
-2.8
-2.2

-.6

48.3
27.8
10.0
17.8
20.5
5.9
6.0
-.1

50.3
31
12.0
19.9
18.4
10.1
9.1
t.O

50.5
31 .
<
12 2
19.7
18.6
3.5
2.1
1.4

54.5
35.1
13.6
21.5
19.4
1.8
1.1
.7

55.8
34.7
13.9
20.8
21.1
-1.9
-2.1
2

68.1
44.5
182
26.3
23.6
4.1
5.1
-1.0

69.7
47.5
19.0
28.6
222
.9
.8
.1

64.9
42.5
17.6
24.9
22.3
-.4
-2.3
2.0

52

.7

8.7
7.4
2.4
5.0
1.4
-.9
-.6
-.3

12.3
10.6
3.3
7.3
1.7
-1.4
-.6
-.9

25.1
17.3
7.4
9.9
7.8
6.2
6.4
-.2

35.5
23.5
8.1
15.3
12.1
-.5
1.3
-1.8

42.4
26.8
9.5
17.3
15.6
5.6
3.0
2.7

-22

-05

7.1

10.8

5.4

4.8
6.9

6.7
7.5

14.1
7.0

• 18.7
7.9

15.5
10.1

Government purchases .

96.9

83.3

292

262

31.4

Federal..
National defense .
Nondefense ..
Stale and local ,

89.5
87.5
2.0
7.4

75.4
73.7
1.7
7.9

19.6
16.4
32
9.6

13.8
10.0
3.8
12.4

16.5
11.3
5.2
14.8

Fixed investment
Nonresidential..
Structures.
Producers' durable equipment .
Residential .
Change in business inventories .....
Nonfarm
Farm

I 7
10
11
12
13
14

Net exports of goods and services .

4.0

.4

23.9
19.9

20.4
20.0

79.8

87.4

93.5

47.5
40.7
6.8
32.3

1.0 I

2.3
21.2
18.9

Wl

51.6
44,6
7.0
35.8

54.0
46.3
7.7
39.5

-0.8

745

1946
One

IV

207.7

Gross domestic product.

2175

222.2

Personal consumption expenditures .

140.1

148.9

1532

230.6

IV

2345

245.0

11
1

iV

258.3

265.3

266.6
1785

tl

1

11
1

II

tn

II

251.1

257.7

268.3

277.9

180.8

183.6

1875

164.1

168.2

170.9

174.7

177.6

20.0
90.1
50.5

20.3
92.1
51.7

22.0
93.6
52.6

22.0
95.1
53.9

22,4
97.0
55.3

23.7
97.0
56.9

23.3
97,3
57.9

22.8
96.3
58.3

24.8
95.3
58.9

26.8
94.3
59.8

27.7
94.8
61.1

28.1
96.3
63.0

44.9

48.0

50.4

49.0

40.9 1

33.9

44.4

495

325

412

35.0

32.4

43.1
28.1
10.1
18.0
15.0
5.9
2.8
3.1

40.5
26.6
9.71
16.8
14.0
.4
.6
-2

39.2
25.5
9.4
16.1
13.7
-5.3
-4.1
-1.2

39.9
23.5
8.7
14.9
16.3
-4.9
-4.7
-.2

42.3
24.2
9.1
15.1
18.1
2.0
22
-.1

47.0
26.6
9.5
17.1
20,4
2.9
4.2
-1.3

160.5

14.7
80.6
44.9

17.1
85.1
46.7

18.7
86.3

322

33.3

34.6

Fixed investment
Nonresidential
Structures .
Producers' durable equipment.
Residential .
Change in business inventories .
Nonfarm
Farm

23.5
16.1
7.4
8.6
7.4
8.6
8.7
-.1

27.4
18.7
7.9
10.8
8.7
5.9
5.9
0

302
20.9
7.9
13.0
9.3
4.5
4.8
-.4

33.6
232
7.9
152
10,4
-1.2
1.5
-2.7

35.6
23.3
8.3
15.0
12.3
-2.8
-.3
-2.5

39.6
24.5
8.4
16.1
15.1
1.6
2.4
-.8

41.3
262
8.8
17.3
15.2
3.5
2.3
1.3

422
26.0
9.3
16.7
16.3
5.7
2.9
2.8

45

6.4

25

2.1

1.6

11.7

6.2

11.2

4.4

6.3

52

8.4

72

7.3

92

Net exports of goods and services .

142
7.0

15.4
7.0

13.6
7.3

16.9
9.6

15.2
10.0

15.4
10.5

14.6
10.1

16.0
9.6

15.6
9.4

12.0
9.1

11.6
9,5

11.8
102

32.3

34.7

36.8

39.0

39.0i

382

38.9

282

27.3

28.1

17.0
11.2
5.8
15.3

18.7
12.5
62
15.9

20.4
13.6
6.8
16.5

21.7
14.2
7.!
17.2

20.7
13.4t
)
18.:i

19.6
12.8
6.8
18.6i

19.9
12.9
7.1
19.0

Durable goods.
Nondurable goods,
Services
Gross private domestic Investment

Exports
Imports
Government purchases .
Federal .
National defense
Nondefense
State and local

.1




19.1
16.4
2.7
92

17.4
13.8
3.7
9.9

4$2

17.3
13.5
3.8
10.8

33.6

19.4
8.2
25.8

19.4
7.7

17.6
8.3

26.4

262

26.3

28.1

30.5

14.3
9.8
4.5
12.1

13.6
9.5
4.1
12.6

13,1
9.9
3.2
13.3

14.3
10.6
3.7
13.7

16.1
10.9
5.1
14,4

43.1
27.0
9.9
17.1
16.1
7.3
3.9
3.4

5.1

Table 1.1.-Gross Domestic Product: Annual, 1929-58, and Quarterly, 1946-58-Oontinued
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
1953

1952

1951

1950

1954

line
II!
Gross domestic product

1
2

Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Services
Gross private domestic Investment

201.2

3
4
5

Personal consumption expenditures

295.3

IV

1

III

II

IV

1

ill

II

306.7

321.6

329.1

335.8

340.0

3432

343.7

349.6

198.6

209.7

205.3

207.9

211.9

213.3

217.4

2193

35.6
100.9
64.7

31.5
100.9
662

33.8
107.8
68.0

28.9
107.4
69.0

28.3
109.4
702

28.4
112.0
71.4

28.9
111.4
72.9

29.1
113.7
74.6

27.4
115.9
76.5

I

IV

III

1
1

IV

1

II

III

IV

3622

369.0

372.4

371.8

366.8

366.3

366.6

3712

379.4

228.0

231.6

233.5

234.5

2342

236.4

239.1

241.4

246.0

31.5
117.9
78.6

33.0
118.1
80.5

32.9
118.1
82.5

32.7
117.6
842

32.1
117.5
84.7

31.4
118.7
86.3

32.1
118.8
882

31.6
119.9
90.0

33.3
121.3
91.4

6

Fixed investment
Nonresidential
Structures
Prodxers' durable equipment
Residential
Change in business inventories
Nonfarm
Farm

„.„.

Net exports of goods and services

562

66.3

62.1

65.0

59.5

54.6

55.4

49.9

53.9

57.0

57.8

57.9

572

52.2

51.6

51.2

54.7

57i

7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14

52.0
29.6
10.3
19.4
22.3
4.3
3.8
.5

51.8
30.6
11.0
19.6
21.3
14.5
13.8
.7

51.7
30.9
11.5
19.4
20.8
10.4
9.3
12

50.0
31.8
122
19.7
182
15.0
14.0
.9

49.6
32.5
12.3
20.2
172
9.9
9.1
.8

49.6
32.2
11.9
20 2
17.5
4.9
3.8
1.1

50.5
32.4
12.0
20.4
18.0
4.9
4.0
1.0

51.4
32.9
12.1
20.8
18.5
-1.5
-3.3
1.9

48.3
29.8
122
17.7
18.5
5.6
3.3
22

51.9
32.5
1Z6
19.9
19.4
5.1
4.6
.5

54.0
34.3
13.1
21.3
19.7
3.8
3.0
.8

54.6
34.8
13.5
21.3
19.8
3.4
4,1
-.7

55.1
35.9
13.7
22.1
192
22
1.5
.7

54.3
35.4
14.0
21.4
18.9
-2.2
-4.3
2.1

53.5
34.5
13.9
20.6
19.0
-1.9
-2.8
.8

54.6
34.3
13.9
20.4
20.3
-3.4
-32
-2

56.8
35.0
13.9
21.1
21.8
-2.1
-2.8
.7

58.1
34.9
13.8
21.1
232
-.3
.2
-.5

3.7

4.1

3.6

1.8

-0.1

-1.1

-0.8

-1.4

-0.7

-0.4

-0.4

2

.5

1.1

18.0
14.3

18.1
14.0

18.6
15.0

16.5
14.6

15.1
15.3

152
16.3

15.0
15.8

15.1
16.4

15.7
16.3

15.1
15.5

14.3
14.8

16.3
162

15.8
15.3

16.5
15.5

15

-0*

-02

.1

16
17

12.2
13.0

13.5
13.7

15.0
14.9

17.0
152

Government purchases

18

38.7

424

49.7

57.0

64.7

69.5

70.9

74.5

76.0

78.3

80.4

82.3

80.7

80.8

78.8

76.1

74.6

74.6

Federal
National defense
Nondefense
State and local

19
20
21
22

192
14.4
4.8
195

22.0
17.3
4.7
20.0

292
24.3
5.0
20.4

35.8
30.6
52
21.1

43.1
38.0
5.1
21.6

47.7
42.4
5.3
21.9

48.9
42.7
62
22.0

51.8
45.9
5.9
22.7

53.5
47.3
6.3
22.5

55.2
48.9
6.4
23.1

56.5
49.5
7.1
23.8

58.6
49.9
8.7
23.7

56.3
48.7
7.6
24.4

55.7
47.9
7.8
25.0

52.8
44.8
8.0
26.0

49.5
42.4
7.1
26.6

47.0
40.3
6.7
27.6

46.7
38.9
7.8
27.8

Exports
Imports

1955

1956

Line
I
Gross domestic product.

II

1957
III

IV

1

It

1958
11
1

IV

1

11
1

II

3913

400.6

408.9

4152

417.6

423.1

427.8

436.5

444.9

446.6

453J

449.0

4415

4455

459.1

2522

2572

261.5

265.6

2672

269.7

272.8

2784)

282.3

2845

289.1

290.9

2905

293.5

298.6

36.5
122.3
93.4

38.8
124.0
94.4

40.6
125.0
95.8

39.6
127.5
98.4

37.9
129.1
1002

38.0
130.0
101.8

37.6
131.3
103.9

39.3
132.7
106.0

40.3
134.5
107.5

39.8
135.8
108.9

39.4
1392
1105

39.1
138.9
112.9

37.1
1395
113.9

36.3
140.8
116.4

37.0
142.8
118.9

Net exports of goods and services
.......

6

„.„
.......

642

68.1

m

73.7

73.1

71.5

72.6

71.5

71.9

71.9

714

65.1

605

58.7

655

7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14

60.4
35.4
14.3
21.1
25.0
3.7
3.8
-.1

63.5
37.9
14.7
23.1
25.6
4.6
5.7
-1.1

65.7
40.4
15.4
25.0
25.2
42
5.5
-1.3

66.6
42.5
162
26.3
242
7.1
6.8
.3

66.6
42.8
17.4
25.4
23.7
6.6
6.6
0

67.8
43.9
18.0
25.9
23.9
3.7
52
-1.5

68.9
45.4
18.6
26.8
23.5
3.7
4.4
-.8

69.0
45.9
18.7
272
23.0
25
4.1
-1.6

69.6
47.0
18.8
28.2
22.6
2.3
2.0
.3

69.3
47.1
19.0
28.1
222
2.6
2.0
.7

70.4
48.4
19.1
29.3
22.0
3.0
2.5
.5

69.4
47.5
18.9
28.6
21.9
-4.3
-3.3
-1.0

64.6
43.6
18.1
25.5
20.9
-4.0
-6.3
22

63.0
42.0
17.6
24.4
21.0
-42
-5.8
1.6

63.9
41.4
17.3
24.1
22.5
1.5
-.7
22

15

Fued investment
Nonresidential
Structures .
Producers' durable equipment .
Residential
Change in business inventories ......
Nonfarm
Farm

14)

- M

.6

.1

2

1.8

2.5

4A

4.7

44)

3.9

3.3

1.0

A

.7

16
17

172
162

16.6
17.1

18.1
17.4

18.3
18.1

19.3
18.9

20.8
19,0

21.7
19.3

23.0
185

24.8
20.1

24.3
20.3

23.6
19.8

22.9
19.6

20.4
19.5

20.4
20.1

20.5
19.7

18

754)

75.5

76.9

75.8

76.9

80.0

795

82.6

86.0

862

875

89.8

89.6

93.2

94.3

19
20
21
22

46.1
39.1
6.9
28.9

462
38.6
7.5
29.4

47.1
39.7
7.5
29.7

45.5
38.5
7.0
302

45.7
38.8
6.8
312

48.0
40.8
7.1
32.0

472
40.8
6.4
32.7

492
42.4
6.8
33.4

51.4
43.8
7.6
34.6

50.8
44.4
6.3
35.4

51.4
45.2
62
36.1

52.8
44.9
7.8
37.0

51.5
45.1
6.4
38.1

542
46.1
8.1
39.0

54.3
46.6
7.7
40.0

NOTE.—Percent changes from preceding period for selected items in this table are shown in table 8.1.




I

3
4
5

Gross private domestic investment.

Federal
Na^ona) defense .
Nondefense
State and kxaJ

IV

2

Durable goods .
Nondurable goods .
Services

Government purchases

III

1

Personal consumption expenditures .

Exports
Imports

1
1

Table 1.2.-Gross Domestic Product in Constant Dollars: Annual, 1929-58, and Quarterly, 1947-58
[Billions of 1987 dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
1932

1931

1930

1929

Line

1942

1943

821.8

Ptnonal consumption expenditures .

748.9

69U

599.7

587.1

632.6

681.3

777.9

811.4

778.9

840.7

906.0

1,070.6

1,284.9

1,540.5

5543

Gross domestic product

520.0

501.0

456.6

447.4

461.1

487.6

534.4

554.6

542.2

568.7

5952

629.3

628.7

647.3

24.5
211.7
220.4

24.4
205.0
218.1

27.8
215.7
217.6

34.6
226.2
226.8

43 J
252.4
238.9

45.2
262.8
246.6

36.2
266.6
239.4

42.6
279.7
246.4

48,3
293.0
253.9

54.6
311.5
263.1

37.8
317.9
273.1

34.2
327.6
285 6

106.4

69.9

92.9
69.1
30.3
38.7
23.8
13.6
10.6
3.0

75.3
51.3
24.1
272
24.0
-5.4
-7.3
1.9

40.1
238.5
267.9

38.1
229.2
252.6

32.4
228.3
2402

152,8

107.2

67.2

25.0

26.6

41.1

65.2

Fixed investment .
Nonresidential..
Structures .
Producers'durable equipment .
Residential.
Change in business inventories .
Nonfarm
Farm
..

142.1
100.6
58.9
41.7
41.6
10.6
10.2
.4

108.0
82.7
49.7
33.0
25.3
-.8
-1.3
.4

75.0
54.0
32.1
21.9
21.0
-7.8
-115
3.4

42.5
31.4
18.8
12.6
-17.5
-20.0
2.4

36.8
27.7
14.8
12.9
9.1
-102
-10.9
.8

46.9
34.2
16.3
17.9
12.7
-5.8
1.0

-6.8

59.8
42.4
18.1
24.3
17.5
5.4
2.9
2.5

79.9
57.9
24.0
33.9
22.0
10.0
13.5
-3.5

Set exports of goods and services .

1J9

-0.3

-22

-2.4

-3.0

-1.0

-72

-5.1

24.7
27.0

19.6
22.0

19.9
22.9

22.3
23.4

23.9
31.1

25.3
30.4

31.9
33.8

125.5

1205

116.1

131.4

135.7

158.6
63.5

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

Exports
Imports

1941

1940

1939

1938

1937

1936

1935

1933

36.0

29.8

11.1

34.1

30.1

Government purchases .

1116

122.0

Federal
National defense .
Nondefense
State and local

21.9

24.4

24.9

25.9

30.9

90.7

97.6

100.7

94.6

652

-

1944

Line

1948

1946

1945

40.2

40.0

121.8

149.4

81.4

53.5

90.4
56.5
25.6
30.9
33.9
3.0
1.9
1.1

107.1
69.0
28.9
40.1
38.1
147
12.1
2.6

122.0
81.6
34.4
47.2
40.4
27,4
24.4
3.0

70.0
49.6
20.9
28.6
20.4
11.3
5.8
55

53.6
41.3
15.3
26,0
12.4
-.1
-1.2
1.1

8.2

2.8

30.7
26.5

32.7
28.1

37.5
292

39.1
36.3

152.2

162.5

174.0

180.7

289.1

586.0

56.8

62.3

65.1

76.2

189.0

492.5

42

223
50,4

37.4

867.7
781.1

103.9

95.1

1955

1954

1953

1952

1951

1949

-28.1
26.3

1956

1957

1958

1,8382

1,829.1

1,300.0

1,3055

1,418.5

1,558.4

1,624.9

1,6855

1,673.8

813.0

831.4

874.3

894.7

923.4

9625

987.3

1,047.0

1,104.4

1,122.2

793.3

1,078.7

779.1

34.8
377.3
302.4

552
391.7
3322

65.7
382.3
3452

722
384.0
356.8

80.1
389.2
362.2

95.0
400.4
378.9

882
412.7
393.8

86.4
429.0
407.9

95.0
443.7
423.8

96.8
449.4
4412

114.8
470.5
461.7

1092
486.0
483.5

108.8
495.5
500.2

102.5
5000
519.7

187.4

256.4

255.6

231.6

240.3

245.7

229.8

266.9

198.6

2822

1955

284.8

82.6

234.1

59.8

Gross private domestic investment .

1,252.8

714.6

322
3462
29Z1

Ourabie goods
Nondurable goods
Services .

1,272.1

6712

Personal consumption expenditures

1,602.6

1,768.3

1,670.0

Gross domestic product .

1,803.6

222.0
138.6
582
80.4
83.4
9.6
6.6
2.9

235.2
148.9
632
85.7
86.3
5.1
3.3
1.8

239.7
1462
65.3
80.9
93,5
-5.6
-6.5
.9

268.7
160.5
69.8
90.8
108.2
16.1
16.8
-.7

270.0
1712
77.0
94.3
98,8
12.1
15.0
-2.9

264.8
172.1
77.1
95.0
92.7
2.1
22
-.1

248.1
1543
72.6
81.7
93.7
-2.3
-60
3.7

2.3

-7.1

-2.3

-5.2

-1.2

1.6

-14.9

622
64.4

67.7
72.9

78.0
792

85.0
83 4

73.7
88.5

654
54.6
19.9
34.7
10.9
-5.6
-3.9
-1.7

91.3
78.5
27.2
51.3
12.8
-8.7
-5.9
-2.9

167.5
114.9
545
60.4
52.5
28.0
292
-12

198.5
131.5
49.5
82.0
67.0
.3
3.9
-3.7

216.1
136.0
51.9
84.1
80.1
13.7
10.6
3.1

196.4
122.1
50.8
71.3
74.3
-9.1
-8.8
-.3

233.9
132.5
542
78.3
101.4
22.5
21.6

1.0

225.6
140.6
582
82.4
85.0
30.0
27.1
2.9

-29.0

-233

265

41.9

16.6

17.3

32

11.1

24.6
53.5

32.8
56.7

66.7
402

79.1
37.1

60.7
44.1

59.9
42.5

53.0
49.7

64.3
532

62.3
59.9

59.5
66.6

397.0

467.6

444.0

476.0

269.3

465.3

240.6

441.7

2714)

218.8

454.7

829.4

489.8

968.0

2845

Government purchases.

272.0

139.8

276.1

126.3

264.8

110.7

268.7

175.4

292.7

742.9

324.6

339.7

884.3

256.3

Federal.
National defense .
Nondefense
State and local

145.6

1383

140.7

1792

204.0

1295

1892

114.3

173'b

108.1

162.0

95.6

150.1*

86.5

143.0

837

Fixed investment
Nonresidential
Structures .
Producers' durable equipment .
Residential.
Change in business inventories .
Nonfarm
Farm ..„,
Net exports of goods and services .
Exports
Imports

i
1,2472

1949

1948

1947
Line
1,255.0

1,2695

1
1

1,284.0

1,295.7

III
1,316.4

1,305.3

1,302.0

1,312.6

1,301.9

1,350.9

1,393.5

1,445.2

1.4M5

1,303.8

823.9

8342

831.3

8362

848.8

865.0

899.3

884.3

8145

822.6

732
388.5
362.2

81.1
389.5
363.7

82.7
3872
361.4

83.3
391.6
361.3

85.5
396.1
3672

866
400.0
378.4

108.9
406.7
383.7

99.0
398.8
386.5

2263

2003

176-3

187.8

184.5

222.6

245.7

264.2

293.3

2155
134.0
52.9
812
81.5
172
135
3.7

213.3
138.0
53.9
84.1
75.4
135
10.4
3.2

2012
131.4
53.1
78.3
69.9
-.3
-.1
-.2

192.8
124.1
52.0
72.2
68.7
-16.5
-145
-2.0

192.5
117.7
49.8
67.9
74.8
-4.7
-4.1
-.6

1992
1152
48.4
66
84.0
-14.8
-16.4
1.7

211.9
118.6
50.5
68.0
93.3
10.8
9.9
.9

231.7
129.6
53.0
76.6
102.1
13.9
15.4
-1.4

248.2 I
140,5
55.9
84.6
107.7
15.9
14.2
1,8

243.9
141.4
57.3
84.1
102.5
49.4
46,8
2.6

12.4

212

212

17.7

9.3

73

6.3

-2.6

1.4

142

64.3
43.1

59.1
41.4

51.3
42.0

50.7

51,4

42.8

45.1

52.8
55.4

57.1
55,7

272.0

2715

276.6

284.3

3055

145.1

165.9

139.2

139.6

1

1,2395

2

704.0

796.8

796.7

795.7

3
4
5

632
377.1
343.7

64.1
385.1
347.6

65.0
386.2
345.5

70.7
381.0
344.0

70.9
381.8
350.6

70.5
385.7
355.5

73.1
381.9
3595

74.3
386.6
361.6

194.9

189.3

191.7

219.1

227.0

232.6

232.7

6

Fixed investment
Nonresidential
Structures .
Producers'durable equipment .
Residential.
Change tn business inventories ..
Nonfarm
Farm

7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14

195.4
133.8
49.9
819
61.6
-.5
2.3
-2.8

189.7
131.3
49.5
81.8
58.4
-.4
4.3
—4.7

196.9
129.6
49.8
79.8
67.4
-52
-.6
-4.6

212.0
131.4
49.0
82.4
80.6
7.1
9.6
-2.5

217.2
137.8
49.8
88.0
79.5
9.7
8.5
1.3

218.4
1342
512
83.0
84.2
142
102
4.0

Net exports ot goods and services .

43.1

43.9

452

35.4

24.1

15.7

15
16
17

80.1
37.0

82.9
39.0

80.7
35.4

72.5
372

65.6
41.6

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

Exports
Imports

|

'

221 <
3

2194

803.3

229.7

8115

59.1
43.3
235.7

60.1
45.9

57.9
45.4

64.8
43.6

242^

2545

2592

2702

2753

137.1

142.3

143.1

136.8

133.7

137.7

'"7222

127.9

'''{327

135.2

137.9

138.9

Government purchases.

18

2175

2172

112.6

108.3

118.7

122.4

19
20
21
22

111.9

127.3

Federal
National defense .
„ Nondefense
State and local

110.0

136.8

107.1

109.4

111.2

111.0

113.3

"'Yis'i

117.7

104.9




11
1

II

1

Table 1.2.-Gross Domestic Product In Constant Dollars: Annual, 1929-58, and Quarterly, 1947-5S-Continued
[Billions of 1987 dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
1954

1953

1952

1951
line
1

Durable goods
Nondurable goods ...................
Services

—

.......

......

IV

1

II

11
1

IV

1

II

III

1,504.1

1,548.3

1,585.4

1,596,0

1,607.7

1,612.1

1,6213

1,657.8

1,6873

1,6953

1,687.9

1,6712

1,660.8

1,658.4

2

899.8

884.9

8942

899.9

903.4

919.7

925.4

9452

958.0

9634

9632

9653

969.1

976.9

992.9

1,010.4

3
4
5

Gross domestic product

III

1

Personal consumption expenditures

II

IV

!

II

III

IV

1,677.7

1,6983

98.8
4095
3915

86.3
405.7
3923

84.0
415.1
3952

83.8
420.4
395.8

85.7
417.4
400.2

88.1
426.7
404.9

82 2
433.1
410.0

89.7
438.8
416.7

94.9
444.0
419.2

93.3
4452
424.9

93.5
4425
427.1

98.1
443.0
424.1

942
445.9
429.1

94.0
444.1
438.8

96.3
4502
446.4

102.7
457.4
450.3

6

Gross private domestic investment
Fixed investment
Nonresidential
Structures
Producers' durable equipment
Residential
Change in business Inventories
Nonfarm
.
Farm
-

....

264.9

270.1

252.6

234.9

237.9

219.7

2273

2414

247.1

246.6

2412

226.3

226.3

226.5

237.0

246.4

7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14

234.4
137.0
57.5
79.6
97.4
305
273
32

225.1
140.8
59.4
81.4
84.2
45.1
41.7
3.4

222.3
143.6
59.1
84.5
78.8
30.3
27.8
25

220.6
141.1
56.9
84 2
79.5
14.3
11.7
2.6

223.1
141.5
57.0
845
81.6
14.7
12.3
2.4

225.6
142.5
57.5
85.1
83.0
-5.9
-9.4
35

212.8
130.4
58.0
72.5
82.3
14.5
10.0
4.5

226.5
139.9
602
79.7
86.6
14.9
13.7
12

2355
1475
61.9
85.6
88.0
11.6
9.1
2.6

235.9
147.7
63.0
84.7
882
10.7
11.4
-.7

235.4
1505
63.3
872
84.9
5.7
42
1.6

234.1
149.8
64.4
85.4
84.2
-7.8
-11.7
3.9

231.5
146.3
65.2
81.1
85.1
-52
-7.7
2.6

235.8
1452
65.6
79.6
90.6
-9.3
-10.1
.8

243.6
147.5
65.4
82.1
96.1
-6.6
-6.0
1.4

247.8
145.8
65.1
80.7
102.0
-1,4
-.1
-1.3

15

13

10>t

153

153

12.7

5.9

-23

-7.0

-9.1

-6.7

-6.0

-5.0

-2.7

-15

.1

16
17

595
562

65.1
54.7

66.5
512

66.0
50.7

69.8
57.1

62.5
56.6

58.0
60.3

58.7
65.8

58.4
65.0

58.9
68.0

61.4
68.1

59.4
65.4

56.6
61.7

64.6
67.3

62.4
63.9

65.0
64.9

Government purchases

18

336.1

3823

4233

445.8

453.7

466.8

471.6

4782

488.9

494.4

4902

485.6

470.4

457.6

4493

4414

Federal
National defense
Nondefense
State and local

19
20
21
22

197.3

242.0

281.7

3042

311.9

322.6

330.1

333.7

341.4

346.9

3392

331.3

3112

297.7

285.4

276.5

""138.7

HO!B

141.8

144.3

1415

144.5

147.5

147.5

154.3

1592

159.9

163.9

164.8

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

1

II

III

IV

Net exports of goods and services
Exports
Imports

.,
—

""ui.6 • 1 i
™4
5

1955

"'"isT.o

1957

1956

1958

line
1

Ill

IV

1

il

1

Gross private domestic investment

1,758.6

1,7782

1,7933

1,787.0

1,7985

1,8022

1,826.6

1,8364

1,8343

1,8512

1,8305

1,790.1

1,804.4

1,840.9

1,880.9

1,025.1

1,0413

1,0513

1,0702

1,072.7

1,074.0

1,078.8

1,0892

1,097.1

1,1003

1,107.4

1,113.0

1,1022

1,1143

1,1305

1,141.7

3
4
5

Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Services

1,7425

2

Gross domestic product
Personal consumption expenditures

1082
4605
456.4

1152
467.8
458.3

117.6
472.0
461.7

1182
481.6
4705

1112
486.5
475.0

1092
484.6
4802

108.5
484.6
485.7

108.1
4882
492.9

111.6
490.4
495.1

109.3
493.1
497.9

106.8
500.0
500.6

1075
498.3
5072

102.0
4922
508.0

1012
495.3
517.9

101.7
503.5
525.3

105.1
509.1
527.5

6

...........

Net exports ol goods and services
—

......

269.1

2852

2893

295.6

2862

283.9

281.6

277.0

2722

2693

273.8

2523

234.4

229.4

2473

271.9

7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14

257.8
1483
67.1
81.1
109.6
113
122
-1.0

268.5
1575
68.7
88.8
111.0
16.8
18.1
-13

273.6
165.1
70.8
94.3
1085
15.7
165
-.8

275.0
1713
72.5
985
103.7
20.6
20.3
.3

269.7
169.0
74.7
942
100.7
165
18.9
-2.4

270.9
170.9
77.4
935
100.0
12.9
16.2
-3.3

271.4
173.4
77.9
955
98.0
102
13.1
-2.9

268.1
171.5
77.8
93.8
96.6
8.9
12.0
-3.1

267.4
172.3
772
95.0
95.1
4.9
55
-.6

264.0
1712
772
94.0
92.8
5.3
5.6
-3

266.0
174.5
772
97.3
91.6
7.8
6.8
1.0

261.9
170.4
76.7
93.8
915
-9.6
-92
-.3

247.7
159.5
75.0
84.5
882
-13.3
-17.4
4.1

2412
153.1
72.6
80.6
88.1
-11.8
-15.4
3.6

244.3
149.9
71.0
79.0
94.3
3.1
-12
4.3

259.1
154.8
72.1
82.7
104.3
12.8
10.1
27

15

Fixed investment
Nonresidential
Structures
Producers' durable equipment
Residential
Change in business Inventories
Nonfarm
—
—
Farm

Exports ....
....
Imports
..................—....

II

-U)

-75

-52

-7.0

-6.8

-2.7

-1.7

6.4

5.4

23

13

-2.6

-13.0

-163

-13.4

-16.8

16
17

67.0
68.0

65.3
72.8

69.3
745

69.4
76.4

723
79.1

77.0
79.7

79.5
81.2

832
76.8

88.7
83.3

86.3
84.0

84.0
82.7

81.0
83.6

72.7
85.8

732
89.5

74.0
87.4

74.6
91.4

Government purchases

18

4493

4395

442.7

435.1

434.9

4433

4435

454.1

461.7

462.9

468.7

4673

4665

476.9

4763

484.1

Federal
National defense
Nondefense
State and local

19
20
21
22

2783

266.6

269.4

260.4

258.7

264.6

263.6

272.3

276.1

275.7

278.8

273.8

267.8

2745

2705

274.9

170.9

"1733

1745

NOTE.-Percent changes from preceding period for selected items in this table are shown in tt>le 8.1.




1763

178,7

160.0

181.8

185.7

1872

"'"i'8&9

194.0

198.8

*

202.0

.............
205.9

""2092

T a b l e 1.3.—Gross Domestic Product by Major T y p e of Product: Annual, 1929-58, and iQuarterly, 1 9 4 7 - 5 8
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
Line

1931

1930

1923

755

103.1

Gross domestic product

1932

1933

1934

1942

1941

1940

1939

1938

1937

1936

1935

1943
1914

58.0

555

65.1

713

817

903

843

903

100.0

125.0

65.7

712

81.5

-.6

1.1

12

88.1
2.7

85.5
-.6

90.6
.2

97.7
2.4

120.6
4.4

156.6
1.9

193.2
-.8

101.4
1.7

Divatie goods
final sales
Change in business inventories
Nondurable goods
final sales .
Change in business inventories .

47 J
O

375

26.8

27.0

34.4

393

455

515

45.3

493

563

725

93.7

1204

47.3
-.4

38.6

292

35.0

38.8

445

-.6

1.1

1.2

45.9
-.6

53.6
2.4

68.0

-15

48.8
2.7

48.8

-1.1

28.5
-15

91.7
1.9

1212
-.8

11.4
125

7.7
9.0

3.6
5.7

112

10.8

16.6
15.4

35.5
34.5

54.2
542

-2.0

-.9

12.7
12.4
.3

26.8

11.2
.9

13.9
13.1
.8

9.9

83

-12

7.4
7.3
,1

9.3

-1.0

4.9
5.4
-5

38.6
38.3
3

—

60.4
-2.5

175
16.1
1.4

final sales
Change in business inventories .

-1.1

54.4
1.7

Goods1

90.7
-.4

56.1

foal sales of domestic product....
Change'm business inventories .....

57.1
-1.5

35.6
34.9
.7

29.8
29.7

23.1
23.6

22.1
23.1

30.6
29.9
.8

33.7
33.4

2

37.6
35.7
1.9

35.4
35.1
.3

36.3
36.4
-.1

39.4
382

-1.0

27.0
27.7
-.7

255

26.9

28.1

31.0

313

33.1

34.0

3.1

3.7

4.3

53

7.0

6.4

7.8

76.9

.1

Services1 —

35.1

33.8

313

Structures —

113

9.6

-.4

7J0

_......

—
—
Line

Gross domestic product

1944
2113

—

213.1

4.0
1947

1946

1945

272

2113

1948

1949

4.4
23.8
3.1

12

1.0

0

58.1
572

12

45.6
44.3
1.4

662
67.0
-.8

35.4

40.4

50.5

62.8

85

111

14.4

92
1958

1957

1956

1955

1953

1952

1951

1950

4485

454.7

287.0

259.3

2603

2343

.3

2

3315

349.7

370.0

370.9

4043

4262

3462
3.5

3682

1.8

3718
-1.9

399.3
4.9

422.1
4.1

447.7
.9

455.1
-.4

211.9
-.9

214.6
-1.4

205.7

62

234.8
-5

254.7
5.6

262.1
-2.8

281.1
53

3215
10.1

1393

1544

147.7

162.4

1893

1955

2045

1983

216.3

234.7

2305

1283

1253

225.4

1313

final sales
Change in business inventories

1332
-.9

130.3
-1.4

119.1

140.3

62

-5

148.7
5.6

1505
-25

1565
5.9

179.8
10.1

192.0
35

202.8
13

1993
-1.9

211.4
4.9

221.3
4.1

233.8
.9

230.8
-.4

Duable goods
final sales
Change in business inventories

573
585
-.6

48.9
50.1
-13

372
31.8
5.3

45.9
44.4
1.4

49.0
48.0
1.0

482
50.0
-13

59.8
56.2
3.6

72.5
66.4

73.8
72.6

6.1

12

795
' 78.0
15

71.6
74.1
-25

85.1
81.7
3.4

862
11

922
91.7
.5

-2.8

Nondurable goods
Final sales
Change in business inventories

74.4
74.7
-.3

80.0

88.1
873

105.3
100.7
4.6

99.6
100.6

1016

-1.0

100.3
13

117.4
113.4
4.0

121.7
119.4
2.4

125.1
124.9
.3

126.4
125.8
.6

131.2
129.7
1.5

137.0
135.1

3

93.9
953
-1.9

10

1425
1412
.4

148.5
146.1
2.4

71.7

76.7

813

87.7

1016

1132

1213

1263

1363

159.1

169.0

77.1

703

1463

711

293

295

363

39.1

413

435

463

51.1

54.8

552

72

223

543

6.6

165

final sales of domestic product
Change in business inventories ....
Goods'

1

Services —...

802
-2

it

I

1

IV

11
1

1
1

1

IV

III

II

I

84.6

1949

1948

1947
Line

82.0

Ul

IV

295.3

306.7

2305

2453

251.1

2583

2653

2665

258.1

257.7

2683

226.7

2593

1

261.6

Gross domestic product...

2343

2773

Final sales oi domestic product

2
3

226.4
.4

231.7
-12

237.7
-18

243.4
15

247.6
3.5

252.6
5.7

257.9
7.3

260.7
5.9

2612
.4

263.4
-5.3

261.4
-15

2625
-4.9

266.3
2.0

275.0
2.9

291.0
4.3

292.2
14.5

1533

1572

1573

1513

1473

150.5

1753

150.1

167.6

1463

155.7

139.7

143.8

1353

1373

1483

4

144.7
1.6

146.5
35

147.6
5.7

149.8
73

151.0
5.9

1515
.4

152.6
-5.3

1495
-15

148.7
-4.9

1485
2.0

152.8
19

163.3
4.3

161.3
14.5

Change in business inventories
Goods1
Final sales
Change in business inventories —

5
6

135.0
.4

139.1
-12

1425
-18

Durable goods
...
Final sales
Change in business inventories —

7
8
9

45.1
417
14

45.4
44.1
1.3

47.3
44.8
25

455
46.1
-5

48.7
47.6
1.1

47.4
46.7
.7

49.4
485
.9

50.6
49.4
1.3

49.1
48.9
.3

463
50.7
-3.9

50.8
50.4
5

45.9
49.9
-4.0

49.3
50.1
-.8

55.9
515
3.4

64.7
62.6
2.1

69.3
595
9.8

Nondurable goods
Final sales
Change in business inventories ...

10
11
12

902
923
-11

915
95.0
-25

914
97.7
-53

100.7
98.6
11

101.4
99.0
2.4

106.0
100.9
5.1

107.6
101.4
62

106.4
101.7
43

102.7
1025
.1

1005
1013
-1.4

972
99.1
-13

97.9
98.8
-.9

1012
98.4
2.9

99.8
100.3
-5

102.9
100.7
11

106.5
101.9
4.6

755

77.7

80.0

822

815

88.7

91.7

723

735

863

713

845

723

811

71.1

81.0

13

304

29.7

28.7

28.7

295

31.4

332

39.0

39.1

295

36.1

26.7

27.4

11
1

IV

1

II

lit

IV
379.4

Services1
Structures

,

14

203

20.7

234

Gross domestic product.
ftalj»le$ of domestic product..
Change in business inventories

Goods'*

1

3213

1954

1953

1952

1951
Une
3432

3495

3622

3714

3663

3665

3403

3663

3353

3713

329.1

343.7

3712

335.1
4.9

338.3
4.9

3452
-1.5

344.1
5.6

357.1
5.1

3652
3.8

369.0
3.4

369.7
22

368.9
-22

368.3
-13

370.0
-3.4

373.3
-2.1

379.7
-.3

1943

2032

2063

2073

2053

1993

195.0

203.1

1903

1963

193.7

197.6

1934

192.3
-15

188.7
5.6

198.1
5.1

2025
33

203.6
3.4

203.1
22

202.1
-22

1995
-13

198.4
-3.4

198.3
-2.1

203.4
-.3

71.6
73.7

69.4
685

79.7
75.9
3.7

813
775
3.8

813
78.0
3.0

81.7
78.7
19

74.0
77.6
-3.6

71.3
74.9
-3.7

705
74.3
-3.8

70.3
72.9
-25

742
74.4
-2

125.0
125.0

126.0
125.6
.4

123.7
124.4
-.8

125.9
124.4
1.4

126.3
124.6
1.7

124.5
124.1
.4

125.9
1255
.5

128.8
129.0
-1

2
3

311.1
104

3142
15.0

325.9
9.9

4

1853

1892

1915

Final sales
Change in business inventories .

5
6

1743
10.4

1742
15.0

1813
93

1885
43

188.7
43

Durable goods
Final sales
Change in business inventories .

7
8
9

692
645
4.6

73.0
632
9.7

74.7
663
7.9

732
71.1

11

74.5
711
14

-11

5

116.1
1103
53

1162

116.9
1143

1192
116.6
15

119.3
118.7

1243
120.0
53

1235

10

120.3
117.4
19

1122

114.4

1165

1192

121.7

1232

124.6

126.4

1282

128.4

1095

123.1

1055

107.7

405

413

424

435

43.7

434

43.7

442

453

46.8

483

Nondurable goods Final sales
Change in business inventories — —
Services i

Structures
See footnote^} at end of table.




10
11
12
13
14

964
393

111.0
52
1003
39.1

385

383

1222
1.3

0

Table 1.3.-Gross Domestic Product by Major Type of Product: Annual, 1929-58, and Quarterly, 1947-58-Continued
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]

III

II

1

I

IV

195i8

19;57

1956

1955
Line

III

II

11
1

II

1

IV

IV

I

1
1

III

IV

Gross domestic product .....

1

3925

400.6

408.9

415.2

417.6

423.1

4275

4365

4445

446.6

4535

449.0

441.6

4455

459.1

472J

Final sales of domestic product..
Change in business inventories..

2
3

388.6
3.7

396.0
4.6

404.6
4.2

408.1
7.1

411.0
6.6

419.4
3.7

424.1
3.7

434.0
2.5

442.7
2.3

443.9
2.6

450.9
3.0

453.3
-4.3

445.6
-4.0

450.1
-4.2

457.6
1.5

467.1
5.2

4

2072

214.7

2195

223.6

222.6

224.0

225.7

229.1

2352

234.5

2385

230.6

223.8

224.7

2325

2403

5
6

203.4
3.7

210.1
4.6

215.6
4.2

216.4
7.1

216.1
6.6

220.3
3.7

222.0
3.7

226.7
2.5

232.9
2.3

231.9
2.6

235.5
3.0

234.9
-4.3

227.8
—4.0

228.9
-42

231.3
15

235.3
52

7
8
9

79.1
76.7
2.4

84.8
80.7
4.1

87.5
84.7
2.7

88.9
84.6
4.4

87.7
83.4
4.3

87.7
85.7
2.0

87.2
86.9
.3

90.8
88.9
1.9

93.1
92.3
.7

93.6
91.5
2.1

94.5
92.3
Z2

87.6
90.6
-3.0

78.8
85.1
-62

77.8
83.2
-5.5

83.0
83.9
-1.0

88.4
86.8
1.6

10
11
12

128.1
126.7
1.4

130.0
129.5
.5

132.3
130.8
1.5

134.6
131.9
2.7

135.0
132.7
2.2

136.4
134.6
1.7

138.5
135.1
3.4

138.3
137.7
.6

142.1
140.6
1.5

141.0
140.4
.6

144.1
143.3
.8

143.0
144.4
-1.4

144.9
142.7
2.2

146.9
145.7
1.2

149.9
147.4
2.5

152.2
1485
3.7

Services 1

13

134.9

134.6

1375

140.4

1425

145.0

147.4

152.8

1545

157.3

160.5

163.7

1642

167.8

171.0

173.2

Structures

14

502

515

51.6

51.3

52.6

54.0

54.7

545

54.9

54.7

54 5

54.7

53.7

53.3

552

58.6

Goods'
Final sales
Change in business inventories ,
Durable goods

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

NOTE.—Percent changes from preceding period for selected items in this table are shown in ts

1. Exports and imports of certain goods, primarily military equipment purchased and sold by the Federal Government are included in services.

Table 1.4.—Gross Domestic Product by Major Type of Product in Constant Dollars: Annual, 1929-68, and Quarterly, 1947-58
adjusted at annual rates!

(Billions of 1987 dollars; quarters
1931

line

1932

1940

1936

1935

1933

1942

1941

1943

821.8

748.9

691.3

599.7

587.1

632.6

681.3

7775

8114

778.9

840.7

906.0

1,070.6

1,2845

811.2
10.6

Gross domestic product
Final sales of domestic product..
Change in business inventories ..

1,540.5

749.7
-.8

699.1
-7.8

617.3
-17.5

597.3
-102

638.4
-5.8

675.9
5.4

767.8

10.0

797.8
13.6

784.3
-5.4

837.7
3.0

8912
14.7

1,0432
27.4

1,273.6
11.3

1540.6
-.1

3482

307.7

282.0

238.5

238.3

265.7

293.1

344.7

368.6

340.7

417.4

4915

580.0

732.7

Final sales
Change in business inventories .

337.6
10.6

308.5
-.8

289.8
-7.8

256.1
-17.5

248.5
-10.2

271.5
-5.8

287.7
5.4

334.6
10.0

355.0
13.6

346.1
-5.4

371.4
3.0

402.7
14.7

463.6
27.4

568.7
11.3

732.8
-.1

Durable goods
Final sales
Change in business inventories .

105.3
97.5
7.8

71.4
77.4
-5.9

51.6
60.2
-8.6

26.3
41.0
-14.7

35.8
40.4
-4.7

52.9
52.3

65.9
63.5
2.4

89.3
82.9
6.4

98.0
92.9
5.1

68.6
74.6
-6.0

87.7

86.1

1.6

112.9
105.5
7.4

163.9
145.9
18.0

219.1
211.4
7.7

347.7
346.3
1.4

Nondurable goods

242.9
240.1
2.8

236.3
231.2
5.1

230.4
229.6
.9

2122
215.1
-2.9

202.5
208.1
-5.5

212.8
219.2
-6.4

227.2
2242
3.0

255.4
251.7
3.7

270.5
262.1
8.4

272.1
271.5

286.6
285.3
1.4

304.5
297.3
7.3

327.0
317.6
9.4

360.9
357.3
3.6

384.9
3865
-i.e

Services1 ..

349.0

337.1

326.0

304.9

308.5

321.4

335.7

362.6

366.1

367.7

3785

3942

452.6

5645

7265

Structures .

124.6

104.1

83.4

56.3

40.4

45.5

52.5

70.6

76.7

70.5

87.5

94.3

127.0

1395

815

Goods'

Final sales
Change in business inventories .

Line

1944

1945

1946

1947

1948

1949

1950

1951

1952

Gross domestic product .

1

15705

1,602.6

1,272.1

1252.8

1,300.0

1,3055

1,4185

1,558.4

1,6245

Final sales of domestic product..
Change in business inventories .,

2
3

1,675.6
-5.6

1,611.4
-8.7

1,244.1
28.0

1252.5
.3

1286.3
13.7

1,314.5
-9.1

1,396.0
225

1,528.4
30.0

1,615.3
9.6

6425

706.1

1954

1955

1956

1957

1958

1,6855

1,673.8

1,7685

1,803.6

1,8382

1*29.1

1,680.4
5.1

1,679.4
-5.6

1,752.2
16.1

1,7915
12.1

1,836.1
2.1

7655

7385

788.4

8015

8064

7782
7805
-2.3

7315

Goods1

,1953

•

1,831.4
-23

4

813.7

759.7

591.6

590.3

6025

5915

Final sales
Change in business inventories .

5
6

819.4
-5.6

768.4
-8.7

5635
28.0

590.1
.3

589.0
13.7

6005
-9.1

620.0
225

676.0
30.0

721.4
9.6

760.5
5.1

744.5
-5.6

772.3
16.1

789.7
12.1

804.3
2.1

Durable goods
Final sales
Change in business inventories .

7
8
9

403.4
407.3
-3.9

330.5
338.6
-8.1

1762
152.3
23.8

1912
188.1
3.1

195.4
191.6
3.9

186.7
192.9
-62

222.6
2105
12.1

2615
242.1
19.4

272.9
269.4
35

289.8
284.9
4.9

263.7
2715
-7.8

2965
286.4
10.1

294.9
288.7
62

294.4
292.3
2.1

260-8
268.1
-7.3

Nondurable goods
Final sales
Change in business inventories .

10
11
12

410.3
412.0
-1.7

429.2
429.8
-.6

415.4
4112
42

399.1
402.0
-2.8

4072
397.4
9.8

404.8
407.6
-2.9

419.9
4095
10.4

444.6
433.9
10.7

458.1
452.0
6.1

475.8
475.6
2

4752
473.0
22

491.9
485.9
6.0

506.9
500.9
6.0

511.9
5115
0

517.4
51Z4
5.0

Services 1 ..

13

799.1

7835

5632

529.6

5425

5565

5835

6645

702.0

7175

7195

745.8

7695

802-0

816.9

Structures .

14

572

59.4

1174

1325

1545

1572

1925

187.8

1915

202.3

215 2

234.1

2325

229.9

234J)

1947

1948

Line

1950

1949

IV
Gross domestic product .

12395

1,2472

1255.0

1269.5

1284.0

1295.7

1,3035

1,316.4

1,3055

1,302.0

1,312.6

1,301.9

1,350.9

1,3935

1,4452

1(484i

Final sales of domestic product.
Change in business inventories .,

1240.0
-.5

1247.6
-.4

1260.2
-52

1262.4
7.1

1,274.3
9.7

1281.5
142

1286.6
172

1,302.8
13.5

1,305.6
-.3

1,318.5
-16.5

1,317.3
-4.7

1,316.7
-14.8

1,340.1
10.8

1,379.6
13.9

1,4292
15.9

1,435.1
49.4

595.1

580.8

6085

626.0

658.1

677.3

612.0

642.1
15.9

627.6
49.4
253.1
221.7
313

Goods

1

5842

591.6

589.4

596.1

603.0

5995

5995

6075

5992

590.7

Final sales
Change in business inventories .

584.7
-.5

592.0

-.4

594.6
-52

589.0
7.1

593.3
9.7

585.7
142

582.6
172

594.3
13.5

599.5
-.3

6072
-16.5

599.8
-4.7

595.6
-14.8

598.1
10.8

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

192.7
187.8
4.8

191.0
187.5
3.5

194.0
187.3
6.7

187.0
189.7
-2.1

201.0
196.9
4.0

190.7
187.5
32

191.5
187.5
4.0

198.6
194.4
4.2

1915
191.7
2

1835
1965
-12.8

1945
193.9
.6

176.6
189.4
-12.8

1875
189.6
-1.8

2112
1992
12.0

238.4
2315
7.0

Nondurable goods
Final sales
Change in business inventories .

391.5
396.8
-5.3

400.6
404.5
-3.9

395.4
407.3
-11.9

3992
9.8

402.0
396.4
5.7

4092
398.3
11.0

408.3
395.1
132

409.3
399.9
9.4

407.4
407.8
-5

407.0
410.7
-3.7

400.6
4055
-5.3

4042
406.1
-1.9

421.1
408.5
12.6

414.8
412.8
2.0

419.6
410.7
9.0

530.4

532.1

5312

524.5

5315

538.1

5455

5545

556.0

560.1

558.1

563.1

5864

608JS

553.1

575.7

1245

1234

1344

1485

149.1

157.7

158.5

154.1

150.1

1512

1594

168.0

1785

1915

2005

198i

Services 1
Structures

-

Seetootnote(s)at end ol table.




135

4242
406.1
18.1

Table 1 . 4 . - G r o s s Domestic Product by Major Type of Product in Constant Dollars: Annual, 1 9 2 9 - 5 8 , and Quarterly, 1 9 4 7 - 5 8 -

Continued
[Billions ot 1987 dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
1954

1953

1952

1951

IV

II!

1

II

11
1

IV

1,658.4

1,677.7

1,6983

1,504.1

1,548.3

1,585.4

1596.0

1,607.7

1,612.1

1,6213

1,657.8

1,687J

1,695.3

1,6873

1,671.2

1,660.8

1,473.6
30.5

1,5032
45.1

1,555.2
30.3

1,581.7
14.3

1,593.0
14.7

1,618.0
-5.9

1,607.4
145

1,642.8
14.9

1,675.7

1,684.6
10.7

1,682.2
5.7

1,679.0
-7.8

1,666.0
-52

1,667.7
-9.3

1,684.3
-6.6

1,699.7
-1.4

7022

716.8

723J)

7275

721 .0 !

726.1

749.4

770.7

765.8

755.7

738.7

7275

7343

7542

682.4

657.1
45.1

6865
30.3

708.6
14.3

712.7
14.7

726.9
-5.9

711.6
14.5

7345
14.9

758.4

final sales
Change in business inventories .

651.9
30.5

760.0
10.7

760.1
57

763.5
-7.8

743.9
-52

736.9
-9.3

741.4
-6,6

755,6
-1.4

Durable goods
Final sales
Change in business inventories .

242.7

262.5
231.8
30.7

270.8
245.7
25.1

269.9
262.8
72

2765
269.0
7.4

269.7
275.7

259.5
257.8
1.7

285.8
275.1

294.4
283.1
11.3

291.9
2832

10.8

8.6

2942
285.6
6.6

278.6
287.7
-9.0

265.3
275.9
-10.6

259.5
271.4
-11.9

260.7
268.1
-7.4

269.2
270.4
-1.2

Nondurable goods
Final sales .
Change in business inventories

439.8
423.7

445.9
440.8
52

453.0
445.9
7.1

451.0
443.7
7.3

451.3
451.1
.1

466.6
453.8

16.1

439.7
425.3
14.4

12.8

463.6
4595
42

475.6
475.3
.3

478.9
476.8
2.1

471.7
474.5
-2.8

477.0
4753
1.3

473.4
468.0
5.5

468.1
465.5
2.6

474.2
473.3
.8

485.0
4852
-2

626.6

684.6

689.4

691-9

700.6

705.3

710.0

7142

721.4

722.0

712.8

7142

719.0

724.7

721.1

657.6

198.3

203.1

2032

200.1

2023

2073

2113

218.1

223.0

Gross domestic product
Final sales of domestic product..
Change in business inventories .,
Goods1

2282
14.4

Services1

190.6

1905

188.3

183.7

184.0

1885

195.1

Structures

-6.0

11.6

11.6

1958

1957

1955
Line

1,793.9

1,787.0

1,7985

1,8022

1,826.6

1.836.4

1,8344

1,8512

1,8305

1,790.1

1,804.4

1,8403

1,880.9

1,7782

1,770.5
16.5

1,7855
12.9

1,792.0

1.831.5
4.9

1,829.5
5.3

1.843.4
7.8

1,840.1
-9.6

1,803.4
-13.3

-11.8

1,837.8
3.1

1.868.1

102

1,817.8
8.9

1,8162

16.8

1,762.5
15.7

1,773.3

801.3

805.1

8113

8072

816.2

790.8

764.1

805.0

785.6

801.1

759.7

760.6

7995

784.0

7985

768.9

782.8
157

783.2
16.5

788.1
12.9

791.1

796.2
8.9

806.4
4.9

801.9
5.3

7.8

800.4
-9.6

773.0
-13.3

775.8
-11.8

781.0
3.1

7922

749.3
11.3

252.9
267.4
-145

261.4
263.9
-2.4

274.9
270.5
4.4

5112
508.4
2.7

522.6
517.1
5.5

530.1
521.7
8.4

814.3

823.3

8282

226.0

2335

2475

1,758.6

1,7425

Gross domestic product .
3

Goods1

4

Final sales .
Change In business inventories

1,741.8

1,7312
11.3

2

Final sales of domestic product....
Change in business inventories ....

5

6

16.8

20.6
788.2

20.6

10.2

295.7
290.3
5.4

298.9
296.4
2.5

299.0
292.5
65

300.4
293.7
6.7

279.5
286.7
-7.3

515.8
514.7

511.3
513.6
-2.3

281.0
273.7
7.2

298.0
2852
12.8

300.9
293.1
7.8

306.1
293.7
125

296.7
284.6

12.1

62

292.7
291.8
.9

10
11
12

479.6
475.6
4.0

487.6
483.7
4.0

497.6
489.6
7.9

502.6
4945

506.6
499.9
6.7

508.6
499.3
9.3

509.5
506.0
3.5

512.4
510.0
2.4

5082
509.4

8.1

502.9
498.6
4.3

13

746.0

735.7

7453

754.4

756.6

763.3

767.6

7895

7925

798.3

Services1
Structures

14

2313

2292

7

Doable goods
Final sales .
Change in business inventories ,

8
9

Nondurable goods
Final sales
Change in business inventories .

2335

231.7

233.3

234.1

230.8

230.7

234.7

237.3

294.5
288.3

-1.2

1.1
806.4
228.6

810.4
2295

253.9
270.6

-16.6
505.7
502.4
3.3
801.7
228.7

12,6

12.8

NOTE-Percent changes from preceding period for selected items in this table are shown in table 8.1.
1. Exports and imports of certain goods, primarily military equipment purchased and sold by the Federal Government, are included in services.

: Annual,
Table 1.5.—Relation of G r o s s Domestic Product, Gross Domestic Purchases, a n d Final Sales to Domestic Purchasers:
1 9 2 9 - 5 8 , a n d Quarterly, 1 9 4 6 - 5 8
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
1929
103.1

Gross domestic product.

1930
90.4

1.9

2.6
22

3.0

90.0

75.7

573

555

64.8

72.5

823

1.7

-.4

-1.1

-2.5

-1.5

101.0

90.4

76.9

60.4

57.0

5.6

Less: Change in business Inventories .
2

Equals: Final sales to domestic purchasers

Line

Equals: Gross domestic purchases *

65.4

1583

1947

4.4

1,9

96.3

119.6

1563

2.7

-.6
845

893

2603

2595

287.0

2345

6.7
75

14.1
7.0

18.7
7.9

214.0

2045

2235

2543

254.1

286.4

62

-.5

5.6

-25

5.9

370.9

4043

4262

448.6

454.7

152

17.6
17.2

21.2
18.9

23.9
19.9

20.4

16.0

15.7
15.4

370.8

370.6

4033

424.0

444.6

4543

35

1.8

-1.9

4.9

369.0

3725

10.1

2155

198.6

224.0

10.1

2495

14.4
92

2573

11.6

280.4

16.3
15.3

17.0
14.6

12.3

345.1

3192

20.0

4.1

.9

-.4

4193

443.7

454.7

1950

1949

1948

1947

1957

1956

348.6

3292

-1.4

155

1955

3703

349.7

3315

2113

1955

1954

1952

1951

1949

213,1

1946

124.1

2.4

88.1

214.1

Equals: Final sales to domestic purchasers2

98.7

12

-.9

Less: Change in business inventories —

90.0

81.7

2132

—

833

71.4

45
6.9

«...

3.9
6.3

1.1

1948

1947

1945

4.6

2

211X1

Gross domestic product.
Less: Exports of goods and services
Plus: imports of goods and services

1944

4.3

2.8

905

2.0

1.9

102.7

1585

5.4
4.4

3.8

2.0

Equals: Gross domestic purchases1

125.0

4.8
3.4

4.0
4.0

2.9
2.9

5.9

100.0

903

4.4
4.1

less: Exports of goods and services ...
Plus: Imports of goods and services ...

|

3.9
3.1

82.7
3.0
32

1942

I

903

72.3

2.8

1941

1940

1939

1938

1937

1936

1935

65.1

55.6

58.0

75.8

1934

1933

1932

1931

Line

Gross domestic product
^ss: Exports of goods and services —
Pius: imports of goods and services.,
Equals: Gross domestic purchases1
Less: Change in business inventories
Equals: Final sales to domestic purchasers2




2305

2343

215.6

2205

2253

2562

259.7

264.1

273.4

2403

247.4

2533

2562

-12

-25

21U

2,9

257.1

5.9

2232

203.6

276.3

2.0

2622

7.3

2195

1913

266.1

-4.9

260.4

57

2153

1875

2543

-15

2532

35

2153

.4

2543

-5.3

243.9

1.6

17.6
83

45

2513

2353

19.4
7.7

5.9

2552

10.1

82

8.6

11.8
102

10.5

19.4

57

9.5

10.0

18.3
7.5

2095

9.1

152

13.6
73

7.0

9.6

16.9
9.6

142
2005

2773

11.6

16.0

13.0
1932

2683

12.0

261.6

14.6

2222

15.4
7.0

257.7

14.0
8.9

2665

15.4

2173

6.6

2593

2653

207.7

226.7

15.6
9.4

2583

245.0

199.7

234.1

251.1

.41
254.8

Table 1.5.-Relation of Gross Domestic Product, Gross Domestic Purchases, and Final Sales to Domestic Purchasers: Annual,
1929-58, and Quarterly, 194&-58-Continued
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]

Line
III

III

II

1

IV

III

II

1

IV

54
191

1953

1952

1951

1950

I

IV

11
1

II

IV

1

11
1

tl

IV

Gross domestic product

1

2953

306.7

321.6

329.1

335.8

340.0

3432

343.7

349.6

362.2

369.0

372.4

371.8

366.8

366.3

366.6

3712

379.4

Less: Exports of goods and services
Plus: Imports of goods and services

2
3

122
13.0

13.5
13.7

15.0
14.9

17.0
152

18.0
14.3

18.1
14.0

18.6
15.0

165
14.6

15.1
15.3

152
16.3

15.0
15.8

15.1
16.4

15.7
16.3

15.1
15.5

14.3
14.8

16.3
162

15.8
15.3

16.5
15.5
378.4

4

296.1

3063

3215

3273

332.1

336.0

339.6

341.9

349.8

3633

369.7

373.7

372.5

3672

366.8

366.4

370.7

Less: Change in business inventories

5

43

14.5

10.4

15.0

9.9

4.9

4.9

-1.5

5.6

5.1

3.8

3.4

22

-2.2

-1.9

-3.4

-2.1

-.3

Equals: Final sales to domestic purchasers3 — . . . .

6

2913

2924

311.0

3123

3222

331 J0

334.7

343.4

3442

3582

366.0

370.4

370.3

369.4

368.7

3693

372.8

378.7

1

II

Equals: Gross domestic purchases 1

—

11
1

IV

11
1

IV

til

IV

446.6

4533

449.0

441.6

445.8

459.1

472.3

II

III

II

1

19*>8

1957

1956

1955
Line

IV

I
4443

1

II

1

3923

400.6

4083

4152

417.6

423.1

4273

4365

Less: Exports of goods and services
Plus: Imports of goods and services

2
3

172
162

16.8
17.1

18.1
17.4

18.3
18.1

19.3
18.9

20.8
19.0

21.7
19.3

23.0
18.5

24.8
20.1

24.3
20.3

23.6
19.8

22.9
19.6

20.4
19.5

20.4
20.1

20.5
19.7

20.5
20.6

440.7

4455

458.4

472.7

-42

15

51

449.7

4563

4675

Gross domestic product

«...

Equals: Grass domestic purchases 1

4

3913

400.9

4082

415.1

4172

4213

4253

432.1

4402

442.6

450.0

445.7

Less: Change in business inventories

5

3.7

4.6

42

7.1

6.6

3.7

3.7

2.5

2.3

2.6

3.0

-4.3

Equals: Fnal sales to domestic purchasers 3

6

3873

3963

404.0

408.0

410.6

417.6

4215

429.6

4373

4403

447.0

450.1

444.7

1. Purchases by U.S. residents of goods and services wherever produced.
2. Final sales to U.S. residents of goods and services wherever produced.
Note.—Percent changesfrompreceding period for selected items in this table are shown in table 8.1.

Table 1.6.—Relation of Gross Domestic Product, Gross Domestic Purchases, and Final Sales to Domestic Purchasers in Constant
Dollars: Annual, 1929-58, and Quarterly, 1947-58
[Billions of 1987 dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annua) rates]
Line

1929

1931

1930

1932

1934

1933

1935

1937

1936

1938

1941

1940

1939

1942

1943

Gross domestic product

1

8213

7483

6913

599.7

587.1

6325

6813

7773

8114

7783

840.7

906.0

1,070.6

1284.9

1540.5

Less: Exports of goods and services
Plus: Imports of goods and services

2
3

36.0
34.1

293
30.1

24.7
27.0

19.6
22.0

19.9
22.9

22.3
234

23.9
31.1

25.3
30.4

31.9
33.8

30.7
26.5

32.7
28.1

37.5
29.2

39.1
36.3

26.3
37.4

22.3

Equals: Gross domestic purchases 1

4

8193

749.1

693.7

602.1

5902

633.6

6885

7833

813.3

774.7

836.0

897.7

1,067.8

1,296.1

1,568.6

Less: Change in business inventories

5

10.6

-.8

-7.8

-17.5

-102

-5.8

5.4

10.0

13.6

-5.4

3.0

14.7

27.4

11.3

-.1

Equals: Final sales to domestic purchasers 3

6

8093

7503

7014

619.7

600.4

6394

6832

7723

799.7

780.0

833.1

883.0

1,040.4

1,284.7

1,563.7

—

50.4

Line

1944

1945

1946

1947

1948

1949

1950

1951

1952

1953

1954

1955

1956

1957

1958

1

1,6703

1,602.6

1,272.1

1252.8

1,3003

1,3055

14185

1,558.4

1,6243

1,6855

1,673.8

1,768.3

1,803.6

1,8382

1,829.1

Less: Exports of goods and services
Phis: Imports of goods and services

2
3

24.6
535

323
56.7

66.7
402

79.1
37.1

60.7
44.1

59.9
42.5

53.0
49.7

64.3
532

62.3
59.9

59.5
66.6

622
64.4

67.7

72.9

78.0
792

85.0
83.4

73.7
88.5

1,6265

1,2455

1,2103

1283.4

1,288.1

1,4153

1,5474

1,6225

1,692.6

1,676.1

1,7735

1,8043

1,836.6

1,843.9

28.0

.3

13.7

-9.1

225

30.0

9.6

5.1

-5.6

16.1

12.1

2.1

-2.3

1,217.6

1,210.6

1,269.7

12972

1,3923

1,5173

1,613.0

1,6875

1,681.7

1,757.4

1,792.7

1,8345

1,8462

Gross domestic product

...

Equals: Gross domestic purchases 1

4

1,6993

Less: Change in business inventories

5

-5.6

Equals: Final sales to domestic purchasers 3

6

1,7045

S.7
1,6353

1947

1948

1

ll

III

IV

II

1

1950

1949

Line
III

IV

1

II

III

IV

1

III

II

IV

........

1

1

12395

12472

12553

12695

12843

1,295.7

1,3033

1,3164

1,3053

1,302.0

1,312.6

1,3013

1,350.9

1,3935

14452

2
3

Gross domestic product
Less: Exports of goods and services
Plus: Imports of goods and services

1,484.5

80.1
37.0

82.9
39.0

80.7
35.4

725
372

65.6
41.6

59.1
43.3

60.1
45.9

57.9
45.4

64.8
43.6

64.3
43.1

59.1
41.4

51.3
42.0

50.7
423

51.4
45.1

52.8
55.4

57.1
55.7
1,483.1

4

1,1964

12033

1209.7

1,234.1

12593

1,2803

1,2895

1,3033

1,284.1

1,2803

12943

1,292.7

1,343.0

1,387.3

1,447.7

Less: Change in business inventories

5

-5

-.4

-52

7.1

9.7

142

172

13.5

-.3

-165

-4.7

-14.8

10.8

13.9

15.9

49.4

Equals: Final sales to domestic purchasers 2

6

1,1963

1203.7

12143

1,227.0

12502

12653

12724

1,2904

1284.4

1297.4

1,3322

1,3733

1,4313

1433.7

Equals: Gross domestic purchases

1951

1952

Line

Gross domestic product
Less: Exports of goods and services
Plus: Imports of goods and services
Equals: Gross domestic p u t h a s e s 1
Less: Change in business inventories
Equals: Final sales to domestic purchasers
Seefootnotes)at end of table.




1,299.6

1,307.4

1954

1953

1,504.1

1,5483

1,585.4

1,5963

1,607.7

1,612.1

1,6213

1,657J

1,6873

1,695.3

1,68741

1,6712

1,660.8

1,658.4

59.5
562

65.1
54.7

665
512

66.0
50.7

695
57.1

625
56.6

58.0
60.3

58.7

58.9
68.0

61.4
68.1

59.4
65.4

56.6

65.8

58.4
65.0

61.7

64.6
67.3

1,500.7

1,537.9

1,5702

1,580.7

1,595.0

1,6062

1,6242

1,6643

1,6943

1,7044

1,694.6

1,6772

1,665.9

1,661.1

30.5

45.1

30.3

143

14.7

-5.9

14.5

14.9

11.6

10.7

5.7

-7.8

-52

-9.3

14702

1,492.8

1,539.9

1,5663

1,5802

1,612.1

1,6093

1,6493

1,682.4

1,693.7

1,688.8

1,685.0

1,671.0

1,6704

Table 1 6.—Relation of Gross Domestic Product, Gross Domestic Purchases, and Final Sales to Domestic Purchasers in Constant
Dollars: Annual, 1929-58, and Quarterly, 1947-58-Continued
[Billions of 1987 dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
1958

1956

1955
Line

1,7985

1,7875

1,793.9

1.778.2

1,742.5

Grass domestic product

1,8022

1,826.6

1,836.4

1,8345

1,8512

1530.5

1,790.1

1504.4

1,640.9

83.2
76.8

88.7
835

865
84.0

84.0
82.7

81.0
83.6

72.7
85.8

732
89.5

74,0
87.4

74.6
91.4
1,897.7

Less: Exports of goods and services .
plus: imports of goods and services ..

67.0
68.0

65.3
723

69.3
745

69.4
76.4

72.3
79.1

77.0
79.7

795
81.2

Equals: Gross domestic purchases1

1,7435

1,766.1

1.783.3

1,800.9

1,793.8

1,8012

1,8035

1,8205

1,831.0

1,8325

1,8495

1,833.1

1,803.1

1,820.6

1,854.3

16.8

15.7

20.6

16.5

12.9

102

8.9

4.9

5.3

7.8

-9.6

-13.3

-11.8

3.1

12,8

Less: Change in business inventories

11.3

1,780.3

1,777.4

1,7882

1,793.7

1,811.4

1,8262

1,827.2

1,842.1

1,842.7

1,816.4

1,832.4

1,8512

1,884.9

1,732.2

Equals: Final sales to domestic purchasers 2

1,767.7

1,749.3

1. Purchases by U.S. residents of goods and services wherever produced.
2. Final sales to U.S. residents of goods and services wherever produced.
,
NOTE.—Percent changes from preceding period for selected items in this table are shown tn table 8.1.

Table 1.7.-Gross Domestic Product by Sector: Annual, 1929-58, and Quarterly, 1946-58
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted ai annual ratesl
Une

103.1

Grass domestic product .

955

Business

65.1

555

585

75.8

90.4

725

82.7

905

845

905

81.6

75.1

1255

158 5

1924

113.0

100.0

805

140.4

1635

83.1

685

51.6

492

57.7

$4.5

734

46.9
39.7
7.3
45
2

44.1
375
6.3
4.6
.5

52.6
46.7
5.9
4.7
.4

57.7
515
5.9
7.0
-2

65.7
59.7
6.0
6.4
1.3

73.3
66.9
6.4
82
0

675
61.0
6.8
65
.7

73.3
66.3
7.0
6.3
1.3

822
75.0
72
6.4
1.1

103.6
95.9
7.7
8.9
5

128.3
119.9
8.5
13.0
-.9

150.1
141.1
9.0
15.3
-1.9

1.7

1.8

15

25

25

22

25

2.4

25

25

3.2

15

1.0
1.0

12
1.1

1.0
1.1

1.1
1.1

12
12

12
1.3

15

1.6
1.6

Nonfarm .
Nonfarm less housing .
Housing
Farm
Statistical discrepancy

852
762
9.0
9.7
1.0

76.0
67.3
8.7
7.6
-5

61.7
53.6
82
6,3
.8

Households and institutions .

25

2.7

25

.9
1.0

.9
1.0

4.7

55

6.0

7.6

75

15.2

.9
3.6

1.0
3.7

1.7
3.9

1.8
42

3.5
4.2

35
4.3

10.7
4.5

59.9

51.2

58.0

73.3

82.0

73.6

General government ...
Federal.
Stateand local
Addendum
Gross domestic business product less housing .

211.0
1755

287.0

3315

349.7

370.0

3705

4045

4262

448.6

454.7

297.0

3105

3295

329.7

3605

379.1

3982

4005

2115

2595

213.6
199.7
13.8
18.7
1.0

2385
223.1
15.4
19.9
1.0

271.1
253.7
17.4
22.9
2.9

286.9
267.4
19.6
22.1
1.8

306.9
284.9
22.0
20.1
25

307.8
283.6
242
19.5
2.4

3405
314.4
26.0
18.6
12

3635
335.4
28.1
18.4
-2.8

381.8
351.4
30.4
18.3
-1.9

380.9
348.1
32.9
20.5
-1.1

65

65

72

75

8.1

9.1

95

10.6

115

5.9

2.7
4.3

2.6
4.6

2.7
5.1

2.6
5.5

3.1
6.1

3.3
6.6

3.3
7.3

3.5
8.0

27.7

315

324

33.0

345

372

395

425

18.3
14.7

19.0
15.8

19.6
17.6

20.2
19.6

21.3
21.6

304.1

3325

349.6

366.3

365.8

165.4
155.4
10.1
18.8
.7

4.1

45

214.6
2025
12.4
23.3
-12

189.6
178.6
11.0
20 2
1.8
5.1

55

2.1
2.4

2.4
2.8

2.4
3.2

2.4
3.6

2.6
3.9

22.4

17.6

18.1

20.1

212

325

Federal
Stale and local
Addendum:
Gross domestic business product less housing

355

30.0
5.4

162
62

10.3
75

9.6
8.5

10.7
9.4

11.1
10.1

16.6
112

19,3
12.3

19.1
13.3

163.1

174.0

199.4

223.1

2182

242.7

2782

289.9

306.4

164.8

«...

1948

1947
Une

ill

2222

207.7

2175

1735

1805

1905

III

I

IV

199.7

Gross domestic product

1955

233.3

27.3
4.9

General government

153.8

104.7

2595

1855

2.1
2.0

21.0
4.7

236.7

153.8
144.1
9.7
16.0
3.9

1.9
15

Private households .
Nonprofit institutions

1954

1953

1952

1951

25.6

2605

3.7

Statistical discrepancy
Households and Institutions .

1950

74.6

1.4

2345

157.1
147.7
9.4
155
2.6

Nonfarm ........
.....
Nonfarm less housing .
Housing
Farm.,

1949

1948

1947

2115

173.7

42.3

43.7

1946

213.1

.7

.8
1.0

1.1
1.1

1945

Une
Gross domestic product ........

1.5
1.2
4.6

1.7
1.1

Private households .
Nonprofit institutions .

1945

226.7
2035

230.6
2072

251.1

2585

IV

265.3

266.6

261.6

258.1

2595

257.71

26851

2775

2355

232.1

2335

231.1

2415

2512

2345

245.0

212.7

MA

228.4

2355

241.1

2415

207.6
1955
115
215
-.6

212.7
200.5
122
24.8
-22

217.6
205.0
12.6
242
-.6

220.6
207.7
12.9
22.7
-15

216.6
203.3
13.3
19.4
-.1

212.8
1992
13.7
18.9
.4

214.1
200.1
14.0
18.1
1.6

210.7
196.3
14.4
182
2.2

219.8
205.0
14.8
18.7
3.3

231.3
216.1
152
18.9
1.0

155.0
1452
95
16.7
1.6

Nonfarm less housing ,
Housing
Fami.
Statistical discrepancy
and institutions.

162.4
1525
10.0
175
1.0

169.4
159.3
10.1
20.3
12

174.9
1645
10.3
20.9
-.8

1815
1712
10.5
21.4
.1

187.0
1762
10.8
182
2.0

190.6
1795
11.1
20.0
2.1

198.8
187.4
11.4
21.1
3.0
54

55

6.2

65

65

54

55

5.1

55

45

5.8

4.7

5.7

44

55

45

55

45

25
2.9

2.3
3.0

2.4
32

2.4
3.4

2.3
3.4

2.3
3.5

2.3
3.6

2.3

2.6

3.5

2.6
3.7

25
3.8

165

174

175

1B5

19.1

195

20.1

202

205

20.1

9.3
8.0

9.3
8.3

9.6
8.7

10.0
9.1

10.6
9.2

10.8
9.3

10.6
9.6

10.7
9.7

10.3

22

2.1
25

22
2.5

22
2.4

2.3
25

25
2.9

225

22.6

225

185

182

16.8

2.1
2.4

government
™ Z Z ! ! ! Z I Z

Addendum:
Gfoss domestic business product less housing .




2.1

215

Private households Nonprofit institutions .

Federal .
State and kxai .„..!

1943

1941

1940

1939

1938

1937

1936

1935

1934

1933

1932

1930

1929

16.1
5.8

165
6.0

16.4
6.3

15.8
6.7

11.8
7.0

11.0

12

9.4
7.4

9.0
75

3.7

205
10.3
10.0

Table 1.7.—Gross Domestic Product by Sector: Annual, 1929-58, and Quarterly, 1946-58—Continued
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]

IV

III

1

III

II

1

IV

I

IV

11
1

II

1954

1953

1952

1951

1950
line

IV

III

II

I

II

III

IV

1

295.3

306.7

321.6

329.1

335.8

340.0

3432

343.7

349.6

3622

369.0

3714

371.8

366.8

3663

366.6

3712

379.4

2

2675

2763

2892

295.1

300.0

3035

305.5

305.1

310.3

322.7

329.1

3323

3315

3265

326.1

325.7

3293

3373

Nonfarm
Nonfarm less housing
Housing
Farm
Statistical discrepancy

3
4
5
6
7

2472
2315
15.6
20.1

.1

255.7
239.6
16.1
21.7
-.6

265.0
248.4
166
22.4
1.7

268.6
251.5
17.1
22.9
3.6

272.9
255.3
17.6
22.8
4.3

277.9
259.8
18.2
23.5
2.1

281.0
262.2
18.7
21.9
2.7

281.3
262.1
19.3
22.4
1.4

285.5
265.6
19.9
23.7
1.2

300.0
279.6
20.4
20.6
2.1

306.0
284.9
21.0
20.7
2.4

3095
287.8
21.7
20.2
2.3

309.5
287.3
22.3
19.6
2.4

3015
2795
22.9
19.8
42"

3032
279.7
23.4
20.4
25

304.0
280.0
24.0
192
25

307.3
282.8
24.5
19.6
3.0

316.7
291.7
24.9
18.9
1.7

Households and Institutions

8

65

6.7

6.9

6.9

6.9

7.0

7.1

7.1

7.4

7.4

7.6

7.8

8.0

73

7.8

7.9

8.1

8.7

9
10

2.6
3.8

2.5
4.2

2.7
42

2.6
4.2

2.7
4.2

25
4.5

2.3
4.8

25
4.5

2.9
4.5

2.6
4.7

2.5
5.1

2.7
5.1

2.9
5.1

2.7
5.1

2.5
5.3

2.5
5.4

2.5
5.6

2,8
5.9

General government

11

21.4

23 2

25.4

272

28.9

295

30.7

31.5

31.9

32.1

323

316

323

315

32.4

33.0

332

33.5

Federal
State and local

12
13

11.1
10.3

12.7
10.5

14.7
10.7

16.2
10.9

17.5
11.3

17.8
11.6

18.8
11.8

19.4
12.0

195
12.4

19.4
12.7

19.3
13.0

19.4
13.2

19.0
13.4

18.7
13.7

18.4
14.1

18.5
145

18.3
15.0

18.3
15.2

Gross domestic product
Business

Private households
Nonprofit institutions

Addendum:
Gross domestic business product less housing

14

1958

1957

1956

1955
Line
II

I

III

IV

II

I

IV

11
1

I

III

II

IV

IV

III

II

I

1

400.6

408.9

415.2

417.6

423.1

427.8

4365

444.9

446.6

4533

449.0

441.6

4453

459.1

4713

3493

357.0

3645

370.0

371.9

376.6

380.0

388.1

395.8

3965

4023

397.8

389.1

391.6

4033

416.6

3
4
5
6
7

Nonfarm
Nonfarm less housing
Housing
Farm
Statistical discrepancy

3923

2

Gross domestic product
Business

328.3
302.9
25.4
19.1
2.5

337.1
311.3
25.8
19.0
.9

344.7
318.5
26.3
18.5
1.3

351.8
325.1
26.7
18.0
2

355.4
3282
27.2
17.8
-1.4

361.1
333.3
27.8
18.3
-2.8

364.4
336.1
28.3
18.9
-3.2

373.0
344.1
28.9
18.7
-3.6

380.0
350.5
29.5
17.7
-1.8

3815
351.4
30.1
18.1
-3.1

3852
354.4
30.7
18.6
-1.0

3805
349.2
31.3
18.9
-1.6

371.6
339.7
31.9
20.7
-32

371.9
339.4
316
20.8
-1.1

382.9
349.7
332
20.4
.6

397.3
363.6
33.8
20.0
-.7

8

85

8.9

9.3

9.7

9.6

9.6

10.0

10.2

10.3

105

10.7

10.8

11.1

11.7

11.6

11.7

9
10

2.9
5.7

2.9
6.0

3.1
62

3.4
6.4

3.3
6.3

3.2
6.4

3.3
6.7

3.3
7.0

32
7.1

3.3
72

3.4
7.3

3.4
7.5

3.3
7.8

3.6
8.1

35
8.1

35
8.1

General government

11

33 3

34.8

35.1

355

36.1

363

37.7

382

38.8

39.6

40.3

40.4

415

425

43.6

44.1

Federal
State and local ....

12
13

18.4
15.4

19.1
15.7

192
15.9

19.1
16.4

19.2
16.9

19.5
17.3

19.8
17.9

19.8
18.4

20.1
18.8

20.3
19.3

20.5
19.8

20.0
20.3

20.6
20.8

21.1
21.4

21.8
21.8

21.6
222

Households and institutions
Private households
Nonprofit institutions

Addendum:
Gross domestic business product less housing

14

Table 1.8.—Gross Domestic Product by Sector in Constant Dollars: Annual, 1929-58, and Quarterly, 1947-58
[Billions of 1987 dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
Line
Gross domestic product.

1929

1937

1938

1939

1940

1941

691.3

599.7

587.1

632.6

681.3

7773

811.4

778.9

840.7

9063

1,070.6

630.8

574.7

4873

4723

504.9

5462

6263

6623

623.6

6822

7375

864.1

591.7
554.7
37.0
42.9
-3.8

520.3
483.5
368
47.9
6.5

4382
401.8
36.5
47.4

462.2
425.6
36.6
38.9
3.8

505.9
469.3
36.6
42.1
-13

575.6
539.0
36.5
39.9

618.4
5812
37.1
44.4

2.1

420.0
384.6
35.3
47.4
5.0

2

623.5
584.2
39.3
47.6

10.8

573.4
534.8
38.6
44.6
5.7

11.1

684.0
643.6
40.4
44.3
92

812.4
769.8
42.6
48.1
35

373

35.6

325

31.4

335

34.7

365

38.0

36.8

382

412

41.6

19.1
18.8

17.0
185

14.6
18.0

13.8
17.6

15.7
17.8

16.4
18.3

17.5
19.0

18.4
19.6

16.8
20.0

18.0
20.2

18.9
22.3

17.9
23.7

80.1

81.0

79.4

83.4

94.1

100.4

115.1

110.4

1185

120.3

1272

1643

16.7
59.9

18.1
62.0

172
63.8

16.4
63.0

202
632

26.6
67.5

29.3
71.1

48.7
66.4

42.1
68.3

47.3
71.1

48.2
72.1

54.7
72.6

91.9
73.1

663.1

Private households
Nonprofit institutions

7483

205

Households and institutions

587.5

531.6

445.0

431.0

462.6

620.4

579.7

637.7

185

General government
Federal
State and local .
Addendum:
Gross domestic business product less housing .

816.3

1944

1945

1946

1947

1948

1949

1950

1951

1952

1953

1954

1955

1956

1

1,6703

1,602.6

1,2711

1,252.8

1,300.0

1,3055

1,418.5

1,558.4

1,6243

1,6855

1,6733

1,7683

1,803.6

Line

Households and institutions ,

1936

383

Farm
Statistical discrepancy

Nonfarm
Nonfarm less housing .
Housing
Farm .
Statistical discrepancy .

1933

654.7
617.5
372
442
7.5

Nonfarm
Nonfarm less housing

Business

1932

706.4

Business ...

Gross domestic product....

1930

8213

2

1,1412

1,0911

1,007.7

1,0383

1,0782

1,073.5

1,174.2

1,2605

1,305.0

1,3643

1.356.4

1,447.4

1,475.1

3
4
5
6
7

1,076.7
1,026.0
50.6
47.7
16.8

1,021.7
969.8
51.9
45.6
24.7

9583
905.3
53.5
44.9
4.0

989.0
932.4
56.6
40.9
8.8

1,039.3
979.4
59.8
44.4
-5.5

1,024.7
960.6
64.2
44.1
4.7

1,123.3
1,054.3
69.0
46.4
4.4

12035
1,128.9
74.7
44.4
12.4

1,2515
1,171.6
80.8
44.8
7.6

1,305.1
1,219.1
86.0
472
11.8

1,298.1
1.206.5
91.6
48.3
10.0

1,3932
1,296.1
972
49.3
43

1,437.8
1,335.0
102.8
48.1
-10.7

8

40.7

413

416

46.3

503

525

55.6

57.1

57.7

59.7

613

665

703

Private households .
Nonprofit institutions .

9
10

14.4
26.3

14.3
26.7

13.1
29.4

14.1
32.3

13.8
37.1

13.8
38.7

15.0
40.6

14.8
42.3

13.6
442

13.3
46.4

General government ...

12.6
48.5

14.9
51.8

11

488.1

469.6

221.8

167.7

54.7

171.0

179.4

188.8

2403

2622

261.7

256.4

2542

12
13

419.9
68.2

399.4
702

147.1
74.8

872
80.5

258.1

88.3
82.7

90.8
88.6

972
91.6

1472
93.7

165.4
96.7

160.7
101.0

151.0
105.4

144.1
110.1

141.0
117.1

14

1,035.4

1,035.1

0:9.5

977.2

1,012.9

1,003.4

1,099.0

1,179.4

1217.7

1,271.5

1258.0

1,343.4

1,365.5

Federal
State and local .
Addendum:
Gross domestic business product less housing .




15.6

Table 1.8.—Gross Domestic Product by Sector in Constant Dollars: Annual, 1929-58, and Quarterly, 1947-5&-Continued
[Billions ol 1987 dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
1947

1948

1949

Une
I

1
1

III

IV

1

It

11
1

1950

IV

1

ll

11
1

IV

I

II

til

IV

1

1,2395

12472

1,255.0

1,269.5

1,284.0

1,295.7

1303.8

1316.4

1,3053

1,302.0

1,312.6

1,301.9

1,350.9

1393.5

1,445.2

1,4845

2

1,0225

1,035.7

1,040.6

1,056.3

1,0655

1,077.7

1,0802

1,0892

1,075.8

1,0693

1,0802

1,0682

1,1173

1,156.3

1,202.6

12195

Nonfarm
Nonfarm less housing
Housing
Farm.—
Statistical discrepancy

3
4
5
6
7

979.7
924.2
55.5
42.3
.5

9892
933.0
562
36.7
9.8

982.8
925.9
56.9
47.4
10.4

1,005.0
947.3
57.7
37.3
14.1

1,028.2
969.7
58.5
402
-2.8

1,040.9
981.6
59.3
46.7
-10.0

1,039.2
978.9
603
43.9
-2.8

1,0492
987.9
61.3
46.9
-6.8

1,033.3
970.9
62.4
43.0
-.4

1.025.1
961.6
63.6
43.0
1.8

1,0282
963.5
64.7
44.4
75

1,011.9
946.0
65.9
46.2
10.1

1.054.3
987.2
67.1
48.3
15.4

1,105.4
1,037.0
68.4
46.5
4.5

1,157.3
1,087.7
69.7
44.7
.6

1.176.3
1,105.3
71.0
46.3
-2.8

Households and institutions

8

45.7

45.0

47.1

475

50.6

503

51.5

505

51.3

522

51.7

543

55.7

55 5

543

56.2

9
10

132
325

13.6
31.5

14.8
32.3

14.6
32.9

13.8
36.8

13.8
37.1

14.1
375

13.7
36.9

13.3
38.0

13.4
38.8

13.4
38.3

15.0
39.9

15.3
40.4

14,8
40.6

152
39.7

14.6
41.6

General government

11

1713

1665

1673

165.7

168.0

167.2

172.0

176.6

1782

180.0

180.7

1783

1772

181.7

187.6

208.4

Federal
State and local

12
13

92.8
78.6

86.5
80.0

86.0
81.3

83.6
822

85.9
82.0

85.2
82.0

89.3
82.7

92.7
84.0

92.3
85.9

92.1
87.9

91.0
89.7

87.8
91.1

85.9
91.3

90.3
91.4

96.0
91.6

116.5
91.9

1

II

III

IV

1

II

III

IV

I

II

HI

IV

1

II

11
1

IV

1

1,504.1

1,5483

1,585.4

1,596.0

1,607.7

1,612.1

1,6213

1,6573

1,6873

1,6953

1,6873

1,6712

1,660.8

1,658.4

1,677.7

1,6983

Gross domestic product
Business

Private households
Nonprofit institutions

Addendum:
Gross domestic business product less housing

14

1952

1951

1953

1954

Line

Gross domestic product
Business

2

1,2285

1,2523

1,276.4

1,284.0

1,289.7

1,291.4

1,300.1

1,338.7

1,3653

1,3725

1,3643

1,3523

1,344.7

1,342.7

1,360.7

1,377.4

Nonfarm
Nonfarm less housing
Housing
Farm
Statistical discrepancy

3
4
5
6
7

1,179.3
1,106.9
72.4
41.8
7.4

1,193.8
1,119.9
73.9
43.9
15.2

1,211.4
1,135.9
75.5
46.8
18.2

1,230.0
1,152.9
77.1
45.2
8.9

1234.8
1,156.1
78.7
43.7
112

1241.1
1,160.9
802
44.6
5.7

1247.8
1,1662
81.6
47.3
5.0

12862
1203.4
82.9
43.9
8.5

1,308.5
1.224.5
84.1
472
10.1

1,315.0
1,229.7
85.3
48.0
9.6

1,308.8
1222.2
86.6
462
9.9

1,288.0
1200.0
68.0
47.3
17.5

1.286.0
1,196.5
89.4
485
10.3

1,285.0
1,194.1
90.9
47.4
10.3

1299.7
1207.3
92.4
48.6
12.4

1,321.8
1,228.0
93.8
48.8
63

Households and Institutions

8

57.8

57.0

56.4

57.0

58.0

573

57.9

57.6

59.4

60.4

604

583

59.0

59.7

60.7

64.7

9
10

15.6
422

14.8
422

15.0
41.5

13.6
43.4

122
45.8

13.8
435

14.9
43.0

13.4
44.3

12.5
46.8

135
46.8

14.0
46.3

13.2
45.7

12.1
46.9

12.1
47.6

12.3
48.4

13,7
51.0

General government

11

217.7

238.3

252.6

254.9

260.0

263.3

2633

2615

2622

262.4

262.7

259.6

257.1

256.0

256.3

256.2

Federal
State and local

12
13

1252
92.5

145.0
93.3

158.5
94.1

159.9
95.0

164.4
95.6

167.1
962

166.9
97.1

163.3
98.1

163.0
99.2

162.1
100.3

161.1
101.7

156.7
102.8

153.3
103.8

151.3
104.7

150.5
105.8

149.1
107.1

IV

til

IV

Private households
Nonprofit institutions

L.1L..1..!"..

Addendum:
Gross domestic business product less housing

14

1

III

I

II

1

II

11
1

IV

1

II

III

IV

1

1,758.6

1,7782

1,793.9

1,787.0

1,798.5

1,8022

1,826.6

1,836.4

1,8343

1,8512

1,830.5

1,790.1

1,804.4

1,840.9

1,8803

1,4245

1,440.7

1,456.6

1,467.8

1,462.3

1,472.7

1,472.0

1,493.6

1502.1

1,498.7

1,512.7

1,495.4

1,4543

1,463.6

1,497.4

1536.1

3
4
5
6
7

Nonfarm
Nonfarm less housing
Housing
Farm
Statistical discrepancy ....

1,7425

2

Gross domestic product
Business

1,366.4
1,2712
952
47.9
102

1,387.8
1291.3
96.5
49.4
3.5

1,401.1
1,303.3
97.8
50.3
5.2

1.417.5
1,318.4
99.1
49.5
.8

1,420.7
1,3202
100.5
47.0
-5.4

1,435.8
1,333.9
101.9
47.9
-11.0

1,436.4
1,332.9
103.5
48.1
-12.6

1,458.1
1,352.9
105.1
49.5
-14.0

1,463.4
1,356.5
106.9
45.7
-6.9

1,464.9
1,356.3
108.6
45.3
-11.5

1,470.4
1,360.1
110.3
46.1
-3.8

1,453.2
1,341.2
112.0
48.2
-6.0

1,418.7
1,305.1
113.6
47.5
-12.1

1,4202
1,305.0
115.2
47.3
-4.0

1,449.0
1,332.3
116.8
462
2.1

1,493.3
1.374.9
118.4
45.4
-2.6

8

government
:

Addendum:
Gross domestic business product less housing




653

67.7

70.8

693

693

70.8

713

72.4

72.6

723

72.6

743

77.7

763

76.6

142
48.6

14.0
51.3

15.1
52.6

163
54.5

15.9
53.4

15.4
53.9

15.6
552

15.3
56.5

15.0
57.4

15.3
57.3

15.6
57.3

15.2
57.5

14.7
60.2

162
61.5

16.0
60.9

15.6
61.0

11

Private households
Nonprofit institutions

62.7

g
10

Households and Institutions

Federal
State and local

II

1958

1957

1956

1955
Line

2552

252.6

2533

2552

255.5

256.5

2593

2613

2613

2635

265.6

262.4

2612

263.1

266.6

268.2

12
13

147.3
107.9

143.6
109.0

143.0
110.8

142.6
112.7

141.7
113.7

140.2
116.3

141.0
118.3

141.2
120.1

140.9
120.9

141.2
122.3

141.3
124.3

136.1
126.3

1335
127.7

133.1
130.1

134.4
132.2

1342
134.0

14

Table 1.9.—Relation of Gross Domestic Product, Gross National Product, Net National Product, National Income, and Personal
Income: Annual, 1929-58, and Quarterly, 1946-58
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
Line

1929

1932

1931

1930

1934

1933

1938

1937

1936

1935

1941

1940

1939

1942

100.0

125.0

1585

58.0

55.6

65.1

72.3

82.7

903

843

90.8

.5

.4

.4

5

.6

.7

.6

.7

.6

.7

.7

.3

.2

.1

2

2

.3

.3

2

.3

2

2

.2

91.1

763

583

553

65.4

72.7

83.0

912

853

913

100.4

1255

1593

9.7
7.5
-22

9.1
7.5
-1.6

7.9
7.1
-.9

7.6
6.7
-.9

7.9
6.6
-1.4

7.9
6.6
-1.3

8.0
6.7
-1.3

8.9
6.8
-2.1

9.1
6.9
-22

9.0
7.0
-2.0

9.4
-22

102
7.9
-13

112
9.0
-22

Gross domestic product

1

103.1

90.4

Plus: Receipts of factor income from the rest of the
world'.
Less: Payments of factor income to the rest of the
world*.

2

1.1

1.0

3

.4

.3

Equals: Gross national product

4

103.9

Less: Consumption of fixed capital
Capital consumption allowances
Less: Capital consumption adjustment ....

5
6
7

9.9
7.4
-2.5

75.8

72

Equals: Net national product

8

94.0

81.3

672

50.4

48.3

575

643

753

813

762

822

913

1153

1473

Less: Indirect business tax and nontax liability
Business transfer payments
Statistical discrepancy
Plus: Subsidies less current surplus of government
enterprises.

9
10
11
12

7.1
.4
1.0
-2

72
.4
-5
-.1

6.9
.4
.8
-1

6.8
.5
2
-.1

7.1
.4
.5
0

7.8
.4
.4
.2

8.2
.4
-.2
.3

8.7
.4
1.3
0

92
.4
0
0

92
.3
.7
2

9.4
.3
1.3
.5

10.1
.3
1.1
.4

11.4
.3
.5
0

11.9
.4
-.9
.1

Equals: National Income

13

853

74.1

59.0

423

402

49.0

56.7

64.6

717

662

715

79.9

103.1

1365

Less: Corporate profits with inventory valuation and
capital consitfnption adjustments.
Net interest
Contributions for social insurance
Wage accruals less disbursements
Plus: Personal interest income
Personal dividend income
Government transfer payments to persons .
Business transfer payments to persons

14

102

6.9

2.4

-.7

-.7

1.9

3.4

5.6

6.4

4.3

5.9

92

14.8

20.1

15
16
17
18
19
20
21

4.6
.3
0
6.8
5.8
.9
.4

4.8
.3
0
6.3
5.5
1.0
.4

4.8
.3
0
6.3
4.1
2.1
.4

4.4
.3
0
5.9
25
1.4
5

3.9
.3
0
5.4
2.0
1.5
.4

3.9
.3
0
55
2.6
1.6
.4

3.9
.4
0
5.4
2.8
1.8
.4

3.7
.7
0
52
4.5
2.9
.4

3.6
1.9
0
5.4
4.7
1.9
.4

3.5
2.0
0
52
32
2.4
.3

35
22
0
52
3.8
25
.3

32
2.4
0
5.2
4.0
2.7
.3

32
2.8
0
5.3
4.4
2.6
.3

3.1
3.5
0
5.1
4.3
2.7
.4

Equals: Personal Income

22

842

753

64.4

49.1

46.0

523

595

67.8

732

675

713

77.4

94.9

1213

Addenda:
Net domestic product (1-5)
Domestic income (13-2+3)
Gross national income (4-11)

23
24
25

932
84.6
102.9

80.6
73.4
91.6

66.7
58.5
75.5

50.0
42.5
58.1

48.0
39.9
55.4

572
48.7
64.9

64.5
56.4
72.9

74.7
64.3
81.7

81.9
72.3
91.2

75.8
65.8
84.6

81.8
712
89.9

90.7
79.6
99.3

114.8
102.7
125.1

147.3
136.1
159.9

Gross domestic product

1

2113

213.1

2113

2343

2603

2593

287.0

331.6

349.7

3703

370.9

4043

4262

448.6

454.7

Plus: Receipts of factor income from the rest of the
uhvIH 1
wona .
Less: Payments of factor income to the rest of the
world*

2

.8

.8

1.1

1.6

2.0

1.9

2.2

2.8

2.9

2.9

3.1

35

4.0

4.3

3.9

3

.3

.4

.4

.4

.5

.6

.7

.8

.8

.9

.9

1.0

1.1

1.2

12

Line

1944

1945

1947

1946

1949

1948

1951

1950

1952

1954

1953

1955

1956

1957

195S

Equals: Gross national product

4

2115

2135

2116

2355

2613

260.7

2885

3335

3513

3710

373.1

4063

429.1

4513

4575

Less: Consumption of fixed capital
Capital consumption allowances
Less: Capital consumption adjustment

5
6
7

11.9
10.4
-1.6

12.4
10.8
-15

142
9.5
-4.7

17.6
11.6
-6.0

20.4
13.7
-6.7

21.9
15.7
-62

23.6
17.4
-62

27.1
20.0
-7.1

29.1
22.1
-7.0

30.9
24.7
-62

32.4
27.1
-5.3

34.4
30.3
-4.1

38.1
33.1
-5.0

41.1
35.9
-52

42.7
375
-5.1

Equals: Net national product

8

1995

201.1

198.4

217.9

241.4

238.7

2643

3065

3217

341.1

340.6

3714

391.1

410.7

4143

Less: Indirect business tax and nontax liability
Business transfer payments
Statistical discrepancy
Plus: Subsidies less current surplus of government
enterprises.

9
10
11
12

142
.4
2.6
.6

15.6
.5
3.9
.7

172
.4
.7
3

18.6
.4
1.8
-2

20.3
.4
-1.2
-2

21.5
.4
1.0
-2

23.5
5
1.0
.1

25.3
.7
2.9
2

273
.8
1.8
-2

29.8
.9
2.8
-5

29.7
.8
2.4
-.8

32.3
.9
12
-1.0

35.1
1.0
-2.8
-5

37.6
1.1
-1.9
-2

38.7
1.1
-1.1
0

Equals: National Income

13

1823

181.8

1803

1963

2213

2155

240.0

277.7

292.1

3073

307.0

337.1

3572

373.7

378.0

Less: Corporate profits with inventory valuation and
capital consumption adjustments.
Net interest
Contributions for social insurance
Wage accruals less disbursements
Plus: Personal interest income
Personal dividend income
Government transfer payments to persons
Business transfer payments to persons

14

24.4

19.8

172

23.1

30.5

28.4

352

40.2

38.0

38.1

372

47.7

46.4

46.0

412

15
16
17
18
19
20
21

13
52
-2
5.1
4.6
3.1
.4

2.1
6.3
0
5.8
4.7
5.6
5

1.8
7.7
0
6.6
5.6
10.8
.4

2.4
6.7
0
75
6.3
112
.4

14
6.0
0
8.1
7.0
10.6
.4

2.7
65
0
8.8
72
11.7
.4

3.0
7.4
0
9.7
8.8
14.4
5

35
8.8
.1
105
8.6
11.6
.7

3.8
9.3
0
112
8.6
122
.8

4.5
95
117
8.9
13.1
.9

5.4
105
0
13.9
9.3
15.3
.8

6.1
110
0
15.3
10.6
16.4
.9

6.8
13.5
0
17.0
11.4
175
1.0

7.9
155
0
19.0
11.8
20.3
1.1

9.7
153
0
205
11.6
24.7
1.1

Equals: Personal Income

22

164.4

170.0

177.7

190.1

209.0

206.1

227.8

2565

273.7

290.4

293.0

3145

3375

3565

3672

Addenda:
Net domestic product (1-5)
Domestic income (13-2*3)
Gross national income (4-11)

23
24
25

199.1
182.4
208.9

200.8
181.4
209.6

197.7
180.2
211.9

216.7
195.7
233.7

239.9
220.3
263.1

237.4
2142
259.6

263.4
238.5
287.6

304.5
275.7
330.7

3205
290.0
350.0

339.1
305.0
369.1

3385
304.8
370.7

369.9
3345
4055

3882
354.4
431.9

4075
3705
453.6

4110
3732
4585

See footnote(s) at end of table.




Table 1.9.—Relation of Gross Domestic Product, Gross National Product, Net National Product, National Income, and Personal
Income: Annual, 1929-58, and Quarterly, 1946-58-Continued
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annua) rates)
1946

1947

1948

Line
1

II

III

IV

Gross domestic product

1

199.7

207.7

2173

Plus: Receipts of factor income from the rest of the
world'.
Less: Payments of factor income to the rest of the
world*.

2

1.0

1.0

1.1

3

.3

.4

.4

Equals: Gross national product

4

2003

208.4

Less; Consumption of fixed capital
Capital consumption allowances
Less: Capital consumption adjustment .

5
6
7

12.6
9.1
-35

1

II

III

IV

i

1949
III

II

IV

1

1950
III

II

IV

I

II

226.7

2305

2343

245.0

251.1

2583

2653

2665

261.6

258.1

2593

257.7

2683

277.9

12

1.4

1.6

1.6

1.8

1.9

2.0

2.1

2.0

2.1

2.0

1.9

1.8

1.9

2.0

.4

.4

.4

.4

5

.5

5

.6

5

.6

.6

.6

.6

.6

.7

218.6

2233

227.8

231.7

236.1

2463

2525

259.9

2663

268.1

2634

2595

2612

2583

269.6

2793

13.7
9.3
-4.4

14.8
9.6
-52

15.8
10.0
-5.8

16.7
10.5
-62

17.3
11.4
-5.9

17.8
11.9
-5.9

185
12.5
-6.0

192
13.0
-62

19.9
13.4
-6.5

21.0
13.9
-7.0

215
145
-7.0

21.6
15.1
-65

22.0
15.5
-65

22.0
15.9
-6.1

22.2
16.3
-5.9

22.5
16.8
-5.6

23.0
17.1
-5.9

Equals: Net national product

8

187.7

1943

203.8

2073

211.1

214.4

2183

227.8

233.4

240.0

2453

246.6

241.4

2375

239.2

236.7

247.1

2562

Less: Indirect business tax and nontax liability .
Business transfer payments
Statistical discrepancy ..
Plus: Subsidies less current surplus of government
enterprises.

9
10
11
12

16.5
.4
1.6
1.7

17.0
.4
1.0
1.3

17.6
.4
12
2

17.8
.4
-.8
.1

18.1
.4
.1
-.1

18.2
.4
2.0
-.2

18.5
.4
2.1
-2

19.5
.4
3.0
-.3

19.5
.4
-.6
-.3

202
.4
-22
-.4

20.6
.4
-.6
-.1

20.8
5
-1.5
.1

20.9
.4
-.1
-.1

21.4
.4
.4
-.3

21.8
.4
1.6
-.2

21.8
.4
22
-2

22.1
.5
3.3
0

23.0
.5
1.0
.1

Equals: National Income

13

1703

177.7

184.9

190.0

192.4

193.7

1963

2045

213.8

221.1

2254

2273

2204

2154

215.1

212.1

221.2

231.8

Less: Corporate profits with inventory valuation and
capital consumption adjustments.
Net interest
Contributions for social insurance
Wage accruals less disbursements
Plus: Personal interest income .
Personal dividend income
Government transfer payments to persons ..
Business transfer payments to persons

14

14.3

16.9

17.7

20.1

19.8

23.5

23.7

25.4

29.4

31.0

30.1

31.7

30.4

28.0

293

26.0

29.5

33.1

15
16
17
18
19
20
21

1.7
7.7
.8
6.3
5.1
11.8
.4

1.8
82
-.9
6.6
5.5
11.0
.4

1.8
7.9
0
6.8
5.7
10.6
.4

1.9
7.1
0
6.9
6.1
9.9
.4

2.4
7.5
0
7.5
6.0
10.1
.4

2.4
7.1
0
7.6
6.3
9.9
.4

2.4
6.3
0
7.6
6.5
13.8
.4

2.3
6.0
0
7.7
6.5
10.9
.4

2.5
6.1
.1
8.0
7.0
11.0
.4

2.4
5.9
.1
8.1
6.7
10.8
.4

2.4
6.0
-.2
8.1
7.1
105
.4

2.4
6.0
.1
82
7.3
10.2
.5

2.6
6.8
.1
85
7.2
11.0
.4

27
6.7
-.3
8.7
72
11.6
.4

2.7
6.5
0
8.8
7.1
12.1

2.7
6.3
0
9.0
7.4
12.4
.4

2.9
72
0
9.3
8.3
20.7
.5

3.0
7.2
0
9.6
8.4
142
5

Equals: Personal Income

22

170.1

1752

181.0

1843

186.7

184.9

1923

1962

2022

207.6

213.1

213.1

2072

2053

2052

2063

220.4

221.2

Addenda:
Net domestic product (1-5) ....
Domestic income (13-2+3)
Gross national income (4-11).

23
24
25

187.1
170.3
198.7

194.1
177.0
2075

203.1
184.2
217.5

206.4
189.1
223.8

210.0
191.4
227.7

213.3
192.6
229.8

217.1
195.8
233.9

226.5
203.3
243.3

231.9
212.3
2532

238.4
219.6
262.1

244.3
223.8
267.4

245.1
225.5
269.6

240.0
218.6
263.1

236.1
213.6
259.1

237.9
213.8
259.6

2355
210.9
256.7

245.8
2193
266.3

254.9
230.5
278.3

371.8

3663

3663

366.6

2.8

2.8

3.0

3.0

.9

.9

.9

1950
III
Gross domestic product

1952

1951

I

IV

I

IV

IV

III

II

3405

3432

343.7

349.6

362.2

369.0

372.4

3.0

2.8

2.9

2.9

2.9

2.8

3.0

.8

.7

.8

.8

295.3

Equals: Gross national product
less: Consumption of fixed capital
Capital consumption allowances
less: Capital consumption adjustment ....
Equals: Net national product
Less: Indirect business tax and nontax liability
Business transfer payments
Statistical discrepancy
Plus: Subsidies less current surplus of government
enterprises.
Equals: National income
Less: Corporate profits with inventory valuation and
capital consumption adjustments.
Net interest
Contributions for social insurance
Wage accruals less disbursements
rius: Personal interest income
Personal dividend income
Government transfer payments to persons ..
Business transfer payments to persons

306.7

321.6

329.1

2.4

2.4

2.4

2.8

2.9

.7

.7

.8

296.9

308.4

323.2

331.1

3373

3423

345.3

3453

351.7

3642

3713

3745

373.7

368.7

368.4

368.7

24.0
17.7
-6.3

25.0
18.1
-6.8

26.3
18.9
-7.4

26.9
19.7
-72

27.4
20.4
-7.0

28.0
21.1
-5.9

28.5
21.4
-7.0

29.0
21.9
-72

29.2
22.3
-6.9

29.8
22.9
-6.9

30.1
23.5
-6.7

307
24.3
-6.4

31.3
25.1
-62

31.4
25.9
-5.5

31.8
26.2
-5.6

32.2
26.8
-5.5

272.9

283.4

296.9

3042

3105

3143

3163

316.8

3225

334.4

3403

3433

3424

3373

336.6

3365

24.9
.5
.1

25.7
.6
1.7
.3

24.7

25.1
.7
4.3

0

26.0
.7
2.1
.1

26.7
.7
2.7
-.1

27.6
3
I.4
-2

28.0

0

24.0
.6
-.6
.3

29.9
.9
2.3
-.6

30.0
.9
2.4
-.4

29.9
.9
42
-3

29.4
.8
25
-1.0

29.6
.7
2.5
-.5

247.3

Plus: Receipts of factor income from the rest of the
world1.
less: Payments of factor income to the rest of the
world*

335.8

259.8

2692

275.6

290.4

2855

37.6

40.7

39.5

402

415

38.8

3.0
7.5

3.1
7.9
.1

3.5
8.8
-.1
10.4
8.7
11.7
.6

3.6
8.8
.8

3.6
9.0

3.7
9.3

10.6

10.7
8.8
11.8
.7

10.8
8.2
11.6
.7

11.0

8.6
11.8
.7

.6
3.6
.3

.8

.8

28.8
5

12

21

-2

-.4

29.4
.9
2.4
-.3

286.9

2923

302.4

3073

3102

365

363

41.1

40.2

39.1

321

34.4

35.7

3.8
92
.1

4.0
9.5
0
11.7
8.8
12.8
3

4.3
9.6
0
121
8.4
12.8
.9

4.4
9.7

8.7
II.8
.8

3.9
9.3
-.3
11.3
8.6
12.6
.8

12.5
92
12.9
.9

4.5
9.5
-.1
12.7
9.0
13.1
3

4.9
9.4
-.1
13.3
8.9
13.6
.9

5.1
10.5
0
13.6
9.4
14.4
.8

5.3
10.5
0
138
8.9
15.1
.7

301.4

3032

Addenda:
Net domestic product (1-5)
Domestic income (13-2+3)
Gross national income

(4-11)

See footnote(s) at end of table.




.5

.6

229.9

Equals: Personal income

3.3
8.7
2
10.3
8.4
11.4
.6

239.6

243.2

2552

258.7

264.1

266.1

269.6

2765

2825

287.1

2913

291.6

2915

291.1

2902

2712
245.6
296.8

281.7
258.1
309.0

295.3
267.6
321.4

302.3
273.6
327.5

308.4
278.3
333.6

312.0
283.4
3402

314.7
2845
342.7

3 47
1.
284.8
344.5

320.4
2902
3505

332.4
300.3
3622

338.8
305.8
368.5

341.7
308.0
3722

340.5
306.8
371.3

335.3
2995
3645

334.6
300.8
365.9

301.1
3662

0

9.9
92

112

10.0
9.6

1t.4

-.6

.1

-.1

3 44
3.

Table 1.9.—Relation of Gross Domestic Product, Gross National Product, Net National Product, National Income, and Personal
Income: Annual, 1929-58, and Quarterly, 1946-58—Continued
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]

IV

III

1
1

I

1
1

1

1958

1957

1956

1955
Line

IV

III

I

IV

III

II

I

II

III

IV

Gross domestic product

1

3925

400.6

408.9

4152

417.6

423.1

4275

4365

4445

446.6

4535

4495

4415

445.8

459.1

4725

Plus: Receipts of factor income from the rest of the

2

3.4

3.5

3.6

3.7

4.0

4.0

4.1

3.8

4.3

4.6

45

3.8

3.9

3.9

3.9

4.0

3

.9

1.0

1.0

1.0

1.1

1.0

1.1

1.1

1.1

1.1

12

12

12

1.1

12

1.3

Equals: Gross national product

4

3945

403.1

411.4

4175

4205

4265

4305

4392

448.1

450.1

4572

451.7

444.4

448.6

4615

4754

Less: Consumption of fixed capita]
Capital consumption allowances
Less: Capital consumption adjustment

5
6
7

33.4
28.9
-4.4

33.9
29.7
-42

34.7
31.1
-3.6

35.5
31.6
-4.0

36.7
325
-4.3

37.6
32.8
-4.7

38.6
332
-5.4

39.3
33.7
-5.5

40.3
34.6
-5.7

40.8
355
-5.3

41.4
36.4
-5.0

41.9
37.1
-4.8

41.8
37.3
-45

42.5
372
-5.3

43.0
37.7
-5.3

43.5
38.3
-52

Less: Payments of factor income to the rest of the
world*.

Equals: Net national product

8

3615

3692

376.7

3825

3835

3885

3922

3995

4075

4095

4155

409.7

4025

406.1

418.8

4315

Less: Indirect business tax and nontax liability
Business transfer payments
Statistical discrepancy
Plus: Subsidies less current surplus of government
enterprises.

9
10
11
12

31.1
5
2.5
-.9

32.0
.9
.9
-.8

32.7
.9
1.3
-1.1

33.3
1.0
2
-1.0

33.9
1.0
-1.4
-.9

345
1.0
-2.8
-.7

355
1.0
-32
-.3

36.6
1.0
-3.6
-.1

37.1
1.0
-1.8
0

375
1.1
-3.1
-.1

38.0
1.1
-1.0
-.3

37.7
1.1
-1.6
-.4

37.8
1.1
-32
-.3

38.3
1.1
-1.1
-.1

38.8
1.1
.6
.1

40.0
1.1
-.7
2

Equals: National Income

13

326.2

334.6

340.6

346.9

349.4

3552

358.6

3655

3715

373.7

3775

372.1

3665

367.6

378.4

391.4

Less: Corporate profits with inventory valuation and
capital consumption adjustments.
Net interest
Contributions for social insurance
Wage accruals less disbursements
Plus: Personal interest income
Personal dividend income
Government transfer payments to persons
Business transfer payments to persons

14

46.2

47.4

47.9

49.0

46.7

46.7

45.7

465

47.9

46.9

465

42.7

37.3

37.9

41.9

47.7

15
16
17
18
19
20
21

5.9
11.6
.1
14.6
10.1
16.1
.8

6.1
11.8
.5
15.0
10.2
16.4
.9

6.3
12.3
-.6
15.6
10.9
16.5
.9

6.2
12.4
0
15.9
11.0
16.6
1.0

6.5
13.0
0
16.3
11.3
17.1
1.0

6.8
13.3
0
16.9
11.3
17.3
1.0

6.9
13.7
0
172
11.3
17.8
1.0

6.8
14.0
0
17.7
11.8
18.1
1.0

75
15.3
0
182
11.7
19.0
1.0

7.8
15.4
0
18.8
11.9
202
1.1

82
15.7
0
19.4
12.0
205
1.1

82
15.6
0
19.8
11.7
21.8
1.1

9.0
15.6
.6
20.0
11.6
232
1.1

95
15.7
.6
20.2
11.7
25.1
1.1

9.9
162
-1.3
20.9
11.7
255
1.1

10.3
162
0
21.5
11.4
25.1
1.1

Equals: Personal Income

22

3045

311.3

318.6

323.9

328.7

335.0

3395

3465

3505

3555

360.1

3605

3595

362.0

370.7

376.3

Addenda:
Net domestic product (1-5)
Domestic income (13-2+3)
Gross national income (4-11)

23
24
25

358.9
323.7
392.3

366.7
332.1
402.3

374.1
338.0
410.1

379.7
3442
417.6

380.8
346.4
421.9

385.5
3522
428.8

3892
355.6
434.0

3972
3632
442.8

404.6
368.4
449.9

405.8
3702
453.1

412.5
3742
458.2

407.1
369.5
453.3

399.8
363.8
447.6

403.3
364.8
449.7

416.1
375.6
461.3

428.9
388.7
475.7

1. Consists largely of receipts by U.S. residants of interest and dividends and reinvested earnings of foreign affiliates of U.S. corporations.

2. Consists largely of payments to foreign residents of interest and dividends and reinvested earnings of U.S.
affiliates of foreign corporations.

Table 1.10.—Relation of Gross Domestic Product, Gross National Product, Net National Product, and National Income in Constant
Dollars: Annual, 1929-58, and Quarterly, 1947-58
[Billions of 1987 dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
Une

1929

1930

1931

1932

1933

1934

1935

1936

1937

1938

1939

1941

1942

1943

1,0705

1,2845

1,5405

6.2

5.7

5.6

2.4

22

25

1,074.4

12884

1,543.6

97.1

97.7

96.3

8132

9775

1,190.7

1,4475

57.6

622

56.7

53.6

1940

Gross domestic product

1

8215

7485

6915

599.7

587.1

632.6

681.3

7775

8114

7785

840.7

9065

Plus: Receipts of factor income from the rest of the
world1.
Less: Payments of factor income to the rest of the
world*.

2

8.9

8.4

6.8

5.3

4.5

4.1

4.8

52

6.4

5.8

62

5.5

3

3.3

3.1

2.6

2.0

1.7

1.8

2.0

3.1

32

2.4

2.7

2.6

Equals: Gross national product

4

827.4

7542

6955

603.0

5895

6345

684.1

7805

8145

7822

8442

9085

Less: Consumption of fixed capital

5

97.6

99.7

100.1

99.3

97.3

95.9

94.7

94.4

945

95.3

95.0

955

Equals: Net national product

6

7295

6545

595.4

503.7

4925

5385

589.4

685.7

719.6

6865

7492

Less: Indirect business tax and nontax liability plus
business transfer payments less subsidies plus
current surplus of government enterprises.
Statistical discrepancy

7

46.0

42.7

41.1

37.2

38.8

41.1

45.1

49.6

53.0

50.8

535

8

75

-35

6.5

2.1

5.0

3.8

-15

10.8

2

5.7

11.1

92

3.6

-65

-12.4

Equals: National income

9

676.4

615.6

5475

464.4

4485

494.0

546.0

6255

666.4

6305

684.6

7465

9115

1,140.6

1,406.1

Addenda:
Net domestic product (1-5)
Domestic income (9-2+3)
Gross national income (4-8)

10
11
12

724.3
670.8
820.0

6492
610.3
758.0

5912
543.6
689.1

500.4
461.1
600.9

489.8
446.0
584.9

536.7
491.7
631.0

586.6
543.3
685.8

683.5
623.1
769.2

716.5
663.3
814.3

683.6
627.1
776.6

745.7
681.2
833.1

810.4
743.7
899.6

973.5
907.7
1,070.8

1,1872
1,137.1
1,294.9

1,444.1
1,403.0
1,556.0

See footnote(s) at end of table.




Table 1.10.—Relation of Gross Domestic Product, Gross National Product, Net National Product, and National Income in Constant
Dollars: Annual, 1929-58, and Quarterly, 1947-58—Continued
[Billions of 1987 dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]

4.4

4.8

5.0

1,6343

1,6942

1,6833

1,779.0

1,815.5

131.1

136.7

142.4

148.1

154.3

1.442.0

1,503.2

1,557.6

1540.9

1.631.0

1,661.2

99.4

104.4

109.9

1132

122.1

127.5

1,3055

1,4185

1,558.4

1,6243

1,6855

10.1

9.8

10.8

13.0

13.4

13.1

2.7

3.0

3.4

3.7

4.0

4.0

1.276.0

1,258.5

1,307.0

1,311.8

1,425.6

1,567.4

98.8

103.1

108.7

114.2

119.5

125.4

1,509.1

1,1772

1,155.5

1,198.3

1.197.6

1,306.0

59.6

73.1

77.8

81.9

852

93.1

1,272.1

1,252.8

5.7

6.5

8.5

3.3

2.6

1,6053
95.9

1,5773
54.5

Less: Indirect business tax and nontax liability plus
business transfer payments less subsidies plus
current surplus of government enterprises.
Statistical discrepancy

16.9

4.3

1,300.0

1,602.6

95.3

Equals: Net national product

1,803.6

15.5

1953

1,673.3

Equals: Gross national product

1,768.3

13.9

1952

1947

28

Less: Consumption of fixed capital

1,6733

1951

1946

Plus: Receipts of factor income from the rest of the
world1.
Less: Payments of factor income to the rest of the
world*

1956

1950

1945

6.0

Gross domestic product

1955

1949

1944
1,670.0

Line

16.8

24.7

4.0

-5.5

4.7

4.4

12.4

7.6

11.8

10.0

4.9

-10.7

Equals: National Income

1,506.6

1,4243

1,100.0

1,0683

1,1213

1.107.7

1,208.5

1.330.1

1,3912

1,4353

1,417.7

1504.0

1.544.4

Addenda:
Net domestic product (1-5)
Domestic income (9-2+3)
Gross national income (4-8)

1,574.7
1.503.3
1.656.4

1,506.7
1,422.4
1,580.3

1,173.3
1.096.1
1272.0

1,149.7
1,063.1
1,249.7

1,191.2
1,114.9
1,312.6

1.191.3
1.101.4
1,307.1

1299.0
1201.5
1,421.2

1.433.1
1.321.2
1,5543

1,493.8
1,381.8
1,626.7

1,548.8
1,427.1
1,682.5

1,531.4
1.408.3
1,673.3

1,620.2
1,493.2
1.774.1

1,649.3
1.532.5
1,826.2

I

IV

III

II

II

I

1950

1949

1948

1947
Line

III

IV

1

IV

III

li

II

1

III

IV

Gross domestic product

1

1,2395

1,2472

1,255.0

1269.5

1,284.0

1295.7

1,3033

1,3164

1,3053

1,302.0

13126

13013

13503

13935

1,4452

1,4845

Plus: Receipts of factor income from the rest of the
world1.
Less: Payments of factor income to the rest of the
world*.

2

73

8.4

8.4

92

9.8

10.1

10.4

10.1

10.2

9.9

9.8

9.1

9.7

10.2

11.6

11.6

3

2.5

2.6

2.7

3.1

2.9

2.9

3.3

2.9

3.4

3.3

3.4

3.5

3.6

3.7

3.8

33
1,4923

Equals: Gross national product

4

1,2443

1252.9

1260.7

1275.6

1,2903

1,3023

1,3103

1,3235

1,312.1

1,308.6

1,318.9

1,307.6

13573

1,400.1

1,453.0

Less: Consumption of fixed capital

5

101.4

102.4

103.5

104.9

106.4

108.0

109.5

110.9

112.3

1135

114.8

116.1

117.4

118.8

120.2

121.7

Equals: Net national product

6

1,1435

1,150.6

1,1572

1,170.7

1,184.4

1,1943

1,201.4

1,212.5

1,1993

1,195.1

1,204.1

1,1915

1239.6

1,2813

1,332.7

1,370.6

Less: Indirect business tax and nontax liability plus
business transfer payments less subsidies plus
current surplus of government enterprises.
Statistical discrepancy

7

76.0

782

77.3

79.7

81.0

81.3

82.3

83.0

83.2

84.5

85.9

87.3

882

91.3

97.1

95.8

8

.5

93

10.4

14.1

-2.8

-10.0

-2.8

-6.8

-.4

1.8

7.5

10.1

15.4

4.5

.6

-2.8

1,123.6

1,1213

1,1364

1,117.0

1,1083

1,110.7

1,094.1

1,136.0

1,1855

12353

1277.6

1,187.7
1,116.4
1,312.9

1,194.3
1,114.8
1,313.8

1205.4
1,129.3
1,330.3

1,193.0
1,1102
1,312.5

1,1885
1,102.3
1,306.9

1,197.8
1,104.4
1,311.4

1,185.8
1,088.5
1297.5

1233.4
1,129.9
1,341.6

1,274.7
1,179.0
1,395.6

1,324.9
1227.1
1,452.3

1,362.8
1269.8
1,495.1

I

1
1

III

IV

Equals: National income

9

1,067.0

1,062.6

1,0695

1,077.0

10
11
12

-

Addenda:
Net domestic product (1-5)
Domestic income (9-2+3)
Gross national income (4-8)

1,1062

1,138.1
1,061.6
1,244.4

1,144.8
1,056.8
1243.2

1,151.5
1,063.7
1250.3

1,164.6
1,070.9
12615

1,177.6
1,099.4
1293.7

1954

1953

1952

1951
Line •
I

II

III

IV

1

II

III

IV

I

II

11
1

IV

Gross domestic product

1

1,504.1

1,548.3

1585.4

1596.0

1,607.7

1,612.1

1,6213

1,6573

1,6873

1,695.3

1,6873

1,6712

1,6603

1,6584

1,677.7

1,6983

Plus: Receipts of factor income from the rest of the
world1.
Less: Payments of factor income to the rest of the

112

13.0

135

14.1

13.3

13.7

13.5

132

13.1

13.6

12.6

13.0

13.5

13.5

13.6

14.8

2

4.4

4.4

4.3

4.3
1,7083

3

world*

Equals: Gross national product

-

4.1

4.1

4.1

4.0

3,8

4.0

4.1

42

42

42

4.3

4.6

4

1,5112

1,557.1

1^943

1,6062

1,6173

1,6213

1,6313

1,6663

1,6962

1,7043

1,6962

1,679.6

1,6693

1,6675

1,6863

129.0

130.4

1313

1332

134.5

135.9

137.4

138.8

140.2

141.7

143.2

1445

5

1232

124.7

126.1

127.6

Equals: Net national product

1,388.1

1,432.5

1,468.8

1,478.6

1,4883

1,491.4

1,4995

1,533.7

1,561.7

1,5683

1,558.9

15403

1,529.7

1,5253

1,5433

1,5644

6

Less: Indirect business tax and nontax liability plus
business transfer payments less subsidies plus
current surplus of government enterprises.
Statistical discrepancy

98.3

98.0

99.7

101.7

102.0

103.7

104.4

107.3

109.0

1093

110.4

111.4

111.1

111.6

113.9

116.1

7

7.4

15.2

18.2

8.9

11.2

5.7

5.0

8.5

10.1

9.6

9.9

175

10.3

10.3

12.4

6.8

8

1,350.9

1,368.1

1375.0

1,3813

1390.1

1,4173

1,4425

1,4503

1,4385

1,412.0

1,408.4

1,4033

1,4174

1,441.4

1,459.3
1,341.5
1,576.7

1,468.4
1,357.9
15973

1,478.7
1,365.5
1,606.0

1,481.7
1,3722
1,616.0

1,490.1
1,380.7
1,626.3

1.524.6
1.408.7
1,658.3

1,552.8
1,433.7
1,686.1

1,559.4
1,440.8
1,695.3

1,550.5
1.430.2
1.686.3

1532.4
1,403.6
1,662.2

1.520.6
1,399.2
1.659.7

.1516.7
1,394.8
1,6572

1,534.5
1,4082
1,674.5

1.553.8
1.430.9
1,702.0

IV

I

II

II

III

IV

less: Consumption of fixed capital

-—

Equals: National income

9

12824

1,3192

Addenda:
Net domestic product (1-5)
Domestic income (9-2+3)
Gross national income (4-8)

10
11
12

1,380.9
12752
1,503.8

1,423.6
1,310.4
1,541.9

1957

1956

1955
Line

<to>ss domestic product.
Pius: Receipts of factor income from the rest of the
world1.
'^Payments of factor income to the rest of the
Gross national product
Less: Consumption offixedcapital
Equals: Net national product
Less: Indirect business tax and nontax liability plus
bt&mess transfer payments less subsidies plus
current surplus of government enterprises.
Statistical

dttcrenaivu

Equals: National Income.
JJit domestic product (1-5)
Domestic income (9-2+3}
Grass national income (4^8)

1,7425

1,758.6

1,778.2

1,793.9

1,7873

1,7985

1,8022

1,826.6

1,836.4

1,834.8

1,851.2

1,830.5

1,790.1

1,804.4

1,8403

1,8803

15.9

17.2

17.0

17.5

15.9

18.0

19.0

18.5

15.7

16.1

16.0

15.8

15.4

15.6

15.7

152

5.1

5.1

5.1

5.2

5.2

5.3

5.0

5.2

5.5
1,8912

4.5

4.8

4.9

4.9

5.0

4.8

5.1

1.753.3

1,769.1

1,7883

1,804.8

1,7992

1,810.6

1,814.6

1,837.4

1,849.3

1,848.8

1.864.6

1,841.0

1,800.8

1,815.4

1,851.4

147.3

148.8

150.3

151.9

153.5

155.1

156.6

158.0

159.3

160.5

161.6

162.7

163.8

164.9

166.0

1,6595

1,680.9

1,691.3

1,6895

1,704.1

1,6793

1,638.1

1,651.6

1,6865

1,7253

127.6

1283

1312

1312

133.0

132.5

131.1

133.5

135,6

137.9

145.9
1.607.4

1,621.9

1,640.1

1,6545

1,647.3

1,657.1

118.7

120.9

122.6

126.0

126.7

126.8

102

3.5

52

.8

-5.4

-11.0

-12.6

-14.0

-6.9

-11.5

-3.8

-6.0

-12.1

-4.0

2.1

-2.6

1,4785

1,497.4

1,5123

1,527.7

15263

1,5413

1,5445

15663

1,567.0

1,5693

1,574.8

1552.9

1,5192

1,522.1

1,548.7

15903

1596.6
1,467.7
1,743.0

1,611.3
1,486.9
1,765.6

1,629.4
1.501.6
1.783.7

1,6435
1.516.7
1,804.0

1,635.1
1513.7
1,804.6

1,644.9
1,5292
1,821.6

1,647.1
1,532.1
1,8272

1.670.1
1.555.2
1,851.4

1,6785
1,5542
1,856.2

1,6755
1,555.8
1,860.3

1.690.7
1561.5
1,868.4

1,668.9
1,542.5
1,847.0

1.627.3
1.508.4
1,813.0

1,640.6
1.511.1
1.819.4

1,676.0
1.5382
1,8492

1J15.0
1,579.6
1.893.8

1. Consists largely of receipts by U.S. residents of interest and dividends and reinvested earnings of foreign affili-

* * * of for FRASER
Digitized US. cwporations.


IV

III

2. Consists largely of payments to foreign residents of interest and dividends and reinvested earnings of U.S.
affiliates of foreign corporations.

Table 1.11.-Command-Basis Gross National Product in Constant Dollars: Annual, 1929-58, and Quarterly, 1947-58
[Billions of 1987 dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
Line

1929

1931

1930

1932

1934

1933

1941

1940

1939

1938

1937

1936

1935

1942

1943

Gross national product

1

827.4

7542

6955

6033

5893

6343

684.1

7803

8145

7822

8442

9083

1,0744

1288.4

1,5416

Less; Exports of goods and services and receipts of
factor income from the rest of the world.
Plus: Command-basis exports of goods and services
and receipts of (actor income

2

44.9

382

31.5

24.9

24.3

26.4

28.6

30.6

38.3

365

383

423

45.3

32.0

27.9

44.6

40.8

34.5

28.6

28.9

315

34.4

345

40.9

41.6

413

47.1

50.7

403

37.4

Equals: Command-basts gross national product

8272

7563

6995

6063

594.4

6393

6893

784.1

817,1

7873

8473

9123

1,0793

12974

4

1(553.1

Addendum:
Terms of trade2

5

99.4

106.8

109.4

115.1

118.8

119.1

120.3

1132

106.8

113.9

1073

109.7

1110

127.9

1342

3

Line

1944

1946

1945

1947

1948

1950

1949

1952

1953

1954

1955

1956

1957

1958

1,6343

1951

15942

1,6833

1,7793

13155

13503

1339.7

Gross national product

1

15733

15055

1276.0

1,2585

1,3073

13113

1 <425.6

15674

Less: Exports of goods and services and receipts of
factor income from the rest of the world.
Plus: Command-basis exports of goods and services
and receipts of factor income

2

30.6

385

732

875

703

69.6

633

772

75.7

72.6

76.0

833

943

102.8

895

3

43.0

562

88.5

96.8

77.9

763

63.1

735

763

76.0

79.4

902

1053

118.4

1073

Equals: Command-basis gross national product

4

1585.7

1,6223

1,2913

1,2673

13142

1,3185

1,4253

1563.7

1,6343

1597.6

1,6863

1,7853

13265

13665

13573

Addendum:
Terms of trade3

5

140.8

146.1

120.9

1105

1102

109.7

98.7

953

101.1

104.6

1045

108.4

111.7

1153

120.4

1947

1948

1950

1949

Line
1

11
1

II

IV

1

If

IK

IV

1

II

11
1

IV

1

11
1

II

IV

Gross national product

1

12443

12523

1,260.7

1,275.6

1,2903

1,3023

13103

13235

1,312.1

1,308.6

13183

1307.6

1357.0

1^400.1

1,4533

1,4923

Less: Exports of poods and services and receipts of
factor income from the rest of the world.
Plus: Command-basis exports of goods and services
and receipts of tactor income

2

87.9

91.3

89.1

813

75.4

69.2

705

67.9

75.0

743

68.8

60.4

60.4

61.6

64.4

68.7

3

985

1015

99.0

88.2

82.7

755

77.9

755

83.3

82.0

75.1

64.8

62.1

62.1

623

655

Equals: Command-basis gross national product

4

12555

1,263.1

12705

1282.1

1,2982

1,309.3

13182

1331.1

13203

13164

13252

13123

1358.7

14005

1,4515

1,489.1

Addendum:
Terms of trade2

5

112.0

1112

111.1

107.9

109.7

109.3

110.3

1112

111.0

1105

1092

107.4

1023

1003

97.7

95.4

1951

1952

1954

1953

Line
1

II

III

IV

1

1
1

III

IV

1

II

III

IV

1

II

III

IV

Gross national product...

1

1,511.2

1557.1

15943

1,6062

1,6173

1,6213

13313

1,6663

1,6962

1,7043

1,6962

15795

13693

15675

13863

1,7083

Less: Exports of goods and services and receipts of
factor income from the rest of the world.
Plus: Command-basis exports of goods and services
and receipts of factor income

2

70.7

78.1

80.0

802

83.1

76.3

71.4

72.0

71.4

725

74.1

72.4

70.1

78.1

75.9

79.9

3

663

72.9

762

78.1

83.0

76.3

72.3

73.7

74.4

755

77.7

76.3

73.0

812

792

84.1

Equals: Command-basis gross national product

4

15073

15523

15912

1,6042

1,6172

1,6213

15322

1568.6

15992

1,7073

13993

13835

1,6723

1,6705

1,6902

1,7133

Addendum:
Terms of trade2

5

945

93.4

95.3

97.5

99.9

100.1

1012

102.4

1042

104.1

1043

105.4

104.1

103.9

104.3

1053

1

II

III

IV

I

II

11
1

IV

1

II

III

1955

1956

1958

1957

Line
IV

I

II

III

IV
13913

Gross national product .

1

1,7533

1,769.1

1,7883

13043

1,7992

13105

13145

13374

13493

13483

13645

13413

13003

13154

1,8514

Less: Exports of ooods and services and receipts of
factor income from the rest of the world.
Plus: Command-basis exports of goods aid services
and receipts of factor income

2

822

80.6

843

85 2

89.5

93.9

97.0

99.1

106.6

105.4

1025

96.7

883

892

89.8

905

3

874

872

93.1

93.1

97.9

104.6

1095

111.4

1213

120.1

118.3

114.1

107.5

108.6

108.0

107.1

Equals: Command-basis gross national product

4

1,7584

1,775.7

1,7973

1,812.7

1,807.7

1,8212

13272

1349.8

13633

13635

13803

13584

13195

1334.7

1369.6

13073

Addendum:
Terms of trade3

5

106.3

1082

109.6

1092

109.4

111.3

113.0

112.5

113.7

114.0

115.4

118.0

121.0

121.7

120.3

118.4

1. Exports of goods and services and receipts of factor income deflated by the implicit price deflator for imports
of goods and services and payments of factor income.
2. Ratio of the implicit price deflator for exports of goods and services and receipts of factor income to the




corresponding implicit price deflator for imports with the decimal point sttfted two places to the right
NOTE.—Percent changes from precedng period for selected items in this table are shown in table 8.1.

Table 1.12.—Net Domestic Product and Domestic Income by Sector
[Billions of dollars]
Line

1929

1930

1931

1932

1933

1934

1935

1936

1937

1938

1939

1940

1941

1942

1943

1

932

805

66.7

50.0

484

572

645

74.7

813

754

814

90.7

1144

1473

1804

2

86 4

73,4

59.7

43.7

415

494

56.6

654

72.7

664

714

80.4

1024

1292

1514

ftorfym
Nonfarm less housing
Housing
Farm
Statistical discrepancy

3
4
5
6
7

762
692
7.0
8.8
1.0

67.1
60.4
6.7
6.8
-.5

535
47.1
6.3
55
.8

39.7
33.9
5.8
3.8
2

37.1
32.3
45
3.9
5

45.3
41.1
4.3
4.0
.4

50.5
462
4.3
6.3
-2

58.4
54.0
4.3
5.7
13

652
60.7
45
75
0

595
54.6
4.9
5.8
.7

65.0
60.1
5.0
55
13

73.6
685
5.1
5.7
1.1

943
88.9
5.4
8.1
5

118.1
112.1
6.0
12.1
-.9

139.5
1332
6.3
14.3
-1.9

Housthoids and Institutions

8

29

Z7

25

14

1.7

14

14

24

23

22

23

24

25

24

32

General government

9

44

4.6

4.7

45

4.7

55

64

73

63

7.7

74

74

95

152

254

Net domestic product
Business

10

844

734

585

425

394

48.7

564

643

723

654

712

794

102.7

136.1

1695

11

774

662

515

36.1

335

413

485

554

63.1

554

613

693

90.7

1184

140.7

12
13
14
15

69.1
64.0
5.1
82

60.0
55.3
4.7
62

46.6
422
4.4
5.0

325
28.8
3.9
3.3

29.8
26.6
32
3.7

37.3
34.7
2.6
4.0

42.0
395
2.6
65

493
46.7
2.6
55

55.7
52.9
23
7.4

502
47.0
3.1
54

55.5
522
32
54

63.4
60.1
33
5.9

825
79.0
3.5
8.1

105.7
101.7
4.1
122

126.3
122.0
4.3
145

Households and Institutions

16

2:9

2.7

2.3

14

1.7

14

14

24

23

22

13

2.4

25

23

32

General government

17

4.4

4.6

4.7

45

4.7

55

64

73

64

7.7

7.6

74

95

152

25.6

Domestic Income ...............
Business
Nonfarm .........
Nonfarm less housing
Housing
Farm

..

Une
Net domestic product
Business
Nonfarm
Nonfarm less housing ......
Housing
Farm
Statistical discrepancy

1944

1945

1946

1947

1948

1949

1950

1951

1952

1953

1954

1955

1956

1957

1958

1

199.1

2004

197.7

216.7

2393

2374

2634

3045

3205

339.1

3385

3693

3882

4075

412.0

2

163.1

1613

1703

1934

2163

2113

235.7

2693

2814

2964

2973

3264

341.1

357.1

3574

3
4
5
6
7

1462
139.7
6.5
143
2.6

142.5
135.9
6.6
14.9
3.9

152.4
145.8
6.6
17.6
.7

1735
166.8
6.7
18.6
13

196.1
188.6
75
21.4
-12

193.7
185.1
8.7
16.6
1.0

2172
207.4
9.9
175
1.0

246.7
235.6
11.1
202
2.9

260.8
247.9
12.9
192
13

279.1
2642
143
16.9
23

278.6
261.7
16.9
16.3
24

3095
2913
182
15.3
12

329.0
309.4
19.6
14.9
-23

344,4
322.8
21.6
145
-1.9

342.0
318.3
23.7
16.7
-1.1

Households and Institutions

8

3.7

4.1

45

5.1

55

54

65

64

72

74

8.1

9.1

93

105

115

General government

9

323

353

22.4

17.6

18.1

20.1

212

27.7

315

324

334

344

372

394

424

10

1824

181.4

1802

195.7

2203

2142

2385

275.7

2904

3054

3044

3345

3544

3705

3732

11

146.4

1414

1533

1734

1964

1882

2104

241.1

2512

2644

2635

2905

3073

3202

3184

12
13
14
15

131.9
127.4
44
14.5

126.9
122.4
45
15.1

1355
130.9
4.6
17.8

154.7
150.1
4.5
183

175.7
1705
52
203

1722
166.1
6.1
16.0

193.9
186.7
72
17.0

2215
213.4
8.1
19.6

2327
2232
9.4
185

248.6
237.4
112
162

248.1
235.3
123
15.6

276.1
262.4
13.7
14.5

292.9
278.3
14.6
143

305.7
289.6
16.1
14.4

3022
284.6
17.7
16.6

Domestic income
Business
Nonfarm ..,.„.„„.„„. „
Nonfarm less housing
Housing
Farm
Households and institutions

16

3.7

4.1

45

5.1

55

54

65

64

72

74

8.1

9.1

94

105

115

General government

17

323

353

22.4

175

18.1

20.1

212

27.7

315

324

33.0

344

372

394

423




Table 1.13.—Net Domestic Product and Domestic Income by Sector in Constant Dollars
[Billions of 1987 dollarsl
Line
Net domestic product
Business
Nonfarm
.....
Nonfarm less housing
Housing
Farm
Statistical discrepancy

1929

1930

1931

1932

5912

500.4

1933

1934

4895

536.7

1935
586.6

1936
6835

1937

1938

7165

683.6

1939

1940

1941

1942

1943

745.7

8104

9735

1,1872

1,444.1

1

7245

649.2

2

6085

5312

474.6

3885

3755

409.0

4515

5315

568.0

5285

5872

642.0

767.1

888.7

9815

3
4
5
6
7

565.5
549.0
16.5
35.9
7.5

500.4
484.5
15.9
34.5
-3.8

428.5
413.0
15.5
39.6
6.5

347.0
331.8
152
39.3
2.1

330.4
316.3
14.1
39.6
5.0

373.7
358.4
15.4
31.4
3.8

418.5
403.2
15.3
34.8
-1.8

488.5
473.4
152
32.6
10.8

530.9
515.3
15.6
36.9
2

485.6
468.8
16.9
37.0
5.7

536.1
518.8
17.3
40.1
11.1

596.1
578.0
18.1
36.7
92

723.2
703.3
19.9
40.3
3.6

851.8
828.9
22.9
43.4
-65

952.9
927.3
25.6
42,0
-12.4

Households and institutions

8

385

375

35.6

32.6

31.4

335

34.7

365

38.0

36.8

382

412

41.6

425

405

Genera] government

9

765

80.1

81.0

79.4

834

94.1

100.4

115.1

110.4

1185

120.3

1272

1645

255.7

4212

Domestic income
Business
Nonfarm
Nonfarm less housing
Housing
Farm

to

6705

6105

543.6

461.1

446.0

491.7

543.3

623.1

6635

627.1

6812

743.7

907.7

1,137.1

1,403.0

11

555.3

492.2

427.0

3492

3312

364.0

4082

4715

514.8

471.9

522.7

5752

701.3

838.5

941.3

12
13
14
15

518.0
507.3
10.7
37.3

456.6
446.4
102
35.6

386.5
376.7
9.9
405

309.0
299.4
9.6
402

290.8
282.1
8.7
40.4

331.6
321.9
9.7
324

372.5
36Z9
9.7
35.6

4375
428.0
95
34.0

476.8
467.0
9.8
38.0

433.6
422.7
10.9
38.3

480.7
469.5
11.2
41.9

537.3
525.5
11.8
37.9

659.2
645.9
13.3
42.1

793.5
777.6
15.8
45.0

897.5
879.5
18.0
43.8

Households and institutions

16

385

375

35.6

325

314

335

34.7

365

38.0

365

382

412

41.6

425

405

General government

17

76.6

80.1

81.0

79.4

83.4

94.1

100.4

115.1

110.4

1185

120.3

127.2

1645

255.7

4212

Line

1944

1945

1946

1947

1948

1949

1950

1951

1952

1953

1954

1955

1956

1957

1958

1

1574.7

1506.7

1,173.3

1,149.7

1,1912

1,1915

1,2995

1,433.1

1,4935

15485

15314

1,6202

1,6495

1,6784

1,664.7

2

1,0455

996.1

9085

9355

9684

959.4

1,0545

1,1352

1,1735

1227.4

1,214.0

1,2994

15205

1542.4

1,323.4

Nonfarm
Nonfarm less housing
Housing
Farm
Statistical discrepancy

3
4
5
6
7

989.4
9615
27.9
39.6
16.8

934.1
904.8
29.3
37.3
24.7

868.5
838.0
30.6
36.3
4.0

894.9
862.1
32.8
31.8
8.8

939.6
904.6
35.0
34.3
-5.5

921.7
883.5
38.2
33.0
4.7

1,016.0
974.1
41.8
342
4.4

1,0915
1,045.3
462
31.3
12.4

1,135.3
1,084.1
512
305
7.6

1,183.0
1,127.9
55.1
32.6
11.8

1,170.7
1.111.3
59.5
33.3
10.0

1260.6
1,197.0
63.6
33.9
4.9

1299.0
1,231.4
67.7
32.6
-10.7

1,318.7
1245.8
72.9
30.8
-7.1

1,296.8
1218.8
78.0
31.1

Households and institutions

8

40.7

415

42.6

46.3

50.9

525

55.6

57.1

57.7

59.7

615

66.6

705

72.6

765

General government

9

488.1

469.6

221.8

167.7

171.0

179.4

1885

2405

2622

261.7

256.4

2542

258.1

263.4

264.8

10

15035

1,422.4

1,096.1

1,063.1

1,114.9

1,101.4

1,201.5

1,321.2

1,3815

1,427.1

1,4085

1,4932

1,5325

15535

1534.7

11

974.6

911.8

831.7

8485

892.0

869.5

957.1

1523.4

1,0615

1,105.7

1,0905

1,1724

1,204.1

1,217.5

1,193.4

12
13
14
15

932.9
912.9
20.0
41.7

871.8
850.8
21.1
39.9

792.9
770.8
22.1
38.7

8145
790.7
23.8
34.4

855.4
830.0
255
36.6

833.8
805.8
28.0
35.7

920.0
889.1
30.8
37.1

989.5
955.3
34.3
33.8

1,028.4
990.1
382
33.5

1,070.5
1,0292
41.3
35.1

1,054.8
1,010.0
44.8
36.0

1,1355
1,087.5
48.0
36.9

1,168.4
1,117.3
51.1
35.7

1,183.9
1,128.6
55.3
33.6

1,159.5
1,1005
59.3
33.9

Net domestic product
Business

Domestic income
Business
Nonfarm
Nonfarm less housing
Housing
Farm

-AS

Households and institutions

16

40.7

415

42.6

46.3

50.9

525

55.6

57.1

57.7

59.7

615

665

705

72.6

765

General government

17

488.1

469.6

221.8

167.7

171.0

179.4

1885

2405

2622

261.7

256.4

2542

258.1

263.4

2645




Table 1.14.—National Income by Type of Income: Annual, 192&-58, and Quarterly, 194&-58
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
Line

1929

1931

1930

1932

1934

1933

1935

1936

1937

1938

1939

1940

1941

1942

1943

t

85.3

74.1

59.0

418

40.2

494

56.7

64.6

72.7

66.2

715

79.9

103.1

1365

1704

2

51.1

465

39.8

31.1

295

344

37.4

43.0

484

454

48.2

522

644

855

1095

3
4
5

505
5.0
45,5

46.2
52
41.0

39.2
5.3
335

305
5.0
255

29.0
52
23.9

33.7
6.1
27.6

36.7
6.5
302

42.0
75
34.1

46.1
75
385

43.0
8.3
34.8

46.0
82
37.7

49.9
85
41.4

62.1
10.2
51.9

82.1
16.0
66.1

105.8
265
79.2

elements to wages and salaries ..
mployer contributions for social insurance .
contributor"'
Other labor ir
r income .

6
7
B

.7
.1
5

.7
.1
5

.6
2
5

.6
2
.4

.6
2
.4

.6
2
.4

.7
2
.4

1.0
5
5

1.8
15
5

2.0
15
.5

22
1.6
.6

2.3
1.7
5

25
2.0
.7

32
2.4
.9

3.8
2.7
1.1

Proprietors' Income with inventory valuation
adjustment and capital consumption adjustment.

National income .
Compensation of employees..
Wages and salaries
Government.
Other..

9

145

11.4

8.7

5.3

55

75

104

10.7

125

11.0

115

125

17.1

23.9

28.8

Farm
Proprietors' income with inventory valuation
adjustment
Capital consumption adjustment

10
11

6.1
6.3

45
45

3.4
3.5

2.1
2.1

2.5
2.5

2.9
2.9

52
5.3

45
4.3

6.0
6.1

4.4
4.5

4.4
45

4.4
4.5

6.4
6.5

10.1
10.3

12.0
122

12

-2

-2

-.1

Nonfarm
Proprietors' income
Inventory valuation adjustment
Capital consumption adjustment

13
14
15
16

8.4
8.9
.1
-5

7.1
6.9
.8
-5

5.3
5.3
.6
-.6

17

45

42

18
19

5.6
-.7

Corporate profits with inventory valuation
adjustment and capital consumption adjustment.

20

Corporate profits with inventory valuation adjustment
Profits before tax
Profits tax liability..
Profits after tax .....
Dividends .
Undistributed profits..
Inventory valuation adjustment.

Rental income of persons
Capital consumption adjustment

Capital consumption adjustment ...
Net Interest
Addenda:
Corporate profits after tax with inventory valuation
adjustment and capital consumption adjustment
Net cash flow with inventory valuation adjustment
and capital consumption adjustment
Undistributed profits with inventory valuation
adjustment and capital consumption
adjustment
Consumption of fixed capital
Less: Inventory valuation adjustment
Equals: Net cash flow

0

-.1

0

-.1

-.1

-.1

-.1

-.1

-2

3.0
4.0
-.5
-5

4.4
4.9
-.1
-5

52
55
-.1
-.4

6.4
6.9
-.1
-.3

6.9
7.3
0
-.4

6.6
65
2
-.4

7.1
7.7
2
-.4

8.3
8.6
0
-2

10.7
11.7
-.6
-.3

13.8
145
-.4
-.3

16.9
172
-2
-.2

3.4

2.7

24

15

1.6

1.7

14

2.4

25

2.7

3.2

4.1

4.6

4.9
-.7

3.9
-5

25
-2

21
-.1

1.9
-.3

1.9
-.3

2.0
-.3

2.4
-5

24
-5

3.2
-5

3.3
-.6

4.0
-.8

5.1
-.9

5.7
-1.1

10.2

65

24

-0.7

-0.7

15

3.4

5.6

6.4

44

54

9.2

145

20.1

24.3

21
22
23
24
25
26
27

11.1
105
1.4
92
5.8
3.4
5

7.6
4.3
.8
3.4
5.5
-2.0
3.3

25
.4
5
-.1
4.1
-42
2.4

-.4
-15
.4
-1.9
2.5
-4.4
1.0

-.4
1.7
5
12
2.0
-5
-2.1

25
3.1
.7
2.3
25
-2
-5

4.0
42
1.0
3.3
2.8
.4
-2

62
6.9
1.4
5.5
45
1.0
-.7

7.4
75
15
5.9
4.7
1.3
0

5.4
4.4
1.0
3.4
3.2
2
1.0

6.9
7.6
1.4
62
35
2.4
-.7

10.2
10.4
2.8
7.6
4.0
3.6
-2

15.9
18.3
75
10.7
4.4
6.3
-2.5

20.8
22.0
11.4
10.6
4.3
6.4
-12

24.8
25.6
14.1
11.5
4.5
7.0
-.8

28

-.9

-.7

-.4

-.3

-.3

-.6

-.6

-5

-1.1

-1.1

-1.0

-1.1

-1.0

-.8

-.5

29

Rental hcome of persons with capital consumption

0
3.3
3.4
.3
-.4

45

45

45

4.4

35

35

19

3.7

35

35

35

3J2

3.2

3.1

2.7

.

-2

30

85

6.0

1.9

-1.1

-1.3

1.1

2.4

42

4.9

3.3

45

6.3

72

8.7

102

31

85

5.9

2.8

.8

1.0

2.9

4.0

4.1

5.1

5.1

5.6

7.4

8.3

105

120

32

3.0

.6

-3.6

-3.3

-1.4

-.4

-.4

2

.1

.7

2.3

25

4.4

55

33
34
35

55
5
8.0

5.3
3.3
25

4.4
1.0
-.3

4.3
-2.1
3.1

4.4
-.6
3.6

4.4
-2
42

4.4
-.7
45

4.9
0
5.1

5.0
1.0
4.1

4.9
-.7
6.4

5.1
-2
7.6

55
-2.5
10.8

6.1
-1.2
11.7

6.3
-.8
125

Line

1944

1945

-22

5.0
2.4
.4

1946

1947

1948

1949

1950

1951

1952

1953

1954

1955

1956

1957

1958

1

1825

1814

1804

1964

2214

215.6

2404

277.7

292.1

3074

3074

337.1

3572

3717

376.0

2

1214

1234

1195

130.1

142.1

1424

1554

1815

1964

2104

2094

2254

244.7

2574

2594

Wages and salaries
Government.
Other..

3
4
5

116.7
33.0
63.8

1175
34.9
825

112.0
20.7
91.3

123.1
175
105.6

1355
19.0
1165

134.7
20.8
113.9

1472
22.6
124.6

171.6
292
142.4

185.6
33.4
152.3

199.0
345
164.7

1972
34.9
162.4

212.1
36.6
1755

229.0
38.8
1902

239.9
41.0
198.9

241.3
44.1
1972

Supplements to wages and salaries
Employer contributions for social insurance
Other labor income

6
7
8

45
3.0
15

5.8
4.0
15

7.6
5.7
2.0

7.0
4.6
2.4

65
3.8
2.7

7.3
4.3
2.9

82
45
3.7

10.0
5.4
4.6

10.7
55
52

115
5.6
54

121
6.0
6.1

135
65
7.0

15.7
7.7
8.0

17.8
8.8
9.0

18.5
9.1
9.4

9

304

315

36.4

35 5

404

354

384

444

444

435

434

454

464

484

51.4

Farm
Proprietors* income with inventory valuation
adjustment
Capital consumption adjustment

10
11

11.9
122

12.4
125

145
152

15.0
155

17.4
18.1

12.6
13.3

135
142

16.0
16.8

15.0
15.9

124
13.7

123
13.1

112
120

11.0
11.9

10.9
11.9

12.8
13.7

12

-.3

-.3

-.4

-.5

-.7

-.7

-.7

-.8

-.9

-4

-5

-5

-.9

-.9

-.9

Nonfarm ,
Proprietors' income
Inventory valuation adjustment....
Capital consumption adjustment.,

13
14
15
16

18.1
184
-.1
-.1

19.1
19.3
-.1
-.1

21.6
23.3
-1.7
-.1

205
21.8
-15
.1

23.0
232
-.4
2

232
222
5
.5

252
25.7
-1.1
5

284
27.8
-.3
5

29.4
28.5
2
.7

305
29.9
-2
.7

31.1
30.4
0
4

34.1
335
-2
.7

35.9
355
-5
.9

37.9
37.3
-.3
.9

38.6
37.7
-.1
.9

01 pefsons

17

44

54

54

54

64

6.7

7.6

84

95

10.7

115

124

124

13.1

134

Rental income of persons
Capital consumption adjustment.

18
19

6.1
-1.3

6.5
-15

75
-1.7

82
-2.4

9.0
-2.7

9.4
-2.7

10.4
-28

115
-32

12.7
-3.3

13.9
-3.3

144
-32

15.3
-3.3

15.9
-35

16.6
-35

17.3
-3.4

profte with inventory valuation
adjustment and capital consumption adjustment.

20

24.4

194

172

23.1

305

284

352

402

384

38.1

372

47.7

46.4

46.0

412

^ K f o ^ a f 1 inven!Dry valuation *^tment

21
22
23
24
25
26
27

242
245
124
115
4.6
6.9
-.3

19.5
20.0
10.7
9.3
4.7
4.7
-.6

19.7
24.9
9.1
15.8
5.6
102
-5.3

26.0
31.9
11.3
20.7
6.3
145
-5.9

33.7
35.9
12.4
23.4
7.0
16.4
-22

31.4
29.6
102
19.4
72
122
14

382
432
17.9
25.3
8.8
16.4
-5.0

435
44.7
22.6
222
8.6
135
-12

41.1
402
19.4
205
8.6
122
1.0

40.6
41.6
20.3
21.3
8.9
12.4
-1.0

38.9
392
17.6
21.6
9.3
12.3
-.3

48.0
49.7
22.0
27.7
105
17.1
-1.7

47.6
50.3
22.0
28.3
11.4
16.9
-2.7

47.3
48.9
21.4
27.5
11.8
155
-1.5

42.5
42.7
19.0
23.8
11.6
12.1
-.3

National income .
Compensation of employees..

Proprietors' income with Inventory valuation
adjustment and capital consumption adjustment.

""SiEE?

*

W l ca

* i t i l consumption

Profits tax liability'.
Profits after tax ....
Dividends .
Undistributed profits'.
Inventory valuation a d j u s t m e n t " Z Z Z Z Z I Z
Capital consumption adjustment
Net interest
Addenda:
Corporate profits after tax with inventory valuation
adjustment and capital consumption adjustment
Net cash flow with inventory valuation adjustment
ajd capital consumption adjustment
undistributed profits with inventory valuation
adjustment and capital consumption
adjustment
Consumption of fixed capital
Inventory valuation ac§ustment '"!Z."!l"."Z
Equals: Net cash flow ..




28

2

.4

-2.4

-2.9

-32

-3.0

-10

-3.4

-3.1

-25

-1.7

-.3

-12

-1.3

-1.3

29

24

2.1

14

2.4

2.4

2.7

10

35

34

45

54

6.1

6.8

74

9.7

30

11.4

92

8.1

11.9

18.1

182

17.3

17.6

18.6

174

19.5

25.6

24.4

24.6

222

31

132

11.0

10.1

14.8

21.8

225

20.8

232

252

25.3

27.4

33.3

33.6

35.4

34.3

32

65

4.5

25

55

11.1

11.0

85

9.0

10.0

9.0

102

15.0

13.0

12.8

10.6

33
34
35

6.4
-.3
13.4

6.5
-.6
11.6

7.6
-5.3
15.3

92
-5.9
20.7

10.7
-22
23.9

11.5
14
205

12.3
-5.0
25.8

142
-12
24.4

152
1.0
24.3

165
-1.0
262

172
-4
275

18.3
-1.7
35.0

205
-2.7
36.3

22.7
-1.5
37.0

23.7
-.3
34.6

Table 1.14,—National Income by Type of Income: Annual, 1929-58, and Quarterly, 1946-58—Continued
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
1947

146

1949

1948

1950

Line
III
National Income

IV

184.9

190.0

192.4

I

II

11
1

IV

I

II

III

IV

«

III

II

IV

I

II

„...

1704

177.7

193.7

1964

Compensation of employees .

1152

117.6

121.4

124.4

1272

128.7

130.1

107.7
25.0
82.7

20.3
892

113.5
18.9
94.6

1172
18.6
98.6

119.7
17.9
101.7

121.5
17.6
103.9

7.5
5.6
1.9

8.0
6.1
1.9

7.8
5.9
2.0

7.2
5.1
21

7.6
5.3
22

34.0

35.6

38.1

37.7

Fami .
Proprietors' income with inventory valuation
adjustment.
Capital consumption adjustment

13.0
13.3

13.6
13.9

16.1
16.5

16.5
17.0

-.4

-.4

-.5

-.5

-.6

-.6

-.6

-.6

-.7

-.7

-.7

-.7

-.7

-.7

-.7

-.7

Nonfarm .
Proprietors' income
Inventory valuation adjustment ...
Capital consumption adjustment.

21.0
21.2

22.0
22.7
-.6
-.1

22.1
25.5
-3.3
-.1

21.2
24.0
-2.8
-.1

20.6
22.8
-2.2
0

20.2
20.9
-.8
.1

202
21.4
-1.4
2

20.9
22.2
-1.5
.2

22.1
22.5
-.6
.2

22.9
23.5
-.8
2

23.4
23.8
-.6
2

23.6
229
.4
.2

23.1
222
.6
.4

23.2
21.9
.8
.5

23.1
22.0
.5
.6

23.3
22.6
0
.7

24.0
23.4
0
.7

24.6
24.6
-.6
.6

Wages and salaries .
Government
Other
Supplements to wages and salaries
Employer contributions for social insurance .
Oilier labor income
Proprietors' Income with inventory valuation
adjustment and capital consumption adjustment.

Rental income of persons with capital consumption
adjustment.
Rental income of persons .
Capital consumption adjustment

- 2

0

204.5

2133

221.1

225.4

2274

220.0

215.0

215.1

212.1

2212

231.8

134.3

138.0

139.7

144.6

146.0

1442

142.0

1412

140.6

144.7

150.8

123.4
17.0
106.4

127.8
17.5
110.3

131.4
17.9
113.5

133.2
18.3
114.8

138.1
19.5
118.6

1395
20.3
1192

136.9
20.4
116.6

134.6
20.6
114.0

133.9
20.9
113.0

133.4
21.4
112.1

137.1
21.4
115.6

142.9
21.6
121.2

7.3
5.0
2.3

6.7
4.3
2.4

6.5
4.0
2.5

6.6
4.0
2.7

6.5
3.8
2.7

6.5
3.8
2.7

6.5
3.8
2.8

7.3
4.5
28

7.4
4.5
2.9

7.3
4.3
3.0

72
4.1
3.1

7.7
4.4
3.3

7.9
4.4
3.5

372

33.4:

35.0

365

37.7

41.6

414

405

365

35.9

352

35.7

363

37.4

16.7
17.2

13.1
13.7

14.8
15.3

15.6
16.2

15.6
162

18.8
19.4

185
192

16.9
17.6

13.3
14.0

12.7
13.4

12.1
12.8

12.4
13.1

12.8
13.4

12.B
13.4

54

5.8

54

54

5.7

5.7

5.8

6.0

62

6.4

6.4

6.4

6.4

65

63

7.0

7.4

n

7.4
-1.6

7.5
-1.7

7.6
-1.7

7.7
-1.8

7.8
-2.1

8.0
-2.4

8.3
-2.5

8.5
-2.6

8.8
-2.6

9.0
-2.7

92
-2.7

92
-2.8

9.2
-2.8

9.3
-2.8

9.4
-2.6

9.7
-2.6

10.0
-2.6

10.3
-2.7

164

17.7

20.1

19.8

235

23.7

25.4

294

31.0

30.1

31.7

30.4

28.0

293

26.0

295

33.1

Corporate profits with inventory valuation
adjustment and capital consumption adjustment.
Corporate profits with inventory valuation adjustment
Profits before tax
Profits tax liability .
Profits after tax
Dividends..
Undistributed profits .
Inventory valuation adjustment .

15.7
17.0
6.1
10.8
5.1
5.7

-12

19.1
21.9
8.0
13.9
5.5
8.4
-2.8

20.5
28.6
10.5
18.1
5.7
12.4
-8.1

23.3
32.3
11.8
20.5
6.1
14.3
-8.9

23.1
32.7
11.6
21.2
6.0
15.2
-9.7

26.3
30.9
10.9
20.0
6.3
13.7
-4.7

26.5
30.6
10.8
19.8
6.5
13.3
-4.0

28.2
33.4
11.8
21.7
6.5
15.2
-52

322
35.0
12.1
22.9
7.0
15.9
-2.9

34.0
36.9
12.8
24.1
6.7
17.4
-2.9

33.5
36.3
12.6
23.7
7.1
16.7
-2.8

35.1
35.1
122
23.0
7.3
15.6
-.1

33.4
32.0
11.0
21.0
72
13.8
1.4

31.1
28.2
9.7
18.5
72
11.3
2.8

32.3
29.3
10.1
192
7.1
12.1
3.0

28.9
28.7
9.9
18.8
7.4
11.4
.2

32.2
32.9
13.6
19.3
8.3
11.0
-.7

36.0
39.3
16.3
23.0
8.4
14.7
-3.3

Capital consumption adjustment ...

-1.5

-22

-2.8

-32

-3.3

-2.8

-2.8

-2.8

-2.8

-3.1

-3.4

-3.4

-3.1

-3.1

-3.0

-2.9

-2.7

-2.9

1.7

1.8

14

14

2.4

2.4

2.4

23

25

2.4

24

2.4

2.6

27

2.7

2.7

2.9

3.0

19.5

19.3

182

19.2

16.1

15.9

16.8

19.4

20.5

Net Interest
Addenda:
Corporate profits after tax with inventory valuation
adjustment and capital consumption adjustment
Net cash flow with inventory valuation adjustment
and capital consumption adjustment.
Undistributed profits with inventory valuation
adjustment and capital consumption
adjustment
Consumption of fixed capital
Less: Inventory valuation adjustment
Equals: Net cash flow




8.1

8.9

7.2

8.3

8.3

12.6

12.9

13.7

172

18.2

17.5

9.5

10.6

9.5

10.7

11.2

15.4

15.7

16.8

202

22.0

215

23.5

23.4

22.6

23.6

20.3

3.0

3.4

1.5

2.1

2.3

63

6.4

72

102

11.5

10.5

12.2

12.1

11.1

12.1

8.7

7.6

8.4

6.5
-12
10.7

72
-2.8
13.4

8.0
-8.1
17.6

8.6
-8.9
19.7

9.0
-9.7
20.9

9.1
-4.7
20.0

9.3
-4.0
19.7

9.6
-52
22.0

10.0
-2.9
23.1

10.4
-2.9
24.8

11.1
-2.8
24.3

11.3
-.1
23.6

11.3
1.4
22.0

11.5
2.8
19.7

11.5
3.0
20.6

11.6
.2
20.1

11.8
-.7
20.1

12.0
-3.3
23.8

Table 1.14.-National Income by Type of Income: Annual, 1929-58, and Quarterly, 1946-58-Continued
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
1951

1952

1953

Une

1954

247.3

2595

2692

2755

2804

285.6

2865

2865

2925

3024

3075

3102

308.7

3014

3025

3032

159.1

167.1

175.1

130.7

183.9

1865

1915

1935

1965

2045

2082

2115

211.7

2102

2085

2075

150.8
22.8
128.0

1585
24.7
133.6

165.5
26.8
1385

1705
285
142.3

173.8
30.5
143.3

1762
31.1
145.1

1812
325
148.7

182.4
332
149.1

185.7
335
1515

193.3
33.9
1595

1965
34.1
162.7

200.1
34.4
165.7

200.3
34.4
165.9

198.7
345
1645

196.4
344
162.0

195 5
34.7
1612

85
4.6
3.8

85
4.8
4.0

9.6
5.3
45

9.9
5.4
45

10.1
5.4
4.7

10.4
5.5
45

105
55
5.0

10.6
5.5
5.1

105
5.5
55

11.1
5.7
5.4

115
55
5.7

115
5.7
55

115
55
6.0

11.6
55
6.1

115
5.9
6.0

12.0
6.0
6.0

39.9

415

43.7

444

434

42.7

434

43.7

424

Farm
Proprietors' income with inventory valuation
adjustment.
Capital consumption adjustment

13.7
14.4

14.9
15.7

15.7
165

13.6
14.4

13.4
142

12.9
135

125
132

12.6

13.4
142

115
12.7

-5

-5

-5

Nonfarm.
Proprietors* income.
Inventory valuation adjustment
Capital consumption adjustment

262
27.3
-1.7

.6

26.1
27.5
-2.1
5

27.6
29.0
-1.9
5

27.7
27.4
-.3
5

30.3
29.6
0
5

305
30.0
.1
5

7.7

85

8.1

10.6
-2.9

10.9
-25

Corporate profits with Inventory valuation
adjustment and capital consumption adjustment.

37.6

Corporate profits with inventory valuation adjustment
Profits before tax
Profits tax liability .

National income .
Compensation of employees
Wages and salaries
Government
Other.
Supplements to wages and salaries
Employer contributions for social insurance .
Other labor income
Proprietors' income wtth Inventory valuation
adjustment and capital consumption adjustment.

-

Rrtal Income of persons with capital consumption
Rental income of persons
Capital consumption adjustment

Dividends
Undistributed profits
Inventory valuation adjustment""
Capital consumption adjustment

Nat interest...
Addenda:
Corporate profits after tax with inventory valuation
adjustment and capital consumption adjustment
Net cashflowwith inventory valuation adjustment
aid capital consumption adjustment.
Undistributed profits with inventory valuation
adjustment and capital consumption
adjustment
Consumption of fixed capital
Less: Inventory valuation adjustment
Equals: Net cash flow _ !




434

435
15.8
16.7

16.6
17.4

14.7
155

152
16.1
-5

-.9

-5

28 2
27.1
5

28.6
27.6
5

285
28.1
.1

29 2
28.4

295
28.6

30.6
30.0
-.1
.7

305
29.9
-.1
.7

30.4
302
-5
.7

30.4
295

.7

302
292
5
.7

85

85

85

95

95

95

95

102

105

105

11.1

114

115

112
-3.1

11.4
-3.1

11.7
-32

12.0
-32

12.3
-32

12.6
-35

12.9
-35

132
-35

135
-35

13.8

-32

14.1
-35

14.3
-32

145
-32

14.8
-32

40.7

395

395

402

415

385

365

365

404

402

39.1

32.1

344

35.7

40.6
47.9
19.9
28.0
92
18.8
-7.3

44.1
52.6
215
305
9.6
212
-85

43.1
51.8
265
255
8.4
17.1
-8.7

43.0
44.0
225
21.7
8.7
13.1

435
40.0
20.1
195
8.6

42.0
40.7
195
205

39.4
38.7
185
20.1

12

44.0
44,4
21.6
225
8.4
14.4
-.4

415
435
212

115
.7

43.4
42.6
205
22.1
85
135
5

425
445
21.7
22.8
92
135

-1.0

44.6
43.1
215
21.6
8.8
125
15

-1.6

9.0
132
-2.0

34.0
34.0
16.6
17.4
85
8.5
0

36.4
36.4
16.4
20.0
9.4
10.6
0

375
37.6
165
20.6
85
11.8
0

-3.0

-3.4

-3.6

-3.4

-3.1

-32

-35

-3.1

-3.1

-25

-2.6

-2.4

-15

-2.0

-15

35

3.1

35

35

35

3.7

35

35

44

45

44

45

45

5.1

55

155
16.7

.6

112
3.5

3.6

.6

.6

82
12.7
1.3

2
.6

18.7
20.0
8.7
112

165
17.4

2

8.6

13.4
-5

-5

222

.1

5

17.7

18.8

132

17.3

20.1

19.9

19.0

175

17.7

195

195

185

17.8

15.6

18.0

18.7

21.0

225

185

22.7

25.7

255

25.7

245

245

26.7

26.9

255

255

235

25.4

27.0

8.5

95

45

8.6

112

10.8

9.1

9.1

11.1

11.1

9.4

85

6.7

8.6

95

125
-7.3
285

13.1
-8.5
30.9

135
-8.7
272

-1.0

14.6
15
245

14.9
15
24.4

152
232

155
.7
23.6

155
5
255

155
-.4
275

162
-1.6
27.1

165
-2.0
27.3

16.6
0
232

165
0
25.4

17.1
0
27.0

14.1

23.7

14.3
3.5
225

12

Table 1.14.—National Income by Type of Income: Annual, 1929-58, and Quarterly, 1946-58—Continued
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
1955

1957

1956

1958

Line
1
National Income

326-2

1

III

II
334.6

IV

340.6

3463

II
349.4

III

3552

IV

358.6

3653

1
3715

II
373.7

III
3775

IV
372.1

1
366.6

1
1
367.6

III

IV

378.4

39M

2

2173

223.8

2283

233.8

238.3

2423

246.0

2513

2555

2572

2593

2584

255.4

255.0

261.1

267.4

Wajes and salaries
Government
Other

3
4
5

204.2
35.6
168.6

210.3
36.7
173.6

214.6
36.8
177.8

219.4
37.2
182 2

223.3
37.8
185.4

2275
38.5
189.0

229.9
392
190.8

235.3
39.6
195.7

2382
402
198.0

239.6
40.7
198.9

241.8
41.5
200.3

240.1
41.6
1985

237.3
42.6
194.7

236.9
43.7
1932

242.6
44.8
197.7

248.4
452
2032

Supplements to wages and salaries
Employer contributions for social insurance
Other labor income

6
7
8

13.1
6.5
6.6

13.5
6.6
6.9

14.1
6.9
72

14.4
7.0
7.4

15.0
7.4
7.6

15.4
7.5
7.9

16.1
7.9
82

16.5
8.0
8.5

17.3
8.7
8.6

17.6
8.7
8.9

18.1
8.9
92

18.3
8.9
9.4

18.1
8.9
92

182
8.9
92

18.6
9.2
9.4

19.0
9.3
9.9

9

443

453

45.5

45.7

45.6

46.5

475

483

473

48.7

49.8

49.3

512

513

513

51.7

10
11

11.7
12.5

11.5
12.3

11.0
11.8

10.5
11.3

10.3
11.2

10.8
11.6

115
1Z4

11.3
122

102
11.1

10.8
11.7

11.4
12.3

11.4
12.3

13.5
14.3

13.1
14.0

12.6
13.5

121
13.1

Condensation of employees

Proprietors' income with inventory valuation
adjustment and capital consumption adjustment.
Farm
Proprietors' income with inventory valuation
adjustment
Capital consumption adjustment

12

-.8

-.8

-.8

-.8

-.8

-.8

-.9

-.9

-.9

-.9

-.9

-.9

-.9

-.9

-.9

-.9

Nonfarm
Proprietors' income
Inventory valuation adjustment
Capital consumption adjustment

13
14
15
16

33.1
322
2
.7

33.7
33.4
-.4
.7

34.6
34.1
-.3
.7

35.1
34.7
-.3
.7

35.2
34.9
-.5
.8

35.7
35.5
-.7
.9

36.0
35.3
-.3
1.0

36.6
36.3
-.6
1.0

37.6
37.0
-.4
.9

37.9
37.4
-.4
.9

38.3
37.5
-.1
.9

37.9
37.4
-.3
.9

37.8
36.9
-.1
.9

382
37.4
-.1
.9

38.7
37.8
.1
.8

39.6
385
-.1
.9

17

113

123

123

122

12,3

12.3

125

12.7

123

133

132

13.4

13.6

13.8

14.0

142

18
19

15.2
-3.3

15.3
-3.3

15.4
-3.4

15.5
"3.4

15.7
-3.4

15.8
-35

16.0
-3.5

16.1
-35

16.3
-35

16.5
-3.5

16.7
-3.5

16.8
-3.4

17.0
-3.4

172
-3.4

17.4
-3.4

17.6
-3.4

Corporate profits with Inventory valuation
adjustment and capital consumption adjustment.

20

462

47.4

47.9

49.0

46.7

46.7

45.7

465

473

463

465

42.7

37.3

373

413

47.7

Corporate profits with inventory valuation adjustment
Profits before tax
Profits tax liability
Profits after tax
Dividends
Undistributed profits
Inventory valuation adjustment

21
22
23
24
25
26
27

47.1
482
21.3
26.8
10.1
16.7
-1.1

47.9
48.8
21.6
27 2
102
17.0

473
50.0
22.2
27.8
10.9
16.9
-22

492
51.9
23.1
28.9
11.0
17.8
-2.8

47.2
50.1
22.0
28.1
11.3
16.8
-2.9

47.6
512
22.5
28.7
11.3
17.4
-3.6

47.3
485
21.1
27.4
11.3
16.0
-12

48.3
51.3
22.3
29.0
11.8
17.3
-3.0

49.7
52.1
22.8
29.3
11.7
17.6
-2.4

48.4
49.9
21.9
28.0
113
16.1
-1.5

47.6
48.8
21.4
27.4
12.0
15.4
-1.3

43.7
44.6
19.6
25.0
11.7
13.3
-.9

38.1
38.3
16.9
21.4
11.6
9.8
-2

39.3
39.0
172
21.8
11.7
10.0
.3

43.4
43.7
19.4
24.3
11.7
12.6
-2

49.1
50.0
223
27.7
11.4
162
-.9

Capital consumption adjustment

28

-.8

-.5

2

-2

-.4

-.9

-1.6

-1.7

-1.8

-1.5

-1.1

-.9

-.8

-1.4

-15

-1.4

29

53

6.1

63

62

65

63

63

63

75

73

82

82

93

95

93

103

Rental income of persons with capital consumption
adjustment
Rental income of persons
Capital consumption adjustment

Net interest
Addenda:
Corporate profits after tax with inventory valuation
adjustment and capital consumption adjustment.
Net cash flow with inventory valuation adjustment
and capital consumption adjustment.
Undistributed profits with inventory valuation
adjustment and capital consumption
adjustment
Consumption of fixed capital
Less: Inventory valuation adjustment
Equals: Net cash flow




30

24.9

25.8

25.6

25.9

24.7

242

24.6

242

25.1

25.1

25.1

232

20.4

20.7

22.6

25.4

31

32.5

33.6

33.4

33.9

33.2

33.1

342

33.9

35.5

35.6

353

34.7

31.9

32.5

343

382

32

14.8

15.6

14.9

14.9

13.4

12.8

13.3

12,5

13.4

13.2

13.1

11.4

8.8

8.9

10.9

14.0

17.7
-1.1
33.6

18.0
-.9
34,4

18.5
-22
35.6

19.0
-2.8
36.6

19.8
-2.9
36.1

20.3
-3.6
36.7

21.0
-12
35.4

21.4
-3.0
36.9

22.1
-2.4
37.9

22.5
-1.5
37.1

22.8
-1.3
37.2

232
-.9
35.6

232
-2
32.1

23.6
.3
322

23.9
-2
35.0

241

33
34
35

•

39.0

Table 1.15.—National Income by Sector, Legal Form of Organization, and Type of Income
[Billions of dollars]
Line

1929

1930

1931

1932

1933

1934

1935

1936

1937

1938

1942

1940

1939

1943

425

402

495

56.7

64.6

72.7

662

715

795

103.1

1365

1705

77A

662

51.6

36.1

335

4U

485

55.0

63.1

555

615

69.3

90.7

1185

140.7

Corporate business
Compensation of employees
Wages and salaries
Supplements to wages and salaries
Corporate profits with inventory valuation and
capital consumption adjustments.
Profits before tax .
Inventory valuation adjustment....
Coital consumption adjustment.
Net interest

45.5
34.3
33.8
.4
10.0

39.0
305
30.4
.4
6.7

292
25.4
25.0
.4
2.4

19.6
19.0
18.7
.3
-.7

18.3
18.0
17.7
.3
-.7

24.1
21.1
20.7
.3

27.6
23.1
22.7
.4
32

32.9
26.3
255
.6
55

375
30.6
29.3
1.3

32.3
27.3
255
1.4
4.0

36.4
29.8
28.3
15
5.6

426
32.9
312

56.8
41.6
39.6
2.0
14.4

732
52.9
505
2.3
19.7

88.6
642
61.3
2.8
23.9

10.4
5
-5
1J3

42
3.3
-.7
1.4

.4
2.4
-.4
14

-1.4
1.0
-.3
1.3

1.7
-21
-5
1.0

3.0

4.1

65
-.7
-.6

18,0
-25

21.7
-12

1.3

-.6
1.3

Sole proprietorships and partnerships
Compensation of employees
Wages and salaries
Supplements to wages and salaries
Proprietors' income with inventory valuation and
capital consumption adjustments.
Faro
Proprietors' income with inventory valuation
adjustment.
Capital consumption adjustment
Nonfarm
„„„.„.„
........
Proprietors' income.
Inventory valuation adjustment
Capital consumption adjustment
Net interest

23.7
8.6
85
.1
145

19.9
7.8
7.7
.1
115

15.9
6.4
6.4
.1
8.7

10.9
4.8
45
.1
5.3

10.5
4.4
4.3
0
55

125
5.0
4.9
0
72

16.4
5.5
5.4
0
10.4

.1
10.7

6.1
6.3

4.3
45

3.4
35

2.1
2.1

25
25

2.9
25

52
5.3

4.3
4.3

6.0
6.1

2

-2
7.0
6.9
5
-.6

-.1
5.3
5.3
.6

0
3.3
3.4
3
-.4
.7

0
3.0
4.0
-5
-.5

-.1
4.4
4.9
-.1
-.5
5

0
5.2
5.6
-.1
-.4
5

-.1
6.4
6.9
-.1
-.3
5

-.1

8.4
8.9
.1
-.6

4.9

4.1

3.7
2
2
0
0

3.7

35

0
0

.2
0
0

4.1
.3
.3
0
0

National income .

74.1

Domestic business

Other private business .
Compensation of employees .
Wages and salaries .
__ r r
j to wages and salaries
P[
Wtors' income with inventory valuation and

2
2

0
0

Proprietors' income witi inventory valuation
adjustment
Capital consumption adjustment
Rental income of persons with capital
consumption adjustment
Rental income of persons
Capital consumption adjustment
Net interest

.6

2
2

0
0

1.8

-2

2
2

1.1

17.4

62
6.1

2

6.1
72
0

-1.1
1.1
20.4
7.1

6.8
2

125

4.1

1.0
-1.1
1.1

7.3
-.7

-1.0
1.0

1.6

8.9
102

-2
-1.1

-1.0

5

-.5
5

.7

65
6.5
.3
10.9

192
72
6.9
.3
115

20.9
75
75
5
12.6

275
9.8
9.4
.3
17.0

37.0
12.7
12.3
.4
23.8

43.7
14.6
142
.4
28.7

4.4
45

4.4
45

4.4
45

6.4
6.5

10.1
105

12.0
122

-.1
7.1
7,6

-.1

-2

-2

-2

0
-.3
.5

13.7
14.4
-.4
-.3
5

16.7
17.0

-.4
5

10.7
11.6
-.6
-.3
5

4.8
.3
5
0
0

4.9
.3
.3
0
0

55
.4
.3
0
.1

65
.4
.4
0
.1

7.0
.5
.5
0
.1

182

6.8

75
0
-.4
.5

-2

82
8.6

-2

-.2
.4

0
42

0
1.7

0
2.4

0
25

0
2.7

0
3.2

0
4.1

0
45

4.9
-.7
2.0

20

2.9
-5

32
-5
15

3.3
-.6
15

4.0

-5
1.9

5.1
-.9

5.7
-1.1
1.7

1.8

1.8
12
12
12

1.0
1.0

0

0

0

0

0

1.5
1.5
1.4
0

taweholds and Institutions

2.7

2.3

2.4

25

2.9

32

Compensation
Wages and salaries
Supplements to wages ^

2.7
2.6
0

25
2.3
0

2.4
2.4
0

2.5
25
0

2.9
2.9
0

32
32
0

4.6

7.6

75

95

152

255

4.6
4.4

7.6
7.4
.3

75
75
.3

9.5
92
.3

15.2
14.8
.4

25.6
25.2
.4

.9
.9
.9

.8
.8

Compensation of employees
Wages and salaries..
Supplements to wages ^"salaries

.8

s a i ^ s .!!!!."!!"""!!!

government
Corni
wipensatksn of employees..
Wages and salaries
Supplements to wages and salaries .

2

.9

Restofthe worW1
Compensation of employees
Corporate profits
Net Interest

"""

Addenda:
Domestic income (1*48)
Compensation of employees
(4+13+26+37+41 +45)!
Proprietors' income with inventory valuation and
capital consumption adjustments (16+29).
nentai income of persons with capital
consumption adjustment (32).
Corporate profits with inventory valuation and
capital consumption adjustments 17).
Net interest (11+24+35)
Seefootnote(s)at end of table.




2
5

2
2

.1
.6

5
.1

.3
.1

.4
.1

5
.1

84.6
51.1

73.4
465

585
39.8

425
31.1

39.9
29.6

48.7
345

56.4
37.4

64.3
43.0

72.3
48.0

65.8
45.0

712
482

79.6
522

1027
64.8

136.1
85.3

169.6
109.6

145

11.4

8.7

5.3

55

7.3

10.4

10.7

12.9

11.0

11.5

126

17.1

23.9

28.8

2.0

1.6

1.6

25

2.7

3.2

4.1

4.6

14.4

19.7

23.9

3.1

3.0

2.6

4.9

42

3.4

2.7

1.7

15

24

10.0

6.7

2.4

-.7

-.7

15

32

55

6.1

4.0

5.6

4.0

42

4.3

4.0

3.6

3.7

3.7

3.5

3.5

3.4

3.4

3.1

Table 1.15.—National Income by Sector, Legal Form of Organization, and Type of Income—Continued
[Billions of dollars]
Une

1944

1945

1947

1946

1949

1948

1951

1950

1954

1953

1952

1955

1956

1957

1958

1

Domestic business .
Corporate business
Compensation of employees
Wages and salaries
Supplements to wages and salaries
Corporate profits with nventory valuation and
capital consumption adjustmentsProfits before tax
inventory valuation adjustment
Capital consumption adjustment
Net interest
Sole proprietorships and partnerships Compensation of employees
Wages and salaries.
Supplements to wages and salaries
Proprietors' income with inventory valuation and
capital consumption adjustments.
Farm .
Proprietors' income with inventory valuation
adjustment
Capital consumption adjustment
Nonfarm
Proprietors' income.
inventory valuation adjustment
Capital consumption adjustment
Net interest
Other private busint
Compensation of employees .
Wages and salaries.
Supplements to wages and salaries
Proprietors' income with inventory valuation and
capital consumption adjustments.
Proprietors' income with inventory valuation
adjustment
Capital consumption adjustment .
Rental income of persons with capital
consumption adjustment
Rental income of persons
Capital consumption adjustment
Net interest
Government enterprises .
Compensation of employees
Wages and salaries .
Supplements to wages and salaries
Households and Institutions
Compensation of employees
Wages and salaries
Supplements to wages and salaries .

General government
Compensation of employees
Wages and salaries .
Supplements to wages and salaries
Rest of the worid1

1825

1815

1805

1965

2215

215.6

240.0

277.7

292.1

307.0

307.0

337.1

3572

373.7

376.0

2

1464

1415

1535

1735

1965

1882

2105

241.1

2512

2645

263.6

2905

3075

3202

318.8

3
4
5
6
7

91.4
67.1
63.9
32
24.0

835
64.1
605
32
195

862
69.9
665
3.4
16.5

104.4
822
78.0
42
22.1

1202
912
865
45
295

1155
88.9
84.4
45
275

132.3
98.7
93.0
5.7
34.0

152.6
114.7
107.5
7.1
38.4

158.7
123.1
1155
7.6
36.1

170.1
134.1
1255
85
365

167.4
132.4
123.6
85
352

190.0
144.8
134.8
10.0
45.3

201.7
158.3
147.0
11.3
43.6

2095
166.7
154.0
12.6
42.9

203.3
164.1
151.4
12.7
38.7

8
9
10
11

24.0
-.3
2
5

19.7
-.6
.4
2

242
-5.3
-2.4
-2

305
-5.9
-25
.1

34.6
-22
-32
-.3

285
15
-3.0
-.3

41.9
-5.0
-3.0
-.4

43.0
-12
-3.4
-5

385
1.0
-3.1
-5

395
-1.0
-25
-5

372
-.3
-1.7
-.1

47.4
-1.7
-.3
-.1

475
-2.7
-12
-2

45.8
-15
-1.3
-.1

m
-.3
-1.3
i

12
13
14
15
16

46.4
162
15.7
5
29.9

49.3
17.6
17.1
5
31.4

565
20.4
19.8
.6
362

58.1
22.4
21.8
.7
35.3

64.7
24.0
23.3
5
402

59.7
23.6
225
.8
35.6

64.4
25.3
24.3
1.0
38.5

72.6
28.2
27.0
12
43.8

74.7
295
28.6
12
44.1

75.1
31.4
30.1
15
43.0

75.0
312
29.8
1.4
43.1

78.1
32.2
30.7
15
45.0

81.6
34.1
32.4
1.6
46.6

84.8
352
33.4
1.8
48.6

87.4
352
33.4
1.8
51.0

17
18

115
122

1Z4
12.6

14.8
152

15.0
15.6

17.4
18.1

1£6
13.3

13.5
142

16.0
165

15.0
15.9

12.8
13.7

12.3
13.1

112
12.0

11.0
11.9

10.9
11.9

12.8
13.7

19
20
21
22
23
24

-.3
18.0
182
-.1
-.1
5

-5
19.0
192
-.1
-.1
.3

-.4
21.4
232
-1.7
-.1
5

-.5
205
21.6
-1.5
.1
.4

-.7
22.8
23.0
-.4
2
.4

-.7
23.0
22.0
5
.5
5

-.7
25.0
255
-1.1
.6
.6

-.8
275
275
-.3
.6
.7

-.9
29.1
28 2
2
.7
.7

-.9
302
29.6
-2
5
.7

-.8
30.8
30.1
0
.8
5

-.8
33.8
33.3
-2
5
.8

-.9
35.6
35.1
-.5
1.0
.9

-.9
37.6
37.0
-.3
1.0
1.0

-.9
382
375
-.1

25
26
27
28
29

7.1
5
5
0
.1

72
5
5
0
.1

85
.6
.6
0
2

85
.7
.7
0
2

9.5
5
.8
0
2

10.0
5
5
0
2

115
1.0
5
0
2

125
1.1
1.0
.1
5

14.3
1.1
1.0
.1
.3

16.0
12
1.1
.1
5

17.6
12
1.1
.1
5

18.7
1.3
12
.1
.3

20.0
1.3
12
.1
.3

21.6
1.3
1.3
.1
.3

23.4
1.4
15
.1
.3

$
12

30

.1

.1

2

2

2

2

2

.3

5

5

.3

.3

.4

.4

.4

31
32

0
4.8

0
5.0

0
55

0
5.8

0
65

0
6.7

0
75

0
8.4

0
95

0
10.7

0
11.6

0
12.0

0
12.4

-.1
13.1

-.1
13.9

33
34
35

6.1
-15
1.6

6.5
-15
1.6

75
-1.7
1.6

82
-2.4
1.8

9.0
-2.7
2.1

9.4
-2.7
2.3

10.4
-25
2.7

115
-32
3.1

12.7
-35
35

13.9
-3.3
3.9

14.9
-32
45

155
-3.3
52

15.9
-3.5
5.9

16.6
-3.5
6.9

17.3
-3.4
7.8

36
37
38
39

15
15
15
.1

1.6
1.6
1.6
.1

15
15
15
.1

2.0
2.0
15
.1

2.3
2.3
22
.1

2.6
2.6
2.5
.1

2.7
2.7
2.6
.1

3.0
3.0
2.9
.1

35
35
3.4
.1

35
35
3.4
,1

3.6
3.6
3.5
.1

3.8
3.8
3.7
.1

4.0
4.0
3.8
.2

42
42
4.0
2

4.7
4.7
4.4
.3

40

3.7

4.1

45

5.1

55

5.9

65

65

72

75

8.1

9.1

95

10.6

115

41
42
43

3.7
3.7
0

4.1
4.1
0

45
4.4
0

5.1
5.1
.1

5.6
5.5
.1

5.9
5.9
.1

6.5
6.4
.1

6.9
6.8
.1

72
7.1
.1

7.8
7.6
2

8.1
7.9
2

9.1
8.9
2

9.9
9.6
2

10.6
10.3
.3

115
112
.3

44

325

355

224

175

18.1

20.1

212

27.7

315

324

335

34.8

372

395

425

45
46
47

325
315
5

35.3
33.4
2.0

22.4
18.9
3.5

17.6
15.6
2.0

18.1
16.8
1.3

20.1
18.3
1.8

212
20.0
12

27.7
26.3
1.4

315
30.0
1.6

32.4
30.9
15

33.0
31.4
1.7

34.8
32.9
1.9

372
35.0
2.3

39.8
37.0
2.8

42.9
39.7
32

48

5

4

.7

12

15

15

15

25

2.1

2.0

22

25

2.9

32

2.7

Compensation of employees..
Corporate profits
Net interest

49
50
51

-.1
.4
.1

-.1
.3
.1

0
.7
.1

.1
1.0
.1

.1
1.3
2

.1
1.1
2

.1
1.3
2

0
1.7
2

0
1.9
2

0
15
2

-1
2.0
.3

-1
2.4
.3

-.1
2.8
2

-.1
3.1
2

-.1
25
.3

Domestic income (1~48)
Compensation of employees
(4+13+26+37+41 +45).
Proprietors' income with inventory valuation and
capital consumption adjustments (16+29).
Rental income of persons with capital
consumption adjustment (32).
Corporate profits with inventory valuation and
capital consumption adjustments (7).
Net interest (11+24+35)

52
53

182.4
1215

181.4
1235

1802
119.7

195.7
130.0

2205
142.0

2142
1415

238.5
155.3

275.7
181.6

290.0
1965

305.0
210.4

304.8
209.4

3345
226.0

354.4
2445

370.5
257.8

3732
2595

54

30.0

315

36.4

355

40.4

355

385

44.0

44.4

43.3

43.4

45.3

46.9

48.9

51.4

55

45

5.0

55

5.8

6.3

6.7

7.6

8.4

95

10.7

11.6

12.0

12.4

13.1

13.9

56

24.0

195

165

22.1

295

275

34.0

38.4

36.1

365

352

45.3

43.6

42.9

38.7

57

22

2.1

1.7

25

2.3

25

25

3.3

3.6

45

5.1

5.9

6.6

7.8

9.4

the vrorid.




Table 1.16.—Gross Domestic Product of Corporate Business in Current Dollars and Gross Domestic Product of Nonfinancial
Corporate Business in Current and Constant Dollars: Annual, 1929-58, and Quarterly, 1946-58
Line

1929

1930

1931

1932

1933

1934

1935

1936

Billions of dollars

Gross domestic product of corporate business
C n u pi n of fixed capital
o s m to

54.4

265

33.1

422

473

42.4

46.6

533

4.4

4.3

4.4

4.4

4.9

5.0

4.9

5.1

425

32.5

23.1

22.3

28.7

32.3

37.7

42.9

37.4

41.6

48.2

35

3.4

35

4.0

4.6

4.6

4.8

5.1

5.0

52

5.6

6.6

45.5
34.3
33.8
.4
10.0

Domestic income
Compensation of employees
Wages and salaries.
Supplements to wages and salaries
Corporate profits with inventory valuation
adjustment and capital consumption adjustment
Profits before tax
Profits tax liability
Profits after tax
Dividends
Undistributed profits .
Inventory valuation adjustment ....
Capital consumption adjustment .
Net interest

275

5.0

35

Indirect business tax and nontax liability plus
business transfer payments less subsidies.

375

5.3

49.0

Net domestic product

47.8

5.5

.....

30.8
30.4
.4
6.7

29.2
25.4
25.0
.4
2.4

19.6
19.0
18.7
.3
-.7

18.3
18.0
17.7
.3
-.7

24.1
21.1
20.7
.3

27.6
23.1
22.7
.4
3.2

32.9
26.3
25.6
.6
5.5

37.8
30.6
29.3
1.3

32.3
27.3
253
1.4
4.0

36.4
29.8
28.3
15
5.6

42.6
32.9
31.2
1.6
8.9

56.8
41.6
39.6
2.0
14.4

.4
5
-.1
4.1
-42
2.4
-.4
1.4

-1.4
.4
-1.8
2.6
-4.4
1.0
-.3
1.3

1.7
.5
1.2
2.0
-.8
-2.1
-.3
1.0

3.0
.7
2.3
2.5
-2
-.6
-.6
13

4.1
1.0
3.1
2.9
.2
1.0
-1.1

10.2
2.8
7.3
3.8
3.6

18.0
7.6
10.3
4.2
6.1
-2.5

1.1

7.3
1.4
5.9
3.6
2.3
-.7
-1.0
1.0

-1.1
.8

2.4

2.4

25

39.9

44.2

503

10.4
1.4
9.0
5.6
3.4
5
-.9

13

Gross domestic product of financial corporate
business.

42

.8
3.3
5.3
-2.0
3.3
-.7
1.4
2J6

Gross domestic product of nonfinancial
corporate business.

50.8

452

2.1

1.8

1.8
25.7

4.8
30.6

43

42

0

23
393

4.3

21,4

20.8

26.9

3.4

3.2

3.4

3.8

4.4

42.1
32.3
31.9
.4
8.4

36.7
29.0
28.6
.4
6.1

27.4
23.7
23.3
.3
13

18.1
17.6
17.3
.3
-1.3

17.0
16.7
16.4
.3
-15

22.5
19.7
19.4
.3
1.1

3.5
.7
2.7
5.0
-23
3.3
-.6
1.6

Net interest

52
40.1

3.4

Indirect business tax and nontax liability plus
business transfer payments less subsidies.
Domestic income .
Compensation of emptoyei
Wages and salaries
Supplements to wages and salaries
Corporate profits with inventory valuation
adjustment and capital consumption adjustment
Profits before tax
.
Profits tax liability
..
I.1..I..
Profits after tax
Dividends
Undistributed profits . . " I ZZZZZZ
Inventory valuation adjustment

-1.1
1.1

^sumption offixedcapital
«et domestic product
Indirect business tax and rontoTiiStypius""
&usiness transfer payments less subsidies.
Domestic income
'




40

-1.0

.7

-.1
5
-.6
33

-4A

-2.0
.3
-2.4
2.4
-4.8

1.0
.5
5
2.0
-1.5

2.4
-.4
1.8

1.0

-2.1

-.3
1.7

-.3
1.7

2.3
.7
1.6
2.3
-.7
-.6
-.6
1.7

4.3

4.8

4.9

4.8

5.0

355

40.6

35.1

39.4

45.9

60.8

4.7

5.0

4.9

5.1

5.5

6.4

25.8
21.7
21.3
.3
25

30.8
24.8
24.2

35.6
29.0
27.7

4.4

5.1

302
25.7
24.3
1.3
3.0

34.3
28.2
26.8
1.4
4.6

40.4
31.2
29.6
1.6
7.8

54.4
39.8
37.9
1.9
133

3.3
.9
2.4
2.4
.1

5.8
1.3
4.4
4.1
.3
-.7
-.6
1.6

3.1
.9
2.2
2.6
-5
1.0
-1.1
15

6.3
1.4
4.9
3.3
1.6
-.7

9.0
2.7
6.3
35
2.8

16.7
7.5
9.3
3.9
5.4
-2.5
-1.0
1.3

30.3

-2

-.6
1.6

.6

Billions of 1987 dollars
Gross domestic product of nonfinancial
corporate bustess.

45.4

- 2

345

5.3

Net domestic product

-.6
13

-2

312

35.4

455

Consumption of fixed capital.

72
15
5.7
45
1.1

2.0
25.0

6.1

4.1
1.0
3.1
2.7
.4

683

1.2
62
1.4
4.7
42

5
0

-1.0
1.6

- 2

-1.0

-1.0

15

1.4

Table 1.16.—Gross Domestic Product of Corporate Business in Current Dollars and Gross Domestic Product of Nonfinanciai
Corporate Business in Current and Constant Dollars: Annual, 1929-58, and Quarterly, 1946-58—Continued
Line

1944

1945

1946

1947

1948

1949

1950

1951

1952

1953

1954

1955

1956

1957

Billions of dollars

1

106.1

99.5

104.2

1255

1445

1415

1605

183.7

192.5

2062

2035

2295

245.4

Consumption of fixed capital

2

6.4

6.5

7.6

92

10.7

11.5

12.3

142

152

16.3

17.2

18.3

20.6

22.7

Net domestic product

3

99.7

93.0

96.6

116.6

133.7

130.0

148.0

169.5

1772

190.0

186.6

211.2

224.8

233.9

Indirect business tax and nontax liability plus
business transfer payments less subsidies.

4

8.3

92

10.4

12.3

13.6

142

15.7

16.9

18.5

19.8

192

212

23.0

24.4

Domestic income
Compensation of employees
Wages and salaries
Supplements to wages and salaries
Corporate profits with inventory valuation
adjustment and capital consumption adjustment
Profits before tax
Profits tax liability
Profits after tax
Dividends
Undistributed profits
Inventory valuation adjustment
Capital consumption adjustment
Net interest

5
6
7
8
9

91.4
67.1
63.9
32
24.0

83.8
64.1
60.9
32
19.5

86.2
69.9
66.5
3.4
16.5

104.4
82.2
78.0
42
22.1

1202
912
86.9
4.3
29.3

115.8
88.9
84.4
4.5
27.3

132.3
98.7
93.0
5.7
34.0

152.6
114.7
107.5
7.1
38.4

158.7
123.1
115.5
7.6
36.1

170.1
134.1
125.8
8.3
36.3

167.4
132.4
123.6
8.8
352

190.0
144.8
134.8
10.0
45.3

201.7
158.3
147.0
11.3
43.6

209.5
166.7
154.0
12.6
42.9

10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17

24.0
12.9
11.1
4.3
6.7
-.3
2
.3

19.7
10.7
9.0
4.4
4.6
-.6
.4
2

24.2
9.1
15.1
52
9.9
-5.3
-2.4
~2

30.9
11.3
19.7
5.6
14.0
-5.9
-2.9
.1

34.6
12.4
222
62
16.0
-22
-32
-.3

28.5
10.2
18.3
6.4
11.9
1.9
-3.0
-.3

41.9
17.9
24.0
7.9
16.1
-5.0
-3.0
-.4

43.0
22.6
20.4
7.5
13.0
-12
-3.4
-5

38.3
19.4
18.9
7.5
11.4
1.0
-3.1
-5

39.8
20.3
19.5
7.7
11.8
-1.0
-2.5
-.3

372
17.6
19.6
7.9
11.7
-.3
-1.7
-.1

47.4
22.0
25.3
9.0
16.3
-1.7
-.3
-.1

47.5
22.0
25.5
9.6
15.9
-2.7
-12
-2

45.8
21.4
24.4
10.0
14.4
-1.5
-1.3
-.1

18

3.3

35

45

45

55

62

6.6

72

8.3

95

10.1

105

115

122

19

102.7

96 J)

995

1215

1385

135.3

153.7

176 5

1842

196.8

193.7

218.7

233.9

244.3

Gross domestic product of corporate business

Gross domestic product of financial corporate
Gross domestic product of nonfinanciai
corporate business.

256.6

Consumption of fixed capital

20

62

6.3

7.4

9.0

10.4

112

12.1

13.9

14.9

15.9

165

17.8

20.1

22.1

Net domestic product

21

96.6

89.6

92.5

112.4

128.5

124.1

141.7

162.6

169.3

180.9

176.9

200.9

213.8

2222

Indirect business tax and nontax liability plus
business transfer payments less subsidies.

22

8.1

8.9

10.1

11.9

13.1

13.7

152

16.4

17.9

19.1

18.5

20.5

22.2

23.5

Domestic income .
Compensation of employees ...
Wages and salaries .
Supplements to wages and salaries
Corporate profits with inventory valuation
adjustment and capital consumption adjustment
Profits before tax
Profits tax liability .
Profits after tax
Dividends .
Undistributed profits
Inventory valuation adjustment....
Capital consumption adjustment .
Net interest

23
24
25
26
27

88.5
65.1
62.0
3.1
22.4

80.7
61.9
58.8
3.1
17.8

82.4
67.2
63.9
3.3
14.5

1005
79.1
75.1
4.0
20.5

115.4
87.7
83.6
4.1
26.7

110.3
852
80.9
4.3
242

1265
94.7
89.2
5.5
30.9

1462
1102
103.3
6.8
35.0

151.4
1182
110.8
7.3
32.0

161.7
128.6
120.7
8.0
31.8

158.4
126.4
118.1
8.3
30.5

180.4
138.4
128.9
9.5
40.4

191.6
151.3
140.5
10.8
38.5

198.7
159.0
146.9
12.0
37.5

28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35

22.3
12.6
9.7
4.1
5.7
-.3
.3
1.0

17.9
10.2
7.7
4.1
3.6
-.6
.5
1.0

22.1
8.6
13.5
4.8
8.7
-5.3
-2.3
.7

292
10.8
18.4
5.5
12.9
-5.9
-25
5

315
11.8
20.1
6.0
142
-22
-3.0
.9

252
9.3
15.9
6.0
9.9
1.9
-2.9
1.0

38.7
16.9
21.8
7.5
14.4
-5.0
-2.9
.9

39.4
212
182
7.1
11.1
-1.2
-32
1.1

34.0
17.8
162
7.1
9.1
1.0
-3.0
12

35.1
18.5
16.7
7.3
9.4
-1.0
-2.3
1.3

32.4
15.6
16.7
7.4
9.3
-.3
-1.6
1.6

42.3
20.2
22.1
8.5
13.7
-1.7
-.2
1.6

42.2
20.1
222
9.0
13.1
-2.7
-1.0
1.8

40.2
19.1
21.1
9.3
11.9
-1.5
-12
2.2

Billions of 1987 dollars
Gross domestic product ot nonfinanciai
corporate business.

36

Consumption of fixed capital ...»
Net domestic product
Indirect business tax and nontax liability plus
business transfer payments less subsidies.
Domestic income

37
38
39




40

570,4

»«••«

•

569.7

6415

6872

7175

766.0

7562

835.0

8652

8745

572
5132
72.7

59.7
510.0
72.9

62.0
579.8
76.8

64.7
622.5
79.0

67.7
649.3
81.1

70.8
6952
83.8

74.0
682.1
842

77.1
757.9
89.8

80.7
784.5
925

84.1
790.4
94.4

440.4

437.0

503.0

543 5

5682

611.4

598.0

668.1

692.0

696.0

Table 1.16.—Gross Domestic Product of Corporate Business in Current Dollars and Gross Domestic Product of Nonfinancial
Corporate Business in Current and Constant Dollars: Annual, 1929-58, and Quarterly, 1946-58-Continued
1946

1947

1948

Line
I

II

III

IV

I

III

II

IV

I

II

1949
III

IV

I

II

1950
11
1

IV

1

II

Billions of dollars

1

933

101.7

108.1

114.0

119.1

1243

127.1

1333

139.9

1433

146.1

1485

1452

141.1

1423

1373

1453

Consumption of fixed capital

2

6.5

72

8.0

8.6

9.0

9.1

9.3

9.6

10.0

10.4

11.1

11.3

113

11.5

115

11.6

113

12.0

Net domestic product

3

865

94.4

100.1

105.5

110.1

1152

117.9

123.4

129.9

132.8

135.0

137.2

133.9

129.6

130.4

1262

133.3

142.7

Indirect business tax and nontax liability plus
business transfer payments less subsidies.

4

9.9

10.2

10.6

10.9

11.9

12.0

122

12.9

13.0

135

13.8

13.9

13.9

14.1

14.4

14.4

14.7

15.4

Domestic income .
Compensation of employees..
Wages and salaries .
Supplements to wages and salaries
Corporate profits with inventory valuation
adjustment and capital consumption adjustment
Profits before tax
Profits tax liability
Profits after tax
Dividends
Undistributed profits
Inventory valuation adjustment
Capital consumption adjustment
Net interest

5
6
7
8
9

76.6
63.2
60.0
32
13.6

842
682
64.8
3.3
16.3

895
72.7
69.2
3.5
17.0

94.6
75.5
71.9
3.7
19.3

98.2
792
75.2
4.0
18.9

1032
80.6
765
4.1
22.6

105.7
82.8
78.6
42
22.8

1105
86.1
81.7
4.4
24.3

116.9
89.1
84.8
42
28.1

119.3
89.9
85.6
42
29.7

121.3
92.7
88.4
4.3
28.8

123.2
93.1
88.7
4.3
30.4

120.0
912
86.8
4.3
292

1155
89.1
84.6
4.5
26.8

116.0
882
83.6
4.5
282

111.9
87.1
82.5
4.6
25.0

118.6
90.7
855
52
28.4

127.4
95.7
902
5.5
32.0

10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17

16.3
6.1
10.2
4.8
5.4
-12
-1.5
-2

212
8.0
132
5.1
8.1
-2.8
-2.2
-2

27.9
10.5
17.4
5.3
12.1
-8.1
-2.8
-.2

31.4
11.8
19.6
5.6
14.1
-8.9
-32
-2

31.9
11.6
20.3
5.4
14.9
-9.7
-3.3
0

30.0
10.9
19.1
5.6
13.4
-4.7
-2.8
0

29.6
10.8
18.8
5.9
13.0
-4.0
-2.8
.1

32.3
11.8
205
5.7
14.8
-52
-2.8
.1

33.8
12.1
21.7
62
155
-2.9
-2.8
-.3

35.6
12.8
22.8
5.8
17.0
-2.9
-3.1
-.3

35.1
126
22.5
6.3
162
-2.8
-3.4
-.3

33.9
12.2
21.7
65
15.2
-.1
-3.4
-.3

30.8
11.0
19.8
6.3
13.4
1.4
-3.1
-.3

27.1
9.7
17.4
6.3
11.0
2.8
-3.1
-.3

28.2
10.1
18.1
6.2
11.8
3.0
-3.0
-.3

27.7
9.9
17.8
6.7
112
2
-2.9
-.3

31.8
13.6
182
7.4
108
-.7
-2.7
-.5

38.3
16.3
21.9
7.5
14.4
-3.3
-2.9
-.4

Gross domestic product of financial corporate
business.

18

42

4.3

43

4.4

4.3

4.4

45

4.9

4.9

53

5.7

6.1

6.1

62

6.3

6.4

62

65

Gross domestic product of nonfinancial
ifoess.
corporate busl

19

88.8

97.3

103.8

109.7

114.8

119.8

122.7

128.1

135.0

138 3

140.4

142.4

139.1

135.0

135.7

131.5

1383

148.2

Consumption of fixed capital

20

6.3

7.1

7.8

8.3

8.7

8.9

9.0

9.4

9.7

10.2

10.8

11.1

11.0

11.2

11.3

11.4

11.5

11.7

Net domestic product

21

62.4

90.3

96.0

101.3

106.0

111.0

113.7

118.7

125.3

127.8

129.6

131.4

128.0

123.7

124.4

120.1

127.3

1365

Indirect business tax and nontax liability plus
business transfer payments less subsidies.

22

9.6

9.9

10.3

10.6

11.6

11.6

11.8

12.5

12.6

13.1

13.4

135

13.5

13.7

13.9

13.9

142

14.9

Domestic income ,
Compensation of employees.
Wages and salaries .
Supplements to wsges and salaries
Corporate profits with inventory valuation
adjustment and capital consumption adjustment
Profits before tax
Profits tax liability ,
Profits after tax
Dividends .
Undistributed profits ..
Inventory valuation adjustment ...
Capital consumption adjustment.
Net interest

23
24
25
26
27

72.8
60.6
57.6
3.1
115

80.3
65.5
62.3
32
142

85.7
69.9
66.6
3.3
15.1

90.7
72.7
692
35
17.4

94.5
762
72.4
3.9
17.4

99.3
775
73.6
3.9
21.0

101.8
79.8
75.7
4.1
212

1062
82.9
78.7
42
22.5

112.7
85.8
81.7
4.1
26.0

114.7
86.5
82.4
4.1
27.3

1162
892
85.1
4.1
262

117.9
89.5
85.4
4.1
275

114.6
87.5
83.4
4.1
26.1

110.1
85.4
81.1
4.3
23.7

110.5
84.5
80.1
4.3
25.0

1062
83.3
78.9
4.4
21.9

113.1
86.8
81.8
5.0
25.3

121.6
91.7
86.4
5.3
29.0

28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35

14.2
5.6
85
4.4
4.1
-12
-1.4
.6

19.1
7.5
115
4.8
6.8
-2.8
-2.1
.7

25.9
10.0
15.9
5.0
10.9
-3.1
-2.7
.7

29.4
11.4
18.1
5.3
12.8
-3.9
-3.1
.7

302
11.1
19.0
5.2
13.9
-9.7
-3.1
.8

28.4
105
17.8
5.4
12.4
-4.7
-2.6
.8

27.9
10.4
175
5.7
11.8
-4.0
-2.7
.9

30.3
11.3
19.0
5.5
135
-52
-2.6
.8

31.5
11.6
19.9
6.0
13.9
-2.9
-2.7
1.0

33.1
122
20.9
5.6
15.3
-2.9
-2.9
.9

322
11.9
20.3
6.0
14.4
-2.8
-3.3
.9

30.8
11.4
19.4
62
132
-.1
-32
.8

27.6
10.2
17.4
6.0
11.4
1.4
-2.9
1.0

23.8
8.8
15.0
5.9
9.0
2.8
-3.0
1.0

24.9
92
15.7
5.8
9.8
3.0
-2.9
1.0

24.5
9.1
15.4
62
92
2
-2.8
1.0

28.6
12.6
16.0
7.0
9.1
-.7
-2.6
1.0

35.1
15.3
19.8
7.1
12.7
-3.3
-2.8
.9

Gross domestic product of corporate business

154.7

Billions of 1987 dollars
Gross domestic product of nonfinancial
corporate business.
Consumption of fixed capital
«et domestic product
direct business tax arid" noritex liability pius"
D^ness transfer payments less subsidies.
Domestic income




569.0

569.4

5663

5773

5753

5682

5753

5593

592.6

6303

56.1
512.9
72.8

56.9
512.5
72.7

57.6
508.4
72.7

58.3
518.7
72.7

58.9
516.5
72.3

59.4
508.7
73.2

60.0
515.3
73.0

60.5
499.4
73.3

61.1
5315
73.9

61.7
5692
76.0

440.1

439.8

435.7

446.1

444.2

435.6

4423

426.0

457.6

493.2

Table 1.16.—Gross Domestic Product of Corporate Business in Current Dollars and Gross Domestic Product of Nonfinancial
Corporate Business in Current and Constant Dollars: Annual, 1929-58, and Quarterly, 1946-58-Continued

III

IV

1

II

III

IV

I

IV

III

II

1954

1953

1952

1951

1950
Line

III

II

I

IV

1

II

11
1

IV

210.6

Billions of dollars

1

166.7

174.8

1795

182.6

1844

1875

189.0

1875

1905

2024

2065

2092

208.7

2002

2005

2012

2032

Consumption offixedcapital

2

125

13.1

13.8

14.1

14.3

14.6

14.9

152

15.3

15.6

155

162

165

16.6

165

17.1

17.3

17.6

Net domestic product

3

1542

161.7

166.1

168.6

170.1

173.3

174.1

172.7

1752

186.8

191.0

193.1

192.1

183.6

183.7

184.0

185.9

193.0

Indirect business tax and nontax liability plus
business transfer payments less subsidies.

4

16.7

16.1

172

16.5

16.7

17.3

17.8

18.4

18.7

192

19.6

20.0

19.9

19.7

19.2

19.1

19.0

195

Domestic income
Compensation of employees —
Wages and salaries
Supplements to wages and salaries .„
Corporate profits with inventory valuation
adjustment and capital consumption adjustment
Profits before tax
Profits tax liability
Profits after tax
Dividends
..
Undistributed profits
.......
Inventory valuation adjustment
Capital consumption adjustment
Net interest
-

5
6
7
8
9

1375
101.7
955
5.9
362

145.7
106.8
1005
6.3
392

149.0
111.4
104.6
6.8
38.0

152.1
114.7
107.6
7.1
37.9

153.4
115.5
108.3
72
38.4

156.0
117.1
109.7
7.4
395

1565
120.0
1125
7.5
36.9

154.4
120.3
1127
75
34.6

156.5
122.6
115.0
7.7
34.4

167.6
129.6
121.7
7.9
385

17t.4
1325
124.4
8.1
39.2

173.1
135.0
126.7
8.3
38.3

1722
135.2
126.8
8.4
375

1635
133.7
1255
8.5
30.5

164.4
131.9
1232
8.7
325

164.9
1312
122.6
8.6
33.8

166.8
131.4
122.6
8.8
35.6

173.5
134,9
125.9
9.0
38.6

10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17

46.5
19.9
26.5
8.0
18.5
-7.3
-3.0
-.4

512
21.8
29.3
8.5
20.9
-3.4
-.4

50.3
26.3
24.1
7.4
16.7
-8.7
-3.6
-.4

42.3
22.3
20.0
75
125
-1.0
-3.4
-5

382
20.1
18.1
75
10.6
35
-3.3
-5

41.1
215
19.6
7.4
12.1
. 15
-3.1
-5

38.8
19.8
19.0
7.1
11.9
1.3
-3.2
-.6

36.7
18.7
18.1
7.7
10.4
12
-3.3
-5

36.8
18.6
182
75
10.7
.7
-3.1
-5

40.8
20.5
20.3
7.7
12.5
.8
-3.1
-5

42.6
21.6
21.0
7.3
13.7
-.4
-25
-.4

42.6
21.7
20.9
7.9
12.9
-1.6
-2.6
-.3

41.7
212
20.5
7.9
12.6
-2.0
-2.4
-.3

32.3
16.6
15.7
7.8
7.9
0
-1.9
-.3

34.6
16.4
182
8.1
10.1
0
-2.0
0

35.7
16.9
18.8
7.5
112
0
-1.9
-.1

38.0
17.9
20.1
8.0
12.1
-.7
-1.7
-.2

40.8
19.3
215
7.9
13.6
-.5
-1.4
-.2

Gross domestic product of financial corporate
business.

16

6.7

65

65

7.1

75

7.7

7.7

8.1

8.4

85

9.1

9.4

9.7

9.6

10.1

10.1

10.1

102

Gross domestic product of nonfinancial
corporate busntss.

19

1605

1675

1735

1755

177.1

1802

1814

1795

182.0

1935

1975

1995

1995

1905

1904

191.1

193.1

2004

Gross domestic product of corporate business

Consumption of fixed capital

20

122

125

13.4

13.7

14.0

14.3

14.5

145

14.9

15.3

155

15.8

16.1

162

16.5

16.7

16.9

172

Net domestic product —

21

1475

155.1

159.6

1615

163.1

165.9

1665

165.0

167.1

178.4

1825

184.0

1825

174.3

173.9

174.4

1762

1832

Indirect business tax and nontax liability plus
business transfer payments less subsidies.

22

16.1

15.5

165

15.9

162

16.7

172

17.8

18.1

18.6

19.0

19.3

192

19.0

18.5

18.4

18.3

18.7

Domestic income
«...
Compensation of employees.....
—
Wages and salaries
Supplements to wages and salaries
Corporate profits with inventory valuation
adjustment and capital consumption adjustment
Profits before tax
Profits tax liability —
Profits after tax
Dividends
Undistrtouted profits
Inventory valuation adjustment
Capital consumption adjustment
Net interest

23
24
25
26
27

131.7
97.6
91.9
5.7
33.1

139.6
1025
965
6.0
36.1

143.0
107.1
100.5
6.6
34.8

145.9
1102
103.4
65
34.6

147.0
110.9
104.0
6.9
34.9

149.2
112.4
105.3
7.1
35.6

149.6
1152
108.1
72
33.2

1472
115.4
108.1
72
30.7

149.0
117.6
1102
7.3
302

1595
124.4
116.9
7.6
34.1

163.3
127.2
1195
75
345

164.7
129.6
121.6
7.9
33.9

163.6
129.6
121.6
8.1
32.7

155.3
128.1
120.0
8.1
25.8

155.4
126.1
117.9
8.3
27.9

155.9
125.4
117.2
82
29.1

157.9
125.4
117.0
8.3
30.9

164.4
120.7
1202
85
34.0

28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35

43.3
18.9
24.4
7.6
16.8
-7.3
-2.9
.9

47.9
20.8
27.1
8.1
19.0
-8.5
-35
5

47.1
25.1
22.0
7.1
15.0
-8.7
-35
1.1

38.9
205
175
72
10.7
-1.0
-3.3
1.1

34.6
18.8
15.8
7.1
8.7
3.5
-3.1
1.1

372
20.1
17.0
7.1
9.9
15
-3.0
1.1

34.9
18.3
16.7
6.7
9.9
1.3
-3.1
1.2

32.6
17.1
155
7.3
82
12
-3.1
12

32.4
17.0
15.4
7.1
85
.7
-3.0
1.3

362
18.9
17.3
7.3
10.0
.8
-2.9
1.3

38.1
19.9
182
6.9
11.3
-.4
-2.8
1.3

38.0
20.0
18.1
75
10.6
-1.6
-2.5
12

37.0
19.4
17.6
75
10.1
-2.0
-2.3
1.3

27.5
14.7
12.8
7.3
55
0
-1.7
1.4

29.8
14.4
15.3
7.7
7.7
0
-1.9
1.4

30.9
14.9
15.9
7.1
8.8
0
-1.7
1.5

332
16.0
172
7.5
9.7
-.7
-1.6
1.6

35.8
17.3
18.5
7.4
11.1
-.5
-1.3
1.7

Billions of 1987 dollars
Gross domestic product of nonfinandal
corporate busfess.

36

6625

6812

665.1

687.1

6935

702.7

7095

7065

706.7

7454

7685

7752

7715

7485

7445

746.4

7565

7775

Consumption offixedcapital
Net domestic product
indirect business tax and nontax liability plus
business transfer payments less subsidies.
Domestic income
—

37
38
39

62.3
600.4
79.7

63.0
6182
77.7

63.6
601.4
79.4

645
6225
78.0

65.1
628.7
78.9

655
636.9
79.7

66.6
6432
79.9

675
638.9
80.9

68.1
638.6
80.9

685
676.6
825

69.6
699.3
84.0

70.4
704.8
835

712
700.1
83.8

72.0
6765
83.6

72.9
671.7
83.3

73.7
672.7
83.3

74.4
682.0
84.3

752
702.1
85.8

40

520.8

5405

522.0

5445

549.9

5572

5635

558.0

557.7

593.8

615.3

620.9

616.3

592.9

588.4

589.5

597.7

616.3




Table 1.16.—Gross Domestic Product of Corporate Business in Current Dollars and Gross Domestic Product of Nonfinancial
Corporate Business in Current and Constant Dollars: Annual, 1929-58, and Quarterly, 1946-5&-Continued
1955
Line
1

1
1

1956

•1 "
1

1

1
1

1957
11
1

IV

1
1

|

1958
ill

IV

I

II

III

IV

265.1

Billions of dollars

1

220.2

227.1

2325

2384

2404

243.7

2455

2522

257.0

257.0

2585

253.7

244.7

2444

2532

Consumption of fixed capital

2

17.7

18.0

185

19.0

19.8

20.3

21.0

21.4

22.1

225

224

232

232

23.6

239

242

Net domestic product

3

202.5

209.1

213.9

219.3

2202

223.4

224.6

2305

2345

234.6

235.6

2305

2215

220.7

229.3

240.9

Indirect business tax and nontax liability plus
business transfer payments (ess subsidies.

4

202

21.0

21.6

22.0

22.4

22.7

23.3

23.9

24.1

24.4

24.7

245

24 4

24.6

24.9

25.7

Domestic income .
Compensation of employees
Wages and salaries
Supplements to wages and salaries
Corporate profits with inventory valuation
adjustment and capital consumption adjustment
Profits before tax
Profits tax liability .
Profits after tax ..„.
Dividends.
Undistributed profits
Inventory valuation adjustment
Capital consumption adjustment
Net interest

5
6
7
8
9

1822
138.4
129.0
9.5
44.0

188.1
143.0
1332
95
452

1922
146.8
1365
10.1
455

1974
150.9
1405
10.4
46.4

197.9
154.0
143.1
104
44.0

200.7
157.0
145.8
112
43.9

201.4
158.8
1474
115
425

206.9
163.6
1514
115
43.6

210.7
165.8
153 5
124
44.9

2102
166.6
154.1
125
43.7

211.0
167.9
155.1
124
43.3

206.0
1664
153,4
12.9
39.9

197.3
1622
149.6
125
34.7

1962
160.3
147.8
125
35.4

204.4
164.5
151.8
12.7
39.4

2152
1695
156.4
13.1
452

10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17

45.9
214
24.6
8.6
16.0
-1.1
-4
2

46.6
21.6
25.0
85
162
-.9
-5
-.1

47.6
222
25.4
94
16.1
-22
2
-.1

49.4
23.1
26.3
94
17.0
-25
-2
0

47.4
210
25.3
95
154
-24
-.4
-.1

48.4
225
26.0
95
16.4
-3.6
-4
-2

45.6
21.1
245
95
15.0
-12
-1.6
-4

48.4
22.3
26.1
10.0
16.1
-3.0
-1.7
-.3

49.1
225
264
10.0
16.3
-2.4
-14
0

46.6
214
24.7
94
14.9
-15
-15
-.1

45.6
21.4
242
10.0
142
-1.3
-1.1
-2

41.8
19.6
222
10.0
122
-.9
-.9
-2

35.7
16.9
18.8
10.0
8.8
-2
-5
.4

365
172
192
10.0
92
.3
-1.4
5

412
19.4
215
9.9
114
-2
-15
5

475
22.3
252
9.7
155
-.9
-1.4
5

Gross domestic product offinancialcorporate
business.

18

105

10.7

104

114

112

115

11.6

11.7

12.1

12.1

124

124

134

135

135

134

Gross domestic product of nonfinancial
corporate business.

19

209.7

2164

2214

2274

2284

2322

2344

2405

2444

2454

2462

2414

2314

2304

2394

251.1

Gross domestic product of corporate business

Consumption of fixed capital.

20

17.3

175

18.0

18.5

194

195

205

20.9

215

21.9

22.3

22.7

22.6

23.0

234

23.6

Net domestic product

21

192.4

198.9

203.4

208.7

209.5

212.4

2135

219.7

2234

223.1

223.9

218.7

2085

207.9

' 216.4

2275

22

195

205

204

212

21.6

21.9

22.4

23.0

23.3

235

235

235

23.4

23.6

23.9

24.6

184.2
152.1
1404
115
295

1925
156.1
144.1
12.0
33.6

202.9
160.9
1485
12.4
39.1

Indirect business tax and nontax liability plus
business transfer payments less subsidies.
Domestic income .
Compensation of employees .
Wages and salaries..
Statements to wages and salaries
Corporate profits with inventory valuation
adjustment and capital consumption adjustment
Profits before tax
Profits tax liability .
Profits after tax.....
Dividends..
Undistributed profits .
inventory valuation adjustme'm"!"
^ ^ c o n s u m p t i o n adjustment..

23
24
25
26
27

172.9
1322
1232
9.0
39.1

178.6
136.7
1275
9.4
40.3

182.6
140.3
130.6
9.7
40.6

1875
144.3
134.4
9.9
415

187.9
1472
1365
10.4
39.1

190.6
150.0
139.4
10.7
384

191.1
151.7
1405
10.9
37.6

1965
1564
145.0
11.3
38.4

200.0
158.4
146.6
115
395

1995
159.0
147.1
12.0
38.4

2002
160.1
1474
122
37.8

195.1
1584
146.1
12.3
344

185.4
154.1
1422
11.9
285

28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35

405
19.6
21.4
8.0
13.3
-1.1
-.7
1.6

415
195
21.7
65
135
-.9
-.4
1.6

425
204
222
8.7
135
-22
4
1.7

44.4
212
232
84
14.4
-2.8
-.1
1.7

42.4
20.1
222
84
13.4
-24
-4
1.6

432
205
22.7
9.0
13.7
-3.6
-5
1.7

404
192
21.1
8.9
122
-12
-15
15

43.0
20.4
22.6
9.4
132
-3.0
-1.6
14

43.7
20.6
23.0
9.3
13.7
-2.4
-1.7
2.0

412
195
215
92
12.4
-15
-14
2.1

404
19.0
21.0
9.3
11.7
-1.3
-1.0
24

36.1
17.1
19.0
9.3
9.6
-.9
-5
2.4

29.8
14.1
15.7
9.4
6.3
-2
-.7
25

305
145
16.0
9.4
6.6
4
-14
2.7

354
16.7
185
9.3
9.3
-2
-1.4
25

412
195
215
9.0
125
-.9
-14
2.9

Billions of 1987 dollars

8094

8304

8414

8584

8562

8624

8694

8734

8775

877.1

877.7

8655

8202

8294

8484

884.1

37
38
39

759
734.0
875

76.7
753.7
89.4

775
764.0
904

78.4
780.0
92.1

79.3
776.9
924

802
782.1
92.3

812
7874
922

82.1
7914
93.4

82.9
794.7
94.3

83.8
793.3
934

84.5
7932
95.0

852
780.4
94.3

85.8
734.4
92.7

86.4
743.3
93.6

87.0
761.3
95.1

875
7965
96.9

40

6465

664.3

673.7

687.9

684.6

689.8

695.6

697.9

700.4

6995

6982

686.1

641.6

649.7

666.3

699.7

nonftnanctal

36

feaaEsas**''
^JS fi ^ ?s^f w^ paymentst o subsidies.
l n . " a ^ ' ^ less
j ^
Domestic income




•

2. Personal Income and Outlays
Table 2.1 .-Personal Income and Its Disposition: Annual, 1929-58, and Quarterly, 1946-58
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
Line
Personal Income .
Wage and salary disbursements
C^modityiwpducing industries
Manufacturing
Distributive industries .
Service industries .......
Government

1929

1930

1934

1933

1932

1931

1935

1941

1940

1939

1938

1937

1936

1942

1943

1

84.2

755

64.4

49.1

464

525

595

675

732

675

714

77.4

944

1225

1505

2
3
4
5
6
7

505
215
16.1
15.6
8.4
5.0

462
185
13.9
145
8.0
52

392
14.3
105
12.5
7.1
55

305
9.9
7.7
9.8
5.8
5.0

29.0
95
7.8
8.8
5.2
52

33.7
1Z1
9.6
9.9
5.7
6.1

36.7
13.5
10.8
10.7
5.9
6.5

424
15.8
12.4
115
65
7.9

46.1
18.4
14.6
132
7.1
75

43.0
15.3
11.8
12.6
65
8.3

464
17.4
13.6
13.3
7.1
82

494
19.7
15.6
142
75
85

621
27.5
21.7
16.3
8.1
102

82.1
39.1
30.9
18.0
9.0
16.0

105.6
49.0
40.9
20.1
9.9
26.6

A

A

Other labor income

8

5

5

5

.4

5

5

5

4

.6

.7

4

1.1

Proprietors' income with inventory valuation and
capital consumption adjustments.
Farm
Nonfarm .

9

145

11.4

8.7

55

5.5

75

10.4

10.7

124

114

115

125

17.1

234

285

6.1
8.4

4.3
7.1

3.4
5.3

21
3.3

2.5
3.0

2.9
4.4

5.2
5.2

4.3
6.4

6.0
6.9

4.4
6.6

4.4
7.1

4.4
8.3

6.4
10.7

10.1
13.8

12.0
16.9

44

42

3.4

2.7

24

15

15

1.7

15

2.4

25

2.7

32

4.1

4i
4J

Rental income of persons with capital
consumption adjustment

10
11
12

.4

Personal dividend Income

13

55

55

4.1

25

24

25

25

45

4.7

32

3.8

4.0

4.4

45

Personal Merest income

14

65

65

65

54

5.4

55

5.4

52

5A

52

52

52

55

5.1

5.1

Transfer payments to persons
Old-age, survivors, disability, and health insurance
benefits.
Government unemployment insurance benefits
Veterans benefits
Government employees retirement benefits
Other transfer payments
Aid to families with dependent children
Other

15
16

15

1.4

25

15

15

24

22

3.4

27
0

25
0

34
0

34
.1

3.0
.1

25

..............

25
0

17
18
19
20
21
22

"""6
.1
.6

0
.6
.3
1.4

.4
.5
5
1.6

.5
.5
.3
1.6

.4
.5
.3
1.7

.4
5
5
1.7

.1
.5

Less: Personal contributions for social insurance

23

.1

.1

2

2

2

2

2

2

.6

5

.6

.7

5

1.2

1J

24

2.3

21

15

1.1

12

15

1.6

2.0

2.7

25

22

2.3

34

5.7

175

Less: Personal tax and nontax payments

5
.1
5

2
.8

.8
2
1.0

5
2
1.1

.4
2
1.3

.5
2
1.5

15
.3
12

A
5
.3
15

2
A

1.7

Equals: Disposable persona) income

25

815

732

634

48.0

445

515

575

655

70.5

644

69.7

75.0

914

1165

133.1

Less: Personal outlays

26

79.4

71.4

61.6

. 495

465

52.1

565

62.9

67.7

65.1

684

722

82.1

89.7

100.4

27
28
29

775
15
.3

702
.9
.3

60.7
.7
.3

48.7
.5
2

45.9
5
2

51.4
.5
2

55.9
.5
2

62.2
.6
2

66.8
.7
.2

642
.7
2

672
.7
2

712
.8
.2

81.0
.9
2

88.9
.7
.1

99.7
5

Equals: Personal saving

30

25

1.8

15

-15

-1.7

-.5

U

25

28

-2

1.7

2.9

95

264

325

Addenda:
Disposable personal income:
Total, billions of 1987 dollars
Per capita:
Current dollars
1987 dollars .
Population (mid-period, millions) .

31

5855

5422

519.7

449.8

437.0

462.0

5052

565.9

5855

547.6

590.3

6272

713.9

824.7

863.8

32
33
34

672
4507
121.9

594
4,402
1232

507
4,186
124.1

384
3,600
124.9

357
3,477
125.7

407
3,652
126.5

455
3,967
127.4

514
4,415
1282

547
4,540
129.0

499
4213
130.0

532
4,505
131.0

568
4,747
132.1

689
5,352
133.4

864
6,115
134.9

973
6.317
136.7

35

3.0

2.5

21

-3.1

-3.9

-1.1

2.3

4.4

4.0

-5

2.4

3.8

10.7

23.1

24.5

Personal consumption expenditures
Interest paid by persons
Personal transfer payments to rest of the world (net)

Personal saving as percentage of dsposable
personal income.
See note at end of table.




2

Table 2.1.—Personal Income and Its Disposition: Annual, 1923-58, and Quarterly, 1946-58-Continued
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
Line
Personal Income
Wage and salary disbursements .
Commodity-producing industries ..
Manufacturing
Distributive industries
Service industries
Government
-

1944

1945

1946

1947

1948

1949

1950

1951

1952

1953

1954

1955

1956

1957

1958

1

164.4

170.0

177.7

190.1

2093

206.1

2273

2565

273.7

290.4

293.0

3145

3375

3565

3672

2
3
4
5
6
7

1163
50.4
42.9
22.7
10.9
33.0

1175
45.9
382
24.8
11.9
34.9

112.0
46.0
36.5
31.0
14.3
20.7

123.1
542
425
352
16.1
175

1355
61.1
47.1
375
17.9
19.0

1343
573
44.6
37.7
185
20.8

1472
64.8
50.3
39.9
19.9
22.6

1715
76.4
59.4
44.4
21.6
292

185.6
82.1
642
47.0
232
33.3

1993
89.8
71.3
49.9
25.0
34.4

1972
85.8
67.6
50.3
262
34.9

212.1
93.3
73.9
535
28.7
36.6

2293
100.8
79.5
58.0
315
38.8

2393
104.4

241.3
100.3
78.7
61.1
35.9
44.1

82.5
60.7
333
41.0

Other labor Income

8

15

1.8

23

2.4

2.7

23

3.7

4.6

52

53

6.1

73

83

9.0

9A

Proprietors' Income with inventory valuation and
capital consumption adjustments.
Farm
Nonfarm

9

303

315

36.4

355

40.4

353

383

443

44.4

433

43.4

453

463

483

51.4

10
11

11.9
18.1

12.4
19.1

14.8
21.6

15.0
205

17.4
23.0

12.6
232

13.5
252

16.0
28.0

15.0
29.4

123
30.5

12.3
31.1

11.2
34.1

11.0
35.9

10.9
37.9

12.8
38.6

Rental income of persons with capital
consumption adjustment

12

43

53

53

5.8

63

6.7

7.6

8.4

95

10.7

11.6

123

12.4

13.1

13.9

Personal dividend income

13

45

4.7

5.6

63

7.0

72

83

8.6

85

A9

93

105

11.4

113

11.6

Personal Interest Income

14

5.1

5.8

6.6

7.6

8.1

83

9.7

10.5

112

12.7

133

153

17.0

193

20.6

Transfer payments to persons
Old-age, survivors, disability, and health insurance
benefits.
Government unemployment insurance benefits
Veterans benefits
Government employees retirement benefits .
Other transfer payments .
Aid to families with dependent children .
Other

15
16

35
2

6.1
.3

112
.4

11.6
5

11.1
.6

12.1
.7

14.9
1.0

123
1.9

133
22

143
3.0

163
3.6

17.3
4.9

185
5.7

21.4
7.3

253
8.5

17
18

.1
1.0

19
20
21
22

.4
3.0
.5
1.9

1.1
7.0
.7
2.0

.8
7.0
.7
2.6
.3
2.3

.9
5.9
.7
3.0
.4
2.6

1.9
5.3
.9
3.5
.5
3.0

1.5
7.7
1.0
3.8
.6

.9
4.6
1.1
3.9
.6

1.0
4.1
1.4
4.4
.5

4.8
5
4.2

4.1
4.7
2.5
6.0
8

3.9

1.5
4.4
1.9
5.0
.6
4.4

1.9
45
22
55
,7

33

22
42
15
4.5
.6
33

15
4.4
1.7

3.3

1.1
4.3
12
42
.5
3.7

47

52

Less: Personal contributions for social Insurance

23

2.1

22

22

23

3.4

33

43

45

52

53

6.7

63

13

12

23

2.0

Uss: Personal tax and nontax payments

24

m

20.6

18A

21.1

20.6

18.0

20.1

28/4

335

34.9

313

345

38.7

413

40.9

Eqiate: Disposable personal income

25

1453

149.4

1593

169.1

188.4

188.1

207.7

228.1

2402

2555

2612

279.9

2983

3152

3263

Lrn: Personal outlays

26

1093

1203

145.7

164.1

1775

181.1

195.4

2115

2223

2375

245.0

2643

2775

292.6

302.3

27
28
29

1085
5
.4

119.9
5
.5

144.3
.7
.7

162.3
1.1
.7

175.4
1.4
.7

178.9
1.8
5

192.7
2.3
.4

208.7
2.5
.4

219.7
2.9
.4

2335
3.6
5

240.7
3.8
5

259.1
4.4
.4

271.9
5.1
5

286.7
55
5

296.3
5.6
.4

Equate Personal saving

30

365

285

13.6

53

103

63

123

165

173

183

162

15.9

213

225

243

Addenda:
Disposable personal income:
total, billions of 1987 dollars
Per capita:
Current dollars
1987 dollars .
Population (mid-period, millions)'".!'.'.!'."!!.!!!!'.!

9013

890.9

860.0

826.1

872.9

874.5

942.5

978.2

1,009.7

1,0535

1,0715

1,130.8

1,185.2

1214.6

1236,0

32
33
34

1,053
6,516
138.4

1,068
6,367
139.9

1,126
6,083
141.4

1,173
5,732
144.1

1,285
5,953
146.6

1,261
5,862
1492

1369
6,214
151.7

1,479
6,340
154.3

1,530
6,433
157.0

1,601
6,603
159.6

1,608
6,598
162.4

1,693
6,842
165.3

1,776
7,046
1682

1,840
7,091
1713

1,874
7,098
174.1

25.0

192

85

3.0

5.8

3.7

5.9

7.3

72

7.0

6.2

5.7

7.1

72

7.4

Personal consumption expenditures
Interest paid by persons
Personal transfer payments to rest of the world (net)

Personal saving as percentage of disposable
personal income.
See note at end of table.




31

35

'

Table 2.1.—Personal Income and Its Disposition: Annual, 1929-58, and Quarterly, 1946-58-Continued
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]

I

IV

11
1

1
1

IV

11
1

II

1

1949

1948

1947

1946
Une

III

1
1

1

I

IV

II

1950
11
1

IV

I

II

2022

207.6

213.1

213.1

207.2

2055

2052

206.3

220.4

2212

1345

133.9

133.4

137.1

57.1
44.4
37.4
18.4
20.9

56.0
43.3
37.1
18.9
21.4

58.4
45.4
38.0
192
21.4

142.9
62.6
43.4
39.1
19.6
21.6

1

170.1

1752

181.0

184.3

186.7

184.9

1925

1962

Wage and salary disbursements .
Commodity-producing industries .
Manufacturing .
Distributive industries ,
Service industries
Government

2
3
4
5
6
7

106.9

1105

1135

1172

119.7

1215

123.4

127.8

1315

133.1

1382

139.4

1365

50.7
402
32.8
152
18.6

52.3
41.2
33.8
15.6
17.9

53.4
42.0
34.3
162
17.6

54.3
42.3
35.8
16.3
17.0

57.0
44.4
36.9
16.4
175

59.4
46.1
36.6
17.4
17.9

59.8
46.4
37.1
17.8
18.3

62.4
48.0
382
182
19.5

62.6
48.0
38.3
18.2
20.3

60.3
46.4
37.9
182
20.4

Other labor income .

8

15

15

2.0

2.1

22

25

2.4

25

2.7

2.7

2.7

25

25

2.9

3.0

3.1

3.3

3.5

Proprietors' Income with inventory valuation and
capital consumption adjustments.
Farm
Nonfarm

9

34.0

35.6

38.1

37.7

372

33.4

35.0

36.5

37.7

41.6

415

405

365

35.9

352

35.7

36.8

37.4

10
11

13.0
21.0

13.6
22.0

16.1
22.1

16.5
212

16.7
20.6

13.1
20.2

14.8
20.2

15.6
20.9

15.6
22.1

18.8
22.9

18.5
23.4

16.9
23.6

13.3
23.1

12.7
232

12.1
23.1

12.4
23.3

12.8
24.0

12.8
24.6

12

55

5.8

55

55

5.7

5.7

55

6.0

62

6.4

6.4

6.4

64

65

65

7.0

7.4

7.6
8.4

Personal income.

Rental Income ol persons with capital
consumption adjustment.

40.3
31.6
28.2
13.5
24.9

45.0
35.9
31.1
14.0
20.4

48.1
38.3
31.9
14,6
18.9

57.8
44.5
38.2
18.4
20.6

Personal dividend Income

13

5.1

55

5.7

6.1

6.0

6.3

6.5

65

7.0

6.7

7.1

75

7.2

72

7.1

7.4

85

Personal interest Income

14

6.3

6.6

65

6.9

75

7.6

7.6

7.7

8.0

8.1

8.1

82

85

8.7

85

9.0

9.3

Transfer payments to persons
Old-age, survivors, disability, and health insurance
benefits.
Government unemployment insurance benefits
Veterans benefits
Government employees retirement benefits
Other transfer payments
Aid to families with dependent children .
Other

15
16

122

115

11.0

105

10.4

105

142

115

115

115

115

10.7

114

12.0

21.1

.4

.4

.4

.4

.5

.5

5

.5

5

.6

.6

.6

.7

125
.7

12.8

.3

.7

.7

.8

17
18
19
20
21
22

1.4
7.9
.7
1.9

12
7.1
.8

.9
6.1
.7
2.2

.8
62
.7
2.3
.3
2.0

.8
5.8
.7
2.5
.3
22

.9
9.3
.7
2.9
.3
2.6

.8
65
.7
2.8
.4
2.4

.7
65
.7
32
3
2.9

.8
6.1
.7
3.0
.3
2.7

.9
5.8
.8
3.0
.4
2.6

1.0
5.6
.8
2.7
.4
2.3

1.3
5.6

1.8

1.0
6.7
.7
22

3.1
.4
2.7

1.7
5.4
.9
3.4
.5
2.9

2.1
52
.9
3.7
.5

25
5.0
.9
3.7
.5
32

2.0
13.6
1.0
3.9
5
3.3

1.5
7.1
1.0
4.3
i
3.8

Less: Personal contributions for social insurance

23

2.1

2.1

25

15

22

22

2.1

2.1

2.1

2.1

2.2

25

25

22

22

22

2.8

24

24

172

185

19.0

18.9

205

20.7

215

22.1

22.6

205

19.6

195

19.1

185

17.6

17.1

17.8

185

Less: Personal tax and nontax payments

'

.8

32

14.7

Equals: Disposable personal Income

25

1525

156.7

162.0

165.3

166.2

1642

1715

174.1

179.6

187.1

1935

1935

1882

1875

187.6

1892

202.6

202.4

Less: Personal outlays

26

136.1

1415

1504

1545

1585

1622

1655

170.0

1735

176.8

179.7

180.6

179.5

1812

180.6

1832

186.1

190.1

27
28
29

134.9
.6
.5

140.1
.7
.7

148.9
.8
.7

1532
.9
.7

156.6
1.0
.7

160.5
1.0
.6

164.1
1.1
.7

1682
1.2
.6

170.9
1.3
.8

174.7
1.4
.7

177.6
15
.6

178.5
15
.6

177.4
1.6
.5

179.0
1.7
5

178.3
1.8
.5

180.8
2.0
.5

183.6
2.1
.5

187.5

30

165

152

11.7

10.6

8.0

2.0

65

4.1

6.6

105

13.8

12.7

8.7

6.4

65

6.0

165

122

8322

815.0

834.3

823.5

844.0

869.4

887.4

890.9

874.1

874.4

874.3

875.0

936.9

933.7

1,142
5,667
143.8

1,189
5,775
144.5

1200
5,674
145.1

1232
5,790
145.8

1,279
5,941
146.3

1,317
6,038
147.0

1.309
6,034
147.7

1,269
5,894
148.3

1260
5,873
148.9

1,254
5,847
149.5

1260
5,825
1502

1,343
6211
150.9

1,337
6,167
151.4

. 12

3.5

2.4

3.7

5.5

7.1

6.6

4.6

3.4

3.7

3.2

8.2

6.0

Personal consumption expenditures
Interest paid by persons
Personal transfer payments to rest of the world (net)
Equals: Personal saving
Addenda:
Disposable personal income;
Total, billions of 1987 dollars .
Per capita:
Current dollars
1987 dollars .
Population (mid-period, millions) .
Personal saving as percentage of disposable
personal income.
See note at end of table.




31
32
33
34

1,085

1,110

1,143

1,158

140.9

1412

141.8

142.7

1,161
5,813
143.2

35

11.0

9.7

72

6.4

4.8

11
.4

Table 2.1.-Personal Income and Its Disposition: Annual, 1929-58, and Quarterly, 1946-58-Continued
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
1960

1951

1952

Line
III

1

II

III

IV

1

II

1953
III

IV

I

II

1954
11
1

IV

1

II

III

IV

1

-

Other tabor Income

„

229.9

2394

2482

2552

258.7

264.1

266.1

269.6

2765

2825

287.1

2915

291.6

291.6

291.1

2902

292.6

298.5

2
3
4
S
6
7

Pirsonsl Income..
Wage and salary disbursements .
Commodity-producing industries
Manufacturing
Distributive industries
Service Industries
Government

IV

1504
672
52.0
40.9
20.0
22.8

1582
712
555
41.7
20.6
24.7

1655
74.1
57.7
43.4
21.1
26.7

1704
76.7
59.8
44.4
21.4
285

173.0
77.0
59.8
44.5
21.7
295

1764
77.7
602
45.1
222
31.7

181.0
80.0
62.0
45.9
22.7
32.4

1822
79.8
622
46.3
23.0
332

1864
81.5
635
47.4
235
335

1935
87.3
69.0
485
23.7
33.9

1964
89.7
71.1
485
24.3
342

200.1
90.8
724
49.9
24.9
34.5

2004
90.3
715
50.3
25.3
345

198.7
88.2
69.7
50.6
25.5
34.4

196.4
86.3
67.9
502
25.5
34.4

1954
85.4
67.1
50.0
25.8
34.7

1965
84.6
66.5
502
26.4
35.1

2005
87.0
68.7
50.8
27.2
35.4

8

34

*44

45

45

4.7

44

5.0

5.1

55

5A

5.7

54

64

6.1

64

64

6.1

65

Proprietors* income with Inventory valuation and
capital consumption adjustments.
Farm
Nonfarm

9

394

414

432

435

44.1

45.1

43.4

44.4

46.1

43.7

444

43.4

427

434

43.7

428

434

434

10
11

13.7
262

144
26.1

15.7
27.6

155
27.7

15.9
282

16.6
28.6

14.7
285

152
29 2

16.6
295

13.6
302

13.4
30.6

12.9
30.5

12.3
30.4

12.6
30.4

13.4
30.3

11.9
30.9

12.3
312

11.7
32.1

Rental income of persons with capital
consumption adjustment

12

7.7

84

8.1

85

95

84

94

95

95

94

102

105

104

11.1

11.4

115

11.7

114

Personal dividend income ....

13

92

95

84

8.7

85

84

82

8.7

85

&8

8A

92

94

84

94

84

95

95

Personal Interest income ...

14

94

104

105

104

105

10.7

104

11.0

115

11.7

12.1

125

12.7

135

135

134

14.0

145

Transfer payments to persons.
Old-age, survivors, disability, and health insurance
benefits.
Government unemployment insurance benefits ....
Veterans benefits
Government employees retirement benefits
Other transfer payments
AU 4. <
j_
Aid to families with dependent children .
Other
ZT.

15
16

11.7
.8

114
15

124
1.7

125
1.9

125
14

125
14

114
2.0

124
2.0

13.4
21

135
2.6

13.7
27

13.8
3.0

14.1
3.1

145
3.1

152
3.3

15.9
3.5

165
3.6

164
4.1

17
18
19
20
21
22

1.1
5.3
1.0
3.5
.6
2.9

1.0
45
1.0
3.6
.6
3.0

.8
45
1.1
3.9
.6
3.3

5
4.6
1.1
3.9
.6
3.3

4
4.7
1.1
35
.5
3.3

1.1
45
12
35
5
3.3

1.1
4.0
12
4.1
5
3.6

1.0
4.0
12
4.3
.5
3.8

1.2
4.7
1.3
4.1
5
3.6

.9
4.6
1.3
42
5
3.7

1.0
4.3
15
4.3
.5
3.8

.9
4.0
1.4
45
5
3.9

1.0
4.0
1.4
4.6
.5
4.1

1.4
4.1
1.5
4.4
.6
3.8

1.9
4.1
15
4.4
.6
3.8

2.3
4.1
1.5
4.4
.6
3.9

2.4
4.1
1.5
4.6
.6
4.0

2.4
4.3
1.6
4.6
.6
4.0

Less: Personal contributions tor social Insurance

23

24

3.1

35

3A

3.4

35

34

3.7

34

35

34

44

44

4.0

45

4.6

4.6

4.7

Less: Personal tax and nontax payments

24

20.1

23.7

25.7

27.6

29.1

31.1

325

335

334

345

35.1

354

34.8

345

314

31.6

31.7

32.1

Equals: Disposable personal fcrcome

25

2094

2154

2225

2275

229.6

2334

2334

2365

242.7

248.0

252.1

256.4

2564

2574

2592

258.6

260.9

2665

Lew: Personal outlays

26

2044

201.4

212.6

2082

2104

2144

2165

220.6

2235

2315

235.4

2375

238.7

2385

240.6

2435

2454

250.4

27
28
29

2012
2.4
.4

198.6
25
.4

209.7
25
.4

205.3
25
.4

207.9
25
.4

2114
25
.4

213.3
2.6
.4

217.4
24
.4

219.9
29
.4

228.0
3.1
.4

231.6
35
5

233.5
3.5
.5

234.5
3.7
5

2342
3.8
.5

236.4
3.8
.4

239.1
3.8
.4

241.4
3.8
.7

246.0
3.9
.4

30

54

145

94

19 A

184

182

17.4

15.7

19A

16.4

16.7

184

18.1

18.6

185

155

154

164

31

9375

961.7

954.7

980.9

987.6

9895

990.0

999.6

1,021.1

1,027.9

1,042.7 1,057.7

1,054.7

1,059.1

1,0625

1,056.6

1,073.0

1,093.7

1589
6572
158.6

1,610
6.642
1592

1,605
6593
160.0

1,599
6,590
160.7

1,606
6,584
161.4

1,596
6.520
162.0

1,603
6.591
162.8

1,628
6.686
163.6

6.6

7.3

7.1

72

72

5.9

5.8

6.0

Personal consumption eajenditures
Interest paid by persons
Personal transfer payments to rest of the worid (
Personal saving
AdMa:
Disposable personal income:
Total, billions of 1987 dollars
Per capita:
Current dollars
1987 dollars
Population
Personal saving as percentage of tisposable
personal income.
See note at end of table.




32
33
34

1,380
6,168
152.0

1,414
6297
152.7

1,451
6226
153.3

1,478
6,372
1534

1,485
6,386
154.7

1,499
6,368
155.4

1,498
6,345
156.0

1509
6,381
156.6

1542
6,490
1575

1569
6,504
158.0

35

24

6.7

4.4

8.5

82

75

7.5

6.7

8.0

6.6

Table 2.1 .-Personal Income and Its Disposition: Annual, 1929-58, and Quarterly, 1946-58—Continued
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]

I
Personal income .

1
1

1957

1956

1955
Line
11
1

IV

1958
III

1

IV

II

III

IV

335.0

3395

3464

3504

3555

360.1

3604

3594

362.0

370.7

3764

IK

It

I

IV

I

II

1

304J)

3114

318.6

3234

328.7

2

204.0

2094

2152

2275

2294

2354

2382

2395

2414

240.1

236.7

2362

243.8

243.4

94.3
74.6
54.4
29.2
37.4

219.4
96.8
77.1
55.6
29.9
372

2234

895
70.8
51.5
27.6
35.5

92.6
73.1
52.8
28.3
362

98.0
775
56.9
30.5
37.8

100.0
78.6
57.8
312
385

100.9
79.3
58.1
315
392

104.3
82.5
59.0
32.4
39.6

105.0
832
59.8
33.1
402

104.8
82.8
60.5
33.6
40.7

104.9
82.9
61.3
34.1
41.5

102.9
81.1
61.3
34.4
41.6

99.2
77.9
60.6
34.9
42.0

97.4
76.3
60.1
35.6
43.1

100.5
79.0
61.1
36.1
46.1

104.0
81.6
625
36.8
452

Wage and salary disbursements ,
Commodity-producing industries
Manufacturing .
Distributive industries
Service industries
Government

4
5
6
7

Other labor Income

8

65

64

72

7A

7.6

74

82

85

85

84

92

9A

92

92

9A

Proprietors' Income with Inventory valuation and
capital consumption adjustments.
Farm
Nonfarm .

9

444

454

455

45.7

45.6

465

475

484

475

48.7

494

49.3

512

51.3

514

51.7

10
11

11.7
33.1

11.5
33.7

11.0
34.6

10.5
35.1

10.3
352

10.8
35.7

11.5
36.0

11.3
36.6

102
37.6

10.8
37.9

11.4
38.3

11.4
37.9

13.5
37.8

13.1
382

12.6
38.7

122
39.6

Rental income of persons with capita]
consumption adjustment.

12

115

124

124

122

12.3

12.3

125

12.7

124

13.0

132

13.4

13.6

13.8

14.0

142

3

95

Personal dividend Income

13

10.1

102

10.9

11.0

114

114

114

114

11.7

11.9

124

11.7

11.6

11.7

11.7

11.4

Personal interest income

14

14.6

15.0

15.6

154

164

164

172

17.7

182

184

19.4

19.8

204

202

204

215

Transfer payments to persons .
Old-age, survivors, disability, and health
insurance benefits.
Government unemployment insurance benefits
Veterans benefits
Government employees retirement benefits
Other transfer payments
Aid to families with dependent children

15
18

164

172

175

17.6

18.0

184

184

19.1

20.0

21.3

215

224

244

262

265

26.2

4.4

4.8

52

52

5.3

55

55

5.9

6.4

75

75

7.8

8.0

8.4

8.6

17
18
19
20
21
22

1.8
4.4
1.6
4.7
.6
4.1

1.5
45
1.7
45
.6
42

1.3
45
1.7
4.8
5
42

1.3
4.4
1.8
4.9
.6
4.3

1.5
45
1.9
4.9
.6
4.3

1.5
4.4
1.9
5.0
.6
4.3

1.6
4.4
1.9
5.0
.6
4.4

1.6
4.3
2.0
52
.7
45

1.7
4.5
2.1
5.3
.7
4.6

1.7
4.5
22
5.4
.7
4.7

1.8
45
22
5.5
.7
4.8

2.5
4.6
2.3
5.6
.8
4.9

3.4
4.6
2.4
5.9
.8
5.1

4.5
4.8
2.4
6.0

4.8
45
2.5
6.0
.9
52

Less: Personal contributions for social Insurance
Less: Personal tax and nontax payments

.6

52

4.0
4.6
2.6
62
J)
5.3

23

5.1

52

54

5A

5.7

54

55

6.0

6.7

6.7

64

6.7

6.7

6.7

74

7.0

24

33.1

344

35.1

36.1

37.4

385

39.1

40.0

405

415

41.7

412

405

40.0

412

41.6

Equals: Disposable personal income

25

2709

2774

2835

287.7

291 J4

2965

3005

3064

3094

314.0

318.3

318.8

319.3

321.9

3295

334.7

Less: Personal outlays

26

256.7

262.0

266.5

270.8

272.6

2754

2785

2834

2882

290.4

295.1

2964

2965

299.5

304.6

308.6

27
28
29

252.2
4.1
.4

2572
4.3
.4

261.5
4.6
.4

2655
4.8
.4

2672
5.0
5

269.7
5.1
.5

2725
5.1
5

278.0
52
.5

282.3
5.3
.5

2845
5.4
.5

289.1
5.5
.5

290.9
5.6
.5

290.5
5.6
.4

293.5
5.6
.4

298.6
5.5
.4

3025
5.6
.4

Equals: Personal saving

30

144

15.3

17.1

174

185

212

22.1

23.1

21.8

23.6

23.3

21.9

22.7

22.4

254

26.1

Addenda:
Disposable personal income:
Total, billions of 1987 dollars ,
Per capita:
Current dollars
1987 dollars .
Population (mid-period, millions}

31

1,1014

1,122.3

1,140.0

1.159.6

1,170.0

1,1805

1,188.3

1,202.2

1,204.4

1214.3

1219.5

1220.0

1211.4

12222

32
33
34

1,649
6,704
164.3

1.681
6,805
164.9

1,711
6,881
165.7

1,728
6,965
166.5

1,743
6,998
1672

1,766
7,032
167.9

1,782
7,046
168.7

1.811
7,093
169.5

1,821
7,076
1702

1,837
7,105
170.9

1,854
7,103
171.7

1,849
7,074
172.5

1,844
6,998
173.1

1,853
7,033
173.8

35

55

5.5

6.0

5.9

6.4

7.1

7.3

7.5

7.0

7.5

7.3

6.9

7.1

Personal consumption expenditures .
interest paid by persons .
Personal transfer payments to rest of the world (net)

Personal saving as percentage of disposable
persona! income.

NOTE.—Percent changes from preceding period for selected items in this table are shown in table 8.1.




7.0'

1247.5 , 1.262.9
1,888
7,148
1745

1,909
7203
175.3

7.6

75

Table 2.2.—Personal Consumption Expenditures by Major Type of Product: 1946-58
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
Line

1947

1949

1948

1950

1951

1952

1953

1954

1955

1956

1957

1958

1754

178.9

192.7

208.7

219.7

2335

240.7

259.1

271.9

286.7

2963

153

20.4

223

25.0

303

293

293

32.7

32.1

383

382

39.7

37.2

4.1
8.4
32

6.6
10.6
3.3

8.0
11.5
3.4

10.6
11.3
32

13.7
13.7
3.3

122
14.1
3.6

11.3
14.0
3.9

13.9
14.7
4.1

13.0
14.8
4.3

17.8
16.4
4.6

15.8
17.3
5.0

17.3
17.2
52

14.8
16.9
5.4

6

.......
—

..

Housing
Household operation
Bectricity and gas
Other household operation
Transportation
Medical care

......

-

903

965

94.9

982

1092

114.7

1173

119.7

124.7

130.8

137.1

141.7

47.4
182
3.4
25
11.3

52.3
18.8
4.0
3.0
12.8

542
20.1
4.8
3.4
14.1

525
19.3
5.3
3.1
14.7

53.9
19.6
5.5
3.4
15.8

60.7
21.3
6.1
35
17.6

64.1
22.0
6.8
35
18.4

65.4
22.2
7.4
3.4
19.4

66.8
22.3
7.8
3.5
193

68.6
23.3
8.6
3.8
20.4

71.4
24.4
9.4
3.9
21.7

75.1
24.5
102
4.1
232

77.9
24.9
10.6
4.2
24.2

12

Food
Clothing and shoes
Gasoline and oil
Fuel oil and coal
Oilier

82.7

7
8
9
10
11

Nondurable goods

^

162.3

3
4
5

Motor vehicles and parts
Furniture and household equipment
Other.........—

1443

2

Durable goods

Services

1946

1

Personal consumption expenditures

453

51.0

563

593

63.7

69.7

757

83.0

89.0

955

103.0

1093

117.4

13
14
15
16
17
18
19

142
63
2.1
4.7
5.0
4.7
152

16.0
75
2.3
5.1
5.3
5.7
16.5

17.9
8.1
2.6
55
5.8
6.6
17.7

19.6
8.6
2.9
5.6
5.9
6.8
18.1

21.7
95
3.3
62
62
72
19.1

24.3
10.4
37
6.7
6.8
7.7
20.4

27.0
112
4.1
7.1
7.3
8.6
21.6

29.9
12.1
4.5
7.6
8.0
9.6
23.4

323
12.7
53
7.7
8.2
10.6
252

34.4
142
5.5
8.6
85
11.3
272

36.7
15.4
6.1
9.3
8.9
122
29.7

39.3
16.4
6.5
9.9
9.4
13.4
31.4

42.0
175
7.1
10.4
9.7
14.9
33.3

1947

1946

1949

1948

1950

Line
I
Personal consumption expenditures

11
1

II

IV

1

II

11
1

IV

I

II

III

1

IV

1
1

11
1

IV

1

tl

1

Nondurable goods

140.1

148.9

1532

156.6

1605

164.1

1682

1703

174.7

1775

1785

177.4

179.0

178.3

1803

1835

1875

12.6

14.7

17.1

18.7

194

203

203

223

223

22.4

23.7

233

223

243

253

263

277

28.1

3
4
5

Motor vehicles and parts
Furniture and household equipment
Other
„„. ..

134.9

2

ftjraNe goods

2.4
7.1
3.1

3.4
8.1
32

4.7
9.0
3.3

6.0
95
3.3

6.4
9.8
3.3

6.5
10.2
3.3

62
10.8
3.3

72
115
3.3

7.7
10.9
3.3

7.4
11.7
3.3

82
12.1
3.4

8.6
11.4
3.4

9.0
10.5
3.3

10.9
105
3.3

112
11.5
3.1

112
12.4
32

12.1
12.5
3.2

12.7
12.1
3.3

6

Housing
Household operation
Bectricity and gas
Other household operation
Transportation ......
Medical care.... ..
Other
"

''
„.

805

85.1

863

87.7

90.1

92.1

93.6

95.1

97.0

973

973

963

95.3

935

943

943

963

44.9
18.0
3.0
2.3
10.7

45.7
17.9
3.3
2.4
112

48.7
18.9
35
25
115

502
18.0
3.7
2.6
11.8

50.9
18.3
3.7
2.7
12.1

52.0
185
4.0
2.9
12.7

52.9
18.9
4.1
3.0
13.0

53.5
19.3
4.3
32
13.4

533
195
4.6
3.4
133

55.0
19.9
4.7
3.5
13.9

54.1
202
4.9
3.5
14.3

533
20.7
5.0
3.4
14.3

53.4
202
5.1
3.2
14.4

52.8
19.6
5.3
33
145

52.0
185
5.4
2.9
14.6

517
19.0
5.4
3.0
15.1

52.3
18.9
5.4
3.1
15.1

52.9
192
5.6
3.3
15.3

12

Services

783

7
8
9
10
11

Food ...»
Clothing and shoes
Gasotine and oil
Fuel oil and coal
Other

435

44.9

46.7

482

494

505

51.7

52.6

533

553

563

573

583

583

59.0

593

61.1

633

13
14
15
16
17
18
19

13.8
6.7

14.0
6.6

14.3
63

14.7
7.0

15.1
7.1

15.6
7.4

16.3
7.7

16.9
77

17.3
7.9

17.7
8.0

18.1
82

185
82

19.0
8.4

19.4
8.5

19.8
85

20.3
8.9

20.8
9.2

21.4
9.4

45
4.4
14.1

43
4.6
14.9

s!l
4.8
15.6

53
5.1
16.0

53
5.5
165

53
5.7
16.5

53
53
165

53
6.0
16.6

55
62
17.0

55
65
175

5.9
6.8
18.0

" 6.0
6.8
183

5.9
63
182

63
6.8
182

5.9
6.7
18.1

53
6.7
18.0

53
6.8
18.3

6.1
7.1
18.9

2342

236.4

239.1

2414

246.0

314

32.1

31.6

333

1953

1952

1951

1950
Line

Motor vehicles and pans
j ™ * and household equipment L

1

201.2

1985

209.7

2

35.6

315

333

3

15.6
165
3.5

145
13.6
3.4

14.4
153
3.6

1003

1003

54.6
20.4
5.6
3.6
163

55.4
20.1
5.6
3.6
16.3

64.7

P«onal consumption expenditures .
Durable goods

662

22.0
9.6

63
7.4
195

4

5
Nondurable goods
Food
„ „,..„„
Clothing and shoes'!"
faafine and oil
Juel oil and coal
Other
Services
Housing

w

Bectricity a d gas
n
_ O e h ue o o
t r o s h operation..
h
&
™portation
M da care.,
ec l
i

Other




2073

2113

2133

217.4

2193

228.0

2315

2335

2345

283

28.4

28.9

29.1

274

315

933

323

32.7

122
132
3.6

112
13.4
3.7

10.9
13.8
33

11.3
13.9
3.7

115
13.7
3.8

9.6
13.9
33

12.8
14.6
4.1

14.3
14.5
4.2

14.1
14.7
4.1

13.8
14.8
4.1

132
143
4.1

12.8
14.6
4.0

13.3
14.6
42

12.4
143
4.4

135
15.3
4.4

1073

1074

1094

112.0

1114

113.7

1153

1173

118.1

117.6

1175

118.7

1183

1193

121.3

59.7
21.3
5.9
3.6
17.3

60.1
20.9
6.0
3.4
17.0

61.0
21.3
62
3.4
175

62.0
215
6.4
3.6
18.6

622
21.3
6.5
3.4
18.0

63.9
21.6
6.7
3.4
18.1

65.1
22.0
6.9
3.4
18.4

65.3
232
7.0
35
18.9

653
225
7.1
35
192

65.4
22.6
7.3
3.4
19.4

65.1
22.1
7.7
3.4
19.3

652
21.7
7.7
3.4
195

66.1
222
7.7
3.4
19.3

66.3
22.1
7.7
3.5
192

67.0
222
7.9
3.5
19.2

67.6
22.6
8.1
3.6
195

702

714

723

74.6

765

78.6

805

825

84.7

863

882

90.0

22.6
9.9

23.3
103

24.0
10.3

24.7
105

25.4
10.7

26.0
10.8

26.7
11.1

272
11.3

28.0
115

28.8
11.8

29.4
121

30.3
12.3

30.9

12.1

31.6
12.3

32.1
12.5

32.5
12.8

33.0
132

6.4
75
19.7

6.7
7.6

63
7.7
20.3

7.7
20.4

63
73
20.6

7.0
8.1
20.9

7.1
8.4
21.4

73
8.8
21.9

75
9.1
22.4

7.8
9.3
223

8.0
9.6
23.3

8.1
9.8
23.7

8.1
9.8
23.7

82
10.1
242

8.1
10.6
24.9

8.2
10.9
25.6

8.3
10.9
26.0

202

2053

Table 2.2.—Personal Consumption Expenditures by Major Type of Product: 1946-58—Continued
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
1

III

IV

I

II

1958
III

IV

II

III

IV

2522

2572

2615

265.6

2672

269.7

2725

2785

2825

2845

289.1

2905

2905

2935

2985

3015

II

1

Services

385

405

395

375

38.0

375

395

405

395

394

39.1

37.1

365

375

313

16.1
16.0
4.4

18.1
162
4.6

19.1
165
4.6

18.0
165
45

162
16.9
4.8

15.5
175
5.0

15.2
17.3
5.1

165
175
5.3

17.9
17.3
52

17.4
17.3
5.0

165
172
5.4

165
165
5.4

14.7
17.0
5.4

145
165
5.3

14.6
17.0
55

15.5
\n
5.6

6

Food
Clothing and shoes
Gasoline and oil
Fuel oil and coal
Other

365

3
4
5

1223

124.0

1255

1275

129.1

130.0

1315

132.7

1345

1355

1392

1385

1395

140.8

1425

143.9

7
8
9
10
11

.......

Nondurable goods




IV

2

Durable goods

Housing
Household operation
Electricity and pas
Other household operation
Transportation
Medical care
Other

III

1

Personal consumption expenditures

Motor vehicles and parts
Furniture and household equipment
Other

II

1957

1956

1955
I

675
22.8
82
3.7
19.8

68.4
23.4
8.6
3.7
20.0

68.7
23.3
8.7
35
20.6

69.4
23.8
9.0
3.9
21.4

70.4
23.9
92
3.9
21.7

70.9
242
9.3
3.9
21.6

71.7
24.6
9.4
3.9
21.7

72.4
24.7
9.8
3.9
21.9

73.4
24.4
102
45
22.4

74.4
24.4
10.1
4.0
225

762
24.9
10.3
42
23.7

762
24.4
10.2
42
23.9

77.3
24.1
10.4
4.1
23.6

77.6
24.6
105
42
23.7

78.0
25 2
10.7
42
24.6

785
25.6
10.7
42
245

•

12

..

914

94 A

955

984

1002

1015

1035

106.0

1075

1085

1105

1125

1135

1164

1185

1205

13
14
15
16
17
18
19

33.5
135

34.1
135

34.7
14.4

352
15.0

35.8
15.1

36.4
155

37.0
155

37.6
15.6

38.3
15.9

38.9
162

39.7
165

40.4
16.8

41.1
17.1

41.7
17.5

42.3
17.6

425
17.6

8.4
112
26.7

8.4
11.1
265

8.4
112
272

85
11.6
28.1

87
115
28.7

85
12.0
29.3

9.0
12.3
30.1

92
12.8
30.8

9.4
13.1
31.0

94
13.1
312

95
13.5
31.4

9.3
14.1
322

9.3
14.1
32.3

95
14.7
32.9

9.8
15.3
33.8

"mi
15.4
342

Table 2.3.—Personal Consumption Expenditures by Major Type of Product in Constant Dollars: 1947-58
[Billions of 1987 dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
Line

1948

1949

1951

1950

1952

1954

1953

1955

1957

1956

1958

1

Nondurable goods

813.0

831.4

8744

894.7

923.4

9625

9874

1,0474

1/178.7

1,104.4

1,1222

65.7

722

80.1

954

882

86.4

95.0

964

1144

1092

108.8

1025

3
4
5

Motor vehicles and parts
Furniture and household equipment
Other

7934

2

Personal consumption expenditures
Durable goods —

Food
Clothing and shoes
Gasoline and oil
Fuel oil and coal
Other

1947

26.9
28.0
105

314
29.4
10.9

41.0
285
105

51.4
32.5
112

45.3
312
11.7

43.2
312
12.1

50.1
32.3
12.6

515
32.5
12.9

64.5
36.3
14.0

565
37.6
15.1

572
36.4
152

51.4
35.8
15.3

6

Housing
Household operation
Electricity and gas
Other household operation
Transportation
Medical care
Other

3844

3892

400.4

412.7

4294

443.7

449.4

4705

4864

4955

5004

231.1
472
18.8
23.8
61.4

228.9
47.4
20.0
23.9
63.8

231.1
47.7
21.8
21.1
675

235.0
49.1
22.6
22.7
71.1

2423
485
245
22.6
74.7

251.0
' 50.9
265
22.0
78.6

2605
51.4
28.0
212
82.2

265.9
51.4
28.9
21.6
815

277.2
54.0
31.4
23.0
848

286.1
55.4
33.3
23.0
88.1

2922
54.9
34.6
22.8
91.0

291.8
555
362
23.7
92.8

3452

3564

3622

3784

3934

4074

4234

4412

461.7

4835

5002

519.7

13
14
15
16
17
18
19

..........

Services

3824

7
8
9
10
11
12

-

83.3
424
12.9
29.9
44.3
484
126.0

87.6
44.5
14.1
304
44.0
53.3
127.5

93.0
45.8
152
305
415
55.1
126.7

99.3
495
17.2
32.6
40.6
58.1
131.1

106.6
52.7
19.4
33.3
41.7
61.0
131.9

113.5
53.7
21.0
32.7
41.8
642
1345

119.6
55.9
225
33.3
42.7
675
138.1

125.4
57.8
24.8
33.0
415
71.8
1445

131.7
63.3
26.7
36.6
42.6
742
149.9

138.2
67.6
29.1
385
44.4
78.9
154.3

1452
69.8
30.9
38.9
45.0
833
156.9

151.9
72.1
32.6
39.5
43.9
89.3
162.5

1947

1949

1948

1950

Line
1
Personal consumption expenditures ...

IV

I

1
1

III

IV

1

II

11
1

IV

1

II

III

IV

Nondurable goods

1

7844

7964

796.7

795.7

8034

8115

8145

8225

8234

8344

8314

8362

8484

865.0

899.3

884.3

632

64.1

654

70.7

704

705

73.1

744

732

81.1

82.7

834

855

86.6

1084

994

3
4
5

Motor vehicles and parts
Furniture and household equipment
Other
. J

26 2
26.3
10.7

264
27.1
10.6

255
285
11.0

29.6
30.1
11.0

31.5
28.4
11.0

29.5
30.1
10.9

31.6
305
10.9

34.9
28.5
10.9

36.0
26.7
105

435
27.1
105

43.0
292
105

415
31.1
10.6

44.0
305
10.7

46.4
29.3
10.9

58.6
38.6
11.6

56.5
31.0
11.4

6

^




377.1

385.1

3862

381.0

3814

385.7

3814

3865

3885

3895

3872

3915

396.1

400.0

406.7

398.8

7
8
9
10
11

229.4
472
18.3
23.0
592

234.1
46.7
18.8
24.0
61.6

233.3
47.4
19.1
24.1
622

2274
47.3
19.0
24.1
625

2272
464
195
24.6
635

231.3
47.0
19.7
24.4
63.3

226.3
47.4
20.3
23.9
64.0

230.6
485
20.6
225
64.1

232.0
485
20.8
21.8
65.3

2314
48.0
21.8
21.0
665

230.6
46.3
22.1
205
67.7

229.9
48.2
222
21.1
702

2345
482
22.0
21.7
69.8

2352
49.0
22.9
225
70.4

236.0
50.8
22.8
23.7
73.4

234.3
485
22.5
22.7
70.8

12

..

Services
Housing .,.„......
Household operation
electricity and gas
Other household operation
Transportation
Medical care
Other

11
1

2

Durable goods

Food
Clothing and shoes
Gasoline and oil
Fuel oil and coal
Other

II

343.7

3475

3455

3444

3505

3555

3595

361.6

3622

363.7

361.4

3614

3672

378.4

383.7

3865

13
14
15
16
17
18
19

805
41.1

825
42.4

84.7
43.8

85.0
43.8

86.0
44.0

87.1
44.1

88.1
45.1

89.3
44.7

90.6
452

922
455

935
45.3

95.3
47.1

96.4
48.4

96.6
495

100.1
49.9

102.2
515

""'452
494
1275

44.7
49.4
1282

43.9
48.1
1244

43.4
48.5
123.4

44.3
50.6
1255

44.4
525
127.3

43.9
54.4
128.0

432
555
128.9

422
55.8
128.4

42.7
55.7
127.6

415
54.7
126.1

40.1
54.1
1245

39.7
55.5
1272

405
58.0
1315

40.9
59.4
133.4

40.9
595
1324

Table 2.3.—Personal Consumption Expenditures by Major Type of Product in Constant Dollars: 1947-58—Continued
[Billions of 1987 dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
1954

1953

1952

1951
Line
I

Motor vehicles and parts
Furniture and household equipment
Other

1

III

1
1

IV

1

III

958.0

963.4

IV

9632

II

9655

I

II

III

IV

969.1

976.9

992.9

1,010.4

1

.......

8995

8845

6942

8995

903.4

919.7

925.4

9452

985

865

84.0

83.8

85.7

88.1

822

89.7

945

935

935

98.1

942

945

965

102.7

3
4
5

522
35.1
11.6

45.6
29.1
11.6

42.4
29.8
11.7

41.1
30.7
12.0

43.1
30.8
11.8

45.6
30.6
11.9

39.3
30.8
12.1

44.7
32.4
125

49.8
32.1
13.0

482
32.4
12.6

48.8
325
12.4

53.6
32.3
12.3

50.3
31.9
11.9

49.6
31.8
12.6

50.5
32.3
13.5

55.3
33.8
13.6

6

—

Services
Housing
Household operation

,—

4095

405.7

415.1

420.4

417.4

426.7

433.1

4385

4445

4452

4425

4435

4455

444.1

4502

457,4

2395
49.4
23.7
23.1
73.3

240.3
475
24.1
221
71.8

2452
48.4
25.0
222
74.3

243.9
49.0
25.3
23.0
792

243.8
48.6
25.6
222
772

250.5
50.3
262
22.0
77.7

253.9
51.8
26.9
215
78.7

255.8
52.9
27.4
21.8
805

261.6
51.1
27.7
21.6
81.9

261.9
52.4
27.8
21.1
82.0

259.9
51.4
28.4
20.9
81.9

259.9
50.6
28.1
21.3
83.2

263.0
512
28.3
21.3
82.0

261.9
512
28.3
21.4
81.2

267.4
51.0
29.0
21.7
81.0

2715
522
29.9
22.1
81.7

12

-

7
8
9
10
11

3915

3925

3952

3955

4002

4045

410.0

416.7

4192

424.9

427.1

424.1

429.1

4385

446.4

4505

13
14
15
16
17
18
19

Nondurable goods

OfiefhousehoSfoperation
Transportation
Medical care
Other

IV

2

Personal consumption expenditures —
Durable goods

Food
Clothing and shoes ....
Gasoline and oil .....
Fuel oil and coal
Other......
-

lil

II

1035
525

105.8
525

107.7
53.0

109.1
52.4

110.9
52.8

112.6
53.4

114.4
542

116.1
54.4

117.6
55.0

119.1
56.3

1205
56.7

121.3
55.4

123.0
55.8

124.8
572

126.3
585

127.7
59.6

415
602
132.9

""'415
60.5
132.1

415
61.3
131.4

412
61.9
1312

41.9
622
132.4

41.8
632
133.9

41.7
64.6
135.1

41.8
66.6
137.8

42.9
662
137.6

43.0
67.7
1385

42.9
68.3
138.7

42.0
67.8
137.5

41.9
68.7
139.7

41.3
71.6
144.0

41.5
73.4
146.8

41.8
73.5
147.5

1955

1956

1958

1957

Line
1
Personal consumption expenditures
Durable goods
Motor vehicles and parts
Furniture and household equipment
Other
Nondurable goods
Food
Clothing and shoes
Gasoline and oil
Fuel oil and coal
Other
Services
Housing
Household operation
Electricity and gas
Other household operation
Transportation
Medical care
Other




..

1
1

11
1

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

1

1,025.1

1,0415

1,0515

1,0702

1,072.7

1,0745

1,0785

1,0892

1,097.1

1,1005

1,1074

1,113.0

1,102.2

1,1145

1,130.6

1,141.7

2

1082

1152

1175

1182

1112

1092

1085

108.1

111.6

1095

1065

1075

1025

1012

101.7

105.1

3
4
5

59.4
35.3
13.4

65.4
355
14.0

665
37.1
14.0

66.7
36.9
14.6

595
372
14.6

56.0
38.3
14.9

55.8
37.4
152

55.0
375
15.6

59.4
36.9
155

57.9
36.8
14.6

54.8
365
155

56.7
355
15.4

51.1
355
15.3

51.4
34.8
15.0

50.4
36.0
15.3

52.8
36.7
15.7

6

4605

4675

4725

481.6

4865

484.6

484.6

4882

490.4

493.1

500.0

4985

4922

495.3

5035

509.1

7
8
9
10
11

2722
52.8
30.4
22.4
82.6

276.1
54.3
31.3
22.7
835

2782
53.9
315
23.1
855

282.3
55.0
32.4
23.7
88.1

286.6
55.0
33.0
235
88.4

285.3
552
33.3
23.1
87.8

285.3
55.7
32.9
225
875

2875
55.6
34.0
22.7
885

288.7
545
34.7
22.7
89.5

291.5
54.6
34.1
22.6
90.3

294.4
55.8
34.9
23.0
91.9

294.1
54.4
34.7
23.1
92.1

290.1
53.8
345
23.0
90.3

289.9
54.9
36.1
235
90.9

292.3
56.1
36.6
242
94.3

295.1
57.1
373
24.0
95.7

12

4564

4585

461.7

4705

4755

4802

485.7

492.9

495.1

4975

500.6

5072

5085

5175

5255

5275

13
14
15
16
17
18
19

1292
605

130.9
61.8

132.7
63.9

1342
66.7

135.8
66.7

1375
67.7

138.8
68.1

140.7
68.1

142.3
68.6

1445
69.7

1462
70.3

147.9
70.6

150.0
712

1512
72.6

152.6
72.3

153.6
72.2

42.3
735
1505

425
73.5
149.7

425
73.7
148.8

"'"43.6
75.8
150.7

435
76.8
1522

44.0
775
153.1

"" "447
79.3
154.9

S3

'""45.9
822
156.0

"""452
822
156.3

S'.'i

43.6
85.8
1592

43.2
85.5
158.0

43.6
89.1
161.3

44.1
91.3
164.9

44.6
91.4
1656

•

81.7
156.9

83.0
156.0

Table 2.4.—Personal Consumption Expenditures by Type of Expenditure
[Billions of dollars]
Line
Personal consumption expenditure*

1929

1930

1931

1932

1933

1934

1935

1936

1937

1938

1940

1939

1941

1942

1943

1

77.5

70.2

60.7

48.7

45.9

5 \A

554

622

665

642

672

712

81.0

685

99.7

2

212

19.4

162

12.7

124

155

175

205

215

205

205

22.0

25.4

30.7

355

Food purchased for off-premlse consumption (n.d.) .. 3
4
Purchased meals and beverages1 (n.d.)
5
Food furnished to employees (including military)
M i
6
Food produced and consumed on farms (n.d.)
7
Tobacco products (n.d.)

14.8
2.9
.3

13.5
2.8
2

10.8
25
2

82
2.1
2

8.6
15
2

10.8
22
2

122
2.6
2

13.9
3.0
.2

14.8
35
.3

14.1
3.4
2

14.2
3.6
.3

14.9
3.9
.3

17.0
4.6
.5

20.1
5.7
.9

22.3
7.1
1.7

1.6
1.7

1.4
1.5

12
15

.9
1.3

.9
12

1.0
1.4

12
1.4

15
15

1.3
1.7

1.1
1.7

1.1
1.8

1.1
1.9

1.3
2.1

1.6
2.3

2.1
2.6

Addenda: Food excluding alcoholic beverages (n.d.)
Alcoholic beverages purchased for offpremise consumption (n.d.).
Other alcoholic beverages (n.d.)

19.5
0

18.0
0

14.7
0

11.4
0

10.9
2

122
15

13.6
15

15.3
25

165
2.6

15.6
2.4

15.7
2.4

16.6
2.5

192
3.0

23.3
3.6

27.4
4.0

Food and tobacco

8
9
10

0

0

0

0

5

.5

.6

.7

.9

.9

1.0

1.1

12

1.5

1.9

11

112

9.7

82

6J0

5A

6.6

75

7.7

8.1

85

8.4

8.9

105

13.1

165

Shoes (n.d.)
Clothing and accessories except shoes2
Women's and children's (n.d.)
Men's and boys' (n.d.)
Standard clothing issued to military personnel (n.d) .
Cleaning, storage, and repair of clothing and shoes

12
13
14
15
16
17

1.7
7.7
4.7
3.0
0
1.1

1.4
6.7
4.1
2.6
0
1.0

12
5.7
35
22
0
.9

1.0
4.0
2.4
1.6
0
.7

.9
3.7
2.3
1.5
0
.6

1.1
4.6
2.8
15
0
.6

1.0
5.0
3.1
1.9
0
.7

1.1
5.4
32
2.2
0
5

1.3
55
3.3
25
0
.8

15
55
3.3
22
0
5

12
5.9
3.6
2.3
0
5

1.3
62
3.8
2.4
0
.9

1.4
7.1
4.3
2.8
2
1.0

1.8
8.5
5.3
3.2
.7
12

1.9
10.5
6.9
3.5
1.0
1.5

Jewelry and watches (d.)
Other* (s.)

18
19

.6
2

5
A

.3
.1

.3
.1

2
.1

2
.1

2
.1

.3
.1

.3
.1

.3
.1

.4
.1

.4
.1

.6
.1

.7
2

.9
2

20

1.1

15

1.0

5

.7

5

5

5

15

15

1.0

1.0

12

1.4

1.6

21
22

.6
5

5
5

.5
.5

.4
.4

.3
.3

.4
.4

.4
.4

.4
5

.4
5

.4
5

5
5

5
5

.6
.6

.7
.6

.9
.7

............

23

11.7

112

105

9.2

8.1

75

75

82

85

92

9.4

9.7

10,4

112

11.8

Owner-occupied nonfarm dwellings-space rent4 (s.)
Tenant-occupied nonfarm dwellings—rent3 (s.)
Rental value of farm dwellings (s.)
Other4 (s.)
. J L L
..

24
25
26
27

5.9
4.5
5
.3

5.6
45
.9
5

5.1
4.3
.8
.3

4.4
3.9
.7
2

3.8
3.4
.6
2

3.6
3.3
.6
2

3.6
3.3
.7
.3

3.8
35
.7
.3

4.0
35
.7
3

4.1
4.0
.7
.3

42
4.1
.7
5

4,3
4.3
.7
.3

4.7
4.6
.8
.4

52
45
5
.4

5.6
4.8
.9
.5

28

10.7

95

9A

65

6.4

72

7.7

85

9.4

85

9.6

10 A

115

12.7

13.1

29
30
31
32
33
34

\2
.7
.6
1.1
.7
.5

.9
.6
.4
.9
.6
5

.8
5
.4
.8
5
.4

.5
.3
.4
.6
.4
.3

5
.4
A
.5
.4

5
5
.4
5
.4
.4

.7
.6
.4
.6
5
.4

.8
.7
5
5
.6
.4

.9
5
5
5
.6
5

5
.6
5
.8
.6
.5

.9
.7
.5
.9
.7
5

1.1
.8
5
1.0
.7
5

1.3
1.1
.6
12
.9
5

15
.7
.7
1.3
1.1
.7

12
.3
.6
1.4
1.3
5

35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43

.1
3.1
.6
5
.3
1.6
.6
1.7
.3

.1
3.1
,7
.6
.3
1.5
.6
1.5
.3

.1
2.9
.7
.6
.3
1.3
.6
1.1
.3

.1
2.6
.7
5.
.3
1.1
5
.8
.3

.1
2.6
.6
.5
5
12
A
.7
2

.1
2.7
.7
5
5
15
.4
.9
5

.1
2.8
.7
5
.3
1.3
5
5
5

.1
3.0
.7
5
5
1.4
5
1.0
5

.1
3.0
5
.5
3
1.4
5
12
.3

.1
3.0
5
5
.3
15
5
1.0
.3

.1
3.1
.8
.5
3
1.4
.6
1.1
5

2
3.4
.9
.6
.4
15
.6
12
.4

2
3.6
1.0
.6
.4
1.7
.7
12
.4

.2
3.9
1.0
.6
.4
15
.8
1.5
.5

.3
4.1
1.0
.6
.4
2.0
1.0
1.6
.6

44

3.1

3.0

2.7

25

2.1

25

2.4

25

25

25

35

32

35

35

4.4

45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59

.6
.1
1.0
5
3
.6

.6
.1
.9
.5
2
.6

5
.1
5
.4
2
.6

.4
.1
.7
2
2
5

.4
.1
.6
.3
.1
5

5
.1
.7
5
.1
5

5
.1
.7
5
2
5

.5
.1
5
.3
2
.6

.6
2
5
.4
2
5

5
2
5
.4
2
.6

.6
2
.9
,4
2
.6

.6
2
.9
.4
2
.7

.7
2
1.0
5
2
.7

.8
.3
1.0
5
2
5

1.0
.3
1.1
5
.2
.9

JJ

Oothhg, accessories, and Jewelry

Personal care
Toilet articles and preparations (n.d.)
Barbershops, beauty parlors, and health clubs (s.)...
Housing

Household operation

,

Furniture, including mattresses and bedsprings (d.)..
Ktahen and other household jspptiances* (d!)
Cttna, glassware, tableware, and utensils (d.)
Other durable house furnishings® (d.)
Semidurable house furnishings* (n.d.)
Cleaning and polishing preparations, and
miscellaneous household supplies and paper
products (n.d).

Water and other sanitary services (s.).
Fuel oil and coal (n.d.)
........
Telephone and telegraph (s.)
Domestic service (s.)
10
Other (s.) „ . . „ ! . '
v

todfcal care
Drug preparations and sundries" (n.d.)
g J ^ j K : products and orthopedic appliances (d.)
Dentists (s.)
O^er professional"services^ ( s i
Hospitals and nursing homes "

Proprietary8^)**"
Government (s.)

*

ZL"

fiS.^
Medical care and hospitalization>« (s.)
S«metoss ,3 (s.)
1...
Workers' compensation14 (s.)
P|r

»onal business

.„„

Broker^e charges and Investment counseling (s.) ...
B a n k s ^ charges, trust services, and safe
deposit box rental js.J.
furnished wtoout payment by financial
Jtennedianes except life insurance carriers and
private uninsured pension plans.
«P#se erf handling life insurance17 (s.)
Legal services (s.)
g j ^ a n d b u i a l expenses (s.)

„

Seefootnote{s)at end of able.




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— . . .

—
—

—

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.1

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..............

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,'I

.1

.1

""2

"*2

2

.3

*

**

3J9

3.5

35

25

25

25

25

3.0

32

3.0

3.1

32

35

3.4

3.7

61
62

5
.1

5
.1

.3
.1

2
.1

.4
.1

2
.1

2
.1

5
.1

5
.1

2
.1

2
.1

.1
.1

.1
2

.1
2

2
2

63

1.0

.9

.7

5

.4

.4

5

.6

.6

.6

.6

.6

.7

.7

.7

64
65
66
67

.9
.4
.6
2

.9
.4
.5
.1

.9
.4
5
.1

.9
.3
.4
.1

.9
5
A
.1

5
.4
.4
.1

1.0
.4
.4
.1

1.0
.4
5
2

1.0
.4
5
.3

1.0
.4
5
.3

1.0
.4
5
.3

1.0
.4
.5
3

1.0;
.5
.6
.3

1.0
5
5
.4

1.1
.5
.6
.4

60

.

Table 2.4.—Personal Consumption Expenditures by Type of Expenditure-Continued
(Billions of dollars]
Line

Transportation
User-operated transportation
New autos (d.)
Net purchases of used autos (d.) .
Other motor vehicles (d.) .
Tires, tubes, accessories, and other parts (d.)
Repair, greasing, washing, parking, storage,
rental, and leasing (s.).
Gasoline and oil (n.d.)
Bridge, tunnel, ferry, and road tolls (s.)
Insurance19 (s.)
Purchased local transportation
Mass transit systems (s.)....
Taxicab (s.)
Purchased intercity transportation..
Railway ( i )
Bus (s.)

Recreation....
Books and maps (d.)
Magazines, newspapers, and sheet music (n.d.)
Nondurabletoysand sport supplies (n.d.)
Wheel goods, sports and photographic equipment
boats, and pleasure aircraft (d.).
Video and audio products, computing equipment,
and musical instruments (d.).
Radio and television repair (s.)
Flowers, seeds, and potted plants (n.d.)
Admissions to specified spectator amusements
Motion picture theaters (s.)
Legitimate theaters and opera, and
entertainments of nonprofit institutions (except
athletics) (s.).
Spectator sports21 (s.)
Clubs andfraternalorganizations21 (s.)
Commercial participant amusements11 (s.) .
Parwnutuel net receipts (s.)
Other24 (s.)

1929

1930

1932

1931

1937

1936

1935

1934

1933

1940

1939

1938

62

5.1

4.0

4.0

4.7

5A

62

65

5.7

65

72

8.6

55

55

69
70
71
72
73
74

6.1
2.6
0
.1
.6
4

4.7
1.6
0
.1
5
.6

3.8
1.1
0
.1
.4
5

3.0
.6
0
0
.3
.4

3.1
.8
0
0
2
A

3.6
1.0
0
.1
2
A

4.3
15
0
.1
.4
5

5.0
1.9
0
.1
.4
5

5.4
2.0
0
.1
.4
.5

4.5
12
0
.1
.4
5

52
1.6
0
,1
5
.6

6.0
2.1
.1
.1
5
.6

72
2.6
2
.1
.7
.8

3.6
.1
4
0
.3
.6

25
.1
.3
0
.4
.6

75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85

13
0
.1
1.1
4
2
5
.4
.1
0
.1

1.7
0
.1
1.1

15
0
.1

2
.4
.3
.1
0
0

1.5
0
.1
.9
.8
2
2
2
.1
0
0

.7
.1
2
2
0
0
0

IS
0
.1
.7
.6
.1
2
2
0
0
0

1.6
0
.1
A
,7
.1
.3
2
0
0
0

1.7
0
.1
A
.7
.1
2
2
.1
0
0

1.9
O
.1
.8
.7
.1
.3
2
.1
0
0

Z1
0
.1
.9
.7
.1
.4
2
.1
0
0

2.1
0
.1
4
.7
.1
4
2
.1
0
0

22
0
.1
4
.7
2
.4
2
.1
0
0

2.3
.1
2
.9
4
2
.4
2
.1
0
0

25
.1
2
1.0
.8
2
.4
2
.1
0
0

2.1
0
.1
15
1.0
4
.7
.4
2
0
0

13
0
2
1.6
1.3
.4
1.0
.7
2
0
0

86

4.4

44

32

25

22

15

25

34

3A

34

35

34

44

' 4.7

5J0

87
88
89
90

2
5
.3
2

.3
5
2
2

2
5
2
2

2
A
2
.1

2
A
2
.1

2
A
2
.1

2
.5
2
.1

2
5
2
2

2
5
4
2

2
5
.3
2

2
.6
.3
2

2
.6
4
.3

.3
.6
.4
.3

.3
.7
.4
.3

.4
J)
.4

91

1.0

.9

.5

.3

2

2

2

5

.4

.3

.4

5

.6

.6

.4

&

0

0

2
4
.7
.1

2
1.0
.8
.1

2
12
1.0
.1

.1
3
15
1.3
.1

.1
2
2
0
4

.1
2
2
.1
4

.1
2
2
.1
.3

.1
2
2
.1
.4

.1
.3
2
.1
.4

.7

.7

.7

4

4

1.1

.3
2
2

4
2
2

4
2
2

.4
2
2

.4
4
5

.4
.3
A

4

14

1.0

1.1

1.1

14

15

4

4

2

.1

.1

2

2

.1
2
.1

0
2
4
.7
.1

0
.1
.9
.7
.1

0
.1
.6
5
.1

0
.1
.6
5
0

0
.1
.6
.5
0

0
.1
.7
.6
0

0
2
4
.6
.1

0
2
4
.7
.1

0
2
.8
.7
.1

0
2
4
.7
.1

97
98
99
100
101

.1
2
2
0
2

.1
.3
2
0
2

.1
2
.1
0
2

0
.3
.1
0
2

.1
2
.1
0
2

.1
2
.1
0
2

.1
2
.1
0
2

.1
2
.1
0
4

.1
2
2
0
4

.1
2
.1
0
.3

102

4

4

2

.7

JS

.6

5

4

.7

103
104
105

.3
2
2

2
2
2

2
2
2

.3
2
2

2
.1
2

2
.1
.1

.3
.1
2

4
2
2

4
2
2

Religious and welfare activities28 (s.).

106

12

12

12

14

4

J
9

5

4

Foreign travel and other, net

107

5

5

A

2

2

2

2

4

108
109
110

.6
0
.1

.6
0
.1

.4
0
.1

2
0
.1

2
0
.1

2
0
.1

2
0
.1

A

0

.4
0
.1

0

111

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Foreign travel by U.S.residents(s.)
Expenditures abroad by U.S. residents (n.d.)
Less: Expenditures in the United States by
nonresidents (s.).
Less: Personal remittances in kind to nonresidents
(n.d.J.
Seefootnotes)at end of table.




1943

7.7

0
2
4
.7
.1

Higher education « ( s . ) .
Nursa^, elementary, and secondary schools36 (s.) ,

1942

68

92
93
94
95
96

Education and research „

1941

•

.4
0

.1

.1
0

0

2

4

0

0

.1

.1

.1
0

0

0

.1
.3
.1
0

Table 2.4.—Personal Consumption Expenditures by Type of Expenditure—Continued
[Billions of dollars]
Une

personal consumption expenditures

1944

1946

1945

1947

1948

1949

1950

1952

1951

1954

1953

1955

1957

1956

1958

1

1083

1193

1443

1623

175A

178.9

192.7

208.7

219.7

2335

240.7

259.1

2713

286.7

2963

2

393

433

50.7

56.1

582

563

58.1

652

693

705

71.7

73.6

76.7

80.7

833

Food purchased for off-premise consumption (n.d.) .. 3
4
Purchased meals and beverages1 (n.d.)
5
Food furnished to employees (including military)
(n.d.).
Food produced and consumed on farms (n.d.)
6
Tobacco products (n.d.)
7

24.1
8.1
2.4

262
9.5
2.8

32.7
10.9
13

37.9
103
1.0

39.6
11.0
1.0

38.6
10.8
1.0

39.8
11.1
1.1

442
12.7
1.6

46.7
13.6
13

47.8
14.1
1.7

49.3
14.4
1.5

50.9
14.9
13

53.1
15.6
12

562
16.3
12

583
16.4
12

2.1
26

22
2.9

2.5
3.4

2.6
3.7

25
4.0

2.1
4.1

1.9
43

22
4.5

2.1
4.9

1.9
5.1

1.7
4.9

1.6
5.1

1.5
5.3

1.4
5.7

1.4
63

Addenda: Food excluding alcoholic beverages (n.d.)
Alcoholic beverages purchased for off*
premise consumption (n.d.).
Other alcoholic beverages (n.d.)

29.9
4.7

332
5.1

39.0
5.6

43.7
5.9

46.3
5.1

44.8
5.0

46.0
5.1

52.4
5.1

55.3
55

56.3
5.6

57.7
5.5

59.3
5.7

61.7
53

652
5.9

67.9
5.9

Food end tobacco

8
9
10

2.1

2.4

2.7

2.7

2.8

2.7

23

32

3.4

35

3.5

3.6

33

4.0

4.0

11

17.5

193

223

223

242

233

23.7

25.6

26.6

273

272

28.4

29.7

303

303

Shoes (n.d.)
Clothing and accessories except shoes 2
Women's and children's (ni.)
Men's and boys' (n.d.)
Standard clothing issued to military personnel (n.d) .
Cleaning, storage, and repair of dothing and shoes

12
13
14
15
16
17

2.0
11.6
73
3.8
1.0
1.6

2.3
13.1
83
4.3
1.1
1.7

2.8
15.1
9.7
5.4
.4
22

3.0
15.6
9.9
5.6
2
2.4

3.1
16.8
10.9
5.9
2
2.5

3.1
16.0
102
5.8
2
2.5

3.3
16.0
10.0
6.0
.3
2.5

3.3
17.5
10.9
6.6
.4
27

3.3
18.5
11.6
6.8
3
23

3.3
18.7
12.0
6.8
2
2.9

3.3
183
12.0
6.8
.1
2.9

3.6
19.6
125
7.1
.1
3.0

3.8
20.5
13.1
7.4
.1
3.1

3.8
20.6
13.3
7.4
.1
3.2

4.1
20.7
135
72
.1
3.1

Jewefiy and watches (d.)
Other* (s.)

18
19

1.0
2

12
3

1.4
2

1.4
2

1.4
2

1.3
.2

1.3
2

1.4
2

15
.3

1.6
.3

1.7
.3

13
.3

13
.4

1.8
.4

1.9

3.7

4.1

4.6

43

1.9
1.7

22
2.0

2.4
22

2.6
23

Clothing, accessories, and jewelry

A

20

Housing

..„„.„

Owner-occupied nonfarm dwellings-space rent4 (s.)
Tenant-occupied nonfarm dwellings—rent5 (s.)
Rental value of farm dwellings (s?)
Other6 (s.)

Household operation
Furniture, including mattresses and bedsprings (d.)..
Ktahen and other household appliances'(d)
China, glassware, tableware, and utensils d.)
Other durable house furnishings8 (d.)
Semidurable house furnishings9 M . )
weaning and polishing preparations, and
miscellaneous household supplies and paper
products (n.d).
Stationery and writing supplies (n.d.)
Household utilities Z . ^ Z
.. L........„
Bectricity (s.) J I Z I Z
Gas (s.)
Water and other sanit^ » r ^ (sT!
Fuel V„ O H coal (n.d.)
oil and WOI Jl I.U.J
.
JJ
Telephone and telegraph (s.)
Domestic service (s)7....L..
Other10 (S.)
..„'
;

Medkalcara
11

Drug preparations and sundries (n.d)
^ ^ p r o d u c t s and orthopedic appliances (<t)

Hospitals and nursing homes "

-

Nonprofit (s.)
1
! 7.!
Proprietary (s.)
M Government (s.)
Nirsing homes (s.)
Health insurance
Medical care a n d " h o s S t e i S n ^ " 1 5 ™
Income loss13 (s.) .
Workers* compen)saK* l ®'(so"Ziri
Personal business
g a r a g e charges and investment counseling (s.)..
w t t service charges, trust services, and safe
deposit box rental (s.).
s^Kes furnished without payment by financial
intermediaries except life insurance carriers and
private noninsured pension plans.
expense of handling life insurance17 (s.)
Ugal services ( S . ) „
L„
^ ^ b ^ e ^ e n s e s ( s . )

Seefootnote(s)at end of table.




21

22

23

23

2.4

27

23

3.1

21
22

1.0
3

1.1
3

1.1
1.0

12
1.0

1.3
1.0

1.3
1.0

1.4
1.1

15
12

1.6
1.3

1.7
1.4

13
1.6

23

123

123

142

163

173

19.6

21.7

243

273

293

323

34.4

36.7

393

423

24
25
26
27

6.1
4.8
13
3

6.5
4.7
1.1
.6

7.4
4.9
13
.6

83
5.3
1.4
.8

9.7
5.9
1.5
3

11.0
63
1.4
3

12.4
7.1
15
.8

14.1
7.7
1.6
3

15.9
8.4
1.7
.9

17.9
92
13
1.0

19.7
93
1.7
1.1

21.4
10.1
1.7
1.1

232
105
1.7
12

25.0
112
13
1.4

27.0
113
13
1.4

143

153

193

23.7

26.1

253

29.1

31.1

315

333

33.7

373

393

412

423

29
30
31
32
33
34

1.3
.6
1.4
1.5
3

13
.3
3
15
15

J

22
1.6
1.3
22
2.0
.9

2.5
2.9
1.3
2.4
2.1
1.5

23
3.1
1.4
2.7
2.4
1.6

2.7
23
1.4
2.7
23
1.6

3.1
3.6
1.5
3.1
2.6
13

32
3.5
1.6
35
2.8
2.0

3.5
35
1.6
32
2.6
1.9

3.7
3.6
1.6
3.1
2.6
2.1

33
3.7
1.6
2.9
24
2.3

4.4
4.1
1.7
33
2.6
25

4.6
43
13
3.6
27
2.7

45
4.3
1.7
33
2.7
2.9

4.5
4.1
1.7
33
2.6
3.1

35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43

.4
4
1.1
.7
.4
2.0
1.1
1.9
.7

.4
4.5
12
.7
.4
22
12
2.1
3

.4
5.0
1.3
.8
.5
2.5
13
21
.8

.4
5.8
1.5
.9
.5
3.0
1.4
2.3
.9

5
6.6
1.7
1.0
.5
3.4
1.6
2.4
1.0

.5
6.5
1.9
1.0
.6
3.1
1.7
2.4
1.0

.5
7.3
2.1
12
.6
3.4
1.9
26
1.1

.6
7.9
2.4
1.3
.7
3.5
22
2.7
12

.6
8.3
2.7
1.5
.7
35
2.4
2.6
1.3

.7
8.7
2.9
1.6
3
3.4
2.7
27
1.4

.7
9.4
32
1.8
3
3.5
2.8
2.6
15

3
102
35
2.0
.9
3.8
3.1
3.1
1.6

.8
11.0
3.8
23
1.0
3.9
3.3
3.3
1.7

.9
11.6
4.1
2.4
1.1
4.1
3.6
33
13

.9
12.3
4.4
2.7
1.1
42
33
35
1.9

44

Barbershops, beauty parlors, and health clubs (s.).

23

28

Toilet articles rniu preparations (n.d.).
and pvpcuouvm \n.vi.|

13

3.4

43

52

6.4

75
<

85

83

9.4

103

113

124

13.4

142

155

17.1

183

45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59

1.1
.3
1.3
.6

1.1
3
1.4
.6
.3
1.1

1.3
.4
13
3
3
1.4

1.3
.4
2.1
3
.4
1.7

15
.4
2.4
.9
.5
13

1.6
5
25
.9
3
21

1.7
.5
2.6
1.0
5
2.3

2.0
5
2.7
1.0
.5
2.6

2.1
.6
3.0
1.1
5
2.9

2.2
.6
3.3
12
.6
32

22
.6
3.7
1.4
.6
35

2.4
.6
33
15
.7
3.8

2.7
.7
42
1.7
.7
42

3.0
.7
4.6
1.8
3
4.7

32
.7
5.1
13
.9
5.4

-.....

.. „„

.6
.4
.4

.7
5
.4

15
1.1
0
.4

113

113

12.6

.7

.7
.7

3
3

2

2

2

1.0
—
—
—........

..............

..............
..............

.—.......

—

"""""""

I — z

-

3
.3
3

.3

3
2
.3
.3

"

.

...»

.3
3
3

".9
3
.3
3

.4
.3
.3

5
.4
.4

.6
.4
.4

1.4
.6
.4
.4

83

9.1

10.1

5

.6
5

.7
.6

60

33

42

43

53

53

63

63

72

75

61
62

2
2

3
2

.3
2

.3
.3

3
.3

3
.3

.5
.4

5
.4

.4
.4

.7

.8

12

13

1.4

15

1.7

1.8

13

2.4

2.7

3.1

3.4

3.5

3.6

63
64
65
66
67

1.1
3
.7
5

1.1
.6
.7
.4

12
.6
.7
5

1.4
.7
3
.6

13
.8
3
.6

1.6
.8
.9
.6

1.8
.9
.9
.6

1.9
1.0
1.0
.7

2.0
1.0
1.0
.7

21
1.1
1.1
.7

22
13
1.1
.7

25
1.4
1.1
3

23
1.4 ,
12
3

3.1
1.6
1.3
.9

32
1.8
1.4
3

A

.7

Table 2.4.—Personal Consumption Expenditures by Type of Expenditure-Continued
[Billions of dollars]
1944

Une

Transportation
User-operated transportation
New autos (d.)
Net purchases of used autos (d.)
Other motor vehicles (d.)
TTres, tubes, accessories, and other parts (d.)
Repair, greasing, washing, parking, storage,
rental, and leasing (s.).
Gasoline and oil (n.d.)
Bridge, tunnel, ferry, and road tolls (s.)
Instance" (s.)
Purchased local transportation
Mass transit systems (s.)
Taxicab (s.)
Purchased intercity transportation
Railway (s.)
Bus (s.)
Airline (s.) ....
Other26 (s.) .
Recreation .
Books and maps (d.)
Magazines, newspapers, and sheet music (n.d.)
Nondurable toys and sport supplies (n.d.)
Wheel goods, sports and photographic equipment
boats, and pleasure aircraft (d.).
Video and audio products, computing equipment
and musical instruments (d.J.
Radio and television repair (s.)
Flowers, seeds, and potted plants (n.d.)
Admissions to specified spectator amusements
Motion picture theaters (s.)
Legitimate theaters and opera, and
entertainments of nonprofit institutions (except
athletics) (s.).
Spectator sports2' (s.)
Clubs and fraternal organizations22 Is.)
Commercial participant amusements23 (s.)
Pari-mutuel net receipts (s.)
Other24 (s.)

Education andresearch.

1945

1946

1947

1955

1956

1957

1958

6.8

125

15.9

18.5

21.8

25.4

25.1

25.3

29.3

29.1

34.9

342

36.8

35.1

4.0
0
.3
0
.7
1.0

9.5
2.0
.4
.3
1.4
1.7

13.0
4.0
.8
A
1.4
2.0

15.5
5.0
12
.5
1.3
22

18.9
7.7
1.3
.4
12
2.4

22.6
10.3
1.4
.5
1.5
2.5

22.1
8.6
1.5
.5
2.9

22.3
8.0
1.3
.4
1.6
3.1

26.2
11.1
.9
.4
1.5
3.5

26.1
10.8
.5
.4
1.3
3.6

31.9
13.8
1.9
.5
1.6
3.9

31.1
11.6
2.0
.6
1.7
4.3

33.7
12.6
2.1
.6
2.0
4.6

32.0
9.7
2.5
.5
2.1
4.8

75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85

1.4
0
2
1.7
1.4
.4
1.1
.7
.3
0
0

1.8
0
2
1.7
1.4
.4
1.1
.7
.3
.1
0

3.4
.1
.3
1.9
1.4
i
1.0
.6
2
.1
0

4.0
.1
.4
1.9
1.4
S
1.0
.5
.3
.1
0

4.8
.1
.5
2.0
1.5
.5
1.0
.5
.3
.1
0

5.3
.1
.6
2.0
1.5

5.5
.1
.8
1.9
1.4

.9
5
.3
.1
0

.9
.4
.3
.1
0

6.1
.1
.9
2.0
1.5
.5
1.0
.4
.3
.2
0

6.8
.1
1.0
2.0
1.5
.5
1.1
.5
.4
2
0

8.6
2
1.4
13
1.4
.5
1.1
.4
.3
.3
0

9.4
2
1.4
2.0
1.4
.6
1.1
.4
.3
.4
0

10.2
2
1.4
2.0
1.4
.6
1.2
.4
.3
.4
0

10.6
.3
1.6
1.9
1.3
.6
1.1
.3
.3
.5
0

86

5.4

6.2

8.6

9.3

9.7

10.0

112

11.7

12.3

13.1

13.6

14.6

155

153

m

87
88
89
90

5
.9
.5
.3

5
1.0
.6
.4

.6
1.1
.8
.8

JS
12
.9
1.0

.6
1.4
1.1
1.0

.6
1.5
12
.8

.7
1.5
1.4
.9

.8
1.6
1.7
.9

.8
1.7
1.7
1.0

.8
1.8
1.7
1.1

.8
1.8
1.6
12

.9
1.9
1.8
1.4

1.0
1.9
2.0
1.6

1.0
2.0
2.0
1.7

1.0
2.1
2.1
1.9

7.4
2
1.3
2.0
1 JS
JS
1.1
.4
.3
.3
0

7.8
2
1 JS
1.9
1.4
.5
1.0
.4
.3
.3
0

91

.3

1.1

1.4

1.5

1.7

2.4

22

2.4

2.6

2.8

2.9

3.0

2.9

2.8

92
93
94
95
96

.1
.3
1.6
1.3
.1

.1
.4
1.7
1.5
.1

.1
.4
2.1
1.7
.2

.1
.4
2.0
1.6
2

2
A
1.9
1.5
2

2
.5
1.9
1.5
2

.3
.5
1.8
1.4
.2

.4
5
1.8
1.3
2

.4
JS
1.7
1.3
2

.5
.6
1.7
1.3
.2

.5
.6
1.8
1.4
2

.6
.6
2.0
1.5
2

.6
.6
2.1
1.5
.3

.7
.6
1.8
1.2
.3

.8
.6
1.7
1.1
.3

97
98
99
100
101

.1
2
.1
.4

.1
.3
.2
2
JS

2
.4
.3
2
.5

.2
.5
.3
.3
.6

2
.5
.3
.3
.6

2
.5
.4
2
.6

2
J5
A
2
.7

2
.6
.4
.3
.7

2
.6
.4
.3
.8

2
.6
.4
.4
.9

2
.6
JS
A
1.0

2
.7
.5
.4
1.1

.2
.7
.6
.4
1.2

.3
.8
.6
.4
1.3

.3
.8
.7
.5
1.4

1.7

1.8

1.9

2.1

22

2.4

2.5

2.8

3.1

3.4

3.7

.8
5
A

.9
.5
.4

.9
JS
.5

1.0
.6
5

1.0
.7
JS

1.0
.7
.6

1.1
.6

12
.9
.7

1.4
1.0
.7

15
1.1
.8

1.7
12
.9

2.6

3.0

32

3.4

35

4.0

4.2

45

1.1

1 JS

15

1.6

1.7

1.7

1.9

1.3
1.1
.7

1.5
1.1

.8

1.6
1.1
.9

1.7
1.1
1.0

1.9
1.1
1.0

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

1.1

1.1

12

.5
2
.3

5
.3
.3

.6
.3
.3

.7
.4
.3

Religious and welfare actives28 (s.)....

106

1.7

1.8

2.1

2.1

Foreign travel and other, net

107

j6

12

-.1

0

108
109
110

2
.6
2

.3
12
2

.5
.1
.4

0

.3

111

0

22

22

2A

.3

.6

.7

.6
2
A

.7
.3
.4

.9
.4
.5

.9
.3
5

.9
.6
.6

1.0
.6

12
1.1
.7

.3

2

2

.1

.1

.1

.1

NOTE.—Consumer durable goods are designated (d.), nondurable goods (n.d.), and services (s.).
t.. Consists of purchases (induding tips) of meals and beverages from retail, service, and amusement establishments, hotels, dining and buffet care, schools, school fraternities, institutions, clubs, and industrial lunchrooms. Includes meaJs and beverages consumed both on and off-premise.
2. Includes luagage.
3. Consists of watch, clock, and jewelry repairs, costume and dress suit rental, and miscellaneous personal services.
4. Consists of rent tor space and for heating and plumbing facilities, water heaters, lighting fixtures, kitchen cawnets, Enoieum, storm windows and doors, window screens, and screen doors, but excludes rent for appliances and
furniture and purchases of fuel and electricity.
5. Consists of space rent (see footnote 4) and rent for appliances, furnishings, and furniture.
6. Consists of transient hotels, motels, clubs, schools, and other group housing.
7. Consists of refrigerators and freezers, cooking ranges, dishwashers, laundry equipment, stoves, room air conditioners, sewing machines, vacuum cleaners, and other appliances.
6. includes such house furnishings as floor coverings, comforters, quilts, blankets, pillows, picture frames, mirrors
art products, portable lamps, and clocks. Also includes writing equipment and hand, power, and garden tools.
9. Consists largely of textile house furnishings including piece goods allocated to house furnishing use. Also indues lamp shades, brooms, and brushes.
10. Consists of maintenance services for appliances and house furnishings, moving and warehouse expenses
postage and express charges, premiums for fire and theft insurance on personal property less benefits and dividends, and miscellaneous household operation services.
11. ExcltxJes drug preparations and related products dispensed by physicians, hospitals, and other medical serv12. Consists of osteopathic physicians, chiropractors, private duty nurses, chiropodists, podiatrists, and others proofing health and allied services, not elsewhere classified
13. Consists of (1) current expenditures (induding consumption of fixed capital) of nonprofit hospitals and nursing
homes, and (2) payments by patients to proprietary and government hospitals and nursing homes.
14. Consists of (1) premiums, less benefits and dividends, for health, hospitalization, and accidental death and
dismemberment insurance provided by commercial insurance carriers, and (2) administrative expenses finciixSna consuripton of fixed caprta!) of Blue Cross and Blue Shield plans and of other independent prepaid a r t ™
fed
neaftn ptans.
15. Consists of premiums, less benefits and dwidends, tor income loss insurance.
16. Consists of premiums, less benefits and (Svidends. for privately administered workers' compensation.




1954

1953

1952

1951

3.0
.1
.3
0
.4
.7

.

102

Foreign travel by U.S. residents (s.)
Expenditures abroad by U.S. residents (rid.)
Less: Expenditures in the United States by
nonresidents (s.).
Less: Personal remittances in kind to nonresidents
(n.d.).

1950

5.8

63
69
70
71
72
73
74

103
104
105

Higher education23 (s.),
Nurses, elementary, and secondary schools26 (s.)
Other" (s.)

1949

1948

&

.8

17. Consists of (1)operating expenses of life insurance carriers and private noninsured pension plans, and
(2)premiums, less benefits and dividends, of fraternal benefit societies. Exdudes expenses allocated by commercial
carriers to acddent and health insurance.
18. Consists of current expenditures (induding consumption of fixed capital) of trade unions and professional associations, employment agency fees, money order fees, spending for classified advertisements, tax return preparation
services, and other personal business services.
19. Consists of premiums, less" benefits and dividends, for motor vehicle insurance.
20. Consists of baggage charges, coastal and inland waterway fares, travel agents' fees, and airport bus fares.
21. Consists of admissions to professional and amateur athletic events and to racetracks.
22. Consists of dues and fees exduding insurance premiums.
23. Consists of billiard parlors; bowling alleys; dandng, riding, shooting, skating, and swimming places; amusement
devices and parte; golf courses; sightseeing buses and guides; private flying operations; casino gambling; and otner
commercial participant amusements.
24. Consists of net receipts of lotteries and expenditures for purchases of pets and pet care services, cable
TV, film processing, photographic studios, sporting and recreation camps, video cassette rentals, and recreational
services, not elsewhere dassified.
25. For private institutions, equals current expenditures (including consumption of fixed capital) less receiptssuch as those from meals, rooms, and entertainments-accounted for separately in consumer expenditures, ana
less expenditures for research and development financed under contracts or grants. For government institutions,
equals student payments of tuition.
26. For private institutions, equals current expenditures (induding consumption of fixed capital) less receipts such as those from meals, rooms, and entertainments—accounted for separately in consumer expenditures. For government institutions, equals student payments of tuition. Excludes child day care services, which are induded in
religious and welfare activities.
27. Consists of (1)fees paid to commercial, business, trade, and correspondence schools and for educational
services, not elsewhere classified, and (2)current expenditures (including consumption of fixed capital) by research
organizations andfoundationsforeducation and research.
. 28- For nonprofit institutions, equals current expenditures (induding consumption of fixed capital) of religious, soaal welfare, foreign relief, and political organizations, museums, libraries, and foundations. The expenditures are
net of receipts-such as those from meals, rooms, and entertainments-accounted for separately in consumer expenditures, and excludes relief payments within the United States and expenditures by foundations for education
and research. For proprietary and government institutions, equals receipts from users.

Table 2.5.—Personal Consumption Expenditures by Type of Expenditure in Constant Dollars
[Billions of 1987 dollars]
1929

Personal consumption expenditures

1930

1931

1932

1933

1934

1935

1936

1937

1938

1939

1941

1940

1942

1943

5545

Addenda: Food excluding alcoholic beverages (n.d.)
Alcoholic beverages purchased for offpremise consumption (n.d.).
Other alcoholic beverages (n.d.)

Clothing, accessories, and Jewelry
Shoes (n.d.) .
Clothing and accessories except shoes2
Women's and children's (n.d.)
Men's and boys' (n.d.)
Standard clothing issued to military personnel (n.d) .
Cleaning, storage, and repair of closing and shoes
W.
Jewelry and watches (d.)
Otheri (s.)
....'
Personal care

456.6

447.4

461.1

487.6

534.4

554.6

5422

568.7

5952

6295

628.7

647.3

148l5

149.6

140.0

136.3

142.9

1492

168.1

177j0

181.4

187.1

1955

206.7

212.0

218.6

99.8
28.9

95.9
31.5
2.1

882

22

97.1
29.6
22

31.0
2.0

90.6
23.7
2.0

93.3
27.0
22

97.4
28.8
2.3

110.9
32.9
2.5

1142
37.3
2.8

118.0
37.7
2.7

119.3
41.4
2.9

1252
43.8
3.1

129.6
48.0
42

128.3
51.0
6.3

123,6
572
9.9

6.9
14.0

6.9
12.7

7.4
12.8

7.3
11.4

73
12.0

7.6
12.9

7.0
13.6

7.1
14.7

7.1
15.6

72
15.7

7.4
16.1

72
16.6

6.9
18.0

6.8
19.6

72
20.7

137.8
0

135.8
0

136.8
0

128.6
0

120.0
.7

119.4
6.4

122.1
8.7

136.6
112

142.9
11.6

148,1
105

152.6
10.7

1605
10.9

168.0
11,9

170.3
12.7

174.8
12.7

3.6

42

45

5.7

7.0

7.0

7.7

7.9

8.7

9.3

104

53.2

Food purchased for off-premise consumption (n.d.) ..
Purchased meals and beverages1 (n.d.)
Food furnished to employees (including military)
(ad.).
Food produced and consumed on farms (n.d.)
Tobacco products (n.d.)

501.0

151^8

Food and tobacco

520J0

48J0

45.6

40.0

35.8

38.3

412

452

45.9

46.1

48.9

505

55.3

57.7

92
31.6

8.0
28.6
16.8

82
22.7
12.7
10.0
0
5.7

8.1
25.0
142
10.8
0
6.3

8.9
272
15.0
12.3
0
7.1

95
26.6
14.5
12.1
0
7.6

9.4
27.0
152
11.8
.1
7.4

9.3
29.7
16.8
12.9
.1
7.5

95
30.6
17.6
13.1
.1
8.1

102
32.2
18.1
14.1
5
92

10.8
31.8
18.5
13.4
2.0

10.2
34.4
21.0
13.4
3.1
11.6

8.1

82
242
14.0
0
5.7

7.4
21.7
122
9.6
.1
52

13.4
0
9.1

11.8
0
8.4

28.0
165
11.5
0
72

1.8
1.4

1.7
1.3

1.1
1.1

.9
.9

.6
.8

.7
.9

.9
.9

1.0
1.0

12
1.0

1.3
1.0

1.4
1.0

1.5
1.1

1.7
12

1.9
1.3

2.4
15

182

10.1

8.7

Owner-occupied nonfarm dwellings—space rent4 (s.)
Tenant-occupied nonfarm dwellings—rent5 (s.)
Rental value of farm dwellings (s.)
..
Other6 (s.)

Household operation
Furniture, including mattresses and bedsprings (d.)..
Kitchen and other household appliances'(d.)
China, glassware, tableware, and utensils (d.
Other durable house furnishings8 (d.)
Semidurabie house furnishings* (n.d.)
Cleaning and polishing preparations, and
miscellaneous household supplies and paper
products (n.d).
^
Electricity (s.)

.

Gas (S.)

;zi.zzzi.z"

7.1

6.1

7A

7.7

82

&7

85

85

85

9.4

9.8

105

2.4
55

2.0
5.0

1.6
45

2.0
5.0

2.0
5.6

2.1
6.1

2.3
6.4

2.3
5.9

2.6
6.0

2.7
6.1

32
62

35
6.3

4.1
6.4

51.8

49.1

51.7

52.1

53.1

54 JO

54.8

56.1

575

61.1

63.8

242
19.0
6.7
2.5

235
192
6.7
2.4

22.8
19.5
6.6
2.3

22.0
2.1

22 2
18.5
6.4
2.0

225
20.6
6.3
2.3

225
20.9
62
25

22.7
21.4
62
2.7

22.8
22.1
6.3
2.8

23.0
22.8
6.3
25

23.4
235
6.4
2.9

24.0
24.3
65
3.1

25.8
25.5
65
3.3

27.8
26.3
65
32

29.9
26.3
6.4
3.7

70.6

66.7

604)

58.4

62.6

66.3

73.7

762

715

78.1

83.3

875

865

81.9

7.0
1.3
4.9
5.4
3.4
2.8

5.6
3.6
4.6
3.0
2.7

5.4
1.1
3.8
4.4
32
Z7

4.2
.7
3.9
3.6
2.9
2.4

3.7
.9
35
2.9
2.8
2.4

3.8
12
35
32
2.9
2.8

5.0
1.4
3.3
3.4
3.1
3.0

62
1.7
3.9
4.5
3.9
3.3

62
1.9
4.4
4.4
4.0
3.6

5.7
1.6
4.0
4.1
4.0
35

6.6
1.7
4.0
4.6
5.0
3.7

7.3
2.0
4.3
45
5.3
4.1

82
25
52
55
5.6
45

1.5
4.8
5.0
5.3
4.8

55
5
4.0
4.9
5.4
4.9

25.4

.7
24.1

5
23.3

2.0

2.1

2.2

3.9

3.9
32
14.1
15
15.3
1.7

.6
24.0
2.1
3.7
3.4
145
1.3
145
1.6

.7
25.0
2.3
3.7
3.7
15.3
1.4
16.4
1.6

.9
25.8
2.4
3.7
3.7
15.9
15
172
1.7

.9
27.5
2.6
3.9
35
172
1.6
18.3
1.9

1.0
27.8
25
4.0
3.9
17.0
1.7
19.3
ZO

1.0
26.6
3.0
3.9
3.9
15.8
1.7
17.6
2.1

1.1
28.4
32
4.0
4.1
17.1
1.9
18.9
22

12
30.4
35
4.3
42
18.4
2.0
195
22

1.4
31.4
3.7
4.3
45
19.0
22
18.7
2.3

1.4
32.6
4.0
4.7
45
19.5
2.5
19.1
2.6

1.7
33.4
4.1
4.9
4.6
19.9
2.9
15.8
2,9

252
1.8
3.7
3.1

!

16.6

162

1.8
21.5
1.9

20.1
13

3.9
3.3
14.7
1.7
17.8
1.9

33.8

33.3

31.6

295

30.4

30.8

325

33.7

33.4

35.1

362

375

40-0

41-3

2.0

1.9
5

1.7
.4
105
4.0
2.1

1.7
.4
9.7
3.6
1.9
115

1.9
.6
10.4
3.7
1.9
112

2.0
.6
10.5
3.6
1.9
115

22
.7
115
3.9
2.0
11.6

2.4
5
115
3.9
2.0
12.0

2.4
.7
11.1
35
1.9
12.6

2.6
.8
11.7
42
2.0
13.0

2.7
.9
11.9
4.4
2.0
135

3.0
1.1
122
45
2.0
13.7

35

14.6

4.1
1.4
12.1
4J9
2.0
15.4

.6

-J

5

7

.7

5

5

i".i

1.2

1,4

Dug preparationsand sundries11 (n.d.)
S g J J p *

12

195
65

34.1

Water and other sanitary services (s.)
fuel oil and coal (n.d.)
Telephone and telegraph (s.)
Domestic service (s.)
Other10 (S.)
1........"IZ.1Z
Medical care

7.9

2.4
6.0

76.0

Housing

8.3

2.7
6.0

514

Toilet articles and preparations (n.d.)
Bartjershops, beauty parlors, and health clubs (s.)...

and orthopedic appliances (d.)

Dentists ( s . ) l . . ! Z " Z Z ! " r * " " I !
!!
Ofier professional services ' ( £ f " Z " I " ! ! Z Z Z
Hospitals and nursing homes "
Hospitals .
Nonprofit (s.j
Proprietary (S.) .

32
1.8

.6
12.4
5.0
2.8
105

11.7
4.7
2.6
11.6

112
4.4
2.4

122

122

...

u ^ - g homes (s.)
insurance
.
wealth insurance.
Medical care and hospitalization14 (s'f!
Income loss13 (s.)
L.
Workers' compensation16 ($.)

Pfcsonal business

b expenses(si

&^) ^

~

Seefootnotestotable 2.4.




2.1

:::::::

613

58.0

53.1

59.0

505

555

57.7

58.6

545

55.1

542

542

52.1

5 2A

31.4
1.7

20.8
1.4

14.7
1J3

12.0
1.0

18.8
1.1

95
12

11.6
1.3

12.7
1.4

11.7
1.4

82
15

7.1
1.3

6.0
15

45
1.4

3.8
15

5.6
1.7

172

16.7

16.5

145

13.0

12.6

13.8

14.8

155

15.4

15.9

155

16.7

16.6

14.6

10.9

11.5
8.5
52
.9

115
9.1
55
1.3

12.4
95
55
1.4

12.0
9.4
5.8
15

12.0
9.7
5.7
2.4

12.1
9.7
5.4
2.6

12.4
10.1
5.4
25

12.3
102
5.6
2.9

12.0
105
55
32

10.9
105
5.4
32

10.8
10.3
5.7
3.7

74.7

Brokerage charges and investment counseling (s.) „.
sank senna charges, trust services, and safe
, deposit box rental (s.).
.
.
iut payment by financial
wermedianes except life insurance carriers and
j n w n noninsured pension plans.
Expense of handling life insurance17 (s.)
«gal services (s.)T.

*

.............. ..............

12
12.7
4.9

82
5.3
5

Table 2.5.—Personal Consumption Expenditures by Type of Expenditure in Constant Dollars-Continued
[Billions of 1987 dollars]
Line

1929

1932

1931

1930

1934

1933

1937

1936

1935

1939

1938

1941

1940

1942

1943

68

55.8

47.7

415

345

35.4

395

445

52.4

555

47.1

53.6

595

665

51.1

522

69
70
71
72
73
74

38.6
115
9.5
5
1.6
52

32.0
7.7
8.0
.4
1.4
4.3

27.4
55
5.8
.3
1.4
35

21.7
32
4.1
2
1.1
3.3

23.7
4.4
4.4
2
1.0
3.7

26.9
5.5
5.3
.3
12
4.1

32.3
8.4
72
.4
1.3
4.1

38.7
10.6
95
.5
1.4
4.6

40.7
10.7
10.1
.5
1.5
4.8

33.5
6.3
7.6
.4
1.3
4.6

39.4
8.8
9.0
.5
1.6
5.3

44.6
11.5
9.8
.5
1.9
5.8

49.7
12.7
10.4
.7
2.3
6.6

29.5
.5
10.5
0
1.1
4.7

23.9
.5
9.3
0
1.2
4.3

75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
54
85

9.1
.1
.8
14.3
122
2.0
25
22
5
0
.4

92
.1
1.0
13.3
11.3
2.0
2.4
1.8
.3
0
.3

9.5
.1
1.0
12.1
105
1.9
2.0
1.4
5
0
2

8.8
.1
1.0
10.9
9.0
1.9
1.6
1.1
5
0
2

8.8
.1
1.0
10.1
8.3
1.8
1.7
1.1
.3
0
2

9.4
.1
1.0
10.3
8.7
1.6
1.9
1.3
5
0
2

9.9
.1
1.0
10.5
8.9
1.6
25
1.3
.4
0
2

10.7
.1
12
11.1
9.6
15
2.6
1.7
5
0
2

* 11.6
.1
1.4
112
9.7
15
3.1
2.0
.8
0
2

11.9
.1
1.3
105
9.3
1.5
2.8
1.7
.9
0
2

12.7
.1
1.4
11.1
9.7
15
3.1
1.8
1.0
.1
2

13.4
.1
1.6
11.7
. 10.0
1.7
32
15
1.1
.1
2

15.0
.1
1.8
12.5
10.6
1.9
35
2.0
1.5
.1
2

11.3
.1
1.3
162
13.5
2.6
5.4
2.8
2.3
.1
2

72
.1
1.3
202
17.0
32
8.1
5.0
2.8
.1
2

86

28.1

275

26.1

21.4

20.7

22.1

232

255

27.4

262

27.7

29.7

315

345

362

87
88
89
90

2.6
55
1.3
.6

2.3
5.4
1.1
5

2.3
5.1
1.1
.5

15
4.6
.9
.4

15
4.7
5
.3

1.7
4.9
5
.4

1.9
5.0
.9
5

2.1
5.4
1.0
.6

2.4
5.6
1.1
.7

22
5.4
1.1
.7

22
5.8
12
5

2.Z
6.1
12
.9

25
6.6
1.5
1.0

2.8
7.1
1.4
.9

3.3
7.7
1.4
.9

91

5

.6

.4

.3

.3

.3

.3

.4

.5

.4

.6

.6

.8

.7

.4

92
93
94
95
96

0
1.1
95
75
15

.1
1.0
9.4
8.1
1.0

.1
.9
9.4
8.3
.8

.1
.9
75
65
.7

.1
.8
72
6.5
5

.1
.8
7.8
7.0
.5

.1
.7
85
7.4
5

.1
1.0
9.1
82
.6

.1
.8
9.5
85
.6

.1
1.1
92
8.1
.7

.1
1.4
9.4
82
.7

2
1.3
102
9.0
5

2
1.6
10.7
9.4
.9

2
12
12.6
11.3
.9

.2
1.1
14.3
12.9
1.1

97
98
99
100
101

.3
25
2.5
.1
1.7

.3
25
25
.1
1.6

5
2.6
22
.1
1.4

.2
2.4
1.7
.1
12

2
2.1
1.6
.1
1.1

.3
2.0
1.8
2
1.3

.3
15
1.9
.3
1.4

.4
1.9
2.1
.4
1.6

.4
15
2.4
.5
1.9

.4
15
to
5
15

.4
1.9
22
5
1.7

.4
2.0
2.4
.7
1.8

.5
1.9
2.6
.7
2.0

.4
1.8
2.5
.7
2.1

.3
1.7
2.3
.7
2.1

102 -

75

75

8.1

75

6.4

65

6.7

72

75

82

82

8.4

8.7

9.3

95

103
104
105

2.9
2.4
22

32
25
2.1

3.5
25
1.8

32
2.1
1.6

3.1
1.9
1.4

3.1
2.0
1.4

3.3
2.0
1.4

3.4
2.3
1.5

3.5
2.9
1.6

3.5
32
1.5

3.6
32
1.5

35
32
1.4

3.7
32
1.7

3.8
3.3
22

4.0
3.3
2.5

Religious and welfare activities2* (s.)

106

10.1

10.7

105

10.1

92

8.7

85

8.7

8.4

85

9.1

9.8

95

10.4

115

Foreign travel and other, net

107

2.1

25

22

22

15

1.4

15

1.7

15

15

1.0

5

.7

2.2

3.5

108
109
110

25
.3
1.1

3.0
5
1.0

25
.3
5

2.4
.4
.6

15
.4
.7

1.8
.3
.7

15
.4
5

2.3
.4
.9

25
.4
1.1

22
.4
1.1

15
.4
12

.9
.4
5

1.1
.4
.8

.7
2.4
.9

.8
3.8
1.1

111

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Transportation .
User-operated transportation .
New autos (d.) .
Net purchases of used autos (d.)
Other motor vehicles (d.)
Tires, tubes, accessories, and other parts (d.)..
Repair, greasing, washing, parking, storage,
rental, and leasing (s.).
Gasoline and oil (n.d.) .
Bridge, tunnel, ferry, and road tolls (s.)
Insurance19 (s.) .
Purchased local transportation..
Mass transit systems (s.)
Taxicab (s.)
Purchased intercity transportation..
Railway (s.)
Bus (s.)
Airline is.) .
Other26 (s.).
Recreation
Boohs and maps (d.)
Magazines, newspapers, and sheet music (n.d.)
Nondurable toys and sport supplies (n.d.)
Wheel goods, sports and photographic equipment,
boats, and pleasure aircraft (d.).
Video and audio products, computing equipment,
and musical instruments fd.).
Radio and television repair (s.)
Flowers, seeds, and potted plants (n.d.)
Admissions to specified spectator amusements
Motion picture theaters (s.)
Legitimate theaters and opera, and
entertainments of nonprofit institutions (except
athletics) (s.).
Spectator sports21 (s.)
ClUbs and fraternal organizations22 (s.)
Commercial participant amusements" (s.)
Pari-mutuel net receipts (s.)
Other24 (s.)
Education and research.
Higher education25 (s.)
Nursery, elementary, and seconda^ schools26 (s.) .
Other" (s.)

Foreign travel by U.S. residents (s.)
Expenditures abroad by U.S. residents (n.d.)
Less: Expenditures in the United States by
nonresidents (s.).
Less: Personal remittances in kind to nonresidents
(nd.).
See footnote(s) at end of table.




0

Table 2.5.—Personal Consumption Expenditures by Type of Expenditure in Constant Dollars-Continued
[Billions of 1987 dollars]
Une
Personal consumption expenditures

Food and tobacco

1944

1945

1946

1947

1948

1949

1950

1951

1952

1953

1954

1955

1956

1957

1958

1

671.2

7145

779.1

793.3

813.0

831.4

8743

894.7

9234

9625

9873

1,0473

1,078.7

1,104.4

1,1222

2

233.8

251.9

2652

2553

2542

256.6

260.9

269.1

2783

2883

292.4

3043

313.7

320.8

321.4

Food purchased for off-premise consumption (n.d.)..
Purchased meals and beverages1 (n.d.)
Food furnished to employees (induding military)
(ad.).
Food produced and consumed on farms (n.d.)
Tobacco products (n.d.)

3
4
5

130.1
632
13.5

137.4
71.7
14.8

155.9
70.7
7.6

157.0
62.4
52

157.1
60.7
4.9

158.8
61.6
4.9

1622
622
4.9

163.8
66.8
6.3

168.9
70.1
6.7

176.2
73.0
6.7

181.7
72.9
6.5

1912
75.1
6.3

198.0
77.4
62

203.8
78.1
62

204.9
77.0
6.0

6
7

6.8
202

7.0
21.0

72
23.8

6.5
24.7

62
25.4

5.8
255

5.7
25.9

5.5
26.8

5.4
273

5.0
275

4.9
265

4.7
26.8

4.5
27.6

4.1
28.7

3.9
29.6

Addenda: Food exduding alcoholic beverages (n.d.)
Alcoholic beverages purchased for offpremise consumption (n.d.).
Other alcoholic beverages (n.d.)

8
9

189.9
13.3

205.1
14.1

2135
15.1

203.3
15.4

2025
13.6

205.0
13.3

207.6
14.0

214.1
13.5

223.0
135

231.6
13.9

237.3
135

2475
13.9

255.6
14.2

261.4
14.0

261.0
14.0

Clothing, accessories, and Jewelry
Shoes (n.d.)
Clothing and accessories except shoes2
Women's and children's (n.d.)
Men's and boys' (n.d.) .
Standard clothing issued to military personnel (n.d) .
Cleaning, storage, and repair of doming and shoes
Jewelry and watches (d.)
Other 5 (s.)

10.4

11.8

12.8

12.4

12.8

123

13.4

14.7

145

152

15.1

15.8

16.4

16.7

16.8

11

61.8

652

692

66.6

663

665

675

67.1

702

713

715

743

76.1

75.6

755

12
13
14
15
16
17

9.8
332
202
13.0
3.1
115

10.8
342
20.4
13.8
32
12.9

12.0
36.6
21.4
152
1.0
152

11.0
35.6
20.9
14.8
5
15.3

10.7
363
21.4
145
.4
15.3

10.9
36.3
212
15.1
5
14.8

11.5
37.0
212
153
.6
14.7

10.3
37.4
215
15.9
.9
145

10.3
40.1
23.6
165
.6
14.8

10.4
40.6
242
16.4
.4
15.1

10.2
41.0
24.4
16.6
2
152

11.0
42.9
255
17.4
.1
15.3

11.0
44.2
26.4
17.9
.1
152

10.8
44.0
26.6
17.4
.1
15.0

11.4
44.0
26.9
17.1
.1
14.6

18
19

Toilet a/tides and preparations (n.d.)
Barbershops, beauty parlors, and health clubs (s.)...
Housing

22
1.4

2.6
1.6

32
1.3

2.9
12

3.0
1.1

2.8
1.1

3.0
1.1

3.0
1.1

3.3
12

33
12

3.6
1.3

4.0
1.3

4.1
1.4

4.2
15

4.3
1.6

20

Personal cam

1to

114

112

103

10.7

103

115

11.6

124

133

144

15.3

163

175

18.1

21
22

45
6.5

4.8
6.6

4.6
6.6

43
65

4.3
6.4

4.5
6.4

5.0
6.6

4.9
6.7

5.4
7.0

53
75

6.0
8.4

6.6
8.7

72
9.4

7.7
9.9

8.0
10.1

23

Furniture, including mattresses and bedsprings (d.)..
Kitchen and other household appliances' (dT)
China, glassware, tableware, and utensils (d.)
Other durable house furnishings8 (d.)
Semidurable house furnishings9 (n.d.)
Cleaning and polishing preparations, and
miscellaneous household supplies and paper
products (n.d).
Stationery and writing supplies (n.d.)
Household utilities
Electricity (s.)
Gas (s.)
Water and other sanitary services ($.)'"
Fuel oil and coal (n.d.)
Telephone and telegraph (s.)
Domestic service (s.)
Other10 (s.)
L.

Medical care
Dug preparations and sundries11 (n.d.)
30(1 ortho

P e d i c appliances (d.)

DeSf(L) S '*

Other p rofessional se^ces 1 ^ (s.)
"
" " ras»
s and nursing homes1 .
His .
Proprietary (s.) ..
.. Government (s.)
Nursing homes (s.)
Health insurance
Medical care and
Income loss" (s.)

tosSzation^(sT*

Workers' compenMfon"l®"(s.)
Pwwnal business
Brokerage charges and investment counseling (s.) „
rank service charges, trust services, and safe
deposit box rental (s.).
services furnished without payment by financial
intermediaries except life insurance carriers and
private noninsured pension plans.
ffpense of handing life insurance17 (s.)
Legal services (s.)T.
g j ^ a l and burial expenses

See footnotes to table 2.4.




70.4

76.3

832

87.6

93.0

993

1065

1135

119.6

1254

131.7

1382

1452

1513

32.4
262
6.3
4.0

34.6
25.3
62
4.4

38.9
26.4
62
4.8

43.3
27.6
65
5.9

46.8
28.8
6.7
5.3

505
30.4
7.0
5.1

55.1
31.9
72
5.1

602
33.7
7.4
53

65.3
35.1
7.7
5.5

69.7
365
7.9
5.6

74.3
37.4
8.0
53

795
• 38.1
82
6.0

84.7
39.0
82
6.3

89.6
40.6
8.3
6.7

94.7
422
8.4
6.6

80.6

84.3

100.6

107.7

1114

110.4

121.0

1224

1225

126.1

128.6

140.4

1463

1485

1514

29
30
31
32
33
34

4.9
2
3.7
4.4
5.4
4.8

5.1
.5
45
4.6
52
45

7.4
2.7
7.1
6.7
6.4
5.3

8.0
4.4
7.4
72
5.4
6.7

83
4.5
73
7.8
5.7
6.8

8.3
42
72
7.7
6.6
7.4

9.3
5.4
75
8.5
7.4
82

83
4.9
7.3
8.6
72
8.1

9.5
4.9
7.0
8.1
7.4
82

10.1
5.1
7.0
7.9
7.3
9.0

10.4
5.3
7.0
75
7.1
92

12.0
6.1
7.3
8.4
75
10.0

12.4
6.7
7.0
8.9
7.7
10.6

11.8
6.8
6.4
9.0
7.7
11.3

11.7
6.7
6.1
8.9
75
11.7

35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43

1.9
33.8
4.4
5.1
4.6
19.7
3.1
15.1
32

2.3
354
4.7
5.5
4.7
21.0
3.3
14.9
35

ZZ
39.0
5.4
5.9
5.0
226
3.6
13.8
6.3

22
41.8
6.1
6.8
5.1
23.8
35
14.7
62

21
43.3
63
7.3
53
23.9
4.1
145
6.4

22
413
7.6
7.5
5.5
21.1
4.4
14.4
6.3

22
45.5
8.7
8.5
5.7
22.7
4.6
15.7
6.6

22
47.8
9.6
9.7
5.9
22.6
5.0
15.5
6.9

2.3
48.9
10.6
10.4
6.0
22.0
5.4
142
7.1

2.6
493
115
11.0
6.1
212
5.7
14.0
75

2.7
52.6
126
122
62
21.6
6.1
132
7.6

23
55.9
13.5
132
62
23.0
6.7
15.6
8.0

2.8
58.6
14.7
145
65
23.0
7.3
16.3
8.5

2.9
60.1
15.7
15.1
6.4
22.8
7.8
16.0
8.7

3.1
62.4
16.6
16.0
6.2
23.7
8.0
16.4
8.9

44

Household operation

683

24
25
26
27
28

Owner-occupied nonfarm dwellings—space rent4 (s.)
Tenant-occupied nonfarm dwellings—rent5 (s.)
Rental value of farm dwellings (s}
Other6 (s.)
L L .

mysktere £ r o d u c t s

10

44:0

45.1

51.8

552

60.0

623

65,6

693

723

764

80.7

83.7

893

944

100.7

45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59

4.3
1.4
13.8
4.8
22
15.8

4.5
15
13.9
5.0
2.4
16.0

5.0
1.7
17.5
5.9
£9
17.1

4.8
1.6
195
5.6
32
172

5.0
1.7
21.6
62
35
18.3

52
1.7
21.7
6.0
35
195

5.7
13
225
62
3.6
20.8

63
1.9
23.5
6.3
3.7
212

6.6
2.0
24.3
63
3.7
223

6.8
22
25 2
72
3.8
24.1

63
2.1
272
7.9
4.0
25.6

7.3
21
27.0
8.3
4.0
27.4

8.1
2.3
28.4
8.7
42
29.4

83
2.3
29.8
92
45
312

9.1
22
322
95
49
343

4.4

53

""""63

"7.6

"82

8.7

8.4

..............

..............
1.7

......„.„...

*"""•—

60

50.6

523

55.0

565

573

573

612

62.1

814

633

66.7

69.1

694

715

754

61
62

55
15

73
2.0

6.7
2.0

55
15

55
20

4.8
2.0

73
2.4

6.3
2.5

52
2.7

4.9
23

6.3
3.0

62
32

53
32

5.1
3.3

5.8
3.3

63

14.0

14.6

18.1

19.4

19.7

19.4

19.9

20.3

205

22.1

23 2

242

245

245

26,1

64
65
66
67

105
9.7
55
3.5

10.1
9.4
55
3.4

10.1
10.3
4.3
3.5

11.7
10.1
4.6
3.3

113
10.9
4.7
32

11.8
11.3
4.9
32

12.3
112
43
32

125
11.7
5.3
3.4

12.4
11.3
55
3.3

12.7
11.4
5.7
3.4

13.0
12.0
5.8
35

14.0
12.1
5.9
3.6

15.4
11.4
6.0
3.7

16.1
12.1
6.4
4.0

16.4
13.0
6.7
4.1

'

Table 2.5.—Personal Consumption Expenditures by Type of Expenditure in Constant Dollars-Continued
[Billions of 1987 dollars]
Line
Transportation
User-operated transportation
Mew autos (d.)
Net purchases of used autos (d.) .
Other motor vehicles (d.).
Tires, tubes, accessones, and other parts (d.)..
Repair, greasing, washing, parking, storage,
rental, and leasing (s.).
Gasoline and oil (n.d)
......
Bridge, tunnel, feny, and road tolls (s.)
Insurance19 (s.)
Purchased local transportation
Mass transit systems (s.)
Taxicabls.)
Purchased intercity transportation
Railway (s.)
Bus (s.)
—
Airline (s.)
Other 26 (s.)

Recreation .
Books and maps (d.)
Magazines, newspapers, and sheet music (nxJ.) ......
Nondurable toys and sport supplies (n.d.) ..
Wheel goods, sports and photographic equipment
boats, and pleasure aircraft (d.).
Video and audio products, computing equipment,
and musical instruments (d.).
Radio and television repair (s.)...
Flowers, seeds, and potted plants (n.d.)
—
Admissions to specified spectator amusements
—
Motion picture theaters (s.)
Legitimate theaters and opera, and
entertainments of nonprofit institutions (except
athletics) (s.).
Spectator sports ai (s.)
Clubs and fraternal organizations22 (s.)
Commercial participant amusements" (s.)
Pari-mutuel net receipts (s.)
Other 24 [%)

1945

1944

1946

1947

1948

1949

1954

1953

1952

1951

1950

1957

1956

1955

1958

68

543

583

81.1

903

953

1044

1145

1115

1115

1203

122.0

1385

1343

1363

1315

69
70
71
72
73
74

24.3
2
8.7
0
1.3
5.3

29.0
2
82
0
13
73

512
7.7
5.9
1.1
3.8
12.6

62.1
135
8.5
1.4
3.5
13.4

69.3
15.3
11.7
15
3.3
142

81.1
21.6
152
1.1
3.1
15.0

93.4
28.7
17.6
1.3
3.8
15.5

91.1
23.0
17.6
1.4
3.3
165

915
195
19.1
1.1
3.5
17.1

101.5
26.9
19.1
1.0
3.1
18.4

104.2
25.9
21.9
1.0
2.8
18.3

1212
36.4
232
1.5
3.3
19.7

1172
28.9
22.5
1.5
3.6
20.6

120.0
29.8
21.9
1.4
4.1
21.5

116.0
22.2
23.6
12
4.4
22.0

75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85

7.4
.1
1.4
21.7
17.8
3.9
8.3
5.0
3.0
.1
2

9.7
.1
1.6
21.6
18.1
35
8.4
4.9
3.0
2
2

17.7
2
2.3
22.3
17.9
4.4
7.6
4.0
3.1
.4
2

18.8
2
23
21.1
17.1
4.0
63
3.4
28
.4
2

20.0
2
3.1
20.1
162
3.9
6.4
3.1
2.7
.4
2

21.8
2
3.1
17.6
14.4
3.1
5.7
25
2.6
.4
2

226
2
3.7
15.9
12.9
3.0
52
21
25
5
2

245
.3
45
14.7
11.6
3.0
5.8
2.3
2.6
.7
2

265
.3
43
14.0
10.9
3.1
6.0
2.4
2.6
.8
2

28.0
.4
4.6
13.4
10.3
3.1
6.0
2.3
25
1.0
2

28.9
.4
5.1
12.1
92
2.9
5.7
2.1
2.3
1.1
2

31.4
.4
52
11.5
8.6
2.9
5.8
2.0
22
1.3
2

33.3
,5
62
11.2
8.3
3.0
5.9
2.0
2.2
1.5
2

34.6
.6
62
10.9
7.9
3.0
5.9
1.8
2.1
1.7
2

362

86

363

383

463

443

435

423

44.3

454

453

465

473

495

51.7

50.1

49.4

87
88
89
90

3.9
7.8
13
.9

4.4
8.3
15
1.1

43
9.1
23
21

4.0
9.6
2.4
2.3

4.0
9.7
2.6
22

4.0
9.6
2.8
2.0

4.3
9.7
3.3
2.1

4.8
10.0
3.7
2.0

4.6
102
3.8
22

4.7
10.3
3.8
2.4

45
10.4
3.7
2.7

4.7
105
4.0
32

5.1
10.4
42
3.6

4.9
102
4.4
3.8

4.8
10.0
4.4
4.0

91

3

.3

1.1

1.1

1.1

1.2

1.7

1.6

1.8

2.1

2.3

25

2.6

24

2.4

12
1.7
11.1
9.0
1.3

1.3
1.6
11.4
92
1.4

1.3
1.8
11.7
9.4
1.5

1.4
1.8
9.6
7.2
1.6

1.4
1.7
8.5
6.1
1.6

2

92
93
94
95
96

3
12
13 2
11.7
1.1

3
1.3
13.7
12.1
12

.4
1.4
15.7
13.6
1.3

5
1.3
14.4
12.3
1.3

.6
1.1
13.6
11.5
1.3

.6
1.3
13.0
103
1.3

.9
1.4
12.4
103
1.3

1.0
15
12.0
10.0
1.3

1.1
1.4
11.7
9.6
1.3

12
1.6
11.1
9.0
1.3

97
98
99
100
101

.3
13
23
12
22

5
2.0
2.4
1.3
23

.8
2.3
27
1.6
2.4

.8
22
2.7
15
2.4

.9
23
2.7
12
2.4

3
2.4
2.6
12
2.4

.8
23
2.7
12
2.4

.8
2.2
2.7
1.3
2.5

.8
2.3
2.7
15
2.6

.8
2.3
2.7
1.7
2.9

.8
2.3
2.7
1.6
3.1

.8
2.4
2.8
1.7
3.4

.8
2.5
3.1
1.8
3.6

.8
2.6
3.3
1.8
33

.9
2.7
3.6
13
4.0

102

9.4

92

93

10.6

112

113

123

12.7

133

14.0

145

15.6

165

17.8

16.8

103
104
105

4.1
33
2.0

3.9
3.5
13

4.3
3.1
20

53
3.4
1.9

5.7
35
2.0

6.1
3.7
21

62
33
2.3

62
4.1
2.4

6.4
4.4
2.6

6.7
4.6
2.7

6.9
4.8
2.8

7.4
5.1
3.1

7.9
5.4
32

8.7
5.8
3.3

95
6.0
3.4

Religious and welfare activities" (s.)

106

133

132

135

123

122

12.1

122

122

133

14 A

15.1

15.3

16.6

163

17,6

Foreign travel and other, net

107

75

133

-2

5

13

3.4

35

43

6.8

93

8.7

9.2

9.4

9.4

10.0

108
109
110

3
8.0
1.3

1.1
14.3
1.5

1.8
1.4
22

2.4
1.6
22

2.8
2.0
20

32
3.1
22

35
29
24

3.6
4.3
2.6

4.1
5.9
2.8

43
82
3.1

45
7.8
32

52
8.0
3.6

5.6
8.1
3.9

6.0
8.0
4.1

6.5
8.0
42

111

0

.1

12

1.3

1.0

.6

.5

.4

.4

.4

.3

.3

.4

.4

.3

Education and research .
Higher education" (s.)
Nursery, elementary, and secondary schools26 (s.) .
Other" (s.)

Foreign travel by U.S. residents (s.)
Expenditures abroad by U.S. residents (ad.)
Less: Expenditures in the United States by
nonresidents (s.).
Less: Personal remittances in kind to nonresidents
Out).
NOTE.—Seefootnotesto table 2.4.




.

Table 2.6.—Personal Consumption Expenditures by Type of Product
[Billions of dollars]
Line
personal consumption expenditures .

1929

1930

1932

1933

1934

1935

1936

1937

1938

1941

1940

1943

775

70.2

60.7

48.7

455

51.4

555

62.2

645

675

715

81.0

885

99.7

9.2

72

55

3.6

35

42

5.1

65

5.7

6.7

75

9.7

6.9

65

Motor vehicles and parts
New autos (70)
Net purchases of used autos (71) ,
Other motor vehicles (72).
Tires, tubes, accessories, and other parts (73)

3.3
2.6
0
.1
.6

22

1.6
1.1
0
.1
.4

1.0
.6
0
0
.3

1.1

1.4
1.0
0
.1
.3

1.9
15
0
.1
.4

2.4
1.9
0
.1
.4

1.7
12
0

2.3
1.6
0
.1
.5

25
2.1
.1
.5

3.5
2.6
.2
.1
.7

.8
.1
.3
0
.4

Furniture and household equipment
Furniture, including mattresses and bedsprings
(29).
Kitchen and other household appliances (30)
China, glassware, tableware, and utensils (31)
Video and audio products, computing equipment,
and musical instruments (91).
Other durable house furnishings (32)

4.7
12

3.8
.9

3.0

2.1
.5

22

25
.7

3.1

3.4
.9

3.8
1.1

4.8
1.3

3.9
12

.7
.6
1.0

5
.4
.9

.7
.5
.4

5
5
.5

1.1
.6
.6

.3
.6
.4

Other.,
Ophthalmic products and orthopedic appliances

12
.1

1.0

1.1

.2

2

1.3
2

1.9
.3

.4

.6
.3

Durable goods..

Wheel goods, sports and photographic equipment,
boats, and pleasure aircraft (90).
Jewelry and watches (18)
Books and maps (87)

Nondurable goods .

1.6
0
.1
5

5
0
0
.3

.5

.1
.4

5
.4

.3
.4
.3

2

1.1

.1

1.0

.6
.3

5
.3

.3
.3

2
2

2

.3

2
2

2

5
.2

.4
2

.3

2

.7
.3

37.7

345

29.0

22.7

225

26.7

295

32.9

355

345

35.1

37.0

42.9

505

58.6

Food
Food purchased for off-premise consumption (3)..
Purchased meals and beverages (4)
Food furnished to employees (including military)
and food produced and consumed on farms
(5+6).

19.5
145
2.9
1.9

18.0
13.5
25
1.7

14.7
10.8
2.5
1.4

11.4

115

14.2
105
2.2

18.4
13.9
3.0
1.5

19.9
145
3.5
1.6

18.9
14.1
3.4
1.4

19.1
14.2
3.6
1.4

205
14.9
3.9
1.4

23.4
17.0
4.6
1.8

28.4
20.1
5.7

12

165
122
2.6
1.4

2.6

33.2
22.3
7.1
3.8

Addenda: Food excluding alcoholic beverages(B) .
Alcoholic beverages purchased for offpremise consumption (9).
Other alcoholic beverages (10)

19.5
0

18.0
0

14.7
0

11.4
0

12 2
1.5

13.6
1.9

155
25

16.5
2.6

15.6
2.4

15.7
2.4

16.6
25

19.2
3.0

23.3
3.6

27.4
4.0

13.4
1.9
6.9

82
2.1
1.1

10.9

2

1.0

Clothing and shoes
Shoes (12)
Women's and children's dothing and accessories
except shoes (14).
Men's and boys' clothing and accessories except
shoes (15+16).

7.1
15
3.6

7.5
1.3
3.8

1.4
4.3

11.0
1.8
5.3

2.3

2.4

3.0

3.9

Gasoline and oil (75)

22

25

2.6

2.1

1.3

1.4

15

1.7

1.9

2.0

55

5.6

6.4

75

8.7

15
5
.7
.5

1.9
.5
.7
.5

2.1
.6
.9
.6

2.3
.7
1.1

2.6
.9
1.3

.7

.8

.6
.3

.3

.1

2

.7
.4
.2

2.1
1.3

Fuel oil and coal (40)
Other
Tobacco products (7)
Toilet articles and preparations (21)
Semidurable house furnishings (33)
Cleaning and polishing preparations, and
miscellaneous household supplies and paper
products (34).
Drug preparations and sundries (45)
Nondurable toys and sport supplies (89)
Stationery and writing supplies (35)
Net foreign remittances (109 less 111)
Magazines, newspapers, and sheet music (88) ...
Flowers, seeds, and potted plants (93)

Z..

!

W t r and other sanitary services (39)
ae
Telephone and telegraph (41)
Jomestx; service ( 4 2 ) .
Other (43)
l..'
ZZZZZZZZZZ.
Transportation
Repair, greasing, washing, parking, storage,
rental, and leasing (74).
Other user-operated transportation (76+77) ..
Purchased local transportation
......
w
S
systems (79)
Purchased intercity transportation .
Railway (82) ....„.„..._
Bus (83)
Airline (84)
other (85)
z z i z




.5

5

2

2

2

.1
0
.4
.1

.1
0
5
.1

.1
0
.5

.6
5
.1
0
.5

2

2

.6
2

5
2

.6

2

.1
0
.4
.1

2

.2

29.0

26.2

225

205

205

215

235

24.7

25.4

26 A

285

315

112

75
3.6

75
3.6

85
35

8.8
4.0

42

9.7
4.3

10.4
4.7

112

4.4

8.1
35

9.4

5.6

105
5.1

92

5.9

Tenant-occupied nonfarm dwellings-rent (25) ....
R e v a l u e of farm dwellings (26)

.5

2

.1
0
.4
.1

11.7

Housing
Owner-ocajpied

.4

2

305

Services

Household operation
Electricity (37)

1.0
.4
.3
.3
.8
.3

.5
5
.1
0
5
.1

52

11.8
5,6

4.5
.9
.3

45
.9
5

4.3
5
5

3.9
.7

3.4
.6

3.3
.6

2

2

3.5
.7
.3

3.8
.7
.3

4.1
.7
.3

4.3
.7
.3

4.6

2

3.3
.7
5

4.8
5
.4

45
.9
.5

4.0
.6
5
.3
.6
1.7
.3

35
.7
.6
.3
.6
1.5
5

35
.7
.6
5
.6
1.1
5

3.1
.7
5

2.8

32
.7
5
.3
.5
.9
5

3.4
.7
.5
.3
5
1.0
.3

3.7
5
5
.3
5

3.8
5
5
.3
.6

12

1.1

2

3.0
.7
5
5
.4
.9
.3

5

.3

4.0
.9
.6
.4
.6
15
.4

4.3
1.0
.6
.4
.7
15
.4

4.8
1.0
.6
.4
.8
1.5
.5

5.2
1.0
.6
.4
1.0
1.6
.6

2.6
5
5

22

1.9

15
.5
.4

15
5
.4

1.7
.6
i

1.9
.7
5

2.0
.7
.5

2.0
.8

2.1
5
.6

2.4
1.0

2.7
.8
.6

3.4
.7
.6

.1
1.1
.9

.1
1.1
5

.1
.7
.6
.1

.1
5
.7
.1
.3

.1
5
.7
.1
.3

2

2

5
.7
.1
.3

.9
.7
.1
.4

2

2

2

.1
0
0

.1
0
0

.1
0
0

.6
.3
.1
0
.5

5
.1
0
5

2

.7
.6

2

2

5
.4
.1
0
.1

.4
.3
.1
0
0

.4

.6
.5
5
.4
.7

2
2
0
0
0

2
0
0
0

0

0

0

.7

2
.4
2
.1
0
0

2
.9
5
2
.4
.2
.1
0
0

.4

2

2

.7

2

2

2

15
5

1.3
1.0
.3
.7
.4
2
0
0

1.6
1.3
.4

2
.4
2

.1
0
0

1.0
.7
.3
0
0

Table 2.6.—Personal Consumption Expenditures by Type of Product—Continued
[Billions of dollars]
Line

1930

1929

1932

1931

1934

1933

1935

1937

1936

1941

1940

1939

1938

1942

1943

Services-Continued
Medical care
Physicians (47)
Dentists (48)
Other professional services (49)
Hospitals and nursing homes (50)
Health insurance (56)

—

Other
Personal care
Cleaning, storage, and repair of clothing and
shoes (17).
Barbershops, beauty parlors, and health clubs
(22).
Other (19)
Personal business
Brokerage charges and investment counseling
ffill
(OIJ.
Bank service charges, trust services, and safe
deposit box rental (62).
Services furnished without payment by financial
intermediaries except life insurance carriers
and private noninsured pension plans.
Expense of handling life insurance (64)
Legal services (65)
Funeral and burial expenses (66)
Other (67)
Recreation
Admissions to specified spectator amusements
Other (92+98+99+100+101)
Education and research
Higher education (103)
Nursery, elementary, and secondary schools
004).
Other (105)
Religious and welfare activities (106)
Net foreign travel
Foreign travel by U.S. residents (108)
......
Less: Expenditures in the United States by
nonresidents (110).
See note at end of table.




69
70
71
72
73
74

2.4
1.0
5
.3
.6
.1

2.3
.9
.5
2
.6
.1

2.1
.8
.4
2
.6
.1

1.7
.7
.3
2
.5
.1

1.6
.6
.3
.1
5
.1

1.7
.7
.3
.1
JS
.1

15
.7
.3
2
.5
.1

2.0
.8
.3
2
.6
.1

2.1
.9
.4
.2
.6
.1

2.1
.8
.4
2
.6
.1

2.2
.9
.4
2
.6
2

2.3
.9
.4
.2
.7
2

2.5
1.0
.5
2
.7
2

2.8
1.0
.5
2
.8
2

3.0
1.1
.5
2
.9
.3

75
76
77

9.9
1.8
1.1

9.3
1.7
1.0

8.3
1.4
.9

6.8
1.1
.7

62
1.0
.6

6.4
1.1
.6

6.9
12
.7

7.5
1.3
.8

82
15
.8

7.9
1.4
.8

8.0
1.4
.8

82
1.5
.9

8.9
1.7
1.0

9.7
2.0
12

11.1
2.4
1.5

78

.5

5

.5

.4

.3

.4

.4

.5

5

.5

.5

5

.6

.6

.7

79
80
81

2
3.9
.8

.1
3.5
5

.1
3.0
.3

.1
2.6
2

.1
2.5
.4

.1
2.5
2

.1
2.8
2

.1
3.0
.3

.1
32
.3

.1
3.0
.2

.1
3.1
2

.1
32
.1

.1
3.3
.1

2
3.4
.1

.2
3.7
2

82

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

.2

2

2

83

1.0

.9

.7

.5

.4

.4

.5

.6

.6

5

.6

.6

.7

.7

.7

84
85
86
87
88
89

.9
.4
.6
2
1.7
.9

.9
.4
JS
.1
1.7
.9

.9
.4
.5
.1
1.6
.9

.9
.3
.4
.1
12
.6

.9
.3
.4
.1
1.1
.6

.9
.4
.4
.1
12
.6

1.0
.4
.4
.1
1.3
.7

1.0
.4
.5
.2
1.4
.8

1.0
.4
.5
.3
1.6
.8

1.0
.4
.5
.3
15
.8

1.0
.4
.5
.3
1.6
.8

1.0
.4
.5
.3
1.7
.9

1.0
5
.6
.3
1.9
1.0

1.0
.5
.6
.4
2.1
1.2

1.1
5
.6
.4
2.4
1.5

90
91
92
93

.8
.8
2
2

.8
.8
.3
2

.7
5
.3
2

.6
.7
.3
2

.5
.5
.3
.1

.6
.6
.3
.1

.6
.6
2
.1

.7
.6
.3
2

.8
.7
.3
2

.7
.7
.3
2

.7
.7
.3
.2

.8
.7
.3
2

.9
.8
.4
2

.9
.9
.4
.3

1.0
1.1
.4
.3

94
95
96
97
98

.3
12
JS
.6
.1

.3
1.3
.5
.6
.1

2
12
.3
.4
.1

2
1.0
.3
.3
.1

2
.9
2
.3
.1

.1
.9
2
.3
.1

2
.9
2
.3
.1

2
.9
2
.4
.1

2
.9
.3
.4
.1

2
1.0
2
.4
.1

2
1.0
2
.3
.1

.2
1.1
.1
2
.1

2
1.1
.1
.2
.1

.3
1.3
0
.1
.1

.4
1.5
0
.1
.1

Table 2.6.—Personal Consumption Expenditures by Type of Product-Continued
[Billions of dollars]
Line

Persona) consumption expenditures .

1944

1945

1946

1947

1948

1949

1950

1951

1952

1953

1954

1955

1956

1957

1958

1

1085

119.9

144.3

1625

175.4

178.9

192.7

208.7

219.7

233.5

240.7

259.1

2715

286.7

296.3

2

6.7

SJ0

155

20.4

225

25.0

305

295

295

32.7

32.1

385

382

39.7

37.2

Motor vehicles arid parts
New autos (70) ,
Net purchases of used autos (71)
Other motor vehicles (72)
Tires, tubes, accessories, and other parts (73)

3
4
5
6
7

.8
.1
.3
0
.4

1.0
0
.3
0
.7

4.1
2.0
.4
.3
1.4

6.6
4.0
5
.4
1.4

8.0
5.0
1.2
.5
1.3

10.6
7.7
1.3
.4
12

13.7
10.3
1.4
5
15

122
8.6
15
.5
1.5

11.3
8.0
1.3
.4
15

13.9
11.1
.9
.4
1.5

13.0
10.8
5
.4
1.3

17.8
138
1.9
5
1.6

15.8
11.6
2.0
.6
1.7

17.3
12.6
2.1
.6
2.0

145
9.7
2.5
5
2.1

Furniture and household equipment
Furniture, including mattresses and bedsprings
(29).
Kitchen and other household appliances (30)
China, glassware, tableware, and utensils (3t)
Video and audio products, computing equipment,
and musical instruments (91).
Other durable house furnishings (32)

8
9

3.8
1.3

45
15

8.4
22

10.6
2.5

11.5
2.8

11.3
2.7

13.7
3.1

14.1
32

14.0
3.5

14.7
3.7

145
35

16.4
4.4

17.3
4.6

172
4.5

16,9
4.5

2
.6
.3

.3
.8
.3

1.6
1.3
1.1

2.9
1.3
1.4

3.1
1.4
1.5

2.8
1.4
1-7

3.6
1.5
2.4

3.5
1.6
22

3.5
1.6
2.4

3.6
1.6
2.6

3.7
1.6
25

4.1
1.7
2.9

4.3
1.8
3.0

4.3
1.7
2.9

4.1
1.7
2.8

13

U

15

22

2.4

2.7

2.7

3.1

35

3.2

3.1

2.9

3,3

3.6

3.8

3.8

Other
Ophthalmic products and orthopedic appliances

14
15

2.1
.3

25
5

32
.4

3.3
.4

3.4
.4

32
.5

3.3
.5

3.6
5

3.9
.6

4.1
.6

4.3
.6

4,6
.6

5.0
.7

52
.7

5.4
.7

Durable goods

Wheel goods, sports and photographic equipment
boats, and pleasure aircraft (90).
Jewelry and watches (18)
Books and maps (87)
Nondurable goods

10
11
12

16

.3

.4

.8

1.0

1.0

5

.9

.9

1.0

1.1

12

1.4

1.6

1.7

1.9

17
18

1.0
5

12
5

1.4
.6

1.4
5

1.4
.6

1.3
.6

1.3
.7

1.4
5

15
.8

1.6
.8

1.7
5

1.8
.9

1.8
1.0

1.8
1.0

1.9
1.0

19

642

71.9

82.7

90S

96.6

945

982

1092

114.7

1175

119.7

124.7

1305

137.1

141.7

Food.,
Food purchased for off-premise consumption (3)..
Purchased meals and beverages (4)
Food furnished to employees (including military)
and food produced and consumed on farms
(546).

20
21
22
23

36.7
24.1
8.1
4.5

40.6
26.2
95
5.0

47.4
32.7
10.9
35

52.3
37.9
10.9
3.6

542
39.6
11.0
3.6

52.5
38.6
105
3.1

53.9
39.8
11.1
3.0

60.7
442
12.7
3.8

64.1
46.7
13.6
3.9

65.4
475
14.1
35

66.8
49.3
14.4
32

68.6
50.9
14.9
2.9

71.4
53.1
15.6
2.7

75.1
56.2
16.3
2.6

77.9
58.8
16.4
2.7

Addenda: Food excluding alcoholic beverages{8) .
Alcoholic beverages purchased for offpremise consumption (9).
Other alcoholic beverages (10)

24
25

29.9
4.7

332
5.1

39.0
5.6

43.7
5.9

46.3
5.1

44.8
5.0

46.0
5.1

52.4
5.1

55.3
55

56.3
55

57.7
55

59.3
5.7

61.7
5.8

65.2
5.9

67.9
5.9

Clothing and shoes
Shoes (12)
Women's and children's clothing and accessories
except shoes (14).
Men's and boys' clothing and accessories except
shoes (15+16).

26

2.1

2.4

2.7

2.7

IB

2.7

2.8

32

3.4

3.5

35

3.6

3.8

4.0

4.0

27
28
29

14.6
2.0
75

16.5
2.3
8.8

18.2
25
9.7

18.8
3.0
9.9

20.1
3.1
10.9

19.3
3.1
102

19.6
3.3
10.0

21.3
3.3
10.9

22.0
3.3
11.6

222
3.3
\Z0

22.3
3.3
12.0

23.3
3.6
125

24.4
38
13.1

24.5
3.8
13.3

24.9
4.1
13.5

30

4.9

5.4

5.7

5.9

6.1

6.0

6.3

7.1

7.1

6.9

6.9

7.1

75

7.4

7.3
10.6

Gasoline and oil (75)..

31

1.4

1.8

3.4

4.0

45

5.3

55

6.1

65

7.4

7.8

8.6

9.4

10.2

Fuel oil and coal (40).

32

2.0

22

25

3.0

3.4

3.1

3.4

35

35

3.4

3.5

35

3.9

4.1

42

Other

33

9.6

10.8

115

125

14.1

14.7

155

175

18.4

19.4

19.3

20.4

21.7

232

24.2

34
35
36
37

2.6
1.0
15
5

2.9
1.1
15
.7

3.4
1.1
2.0
.9

3.7
12
2.1
15

4.0
1.3
2.4
1.6

4.1
1.3
2.3
1.6

4.3
1.4
2.6
15

45
15
25
2.0

4.9
1.6
2.6
1.9

5.1
1.7
2.6
2.1

4.9
15
2.4
2.3

5.1
1.9
2.6
2.5

5.3
22
2.7
2.7

5.7
2.4
2.7
2.9

6.0
2.6
2.6
3.1

38
39
40
41
42
43

1.1
.5
.4
5
.9
.3

1.1
.6
.4
1.1
1.0
A

1.3
.8
.4
-.1
1.1
.4

1.3
.9
.4
-2
12
.4

15
1.1
5
0
1.4
.4

1.6
12
5
2
15
5

1.7
1.4
.5
2
1.5
.5

2.0
1.7
.6
.5
1.6
5

2.1
1.7
.6
.7
1.7
5

22
1.7
.7
1.0
1.8
.6

22
1.6
.7
1.0
1.8
.6

2.4
15
5
1.0
15
5

2.7
10
.8
1.0
1.9
.6

3.0
2.0
.9
1.0
2.0
.6

32
2.1
.9
1.0
2.1
.6

44

Tobacco products ( 7 ) .

Cleaning and polishing preparations, and
miscellaneous household supplies and paper
products (34).
Drug preparations and sundries (45)
Nondurable toys and sport supplies (89)
Stationery and writing supplies (35)
Netforeignremittances (109 less 111}
Magazines, newspapers, and sheet music (88) ...
Flowers, seeds, and potted plants (93)

37.4

40.0

455

515

56.0

59.0

63.7

69.7

75.7

83.0

89.0

955

1035

1095

117.4

Housing
Owner-occupied nonfarm dwellings—space rent
(24).
Tenant-occupied nonfarm dwellings-rent (25) ....
Rental va'ue of farm dwellings (26)
v
Other (27)
'

45
46

12.3
6.1

12.8
65

142
7.4

16.0
8.5

17.9
9.7

19.6
11.0

21.7
12.4

24.3
14.1

27.0
15.9

29.9
17.9

32.3
19.7

34.4
21.4

36.7
23.2

39.3
25.0

42.0
27.0

47
48
49

4.8
1.0
5

4.7
1.1
5

4.9
1.3
.6

5.3
1.4
.8

5.9
1.5
.8

65
1.4
.8

7.1
15
5

7.7
1.6
.9

8.4
1.7
.9

9.2
1.8
1.0

95
1.7
1.1

10.1
1.7
1.1

105
1.7
12

112
1.8
1.4

11.8
1.9
1.4

Household operation
Bectridty (37)
s (38)
Water and other sanitary services (39)
Telephone and telegraph (41)
1
Domestic service (42)
Other (43)

50
51
52
53
54
55
56

5.9
1.1
.7
.4
11
1.9
.7

6.4
12
.7
.4
12
2.1
5

6.8
1.3
.8
5
1.3
2.1
5

7.5
15
.9
.5
1.4
2.3
.9

8.1
1.7
1.0
5
1.6
24
1.0

8.6
1.9
1.0
.6
1.7
2.4
1.0

95
2.1
12
.6
1.9
2.6
1.1

10.4
2.4
1.3
.7
22
2.7
12

112
2.7
15
.7
2.4
2.6
1.3

12.1
2.9
1.6
.8
2.7
2.7
1.4

12.7
3.2
15
.8
2.8
2.6
15

142
35
2.0
.9
3.1
3.1
1.6

15.4
3.8
2.3
1.0
3.3
3.3
1.7

16.4
4.1
2.4
1.1
3.6
3.3
15

17.5
4.4
2.7
1.1
3.9
3.5
1.9

Transportation
User-operated transportation
Repair, greasing, washing, parking, storage,
rental, and leasing (74).
Other user-operated transportation (76+77) ...
Purchased local transportation
Mass transit systems (79)

57
58
59

3.7
9
.7

4.0
12
1.0

5.0
2.0
1.7

5.3
2.4
2.0

55
2.8
22

5.9
3.0
2.4

62
3.4
25

6.8
3.8
2.9

7.3
42
3.1

8.0
4.9
35

82
52
3.6

8.5
55
3,9

8.9
5.9
4.3

9.4
62
4.6

9.7
65
4.8

60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68

2
1.7
1.4
,4
1.1
.7
.3
o
0

2
1.7
1.4
.4
1.1
.7
.3
.1
0

.3
15
1.4
.5
1.0
.6
.3
.1
0

5
1.9
1.4
5
1.0
5
5
.1
0

.6
2.0
15
.5
1.0
.5
.3
.1
0

.7
2.0
1.5
5
.9
5
.3
.1
0

S
1.9
1.4
5
5
.4
5
.1
0

1.0
2.0
15
.5
1.0
.4
.3
2
0

1.1
2.0
1.5
5
1.1
5
.4
2
0

15
2.0
15
5
1.1
.4
.3
.3
0

1.7
1.9
1.4
.5
1.0
.4
.3
.3
0

1.5
1.9
1.4
.5
1.1
.4
.3
.3
0

1.6
2.0
1.4
.6
1.1
.4
.3
.4
0

1.6
2.0
1.4
.6
1.2
.4
.3
.4
0

1.9
1.9
1.3
.6
1.1
.3
.3
5
0

Services

JS525 8 L
Purchased !interc%"iransp^tion"!
Airline (84)
Other (85)

[.J




Table 2.6.—Personal Consumption Expenditures by Type of Product—Continued
[Billions of dollars]
1944

Line

1945

1948

1947

1946

1949

1952

1951

1950

1954

1953

1955

1957

1956

1958

Services—Continued
Medical care
Physicians (47)
Dentists (48)
Other professional services (49)
Hospitals and nursing homes (50)
Health insurance (56)

69
70
71
72
73
74

35
13
.6
2
1.0
3

3.8
1.4
.6
.3
1.1
.4

4.7
1.8
3
.3
1.4
.4

5.7
2.1
.8
.4
1.7
3

6.6
2.4
.9
5
1.9
3

63
25
.9
.5
21
.8

72
2.6
1.0
5
23
.9

7.7
27
1.0
5
2.6
.9

8.6
3.0
1.1
.5
29
1.1

9.6
3.3
12
.6
32
1.3

10.6
3.7
1.4
.6
35
1.4

' 11.3
3.8
15
.7
3.8
1.4

122
4.2
1.7
.7
42
1.4

13.4
4.6
1.8
.8
4.7
1.6

14.9
5.1
19
.9
5.4
1.5

Other
Personal care
Cleaning, storage, and repair of clothing and
shoes (t7).
Barbershops, beauty parlors, and health dubs
(22).
Other (19)
Personal business
„.
Brokerage charges and investment counseling
(61).
Bank service charges, trust services, and safe
deposit box rental (62).
Services furnished without payment by financial
intermediaries except life insurance carriers
and private noninsured pension plans.
Expense of handling life insurance (64)
Legal services (65)
Funeral and burial expenses (66)
Other (67)
Recreation
Admissions to specified spectator amusements

75
76
77

12.1
2.7
1.6

13.0
2.9
1.7

152
3.3
22

16.5
3.6
24

17.7
3.8
25

18.1
3.8
25

19.1
3.8
25

20.4
4.1
27

21.6
4.3
2.8

23.4
4.6
2.9

25.2
4.8
2.9

272
5.1
3.0

29.7
5.4
3.1

31.4
5.7
3.2

33.3
5.8
3.1

3

1.0

1.0

1.0

1.0

1.1

12

13

1.4

1.6

1.7

2.0

22

2.3

2
6.6
.5

2
72
5

.3
75
.4

.3
8.3
.4

.3
9.1
.6

.3
10.1
.7

.4
11.0
.7

.4
11.8
.7

,4
12.6
.9

Otl2r\'92+9&+99+100+l01)
Education and research
Higher education (103)
..
Nursery, elementary, and secondary schools
(104).
Other (105)
.....
Religious and welfare activities (106)
Net ©reign travel
Foreign travel by U.S. residents (108)
Less: Expenditures in the United States by
nonresidents (110).

78

.8

79
80
81

2
3.9

82

2

2

2

.3

3

.3

.4

.4

.4

.5

.5

.6

.7

.7

Z

83

.7

.8

12

13

1.4

15

1.7

1.8

1.9

24

2.7

3.1

3.4

3.5

3.6

84
85
86
87
88
89

1.1
.7
5
2.7
1.6

1.1
.6
.7
.4
3.0
1.7

12
.6
.7
5
3.7
21

1.4
.7
3
.6
3.8
2.0

15
3
3
.6
3.8
13

1.6
.8
.9
.6
3.8
1.9

13
.9
.9
.6
3.9
1.8

1.9
1.0
1.0
.7
4.0
1.8

20
1.0
1.0
.7
4.3
1.7

2.1
1.1
1.1
.7
4.5
1.7

22
1.3
1.1
.7
4.8
1.8

2.5
1.4
1.1
.8
52
2.0

2.8
1.4
12
.8
5.6
2.1

3.1
1.6
1.3
.9
5.6
1.8

3.2
1.8
1.4
.9
5.8
1.7

1.1
1.1
5
.3

1.3
1.1
.5
3

1.6
12
.6
3

1.8
15
.7
.4

1.9
1.7
.8
5

2.0
13
.9
5

2.1
1.9
.9
.5

2.3
2.1
1.0
.6

2.5
22
1.0
.7

28
24
1.0
.7

3.0
25
1.1
.8

32
2.8
1.2
.9

3.5
3.1
1.4
1.0

3.9
3.4
1.5
1.1

42
3.7
1.7
12

.3
1.7
0

.3
13
.1
3

.3
21
.1
5
.4

.3
21
2
.6
.4

.4
2.3
.3
.7
.4

.4
23
.4
.9
5

5
2.4
.4
.9
5

.5
2.6
.4
3
.6

5
3.0
.4
1.0
.6

.6
32
5
12
.7

.6
3.4
5
1.3
.7

.7
3.5
.6
1.5
.8

.7
4.0
.7
1.6
.9

.8
42
.7
1.7
1.0

.9
4.5
.9
1.9
1.0

90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98

2

'

2
2

.3

42
.3

2

2
43
.3

NOTE.—The figures in parentheses are the line numbers of the corresponding items in table 2.4.




2
5.3
.3

2
5.8
3

2
6.0
.3

Table 2.7.—Personal Consumption Expenditures by Type of Product in Constant Dollars
[Billions of 1987 dollars]
Line
Personal consumption expenditures .

1929

1930

1931

1932

1934

1933

1935

1936

1937

1938

1939

1941

1940

1942

1943

1

5545

5203

501.0

4565

447.4

461.1

487.6

534.4

554.6

5422

568.7

5952

6293

628.7

6473

2

48.1

38.1

32.4

245

24 A

27.8

34.6

43.1

452

362

426

483

545

373

342

Motor vehicles and parts
New autos (70)
Net purchases of used autos (71) .
Other motor vehicles (72).
Tires, tubes, accessories, and other parts (73).

3
4
5
6
7

23.4
113
9.5
.5
1.6

175
7.7
8.0
.4
1.4

13.0
5.6
5.8
.3
1.4

8.6
32
4.1
2
1.1

10.1
4.4
4.4
2
1.0

12.3
55
5.3
.3
12

172
8.4
72
.4
1.3

221
10.6
95
5
1.4

22.8
10.7
10.1
.5
1.5

15.6
6.3
7.6
.4
1.3

19.9
8.8
9.0
5
1.6

23.7
115
93
5
13

26.2
127
10.4
.7
2.3

12.1
5
10.5
0
1.1

11.0
5
9.3
0
12

Furniture and household equipment
Furniture, including mattresses and bedsprings

8
9

19.0
7.0

15.5
5.6

15.0
5.4

1ZB
42

11.4
3.7

12.0
3.8

135
5.0

16.7
62

17.3
62

15.7
5.7

175
6.6

19.1
7.3

221
82

18.9
63

15.3
55

1.3
4.9
5

12
3.6
.6

1.1
3.8
.4

.7
3.9
3

.9
3.5
.3

1.2
3.5
.3

1.4
3.3
.3

1.7
33
.4

1.9
4.4
.5

1.6
4.0
.4

1.7
4.0
.6

20
4.3
.6

25
52
3

15
43
.7

5
4.0
.4

Durable goods —

(29).
Kitchen and other household appliances (30)
China, glassware, tableware, and utensils (31) ....
Video and audio products, computing equipment
and musical instruments (91).
Other durable house furnishings (32)

10
11
12
13

5.4

4.6

4.4

3.6

2.9

32

3.4

45

4.4

4.1

4.6

4.8

55

5.0

4.9

Ophthalmic products and orthopedic appliances

14
15

5.6
.6

5.1
.6

4.4
5

3.2
.4

23
.4

3.4
.6

3.9
.6

4.4
.7

52
3

43
.7

52
.8

55
.9

6.3
1.1

63
12

7.9
1.4

Wheel goods, sports and photographic equipment
boats, and pleasure aircraft (90).
Jewelry and watches (18)
Books and maps (87)

16

.6

5

.5

.4

.3

.4

5

.6

.7

.7

3

3

1.0

.9

.9

17
18

1.8
2.6

1.7
2.3

1.1
2.3

.9
15

.6
15

.7
1.7

.9
1.9

1.0
2.1

12
2.4

1.3
22

1.4
22

15
2.3

1.7
25

1.9
28

2.4
3.3

Other.
UB1W

Nondurable goods

19

2335

2292

2283

211.7

2053

215.7

2262

2524

2623

266.6

279.7

2933

3115

3173

327.6

Food.
Food purchased for off-premise consumption (3) „
Purchased meals and beverages (4)
Food furnished to employees (including military)
and food produced ana consumed on farms
(5+6).

20
21
22
23

137.8
99.8
28.9
9.1

135.8
97.1
29.6
9.1

1363
95.9
315
9.4

128.6
882
31.0
9.3

124.3
90.6
23.7
9.9

130.0
93.3
27.0
9.7

135.6
97.4
28.8
9.3

153.4
110.9
32.9
9.7

161.4
1142
37.3
93

165.6
118.0
37.7
9.9

171.0
119.3
41.4
102

179.4
1252
433
103

188.6
129.6
48.0
11.0

192.3
128.3
51.0
13.1

1973
123.6
572
17.1

Addenda: Food excluding alcoholic beverages(8) .
Alcoholic beverages purchased for offpremise consumption (9).
Other alcoholic beverages (10)

24
25

137.8
0

135.8
0

136.8
0

128.6
0

120.0
.7

119.4
6.4

1221
8.7

136.6
112

1429
11.6

148.1
105

1526
10.7

1605
10.9

168.0
11.9

1703
127

174.8
12.7

Clothing and shoes
Shoes (12)
Women's and children's clothing and accessories
except shoes (14).
Men's and boys' clothing and accessories except
shoes (15+16).

26

0

0

0

0

3.6

42

43

5.7

7.0

7.0

7.7

7.9

8.7

9.3

10.4

27
28
29

40.8
9.2
182

36.6
8.0
163

36.2
8.1
165

32.4
82
14.0

292
7.4
122

31.0
82
12.7

332
8.1
142

36.2
8.9
15.0

36.1
95
14.5

365
9.4
152

39.1
9.3
163

402
95
17.6

43.1
102
18.1

44.6
10.8
185

47.7
102
21.0

30

13.4

11.8

115

102

9.6

10.0

10.8

12.3

122

11.9

129

132

143

15.4

165

8.8

9.4

9.9

10.7

11.6

113

127

13.4

153

11.3

72

Gasoline and oil (75)...

31

9.1

92

95

8.8

Fuel oil and coal (40)..

32

16.6

162

14.7

14.1

14.8

15.3

15.9

17.2

17.0

153

17.1

18.4

19.0

195

193

Other .
Tobacco products (7) .
Toilet articles and preparations (21)
Semidurable house furnishings (33)
Cleaning and polishing preparations, and
miscellaneous household supplies and paper
products (34).
Drug preparations and sundries (45)
Nondurable toys and sport supplies (89)
Stationery and writing supplies (35)
Netforeignremittances (109 less 111)
Magaanes, newspapers, and sheet music (88)....
Flowers, seeds, and potted plants (93)

33
34
35
36
37

342
14.0
2.7
3.4
23

31.4
12.7
2.4
3.0
2.7

31.1
128
2.4
3.2
2.7

27.8
11.4
2.0
2.9
2.4

27.8
12.0
1.6
2.8
2.4

30.1
12.9
2.0
2.9
2.8

31.7
13.6
2.0
3.1
3.0

343
14.7
2.1
3.9
3.3

36.7
15.6
2.3
4.0
3.6

36.8
15.7
2.3
4.0
35

39.9
16.1
2.6
5.0
3.7

41.6
16.6
2.7
53
4.1

45.7
18.0
32
5.6
45

50.1
19.6
35
5.3
43

54.9
20.7
4.1
5.4
4.9

38
39
40
41
42
43

2.1
1.3
3
.3
5.6
1.1

2.0
1.1
3
.3
5.4
1.0

13
1.1
.7
.3
5.1
.9

1.7
.9
5
.4
4.6
.9

1.7
.8
.6
.4
4.7
.8

1.9
.9
.7
3
4.9
3

2.0
.9
.9
.4
5.0
.7

22
1.0
.9
.4
5.4
1.0

2.4
1.1
1.0
.4
5.6
3

2.4
1.1
1.0
.4
5.4
1.1

26
12
1.1
.4
53
1.4

2.7
12
12
.4
6.1
1.3

3.0
15
1.4
.4
6.6
1.6

35
1.4
1.4
2.4
7.1
12

4.1
1.4
1.7
33
7.7
1.1

44

267.9

252.6

2402

220.4

218,1

2175

2263

2383

246.6

239A

246.4

2533

263.1

273.1

2855

45
46

524
242

51.8
23.5

512
22.8

50.1
22.0

49.1
222

51.7
225

52.1
225

53.1
22.7

54.0
22.8

54.8
23.0

56.1
23.4

57.9
24.0

61.1
253

633
273

66.3
29.9

47
48
49

19.0
6.7
25

192
6.7
2.4

195
6.6
2.3

195
65
2.1

18.5
6.4
2.0

20.6
6.3
23

20.9
62
25

21.4
62
2.7

22.1
6.3
2.8

228
6.3
28

235
6.4
2.9

243
65
3.1

255
65
33

263
6.5
32

26.3
6.4
3.7

50
51
52
53
54
55
56

33.8
1.8
3.7
3.1
1.8
21.5
1.9

329
2.0
3.9
3.3
1.8
20.1
1.9

30.8
2.1
3.9
3.3
1.7
17.8
1.9

27.7
22
3.9
32
1.5
15.3
1.7

26.6
2.1
3.7
3.4
1.3
145
1.6

29.1
2.3
3.7
3.7
1.4
16.4
1.6

302
2.4
3.7
3.7
15
172
1.7

321
2.6
3.9
33
1.6
18.3
13

33.8
2.8
4.0
33
1.7
193
2.0

322
33
3.9
3.9
1.7
17.6
2.1

342
32
4.0
4.1
1.9
18.9
22

36.0
35
43
42
2.0
19.8
22

35.7
3.7
4.3
43
22
18.7
23

373
4.0
4.7
45
25
19.1
2.6

35.1
4.1
43
4.6
2.9
153
23

57
58
59

23.3
62
52

21.1
5.4
4.3

19.0
4.9
3.8

16.9
4.4
3.3

16.6
4.8
3.7

17.3
52
4.1

17.7
52
4.1

19.6
5.9
4.6

20.6
6.3
4.8

19.7
6.0
4.6

21.0
6.8
5.3

22.4
75
5.8

24.9
85
6.6

27.6
6.1
4.7

34.0
5.7
4.3

60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68

.9
14.3
122
2.0
2.9
22
3
o
.4

1.1
13.3
11.3
2.0
2.4
1.8
.3
0
.3

1.1
121
10.3
1.9
2.0
1.4
3
0
2

1.1
10.9
9.0
1.9
1.6
1.1
3
0
2

1.1
10.1
83
1.8
1.7
1.1
.3
0
2

1.1
10.3
8.7
1.6
1.9
1.3
.3
0
2

1.1
105
8.9
1.6
20
1.3
.4
0
2

1.3
11.1
9.6
1.5
2.6
1.7
5
0
2

1.5
112
9.7
15
3.1
2.0
.8
0
2

1.4
10.8
9.3
15
28
1.7
3
0
2

1.5
11.1
9.7
15
3.1
13
1.0
.1
2

1.7
11.7
10.0
1.7
32
13
1.1
.1
2

1.9
12.5
10.6
1.9
38
20
15
.1
2

1.4
162
135
2.6
5.4
23
2.3
.1
2

1.4
202
17.0
32
8.1
5.0
23
.1
.2

Services
Housing
Owner-occupied nonfarm dwellings—space rent
(24).
Tenant-occupied nonfarm dwellings-rent (25) ....
Rental value of farm dwellings (26)
Other (27)
' ..
Household operation

»' 3 7 )

Water and other sanitary services (
Telephone and telegraph (41)
Domestic service (42)
L
Other (43)....
Transportation
User-operated transportation
"
Repair, greasing, washing, parking, storage,
rental, and leasing (74).
Other user-operated transportation (76+77) ...
Purchased local transportation
Mass transit systems (79)
Taxicab (80)......
Purchased intercity transportation .
rcity

Airline (84)
Other (85)




.

Table 2.7.—Personal Consumption Expenditures by Type of Product in Constant Dollars—Continued
[Billions of 1987 dollars]
Une

1929

1930

1931

1932

1933

1934

1935

1936

1937

1938

1939

1940

1941

1942

1943

Services—Continued
Medical care
Physicians (47)
Dentists (48)
Other professional services (49)
Hospitals and nursing homes (50)
Health insurance (56)

.

Other
Personal care
—,——...
Cleaning, storage, and repair of clothing and
shoes (17).
Barbershops, beauty parlors, and health clubs
(22).
Other (19)
Personal business
Brokerage charges and investment counseling
(61).
Bank service charges, trust services, and safe
deposit box rental (62).
Services furnished without payment by financial
intermediaries except life insurance carriers
and private noninsured pension plans.
Expense of handling life insurance (64)
Legal services (65)
Funeral and buial expenses (66)
Other (67)
Recreation
Admissions to specified spectator amusements
(94).
Other (92+98+99+100+101)
„
Education and research
Higher education (103)
Nursery, elementary, and secondary schools
OtherO05)
ReSgious and welfare activities (106)
Netforeigntravel
Foreign travel by U.S. residents (108)
Less: Expenditures in the United States by
nonresidents (110).
See note at end of table.




69
70
71
72
73
74

31.4
12.4
5.0
2.8
10.5
.7

312
11.7
4.7
2.6
11.6
.7

30.9
112
4.4
2.4
122
.7

29.4
105
4.0
2.1
122
.7

27.3
9.7
3.6
1.9
115
.6

27.9
10.4
3.7
1.9
112
.6

28.1
10.5
3.6
1.9
115
.6

29.7
115
3.9
2.0
11.6
.7

305
11.8
3.9
2.0
12.0
.7

302
11.1
3.8
1.9
126
3

31.7
11.7
42
2.0
13.0
3

32.6
11.9
4.4
2.0
135
.9

33.7
122
4.8
2.0
13.7
1.1

35.4
12.7
4.9
2.1
14.6
12

75
76
77

127.0
165
9.1

115.7
15.7
8.4

1083
13.8
72

96.3
11.7
5.7

98.4
105
52

91.6
11.6
5.7

98.6
128
63

104.4
142
7.1

107.7
15.0
7.6

1024
142
7.4

103.3
145
7.5

105.1
15.4
8.1

1073
16.7
92

108.9
175
9.8

78

6.0

6.0

55

5.0

45

5.0

5.6

6.1

6.4

5.9

6.0

6.1

62

63

6.4

79
80
81

1.4
74.7
31.4

1.3
63 3
203

1.1
58.0
14.7

.9
53.1
120

.8
59.0
18.8

3
50 5
9.5

3
55 5
11.6

1.0
57.7
12.7

1.0
583
11.7

1.0
54.6
82

1.0
55.1
7.1

1.1
542
6.0

12
542
4.9

1.3
52.1
3.8

15
52.4
5.6

35.8
12.1
4.9
2.0
15.4
1.4

m
195
11.6

82

1.7

1.4

1.3

1.0

1.1

1.3

1.3

1.4

1.4

1.3

1.3

13

1.4

1.5

1.7

83

172

16.7

16.5

14.9

13.0

12.6

13.8

143

15.8

15.4

15.9

15.9

16.7

16.6

14.6

84
85
86
87
88
89

83
8.6
5.7
13
16.3
95

9.4
8.4
5.5
1.1
162
9.4

9.9
9.1
5.4
1.1
153
9.4

10.9
82
5.3
3<
12.7
7.3

115
8.5
52
.9
122
72

11.3
9.1
5.5
1.3
132
73

12.4
95
55
1.4
13.9
8.3

120
9.4
5.8
1.5
15.3
9.1

12.0
9.7
5.7
2.4
162
95

12.1
9.7
5.4
2.6
15.3
92

12.4
10.1
5.4
2.8
153
9.4

123
102
5.6
2.9
172
102

12.0
10.5
5.5
32
18.0
10.7

103
10.6
5.4
3.2
19.9
12.6

10.8
10.3
5.7
3.7
21.4
14.3

90
91
92
93

6.9
7.5
2.9
2.4

6.8
73
32
25

6.4
8.1
35
2.8

5.4
7.0
32
2.1

5.0
6.4
3.1
13

5.3
65
3.1
2.0

5.6
6.7
33
20

6.1
72
3.4
2.3

6.7
7.9
3.5
29

6.1
8.2
3.5
32

6.4
82
3.6
32

7.0
8.4
33
32

7.3
8.7
3.7
32

7.3
9.3
3.8
3.3

7.1
9.8
4.0
3.3

94
95
96
97
98

22
10.1
13
2.9
1.1

21
10.7
20
3.0
1.0

13
10.9
13
26
3

1.6
10.1
13
2.4
.6

1.4
9.2
1.1
13
.7

1.4
8.7
1.1
1.8
.7

1.4
8.6
1.1
13
3

1.5
8.7
1.3
2.3
.9

1.6
8.4
15
26
1.1

1.5
8.9
1.1
22
1.1

1.5
9.1
.6
13
12

1.4
93
.1
.9
.9

1.7
9.9
.3
1.1
.8

22
10.4
-2
.7
.9

2.5
11.6
-.3
.3
1.1

NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS, 1929-58
Table 2.7.-Personal Consumption Expenditures by Type of Product in Constant Dollars-Continued
[Billions of 1987 dollars]
Line

Personal consumption expenditures .
Dwatole goods

1944

1945

1946

1947

1948

1

671.2

7145

779.1

7935

8135

1949

1950

831.4

8745

1951

1952

894.7

9234

1953
9625

1954

1955

1956

1957

1958

9875

1,0475

1,078.7

1,104.4

1,1222

2

322

345

552

65.7

722

80.1

955

882

86.4

955

965

1145

1092

1085

1025

Motor vehicles and pans
New autos (70)
Net purchases of used autos (71) ,
Other motor vehicles (72).
Tires, tubes, accessories, and other parts (73)

3
4
5
6
7

10.1
2
8.7
0
1.3

105
82
0
15

185
7.7
55
1.1
35

26.9
135
8.5
1.4
35

31.9
155
11.7
15
3.3

41.0
21.6
152
1.1
3.1

51.4
28.7
17.6
1.3
3.8

455
23.0
17.6
1.4
3.3

432
195
19.1
1.1
35

50.1
26.9
19.1
1.0
3.1

515
25.9
21.9
1.0
25

645
36.4
23 2
15
35

56.6
285
225
15
35

572
29.8
21.9
1.4
4.1

51.4
222
23.6
12
4.4

Furniture and household equipment
Furniture, including mattresses and bedsprings
(29).
Kitchen and other household appliances (30)
China, glassware, tableware, and utensils (31) ....
Video and audio products, computing equipment,
and musical instruments (91).
Olher durable house furnishings (32)

8
9

13.6
4.9

15.0
5.1

255
7.4

28.0
8.0

29.4
8.3

285
85

325
9.3

312
85

312
95

325
10.1

325
10.4

365
120

37.6
124

36.4
11.8

35.8
11.7

.3
3.7
5

5
45
.3

23

4.4
7.4
1.1

45
75
1.1

42
72
1.2

5.4
7.5
1.7

4.9
7.3
1.6

4.9
7.0
15

5.1
7.0
2.1

5.3
7.0
2.3

6.1
75
25

6.7
7.0
26

6.8
6.4
24

67
6.1
2.4

13

4.4

4.6

6.7

72

75

7.7

85

8.6

8.1

75

75

8.4

85

9.0

8.9

Other
Ophthalmic products and orthopedic appliances
(46).
Wheel goods, sports and photographic equipment
boats, and pleasure aircraft (90).
Jewelry and watches (18)........
Books and maps (87)

14
15

85
1.4

95
15

115
1.7

105
1.6

T0.9
1.7

10.5
1.7

112
15

11.7
1.9

12.1
20

12.6
22

12.9
21

14.0
21

15.1
2.3

152
2.3

15.3
22

10
11
12

2

7.1
1.1

Food purchased for off-premise consumption ( 3 ) .
Purchased meals and beverages (4)
Food furnished to employees (including military)
andfoodproduced and consumed on farms
(5+6).
Addenda: F ^ e x d u ^ r i g ateoho«c^erags(8) .
premise c o r e S n p f i n ^ ^
Other alcoholic beverages (10)

5

1.1

2.1

25

22

2.0

2.1

2.0

22

2.4

27

32

3.6

3.8

4.0

22

2.6
4.4

32
4.8

25
4.0

3.0
4.0

2.8
4.0

3.0
45

3.0
45

3.3
4.6

3.3
4.7

3.6
45

4.0
4.7

4.1
5.1

4.2
4.9

45
45

19

Food.

16
17
18

3412

3775

391.7

3825

3845

3892

400.4

412.7

4295

443.7

449.4

4705

4865

4955

500.0

20
21
22
23

213.6
130.1
632
205

230.9
137.4
71.7
21.8

241.4
155.9
70.7
145

231.1
157.0
62.4
115

228.9
157.1
60.7
11.1

231.1
158.8
61.6
10.7

235.0
1622
622
10.5

2425
1635
665
11.7

251.0
168.9
70.1
12.0

2605
1762
73.0
11.7

2655
181.7
725
11.3

2772
1912
75.1
105

286.1
198.0
77.4
10.7

2922
203.8
78.1
105

2915
204.9
77.0
9.9

24
25

189.9
135

205.1
14.1

2135
15.1

203.3
15.4

2025
135

205.0
135

207.6
14.0

214.1
135

223.0
135

231.6
135

237.3
135

247.5
13.9

255.6
142

261.4
14.0

261.0
14.0

3.9

26

10.4

115

12.8

12.4

125

125

13.4

14.7

14.5

152

15.1

155

16.4

16.7

165

Clothing and shoes
Shoes (12)
Women s and children's clothing and accessories
except shoes (14).
Men's and boys' clothing and accessories except
shoes (15+16).

27
28
29

465
95
205

48.1
10.8
20.4

49.6
12.0
21.4

472
11.0
20.9

47.4
10.7
21.4

47.7
10.9
212

49.1
11.5
212

48.5
105
215

50.9
105
23.6

51.4
10.4
24 2

51.4
102
24.4

54.0
11.0
255

55.4
11.0
26.4

54.9
105
26.6

555
11.4
26.9

30

16.1

175

162

15.3

15.4

15.6

16.4

16.8

17.0

165

16.8

175

18.0

17.6

172

Gasoline and oil (75)

31

7.4

9.7

17.7

18.8

20.0

21.8

22.6

24.5

265

28.0

285

31.4

335

345

362

Fuel oil and coal (40)

32

19.7

21.0

22.6

23.8

235

21.1

22.7

22.6

22.0

212

21.6

23.0

23.0

225

23.7

Other.
Tobacco products (7)
Toilet articles and preparations (21)
Semidurable house furnishings (33)
Cleaning and polishing preparations, and
miscellaneous household supplies and paper
products (34).
Drug preparations and gUiUiKfa (Jvvi
cum sundries (45)
Nondurable toys and sport supplies ( 8 9 ) Z Z . . . * I
Stationery and writing supplies (35)
Netforeignremittances(109 (ess 111)
Magazines, newspapers, and sheet music (88) ...
Flowers, seeds, and potted plants (93)

33
34
35
36
37

59.4
205
45
5.4
45

67.6
21.0
45
55
45

60.4
23.8
4.6
6.4
5.3

61.4
4.3
5.4
6.7

63.8
25.4
45
5.7
65

67.5
255
4.5
6.6
7.4

71.1
25.9
5.0
7.4
82

74.7
265
45
72
8.1

78.6
275
5.4
7.4
82

822
275
55
75
9.0

81.5
26.5
6.0
7.1
92

84.8
26.8
6.6
75
10.0

88.1
27.6
72
7.7
10.6

91.0
2S.7
7.7
7.7
11.3

928
29.6
85
75
11.7

38
39
40
41
42
43

45
1.3
15
8.0
75
15

45
15
25
14.1
85
15

5.0
25
2.3
2
9.1
1.4

4.8
2.4
22
.3
9.6
1.3

5.0
2.6
2.1
1.0
9.7
1.1

52
25
22
25
9.6
1.3

5.7
3.3
22
2.4
9.7
1.4

65
3.7
22
35
10.0
15

6.6
3.8
2.3
5.6
102
1.4

6.8
3.8
26
75
105
1.6

65
3.7
2.7
75
10.4
1.7

7.3
4.0
2.8
7.7
105
• 1.6

8.1
42
25
7.7
10.4
15

85
4.4
29
7.6
102
15

9.1
4.4
3.1
7.7
10.0
1.7

44

292.7

3024

3322

3452

3565

3622

3785

3935

4075

4235

4412

461.7

4835

5002

519.7

45
46

685
32.4

70.4
34.6

765
385

83.3
435

87.6
465

93.0
50.5

99.3
55.1

106.6
602

1135
655

119.6
69.7

125.4
74.3

131.7
79.5

1382
84.7

1452
89.6

151.9
94.7

47
48
49

265
65
4.0

25.3
62
4.4

26.4
62
45

27.6
65
5.9

285
6.7
55

30.4
7.0
5.1

31.9
72
5.1

33.7
7.4
55

35.1
7.7
55

36.5
75
5.6

37.4
8.0
55

38.1
82
6.0

39.0
82
6.3

40.6
8.3
6.7

422
8.4
6.6

50
51
52
53
54
55
56

35.6
4.4
5.1
45
3.1
15.1
35

36.6
4.7
55
4.7
35
145
35

40.0
5.4
55
5.0
3.6
135
65

425
6.1
6.8
5.1
35
14.7
62

445
65
7.3
55
4.1
145
6.4

45.8
7.6
75
5.5
4.4
14.4
6.3

49.8
8.7
8.5
5.7
4.6
15.7
6.6

52.7
9.6
9.7
55
5.0
15.5
6.9

53.7
10.6
10.4
6.0
5.4
142
7.1

555
115
11.0
6.1
5.7
14.0
75

57.8
125
122
62
6.1
132
7.6

635
13.5
132
62
6.7
15.6
8.0

675
14.7
14.5
65
75
16.3
85

69.8
15.7
15.1
6.4
7.8
16.0
8.7

72.1
16.6
16.0
62
8.0
16.4
8.9

57
58
59

365
65
55

39.0
9.0
75

445
15.1
12.6

44.3
16.4
13.4

44.0
17.4
142

41.6
18.3
15.0

40.6
195
155

41.7
215
16.5

415
215
17.1

42.7
23.4
18.4

41.6
23.8
185

426
255
19.7

44.4
275
20.6

45.0
282
215

43.9
28.3
22.0

60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68

15
21.7
175
35
85
55
3.0
1

1.7
21.6
18.1
3.5
8.4
4.9
3.0

2.5
225
175
4.4
7.6
4.0
3.1
.4
2

3.0
21.1
17.1
4.0
65
3.4
25
.4
2

32
20.1
162
3.9
6.4
3.1
2.7
.4
2

3.4
17.6
14.4
3.1
5.7
25
2.6
.4
2

4.0
15.9
125
3.0
52
2.1
25
5
2

4.8
14.7
11.6
3.0
5.8
25
2.6
.7
2

4.7
14.0
10.9
3.1
6.0
2.4
2,6
5
2

5.0
13.4
10.3
3.1
6.0
23
25
1.0
2

5.5
121
92
2.9
5.7
21
25
1.1
2

5.6
115
8.6
25
55
20
22
15
2

6.7
112
8.3
3.0
5.9
20
22
15
2

6.7
10.9
75
3.0
5.9
1.8
21
1.7
2

6.4
10.1
7.3
2.9
5.4
1.6
15
1.7
2

Services

„.

Housing
O^o<xupied n o S ' S i i r i ^

Tenant-occupied nonfarm dwellings-rent (25)

n^^wettin8S(26,

K(2^1^

Hcwehoid operation
g t t g r m

Water and other sanitary services (39)
JJephone and telegraph (41) . . J U L
Domestic service
Other 43).

'

Transportation

User-operaied transportation

ZZZZZ!

^ s s transit systems (79) . . . . Z 1 Z Z Z Z

..ZZ

Bus (83)

M

-

—

=




'

2

2
2

24.7

Table 2.7.—Personal Consumption Expenditures by Type of Product in Constant Dollars—Continued
[Billions of 1987 dollars]
Une

1944

1945

1946

1947

1948

1949

1950

1951

1952

1953

1954

1955

1956

1957

1958

Services-Continued
Medical care
..
Physicians <47)
Dentists (48)
Other professional services (49)
Hospitals and nursing homes (50)
Health insurance (56)

382
135
4.8
22
15.8
1.6

39.0
13.9
5.0
2.4
16.0
1.7

45.1
17.5
5.9
2.9
17.1
15

48.8
19.5
5.6
32
172
3.4

53.3
21.6
62
3.5
18.3
35

55.1
21.7
6.0
35
19.5
4.4

58.1
2Z5
6.2
3.6
205
5.0

61.0
23.5
6.3
3.7
212
6.3

642
24.3
6.8
3.7
22.8
6.6

675
252
72
35
24.1
7.1

71.8
272
7.9
4.0
25.6
7.0

742
27.0
8.3
4.0
27.4
7.6

78.9
28.4
8.7
42
29.4
82

83.3
29.8
92
4.5
31.2
8.7

89.3
322
9.5
4.9
34.3
8.4

113.3
195
115

117.3
21.1
125

1255
23.1
152

126.0
23.0
15.3

127.5
225
15.3

126.7
225
14.8

131.1
2Z4
14.7

131.9
222
14.5

134.8
23.0
14.8

138.1
235
15.1

144.5
24.9
152

149.9
25.3
15.3

154.3
26.1
15.2

156.9
26.4
15.0

162.5
26.3
14.6

78

6.5

6.6

6.6

6.5

6.4

6.4

6.6

6.7

7.0

7.5

8.4

8.7

9.4

9.9

10.1

79
80
81

......

Other
.....
Personal care
Cleaning, storage, and repair of clothing and
.Knae 11 /).
snoes (171
Barbershops, beauty parlors, and health dubs
(22).
Other (19)
Personal business
Brokerage charges and investment counseling

69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77

.....
....

1.4
50.6
5.5

1.6
52.3
7.3

15
55.0
6.7

12
56.5
5.5

1.1
57.8
5.5

1.1
57.3
4.8

1.1
612
7.3

1.1
62.1
6.3

12
61.4
52

12
63.0
4.9

1.3
66.7
6.3

1.3
69.1
6.2

1.4
69.4
5.3

15
71.5
5.1

1.6
75.4
5.8

(61 J.

82

15

Z0

2.0

1.9

2.0

2.0

2.4

Z5

Z7

25

3.0

32

32

3.3

3.3

83

14.0

145

18.1

19.4

19.7

19,4

19.9

20.3

20.9

22.1

232

24.2

24.5

24.5

26.1

84
85
86
87
88
89

105
9.7
55
35
20.9
132

10.1
9.4
55
3.4
22.0
13.7

10.1
10.3
4.3
35
25 2
15.7

11.7
10.1
4.6
35
23.7
14.4

11.8
10.9
4.7
32
22.8
13.6

11.8
11.3
4.9
32
2Z1
13.0

12.3
112
4.9
32
21.9
1Z4

125
11.7
5.3
3.4
21.8
1Z0

1Z4
115
5.5
3.3
21.9
11.7

12.7
11.4
5.7
3.4
21.8
11.1

13.0
12.0
5.8
3.5
2Z0
11.1

14.0
12.1
5.9
3.6
23.0
11.4

15.4
11.4
6.0
3.7
24.0
11.7

16.1
12.1
6.4
4.0
22.5
9.6

16.4
13.0
6.7
4.1
22.0
8.5

Other (92+98+99+100+101)
Education and research „...
Higher education (103)
—
Ni*ser^, elementary, and secondary schools

90
91
92
93

7.7
9.4
4.1
3.3

8.3
92
3.9
35

95
95
4.3
3.1

92
10.6
5.3
3.4

9.1
112
5.7
35

92
11.9
6.1
3.7

9.5
125
62
3.8

9.8
12.7
6.2
4.1

102
13.3
6.4
4.4

10.7
14.0
6.7
4.6

10.9
145
6.9
45

11.6
15.6
7.4
5.1

12.3
165
7.9
5.4

12.9
17.8
8.7
5.8

135
18.8
9.5
6.0

Other (105) ......
Religious and welfare activities (106)
Netforeign travel
Foreign travel by U.S. residents (108)
Less: Expenditures in the United States by
nonresidents (110).

94
95
96
97
98

2.0
13.0

1.8
132
-.4
1.1
15

ZO
135
-.4
1.8
22

1.9
1Z0
2
2.4
22

ZO
122
.8
25
Z0

2.1
12.1
.9
3.2
22

Z3
122
1.1
35
Z4

Z4
122
1.0
35
2.6

Z6
13.9
15
4.1
2.8

2.7
14.4
12
4.3
3.1

2.8
15.1
12
4.5
32

3.1
15.3
1.6
52
3.6

3.2
16.6
1.7
5.6
3.9

3.3
16.8
1.9
6.0
4.1

3.4
17.6
2.3
6.5
42

Bank service diarges, trust services, and safe
deposit box rental (62).
Services furnished without payment by financial
intermediaries except life insurance carriers
and private noninsured pension plans.
Expense of handling life insurance (64)
Legal services (65)
Funeral and burial expenses (66)
Other (67)
Recreation
Admissions to specified spectator amusements
(94).

-

-.4

.9
1.3

NOTE.—The figures in parentheses are the line numbers of the corresponding items in table 2.4.




3. Government Receipts and Expenditures
Table 3.1 .—Government Receipts and Expenditures
[Billions of dollars]
Line
Receipts .

1929

1930

1931

1932

1933

1934

1935

1936

1937

1938

1939

1940

1941

1942

1

113

10.5

92

85

9.1

103

112

123

152

14.9

152

175

243

325

2
3
4
5

2.3
1.4
7.1
3

2.1
3
.3

1.5
.5
6.9
.3

1.1
.4
6.8
.3

12
5
7.1
.3

1.3
.7
75
.3

1.6
1.0
82
.4

2.0
1.4
8.7
.7

27
1.5
92
1.9

2.6
1.0
92
2.0

22
1.4
9.4
22

23
23
10.1
2.4

3.0
7.6
11.4
2.8

5.7
11.4
11.9
3.5

6

10j0

10.8

12.1

10.4

10.4

125

132

163

143

163

17.6

18.1

28.7

63.7

Purchases
Compensation of employees..
Other

7
8
9

8.6
4.4
42

92

92

4.6
4.7

4.7
45

8.1
4.5
3.6

7.9
4.7
32

9.7
5.6
4.0

10.0
6.0
4.0

12.1
7.3
4.7

11.7
6.9
4.8

12.7
7.7
5.0

135
7.6
5.9

13.8
7.8
6.0

24.8
9.5
15.4

595
152
44.4

Transfer payments (net) ,
To persons ..
To rest of the world (net).

10
11
12

1.0
.9
0

1.0
1.0
0

2.1
2.1
0

15
1.4
0

15
15
0

1.6
1.6
0

13
13
0

3.0
2.9
0

1.9
1.9
.1

2.4
2.4
0

26
25
0

2.7
2.7
0

2.6
2.6
0

2.7
2.7
.1

Net interest paid
Interest paid .
To persons and business ....
To rest of the world (net) .
Less: Interest received by government1

13
14
15
16
17

.7

.7

.9

.9

1.0

1.1

1.0

1.0

1.1

1.1

1.1

12

12

1.4

0

0

0

o"

0

o"

0

0

0

0

0

Personaf tax and nontax receipts .
Corporate profits tax accruals .
Indirect business tax and nontax accruals .
Contributions for social insurance

Expenditures .

1

72

0

0

o"

0

0

-2

-.1

-.1

-.1

0

Less: Oividends received by government

18

Subsidies less current surplus of government
enterprises.
Subsidies..
Less: Current surplus of government enterprises .

19
20
21

Less: Wage accruals less disbursements

22

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

23

15

-.3

-2.9

-13

-13

-22

-20

-32

24
25

2

2

2

2

.8

-.5

-3.0

-1.9

.1
-1.4

.1
-2.4

2
-2.2

.4
-3.6

Surplus or deficit (-), national income and
product accounts.
Social insurance funds
Other

Une
Receipts ....

2

.3

2

.4

.5

.1

0

"""

1944

1945

1946

1947

1948

1949

1950

0

1951

0
5

1.6
-1.1

1952

0

0

0

0

-15

-2.4

-5

-33

-312

12
-27

13
-3.7

1.3
-1.8

2.0
-53

2.6
-33.9

1953

1954

1955

1957

1956

1958

1

Expenditures

532

52.4

57.7

593

563

683

85.1

903

945

89.8

1003

1094

1153

1145

2
3
4
5

Persona) tax and nontax receipts
Corporate profits tax accruals
Indirect business tax and nontax accruals
Contributions for social insurance

51.1
18.6
12.9
14.2
52

20.6
10.7
15.6
6.3

18.4
9.1
172
7.7

21.1
11.3
18.6
6.7

20.6
12.4
20.3
6.0

18.0
102
21.5
6.6

20.1
17.9
23.5
7.4

28.4
22.6
25.3
8.8

335
19.4
273
9.3

34.9
20.3
293
9.6

318
17.6
29.7
10.6

34.6
22.0
32.3
1Z0

38.7
22.0
35.1
13.5

41.3
21.4
37.6
155

40.9
19.0
38.7
15.9

6

1023

93.1

472

433

493

595

613

79.6

935

1002

97.0

98.0

1043

1143

125.4

Purchases
Compensation of employees
Other

7
8
9

96.9
32.3
64.6

83.3
35.3
47.9

29.2
22.4
6.8

262
17.6
85

31.4
18.1
13.3

38.5
20.1
18.4

39.5
212
182

602
27.7
325

74.9
315
43.4

81.0
32.4
48.6

76.0
33.0
43.0

75.8
343
41.0

79.8
372
42.6

87.4
393
47.6

93.5
423
50.6

Transfer payments (net)
To persons
To rest of the world (net)

10
11
12

3.0
3.1
-.1

6.0
5.6
.4

13.1
10.8
23

13.1
112
2.0

145
10.6
3.9

16.9
11.7
5.1

18.0
14.4
3.6

14.8
11.6
3.1

14.3
122
2.1

15.1
13.1
2.0

17.1
15.3
13

18.5
16.4
2.1

19.4
175
1.9

222
20.3
1.8

26.5
24.7
1.8

Net interest paid
Interest paid
To persons and business
To rest of the world (net)
Less: Interest received by government1

13
14
15
16
17

2.4

32

4.1

42

42

43

4.4

4.5

45

4.6

4.7

4.7

52

5.6

5.4

.1

.1

.1

2

.2

.1

-.6

-.8

-1.0

-5

-2

0

0

1

Less: Dividends received by government

. . .

....
0

0

0

0

-2

-2

0

0

0

18

Subsidies less current surplus of government
enterprises.
Subsidies
Less: Current surplus of government enterprises

20
21

Less: Wage accruals less tfsbursements

22

Surplus or deficit (-), national income and
product accounts.
Social insurance funds
Other

19

.6

.8

-2

2

.1

-2

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

-.1

0

0

0

23

-51.7

-393

52

144

94

-32

73

55

-35

-5.7

-72

23

54

3

-103

24
25

4.6
-56.3

4.9
-44.9

3.9
13

3.9
10.4

3.4
6.0

2.7
-5.9

1.1
5.9

4.1
15

4.3
-7.8

3.6
-9.3

28
-10.0

34
-5

3.9
1.5

3.6
-2.8

.1
-10.9

0

1. Prior to 1968, dividends received is included in interest received (line 17).




.7

0

0

Table 3.2.-Federal Government Receipts and Expenditures: Annual, 1929-58, and Quarterly, 1946-58
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
Line

1929

1934

1933

1932

1931

1930

1938

1937

1936

1935

1940

1939

1941

1942

1943

7.1

6.6

63

83

15.5

23.1

394

1

3.8

3.1

21

1.8

2.7

3.6

4.0

5.1

2
3
4
5

13
12
.1
0

1.1
1.0
.1
0

.6
5
.1
0

.3
0
0

.5
.4
.1
0

.6
.4
.1
0

3
.6
2
0

1.1
.7
.4
0

1.7
1.3
.4
0

1.6
12
.4
0

1.2
.9
.4
0

1.4
1.0
.3
0

2.0
1.6
.4
0

4.7
4.0
.5
0

16.5
15.9
.5
.1

Corporate profits tax accruals
Federal Reserve banks
Other

6
7
8

12
0
12

.7
0
.7

.4
0
.4

.3
0
.3

5
0
.5

.6
0
.6

.8
0
.8

1.3
0
1.3

1.3
0
1.3

.9
0
.9

1.3
0
1.3

2.6
0
2.6

7.3
0
7.3

11.1
0
11.1

13.6
0
13.6

Indirect business tax and nontax accruals2
Excise taxes
Customs duties
Nontaxes

9
10
11
12

12
.6
.6
.1

1.0
.5
.5
.1

.9
5
.4
0

.9
.6
2
0

1.6
1.2
.3
0

2.2
1.8
.3
0

22
1.7
.4
.1

23
1.7
.4
.1

2.4
1.8
.5
.1

2.3
1.7
.3
.1

2.4
1.8
.3
.1

2.7
2.1
.3
.1

3.6
2.8
.4
.1

4.1
3.4
.3
.1

5.0
4,1
.4
.2

Contributions for social insurance

13

Receipts
Personal tax and nontax receipts1
Income taxes
Estate and gift taxes
Nontaxes

-

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

.4

1.6

1.8

1.9

21

2.6

3.2

4.2

14

2.7

28

42

32

33

63

6.6

83

1A

8.4

93

93

20.6

56.0

86.1

15
16
17

1.5

1.6

1.7

1.6

2.1

3.0

3.0

52

4.7

5.2

5.5
1.3
4.2

6.0
2.3
3.7

17.1
13.8
3.3

52.0
49.4
2.5

81.7
79.8
1.9

18
19
20

.7
.7
0

3
.7
0

1.8
1.7
0

1.0
.9
0

.7
.7
0

.6
.6
0

.7
.6
0

2.1
2.1
0

.9
.8
.1

12
1.2
0

1.3
1.3
0

1.5
1.4
0

1.4
1.4
0

1.5
1.4
.1

1.2
12
-.1

Grants-in-aid to State and local governments

21

.1

.1

.3

.1

1.6

1.7

.7

.8

.8

1.0

.9

.8

.9

.9

Net interest paid
Interest paid
..
To persons aid business
To rest of the world (net)
Less: Interest received by government ........

22
23
24
25
26

3

2

.3

.4

.5

5

.4

.6

.6

.6

.7

.8

1.0

1.6

o"

o •

0

0

Expenditures
Purchases
National defense
Nondefense ..................

.........

Transfer payments (net)
To persons ».„..
To rest of the world (net)'"!.

,
„„
„„
..JZ...

.

.4

.. ....
r

.. .....

Subsidies less current surplus of government
enterprises.
Subsidies
Less: Current surplus of government enterprises
Less: Wage accruals less tfsbusements

30

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

31

12

3

-21

-15

-12

-2.7

-25

-3.7

32
33

.1
1.1

.1
2

.1
-22

.1
-1.5

.1
-1.3

0
-2.7

.1
-26

.3
-4.0

T

0

0

0

.8

.6

.9

.9

.6

.7

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

-3

-13

-2.4

-1.1

-5.1

-333

-46.8

1.5
-1.7

1.1
-29

1.1
-3.6

1.2
-2.3

1.8
-6.9

25
-35.4

3.7
-50.5

28
29

Surplus or deficit H national income and
product accounts.
Social insurance funds
Other

27

r

Line
Rtftfol

.1

1944

.1

0

1945

.1

2

1946

1947

5

2

1948

1949

.7

1950

.4

1951

.4

1952

1954

1953

1957

1956

1955

1

412

423

403

443

443

395

50 5

64.7

673

705

64.3

732

78.6

82.6

Personal tax and nontax receipts' .
Income taxes .
Estate and gilt taxes .
Nontax es

2
3
4
5

175
163
.6
.1

19.4
185
.7
.1

172
16.3
.7
.1

19.6
18.8
.8
0

19.0
18.1
.9
0

16.1
15.4
.7
0

18.1
17.4
.6
0

26.1
25.4
.7
0

31.0
X.I
.8
.1

322
31.3
3
.1

29.0
28.0
.9
.1

31.4
30.4
1.0
.1

35.2
33.8
1.3
.1

37.4
35.9
1.4
0

Corporate profits tax a n e k .
Federal Reserve banks.
Other

6
7
8

12.5
0
125

102
0
102

8.6
0
8.6

10.7
.1
105

11.8
2
11.6

9.6
2
9.4

172
2
17.0

21.7
.3
21.4

18.6
.3
18.3

195
.3
19.1

16.9
.3
16.6

21.1
.3
203

20.9
.4
20.5

20.4
.5
19.9

Indirect business tax and nontax accruals2 .
Excise taxes
Customs duties
Nontaxes
—.
........

9
10
11
12

63
52
.4
.3

72
62
.4
3

7.9
72
5
2

73
72
.4
.3

8.1
7.4
.4
3

82
75
.4
.3

83
82
5
2

9.4
8.6
.6
2

10.4
9.6
.6
2

11.0
102
.6
2

93
9.0
5
2

10.7
9.8
.7
.3

11.3
10.3
.7
.3

11.9
10.8
.B
.3

Contitiutions for social Insurance .

13

43

5.9

7.1

6.1

52

5.6

6.3

75

73

73

8.7

9.9

112

12.9

14

953

853

375

303

343

423

423

58.7

712

76.4

704

69.0

723

80.4

Purchases .
National defense
Nondefense

15
16
17

895
875
20

75.4
73.7
1.7

19.6
16.4
32

133
10.0
3.8

165
113
52

21.0
133
72

202
143
5.8

39.0
33.8
5.1

52.4
462
62

563
49.0
7.8

49.0
41.6
7.4

462
39.0
72

475
40.7
6.8

51.6
44.6
7.0

Transfer payments (net) .
Toe
To rest of the world (net).

18
19
20

13
13
-.1

4.7
43
.4

11.4
9.1
23

10.8
8.8
2.0

115
7.6
3.9

133
8.7
5.1

14.4
10.8
3.6

11.7
85
3.1

10.9
83
2.1

115
95
2.0

13.3
115
1.8

14.5
12.4
2.1

15.3
13.4
1.9

17.6
15.7
1.8

Expenditures

,,,,

GrantSHn-aid to State and local governments „

21

.9

3

1.1

1.7

2.0

22

23

25

26

28

2.9

3.1

3.3

42

Net interest paid
Interest paid .
To persons and business .
To rest of the world (net)
less: Interest received by government

22
23
24
25
26

2.1

2.9

33

4.1

4.1

4.3

4.4

4.5

45

4.6

4.6

4.6

5.1

5.5

2

2

Subsides less current surplus of government
enterprises.
Subsdtes *
Less: Cunent surplus of government enterprises .

12

1.5

28
29

Less: Wage accruals less tfsbursements

30

Surplus or defidt H national income and
product accounts.
Social insurance funds .
Other




27

.„.„„,
0

0

1.3

1.4

0™

1.6

..............

.
0
.6

.6

0

.1

*.T

1.0

12

.9

.6

0
.6

....
.1
.5

.6

...........
0

0

0

31

-54.4

-425

33

32
33

4.3
-58.7

4.7
-472

3.5
-2

0

134
3.5
9.8

0

0

0

0

0

-.1

0

0

0

0

92

-25

82

63

-3.4

-53

-6.1

42

6.3

22

23
6.4

21
-4.6

.4
73

32
28

3.3
-6.7

2.5
-8.4

1.5
-7.6

2.0
2.1

2.4
3.9

2.0
2

Table 3.2.—Federal Government Receipts and Expenditures: Annual, 1929-58, and Quarterly, 1946-58-Continued
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
1946

1947

1948

Une
1

Receipts

1949

1950

11
1

IV

1

II

III

IV

1

II

III

IV

1

It

III

IV

1

II

........ 1

365

405

43.0

434

445

43.9

43.1

45.3

45.6

442

432

43.0

41.6

395

39.1

374

43.0

472

Personal tax and nontax receipts1
Income taxes
Estate and gift taxes
Nontaxes

2
3
4
5

16.0
15.1
.7
.1

17.3
16.3
.8
.1

17.8
17.0
.7
.1

17.7
16.9
.7
0

19.1
182
.9
0

19.3
18.5
.7
0

19.6
18.7
.9
0

20.6
19.8
5
0

21.0
20.1
.9
0

18.9
17.8
1.0
0

18.0
17.1
4
0

18.1
17.3
.8
0

172
16.5
.7
0

16.4
15.6
.7
0

15.7
14.9
.8
0

152
14.4
.7
0

155
15.1
.6
0

16.8
16.1
.7
0

Corporate profits tax accruals
Federal Reserve banks
Other

6
7
8

5.8
0
5.8

7.6
0
7.6

10.0
0
10.0

112
0
11.2

10.9
.1
10.9

10.4
.1
10.3

102
.1
10.1

11.1
.1
11.0

115
.1
11.4

12.1
.1
12.0

11.9
2
11.7

11.5
2
115

10.4
2
10.2

9.1
2
8.9

9.5
2
9.3

9.3
2
9.2

13.0
.2
12.9

15.6
2
15.4

Indirect business tax and nontax accruals2
Excise taxes ....
*
Customs duties
Nontaxes

9
10
11
12

7.6

7.9

8.1

8.1

8.1

75

7.7

82

75

8.2

82

82

8.1

82

8.3

8.0

8.0

8.7

Contributions for social insurance

13

7.1

7.6

72

65

6.8

6.4

5.6

5.3

5.3

5.1

52

5.1

5.9

5.8

5.5

5.3

6.1

6.1

Expenditures

14

445

375

342

335

302

305

332

294

31.7

332

362

38.0

405

425

43.1

415

48.1

415

Purchases
National defense
Nondefense

15
16
17

24.4
21.9
2.6

19.1
16.4
2.7

17.4
13.8
3.7

17.3
135
3.8

14.0
10.7
3.4

14.3
95
4.5

13.6
9.5
4.1

13.1
9.9
3.2

14.3
10.6
3.7

16.1
10.9
5.1

17.0
11.2
55

187
125
62

20.4
13.6
6.8

21.7
142
7.5

21.3
14.2
7.0

20.7
13.4
7.3

19.6
128
68

19.9
12.9
7.1

Transfer payments (net)
To pereons
To rest of the world (net)

18
19
20

13.0
102
2.7

11.8
9.4
2.4

10.7
8.8
2.0

10.0
8.1
1.9

9.9
8.1
1.7

9.6
7.7
1.9

13.3
11.1
2.1

10.4
8.3
2.1

10.9
7.9
3.0

10.7
7.7
3.0

12.3
7.5
4.9

12.1
75
4.6

13.3
82
5.1

14.1
8.7
5.4

14.4
9.1
5.3

135
9.1
4.7

21,1
17.1
3.9

13.9
10.1
35

Grants-in-aid to State and local governments

21

1.0

.9

12

1.4

1.6

1.8

15

15

1.8

1.9

2.1

22

2.1

2.0

2.5

2.3

2.4

2.4

Net interest paid ...
Interest paid
To pereons and business
To rest of the world (net)
Less: Interest received by government

22
23
24
25
26

3.7

3.9

4.0

4.0

4.0

4.1

4.1

4.1

4.1

4.1

4.1

42

42

4.3

4.3

4.3

4.3

4.3

o"

o"

.1.1"
0

o"

o"

if

o"

0

o"

*o"

"o"

0

0~

r

r

if"

if"

.5

.4

1.0

Subsidies less current surplus of government
enterprises.
Subsides
Less: Current surplus of government enterprises
Less: Wage atxruals less tfisbursements

Surplus or deficit H national income and
product accounts.
Social insurance funds
Other

27

.9

.7

2.5

2.0

30

.1

-.1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

31

-7.9

25

85

95

14.7

13.4

95

15.4

134

11.1

.8

.6

.4

.5

.7

0™

.7

.5

.7

.6

.8

0

0

0

0

5

-3.1

-45

-3.9

-5.1

IV

.9

1

II

28
29
0

0

7.0

44

0

0
5.7

32
33

1954

1953

1952

1951

1950
Une
IV

11
1

Receipts

„„

1

1
1

III

IV

I

II

Ill

IV

I

1
1

Ill

III

IV

635

625

66.6

66.7

66.8

675

705

722

714

715

66.1

63.4

635

64.1

662

1

535

58.1

665

2
3
4
5

18.1
17.4
.7
0

21.6
21.0
.6
0

23.5
225
.7
0

25.4
24.7
.7
0

26.8
26.1
.7
0

28.8
27.9
5
0

29.9
29.0
.8
0

30.9
29.9
.9
0

31.3
30.4
.9
.1

32.0
312
.8
.1

32.5
315
1.0
.1

32.4
31.5
.8
.1

32.1
312
.9
.1

32.0
30.9
1.0
.1

29.'
28.1
.9
.1

28.8
27.9
.9
.1

28.8
27.9
.9
.1

29.3
28.3
.9
.1

Corporate profits tax accruals
Federal Reserve banks
Other

6
7
8

19.1
.2
18.9

20.9
2
20.7

25.3
.2
25.0

21.4
.3
21.1

19.4
5
19.1

20.7
.3
20.4

19.0
5
18.7

17.9
5
17.6

17.8
.3
175

19.7
5
19.3

20.8
5
20.4

20.9
.3
205

20.4
.4
20.0

15.9
.3
15.6

15,7
.3
15.4

162
.3
15.9

17.1
.3
16.9

18.4
2
182

Wtoct business tax and nontax accruals
Excise taxes
Customs duties
Nontaxes

9
10
11
12

10.0

9.0

10.1

9.0

9.1

95

10.0

10.4

10.4

10.7

11.0

112

11.0

10.6

10.0

9.9

9.5

9.7

Personal tax and nontax receipts
Income taxes
Estate and gift taxes
Nontaxes

-

13

Expenditures
Purchases
National defense
Nondefense

„
Z

I Z T T T Z .

To rest of the world (net)
Gf

a«SHrKBd to State and local governments

totjnterest paid
merest paid
To persons and business
To rest of the world (net)
Uss:
Interest received by government
current surplus of government
sHfeT.
Less:
Cunent surplus oi government enterprises
Wage accruals less disbursements

S>»P|g or deficit B national income and
Product accounts.
S k a insurance funds
Other




6.3

65

7.4

75

7.4

7.5

75

7.7

7.7

7.9

7.9

8.0

7.8

7.6

8.7

8.6

8.7

8.8

14

Contitxitions for social insurance

Transfer payments (net)
To persons
.,..1

............ ............

............ ............
............
37.6

415

485

55.7

62.1

685

665

705

734

742

755

78.4

764

755

73.1

705

68.9

69.1

15
16
17

192
14.4
4.8

22.0
17.3
4.7

292
24.3
5.0

35.8
30.6
52

43.1
38.0
5.1

47.7
42.4
5.3

48.9
42.7
62

51.8
45.9
55

535
47.3
65

552
48.9
6.4

565
49.5
7.1

585
49.9
8.7

56.3
48.7
7.6

55.7
47.9
7.8

525
44.8
8.0

49.5
42.4
7.1

47.0
40.3
6.7

46.7
38.9
75

18
19
20

10.9
7.7
3.1

11.6
8.1
35

112
82
3.0

11,7
8.6
3.1

11.9
8.8
32

11.9
8.7
32

10.1
8.3
15

10.7
8.3
2.4

11.8
92
2.6

105
9.3
1.7

11.4
9.3
2.1

11.4
92
2.1

115
9.4
1.9

12.0
10.1
1.9

12.5
10.8
1.7

12.9
11.4
1.5

13.7
11.8
2.0

14.4
123
2.1

21

25

2.3

2.5

2.5

2.4

2.6

25

25

Z8

25

2.3

3.4

25

2.9

2.9

25

3.0

2.9

22
23
24
25
26

4.4

4.4

4.4

4.4

4.4

45

4.5

4.4

45

4.5

45

45

4.6

4.6

4.6

4.7

4.7

4.6

. .....

„...

.....

J

J

.1

'.T

A

T

,'i'

27

.9

12

5

.3

.8

5

.4

.....

............

..... ............

.....

0
15

1.3

1.0

12

.9

.9

.9

............
.1
.7

. ....
5

5

.8

28
29
30
31
32
33

0
155

0

0

165

17.6

0

.7

-.6

0

0

0

0

0

-.1

-.1

-.1

0

0

0

0

7.7

.6

-14

-2

-35

-6.1

-35

-3.4

-6.0

-4.7

-95

-9.7

-75

-4.7

-25

""""""

............

Table 3.2.—Federal Government Receipts and Expenditures: Annual, 1929-58, and Quarterly, 1946-58-Continued
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]

1

II

I

IV

III

1958

1957

1956

1955
Line
II

1

IV

III

II

I

IV

III

II

III

1

703

72.1

74 2

76.1

76.6

78.3

783

812

835

832

833

803

763

76.8

803

Personal tax and nontax receipts .
Income taxes
Estate and gift taxes
Nontaxes

2
3
4
5

30.0
29.0
1.0
.1

30.9
30.0
3
0

31.9
30.9
.9
.1

32.9
317
1.1
.1

33.8
326
1.1
.1

35.0
33.5
1.4
.1

35.5
34.1
1.3
.1

36.4
35.1
1.3
0

37.0
35.7
1.3
0

37.6
36.0
1.6
0

37.8
36.2
1.5
0

372
35.8
1.3
0

365
35.1
1.4
0

36.0
34.6
1.3
0

37.1
35.8
1.3
0

Corporate profits tax accruals .
Federal Reserve banks
Other

6
7
8

20.4
.2
202

20.7
.2
20.4

212
.3
20.9

22.0
.3
21.7

21.0
.4
20.6

21.4
.4
21.0

20.1
.4
19.7

212
.4
20.8

21.7
.5
21.3

20.8
.5
20.3

20.4
.6
19.8

18.6
.6
18.0

16.0
.6
15.4

16.3
.6
15.8

18.4
.5
17.9

Indirect business tax and nontax accruals .
Excise taxes
Customs duties
Nontaxes

9
10
11
12

10.3

10.8

10.9

10.9

10.9

10.9

11.4

12.0

11.9

11.9

12.0

11.6

11.4

11.6

11.4

Receipts..

13

9.5

9.7

10 2

102

10.9

11.0

11.3

11.6

12.8

12.9

13.1

12.9

12.9

12.9

13.4

Expenditures

14

683

68 2

70 A

685

69.0

72.3

726

755

783

795

80.1

832

823

875

902

Purchases
National defense
Nondefense

15
16
17

46.1
39.1
6.9

46 2
38.6
7.5

47.1
39.7
75

45.5
38.5
7.0

45.7
38.8
6.8

48.0
40.8
7.1

472
40.8
6.4

492
42.4
6.8

51.4
43.8
7.6

50.8
44.4
6.3

51.4
45.2
62

52.8
44.9
7.8

51.5
45.1
6.4

54.2
46.1
8.1

54.3
46.6
7.7

Transfer payments (net)
To persons
To rest of the world (net)

18
19
20

14.8
12 2
2.6

14.3
12.3
2.0

14.4
125
1.9

14.4
12.6
1.8

14.8
13.0
1.8

152
13.2
2.0

15.5
13.6
1.9

15.7
13.8
2.0

16.3
145
1.7

17.8
15.7
2.1

17.6
15.8
1.7

18.8
17.0
1.8

19.9
182
1.7

21.8
20.0
13

22.3
20.4
1.9

Contributions for social insurance .

Grants-in-aid to State and local governments .

21

3.0

3.1

3.3

32

3.1

3.3

3.5

3.5

4.2

4.0

4.2

4.5

4.8

5.6

5.4

Net interest paid
Interest paid .
To persons and business .
To rest of the world (net) .
Less: Interest received by government

22
23
24
25
26

45

45

4.6

43

4.8

5.0

5.1

5.5

5.3

5.5

5.6

5.8

52

5.0

52

.1

.1

A

*.i

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

.1

'.1

Subsides less current surplus of government
enterprises.
Subsidies .
Less: Current surplus of government enterprises .,

27

1.3

1.4

1.6

1.8

28
29

Less: Wage accruals less dsbursements

30
31

Surplus or deficit (-), national Income and
product accounts.
Social insurance funds
Other

.1

;;

.6

.7

.4

.1

5

-.6

0

0

0

0

0

15

33

33

75

7.6

63

53

5.7

.7

.6

1.3

1.0

1.6

1.4

0

0

0

4.7

1.6

3.7

3.1

1.6

.6

-1.3

-10.8

-9.9

-.4
-4.9

32
33

1. Includes the following taxes (in millions of dollars) not shown separately: dividends tax: 1933, 35; 1934, 15;
automobile use tax: 1942,121; 1943, 77; 1944, 74; 1945, 81; and 1946,1.

.6
-5.4

-2.6
-8.1

-2.3
-7.7

0
-23

2. Includes capital stock tax (in millions of dollars) not shown separately: 1933, 80; 1934, 92; 1935, 95; 1936,
138; 1937,139; 1938,127; 1939, 133; 1940,167; 1941, 282; 1942, 329; 1943, 381; 1944, 372; and 1945, 353.

Table 3.3.—State and Local Government Receipts and Expenditures: Annual, 1929-58, and Quarterly, 1946-58
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
Line •

1930

1931

1932

1934

1933

1935

1937

1936

1938

1939

1942

1941

1940

1

73

75

7A

73

63

83

83

8A

83

9.1

9A

9.7

10.1

10.3

Personal tax and nontax receipts .
Income taxes
Nontaxes
Other.

2
3
4
5

1.1
.1
.3
.6

1.0
.1
.3
.6

.9
.1
2
.6

.8
.1
2
.5

.7
.1
2
5

.7
.1
2
.5

.8
.1
2
.5

.9
.2
2
.5

.9
2
2
S

1.0
2
2
.6

.9
2
2
.6

1.0
2
2
.6

1.0
.3
2
.6

1.0
3
2
5

Corporate profits tax accruals .

6

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

2

2

.1

2

2

.3

.4

Indirect business tax and nontax accruals .
Sales taxes .
Property taxes .
Other '

7
8
9
10

5.9
.4
45
.9

62
5
4.7
.9

6.0
.6
4.5
.9

5.9
.6
4.4
.9

55
.7
4.0
.8

5.7
. 3
3.9
.8

6.0
12
4.0
.9

6.4
1.4
4.1
1.0

6.8
15
42
1.1

7.0
1.6
4.3
1.1

7.1
1.7
4.3
1.1

7.4
13
4.4
12

7.8
21
4.4
12

oo^n

Receipts.

1929

Contributions for social insurance .

11

.1

.1

.1

2

2

.2

2

2

2

2

.3

.3

.3

.3

Federal grants-in-aid

12

.1

.1

3

.1

.5

1.6

1.7

.7

.8

.8

1.0

.9

3

.9

13

75

8.1

82

73

73

73

83

73

82

8.7

9A

9.1

8.8

83

14
15
16

7.1
3.5
3.7

7.6
3.6
4.0

7.5
3.7
3.8

6.4
3.6
29

5.9
35
2.3

6.6
3.9
2.8

6.9
4.2
2.8

6.9
3.7
32

7.1
3.9
32

7.4
4.1
3.3

8.1
42
3.9

7.8
4.3
3.5

7.7
4.4
3.4

7.6
45
3.1

Transfer payments to persons .

17

2

.3

.3

5

3

1.0

12

.9

1.0

12

1.3

1.3

12

12

Net interest paid
Interest paid .
Less: Interest received by government1

18
19
20

.4

5

.5

.6

.6

.6

5

.5

.5

5

5

.5

.4

.4

Less: Dividends received by government1

21

Subsidies less current surplus of government
enterprises.
Subsidies..
Less: Current surplus of government enterprises

22

-2

-.6

-.6

23
24

*"*2

25

0

26
27
28

Expenditures
Purchases .
Compensation of employees..
Other

Less: Wage accruals less disbursements

Surplus or deficit (-), national income and
product accowits.
Social insurance funds
Oiher .....

..




...

..............

-2

-2

-2

0

0

0

0

-2

-3

-3

-3

-.1

5

.6

5

.7

A

0

.1
-3

.1
-.7

.1
-.8

.1
-.4

.1
-2

.1
.4

.1
5

.1
.4

.1
.6

.1
2

.1
-.1

2

2

-2

2

-.3

3
0

-.3

-.4

.3
0

-.4

.4
0

-.4

.4

.4
0

0

-.4

**"•
*••
-5

.4
0

.6

.6

5
0

0

3

13

13

2
.5

2
1.1

2
1.6

0

Table 3.3.-State and Local Government Receipts and Expenditures: Annual, 1929-58, and Quarterly, 1946-58-Continued
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
Line

Receipts

1944

1945

1946

1947

1948

1949

1950

1952

1951

1954

1953

1955

1956

1957

1958

1

11.3

12.7

15.1

173

19.0

20.8

223

243

263

28.4

30.9

34,1

37.4

40.7

2
3
4
5

Personal tax and nontax receipts
Income taxes
Nontaxes
Other

103
1.1
.4
.2
.5

12
.4
2
.6

12
.4
2
.6

1.4
5
2
.7

1.6
.6
.3
.8

1.9
.7
.4
.8

2.0
.8
.4
.9

2.3
.9
.4
1.0

25
1.0
.4
1.1

2.6
1.0
.4
1.1

2.8
1.1
.5
1.2

3.2
1.3
.5
1.3

3.6
1.6
.6
1.4

3.9
1.7
.6
1.5

4.1
13
.6
1.6

Caporate profits tax accruals

6

5

.5

.5

.6

.7

.6

.8

.9

.8

.8

.8

1.0

1.0

1.0

1.0

Indirect business tax and nontax accruals
Sales taxes
Property taxes
Other

7
8
9
10

8.0
2.0
4.6
1.4

8.4
2.3
4.6
1.5

9.3
2.9
4.8
1.6

10.7
3.5
5.3
1.8

122
4.1
5.9
2.1

13.3
4.3
6.6
2.3

14.6
4.8
7.1
2.6

153
5.4
7.7
2.9

17.4
5.8
8.4
32

188
63
9.1
3.5

19.9
6.5
9.7
3.8

21.6
7.1
10.4
4.0

23.8
8.0
11.5
4.4

25.7
8.6
12.6
4.5

272
10.0
13.8
3.4

Contributions for social insurance

11

.4

.4

.6

.7

.8

.9

1.1

1.4

1.6

1.7

2.0

2.1

2.3

2.6

2.8

Federal grants-in-aid

12

.9

.9

1.1

1.7

2.0

22

2.3

2.5

2.6

2.8

2.9

3.1

3.3

4.2

5.6

Expenditures

13

82

8.7

103

14.1

172

19.7

220

23.4

243

26.7

295

322

35.0

38.8

43.0

Purchases
Compensation of employees
Other

14
15
16

7.4
4.9
24

7.9
5.4
2.5

9.6
62
3.5

12.4
7.3
5.1

14.8
8.5
6.3

17.5
9.4
8.1

19.3
10.1
9.1

21.3
11.2
10.1

22.6
12.3
10.3

24.2
13.3
10.9

27.0
14.7
12.3

29.6
15.8
13.7

32.3
17.6
14.7

35.8
19.6
162

39.5
21.6
17.9

Transfer payments to persons

17

12

1.3

1.7

23

3.0

3.0

3.6

3.1

3.5

3.6

3.8

4.0

42

4.6

5.1

Net interest paid
interest paid
Less: Interest received by government1

18
19
20

.3

.3

2
.6
.4

.1
.6
.4

.5

.1

.1
.6
.6

0

0

0

.1

.5

.1
.6
'3

.1
1.2
1.1

.1
1 4
13

.1
1.6
1.4

Less: Dividends received by government1 .....

21

Subsides less current surplus of government
enterprises.
Subsidies
Less: Current surplus of government enterprises

-.8

-.8

-.9

-1.6

23
24

Less: Wage accruals less disbursements

25

0

0

0

0

26

2.7

2.6

13

1.0

27
28

2
25

2
2.3

.3
15

.4
.6

Surplus or deficit (-), national income and
product accounts.
Social insurance funds
Other

22

-.7

-.7

-.8

7

J

.8

.8

.7

.8

.9
.9

-.9

-1.0

-1.1

-12

-1.3

-1.5

.9

.9

.8

,7

.1
1.1
13

.7

.7

8

-1.7

-1.7

1.0

1.1

12

1.3

15

1.6

1.7

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

.1

-.7

-12

-.4

-.1

.1

-1.1

-13

-1.4

-2.4

-.4

.6
-1.3

.7
-1.9

.9
-1.3

1.0
-1.1

1.1
-1.0

1.3
-2.4

1.3
-2.6

1.7
-3.0

1.8
-4,1

0

1949

1948

1947

1946

1.5
-2.4

1.7

1950

Line
II

1
Receipts

IV

Ill

1

1
1

III

14.9

153

1.4

1.4

11.9

Personal tax and nontax receipts
Income taxes
Nontaxes
Other

..

2
3
4
5

123

13.1

135

143

12

12

1.2

12

1.4

I

II

11
1

153

165

17.1

17.6

1.5

1.6

1.6

1.6

IV

IV

1

ll

III

173

18.4

135

19.4

1.7

1.9

1.9

1.9

1

1
1

195

20.0

205

1.9

2.0

2.0

IV

Corporate profits tax accruals

6

.3

.4

.5

.6

.6

.6

.6

.6

.7

.7

.7

.7

.7

.6

.6

.6

.6

.7

Indirect business tax and nontax accruals
Sales taxes
Property t a x e T Z Z Z ™ ! I Z Z ! Z Z ! Z Z ! " " I "
Other

7
B
9
10

8.9

92

9.5

9.7

10.0

10.4

10.8

11.3

11.7

12.0

12.4

126

12.9

132

13.5

13.8

14.0

14.3

Contributions for social insurance

11

.5

.6

.6

.6

.7

.7

.7

.7

.8

.8

.9

.9

.9

.9

1.0

1.0

1.0

1.1

Federal grants-in-aid

12

1.0

.9

12

1.4

1.6

1.8

1.8

1.8

1.8

1.9

2.1

22

2.1

20

2.5

2.3

2.4

2.4

13

93

102

112

12.1

13.0

13.6

145

15.1

162

16.9

17.6

173

185

19.4

20.3

20.7

21.4

222

14
15
16

8.7
5.8
2.9

92
6.0
32

9.9
6.3
3.7

10.8
6.7
4.1

11.7
7.0
4.7

12.1
72
4.9

12.6
7.4
52

13.3
7.8
5.5

13.7
8.0
5.7

14.4
8.3
62

15.3
8.7
6.6

15.9
9.1
6.9

16.5
92
7.3

172
9.3
7.9

18.0
9.6
8.4

18.3
9.7
8.6

18.6
9.8
8.8

19.0
10.0
9.0

1.6

1.6

1.9

1.8

1.9

22

2.6

2.6

3.1

3.1

3.0

2.7

23

2.9

3.0

32

3.5

4.1

2

2

2

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

-.7

-.7

-.7

-.7

-.8

-3

-.8

-.8

-.8

-.8

-.8

-.8

-.8

-.8

-.9

-.9

-.9

-.9

Expenditures
Purchases
Compensation of employees

Z."

Transfer payments to persons
Net interest paid...
Interest paid
ZZ....ZZZZZZ..
Less: Interest r e c e i v ^ b y ' ^ e ^
L«ss: Dividends received by goverrvnent1
S l i c e s less current surplus of government
enterprises.
Subsidies
Less: Current surplus of government enterprises
Less: Wage accruals less disbursements

Swplus or deficit B national income and
product accounts.
Steal insurance funds
Other
Seefeotnote(s)at end of table.




18
19

*

20
21

22
23
24

"7

J

25

0

0

26

21

21

27
28

".7

.7

3

3

.8

0

0

0

0

13

15

13

13

0
.7

3
0
3

.8
0
A

.8

.9

3

3

3

"3
0

0
2

0

0

0

0

0

0

-.1

-.8

-3

.9

.9

.9

0

0

0

-12

-1.4

-1.7

Table 3.3.—State and Local Government Receipts and Expenditures: Annual, 1929-58, and Quarterly, 1946-58—Continued
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
1954

1953

1952

1951

1950
Une
IV

III

III

II

1

IV

II

I

IV

III

II

1

IV

1

Nontaxes
Other
Corporate profits tax accruals

—

213

215

22.6

225

229

23.6

24.0

24.5

25 2

25.8

25.7

27.2

2
3
4
5

Receipts
Personal tax and nontax receipts

2.0

2.1

22

2.3

2.3

2.3

2.4

25

2.5

25

2.6

2.6

2.6

Other

273
23

III

IV

28.1

283

293

2.8

2.9

2.9

............
.9

1.0

.9

.8

.8

.8

.8

.8

.9

.9

.9

.8

.7

.7

.7

.8

a

15.0

15.6

15.6

16.0

16.4

16.7

172

17.6

18.1

18.4

18.7

19.0

19.3

19.5

19.7

20.0

20.4

2.0

3

6
7
8
g
10

Indirect business tax and nontax accruals

II

2.7

27.1

1

273

III

14.9

Contributions for social insurance

11

12

12

1.3

1.3

1.4

1.4

15

1.5

1.6

1.6

1.6

1.7

1.7

1.8

1.9

1.9

2.0

Federal grants-in-aid

12

2.3

22

25

2.5

2.4

2.6

2.5

25

2.8

2.8

ZZ

3.4

2.8

2.9

2.9

2.8

3.0

13

22.1

22.4

22.7

233

23.7

233

243

252

243

255

26 2

26 2

263

27.4

28.4

29.1

30.1

m

14
15
16

19.5
10.3
92

20.0
10.5
9.6

20.4
10.7
9.7

21.1
10.9
102

21.6
11.3
10.3

21.9
11.6
102

22.0
11.8
10.1

22.7
12.0
10.7

225
12.4
10.1

23.1
12.7
10.3

23.8
13.0
10.8

23.7
13.2
105

24.4
13.4
11.0

25.0
13.7
11.3

26.0
14.1
11.9

26.6
14.5
121

27.6
15.0
12.6

27.6
15.2
12.6

Transfer payments to persons

17

3.4

3.3

32

3.1

3.1

3.1

3.4

35

3.4

3.5

35

3.6

3.7

3.6

3.7

3.7

3.8

3.9

Net interest paid
Interest paid
.........
Less: Interest received by government1

18
19
20

.1

.1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

.1

.1

.1

-1.0

-1.0

-1.0

-1.1

-1.1

-1.1

-1.1

-1.1

-1.1

-12

-12

-12

-1.3

-1.3

-1.3

-1.4

Expenditures
Purchases
Compensation of employees
Other

...

2.9

Less: Dividends received by government1

21

Subsidies less current surplus of government
enterprises.
Subsidies
Less: Current surplus of government enterprises

23
24

i"i

i7i

"ft

1.1

i'.i

1*1

12

12

i"i

13

1.3

13

14

Less: Wage accruals less disbursements

25

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

26

-.8

-3

0

-.6

-3

-3

-3

-.7

-5

1.0

-.1

-.6

-13

-15

-U

1

II

22

Surplus or deficit (-), national Income and
product accounts.
Social insurance funds
Other

....

-.9

-3

............
.9

............
i"b

3

4

A

2

27
28

1955

1956

1957

1958

Une
II

1

II!

I

IV

II

IV

11
1

IV

III

II

I

t

Receipts
Personal tax and nontax receipts
Income taxes
Nontaxes
Other

IV

11
1

„....

293

304

314

313

32.8

33.7

343

352

36.7

37.0

37.7

38.1

383

40.1

40.7

433

2
3
4
5

3.1

3.1

32

32

35

3.5

3.6

3.6

3.8

3.9

3.9

3.9

4.1
13
.7
1.6

4.1
13
.6
1.6

41
1.8
.6
1.6

4.1
ii
.6
1.6

.....

Corporate profits tax accruals

6

.9

.9

1.0

1.0

1.0

1.1

1.0

1.1

1.1

1.0

1.0

A
.y

.9

.9

1.0

12

Indirect business tax and nontax accruals ....
Sales taxes
. .
Property taxes
Other

7
8
9
10

20.8

212

213

22.4

23.0

23.6

24.1

24.6

25.1

25.6

25.9

26.1

-

.............

26.4
9.8
13.4
3.3

26.8
9.8
135
3.3

27.4
10.0
13.9
35

28.1
10.3
142
3.6

Contributions for social insurance

11

2.0

2.1

2.1

2.1

22

2.3

24

2.4

2.5

2.6

2.6

2.7

2.7

2.8

2.8

2.9

Federal grants-in-aid

12

3.0

3.1

33

32

3.1

3.3

3.5

35

42

4.0

42

45

43

5.6

5.4

63

13

315

323

323

323

333

34.6

353

36.1

375

383

39.1

402

415

425

435

443

14
15
16

283
15.4
135

29.4
15.7
13.7

29.7
15.9
133

302
16.4
13.9

31.2
16.9
14.4

320
173
14.7

327
17.9
14.8

33.4
18.4
15.0

34.6
18.8
15.8

35.4
19.3
16.1

36.1
19.8
16.3

37.0
20.3
16.7

38.1
20.8
172

39.0
21.4
17.6

40.0
213
182

403
222
18.7

Transfer payments to persons

17

3.9

4.0

4.0

4.0

4.1

4.1

42

4.3

4.4

4.5

4.7

4.8

5.0

5,1

5.1

5.3

Net interest paid
Interest paid
Less: Interest received by government1

18
19
20

.1

.1

.1

j

.1
....

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1
1.5
1.4

.1
1.3
12

2
1.6
1.4

2
13
1.7

-1.7

-1.7

-1.7

-1.7

-1.7

-1.7

-1.7

-1.8

-13

T8

Expenditures
Purchases
Compensation of employees
Other

Less: Dividends received by government1

«...

......

<
1

21

Subsidies less current surplus of government
enterprises.
Subsidies
Less: Current surplus of government enterprises

22

-1.4

-15

-1.6

-1.6

-1.6

-1.6

23
24

i"4

15

15

i.6

1.6

1.6

1.7

1.7

1.7

1.7

1.7

1.7

17

1.7

1.8

Less: Wage accruals less disbursements

25

o

o

o

o

o

o

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

26

-1.7

-1.6

-1.0

-3

-1.0

-3

-.7

-3

-.7

-13

-14

-21

-23

-2.4

-23

-13

1.7
-4.3

1.6
-4.0

1.8
-4.7

1.9
-3.5

Surplus or deficit (-)> national Income and
product accounts.
Social insurance funds
Other

27
28

1. Prior to 1968. dividends received is included in interest received (line 20).




-1.7

*

Table 3.4.—Personal Tax and Nontax Receipts
[Billions of dollars]
Line

1929

1930

1931

1932

1934

1933

1935

1936

1937

1938

1940

1939

1941

1943

1942

1

25

2.1

15

1.1

12

13

15

2.0

2.7

25

22

25

35

5.7

17.6

2

15

1.1

.6

3

5

.6

5

1.1

1.7

1.6

12

1.4

25

4.7

165

Income taxes
Withheld
Declarations and settlements
Less: Refunds

3
4
5
6

12

1.0

5

3

.4

.4

.6

.7

1.3

12

.9

1.0

15

45

155

Estate and gift taxes
Nontaxes2

7
8

.1
0

.1
0

.1
0

.1
0

.1
0

5

5
.1

9

1.1

1.0

5

5

.7

.7

A

5

5

15

5

15

15

15

1.1

.1

.1

.1

.1
.1

.1
.1

.1
.1

.1
.1

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

.1

.1

.1

.1

2

.1

.3
.1

.3
.1

2

2

5
.1

2

2

2

2

.1
0

.1
0

2

.1
0

.1
.1

.1
.1

.1
.1

.1
.1

.1
.1

.1
.1

.1
.1

.1
.1

.1
.1

.1
.1

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

Personal tax and nontax receipts
Federal1

State and local
Income taxes
Estate and gift taxes
Motor vehicle licenses
Properly taxes
Other taxes3

10
11
12
13
14

Nomaxes
Fines
Other4

15
16
17

Line

2
2
.1
0

2
2
2
0

1944

2
2

3

.3

1945

0
0

1946

1947

1949

1948

2
0

.4
0

1950

1951

.4

.4
0

0

1952

.4
0

1954

1953

5
0

.4
0

0

1955

1957

1956

1958

1

185

20.6

18A

21.1

20.6

185

20.1

28.4

335

345

315

345

38.7

41.3

405

2

175

194

172

195

19.0

16.1

18.1

26.1

31.0

325

295

314

355

37.4

36.8

Income taxes
Withheld
Declarations and settlements
Less: Refunds

3
4
5
6

165

18.5

16.3
9.3
8.7
1.6

185
11.1
9.3
1.7

18.1
10.6
95
15

15.4
9.9
75
2.4

17.4
11.7
7.4
t.7

25.4
16.8
10.4
15

30.1
205
115
2.1

31.3
22.7

28.0
20.4
105
25

30.4
22.7
10.8
3.1

33.8
25.4
11.7
35

35.9
27.3
12.1
35

35.4
27 8
11.5
3.9

Estate and gift taxes
Nontaxes2

7
8

.6
.1

.7
.1

5
0

.9
0

.7
0

.6
0

.7
0

.8
.1

.9
.1

5
.1

1.0
.1

15
.1

1.4
0

1.3
0

25

25

25

35

35

35

4.1

1.0

1.0

15
.4
.8
.3

Personal tax and nontax receipts
Federal'

State and local

.7
.1

1.1

15

15

1A

15

15

25

25

Income taxes
Estate and gift taxes
Motor vehicle licenses
Property taxes
Other taxes3

10
11
12
13
14

.4
.1

.4
.1

.4

5

.6

.7

5

.9

2

2

2

2

.3

.4

.1
.1

2

2

2
A
2

Nontaxes
Fines
Other4

15
16
17

2

9

.1
.1

2
2
2

2
3
2

2
3
2

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

2

2

2

5

.4

.4

1. Includes the following taxes (in millions of dollars) not shown separately: dividends tax: 1933. 35; 1934, 15;
automobile use tax: 1942,121; 1943, 77; 1944, 74; 1945,81; and 1946,1.
2. Consists largely of fines and immigration fees.
3. Consists largely of hunting, fishing, and other personal licenses.
4. Consists largely of donations and unclaimed bank deposits.




112
2.6

2

2
5
.3
.1

1.1
.3
5
.3
.1

15
.3
.6
.3
.1

1.6
5
.7
.3
.1

1.7
.4
.7
.3

.1

.5
.3
.1

.4

.4

.4

5

5

.6

.6

2

2
.6

Table 3.5.—Indirect Business Tax and Nontax Accruals
[Billions of dollars]
1934

1933

1932

1931

1938

1937

1936

1935

1941

1940

1939

1942

1943

7.1

2
3
4
5
6
7

•

72

6.9

64

7.1

75

82

8.7

92

92

9A

10.1

11.4

114

12

Indirect business tax and nontax accruals .. 1
Fttteral 1

1930

1929

Line

14

4

4

15

22

22

25

2.4

25

2.4

2.7

3.6

4.1

5.0

.6
0
.4

.5
0
.4

5
0
.4

.6
0
.4

1.2
.1
.4

15
.4
5

1.7
5
.5

1.7
.6
.5

15
.6
.6

1.7
.6
.6

1.8
.6
.6

2.1
.7
.6

2.8
.9
.7

3.4
12
.9

4.1
1.5
1.0
1.6

124

Outer Continental Shelf royalties
flonrwit inaifsnfifl tyaminrns
Other 2

.1

2

.7

.9

.8

.6

.6

.6

.6

.7

1.1

1.3

.5

.4

2

.3

.3

.4

.4

5

.3

.3

.3

.4

.3

.4

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

2

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

o"

0

0

0

o"

0

0

0

.1

.1

.1

7.8

7.8

75

13

State and local
Sales taxes ..
.
State
General3
Gasoline
Liquor3
Tobacco1
Public utilities4
Insurance receipts4
Other4
Local . .
General
».
Public utilities
Other

.1

.6

9
10
11
12

..........

.1

8

Other

«...

....

...........

... ..

...................

..:

Property taxes
Mnlnr unhid A lifAfttflS
Severance taxes3
Other taxes6
-

62

6.0

54

55

5.7

64

6.4

65

74

7.1

14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26

.4
.4

5
.5

.6
5
0
JS
0
0

.6
.6
0
5
0
0

.7
.6
.1
.5
0
0

.9
.9
2
.6
.1
0

12
1.1
.3
.6
.1
0

1.4
1.3
.4
.7
2
0

15
1.4
.4
.7
2
.1

1.6
1.5
.4
.8
2
.1

1.7
1.5
.5
.8
2
.1

1.8
1.7
.5
.9
2
.1

2.1
1.9
.6
1.0
.2
.1

2.0
1.9
.6
.9
.3
.1

2.0
1.8
.7
.7
3
2

0

o"

0

.1

.1

"i

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

4.1
.1

42
.1

4.3
2

4.3
2

4.4
.2

4.4
2

4.4
2

45
2

...
5

Q"

..........

„..,..

.....

4.5
.1

31
32
33
34
35

.......
4.7
.1

45
.1

..............

i

4.4
.1

4.0
.1

3.9
.1

4.0
.1

.5

5

Line

o"

..............

27
28
29
30

........

Nontaxes
Rents and royalties
Special assessments
Fines
Other7

54

7A

5

.4

.4

]4

5

.6

.6

5

.7

.7

.8

5

.3

.3

5

.3

.3

.3

.3

.3

.3

.4

.4

.4

.4

.3

..............
.....
1944

1945

1947

1946

1948

1949

1950

1951

1954

1953

1952

1958

1957

1956

1955

142

15.6

172

185

205

215

235

255

275

29.8

29.7

325

35.1

37.6

38.7

2

65

72

74

74

8.1

82

84

9A

10.4

11.0

95

10.7

11.3

11.9

115

Excise taxes
Liquor
Tobago
Windfall profit tax
Other

3
4
5
6
7

52
2.1
.9

62
2.3
1.0

72
2.6
12

72
2.3
1.3

7.4
2.1
1.3

75
22
1.3

82
2.4
1.3

8.6
2.4
1.4

9.6
2.7
1.7

102
2.8
1.6

9.0
2.6
15

9.8
2.8
1.6

10.3
3.0
1.6

10.8
2.8
1.7

10.4
2.9
15

22

""""25

3.3

3.7

4.0

4.0

4.5

45

52

5.8

4.8

5.4

5.6

62

5.7

Customs duties

8

.4

.4

5

.4

.4

.4

5

.6

.6

.6

.5

.7

.7

.8

5

Nontaxes
Outer Continental Shelf royalties
Deposit insurance premiums
Other2

9
10
11
12

.3

.3

2

.3

.3

.3

2

2

2

2

2

5

.3

.3

5

.1

!l

"l

!t

.1

A

A

A

A

.1

A

.1

A

.1

.1

13

84

8.4

95

10.7

122

135

14.6

154

17A

18.8

194

21.6

234

25.7

272

14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26

2.0
1.9
5
.7
5
2

25
2A
5
.8
.4
2

2.9
2.7
1.1
1.0
.4
2

3.5
32
1.3
12
.4
.3

4.1
3.7
1.6
1.3
.4
.4

4.3
3.9
1.6
15
.4
.4

4.8
4.3
15
1.6
.4
.4

5.4
45
2.1
1.8
5
.4

5.8
52
2.3
2.0
.4
5

6.3
5.5
2.5
2.1
.5
.5

65
55
2.6
2.3
.5
.5

7.1
6.3
2.8
25
.5
5

8.0
7.1
32
2.8
.6
.5

8.6
7.6
3.5
2.9
.6
.6

.3

A

5

5

.6

.6

.7

.7

5

.9

1.0

10.0
8.9
3.5
3.0
.6
.6
.3
.5
.4
1.1

'"

""""

Indirect business tax and nontax accruals .. 1
Federal1

.....

State and local
Sales taxes
State
General3
Gasoline
Liquor3
Tobacco 3
Public utilities4
Insurance receipts4 Other4
Local
General
Public utilities
Other
Property toes
Motor vehicle licenses ..
Severance
toes3
Other taxes6 Nontaxes
Rents and royalties
Special assessments —
Fines
Other7

..

—

-

~A

2

..............

27
28
29
30

4.6
2

31
32
33
34
35

4.6
2

45
2

5.3
5

5.9
.3

6.6
.4

5

4

1.0

12

15

.4

5

.4

.4

5

1. Includes capital stock tax (in millions of dollars) not shown separately: 1933, 80; 1934, 92; 1935, 95; 1936,
138; 1937,139; 1938,127; 1939,133; 1940,167; 1941,282; 1942, 329; 1943, 381; 1944, 372; and 1945, 353.
2. Consistsi largely of fines, fees, and royalties other than Outer Continental Shelf.
3. For 1929 and 1930, included in line 30.




7.1
.4

.6

7.7
5

8.4
.5

9.1
.6

9.7
.6

10.4
5

11.5
.7

12.6
.7

15

1.5

.4

.....
13.8
.7

2.0

22

2.3

2.5

2.8

2.9

1.7

5

.7

.7

,g

.9

.9

1.0

1.1

*

4.
5.
6.
7.

Prior to 1958, included in line 30
Prior to 1959, included in line 3o!
Consists largely of business licenses and documentary and stamp taxes. Also, see footnotes 3,4, and 5.
Consists largely of donations.

Table 3.6.—Contributions for Social Insurance
[Billions of dollars]

Line

1929

Contributions for social insurance .

1930

1931

1932

1933

1934

1935

1937

1936

1938

1941

1940

1943

1942

5

5

5

5

A

.7

15

25

22

2.4

25

35

45

.1

2

2

2

2

2

5

15

15

1.6

1.7

25

2.4

27

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

.3

15

1.3

15

15

19

22

25

.3

.3

5

.4

5

.6

,3

Federal social insurance funds

5

.1

Employer contributions

.3

.3

,3

,4

.5

.6

.7
.6
.1

g

1.0
.8
.1
o

1.0
5
.1
.1

12
15
.1
.1

1.3
1.1

15
12

.1
.1
.1

.2
.1
.1

2
.1
.1

Old-age, survivors, disability, and hospital
insurance.
Old-age, survivors, and disability insurance .
Hospital insurance
Unemployment insurance
State tax.
Federal tax
Railroad employees
Federal employees

o
0

Federal employee retirement
Military

1939

5

Z

.1
0
0

Railroad retirement
Pension benefit guaranty
Veterans life insurance .
Workers' compensation

.1
0
0

0

I!

R

2
2

o
0

.1
0
0

.1
0
0

.1
0
0

.1
0
0

.1
0
0

.1
0
.1

"o"

o"

o"

R

o"

o"

.1
.1
.1

5

.1

.1
.1
.1

.1
0

.1
0"

.1
0

.1
0

2

2

.1

.1

2
A
A

.1
.1

.1
o'"

2

.1
0

.1
0

Military medical insurance1
.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

2

2

2

2

2

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

2

2

2

2

2

.1

.1

2

2

2

2

2

2

5

5

.6

.7

5

12

15

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

5
.3

5
5

5
.3

5
.3

.7

1.0

1.7
.6

.3
.3

State and local employee retirement
Temporary disability insurance

.1

.1

State and local social insurance funds

.3
5

.3
.3

.3
5

.4

.5
.5

.6
.6

o"
0
.1
.1

o"
0
.1
.1

0
.1
.1
.1

.1
.1
.1
.1

.1

2

.1
.3
.1
.6

.1
.1

.1
.1

.1
.1

.1
.1

.1
.1
0

.1
.1
0

105

125

135

65

65

7.7

45

5.5

6.3

25

28

3.0

25

25

3.0

1.6
15
.3
0
.1

1.9
1.4
.3
.1
.1

Workers' compensation

Personal contributions
Federal social insurance funds .
Old-age, survivors, disability, and hospital
insurance.
Employees
OW-age, survivors, and disability insurance ..
Hospital insurance
Self-employed
Supplementary medical insurance
„.
State unemployment insurance
Federal civilian employee retirement
Railroad retirement
Veterans life Insurance

0

"i

o"
~r;

0

State and local social insurance funds
State and local employee retirement
Temporary disability insurance

.1
.1

0

Line

1944

0
...

1945

.1

.1

.1

'.i

.1
.1

.1
.1

1946

A

o*
0
.1
.1

.i
.1

.1
.1

.1
.1

.1
.1

.1
.1

0

1947

Contributions for social insurance
Employer contributions
Federal social insurance funds
Old-age, survivors, disability, and hospital
insurance.
Old-age, survivors, and disability insurance ......
Hospital insurance
Unemployment insurance
State tax
Federal tax .
Railroad employees
Federal employees ....
Federal employee retirement
Civilian
Military
Railroad retirement
Pension benefit guaranty .
Veterans life insurance .
Workers' compensation.,
Military medical insurance1
State and local social insurance funds
State and local employee retirement
Temporary disability insurance
Workers' compensation

P«*onaI contributions
Federal social insurance funds
Old-age, survivors, disability, and hospital
insurance.
Employees
Old-age, survivors, and disability insurance ..
Hospital insurance'.
_ Self-employed ....
Supplementary medical insurance".
State unemployment insurance .
Federal civilian employee retirement
Railroad retirement
Veterans life insurance ...„
State and local social instance funds
State and focal employee retirement
Temporal disability insurance
1
- Consists of payments for medical services tor dependents of active duty military personnel tor medical care
at nonmilitaiy facilities.




0

0

1949

o*
0

0

1950

1951

1952

1953

1954

.4

.4

1955

.9
.4
5

J5

2
.1

Table 3.7A.—Government Purchases by Type: Annual, 1929-58, and Quarterly, 1947-58
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
Line

1935

1939

1938

1937

1936

1941

1940

1942

12.7

135

133

24.8

59.5

State and local

-

8.6

92

92

8.1

7.9

9.7

10.0

121

11.7

15

15

1.7

1.6

2.1

33

3.0

52

4.7

52

55

6.0

17.1

52 3

81.7

3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14

0
.1
0
.1
1.1
.9

.1
2
0
2
12
.9

.1
.1
0
.1
12
1.0

.1
.1
0
.1
1.1
.9

.1
2
0
2
15
1.2

.3
2
0
2
2.1
1.7

.4
.1
0
.1
2.0
13

,4
2
0
2
3.9
3.6

.3
.3
0
.3
3.4
3.1

.4
.3
.3
3.9
3.6

.4
.6
.3
2
3.9
3.5

.6
.5
.3
2
4.1
3.5

5.8
.9
2
.7
6.9
5.1

22.0
62
.6
5.6
14.9
10.7

42.8
9.0
-.4
9.4
24.6
21.0

2
2

2
2

2
.3

2
.3

3
.3

.3
.4

2
.5

'.3
.6

3
.7

.4
.6

.5
.5

.5
.8

1.9
3.4

42
9.0

3.6
5.3

15

Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Commodity Credit Corporation inventory change ..
Other nondurables
Services
Compensation of employees
National defense
.
Military
Civilian
Nondefense
Other services
Structures

7.1

7.6

75

6.4

53

6.6

63

6.9

7.1

7A

8.1

73

7.7

7.6

73

16
17
18
19
20
21

.3
.5
3.9
35
.5
2.4

.3
.6
4.1
3.6
.5
2.6

.3
.6
42
3.7
5
24

2
.6
4.0
3.6
5
1.5

2
.6
4.0
3.5
.5
1.1

2
.8
4.5
3.9
.6
12

2
3
4.8
42
.7
1.1

2
.7
4.3
3.7
.6
1.7

.3
.7
45
3.9
.6
1.6

.3
.8
4.8
4.1
.6
1.6

.3
3
4.8
42
.7
22

.3
.8
5.0
4.3
.7
1.8

2
.9
52
4.4
.8
1.5

2
1.0
5.3
4.5
.9
1.1

.1
1.0
55
4.7
.8
.7

Line
Government purchases
Federal
Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Commodity Credit Corporation inventory change ..
Other nondurables
Services
Compensation of employees
National defense ..
Military
Civilian
Nondefense
Other services
Structures

State and local
Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Services
Compensation of employees
Other services
Structures

•

1944

1945

1947

1946

1949

1948

1950

0

1954

1953

1952

1951

1956

1955

1

963

813

292

262

ZU

335

395

602

743

813

763

75.8

79.8

2

895

75.4

19.6

133

165

21.0

202

393

524

56.8

493

462

475

3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14

45.3
11.0
.5
10.4
30.9
27.3

33.0
75
-.4
7.9
33.3
30.0

22
.4
-5
1.0
16.7
162

1.3
.3
.1
.3
11.7
10.3

27
1.4
.3
1.1
11.4
9.6

4.3
2.9
1.5
1.4
115
10.7

45
1.4
.3
1.1
12.8
11.1

128
24
-.4
28
20.9
16.6

19.7

15.4
2.4

2.0

3.3
15

.5
2

U
.4

1.9
.9

13
1.3

1.7
15

~43
2.9

4.0

16.4
5.5
1.5
3.6
24.0
18.3
15.4
10.7
4.7
2.9
5.6
32

13.7
4.0
2.0

35
2.3

19.7
6.9
2.0
4.8
263
19.1
16.0
11.0
5.0
3.1
72
3.9

26.2
19.0
15.8
10.7
5.1
32
72
2.3

2.3
27.1
19.6
16.1
10.6
55
35
7.5
2.6

15

7A

73

9.6

12.4

143

175

19.3

213

216

242

27.0

29.6

323

16
17
18
19
20
21

.1
.9
5.7
4.9
.8
.6

.1
1.0
6.1
5.4
.8
.7

2
1.0
7.1
62
.9
1.4

.4
12
8.4
7.3
1.0
2.5

.6
1.2
95
8.5
1.0
35

.6
1.4
10.7
9.4
12
4.8

.6
1.7
11.7
10.1
1.6
5.3

.7
1.6
127
112
1.5
6.3

3
13
13.7
12.3
1.4
63

1947

3.3

2

3.1
25.4
193
16.1
11.1
5.0
32

6.1

2

1.0

1948

162
14.7
1.5
8.3

12

1.8
17.7
15.8
1.8
9.1

1.7
19.3
17.6
1.7
10.1

1

1.6

13
143
13.3
13
7.1

II

1950

1949

Line
III

1

Government purchases.
Federal.
Durable goods
Nondurable goods .
Commodity Credit Corporation inventory change .
Other nondurables
Services .
Compensation of employees .
National defense
Military
Civilian .
Nondefense .
Other services
Structures

State and local.
Durable goods
Nondurable goods .
Services .
Compensation of employees .
Other services
Structures




1943

1

-

Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Services
Compensation of employees Other services
Structures

1934

1933

2

Government purchases
Federal

1932

1931

1930

1929

II

IV

1

253

26.4

262

2

143

143

3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14

12
-2
-.4
2
133
11.8

1.1
.4
2
2
125
11.0

12
0

15
.3

15
.6

13
.8

1.4
.8

1.9
.9

2.0
1.0

23
3

13
1.1

2.0
12

15

11.7

12.1

126

133

13.7

14.4

153

153

165

16
17
18
19
20
21

.4
1.1
7.9
7.0
1.0
2.3

.4
12
82
72
1.0
2.3

.4
12
8.5
7.4
1.1
25

.4
12
8.8
73
1.1
2.7

.6
12
9.1
8.0
1.0
29

.6
12
9.3
83
1.0
3.4

.6
12
9.7
8.7
1.0
3.7

.6
1.3
10.1
9.1
1.0
4.0

5
1.3
10.4
92
12
42

III

III

I

II

263

28.1

305

323

34.7

363

393

393

39.0

382

383

38.7

135

13.1

143

16.1

173

18.7

20.4

21.7

213

20.7

19.6

19.9

192

1.6
.6
.3
.3
10.9
9.4

15
.5
2
.4
10.3
9.0

2.4
.5
-5
.9
10.7
9.3

2.6
1.4
2
12
11.1
9.3

2.7
13
.7
1.1
11.6
9.6

33
21
3
1.3
124
10.0

33
3.0
1.6
1.4
125
10.6

45
3.3
13
15
123
10.8

4.6
2.8
1.3
1.5
125
10.6

4.4
2.7
1.3
1.4
12.1
10.7

33
2.0
1.0
1.0
12.4
10.3

3.9
2.7
1.8
.9
11.8
10.3

5.0
0
-12
1.2
12.7
11.1

13
1.4

1.4
1.6

2.1
1.4

15
1.5

1.6
1.4

172

18.0

183

18.6

193

195

.6
1.4
105
93
12
4.8

.6
15
10.9
9.6
1.3
5.0

.7
15
11.0
9.7
1.3
5.0

.6
1.7
11.4
9.8
1.6
4.9

.6
1.7
11.6
10.0
1.6
5.1

.6
1.7
11.9
10.3
1.6
5.3

IV

11
1

II

1

IV

.............

883

Table 3.7A.—Government Purchases by Type: Annual, 1929-58, and Quarterly, 1947-58-Continued
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
1951

1952

1954

1953

Une
1

II

1

49.7

57.0

64.7

2

292

353

3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14

82
22
-.6
2.8
16.7
14.7

11
1

Durahle goods
Nondurable goods .
Commodity Credit Corporation inventory change ..
Other nondurabies
Services
Compensation of employees
National defense
Military
Civilian
Nondefense
Other services
Structures

State and local
Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Services,
Compensation of employees .
Other services
Structures

II

III

695

70.9

745

763

43.1

47.7

483

51.8

11.0
2.3
-5
2.8
19.8
16.2

142
2.6
-2
2.8
23.1
17.5

17.7
25
-.3
2.8
24.0
17.8

2.0
2.1

3.6
2.7

5.6
3.1

""""62
3.4

17.9
2.8
-.3
3.1
24.6
18.8
15.7
10.8
4.9
3.1
5.8
3.7

15

federal

I

20.4

21.1

21.6

21.9

16
17
18
19
20
21

Government purchases..

IV

.7
1.6
12.3
10.7
1.6
5.8

.7
1.6
12.5
10.9
15
6.3

.7
1.6
123
11.3
1.5
65

.7
1.6
13.2
11.6
1.5
6.4

IV

1

ll

783

80.4

823

80.7

53.5

552

565

58.6

19.7
32
.1
32
24.9
19.4
16.2
112
5.0
32
55
3.9

20.1
3.4
2
3.1
25.9
195
16.3
11.3
5.0
32
6.4
42

21.0
3.8
.7
32
262
19.4
16.1
11.0
5.0
3.3
6.9
42

19.7
65
1.7
43
26.1
19.3
16.1
10.9
52
32
6.9
4.3

223

22.7

225

23.1

.8
1.5
132
11.8
1.4
6.5

.8
1.7
13.7
12.0
1.7
6.5

.8
1.4
13.7
12.4
13
6.5

3
15
14.1
12.7
1.4
6.6

1

II

80.8

783

76.1

745

563

55.7

52.8

495

47.0

20.1
7.6
2.8
4.8
26.8
19.4
162
11.0
52
32
7.4
4.1

19.6
6.6
1.8
43
26.3
19.0
16.0
11.1
4.9
3.0
73
33

19.6
6.7
1.9
4.8
253
18.7
153
11.0
4.8
23
7.1
3.6

18.7
5.7
2.3
3.4
243
18.4
15.5
10.8
4.7
2.9
6.4
3.6

16.6
5.0
1.6
3.4
24.6
185
15.5
10.8
4.7
3.0
62
3.3

15.5
4.6
12
3.4
23.9
18.3
15.4
10.7
4.7
23
5,6
3.1

233

23.7

24.4

25.0

263

263

275

3
1.6
145
13.0
15
6.9

.8
1.5
14.6
13.2
1.4
6.8

3
1.6
14.9
13.4
15
7.1

.8
15
152
13.7
1.4
75

.9
15
15.6
14.1
15
8.0

.9
1.5
16.0
145
1.5
8.2

1.0
1.6
165
15.0
15
8.4

IV

III

1958

1957

1956

1955

11
1

line

753

Services.
Compensation of employees .
National defense
Military .
Civilian .
Nondefense
I.,
Other services

structures

Z..ZZ.

ZZ

10
11
12
13
14

zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

Stale and local
Durable goods
Nondurable goods

Services
Compensation of employes
Other services

ZZZZZZZZZZZZ
ZZZZZZZZZZZZ,

Structures




16
17
18
19
20
21

763

75.8

763

803

462

47.1

455

45.7

13.9
3.3
1.5
1.9
26.3
18.4
15.3
10.5
43
3.1
7.9
2.6

13.7
4.6
2.6
2.0
25.5
19.1
15.9
10.8
5.1
32
6.4
2.4

13.7
45
25
2.0
26.8
19.2
15.9
10.8
52
32
7.6

14.6
2.8

22

13.6
3.7
1.7
2.0
26.2
19.1
15.9
10.7
52
3.3
7.0
2.1

21

15.7
3.0
.7
2.3
26.8
19.5
16.1
10.7
5.4
3.4
73
24

29.4

29.7

302

312

323

1.0
1.8

12

12
1.7
19.0
17.3
1.7
10.1

823

863

862

875

89.8

893

932

492

51.4

503

51.4

523

515

542

15.7

28

10.6
5.6
3.6
8.6
2.9

15.7
3.3
.6
2.6
29.6
20.1
16.4
10.8
5.6
3.7
9.5
2.9

15.9
1.9
-1.0
2.9
30.1
20.3
165
10.9
5.6
3.8
93
2.9

16.0
15
-1.1
2.6
30.8
20.5
16.7
11.0
5.7
33
10.3
3.0

162
33
1.1
2.6
29.9
20.0
16.3
10.7
5.6
3.7
93
2.9

16.4
15
-.9
2.4
30.3
20.6
16.5
10.8
5.7
42
9.7
3.3

16.7
3.1
.7
2.4
31.1
21.1
163
11.0
53
4.3
10.0
3.3

327

33.4

34.6

35.4

36.1

37.0

38.1

393

12

12
13
20.1
18.4
1.7
10.3

1.4
13

1.4
1.9
21.7
193
1.9

15
1.9

1.3

1.7
19.6
17.9
1.7
102

1.4
1.7
20.5

48.0

28.9

Durable goods
Nondurable goods'"
Commodity Credit Corporation inventory change .
Other nondurables
*

755

46.1

Government purchases..
Federal,.

1.0
1.8
17.3
15.4
1.9
8.8

1.0
13
175
15.7
1.9
9.0

1.0

1.B
17.7
15.9
13
92

5

2.3

26.1
192
15.9
10.7
52
3.4
6.9

1.7

18.1

18.6

16.4
1.8
9.3

16.9
1.7

793

15.7
1.7

-5

2.3
26.9
193
16.3
10.7
5.6
35
7.1

22
-.1

22
28.4
19.8

162

18.8
1.7
11.0

21.1
19.3
13
112

1.
11

222
20.3
1.9
11.4

1.4

2.1

22

22.9
203

23.6
21.4

2.1

22

11.7

11.8

Table 3.8A.—Government Purchases by Type in Constant Dollars: Annual, 192^-58, and Quarterly, 1947-58
[Billions of 1987 dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
Line

1929

1930

1931

1932

1934

1933

1937

1936

1935

1939

1938

1941

1940

1942

1943

Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Commodity Credit Corporation inventory change ..
Other nondurables
Services
Compensation of employees
Natinnat fldlAnu
Militarv
Civilian
N/wfafonu
iimtuon?!IOQ
Other services
Structures .........
State and local
Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Services
Compensation of employees .
Other services
Structures

112.6

122.0

125.5

120.5

116.1

131.4

135.7

158.6

1522

162.5

174.0

180.7

289.1

586.0

867.7

2

Government purchases
Federal

1

21.9

24.4

24.9

255

30.9

40.0

40.2

63.5

56.8

62.3

65.1

765

189.0

4925

781.1

3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14

.3
.9
0
.9
19.1
16.7

.5
1.0
0
1.0
20.6
18.1

.6
1.1
0
1.1
19.9
17.2

.5
.9
0
.9
19.5
16.4

.9
1.3
0
1.3
245
20.2

2.8
1.6
0
15
31.2
26.6

2.3
1.0
0
1.0
32.0
29.3

2.3
1.7
0
1.7
52.5
48.7

2.3
1.7
0
1.7
45.7
42.1

2.9
1.9
0
1.9
515
47.3

3.2
3.3
1.5
1.8
53.4
485

4.0
2.3
.6
1.7
60.4
54.7

325
5.7
-.8
6.5
111.8
91.9

136.4
40.8
1.3
39.5
224.9
183.8

280.8
66.4
-15
67.9
385.4
351.3

2.4
1.5

2.5
25

2.7
3.2

3,1
5.0

4.0
4.5

4.6
4.4

2.7
4.9

3.8
7.0

3.6
7.1

3.8
6.3

55
52

5.8
9.4

20.0
39.3

41.1
90.3

34.1
48.5

15

90.7

97.6

100.7

94.6

855

91.4

95.6

95.1

95.4

1005

1085

104.5

1005

93.5

86.7

16
17
18
19
20
21

2.1
3.1
62.6
59.9
3.0
22.8

1.8
3.7
65.1
62.0
3.1
27.0

2.0
4.3
67.1
63.8
3.3
27.2

1.9
4.8
66.5
63.0
3.5
21.4

1.6
4.8
66.7
635
3.5
12.2

1.4
5.2
72.6
67.5
5.1
12.2

1.5
4.9
77.0
71.1
5.9
12.3

1.4
4.4
71.5
66.4
5.1
17.8

1.8
4.2
73.6
68.3
5.3
15.7

2.0
4.9
77.0
71.1
55
16.3

2.3
5.2
78.4
72.1
6.3
23.1

1.8
5.4
79.1
72.6
6.6
185

1.4
5.5
80.0
73.1
7.0
13.3

1.1
5.4
78.6
71.9
6.8
8.4

.8
5.1
75.6
69.9
5.7
52

line

1944

1945

1946

1947

1949

1948

1950

1951

1952

1954

1953

1955

1958

1957

1956

476.0

Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Commodity Credit Corporation inventory change ..
Other nondurables
Services
Compensation of employees
National defense
.
Military.
Civilian
.........
....
Nondefense
Other services
Structures
State and local
Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Services
Compensation of employees
Other services
Structures

1

968.0

829.4

271.0

218.8

240.6

269.3

284.5

397.0

467.6

489.8

454.7

441.7

444.0

2

Government purchases
Federal

465.3

884.3

742.9

175.4

110.7

126.3

1395

145.6

256.3

324.6

339.7

292.7

268.7

2645

276.1

2725

3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14

334.9
73.8
.9
72.8
453.4
419.9

245.4
53.5
-.8
54.3
429.6
399.4

19.0
3.4
-1.3
4.7
151.5
147.1

10.0
1.9
.2
1.7
96.2
87.2

16.4
5.3
.7
4.6
99.7
88.3

22.5
9.2
3.0
6.2
101.2
90.8

23.9
6.5
.8
5.7
106.9
97.2

55.3
12.7
-.5
135
173.3
147.2

33.5
22.2

30.2
14.3

4.5
1.4

9.0
2.7

11.4
4.9

10.4
7.0

9.7
8.3

26.1
14.9

86.2
17.9
.5
17.3
200.0
165.4
141.8
104.8
37.0
23.7
34.6
20.5

87.8
31.6
4.0
27.6
200.2
160.7
138.9
103.1
358
21.8
39.5
20.1

74.1
21.2
3.3
17.9
180.6
151.0
130.4
97.3
33.1
20.6
29.6
16.9

60.7
13.0
3.4
9.6
182.3
144.1
123.3
90.2
33.1
20.8
38.1
12.7

62.6
10.8
.5
10.3
178.6
141.0
119.7
86.3
33.5
21.3
37.6
12.7

62.7
11.5
.3
11.3
188.5
139.9
118.0
845
33.1
21.9
48.6
13.4

64.4
12,1
.8
11.3
179.5
133.8
111.2
80.4
30.8
22.6
45.7
16.0

15

83.7

865

95.6

108.1

114.3

1295

138.9

140.7

1435

150.1

162.0

173.0

1795

1895

204.0

16
17
18
19
20
21

.8
5.0
73.6
68.2
5.4
4.3

.8
5.0
75.6
705
5.3
5.2

12

1.8
4.7
87.4
80.5
6.9
145

2.3
4.4
89.2
82.7
6.5
18.4

2.4
5.6
96.0
88.6
7.3
25.5

2.5
6.3
100.9
91.6
9.4
29.2

2.6
5.3
102.6
93.7
8.8
30.2

25
5.3
104.5
96.7
7.7
30.4

3.0
5.2
108.6
101.0
7.6
33.3

3.3
5.4
113.1
105.4
75
40.1

3.2
6.3
119.4
110.1
9.2
44.1

3.6
5.8
125.0
117.1
7.9
445

4.4
5.9
131.4
123.5
80
47.4

4.4
7.3
139.9
131.0
8.9
52.4

4.4
80.8
745
6.0
92

1947

1948

1950

1949

Line
1
Government purchases
Federal
Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Commodity Credit Corporation inventory change ..
Other nondurables
Services
Compensation of employees
National defense
Military
Civilian
Nondefense
Other services
Structures
State and local
Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Services
Compensation of employees
Other services
Structures




II

11
1

IV

1

II

11
1

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

11
1

II

IV

1

2175

2175

221.3

219.4

229.7

235.7

242.3

2545

2595

2705

2755

272.0

2715

276.6

284.3

3055

2

112.6

110.0

111.9

1085

118.7

122.4

1275

136.8

137.1

142.3

143.1

1365

133.7

137.7

145.1

1655

3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14

10.2
15
-.5
1.7
1005
92.8

9.2
2.4
.8
1.6
96.3
86.5

10.5
2.0
.4
1.6
96.0
86.0

10.0
1.8
0
1.8
91.9
83.6

16.1
3.3
-.5
3.8
94.5
85.9

15.8
5.1
.3
4.8
96.5
85 2

15.0
5.8
1.3
4.5
101.3
89.3

18.7
6.9
1.8
5.1
106.3
92.7

19.5
8.9
3.0
5.9
103.2
92.3

22.6
10.1
3.7
6.3
103.8
92.1

24.0
9.1
2.7
6.4
101.9
91.0

23.7
8.7
2.5
6.2
95.9
87.8

21.4
65
2.1
4.7
98.1
85.9

21.7
85
3.3
4.9
99.3
90.3

26.6
5.1
-1.0
6.1
105.3
96.0

25.8
5.8
-1.1
6.9
125.0
116.5

8.0
.5

9.8
25

10.0
3.4

8.3
4.6

8.6
4.8

11.3
5.0

11.9
5.3

13.7
4.8

10.9
5.5

11.7
5.8

10.9
8.1

8.1
8.5

12.1
7.3

9.0
8.4

9.3
8.1

8.5
9.3

15

104.9

107.1

109.4

111.2

111.0

113.3

115.1

117.7

1225

1275

132.7

1355

1375

138.9

139.2

139.6

16
17
18
19
20
21

1.7
4.6
85.1
78.6
6.5
13.5

1.8
4.7
86.9
80.0
6.9
13.8

1.9
4.8
88.4
81.3
7.1
14.4

1.9
4.7
89.3
82.2
7.1
153

2.5
4.3
88.5
82.0
6.5
15.6

2.4
4.4
88.7
82.0
6.7
17.8

2.2
4.4
89.1
82.7
6.4
19.3

2.2
4.6
90.3
84.0
6.3
20.6

2.1
5.1
92.8
85.9
7.0
22.2

2.4
5.5
94.9
87.9
7.1
252

2.6
6.5
100.6
91.3
9.3
285

2.6
6.4
100.9
91.4
9.4
29.0

2.5
65
101.0
91.6
9.4
29.6

2.3
6.0
101.3
91.9
93
30.0

2.6
5.8
975
89.7
7.5
275

2.7
6.0
99.0
91.1
7.9
27.5

Table 3.8A.-Government Purchases by Type in Constant Dollars: Annual, 1929-58, and Quarterly, 1947-58-Continued
[Billions of 1987 dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
1951

Government purchases..

1954

1953

Line

336.1

466.8

471.6

4782

4883

4944

4902

485.6

4704

4575

4493

3042

3113

322.6

330.1

333.7

341.4

346.9

3392

3313

3112

297.7

285.4

12.4
-.7
13.1
166.5
145.0

605
13.4
.1
13.3
191.9
158.5

76.2
13.6
-.1
13.7
196.7
159.9

36.8
17.6

88.4
18.1
.6
175
202.4
166.9
1429
105.6
37.4
23.9
35.6

21.1

912
19.1
1.3
17.7
202.3
163.3
139.7
103.1
36.6
23.7
39.0
21.2

87.9
302
3.4
263
201.4
163.0
140.3
103.1
372
22.7
38.4
213

41.4
20.6

87.4
31.6
35
28.0
200.9
161.1
1395
103.9
35.6
21.5
39.9
192

85.8
32.0
33

33.3
15.9

86.1
17.8
.4
17.4
198.4
167.1
143.4
1062
37.2
23.7
31.3
20.2

902
32.6
52
27.4
2035
162.1
140.0
103.7
36.3

21.4
145

79.2
16.4
-2
16.7
196.9
164.4
141.0
104.2
36.9
23.4
32.5
19.3

195.0
156.7
135.9
101.7
342
20.8
38.3
185

83.2
21.6
4.3
17.3
187.7
153.3
132.7
99.1
33.7
205
34.4
183

76.8
203
2.9
17.3
183.8
151.3
1305
97.6
32.9
20.8
32.5
16.9

70.5
19.4
2.1
17.4
179.3
150.5
130.2
97.0
332
20.2
28.9
16.1

138.7

140.8

141.6

141.6

141.8

1443

1415

1445

1475

1475

1513

1543

1592

159.9

163.9

2.6
5.4
101.6
92.5
9.1
29 2

a goods
Nondurable goods .
Services..
Compensation of employees .
Other services
Structures

453.7

281.7

12.9
11.6

State and local .

445.8

2423

36.0
11.6
-1.3
12.9
138.1
1252

Durable goods .
Nondurable goods .
Commodity Credit Corporation inventory change ..
Other nondurables
Services
Compensation of employees .
National defense
Military
Civilian .
Nondefense .
Other services .
Structures

3823

1973

Federal

2.6
5.3

2.6
5.3
102.9
94.1
8.7
30.8

2.6
5.3
103.6
95.0
8.6
30.1

2.8
5.1
1032
95.6
7.6
30.8

2.8
5.9
1052
962
9.0
30.3

2.8
5.0
104.1
97.1
7.0
29.6

2.8
52
105.4
98.1
7.3
31.0

2.9
5.4
107.1
992
8.0
32.0

3.0
5.1
1075
100.3
72
31.9

3.0
5.3
109.6
101.7
7.9
33.1

3.0
5.1
110.1
102.8
7.3
36.1

3.3
52
1115
1033
7.7
392

32
52
1122
104.7
7.4
39.3

3.3
5.6
113.9
105.8
8.1

III

IV

III

IV

III

IV

102.1
93.3
8.9
30.8

1955

22.1

1956

282

41.1

1958

1957

Line
1
Government purchases
Federal
Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Commodity Credit Corporation inventory change ..
Other nondurables
Services
Compensation of employees
National defense
Military
Civilian
Nondefense
Other services
Stiuctures
State and local ..
Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Services
Compensation of employees
Other sen/ices
Structures




II

1

II

1

II

1

II

III

IV

1

4493

4395

442.7

435.1

434.9

443.3

4435

454.1

461.7

4623

468.7

4673

4665

4763

476.3

484.1

2

2783

266.6

2694

2604

258.7

2645

263.6

2723

276.1

275.7

278.8

2733

2673

2743

2705

2743

3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14

63.6
11.8
2.3
9.5
189.0
147.3
126.6
942
32.4
20.7
41.7
14.0

615
13.8
4.0
9.9
177.9
143.6
123.1
902
32.8
205
34.3
13.4

60.2
14.2
4.4
9.8
182.9
143.0
122.0
88.5
33.5
21.0
39.9
122

57.3
12.4
2.9
95
179.3
1426
121.6
88.0
33.6
21.0
36.8
11.4

592
112
1.1
10.2
177.1
141.7
1205
87.6
32.8
21.3
35.4
11.1

632
11.4
1.3
102
177.6
1402
119.1
86.3
32.9
21.0
37.5
12.3

63.6
10.1
-.5
10.7
176.1
141.0
119.7
85.7
34.0
21.3
35.1
13.8

64.6
10.4
.1
10.3
183.6
1412
119.6
85.4
34.1
21.6
42.4
13.6

61.3
12.7
15
112
1885
140.9
119.0
85.6
33.4
22.0
47.6
135

62.7
10.3
-1.4
11.7
189.6
1412
119.0
85.8
332
222
48.4
13.1

63.8
9.5
-1.4
10.9
1913
141.3
1192
85.7
335
22.1
50.5
133

62.8
13.6
2.3
11.3
184.0
136.1
114.8
82.6
322
21.3
47.9
13.3

63.5
9.7
-1.4
11.1
179.6
1335
1112
80.7
30.5
22.3
46.0
15.0

65.9
12.9
1.6
11.3
181.0
133.1
110.6
80.5
30.1
22.4
47.9
15.1

63.9
12.1
.7
11.4
178.3
134.4
111.7
80.4
31.3
22.7
44.0
16.2

64.3
13.7
2.5
11.2
1792
134.2
111.3
80.0
31.3
22.9
45.0
17.7

15

1703

173.0

173.3

174.6

1763

178.7

180.0

1813

185.7

1B72

1893

1943

1983

2020

205.9

209.2

16
17
18
19
20
21

32
6.3
117.6
107.9
9.7
43.8

3.3
6.4
1185
109.0
9.5
44.9

32
6.3
119.9
110.8
9.1
43.9

3.1
62
121.4
1127
8.7
43.9

3.4
53
122.0
113.7
8.3
45.0

3.6
53
124.3
116.3
8.0
45.2

3.7
5.8
126.1
118.3
7.8
44.4

3.7
5.9
127.8
120.1
7.8
44.4

42
5.6
128.7
120.9
7.8
472

4.4
.53
1302
122.3
7.9
463

45
6.1
132.4
124.3
8.1
46.9

4.6
6.3
1345
126.3
8.1
48.6

4.3
6.8
136.5
127.7
8.9
51.1

4.4
72
139.4
130.1
9.3
51.0

4.4
7.5
141.1
132.2
8.6
52.9

45
75
142.5
134.0
8.5
54.6

Table 3.9A.—Government Purchases Gross and Net of Sales by Type
[Billions of dollars]
Line

Government purchases
Federal
Durable goods
Gross purchases
Less: Sales
Nondurable goods
Commodity Credit Corporation inventory change ..
Gross purchases
Less: Sales
Other
Gross purchases
Less: sales
Services
Gross purchases
Less: Sales
Structures1

State and local
Durable goods
Gross purchases
................
Less- Sales.
......
Nondurable goods
Gross purchases
.....
Less: Sales
Services
Gross purchases
Less: Sales
Tuition and related educational charges
Health and hospital charges
Other sales
Structures1

1

1930

1929

Durable goods
Gross purchases
Less: Sale;
Nondurable goods
Commodity Credit Corporation inventory change ..
Gross purchases
Less: Sales
Other
Gross purchases ..
Less: Sales
Services .
Gross purchases .
Less: sales
Structures1

State and local .
Durable goods
Gross purchases .
Less: Sales
Nondurable goods .
Gross purchases .
Less: Sales
Services
Gross purchases .
Less: Sales .
Tuition and related educational charges
Health and hospital charges
Other sales
Structures1

1939

1938

1941

1940

1942

1943

92

8.1

7.9

9.7

104

12.1

11.7

12.7

135

13.8

24.8

59.5

88.9

1.7

1.6

2.1

34

3.0

52

4.7

52

55

6.0

17.1

52.0

81.7

.1
.1
0
.2
0
0
0

.1
.1
0
.1
0
0
0
.1
.1
0
1.1
1.1
0
.3

.1
.1
0
.2
0
0
0
2
2
0
1.5
1.5
0
.3

.3
.3
0
.2
0,
0
0
2
2
0
2.1
2.1
0
.4

.4
.4
0
.1
0
0
0
.1
.1
0
2.0
2.0
0
.5

.4
.4
0
2
0
0
0
.2
.2
0
3.9
3.9
0
.6

.6
.6

0
0
0

0
0
0

.3
.3
0
3.4
3.4
0
.7

22.0
22.0
0
62
.6
0
0
5.6
5.6
0
14.9
15.0
.2
9.0

42.8
42.8
0
9.0
-.4
0
0
9.4
9.5
.1
24.6

.3
.3
0
3.9
3.9
0
.6

.6
.3
0
0
.2
.3
0
3.9
3.9
0
.5

.5
.3
0
0
.2
2
0
4.1
4.1
0
.8

5.8
5.8
0
.9
2
0
0
.7
.7
0
6.9
7.0
0
3.4

7.1

7.4

8.1

75

7.7

7.6

73

.3

.3

.3

.3

2

2

.1

.7

.7

.8

.8

.8

.9

1.0

T.o

4.8

4.3

45

4.8

4.8

5.0

5.2

5.3

5.5

.1
.1

.1
.1

.1
.1

.1
.1

"i
.1

.1
.1

.1
.1

.1
.1

.1
.1

.1
.1

1.2

1.1

1.7

1.6

1.6

22

1.8

1.5

1.1

.7

0
12
1.2
0

2

2

.1
.1
0
.1
0
0
0
.1
.1
0
12
12
0
.3

17

7.1

7.6

75

6.4

5.9

65

64

6.9

18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

.3

.3

.3

2

.2

2

2

5

.6

.6

.6

.6

4

.8

35

4.1

42

4.0

4.0

4.5

.1

.1

2

.1
2

.1
2

.1
.1

2.6

2.4

15

1.1

.3
.3

2

2

2A

1945

1947

1946

1948

.4
.5
0

0
0
0
.1
0
0
0
.1
.1
0
1.1
12
0

2
2

.4
.4
0

3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16

1949

1950

0

0

1952

1951

.3

.3

1954

1953

.6
5.3

1958

1957

1956

1955

252

964

835

292

262

31.4

385

395

602

744

814

76.0

75.8

79.8

87.4

935

895

75.4

19.6

134

165

21.0

202

394

52.4

56.8

49.0

462

475

51.6

54.0

45.3
45.3
0
11.0
.5
0
0
10.4
10.6
2
30.9
315
1.0
2.3

33.0
33.0
0
7.5
-.4
0
0
7.9
8.3
.4
33.3
35.0
1.7
1.5

22
2.2
0
.4
-.5
0
0
1.0
1.7
.7
16.7
18.5
1.7
2

1.3
15
0
.3
.1
0
0
.3
.6
.3
11.7
11.7
0
.4

2.7
2.8
0
1.4
.3
0
0
1.1
1.3
.1
11.4
11.5
.1
.9

4.3
4.3
0
2.9
1.5
0
0
1.4
1.5
.1
1Z5
12.5
0
1.3

4.5
4.6
0
1.4
.3
0
0
1.1
12
0
12.8
12.8
0
15

12.8
125
.1
2.4
-.4
0
0
2.8
2.9
.1
20.9
21.2
.2
2.9

19.7
19.7
.1
3.3
2
0
0
3.1
32
.1
25.4
25.4
0
4.0

19.7
19.8
.1
6.9
2.0
0
0
4.8
4.9
.1
26.3
26.3
0
3.9

16.4
16.5
.1
5.5
1.9
0
0
3.6
3.7
.1
24.0
24.0
0
32

13.7
13.8
.1
4.0
2.0
0
0
2.0
2.1
.1
26.2
26.4
.2
2.3

15.4
15.5
.1
2.4
2
0
0
2.3
2.4
.1
27.1
272
.2
2.6

15.9
16.0
.1
2.6
-.1
0
0
2.7
3.1
.4
30.1
30.3
2
2.9

16.8
16.9
.1
27
.3
0
0
2.4
2.5
.1
31.0
31.3
5
3.6

7A

74

94

114

145

175

195

215

225

242

27.0

29.6

325

35.8

39.5

.1

.1

2

.4

.6

.6

.6

.7

.8

.8

.9

1.0

1.2

1.4

1.4

4

i"o

1.0

12

12

1.4

1.7

1.6

15

1.5

1.6

1.8

1.7

1.8

22

7.1

8.4

9.5

10.7

11.7

127

13.7

14.8

162

17.7

19.3

21.4

23.7

2
.5

.3
.5

.3
.6

.4
.9

9.1

10.1

Vi'i

122

..............

"57

6.1

.1

2

.1
2

.1
2

.1
2

.1
2

.1
.3

.1

2

2

2

2

.3

.3

.3

.4

.4

.6

7

1.4

2.5

3.5

4.8

5.3

6.3

6.5

7.1

8.3

1. Separate estimates of gross purchases and sales of structures are not available.




1937

1936

1935

92

1.6

8.6

2

J44

Government purchases .
Federal

1934

1933

1932

1931

.

Table 3.12.—Government Transfer Payments to Persons
[Billions of dollars]
Une

1929

1930

Government transfer payments to persons „

1931

1932

1934

1933

1935

1937

1936

1938

1939

1941

1940

1942

1943

3

U

15

1.6

13

23

13

2.4

25

2.7

2.6

27

25

.7

1.7

3

.7

5

3

2.1

3

12

13

1A

1.4

1.4

12

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

2
o

.7
o

.8
o

.9
o

3

.8
j

.6
2

o
o

Benefits from social insurance funds ..
Old-age, survivors, and disability insurance
Hospital and supplementary medical insurance .
Unemployment insurance
State .
Railroad employees
Federal employees
Special unemployment benefits .
Federal employee retirement
Civilian1
Military2
Railroad retirement
Pension benefit guaranty
Veterans life insurance
Workers' compensation
Military medical insurance3

2.1

.7

Federal..

13

* *4
*4

.4
.4

.1

.1
0
0

0
0

.1
0
0

.1
0
0

0

0

0

Veterans benefits
Pension and disability
Readjustment
Other4

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

A

.1
.1
.1

"i
A

0

.1
.1
.1

.1
.1

.1
.1
.1
.1

.1
.1
.1
.1

.1
.1
,1
.1

0

.1

.1

.1

.1

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3

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1944

1945

1947

1946

3

1.0

13

1.0

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1.0

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,'l

.7
.1

Government transfer payments to persons .. 1
Federal.
2

1949

1948

1950

...

A
1952

1951

A
1954

1953

1955

1957

1956

1958

3.1

5.6

103

112

10.6

11.7

14.4

115

122

13.1

153

16.4

175

20.3

24.7

1.8

4.3

9.1

83

75

8.7

10.8

85

83

95

115

12.4

13.4

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19.6

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2

15
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42
.7

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1.0

4.7
1.9

52
22

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3.6

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4.9

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11.9
7.3

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1.5

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5
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2
25
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5
1.7
2

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2
2.6
2
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1.7
2

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2
2.7
2
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1.7
2

12
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2

1.3
1.0
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2
3.0
2
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1.8
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35

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2

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„„

A

"
.1

."i"

£

1. Consists of civil service, foreign service, Public Health Service officers, Tennessee Valley Authority, and several
small retirement programs.
2- includes the Coast Guard.
„ 3. Consists of payments for medical services for dependents of active duty military personnel at nonmffitary facilities.
4. Consists of mustering out pay, terminal leave pay, and adjusted compensation benefits.




.1
.1
.1
0

.7
5

2

Une

Benefits from social insurance funds
State and local employee retirement
Temporary disability insurance
Workers' compensation
Public assistance
Medical care .
Aid to families with dependent children ,
Supplemental security income6
General assistance
Energy
(hor7
Other
Education
E^^em'^'t^niri"

.1
.1
.1

15
5

"i

ai .

.1
.1

1
0

"A

Benefits from social insurance funds
State and local employee retirement .
Temporary disability insurance
Workers' compensation
Public assistance
Medical care .
Aid to families with dependent children .
Supplemental security income6
General assistance .
Energy assistance
Other
Education
Employment and training

Food stamp benefits
Black lung benefits .
Supplemental security income
Direct relief
Earned inoome credit .
Other3

.1
.1

4
3
0

.5
.4

State and local

Veterans benefits..
Pension and disability .
Readjustment
Other*

.1

,4
'3
0

5
.4

Food stamp benefits..
Black lung benefits .
Supplemental security income .
Direct relief
Earned income credit
Other3

Benefits from social insurance funds
Old-age, survivors, and disability insurance
Hospital and supplementary medical insurance ....
Unemployment insurance
State
Railroad employees
Federal employees
Special unemployment benefits
Federal employee retirement
Civilian1
Militaty2
Railroad retirement „
Pension benefit guaranty
Veterans life insurance
Workers' compensation
Military medical insurance3

.5
0

O"
3

0

2

2

3

za
2
.6
1.7
2

A
2

.1
2

2

5. Consists largely of payments to nonprofit institutions and aid to students.
6. Prior to 1974, consists of old-age assistance, aid to the blind, and aid to the permanently and totally disabled,
which were party federally funded.
7. Consists of emergency assistance and medical insurance premium payments paid on behalf of indigents.
& Consists largely of foster care, veterans benefits, Alaska dividends, and crime vicim payments.

Table 3.14.—Social Insurance Funds Receipts and Expenditures
[Billions of dollars]
Line

1930

1929

1932

1931

1934

1933

1938

1937

1936

1935

1940

1939

1941

1942

1943

Federal
5
2

2

2

2

2

2

2

5

15

15

2.1

25

2.7

3.4

4.5

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

.4

1.6

1.8

1.9

2.1

2.6

35

4.2

3
4
5
6

.1
.1
.1
0

.1
.1
.1
0

.1
.1
.1
0

.1
.1
.1
0

.1
.1
.1
0

.1
.1
.1
0

.1
.1
.1
0

.1
.3
.1

.5
12
.1
1.0

.5
1.3
.1
15

.5
15
5
1.3

.5
1.5
.2
1.4

.7
1.9
5
1.7

1.0
25
5
2.0

1.7
2.5
2.3

7

Receipts

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

Contributions for social insurance
Personal contributions
Employer contributions
Government
Other
Interest received

Expenditures

0

2

2

.1

.1

.2

.2

5

.3

.1

.1

.1

8

2

.1

.1

.1

.1

2

5

5

5

1.1

1.0

1.0

0
.1

0
.1

0
.1

0
.1

.1
.1

.1

5
.8

.1
.9

5
.8

.2
.8

J
2
.6

5

2
15

.1
.7

1.1

1.1

15

15

25

3.7

A

0

Surplus or deficit H

9
10

0
.1

.1

0
.1

11

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

0

.1

12

Administrative expenses (purchases)
Transfer payments to persons

.1

.1

2

2

5

5

.3

5

5

.4

.1

.1

2

2
2

2

.1

2
2

2

13

2

2

5

5

.3

.3

.3

.3

.3

14
15
16
17

0
.1
.1
0

.1
.1
.1
0

.1
.1
.1
0

.1
.1
.1
0

.1
.1
.1
0

.1
.1
.1
0

.1
.1
.1

.1
.1
.1

.1
.1
.1

.1
.1
.1

.1
5
.2

.1
5
5

.1

.1
5
.2

.1

0

0

18

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

State and local
Receipts
Contributions for social insurance
Personal contributions
Employer contributions
Government
Other
.
Interest and dividends received

19

Expenditures
Administrative expenses (purchases)
Transfer payments to persons

Surplus or deficit (-)

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

20
21

0
.1

0
.1

0
.1

0
.1

0
.1

22

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

Line

1944

1945

1947

1946

1948

.1
0

.1

.1
0

.1

.1
1949

0

0

.1

5

.1
0

0

.1

.1

5

5

.1

5

5

5

.2

5

.1

.1

.1

5

5

5

1954

1953

2
2

1958

1957

1956

1955

2
0

0

0

0

.1

1952

.1

5

.1
1951

2
2
0

0

.1

5
0

2
2
0

0

0

0

0

.1

.1
1950

0

Federal
Receipts

1

Contributions for social insurance
Personal contributions
Employer contributions
Government
Other

55

6.4

7.7

6.7

55

65

75

8.4

85

9.0

95

11.1

125

14,3

14.5

2

4.9

5.9

7.1

6.1

55

5.6

65

7.5

7.8

75

8.7

9.9

115

12.9

13.1

3
4
5
6

2.1
2.8
.5
2.3

2.2
3.8
1.7
2.1

1.8
5.3
3.3
2.1

15
45
1.8
2.4

15
3.3
1.0
2.3

1.9
3.8
1.4
2.3

2.4
3.8
.8
3.1

2.9
4.6
.9
3.7

35
4.6
.9
3.7

3.3
45
.8
3.8

3.9
4.8
.7
4.1

4.4
5.5
1.0
4.5

4.9
6.3
1.3
5.0

5.7
7.2
1.7
5.5

5.8
7.4
2.0
5.4

7

Expenditures
Administrative expenses (purchases)
Transfer payments to persons

Surplus or deficit (-)

.4

.5

.6

.7

.8

.9

.9

.9

1.0

1.1

15

1.2

1.3

1.4

1.3

8

Interest received

.9

1.7

45

35

3.1

AA

65

5.1

55

6.4

8A

9.1

10.1

12.3

16 2

9
10

5
.7

5
15

5
45

.1
3.1

5
2.9

2
4.2

.3
65

.4
4.7

.3
55

.3
6.1

.3
8.0

.5
8.7

.5
9.6

.4
11.9

.6
15.5

11

45

4.7

35

35

25

21

A

35

35

25

15

2.0

2A

2.0

-1.7

State and local
Receipts
Contributions for social insurance
Personal contributions
Employer contributions
Government
Other
Interest and dividends received

Expenditures
Administrative expenses (purchases)
Transfer payments to persons

Surplus or deficit (-)

12

A

5

.7

5

1.0

1.1

15

15

15

2.0

25

2.4

27

35

32

13

A

.4

.6

.7

5

.9

1.1

1.4

1.6

1.7

2.0

2.1

2.3

2.6

2.8

14
15
16
17

.1
5
5
0

5
5
.2
0

5
.4
.3
.1

5
.4
.3
.1

.3
5
.4
.1

.4
.6

.4

7

7

8

,9

5
.6
5

.6
.9
.7
5

1.0
.8
5

15
1.0
.3

1.3
1.0
.3

1.4
1.1
.3

1.0
1.6
1.3
.3

1.1
1.7
1.4
.3

18

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

A

5

5

5

5

.3

.3

.4

.4

19

5

5

.4

A

A

5

5

.7

1.0

15

15

15

£
1i

20
21

0
5

0
5

0
.3

0
.4

0
.4

0
.5

0
.7

o

0

5

22

5

5

.3

A

5

.6

.7

5

NOTE.—In this table interest and dividends received is included in receipts; in tables 3.1, 3.3, 3.15, 3.17, and
9.4, interest received and dividends received are netted against expenditures.




.4
A

.7
5
5

0

5

5

5

.8

.9

1.0

0
1.2

0
1.3

.1
t£

1.0

1.1

15

1.3

15

1.7

1.8

0

0

Table 3.15.—Government Expenditures by Function: 1952-58
[Billions of dollars]
Line
Total1

1952

1953

1954

1957

1956

1955

1958

104.0

114.9

125.4

3.6

3.7

3.9

22

2.0

1.9

2.0

0

0

0

0

0

415

38.9

40.6

445

462

1

93.5

1002

97.0

985

Central executive, legislative, and judicial activities

2

3.0

3.0

3.1

32

International affairs

3

2.3

2.1

1.9

Space

4

0

0

National defense

5

46.1

48.9

Civilian safety

6

2.1

2.2

2.4

2.6

28

3.1

3.4

Education

7

82

9.2

105

11.8

12.9

14.0

15.7

Health and hospitals

8

22

2.3

23

2.4

2.6

3.0

3.1

Income support social security, and welfare

9

8.0

92

11.3

12.1

13.6

16.3

20.4

Veterans benefits and services

10

5.7

5.3

52

5.5

5.4

5.6

5.8

Housing and community services

11

1.3

1.1

1.1

.9

1.3

1.4

1.6

Recreational and cultural activities

12

.3

.3

.4

.4

5

.6

.6

Energy

13

.3

.3

.1

.1

.2

.3

.5

Agriculture

14

12

32

32

35

22

2.7

2.8

Natural resources

15

1.1

1.1

1.0

.9

1.1

1.2

1.4

Transportation

16

5.4

5.7

6.4

6.8

7.5

8.4

95

Postal service

17

.8

.6

.4

5

.6

.6

.7

Economic development, regulation, and services

18

.3

.3

.3

.3

.5

5

.6

Labor training and services

19

.3

2

.3

.3

.3

.3

.3

Commercial activities

20

-2

-2

-2

-2

-2

-.2

-2

Net interest paid2

21

4.7

4.8

5.0

5.0

5.5

6.0

5.8

Other and unallocable

22

5

.6

.7

.7

3

1.0

12

1. Equals Federal Government expenditures less grants-in-aid to State and local governments plus State and
local government expenditures. Total expenditures include employee compensation on a disbursement basis. The
estimates by function include employee compensation on an accrued basis. Wage accruals less disbursements (in




millions of dollars) is zero except as follows: 1952, 32; and 1953, -76.
2. Excludes interest received by State and local social insurance funds, which is netted against expenditures
for the appropriate functions.

Table 3.16.—Federal Government Expenditures by Type and Function: 1952-58
[Millions of dollars]
1953

1952

Line

Total1

1

Expenditures

Transfer payments and net
interest paid

Purchases

Subsidies less
current surplus of government enterprises

Expenditures1

858

76,367

56,793

16,051

2,834

1,286

1,275

-1

208
206
2

1,885

48,982

49,000

Subsidies less
current surplus of government enterprises

12
12

2J093
216
1,877

Grants-in-aid
to State and
local governments

143

Transfer payments and net
interest paid

Purchases

71,198

52,379

15*447

2,646

1,435

1,430

-6

11
11

2,282
270
2,012

264
262
2

2*018
8

46,144

46,185

Civilian safety .
Police
Fire
Correction

149

149

125

125

143
119

24

24

24

297

90

199

353

103
19

613

24

Education

Grants-in-aid
to State and
local governments

Central ezecuttvt, legislative, and Judicial activities
Central administration and management
Tax collection and financial management
Legislative and judicial activities
Other

„
-6

International affairs
Conduct of foreign affairs and informational activities
Foreign economic assistance

2,010

10
1,875

Space

National defense ...

-110
-110

Military activities Civil defense .
Foreign military assistance
Other

Elementary and secondary ...
Higher
General research and other.,

8

23

-108

119

10

240

1
66

344

kxomt support, social security, and welfare
Retirement
CM-age and survivors insurance (social security).
Government employees, civilian
Government employees, military
Railroad
Disability
Disability insurance {social security) .
Government employees, civilian
Government employees, military

Railroad

157

72

115

304

150

64

90

6,121

Health and hospitals

7

134

4/157

1,530

7,254

190

5,415

1,649

3,104
2,251

69
63

6

365
293

4,016
3,058
358
205
395
314

69
63

293
189
371

3,035
2,188
293
189

3,947
2,995
358
205
389
314

293
58
155
80

Other.,
Unemployment insurance

.......„„„.„,
3

Regular

1,187

Extended
Other..
Medical care
Hospital and supplementary medical insurance
(Medicare).
Medicaid
Welfare and social services
Other

3

76

Disability and survivors compensation
Education
Insurance .
Hospitals and medical care
Other

62

1,201

909
265

-34

1,243
1,151

1,046
954

194
194

I"

1,277

1,513

61

4,336

116

5,274

26

27

768
803

.........

30

4

230

952

53

847

618

222

-24

"-71

-36

27
3
24

-47

310

12

337

363
154

2,468
514
744

8

612

390
45

59

26

-71

2

131
274

Agriculture

4,120

8

461

405

136

61

1,095

116

394

-68

30

366

1,394

118

2,468
593
744
851

110

3

Energy
Conservation and development of energy sources ...
Produrton and sale of power
Administration and regulation

1
107

168

29

3
-37

Recreational and cultural activities

63
167
84

192
192

I"068
992

2.304

905
803
913
728

Urban renewal and community development.
Housing .
Water and sewerage

167
84

58
155
80

60

1,340
121

2,304

Housing and community services .

6

76

5,653

Veterans benefits and services

83

Stabilisation of farm prices and income
Financing farm ownership and utilities
Conservatxw of agricultural resources

Natwal resources —

-

—

2,617

2,382
45
297
173

2,329
45

45
242

114

46

41

132

924

864

60

490

1,267

602

560

72
506

460

596
520
151

59
429
114

537

136

20

64

37

37

614

-69

-69

......
4,461

90

597

33
96

814

104

14

129

3
33
28

Labor training and servicas

234
53
'"ill

111

793

834

Economic development assistance
Regulation of commerce and finance




2,897

714

552
166

Postal sarvic*

See footnote(s) at end of table.

295
53

-77

532

Economic development,regulation,and services .

Revenue sharing

201

845

Highways
Water
Air
Railroad ..
Transit .

Training programs
Other

-47

45

-77

379
104
275

1,250

-

Transportation

Net Merest paid

109

4/161

4,557

4,557

Table 3.16.—Federal Government Expenditures by Type and Function: 1952-5a-Continued
(Millions of dollars]
1954

Expenditures'

Total1

Expenditures1

495

69,007

46,226

1*321

1,301

1,689

2,161

1^689

196
1.963

195
193
2

38,986

38,978

Transfer payments and net
interest paid

Purchases

70,397

49,025

1,269

1,247

1,875
184
1,691

186

41,619

Central executive, legislative, and Judicial activities

1955
Subsidies less
current surplus of government enterprises

41,619

17,964

Conduct of foreign affairs and informational activities
Foreign economic assistance

2,913
22

2
2

Central administration and management
Tax collection and financial management
Legislative and judicial activities
Other

International affairs.

Grants-in-aid
to State and
local governments

184

2

Transfer payments and net
interest paid

Purchases

19,093

Subsidies less
current turplus of gov
ernment en!erprices

Granti-tn-atd
to Slate and
local governments
3,120

568

20

2
0

1,966
5
1.961

Space

National defense

92

Military activities
Civil defense
Foreign military assistance
Other

70
22

Civilian safety

154

154

Police
Fire
Correction

125

125

29

Education
Elementary and secondary .
Higher
General research and other

387

397

1
10
61

87

284

9,244

Health and hospitals

227

7415

1,702

9,919

4,755
3,717
372

72

4,683
3.651
372

267

Retirement
Old-age and survivors insurance (social security).
Government employees, civilian
Government employees, military
Railroad
Disability
Disability insurance (social security)
Government employees, civilian
Government employees, military
Railroad
Other..
Unemployment insurance .
Regular
Extended
Other
Medical care .
Hospital and supplementary medical insurance
[Medicare).
Medicaid .
Welfare and social services .
Other
Disability and survivors compensation .
Education
Instance
Hospitals and medical care
.....
Other

222

222

444
343

438
343

66
182

66
182

95
2,430
2,224

2221

206

Recreational and cuttrol activities .
Energy
Conservation and development of energy sources ...
Production and sale of power
Administration and regulation

1,589
127

150

947
24
732
191

-56
15
-71

Stabilization of lanrn prices and income
Financing farm ownership and utilities
Conservation of agricultural resources
Olter ....„

4,237
2,574
532
703
428

59

98

8,021
6,062

1,740

4.935
402
256
469
372
78
193

61

1.516
1,341
175

1,526
129

1.437

101

175

69

5,403
2.760
689

30
24

2
953

12
12

„

-45

1.466
60

4,430
663

628

765
561

2

214
214

2.760
13

628
" 4

3

760

-273
41
-314

-261
4

10
8

379
37

-49

37

-265

37
221
118

290

14

135
155

10

273

3,230

2,924

56

2,665
40
310
215

2,607
40

619

548

170

1,384

537

713

759
456
172
*3

58

701

103
67

112
210
2,618

2,397
40
323

179
145
34

-111

322

103

182

2,341
40
98
139

726

1,302

Transportation

158
96

1,734
1,559

204
204

-26

792

Natural resources

2
66

-23

2J42

Agriculture .

127

2

1
1

101

206

2,015

621

Urban renewal and community development Housing
Water and sewerage

133
10
1

78
193

95

2.574
580
703
736

......

141

122

6.158
5,024
402
256
476
372

5,214

Veterans benefits and services ,

Housing and community services

130
1
120

—

170

29

9

Income support, social security, and welfare

Highways
Water
Air
Railroad
Transit ..

170
141

-64
-64

544
60

632
481
189

217

585
572

375

4

-125
246
50

10
1

12

167

48

358

132
56
39
-3

121

ZZ

Postal service
Economic development,regulation,and services ....
Economic development assistance
Regulation of commerce and finance
Other

382

362

47
4

-56

38
5

-56

23
12

-38

8

35
-24

Labor training and services .
Training programs
Other

Net Interest paid .
Revenue sharing .
Seefootnoted)at end of table.




4,648

4,648

4,602

4,602

Table 3.16.—Federal Government Expenditures by Type and Function: 1952-58—Continued
[Millions of dollars]
1957

1956

Une

Total1

Expenditures1

Transfer payments and net
interest paid

Purchases

47,465

20,349

3,331

1,434

1,425

-14

1,992
216
1,776

211

Conduct of foreign affairs and informational activities
Foreign economic assistance

40,707

51,574

23,104

4,209

1,280

1,254

3

23
23

249

1,666

247

9
1,657

44,663

44,597

1,781
7
1,774

40,741

80,372

23
23

Central administration and management
Tax collection and financial management
Legislative and judicial activities
Other

International affairs

1,158

256
1,659

72,323

Central executive, legislative, and Judicial activities

Subsidies less
current surplus of government enterprises

Expenditures1

1,915

Grants-in-aid
to State and
local governments

Subsidies less
current surplus of government enter*
prises

Transfer pay*
ments and net
interest paid

Purchases

Grants-in-aid
to State and
local governments

1,485

3

209

2

2

Space

National defense ...

109
87

Military activities .
Civil ( '
Foreign military assistance ..
Other

-75
-75

148

126
22

22

Civilian safety .

181

181

180

180

Police
Fire .
Correction..

151

151

157

157

30

30

23

23

379

124

456

171

-82
-82

Education .

Retirement
Old-age and survivors insurance (social security) .
Government employees, civilian
Government employees, military
Railroad
Disability .
Disability insurance (social security) .
Government employees, civilian
Government employees, military
Railroad
Other..
Unemployment insurance .
Regular
Extended
Other
Medical care .
Hospital and supplementary medical insurance
(Medicare).
Medicaid .
Welfare and social services .
Other

Veterans benefits and services
Disability and survivors compensation
Education
Insurance .
Hospitals and medical care
Other

Housing and community services .
Urban renewal and community development.
Housing .
Water and sewerage

Recreational and cultural activities .

3
158

16

119

444

217

86

141

1,845

13,850

497

2,103

8,949
7,453
574
336
586
481
56
105
204

148
140

11,250
8,801

111

390

206

11,305

468

8,992

7,105
5,786
492
299
528
402

108

6,997
5,685
492
299
521
402

101

7

90
204

90
204

1,755
1,608

4
4

1,520
1,373

2,162

231
231

1,987
175

147

1,897
146

356

3
70

5,421

977

1,724

2,073
185

1,538
76

4,428

5,551

1,009

8

2,823
737

791
178

247

2,984
724
663
819
361

813
187

31

29

21
10

5
24

57

Agriculture
Stabilization of farm prices and income .
Financing farm ownership and utilities ...
Conservation of agricultural resources ...
Other

Natural resources .
Transportation
Highways
Water
Air.
Railroad .
Transit .

31

15

31

.......

27

-141

66
-128

296

410

198
163

-128

253
43

231
179

1,254

579

2^97

1,028
47
594

117

938
47

235

911
47
117
179

1,193
843
47
117
186

727

648

1,562

637

827

Postal service
Economic development, regulation, and services ....
Economic development assistance
Regulation of commerce and finance .

Other
Utor trartnq and services .
Toining programs

1,062
250

22
5

127

451
132

2,100
1,314
511
277

1,023
95
17
64

1,2

719
59
453
207

1,255

29

615

602

46

172
22

114

54
18

184

154

29
47

47

108

39

111

107

57

0«iar

tfartofttfc.




5,075

5,542

54
37

•Z

-2

644

5,075

-141

738
791
773

54

549
188
-2

6
2

172

75

57

39

4,534
2,984
715
663

38
37

-14

361

212

1,727
119

343

2,823
753
621
797
427

621

257
257

175

1,904

Conservation and development of energy sources .
Production and sale of power
Administration and regulation

7,313
574
336
578
481
56
105
204

116

116

108

108

251

Energy .

266

12

12

Elementary and secondary ....
Higher
General research and other...

Health and hospitals
Income support, social security, and welfare

240

5,542

Table 3.16.—Federal Government Expenditures by Type and Function: 1952-58—Continued
[Millions of dollars]
1958
Une

1

Expenditures

Total1
Central executive, legislative, and judicial activities

Transfer payments and net interest paid

Purchases
87,961

54,003

26,613

5,641

1,349

1,319

7

Conduct of foreign affairs and informational activities
Foreign economic assistance

2,006
311
1,695

304
302
2

Space
National defense ...

1,702
9
1,693

Police
Fire .
Correction

Education .

30

30

46,338

46,260

168
147

21

207
168

Retirement
Old-age and survivors insurance (social security).
Government employees, civilian
Government employees, military
Railroad
Disability
Disability insurance (social security)
Government employees, civilian
Government employees, military
Railroad
Other.
Unemployment insurance
Regular
Extended
Other
Medical care .
Hospital and supplementary medical insurance
(Medicare).
Medicaid ,
Welfare and social services .
Other
„„.

Veterans benefits and services
Disability and survivors compensation .,
Education
Insurance .
Hospitals and medical care ..
Other

Housing and community services
Urban renewal and community development
Housing
Water and sewerage

Recreational and cultural activities
Energy
Conservation and development of energy sources .
Production and sale of power
Administration and regulation

Agriculture
Stabilization of farm prices and income
Financing farm ownership and utilities
Conservation of agricultural resources
Other
Z

Natural resources
Trarv
anspoi
Highws
'ays.
Water
Air
Railroad .
Transit ...

-90
-90

207
168

39

39

573

224
22

Elementary and secondary .
Higher
General research and other

Health and hospitals
tocome support, social security, and welfare

1,704

7

Military activities ,
Civil defense .
Foreign military assistance
Other

Civilian safety .

Subsidies less current surplus
of government enterpnses

23
23

Central administration and management
Tax collection and financial management
Legislative and judicial activities
Other

International affairs

Grants-in-aid to State and local
governments

201

326
4
19

549

232

137

180

17,683
10,084
8,419
645
388
632
706
246
124
216
120

460
147
138

14,863
9.937
8,281
645
388
623
706
246
124
216
120

2360

4,146
3,501
295
350

315
315

4,470
3,825
295
350

2,206
217

304

4
70

5,752
3,199
640
669
893
351

1382

4,662
3,199
629
669

104
58
46

54
8
46

11
887
184

147
8

165

92

92

438
393
45

550
360
190

-150

2,411
901
47
1,185
278

1,239
847
47
133
212

1,084
54

940

1,030

848

3290
2285
630
377
-2

-150

837
32
524
281

2,303
2,253
101
46
-2

Postal service

741

57

684

Economic development, regulation, and services ....

211
34
55
122

175

31
29

33

33

Economic development assistance
Regulation of commerce and finance
Other

Labor training and services

55
120

Training programs
Other 7......L7.

Net interest paid .

5,214

Revenue sharing .
1. Total expenditures include employee compensation on a disbursement basis. Expenditures by type and function
include employee compensation on an accrual basis. Wage accruals less disbursements (in millions of dollars) is
zero except as follows: 1952, 32; and 1953, -76.




5,214

Table 3.17.—State and Local Government Expenditures by Type and Function: 1952-58
[Millions of dollars]
1954

1953

1952

Transfer
payments
and net interest paid
less dividends

Subsidies
less current
surplus of
government
enterprises

3,607

-1,175

3*478

-1,091

26,680

24,248

29,495

26,988

1,568

1,684

1,684

1,837

1,837

1,935
993
611
331

2,076
1,095
624
357

2,076
1,095
624
357

2,269
1,194
683

2,269
1,194
683
392

8,130
6,829

8,100

9,126
7,784
974
368

9,087
7,784
974
329

10,355
8,924
1,051

10,310
8,924
1,051
335

1,943

Administrative, legislative, and judicial activities
Tax collection and financial management

22£51

1,568

1,935
993
611
331

Total1

Central executive, legislative, and judicial activities

Purchases

Subsidies
less current
surplus of
government
enterprises

24,938

Line.

Transfer
payments
and net interest paid
less dividends

1,905

38

2,047

2#)9

2,129

2,091

3^84
367
164

361
14
4

3,023
353
180

3,556
431
201

370
15
5

3,186
416
196

3,779
461
225

402
15
5

116
2,717

116
343

2,374

140
2,784

350

140
2,434

165
2,928

382

162

14

148

106

13

1,321
475

1,757
587

-436
-112

1,097
306

1,555
416

-458
-110

25
486
335

-366
42

38
405
348

447
344
348

-409
61

335

Expenditures1

Expenditures1

Purchases

Expenditures1

Purchases

«...

Civilian safety
Police ...„
Fire .
Correction.

Education .
Elementary and secondary .
Higher
Libraries2
Other2

Health and hospitals .

6,829
949
322

Health
Hospitals

Income support, social security, and welfare —
Government employees retirement and disability .
Workers' compensation and temporary disability
insurance.
Medical care
Welfare and social services

Veterans benefits and services
Housing and community services .
Housing, community development and urban
renewal.
Water..
Sewerage .
Sanitation .

Recreational and cultural activities .
Gas utiles

12

1,152
226

1,651
360

365

482
444
365

352

352

-75
-2
-73

270
23
247

-

....

Economic development, regulation, and services .
Labor training and services —
Commercial activities

304

304

-42
-19
-23

280
12
268

301

326

321

348

341

310

Highways
Water
Air.,
Transit and railroad .

268
203
9
194

303

..

268
-86
-11
-75

Electric utilities

Agriculture
Natural resources
Transportation

30

310

279

279

303

303

4,642
4,512
20
63
47

4,801
4,621
52
63
65

4,954
4,829
53
49
23

5,144
4,956
86
54
48

5,682
5,563
89
53
-23

5,940
5,704
115

-20

-159
-109
-32

244

244

277

213

220

220

-178

29

-180

25

-207

Publicly owned liquor store systems
Gowmment-administered lotteries and parimutuets.

Net interest paid3

237

Other and maltocable

542

See footnoted) at end of table.




-190
-127
-33
•5
-25

277

213

-322
-31
-291

237
542

246
604

269
234
-205

246
604

234

-177

39

340

668

Transfer
payments
and net interest paid
less dividends

Table 3.17.—State and Local Government Expenditures by Type and Function: 1952-58-Continued
[Millions of dollars]
1955

29567

4,115

1,937

1537

2,458
1.302
725
431

2J55Q

11,638
10,060
1,185
393

11595
10,060
1,185

2^14

Central executive, legislative, and judicial activities

Transfer
payments
and net interest paid
less dividends

2,458
1,302
725
431

Total1

Purchases

32,158

Une

2,180

3,925
494
236

399
14
5

Expenditures1

Purchases

Transfer
payments
and net interest paid
less dividends

Subsidies
less current
surplus of
government
enterprises

34564

32545

4558

-1,639

2,175

2,175

1,410
773
467

Purchases

Transfer
payments
and net interest paid
less dividends

Subsidies
less current
Surplus of
government
enterprises

38,767

35,794

4585

-1,712

2*58

2*58

2,650
1,410
775
467

2580

2,880

1565
849
466

1,565
849
466

12,737
10,917
1,349
471

12,684
10,917
1,349
418

13,789
11,718
1560
511

13,722
T1.718
1,560

2529

2522

2,654

2546

3,526
480
231

4,189
564
260

479
16
5

197
2,618

227
3,138

less current
surplus of
government
enterprises
-1524

Expenditures1

Administrative, legislative, and judicial activities
Tax collection and financial management

Civilian safety
Police
Fire
Correction

Education .
Elementary and secondary .
Higher
Libraries2
Other2

Health and hospitals .
Health
Hospitals

Income support, social security, and welfare
Government employees retirement and disability .
Workers' compensation and temporary disability
insurance.
Medical care
Welfare and social services .....

Veterans benefits and services

197
2,998

42
-597
-152

1,249
23

Housing, community development, and urban
renewal.
Water.
Sewerage"
Sanitation

1,897
183

226
539
384

720
490
384

-494
49

150
653
423

Recreational and cultural activities .
Energy

249
3556

697
594
423

92

406

406

432

320
48
272

-54
•5
-49

Agriculture

364
332

332

431

6,439
6521
75
63
80

6,727
6,555
56
78

7,065
6,755
99
102
109

Transportati .
[ion
Highways
Water
Air..
Transit and railroad .

4,030
620
275
470

1578
46
192
687
453

739
644
453

-293
-165
-35
-14
-79

-656
-152

198

-547
43

485
-410
-38
-372

15
-8
23

457
34
423

439

-31
-369

249
2,886

2534

431

6,146
6,056
40
49
1

-547
59

358

Natural resources..

-160

356
33
323

Gas utilities
Electric utilities .

8

16

432

-80
17
-57

67

4528
643
280

13

1514
220

3,710
548
255
227
2,680

1,217
68

104

Housing and community services .

Expendi-

431

7597

7579
7,607
96
157
119

-442

-42
-400

498
-338
-200
-43
-24
-71

7,351
66
126
54

Economic development, regulation, and services .

275

275

305

305

350

350

Labor training and services

246

246

264

264

281

281

-169

74

-180

-382
-256
-30 "
-31
-«5

52

.......

Commercial activities .

-151

-243

-232

Publicly owned liquor store systems
Government-administered lotteries and parimutuels .
Other....

Net interest paid3
Other and unallocable .
See footnote(s) at end of table.




414
713

414

713

452
815

452
815

501

501
1,007

1,007

Table 3.17.—State and Local Government Expenditures by Type and Function: 1952-58—Continued
[Millions of dollars]

Line

Total' .
Central executive, legislative, and Judicial activities
Administrative, legislative, and judicial activities
Tax collection and financial management

Expenditures1

Transfer payments and net interest paid
less dividends

Purchases
43,042

39,510

2£73

15,418

2,733

2,725

5,076
676
359

595
21
42

349
3,692

532

-1,749

3,157
1,703
916
538

15/492
13,143
1,794
555

5,281

2^73

3,157
1,703
916
538

Subsidies less current surplus of government enterprises

...

Civilian safety
Police
Correction

Education
Elementary and secondary .
Higher .
Libraries1.
Other2

Health and hospitals .

13,143
1,794
481

Health .
Hospitals .

Income support, social security, and welfare
Government employees retirement and disability .
Workers' compensation and temporary disability
insurance.
Medical care .
Welfare and social services .

Veterans benefits and services
Housing and community services

4,481

655
317
349
3,160

99

18

1,511
126

2,153
276

-642
-150

195
702

740

-545
53

Recreational and cultural activities .

553

553

Energy

52
-29
81

537
16
521

Agriculture

446

440

Naturalresources.
Transportation .

540

540

8,475
8,132
102
129
112

8,853
8,417
132
170
134

Housing, community development, and urban
renewal.
Water
Sewerage
Sanitation

Gas utilities
Electric utilities .

Highways
Water
Air..
Transit and railroad .

Economic development,regulation,and services .
Labor training and services
Commercial activities

361

293

-ite

76

-378
-285
-30
-41
-22

361

293

-485
-45
-440

-244

Publicly owned liquor store systems
Government-administered lotteries and parimutuels .
Other

Net interest paid3
Other and unallocable.

631

1,218

1. Total expenditures include employee compensation on a disbursement basis. Expenditures by type and function
include employee compensation on an accrual basis. Wage accruals less disbursements (in millions of dollars) is
zero prior to 1971.




1*218
2. Prior to 1959, other education is included in libraries (line 12).
3. Excludes interest received by social insurance funds, which is netted against expenditures for the appropriate
functions

Table 3.18A.—Relation of Federal Government Receipts and Expenditures in the National Income and Product Accounts to the
Consolidated Cash Statement, Fiscal Years: 1952-58
[Billions of dollars]
Line

1952

1954

1953

1955

1957

1956

1958

Receipts

Cash receipts from the public

1

68D

71.5

71.6

67.8

77.1

Less: Coverage differences:
District of Columbia
Other'
Financial transactions
Miscellaneous2

2
3
4
5

.1
0
.3
.1

.1
0
.3
0

.1
0
.3
.3

.2
0
.3
.5

Plus: Netting and grossing differences:
Contributions to government employee
retirement funds.
Taxes received from rest of the world3
Other4
Timing differences:
Corporate income tax
Federal and State unemployment insurance
taxes.
Withheld personal income tax and social
security contributions.
Excise taxes
Other
Miscellaneous
Equals: Federal Government receipts, national
income and product accounts.

811

81.9

2

2

0
.4
.4

.1
.5

.2
.1
.4
.3

2

6

1.3

12

3

3

1.4

1.7

1.8

7
8

0
-1.3

0
-1.0

0
-1.0

0
-1.1

0
-1.4

0
-1.1

0
-1.2

9
10

-2.3
-.1

-1.9
0

—4.1
-.1

.8
.1

.4
.1

-.7
0

-2.8
0

11

.4

.3

-.1

2

12
13
14

.1
-.1
0

.1
.1
0

-.3
0
0

.1
.1
0

0
0
0

15

65.6

69.9

66.3

68.0

16

68.0

76.8

713

70.5

17
18

.1

-3

.1
0

.1
-.3

2
2

.3

0

2
0
0

-.1
0
.1

76.9

81.6

78.8

7Z5

80.0

83.5

2

2

.4

.1

.2
-.5

3.1
1.4

2.6
.9

.3

Expenditures
Cash payments to the public .
Less: Coverage differences:
District of Columbia .
Federal Home Loan banks and Federal
Land banks.
Other 5 .,
Financial transactions:
Net lending6
Net purchases of foreign currency
Timing differences:
Checks outstanding and certain other
accounts.
Miscellaneous7
Plus: Netting and grossing differences:
Contributions to government employee
retirement funds.
Taxes received from rest of the world3
Other4
Timing differences:
Purchases (increase in payables net of
advances)8.
Transfer payments..
Subsidies less current surplus of
emmer*
"
government enterprises.
ieous9
Miscellan<
Equals: Federal Government expenditures, national
income and product accounts.

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

20
21

1.6
0

1.8
0

-.7
.1

.9
.4

1.6

22

.4

.3

.1

.1

-.2

-.6

23

-.1

-2

3

.5

.3

.4

24

1.3

12

3

.9

1.4

25
26

0
-1.3

0
-1.0

0
-1.0

0
-1.1

0
-1.4

.1

2

-.4

-.1

0
-.1

.5
0
-.2

-.7

27

31
32

.6
.1

A

1.7

1.8
0

-1.1

-\2
1.7
.3
0
-.1

.8
0
0

28
29
30
.

.7
0
0

.5

-.1

A

.1

.7

.6

.3

66.6

75.7

719

682

70.3

76.5

83.1

1. Consists largely of contributions lor social insurance by residents of U.S. territories, Puerto Rico, and the Northem Mariana Islands.
2. Consists largely of sales of land, receipts from offshore oil leases, and Treasury receipts from sales of foreign
currencies to government agencies.
3. Taxes received from rest of the world are included in receipts in the cash budget and netted against expenditures (transfer payments) in the national income and product accounts.
4. Consists largely of sales of goods and services and interest receipts, which are recorded as receipts in the
cash budget and netted against expenditures in the national income and product accounts.
5. Consists of transfer payments, subsidies, and grants-in-aid to residents of U.S. territories. Puerto Rico, and




2

19

2

0

2

the Northern Mariana Islands.
6. includes the financial transactions of deposit insurance funds.
7. Consists largely of offshore oil leases and purchases of land and certain purchases of foreign currency from
the Treasury by Government agencies.
8. Consists largely of real estate transactions, sales of military equipment toforeigncountries, purchases of farm
commodities, and purchases of defense equipment and supplies.
9. Consists largely of net expenditures offoreigncurrencies, grants to the District of Columbia, and net purchases
of silver and minor coin metal.

Table 4.1 .—Foreign Transactions in the National Income and Product Accounts: Annual, 1929-58, and Quarterly, 1946-58
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
Line
Receipts from rest ol the world ..
Exports of goods and services
Merchandise1
Durable
Nondurable
Services1
2

1
2
3
4
5
6

1929

1931

1930

7.1

4.4
3.9
1.5
2.4
.5

3.1

1932

1941

1940

1942

1943

'

3.0

3 JS

3.6

4.7

4.4

4.6

5.4

6.1

5.0

4.6

2.9
2.5
.9
1.6
.4

2.0
1.7
.5
1.2
.3

2.0
1.7
.5
1.2
.3

2.6
2.2
.8
1.4
.3

2.8
2.4
1.0
1.5
.4

3.0
2.6
1.1
1.5
.4

4.0
3.5
1.7
1.7
.6

3.8
3 2
1.5
1.7
.5

3.9
3.3
1.7
1.7
.6

4.8
4.1
2.6
1.6
.7

5.4
4.5
2.9
1.7
.9

4.3
3.4
2.3
1.1
.9

3.9
2.9
2.0
.9
1.0

7

1.1

1.0

8

0

0

9

7.1

10
11
12
13
14

5.6
4.5
1.3
3.2
1.1

£

JS

2.3
1.0

1.7
.8

3

1939

1938

2.4

Capital grants received by the United Stat es (net)
Payments to rest of the world

1937

1936

1935

2 JS

Receipts of factor income

Imports of goods and services
Merchandise1
Durable
Nondurable
Services'

1934

1933

3.7

5.5

.5

.8

.4

.4

.5

.7

.6

.7

.6

.7

.6

0

0

0

0

0

14

3.0

3.3

3.6

4.7

4.4

4.6

22

3.0
2.5
.7
1.8
.5

3.2
2.5
.7
1.8
.6

4.0
3.2
1.0
2.2
.8

2.8

3.1
2.4
.7
1.7
.7

3.4
2.7
1.0
1.7
.7

5.5

3.7

2.5

4.1
3.1

2.9
2.1

1.9
1.3
.2
1.1
.6

1.8
.4
1.3
.5

22

.6
1.6
.7

.7
0

6.1

5.4

1.9
1.5
.3
1.2
.4

0

0
5.0

4.6

4.4
3.4
1.4
2.1
1.0

0

0

.7

0

0

0

4.6
2.7
1.0
1.8
1.9

6.3
3.4
1.0
2.5
2.8

Payments of factor income

15

.4

.3

.3

2

.1

.2

2

.3

.3

2

.3

2

.2

.2

.3

Transfer payments (net)
From persons (net)
From government (net)
From business

16
17
18
19

.4
.3
0
0

.3
.3
0
0

.3
.3
0
0

2
2

.2
.2
0
0

2
2

2
2

2
2

2
2

2
2

2
2

2
2

.2
2

.2
-.1
0

Net foreign investment

20

.7

2

-2.1

Line

J&
1944

0
0
2

1946

1945

1947

1949

1948

.1
0

-.1

.4

2

0
0
-.1

2

1951

1950

1952

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

12

0
0

0
0

.2
.1
.1
0

1.0

1.5

1.3

-.1

1954

1953

1957

1956

1955

2

1958

1

5JS

7A

15.2

20.3

17.5

16.4

14.5

19.8

192

18.1

18 J

21.1

25.2

28.2

24.4

Exports of goods and services
Merchandise1
Durable
Nondurable
Services1

2
3
4
5
6

4.8
3.6
2.4
12

6.7
5.4
2.8
2.5
1.3

14.1
11.8
5.0
6.7
2.3

18.7
16.1
8.5
7.6
2.6

15.5
13.3
6.6
6.6
2.2

14.4
122
6.1
6.1
2.2

12.3
102
5.1
5.1
2.1

17.0
14.2
6.6
7.6
2.8

16.3
13.4
6.9
6 JS
2.9

152
12.4
6.9
5.5
2.8

15.7
12.9
7.1
5.8
2.8

17.6
14.4
82
62
3.2

21.2
17.6
9.8
7.8
3.6

23.9
19.6
10.9
8.6
4.3

20.4
16.4
9.0
7.4
4.0

Receipts of factor income2

7

.8

1.1

1.6

2.0

1.9

2.2

2.8

2.9

2.9

3.1

3.5

4.0

4.3

3.9

Capital grants received by the United States (net)

8

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

9

5 JS

7A

15.2

20.3

17.5

16.4

14.5

19.8

192

18.1

18.8

21.1

25.2

282

24.4

10
11
12
13
14

6.9
3.8
1.1
3.1

7.5
3.9
12
2.7
3.7

7.0
5.1
1.5
3.6
1.9

7.9
6.0
1.8
4.2
2.0

10.1
7.6
2.4
5.2
2.5

92
6.9
2.1
4.8
2.4

11.6
9.1
3.0
6.1
2.5

14.6
112
3.8
7.4
3.4

15.3
10.8
4.1
6.7
4.5

16.0
11.0
4.1
6.9
5.0

15.4
10.4
3.6
6.7
5.1

172
11.5
4.5
7.1
5.7

18.9
12.8
5.2
7.6
6.1

19.9
13.3
5.3
8.0
6.7

20.0
13.0
5.0
8.0
7.1

Receipts from rest ol the world

Payments to rest of the world
Imports of goods and services
Merchandise1
Durable
Nondurable
Services'
3

\2

.8

2.7

.9

1.0

1.1

1.2

12

.5
2.0
0

2.3
.5
1.8
0

2.5
.4
2.1
0

2.4
.5
1.9
0

2.3
.5
1.8
0

2.3
.4
1.8
0

-1.3

2

.4

2.8

4.8

.9

Payments of factor income

15

.3

.4

.4

.4

.5

.6

.7

.8

A

Transfer payments (net)
From persons (net)
From government (net)
From business

16
17
18
19

.3
.4
-.1
0

.8
.5
.4
0

2.9
.7
2.3
0

2.6
.7
2.0
0

4.5
.7
3.9
0

5.6
.5
5.1
0

4.0
.4
3.6
0

3.5
.4
3.1
0

2.5

25

.4
2.1
0

Net foreign investment

20

-2.0

-1.3

4.9

9.3

2.4

.9

-1.8

.9

.6

1946

Receipts from rest of the wortd
Exports of goods and services
Merchandise1
Durable
Nondurable
Services'

1947

14.0

15.3

16.5

14.9

13.0
10.3
4.4
5.9
2.7

14.2
5.1
6.9
22

15.4
13.1
5.6
7.5
2.3

13.6
11.5
4.9
6.6
2.1

18.3
15.7
8.2
7.5
2.6

12

Receipts of factor income1

1.0

1.0

1.1

Capital grants received by the United States (net)

0

0

Payments to rest of the world

Transfer payments (net)
From persons (net)
From government (net)
From business
Net foreign investment




14.0
6.6
4.5
1.3
3.2
2.0

16.5

1949

21.0

21j0

19.4

18.8

17.2

19.4
16.7
9.0
7.7
2.7

19.4
16.8
8.9
7.9
2.6

17.6
15.1
7.7
7.4
2.5

16.9
14.6
7.3
7.3
2.3

15.2
13.0
6.5
6.5

15.4
13.1

22

22

1.9

2.0

2.1

2.0

2.1

2.0

1.9

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

14.9

19.8

21.0

21.0

19.4

18.8

17.5

16.6

18.1

17.6

16.0

13.8

7.3
5.3
1.5
3.8
2.0

7.5
5.6
1.7
4.0
1.9

8.2
6.3
1.9
4.4
1.9

7.7
5.8
1.8
4.0
1.8

8.3
62
1.9
4.2
22

9.6
7.3
2.3
5.0
2.3

10.5
7.7
2.4
5.3
2.7

10.1
7.5
2.4

9.6

9.4
6.9
2.1
4.7
2.5

8.9
6.6
2.0
4.6
2.3

2.1

0

Imports of goods and services
Merchandise1
Durable
Nondurable
Services1
Payments of factor income3

1948

1.4

12.1

.9

10.0
7.6
2.4
5 2
2.4

16.6

6.6
6.6

18.1

14.6
12.4
6.2
62

16.0
13.7
6.8
6.9
2.3

22

52

2.6

72

22
5.0
2.4

13.8
15.6
132
6.6
6.6
2.4

14.0
11.9
5.9
6.0

22

12.0

10.1
5.0
5.1
1.9

9.1
6.9
4.7
2.2

.5
3.8

52
.6
4.6
0

5.2
.5
4.7
0

Table 4.1 .—Foreign Transactions in the National Income and Product Accounts: Annual, 1929-58, and Quarterly, 1948-58—Continued
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
1951

1950

1952

Une

Receipts from rest of the world .

1953

1954

145

15.8

17.4

19.8

205

21.1

21.4

17.9

18.1

122

13.5
11.3
55
5.7

15.0
125
6.1

18.0
15.1
6.7
8.4
2.9

18.1
15.1
7.1
8.0
3.0

18.6
15.4
75
7.9
3.1

165
13.4
6.8
6.6
3.0

15.1
1E4
6.6
5.8
2.7

152
125
6.8
5.7
2.7

15.0
12.1
6.7
5.4
2.9

15.1
12.3
6.8
55
2.8

15.7
12.9
72
5.7
2.8

15.1
12.3
6.9
5.5
2.7

14.3
11.6
6.4
52

16.3
13.6
7.5

2.5

17.0
14.3
6.6
7.7
2.7

2.7

2.7

2.4

2.6

29

2.8

2.9

2.9

2.9

2.8

3.0

2.8

2.8

3.0

3.0

0

Exports of goods and services .
Merchandise1
Doable..
Nondurable.,
Services' .

0

0

0

0

0

0

102
5.1
5.1
2.0

Receipts of factor income * ,

6.4

22

2.4

Capital grants received by the United States (net) .
Payments to rest of the world

145

15.8

17.4

195

20.8

21.1

21.4

194

13.0
105
35
7.0
2.6

Imports of goods and services
Merchandise1
Durable.,
Nondurable „
Services' ,

13.7
10.9
3.7
72
2.8

14.9
11.8
4.0
7.8
3.1

152
12.0
4.1
7.9
3.1

14.3
10.8
3.7
7.1
35

14.0
10.1
3.4
6.6
3.9

15.0
10.7
3.8
6.9
4.3

14.6
10.6
4.0

0
18.1

15.3
10.8
4.2

193

173

16.3
11.3
4.5

15.8
11.0
4.4
6.6
4.8

6.6

6.8

4.0

5.1

18.4

173

173

16.3
112
4.1
7.1
52

155
102
3.5
6.7
5.3

14.8
10.0
3.4

£4

16.4
11.5
4.4
7.1
4.9

2.4
.5
1.9
0

6.1

2.1

16.2
11.0
3.7
7.4
5.1

6.6

4.8

Payments of factor income3
Transfer payments (net)
From persons (net)
From government (net)...
From business

3.4
.4
3.0
0

25
.5
2.1
0

-1.7

Netforeigninvestment

3.0
.4
2.6
0

-1.0

-1.3

1955

1956

U

III

1

205

203

215

Exports of goods and services
Merchandise1
Durable
Nondurable
Services1

2
3
4
5
6

17.2
14.2
8.0
62
3.0

16.8
13.8
7.9
5.9
3.0

Receipts of factor income2

7

3.4

Capital grants received by the United States (net)

8

Receipts from rest of the world

Payments to rest of the world
Imports of goods and services
Merchandise1
Durable
Nondurable
Services1

IV

0

1.9
.4
1.5
0

1957

Une
I

5
1.9

III

IV

I

II

213

233

24.8

253

18.1
14.8
8.5
6.3
3.3

183
14.9
85
6.4
3.3

19.3
15.9
8.9
7.0
3.4

20.8
172
9.6
7.6
3.6

21.7
18.1
10.1

35

3.6

3.7

4.0

4.0

0

0

0

0

0

9

20.6

203

215

213

10
11
12
13
14

162
11.1
4.1
7.0
5.1

17.1
11.2
4.3
6.9
5.9

17.4
11.3
45
6.8
6.1

18.1
125
4.9
7.6
5.6

1958

1

II

263

29.1

283

282

37

23.0
19.1
10.6
85
3.9

24.8
20.6
115
9.1
42

24.3
20.1
11.2
8.9
4.2

23.6
19.4
10.8
8.6
4.2

4.1

3.8

4.3

4.6

4.5

3.8

3.9

3.9

3.9

4.0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

233

243

253

263

29.1

28.9

28 2

26.7

24.4

24,4

24.4

24.4

18.9
13.0
5.1
7.9
5.9

19.0
12.7
5.1
7.6
6.3

19.3
12.6
4.9
7.7
6.6

185
12.9
5.5
7.4
5.7

20.1
132
52
8.0
6.9

20.3
13.4
5.4
8.0
6.9

19.8
13.1
52
7.9
6.7

19.6
13.5
5.3
82
6.1

19.5
12.6
4.9
7.7
6.9

20.1
12.7
4.7
8.0
7.4

19.7
12.8
5.0
7.8
7.0

20.8
13.8
5.4
8.4
7.0

11
1

IV

1

II

26.7

24.4

24.4

24.4

24.4

22.9
18.1
10.1
8.0
43

20.4
16.6
9.2
7.3
3.9

20.4
16.3
8.7
7.6
4.1

20.5
16.4
8.9
7.5
4.0

20.5
16.3
9.1
72
4.1

III

IV

Payments of factor income3

15

3

1.0

1.0

1.0

1.1

1.0

1.1

1.1

1.1

1.1

12

12

12

1.1

12

1.3

Transfer payments (net)
From persons (net)
From government (net)
From business

16
17
18
19

3.0
.4
2.6
0

2.4
.4
2.0
0

2.3
.4
1.9
0

2.3
.4
13
0

2.3
.5
1.8
0

2.4
.5
2.0
0

2.4
5
1.9
0

25
.5
2.0
0

2.3
.5
1.7
0

2.6
5
2.1
0

2.2
.5
1.7
0

2.2
.5
1.8
0

2.2
.4
1.7
0

2.3
.4
1.8
0

2.3
.4
1.9
0

2.4
.4
1.9
0

Netforeigninvestment

20

.6

-2

.9

.5

1.0

2.3

3.1

4.6

5.6

4.9

5.0

3.7

1.6

.9

12

0

1

» i m p o r t s of certain goods, primarily military equipment purchased and sold by the Federal Governent are «nduded in services.
£
> consists largely of receipts by U.S. residents of interest and dividends and reinvested earnings of foreign affili-




ates of U.S. corporations.
3. Consists largely of payments to foreign residents of interest and dividends and reinvested earnings of U.S.
affiliates of foreign corporations.

Table 4.2.—Exports and Imports of Goods and Services and Receipts and Payments of Factor Income in Constant Dollars:
Annual, 1929-58, and Quarterly, 1947-58
[Billions of 1987 dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
Line

1929

1930

1931

29.8
25.3
10.0
15.4
45

1941

1940

1939
32.7
27.6
13.9
13.7
5.1

30.7
25.9
12.0
13.9
4.8

31.9
26.3
13.0
13.3
5.7

25.3
20.9
9.0
11.9
4.5

23.9
19.5
7.7
11.8
4.3

1938

1937

1936

1935

22.3
18.3
6.9
11.4
4.0

19.9
16.4
4.6
11.8
3.5

19.6
16.3
4.4
11.8
3.3

24.7
20.8
7.5
13.2
3.9

1934

1933

37.5
32.1
19.9
12.2
5.4

1942

39.1
33.3
21.1
12 2
5.8

1943

26.3
20.5
14.0
6.4
5.8

22.3
16.0
11.0
5.0
6.3

Exports of goods and services
Merchandise1
Durable
Nondurable
Services1

1
2
3
4
5

Receipts of factor Income2

6

83

8.4

6.8

5.3

4.5

4.1

4.8

52

6.4

5.8

62

5.5

6.2

5.7

5.6

Imports of goods and services

7
8
9
10
11

34.1
28.1
7.5
20.6
6.0

30.1
24.3
6.1
18.2
5.8

27.0
21.8
4.4
17.4
52

22.0
17.3
3.0
142
4.8

22.9
18.9
4.1
14.8
4.1

23.4
19.3
4.7
14.7
4.0

31.1
26.7
7.0
19.7
4.4

30.4
25.6
7.0
18.6
4.8

33.8
28.4
8.4
19.9
5.5

26.5
21.8
6.0
15.9
4.7

28.1
23.6
7.0
16.6
4.4

29.2
24.6
8.8
15.7
4.7

36.3
28.1
10.9
17.2
8.1

37.4
19.9
6.8
13.2
17.5

50.4
24.1
6.6
17.5
26.3

12

3.3

3.1

2.6

2.0

1.7

1.8

2.0

3.1

32

2.4

2.7

2.6

2.4

22

2i

Durable
Nondurable
Services1
Payments of factor income3

Line
Exports of goods and services
Merchandise1
Durable
Nondurable
Services1

36.0
30.9
12.8
18.1
5.1

1932

1944

1
2
3
4
5

1945

1946

32.8
25.0
13.2
11.8
7.8

24.6
17.2
11.5
5.6
7.4

1949

1948

1947
79.1
68.4
36.0
32.4
10.7

66.7
56.0
23.9
32.1
10.7

60.7
51.1
25.5
25.6
9.6

1951

1950
53.0
43.9
21.8
22.1
9.1

59.9
50.3
25.1
25.2
9.5

1956

1955

1954

1953

1952

64.3
53.1
24.7
28.4
11.1

62.3
51.0
26.3
24.7
11.3

59.5
48.4
26.9
21.5
11.1

62.2
50.9
28.1
22.8
11.3

67.7
55.4
31.5
23.9
12.3

1958

1957

78.0
642
35.8
28.4
13.8

85.0
69.3
38.7
30.6
15.7

73.7
58.8
32.3
26.6
14.8

Receipts of factor Income2

6

6,0

5.7

6.5

8.5

10.1

9.8

103

13.0

13.4

13.1

13.9

15.5

16.9

17.8

15.9

Imports of goods and services
Merchandise1
Durable
Nondurable
Services'

7
8
9
10
11

53.5
25.5
6.9
18.6
28.0

56.7
24.9
7.0
17.8
31.9

40.2
28.2
7.8
20.4
12.0

37.1
272
7.9
19.4
9.9

44.1
31.4
9.5
21.9
12.7

42.5
30.5
9.0
21.6
12.0

49.7
37.4
11.6
25.8
12.4

53.2
36.9
11.7
25.2
16.3

59.9
38.2
13.3
24.8
21.8

66.6
40.5
14.0
26.4
26 2

64.4
38.0
122
25.8
26.4

72.9
43.1
15.2
27.8
29.9

792
47.6
17.5
30.1
31.6

83.4
49.6
18.0
31.6
33.8

88.5
51.5
18.0
33.6
37.0

Payments of factor income3

12

2.8

3.3

2.6

2.7

3.0

3.4

3.7

4.0

4.0

4.3

4.4

4.8

5.0

5.1

5.3

IV

I

II

11
1

50.7
41.9
20.9
21.0
8.8

51.4
42.4
21.2
212
9.0

52.8
43.9
21.8
22.1
8.9

57.1
47.5
23.4
24.1
9.6

1947

1948

1949

1950

Line
1
Exports of goods and services
Merchandise1
Durable
Nondurable
Services1

1
2
3
4
5

II

11
1

IV

I

II

11
1

80.1
69.6
36.1
33.5
10.5

82.9
71.8
38.6
33.2
11.1

80.7
69.9
37.1
32.8
10.8

723
62 2
32.0
30.2
10.3

65.6
55.8
28.0
27.8
9.9

59.1
49.7
24.8
24.9
9.4

60.1
50.6
25.3
25.3
9.6

IV

I

II

III

57.9
48.4
24.1
24.3
9.5

64.8
54.7
27.3
27.4
102

64.3
53.9
26.9
27.0
10.4

59.1
49.7
24.8
24.9
9.4

51.3
43.0
21.5
21.6
82

IV

Receipts of factor income2

6

7.8

8.4

8.4

92

9.8

10.1

10*

10.1

102

9.9

9.8

9.1

9.7

10.2

11.6

11.6

Imports of goods and services
Merchandise1
Durable
Nondurable
Services1

7
8
9
10
11

37.0
27.3
7.7
19.5
9.7

39.0
29.3
8.4
20.9
9.7

35.4
26.1
7.6
18.5
9.3

372
262
7.7
18.5
10.9

41.6
30.0
9.1
20.9
11.6

43.3
31.3
9.5
21.8
12.1

45.9
32.1
9.7
22.4
13.8

45.4
32.2
9.6
22.6
13.3

43.6
31.3
92
22.1
12.4

43.1
30.4
9.1
21.4
12.7

41.4
29.7
8.6
21.1
11.7

42.0
30.7
9.0
21.7
11.3

42.8
31.3
9.3
22.0
11.5

45.1
332
102
23.1
11.9

55.4
42.8
13.4
29.4
12.5

55.7
42.0
13.4
28.6
13.6

Payments of factor income3

12

23

2.6

2.7

3.1

2.9

2.9

3.3

2.9

3.4

3.3

3.4

3.5

3.6

3.7

3.8

3.8

1951

1952

1954

1953

Line
I

II

III

59.5
49.3
23.9
25.3
10.3

65.1
54.0
25.0
28.9
11.1

66.5
55.1
24.4
30.6
11.4

IV

I

II

11
1

69.8
57.5
28.1
29.4
12.3

62.5
50.8
25.8
24.9
11.8

58.0
47.3
25.1
222
10.6

IV

I

II

III

58.4
46.9
26.1
20.8
11.5

58.9
47.9
26.6
21.3
11.1

61.4
50.3
28.0
22.3
11.1

11
1

I

IV

II

56.6
45.7
25.2
20.5
11.0

64.6
53.7
29.6
24.1
10.9

IV
65.0
53.4
29.5
24.0
11.6

Exports of goods and services
Merchandise1
Durable
Nondurable
Services1

1
2
3
4
5

Receipts of factor Income2

6

112

13.0

13.5

14.1

13.3

13.7

13.5

132

13.1

13.6

12.6

13.0

13.5

13.5

13.6

14.8

Imports of goods and services
Merchandise1
Durable
Nondurable
Services1

7
8
9
10
11

562
41.3
13.3
28.1
14.9

54.7
39.7
12.6
27.1
15.0

512
34.5
10.8
23.6
16.7

50.7
32.1
10.0
22.1
18.5

57.1
36.4
11.8
24.6
20.7

56.6
36.9
12.7
242
19.7

60.3
38.4
13.7
24.7
21.9

65.8
40.9
15.2
25.8
24.8

65.0
40.1
14.9
252
25.0

68.0
42.4
15.1
27.3
25.6

68.1
41.3
14.0
27.3
26.8

65.4
38.0
12.1
25.9
27.3

61.7
36.7
11.6
25.1
25.0

67.3
40.6
12.4
28.2
26.7

63.9
37.5
12.7
24.7
26.4

64.9
37.4
12.3
25.1
27.5

Payments of factor income3

12

4.1

4.1

4.1

4.0

3.8

4.0

4.1

42

42

42

4.3

4.6

4.4

4.4

4.3

4.3

66.0
542
25.5
28.7
11.8

1955

58.7
48.3
262
22.1
10.4

1956

II

III

67.0
55.3
31.0
242
11.7

65.3
53.4
30.5
22.8
11.9

69.3
56.6
32.4
24.2
12.7

IV

II

Exports of goods and services
Merchandise1
Durable
Nondurable
Services1

1
2
3
4
5

Receipts of factor income2

6

152

15.4

15.6

153

Imports of goods and services
Merchandise1
Durable
Nondurable
Services'

7
8
9
10
11

68.0
41.3
14.1
272
26.7

72.8
41.9
14.8
27.1
30.9

74.5
42.3
152
27.0
322

76*
463
16.7
30.0
29.7

Payments of factor income3

12

4.5

4.8

43

43

5.0

69.4
56.5
32.2
24.3
12.8

72.3
59.4
33.1
26.3
12.9

IV

I

II

III

88.7
73.5
41.0
32.5
15.2

863
71.1
39.7
31.4
15.2

84.0
68.6
33.3
30.3
15.4

1

IV

II

11
1

72.7
58.7
32.7
26.0
14.0

73.2
582
31.2
27.1
15.0

74.0
59.1
32.0
27.1
14.9

77.0
63.3
35.3
28.1
13.6

79.5
65.6
36.6
29.1
13.9

172

17.0

173

153

18.0

19.0

183

15.7

16.1

16.0

15.7

79.1
48.7
17.4
31.3
30.5

79.7
47.3
17.3
30.0
32.4

812
47.0
16.7
30.3
342

76.8
47.6
18.7
28.9
29.2

83.3
48.6
17.5
31.1
34.6

84.0
49.5
182
312
34.6

82.7
48.8
17.6
31.1
33.9

83.6
51.3
18.4
32.9
322

85.8
49.3
17.0
32.3
36.4

893
50.6
16.5
34.1
38.9

87.4
51.2
18.1
33.1
36.2

43

5.1

5.1

5.1

5.1

52

52

5.3

5.0

5.2

1. Exports and imports of certain goods, primarily military equipment purchased and sold by the Federal Government, are included in services.
2, Consists largely of receipts by U.S. residents of interest and dividends and reinvested earnings of foreign affili-




III

62.4
50.8
28.0
22.8
11.5

1958

1957

Line
1

59.4
48.5
27.0
21.5
10.9

83.2
68.5
382
30.4
14.6

81.0
64.0
35.7
28.3
17.0

ates of U.S. corporations.
3. Consists largely of payments to foreign residents of interest and dividends and reinvested earnings of U.S.
affiliates of foreign corporations.

Table 4.5.—Relation of Foreign Transactions in the National Income and Product Accounts (NIPA's) to the Corresponding Items
in the Balance of Payments Accounts (BPA's): 1946-58
[Billions of dollars]
Une
Exports of goods, services, and income, BPA's .
Less: Gold, BPA's1
Capital gains, net of losses, in direct
investment income receipts, BPA's2.
Transfers of goods and services under military
grant programs, net3.
Statistical differences4
Other items
Plus: Adjustment for U.S. territories and Puerto Rico6 .
Services furnished without payment by financial
intermediaries except life insurance carriers
and private noninsured pension plans.
Adjustment for grossing of parentfaffiliate
transactions r .
Other items8
Equals: Exports of goods and services and
receipts of factor income, NIPA's.
imports of goods, services, and income, BPA's
Less: Gold, BPA's1
Capital gains, net of losses, in direct
investment income payments, BPA's2.
Statistical differences4
Plus: Gold. NIPA's1 .
Adjustment for U.S. territories and Puerto
Rico6.
Imputed interest paid to rest of the world ..
Adjustment for arossing of parent/affiliate
transactions'
Other items9
Equals: Imports of goods and services and
payments of factor income, NIPA's.
Balance on goods, services, and income, BPA's (112).
Less: Gold (2-13+16)
Capital gains, net of losses, in direct
investment income, BPA's (3-14).
Statistical differences (5-15)
Plus: Adjustment for U.S. territories and Puerto Rico(717).
Other items (-4-6+10-20)
Equals: Net exports of goods and services and net
receipts of factor Income, NIPA's (11-21).

1947

1946

1948

1949

1950

1951

1952

1
2
3

15.1
0

20.2
0

4

0

0

0

0

0

0

5
6
7
8

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

.1

17.5
0

.1

16.3
0

.1

14.4
0

.1

19.7
0

.1

1954

1953

19.1
0

1955

18.0
0

18.7
0

0

0

0

0
0

0
0

0
0

.1

.1

1956

21.0
0

1957

1958

25.0
0

28.1
0

24.2
0

0

0

0

0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
'0

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

.2

9

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

10
11

0
15.2

0
20.3

0
17.5

0
16.4

0
14.5

0
19.8

0
19.2

0
18.1

0
18.8

0
21.1

0
25 2

0
281

0
24.4

12
13
14

7.0
0

8.3
0

10.5
0

9.8
0

12.2
0

15.3
0

16.0
0

16.8
0

16.2
0

18.1
0

19 3
0

21.0
0

21.1
0

15
16
17

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

18
19

.1
0

o'1

.1
0

.1
0

.1
0

.1
0

0

0

0

0

0

0

20
21

.3
7.3

0
8.4

0
10.6

0
9.8

0
123

0
15.4

0
16.1

0
16.9

0
16.3

0
18 2

0
20.0

0
21.1

.1

.1

.1

0
0

0
0

.1

.1

0
0

2

.1
0

0
21.2

22

8.1

115

63

6J>

22

4.4

3.1

1.2

15

2.9

5.2

7.1

22

23
24

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

25
26

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

27
28

-.3
7.8

0
11.9

0
6.9

0
6.5

0

22

0
4.4

0
3.1

0
12

0
15

0

0

52

0
7.1

0
32

Allocations of special drawing rights, BPA's
Plus: Other items .
Equals: Capital grants received by the United
States, net, NIPA's.

29
30
31

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

Unilateral transfers, net, BPA's
Less: Transfers of goods and services under military
grant programs, net3.
Statistical differences4
Plus: Adjustment for U.S. territories and Puerto Rico6 .
Other items10
Equals: Transfer payments to rest of the world, net,
NIPA's.

32
33

2.9
0

2.6
0

4 J5
0

5.6
0

4.0
0

3 J5
0

15
0

15
0

22

2£
0

14
0

23

0

0

2.3
0

Balance on current account, BPA's (22-32)
Less: Gold (23)
Capital gains, net of losses, in direct
investment income, BPA's (24).
Statistical differences (25-34)
Other items (-27-33+36)
Plus: Capital grants received by the United States, net,
NIPA's (31).
Adjustment for U.S. territories and Puerto Rico
(26-35).
Equals: Net foreign investment, NIPA's (28+31-37) ..

34
35
36
37

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

o"

0
Z6

0
4.5

0
5.6

0
4.0

0
3.5

o"

0
15

0

0

0
2.4

0

0

3

3

23

2J5

38
39
40

52
0

9.3
0

2.4
0

0

-1.8
0

0

.6
0

41
42
43

0
.3
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

4.9

9.3

2.4

23

2J5

2

23

23
3

-1.3
0

0

0

2.8
0

4.8
0

0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

18

4.8

.4

44
45

3

1. Beginning in 1960, the treatment of net exports of gold in the NIPA's differs from that in the BPA's. BPA
pold exports (line 2) and imports (line 13) are excluded from the NIPA's. Imports of gold in the NIPA's (line 16)
is the excess of the value of gold in final sales of domestic product plus the change in business inventories over
the value of U.S. production of gold. Prior to 1967, the treatment of net exports of gold in the NIPA's and BPA's
is identical and is the same as the present NIPA treatment.
2. BPA capital gains and losses included in U.S. direct investment income abroad (line 3) and in foreign direct
investment income in the United States (line 14) are removed from the NIPA's beginning in 1974 for imports and
in 1977 for exports. Beginning in 1982, U.S. direct investment income abroad in the BPA's excludes capital gains
and losses associated with currency translation adjustments.
3. Transfers of goods and services under military grant programs, net, are classified as exports in the BPA's.
In the NIPA's, these transactions are excluded from exports and included in Federal Government purchases.
4. Consists of statistical revisions in the BPA's that have not yet been incorporated in the NIPA's.
5. Consists of arms shipments to Israel financed under the Emergency Security Act of 1973. In the NIPA's, these
arms shipments are classified as military grants, which are included in the defense purchases component of GDP
at the time they are acquired by the U.S. Government Their transfer abroad is not reflected in the NIPA's.
6. Consists of transactions between the United States and its territories, Puerto Rico, and the Northern Mariana
Islands. The treatment of U.S. territories, Puerto Rico, and the Northern Mariana Islands in the NIPA's differs from
that in the BPA's. In the NIPA's they are included in the rest of the world; in the BPA's. they are treated as part
of the United States. The adjustments to exports and imports of goods and services and to receipts and payments
of factor income are shown in lines 7 and 17, respectively. The adjustment to unilateral transfers, net (line 35)
consists only of transfer payments from persons because transfer payments, subsidies, and grants-in-aid from the
Federal Government to residents of U.S. territories, Puerto Rico, ana the Northern Mariana Islands are excluded




23

-1.8

3

J5

-1.3

2

.4

3

from NIPA transfer payments to rest of the world.
7. In the BPA's, services and income transactions between parents and affiliates are recorded on a net basis.
In BPA exports, U.S. parents' receipts from foreign affiliates tor interest, royalties, license fees, and other services
are net of such payments by U.S. parents to foreign affiliates. In BPA imports, U.S. affiliates' payments to foreign
parents for interest, royalties, license fees, and other services are net of such receipts by U.S. affiliates from foreign
parents. In the NIPA's, these transactions are recorded on a gross basis beginning with 1974. The amount of adjustment "is identical in exports and imports and, thus, does not affect NIPA net exports of goods and services, net
receipts of factor income, or net foreign investment
8. Consists of foreign taxes withheld on direct investment income receipts of U.S. parents from their foreign affiliates and on income receipts by U.S. affiliates from their foreign parents. (Other factor income receipts in the BPA's
are recorded gross of foreign taxes withheld).
9. Consists of shipments to the United States from Alaska and Hawaii. These are added to imports in 1946
to adjust to geographic coverage of imports to the 48-State coverage used in the NIPA's prior to 1960. From 1947
through 1959, such shipments are negligible. Beginning with 1960, the adjustment is not required because Alaska
and Hawaii gained statehood in late 1959. Also includes U.S. taxes withheld on factor income earned in the United
States by rest of the world that are not included in these income payments in the BPA's.
10. Consists of financing provided to Israel in accordance with the Emergency Security Act of 1973: a U.S. Government payment to India under the Agricultural Trade Development and Assistance Act: write- offs of loan principal
owed to the U.S. Government, which are a type of financial transaction that is excluded from the NIPA's; and taxes
paid to (or withheld by) foreign governments by U.S. residents net of taxes paid by rest of the world to the U.S.
Government

5. Saving and Investment
Table 5.1 .—Gross Saving and Investment: Annual, 1929-58, and Quarterly, 1946-58
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
Line
Gross saving

1930

1929

1934

1933

1932

1931

1938

1937

1936

1935

1942

1941

1940

1939

1943

1

16.4

11.8

5.3

1.1

1.3

3.7

63

7.3

12.4

75

9.0

14.1

19.0

113

53
502
32.6
5.B

Gross private saving
Personal saving
Undistributed corporate profits with inventory
valuation and capital consumption adjustment.
Undistributed profits
Inventory valuation adjustment
Capital consumption adjustment
Corporate consumption of fixed capital
Noncorporate consumption of fixed capital
Wage accruals less disbursements

2
3
4

15.4
2.5
3.0

12.1
1.8
.6

8.2
1.3
-2.2

2.8
-1.5
-3.6

2.6
-1.7
-3.3

5.9
-.5
-1.4

83
1.4
-.4

103
2.9
-.4

11.9
2.8
.2

9.0
-2
.1

11.4
1.7
.7

145
2.9
2.3

228
9.8
2.8

42.5
26.9
4.4

5
6
7
8
9
10

3.4
.5
-.9
5.5
4.5
0

-2.0
3.3
-.7
5.3
4.4
0

-4.2
2.4
-.4
5.0
4.1
0

-4.4
1.0
-.3
4.4
3.5
0

-.8
-2.1
-.3
4.3
3.4
0

-2
-.6
-.6
4.4
3.5
0

.4
-.2
-.6
4.4
3.5
0

1.0
-.7
-.6
4.4
3.6
0

1.3
0
-1.1
4.9
4.0
0

.2
1.0
-1.1
5.0
4.1
0

2.4
-.7
-1.0
4.9
4.1
0

3.6
-2
-1.1
5.1
4.3
0

6.3
-25
-1.0
5.6
4.7
0

6.4
-1.2
-.8
6.1
5.1
0

Government surplus or deficit (-), national income
and product accounts.
Federal
State and local

11

1.0

-.3

-2.9

-13

-13

-22

-20

-3.2

3

-15

-2.4

-5

-3.8

-312

-443

12
13

1.2
-2

.3
-.6

-2.1
-.8

-1.5
-.3

-1.2
-.1

-2.7
.5

-2.5
.6

-3.7
.5

-.3
.7

-1.8
.4

-2.4
0

-1.1
.6

-5.1
1.3

-33.0
1.8

-46.8
2.4

0

0

0

7.0
-.8
-.5
6.3
5.3
2 .

14

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

15

17.4

11.3

6.1

1.3

1.8

4.1

6.6

8.6

12.4

82

10.4

15.2

19.5

10.4

4.0

Gross private domestic investment
Net foreign investment

16
17

16.7
.8

10.6
.7

5.9
2

1.1
2

1.7
.2

3.7
.4

6.7
-.1

8.7
-.1

122
.2

7.1
1.2

9.3
1.0

13.6
1.5

18.2
1.3

10.5
-.1

6.1'
-2.1

Statistical discrepancy

18

1.0

-5

3

2

5

.4

-2

13

0

.7

1.3

1.1

-3

-1.9

Gross saving

1

33

5.6

355

425

51.7

36.6

51.4

583

523

522

51.6

682

77.7

773

66.5

Capital grants received by the United States (net) ..
Gross Investment

Une

1944

1945

1947

1946

1949

1948

1950

0

0

1952

1951

1953

1954

5

1955

1957

1956

1958

Gross private saving
Personal saving
Undistributed corporate profits with inventory
valuation and capital consumption adjustment.
Undistributed profits
Inventory valuation adjustment
Capital consumption adjustment
Corporate consumption of fixed capital
Noncorporate consumption of fixed capital
Wage accruals less disbursements

2
3
4

55.0
36.5
63

455
28.6
4.5

303
13.6
2.5

282
5.0
5.5

42.4
10.8
11.1

39.8
6.9
11.0

44.4
12.3
8.5

527
16.5
9.0

56.3
17.3
10.0

573
18.0
9.0

583
16.2
102

65.3
15.9
15.0

72.3
21.3
13.0

76.4
22.6
12.8

77A
24.0
10.6

5
6
7
8
9
10

6.9
-.3
2
6.4
5.6
-2

4.7
-.6
.4
6.5
5.9
0

102
-5.3
-2.4
7.6
6.6
0

14.3
-5.9
-2.9
92
8.4
0

16.4
-22
-32
10.7
9.7
0

12.2
1.9
-3.0
11.5
10.4
0

16.4
-5.0
-3.0
12.3
11.3
0

13.6
-1.2
-3.4
14.2
12.9
0

122
1.0
-3.1
152
13.9
-.1

12.4
-1.0
-2.5
16.3
14.6
0

12.3
-.3
-1.7
172
15.2
0

17.1
-1.7
-.3
18.3
16.1
0

16.9
-2.7
-12
20.6
175
0

15.6
-1.5
-1.3
22.7
18.4
0

12.1
-.3
-1.3
23.7
19.0
0

Government surplus or deficit (-), national income
and product accounts.
Federal
State and local

11

-51.7

-39.9

52

14.4

9.4

-32

73

55

-3.5

-5.7

-72

23

5.4

3

-103

12
13

-54.4
2.7

-425
25

3.3
1.9

13.4
1.0

92
.1

-2.5
-.7

8.2
-12

6.0
-.4

-3.4
-.1

-5.9
.1

-6.1
-1.1

4.2
-1.3

6.3
-.9

22
-1.4

-85
-2.4

14

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

15

5.9

95

362

443

505

37.6

52.4

612

54.7

55.0

54.1

69.4

75.0

75.4

65.4

Gross private domestic investment
Net foreign investment

16
17

7.8
-2.0

10.9
-1.3

31.3
4.9

35.0
9.3

48.1
2.4

36,7
.9

54.2
-1.8

60.3
.9

54.0
.6

56.3
-1.3

53.8
2

69.0
.4

722
2.8

70.6
4.8

645
.9

Statistical discrepancy

18

2.6

3.9

.7

13

-1.2

1.0

13

2.9

13

23

2.4

12

-23

-1.9

-1.1

Capital grants received by the United States (net) ..
Gross investment

1946

1947

1950

1949

1948

Une
1
Gross saving
Gross private saving
Persona! saving
Undistributed corporate profits with inventory
valuation and capital consumption adjustment
Undistributed profits
Inventory valuation adjustment
Capital consumption adjustment
Corporate consumption of fixed capital
Noncorporate consumption of fixed capital
Wage accruals less disbursements
Government surplus or deficit (-), national income
and product accounts.
Federal
State and local

II

III

IV

1

II

III

1

273

36.0

38.6

403

423

403

2
3
4

33.1
16.8
3.0

315
152
3.4

28.0
11.7
1.5

285
10.6
2.1

26.9
8.0
2.3

5
6
7
8
9
10

5.7
-12
-1.5
6.5
6.1
.7

8.4
-2.8
-2.2
72
6.4
-.8

12.4
-8.1
-2.8
8.0
6.8
0

14.3
-8.9
-32
8.6
72
0

11

-5.8

4.6

10.6

12
13

-7.9
2.1

25
2.1

8.8
1.8

III

IV

I

II

35.2

362

313

40.1

47.7

39.1
6.4
11.1

41.0
6.9
12.1

36.8
6.0
8.7

46.6
16.5
7.6

43.7
12 2
8.4

13.8
1.4
-3.1
11.3
10.3
.1

11.3
2.8
-3.1
11.5
10.5
-.3

12.1
3.0
-3.0
11.5
10.4
0

11.4
2
-2.9
11.6
10.6
0

11.0
-.7
-2.7
11.8
10.7
0

14.7
-3.3
-2.9
12.0
11.0
0

4.9

.7

-33

-43

-5.1

-65

4.0

4.9
0

.8
-.1

-3.1
-.8

-4.0
-3

-3.9
-12

-5.1
-1.4

5.7
-1.7

IV

I

403

46.0

50.4

53.2

523

51.3

432

255
2.0
6.3

302
6.0
6.4

293
4.1
72

36.1
6.6
102

413
10.3
115

45.0
13.8
10.5

46.4
12.7
12.2

425
8.7
12.1

152
-9.7
-3.3
9.0
7.8
0

13.7
-4.7
-2.8
9.1
8.2
0

13.3
-4.0
-2.8
9.3
8.5
0

152
-52
-2.8
9.6
8.9
0

15.9
-2.9
-2.8
10.0
9.2
.1

17.4
-2.9
-3.1
10.4
9.5
.1

16.7
-2.8
-3.4
11.1
9.9
-2

15.6
-.1
-3.4
11.3
10.2
.1

115

16.0

14.7

105

162

143

11.3

7.0

9.9
1.5

14.7
1.3

13.4
1.3

9.9
.7

15.4
5

13.9
.4

11.1
2

7.0
0

III

II

IV

I

II

14

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

15

28.9

373

39.7

392

43.0

423

43.0

49.0

493

51.0

51.4

49.8

43.1

35.6

373

34.0

43.4

48.6

Gross private domestic investment
Net foreign investment

16
17

25.1
3.8

322
4.9

33.3
6.5

34.6
4.5

33.6
9.4

32.4
9.9

32.9
10.1

412
7.8

44.9
4.9

48.0
3.0

50.4
.9

49.0
.8

40.9
22

33.9
1.7

372
.6

35.0
-1.0

44.4
-1.0

49.9
-1.3

Statistical discrepancy

18

1.6

1.0

12

-.8

.1

2.0

2.1

3.0

-.6

-22

-5

-15

-.1

.4

1.6

22

3.3

13

Capital grams received by the United States (net)...
Gross Investment




0

0

Table 5.1 .—Gross Saving and Investment: Annual, 1929-58, and Quarterly, 1948-58-Continued
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
1950

1951

1952

1953

Line.
III
Gross saving

IV

1

II

11
1

1

53.4

64.5

58.7

61.8

57.4

IV

1

II

III

552

56.3

49.7

51.6

1954

1

II

III

53.7

54.0

53.9

53.7

IV

IV

1

II

III

IV

47.1

48.7

49.1

51.7

57.1

Gross private saving
Personal saving
Undistributed corporate profits with inventory
valuation and capital consumption adjustment
Undistributed profits
Inventory valuation adjustment
Capital consumption adjustment
Corporate consumption of fixed capital
Noncorporate consumption of fixed capital
Wage accruals less disbursements

2
3
4

38.4
5.8
8.5

48.8
14.5
9.3

41.1
9.9
4.8

54.8
19.4
8.6

57.7
18.8
11.4

57 A
18.2
11.2

56.7
17.4
10.8

54.0
15.7
9.1

57.4
19.4
9.1

57.3
16.4
11.1

57.9
16.7
11.1

58.9
18.8
9.4

582
18.1
8.8

56.7
18.6
6.7

58.9
18.6
8.6

57.4
15.3
9.9

57.9
150
10.3

61.3
160
12.2

5
6
7
8
9
10

18.8
-7.3
-3.0
125
11.5
0

212
-8.5
-3.4
13.1
11.9
.1

17.1
-8.7
-3.6
13.8
12.5
2

13.1
-1.0
-3.4
14.1
12.8
-2

112
3.5
-3.3
14.3
13.1
.1

12.8
1.5
-3.1
14.6
13.4
.1

12.7
1.3
-32
14.9
13.6
.1

112
1.2
-3.3
152
13.8
.1

11.5
.7
-3.1
15.3
14.0
-.4

13.3
.8
-3.1
15.6
142
0

14.4
-.4
-2.9
15.8
14.3
0

13.6
-1.6
-2.6
162
14.5
0

132
-2.0
-2.4
16.5
14.8
0

8.5
0
-1.9
16.6
14.8
0

10,6
0
-2.0
16.9
14.9
0

11.8
0
-1.9
17.1
15.1
0

12.6
-7
-1.7
17.3
15.3
0

14.1
-.5
-1.4
17.6
15.5
0

Government surplus or deficit ( - ) , national income
and product accounts.
Federal
State and local

11

15.0

15.7

17.6

7.0

-2

-22

-5

-42

-5.7

-3.5

-3.8

-5.0

- 4 JS

-9.6

-10.3

-8.3

-62

-42

12
13

15.8
-.8

16.6
-.9

17.6
0

7.7
-.6

.6
-.8

-1,9
-.3

-2
-.3

-3.6
-.7

-6.1
.4

-3.9
.4

-3.4
-.5

-6.0
1.0

-4.7
.2

-9.5
-.1

-9.7

-7.3
-1.0

-4.7
-1.5

-2.8
-1.4

Capital grants received by the United States (net)...

14

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

15

53.5

63.9

60.4

65.4

61.7

57.3

58.9

51.1

52.8

55.8

56.5

562

56.1

51.3

51.1

51.6

54.7

58.8

Gross private domestic investment
Net foreign investment

16
17

562
-2.7

66.3
-2.5

62.1
-1.7

65.0
.3

59.5
22

54.6
2.7

55.4
3.6

49.9
12

53.9
-1.0

57.0
-12

57.8
-1.3

57.9
-1.8

572
-1.1

52.2
-.9

51.6
-.4

51.2
.4

54.7
0

57.8
1.0

Statistical discrepancy

18

.1

1.7

3.6

4.3

2.1

2.7

1.4

12

2.1

2.4

2_3

2.4

42

2JS

2.5

3.0

1.7

1

It

Gross Investment

-A

1955

1956

0

1957

1958

Line
1
Gross saving

1
1

III

IV

1

HI

II

IV

ill

1

IV

II

11
1

IV

1

622

67.1

69.5

74.0

75.5

76.7

78J

79.7

79.3

79.9

79.5

70.4

65.3

60.7

66.0

73.9

Gross private saving
Personal saving
Undistributed corporate profits with inventory
valuation and capital consumption adjustment
Undistributed profits
Inventory valuation adjustment
Capital consumption adjustment
Corporate consumption of fixed capital
Noncorporate consumption of fixed capital
Wage accruals less disbursements

2
3
4

62.4
142
14.8

64.8
15.3
15.6

66.7
17.1
14.9

67.4
17.0
14.9

68.9
18.8
13.4

71.6
21.2
12.8

73.9
22.1
13.3

74.9
23.1
12.5

75.4
21.8
13.4

775
23.6
132

77.7
23.3
13.1

75.3
21.9
11.4

73J3
22.7
8.8

73.9
22.4
8.9

78.8
25.0
10.9

83.5
26.1
14.0

5
6
7
8
9
10

16.7
-1.1
-.8
17.7
15.7
0

17.0
-.9
-.5
18.0
15.9
0

16.9
-22
.2
18.5
16.3
0

17.8
-2.8
-.2
19.0
16.6
0

16.8
-2.9
-.4
19.8
17.0
0

17.4
-3.6
-.9
20.3
17.3
0

16.0
-12
-1.6
21.0
17.6
0

17.3
-3.0
-1.7
21.4
17.9
0

17.6
-2.4
-1.8
22.1
18.1
0

16.1
-1.5
-1.5
22.5
18.3
0

15.4
-1.3
-1.1
22.8
18.5
0

13.3
-.9
-.9
232
18.7
0

9.8
-2
-.8
232
18.7
0

10.0
.3
-1.4
23.6
18.9
0

12.6
-2
-1.5
23.9
19.1
0

162
-.9
-1.4
24.2
19.3
0

Government surplus or deficit (-), national Income
and product accounts.
Federal
State and local

11

-.1

2.3

2.8

6.6

6.6

5.1

5.0

4.8

3.9

2.4

1.8

-4.9

-8.0

-132

-12.8

-9.7

12
13

1.5
-1.7

3.9
-1.6

3.8
-1.0

75
-.9

7.6
-1.0

6.0
-.9

5.8
-.7

5.7
-.9

4.7
-.7

3.7
-1.3

3.1
-1.4

-2.8
-2.1

-5.4
-2.6

-10.8
-2.4

-9.9
-2.9

-8.0
-1.6

Capital grants received by the Unfted States (net) ..

14

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

15

64.7

67.9

70.8

742

742

73.9

75.7

76.1

77 5

76.8

78.5

68.8

62.1

59.6

66.6

732

Gross private domestic investment
Net foreign investment

16
17

64.2
.6

68.1
-2

69.9
.9

73.7
.5

73.1
1.0

71.5
2.3

72.6
3.1

71.5
4.6

71.9
5.6

71.9
4.9

73.4
5.0

65.1
3.7

60.5
1.6

58.7
.9

65.5
1.2

732
0

Statistical discrepancy

18

25

S

2

-1.4

-2.8

-3.2

-3.6

-1.8

-3.1

-1X3

-1.6

-32

-1.1

.6

-.7

Gross investment




U

0

0

0

0

Table 5.2.—Gross Private Domestic Investment, Consumption of Fixed Capital, and Net Private Domestic Investment by Major
Type of Investment
[Billions of dollars]
1929

Line

1931

1930

1932

1933

1934

1935

1936

1937

1938

1940

1939

1941

1942

1943

Gross private domestic investment
Less: Consumption of fixed capital
Equals: Net private domestic investment

1
2
3

16.7
9.9
6.7

103
9.7
.9

5.9
9.1
-3.2

1.1
7.9
-6.8

1.7
7.6
-6.0

3.7
7.9
- 42

6.7
7.9
-12

8.7
8.0
.7

122
8.9
3.3

7.1
9.1
-2.0

93
9.0
.3

13.6
9.4
4.3

18.2
10.2
8.0

103
11.2
-.8

6.1
11.6
-5.5

Fixed investment
Less: Consumption of fixed capital
Equals: Net fixed investment

4
5
6

143
9.9
5.0

113
9.7
12

7.0
9.1
-2.0

33
7.9
-4.3

3.1
7.6
-4.5

4.3
7.9
-3.6

5.6
7.9
-2.3

73
8.0
-.5

9.5
8.9
.7

7.7
9.1
-1.4

9.1
9.0
.1

11.2
9.4
1.9

13.8
102
3.5

83
112
-2.7

6.9
11.6
-4.7

7
8
9

113
7.7
33

8.6
73
1.1

53
7.0
-13

23
6.3
-3.4

2.5
6.0
-33

33
6.1
-2.8

43
6.1
-1.8

5.8
6.1
-.4

73
6.8
.7

53
6.9
-1.4

6.1
6.8
-.7

7.7
7.0
.7

9.7
7.6
2.1

6.3
8.4
-2.1

5.4
8.6
-3.1

10
11
12

53
33
1.9

4.4
3.5
1.0

2.6
3.2
-.6

1.4
2.8
-1.4

1.1
2.8
-1.7

12

1.4
2.9
-1.5

13
2.9
-1.1

2.7
3.3
-.6

2.1
3.3
-12

22

23
-1.6

3.3
-1.1

2.6
3.3
-.8

3.3
3.5
-.3

22
3.9
-1.7

13
42
-2.4

13
14
15

53
4.0
1.4

4.2
4.0

2

2.6
3.8
-1.1

13
3.5
-2.0

-1.8

2.1
3.3
-12

23
32
-.3

3.9
32
.7

43
3.4
1.3

3.4
3.6
-2

3.9
3.5
.4

52
3.7
1.5

6.4
4.1
2.3

4.1
4.5
-.5

3.7
4.4
-.7

4.0
22
1.7

2.4
2.2
.1

13
2.0
-.3

.8
1.7
-.9

.6
1.6
-1.0

3
1.8
-.9

1.3
1.8
-.5

1.7
1.9
-2

2.1
2.1
-.1

2.1
22
-.1

3.0
2.2
.8

33
2.3
12

4.1
2.6
1.5

22
2.8
-.6

1.4
3.0
-1.6

1.7

-.4

-1.1

-23

-13

-.6

1.1

12

2.7

-.6

.2

2*

4.4

1.9

-3

Nonresidential
Less: Consumption of fixed capital
Equals: Net nonresidential
Structures
Less: Consumption of fixed capital
Equals: Net structures

.......

Producers' durable equipment
Less: Consumption of fixed capital
Equals: Net producers' durable equipment .
Residential
Less: Consumption of fixed capital
Equals: Net residential
Change in business Inventories

16
17
18
19

Line

•

1944

1945

1946

1947

1.4

32

1948

1949

1950

1951

1952

1953

1954

1955

1956

1957

1958

Gross private domestic investment
Less: Consumption of fixed capital
Equals: Net private domestic investment

1
2
3

73
11.9
-4.1

103
12.4
-1.5

31.3
14.2
17.1

35.0
17.6
17.4

48.1
20.4
27.7

36.7
21.9
14.8

542
23.6
30.6

60.3
27.1
332

543
29.1
24.9

563
30.9
25.4

53.8
32.4
21.4

69.0
34.4
34.6

72.2
38.1
34.1

70.6
41.1
29.5

643
42.7
21.8

Fixed investment
Less: Consumption of fixed capital
Equals: Net fixed investment

4
5
6

8.7
11.9
-32

12.3
12.4
-.1

25.1
14.2
10.9

35 3
17.6
17.9

42.4
20.4
22.0

39.6
21.9
17.6

483
23.6
24.7

50.3
27.1
23.1

503
29.1
21.4

543
30.9
23.6

553
32.4
23.3

64.0
34.4
29.7

68.1
38.1
30.0

69.7
41.1
28.6

643
42.7
22.1

7
8
9

7.4
8.7
-1.3

10.6
8.9
1.7

173
10.4
7.0

233
12.8
10.7

263
15.0
11.8

24.9
162
8.7

27.8
17.5
10.3

313
20.2
11.6

313
21.8
10.1

35.1
232
11.9

34.7
24.4
10.3

39.0
25.8
13.2

443
28.9
15.6

47.5
31.5
16.0

423
32.8
9.7

Structures
Less: Consumption of fixed capital
Equals: Net structures

10
11
12

2.4
4.2
-1.9

33
4.4
-1.0

7.4
4.9
2.4

8.1
62
2.0

93
7.0
2.6

92
7.0
2.2

10.0
7.1
23

12.0
8.1
3.9

122
8.4
3.8

133
8.7
43

13.9
8.8
5.0

15.2
9.2
5.9

18.2
10.3
7.9

19.0
11.0
7.9

17.6
11.2
6.5

Producers* durable equipment
Less: Consumption of fixed capital
Equals: Net producers' durable equipment

13
14
15

5.0
4.5
.5

7.3
4.5
2.8

93
5.4
4.5

153
6.6
8.7

173
8.0
9.3

15.7
9.2
6.5

17.8
10.3
7.5

19.9
122
7.7

19.7
13.3
6.4

213
14.4
7.1

20.8
15.6
52

23.9
16.6
7.3

263
18.6
7.7

28.6
20.5
8.1

24.9
21.6
3.2

16
17
18

1.4
3.3
-1.9

1.7
3.5
-1.8

73
3.8
4.0

12.1
43
7.3

15.6
5.4
102

14.6
5.7
8.9

203
62
14.4

18.4
6.9
11.5

18.6
7.4
112

19.4
7.7
11.7

21.1
8.0
13.0

25.0
8.5
16.5

23.6
92
14.4

22 2
9.6
12.6

223
9.9
12.4

19

-3

-1*

62

-3

5.6

-23

5.9

10.1

33

1.8

-1.9

43

4.1

.9

-.4

Nonresidential
Less: Consumption of fixed capital
Equals: Net nonresidential

Residential
Less: Consumption of fixed capital
Equals: Net residential
Change In business Inventories




Table 5.3.—Gross Private Domestic Investment, Consumption of Fixed Capital, and Net Private Domestic Investment by Major
Type of Investment in Constant Dollars
[Billions of 1987 dollars}
1929

Line

1930

1931

1932

1933

1934

1935

1936

1937

1938

1939

1940

1941

1942

1943

Gross private domestic investment
Less: Consumption of fixed capital
Equals: Net private domestic investment

1
2
3

1524
97.6
55.2

107.2
99.7
7.5

67.2
100.1
-32.9

25.0
99.3
-74.3

26.6
97.3
-70.7

41.1
95.9
-54.8

652
94.7
-29.5

89.9
94.4
-4.5

106.4
94.9
115

693
95.3
-25.4

93.4
95.0
-1.6

121.8
95.5
26.3

149.4
97.1
52.3

81.4
97.7
-16.3

53.5
96.3
-42.8

Fixed investment
Less: Consumption of fixed capital
Equals: Net fixed investment

4
5
6

142.1
97.6
44.6

108.0
99.7
8.4

75.0
100.1
-25.1

42.5
99.3
-56.7

36.8
97.3
-60.5

46.9
95.9
-49.0

59.8
94.7
-34.9

79.9
94.4
-14.5

923
943
-2.0

754
95.3
-20.0

90.4
95.0
-4.6

107.1
95.5
11.6

122.0
97.1
24.9

70.0
97.7
-27.7

53.6
96.3
-42.7

7
8
9

100.6
74.1
26.5

82.7
75.8
6.9

54.0
76.1
-22.2

31.4
75.3
-43.9

27.7
73.4
-45.6

34.2
72.0
-37.8

42.4
70.7
-28.4

57.9
70.3
-12.4

69.1
70.6
-1.6

51.3
70.8
-19.5

56.5
702
-13.7

69.0
70.5
-1.5

81.6
71.7
10.0

49.6
72.0
-22.4

41.3
70.7
-29.4

Nonresidential
Less: Consumption of fixed capital
Equals: Net nonresidential
Structures
Less: Consumption of fixed capital
Equals: Net structures

10
11
12

58.9
41.5
17.5

49.7
42.4
7.3

32.1
42.8
-10.7

18.8
42.7
-23.9

14.8
42.3
-27.5

16.3
41.9
-25.6

18.1
41.5
-23.4

24.0
412
-172

30.3
41.1
-10.8

24.1
41.0
-16.9

25.6
40.7
-15.1

28.9
40.5
-11.6

34.4
40.4
-5.9

20.9
40.1
-19.2

15.3
39.5
-242

Producers'durable equipment
Less: Consumption of fixed capital
Equals: Net producers' durable equipment

13
14
15

41.7
32.6
9.0

33.0
33.4
-.4

21.9
33.3
-11.4

12.6
32.6
-20.0

123
31.1
-18.1

17.9
30.1
-122

24.3
29 2
-5.0

33.9
29.1
4.8

38.7
29.5
92

272
29.9
-2.7

30.9
29.5
1.4

40.1
30.0
10.1

472
31.3
15.9

28.6
31.9
-32

26.0
31.1
-5.1

16
17
18

41.6
23.5
18.1

25.3
23.8
1.5

21.0
24.0
-3.0

11.1
24.0
-12.9

9.1
24.0
-14.9

12.7
23.9
-11.3

17.5
23.9
-6.5

22.0
24.1
-2.1

23.8
24.3
-.5

24.0
24.5
-.5

33.9
24.7
9.1

38.1
25.1
13.1

40.4
25.4
14.9

204
25.7
-52

12.4
25.6
-13.3

Change in business Inventories

19

10.6

-A

-7.8

-17.5

-102

-5.8

5.4

10.0

13.6

- 5A

3.0

14.7

27A

1U

-.1

Gross private domestic investment
Less: Consumption of fixed capital
Equals: Net private domestic investment

1
2
3

59.8
95.3
-35.5

82.6
95.9
-13.4

195.5
98.8
96.7

198.8
103.1
95.7

229.8
108.7
121.1

1874
1142
73.2

256.4
119.5
136.9

255.6
125.4
1302

231.6
131.1
100.5

240.3
136.7
103.6

234.1
142.4
91.7

284.8
148.1
136.7

2822
154.3
127.9

266.9
159.8
107.1

245.7
164.3
81.4

4
5
6

65.4
95.3
-29.9

91.3
95.9
-4.6

167-5
98.8
68.7

198.5
103.1
95.5

216.1
108.7
107.4

1964
1142
82.3

233.9
119.5
114.4

225.6
125.4
1002

2223
131.1
90.9

2352
136.7
98.6

239.7
142.4
97.3

268.7
148.1
120.7

270.0
154.3
115.7

264.8
159.8
105.0

248.1
164.3
83.7

7
8
9

54.6
69.8
-15.2

78.5
70.5
8.0

114.9
73.1
41.8

131.5
76.4
55.1

136.0
81.0
55.0

122.1
852
36.9

132£
89.3
432

140.6
93.8
46.8

138.6
98.3
40.3

148.9
102.7
462

1462
107.1
39.1

160.5
111.3
49.2

1712
116.0
55.2

172.1
120.1
52.0

154.3
1232
312

19.9
38.9
-19.0

27.2
38.5
-11.3

54.5
38.5
16.0

49.5
38.8
10.7

51.9
39.2
12.7

50.8
39.6
112

542
40.0
142

582
40.6
17.6

582
412
16.9

632
42.0
212

65.3
42.9
22.4

69.8
44.0
25.8

77.0
45.2
31.7

77.1
46.6
30.5

72.6
47.8
24.9

Residential
Less: Consumption of fixed capital
Equals: Net residential

1944

Line

Fixed investment
Less: Consumption of fixed capital
Equals: Net fixed investment
Nonresidential
Less: Consumption of fixed capital
Equals: Net nonresidential

!

.......

1945

1946

1947

1948

1949

1950

1951

1952

1953

1954

1955

1956

1957

1958

Structures
Less: Consumption of fixed capital
Equals: Net structures

10
11
12

Producers'durable equipment
Less: Consumption of fixed capital
Equals: Net producers' durable equipment

13
14
15

34.7
30.9
3.8

51.3
32.0
19.3

60.4
34.6
25.9

82.0
37.6
44.4

84.1
41.8
4^3

71J3
45.7
25.6

78.3
49.4
29.0

82.4
53.3
29.1

80.4
57.1
23.4

85.7
60.7
25.0

80.9
642
16.7

90.8
67.4
23.4

94.3
70.8
23.5

95 JO
73.5
21.5

81.7
75.4
6.3

16
17
18

10.9
25.5
-14.7

12.8
25.4
-126

52.5
25.7
26.8

67.0
26.6
40.4

80.1
27.8
52.4

74.3
28.9
45.4

101.4
302
712

85.0
31.6
53.4

83.4
32.8
50.6

86.3
34.0
52.4

93.5
35.3
58.2

1082
36.7
71.4

98.8
38.3
60.6

92.7
39.7
53.0

93.7
412
52.5

19

-5.6

-8.7

28.0

.3

13.7

-9.1

22.5

30.0

9.6

5.1

-5.6

16.1

12.1

2.1

-2.3

Residential
Less: Consumption of fixed capital
Equals: Net residential
Change In business Inventories




.

Table 5.4.—Fixed Investment by Type: 1946-58
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
Line
Fixed investment

1949

1948

1954

1953

1952

1951

1950

1957

1956

1955

1958

505

545

555

64.0

68.1

69.7

64.9

1

Producers' durable equipment
....
Information processing and related equipment
r!nmruitorc arvi f\a firth oral oouinmflnt '
Other1
Industrial equipment
Transportation and related equipment
Other
Residential
Structures
Single family
Multi family
Other structures
Producers'durable equipment

.....

35.5

424

39.6

48.3

17.3

23.5

26.8

24.9

27.8

31.8

315

35.1

34.7

395

445

475

42J

3
4
5
6
7

7A
4.1
1.7
.8
.8

8.1
4.1
2.6
.9
.5

9.5
4.7
3.3
12
.3

92
4.3
3.5
12
2

10.0
4.8
3.5
1.4
2

124
62
3.9
1.7
.1

122
6.0
4.1
2.0
.1

135
6.7
4.6
2.1
2

135
72
42
2.3
2

15.2
82
4.1
2.5
.4

182
10.4
5.1
2.7
.1

19.0
10.7
5.4
2.6
2

17.6
10.0
5.1
2.4
2

8
9
10
11
12
13
14

9.9
12

15.3
1.7

17.3
1.8

15.7
1.6

172
1.8

19.9
2.1

19.7
2.4

215
2.7

205
2.4

23.9
2.8

265
3.4

28.6
4.0

24.9
3.6

12
3.1
3.0
2.7

1.7
4.6
4.9
4.1

1.8
4.6
55
5.4

1.6
3.7
5.7
4.7

iS
4.4
6.4
5.1

5.6
6.6
5.5

2.4
5.9
5.7
5.6

27
6.7
6.6
5.6

2.4
7.0
6.0
5.4

25
72
7.5
6.4

3.4
8.8
7.4
6.8

4.0
9.6
8.3
6.7

IS
8.1
6.1
7.0

15

........

25.1

50.3

2

.

Nonresidential
Nonresidential buildings, including farm
Utilities
Mining exploration, shafts, aid wells
Other structures

1947

1946

7.8

12.1

15.6

14.6

205

18.4

18.6

19A

21.1

25.0

23.6

222

22.3

16
17
18
19

7.6

11.8

15.3

14.3

20 2

18.1

18.2

194

20.7

24.6

23.1

21.7

2.4

3.5

4.2

3.7

4.0

45

4.9

5.1

55

6.0

6.6

6.6

21.9
13.1
2.3
6.4

20

2

2

2

2

A

A

.4

A

A

A

5

5

i

1947

1946

1950

1949

1948

Line
1

II

11
1

IV

1

11
1

II

IV

1

1
1

11
1

IV

1

II

1

IV

III

1

19.4

235

27.4

302

332

335

35.6

395

415

422

43.1

43.1

405

39.2

38.6

39.9

425

47.0

2

13.6

16.1

18.7

205

225

232

235

245

26 2

26.0

27.0

28.1

26.6

255

24.1

235

24 2

26.6

Structures
..
Nonresidential buildings, including tetfm
Utilities
Mining exploration, shafts, and wells
Other structures

3
4
5
6
7

62

7.4

75

75

75

75

85

8A

85

95

95

10.1

9.7

9.4

8.9

8.7

9.1

95

Producers' durable equipment
Information processing and related equipment
Computers and peripheral equipment1
Other'
Industrial equipment
Transportation and related equipment
Other

8
9
10
11
12
13
14

72
5

85
1.0

105
1.3

13.0
15

14.9
1.7

152
1.7

154
1.8

16.1
1.8

175
1.8

16.7
1.8

17.1
1.7

18.0
1.9

165
1.8

16.1
1.6

152
1.6

14.9
1.5

15.1
1.6

17.1
1.8

5
2.4
1.9
22

1.0
25
25
2.3

15
3.4
3.5
2.7

15
3.9
42
3.4

17
4.7
4.7
3.9

17
4.5
4.9
42

15
4.7
4.7
3.9

15
4.3
5.4
4.5

I"B
4.7
5.7
5.1

1.8
4.5
5.3
5.1

17
4.3
55
5.5

15
4.8
5.4
55

15
4.4
5.5
5.1

15
3.7
5.8
5.0

l3
3.4
5.7
4.5

15
32
5.8
4.3

1.6
3.5
5.6
4.5

1.8
4.3
5.9
5.1

Fixed Investment
Nonresidential

............

............ ............

15

55

7A

8.7

95

10.4

10 A

125

15.1

152

165

16.1

154

144

13.7

145

16.3

18.1

20.4

Structures
Single family
Muttifamily
Other structures

16
17
18
19

55

72

85

9.0

10.1

102

12.0

145

145

155

15.8

14.7

13.7

13.4

145

16.0

175

20.0

Producers' durable equipment

20

.1

2

2

2

5

5

5

5

5

5

.4

2

2

.3

5

5

.4

Residential

1950

2

1951

1952

1954

1953

Line
III
Fixed investment

IV

1

III

II

IV

1

II

III

IV

I

IV

III

II

IV

II

1

III

58.1

1

52.0

515

51.7

50.0

49.6

49.6

505

514

485

515

544

54.6

55.1

54.3

535

54.6

56.8

2

29.6

30.6

305

315

325

322

32.4

325

295

325

345

345

355

354

345

345

35.0

345

Structures
Nonresidential buildings, including farm
Utilities
Mining exploration, shafts, and wells
Other structures

3
4
5
6
7

105

114

115

122

125

115

124

121

122

12.6

13.1

135

13.7

144

135

135

13.9

134

Producers* durable equipment
Information processing and related equipment
Computers and peripheral equipment1
Other'
Industrial eqiipment
Transportation and related equipment
Other

8
9
10
11
12
13
14

19.4
15

19.6
2.0

19.4
2.0

19.7
2.1

202
22

20 2
2.3

20.4
2.4

4.5
7.4
5.6

2.0
5.5
6.8
5.3

2.0
5.0
6.9
5.4

2*1
5.5
6.6
5.4

22
6.0
65
5.4

2.3
5.9
62
5.9

2*4
5.9
6.3
5.8

............ ............
......... .
1.9

215
2.6

215
2.7

22.1
25

21.4
25

20.6
2.5

20.4
2.4

21.1
2.4

21.1
25

5.7
6.0
5.7

25
6.2
65
5.9

SL7
6.6
6.6
5.4

25
6.9
6.7
5.7

25
7.0
6.6
5.3

25
7.0
62
5.0

2A
6.9
5.9
5.3

2.4
7.3
5.9
5.6

2.5
6.9
6.1
5.6

205
2.6

17.7
2.3

195
25

2.6
6.5
5.8
5.9

Z3
55
4.8
5.1

..........

............

............

»•»

15

225

215

205

182

172

175

184

185

185

19.4

19.7

19.8

192

185

194

205

21.8

232

Structures
Single family
Multifamiiy
Other structures

16
17
18
19

22.0

205

20.4

17.9

165

17.1

17.7

18.1

182

194

195

19 A

185

185

18.7

195

21.4

22.7

Producers' durable equipment

20

.4

A

A

.4

A

•4

Residential

See footnote^) at end of table.




....
A

.4

A

A

.4

............ zzzz zzzz.
5

A

2

ZZZZ ZZZ" zzzzz.
ZZZ!
A

A

A

*

A

Table 5.4.—Fixed Investment by Type: 1946-58-Continued
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
1955

1956

1957

Line
I

II

1

60.4

63.5

65.7

2

35.4

373

Structures
Nonresidential buildings, including farm .
Utilities
Mining exploration, shafts, and wells
Other structures

3
4
5
6
7

143

Producers' durable equipment
Information processing and related equipment..
Computers and peripheral equipment1
Other1
Industrial equipment
Transportation and related equipment
Other

8
9
10
11
12
13
14

Fixed investment.
Nonresidential

Residential

11
1

IV

1

1
1

III

66.6

66.6

67.8

683

40.4

42.5

423

43.9

14.7

15.4

16.2

17.4

21.1
2.4

23.1
2.6

25.0
3.0

263
3.2

25.4
3.1

2.4
6.4
6.7
5.7

2.6
6.8
7.5
62

3.0
7.3
8.1
6.5

32
8.2
7.8
7.1

8.0
7.4
6.9

IV

1958

1

II

11
1

69.0

69.6

693

70.4

69.4

64.6

63.0

63.9

68.0

45.4

45.9

47.0

47.1

48.4

475

43.6

423

41.4

433

18.0

18.6

18.7

18.8

19.0

19.1

183

18.1
10.2
52
2.5
2

17.6
9.9
5.0
2.4
2

17.3
9.8
4.9
2.3
2

175
99
5.)
2.3
2

25.9
3.4

26.8
3.4

27.2
3.5

28.2
3.6

28.1
4.0

293
4.3

28.6
4.0

255
3.7

24.4
3.5

24.1
3.6

25.5
3.7

14
8.5
7.4
6.6

3.4
9.3
7.1
7.0

35
9.3
7.7
6.7

3.6
9.5
8.1
6.9

4.0
9.5
8.1
6.5

4.3
9.7
8.6
6.7

4.0
9.5
82
6.8

3.7
8.6
6.6
6.6

3.5
8.1
5.8
6.9

3.6
7.8
5.6
7.2

3.7
8.0
6.4
7.2

£

IV

1

11
1

II

IV

15

25.0

25.6

25.2

24.2

23.7

233

235

23 3

22.6

222

220

21.9

20.9

213

225

243

Structures .
Single family .
Multifamily
Other structures

16
17
18
19

24.6

25.2

243

23.7

23.2

23.5

233

22.6

222

21.7

215

21.4

20.6
12.5
2.2
5.9

20.6
12.4
22
6.0

22.0
13.2
2.3
65

243
14.5
2.6
72

Producers' durable equipment .

20

.4

.4

.4

.4

.5

.5

5

.4

.5

5

A

5

3

A

5

.6

l. Une 10 includes new computers and peripheral equipment only. Prtor to 1982, i
equipment are included in other information processing and related equipment (line 11).

Table 5.5.—Fixed Investment by Type in Constant Dollars: 1947-58
[Billions of 1987 dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
Line
Fixed Investment

1947

1948

1950

1949

1951

1952

1954

1953

1957

1956

1955

1958

1

1985

216.1

196.4

2333

2255

2220

235.2

239.7

268.7

270.0

264.8

248.1

2

1315

136.0

122.1

1325

140.6

138.6

1483

1462

1605

1712

172.1

1543

Structures
Nonresidential buildings, including farm
Utilities
..
..
Mining exploration, shafts, and wells
Other structures

3
4
5
6
7

495
25.1
16.5
4.9
3.1

51.9
25.7
18.5
6.0
1.7

50.8
24.1
19.5
6.1
1.1

542
27.1
18.8
7.2
1.1

582
31.1
19.1
75
.6

58.2
29.4
19.7
8.4
.7

63.2
32.1
21.0
92
.8

653
35.6
18.7
10.1
.9

69.8
39.5
17.4
10.9
2.0

773
462
19.7
10.6
5

77.1
45.9
202
10.0
1.1

72.6
435
18.8
9.3
1.0

Producers' durable equipment
Information processing and related equipment....
Computers and peripheral equipment1 .. ........
Other1
Industrial equipment
Transportation and related equipment
Other
„..:.

8
9
10
11
12
13
14

823
4.7

84.1
4.8

713
4.4

78.3
4.8

824
5.4

80.4
6.2

85.7
6.8

803
5.9

903
6.9

943
8.0

95.0
8.9

81.7
7.9

4.7
325
22.3
224

4.8
30.0
22.2
27.1

4.4
22.8
212
22.9

43
26.5
22.8
242

5.4
29.5
22.6
24.9

6.2
30.1
19.0
25.2

6.8
33.3
21.5
24.1

5.9
34.2
18.4
22.3

6.9
34.1
23.2
26.6

8.0
37.7
21.3
27.3

8.9
37.8
23.0
25.4

7.9
31.3
16.7
253

Nonresidential

Residential

15

673

80.1

74.3

101.4

853

83.4

86.3

935

1082

983

917

93.7

Structures
Single family
Multifamily
Other structures

16
17
18
19

665

79.6

733

1003

84.4

82.9

853

923

1075

98.1

92.0

20.5

225

20.0

21.1

23.1

24.1

25.1

27.4

28.7

28.9

923
54.3
10.4
28 2

Producers' durable equipment

20

5

5

5

5

5

.6

5

,7

.7

.7

3

—
5

1947
Line

II

1
Fixed Investment

IV

1950

1949

II

1

11
1

IV

II

11
1

IV

2482

2419

1405
553

141.4

50 5

231.7
129.6
53.0

II

1

11
1

IV

1923
124.1
52.0

1925
117.7
493

1992
1152

2113
1185

48.4

I

1

...1

Producers' durable equipment
Information processing and related equipment ,,.
Computers and peripheral equipment1
Other'
......
Industrial equipment
........
Transportation and related equipment
Other

Residential
Structures
Single family
Multifamily
Other structures

Producers' durable equipment




195.4

189.7

196.9

133 3
493

1313
495

129.6
493

212.0
131.4
49.0

2172
1373
49.8

218.4

2
3
4
5
6

Nonresidential
Structures
Nonresidential buildings, induding farm
Utilities
Mining exploration, shafts, and welts
Other structures

1948
III

1342
512

2155
134.0
52.9

2133
1383
533

2012
131.4

83.9

81.8

793

82.4

883

83.0

812

84.1

673

663

68.0

76.6

84.6

84.1

4.6

4.8

4.6

4.9

4.7

4.6

5.1

78.3
4.8

722

4.8

4.4

4.1

4.1

42

49

4.9

5.3

45
27.8
21.7
27.0

5.1
29.6
20.3
29.1

4.8
27.0
21.0
25.5

4.4
22.7
21.1
23.9

4.1
21.2
212
21.4

4.1
20.3
215
20.9

42
21.9
19.8
22.1

4.9
262
21.0
24.6

4.9
26.9
26.3
26.4

5.3
30.9
23.9
233

53.1

573

7
8
9
10

11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20

4.8
352
21.9
22.0

45
32.4
22.3
225

4.8
33.0
21.3
20.7

45
29.6
23.9
24.3

43
321
24.3
26.7

4.7
30.3
22.3
25.7

615
61.1

58.4
58.0

67.4
663

80.6
80.1

795

842

815

75.4

693

84.0

107.7

1025

81.0

743

69.4

743

835

913
923

102.1

817

68.7
682

743

79.0

1015

107.1

1013

5

5

5

5

5

5

5

.5

.5

5

.4

5

5

.6

5

.7

Table 5.5.—Fixed Investment by Type in Constant Dollars: 1947-5S—Continued
[Billions of 1987 dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]

III

IV

1

234*

225.1

222.3

220.6

223.1

225.6

2123

2263

2353

2353

235*

234.1

2313

2353

243.6

247.8

2

Fixed investment
Nonresidential
Structures
Nonresidential buildings, including farm .
Utilities
Mining exploration shafts, and wells
Other structures

1954

1953

1952

1951

1373

1403

143.6

141.1

1413

1423

130*

1393

1473

147.7

1503

149.8

1463

1452

1473

145.8

3
4
5

573

59.4

59.1

56.9

57.0

57.5

58.0

602

613

63.0

633

64*

652

65.6

.

65*

65.1

Producers' durable equipment
Information processing and related equipment
Computers and peripheral equipment1
Other1
Industrial equipment
Transportation and related equipment
Other

79.6
5.0

81*
5.2

843
5.6

842
5.6

843
5.9

85.1
6.7

723
5.9

79.7
6.5

85.6
6.8

84.7
6.9

872
7.1

85*
6.4

81.1
6.2

79.6
5.8

82.1
5.8

80.7
5.8

5.0
26.5
23.7
24.4

5.2
29.0
23.0
242

5.6
31.9
22.7
24.3

5.6
30.6
212
26.8

5.9
30.9
212
26.5

6.7
33.1
19.0
26.3

5.9
27.9
16.5
22.3

6.5
28.4
19.3
25.6

6.8
31.4
20.9
26.6

6.9
33.0
21.4
23.5

7.1
34.2
21.5
24.3

6.4
34.8
22.4
21.9

6.2
33.9
20.4
20.5

5.8
33.7
182
21.8

5.8
35.8
17.3
23.1

5.8
33.4
17.6
23.8

Residential
Structures
Single family
Multifamity
Other structiffes

Producers* durable equipment

III

II

1

IV

11
1

II

I

1

IV

III

II

IV

II

I

6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15

97*

842

78.8

793

81.6

83.0

823

86.6

88.0

882

84.9

84.2

85.1

90.6

96.1

102.0

16
17
18
19

963

83.7

782

79.0

81.1

823

81.8

863

873

87.6

84.4

83.7

84.6

90.1

95.5

101.4

20

.6

3

.6

3

.5

.6

3

.6

.6

.6

.5

3

3

.6

.6

3

III

IV

1955

1957

1956

Line
IV

I

Fixed investment.,
Nonresidential
Structures .

11
1

I

IV

II

2573

2683

273.6

275.0

269.7

270.9

2714

268.1

267*

2643

266.0

2613

247.7

241.2

148.3

1573

165.1

171.3

169.0

170.9

173.4

1713

172.3

1712

1743

170.4

1593

153.1

67.1

68.7

703

72.5

74.7

77.4

77.9

773

772

772

772

76.7

75.0
44.9
19.3
9.8
1.0

72.6
432
18.9
9.4
1.1

81.1
5.8

88.8
6.4

943
7.4

983
8.0

942
7.5

933
8.4

953
7.9

933
8.1

95.0
8.2

94.0
8.9

973
9.7

933
8.7

843
8.2

80.6
7.5

5.8
30.8
20.5
24.0

6.4
32.9
232
26.3

7*
34.8
24.9
27.1

83
37.9
24.0
28.9

7.5
36.4
22.0
28.3

8*
36.4
21.7
27.0

8.1

82

38.3
21.3
26.1

382
21.9
26.7

8.9
38.0
22.2
24.9

97
38.0
24.3
25.3

87
36.9
23.4
24.7

8.2
33.6
18.4
24.4

7.5
31.6
15.9
25.6

109.6

1113

1083

103.7

100.7

100.0

983

963

95.1

923

913

913

882

1083

1103

1073

1033

100.0

99.3

972

95.9

94.3

923

903

903

873
51.6
9.9

Nonresidential buildings, including farm .
Utilities
Mining exploration, shafts, and wells
Other structures

Producers'durable equipment
Information processing and related equipment..
Computers and peripheral equipment1
Other'
Industrial equipment..
Transportation and related equipment .
Other

Residential .
Structures
Single family
Multifamity
Other structures

Producers' durable equipment .
1. Line 10 includes new computers and peripheral equipment only. Prior to 1982, all computers and peripheral
equipment are included in other information processing and related equipment (line 11).




73
39.6

202
27.7

262

873
51.0
9.8
26.5
.7

Table 5.6.—Purchases of Structures by Type
[Billions of dollars]
Line
1

Purchases of structures

1929

1930

1931

1932

1934

1933

1935

1936

1937

1938

1939

1941

1940

1942

1943

1

11.9

9.7

7.1

4.0

3.4

4.4

4.9

72

8.0

7.8

9.0

9.6

13.0

15.0

9.4

2

9.4

6.7

4.3

2.1

1.7

2.1

2.7

3.5

4.7

42

52

6.0

7.2

4.4

32

3

5.5

4.4

2.6

U

1.1

12

1.4

1.9

2.7

2.1

22

2.6

3.3

2.2

1.8

4

5.5

4.4

2.6

1.4

1.1

1.2

1.4

1.9

2.7

2.1

22

2.6

3.2

22

1.8

Nonresidential buildings, excluding farm
industrial
Commercial
Religious
Educational
Hospital and institutional
Other2

5
6
7
8
9
10
11

2.9
.9
1.1
.1
.1
.1
.4

2.1
.5
.9
.1
.1
.1
.3

1.1

.5
.1

.5
2
2
0
0
0
.1

.5
2
2
0
0
0
.1

.8
.3
.3
0
0
0
.1

1.1
.5
.4
0
0
0
.1

.8
2
.3
.1
0
0
2

.8
.3
.3
0
0
0
2

1.1
.4
.3
.1
.1
0
2

1.5
.8
.4
.1
.1
0
.2

.7
.3
2

.1
0
.1

.4
.2
.1
0
0
0
.1

.2
.2
0
0
0
0
0

Utilities
Railroads
Telecommunications
Electric light and power
Gas
Petroleum pipelines

12
13
14
15
16
17

2.0
.9
.4
.4
.2
2

1.8
.8
.3
.4

.6
.3
.1
.1
.1
.1

.4
.2
0
.1
0
0

.5
.3
0
.1
0
0

.5
.3
.1
.1
0
.1

.7
.3
.1
.1
.1
.1

.8
.3
.1
.3
.1
.1

.9
.3
.1
.3
.1
.1

1.0
,4
.1
.3
.1
.1

1.1
.4
2
.3
.1
.1

1.0
.6
.1
.1
.1
.1

Farm
Mining exploration, shafts, and welts
Petroleum and natural gas
Other
Other1

18
19
20
21
22

.1
.4
.4
0
.1

.1
.3
.3
0
.1

0

.1
.5
.5

.1
.4
.4

0
0

0

.1
.4
.4
0
0

.1
.4
.4

0
0

.1
.3
.3
0
0

.1
.3
.3
0
0

.1
.4

0
.1

0
2
2
0
0

Brokers' commissions on sale of structures
Net purchases of used structures

23
24

.1
0

.1
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

3

12

1.6

2.0

2.1

3.0

.7

1.1

1.7

2.0

2.1

2.8

.4
.4

.8
.8

1.3
1.3

1.6
1.6

1.7
1.7

2.4

0
.3
0

0
.4
0

0

0

.3
0

.4
0

0

0

.1

.1
-.2

.1
-.2

.1
-2

0

Private
Nonresidential
New

Residential

2
.1

2
.5
.1
.1
.1

2
12
.5

2
2
.1
.1
0

2
2

2
0

0
.2

2

2
2

25

3.9

2J3

1.7

.7

26

3.7

2.1

1.6

.7

27
28
29
30
31
32
33

32
32

1.7
1.7

1.4
1.4

.5

0
.5
.1

0
.4
.1

0

0
.1
0

0

0

Brokers' commissions on sale of structures .
Net purchases of used structures

34
35

.2
0

2
0

.1
0

.1
0

.1
0

Government structures and new construction forceaccount compensation.

36

2.6

2.9

2.7

1.9

2.9

2.7

New
New housing units
Permanent site
Single family structures
Multifamily structures
Mobile homes
Improvements
Other4

New

37

2.5

2

J5

3.7

33

1.9

1.6

22

2.2

3.5

3.1

.4

2
0
0
.1
0
.1

.4

.3

.1
2

.1
2

.2

Highways and streets
Military facilities
Conservation and development
Sewer and water systems
Sewer systems
Water supply facilities
Other6

44
45
46
47
48
49
50

1.3

1.5

1.4

0
.1

0

1.0

0
.1
.1
2

.1

Net purchases of used structures

51

.1

See footnote(s) at end of table.




.1
.3

.1

.8

0

2

.1
2
2

0
2
2
.1
.1
.1

.1

.1

.1

0

.3
.2

.2
.3

2

2.3

.4

.6

0
0

0

o'

1.7

41
42
43

40

.7

0
0

2
0

.1
.1
.5

0

0
0
.1
.1
2

.7

0
0

.3
.3

A

0
22

Buildings, excluding military
Residential
Industrial
Educational
Hospital
Other5

38
39

.6

A
.1

.4

.1
0

.1
.1

.4

0
0

.1
.1
2

1.0
0
.5
.2

.1
.1
.1
0

.3

0
0
2

0
.1
.8

0
.7
2
.1

.1
.1
0

.8

.4

o'
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
-.1

0
0

0
0

0
0

3.4

4.0

2.1

1.4

32

3.8

1.9

1.1

2.7
2.7

32
3.2

1.6
1.6

.8
.8

1A

0

0
.4

0
.5

0
.3

0

0

.2
0

.1

2
.1

.2
0

.2
0

2
.1

3.6

33

3.6

5.8

10.6

62

3.4

3.8

3.6

5.8

10.7

6.3

.7

1.0
.1
0

.8
2
.2
2
.1
2

2.1
.4
1.3
2
0
.2

42
.5
3.4
.1
0
.1

2.7
.7
1.9

1.3
.4
.5
.3
2
.2
.3

1.1
1.6
.5
.3

.7
5.0

.2

2

0

0

.6

.1
0

.4
.1
.3

.3
.1
2

.1

1.4

12

1.4

1.4

0

0

.1

.1

0
0
.3
.3

.7
.3
2
.1

.6
.3
2

.4

.3

.6
.4
2
.1
.3

2

2

2

0
.5

0

.1
0

.1

0
0
0
.1

.1
.1

.4
2
.1

.1
0

.1
0
0

.4
2.6
.3
.1
0
.1
2
-.1

Table 5.6.—Purchases of Structures by Type—Continued
[Billions of dollars]
1945

Purchases of structures1

1947

1946

1946

223

29.4

293

15.0

193

243

233

7*

8.1

93

92

6.6

7.7

9.3

9.0

9.9

Nonresidential buildings, excluding farm .
Industrial
Commercial
Religious
Educational
Hospital and institutional .
Other2

3.5
1.7
12

3.3
1.7

33
1.0

.1
.1
.3

2
.1
.3

3.9
1.4
1.4
.3
.3
.1
.4

4.0
1.1
1.4
.4
.3
.3
.5

Utilities
Railroads
Telecommunications
Electric light and power ,
Gas .
Petroleum pipelines .

1.7
.7
3
.4
Z
.1

26
.8
3
.8
.4
Z

3.3
.9
.7
1.0
.5
.2

3.5
.8
.5
1.3
.6

3.5
.8
.4

.8

.7

12
12
.1

12
12

Private
Nonresidential
New..

Farm
Mining exploration, shafts, and wells ..
Petroleum and natural gas
Other
Other3
Brokers' commissions on sale of structures .
Net purchases of used structures
Residential .
New..
New housing units
Permanent site
Single family structures
Multifamily structures
Mobile homes
Improvements
Other4

.1

.7
.8
.7

1.0
.1

12
.4
.3

2
.5

1954

1953

1952

1951

1949

16.6

1955

1956

394

41.4

44.0

46.4

513

30.1

303

30.4

32.6

34.6

39.7

413

103

12.0

122

133

133

152

182

12 2

13.5

13.8

14.9

182

5.4
2.1
1.5
3
3
.4
.6

52
2.3

6.5
2.0

.4
.4
.4
.5

5.9
2.2
13
.5
.4
.3
.6

7.5
2.3
3.1
.7
3
.3
.6

9.6
3.2
3.9
.8
.6
.3
.8

3.9
.9
.5
1.3
t.0

4.6
1.0
.6
1.8
3
.4

42
.8
.7
1.7
.7
2

4.1
.8
.8
1.5

5.1
.9
1.1
1.8
1.1
.1

.8
2.1

2.1

.7
2.3
2.2
.1
.1

.7
23
2.4
.1
.2

.8
2.7
2.6
.1
.1

0

.1
-.1

.1
.1

.1
-.2

12

2

12

2

4.1
1.0
.6
1.5
.7
.3

.8
1.7
1.6
.1
.1

.9
2.0
1.9
.1
.1

22
.6
.5
.3
.7

.1

.1
.1

.7
1.4
1.4
,1
.1

.1
2

.1
.1

.1
0

.1
0

.1
0

11.8

15.3

143

20 2

18.1

182

19.0

20.7

24.6

23.1

11.2

14.8

13.9

19.7

17.5

17.6

18.3

19.9

23.7

22.3

8.4
8.3

11.4
11.2

10.8
10.7

16.3
16.1

13.9
13.8

13,6
13.4

14.1
13.9

15.6
15.4

18.9
18.6

17.1
16.5

.1
3.5
.t

2
3.9
.1

2
42
.1

.4
4.7
.1

.5
5.1
2

.7
-.1

.8
-.1

3
.1
.1
.1
.4

.1
3.1

.1

Brokers' commissions on sale of structures .
Net purchases of used structures

.5
-.1

Government structures and new construction forceaccount compensation.

63

.1
.1

.9
-.1

1.0
-2

1.0
-.2

103

114

11.9

11.8

13.1

10.8

112

11.7

11.7

12.7

Buildings, excluding military.,
Residential
Industrial.
Educational....
Hospital
Other5

4.8
.7
1.7
1.6
.5
.4

4.9
.6
1.8
1.7
.4
3

4.9
.3
1.5
2.1
.3
.6

4.5
.3
.7
2.4
.3
.7

4.4
.3
.5
2.6
.3
.8

Highways and streets
Military facilities .
Conservation and development .
Sewer and water systems
Sewer systems
Water supply facilities
Other6

2.7
1.4

3.0
1.3
.9
.9
.5
.4
2

3.7
1.0
.8
1.0
.6
.4
.3

3.9
1.3
.7
1.1

4.4
1.4
.8
1.3
.7
.6
.5

New

6.9

9.4

Net purchases of used structures .
1. In this table, purchases of structures includes compensation of government employees engaged in new forceaccount construction. In tables 1.3, 3.1, and 3.7, this compensation is classified as a service and is included as
part of government compensation of employees.
2. Consists of hotels and motels, buildings used primarily for social and recreational activities, and buildings not
elsewhere classified, such as passenger terminals, greenhouses, and animal hospitals.
3. Consists of streets, dams and reservoirs, sewer and water facilities, parks, airfields, etc. Also includes buildings




of private local transit systems from 1929 to 1958; beginning in 1959, these buildings are included in other
nonresidential buildings.
4. Consists of dormitories, fraternity and sorority houses, nurses' homes, etc.
5. Consists of general office buildings, police and fire stations, courthouses, auditoriums, garages, passenger terminals, etc.
6. Consists of electric and gas facilities, transit systems, airfields, etc.

Table 5.7.—Purchases of Structures by Type in Constant Dollars
[Billions of 1987 dollars]
Line
Purchases of structures1

1929

1930

1931

1932

1934

1933

1935

1936

1937

1938

1939

1940

1941

1942

1943

Nonresidential

125.3

104.9

842

573

44.1

524

59.7

84.0

86.6

83.9

99.5

1045

1352

145.1

83.1

2

Private

1

100.3

74.8

53.0

293

233

283

35.4

453

533

473

59.2

663

745

412

27.6

3

58.9

49.7

321

18.8

143

163

18.1

24.0

303

24.1

25.6

28.9

34.4

20.9

153

4

58.5

49.4

32.1

18.9

14.8

16.3

18.1

23.9

302

24.1

25.7

29 2

34.3

20.8

15.2

Nonresidential buildings, excluding farm
Industrial
Commercial
Religious
Educational
Hospital and institutional
Other2

5
6
7
8
9
10
11

33.5
11.8
12.7
1.8
1.4
12
4.6

26.4
7.3
10.1
1.8
15
1.4
4.3

16.4
3.5
5,9
1.3
1.5
1.1
3.1

8.9
1.3
3.6
.8
.9
.6
1.7

73
3.1
22
.4
.3
2
1.4

7.5
2.8
2.7
.4
2
.2
12

7.7
2.3
3.3
.5
.3
2
1.3

10.9
3.7
42
.5
.6
.3
1.6

14.5
6.0
5.0
.6
.6
.4
1.8

10.5
2.9
3.7
.7
.5
5
22

11.0
3.3
3.8
.6
.5
.4
2.4

13.5
5.3
4.4
3
.7
.4
1.9

17.6
8.7
4.9
.8
.7
.6
1.9

6.7
3.3
1.6
.3
.3
.3
.9

2.2
1.4
.3
.1
.1
.1
.3

Utilities
Railroads
Telecommunications
Electric light and power
Gas
Petroleum pipelines

12
13
14
15
16
17

18.6
8.1
1.9
4.2

18.4
8.0
2.0
4.7

2,1

1.4

13.0
5.6
1.1
2.9
1.5
1.9

7.4
3.3
.7
1.6
1.0
.9

43
2.7
.3
.9
.5
.4

5.7
3.4
.3
.9
.6
.5

6.3
3.4
.4
1.1
.6
.8

8.3
4.1
.5
1.7
1.0
1.0

9.7
4.4
.7
2.5
.9
12

8.4
3.3
.7
3.0
.7
.7

9.6
3.8
.7
3.5
.7
1.0

10.3
4.1
.8
3.5
1.0
.9

11.0
4.6
1.1
32
12
.9

10.0
4.9
.9
2.5
.9
.9

8.9
5.8
.3
1.4
.6
.9

Farm
Mining exploration, shafts, and wells
Petroleum and natural gas
Other
Other5

18
19
20
21
22

1.9
3.6
3.6
0
1.0

1.0
2.7
2.7
0
.8

.5
1.5
1.5
0
.6

.2
1.9
1.9
0
5

.3
1.6
1.6
0
.5

.4
2.3
2.3
0
.4

1.0
2.8
2.8
0
.3

1.2
3.3
3.3
0
2

1.4
4.2
42
0
.3

1.2
3.7
3.7
0
.3

1.4
3.5
3.5
0
.3

1.1
3.9
3.9
0
.3

1.4
4.0
4.0
0
.3

1.3
2.7
2.7
0
2

1.5
2.5
2.5
O
.1

23
24

.9
-.5

.7
-.5

.5
-.5

.4
-.5

.4
-.4

.3
-.3

.4
-.3

.4
-.3

5
-.3

.4
-.4

.4
-.6

5
-.7

.6
-.4

.3
-2

2
-.1

New

Brokers' commissions on sale of structures .
Net purchases of used structures
Residential
New
New housing units
Permanent site
Single family structures
Multifamily structures
Mobile homes
Improvements
Other4
Brokers' commissions on sale of structures
Net purchases of used structures
Government structures and new construction forceaccount compensation.
New

22

22

25

41.4

252

203

113

93

123

173

213

235

233

33.7

373

40.1

20 2

123

26

39.4

23.4

19.6

9.8

7.9

95

15.4

221

24.0

24 2

32.1

35.1

37.9

17.9

9.3

27
28
29
30
31
32
33

33.3
33.3

17.8
17.8

16.2
16.2

7.3
7.3

4.6
4.6

5.3
5.3

10.2
102

16.3
16.3

182
182

19.0
19.0

26.5
26.5

29.4
29.4

32.0
32.0

14.6
14.6

7.2
7.2

o"
.9

o"
4.8
.7

o"
3.0
.3

0
22
2

0
3.1
2

r
3.9
.2

0
5.0
.2

0
5.6
3

o"*
55
.3

0
4.9
.3

0
5.3
.3

0
5.4
.3

0
55
.3

0
3.1
.2

0
2.1
0

34
35

2.4
-.4

2.1
-.3

1.6
-.3

1.6
-.3

13
-.3

3.3
-.2

22
-.3

1.8
-22

1.7
-22

15
-20

1.6
-.1

2.0
.8

2.0
2

1.9
.4

2.0
1.0

36

25.0

30.1

312

272

203

23.6

243

383

325

363

402

37.7

60.7

1033

55.6

•

52

37

24.1

29.4

30.5

26.4

19.6

23.1

23.7

353

30.1

33.7

39.6

37.7

60.5

1042

56.4

Buildings, excluding military
Residential
Industrial
Educational
Hospital
Other5

38
39
40
41
42
43

73
0
0
4.6

8.6
0
0
4.7
1.6
2.3

9.1
0
0
42
1.6
32

7.5
0
0
23
1.5
3.7

4.2
0
0
.9
.9
2.4

5.8
0
2
2.4
.8
2.5

5.4
.1
0
2.5
.6
22

11.4
.7
.1
5.6
1.1
3.9

8.3
1.0
0
3.3
1.0
3.0

9.1
.4
2
4.0
12
3.3

13.4
.7
.3
6.1
1.7
4.6

9.7
2.0
2.1
1.9
.7
3.0

225
3.9
14.5
1.8
5
1.9

41.1
4.6
33.7
1.4

245
5.9
17.1
.6
.4
.4

Highways and streets
Military facilities
Conservation and development
Sewer and water systems
Sewer systems
Water supply facilities
Other*

44
45
46
47
48
49
50

10.0
1.1
32
1.6
1.6
1.7

123
.4
1.4
4.5
1.9
2.6
1.7

13.0
.6
1.7
3.8
1.6
22
23

12.0
.7
1.9
2.6
1.2
1.5
1.7

8.5
.6
3.9
1.5
.7
3
.8

'8.6
.7
43
23
1.4
.9
.8

75
.6
65
2.4
1.4
1.0
12

11.0
.4
5.9
4.1
2.6
1.4
2.8

10.7
.5
5.1
3.6
2.4
12
20

12.9
.9
4.6
3.9
25
1.3
2.3

129
1.8
4.9
4.2
2.8
1.5
2.4

125
5.2
4.5
33
2.1
1.7
2.0

9.0
20.4
4.1
2.7
1.3
1.4
1.7

4.7
52.4
3.0
1.7

12

2.6
24.4
22
1.1
.4
.7
1.6

Net purchases of used structures

51

.9

.7

.8

.8

.7

.5

.7

2.5

2.5

2.3

.7

-.1

.2

-.2

-.8

See footnote(s) at end of table.




12
2.0

2

Table 5.7.—Purchases of Structures by Type in Constant Dollars—Continued
[Billions of 1987 dollars]
Line
1

Purchases of structures

1944

1945

1946

1947

m

60.5
39.9
272

117.9
106.7
54.5

133.5
116.0
49.5

2

58.0
30.7

3
4

1

1949

1948

155.5

1950

193.5

158.1
124.7
50.8

155.0
542

1951

1892
142.7
582

1952

1955

1954

1953

193.8

2042

141.0
582

149.0
632

1956

1957

217.1
158.2
65.3

235.9

234.3

177.3
69.8

175.0
77.0

231.7
169.1
77.1

1958
2362

165.6
72.6

19.8

26.2

492

46.8

131.5
51.9
50.5

50.1

53.7

58.0

57.9

619

65.0

68.5

77.0

76.8

714

Nonresidential buildings, excluding farm
Industrial
Commercial
Religious
Educational
Hospital and institutional
Other2

5
6
7
8
9
10
11

3.4
1.9
.5
.1
.1
.3
.5

9.2
5.5
1.9
.2
.3
.3
1.0

25.9
12.0
9.1
.6
1.0
.7
2.6

19.9
102
5.7
.8
1.0
.7
1.5

20.9
7.5
7.5
1.3
1.4
.7
2.4

19.4
5.4
6.5
2.0
1.5
1.1
2.9

22.4
5.9
7.9
2.3
1.6
1.9
2.8

26.6
10.4
7.4
22
1.7
2.1
2.9

24.6
11.1
5.5
1.9
1.7
1.9
2.6

27.9
10.6
8.5
22
2.0
1.5
3.0

31.5
9.9
10.8
2.9
2.6
1.6
3.6

35.6
10.9
14.7
3.3
22
1.6
2.9

422
14.3
16.9
3.6
2.5
1.5
3.5

422
15.1
152
3.7
2.2
22
3.6

39.8
10.4
15.8
3.8
2.5
2.6
4.7

Utilities
Railroads
Telecommunications
Electric light and power
Gas „...?!
Petroleum pipelines

12
13
14
15
16
17

11.4
7.2
.5
1.5
1.4
.8

11.7
7.0
.6
2.3
1.3

.5

13.1
5.8
1.4
3.8
1.4
.7

16.5
5.3
13
5.8
2.3
1.0

18.5
52
2.6
7.1
25
1.0

19.5
4.9
1.9
8.7
3.1
.9

18.8
4.4
1.6
7.8
4.0
1.1

19.1
4.7
1.6
7.4
4.4
.9

19.7
5.1
1.8
8.6
3.0
1.3

21.0
4.9
1.9
9.5
3.3
1.4

18.7
4.0
2.0
8.8
2.9
1.0

17.4
3.7
2.3
7.4
3.5
.6

19.7
3.9
3.1
82
3.9
.5

202
3.6
3.0
9.3
3.8
.6

18.8
2.6
2.6
9.5
3.5
.5

Farm
Mining exploration, shafts, and wells
Petroleum and natural gas
Other
Other3

18
19
20
21
22

1.5
3.4
3.4
0
.1

1.4
3.8
3.8
0
2

5.5
4.4
4.1
.3
.3

5.2
4.9
4.5
.4

.4

4.8
6.0
5.6
.4
.3

4.7
6.1
5.7
.3
.4

4.8
7.2
6.8
.4
.6

4.5
7.5
7.1
.4
.3

4.7
8.4
8.0
.4
.4

4.3
9.2
8.7
.4
.5

4.1
10.1
9.8
.4
.6

3.9
10.9
10.5
.4
.7

4.0
10.6
102
.4
.5

3.7
10.0
9.6
.3
.8

3.7
9.3
8.9
i
.8

Brokers' commissions on sale of structures
Net purchases of used structures

23
24

2
-.1

.4
.5

1.0
4.3

.7
2.0

.6
.8

.5
.3

.5
0

5
-2

.5
-2

.5
-.2

.5
-.2

.6
.6

.6
-.7

.6
-.4

.7
-.5

Private
Nonresidential
New

Residential
New
New housing units
Permanent site
Single family structures
Multifamily structures
Mobile homes
Improvements
Other4
Brokers' commissions on sale of structures
Net purchases of used structures

Government structures and new construction forceaccount compensation.

25

10.8

12.7

52 2

66.5

79.6

73.9

100.8

84.4

82.9

85.8

92.9

107-5

98.1

92.0

92.9

26

7.9

102

48.4

63.1

76.9

71.4

98.0

81.4

79.3

82.3

88.8

103.3

942

89.2

90.6

27
28
29
30
31
32
33

5.3
5.3

5.9
5.9

34.7
34.6

462
46.0

57.4
57.1

54.0
53.9

79.5
79.4

63.5
63.4

60.0
59.7

61.9
61.7

68.1
67.8

80.6
80.2

70.1
69.4

63.9
63.1

0
2.6
.1

0
42
.1

.1
13.3
.3

.2
16.6
2

.3
19.3
.3

.1
17.0
.3

2
18.1
.3

2
17.6
.3

.3
19.1
.3

.3
20.0
.4

.3
202
.5

.5
22.1
.5

.7
23.5
.6

.8
24.6
.7

65.4
64.7
54.3
10.4
.8
24.3
.9

34
35

2.4
5

2.6

3.3

36

3.9
-.1

3.4
.1

2.7
0

2.7
-.3

-.4

3.5
-.4

3.9
-.4

4.0
-.5

4.6
-.5

5.0
-.8

4.7
-.9

4.5
-1.7

5.1
-2.8

272

-.1
20.7

11.1

17,4

24.0

33.4

38.5

465

52.8

552

58.9

58.6

592

62.7

70.6

37

27.6

21.1

15.4

19.5

24.8

33.4

38.1

45.9

522

54.4

58.2

58.4

57.7

60.6

67.4

Buildings, exduding military
Residential
Industrial
Educational
Hospital
Other'

38
39
40
41
42
43

14.6
1.5
11.8
.4
.6
.3

9.3
.6
7.1
.6
.8

4.7
1.1
.6
1.8
.5

7.8
.8

.4

5.1
2.3
.9
.8
.7
.4

1.1
3.4
1.1
1.4

13.2
1.8
1.0
52
2.5
2.7

15.1
1.7
1.3
6.4
2.8
3.0

202
2.7
5.1
7.5
2.6
2.4

23.3
2.9
8.5
7.8
2.4
1.7

23.7
2.4
8.9
8.2
1.8
2.4

24.5
1.5
7.8
10.5
1.6
3.1

21.6
1.1
3.7
11.8
1.5
3.6

19.5
1.2
2.1
11.4
1,3
3.4

21.4
2.1
2.0
12.1
1.5
3.7

23.8
3.4
1.6
12.7
1.7
4.3

Highways and streets
Military facilities
Conservation and development
Sewer and water systems
Sewer systems
Water supply facilities
Other*

44
45
46
47
48
49
50

2.3
8.3
12
.7
.2
.5
.6

2.6
6.8
1.0
.9
.3
.5
.5

4.7
1.6
1.7
1.7
.8
.8
.6

1.4
2.3
2.6
1.4
12
12

7.9
1.0
3.4
3.5
2.0
1.5
12

10.0
.9
42
4.0
2.3
1.7
1.2

11.7
12
4.9
4.0
2.3
1.7
12

10.6
5.1
4.5
4.4
2.4
2.0
1.1

11.7
7.8
4.1
4.4
2.4
2.0
1.0

13.7
7.3
4.0
4.6
2.7
1.9
1.1

17.8
5.9
3.5
5.1
2.9
2.1
1.4

19.0
7.6
32
5.4
3.1
2.3
1.6

19.3
7.3
3.6
5.9
3.2
2.7
22

20.6
6.7
3.9
5.9
3.4
2.5
2.1

23.7
72
42
5.9
3.5
2.3
2.5

Net purchases of used structures

51

-.3

-.4

-42

-2.0

-.8

0

.4

.7

.6

.8

.8

2

1.5

2.1

32

New

•

.8
72

1. in this table, purchases of structures includes compensation of government employees engaged in new forceaccount construction. In tables 1.4 and 3.8, this compensation is classified as a service and is included as part
of government compensation of employees.
2. Consists of hotels and motels, buildings used primarily for social and recreational activities, and buildings not
elsewhere classified, such as passenger terminals, greenhouses, and animal hospitals.
3. Consists of streets, dams and reservoirs, sewer and water facilities, parte, airfields, etc. Also includes buiWngs




of private local transit systems from 1929 to 1958; beginning in 1959, these buildings are included in other
nonresidential buildings.
4. Consists of dormitories, fraternity and sorority houses, nurses' homes, etc,
5. Consists of general office buildings, police and fire stations, courthouses, auditoriums, garages, passenger terminals, etc.
6. Consists of electric and gas facilities, transit systems, airfields, etc.

Table 5.8.—Private Purchases of Producers' Durable Equipment by Type
[Billions of dollars]
Line

1930

1931

1933

1932

1935

1937

1936

1938

1939

1941

1940

1943

1942

1

5.6

A2

2.7

1.5

13

2.1

2.9

4.0

4.9

3.5

4.0

5.3

6.6

4.1

3.7

5.5

4.2

2.6

13

1.4

2.1

2.8

3.9

4.8

3.4

3.9

5.2

6.4

4.1

3.7

3
4
5
6
7
8
9

Industrial equipment
Fabricated metal products
Engines and turbines
Metalworking machinery
Special industry machinery, n.e.c
General industrial, including materials handling,
equipment.
Electrical transmission, distribution, and industrial
apparatus.

.2

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

.2

.1

.1

2

2

.2

.2
.4

.1
.3

.1
.2

.1
.1

.1
.1

.1
.1

.1
.2

.1
.2

.2
.4

.1
.3

.1
.3

2

2

.5

.5

.2
,4

.1
.1
2
.4
.4

.1
0
.1
.3
.3

.1
0
.1
.2
.2

0
0
0
.1
.1

0
0
0
.2
.1

.1
0
.1
.2
.2

.1
0
.1
.2
.2

.1
0
.2
.3
.3

.1
.1
.3
.4
.4

.1
0
.2
.3
.3

.1
.1
.2
.3
.3

.1
.1
.5
.3
.3

.1
.1
.7
.4
.4

.1
0
.6
.3
.2

2.1
.5
1.1
0
.1
.4

1.6
.4
.7
0
.1
.4

.9

.5
.1
.3
0
0
0

.5

.5
0
.1
.1

.3
0
0
0

.8
.3
.4
0
0
.1

1.1
.3
.6
0
0
.1

1.5
.4
.8
0
.1
.2

1.7
.4
.8
0
.1
.4

1.1
.3
.5
0
.1
.1

1.4
.4
.7
0
.1
.2

1.9
.5
.9
0
.1
.3

2.4
.6
1.2
0

1.0
.1
.3
0
.2
.4

.1
,1
.1
0
0
.1

.1
0
0
0
0
.1

.1
.1
.1
0
.1
.1

.2
.1
.1
0
.1
.1

2
2
2

2
2
2

.3

2
2

.1
.1
.1

.2
.3
.2
.1
.1
.2

2
.1
.1
.1

.1
.1
.1

.1
.1
.2

.3
.3
.3
.1
.2

2

.2
.1
.1
0
0
.1

.2
.2

.3
.1
.1
.1

2

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

0
3.7

.1
.......

10
11
12
13
14
15

.3

.......

0
,6
.2
.3

16
17
18
19
20
21
22

.

Less; Sale of equipment scrap excluding autos
Residential equipment
Addenda:
Private purchases of producers' durable equipment ,
Less*. Dealers' margin on used equipment
Net purchases of used equipment from
government.
Plus: Net sales of used equipment
Net exports of used equipment
Sate of equipment scrap
Equals: Private purchases of new equipment

23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31

Private purchases of producers' durable
equipment.
Nonresidential equipment
Information processing and related equipment
Office, computing, and accounting machinery .
Computers and peripheral equipment'
Other1
Communication equipment2
Instruments
Photocopy and related equipment
Industrial equipment
Fabricated metal products
Engines and turbines
Metalworking machinery
Special industry machinery, n.e.c
General industrial, including materials handling,
equipment
Electrical transmission, distribution, and industrial
apparatus.

.3

.4
.2
3
.1
.1

2

33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15

17
18
19
20
21
22

Other equipment
Furniture and fixtures
Tractors
Agricultural machinery, except tractors
Construction machinery, except tractors
Mining and oilfield machinery
Service industry machinery
Electrical equipment n.e.c
Other
....

23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31

Less: Sale of equipment scrap exctuding autos

2
.4

.9
.1
.3
0
.2
.3

2

.2
.2
.3
.1
.1
.2

.2
.1
.2
.1
.1
.2

2

.1

.1

33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40

0

0

5.6

42

2.7

1.5

1.5

2.1

2.9

4.0

4.9

3.5

4.0

5.3

66

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

5.5

42

2.7

1.5

1.5

2.1

2.9

3.9

4.8

3.5

3.9

5.2

6.5

4.1

3.7

1944

1945

1947

1946

1950

1949

1948

1952

1951

1954

1953

1955

1957

1956

1958

5.0

73

10.1

15.6

17.6

16.0

18 2

202

20.1

21.9

21.2

24.3

26.8

29.0

25.4

5.0

7.3

9.9

153

173

15.7

17.8

19.9

19.7

213

20.8

23.9

26.3

28.6

24.9

.2

2

1.2
.4

1.7
.6

1.8
.6

1.6
.6

1.8
.6

2.1
.7

2.4
.7

2.7
.8

2.4
.8

2.8
.9

3.4
1.1

4.0
14

3.6
1.4

2
J

2

.4
.4
.2
.1

.6
.7
3
,1

.6
.7
.3
.1

.6
.6
.3
.1

.6
.7
.4
.1

.7
.9
.5
.1

.7
1.1
.5
.1

.8
1.2
.5

.8
1.0
.4

2

2

.9
1.2
.6
.2

1.1
1.4
.6
.2

1.4
1.7
.7
.2

1.4
1.5
.6
2

3.1
.3
.1
.8
.8
.7

4.6
.5
.1
.8
12
1.0

4.6
.5
.2
.7
1.3
1.1

3.7
.4
.2
.5
1.1
.8

4.4
.5
.3
.7
1.3
.8

5.6
.7
1.1
1.5
1.1

5.9
.8
.3
1.2
1.3
1.0

6.7
.8
.3
1.5
1.4
1.2

7.0
.9
.5
1.7
1.3
1.2

7.2
.8
.4
1.4
1.5
1.5

8.8
.9
.4
1.9
1.8
1.8

9.6
1.1
.6
2.0
1.8
1.9

8.1
1.0
.7
1.3
1.6
1.6

.4

.8

.8

.7

.9

12

1.4

1.5

1.5

1.5

1.9

2.1

1.8

3.0
1.2
1.0
.2
.3
.4

4.9
1.7
1.8
.1
.6
.6

5.5
2.1
2.0
.1
.3
1.1

5.7
1.8
2.5
.1
.2
1.1

6.4
2.1
3.2
.1

5.7
1.9
2.2
.2
.4
1.1

6.6
1.8
3.2
.2
.3
1.0

6.0
1.7
3.3

7.4
2.5
3.2
.4
.4
.9

8.3
2.3
3.6
.5
.6
1.3

6.1
2.1
2.6
,4
.5
.6

4.2
.7
.5
.7
.5

43
.6
.8
1.0
.5
.3
.9

5.6
.9
.9
1.1
.6
.4
.9
.3
.5

5.7
.9
.9
1.1
.7
.5
1.0

.4

5.5
.7
.7
1.0
.7
.3
1.4
.2
.5

5.7
.9
.8
1.0
.7
.4
1.1
.2
.5

.6
5.4
1.0
.7
.9
.5
.4
1.1
.2
.5

7.5
2.4
4.0
.2
.3
.7

2.7
.5
.3
.3
.4
.2
.5
,1
.3

.9
5.2
.7
.8
1.0
.5
.3
1.0
.3
.5

6.6
2.4
2.6
.1
.3
1.2

6.5
1.2
.9
1.0
.7
.6
1.2
.3
.6

7.0
1.3
.9
.9
.9
.6
1.4
.3
.7

6.9
1.3
.8
.9
.8
.6
1.5
.3
.7

7.1
1.3
.9
1.2
.9
.4
1.3
.2
.8

0

.1

0

0

.1

.1

.1

.1

0

.1

2

.1

.1

2

.3

3

.4

.4

.4

.4

.4

.4

3

.5

18.2

20 2
.3

.1

2

20.1
.2
0

21.9
.2
0

212
.1
0

24.3
.3
.1

26.8
.3
.2

29.0
.3
.1

25.4
.3
.1

.7
0
.1
18.6

.9
0
.1
20.8

.9
0
.1
20.8

.9
0
.1
22.8

.8
0
0
21.9

.9
.1
.1
25.0

.9
.1
.2
27.4

1.0
.1
.1
29.8

1.1
.1
.1
26.2

2
.1
.5
.4
.5

.8

.2
.2
.6
.5
.7

32

Addenda:
Private purchases of producers' durable equipment .
Less: Dealers' margin on used equipment
Net purchases of used equipment from
government.
Plus: Net sales of used equipment
Net exports of used equipment .. ....
Sale of equipment scrap .......
Equals: Private purchases of new equipment

2

4.1

16

Transportation and related equipment
Trucks, buses, and truck trailers
Autos
Aircraft
Ships and boats
Railroad equipment

Residential equipment.......

2

32

Line

1.0
.3

1.7
.9

2

2

0
.1
.3

0
.2
.3

2
.3
.3
0

2
2
2
0

.3
.3
.4
.3
.3
.3

2
0

5.0

7.3

0

.1

5.0

7.2

2
1.0

2

2
.5
3

10.1
.1
.6

15.6

2

2

.6

.3

16.0
.2
.1

0
.1
0
9.5

.1
.1
.1
15.1

.3
.1
0
17.5

.5
0
0
16.4

n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified.
1. line 5 includes new computers and peripheral equipment only. Prior to 1982, all computers and peripheral
equipment are included in other office, computing, and accounting machinery (line 6).




1934

2

Private purchases of producers' durable
equipment.
Nonresidential equipment
Information processing and related equipment
Office, computing, and accounting machinery
Computers and peripheral equipment1
Other1
Communication equipment2
Instruments
Photocopy and related equipment

Transportation and related equipment
Trucks, buses, and truck trailers
Autos
Aircraft
Ships and boats
Railroad equipment
Other equipment
Furniture and fixtures
Tractors
Agricultural machinery, except tractors
Construction machinery, except tractors
Mining and oilfield machinery
Service industry machinery
Electrical equipment, n.e.c
Other

1929

17.6

2

2

2

2
.5

2
2

3

2. For 1929-45. includes electrical transmission, distribution, and industrial apparatus (line 16) and electrical equipmerit n.e.c (line 30).

Table 5.9.—Private Purchases of Producers' Durable Equipment by Type in Constant Dollars
[Billions of 1987 dollars]
1930

1929

1934

1933

1932

1931

1939

1938

1937

1936

1935

1941

1940

1942

1943

41.8

Nonresidential equipment
Information processing and related equipment
Office, computing, and accounting machinery ...
Computers and peripheral equipment1
Other1
Communication equipment2
Instruments .
Photocopy and related equipment..

33.2

22.0

12.7

13.1

18.1

24.4

34.1

39.0

27.4

31.1

40.3

47.5

28.8

26.1

41.7

Private purchases of producers' durable
equipment.

33.0

21.9

12.6

12.9

17.9

24.3

33.9

38.7

272

30.9

40.1

47.2

28.6

26.0

.4

.1

.2

.2

.3

.3

.3

.3

.3

.4

.3

2

12

.1
.6

.1
.5

.2
.7

.2
1.0

.3
1.2

.3
1.9

.3
1.3

.3
1.7

.3
2.5

.4
2.6

.3
1.7

1.5

.9
.5
1.6
3.7
3.6

.7
.3
1.0
2.9
2.7

.5

.4
.1
.5
2.2
1.7

.5

.4
2.0
1.7

.5
.3
1.4
2.9
2.8

.7
.5
2.1
4.0
3.9

.8
.7
2.6
4.3
4.2

.6
.5
1.4
32
3.0

.7
.6
2.0
3.4
3.4

.8
.6
4.1
3.6
3.5

1.0
.5
5.5
3.6
3.5

.9
2
5.0
2.9
2.3

4.7
2.3
2.7

11.6
2.8
4.4

3.7
12
1.9
0
.3
.4

4.5
1.5
2.5
.1
.2
.2

6.9
2.4
3.2
.3
.9

8.9
3.2
4.7
.1
.1
.8

12.5
4.1
6.0
.1
.7
1.5

13.8
4.1
6.1

1.3
3.0

7.1
2.0
32
.1
1.1
.7

.7
2.7

8.7
2.5
3.6
.2
1.4
1.0

10.6
3.5
5.0
.3
.6
1.2

14.6
4.0
6.5
.4
1.5
2.1

16.8
4.7
7.2
.4
1.9
2.7

6.4
.9
1.1
.1
2.0
2.4

. 5.9
1.0
1.1
0
2.3
15

2.3
1.2
2.3
1.3
2.0
.9

1.9
1.1
2.1
1.1
1.2
.7

1.3
.8
1.0
.6
.6
.6

.8
.4
.5
.1
.5
.4

.7
.4
.1
.5
.4

1.0
.5
.6
.3
.8
.5

1.1
.9
12
.5
1.1
.6

1.4
1.5
1.5
.8
1.8
.9

1.7
1.9
1.9
1.0
1.6
1.0

1.4
1.5
1.9
.8
1.0
.8

1.5
1.5
1.5
.8
1.2
.9

1.8
1.8
1.7
1.0
1.6
1.0

2.3
2.6
2.5
1.0
2.6
1.0

1.5
1.4
2.2
.8
1.3
.7

1.3
.6
1.4
.7
1.2
.8

.9

.7

.6

.5

.5

.5

.6

.7

.6

.5

.6

.7

.9

.7

.6

2

Other equipment
Furniture and fixtures
Tractors
Agricultural machinery, except tractors ...
Construction machinety, except tractors .
Mining and oilfield machinety
Service industry machinery
Electrical equipment, ae,c
Other

.1

2

14.6
3.5
6.6
.4
1.0
2.9

Transportation and related equipment
Trucks, buses, and truck trailers
Autos
Aircraft .
Ships and boats .
Railroad equipment .

2

.3
1.6

1.1
.6
2.3
4.9
4.7

Industrial equipment
Fabricated metal products
Engines and turbines
Metalworking machinery .
Special industry machinery, n.e.c
General industrial, including materials handling,
equipment.
Electrical transmission, distribution, and industrial
apparatus.

.3

.4
1.8

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

2

2

.2

2

2

.2

.3

2

.1

2

2

2

2
.8
2.4
2.1

2

2

2

1.1

A

Less: Sale of equipment scrap, excluding autos .

Residential equipment
Une

Private purchases of producers' durable
equipment.
Nonresidential equipment

1944

1945

1947

1951

1950

1953

1952

1954

1957

1956

1955

51.4

60.7

825

84.6

71.8

78.9

825

81.0

865

815

91.4

95.0

95.8

34.7

515

60.4

82.0

84.1

715

785

82.4

80.4

85.7

805

90.8

94.3

95.0

.8

4.7
1.0

4.8
1.1

4.4
.9

4.8
1.0

5.4
1.1

6.2
1.1

6.8
1.2

5.9
1.2

6.9
1.3

8.0
1.5

8.9
1.9

1.0
1.9
1.6
2

1.1
1.9
1.6
.2

.9
1.7
1.5
2

1.0
1.9
1.7
2

1.1
2.1
1.9
.2

1.1
2.8
2.1
2

1.2
32
2.1
.3

1.2
2.8
1.6
.3

1.3
3.1
2.1
.3

1.5
3.8
2.3
.3

1.9
4.3
2.4
.4

32.5
3.1
1.0
7.1
10.4
7.5

30.0
2.8
1.5
5.4
10.0
72

22.8
22
1.4
3.5
7.8
5.1

26.5
2.4
1.8
4.9
8.9
5.1

29.5
2.9
1.3
6.4
9.3
5.6

30.1
3.3
1.8
6.7
8.2
5.3

33.3
3.5
1.7
8.4
85
6.3

342
3.7
2.4
9.2
7.6
62

34.1
3.3
22
7.5
8.8
72

37.7
3.4
2.0
9.3
9.6
7.7

37.8
3.9
2.5
8.7
9.0
7.7

3.4

3.1

2.8

3.3

4.0

4.8

5.0

5.1

5.1

5.7

6.0

22.3
8.6
5.9
.9
4.0
3.0

222
9.5
5.9
.4
1.7
4.7

212
7.7
6.9
.7
1.0
4.8

22.8
92
8.7
.4
.9
3.5

22.6
9.6
62
.4
1.8
4.6

19.0
7.2
4.8
1.0
2.0
4.1

21.5
7.1
8.1
.9
1.7
3.7

18.4
6.8
7.6
1.0
.9
2.1

23.2
8.9
9.8
.7
1.3
2.4

21.3
8.7
6.0
1.6
1.9
3.0

23.0
7.7
7.0
2.1
2.4
3.8

22.7
3.4
3.5
4.4
4.0
2.0
3.3
.7
1.5

27.2
3.1
4.5
5.5
4.7
2.5
4.5
.7
1.7

23.1
2.9
4.7
5.3
3.0
1.9
3.1
.6
1.5

24.5
3.0
5.0
5.3
3.3
22
3.3
5
1.6

25.2
3.7
5.1
5.2
3.6
2.7
2.8
.7
1.4

25.4
3.5
4.9
5.1
4.0
2.7
3.0
.7
1.5

24.4
3.4
4.5
4.6
3.7
2.5
3.6
.6
1.5

22.5
35
3.6
4.3
3.0
2.2
3.4
.6
1.5

26.9
4.4
4.7
4.5
4.0
2.9
3.9
.7
1.8

27.7
4.7
4.5
3.9
4.6
3.0
4.4
.8
1.8

25.7
4.4
3.7
3.7
3.8
2.9
4.5
.8
1.9

.8
4.1

Industrial equipment
Fabricated metal products .
Engines and turbines
Metalworking machinery .
Special industry machinery, ae.c
General industrial, including materials handling,
equipment.
Electrical transmission, distribution, and industrial
apparatus.

2.4
.4
5.7
7.0
6.4

Transportation and related equipment.
Trucks, buses, and truck trailers
Autos.
Aircraft
Ships and boats
Railroad equipment .

10.4
5.6
.6
.4
1.9
1.9

Other equipment
Furniture and fixtures
Tractors
Agricultural machinery, except tractors ...
Construction machinery, except tractors .
Mining and oilfield machinery
Service industry machinery
Electrical equipment, n.e.c
Other

15.9
6.5
42
1.4
2.0
1.8
2.9
1.9
2.6
3.8
2.0
2.1
12
.1

Less: Sale of equipment scrap, excluding autos .

.1

.1

.3

.1

2

.3

5

2

.3

2

.4

.4

.3

5

5

5

.5

.6

5

.5

.6

.6

.7

.7

.7

n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified.
1. Line 5 includes new computers and peripheral equipment only. Prior to 1982, all computers and peripheral
equipment are included in other office, computing, and accounting machinery (line 6).




1949

1948

344

Information processing and related equipment ....
Office, computing, and accounting machinery .
Computers and peripheral equipment1
Other1
Communication equipment2
Instruments .
Photocopy and related equipment..

Residential equipment

1946

2. For 1929-45, includes electrical transmission, distribution, and industrial apparatus (line 16) and electrical equipment n.e.c (line 30).

Table 5.10.—Change in Business Inventories by Industry: Annual, 1929-58, and Quarterly, 1946-58
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
Une
Change In business inventories

1929

1930

1931

1

1.7

-A

Farm

2

-.1

Nonfarm
Change in book value1
Inventory valuation adjustment2

3
4
5

Manufacturing
Durable goods
Nondurable goods

6
7
8

Wholesale trade
Durable goods
Nondurable goods

9
10
11

Merchant wholesalers
Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Nonmerchant wholesalers
Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Retail trade
Durable goods
Automotive
Other
Nondurable goods

1932

1933

1934

1935

1937

1936

1939

1938

1941

1940

1942

1943

-1.1

-2.5

-1 5

-.6

1.1

12

2.7

-5

2

2.4

AA

1.9

-.8

-.3

.5

.1

-.1

-.8

.7

-.9

.9

.4

-.1

.5

A

1.3

-.2

1.8
12
.6

-.1
—4,1
4.0

-1.6
-4.6
3.0

-2.6
-3.9
1.3

-1.4
1.3
-2.7

.2
.9
-.7

.4
.7
-.3

2.1
2.9
-.9

1.7
1.8
-.1

-1.0
-22
12

,3
12
-.9

1.9
2.1
-2

4.0
7.1
-3.1

.7
2.2
-1.6

-.6
.4
-.9

.9

.7

-.6

-12

-.6

.1

2

1.1

1.3

-.6

2

12

2.6

1.6

2

.1

-.4

-2

-.1

.1

.3

2

-2

.1

.2

.2

-.6

-2

.7

.1

-2

.1

.5

.9

-.4

-.5

.1

-.1

.4

.1

-.1

0

0

12
13
14
15
16
17
:

Other
Durable goods3
Nondurable goods3

18
19
20
21
22

.3

-.5

-.3

-.7

-.5

0

.3

23
24
25

.6

-.4

-.3

-.6

-2

0

-.1

Line
Change in business Inventories

1944

1945

1947

1946

1948

1949

0

1950

1951

1952

-.1

0

1954

1953

1955

1957

1956

1958

1

-.9

-1-4

62

55

-25

5.9

10.1

35

13

-1.9

45

4.1

.9

Farm

2

-.3

-.9

-2

-1.8

2.7

-.6

-.1

1.0

1.4

.7

2

-.6

-1.0

.1

2.0

Nonfarm
Change in book value1
Inventory valuation adjustment2

3
4
5

-.6
-2
-.4

-.6
.1
-.7

6.4
13.3
-7.0

1.3
8.7
-7.4

3.0
5.5
-2.6

-22
-4.5
2.3

6.0
12.1
-6.1

9.1
10.6
-15

2.1
1.0
12

1.1
22
-12

-2.1
-1.8
-.4

5.5
7.4
-1.9

5.1
8.3
-32

.8
2.6
-1.8

-2.3
-2.0
-.3

Manufacturing
Durable goods
Nondurable goods

6
7
8

-.8

-1.6

2.9

1.3
-2
15

-1.6
-1.4
-2

22
1.5
.7

7.9
5.3
2.6

1.9
1.6
.3

12
1.1
0

-2.6
-2 3
-2

2.6
1.6
1.1

3.8
26
1.2

-.3
-2
-.1

-2.1
-2.0
0

Wholesale trade
Durable goods
Nondurable goods

9
10
11

2

.6

3

0
.1
-2

.6
5
.1

0
-1
.1

1.4
5
.6

.3
5
-2

.3
-.3
5

.1
o
.1

.3
0
2

1.1
.8
.4

.4
-.1
.6

-.2
0
-2

0
0
0

.6
12

1.2
.7

-.4
-.3

2.1
1.4

0
2

0
-.1

.4
.3

.1
-2

2.1
1.1

.2
-.3

.8
.7

-2

Merchant wholesalers
Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Nonmerchant wholesalers
Durable goods
Nondurable goods

J5

JS
.1
.3

-.4

12
13
14
15
16
17

Retail trade
Durable goods
Automotive
. . .
Other
Nondurable goods

18
19
20
21
22

-.1

.3

2.0

Other
Durable goods3
Nondurable goods3

23
24
25

.1

.1

.6

"i

-.2
-.7

-.6

.5

0

5

1.0

.5

.1

.3

-.1

-.3

.3

.8

0

-.6

0

-.3

.7

.5

0

.3

-.1

-.3

.3

5

0

-5

0

-.3

.7

.5

0

1

II

1947

1946

.4

.1

1948

5

1950

1949

Line
IV

HI

II

1

III

IV

II

1

in

II

1

IV

ill

IV

II

1

1

5.7

8.6

5.9

45

.4

-12

-23

1.6

35

5.7

73

53

.4

-5.3

-15

-43

20

23

Farm

2

-.3

-.1

0

-.4

-1.1

-2.7

-25

-.8

1.3

28

3.4

3.1

-2

-12

-.9

-2

-.1

-1.3

Nonfarm
Change in book value'
Inventory valuation adjustment2

3
4
5

60
7.4
-1.4

8.7
12.1
-3.4

5.9
17.3
-11.4

4.8
16.5
-11.7

1.5
13.4
-11.9

15
7.0
-5.4

-.3
5.1
-5.4

2.4
92
-6.8

2.3
5.8
-3.5

2.9
6.6
-3.7

3.9
7.3
-3.4

23
2.4
3

.6
-1.4
2.0

-4.1
-7.7
3.6

-.6
—4.1
3.5

-4.7
.2

22
2.9
-.7

4.2
8.1
-3.9

Manufacturing
Durable goods
Nondurable goods

6
7
8

2.5

24

5.1

1.6

13
-.5
1.5

-.1
.6
-.7

.9
12
-.3

0
-.7
.7

0
-12
12

22
0
23

21
3
13

.7
.1
.6

12
.7
.5

-2.7
-2.1
-.6

-2.6
-2.3
-.3

-2.2
-1.8
-5

.5
-.1
.6

.9
1.4
-.4

Wholesale trade
Durable goods
Nondurable goods

g
10
11

1.1

1.3

-.1

1.0

1.4
.3
1.0

.6
.1
5

-.8
5
-1.3

-1.3
-.4
-.9

0
.4
-.4

.5
5
0

1.1
.6
5

.7
.4
3

.3
.1
2

-.6
-.8
.1

.3
.2
.1

.1
0
.1

12
2
1.0

1.5
.9
.6

............

............

5
.1

1.3
.7

-12
-.6

-.4
-1.0

2.2
2.5

-2.0
-2.2

.5
-.8

1.6
1.1

A

Change in business Inventories

Merchant wholesalers
Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Nonmerchant wholesalers
Durable goods
Nondurable goods

12
13
14
15
16
17

............
Z Z "

Z.1L".

:zz:

:zz: Liz: z:z

l z l .

18
19
20
21
22

1.4

4.6

-.1

2.4

-.4
2.5

24

3

Other
Durable goods3
Nondurable goods3

23
24
25

.9

.6

3

-.1

-.6

2

.7

.6

-.4

-5

2

7

5

See footnote(s) at end of table.




.8
.7

-1.1
.8

:*i

3.1
.6

.4
.3

2.7
1.9

Retail trade
Durable goods
Automotive
Other
Nondurable goods

'

.1
-.1

.6

-.6

.6

-3

2

1.3

.5

0

.1

.3

-.4

-.5

-.5

0

.2

o"

.1

3

-.4

-.5

-.5

0

2

.....

Table 5.10.—Change in Business Inventories by Industry: Annual, 1929-58, and Quarterly, 1946-5&-Continued
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
1950

1953

1952

1951

1954

line

1

Change in business inventories

III

IV

III
4.3

I

II

14.5

10.4

15.0

IV

9.9

I
4.9

4.9

IV

III

II
-1.5

5.6

1
1

I

5.1

IV

3.8

3.4

22

I

II

11
1

-2.2

III

-1.9

-3.4

-2.1

IV

2

.5

.7

12

.9

.8

1.1

1.0

1.9

22

.5

.8

-.7

.7

2.1

.8

-.2

.7

-.5

3
4
5

3.8
12.8
-9.0

13.8
24.4
-10.6

9.3
19.9
-10.6

14.0
15.3
-1.3

9.1
5.1
4.0

3.8
2.0
1.8

4.0
2.6
1.4

-3.3
-4.7
1.3

3.3
2.5
.9

4.6
3.5
1.1

3.0
3.6
-.5

4.1
5.7
-1.7

1.5
4.0
-2.5

-4.3
—4.4
.1

-2.8
-2.8
0

-3.2
-3.2
.1

-2.8
-2.0
-.8

.2
1.0
-.8

Manufacturing
Durable goods
Nondurable goods

6
7
8

.7
1.1
-.4

6.5
3.6
3.0

4.7
3.3
1.4

11.1
6.8
4.3

112
7.9
3.3

4.5
3.3
1.1

6.0
4.1
1.8

-1.4

.8
.6
.2

2.0
1.8
.2

2.5
2.3
2

2.9
2.5
.4

1.5
1.7
-2

-2.2
-1.9
-.3

-3.8
-3.2
-.6

-3.9
-4.0
0

-3.3
-2.5
-.7

.6
.3
.3

Wholesale trade
Durable goods
Nondurable goods

9
10
11

.1
-.1
2

2.6
Z1
5

.4
.3
.1

1.7
1.8
-.2

-.1
.4
-.5

-.7
-.3
-.4

-.7
-.8
.1

-.6
.4

1.0
-2
1.2

1.5
.7
.8

.5
.7
-.1

.3
-.3
.6

2
.4
-2

-.7
-.7
0

.5
0
.6

.6
.1
.6

-.2
0
-.1

.1
2
-.1

1.5
.2

2.0
12

.4
.8

1.6
.7

.4
.9

-.8
-1.1

.3
-.5

2
.1

.6
0

-.6
-.7

.6

.1

Nonfarm
Change in book value1
Inventory valuation adjustment2

Merchant wholesalers .
Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Nonmerchant wholesalers
Durable goods
Nondurable goods

.......

..........

-12

12
13
14
15
16
17

Retail trade
Durable goods
Automotive
Other
Nondurable goods

18
19
20
21
22

2.7
1.1

3.8
4.1

3.8
1.0

.5
1.1

-2.9
-.3

-1.2
-.9

-2.0
-.9

-1.7
-1.0

1.6

-.4

U

-.7

-2.5

-.3

-1.1

-.7

1.4

.8

-.4

.9

-.5

2

.8

.1

Other
Durable goods3
Nondurable goods3

23
24
25

.3

.9

.4

.7

.9

1.3

.8

.2

-.1

-.9

-.4

-.8

-.6

-.6

.1

-.1

0

.1

.3

.9

.4

.7

.9

i"3

.8

.2

-.1

-.9

-.4

-.8

-.6

-.6

.1

-.1

0

.1

1955

1957

1956

1958

Une
1

Change in business inventories .

II

III

IV

1

II

IV

11
1

1

II

III

IV

III

It

I

1

3.7

4.6

42

7.1

6.6

3.7

3.7

25

2.3

2.6

3.0

-4.3

-4.0

-42

1.5

Farm

2

-.1

-1.1

-1.3

.3

0

-1.5

-.8

-1.6

.3

.7

.5

-1.0

22

1.6

22

Nonfarm
Change in book value1
Inventory valuation adjustment2

3
4
5

3.8
4.8
-.9

5.7
7.0
-12

5.5
8.0
-25

6.8
9.9,
-3.1

6.6
10.0
-3.4

52
9.5
-4.3

4.4
5.9
-1.5

4.1
7.8
-3.6

2.0
4.8
-2.8

2.0
3.9
-1.9

2.5
3.9
-1.4

-3.3
-2.0
-1.3

-6.3
-6.0
-.3

-5.8
-6.1
.2

-.7
-.5
-2

Manufacturing
Durable goods .,
Nondurable goods .

6
7
8

.9
.3
.6

25
1.6
.9

3.3
2.0
1.3

3.9
2.5
1.4

5.0
4.0
1.0

4.8
3.3
1.5

2.8
.9
1.9

2.4
2.1
2

1.6
.9
.7

5
.7
-.2

.6
.8
-.2

-1.0
-32
-.8

-42
-4.1
0

-5.0
-4.1
-1.0

-1.0
-.6
-.4

Wholesale trade
Durable goods
Nondurable goods .

9
10
11

.5
.6
-.1

1.6
12
.4

12
.5
.7

12
.8
.4

.3
-.1
.4

-.5
-.3
-.2

1.4
0
1.4

.5
-.1
.6

-.2
-.1
-.1

.2
.4
-2

-.1
.3
-.4

-.7
-.5
-2

-.9
-.7
-2

0
-.2
.2

.3
2
0

1.6
1.4

1.5
.3

2.4
1.1

.5
.4

.4
-1.0

-.3
-.6

2
-.1

.2
-.1

1.3
1.0

1.1
1.1

.5
.7

-1.4
-1.4

-.8
-1.2

.2
-.5

0

Merchant wholesalers
Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Nonmerchant wholesalers .
Durable goods .
Nondurable goods .

12
13
14
15
16
17

Retail trade
Durable goods
Automotive
Other .
Nondurable goods .

18
19
20
21
22

2.9
1.5

12

1.3

.1

1.4

2

.3

.3

.3

Other.
Durable goods3 ....
Nondurable goods3

23
24
25

-.4

0

-.4

-.7

.7

5

5

1.1

.4

-.1

.9

.8

.2

0

-.1

-.4

0

-.4

-.7

.7

5

.5

1.1

.4

-.1

.9

.8

2

0

-.1

1.4

2

1. Beginning in 1982, this series is derived primarily from the Census Bureau series "current cost inventories."
For earlier periods, it is derived from the Census Bureau "book value inventories" series. The series differ in the
treatment of inventories reported on a last-in. first-out (UFO) basis: The series prior to 1982 is a mix of UFO and
non-UFO inventories; the series beginning in 1982 is entirely on a non-LIFO basis.
2. Beginning with 1973, the inventory valuation adjustment (IVA) shown in this table differs from the IVA that
adjusts business incomes. The IVA in this table reflects the mix of methods (first-in, first-out; last-in, first-out; etc.)
underlying inventories derived primarily from Census Bureau statistics (see Footnote 1). This mix differs from that




-.1

0

.5

.7

underlying business income derived primarily from Internal Revenue Service statistics. Prior to 1973. the two IVAS
are the same because information required for separate estimates is not available.
3. Prior to 1959, inventories held by construction establishments are included in line 25.
NOTE.—Estimates for 1986 and earlier periods are based on the 1972 Standard Industrial Classification (SIC).
Beginning in 1987, estimates are based on the 1987 SIC. This discontinuity is small and affects only the manufacturing durable and manufacturing nondurable goods estimates.

Table 5.11.—Change in Business Inventories by Industry in Constant Dollars: Annual, 1929-58, and Quarterly, 1947-58
[Billions of 1987 dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
Line
Change In business inventories

1929

1930

1931

1933

1932

1934

1935

1936

1937

1939

1938

1940

1941

1943

1942

1

10.6

-5

-7.8

-17.5

-10.2

-5.8

5A

10.0

13.6

-5A

3.0

14.7

27.4

115

Farm

2

.4

.4

3.4

2.4

.8

-6.8

2.5

-3.5

3.0

1.9

1.1

2.6

3.0

5.5

1.1

Nonfarm

3

10.2

-1.3

-112

-20.0

-10.9

1.0

2.9

13.5

10.6

-7.3

1.9

12.1

24.4

5.8

-12

Manufacturing
Durable goods
Nondurable goods

4
5
6

Wholesale trade
Durable goods
Nondurable goods

-.1

7
8
9

Merchant wholesalers
Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Nonmerchant wholesalers
Durable goods
Nondurable goods

.........

10
11
12
13
14
15

Retail trade
Durable goods
Automotive
Other
Nondurable goods

16
17
18
19
20

Other
Durable goods1
Nondurable goods'

21
22
23

Line
Change in business inventories

1944

1945

1946

1947

1948

1950

1949

1951

1954

1953

1952

1955

1957

1956

1958

1

-5.6

-8.7

28.0

.3

13.7

-9.1

22-5

304

9.6

5.1

-5.6

16.1

12.1

2.1

Farm

2

-1.7

-2.9

-1.2

-3.7

3.1

».3

1.0

2.9

2.9

1.8

.9

-.7

-2.9

-.1

3.7

Nonfarm

3

-3.9

-5.9

292

3.9

10.6

-8.8

21.6

27.1

6.6

3.3

-65

16.8

15.0

22

-6.0

-25

Manufacturing
Durable goods
Nondurable goods

4
5
6

1.5
.4
1.1

3.4
-.8
42

-5.7
-5.0
-.7

6.9
5.0
1.9

23.3
16.7
6.6

5.7
4.9
.8

3.8
3.7
.1

-7.7
-7.0
-.7

7.5
4.4
3.1

10.6
72
3.4

-1.0
.1
-1.1

-5.4
-5.3
-.1

Wholesale trade
Durable goods
Nondurable goods

7
8
9

-.1
.2
-.3

3.0
2.3
.6

.1
-.3
.4

4.9
3.0
1.9

1.6
2.0
-.4

.7
-1.0
1.7

.4
.1
.3

.7
-.1
.7

3.8
2.5
1.3

1.6
-.1
1.7

-.5
.1
-.6

-.1
-.1
.1

1.5
2.5

4.6
2.3

-1.1
-.9

7.4
4.0

.1
.7

0
-5

1.3
1.1

.4
-.7

6.4
32

.8
-.9

22
1.9

-5
-1.9

Merchant wholesalers
Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Nonmerchant wholesalers
Durable goods ...
Nondurable goods

10
11
12
13
14
15

Retail trade
Durable goods
Automotive
Other
Nondurable goods

16
17
18
19
20

Other
Durable goods1 .
Nondurable goods1

21
22
23

-1.1

2.3

-2

3.4

-.6

3

2

12

32

1.7

.3

14

1.0

-.4

-2.0

2.3

2.1

2

-2.2

.1

-.9

2.1

1.5

0

1.0

-.4

-2.0

2.3

2.1

2

-22

.1

-.9

2.1

15

o"

11
1

IV

1

1947
1

III

1
1

1949

1948

Line
IV

1

III

II

IV

II

1

1950
11
1

II

IV

1

-5

-.4

-52

7.1

9.7

142

172

135

-.3

-165

-4.7

-14.8

105

135

154

2

-2.8

-4.7

-4.6

-2.5

1.3

4.0

3.7

3.2

-2

-2.0

-.6

1.7

.9

-1.4

15

2.6

3

2.3

4.3

-.6

9.6

85

102

135

10.4

-.1

-14.5

-4.1

-16.4

9.9

15.4

142

465

Manufacturing
Durable goods
Nondurable goods

4
5
6

32
-1.7
4.9

-.1
1.9
-2.0

2.9
3.7
-.8

0
-2.4
2.4

-1.3
-4.4
3.1

6.5
-.1
6.6

62
.9
5.3

22
.4
1.8

3.0
1.6
1.4

-9.0
-7.2
-1.8

-92
-8.3
-.9

-7.6
-62
-1.5

1.8
-2

to

3.5
4.9
-1.4

2.6
3.7
-12

19.7
11.7
8.0

Wholesale trade
Durable goods
Nondurable goods

7
8
9

4.3
1.0
32

1.8
2
1.6

-2.4
1.4
-3.8

-4.0
-1.8
-2.2

1.1
1.9
-.8

2.8
2.6
.2

4.7
2.7
2.0

32
2.1
1.1

1.1
.4
.7

-2.3
-25
2

1.1
5
.3

.3
0
.3

4.0
.9
3.1

5.7
3.6
2.0

2
-2
.4

9.8
75
2.0

-12
-3.0

69
8.0

-5.9
-65

3.3
-2.5

5.5
3.4

10.0
3.5
.............

11.0
11.8

Change in business inventories
Farm

,

Nonfarm

Merchant wholesalers
Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Nonmerchant wholesalers
Durable goods
Nondurable goods

10
11
12
13
14
15

""

Retail trade
Durable goods
Automotive ...
Other
Nondurable goods

16
17
18
19
20

-2.5
5.6

1.7
1.4

-4.0
1.6

10.6
1.5

10.3
6.5

12
.7

2.4
.3

4.6
1.7

-4.2
-1.9

-8.0

.3

-5.6

9.2

3.8

A

2.1

2.9

-2.4

Other
Durable goods1
Nondurable goods1

21
22
23

-2.6

.9

2.8

2.9

-1.7

-.3

.1

.5

-25

3

25

2.9

-1.7

-5

.1

5




49.4

„
„

„
1.9

-1.1

.7

5.8

£1

6.6

-.8

0

-2.1

-2.9

-3.2

.8

.7

1.4

6.3

6"

-2.1

-25

-32

.8

.7

1.4

65

Table 5.11.—Change In Business Inventories by Industry in Constant Dollars: Annual, 1929-58, and Quarterly, 1947-58—Continued
[Billions of 1987 dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
1952

1951
1

III

1

30.5

45.1

30.3

2

Change in business inventories

II

32

3.4

1954

1953
11
1

1

II

14.9

113

4.5

1.2

2.6

143

14.7

-5.9

14.5

2.5

2.6

2.4

3.5

1

II

11
1

-7.8

-52

-93

-6.6

-14

1.6

-.7

II

IV

5.7

10.7

IV

III

1

IV

3.9

2.6

.8

1.4

-1.3

IV

3

27.3

41.7

27.8

11.7

12.3

-9.4

10.0

13.7

9.1

11.4

42

-11.7

-7.7

-10.1

-8.0

-.1

Manufacturing
Durable goods
Nondurable goods

4
5
6

13.9
10.3
3.6

32.1
212
10.9

33.6
24.7
8.8

13.6
10.6
3.0

17.9
12.7
52

-3.6
-.4
-3.2

2.6
1.9
.7

6.1
5.6
.5

7.4
6.8
.6

8.5
7.4
1.1

4.3
4.8
-.5

-52
-4.3
-.8

-10.9
-9.1
-1.7

-12.1
-12.3
.1

-9.4
-7.3
-2.1

1.5
.6
.9

Wholesale trade
Durable goods
Nondurable goods

7
8
9

13
12

6.5
6.3

2

2

.3
1.3
-1.0

-1.9
-.9
-1.0

-2.6
-2.6
0

-2.1
-2.9
.8

2.9
-.6
3.5

4.6
2.0
2.6

1.9
2.0
-.1

1.1
-.8
1.9

.8
1.2
-.4

-2.1
-2.0
-.2

1.5
-2
1.7

1.7
0
1.6

-.5
-.3
-.3

0
.1
-.1

4.7
.4

5.8
3.2

1.3
2.5

4.9
2.0

1.1
2.5

-2.0
-2.8

1.1
-1.3

3
.3

1.9
.1

-1.8
-2.0

Nonfarm

Merchant wholesalers
Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Nonmerchant wholesalers
Durable goods
Nondurable goods

...

10
11
12
13
14
15

Retail trade
Durable goods
Automotive
Other
Nondurable goods

16
17
18
19
20

10.9
2.9

12
32

-8.3
-.9

-3.4
-2.6

-5.8
-2.7

-4.6
-2.7

8.0

-2.0

-7.4

-.8

-3.1

-1.9

4.3

2.5

-12

2.8

-1.5

.8

2.4

.3

1.8

.1

Other
Durable goods1
Nondurable goods1

21
22
23

1.0

1.9

2.3

3.3

2.8

.9

-2

-2.8

-1.5

-3.0

-2.0

-2.4

.5

-.3

.1

2

10

i"9

2.3

3.3

23

.9

~2

-2.8

-1.5

-3.0

-2.0

-2.4

.5

-.3

.1

2

IV

1

II

III

IV

1955

1956

1958

1957

line
IV

1

II

1

11.3

163

15.7

20.6

163

12.9

10.2

8.9

4.9

5.3

7.8

-9.6

-13.3

-11.8

3.1

Farm

2

-1.0

-1.3

-.8

.3

-2.4

-3.3

-2.9

-3.1

-.6

-.3

1.0

-.3

4.1

33

4.3

2.7

Nonfarm

3

122

18.1

16.5

20.3

18.9

16.2

13.1

12.0

5.5

5.6

6.8

-92

-17.4

-15.4

-1.2

10.1

Manufacturing
Durable goods
Nondurable goods

4
5
6

2.6
.9
1.7

7.4
4.6
2.8

92
5.4
3.8

10.9
6.8
4.1

142
112
3.0

13.6
9.2
4.4

8.1
2.5
5.7

6.5
5.8
.7

4.2
3.0
12

1.2
2.4
-12

1.2
2.7
-1.4

-10.8
-7.7
-3.0

-11,0
-10.9
-.1

-13.5
-10.7
-2.8

-2.6
-1.5
-1.1

5.6
2.1
3.5

Wholesale trade
Durable goods
Nondurable goods

7
8
9

1.9
1.9
0

5.7
4.0
1.7

3.7
1.6
2.1

3.8
2.4
1.4

12
0
12

-.8
-.3
-.5

4.3
0
4.3

1.6
-.1
1.7

-3
-.3
-.3

.9
1.3
-.3

0
1.0
-1.0

-22
-1.4
-.8

-2.8
-2.1
-.7

-.1
-.6
.5

.8
.6
2

1.8
1.5
.3

8.9
4.4

4.9
42

4.5
.8

7.3
3.3

1.4
1.0

1.9
-2.7

-8
-1.6

.7
-.3

.8
-.2

3.7
2.8

3.0
3.1

1.5
1.9

-3.7
-3.7

-1.8
-3.2

.6
-1.6

2.8
.8

43

.7

3.7

43

.4

4.6

.7

1.0

1.0

.9

-.1

-.4

0

1.4

2.2

2.0

-1.1

.1

-1.0

-1.6

22

1.5

1.5

32

12

-2

2.6

2.3

0

0

-.1

-.1

"i

-13

-1.6

22

1.5

1.5

32

12

-2

2.6

2.3

0

0

-.1

-li

Change in business inventories

Merchant wholesalers
Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Nonmerchant wholesalers
Durable goods
Nondurable goods

III

IV

I

II

1

III

II

123

10
11
12
13
14
15

Retail trade
Durable goods
Automotive
Other
Nondurable goods

16
17
18
19
20

Other
Durable goods1
Nondurable goods»

21
22
23

.............

.... ......

...

1. Prior to 1959, inventories held by construction establishments are included in line 23.
NOTE.—Estimates for 1986 and earlier periods are based on the 1972 Standard Industrial Classification (SIC).
Beginning in 1987, estimates are based on the 1987 SIC. This discontinuity is small and affects only the manufacturing durable and manufacturing nondurable goods estimates.




11
1

Table 5.12.—Inventories and Final Sales of Domestic Business by Industry: 1946-58
[Billions of dollars; seasonally adjusted]
1946

1947

Line
1

II

1948

1949

1950

IV

I

II

11
1

IV

1

II

III

IV

1

II

III

1

70.7

88.2

87.7

89.4

942

94.7

97.5

985

98.1

965

91.7

90.4

Farm

2

19.6

33.6

32.0

33.3

35.4

33.7

35.1

33.6

32.3

31.4

29.9

Nonfarm
Durable goods3
Nondurable goods2

3
4
5

51.0
212
29.8

54.6
23.1
31.5

55.6
23.7
31.9

56.1
24.6
315

58.8
25.0
33.8

60.9
25.9
35.0

62.4
26.6
35.8

65.0
282
36.7

65.8
29.2
36.6

645
29.3
35.4

Manufacturing
Durable goods
Nondurable goods

6
7
8

24.6
125
12.2

27.0
13.6
13.4

27.5
14.0
13.5

27.9
14.5
13.4

29.0
14.7
14.4

29.8
14.9
14.9

30.7
15.2
155

31.8
16.1
15.7

322
16.6
15.6

Wholesale trade
Durable goods
Nondurable goods .

9
10
11

10.4
5.3
5.1

10.8
5.4
5.4

11.1
55
5.6

11.1
5.7
5.4

11.1
5.7
5.5

11.4
5.9
55

11.7
6.1
55

12.4
6.6
5.8

12.8
3.4

13.3
4.1

13.4
42

13.2
4.4

14.5
4.6

15.6
52

15.8
5.3

34
9.3

£'1
9.2

42
92

4A
85

45
9.9

52
10.5

'""Ti

4.1

Inventories1

Merchant wholesalers
Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Nonmerchant wholesalers
Durable goods .
Nondurable goods

12
13
14
15
16
17

Retail trade .
Durable goods .
Automotive ...
Other.
Nondurable goods .

::::::::

23

Final sales ot domestic business3
Final sales of goods and structures of
domestic business3.

24
25

IV

1

II

MO
00.0

902

93.6

29.4

28.4

292

30.9

61.8
27.7
34.2

61.0
27.5
33.6

604
27.2
33.2

61.0
26.7
34.3

62.7
275
34.9

31.9
16.7
152

30.2
15.7
145

292
15.0
14.3

28.6
14.6
14.1

29.1
14.8
14.3

29.7
15.3
14.4

12.5
6.8
5.6

12.3
6.9
5.4

119
6.6
5.3

11.9
6.6
5.3

12.5
72
5.3

12.2
6.7
5.5

12.7
7.0
5.7

16.3
5.5

16.6
5.6

15.9
5,6

15.4
5.3

15.9
5.9

15.4
5.4

15.7
5.2

16.2
55

55
10.8

55
10.8

55
102

55
10.1

55
10.0

54
10.0

52
10.5

55
10.6

.

18
19
20
21
22

Other

:::::::

11
1

...

105

32
144

154

3.5

3.6

3.9

42

4.4

4.5

4.5

42

4.0

3.9

4.0

4.1

155

165
12.9

175
13.3

175
135

18.3
14.3

18.6
145

19.0
14.8

19.4
155

19.5
15.1

195
155

19.7
15.1

195
14.9

19.6
155

195
15.1

20.6
15.7

4.47
323

13.9

4.1

524
3.25
422

5.08
322
4.18

5.00
3.14
4.06

5.14
321
4.12

5.08
327
4.20

5.13
3.28
423

5.09
3.36
4.33

5.03
3.37
4.37

4.92
3.31
4.30

4.66
3.14
4.09

4.6*
3.13
4.09

4.54
3.09
4.03

4.54
3.07
4.03

455
3.05
3.98

121.4

120.8

1192

342

33.3

86.6
43.1
435

85.8
42.3
43.6

Ratio of Inventories to final sales ot domestic
business

Inventories to final sales
Nonfarm inventories to final sales
Nonfarm inventories to final sales of goods and
structures.

26
27
28

1950

1952

1951

1953

Line
I

Inventories1

121.6

1205

121.4

120.0

1195

120.6

1215

372

37.9

37.4

35.4

34.3

33.5

33.3

83.9
40.0
44.0

84.4
40.6
43.8

82.9
40.0
42.9

84.0
40.3
43.6

84.7
41.3
43.4

855
42.4
43.1

87.0
43.6
43.4

882
44.8
43.4

87.1
44.0
43.1

41.9
22.5
19.4

43.1
23.4
19.6

442
24.4
19.8

43.4
24.3
192

43.8
24.6
192

44.0
25.1
19.0

44.7
25.8
18.9

45.7
26.8
18.9

465
275
19.0

46.0
27.1
18.9

45.1
26.3
18.8

44.3
25.4
18.8

16.0
8.9
7.0

15.8
9.0

15.6
9.0

15.4
8.8
6.5

152
8.6
6.5

15.4
6.9

15.6
8.7
6.9

15.7
8.9
6.8

15.8
9.0
6.9

16.1
9.1
6.9

15.8
9.0
6.8

16.1
9.0
7.1

162
9.0
72

20.9
75

21.0
7.8

20.1
7.7

19.7
7.6

19.1
7.4

18.6

19.0
72

19.4
7.4

195
7.7

20.0
7.9

202
82

20.0
7.9

202
7.8

20.2
7.9

7.5
13.4

7.8
132

77
12.4

75

7.4
11.8

75
12.1

82

122

12.1

19
12.1

75
12.3

7*9
12.3

1

99.7

109.8

116.3

1192

120.1

2

32.8

36.1

37.0

36.7

37.0

Nonfarm
Durable goods2
Nondurable goods2

66.9
29.3
37.6

73.7
33.1
40.6

79.3
35.3
44.0

825
37.6
44.8

83.1
39.3
43.9

Manufacturing
Durable goods
durable goods

31.5
16.1
15.3

34.9
17.9
17.0

37.8
19.3
18.5

40.3
20.9
19.4

Wholesale trade ..,
Durable goods
Nondurable goods

13.4
72

62

14.7
8.1
6.5

15.5
8.5
7.0

17.7
5.9

192
7.1

Farm

1225

8.6

Merchant wholesalers
Durable goods ,
Nondurable goods
Nonmerchant wholesalers ..
Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Retail trade..
Durable goods .
Automotive .„
Other..
Nondurable goods .
Other

Final sales of domestic business3
Final sales of goods and structures of
domestic business3

55

11.8

7A
122

7.1
7.I

11.5

72

7.4

7.7

11.9

12.0

11.8

4.3

4.9

5.1

52

5.3

55

5.7

5.7

5.7

5.6

5.6

5.5

5.4

52

52

52

21.8

23.1
175

232
17.8

24.0
18.4

24.7
19.0

24.9
19.1

25.4

252

26.3

272

16.9

21.7
16.7

20.6

27.3
205

272
205

272
205

27.3
20.3

4.57
3.07
3.97

5.06
3.39
4.41

5.04
3.43
4.43

5.14
3.56
4.64

5.00
3.46
4.53

4.96
3.40
4.43

4.89
3.40
4.43

4.76
327
427

4.43
320
422

4.45
323
429

4.46
320
425

4.45
3.19
426

4.37
3.15
4.23

194

19.1

20.0

265
205

4.81
3.33
4.39

457
322
423

4.45
3.17
4.17

Ratio of inventories to final sales of domestic
business

Inventories to final sales ......
Nonfarm inventories to final sales
Nonfarm inventories to final sales of goods and
structures.
See footnotes) at end of table.




Table 5.12.—Inventories and Final Sales of Domestic Business by Industry: Quarterly, 1946-58 —Continued
[Billions of dollars; seasonally adjusted]

1

III

II

IV

1

III

II

1958

1957

1956

1955
Line •

IV

III

II

I

IV

1

II

III

IV
140.1

1

1195

120.4

122.4

1243

126.9

130.7

132.0

133.2

133.7

135.1

136.7

136.7

136.7

135.8

1365

2

32.6

31.6

31.0

30.2

30.3

31.5

31.2

30.4

29.6

30.3

30.8

31.5

33.0

33.6

342

33.8

Durable goods2
Nondurable goods2

3
4
5

87.0
43.1
43.9

88.8
44.5
44.3

91.3
46.3
45.0

94.1
48.4
45.7

96.7
50.0
46.6

99.2
51.1
48.2

100.8
51.6
492

102.8
52.9
49.9

104.1
53.4
50.7

104.8
53.9
50.8

105.9
55.0
51.0

105.1
54.6
50.6

103.8
53.2
50.6

1022
51.8
50.4

102.3
51.7
50.6

106.3
55.0
51.3

Durable goods
Nondurable goods

6
7
8

44.3
25.6
18.8

45.2
262
19.0

46.8
27.6
19.1

48.3
28.8
19.5

50.2
30.2
20.0

52.0
31.3
20.7

53.0
31.8
21.1

54.0
32.8
21.3

54.9
332
21.7

54.9
33.3
21.6

55.3
33.8
21.5

54.3
33.2
21.1

53.2
32.2
21.1

51.8
31.0
20.8

51.8
312
20.6

52.7
31.8
20.9

9
10
11

16.3
9.3
7.0

16.8
9.7
7.1

172
9.9
72

17.6
10.4
7.2

17.8
10.5
7.3

18.0
10.6
7.5

18.5
10.7
7.8

18.9
10.9
8.0

19.0
11.0
8.0

19.1
11.1
8.0

19.3
11.3
8.1

19.2
112
8.0

19.2
112
8.0

19.2
11.2
8.0

19.2
11.1
3.1

19.3
11.1
82

Inventories'

Wholesale trade
Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Merchant wholeulers
Durable goods
Nondurable rwvte
Nonmerchant wholesalers
Durahla oofifk
Nftrwiurahls nnods

15.5
9.3
6.2
3.7
1.8
1.9

12
13
14
15
16
17

Other

Final sales of domestic business3
Final sales of goods 3 structures of
and
domestic business .

21.0
82

21.5
8.6

22.0
8.7

22.8
92

23.0
9.4

23.4
92

23.4
9.1

23.7
92

24.0
9.3

24.4
9.5

24.8
9.9

25.0
10.1

24.8
9.9

24.6
9.6

24.7
9.4

25.1
9.5

12.8

12.9

13.3

13.6

13.7

142

14.4

14.5

14.7

14.9

14.9

14.9

14.9

15.0

15.3

15.6

5.3

5.3

5.4

5.4

5.6

5.8

5.9

62

6.3

6.3

6.5

6.6

6.6

65

6.6

9.3

24
25

......
.....

18
19
20
21
22
23

Retail trade
Durable goods ...
Automotive
Other
Nondurable goods

28.8
21.1

29.4
21.8

30.0
22.3

302
22.3

30.4
22.4

31.1
229

31.4
23.1

32.1
23.4

32.8
24.0

328
235

33.3
242

335
24.1

325
23.5

33.0
23.5

335
23.9

343
245

26
27
28

4.14
3.01
4.11

4,10
3.02
4.08

4.08
3.04
4.10

4.11
3.11
4.22

4.17
3.18
4.32

421
3.19
4.34

421
3.21
4.37

4.15
3.20
4.39

4.08
3.18
4.34

4.11
3.19
4.39

4.10
3.18
4.38

4.08
3.14
4.36

4.17
3.17
4.42

4.12
3.10
4.34

4.07
3.05
428

4.09
3.10
4.34

Ratio of inventories to final sales of domestic
business
Inventories to final sales
Nonfarm inventories to final sales
Nonfarm inventories to final sales of goods and
structures.

.....

1. Inventories are as of the end of the quarter. The quarter-to-quarter change in inventories calculated from current-dollar inventories in this table is not the current-dollar change in business inventories (CBI) component of GNP.
The former is the difference between two inventory stocks, each valued at their respective end-of-quarter prices.
The latter is the change in the physical volume of inventories valued at average prices of the quarter. In addition,
changes calculated from this table are at quarterly rates, whereas CBI is stated at annual rates.
2. Prior to 1959, inventories held by construction establishments are included in line 5.

3. Quarterly totals at monthly rates. Final sales of domestic business equals final sales of domestic product less
gross product of households and institutions and general government and includes a small amount of final sales
by farm.
NOTE.—Estimates for 1986 and earlier periods are based on the 1972 Standard Industrial Classification (SIC).
Beginning in 1987, estimates are based on the 1987 SIC. This discontinuity is small and affects only the manufacturing durable and manufacturing nondurable goods estimates.

Table 5.13.—Inventories and Final Sales of Domestic Business by Industry in Constant Dollars: Quarterly, 1947-58
[Billions of 1987 dollars; seasonally adjusted]
1947

1948

1950

1949

Line
I

Inventories1 .

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

I

II

III

IV

295.6

3073

280.7

2803

278.8

2803

2833

286.9

291.1

294.5

294.3

290.5

289.4

285.4

287.8

723

71.4

70.0

69.6

70.1

71.0

71.9

72.7

725

72.4

72.3

72.4

72.4

723

72.7

73.4

207.8
1025
105.3

208.9
103.4
105.5

208.8
105.1
103.7

2112
104.4
106.7

213.3
105.4
107.9

215.8
1062
109.6

219.2
1072
112.0

221.8
108.3
113.5

221.8
108.3
113.4

218.1
105.1
113.0

217.1
105.3
111.8

213.0
102.1
110.9

215.4
101.6
113.9

219.3
104.6
114.7

222.8
106.3
116.5

234.5
1142
120.4

Manufacturing
Durable goods
Nondurable goods

103.7
63.0
40.7

103.7
63.5
40.2

104.4
64.4
40.0

104.4
63.8
40.6

104.1
62.7
41.4

105.7
62.7
43.0

107.3
62.9
44.4

107.8
63.0
44.8

108.6
63.4
452

106.4
615
44.7

104.1
595
44.5

102.2
58.0
44.1

102.6
58.0
44.6

1035
59.2
44.3

104.1
60.1
44.0

109.0
63.1
46.0

Wholesale trade..
Durable goods
Nondurable goods

41.4
243
17.1

41.9
24.3
17.5

41.3
24.7
16.6

40.3
24.3
16.0

40.6
24.7
15.8

41.3
25.4
15.9

42.5
26.1
16.4

43.3
26.6
16.7

43.5
26.7
16.9

42.9
26.0
16.9

43.2
262
17.0

43.3
26.2
17.1

44.3
265
17.8

45.7
27.4
18.3

45.8
27.3
18.4

48.2
29.3
18.9

48.9
18.0

51.4
18.9

541
21.8

Farm .
Nonfarm .
Durable goods2
Nondurable goods2

Merchant wholesalers
Durable goods
Nondurable goods .
Nonmerchant wholesalers .
Durable goods
Nondurable goods

*
41.1
152

Retail trade
Durable goods .
Automotive ..
Other .
Nondurable goods.

253

Other

21.5
852
59.1

3.29
2.44
351

Final sales of domestic business3
Final sales of goods 1 structures of
and
domestic business .

291.6

41.5
15.5

40.6
16.0

43.2
16.3

45.8
18.0

46.1
18.1

46.7
182

47.8
18.6

46.8
182

46.5
17.4

48.2
19.4

46.7
17.8

475
172

26.0

24.6

26.9

27.8

273

28.5

292

28.6

29.1

28.8

28.9

30.4

30.9

32.5

55

21.8

22.5

23.2

22.8

22.7

22.7

22.9

22.9

22.3

21.6

20.8

21.0

21.2

21.5

23.1

86.3
59.6

87 2
60.7

87.4
615

88.0
613

88.6
62.0

88.6
61.8

89.6
62.4

89.7
625

905
632

90.4
633

902
63.6

923
64.7

952
67.0

983
70.2

975
683

3.25
2.42
3.50

320
2.40
3.44

3.21
2.42
3.43

322
2.42
3.45

324
2.44
3.48

329
2.47
3.55

3.28
2.47
3.56

2.47

3.28

321
2.41
3.45

320
2.40
3.43

3.16
2.36
3.35

3.12
2.34
3.33

3.06
2.30
327

2.99
2.25
3.17

3.16
240
3.41

Ratio of Inventories to final sales of domestic
business
Inventories to final sales
Nonfarm inventories to final sales
Nonfarm inventories to final sales of goods and
structures.
See footnoted) at end of table.




355

Table 5.13.—Inventories and Final Sales of Domestic Business by Industry in Constant Dollars: Quarterly, 1947-58 —Continued
[Billions of 1987 dollars; seasonally adjusted]
1951

1952

1953

Line
1
Inventories'

1

313.0

II

III

325.7

IV

334.0

338.0

1
341.6

II

11
1

340.2

IV

3433

3473

1
350.4

II

1954
III

353.1

IV

3543

352.6

1
3513

II

III

3492

IV

347.7

347.0

Farm

2

71.7

73.9

75.3

76.3

76.9

773

78.9

792

79.9

79.6

80.0

81.0

81.9

82.1

82.6

81.9

Nonfarm
Durable goods2
Nondurable goods2

3
4
5

241.4
1173
123.6

251.8
125.4
126.3

258.7
131.7
127.0

261.7
133.5
128.1

264.7
135.4
129.4

262.4
133.9
128.5

264.9
134.3
130.6

268.3
137.0
131.3

2703
139.8
1303

273.4
142.0
131.5

274.5
144.1
130.4

271.5
141.8
129.7

269.6
139.2
130.4

267.1
136.2
130.9

265.1
134.3
130.8

265.1
134.0
131.0

Manufacturing
Durable goods
Nondurable goods

6
7
8

112.5
65.7
46.9

120.6
71.0
49.6

128.9
77.1
51.8

132.4
79.8
52.6

136.8
83.0
53.9

135.9
82.9
53.1

136.6
83.4
532

138.1
84.7
53.4

139.9
86.5
53.5

142.1
88.3
533

143.1
89.5
53.6

141.9
88.4
53.4

139.1
86.1
53.0

136.1
83.1
53.0

133.8
812
52.5

134.1
61.4
52.7

Wholesale trade
Durable goods
Nondurable goods

9
10
11

48.6
29.6
19.0

502
312
19.0

50.3
31.5
18.8

49.8
31.3
18.5

49.1
30.6
18.5

48.6
29.9
18.7

49.3
29.7
19.6

50.5
302
20.3

51.0
30.7
202

51.3
30.5
20.7

51.5
30.8
20.6

50.9
30.4
20.6

513
30.3
21.0

51.7
30.3
21.4

51.6
30.3
21.3

51.6
30.3
21.3

57.2
23.3

55.1
23.1

54.3
22.5

52.8
213

51.7
21.1

52.8
212

54.3
22.0

54.6
223

55.8
23.1

56.1
23.8

55.6
23.1

55.9
22.7

56.0
22.8

56.5
22.8

56.0
22.4

Merchant wholesalers
Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Nonmerchant wholesalers
Durable goods
Nondurable goods

12
13
14
15
16
17

Retail trade
Durable goods
Automotive
Other
Nondurable goods

18
19
20
21
22

56.9
22.5

34.3

33.9

32.0

31.8

31.0

30.5

31.6

32.3

32.0

32.7

32.3

32.5

33.1

332

33.6

33.7

Other

23

23.4

23.8

24.4

25.3

26.0

26.2

26.1

25.4

25.1

24.3

23.8

232

23.3

23.3

23.3

23.3

24
25 '

99.8
70.6

100.7
703

103.8
723

1053
74.4

1062
75.1

108.1
76.4

107.1
752

1103
77.7

1123
80.1

1133
803

1133
803

113.4
803

1123
79.3

112.7
79.1

113.9
80.0

1143
81.6

26
27
28

3.14
2.42
3.42

3.24
2.50
3.57

3.22
2.49
3.57

3.19
2.47
3.52

322
2.49
3.53

3.15
2.43
3.43

321
2.47
3.52

3.15
2.43
3.45

3.11
2.40
3.38

3.11
2.41
3.41

3.13
2.42
3.43

3.11
2.39
3.37

3.12
2.40
3.40

3.10
2.37
3.38

3.05
2.33
3.32

3.02
2.31
325

Final sales of domestic business3
Final sales of goods and structures of
domestic business3.
Ratio of inventories to final sales of domestic
business
Inventories to final sales
Nonfarm inventories to final sales
Nonfarm inventories to final sales of goods and
structures.

foventories1

374.6

3752

376.8

3793

3773

79.6

80.7

78.3

772

77.6

78.3

286.6
147.1
139.4

290.6
148.7
141.9

293.9
148.9
145.0

296.9
150.3
146.6

298.3
150.9
147.4

299.7
152.5
1472

301.4
1542
1472

141.6
85.8
55.8

1452
88.6
56.6

1483
90.9
57.7

150.6
91.5
59.1

1522
93.0
592

153.3
93.7
59.5

153.6
94.3
59.2

54.4
322
22.2

55.4
32.8
22.6

55.6
32.7
22.9

55.4
32.7
22.8

56.5
32.7
23.8

56.9
32.7
24.3

56.8
32.6
242

60.6
24.7

62.4
25.5

62.8
25.8

632
25.1

63.0
24.7

632
24.6

63.4
24.6

35.9

36.9

37.0

382

38.3

38.6

38.8

223

22.4

23.0

23.3

23.7

243

24.8

1203
84.9

1203
843

121.6

84.8

852

1213
85.4

123.7
85.7

1243
863

2.98
2.30
3.26

3.01
2.34
332

3.05
2.38
3.39

3.04
2.39
3.41

3.07
2.41
3.44

3.03
2.40
3.47

3.01
£39
3.45

354.0

81.7

81.4

81.2

268.1
135.8
132.3

272.6
139.1
133.6

2763
141.0
135.8

281.8
144.1
137.7

134.8
81.6
53.1

1363
82.8
53.8

138.9
84.1
54.8

52.1
30.8
21.3

533
313
21.7

Retail trade
Durable goods
Automotive
Other
Nondurable goods

582
23.5

59.5
24.5

34.8

35.0

Other

23.1

23.1

117.8
813

118.7
83.8

120.1

2.97
2.28
327

£98
2.30

Manufacturing
Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Wholesale trade
Durable goods
Nondurable goods

.

363.1

367.4

812

Nonfarm
Durable goods2
Nondurable goods2

1958

370.3

3493

Farm

1957

1956

1955

372.4

3712

299.1
152.4
146.7

294.7
148.2
146.5

290.8
144.6
146.3

153.9
95.0
58.9

1512
93.1
58.1

148.4
90.3
58.1

145.1
87.7
57.4

57.0
32.9
24.1

57.0
332
23.8

56.4
32.8
236

55.7
32.3
23.5

55.7
32.1
23.6

64.3
25.3

65.1
26.0

65.4
26.5

64.5
25.6

64.1
24.8

39.1

39.0

38.9

38.9

39.3

24.8

25.4

26.0

26.0

26.0

124.4
853

125.4
86.4

125.4
853

122.3
833

122.9
833

3.03
2.41
3.49

3.02
2.40
3.49

3.01
2.38
3.49

3.05
2.41
3.53

3.02
2.37
3.48

Merchant wholesalers
Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Nonmerchant wholesalers
Durable goods
Nondurable goods

Final sales of domestic business3
Final sales of goods and structures of
domestic business3.
Ratio of inventories to final sales of domestic
business
Inventories to final sales
Nonfarm inventories to final sales
Nonfarm inventories to final sales of goods and
structures.

325

1. Inventories are as of the end of the quarter. Quarter-to-quarter changes calculated from this table are at quarterly rates, whereas the constant-dollar change in business inventories component of GNP is stated at annual rates.
2. Prior to 1959, inventories held by construction establishments are included in line 5.
3. Quarterly totals at monthly rates. Final sales of domestic business equals final sales of domestic product less
gross product of households and institutions and general government and includes a small amount of final sales




by farm.
NOTE.—Estimates for 1986 and earlier periods are based on the 1972 Standard Industrial Classification (SIC).
Beginning in 1987, estimates are based on the 1987 SIC. This discontinuity is small and affects only the manufacturing durable and manufacturing nondurable goods estimates.

6. Income, Employment, and Product by Industry
Table 6.1 A.—National Income Without Capital Consumption Adjustment by Industry: 1929-45
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
Line
1

National Income without capital consumption
adjustment

1929

1930

87.8

1931

1932
43.7

60.6

765

1934

1933
41.2

1937

1936

1935

1940

1939

1938

1941

1942

1944

1943

1945

. 58.0

50.4

655

74.8

68.4

73.7

82.0

105.4

138.7

172.0

1845

183.2

74.4

675

732

81.7

105.0

138.2

1715

183.8

182.8

2

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

„...

75.6

60.1

43 4

40.9

50.1

57.7

815

70.2

54.6

38.2

355

43.8

505

575

66.6

59.4

64.7

725

94.4

121.8

144.4

150.1

1455

4
5
6

-

Private industries

87.0

3

Domestic industries

65.7

8.6
2.1
3.8

6.6
1.7
32

5.3
1.0
22

3.5
.7
1.1

35
.6
.8

42
12
1.1

6.7
12
1.3

5.8
1.6
2.0

7.7
2.0
2.1

6.1
1.6
2.0

6.1
1.6
2.3

6.2
1.9
2.6

8.5
2.4
42

12.7
2.6
6.5

15.0
2.8
5.5

15.1
3.0
4.1

15.7
2.8
4.3

7
8
9

22.0
11.3
10.7

18.3
8.5
95

12.5
4.9
7.6

7.3
2.0
5.3

7.7
2.6
5.0

11.0
4.5
6.5

13.3
6.0
7.4

16.3
8.0
8.3

19.5
9.8
9.6

15.1
6.7
8.4

18.1
8.9
9.1

22.5
12.1
10.3

332
20.3
12.9

45.5
28.8
16.6

58.3
38.6
19.7

60.3
39.3
21.0

522
31.0
212

Transportation and public utilities
Transportation
Communications
Electric, gas, and sanitary services

10
11
12
13

9.4
6.6
1.1
1.7

8.4
5.6
1.1
1.7

7.0
4.4
1.0
1.6

5.5
3.2
.8
1.5

5.1
3.1
.7
1.3

5.6
3.4
.8
1.4

6.0
3.7
.8
1.5

6.7
4.3
.9
1.6

7.4
4.6
1.0
1.7

6.8
4.1
1.0
1.7

7.5
4.6
1.1
1.8

8.1
5.0
1.1
1.9

9.6
6.3
12
2.1

12.3
8.6
1.5
22

14.8
10.8
1.7
2.3

15.3
11.2
1.8
2.2

14.8
10.5
1.9
2.3

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

14
15
16
17

4.4
9.5
13.4
8.8

42
8.5
112
8.3

3.3
6.9
9.3
72

2.3
4.6
7.6
5.6

1.9
4.0
6.5
5.1

2.6
5.9
6.3
5.7

3.0
6.6
6.6
6.1

3.4
7.6
7.3
6.8

4.0
8.5
7.9
75

3.9
8.4
8.4
72

3.9
8.8
8.7
7.5

4.6
10.1
9.0
8.0

5.3
12.2
10.2
8.8

6.3
14.3
11.5
102

6.9
17.1
12.5
11.8

7.7
182
132
13.1

8.3
19.8
14.0
14.1

18

5.1

55

55

5.2

5.4

65

6.8

82

75

8.6

8.6

8.8

10.6

16.4

27.1

33.8

365

19

.8

.7

5

A

5

.3

5

5

.4

.4

.4

.4

5

.5

A

5

.4

Government
Rest of the world

.A

NOTE.—Estimates in part A of this table are based on the 1942 Standard Industrial Classification (SIC); and estimates in part B are based on the 1972 SIC.

Table 6.1 B.—National Income Without Capital Consumption Adjustment by Industry: Annual, 1946-58, and Quarterly, 1948-58
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
Une

1947

1946

1950

1949

1948

1951

1952

1954

1953

1955

1958

1957

1956

1

185.4

202.6

2282

2215

2455

2845

298.7

3125

312.0

340.8

361.8

378.5

380.7

2

184.7

201.4

226.7

220.1

2444

2825

296.6

3105

309.8

3382

358.9

3755

3775

3

1604

181.8

2065

1975

2205

251.7

261.6

2745

2732

299.6

317.7

3315

330.4

Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries
Mining
Construction

4
5
6

185
3.0
6.5

19.3
4.3
8.5

22.2
5.4
11.0

175
4.5
10.9

18.4
5.3
12.4

212
5.8
14.7

20.3
5.5
15.9

18.0
5.5
16.4

17.4
5.3
16.5

16.3
5.9
17.6

16.3
6.6
19.6

16.5
6.6
20.5

18.7
5.7
20.0

Manufacturing
Durable goods
Nondurable goods

7
8
9

492
24.3
24.9

59.6
31.5
28.1

68.8
35.9
32.9

64.9
34.3
305

76.4
43.0
33.4

90.5
52.0
38.5

92.7
54.4
38.3

100.6
60.3
40.3

94.9
55.1
39.8

1082
64.0
44.2

113.5
67.1
46.4

116.6
70.1
46.5

108.3
62.2
46.0

Transportation and public utilities
Transportation
Communications
Electric, gas, and sanitary services

10
11
12
13

15.2
10.4
2.2
2.6

16.8
11.6
2.3
2.8

18.8
12.8
2.8
32

18.8
12.1
3.0
3.7

20.7
13.4
3.4
3.9

23.5
15.1
3.9
4.6

25.0
15.6
4.3
5.1

26.3
16.0
4.8
55

25.9
14.8
5.1
6.0

28.2
162
5.7
6.3

30.2
17.3
62
6.7

31.6
17.8
6.7
7.1

31.5
16.9
7.1
7.6

14
15
16
17

105
24.2
16.6
16.6

11.7
26.0
17.7
18.1

13.8
26.3
19.9
20.0

13.1
26.1
21.4
20.4

14.3
27.1
23.9
22.0

16.5
29.3
26.3
24.0

16.8
30.7
29.0
25.7

17.0
31.3
322
27.7

17.1
32.3
35.0
28.8

19.2
34.3
37.6
32.3

20.8
35.5
39.9
35.3

215
37.1
42.6
38.1

22.4
37.7
45.9
402

Government

18

245

19.6

20.4

22.7

235

30.7

35.0

355

36.6

38.6

41.2

44.0

47.6

Rest of the world

19

.7

12

15

15

15

25

2.1

25

22

25

2.9

32

2.7

National income without capital consumption
adjustment
Domestic Industries

-

Private Industries

Wholesale trade
Retail trade
Finance, insurance, and real estate
Services

—

1948

1949

1

1
1

III

IV

1

II

1951

1950

Une
III

IV

1

III

II

IV

III

IV

2824

287.1

2922

II

1

1

219.6

2275

232.1

233.6

2262

2212

2205

217.7

226.6

2375

2535

2665

2762

Domestic industries..

2

2182

2255

2305

232.1

2245

219.8

219.6

2165

2255

236.1

2515

2645

274.6

2804

285.0

289.9

Private industries .

3

198.7

2065

209.7

2105

20Z4

1972

1965

1935

2024

213.1

2275

2385

2464

250.4

252.9

2572

Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries .
Mining
Construction

4
5
6

202
52
10.1

235
52
10.9

23.4
5.7
11.5

22.1
5.6
115

18.0
5.3
112

175
4.8
10.8

165
42
10.7

172
3.9
10.8

17.6
4.3
112

17.6
5.3
11.9

185
5.7
12.8

19.9
55
13.5

20.8
5.7
14.1

21.1
5.7
14.7

212
5.8
14.9

215
5.8
15.1

Manufacturing
Durable goods
Nondurable goods

7
8
9

67.1
35.0
32.1

68.0
34.9
33.1

69.4
362
33.3

70.7
37.4
33.3

67.6
36.3
31.3

64.1
335
302

65.7
35.0
30.6

62 2
32.0
30.3

66.4
355
30.9

72.6
40.3
32.3

60.2
46.0
34.1

86.5
50.1
36.4

88.4
50.9
37.5

91.0
52.3
38.7

91.1
51.8
395

91.5
53.0
38.5

Transportation and public utilities
Transportation .
Communications
Electric, gas, and sanitary services .

10
11
12
13

18.5
12.7
2.8
3.1

18.9
12.9
25
32

185
12.8
2.8
32

19.1
12.9
2.9
3.3

18.9
12.4
2.9
3.5

19.1
1Z3
3.1
3.7

185
12.0
3.1
35

185
11.6
3.1
3.7

192
122
32
3.8

20.0
125
35
3.9

21.5
14.1
35
3.9

22.3
14.7
35
4.1

22.7
14.7
3.7
4.4

23.4
15.1
35
4.5

23.6
15.0
4.0
4.7

24.4
15.5
4.1
4.9

Wholesale trade .
Retail trade .
Finance, insurance, and real estate ..
Services

14
15
16
17

135
25.4
19.1
19.6

13.8
26.3
19.7
19.9

13.9
26.5
20.3
202

13.9
26.8
20.6
202

13.7
26.7
20.9
20.2

132
26.4
21.1
20.3

13.0
25.9
21.4
20.4

12.7
25.5
22.0
20.9

13.3
26.4
22.8
215

13.6
26.9
23.6
21.7

14.9
27.4
24.4
222

15.4
27.5
25.0
22.8

16.2
29.7
25.4
23.4

16.5
28.5
25.9
23.7

16.5
292
26.4
24.2

165
29.7
27.4
24.7

18

195

19.7

205

21.6

22.4

225

22.8

23.0

225

23.0

24.0

26.0

282

30.0

32.0

32.7

19

14

15

15

15

1.4

1.4

15

12

15

14

1.7

1.7

1.6

2.0

2.1

22

National Income without capital consumption
adjustment.

Government
Rest of the world .




Table 6.1 B.—National Income Without Capital Consumption Adjustment by Industry: Annual, 1946-58, and Quarterly, 1948-58-Continued
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally

adjusted at annual rates]

1952

1953

1954

1955

Line
1
National income without capital consumption
adjustment.

II

ill

IV

1

11
1

IV

314.6

II

3065

I

II

11
1

IV

I

3115

3195

3304

3385

III

IV

3435

1
1

3505

1

2932

293.7

2985

308.9

Domestic industries

2

291.1

291.6

296.8

306.8

312.1

314.1

312.7

304.6

3065

3062

309.4

3175

3275

336.0

3415

347.9

Private industries

3

257.1

256.7

261.3

2712

2762

278.0

2765

2685

270.0

2695

2725

2804

290.3

297.4

302.3

308.4

Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries
Mining
Construction

4
5
6

20.0
5.9
15.6

20.6
52
15.6

21.9
5.3
16.0

18.7
5.6
16.3

18.6
55
165

18.1
55
162

17.5
5.6
162

17.7
5.4
165

18.6
5.3
16.5

17.0
52
16.5

17.3
52
16.3

16.7
5.4
165

16.8
5.6
17.0

16.6
5.8
17.7

16.1
5.9
17.9

15.7
6.3
17.9

Manufacturing
Durable goods
Nondurable goods

7
8
9

91.8
53.9
37.8

89.7
52.2
37.5

90.5
52.2
38.3

98.9
59.3
39.7

103.1
62.4
40.6

103.4
62.4
41.0

102.0
61.3
40.6

94.0
55.0
39.0

94.4
54.9
395

942
54.8
39.4

93.3
53.8
39.4

97.7
56.8
41.0

103.2
60.9
42.3

107.2
63.5
43.8

109.3
64.9
44.4

113.0
66.7
46.3

Transportation and public utilities
Transportation
Communications
Electric, gas, and sanitary services

10
11
12
13

25.1
15.9
42
5.0

24.3
152
4.1
5.0

24.8
15.4
4.3
5.1

25.9
16.1
4.5
5.3

26.0
16.1
4.6
5.4

26.6
16.4
45
5.4

265
16.1
4.8
5.6

26.1
15.6
4.9
5.6

25.5
14.9
4.9
5.8

25.7
14.7
5.0
6.0

26.0
14.8
52
6.1

26.4
15.0
5.3
62

27.1
15.6
5.4
6.1

28.0
16.1
5.6
6.3

28.5
16.5
5.8
6.3

29.1
16.7
5.9
6.5

Wholesale trade
Retail trade
Finance, insurance, and real estate
Services

14
15
16
17

16.7
292
27.7
252

16.6
30.8
28.5
25.4

16.8
30.6
29.5
25.8

16.9
32.2
30.3
26.3

17.0
315
31.1
26.9

17.3
31.6
31.8
27.5

17.1
31.4
325
27.9

16.7
30.7
332
28.3

16.8
31.0
33.9
28.1

16.8
315
34.6
28.3

17.0
332
35.3
28.9

17.9
33.5
36.1
29.9

18.4
34.5
36.9
30.7

19.0
33.9
375
31.7

19.6
34.3
37.7
32.9

19.9
34.5
38.3
33.8

Government

18

34.1

343

355

355

35.8

36.1

35.9

35.9

365

36.4

365

37.1

375

38.6

39.0

39.4

Rest of the worid

19

2.1

2.1

2.1

2.1

2.0

22

13

15

2.1

2.1

2.1

2.4

25

25

25

2.6

314.1

3162

1956

308.3

308.1

1957

.

1958

Line
1
National income without capital consumption
adjustment

II

1

353.3

Domestic industries

2

3505

Private industries

3

3105

Agriculture,forestry,and fisheries
Mining
Construction

4
5
6

15.6
65
18.6

Manufacturing
Durable goods
Nondurable goods

7
8
9

Transportation and public utilities
Transportation
Communications
Electric, gas, and sanitary services
Wholesale trade
Retail trade
Finance, insurance, and real estate
Services

IV

III

1

II

IV

III

II

1

3635

3705

376.8

378.6

382.0

3765

370.7

356.6

360.6

3684

373.6

375.1

378.7

3735

3155

318.8

326.0

3305

331.4

334.1

329.1

16.1
6.7
195

16.8
6.5
20.1

16.7
6.6
20.3

15.7
65
20.4

162
6.7
20.6

17.0
6.6
20.5

112.2
65.9
46.3

112.8
66.4
46,3

111.9
65.7
46.2

117.0
70.3
46.7

119.4
725
465

117.9
712
46.7

10
11
12
13

29.7
17.1
6.0
6.6

302
17.4
6.1
6.7

30.2
17.0
6.3
6.8

30.7
17.6
6.3
6.8

31.3
17.8
6.6
7.0

14
15
16
17

195
34.5
39.0
34.2

20.6
35.2
39.6
34.9

21.3
36.2
402
35.6

21.4
36.1
40.8
36.4

Government

18

40.0

405

415

Rest ot the worid

19

2.9

25

35

359.5

NOTE.—Estimates in part A of this table are based on the 1942 Standard industrial Classification (SIC); and estimates in part B are based on the 1972 SIC.




11
1

IV

3725

3834

3962

3685

369.7

380.6

3935

322.0

3225

3322

344.7

17.0
6.3
20.5

19.1
6.0
195

18.9
5.5
19.7

18.5
5.7
20.0

18.2
55
20.6

117.0
70.3
46.6

112.3
66.4
455

104.9
60.3
44.6

103.5
59.1
44.4

109.0
622
46.8

115.6
67.3
48.3

315
17.8
6.7
7.1

31.9
18.0
6.7
72

31.5
17.4
65
7.3

305
16.5
65
7.4

30.9
16.4
7.0
7.5

31.7
16.9
7.1
7.6

32.7
17.6
7.3
7.8

215
36.7
41.4
372

21.8
36.8
42.0
37.9

22.0
37.6
43.0
385

21.9
37.1
43.7
38.7

21.5
362
44.6
392

21.7
365
45.4
40.0

22.8
37.9
462
40.4

23.6
39.7
47.3
41.1

424

43.1

43.7

445

44.7

465

47.1

48.4

485

2.7

32

35

3.3

25

2.7

25

2.7

2.7

Table 6.2A.—Compensation of Employees by Industry: 1929-48
[Millions of dollars)
Line

Compensation ol employees .
Domestic Industries
Private Industries..
Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries
Farms
Agricultural services, forestry, and fisheries .
Mining
Metal mining
Anthracite mining
Bituminous and other soft coal mining .
Crude petroleum and natural gas
Nonmetaiiic mining and quarrying
Contract construction

1929

1932

1931

1930

1934

1933

1937

1936

1935

51,126

46,875

39,782

31,096

29,578

34,337

37,383

42,936

47,978

51,125

46,874

39,781

31,095

29,577

34,336

37,382

42,955

47,977

46,004

41,528

34,324

25,913

24220

28,030

30,620

34,805

40,161

1,419

1,291

757

695

755

864

954

1,105

1,304

1,181

918

673

620

682

778

871

992

115

110

104

84

75

73

83

113

1.539

1,349

1,011

1,022

8
6

985
54

89

53

1,162
130

206

204

169

104

265

256

208

153

134

162

143

142

618

515

387

266

284

394

430

515

573

326

298

228

172

182

245

262

296

351

6
1

141

126

111

84

53

47

57

79

97

2.540

2,142

1,529

863

639

788

920

1,350

1,463

16,243

13,991

10,933

7,783

7,921

9,746

10,961

12,672

15,186

Durable goods
Lumber and basic timber products
Furniture and finished lumber products
Stone, clay, and glass products
Iron and steel and their products, including
ordnance.
Nonferrous metals and their prodxts
Machinery, except electrical
Electric and electronic equipment
Motor vehicles and equipment
Other transportation equipment
Miscellaneous manufacturing, including
instruments and miscellaneous plastic
products.

8,620

7,011

4,925

3,116

3,187

4,248

5,043

6,264

7,972

713

547

309

179

201

255

303

384

459

617

491

389

255

255

278

329

399

231

290

334

410

506

1,314

1,703

2,196

Nondurable goods
Food and kindred products
Tobacco manufactures
Textile mill products
Apparel and other textile products .
Paper and allied products
Printing and publishing
Chemicals and allied products .
Petroleum and coal products ...
Rubber products .
Leather and leather products

Manufacturing

627

533

390

243

2,147

1,820

1,230

736

821

1,089

464

544

421

326

207

207

267

321

383

484

1,408

1,185

783

497

500

685

832

1,050

1,391

868

720

491

290

306

413

466

582

778

932

636

515

370

352

571

694

798

1,007

264

256

168

94

134

146

209

286

450

402

324

118
221

220

266

304

346

401

7,623

6,980

6,008

4,667

4,734

5,498

5,918

6,408

7214

1,586

1,540

1,346

1,115

1,149

1,344

1,411

1,532

1.731

143

131

109

85

74

84

84

90

101

1,465

1,207

1,072

774

903

1,012

1,117

1,178

1,303

1,055

916

784

561

572

693

783

850

895

435

417

355

277

283

337

362

403

476

1,243

1248

1,071

843

722

813

872

958

1,076

671

629

536

420

428

502

532

584

701

248

248

200

166

156

181

204

219

265

283

224

169

133

142

178

184

213

243

494

420

366

293

305

354

369

381

6,362

5,904

5,059

3,953

3.627

3,936

4,192

4,703

5287

4,813

4,332

3,622

2.736

2,537

2,766

2,961

3,357

3,762

3,303

2,926

2,407

1,752

1.628

1,782

1,894

2,154

2,377

661

621

541

435

373

405

435

471

333

322

295

263

258

327

366

426

215

195

168

137

144

154

162

198

238

5

9

13

14

14

14

17

22

48

42

38

29

29

34

36

40

49

248

217

160

106

91

107

120

142

173

Communication ,
Telephone and telegraph
Radio and television broadcasting .

766

769

695

520

554

569

621

713

756

754

674

499

529

542

587

668

10

15

25

27

34

45

Electric, gas, and sanitary services
Utilities: electric and gas
Local utilities and public services, n.e.c.

783

803

742

751

771

712

32

Transportation and public utilities ..
Transportation
Railroad transportation
Local and interurban passenger transit.
Trucking and warehousing
Water transportation
Transportation by air
Pipelines, except natural gas
Transportation services

Wholesale trade
Retail trade and automobile services .
Finance, insurance, and real estate ....
Banking
Security and commodity brokers, and services .
Credit agencies (other than banks) and holding
and other investment companies.
Insurance carriers
Insurance agents and brokers, and services ....
Real estate
Services .
Hotels and other lodging places .
Personal services .
Commercial and trade schools and employment
agencies.
Business services
Miscellaneous repair services
Motion pictures
Amusement and recreation services
Health services
Legal services
Educational services, n.e.c
Membership organizations
Miscellaneous professional services .
Private households
Government .
Federal
General government
Government enterprises .
State and local
General government
Government enterprises .

32

3,397




565
24

21

570

616

662

725

812

547

591

636

697

785

30

23

25

26

3220

2,757

2,152

1,895

2,192

2,382

2,597

2,984

3,436

3,967

4,301

4,744

5,458

2J&31

2,111

2,313

2 T 524

5,546

4,877

3,804

2,527

2,145

784

739

670

408

321

267

582
235

257

247

223

2,989

28

628
602
26

2,808

5,977

821

28

27

516

524

542

574

245

234

260

184

206
201

252

178

233

256

604

645

689

758

166

180

190

206

224

272

313

345

391

452

3,758

3,368

3,688

3,904

4,310

4,786

343

258

219

272

289

318

363

526

459

500

529

584

652

777

648
187

240

232

210

479

441

380

5,538

5,277

4,609

427
755

730

646

34

33

27

19

359

371

311

262

579

\6

243

18
294

22

26

31
414

108

106

326

392

98

83

73

76

310

313

307

241

227

253

282

317

360

323

299

256

191

161

176

180

205

239

398

406

386

349

388

433

81

84

91

346

317

324

124

131

132

126

121

126

135

307

311

303

118
281

116

296

279

295

312

605

612

284

589

531

487

492

489

507

509

81

75

55

36

34

37

40

51

57

1,718

1,485

1,148

836

733

851

912

1,017

1,190

5,121

5,346

5,457

5,182

5,357

6,306

6,762

8,150

7316

1,488

1,529

1,534

1,456

1,680

2269

2,420

4274

3.732

907

945

952

912

1,195

1,729

1,806

3,612

581

584

582

544

485

540

614

662

675

3,633

3,817

3,923

3,726

3,677

4,037

4.342

3,876

4.084

3,456

3,630

3,737

3,565

3,531

3,884

177

187

186

4,178

146

153

164

3,6""
180

3.889

1

Rest of the world
Addenda:
Households and institutions •
Nonfarm business

21

423

161

1

3,057

195

1

2,863

2,652

2278

1,871

1.677

1,802

1,882

42,595

38,466

31,896

24,074

22,554

26,239

28,738

2,044
32,732

2272
37.767

Table 6.2A.—Compensation of Employees by Industry: 192&-48—Continued
[Millions of dollars]
Line

1939

1940

1942

1941

1944

1943

1945

1946

1947

1948

1

48,158

52,180

64,836

85,309

109,599

121,276

123280

119,644

130,102

142,086

Domestic Industries

2

48,156

52,177

64,830

85,299

109,615

121,327

123,344

119,684

130,033

142,000

Private Industries

3

39,583

43,362

54,278

68,918

82,524

87,547

86,397

95,403

110,425

121,607

4

1,097

1,139

1,370

1,786

2,194

2,401

2,514

2,780

3,061

3,306

5
6

992
105

1,033
106

1,252
118

1,634
152

2,030
164

2.207
194

2.306
208

2.542
238

2.793
268

3.000
306

7

1,204

1,360

1,621

1,855

2,072

2,285

2261

2,482

3,071

3,546

168
130
480
335
91

203
124
570
357
106

246
143
712
383
137

287
165
858
374
171

324
187
957
425
179

277
209
1,091
538
170

240
203
1,056
595
167

243
249
1.115
656
219

309
253
1.469
769
261

354
1,953
n
947
292

Compensation of employees

Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries
Farms
Agricultural services, forestry, and fisheries .
Mining
Metal mining
Anthracite mining
Bituminous and other soft coal mining .
Crude petroleum and natural gas
Nonmetaitic mining and quarrying

8
9
10
11
12

Contract construction

13

1,650

1,821

3,074

4,925

4,120

3,037

3,107

4,664

6,173

7,523

Manufacturing

14

14,321

16,397

22,775

32,248

42,658

44,960

40,182

33,262

44,616

48,702

7,193
432
458
494
1,907

8,865
489
492
542
2,334

13.514
654
630
710
3,347

21,139
795
701
808
4,724

29,828
882
766
875
6,817

31,103
910
800
880
7,089

25,583
884
831
899
6,090

21,180
1,094
1.106
1,186
4,721

25.162
1.400
1,378
1.409
5.966

27.467
3,062

20
21
22
23
24
25

453
1,167
673
864
324
421

547
1,505
803
1,098
555
495

780
2,435
1224
1,538
1,518
678

1,066
3,712
1,805
1,713
4,899
916

1,360
4,319
2.479
1,001
10,146
1,183

1,393
4,356
2,834
1,096
10,545
1,200

1,304
4,069
2,544
945
6.797
1220

1.413
4.150
2.355
1.941
1,851
1.363

1.492
5,049
2.860
2,441
1.678
1.489

o
5.614
2.992
2.693
n
(')

26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36

7,128
1,707
102
1,224
967
468
1,037
702
280
236
405

7,532
1,790
108
1,261
980
515
1,044
849
326
258
401

9261
2,018
119
1,673
1261
652
1,119
1,150
388
351
530

11,109
2.392
125
2,001
1,497
731
1,134
1,731
477
414
607

12,830
2,764
152
2,137
1,786
849
1,225
2,118
576
575
648

13.857
3.106
165
2,127
1,965
920
1,353
2,172
705
670
674

14,599
3,269
179
2,199
2,078
976
1.526
2210
773
662
727

17,082
3.760
197
2.808
2,558
1.190
1,983
2.076
823
781
906

19,454
4.293
207
3.226
2,747
1,411
2.347
2.396
979
669
979

21.235
4,574
215
3.683
2,985
1,577
2,607
2.617
1.117
850
1,010

Durable goods
Lumber and basic timber 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
Electric and electronic equipment
Motor vehicles and equipment
Other transportation equipment
Miscellaneous manufacturing, including
instruments and miscellaneous plastic
products.
Nondurable goods
Food and kindred products
Tobacco manufactures .
Textile mill products .
Apparel and other textile products .
Paper and allied products
Printing and publishing
Chemicals and allied products .
Petroleum and coal products ...
Rubber products
Leather and leather products ...

15
16
17
18
19

•

(:)

1.602
11.504

37

5,220

5,523

6,326

7,499

8,980

10,155

10,798

12,177

13,317

14,498

Transportation
Railroad transportation
Local and interurban passenger transit.
Trucking and warehousing
Water transportation
Transportation by air
Pipelines, except natural gas
Transportation services

38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45

3.644
2,240
455
465
224
36
44
180

3,866
2,373
441
524
240
45
46
197

4,520
2,803
472
643
274
57
51
220

5.596
3,532
609
771
314
80
58
232

6.956
4,264
785
883
487
118
69
350

7.989
4.713
880
965
760
135
82
454

8,388
4,758
958
1.053
902
160
87
470

9.104
5,135
1210
1,262
701
249
93
454

9,751
5,439
1.279
1.468
632
288
111
534

10.376
5,817
1.249
1,678
668
310
132
522

Communication
Telephone and telegraph
Radio and television broadcasting .

46
47
48

750
695
55

782
720
62

878
807
71

966
890
76

1,093
1,006
87

1.188
1,083
105

1,349
1227
122

1.766
1.619
147

1.991
1,819
172

2.306
2.098
208

Electric, gas, and sanitary services ...
Utilities: electric and gas .
I uul utilities and public services, n.e.c
. .JTI:
Local

49
50
51

826
793
28

875
845
30

928
897
31

937
904
33

931
898
33

978
942
36

1.061
1,021
40

1.307
1,261
46

1.575
1.523
52

1,816

Wholesale trade

52

3,141

3,358

3,935

4,182

4,366

4,755

5,307

6,907

8240

9,149

Retail trade and automobile services

53

5,588

6,016

6,838

7,167

7,923

8,671

9,859

13,315

15,404

16,912

Transportation and public utilities

Finance, insurance, and real estate .
Banking
Security and commodity brokers, and services .
Credit agencies (other than banks) and holding
and other investment companies.
Insurance carriers
Insurance agents and brokers, and services ....
Real estate
Services .
Hotels and other lodging places .
Personal services .
Commercial and trade schools and employment
agencies.
Business services
Miscellaneous repair services
Motion pictures
Amusement and recreation services
Health services
Legal services
Educational services, n.e.c
Membership organizations
Miscellaneous professional services .
Private households
Government .
Federal „
General government "
Government enterprises .
State and local
General government
Government enterprises .
R«st of the world
Addenda:
Households and institutions ....
Nonfarm business

54

2,522

2,599

2,752

2,864

3,013

3,166

3,436

4,316

4,728

5,288

55
56
57

600
180
232

622
170
245

654
158
271

710
131
270

765
154
251

829
167
243

903
228
247

1.085
286
314

1225
237
361

1,341
246
420

58
59
60

797
232
481

820
231
511

870
245
554

910
266
577

942
284
617

968
298
661

1,033
324
701

1.296
430
904

1,478
467
960

1.670
532
1.079

61

4,840

5,149

5,587

6,392

7,198

8,117

8,933

10,500

11,815

12,683

62
63
64

376
638
28

402
712
28

430
799
46

459
925
91

541
1,078
133

631
1,182
102

695
1.311
59

835
1,634
69

905
1,753
92

948
1.822
I4)

65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74

433
97
353
230
478
142
337
521
75
1,132

443
94
353
246
513
144
348
565
80
1,221

491
125
386
270
558
151
362
606
123
1240

507
148
425
281
641
150
339
682
214
1,480

554
214
477
291
744
149
433
785
199
1,600

652
243
531
337
845
159
465
853
197
1.890

753
245
573
384
932
169
494
952
221
2.145

962
310
703
524
1,135
184
579
1,166
275
2.124

1.105
351
719
566
1.412
209
728
1,280
334
2.351

1270
369
683
611
1.533
228
896
1.464
495
2,364

75

8,573

8,815

10,552

16,381

27,091

33,780

36,947

24281

19,608

20,393

76
77
78
79
80
81

4,183
3464
719
4,390
4,185
205

4,288
3.542
746
4.527
4289
238

5.887
5,079
808
4,665
4,383
277

11,612
10,694
918
4,769
4.473
296

22.092
20,953
1,139
4,999
4.663
336

28.502
27,314
1,188
5278
4,938
340

31,217
29.969
1248
5.730
5,370
360

17.680
16.190
1,490
6,601
6,195
406

11.770
10,305
1.465
7.838
7,333
500

11.232
9.556
1.676
9,161
8.521
640

82

2

3

6

10

-16

-51

3.240
78,729

3.719
83.149

83
84

2.276
37,239

n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified.
1. Included in anthracite mining (line 9).
2. Inclined in lumber and basic timber products (line 16).
3. Included with iron and steel and their products, including ordnance (line 19).




2,435
40.878

2,533
51,578

2,918
65,580

S4
4,117
81,582

-40

69

86

4,492
90265

5.140
104.496

5.603
115.320

4. Included with educational services, n.e.c. (line 71).
Mote—Estimates in part A of this table are based on the 1942 Standard Industrial Classification (SIC); and estimates in part B. including 1948. are based on the 1972 SIC.

Table 6.2B.—Compensation of Employees by Industry: 1948-58
[Millions of dollars]
1949

1948

1955

1954

1952

1951

1950

1957

142,086

141,998

155,417

181,595

196,349

210,420

209,367

225,915

244,740

257,758

Domestic industries

142,000

141,940

155,339

181,581

196,347

210,427

209,424

225,985

244,822

257,836

Private industries

Compensation of employees ..

121,607

119,255

131,404

150,840

161,331

174,514

172,826

187,381

203,598

213,824

Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries
Farms
Agricultural services, forestry, and fisheries .

3,319
3,000
319

3,143
2,817
326

3,184

3,314
2,868
446

3210

3,097

3,087

3,129

2,821
363

3.340
2.932
408

2.746
464

2,606
491

2,598
489

2.611
518

3,235
2.710
525

Mining
Metal mining
Coal mining .
Oil and gas extraction
Nonmetallic minerals, except fuels

3,597
354
1,953
998
292

3,182
343
1,520
1,018
301

3,503
374
1,723
1,068
338

3,990
456
1.882
1253
399

4,059
507
1.684
1,433
435

4,183

3,843
514
1246
1,600
483

4,161

4,674

4,830

580
1,322
1,729
530

661
1,501
1,915
597

688
1,528
2,002
612

568
1.618
1,526
471

Construction ....

7,662

7,490

8,624

10,665

11,597

12,194

12,452

13,408

14,919

15,342

Manufacturing .

49,454

47,059

53,628

63,691

68,876

76.433

72,922

80,050

86,504

90,270

Durable goods
Lumber and wood products .
Furniture andfixtures.
Stone, clay, and glass products
Primary metal industries
Fabricated metal products
Machinery, except electrical
Electric and electronic equipment
Motor vehicles and equipment
Other transportation equipment
Instruments and related products
Miscellaneous manufacturing industries .

27,603
2,026
963
1,708
4,373
3,700
4,980
3.280
Z663
1,789
906
1,215

25,521
1,807
919
1.637
3,890
3.467
4.350
2,940
2.767
1,738
872
1,134

30,080
2,151
1,131
1,889
4,797
4,140
4,854
3.510
3.511
1,796
1.032
1,269

37.684
2.467
1,197
2247
5,865
5.058
6,667
4,403
3,937
3,124
1,350
1,369

41,570
2,475
1278
2.236
5,867
5,492
7,440
5.066
4,031
4.687
1,585
1.413

47206
2.482
1,357
2.453
6,675
6.288
7.953
5.886
5.013
5,692
1,817
1,590

43,598
2,361
1289
2,433
5,932
5,828
7,263
5,418
4.412
5,341
1.779
1,542

48,735
2,644
1,461
2,740
7,210
6.448
7.781
5,927
5,544
5.446
1,905
1,629

53,084
2,748
1,552
2,967
7,880
6,961
9.021
6,661
5,190
6209
2,153
1,742

55,580
2,528
1,593
3,045
8284
7.381
9.339
7,102
5.277
6.930
2,346
1,755

Nondurable goods
Food and kindred products
Tobacco manufactures
Textile mill products
Apparel ana other textile products .,
Paper and allied products
Printing and publishing
Chemicals and allied products
Petroleum and coal products
Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products
Leather and leather products

21,851
5.356
215
3,563
3,054
1,577
2,609
2.292
1,082
1,085
1,018

21.538
5.458
229
3.178
2,948
1,548
2,754
2297
1,121
1.026
979

23.548
5,793
241
3,636
3.180
1.788
2.933
2,542
1.149
1,229
1,057

26.007
6.400
278
3.778
3,321
2,057
3.173
3,106
1,380
1,440
1.074

27,306
6.746
295
3,662
3,463
2,143
3,396
3.379
1,515
1,547

1,160

29227
7,164
314
3,699
3,678
2,375
3,692
3,782
1.612
1.710
1,201

29,324
7.418
326
3,328
3,542
2.457
3,879
3,911
1,682
1,617
1,164

31.315
7,768
339
3,534
3,752
2,684
4.145
4.183
1,736
1.913
1,261

33,420
8.270
362
3,602
3,985
2,919
4,465
4,650
1,828
2,023
1,316

34,690
8.545
374
3,494
4,042
3,038
4,719
5,032
1,949
2,158
1.339

14,498

14,333

15,141

17,185

18260

19,364

19,084

20,285

21,994

23,145

10.376
5.817
1,255
1,678
919
342
132
233

9.946
5.382
1237
1,758
834
358
130
247

10,514
5,587
1.224
2,086
870
384

12,625
6,452
1,327
2,670
1,150
556
156
314

13206
6.458
1.350
3.033
1258
619
159
329

12.594
5,907
1,304
3.086
1,153
655
158
331

13.400
6.091
1,298
3.508
1263
737
158
345

14.506
6.567
1.320.
3,851
1,350
874
167
377

15,186

237

12.059
6,410
1288
2.397
1,077
460
143
284

Communications
Telephone and telegraph
Radio and television

2,306
2,098
208

2.425
2.196

2,511
2251
260

2,785
£483
302

3.090
2,752
338

3,404
3,022
382

3,581
3.146
435

3,833
3,362
471

4.197
3,677
520

4.467
3.914

Electric, gas, and sanitary services .

1,816

2,116

2.341

2,545

2.754

2,909

3,052

3291

10,086

11,354

11,936

12,665

13,029

13,919

15,448

16,327

16,751

18,175

19,176

20.434

20,929

22^92

23,908

25,129

6,029
1,542
422
325
1.988
434
1251
67

6,640
1,725
486
354
2,183
491
1.328
73

7207
1,907
561
355
2,401
535
1,360
88

7,870

8,571

9,309

10,178

10,896

2,097
631
366
2.664
592
1.430
90

2.251
708
465
2.861
647
1,541
98

2.419
808
567
3,013
691
1,703
108

2,655
924
584
3,278
769
1,847

121

2.882
1,011
594
3,603
834
1,840
132

14^58

15,800

22,844

24,650

1,036
2,025
1,460
566
396
712
652
2,120
307
964
2,056

18,161
1,173
2232
1,848
633
440
713
739
2.623
382
1,057
2.435

20,770

968
1,896
1267
537
317
688
627
1.870
276
922
1.864

16,906
1,111
2.125
1.644
601
437
723
685
2.358
342
996
2,200

18,899

948
1,822
1,097
573
369
683
611
1,520
228
826
1,514

13,573
952
1,836
1.139
543
332
688
618
1,654
244
877
1.725

1,199
2297
1,984
637
406
752
783
2.873
412
1,133
2.631

1,254
2,398
2227
681
441
806
844
3,157
450

1,426
2,682
2.931
829
554
815
967
3,781
532
1.510

2,841

1,324
2.560
2,616
755
507
819
901
3,401
495
1.357
3,064

598
2,364

608
2.357

653
2,573

844
2,662

1.069
2,615

1,195
2,691

1221
2.571

1,392
3,053

1,777
3268

1,969
3,323

Transportation and public utilities .
Transportation
Railroad transportation
Local and interurban passenger transit .
Trucking and warehousing
Water transportation
Transportation by air
Pipelines, except natural gas
Transportation services

Wholesale trade
Retail trade
Finance, insurance, and real estate
Banking
Credit agencies other than banks
Security and commodity brokers
Insurance carriers
Insurance agents, brokers, and service ..
Real estate .
Holding and other investment offices ....
Services
Hotels and other lodging places ....
Personal services
Business services
Auto repair, services, and parking .
Miscellaneous repair services
Motion pictures .
Amusement and recreation services
Health services
Legal services
Educational services
Social services and membership organizations .
Social services
Membership organizations
Miscellaneous professional services
Private households

9,563
15,170
5,186
1/541
339
256
1,670
358
1,153
13,153

229
1.962
9,431
15,596
5,448
1.426
377
252
1.809
390
1.123
71

126

1226

6.626
1,370
4,087
1.509
1.022
174
398

553
3,492

3,331

20,393

22,685

23,935

30,741

35,016

35,913

36,598

38,604

41,224

44,012

Federal.,
General government
Civilian
Military'
Government enterprises ..

11232
9.556
4,681
4,875
1,676

12,536
10.679
5.078
5,601
1.857

13,030
11.095
5.401
5,694
1,935

18.722
16,582
7.161
9.421
2.140

21,708
19,275
8,036
11239
2,433

21,441
19,075
7,952
11,123
2.366

20,713
18,346
7.495
10.851
2,367

21,493
18.958
8.133
10,825
2,535

22293
19,604
10,783
2,689

23.086
20227
9261
10.966
2,859

State and local
General government .......
Education
Other
Government enterprises..

9.161
8,521

10.149
9,442

10.905
10,145

12,019
11.160

640

707

760

859

13,308
12.252
5.574
6,678
1.056

14.472
13,334
6.096
7238
1,138

15,885
14.698
6,797
7,901
1.187

17,111
15,837
7.402
8.435
1274

18.931
17,621
8.320
9.301
1.310

20,926
19,558
9.373
10.185
1.368

86

58

78

'14

-70

-82

-78

5.603
115.320

5.933
113.069

6.455
124.823

6,924
143.983

9.117
179.475

9.863
195.123

204.762

Government .

Rest of the world .

-7

-57

8.821

Receipts from the rest of the world
Less: Payments to the rest of the world .
Addenda:
Households and institutions .
Nonfarm business

1.
Digitized forIncludes Coast Guard. A of this table are based on the 1942 Standard Industrial Classification (SIC): and estiFRASER
NOTE.—Estimates in part
mates in part B, including 1948, are based on the 1972 SIC.


7246
154,706

7,803
167,469

8,117
165.657

10.579

Table 6.3A.—Wages and Salaries by Industry: 1929-48
[Millions of dollars]
Line
Wages and salaries

1929

1930

1931

1932

1933

1934

1935

1937

1936

1938

1

50,460

46,214

39,157

30,514

29,027

33,734

36,722

41,954

46,139

43,013

Domestic industries

2

50,459

46,213

39,156

30,513

29,026

33,733

36,721

41,953

46,138

43,012

Private industries

3
4

45,498

41,034

33,872

25,521

27,636

30,194

34,058

38,614

34,754

1/414

1,286

1,017

752

23,863
691

751

860

950

1,099

1,079

5
6

1,300
114

914
103

669
83

617
74

679
72

775
85

868
82

Mining

7

1,515

1,177
109
1,327

993

683

686

911

969

1,133

988
111
1,305

979
100
1,101

Metal mining
Anthracite mining
Bituminous and other soft coal mining
Crude petroleum and natural gas
Nonmetallic mining and quarrying
Contract construction
Manufacturing

8
9
10
11
12

200
261
609
321
124

166
252
506
293
110

102
205
380
223
83

53
151
259
168
52

68
159
388
240
56

88
140
424
257
60

127
138
504
287
77

194
136
550
333
92

138
117
437
333
76

Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries
Farms
Agricultural services, forestry, and fisheries ....

Durable goods
Lumber and basic timber 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
Electric and electronic equipment
Motor vehicles and equipment
Other transportation equipment
Miscellaneous manufacturing, including
instruments and miscellaneous plastic
products.
Nondurable goods,
Food and kindred products
Tobacco manufactures
Textile mill products
Apparel and other textile products
Paper and allied products
Printing and publishing
Chemicals and allied products
Petroleum and coal products
Rubber products
Leather and leather products
Transportation and public utilities

13

2,484

2,085

1,477

823

52
132
279
177
46
611

759

889

1,300

1,383

1259

14

16,092

13,850

7,827

9,643

10,829

12,410

14,571

11,837

8.538
708
611
618
2,117

6,935
542
486
526
1,791

10,810
4,864
306
384
384
1.208

7,678

15
16
17
18
19

3,069
177
251
238
717

3,145
199
251
227
804

4,201
253
274
285
1.069

4.982
300
325
329
1290

6,135
378
391
400
1,659

7,650
442
447
483
2.095

5.575
374
377
404
1,394

20
21
22
23
24
25

541
1,396
859
979
262
447

418
1,173
713
633
254
399

323
774
485
512
167
321

206
489
286
369
117
219

206
494
302
351
93
218

266
679
409
569
133
264

318
822
461
691
145
301

377
1,029
569
787
205
340

467
1.339
745
970
276
386

359
960
539
600
224
344

26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36

7,554
1,565
142
1,458
1,051
430
1,236
664
236
281
491

6,915
1,519
131
1200
913
412
1,241
621
238
222
418

5.946
1,326
109
1,065
781
351
1,065
529
190
167
363

4,609
1.096
85
768
558
273
837
413
157
131
291

4.682
1,131
74
896
569
279
718
421
149
141
304

5.442
1,325
84
1.006
690
332
809
495
174
176
351

5,847
1,386
84
1,108
780
357
866
525
192
182
367

6275
1,492
89
1,159
840
394
943
572
202
209
375

6.921
1,652
98
1255
864
456
1,040
672
242
235
407

37

6,239
4,719
3.226
655
327
213
5
48
245

5,780

4,939

3,847

3,514

3,799

4,077

4,531

4,987

6262
1.552
94
1.011
806
409
981
621
244
185
359
4,622

4237
2,849
614
316
193
9
42
214

3,531
2.334
534
289
166
13
38
157

2.655
1.688
429
257
135
14
29
104

2.455
1,560
368
252
143
14
29
89

2.660
1.689
385
280
153
14
34
105

2.884
1.831
400
321
161
17
36
118

3237
2,058
427
356
195
22
40
139

3,549
2219
453
407
232
26
47
165

3,179
1.962
428
393
174
29
45
148

532
507
25
607
583
24

545
518
27

592
558
34

667
625
42

678
632
46

648
623
25
2,366

702
675
27

765
740
25

2,560

771
745
26
2,888

2,878

4,265

4,674

5,287

5,131

2,058

2,236

2,406

2,323

522
250
215

547
253
233

555
191
208

671
203
375

728
217
428

731
220
418

Transportation
Railroad transportation
Local and interurban passenger transit.
Trucking and warehousing
Water transportation
Transportation by air
Pipelines, except natural gas
Transportation services

38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45

Communication .
Telephone and telegraph
Radio and television broadcasting

46
47
48
49
50
51

750
740
10

754
739
15

680
659
21

574
550
24

498
477
21

770
739
31

789
758
31

728
699
29

617
592
25

561
539
22

Wholesale trade

52

3,379

3,204

1,883

53

5,507

3,773

3,407

2,180
3,939

Finance, insurance, and real estate

54

5,940
2,918

2,742
4,842

2,138

Retail trade and automobile services

2,742

2,467

2,092

1,896

1,988

Electric, gas, and sanitary services
Utilities: electric and gas
Local utilities and public services, n.e.c

Banking
Security and commodity brokers, and services .
Credit agencies (other than banks) and holding
and other investment companies.
Insurance carriers
Insurance agents and brokers, and services ....
Real estate
Services
Hotels and other lodging places
Personal services
Commercial and trade schools and employment
agencies.
Business services
Miscellaneous repair services
Motion pictures
Amusement and recreation services
Health sen/ices
Legal services
Educational services, n.e.c
Membership organizations
Miscellaneous professional services
Private households
Government
Federal
General government
Civilian, except work relief
Military1
Work relief
Government enterprises
State and local
General government
Public education
Nonschool. except work relief.,
Work relief
Government enterprises
Rest of the world




55
56
57

758
406
242

716
319
234

649
285
212

565
234
186

485
244
170

502
233
176

507
205
190

58
59
60

812
237
463

819
229
425

768
208
365

639
185
283

597
178
302

635
188
333

61
62
63
64

5,517
425
752
33

5,253
407
727
32

4,585
341
643
26

3,735
256
523
18

572
164
261
3,348
217
456
15

3,666
270
497
17

3,881
287
526
21

4,264
313
576
25

4,688
351
633
29

4324
353
611
27

357
107
308
322
397
124
294
601
81
1,716

369
104
311
298
405
131
303
608
75
1.483

309
96
305
255
385
132
307
585
55
1,146

260
82
239
190
345
126
298
527
36
835

243
72
225
160
316
118
277
483
34
732

294
75
249
175
323
116
275
488
37
850

385
83
311
202
387
126
288
501
51
1.016

401
88
349
231
430
133
304
497
55
1.187

395
90
332
207
464
135
318
505
63
1.023

75

4,961

5,179

5284

4,992

5,163

6,097

324
80
280
179
348
121
279
485
40
911
6,527

7,895

7,524

8258

76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87

1.417
848
516
332

1.457
885
548
337

1.462
892
561
331

1.380
848
529
319

559
3,544
3,368
1.563
1,805
176

572
3,722
3.537
1.615
1.918
4
185

570
3,822
3.633
1.639
1.953
46
184

532
3.612
3,453
1.552
1.809
92
159

1.610
1,137
492
289
356
473
3,553
3.409
1.409
1.659
341
144

2,195
1.667
613
290
764
528
3.902
3.751
1.370
1.701
680
151

2.329
1.731
790
330
611
598
4,198
4,036
1,438
1,807
791
162

4.167
3.526
988
364
2,174
641
3,728
3.551
1.507
1.970
74
177

3.599
2.953
929
386
1,638
646
3.925
3.733
1.593
2.092
48
192

4,102
3.439
929
400
2.110
663
4.156
3.959
1.681
2.270
8
197

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74

88

'

•

Table 6.3A.—Wages and Salaries by Industry: 1929-48—Continued
[Millions of dollars]
Line

1939

1941

1940

1946

1945

1944

1943

1942

1947

82,098

105,786

116,749

117,493

112,005

123,097

45,983

49,860
49,857

62,085

Domestic Industries

62,079

82,088

105,802

116,800

117,557

112,045

123,028

Private industries

37,742

41393

51,889

66,112

79,185

83,832

82,655

91345

105,515

1,090

1,132

1,364

1,779

2,187

2,392

2,503

2,766

3,046

988
102

1,029
103
1,287

1,249
115

1,631
148

2,027
160

2,202
190

2299
204

2,532
234

2.783
263

1,540

1,769

1383

2,197

2,173

2,368

2,904

190
118
542
336
101

232
135
678
363
132

270
156
823
355
165

308
178
918
407
172

263
202
1,052
515
165

227
196
1,020
569
161

232
237
1,065
623
211

295
250
1.378
729
252

Wages and salaries ..

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

45,985

1,137
156
124
456
315
86
1,546

1,709

2,900

4,670

3,919

2,888

2,951

4,412

5,833

13,585

15384

21,714

30,922

40,883

42,913

38229

36,476

42,461

6.818
412
437
466
1,789

8,418
467
470
514
2,187

12,875
625
600
673
3,156

20,276
763
672
772
4,475

28,605
846
734
836
6,488

29,746
874
768
839
6,740

24,406
848
799
857
5,784

20244
1,048
1,063
1.128
4.502

24,017
1,346
1,322
1.343
5.702

432
1,111
637
823
310
401

523
1,436
768
1,050
531
472

748
2,331
1,165
1,469
1,458
650

1,028
3,585
1,731
1,656
4,713
881

1,311
4,162
2,367
968
9,753
1,140

1,340
4,180
2,673
1,058
10,121
1,153

1,250
3,900
2,390
914
6,490
1,174

1,353
3,987
2215
1,877
1,762
1,309

1,430
4317
2,669
2,354
1,610
1,424

6,767
1,612
98
1,167
926
444
991
667
250
226
386
4,898

7,166
1,694
104
1206
938
490
1,002
808
295
247
382

8.839
1318
115
1,603
1209
622
1,076
1,098
355
336
507

10,646
2285
119
1,923
1,436
703
1,094
1,662
441
400
583

12278
2339
146
2,055
1,711
816
1,186
2,026
522
555
622

13,167
2,946
158
2,046
1376
879
1,307
2,060
600
645
650

13,823
3,105
171
2,113
1,984
932
1,466
2,072
641
637
702

16232
3,578
185
2.700
2,448
1,138
1,912
1,949
697
749
876

5,182

5,936

7,039

8,445

10,122

11,403

3,429
2,091
433
441
218
34
43
169

3,639
2211
421
498
234
43
45
187

4,255
2,609
451
613
267
55
50
210

5,261
3291
585
738
292
77
57
221

6,559
3,966
757
848
471
113
68
336

9341
7,547
4.386
848
926
743
130
79
435

18.444
4,080
195
3,103
2.625
1,346
2263
2251
810
832
939
12,364

7,913
4,414
919
1,013
885
150
81
451

8379
4,769
1,160
1,211
683
232
88
436

9,083
4,955
1,226
1,412
607
267
105
511

Communication
Telephone and telegraph
Radio and television broadcasting

695
643
52

719
660
59

802
735
67

885
813
72

1,002
920
82

1,089
989
100

1239
1,123
116

1,622
1,479
143

1,825
1,658
167

Electric, gas. and sanitary services
Utilities: electric and gas .
Local utilities and public services, n.e.c

774
747
27

824
795
29

879
849
30

893
861
32

884
852
32

905
871
34

970
932
38

1,202
1,157
45

1,456
1,405
51

Metal mining
Anthracite mining
Bituminous and other soft coal mining .
Crude petroleum and natural gas
Nonmetallic mining and quarrying
Contract construction
Manufacturing
Durable goods
Lumber and basic timber products
Furniture and finished lumber products
Stone, clay, and gtass products
Iron and steel and their products, including
ordnance.
Nonferrous metals and their products
Machinery, except electrical...
Electric and electronic equipment
Motor vehicles and equipment
Other transportation equipment
Miscellaneous manufacturing, including
instruments and miscellaneous plastic
products.
Nondurable goods
Food and kindred products .
Tobacco manufactures
Textile mill products .
Apparel and other textile products .
Paper and allied products
Printing and publishing
Chemicals and allied products
Petroleum and coal products .
Rubber products
Leather and leather products
Transportation and public utilities
Transportation
Railroad transportation
Local and interurban passenger transit
Trucking and warehousing
Water transportation
Transportation by air
Pipelines, except natural gas
Transportation services

Wholesale trade

3,015

3228

3,793

4,042

4232

4,604

5,138

6,691

7,982

Retail trade and automobile services

5,371

5,792

6,591

6,929

7,661

8367

9,527

12,869

14,872

Finance, insurance, and real estate

2^79

2,453

2398

2,713

2,835

2,988

3,269

4,097

4,497

567
174
206

581
165
222

611
152
246

660
126
247

700
150
224

758
163
219

826
222
236

991
277
302

1,122
231
348

756
224
452

761
223
481

831
237
521

875
259
546

903
275
583

933
289
626

1.006
314
665

1,261
418
848

1,442
453
901

4,721
361
617
26

5,026
387
689
26

5,453
414
772
44

6,249
443
897
87

7,040
523
1,046
126

7,942
611
1,148
95

8,743
672
1275
54

10,263
806
1,589
63

11,556
877
1,707
90

415
93
339
221
474
139
327
507
73
1,129

425
90
339
238
509
142
336
549
78
1218

474
121
371
261
554
148
349
589
119
1,237

489
142
410
271
636
147
379
664
207
1,477

534
206
459
282
738
148
423
764
193
1,598

628
235
509
326
839
157
456
860
191
1,887

723
236
552
372
926
167
484
925
215
2,142

927
296
679
509
1,125
181
564
1,135
269
2,120

1.061
345
694
551
1,397
205
712
1,244
325
2,348

8,241

8,464

10,190

15,976

26,617

32,968

34,902

20,700

17,513

4,021
3,339
1,032
432
1,875
682
4.220
4,018
1,717
2291
10
202

4,110
3,402
1216
607
1379
708
4.354
4.119
1,772
2.337
10
235

5,709
4,943
1,860
1370
1,213
766
4,481
4207
1326
2,375
6
274

11,411
10,536
3,788
6,168
580
875
4365
4.273
1,883
2.388
2
292

21,839
20,744
6,561
14,133
50
1.095
4.778
4,446
1.973
2.473

27,920
26,779
6.746
20333

29,417
28223
6,404
21,819

14,371
12,938
5,105
7333

9,988
8,579
4,408
4,171

1,141
5.048
4,712
2,104
2.608

1,194
5,485
5,129
2.303
2.826

1,433
6,329
5.928
2.584
3,344

1.409
7,525
7.031
3.084
3.947

332

336

356

401

494

2

3

6

10

-16

-51

-64

-40

69

Banking
Security and commodity brokers, and services .
Credit agencies (other than banks) and holding
and other investment companies.
Insurance carriers
Insurance agents and brokers, and services .
Real estate
Services
Hotels and other lodging places
Personal services
Commercial and trade schools and employment
agencies.
Business services
Miscellaneous repair services
Motion pictures
Amusement and recreation services .
Health services
Legal services .
Educational services, n.e.c
Membership organizations
Miscellaneous professional services .
Private households
Government
Federal
General government
Civilian, except work relief
Military1
Work relief
Government enterprises
State and local .
General government
Public education
Nonschool, except work relief.
Work relief
Government enterprises
Rest of the world
n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified,
1. Includes Coast Guard.
2. Included in anthracite mining (line 9).
3. Included in lumber and basic timber products (line 16).




4. Included with iron and steel and their products, including ordnance (line 19).
5. Included with educational services, n.e.c. (line 71).
,
Note.—Estimates in part A of this table are based on the 1942 Standard Industrial Classification (SIC); ana e
mates in part B, including 1948. are based on the 1972 SIC.

Table 6.3B.—Wages and Salaries by Industry: 1948-58
[Millions of dollars]
Line
Wages and salaries .

1948

1949

135,537

1950

1951

1952

134,719

147238

171,591

1953

1954

185,619

198,970

1955

1957

1956

1958

197,242

212,129

229,002

239,926

241290

Domestic Industries

135,451

134,661

185,617

198,977

197299

212,199

229,084

240,004

241,362

116,444

113,848

147,160
124,542

171,577

Private Industries

142,364

152,256

164,658

162,415

175,625

190,306

199,016

197267

Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries .
Farms .
Agricultural services, forestry, and fisheries .

3,304
2,990
314

3,127
2,806
321

3,165
2,811
354

3,310
2,910
400

3281
2,846
435

3,176
2,724
452

3,056
2,579
477

3,029
2,557
472

3,067
2,566
501

3,164
£658
506

3,301
2.770
531

Mining .
Metal mining .
Coal mining ..
Oil and gas extraction ,
Nonmetallic minerals, except fuels .

3,372
334
1,806
949
283

2,967
323
1,388
964
292

3,202
348
1,522
1,007
325

3,644
421
1.659
1,181
383

3,717
473
1,476
1,350
418

3,814
530
1,389
1,442
453

3,495
475
1,057
1,502
461

3,767
531
1,113
1.620
503

4,213
602
1268
1,774
569

4,361
620
1297
1.865
579

3,897
504
1,034
1,777
582

Construction

7,252

7,085

8,143

10,069

10,962

11,507

14,019

14,341

14549

47,145

44,638

50,316

59,357

64,182

71253

11,707
67,574

12,596

Manufacturing

73,889

79,489

82^15

78,719

Durable goods.,
Lumber and wood products ,
Furniture and fixtures .
Stone, clay, and glass products .
Primary metal industries
Fabricated metal products.
Machinery, except electrical
Electric and electronic equipment.
Motor vehicles and equipment......
Other transportation equipment ....
Instruments and related products .
Miscellaneous manufacturing industries .

26,385
1,945
926
1,630
4,190
3,557
4,770
3,083
2,560
1,700
856
1,168

24281
1,733
881
1,559
3,692
3,311
4,146
2,744
2,656
1,652
819
1,088

28,163
2,056
1,082
1,786
4,378
3,911
4,589
3.271
3,221
1,696
965
1208

38,746
2,363
1,213
2,096
5,369
5,182
6,964
4,671
3,642
4,457
1,458
1,331

44,031
2,370
1,286
2293
6,143
5,930
7,445
5,447
4,526
5,422
1,674
1,495

40,462
2246
1218
2258
5.391
5.474
'6,764
5.034
3.958
5,048
1,626
1,445

44,941
2,514
1,377
2,533
6,554
6,035
7,217
5,499
4,870
5,100
1.730
1,512

48.637
2.613
1,464
2,735
7.109
6.506
8,316
6,151
4,383
5,791
1,951
1,618

50,672
2,397
1,496
2.788
7,409
6,871
8,584
6.552
4,427
6,417
2,116
1,615

47.047
2.342
1,448
2.760
6.459
6282
7,580
6.403
3.780
6.309
2.097
1,587

Nondurable goods
Food and kindred products .
Tobacco manufactures .
Textile mill products
Apparel and other textile products ..
Paper and allied products
....
Printing and publishing
Chemicals and allied products
Petroleum and coal products
Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products
Leather and leather products

20,760
5,118
202
3,426
2,924
1,501
2,519
2,142
912
1,035
981

20,357
5207
214
3,048
2,809
1,465
2,653
2,126
919
976
940

22,153
5,499
224
3,460
3,006
1.686
2,814
2.343
961
1,152
1,008

35.104
2,358
1,139
2.108
5,354
4,741
6261
4,063
3,563
2,964
1,257
1296
24253
6,052
259
3,581
3,126
1,923
3,033
2,838
1,088
1,332
1,021

25,436
6,376
277
3,461
3,253
2,004
3251
3,094
1,176
1,442
1,102

27222
6,769
292
3,490
3,449
2,224
3,530
3,475
1257
1.595
1,141

27,112
6,936
303
3,129
3,326
2292
3,703
3,556
1271
1,498
1,098

28,948
7,249
314
3,327
3,517
2.499
3,942
3,815
1,329
1,771
1,185

31,843
7,921
337
3282
3,770
2,812
4.471
4,540
1,491
1,960
1259

31,672
7,986
342
3,118
3,670
2.868
4.565
4.573
1,462
1.869
1.219

13,587

13,385

14,081

15,977

16,961

18,004

17,679

18,757

30,852
7,709
329
3.391
3,733
2.712
4246
4232
1,409
1,852
1239
20274

21,248

20,820

Transportation
Railroad transportation
Local and interurban passenger transit.
Trucking and warehousing
Water transportation
Transportation by air .
Pipelines, except natural gas.
Transportation services

9,783
5,422
1,203
1,617
880
319
123
219

9,349
4,995
1,180
1,689
800
331
121
233

9.863
5,187
1,164
1,994
832
350
117
219

11,321
5,962
1221
2,295
1,024
419
132
268

11,833
5,995
1254
2,534
1,094
512
147
297

12.378
6,004
1276
2,878
1.194
568
148
310

11,772
5,476
1229
2.919
1,091
600
147
310

12,476
5,622
1222
3299
1,184
677
148
326

13,460
6,015
1240
3,620
1,272
799
158
356

14,027
6,050
1,277
3,820
1,410
930
166
374

13,410
5.556
1248
3,868
1223
983
162
370

Communications
Telephone and telegraph
Radio and television

2,120
1,921
199

2,222
2,003
219

2280
2,031
249

2,532
2,241
291

2,815
2,490
325

3,109
2,742
367

3,270
2,853
417

3,519
3,069
450

3,857
3,361
496

4,095
3568
527

4,073
3,516
557

Transportation and public utilities

Electric, gas, and sanitary services
Wholesale trade
Retail trade
Finance, insurance, and real estate .
Banking
Credit agencies other than banks .
Security and commodity brokers ...
Insurance carriers .
Insurance agents, brokers, and service .
Real estate .
Holding and other investment offices
...
Services .
Hotels and other lodging places
Personal services
Business services .
Auto repair, services, and parking
Miscellaneous repair services
Motion pictures .
Amusement and recreation services
Health services
Legal services
Educational services
Social services and membership organizations .
Social services
Membership organizations
Miscellaneous professional services .
Private households
„IL.
Government
Federal.
General government .
Civilian
Military1
Government enterprises..
State and local
General government
Education
Other .
Government enterprises
Rest of the world
Receipts from the rest of the world
Less: Payments to the rest of the world ....

1,684

1,814

1.938

2,124

2,313

2,517

2,637

2,760

2,957

3,126

9,303

9,155

9,739

10,937

11,509

12,226

12,532

13,344

14,801

15566

3,337
15,973

14,682

15,069

16,111

17,479

18,454

19,673

22,880

23,934

24285

5,147
1,298
351
244
1,755
373
1,059
67

5,683
1,399
401
314
1,914
411
1.180
64

6241
1,556
456
342
2,102
469
1.247
69

6,756
1.716
522
342
2.310
511
1272
83

7,365
1,873
587
353
2,568
565
1.334
85

20,083
7,980
1,999
656
447
2,740
615
1,430
93

21462

4,921
1,228
320
248
1,620
344
1,095
66

8,662
2,140
747
547
2,892
655
1,579
102

9,454
2,341
848
562
3,150
728
1,710
115

10,091
2,526
930
571
3.458
786
1.695
125

10,750
2,704
986
660
3,692
851
1,716
141

12,878
918
1,778
1,051
562
356
655
594
1,505
224
609
1,478
126
1,352
587
2,361

13,275
922
1,787
1,083
531
318
660
601
1,637
240
858
1,688
164
1,524
597
2,353

14,102
932
1.837
1201
521
302
658
607
1,851
270
899
1,816
199
1,617
639
2,569

15,350
996
1,959
1,385
547
379
680
631
2,086
301
934
1,981
236
1,745
823
2,648

16,434
1.065
2,059
1,571
582
415
697
665
2,318
336
965
2,123
272
1,851
1.037
2.601

17,640
1,125
2.159
1,766
614
415
689
716
2,573
376
1.021
2,346
314
2,032
1,163
2,677

20,119
1.196
2,315
2,128
657
413
775
815
3,087
440
1,180
2,735
397
2,338
1250
3.028

22,109
1263
2,466
2,496
727
475
789
869
3,322
485
1,307
2.946
443
2,503
1.722
3.242

23,796
1.353
2,574
2.793
793
517
783
930
3,689
519
1.450
3,198
492
2.706
1,900
3297

25,173
1,367
2,611
3,010
839
500
746
1,025
4,095
561
1,577
3.467
548
2519
1,898
3.477

19,007

20,813

22,618

33,361

34,319

36,574

38,778

40,988

44,095

10230
8,618
4,487
4,131
1,612

11,110
9,325
4,863
4,462
1,785

12,250
10,400
5,147
5,253
1.850

29213
17,864
15.810
6.878
8.932
2,054

18,309
1,145
2217
1,897
615
360
723
757
2,810
404
1.090
2,533
354
2,179
1,187
2,551
34,884

20,823
18,474
7,744
10,730
2,349

20,698
18,389
7,765
10,624
2,309

20,020
17,679
7,407
10272
2,341

20,582
18,113
7,932
10,181
2,469

21.162
18,601
8,431
10,170
2,561

21594
18,916
8,713
10203
2,678

22,732
19,771
9,431
10,340
2,961

8,777
8,144
3,599
4,545
633

9,703
9,005
3,983
5,022
698

10,368
9,619
4292
5,327
749

11,349
10,504
4,740
5.764
845

12,538
11,500
5,244
6,256
1,038

13,621
12,513
5,739
6,774
1,108

14,864
13,714
6,361
7,353
1,150

15,992
14,766
6,909
7,857
1226

17,616
16.354
7,734
8,620
1,262

19.394
18,080
8,692
9,388
1,314

21,363
19,937
9.719
10218
1,426

58

78

14

2

-7

-57

-70

-82

-78

-72

86

*

1. Includes Coast Guard.
Note.—Estimates in part A of this table are based on the 1942 Standard Industrial Classification (SIC); and £
mates in pan B, including 1948, are based on the 1972 SIC.




6.4A.—Full-Time and Part-Time Employees by Industry: 192&-48
(TTiousandsl
Une

1934

1933

1932

1931

1930

1929

1936

1935

1937

1

37,752

35,645

32,779

29,500

35,632

38,655

39,758

2

37,752

35,645

32,778

29,499

30,993
30,992

34291

Domestic Industries

34,290

35,631

38,654

39,757

Private industries

3

34,088

31,811

28,590

25,071

25,038

27,417

28,426

30548

32,508

4

3,556

3,337

3,252

3,028

2,995

2^86

3,013

3,106

3,083

5
6

3,403
153

3,190
147

3,103
149

2,894
134

2,865
130

2,862
124

2,878
135

2,981
125

2,924
159

7

993

932

813

672

693

822

840

897

955

8
9
10
11
12

124
151
471
159
88

79
128
418
118
70

50
104
358
105
55

50
92
373
124
54

60
106
431
163
62

71
99
443
165
62

92
98
457
180
70

119
98
470
192
76

13
14

1,484

107
144
452
148
81
1,366

703

806

866

1,104

1,082

9,309

1,198
7,895

907

10,428

6,678

7,204

8364

8304

9,645

10391

15

5,238

4,457

3,497

2,724

2,893

3,587

3.941

4,460

5,130

16
17
18
19

604
437
397
1,217

469
371
345
1,092

303
321
277
857

225
261
204
687

270
279
212
749

320
289
262
917

360
329
281
996

415
364
317
1,147

459
398
356
1,317

20
21
22
23
24
25

325
764
519
540
150
285

269
671
430
403
147
260

222
509
332
352
105
219

175
373
242
299
80
178

182
392
251
300
71
187

220
505
319
433
101
221

249
577
338
464
105
242

277
664
385
492
137
262

313
791
461
580
171
284

26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36

5,190
1,041
145
1262
772
284
615
397
128
176
370

4,852
1,020
133
1,095
722
277
617
377
125
142
344

4,398
914
120
1,025
672
250
548
329
105
120
315

4,311
939
102
1,081
632
244
449
321
99
124
320

4,777
1,085
112
1,139
699
280
492
369
115
141
345

4,963
1,106
108
1.196
768
289
510
379
121
134
352

5,185
1,157
109
1218
829
300
554
393
124
142
359

5,461
1223
111
1263
843
325
604
431
132
154
375

37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45

3,989
2,958
1,845
413
303
176
2
25
194

3,742
2,711
1,659
389
299
167
4
24
169

3,282
2,352
1,405
359
282
152
5
21
128

3,954
841
108
907
593
226
481
291
97
110
300
2,826
1,998
1,155
326
263
137
6
17
94

2,684
1,899
1,084
303
258
141
6
20
87

2,774
1,974
1,122
295
278
152
6
22
99

2,808
2,004
1,113
296
305
155
8
23
104

2373
2,121
1,194
300
322
149
10
25
121

3,140
2240
1251
303
346
158
12
26
144

Communication
Telephone and telegraph
Radio and television broadcasting

46
47
48

538
534
4

530
524
6

467
459
8

421
412
9

392
383
9

391
379
12

390
376
14

410
393
17

442
422
20

Electric, gas, and sanitary services
Utilities: electric and gas .
Local utilities and public services, n.e.c. .

49
50
51

493
465
28

501
473
28

463
437
26

407
384
23

393
371
22

409
386
23

414
392
22

442
418
24

458
437
21

Full-time and part-time employees .

Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries
Farms
Agricultural services, forestry, and fisheries .
Mining
Metal mining
Anthracite mining
Bituminous and other soft coal mining
Crude petroleum and natural gas
Nonmetallic mining and quarrying
Contract construction
Manufacturing
Durable goods
Lumber and basic timber 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
Electric and electronic equipment
Motor vehicles and equipment
Other transportation equipment .
Miscellaneous manufacturing, including
instruments and miscellaneous plastic
products.
Nondurable goods....
Food and kindred products .
Tobacco manufactures
Textile milt products
Apparel and other textile products
Paper and allied products
Printing and publishing
Chemicals and allied products
Petroleum and coal products
Rubber products
Leather and leather products
Transportation and public utilities ....
Transportation
Railroad transportation
Local and interurban passenger transit.
Trucking and warehousing
Water transportation
Transportation by air .
Pipelines, except natural gas
Transportation services

Wholesale trade

52

1,757

1,693

1,530

1,380

1,377

1,492

1307

Retail trade and automobile services

53
54

4,684

4,469

4,148

3,688

3,699

4,075

4,200

1,612
4,543

4,904

1*520

1,491

1,423

1,358

1,309

1332

1,352

1,401

1,445

Banking
Security and commodity brokers, and services ,
Credit agencies (other than banks) and holding
and other investment companies.
Insurance carriers ..
Insurance agents and brokers, and services ....
Real estate

55
56
57

387
156
153

377
126
151

347
107
143

313
97
135

281
109
128

286
101
126

279
89
129

278
103
135

287
101
138

58
59
60

367
145
312

376
148
313

369
144
313

372
136
347

376
138
371

392
139
388

61
62
63
64

5,677
398
661
24

5,472
384
649
22

5,049
344
607
18

348
136
307
4,374
281
553
14

355
137
327

Services
Hotels and other lodging places .
Personal services
Commercial and trade schools and employment
agencies.
Business services
Miscellaneous repair services
Motion pictures
Amusement and recreation services
Health services
Legal services
Educational services, n.e.c
Membership organizations
Miscellaneous professional services .
Private households

363
142
308
4,534
296
564
15

4,766
331
590
15

4336
346
618
17

5267
370
658
20

5,538
397
694
22

65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74

189
76
158
313
429
98
224
453
2,619
35

185
74
160
290
434
103
228
460
2,446
37

164
73
156
261
419
108
232
450
2,188
29

169
72
135
205
399
109
233
442
1,874
21

207
72
147
193
403
109
234
438
2,004
23

207
72
159
190
420
113
240
434
2,095
25

241
72
178
205
455
114
244
441
2240
29

246
73
193
224
491
118
251
424
2,374
31

75

3,664

3,834

4,188

4,428

176
72
133
183
390
110
233
432
1,776
21
5,954

6373

7,205

8,106

7249

76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87

981
644
267
377

1,034
695
310
385

1,019
683
296
387

1,006
673
290
383

337
2,683
2,562
1,120
1,442
121

339
2,800
2,673
1,150
1,503
20
127

336
3,169
3,039
1,160
1.580
299
130

333
3,422
3,304
1.148
1,564
592
118

1,470
1.135
294
370
471
335
4,484
4,370
1.122
1.524
1,724
114

2227
1,868
357
371
1,140
359
4.646
4,526
1.122
1570
1,834
120

2209
1335
449
396
990
374
4,996
4,870
1.152
1,621
2,097
126

4.993
4,612
521
438
3653
'381
3,113
2,978
1.174
1.713
91
135

4,085
3,698
517
474
2,707
387
3,164
3.024
1206
1.762
56
140

0

0

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

Finance, insurance, and real estate .

Government
Federal
General government
Civilian, except work relief .
Military1
Work relief .
Government enterprises .
State and local
General government
Public education ,
Nonschool. except work relief.,
Work relief .
Government enterprises .
Rest of the world




88

1,770

Table 6.4A.—Full-Time and Part-Time Employees by Industry: 1929-4&-Continued
[Thousands!
Line
Full-time and part-time employees .
Domestic industries
Private industries
Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries
Farms
Agricultural services, forestry, and fisheries .
Mining
Metal mining
Anthracite mining .
Bituminous and other soft coal mining
Crude petroleum and natural gas
Nonmetallic mining and quarrying

1939

1940

1941

1942

39,693

41,497

45,848

50,282

56,058

57,284

55,612

49,710

50,008

51,407

41,495

45,845

50,277

56,079

57,339

55,678

49,757

50,013

51,400
43,431

3

31,612

33,518

37,210

39,728

40,723

39,749

38,183

40,379

42,458

4

2,859

2,809

2,779

2,692

2,563

2,372

2,259

2543

2,427

2498

5
6

2,727
132

2,679
130

2.652
127

2,555
137

2.436
127

2,231
141

2,119
140

2,189
154

2267
160

2,337
161

7

832

927

975

985

917

879

829

871

933

981

8
9
10
11
12

103
88
381
187
73

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
206
73

88
82
391
221
89

98
80
429
231
95

100
533
3

1,219

1,285

1,774

14

9,967

10,$$2

13,137

15

4,609

5,367

6,999

16
17
18
19

431
384
343
1,155

500
406
369
1,331

609
460
433
1,641

20
21
22
23
24
25

284
661
398
467
186
300

328
792
455
543
301
342

26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36

5.358
1,175
107
1,215
903
314
577
414
135
146
372

37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45

Communication
Telephone and telegraph
Radio and television broadcasting
Electric, gas, and sanitary services
Utilities: electric and gas
Local utilities and public services, n.e.c

1,566

1,110

1,135

1,739

2,062

2,278

17,050

15,186

14493

15,205

15,276

8,846

10,924

10.722

8,933

7,742

8.330

8.309

633
444
436
1.960

585
421
413
2,460

559
406
386
2.424

524
402
381
2,072

578
486
474
1,670

658
552
503
1562

1228
J

410
1,087
607
655
675
422

461
1.363
757
575
1,749
468

508
1,457
960
325
3271
524

492
1.405
1,037
341
3.175
497

457
1.331
925
308
2.044
489

498
1,393
847
667
593
536

482
1548
928
749
512
536

1.560
887
766
J

5,515
1,223
104
1,223
918
336
568
469
151
156
367

6,138
1,303
103
1,383
1,043
378
581
580
168
189
410

6.438
1,385
96
1,388
1,079
380
555
780
183
189
403

6,478
1,405
102
1.321
1,073
393
550
849
186
224
375

6253
1,431
102
1,163
1,021
394
569
776
207
234
356

6,751
1,500
104
1,313
1,117
449
668
705
219
265
411

6575
1,529
100
1,327
1,128
464
705
722
224
270
406

6,967
1,527
99
1,366
1.175
470
720
723
230
254
403

2,943
2,073
1,114
277
347
148
15
22
150

3,064
2,164
1,160
272
385
150
19
23
155

3,311
2,357
1.285
273
451
151
24
24
149

3,458
2,512
1.429
296
477
112
34
25
139

3,652
2,741
1,534
335
474
146
46
25
181

6,328
1,441
100
1217
1,049
390
550
790
197
239
355
3,822
2,932
1,616
348
469
216
47
26
210

3,926
3,012
1,628
357
477
260
53
25
212

4,113
3,009
1,564
406
528
210
82
27
192

4,173
2,994
1.543
410
553
170
82
28
208

4212
2,941
1,503
368
578
166
79
30
197

46
47
48

425
402
23

435
410
25

478
450
28

503
474
29

520
490
30

519
486
33

536
500
36

653
613
40

687
642
45

743
692
51

49
50
51

445
423
22

476
454
22

443
422
21

391
373
18

371
353
18

378
359
19

451
429
22

492
469
23

528

2,014

1,916

1,808
5,570

1,828

1,927

2266

2,480

2,573

5,623
1,531

5,529

5,717

6,769

7,061

7223

Wholesale trade

52

1,833

Retail trade and automobile services .

53

4,992

5,321

Banking ,
Security and commodity brokers, and services .
Credit agencies (other than banks) and holding
and other investment companies.
Insurance carriers
Insurance agents and brokers, and services .
Real estate
Services .
Hotels and other lodging places
Personal services
Commercial and trade schools and employment
agencies.
Business services
Miscellaneous repair services
Motion pictures
Amusement and recreation services .
Health services
Legal services ....
Educational services, n.e.c
Membership organizations
Miscellaneous professional services .
Private households
Government
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 enterprises
Rest of the world

2,131
15J84

()

523
3,345

(J)
()

n

54

1,470

1,518

5,754
1,559

1,475

1*447

1,477

1,692

1,744

55
56
57

290
76
117

298
71
124

311
61
135

321
50
125

330
47
101

338
47
92

345
52
95

376
64
112

394
61
121

1511
409
58
129

58
59
60

423
144
420

435
143
447

437
145
453

415
142
440

401
138
431

413
142
430

484
172
484

524
177
467

559
184
472

61
62
63
64

5,497
405
642
21

5,813
416
709
19

445
144
463
5,907
433
769
28

6,108
433
802
48

5,770
440
808
60

5,712
448
779
43

5,727
445
795
25

6573
491
912
30

6,373
489
915
37

6579
480
903
I5)

65
66
67
68
69
70
7t
72
73
74

265
74
191
215
522
126
265
419
2.315
37

265
72
192
230
549
126
271
469
2,454
41

281
79
204
250
580
128
276
514
2.312
53

272
82
215
253
614
122
282
538
2,369
78

260
95
226
238
655
114
288
539
1,984
63

273
100
237
242
665
105
292
565
1,904
59

292
102
238
244
661
100
296
571
1592
66

354
130
253
289
701
114
313
648
1,756
82

380
139
253
291
767
116
337
665
1,891
93

401
134
249
304
832
113
437
705
1.888
133

75

8,080

7,977

8,635

10,549

15,356

17,590

17495

9,378

7555

7,969

76
77
78
79

4,652
4227
642
793
2792
425
3,325
3,164
1254
1,872
38
161

5281
4,829
944
1,693
2,192
452
3.354
3,182
1,319
1,846
17

12,155
11,611
2,497
9.029
85
544
3201
3.028
1,319
1,709

14258
13,722
2,420
11.302

5,902
5294
1,822
3.472

3,808
3268
1.436
1.832

4,007
3,437
1,428
2.009

520
3,185
3,019
1.319
1,700

536
3237
3,071
1,337
1,734

608
3.476
3,303
1,414
1.889

540
3,747
3.553
1517
2.036

570
3.962
3.732
1.579
£153

172

7252
6,765
1,702
4,154
909
487
3297
3,126
1,327
1,794
5
171

14,405
13,885
2520
11,365

81
82
83
84
85
86
87

4,754
4 342
560
566
3 216
412
3,326
3,183
1,267
1.877
39
143

173

166

166

173

194

230

88

1

2

3

5

-21

-55

-66

-47

-5

7

n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified.
1. Includes Coast Guard.
2. Included in anthracite mining (line 9).
3. Included in lumber and basic timber products (line 16).




()

251
97

17,402

465
443
22
1,899

Finance, insurance, and real estate ....

1948

39,692

13

Transportation and public utilities
Transportation .
Railroad transportation
Local and interurban passenger transit.
Trucking and warehousing
Water transportation
Transportation by air
Pipelines, except natural gas
Transportation services .

1947

1

Manufacturing

Nondurable goods
Food and kindred products
Tobacco manufactures
Textile mill products
Apparel and other textile products ,
Paper and allied products
Printing and publishing
Chemicals and allied prodxts
Pet/oleum and coal products
Rubber products
Leather and leather products

1946

1945

2

Contract construction
Durable goods
Lumber and basic timber 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
Electric and electronic equipment
Motor vehicles and equipment
Other transportation equipment
Miscellaneous manufacturing, including
instruments and miscellaneous plastic
products.

1944

1943

4. Included with iron and steel and their products, including ordnance (line 19).
5. Included with educational services. n.e.c. (I"0® 71).
NOTE.—Estimates in part A of this table are based on the 1942 Standard industrial Classification (SIC); and estimates in part B. including 1948. are based on the 1972 SIC.

Table 6.4B.—Full-Time and Part-Time Employees by Industry: 1943-58
[Thousands]
Line
FulMime and part-time employees .
Domestic Industries
Private industries.
Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries .
Farms .
Agricultural services, forestry, and fisheries .
Metal mining
Coal mining
Oil and gas extraction
Nonmetallic minerals, except fuels .

1956

1955

1954

1953

1951

1950

1949

1948

57,484

59,184

60,955

57,611

59,322

61,097

51*407

50,437

52,506

56,499

57,790

51,400

50,452

52,510

56,554

57,858

43,431

41,857

43,626

46,112

46,668

47,873

46,400

48,036

49,573

2,505

2,418

2,499

2,418

2,277

2,301

2233

2,141

2,337
168

2,252
166

2,329
170

2,236
182

2,338
2,152
186

2,099
178

2,123
178

2,056
177

1,959

993
100
533
263
97

923

926

939

876

798

804

843

94
475
257
97

96
470
261
99

102
442
288
107

101

105
251
332
116

112
263
345
123

916
103
398
306
109

59,011

107
343
314
112

268
318
111

182

Construction....

2,324

2,212

2,448

2,727

2,763

2,743

2,729

2,879

3,025

Manufacturing .

15,521

14,429

15,241

16,453

16,752

17,587

16,395

16,965

17,327

Durable goods
Lumber and wood products
Furniture and fixtures
Stone, clay, and glass products .
Primary metal industries
Fabricated metal products .
Machinery, except electrical
Electric and electronic equipment
Motor vehicles and equipment
Other transportation equipment
Instruments and related products
Miscellaneous manufacturing industries .

8,343
862
334
556
1,231
1.085
1,384
975
757
472
271
416

7,508
755
311
518
1,085
984
1,190
840
735
459
248
383

8,121
824
359
551
1,188
1,086
1,218
964
801
454
272
404

9,144
878
351
589
1,300
1,196
1,474
1,089
841
700
321
405

9,466
821
353
569
1232
1,223
1,553
1,175
785
1,006
351
398

10,144
795
361
581
1.315
1,331
1,577
1,309
909
1,154
383
429

9,194
730
334
554
1,172
1210
1.424
1,178
775
1.046
363
408

9,617
774
360
586
1,277
1275
1,452
1,225
888
1.001
368
411

370
601
1,312
1,300
1,566
1,300
798
1,067
393
418

Nondurable goods
Food and kindred products
Tobacco manufactures
Textile mill products
Apparel and other textile products
Paper and allied products
Printing and publishing
Chemicals and allied products
Petroleum and coal products
Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products
Leather and leather products

7,178
1.783
99
1.329
1,196
470
720
633
220
322
406

6,921
1,767
101
1,192
1,177
453
726
601
215
298
391

7,120
1,780
97
1,256
1,203
485
741
621
217
323
397

7,309
1,825
105
1,239
1,212
510
764
694
229
349
382

7286
1,823
105
1,163
1.227
504
776
717
234
352
385

7,443
1.829
105
1.159
1,256
533
802
757
239
375
388

7201
1,807
104
1,049
1,196
534
816
743
236
345
371

7.348
1,808
102
1,060
1,232
551
838
761
236
377
383

7,433
1,828

Transportation and public utilities
Transportation
Railroad transportation
Local and interurban passenger transit.
Trucking and warehousing
Water transportation
Transportation by air .
Pipelines, except natural gas .
Transportation services
Communications
Telephone and telegraph .
Radio and television
Electric, gas, and sanitary services .

1.(
1238
570
865
792
235
386
381

4,212

4,026

4,064

4,267

4,279

4,326

4,120

4,182

4290

2,941
1,503
391
578
271
89
30
79

2,742
1,349
378
574
250
87
29
75

2,789
1,373
361
629
239
87
27
73

2,949
1,433
359
687
266
96
28

2,925
1,383
355
706
259
110
29
83

2,928
1,360
348
740
251
117
28
84

2.718
1206
329
726
232
119
27
79

2,758
1,197
311
772
242
129
81

2,8(
1,184
305
812
251
149
26
81

743
692
51

742

727

759

788
723
65

820
750
70

821
745
76

837
758
79

887
805
82

26

595

528

542

548

559

Wholesale trade

2,731

2,653

2,670

2,817

2,870

2,901

2,875

2,930

3,054

Retail trade

6,585

6,552

6,727

7,123

7,270

7,403

7,336

7,547

7,812

Finance, Insurance, and real estate
Banking
Credit agencies other than banks
Seci/ity and commodity brokers
Insurance carriers
insurance agents, brokers, and service .
Real estate
Holding and other investment offices

1,776

1,805
415
119
59
581
131
487
13

1,883

1,970

2,044

2,125

2,199

2,406

424
133
63
604
138
509
12

455
143
67
627
149
516
13

483
155
69
654
156
512
15

509
166
69
692
162
512
15

527
176
72
717
167
523
17

2,302
547
193
83
738
172
551

Services .
Hotels and other lodging places .
Personal services
Business services .
Auto repair, services, and parking .
Miscellaneous repair services
Motion pictures..
Amusement and recreation services
Health services
Legal services
Educational services
Social services and membership organizations .
Social services
Membership organizations
Miscellaneous professional services
Private households

6.784

7,168

7,635

7,647

461
883
355
208
118
249
297
927
123
436
800

7,398
474
901
386
203
130
248
293
994
129
439
834

7,436

478
903
338
236
134
249
304
825
113
409
727

6,839
464
881
339
221
121
250
299
856
115
424
774

485
900
419

496
898
455
205
128
236
293
1,101
136
461

180
1,888

174
1,921

180
2,131

2,155

243
2,046

Government.
Federal.
General government .
Civilian
Military1
Government enterprises.,

7,969
4,007
3,437
1.428
2.009
570

8,595
4,462
3,857
1,448
2,409
605

8,884

4,603
4,016
1,468
2,548
587

10,442
6.131
5,519
1.817
3,702
612

State and local ,
General government
Education
Other
Government enterprises..

3,962
3.732
1,579
2,153
230

4,133
3,894
1,660
2.234
239

4,281
4.029
1.718
2.311
252

Rest of the *

409
113
61
559
122
499
13

-15

1. Includes Coast Guard.
NOTE.—Estimates in part A of this table are based on the 1942 Standard Industrial Classification (SIC); and estimates in part B, including 1948, are based on the 1972 SIC.




18

575
213
89
765
180
565
19
8,675

470
201
118
233
292
1,168
138
479
924

8,194
493
896
513
210
122
231
300
1236
140
506
978

2,070

262
. 1.985

284
2285

333
2,447

11,190
6.737
6,081
1,910
4,171
656

11,216
6.611
5.976
1,823
4.153
635

11,211
6,394
5,759
1,702
4,057
635

11,286
6234
5,601
1,711
3,890
633

11,524

4,311
4,051
1,768
2283
260

4,453
4,155
1,850
2,305
298

4,605
4,302
1,944
2,358
303

4,817
4,512
2,043
2.469
305

5.052
4,741
2,180
2.561
311

5.322
5,010
2,309
2,701
312

-55

-68

-78

-127

-138

-142

212

206
135
243
288
1.039
130
446
856

262

505
913
575
224
128
227
307
1,317
141
529
1,029

6202
5,563
1,738
3,825
639

Table 6.5A.—Full-Time Equivalent Employees by Industry: 1929-48
[Thousands]
Line
Full-time equivalent employees

1

1929

1930

1931

1932

1933

1934

1935

1936

1

35,338

33,249

30,186

26,746

27215

30,440

31,797

Domestic industries

2

35,338

33249

30,185

26,745

27214

30,439

31,796

Private Industries

3

32,134

29,909

26,763

23,361

23,321

25,687

26,742

1937

1938

34,933
34,932

36,193

34,499

36,192
30,634

34,498
28,314

2,557

2,445
2,330
115

4

2,952

2,770

2,698

2,512

2,466

2,482

2,501

28,758
2,579

5
6

2,825
127

2,648
122

2.402
110

2,378
108

2,376
106

2,389
112

2,475
104

Mining
Metal mining
Anthracite mining
Bituminous and other soft coal mining
Crude petroleum and natural gas
Nonmetallic mining and quarrying
Contract construction

7
8
9
10
11
12

932
107
144
452
148
81
1,366

1,198

672
50
104
358
105
55
907

693
50
92
373
124
54

13

993
124
151
471
159
88
1,484

2.576
122
813
79
128
418
118
70

840
71
99
443
165
62
866

897
92
98
457
180
70
1,104

Manufacturing

14

10,428

9,309

7,895

6,678

703
7204

822
60
106
431
163
62
806

2.427
130
955
119
98
470
192
76
1,082

8,364

8,904

9,645

10,591

9,131

15
16
17
18
19

5,238
604
437
397
1,217

4,457
469
371
345
1,092

3,497
303
321
277
857

2,724
225
261
204
687

2,893
270
279
212
749

3,587
320
289
262
917

3.941
360
329
281
996

4,460
415
364
317
1,147

5.130
459
398
356
1,317

4.085
398
342
310
1,026

20
21
22
23
24
25

325
764
519
540
150
285

269
671
430
403
147
260

222
509
332
352
105
219

175
373
242
299
80
178

182
392
251
300
71
187

220
505
319
433
101
221

249
577
338
464
105
242

277
664
385
492
137
262

313
791
461
580
171
284

256
626
353
363
141
270

26
27
26
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36

5,190
1,041
145
1262
772
284
615
397
128
176
370

4,852
1,020
133
1,095
722
277
617
377
125
142
344

4,398
914
120
1,025
672
250
548
329
105
120
315

3,954
841
108
907
593
226
481
291
97
110
300

4,311
939
102
1,081
632
244
449
321
99
124
320

4,777
1,085
112
1,139
699
280
492
369
115
141
345

4.963
1,106
108
1,196
768
289
510
379
121
134
352

5.461
1223
111
1263
843
325
604
431
132
154
375

5.046
1.166
108
1,092
807
301
578
383
131
127
353

Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries
Farms
Agricultural services, forestry, and fisheries

Durable goods
Lumber and basic timber products
Furniture and finished lumber products
Stone, clay, and glass products
Iron and steel and their products, induding
ordnance.
Nonferrous metals and their products
Machinery, except electrical
Electric and electronic equipment
Motor vehicles and equipment
Other transportation equipment
Miscellaneous manufacturing, including
instruments and miscellaneous plastic
products.
Nondurable goods
Food and kindred products
Tobacco manufactures
Textile mill products
Apparel and other textile products
Paper and allied products
Printing and publishing
Chemicals and allied products
Petroleum and coal products
Rubber products
Leather and leather products

859
95
89
416
192
67
1,055

37

3,904

3,663

3210

2,762

2,625

2,709

2,736

5,185
1,157
109
1218
829
300
554
393
124
142
359
2,896

3,057

2,759

Transportation
Railroad transportation
Local and interurban passenger transit
Trucking and warehousing
Water transportation
Transportation by air
Pipelines, except natural gas
Transportation services
Communication
Telephone and telegraph
Radio and television broadcasting

38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45

2,873
1,845
410
252
167
2
25
172

2,632
1,659
387
249
159
4
24
150

2280
1,405
356
235
144
5
21
114

1,841
1,064
302
215
135
6
20
79

1,910
1,122
294
232
145
6
22
89

1533
1,113
294
254
148
8
23
93

2,046
1,194
298
268
142
10
25
109

2159
1251
301
289
151
12
26
129

1.897
1,061
280
270
134
13
23
116

46
47
48

538
534
4

530
524
6

467
459
8

1,934
1.155
323
218
130
6
17
85
421
412
9

391
383
8

390
379
11

408
393
15

440
422
18

418
400
18

Electric, gas, and sanitary services
Utilities: electric and gas
Local utilities and public services, n.e.c.

49
50
51

493
465
28

501
473
28

463
437
26

407
384
23

393
371
22

409
386
23

389
376
13
414
392
22

442
418
24

458
437
21

444
423
21

1,406
3,576

1,443

1,550

1,706

1,707

3,743

4,034

4,340

1242
284
83
106

1,261

1,305

1*346

4216
1,342

277
74
108

276
85
114

285
63
116

286
68
102

364
112
326
4,448
327
575
15

368
114
348

383
115
364

396
117
373

4,748
349
613
17

5,000
373
647
19

4,800
373
616
18

Transportation and public utilities

Wholesale trade

52

1,631

1,571

1,418

1,279

1,275

Retail trade and automobile services

53

4,215

3,980

3,656

3,217

3,197

Finance, Insurance, and real estate

54

1,415

1,390

1,328

1266

1,219

Banking
Security and commodity brokers, and services .
Credit agencies (other than banks) and holding
and other investment companies.
Insurance carriers
Insurance agents and brokers, and services ....
Real estate

55
56
57

385
128
130

375
103
128

345
88
120

311
80
114

281
89
108

58
59
60

358
120
294

368
122
294

361
119
295

355
117
289

341
112
288

Services
Hotels and other lodging places
Personal services
Commercial and trade schools and employment
agencies.
Business services
Miscellaneous repair services
Motion pictures
Amusement and recreation services
Health services
Legal services
Educational services, n.e.c
Membership organizations
Miscellaneous professional services
Private households

61
62
63
64

5,112
387
617
20

4,928
371
606
18

4,547
331
566
16

4,068
282
525
12

3,919
266
513
11

348
113
308
4280
313
549
12

65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74

157
59
142
253
429
90
224
351
35
2,346

153
58
143
235
434
94
228
358
37
2,193

137
57
140
205
419
99
232
354
29
1.962

141
56
122
156
399
100
233
341
21
1,680

147
56
119
135
390
101
233
335
21
1,592

172
56
135
147
403
100
234
339
23
1,797

172
56
148
150
420
104
240
338
25
1,878

201
57
164
164
455
105
244
342
29
2008

204
57
177
182
491
108
251
332
31
2,128

208
58
171
163
516
112
259
331
33
1,942

75

3204

3,340

3,422

3^84

3,893

4,752

5,054

6,174

5,558

6,184

76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87

847
548
267
281

893
593
310
283

874
576
296
280

861
564
290
274

299
2,357
2247
1,082
1,165
110

300
2.447
2,331
1,110
1217
4
116

298
2^48
2.431
1,120
1267
44
117

297
2523
2,419
1,109
1223
87
104

1237
937
294
270
373
300
2.656
2557
1,084
1,174
299
99

1,738
1,415
357
271
787
323
3,014
2,909
1,083
1223
603
105

1,799
1.463
449
286
728
336
3255
3,145
1,112
1268
765
110

3,514
3.171
521
316
2334
343
2,660
2.541
1.134
1.352
55
119

2.834
2,485
517
341
1,627
349
2,724
2.599
1,165
1.401
33
125

3,360
2,994
507
357
2130
366
2,824
2.698
1,196
1,496
6
126

0

0

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

Government
Federal
General government
Civilian, except work relief
Military2
Work relief
Government enterprises
State and local
General government
Public education
Nonschool, except work relief
Work relief
Government enterprises
Rest of the world

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88

Table 6.5A.—Full-Time Equivalent Employees by Industry: 1929-48—Continued
[Thousands]
Line
1

Full-time equivalent employees
Domestic industries
Private industries
Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries
Farms
Agricultural services, forestry, and fisheries .
Mining .
Metal mining ....
Anthracite mining .
Bituminous and other soft coal mining .
Crude petroleum and natural gas
Nonmetallic mining and quarrying
Contract construction
Manufacturing
Durable goods.
Lumber and basic timber 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
Electric and electronic equipment
Motor vehicles and equipment
Other transportation equipment
Miscellaneous manufacturing, including
instruments and miscellaneous plastic
products.
Nondurable goods
Food and kindred products
Tobacco manufactures .
Textile mill products
Apparel and other textile products .
Paper and allied products
Printing and publishing ...
Chemicals and allied products
Petroleum and coal products
Rubber products
Leather and leather products
Transportation and public utilities
Transportation
Railroad transportation
Local and interurban passenger transit .
Trucking and warehousing
Water transportation
Transportation by air
Pipelines, except natural gas
Transportation services
Communication
Telephone and telegraph .
Radio and television broadcasting
Electric, gas, and sanitaty services ....
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, and services .
Credit agencies (other than banks) and holding
and other investment companies.
Insurance carriers
Insurance agents and brokers, and services ....
Real estate
Services
Hotels and other lodging places
Personal services
Commercial and trade schools and employment
agencies.
Business services
Miscellaneous repair services
Motion pictures
Amusement and recreation services
Health services
Legal services
Z
!
Educational services, n.e.c
Membership organizations
Miscellaneous professional services
Private households
Government
Federal
General government ....
Civilian, except work relief .
Military2
Work relief
Government enterprises
State and local
General government
Public education .
Nonschool, except work relief..
Work relief
Government enterprises
Rest of the world

17,402
10,924
585
421
413
2,460

47,068
47,115
38,356
1,937
1,817
120
871
88
82
391
221
89
1,739
14,493
7,742
578
486
474
1,670

461
1,363
757
575
1,749
468

508
1,457
960
325
3271
524

492
1,405
1,037
341
3,175
497

457
1.331
925
308
2,044
489

1,393
847
667
593
536

6,478
1,405
102
1.321
1,073
393
550
849
186
224
375
3,540
2,631
1,534
332
395
139
46
25
160
518
490
28
391
373
18
1,752
4526
1,389
328
38

6,328
1,441
100
1217
1,049
390
550
790
197
239
355
3,704
2,817
1,616
345
390
205
47
26
188
516
486
30
371
353
18
1,771
4,896
1564
336
39
78

6,253
1.431
102
1,163
1.021
394
569
776
207
234
356
3,805
2.894
1,628
354
398
247
53
25
189
533
500
33
378
359
19
1,868
5,070
1,393
343
42
81

6,751
1,500
104
1,313
1,117
449
668
705
219
265
411
3,986
2,886
1,564
402
440
200

1,952
5,075
1,462
309
50
113

6,438
1,385
96
1,388
1,079
380
555
780
183
189
403
3554
2,410
1,429
294
397
107
34
25
124
501
474
27
443
422
21
1,857
4,966
1439
319
41
105

2,215
6,011
1,594
374
53
94

464
705
722
224
270
406
4,042
2,867
1543
406
461
162
82
28
185
683
642
41
492
469
23
2,403
6,280
1,641
392
49
102

425
118
420
5,274
388
661
16

435
120
435
5547
404
718
24

428
121
425
5,518
404
750
40

406
118
413
5226
412
756
50

392
115
404
5,165
420
731
35

404
118
405

475
143
455
5,510
462
857
25

513
146
439
5,791
461
863
31

225
57
174
186
549
116
271
390
41
2,200
6510
3.412
3.023
642
592
1,789

241
64
184
202
580
117
276
427
53
2,057
7541
4,419
3,988
944
1,680
1,364
431
2,922
2,764
1.249
1,509
6
158
3

236

229
78
204
193
655
104
288
455
63
1,739
14568
12,078
11,573
2,497
9,029
47
505
2.790
2.635
1,227
1.408

243
81
214
196
665
95
292
479
59
1,655
17,137
14,366
13,885
2,520
11,365

1,632
17,012
14,217
13.722
2.420
11,302

324
107
228
233
701
103
313
572
82
1,503
8,759
5,770
5,195
1,758
3,437

351
116
229
235
767
104
337
599
93
1,605
6,762
3,528
3,018
1,386
1,632

481
2.771
2.622
1216
1,406

495
2,795
2.647
1.224
1,423

575
2,989
2,832
1276
1.556

510
3234
3.057
1,364
1.693

157
-47

177

42,575
42,572
35,231
2,300

47,538
47,533
37,760

2,201
99
975
131
92
452
204
96
1,774
13,137
6,999
609
460
433
1.641

2,121
105
985
132
89
480
183
101
2,131
15,284
8,846
633
444
436
1,960

284
661
398
467
186
300

328
792
455
543
301
342

410
1,087
607
655
675
422

5,358
1.175
107
1,215
903
314
577
414
135
146
372
2558
1,990
1,114
276
290
140
15
22
133
423
402
21
445
423
22
1,776
4,389
1,376
288
62

5,515
1223
104
1,223
918
336
568
469
151
156
367
2570
2,072
1,160
270
321
142
19
23
137
433
410
23
465
443
22
1540
4,686
1,422
296
58
105

6,138
1.303
103
1,383
1,043
378
581
580

414
119
395
4,957
377
597
17
220
58
172
173
522

116

for all employees to the average weekly hours per employee on full-time schedules.
2. Includes Coast Guard.

1947

53282
53,348
36,336
1,869
1,759
110
829
89
73
388
206
73
1,135
15,186
8,933
524
402
381
2,072

37,924
37,922
31,612
2,326
2224
102
927
118
91
439
196
83
1,285
10582
5.367
500
406
369
1,331

265
328
37
2.075
6,172
3,312
2,937
560
381
1,996
375
2,860
2.732
1224
1,497
11
128
1

1946

1945

54,982
55,037
37,900
1,961
1,852
109
879
107
80
415
198
79
1,110
17,050
10,722
559
406
386
2,424

35,915
35,914
29,742
2,368
2,264
104
832
103
88
381
187
73
1,219
9,967
4,609
431
384
343
1,155

389
2,898
2,752
1235
1,506
11
146

410
3,209
2257
1,285
271
376
144
24
24
133
476
450
26
476
454

22

n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified.
1. Full-time equivalent employees equals the number of employees on full-time schedules plus the number of
employees on part-time schedules converted to a full-time basis. The number of full-time equivalent employees in
each industry is the product of the total number of employees and the ratio of average weekly hours per employee




1944

1943

1939

2226

66
193
204
614
111
282
448
78
2,092
9,773
6,906
6,457
1,702
4,154
601
449
2,867
2,714
1245
1,467
2
153

53,686
53,707
38539
2,121
2,022
99
917
132
84
434
177
90

1566

5,181
417
746
21
264
84
215
197
661
90
295
493

66

155

149

148

-21

-55

-56

82
27
171
649
613
36
451
429

22

47,121
47,126
40,364
2,007
1,882
125
933
98
80
429
231
95

2,062
15,205
8,330
658
552
503
1,862
482
1,548
928
749
512
536

6575
1,529
100
1,327

1,128

-5

3. Included in anthracite mining (line 9).
4. Included in lumber and basic timber products (line 16).
5. Included with iron and steel and their products, including ordnance (line 19).
6. Included with educational services, n.e.c. (line 71).
,c.rv
NOTE.—Estimates in part A of this table are based on the 1942 Standard Industrial Classification (WWmates in part B. including 1948. are based on the 1972 SIC

Table 6.5B.—Full-Time Equivalent Employees by Industry: 1948-58
[Thousands]
Line
1

Full-time equivalent employees

1949

1948

1950

1951

1952

1954

1953

1955

1957

1956

1958

1

48,097

46,840

48,600

52,612

53,752

54,694

52,868

54,079

55,399

55325

Domestic Industries

2

48,090

46,855

48,604

52,667

53,820

54,772

52,995

54,217

55,541

55,958

54,154

Private industries

3

41,278

39,577

41,099

43,325

43,698

44,677

43,054

44,381

45,605

45,822

43370

Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries
Farms
Agricultural services, forestry, and fisheries .

4
5
6

2,072

2,000

2,067

1,999

1,933

1,847

1,769

1,747

1,780

1,869
131

1,933
134

1,856
143

1,786
147

1,882
1.742
140

1,902

1,940
132

1,762
140

1,707
140

1,626
143

1,604
143

1,639
141

Mining
Metal mining
Coal mining
Oil and gas extraction
Nonmetallic minerals, except fuels

7
8
9
10
11

993

923

924

937

914

872

794

798

837

833

742

100
533
263
97

94
475
257
97

96
469
260
99

102
441
287
107

103
397
305
109

107
342
312
111

101
267
316
110

105
249
329
115

112
261

113
255
344
121

92
215
318
117

Construction

12

2,321

2,194

2,411

2,668

2,683

2,643

2,611

2,734

2,853

2301

2,705

Manufacturing

13

15,521

14,368

15,110

16252

16,482

17,241

15,999

16,490

16,774

16,745

15291

Durable goods
Lumber and wood products
Furniture and fixtures
Stone, clay, and glass products
Primary metal industries
Fabricated metal products
Machinery, except electrical
Electric and electronic equipment
Motor vehicles and equipment
Other transportation equipment
Instruments and related products
Miscellaneous manufacturing industries .

14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25

8,343
862
334
556
1,231
1,085
1,384
975
757
472
271
416

7,494
752
310
517
1,084
983
1,189
839
733
458
248
381

8.087
817
357
549
1,185
1,083
1,215
961
797
452
271
400

9.090
866
348
586
1.295
1,191
1,468
1,085
635
696
320
400

9,391
807
349
565
1225
1215
1,545
1,169
778
998
349
391

10.047
778
356
576
1.306
1,321
1,567
1.300
899
1.143
381
420

9.088
710
329
548
1.164
1,199
1,413
1.169
765
1.034
360
397

9.487
750
354
578
1266
1261
1.439

9,741
742

874
987
365
399

1,550
1286
784
1.051
388
403

9,731
669
361
582
1294
1298
1,555
1,309
755
1,122
401
385

8.588
623
337
547
1,082
1.146
1.328
1.185
596
1.009
375
360

Nondurable goods
Food and kindred products
Tobacco manufactures
Textile mill products
Apparel and other textile products
Paper and allied products
Printing and publishing
Chemicals and allied products
Petroleum and coal products
Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products
Leather and leather products

26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36

7,178
1,783
99
1,329
1,196
470
720
633
220
322
406

6,874
1,753
101
1,186
1,167
451
717
599
214
297
389

7,023
1.751
96
1,243
1.183
482
723
617
216
320
392

7.162
1.781
104
1220
1,182
504
737
687
227
345
375

7,091
1,765
103
1,139
1,187
497
739
708
231
346
376

7,194
1.756
103
1,130
1205
523
754
746
235
366
376

6.911
1,720
101
1,017
1,138
522
758
729
232
337
357

7,003
1,707
99
1,022
1,162
537
768
745
231
365
367

7,033
1,711
95
997
1.157
554
782
773
229
373
362

7,014
1,704
92
954
1,145
555
803
793
232
377
359

6,703
1.639
90
886
1,086
542
791
758
219
351
341

Transportation and public utilities

1214

342

122

362
592
1,300
1283

54326

37

4,121

3,939

3,972

4,170

4,182

4228

4,025

4,087

4,195

4,182

3,908

Transportation
Railroad transportation
Local and interurban passenger transit .
Trucking and warehousing
Water transportation
Transportation by air .
Pipelines, except natural gas .
Transportation services

38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45

2,854
1,503
388
515
254
89
30
75

2,662
1,349
373
518
235
87
29
71

2,710
1,373
354
575
225
86
27
70

2.868
1.432
350
635
251
95
28
77

2.849
1,382
344
661
245
108
29
80

2.856
1.359
335
701
238
114
28
81

2,654
1205
314
695
221
116
27
76

2.699
1.196
295
748
231
125
26
78

2.755
1,183
288
796
240
144
26
78

2.717
1,117
287
802
249
160
26
76

2.481
952
273
781
218
160
25
72

Communications .
Telephone and telegraph
Radio and television
Electric, gas, and sanitary services .

46
47
48
49

739
692
47
528

736
686
50
541

717
664
53
545

747
689
58
555

773
713
60
560

801
737
64
571

799
729
70
572

811
739
72
577

857
782
75
583

876
798
78
589

826
747
79
601

Wholesale trade

50

2,586

2,528

2,559

2,715

2,784

2,830

2321

2,891

3,031

3341

3,017

Retail trade

51

5,852

5,805

5,942

6275

6,384

6,482

6,405

6,570

6,781

6311

6,698

Finance, Insurance, and real estate
Banking
Credit agencies other than banks
Security and commodity brokers
Insurance carriers
Insurance agents, brokers, and service .
Real estate .
Holding and other investment offices .

52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59

1,635

1,663

1,742

1,826

1,902

1,986

2360

2,163

2268

2,339

2377

406
100
53
495
106
463
12

410
107
51
519
115
449
12

418
121
56
546
123
467
11

447
131
60
572
135
469
12

472
143
63
603
143
464
14

496
155
64
645
150
462
14

511
166
67
675
157
468
16

529
184
78
702
163
490
17

554
205
85
734
173
499
18

20

596
214
91
800
188
469
19

Services .

60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75

6,177

6,157

6,372

6,483

6,434

6,513

6,437

6301

7,097

7323

7,452

451
855
306
223
126
221
240
825
102
409
669

434
826
307
208
114
218
235
846
104
416
708

428
818
322
196
111
213
233
905
112
421
728

438
825
350
191
122
208
230
958
117
417
757

444
815
379
194
126
200
225
939
118
416
773

451
805
411
193
120
190
229
1,035
124
422
805

440
787
426
189
110
184
228
1,084
126
430
829

442
783
464
198
114
179
233
1,132
128
446

449
788
521
211
119
172
238
1,191
128
456

875

916

459
792
572
219
125
165
240
1264
131
490
954

450
775
599
226
115
151
243
1,331
135
512
991

176
1,574

170
1,571

175
1,710

203
1.667

231
1,524

245
1,483

243
1,361

259
1348

301
1,607

323
1,589

310
1,614

76

6,812

7,278

7,505

9,342

10,122

10,095

9,941

9336

9,936

10,136

10,184

77
78
79
80
81

3 460
2922
1,378
1,544
538

3.684
3.114
1,397
1,717
570

3.783
3230
1,417
1,813
553

5,535
4,957
1,753
3204
578

6.175
5,555
1,843
3.712
620

5.989
5.390
1,760
3.630
599

5.669
5.070
1,643
3.427
599

5,393
4,796
1.651
3,145
597

5270
4.667
1,678
2,989
603

5263
4.641
1,674
2,967
622

5,062
4.429
1.632
2,797
633

82
83
84
85
86

3,352
3,141
1,418
1,723
211

3.594
3,373
1,491
1,882
221

3,722
3,488
1,536
1,952
234

3,807
3,561
1581
1.980
246

3.947
3.663
1.655
2,008
284

4,106
3,814
1,732
2,082
292

4272

4,443

3,979
1,812
2,167
293

4,143
1515
2228
300

4.666
4.364
2.021
2.343
302

4,873
4,568
2,128
2.440
305

5,122
4,802
2238
2,564
320

87

7

-15

-55

-68

-78

-127

-138

-142

-133

-128

Hotels and other lodging places
Personal services
Business services
Auto repair, services, and parking ....
Miscellaneous repair services
Motion pictures
Amusement and recreation services .
Health services
Legal services .
Educational services
!,..
!!!!!!!!!!!!!.!!!,..
Social services and membership organizations .
Social services
Membership organizations
Miscellaneous professional services
Private households
Government
Federal
General government .
Civilian
Military 2

Government enterprises..
State and local
General government
Education
Other.
Government enterprises"!!!!!!.'""
Rest ol the world

-4

1. Full-time equivalent employees equals the number of employees on full-time schedules plus the number of
employees on pan-time schedules converted to a full-time basis. The number of full-time equivalent employees in
each industry is the product of the total number of employees and the ratio of average weekly hours per employee
•or all employees to average weekly hours per employee on full-time schedules.




586
212
85
778
180
478

2. indudes Coast Guard.
Note ...Estimates in part A of this table are based on the 1942 Standard Industrial Classification (SIC); and estimates in part B, including 1948, are based on the 1972 SIC.

Table 6.6A.—Wages and Salaries Per Full-Time Equivalent Employee by Industry: 1 9 2 W 8
[Dollars]
Line
Wages and salaries per full-time equivalent employee .
Domestic industries
Private industries
Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries
Farms
Agricultural services, forestry, and fisheries .
Mining
Metal mining
Anthracite mining
Bituminous and other soft coal mining
Crude petroleum and natural gas
Nonmetallic mining and quarrying
Contract construction
Manufacturing
Durable goods .
Lumber and basic timber 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
Electric and electronic equipment
Motor vehicles and equipment
Other transportation equipment
Miscellaneous manufacturing, including instruments and
miscellaneous plastic products.
Nondurable goods
Food and kindred products
Tobacco manufactures
Textile mill products
Apparel and other textile products
Paper and allied products
Printing and publishing
Chemicals and allied products
Petroleum and coal products
Rubber products
Leather and leather products
Transportation and public utilities
Transportation
Railroad transportation
Local and interurban passenger transit
Trucking and warehousing
Water transportation
Transportation by air
Pipelines, except natural gas
Transportation services
Communication
Telephone and telegraph
Radio and television broadcasting ....
Electric, gas. and sanitary services
Utilities: electric and gas
Local utilities and public services, n.e
Wholesale trade
Retail trade and automobile services ....
Finance, insurance, and real estate
Banking
Security and commodity brokers, and services
Credit agencies (other than banks) and holding and other
investment companies.
Insurance carriers ..
Insurance agents and brokers, and services
Real estate
Services
Hotels and other lodging places
Personal services
Commercial and trade schools and employment agencies.
Business services
Miscellaneous repair services
Motion pictures
Amusement and recreation services
Health services
Legal services
Educational services, n.e.c
Membership organizations
Miscellaneous professional services
Private households
Government
Federal
General government
Civilian, except work relief
Military1
Work relief
Government enterprises
State and local
General government
Public education
Nonschool, except work relief
Work relief
Government enterprises
Rest of the world




1932

1929

1933

1,390
1,390
1,372
464

1,297
1,297
1,266
377

1,141
1,141
1,092
299

1,067
1,067
1,023
278

460
893
1,526
1,613
1,728
1293
2.019
1,409
1,674
1,543
1,630
1,172
1,398
1,557
1,740
1,665
1,827
1.655
1.813
1,747
1,568

444
893
1.424
1,551
1,750
1,119
1.980
1.358
1,526

355
844
1,221
1,291
1.602
909
1.890
1,186
1,233
1,369

279
755
1,016
1,060
1,452
723
1,600
945
1,150

1.391
1,010
1,195
1,386
1,410
1,455
1,521
1.461
1.455
1,590
1,466

1,127
787
962
1.167
1,044
1,177
1,311
1.182
1234
1,462
1230

259
685
990
1,040
1,435
748
1,427
852
869
1,086
1,087
737
900
1.071
1,073
1,132
1,260

1.455
1,503
979
1,155
1,361
1.514
2,010
1,673
1,844
1.597
1,327

1.425
1.489
985
1.096
1,265
1,487

1,352
1,451
908
1,039

1,166
1,303
787
847
941
1208
1,740
1,419
1.619
1.191
970
1,393
1.373
1.461
1,328
1,179
1,038
2,346
1,691
1,224
1.363
1,335
2,740
1.516
1,542
1,081
1,672
1,173
1,652
1.817
2.925
1.632

1,086
1.204
725
829
900
1.143
1,599
1,312
1.505
1,137
950
1,339
1.334
1,439
1,219
1,172
1,059
2227
1,443
1.127
1274
1,245
2,510
1,427
1.453
1.021
1,477
1,066
1,555
1.726
2.742
1.574

1,800

1.677
1.464
906
854
816
889
1,364
1.653
1,286
1.891
1.185
810
1,168
1,189
1,442
1,619
460
1,326
1,302
1213
1,673
1,070
954
1,577
1,338
1,333
1,300
1.413
1,140
1.455

1,428
1,428
1,416
479

1.598
1,643
1,749
1,598
1,298
1,275
2,624
1,927
1,424
1,394
1,386
2,513
1.562
1,589
1,116
2,072
1,409
2,062
1,969
3.172
1,862

2.268
1.975
1.575
1,079
1.098
1,219
1,650
2274
1.814
2.169
1,273
925
1.378
1,312
1,712
2,314
731
1,548
1,673
1.547
1.933
1.181
1,903
1,504
1,499
1,445
1.549
1.600

1.488
1,556
1,156
1.310
1,525
1.640
1,554
1.748
1,658
1,571
1,728
1,535

2,011

1.647
1,904
1.563
1215
1,578
1.610
1.717
1,587
1269
1,214
2,424
1,802
1,427
1,423
1,410
2,624
1,575
1,603
1,124
2,039
1,384
1,973
1.909

1,162
1.404
1,943
1,608
1,810
1.392
1.152
1,539
1,549
1,661
1,500
1,230
1.153
2,381
1,794
1,377
1.456
1,436
2,732
1,572
1.600
1,122
1,934
1,324
1,858

1,881

907

3.097
1.828

3.011
1,767

2,226
1,877
1.446
1,066
1,097
1200
1.778
2.412
1.793
2,175
1268
933
1,394
1,329
1.698
2.027
676
1,551
1,632
1.492
1,768
1.191

2.127
1.748
1237
1,008
1,030
1,136
1,625
2,255
1,684
2,179
1244
919
1.333
1,323
1,653
1,897
584
1,544
1,673
1.549
1.895
1,182

1,581
979
918
908
996
1.500
1,844
1,464
1,959
1218
865
1.260
1,279
1.545
1,714
497
1,475
1.603
1.504
1.824
1,164

1,907
1,521
1,517
1,455
1,576
1,000
1,595

1,913
1,500
1,497
1,463
1,541
1,045
1,573

1.791
1,432
1.427
1.399
1.479
1.057
1,529

1.203
1,170
1,310
1,166

1935

1934

1936

1,108

1,155

1,201

1,108

1,155

1,201

1,076

1,129

1,184

303

344
324
759
1,154
1,239
1,414
957
1.558
968
1,027
1,216
1264
833
988
1,171
1295
1,277
1,425
1,364

368

286
679
1,108
1,133
1,500
900
1.472
903
942
1,153
1,171
791
948
1,088

1,166
1209
1,345

1282
1,314
1,317
1,195
1,139

1221
750
883
987
1.186
1,644
1,341
1,513
1,248
1.017
1,402
1.393
1,505
1,310
1207
1,055
2,201
1,521
1,180
1,364
1.338
2,198
1,484
1,510

1,061
1,550
1,102
1,601
1,768
2,807
1,660
1.716
1,575
981
857
863
905
1,417
1,709
1.339
1,844
1,190
801
1,160
1,175
1,440
1,609
473
1,283
1,263
1,178
1.717
1,070
971
1,635
1295
1,289
1.265
1,391
1,128
1.438

1.489
1.381
1244
1,178
1,253
778
926
1.016
1235
1,698
1.385
1,587
1.358
1.043
1.490
1.492
1.645
1,361
1264

1.080
2,195
1.575
1.269
1,401
1,378
2,089
1.565
1,589
1.116
1,640
1,139
1,632
1.830
2.770
1,759
1,745
1,679
1.021
873
878
915
1.400
1,884
1,429
1.892
1.193
829
1,163
1.162
1,435
1.600
485
1,291
1295
1,183
1.759
1,154
839
1.780
1290
1283
1293
1,425
1,034
1,473

351
788
1,263
1.380
1,408
1,103
1,594
1.100
1,178
1,287
1,376
911
1,074
1262
1.446
1.361
1,550
1.478
1,600
1,496
1,298
1,210
1290
817
952
1.013
1,313
1,702
1,455
1,629
1,472
1,045
1,565
1,582
1.724
1,433
1,328
1,373
2.243
1,609
1,275
1.451
1.420
2,223
1,588
1,615
1,135
1,652
1,159
1,713
1,891
2.941
1,8*
1,823
1,781
1,078
897
940
1,471
1,915
1.456
1,896
1232
851
1.200
1,180
1,465
1,759
506
1,279
1,186
1,112
1,896
1,152
931
1,869
1,402
1,397
1,329
1.457
1.345
1.487

Table 6.6A.—Wages and Salaries Per Full-Time Equivalent Employee by Industry: 192M8-Continued
[Dollars]
Line
Wages and salaries per full-time equivalent employee .
Domestic industries
Private industries
Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries
Farms..
Agricultural services, forestry, and fisheries .
Mining
Metal mining
Anthracite mining ,
Bituminous and other soft coal mining
Crude petroleum and natural gas
Nonmetallic mining and quarrying
Contract construction
Manufacturing
Durable goods .
Lumber and basic timber 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
Electric and electronic equipment
Motor vehicles and equipment
Other transportation equipment.,
Miscellaneous manufacturing, including instruments and
miscellaneous plastic products.
Nondurable goods
Food and kindred products
Tobacco manufactures
Textile mill products .
Apparel and other textile products
Paper and allied products
:
Printing and publishing
Chemicals and allied products
Petroleum and coal products
Rubber products
Leather and leather products
Transportation and public utilities
Transportation
Railroad transportation
Local and interurban passenger transit .
Trucking and warehousing
Water transportation
Transportation by air..
Pipelines, except natural gas .
Transportation services
Communication ....
Telephone and telegraph
Radio and television broadcasting .
Electric, gas, and sanitary services ....
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, and services
Credit agencies (other than banks) and holding and other
investment companies.
Insurance carriers..
Insurance agents and brokers, and services .
Real estate
Services ,
Hotels and other lodging places
Personal services .
Commercial and trade schools and employment agencies
Business services
Miscellaneous repair services
Motion pictures .
Amusement and recreation services .
Health services
Legal services
Educational services, n.e.c
Membership organizations
Miscellaneous professional services..
Private households
Government ,
Federal .
General government
Civilian, except work relief .
Military1
Work relief.,
Government enterprises .
State and local
General government
Public education.,
Nonschool, except work relief .
Work relief
Government enterprises
Rest of the world
n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified.
1. Includes Coast Guard.
2. Included in anthracite mining (line 9).
3. Included in lumber and basic timber products (line 16).




1939

1940

1941

1942

1943

1944

1945

1946

1

1,280

1,315

1,458

1,727

1,970

2,123

2205

2,380

2

1,280
1,269

1,315
1,309

1,458

1,727

2,122

2,204

1,751

487

2,212
1,220

5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14

436
981
1,367
1,515
1,409
1,197
1,684
1,178
1,268
1,363

463
1,010
1,388
1,610
1297
1,235
1,714
1217
1,330
1,432

2275
1,339
1,307
1,855

2,378
2,382

460

1,473
593
567
1,162

1,970
2,039

15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25

1,479
956
1,138
1,359
1,549
1,521
1,681
1,601
1,762
1,667
1,337

1,568
934
1,158
1,393
1,643
1,595
1,813
1,688
1,934
1,764
1,380

1,579
1,771
1,467
1.500
1.779
1.375
1,635
1,653
1,840
1,026
1,304
1,554
1,923
1,824
2,144
1,919
2243
2,160
1,540

26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37

1,263
1,372
916
960
1,025
1,414
1,718
1,611
1,852
1,548
1,038
1,714

1299
1,385
1,000
986
1,022
1,458
1,764
1,723
1,954
1,583
1,041
1,745

38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51

1,723
1.877
1,569
1,521
1,557
2,328
1,930
1,271

3
4

52
53
54
55
56
57

1,643
1,600
2,427
1,739
1,766
1,240
1,698
1,224

1,756
1,906
1,559
1,551
1,648
2239
1,928
1,365
1,661
1,610
2,554
1,772
1,795
1,286
1,754
1,236

1,729
1,969
2,806
2,102

1,725
1,963
2,845
2,114

1,826
1,882
1,144

799
769
1,410
1,796
2,045
1,753
1,715
1,940
1,634
2,191
2,023

1,031
1.002
1,616
2,162
2,333
2.119
2.115
2,299
1,911
2,503

1,189
1,743
2,499
2,458
2,525
2,535
2,601
2,089
2,602
2,517
2,774
1,564
1,892
2.174
2,781
2,724
2.975
2.578
3,103
3,188
2,320

2,292
1,205
1,514
1,771
2283
2,230
2,630
2287
2.880
2.695
1,882

2,349
2,619
1,446
1.743
2,024
2.637
2,581
2,857
2,466
2,978
2,982
2,176

1,440
1,472
1,117
1,159
1,159
1.646
1,852
1,893
2,113
1,778
1,237

1,654
1,650
1,240
1,385
1,331
1,850
1,971
2.131
2,410
2,116
1,447

1.895
1.878
1,431
1,556
1.595
2,076
2.156
2.386
2,806
2,478
1.659

1,850
1,885
2,030
1,664
1,630
1,854
2,258
2,099
1,579

1299
1,777
1,977
3,040
2,177

2,099
2,183
2,303
1.990
1,859
2.729
2,265
2280
1,782
1,766
1,715
2,667
2.016
2.040
1,544
2,177
1,395
1,885
2.069
3.073
2,352

2,386
2,493
2,585
2280
2,147
3,388
2,457
2,720
2,100
1,934
1.878
2,929
2,261
2,284
1,715
2,416
1,555
2,041
2,134
3,947
2.605

1,910
1,975
1,198

2.044
2,140
1,285

2224
2,331
1,412

1,132
1,097
1,196
2.175
2,072
2,152
2,124
1,328
1,036
1,324
1,344
1.482
2.654
706

1,347
1.269
1,384
2,520
2,332
2,641
2250
1,461
1,127
1.423
1,469
1,679
3,063
919

2380
2,513
1,550
1,538
1,455
1,570
2,714
2,584
2,901
2379
1,663
1,262
1,653
1,562
1,795
3.237
1,140

1,635

1,790

1,652
1.632
2226
1.485
965
1,949
1,592
1,574
1,512
1,628
1,000
1,908

1,808
1,792
2.628
1,565
1.064
2,168
1,713
1,687
1,608
1,756
2,142

1,685
1.633
2.581
1,847
1,870
1,344
1,943

58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74

952
958
1,034
1,529
1,886
1,603
1,971
1277
908
1,198
1234
1,546
1,973
544

1,838
1,890
1,145
953
997
1,042
1,625
1,889
1,579
1,948
1280
927
1224
1240
1,408
1,902
554

75

1,335

1,341

1,020
1,025
1,075
1,833
1,967
1,891
2,016
1292
955
1265
1,264
1,379
2,245
601
1,388

76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88

1214
1,137
1,843
1,134
939
1,819
1,476
1,471
1,403
1,530
909
1,578

1.205
1,125
1,894
1,025
883
1,820
1,502
1.497
1,435
1,552
909
1,610

1292
1239
1,970
1,113
889
1,777
1,534
1,522
1,462
1,574
1,000
1,734

2,621
2,551
2,685
2.629
2,762
2,205
2,600
2,517
2,732
1,618
1,988
2.249
2,792
2,735
2,930
2.584
2.968
3,175
2,401

1,428
1,294
1,950
2,719
2,636
2,890
2.724
2.819
2,371
2,537
2,517
2,615
1.813
2,187
2,380
2,696
2,717
2,862
2,615
2,814
2,971
2,442

1947
2,612
2,611
2,614
1,518
1,479
2,104
3,113
3,010
3.125
3.212
3.156
2,653
2,829
2,793
2.883
2.046
2.395
2.670
3.062
2,967
3.112
2.876
3.143
3,145
2,657

1948
2,818
2,817
2,821
1,594
1,541
2.408
3,387
3,340
3,388
0
3,586
2,918
3,126
3,038
3.159
2,396
J

()

2,924
3,297
4

()

3.433
3,158
3,381
0
n

2.683
2.668
1.950
2.338
2.327
2,901
3210
3,118
3,616
3,081
2.313
3,059

2.895
2,865
2,040
2,584
2.442
3,194
3,499
3,383
4,100
3,197
2.414

2.499
2,413
3,972
2,665
2,697
2,045

3.168
3211
3.020
3.063
3.747
3256
3,750
2,762
2.672
2.583
4.073
2.959
2.996
2217

3.428
3.607
3,109
3,140
4,248
3.658
4,100
2.601
2.669
2,776
4,234

3,021
2,141
2,570
2,650
5226
3213

3,322
2,368
2,740
2,862
4,714
3.412

3,661
2,530
3,010
3,025
4,760
3,443

2,490
2,661
1.642

2.655
2,923
1,864

3273
3.030
2,374

1,863
1,745
1,854
2.520
2.861
2.766
2,978
2,185
1.605
1,757
1,802
1,984
3,280
1,411

1,924

1,688
1,612
1.709
2,571
2.739
2,810
2,567
1.888
1,401
1,856
1,641
1,876
3258
1,313
2,052

2,363

2.811
3,103
2,052
1,996
1.902
1,978
2,903
3,023
2.974
3,031
2.345
1.821
1,971
2.113
2.077
3.495
1.463
2,590

1,943
1,929
2,677
1,763

2.069
2.057
2.646
1,931

2.491
2,490
2.904
2,279

2831
2,843
3,180
2,556

2,790
2,957
2.949
3,256
2,676

2.372
1,822
1,797
1,730
1,855

2,412
1.962
1.938
1,882
1,986

2,492
2117
2.093
2,025
2,149

2,763
2.327
2.300
2261
2,331

2,996
2,618
2,593
2.538
2,638

2,255

2,405

2.554

2,791

3.000

2,081
2.044
1,580
1,681
1,788
2254
2,376
2.608
3,046
2,699
1,831
2,576
2,679
2,714
2,458
2,374
3.624
2,766
3,038
2,314
2,110
2.035
3,333
2,439
2,467
1,855
2,600
1,709
2,191
2,256
4,179
2,808

2211
2,170
1,676
1,817
1.943
2,365
2,576
2,670
3,097
2,722
1,972
2,660
2,734
2.711
2,596
2.545
3.583
2.830
3,240
2,386
2,325
2246
3,515
2.566
2.596
1,951
2,751
1,879
2,347
2.408
5.266
2,914

2.404
2,385
1,779
2.056
2.192
2.535
2.862
2765
3,183
2,826
2,131
2,861
2,973
3.049
2.886
2.752
3.415
2.829
3259
2.550

3,297

3,189

2,074
2,026
2,087
n
3.285
2,825
2,964
2.475
1,825
2,196
2.009
2.207
3,752
1,500

4. Included with iron and steel and their products, including ordnance (line 19).
5. Included with educational services, n.e.c. (line 71).
NOTE.—Estimates in part A of this table are based on the 1942 Standard Industrial Classification (SIC); and estimates in part B, including 1948, are based on the 1972 SIC.

Table 6.6B.—Wages and Salaries Per Full-Time Equivalent Employee by Industry: 1948-58
[Dollars]
Line

1948

1949

1950

1951

1952

1953

1954

1955

2,818

2,876

3,030

3,261

3,453

3,638

3,731

3.923

4,134

4,298

Domestic industries .

2,817

2,874

3,028

3.258

3,449

3,633

3,723

3,914

4,125

4,289

Private industries .

2,821

2,877

3.030

3,286

3.484

3,686

3,772

3,957

4,173

4,343

1,595

1,563

1,656

1,697

1,688

1,734

1,811

1,501
2,450

1,568
2.797

1,594
2,959

1,564
3229

1,607
1,464
3,407

1,640

1,541
2,379

1,531
1.454
2.642

1,498
3,371

1,578
3,503

1,657
3,538

Mining .
Metal mining
Coal mining
Oil and gas extraction
Nonmetallic minerals, except fuels .

3,396
3,340
3,388
3,608
2,918

3215

3,889

4,374

4,721

4,127
3,762
4,115
3,579

4,067
4.592
3,718
4,426
3,835

5,033

3.436
2.922
3.751
3,010

3*465
3,625
3245
3,873
3283

4,402

4,953
4,061
4,622
4,081

4,703
3.959
4,753
4,191

5,057
4,470
4.924
4,374

5,375
4,858
5,187
4,664

5235
5,487
5,086
5,422
4,785

Construction....

3,125

3229

3,377

3,774

4,086

4,354

4,484

4,607

4,914

5,120

Manufacturing .

3,037

3,107

3,330

3,652

3,894

4,133

4,224

4,481

4,739

4,928

Durable goods .
Lumber and wood products .
Furniture and fixtures .
Stone, clay, and glass products .
Primary metal industries
Fabricated metal products .
Machinery, except electrical
Electric and electronic equipment
Motor vehicles and equipment
Other transportation equipment
Instruments and related products
Miscellaneous manufacturing industries .

3,163
2,256
2,772
2,932
3,404
3278
3,447
3,162
3,382
3,602
3.159
2,808

3,240
2,305
2,842
3,015
3.406
3,368
3.487
3271
3,623
3.607
3.302
2.856

3,483
2,517
3.031
3,253
3,695
3,611
3.777
3,404
4,041
3,752
3,561
3,020

3,862
2,723
3273
3,597
4,134
3.981
4265
3.745
4,267
4.259
3,928
3240

4,126
2.928
3,476
3.710
4,383
4265
4,507
3,996
4,681
4,466
4,178
3,404

4,383
3,046
3,612
3.981
4,704
4,489
4,751
4,190
5.034
4,744
4,394
3,560

4.452
3.163
3,702
4,120
4,631
4,565
4,787
4,306
5,174
4,882
4,517
3,640

4,737
3,352
3.890
4,382
5,177
4,786
5,015
4,530
5,572
5.167
4,740
3,789

4,993
3,522
4,044
4,620
5,468
5.071
5.365
4,783
5.591
5,510
5,028
4,015

5207
3,583
4,144
4,790
5,726
5294
5,520
5,005
5.864
5,719
5,277
4,195

Nondurable goods
Food and kindred products
Tobacco manufactures .
Textile mill products .
Apparel and other textile products ..
Paper and allied products
Printing and publishing
Chemicals and allied products
Petroleum and coal products
Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products
Leather and leather products

2,892
2,870
2.040
2,578
2,445
3.194
3.499
3,384
4,145
3214
2,416

2,961
2,970
2,119
2,570
2.407
3248
3.700
3,549
4294
3286
2.416

3,154
3.140
2,333
2,784
2,541
3,498
3,892
3,797
4,449
3,600
2,571

3,386
3.398
2,490
2,935
2,645
3,815
4,115
4,131
4,793
3,861
2,723

3,587
3,612
2,689
3,039
2,741
4,032
4,399
4,370
5,091
4,168
2.931

3,784
3,855
2,835
3,088
2,862
4,252
4,682
4,658
5,349
4,358
3.035

3.923
4,033
3.000
3,077
2,923
4,391
4,885
4,878
5,478
4,445
3,076

4,134
4,247
3,172
3,255
3,027
4,654
5,133
5,121
5,753
4,852
3229

4,387
4,506
3.463.
3.401
3226
4,895
5,430
5.475
6.153
4,965
3,423

4,540
4,648
3,663
3,440
3,293
5.067
5.568
5.725
6,427
5,199
3507

Wages and salaries per full-time equivalent
employee.

Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries
Farms
Agricultural services, forestry, and fisheries .

3,297

3,541

3,827

4,050

4250

4,384

4,582

4,822

5,070

Transportation
Railroad transportation
Local and interurban passenger transit.,
Trucking and warehousing
Water transportation
Transportation by air
Pipelines, except natural gas
Transportation services

3,428
3,607
3,101
3.140
3,465
3.584
4,100
2,920

3.512
3.703
3,164
3261
3,404
3,805
4,172
3,282

3,639
3.778
3,288
3,468
3,698
4,070
4,333
3.129

3,947
4,163
3,489
3.614
4,080
4,411
4,714
3,481

4,153
4,338
3,645
3,834
4,465
4,741
5,069
3,713

4,334
4.418
3,809
4,106
5.017
4.982
5286
3,827

4,436
4,544
3,914
4200
4,937
5,172
5,444
4,079

4,623
4,701
4,142
4,410
5,126
5,416
5,692
4,179

4,886
5,085
4,306
4.548
5,300
5.549
6,077
4,564

5.163
5,416
4,449
4,763
5.663
5.813
6.385
4.921

Communications .
Telephone and telegraph .
Radio and television

2,869
2.776
4.234

3,019
2,920
4,380

3.180
3,059

3,390
3,253
5,017

3,642
3,492
5,417

3,881
3,720
5,734

4,093
3,914
5,957

4,339
4,153
6,250

4,501
4298
6.613

4,675
4,471
6.756

Transportation and public utilities ..

Electric, gas, and sanitary services .

3,189

3,353

3,556

3,827

4,130

4,408

4,610

4,783

5.072

5,307

Wholesale trade

3,597

3,621

3,806

4,028

4,134

4,320

4*442

4,616

4,883

5,119

Retail trade

2509

2,596

2,711

2,785

2,891

3,035

3,136

3267

3,374

3,514

Finance, insurance, and real estate .
Banking.
Credit agencies other than banks
Security and commodity brokers
Insurance carriers
Insurance agents, brokers, and services .
Real estate
Holding and other investment offices

3,010
3,025
3200
4.679
3273
3245
2.365
5.500

3,095
3,166
3280
4,784
3,382
3243
2,359
5,583

3,262
3,347
3,314
5,607
3,505
3,341
2,527
5,818

3,418

3,708

3£74

4,005

4,168

4,314

3.481
3,481
5,700
3,675
3,474
2,659
5,750

3,552
3,636
3,650
5,429
3,831
3,573
2,741
5.929

3,776
3,787
5,516
3,981
3,767
2,887
6,071

3,912
3,952
6,672
4,059
3.917
3,056
5,813

4,045
4,060
7,013
4,120
4,018
3222
6,000

4226
4,137
6,612
4,292
4208
3,427
6,389

4,311
4.387
6.718
4.445
4,367
3,546
6250

2,085

2,156
2,124
2,163
3,528
2,553
2,789
3,028
2,557
1.935
2,308
2,062
2,384

2213
2,178
2246
3,730
2,658
2,721
3,089
2,605
2,045
2,411
2,135
2.495

2,368
2274
2,375
3.957
2,864
3,107
3,269
2,743
2,177
2,573
2,240
2,617

2554

2£58

3,115

2,399
2,526
4,145
3,000
3294
3.485
2,956
2,344
2,847
2,320
2,746

2,708
2,494
2,682
4297
3.181
3,458
3.626
3,127
2,486
3,032
2.419
2,914

2,844

2,035
2,080
3,435
2,520
2.825
2,964
2,475
1.824
2.196
1,978
2,209

2,602
2.817
4.453
3254
3,455
3.929
3,320
2,592
3206
2,535
3,055

2,706
2,957
4,586
3,318
3,623
4,330
3,498
2,727
3,438
2,646
3,126

2.813
3,129
4,791
3.445
3,992
4,587
3,651
2.789
3.789
2.866
3216

3249
2,948
3250
4,883
3,621
4,136
4,745
3,875
2,919
3.962
2.959
3.352

3,335
1.500

3,512
1,498

3,651
1502

4,054
1,588

1.707

4,747
1,805

4,885
1,874

5212
1,956

5.721
2,017

5,882
2,075

2,790

2,860

3,014

3,127

3296

3,400

3509

3,718

3,903

4,044

2,957
2,949
3256

3238
3220
3,632
2,897
3,345

3227
3,189
3,924
2,788
3,554

3,372
3.326
4202
2,891
3,789

3,456
3.410
4.411
2,927
3,865

3,531
3,485
4,507
2,997
3,921

3.816
3,774
4301
3,237
4,155

4,016
3.983
5,025
3,402
4,261

4,103
4,073
5203
3.439
4,324

2.786
2,758
2,794
2.729
3201

2,981
2,950
2,998
2,911
3,435

3,177
3,140
3,169
3,116
3,655

3,317
3281
3.314
3254
3,795

3,479
3,447
3,510
3,393
3,925

3.599
3564
3,608
3,526
4,087

3.775
3.747
3.827
3.679
4.179

3.980
3.958
4.085
3.848
4.308

Services
Hotels and other lodging places
Personal services
Business services
Auto repair, services, and parking
Miscellaneous repair services
Motion pictures .
Amusement and recreation services
Health services
Legal services
Educational services
Social services and membership organizations .
Social services
Membership organizations
Miscellaneous professional services .
Private households
Government .
Federal.
General government .
Civilian
Military'
Government enterprises..

2996

3,016
2,995
3,481
2.599
3.132

State and local .
General government .
Education
Other .
Government enterprises..

2,618
2,593
2,538
2,638
3.000

2,700
£670
2.671
2,668
3,158

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NOTf-HatiMlM in part A of this table are based on the 1942 Standard Industrial Classification (SIC); and estimates in p«t B. induing 1948, are based on the 1972 SIC.




Table 6.7A.—Self-Employed Persons by Industry: 1929-48
[Thousands]
Line
Self-employed persons

1

1929

1930

1932

1931

1933

1934

1935

1937

1936

1938

1

Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries
Agricultural services, forestry, and fisheries

10,320

10,311

10,352

10,350

10,371

10,493

10,645

10,567

10,495

10,338

2
3
4

5,675
5,566
109

5,671
5,566
105

5,773
5,663
110

5,858
5,760
98

5,952
5,857
95

6.041
5.954
87

6,150
6,051
99

5,965
5,871
94

5.810
5,691
119

5,621
5,511
110

Mining

5

24

24

26

29

31

35

36

37

38

38

Contract construction

6

822

817

785

737

680

654

648

659

655

631

Manufacturing
Durable goods
Nondurable goods

7
8
9

128
44
84

109
34
75

88
24
64

68
18
50

69
19
50

77
23
54

79
26
53

87
28
59

95
28
67

98
28
70
179

Transportation and public utilities

10

164

166

167

169

170

170

172

175

177

Wholesale trade

11

113

114

115

116

118

124

129

140

151

150

Retail trade and automobile services

12

1,862

1,859

1,851

1,841

1,841

1,855

1,865

1,915

1,965

2.002

Finance, insurance, and real estate

13

160

161

160

157

154

159

164

170

174

178

Services

14

1,372

1,390

1,387

1,375

1,356

1,378

1.402

1,419

1,429

1.441

Line
Self-employed persons

1

1939

1940

1942

1941

1943

1944

1945

1947

1946

1948

1

10,266

10,150

10,090

9,947

9,431

9,273

9,349

9,913

10,199

10211

Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries
Farms
Agricultural services, forestry, and fisheries

2
3
4

5.442
5.331
111

5263
5,153
110

5.186
5,078
108

5,115
5,003
112

5,033
4.928
105

4,970
4,853
117

4,897
4.760
117

4,776
4.649
127

4.650
4.518
132

4,545
4,410
135

Mining

5

38

38

40

36

32

26

26

30

35

38

Contract construction

6

645

656

675

728

606

536

565

812

945

984

Manufacturing
Durable goods
Nondurable goods

7
8
9

119
39
80

127
45
82

137
52
85

146
56
90

154
60
94

168
65
103

174
75
99

188
84
104

191
92
99

183
88
95

Transportation and public utilities

10

182

187

195

183

166

152

134

164

189

197

Wholesale trade

11

166

175

184

184

160

165

184

204

217

214
2,162

Retail trade and automobile services

12

2,051

2,082

2,051

1,950

1,722

1,702

1.792

1,962

2,096

Finance, insurance, and real estate

13

184

189

185

197

186

197

209

219

223

220

Services

14

1,439

1.433

1,437

1.408

1.372

1,357

1.368

1,558

1.653

1,668

1. Consists of active proprietors or partners who devote a majority of their working hours to their unincorporated
businesses.

NOTE.—Estimates in part A of this table are based on the 1942 Standard Industrial Classification (SIC); and est)*
mates in part B, including 1948, are based on the 1972 SIC.

Table 6.7B.—Self-Employed Persons by Industry: 1948-58
[Thousands]
Line
1

1949

1948

1

10,211

10,064

Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries
Farms
Agricultural services, forestry, and fisheries

2
3
4

4,553
4,410
143

4,440
4,302
138

Self-employed persons

1952

1951

1950

1954

1953

1957

1956

1955

1958

9,996

9,699

9,637

9,475

9,329

9,149

8,981

8,821

8,611

4,335
4.194
141

4,023
3,879
144

3.946
3,794
152

3.814
3,660
154

3,811
3,658
153

3,678
3,530
148

3,482
3.336
146

3.263
3,120
143

3.068
2,928
140

Mining

5

35

33

33

35

35

36

39

37

36

36

33

Construction

6

984

961

1,004

960

918

885

783

729

727

724

692

Manufacturing
Durable goods
Nondurable goods

7
8
9

440
248
192

409
233
176

398
230
168

413
246
167

422
254
168

411
253
158

379
231
148

362
222
140

347
213
134

332
204
128

315
195
120

Transportation and public utilities

10

197

196

200

207

208

210

201

196

194

195

191

Wholesale trade

11

253

255

259

265

272

273

271

273

276

277

278

Retail trade

12

1,999

2,034

2,029

2.027

2.025

2.001

1.974

2,023

2.039

2,056

2,077

Finance, insurance, and real estate

13

220

205

199

219

239

261

289

270

257

255

251

Services

14

1,530

1.531

1.539

1.550

1.572

1.584

1.582

1,581

1,623

1.683

1,706

1. Consists of active proprietors or partners who devote a majority of their working hours to their unincorporated
businesses.




NOTE.-Estimates in part A of this table are based on the 1942 Standard Industnal Classification (SIC); and estimates in part B, including 1948, are based on the 1972 SIC.

Table 6.8A.—Persons Engaged in Production by Industry: 1929-48
[Thousands]
Line

1934

1933

1932

1931

1930

1929

1935

1936

1937

1

45,658

43,560

40,538

37,096

37,586

40,933

42,442

45,500

46,688

Domestic industries

2

45,658

43,560

40,537

37,095

37,585

40,932

45,499

46,687

Private industries

3

42,454

40220

37,115

33,711

33,692

36,180

42,441
37,337

39,325

41,129

4

8,627

8,441

8,471

8,370

8,438

8,523

8,651

8,544

8,367

5
6

8,391
236

8214
227

8,239
232

8,162
208

8235
203

8,330
193

8,440
211

8,346
198

8,118
249

7

1,017

956

839

701

724

857

876

934

993

130
151
476
168
92

113
144
457
157
85

86
128
424
127
74

59
105
364
114
59

60
94
379
133
58

72
108
438
173
66

84
101
450
175
66

105
100
464
190
75

132
100
478
202
81

Persons engaged in production1

Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries
Farms
Agricultural services, forestry, and fisheries
Mining
Metal mining
Anthracite mining
Bituminous and other soft coal mining
Crude petroleum and natural gas
Nonmetaltic mining and quarrying

8
9
10
11
12

Contract construction

13

2,306

2,183

1,983

1,644

1,514

1,763

1,738

14

10,556

9,418

7,983

6,746

1,383
7,273

1,460

Manufacturing

8,441

8,983

9,732

10,686

15
16
17
18
19

5,282
620
442
402
1,219

4.491
480
375
349
1,094

3,521
309
324
280
859

2,742
229
264
206
687

2,912
274
282
214
750

3,610
326
292
264
919

3,967
367
333
283
998

4,488
423
368
320
1,149

5,158
467
402
359
1,319

20
21
22
23
24
25

330
769
519
541
150
290

273
676
430
403
147
264

225
513
332
352
105
222

178
376
242
299
80
181

184
396
251
300
71
190

223
509
319
433
101
224

252
581
338
464
105
246

280
668
385
492
137
266

316
795
461
580
171
288

26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36

5,274
1,078
147
1264
793
285
630
401
128
176
372

4,462
941
121
1,027
687
251
561
332
105
120
317

4,004
863
109
908
604
227
492
293
97
110
301

4,361
961
103
1,083
642
245
460
323
99
124
321

5,016
1,127
109
1,198
779
290
523
382
121
134
353

5,244
1,182
110
1220
841
301
568
396
124
142
360

5.528
1254
112
1265
855
326
619
434
132
154
377

Durable goods
Lumber and basic timber products
Furniture andfinishedlumber products
Stone, clay, and glass products
Iron and steel and their products, including
ordnance.
Nonferrous metals and their products
Machinery, except electrical
Electric and electronic equipment
Motor vehicles and equipment
Other transportation equipment
Miscellaneous manufacturing, including
instruments and miscellaneous plastic
products.

37

4,068

4,927
1,053
134
1,097
740
278
632
380
125
142
346
3,829

3,377

2,931

2,795

4,831
1,108
113
1,141
710
281
504
372
115
141
346
2,879

2,908

3,071

3234

Transportation
Railroad transportation
Local and interurban passenger transit..
Trucking and warehousing
Water transportation
Transportation by air
Pipelines, except natural gas
Transportation services

38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45

3,034
1,845
438
381
168
2
25
175

2,795
1,659
414
381
160
4
24
153

2,444
1,405
382
369
145
5
21
117

2,100
1,155
348
355
131
6
17
88

2,008
1,084
326
354
136
6
20
82

2.077
1,122
316
373
146
6
22
92

2,102
1,113
315
397
150
8
23
96

2218
1,194
319
414
144
10
25
112

2,333
1251
322
437
153
12
26
132

Communication ,
Telephone and telegraph
Radio and television broadcasting

46
47
48

539
535
4

531
525
6

468
460
8

422
413
9

392
384
8

391
380
11

390
377
13

409
394
15

441
423
18

Electric, gas, and sanitary services
Utilities: electric and gas
Local utilities and public services, n.e.c

49
50
51

495
465
30

503
473
30

465
437
28

409
384
25

395
371
24

411
386
25

416
392
24

444
418
26

460
437
23

Nondurable goods
Food and kindred products
Tobacco manufactures
Textile mill products
Apparel and other textile products
Paper and allied products
Printing and publishing
Chemicals and allied products
Petroleum and coal products
Rubber products
Leather and leather products
Transportation and public utilities

Wholesale trade

52

1,744

1,685

1,393

1,530

1,572

1,690

1,857

53

5,839

5,058

5,038

5,431

5,608

5,949

6,305

54

6,077
1,575

1,533
5,507

1,395

Retail trade and automobile services

1,551

1,488

1,423

1,373

1,401

1,425

1,475

1,520

55
56
57

386
143
137

376
118
135

346
103
127

312
95
121

282
104
115

285
98
113

278
89
115

277
100
121

286
98
123

58
59
60

358
183
368

368
186
368

361
182
369

355
179
361

341
171
360

348
172
385

364
171
408

368
174
435

383
175
455

Finance, insurance, and real estate .
Banking
Security and commodity brokers, and services .
Credit agencies (other than banks) and holding
and other investment companies.
Insurance carriers
Insurance agents and brokers, and services ....
Real estate
Services .
Hotels and other lodging places
Personal services
Commercial and trade schools and employment
agencies.
Business services
Miscellaneous repair services
Motion pictures
Amusement and recreation services .
Health services
Legal services .
Educational services, n.e.c
Membership organizations
Miscellaneous professional services .
Private households
Government
Federal
General government
Civilian, except work relief
Military2
Work relief .
Government enterprises
State and local
General government
Public education
Nonschool, except work relief.
Work relief
Government enterprises
Rest of the world




61

6,484

6,318

5,934

5,443

5,275

5,658

5350

6,167

6,429

62
63
64

518
1,008
24

504
996
22

465
941
20

417
886
15

403
860
14

453
910
15

469
950
18

494
994
20

520
1,034
22

65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74

209
264
153
295
750
194
287
351
83
2,348

207
281
153
277
749
202
291
358
85
2,193

192
299
147
248
725
212
292
354
77
1,962

198
315
128
200
691
214
289
341
69
1,680

204
312
124
180
679
217
286
335
69
1,592

231
309
141
193
695
216
287
339
72
1,797

233
311
155
197
711
223
293
338
74
1,878

265
311
171
212
750
225
297
342
78
2,008

269
311
184
230
785
230
304
332
80
2.128

75

3204

3,340

3,422

3,384

3393

4,752

5,054

6,174

76
77
78
79
60
81
82
83
84
85
86
87

847
548
267
281

893
593
310
283

874
576
296
280

861
564
290
274

299
2,357
2.247
1,082
1,165
110

300
2,447
2,331
1.110
1217
4
116

298
2,548
2,431
1,120
1267
44
117

297
2.523
i m
1,109
1223
87
104

1237
937
294
270
373
300
2,656
2,557
1,084
1,174
299
99

1,738
1,415
357
271
787
323
3,014
2,909
1.083
1223
603
105

1,799
1,463
449
286
I CO
336
3255
3,145
1,112
1,268
765
110

3,514
3,171
521
316
2 334
343
2,660
2,541
1.134
1.352
55
119

5358
2.834
2.485
517
341
1 627
349
2.724
2.599
1.165
1,401
33
125

0

0

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

88

Table 6.8A.—Persons Engaged in Production by Industry: 1929-48—Continued
(Thousands!
Line
Persons engaged in production 1

1939

1940

1

46,181

Domestic Industries

2

Private industries

3

1941

1942

1944

1943

1946

1945

1947

1948

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

62,631

56,981

57,320

52,662

57,480

63,138

64,310

62,697

57,028

57,325

58,301

41,762

45,321

47,707

48270

47,173

45,685

48269

50,563

51,489

7,810

7,589

7,486

7,341

7,154

6,931

6,766

6,713

6,657

6,610

5
6

7,595
215

7,377
212

7,279
207

7,124
217

6,950
204

6,705
226

6,539
227

6,466
247

6,400
257

6.350
260

870

965

1,015

1,021

949

905

855

901

968

1,019

8
9
10
11
12

Mining

64,255

48,072

40,008

7

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

52,665

46,180

4

Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries

48,074

116
90
389
197
78

131
93
447
206
88

144
94
461
216
100

141
91
487
197
105

138
85
439
193
94

111
81
419
213

93
74
392
220
76

93
83
397
235
93

103
82
437
246
100

106
546

57,485

63,117

81

58,308

(*)
265
102

Contract construction

13

1,864

1,941

2,449

2,859

2,172

1,646

1,700

2,551

3,007

3,262

Manufacturing

14

10,086

11,009

13274

15,430

17,556

17,218

15,360

14,681

15,396

15,459

15
16
17
18
19

4,648
441
389
347
1,159

5,412
511
412
373
1,335

7,051
620
468
437
1,646

8.902
644
451
441
1,965

10,984
597
429
418
2.465

10.787
571
415
391
2.430

9,008
537
411
387
2.079

7,826
596
496
483
1,678

8.422
684
562
513
1,870

8,397
1.263
0
533
3,372

20
21
22
23
24
25

288
666
399
468
186
305

333
798
456
544
302
348

415
1,096
608
656
676
429

467
1,375
758
576
1,750
475

515
1,469
961
326
3.273
531

500
1.418
1.038
342
3,177
505

466
1.346
927
309
2.046
500

507
1.407
849
668
595
547

491
1.562
930
750
513
547

n
1.573
889
767

26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36

5,438
1211
108
1217
920
315
595
417
135
146
374

5,597
1258
105
1,226
936
337
586
473
151
156
369

6223
1,341
103
1,386
1,062
379
599
584
168
189
412

6,528
1,424
97
1.392
1,099
381
573
785
183
189
405

6,572
1,442
103
1,325
1,097
395
567
854
186
225
378

6.431
1,479
101
1222
1.078
392
568
795
197
241
358

6,352
1.458
103
1.169
1.054
396
588
781
207
236
360

6.855
1334
105
1.318
1,149
450
689
710
219
266
415

6,974
1,561
101
1,331
1,157
465
728
726
224
271
410

7.062
1.558
100
1,370
1203
471
743
727
230
254
406

Durable goods
Lumber and basic timber 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
Electric and electronic equipment
Motor vehicles and equipment
Other transportation equipment
Miscellaneous manufacturing, including
instruments and miscellaneous plastic
products.
Nondurable goods
Food and kindred products
Tobacco manufactures
Textile mill products
Apparel and other textile products .
Paper and allied products
Printing and publishing
Chemicals and allied products
Petroleum and coal products
Rubber products .
Leather and leather products

0
n

37

3,040

3,157

3,404

3,537

3,706

3,856

3,939

4,150

4231

4,318

Transportation
Railroad transportation
Local and interurban passenger transit .
Trucking and warehousing
Water transportation
Transportation by air
Pipelines, except natural gas
Transportation services

38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45

2,169
1,114
296
444
142
15
22
136

2256
1,160
293
477
144
19
23
140

2,447
1,285
293
539
146
24
24
136

2.586
1,429
314
549
109
34
25
126

2.789
1,534
355
525
141
46
25
163

2.960
1.616
372
498
208
47
26
193

3,018
1.628
381
487
250
53
25
194

3,039
1,564
435
552
203
82
27
176

3,043
1,543
442
592
165
82
28
191

3,039
1,503
421
655
152
79
30
199

Communication .
Telephone and telegraph
Radio and television broadcasting

46
47
48

424
403
21

434
411
23

478
451
27

504
476
28

521
492
29

519
488
31

536
502
34

652
616
36

687
645
42

742
694
48

Electric, gas, and sanitary services
Utilities; electric and gas
Local utilities and public services, n.e.c

49
50
51

447
423
24

467
443
24

479
454
25

447
422
25

396
373
23

377
353
24

385
359
26

459
429
30

501
469
32

537

Transportation and public utilities

Wholesale trade

52

1,942

2,015

2,136

2,041

1,912

1,936

2,052

2,419

2,620

2,642

Retail trade and automobile services

53

6,440

6,763

7,126

6,916

6,648

6,598

6,862

7,973

8,376

8,639

Finance, insurance, and real estate

54

1,560

1,611

1,647

1,636

1,575

1,561

1,602

1,813

1,864

1,890

55
56
57

289
77
105

297
73
113

310
64
122

320
54
114

329
50
93

337
50
85

344
52
88

375
66
102

393
61
111

407
63
125

58
59
60

414
181
494

425
180
523

435
182
534

428
181
539

406
172
525

392
166
531

404
171
543

475
204
591

513
210
576

495
234
566

61

6,396

6,707

6,784

6,926

6,598

6,522

6,549

7,068

7,444

7,650

62
63
64

526
996
20

538
1,050
19

557
1,095
29

561
1,115
47

573
1.090
58

584
1.053
41

584
1,073
26

632
1,210
30

636
1243
36

636
1240

65
66
67
68
69
70

74

290
300
179
223
813
242
318
328
86
2,075

296
293
181
240
841
244
321
390
94
2200

314
320
191
256
861
245
326
427
106
2,057

310
328
200
255
878
228
333
448
131
2.092

305
378
211
234
894
211
340
455
110
1.739

320
394
221
232
895
200
344
479
104
1.655

343
399
222
232
892
195
346
493
112
1.632

418
504
236
275
983
210
364
572
131
1.503

455
535
237
284
1,071
212
387
599
144
1,605

480
525
231
291
1,141
210
492
647
183
1.574

Banking
Security and commodity brokers, and services .
Credit agencies (other than banks) and holding
and other investment companies.
Insurance carriers
Insurance agents and brokers, and services ....
Real estate
Services

;

Hotels and other lodging places
Personal services
Commercial and trade schools and employment
agencies.
Business services
Miscellaneous repair services
Motion pictures
Amusement and recreation services
Health services
Legal services
Educational services, n.e.c
Membership organizations
Miscellaneous professional services
Private households
Government
Federal
General government
Civilian, except work relief
Military2
Work relief
Government enterprises
State and local
General government
Public education
Nonschool, except work relief.
Work relief
Government enterprises
Rest ot the world

71
72
73

75

6,172

6,310

7,341

9,773

14,868

17,137

17,012

8,759

6,762

6312

76
77
78
79

3,312
2,937
560
381

6,906
6.457
1.702
4.154
601
449
2,867
2,714
1245
1,467
2

12.078
11.573
2.497
9,029
47
505
2.790
2,635
1227
1.408

14.217
13.722
2.420
11.302

5,770
5.195
1.758
3.437

3.528
3,018
1,356
1,632

3,460
2.922
1.378
1.544

375
2,860
2,732
1,224
1,497
11
128

4,419
3,988
944
1,680
1 364
'431
2,922
2,764
1.249
1,509
6

14,366
13.885
2.520
11,365

81
82
83
84
85
86
87

3,412
3,023
642
592
1 789
"389
2,898
2,752
1235
1,506
H

481
2,771
2.622
1216
1,406

495
2,795
2.647
1.224
1,423

575
2,989
2.832
1.276
1,556

510
3234
3,057
1,364
1,693

538
3.352
3.141
1.418
1.723

146

158

153

155

149

148

157

177

211

88

1

2

3

5

-21

-55

-66

-47

-5

7

n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified.
1. Equals the number of full-time equivalent employees (table 6.5) plus the number of self-employed persons
(table 6.7). Unpaid family workers are not included.
2. Includes Coast Guard.
3. Included in anthracite mining (line 9).




n

4. Included in lumber and base timber products (line 16).
5. Induded with iron and steel and their products, including ordnance (line 19).
6. Induded with educational services, n.e.c. (line 71).
NOTE.—Estimates in part A of this table are based on the 1942 Standard Industrial Classification (SIC); and estimates in part B. including 1948, are based on the 1972 SIC.

Table 6.8B.—Persons Engaged in Production by Industry: 1948-58
[Thousands]
Line

1949

1948

1954

1953

1952

1951

1950

1956

1955

1957

1

58,308

56,904

58,596

62,311

63,389

64,169

62,197

63,228

64,380

64,646

Domestic Industries

2

58,301

56,919

58,600

62,366

63,457

64,247

62,324

63,366

64,522

64,779

Private industries

3

51,489

49,641

51,095

53,024

53,335

54,152

52,383

53,530

54,586

54,643

Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries
Farms
Agricultural services, forestry, andfisheries.

4
5
6

6,625
6,350
275

6,440
6,171
269

6,402
6,127
275

6,022
5.735
287

5,879
5,580
299

5,696
5,402
294

5,713
5,420
293

5,237
288

5251
4,962
289

5,010
4,724
286

Mining .
Metal mining .
Coal mining ..
Oil and gas extraction .
Nonmetallic minerals, except fuels .

7
8
9
10
11

1,028
105
544
277
102

956
98
485
271
102

957
100
479
274
104

972
107
451
302
112

949
108
407
320
114

908
112
352
328
116

833
106
277
334
116

835
109
259
347
120

873
116
270
360
127

869
117
264
362
126

Construction

12

3,305

3,155

3,415

3,628

3,601

3,528

3,394

3,463

3,580

3,525

Manufacturing

13

15,961

14,777

15,508

16,665

16,904

17,652

16,378

16,852

17,121

17,077

Durable goods
Lumber and wood products .
Furniture and fixtures .
Stone, clay, and glass products
Primary metal industries
Fabricated metal products —
Machinery, except electrical
Electric and electronic equipment
Motor vehicles and equipment
Other transportation equipment .
Instruments and related products
Miscellaneous manufacturing industries .

14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25

8,591
964
359
576
1,234
1,104
1,432
977
758
473
273
441

7,727
847
333
536
1,087
1.001
1,234
841
734
459
250
405

8,317
911
379
567
1,188
1,101
1259
964
798
454
273
423

9,336
965
371
605
1299
1210
1,514
1,088
837
699
323
425

9,645
907
373
585
1229
1235
1,593
1,173
780
1,001
352
417

10,300
878
380
595
1,310
1,341
1,614
1,304
901
1,147
384
446

9,319
801
350
565
1,168
1218
1,456
1,173
767
1,038
362
421

9.709
837
373
594
1270
1,280
1,480
1219
876
991
367
422

9.954
824
380
608
1,304
1,301
1,589
1291
786
1,056
390
425

9,935
747
378
597
1,298
1,315
1,592
1,314
757
1,127
403
407

Nondurable goods
Food and kindred products
Tobacco manufactures
Textile mill f
Apparel and other textile products ..
Paper and allied products
Printing and publishing .
Chemicals and allied products
Petroleum and coal products .
Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products
Leather and leather products

26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36

7,370
1,840
100
1,333
1,233
471
804
637
220
323
409

7,050
1.805
102
1,190
uoo
452
794
603
214
298
392

7,191
1,800
97
1247
1215
483
796
621
216
321
395

7,329
1,829
105
1224
1214
505
810
691
227
346
378

7259
1,813
104
1,144
1219
498
812
712
231
347
379

7,352
1,800
104
1,135
1235
524
823
750
235
367
379

7,059
1,761
101
1,022
1,165
523
823
733
232
339
360

7,143
1,745
99
1,027
1,187
538
830
749
231
367
370

7,167
1,747
95
1,002
1,181
555
841
777
229
375
365

7,142
1,738
92
959
1,168
556
859
797
232
379
362

Persons engaged in production1

37

4,318

4,135

4,172

4,377

4,390

4,438

4226

4283

4,389

4,377

Transportation .
Railroad transportation
Local and interurban passenger transit
Trucking and warehousing
Water transportation .
Transportation by air
Pipelines, except natural gas
Transportation services

38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45

3,039
1,503
424
655
257
91
30
79

2,847
1,349
408
659
238
89
29
75

2,899
.1,373
389
720
228
88
27
74

3,063
1,432
385
785
255
97
28
81

3,046
1,382
380
811
249
111
29
84

3,054
1,359
372
851
242
117
28
85

2,841
1205
350
835
225
119
27
80

2,882
1,196
332
883
235
128
26
82

2,936
1.183
324
930
244
147
26
82

2,900
1,117
322
939
253
163
26
80

Communications „
Telephone and telegraph .
Radio and television

46
47
48

742
694
48

739
688
51

720
666
54

750
691
59

776
715
61

804
739
65

802
731
71

814
741
73

860
784
76

879
800
79

Electric, gas, and sanitary services .

49

537

549

553

564

568

580

583

587

593

598

50

2,839

2,783

2,818

2,980

3,056

3,103

3,092

3,164

3,307

3,318

Retail trade

51

7,851

7,839

7,971

8,302

8,409

8,483

8,379

8,593

8,820

8,867

Finance, insurance, and real estate .
Banking „
Credit agencies other than banks .
Security and commodity brokers ...
instance carriers .
Insurance agents, brokers, and service .
Real estate .
Holding and other investment offices

52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59

1,855
407
110
66
495
162
603
12

1368
411
117
64
519
171
574
12

1,941
419
131
69
546
181
584
11

2,045
448
142
74
572
197
600
12

2,141
473
155
78
603
212
606
14

2247
497
168
80
645
226
617
14

2,349
513
180
84
675
248
633
16

2,433
530
197
96
702
246
645
17

2525
555
217
105
734
250
646
18

2,594
587
223
106
778
257
623
20

Services .
Hotels and other lodging places .
Personal services
Business services .
Auto repair, services, and parking .
Miscellaneous repair services
Motion pictures..
Amusement and recreation services .
Health services
Legal services .
Educational services .
Social services and membership organizations ,
Social services
Membership organizations
Miscellaneous professional services .
Private households

60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75

7,707
634
1,243
382
340
266
230
292
1,132
217
462
678

7,688
605
1216
383
325
249
228
288
1,160
227
469
717

7,911
606
1209
395
312
248
224
283
1222
237
473
737

8,033
630
1210
422
305
264
219
276
1,272
242
470
766

8,006
645
1200
451
307
272
212
269
1,305
244
469
782

8,097
665
1,187
481
305
262
202
271
1,354
249
477
816

8,019
653
1,173
496
301
244
197
267
1,402
252
485
840

8,382
634
1,168
542
311
253
192
273
1,455
253
505
886

8,720
642
1.185
604
324
261
187
278
1,520
257
519
927

9,006
656
1,221
653
336
270
181
281
1,600
262
557

257
1,574

250
1.571

255
1,710

290
1,667

326
1,524

345
1,483

348
1,361

362
1,548

409
1,607

434
1,589

Transportation and public utilities

Wholesale trade

Government .

.............

*

966

76

6,812

7278

7,505

9,342

10,122

10,095

9,941

9,836

9,936

10,136

Federal
General government .
Civilian
Military
Government enterprises

77
78
79
80
81

3,460
2,922
1,378
1,544
538

3,684
3,114
1,397
1,717
570

3,783
3230
1,417
1,813
553

5,535
4,957
1.753
3204
578

6,175
5,555
1,843
3,712
620

5,989
5,390
1,760
3,630
599

5.669
5.070
1,643
3,427
599

5,393
4,796
1,651
3,145
597

5270
4,667
1,678
2,989
603

5,263
4,641
1,674
2.967
622

State and local .
General government .
Education
Other.
Government enterprises..

82
83
84
85
86

3,352
3,141
1,418
1,723
211

3,594
3,373
1,491
1,882
221

3,722
3,488
1,536
1,952
234

3,807
3,561
1,581
1.980
246

3,947
3,663
1,655
2.008
284

4,106
3,814
1,732
2,082
292

4272
3,979
1.812
2,167
293

4,443
4,143
1,915
2228
300

4,666
4,364
2,021
2,343
302

4,873
4.568
2.128
2.440
305

87

7

-15

-4

-55

-68

-78

-127

-138

-142

*Mtofl»wortd

1. E a a b I N number of fuJ-time equivalent employees (table 6.5) plus the number of self-employed persons
fltfUtiT).
tanly
workers are not included.
2. Indudw Co«t G u v l




note.—Estimates in part A of this table are based on the
mates in part B, including 1948, are based on the 1972 SIC.

Table 6.9B.—Hours Worked by Full-Time and Part-Time Employees by Industry: 1948-58
[Millions of hours]
Line
Hours worked by full-time and part-time
employees.

1948

1949

1950

1951

1952

1954

1953

1955

1957

1956

1958

1

99,242

95,738

100,197

108,671

110,912

112,346

107,878

111,412

113*818

113,494

109,908

Domestic industries

2

99,227

95,769

100,205

108,785

111,053

112,508

108,142

111,699

114,113

113,771

110,174

Private Industries

3

85,994

81,615

85,610

90,507

91,235

92,832

88,794

92,621

94,903

94209

90,561

4
5
6

6,159
5,870
289

5,720
5,434
286

5,949
5,656
293

5,778
5,465
313

5,557
5237
320

5,370
5,064
306

5,064
4,758
306

4,997
4,693
304

4,663
4,350
313

4,442
4,129
313

4.464
4,157
307

Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries
Farms
Agricultural services, forestry, and fisheries
Mining

7

1,897

1,638

1,713

1,766

1,718

1,657

1,487

1.572

1,657

1.625

1,415

Construction

8

4,537

4,278

4,701

5,323

5,496

5,333

5224

5,498

5,831

5.611

5,438

Manufacturing
Durable goods
Nondurable goods

9
10
11

30,409
16,411
13,998

27,750
14,469
1328t

30,123
16,213
13.910

32,600
18,385
14,215

33219
19,003
14216

34,716
20243
14,473

31.815
17.956
13,859

33,621
19241
14,380

34,139
19.673
14,466

33.570
19,373
14,197

30,636
17,063
13,573

12
13
14
15

8,506
6,113
1,367
1,026

7,931
5,543
1,347
1,041

7.848
5,466
1,330
1,052

8266
5,789
1,394
1,083

8233
5.720
1,429
1,084

8,330
5,730
1,493
1,107

7546
5,336
1,500
1,110

8,140
5,471
1,550
1.119

8,338
5,558
1,639
1,141

8.285
5,481
1,658
1,146

7,735
5,025
1,549
1,161

Transportation and public utilities
Transportation
Communications
Electric, gas, and sanitary services

..

Wholesale trade

16

5.461

5,282

5,304

5,608

5,701

5,749

5,684

5318

6,037

6,058

6,021

Retail trade

17

13,213

13,210

13,563

14.362

14,449

14,465

14,371

14,712

15,064

15,035

14,855

Finance, insurance, and real estate

18

3,280

3,327

3,469

3,620

3,750

3,896

4,023

4212

4,390

4,488

4,575

Services

19

12,532

12,479

12,940

13,184

13,112

13,316

13,180

14,051

14,764

15.095

15.422

20
21
22

13,233
11,747
1,486

14,154
12,585
1,569

14,595
13,032
1,563

18,278
16,646
1,632

19,818
18,028
1,790

19,676
17,926
1,750

19,348
17,597
1,751

19,078
17,318
1,760

19,210
17.437
1,773

19,562
17,748
1.814

19,613
17,748
1,865

23

15

-31

-8

-114

-141

-162

-264

-287

-295

-277

-266

Government
General government
Government enterprises
Rest of the world

NOTE.—Estimates in this table are based on the 1972 Standard Industrial Classification (SIC).

Table 6.10B.—Employer Contributions for Social Insurance by Industry: 1948-58
[Millions of dollars]
1951

1950

1952

1954

1953

1957

1956

1955

1958

Private Industries
Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries
Mining

„,„.

Construction

......

1

3,834

4,341

4,525

5,378

5,543

5,574

6,010

6,764

7,690

8,793

9,067

3,834

4,341

4,525

5,378

5,543

5,574

6,010

6,764

7,690

8,793

9,067

2,464

2,485

3225

3,867

3,906

3,999

4,331

4,792

5,306

5*835

5,649

4

...

2
3

Employer contributions for social Insurance
Domestic Industries

1949

1948

Line

5

5

8

19

21

22

28

42

45

50

63

5

72

64

82

97

97

93

97

110

123

129

113

6

212

210

282

351

358

373

419

448

503

542

496

Manufacturing
Durable goods
Nondurable goods

7
8
9

1.020
583
437

992
549
443

1,347
728
619

1,676
963
713

1,678
983
696

1,735
1,024
711

1,815
1,056
759

2.039
1211
828

2205
1,331
874

2,405
1,455
950

2289
1,353
936

Transportation and public utilities
Transportation
Communications
Electric, gas, and sanitary services

10
11
12
13

479
413
41
25

479
402
47
30

543
443
60
40

602
487
67
48

617
499
70
48

612
498
67
47

616
487
77
52

676
540
82
54

768
617
93
58

826
655
105
66

759
587
101
7t

Wholesale trade
Retail trade

...

14

155

161

214

256

258

249

294

319

360

409

413

15

292

319

411

447

450

464

520

568

635

706

723

Finance, insurance, and real estate

16

72

83

120

142

143

146

178

195

220

253

256

Services

17

157

172

218

277

284

305

364

395

447

515

537

Government

18

1,370

1,856

1,300

1,511

1,637

1,575

1,679

1,972

2^84

2*958

3,418

Rest of the world

19

*

* *

NOTE.—Estimates in this table are based on the 1972 Standard Industrial Classification (SIC).




Table 6.11B.-Other Labor Income by Industry and by Type: 1948-58
[Millions of dollars]
1949

Line
2,715

Other labor Income

2338

3,654

4,626

1957

1956

1955

1954

1953

1951

1950

5,876

5,187

6,115

7322

8,048

By industry

Domestic Industries

2,715

2,933

3,654

4,626

5,187

5,876

6,115

7322

8,048

9,039

Private Industries

2,699

2,922

3,637

4,609

5,169

5,857

6,080

6364

7,986

8373

10

11

11

11

12

12

13

16

17

21

153

151

219

249

245

276

251

284

338

340

Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries
Mining

198

195

199

245

277

314

326

364

397

459

1,289
635
654

1,429
691
738

1,965
1,1 B9
776

2,658
1,617
1,041

3,016
1,841
1,175

3,445
2,151
1294

3,533
2,080
1.453

4,122
2,583
1,539

4,810
3,116
1,694

5,350
3,453
1,897

Transportation and public utilities
Transportation
.
Communications
Electric, gas, and sanitary services

432
160
145
107

469
195
156
118

517
208
171
138

606
251
186
169

682
293
205
184

748
330
228
190

789
335
234
220

852
382
232
238

952
429
247
276

1,071
504
267
300

Wholesale trade

110

115

133

161

169

190

203

256

287

352

Retail trade

196

208

229

249

272

297

326

362

393

489

Finance, insurance, and real estate ...

193

218

226

257

308

359

413

452

504

552

Services

118

126

138

173

216

226

256

288

339

Government

16

16

17

17

19

35

58

62

66

2314

2,828

3334

4,499

5,049

5,726

5351

6,845

7,856

8,839

1,196
614
444
170
804
0

1,262
762
551
211
804
0

1,713
1,030
745
285
791
0

2262
1,320
991
329
917
0

2,543
1,476
1,115
361
1,030
0

2,861
1,737
1,316
421
1,128
0

2,903
1,919
1,454
465
1,129
0

3,377
2267
1,706
561
1.150
51

3,757
2,726
2,058
668
1,243
130

4,153
3206
2,440
766
1,312
168

110

120

127

138

150

164

177

192

200

Construction
Manufacturing
Durable goods
Nondurable goods

Rest of the world
By type

Employer contributions to private pension and
welfare funds.
Pension and profit-sharing
Group insurance
Group health insurance
Group life insurance
Workers' compensation
Supplemental unemployment .
Other'

101

Addenda:
Benefits paid by private pension and welfare
funds.
Pension and profit-snaring
Group health insurance
Group life insurance
Workers" compensation
Supplemental unemployment

2,124

507

2,705

3,088

3,530

3,895

4,436

5226

370
886
326
542

490

5,988

450
1242
380
633

520
1,456
425
687

620
1,703
485
722

710
1,905
541
739

850
2210

1.000
2,686

1,140
3.102
835
891
20

608
841
5

768

1. Consists largely of directors" fees.
NOTE—Estimates in this table are based on the 1972 Standard Industrial Classification (SIC).

Table 6.12A.—Nonfarm Proprietors' Income by Industry: 1929-48
[Millions of dollars]
Line

1929

1931

1930

1932

1934

1933

Nonfarm proprietors' income

1

8341

6342

5383

3,421

3,997

4308

Agricultural services, forestry, and fisheries

2

66

65

60

48

44

44

Mining

3

66

35

-15

10

5

32

Contract construction

4

1,128

866

606

234

193

310

Manufacturing
Durable goods
Nondurable goods

5
6
7

588
201
387

313
99
214

146
36
110

47
5
42

226
47
179

267
72
195

Transportation and public utilities
Transportation
Communication
Electric, gas. and sanitary services

8
9
10
11

228
219
3
6

219
210
3
6

190
183
2
5

162
159
1
2

155
154
0
t

174
171
1
2

1938

1937

1936

1935

6,887

7321

6,772

52

51

66

60

40

62

86

59

379

617

584

607

322
98
224

425
142
283

385
161
224

285
97
188

197
194
1
2

219
215
2
2

238
231
3
4

235
228
3
4

5,648

Wholesale trade

12

419

302

216

118

191

268

326

430

452

Retail trade and automobile services

13

2,589

1,781

1221

602

1,093

1,563

1,864

2.321

2,559

446
^303

Finance, insurance, and real estate

14

843

524

359

283

367

303

358

412

420

381

Services
Health services
Legal services
Other

15
16
17
18

3,014
1,148
572
1294

2,837
1,078
558
1201

2,500
928
575
997

1,917
698
471
748

1.723
636
448
639

1,947
716
489
742

2,110
768
507
835

2,350
868
526
956

2,531
894
550
1,087

2.396
EW
532
999




Table 6.12A.—Nonfarm Proprietors' Income by Industry: 1929-48—Continued
[Millions of dollars]
line
Nonfarm proprietors' income

1939

1940

1941

1942

1943

1944

1945

1947

1946

1948

1

7,670

8,640

11,652

14*470

17,170

18,309

19,330

23,343

21,830

jricultural services, forestry, and fisheries

2

61

66

75

98

110

132

149

172

194

246

70

69

98

127

167

164

130

165

271

399

23,187

ming

3

jntract construction

4

642

687

950

1,241

1,117

989

1,089

1,723

2,121

2,649

anutacturing
Durable goods
Nondurable goods

5
6
7

419
148
271

527
236
291

993
448
545

1,447
620
827

1,887
785
1,102

2,206
928
1278

2,369
928
1,441

2,307
899
1,408

1,667
767
900

1,466
691
775

asportation and public utilities
Transportation
Communication
Electric, gas, and sanitary services

8
9
10
11

255
248
3
4

290
283
3
4

367
357
4
6

428
416
5
7

492
477
6
9

483
464
7
12

454
431
8
15

510
486
7
17

581
555
s
18

626
600
B
18

fholesale trade

12

505

601

893

1,188

1,471

1,640

1,745

2,331

1,821

1.670

etail trade and automobile services

13

2,790

3,315

4,820

5,981

7,325

7,592

7,956

9,775

8,690

8,786

ranee, insurance, and real estate

14

417

439

488

533

644

722

902

1,038

971

1,177

ervices .
Health services
Legal services
Other

15
16
17
18

2,511
905
554
1,052

2,646
951
579
1,116

2,968
1,018
615
1,335

3,427
1,166
647
1,614

3,957
1246
669
2,042

4,381
1,496
719
2,166

4,536
1,528
763
2245

5,322
1,890
773
2,659

5,514
2,131
828
2,555

6,168
2,487
949
2.732

NOTE.—Estimates in part A of this table are based on the 1942 Standard Industrial Classification (SIC); and estilates in part B, including 1948, are based on the 1972 SIC.

Table 6.12B.—Nonfarm Proprietors' Income by Industry: 1948-58
[Millions of dollars]
Line
Nonfarm proprietors' Income

1948

1949

1951

1950

1952

1953

1954

1

23,187

22,197

25,688

27,772

28,545

29,894

agricultural services, forestry, and fisheries

2

328

347

377

419

454

fining

3

402

289

296

308

1955

1956

1957

1958

33,614

35,478

37,320

477

30,401
524

538

557

565

578

278

300

293

341

406

415

374

37,745

Construction

4

2,693

2,679

3201

3.341

3.530

3,562

3.361

3.670

3,874

4,166

3,988

•lanufacturing
Durable goods
Nondurable goods

5
6
7

1,832
837
995

1,587
712
875

2.068
1,072
996

2,209
1,190
1,019

2,134
1,114
1,020

2,176
1,137
1,039

1,990
1,004
986

2,126
1,148
978

2.189
1,226
963

2.101
1,153
948

1,958
1,026
932

Transportation and public utilities
Transportation
Communications
Electric, gas, and sanitaty services

8
9
10
11

626
600
8
18

623
598
8
17

736
693
11
32

844
780
14
50

907
833
18
56

988
894
19
75

1,055
939
22
94

1,070
948
19
103

1,124
989
19
116

1216
1.046
18
152

1.262
1.067
46
149

iVholesale trade

12

1,884

1,678

2,357

2.578

2,425

2,604

2,338

2.891

3.257

3,375

3.306

detail trade

13

8,126

7,449

7,919

8,653

8,674

8.685

9.056

9,118

9,290

9,534

9.460

r

mance, insurance, and real estate

14

1,133

1,315

1,823

1,908

2,082

2279

2,586

3,145

3269

3.524

3.695

Services
Hotels and other lodging places
Personal services
Business services
Auto repair, services, and parking
Miscellaneous repair services
Motion pictures
Amusement and recreation services
Health services
Legal services
Other1

15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25

6,163
252
1,005
271
277
307
65
134
2,405
949
498

6,230
253
1,012
273
279
310
65
135
2,388
1,014
501

6,911
271
1,108
365
332
356
78
141
2.587
1,096
577

7,512
277
1,155
444
399
373
88
139
2,796
1,194
647

8,061
282
1,193
555
407
407
85
156
3.036
1236
704

8,823
277
1,259
660
458
444
80
223
3,346
1,307
769

9,198
278
1298
750
509
488
98
249
3.211
1,444
673

10,715
307
1,355
843
607
495
80
275
4,168
1,581
1,004

11,512
310
1.460
929
723
533
72
293
4,394
1.606
1,192

12.424
298
1.638
978
683
563
50
258
4.790
1,732
1,434

13,124
287
1.638
995
747
558
73
279
5,167
1,800
1,580

1. Consists of educational services* social services; museums botanical, zoological gardens; membership organiations: and miscellaneous services. '




NOTE,—Estimates in part A of this table are based on the 1942 Standard Industrial Classification (SIC); and estimates
part B, including 1948, are based on the 1972 SIC.

Table 6.13A.—Noncorporate Capital Consumption Allowances by Industry: 1929-47
[Millions of dollars]
line

1935

1934

1933

1932

1931

1930

1929

1937

1936

1

2,865

2,924

2,951

2,906

2,784

2,763

2,776

2,841

2,922

3,001

Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries .
Farms .
Agricultural services, forestry, and fisheries .

2
3
4

682
672
10

698
687
11

691
683
8

676
660
16

637
628
9

613
602
11

598
589
9

599
591
8

620
612
8

631

Mining

5

39

44

38

37

30

35

36

37

37

42

Contract construction ,

6

75

76

75

71

52

47

45

47

49

44

Manufacturing
Durable goods
Nondurable goods .

7
8
9

75
51
24

80
56
24

83
60
23

81
61
20

72
56
16

61
46
15

57
41
16

56
39
17

54
37
17

44

Transportation and public utilities ..
Transportation
Communication .
Electric, gas, and sanitary services ,

10
11
12
13

61
60
0
1

63
62
0
1

65
64
0
1

59
58
0
1

47
46
0
1

47
46
0
1

47
46
0
1

49
47
0
2

56
54
0
2

64

Wholesale trade

14

46

49

45

37

33

41

45

49

48

40

Retail trade and automobile services .,

15

200

187

199

169

146

146

148

156

181

182

Finance, insurance, and real estate ....
Finance and insurance
Real estate .
Owner-occupied nonfarm housing .
Other

16
17
18
19
20

1.584
13
1,571
674
897

1.616
14
1.602
695
907

1,649
16
1,633
708
925

1,664
17
1,647
714
933

1,669
24
1.645
715
930

1,670
21
1,649
717
932

1,690
21
1,669
723
946

1,736
22
1.714
733
981

1,756
21
1,735
746
989

1,790
1,772

21

103

111

105

112

98

103

110

112

121

139

Noncorporate capital consumption allowances

1942

1940

Noncorporate capital consumption allowances

18
762

1,010

3,623

3,734

3,814

3,940

4,330

5,263

698
690

747
738
9

767
755

12

807
794
13

874
857
17

979
956
23
119

8

8

45

46

59

77

65

83

95

Contract construction

45

44

47

45

37

50

71

106

Manufacturing
Durable goods
Nondurable goods

58
40

56
38

163

182

38

61

18

18

21

37

127
76
51

93
70

99
83

Transportation and public utilities
Transportation
Communication
Electric, gas, and sanitary services

66

75
67

97
87

100

59

89

109
97

117
103

132
115

0

0

0
11

0
12

0

169
227
124
103

8

0
10

14

1
16

20

242
214
3
25

38

53

79

94

78

123

158

191

202

234

315

332

348

442

629

1,812
18

1.879

1.984

1,990

23
1,989
863

26

22

1,857
803
1,054

1,993
19
1,974
854

2,012

1,794
780
1,014

1,951
23
1.928
831
1,097

1,958

1,120

1,126

1,090

1,968
878
1,090

2,031
191
1,840
938
902

2.245
18
2,227
1,076
1,151

136

163

200

235

231

242

249

314

495

7

Wholesale trade

22

NOTE.—Estimates in part A of this table are based on the 1942 Standard Industrial Classification (SIC); and estimates in part B are based on the 1972 SIC.




4

3,385

45

Services

60
0

3,165

Mining

Finance, insurance, and real estate
Finance and insurance
Real estate
Owner-occupied nonfarm housing
Other

18

649
641

734
725
9

Retail trade and automobile services

62

3,041

663
656
7

Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries
Farms
Agricultural services, forestry, and fisheries

7

1946

1945

1944

1943

638

868

159
136
3

Table 6.13B.—Noncorporate Capital Consumption Allowances by industry: 1948-58
[Millions of dollars]
Line
Noncorporate capital consumption allowances
Agriculture,forestry,and fisheries
Farms
Agricultural services, forestry, and fisheries

.......

1948

1949

1950

1951

1952

1953

1954

1955

...

fining

1957

1956

1

6,181

7233

8,108

9,155

10,034

10,855

11,626

12,382

2
3
4

1,179
1,148
31

1.416
1.377
39

1.659
1,615
44

1,895
1,843
52

2,109
2,048
61

2294
2,230
64

2,464
2,393
71

2,608
2.522
86

1958

13,630

14,531

15,181

2.718
2,624
94

2.790
2.686
104

2381
2.752
129

5

Manufacturing
Durable goods
Nondurable goods

182

214

223

246

266

306

357

317

344

282

331

378

422

454

484

563

634

627

648

278
142
136

324
171
153

340
187
153

384
221
163

393
230
163

407
239
168

385
226
159

422
253
169

426
253
173

450
286
164

416
235
181

10
11
12
13

Transportation and public utilities
Transportation
Communications
Electric, gas, and sanitary services

166

225

7
8
9

—

165

6

264
225
5
34

302
256
6
40

314
259
9
46

344
282
11
51

354
282
14
58

365
286
16
63

357
270
18
69

418
324
19
75

501
399
20
82

578
467
22
89

596
483
22
91

Wholesale trade

14

259

242

286

360

366

391

366

415

466

517

498

Retail trade

15

650

916

982

1,038

1,219

1,308

1255

1,172

1,305

1.346

1,357

Finance, insurance, and real estate
Finance and insurance
Real estate
Owner-occupied nonfarm housing
Other

16
17
18
19
20

2,524
24
2,500
1273
1227

2,838
32
2,806
1,479
1,327

3223
39
3,184
1,711
1,473

3.677
48
3,629
1,976
1,653

4,047
54
3,993
2230
1,763

4,529
61
4,468
2.496
1,972

4,935
66
4,869
2,777
2092

5,439
86
5,353
3,100
2253

5,943
84
5,859
3,449
2,410

6,522
100
6,422
3,788
2,634

7.012
98
6.914
4,114
2,800

Services
Hotels and other lodging places
Personal services
Business services
Auto repair, services, and parking
Miscellaneous repair services
Motion pictures
Amusement and recreation services
Health services
legal services
Other1

21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31

637
113
136
49
0
43
19
78
152
25
22

747
139
157
59
0
50
21
91
175
30
25

791
153
166
65
0
52
21
94
178
34
28

865
170
178
77
0
59
22
96
194
37
32

901
177
183
82
0
62
22
98
206
39
32

861
168
178
82
0
60
21
93
194
37
28

1,114
216
228
111
0
71
25
130
249
49
35

1,039
199
206
112
0
64
21
126
231
46
34

1280
228
226
130
95
73
30
145
265
50
38

1.384
281
227
129
129
73
29
133
283
57
43

1,429
280
250
112
94
74
39
135
335
67
43

1. Consists of educational services; social services; museums, botanical, zoological gardens; membership organimations; and miscellaneous services.

NOTE.—Estimates in part A of this table are based on the 1942 Standard Industrial Classification (SIC); and estimates in part B are based on the 1972 SIC.

Table 6.14A.—Inventory Valuation Adjustment to Nonfarm Incomes by Legal Form of Organization and Industry: 1929-47
[Millions of dollars]
Line

1930

1929

1932

1931

1934

1933

1937

1936

1935

1938

1

614

4,015

3,025

1342

-2,668

-679

-277

-858

-60

1,184

2

472

3260

2,414

1347

-2,143

-625

-227

-738

-31

963

Mining

3

5

122

64

23

-67

-4

-9

-16

0

11

Contract construction

4

3

30

23

11

-22

0

-1

-3

-7

4

Manufacturing
Durable goods
Nondurable goods

5
6
7

301
7
294

2215
733
1,482

1,585

655
191
464

-1.340
-378
-962

-457
-144
-313

-161
-42
-119

-478
-113
-365

-11
-402
391

619
174
445

6

11
7
1
3

89
53
8
28

79
46
8
25

40
24
4

-87

9
10
11

12

-52
-8
-27

-21
-12
-2
-7

-5
-1
-2

-15
-9
-1
-5

-47
-28
-4
-15

20
11
2
7

Wholesale trade

12

78

432

315

140

-281

-128

-7

-162

107

158

Retail trade and automobile services

13

74

372

348

178

-346

-15

-41

-64

-73

151

Other

14

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

15

142

755

611

295

-525

-54

-50

-120

-29

221

Inventory valuation adjustment to nonfarm incomes
Corporate business

Transportation and public utilities
Transportation
Communication
Electric, gas. and sanitary services

Noncorporate business

......

494
1,091

Mining

16

1

14

6

2

-4

-1

-1

-1

0

1

Contract construction

17

3

22

18

9

-17

0

-1

-3

-5

3

Manufacturing
Doable goods
Nondurable goods

18
19
20

12
-2
14

85
25
60

60
19
41

36
7
29

-66
-16
-50

-5
-1
-4

-7
0
-7

-13
-4
-9

15
-6
21

18
3
15

Wholesale trade

21

27

149

104

43

-76

-32

-1

-39

33

47

Retail trade and automobile services

22

99

485

423

205

-362

-16

-40

-64

-72

152

Other

23

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

See note at end of table.




Table 6.14A.—Inventory Valuation Adjustment to Nonfarm Incomes by Legal Form of Organization and Industry: 1929-47—Continued
[Millions of dollars]
Line

1942

1941

1940

1939

1944

1943

1945

1946

1947

-356

-670

-6,968

-7370

-564

-5,263

-5,899

1

-880

-245

-3386

-1371

2

Inventory valuation adjustment to nonfarm incomes
Corporate business

-929

-714

-200

-2,471

-1304

-773

-287

-3

-3

-4

-75

-70

-5

-3

-39

-109

Mining

3

-12

1

-17

-3

Contract construction

4

-4

-6

-14

-3

Manufacturing
Durable goods
Nondurable goods

5
6
7

-471
-86
-385

-135
-107
-28

-1,511
-306
-1205

-726
-147
-579

-552
-41
-511

-206
-35
-171

-413
-164
-249

-3,041
-1,266
-1,775

-3,737
-2.039
-1,698

Transportation and public utilities
Transportation
Communication
Electric, gas, and sanitary services

8
9
10
11

-5
-1
-2

-23
-14
-2
-7

-50
-30
-5
-15

-17
-10
-2
-5

-24
-14
-2
-8

-18
-12
-1
-5

-33
-22
-2
-9

-227
-144
-19
-64

-355
-213
-35
-107

Wholesale trade

12

-121

7

-477

-206

-119

-21

-73

-927

-853

Retail trade and automobile services

13

-98

-44

-402

-249

-71

-34

-38

-954

-775

Other

14

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

15

-166

-45

-615

-367

-156

-69

-106

-1,705

-1,471

Noncorporate business
Mining

16

-1

0

-2

0

-1

0

-1

-13

-14

Contract construction

17

-3

-7

-12

-4

-4

-3

-3

-40

-109

Manufacturing
Durable goods
Nondurable goods

18
19
20

-28
-6
-22

-4
-8
4

-73
-14
-59

-45
-10
-35

-27
-5
-22

-15
-7
-8

-22
-6
-14

-221
-71
-150

-225
-132
-93

Wholesale trade

21

-38

3

-148

-69

-49

-10

-32

-339

-252

Retail trade and automobile services

22

-96

-37

-380

-249

-75

-41

-48

-1,092

-871

Other

23

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

NOTE.—Estimates in part A of this table are based on the 1942 Standard Industrial Classification (SIC); and estimates in part B are based on the 1972 SIC.

Table 6.14B—Inventory Valuation Adjustment to Nonfarm Incomes by Legal Form of Organization and Industry: 1948-58
Line

1948

1949

1950

1951

1952

1953

1954

1958

1957

1956

1955

1

-2,562

2319

-6,059

-1,526

1,182

-1,165

-367

-1334

-3,195

-1339

-311

2

-2,152

1,856

-4365

-1,199

981

-997

-318

-1,736

-2,693

-1,539

-255

Mining

3

-61

31

-49

-9

-11

-37

0

-43

-19

-8

3

Construction

4

-42

24

-72

-12

-3

-14

-43

-16

3

-12

Manufacturing
Durable goods
Nondurable goods

5
6
7

-1,442
-1,624
182

1,107
377
730

-3,183
-1270
-1,913

-601
-722
121

654
-118
772

-692
-784
92

-315
-300
-15

-1,348
-1315
-33

-1,645
-1,386
-259

-949
-552
-397

-194
-305
111

Transportation and public utilities
Transportation
Communications
Electric, gas, and sanitary services

8
9
10
11

-241
-151
-18
-72

127
59
13
55

-211
-100
-20
-91

-107
-78
-5
-24

-19
2

-67
-46

-17

-17

12
-6
4
16

-151
-47
-41
-63

-158
-55
-39
-64

-28
-34
2
4

-8
-5
-1
-2

Wholesale trade

12

-116

326

-892

-243

258

-82

30

-46

-515

-332

-19

Retail trade

13

-250

241

-558

-227

102

-111

-31

-105

-340

-225

-25

Other

14

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

15

-410

463

-1394

-327

201

-168

-49

-198

-502

-300

-56

Mining

16

-12

5

-6

0

0

-1

0

0

0

0

0

Construction

17

-40

23

-67

-10

-4

-7

-10

-33

-14

2

-11

Manufacturing
Durable goods
Nondurable goods

18
19
20

-36
-49
13

56
22
34

-149
-72
-77

-4
-15
11

24
-4
28

-10
-20
10

-7
-8
1

-34
-42
8

-35
-25
-10

-15
-10
-5

-12
-16
4

Wholesale trade

21

-43

98

-254

-70

72

-29

6

-41

-138

-81

-13

Retail trade

22

-279

281

-618

-243

109

-121

-38

-90

-315

-206

-20

Other

23

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Inventory valuation adjustment to nonfarm incomes ...
Corporate business

Noncorporate business

NOTE.—Estimates in part A of this table are based on the 1942 Standard Industrial Classification (SIC); and estimates in part B are based on the 1972 SIC.




Table 6.15A.-Net Interest by Industry: 1929-47
[Millions of dollars]

NOTE.—Estimates in part A of this table are t
mates in part B are based on the 1972 SIC.

d on the 1942 Standard Industrial Classification (SIC); and esti-

Table 6.15B.-Net Interest by Industry: 1948-58
[Millions of dollars]
Une
Net Interest
Domestic industries
Agriculture,forestry,and fisheries .
Mining
Construction
Manufacturing
Durable goods
Nondurable goods .
Transportation and public utilities .
Transportation
Communications .
Electric, gas, and sanitary services
Wholesale trade
Retail trade
Finance, insurance, and real estate .
Finance
Real estate
Other
Services
Rest of the world
Receipts from the rest
^
Less: Payments to the rest of the world .

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
t1
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22

1950

1949

1948
2,446
2,284
335
7
15
-5
-32
27
676
319
95
262
21
11
1,181
—1,214
2,442
-47
43
162
269
107

2,660
2,497
379
7

10
-7
-52
45
774
329
135
310
9
22
1,252
-1,367
2,675
-56
51
163
277
114

2,995
2,828
430
17
19
-126
-143
17
783
326
120
337
26
25
1,602
-1,418
3,053
-33
52
167
301
134

NOTE,—Estimates in part A of this table are based on the 1942 Standard Industrial Classification (SIC); and estimates in part B are based on the 1972 SIC.




3,517
3,293
507
5
44
-81
-117
36
852
329
123
400
65
57
1,779
-1,680
3.522
-63
65
224
384

160

3,846
3,630
566
8
43
20
-19
39
895
323
125
447
55
23
1,959
-1,
3.914
-70
61
216
406
190

4,521
4,309
586
5
27
25
-5
30
947
324
123
500
40
16
2599
-1,734
4,411
-78
64
212
448
236

1956

1955

1953

1951

5,391
5,111
599
12
34
65
-8
73
1,070
332
142
596
73
13
3,156
-1511
5.038
-71
89
280
487
207

6,135
5,875
649
15
51
-31
-84
53
1,138
367
145
626
65
39
3.838
-1,921
5.808
-49

111
260
516
256

6,766
6,616
702
9
58
27
-25
52
1,172
340
152
680
96
43
4,379
-2,148
6,618
-91
130
150
481
331

1957
7,918
7,765
757
17
65 1
148
46
102
1,356
375
196
785
100
44

5,110
-2,491
7,703
-102
168
153
550
397

1958
9,690
9,400
847
31
70
313
157
156
1,586
432
235
919
94
44
6201
-2,412
8,720
-107
214
290
712
422

Table 6.16A.-Corporate Profits by Industry: 1929-47
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
Line

1930

1929

1932

1931

1934

1933

1935

1937

1936

1938

1

Corporate profits with inventory valuation and capital
consumption adjustments.

102

6.9

24

-.7

-.7

13

3.4

5.6

6.4

U

2

10.0

6.7

2A

-.7

-.7

13

32

5.5

6.1

4.0

Financial
Nonfinancial

3
4

15
8.4

.7
6.1

.5
1.9

.6
-1.3

.7
-1.5

.7
1.1

.7
25

1.1
4.4

1.0
5.1

1.0
3.0

Best ol the world

5

2

.1

0

0

0

6

11.1

7.6

18

-A

Domestic Industries

Corporate profits with inventory valuation adjustment

.1

.1

J2

.3

4

15

43

62

7.4

5.4

7

10.8

74

23

-A

-.4

2A

3.8

6.1

7.1

5.1

Financial
Federal Reserve banks
Other

8
9
10

1.6
0
1.5

.7
0
.7

.5
0
.5

.6
0
.6

.7
0
.7

.7
0
.7

.7
0
.7

1.1
0
1.1

1.0
0
1.0

1.0
0
1.0

Nonfinancial

11

92

6.7

2.3

-1.0

-1.1

1.7

3.1

5.0

6.1

4.1

12

52

3.9

1.3

-.6

-.4

1.0

2.0

3.1

3.8

2.3

13
14
15
16
17

2.6
2.6
1.9
12
1.0

1.4
2.5
12
1.1
.6

-.1
1.4
.6
5
-.1

-1.1
.6
2
-.1
-5

-.6
.1
.1
-.3
-.5

2
.8
.4
.6
-.3

.8
12
.5
A
-.1

1.6
15
.7
1.0
2

1.6
2.1
.8
1.1
.5

.7
1.6
.6
.9
.3

18

2

.1

0

0

0

.1

2

.1

3

J3

Domestic Industries

-

Manufacturing
Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Transportation and public utilities
Wholesale and retail trade and automobile services
Other
-

-

Rest ol the world

Line

1941

1940

1943

1942

1944

1945

1947

1946

92

14.8

20.1

24.3

244

19.8

172

23.1

2

Financial
Nonfinancial

5.9
5.6

8.9

144

19.7

23.9

24.0

195

165

22.1

3
4

Domestic Industries

Re$1 ol the world

1939

1

Corporate profits with inventory valuation and capital
consumption adjustments.

1.0
4.6

1.1
7.8

12
13.3

12
18.5

1.4
22.6

1.6
22.4

1.7
17.8

2.0
14.5

1.6
205

5

A

A

A

4

«3

.7

13

102

15 3

20.8

244

242

195

19.7

263

7

Financial
Federal Reserve banks
Other

.3

6.9
6.6

10.0

155

205

24.4

23.7

19.1

19.0

753

8
9
10

Domestic Industries

J

6

„,

Corporate profits with inventory valuation adjustment

1.0
0
1.0

1.1
0
1.1

12
0
12

1.3
0
1.3

1.4
0
1.4

1.7
.1
1.6

1.7
.1
1.6

2.1
.1
2.0

1.7
.1
1.7

11

5.6

8.8

14.3

19.1

23.0

22.0

17.4

16.9

23.3

Manufacturing

12

3.3

55

95

11.8

13.8

132

9.7

9.0

13.5

Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Transportation and public utilities
Wholesale and retail trade and automobile services
Other

13
14
15
16
17

1.6
1.7
1.0
.8
.4

3.0
25
1.3
1.3
.7

6.3
3.1
2.0
1.5
12

7.1
4.7
35
2.4
1.5

8.0
5.7
4.4
3.1
1.7

7.3
5.9
3.9
3.3
1.7

4.5
52
2.8
3.4
1.6

2.4
6.6
1.9
3.9
22

5.7
75
22
4.7
2.9

18

3

A

A

A

A

2

.7

1.0

Nonfinancial

Rest ot the world

..

....

NOTE.—Estimates in part A of this table are based on the 1942 Standard Industrial Classification (SIC); and estimates in part B are based on the 1972 SIC.




J&

Table 6.16B.—Corporate Profits by Industry: 1948-58
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
Une

1948

1949

1950

1951

1952

1953

1954

1955

1957

1956

Corporate profits with inventory valuation
adjustment.
Domestic Industries
Financial
Federal Reserve banks
Other
Nonfinancial
Manufacturing
Durable goods
Primary metal industries
Fabricated metal products
Machinery, except electrical
Electric and electronic equipment
Motor vehicles and equipment
Other
1
Nondurable goods
Food and kindred products
Chemicals and allied products
Petroleum and coal products
Other
Transportation and public utilities
Wholesale and retail trade
Other
Rest of the world

35.2

402

38.0

38.1

372

47.7

46.4

46.0

412

29.3

27.3

34.0

38.4

36.1

36.3

352

45.3

43.6

42.9

38.7

2.5
26.7

3.1
242

3.1
30.9

3.4
35.0

4.1
32.0

4.5
31.8

4.7
30.5

4.9
40.4

5.1
38.5

5.4
375

5.9
32.8

12
1.7
.4

1.1
1.6
.4

IJS
1.8
.5

1.7
22
.5

IS
2.3
.5

1.8
2.3
.5

2.0
2.4
5

24
2.9
5

28
3.4
.5

3.1
3.6
5

25
3.1
.6

8

33.7

31.4

382

435

41.1

40.6

38.9

48.0

47.6

47.3

425

9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

Rest of the world
Receipts from the rest of the world
Less; Payments to the rest of the world

28.4

5
6
7

Financial
Nonfinancial

305

3
4

Domestic Industries

32.4
27
2
2.5
29.8
17.5
7.5
1.6
.8
1.3
.6
1.4
1.8
10.0
1.9
1.7
2.8
3.7
3.0
5.6
3.6
12

30.3
32
2
3.0
27.1
162
8.1
1.5
.7
1.3
.8
2.1
1.7
8.1
1.6
1.8
1.9
2.8
3.0
4.7
3.1
1.1

37.0
32
.2
3.0
33.8
21.0
12.0
2.3
1.1
1.6
12
3.1
2.6
9.0
1.6
2.3
23
2.7
4.1
5.1
3.6
1.3

41.8
3.6
.3
3.3
382
24.7
132
3.1
1.3
2.3
1.3
2.4
2.8
11.4
1.4
2.8
2.8
4.4
4.7
52
3.7
1.7

39.3
42
.3
3.9
35.0
21.7
11.7
1.9
1.0
2.3
1.5
2.4
2.6
10.0
1.8
2.3
23
3.6
5.0
5.0
3.4
1.9

38.8
4.7
.4
4.3
34.1
22.0
12.0
2.5
1.0
1.9
1.4
2.6
2.6
10.0
1.8
22
2.7
3.3
5.0
4.1
3.1
1.8

36.9
4.9
.3
45
32.1
19.9
105
1.7
.9
1.7
12
2.1
2.9
9.5
1.6
22
2.8
2.9
4.7
4.0
3.4
2.0

45.6
5.0
.3
4.7
40.6
26.1
142
2.9
1.1
1.7
1.1
4.1
3.5
11.8
22
3.0
3.0
3.6
5.7
52
3.6
2A

44.8
52
5
4.8
395
24.8
12.8
3.0
1.1
21
12
22
32
12.0
1.8
2.8
3.3
4.1
5.9
4.7
4.1
2.8

442
55
.6
4.9
38.7
24.1
13.4
3.1
1.1
2.0
1.5
2.6
3.1
10.8
1.8
2.8
2.6
3.6
5.9
4.7
4.0
3.1

40.0
6.0
.6
5.4
34.0
195
9.4
1.9
.9
1.5
1.3
.9
2.9
102
2.1
2.5
2.1
3.4
5.9
4.9
3.6
25

•

1950

1949

1948

1951

Line
III

IV

I

II

11
1

1

IV

II

30.4

2&0

29.3

26J0

295

33.1

375

40.7

395

39.6

30.4

292

26.8

282

25.0

28.4

320

362

39.2

38.0

373

262

2.9
27.5

3.1
26.1

3.1
23.7

32
25.0

3.1
21.9

3.1
25.3

3.1
29.0

3.1
33.1

3.1
36.1

3.1
34.8

33
34.6

1J3

12

12

12

1.1

10

1.1

1.1

U

14

15

1.7

312

34.0

335

35.1

334

32.3

28.9

322

38 J)

405

44.1

43.1

435

31 .0
2.3
2

32.8

32.3
2.8

2

2

26.6
16.9
72
1.3
.9
1.4
.7

2.3
302
17.4
72
1.5
.8
1.3
.7

1.1

1.1

1.8
9.7
1.5
1.7

1.9
102
1.9
1.6
3.0
3.7
32
5.9
3.6
1.3

2.6
29.4
17.3
7.3
1.7
.7
1.1
.5
1.4
1.9

33.8
3.0
.3
2.7
30.8
18.5
8.3
1.9
.8

322

2.6

22

Corporate profits with inventory valuation and
capital consumption adjustments.

312
3.3
2
3.1
27.9
172
9.1
15
.8
1.4
.9
2.7
1.8
8.1
1.6
1.7
1.8
2.9
32
4.6
2.9
1.1

27.9
3.3
2
3.1
24.7
14.9
7.3
.9
.7
12
.9
1.9
1.7
75
1.4
1.9
1.6
2.7
23
4.0
2.9
1.0

31.1
32
2
3.0
27.9
16.6
8.7
1.6
.7
12
t.0
25
1.7
7.8
15
1.9
1.6
29
3.3
4.9
3.1
1.1

34.9
32
2
3.0
31.8
19.3
105
22
.9
15
1.0
3.0
22
8.5
1.5
22
2.0
25
35
5.1
3.5
1.1

392
32
.2
3.0
36.0
22.8
13.6
27
1.3
15
1.4
3.5
2.9
9.1
1.7
25
25
25
4.5
4.9
3.8
U

42.6
3.3
2
3.1
39.4
25.3
15.0
2.9
1.6
2.1
1.6
3.5
3.4
10.3
1.7
2.7
3.1
25
4.7
5.4
3.9
1A

41.6
3.3
2
3.0
38.3
24.3
13.9
3.1
15
2.1
1.4
2.7
32
10.4
1.8
2.6
2.8
32
4.3
6.0
3.7
15

415
3.4
.3
3.1
37.9
24.7
13.3
3.3
1.4
2.1
12
2.3
3.0
11.4
1.3
2.9
2.8
4.4
4.6
4.7
38
1.7

„..

See note at end of table.




29.7

28.8

2.4
27.3

2.7

12

Corporate profits with Inventory valuation
adjustment.

30.1

26.0

Rest of the world .
Receipts from thrrest o r S ' wrid*"*"
Less: Payments to the rest of the world

31.0

22

Financial
Nonfinancial .

29.4

28.1

Domestic Industries.

Domestic industries
Financial.
Federal Reserve banks..
Other
Nonfinancial
Manufacturing
Durable goods
Primary metal industries ......
Fabricated metal products
Machinery, except electrical
Electric and electronic equipment
Motor vehicles and equipment
Other
Nondurable goods
Pood and kindred products ...
Chemicals and allied products "!
Petroleum and coal products ....
Other.
Transportation and public utilities ..
Wholesale and retail trade
.
Other
Rest of the world ..
i.'.'III"""!

1958

1
2

Corporate profits with inventory valuation and
capital consumption adjustments.

2.6
3.9
2.8
5.6
3.3
12

10.0
1.9

12
.6
1.9
1.8
10.3

2.1

1.6

1.9

2.9
3.6
3.0
5.4
3.7
ijs

2.6
35
3.1
5.5
3.7
15

1.8
1.8
8.9
1.7
1.9
2.3
3.0
2.9
5.5
3.5

29.9
32
.2
3.0
26.7
15.7
7.7
1.6
.6
1.3
.7
1.9
1.6
8.0
1.8
1.6
2.0
2.6
3.1
4.7
32

12

12

32
.3
2.9
29.0
17.1

82
2.1
.7
1.3

.6

Table 6.16B.—Corporate Profits by Industry: 1948-58—Continued
[Billions of dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
1954

1953

1952
Line
IV

Financial
Nonfinanciai

Less* Payments to the rest of the world

45.2

453

46.4

4.9
39.1

4.9
40.3

4.9
40.6

4.9
41.5

13

22

22

22

2A

15

4.7
29.1

13

1.9

1JS

1.9

1.7

1.7

13

13

8

Corporate profits with inventory valuation
adjustment.
Domestic Industries
Financial
Federal Reserve banks
Other
Nonfinanciai
Manufacturing
Durable goods
Primary metal industries
Fabricated metal products
Machinery, except electrical
Electric and electronic equipment
Motor vehicles and equipment
Other
Nondurable goods
Food and kindred products
Chemicals and allied products
Petroleum and coal products
Other
Transportation and public utilities
Wholesale and retail trade
Other
Rest of the world

44.0

4.8
34.0

33.8

4.7
27.9

4.4
33.9

13

5
6
7

Rest of the world

38.8

4.7
30.9

325

4.7
25.8

38.3

4.4
34.9

4.0
30.7

35.6

30.5

4.6
32.7

39.2

45
34.1

34.6

3.7
33.2

49.0

37.3

38.5

42
30 2

36.9

473

373

34.4

38.8

2

Domestic industries

1

IV

47.4

35.7

39.1

3
4

Corporate profits with Inventory valuation and
capital consumption adjustments.

III

46.2

34.4

40.2

36.3

41.0

32.1

41.1

363

1955
II

III

40.4

III

1

II

II

II

IV

I

IV

11
1

I

1

;

42.0

393

39.4

434

44.0

42.9

41.5

34.0

36.4

373

39.2

42.4

47.1

473

47.8

m

9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

40.1
3.8
.3
35
36 2
23.0
12.6
2.7
12
25
1.4
12
2.7
10.3
1.6
2.6
2.5
3.6
5.3
4.3
3.6
13

37.9
4.1
3
3.8
33.8
20.8
11.0
12
1.0
2.3
1.5
2.4
2.6
9.8
1.6
2.4
2.1
3.7
4.6
5.1
3.3
13

37.5
4.4
3
4.0
33.1
20.2
10.6
1.5
.9
2.1
1.4
1.9
2.7
9.6
1.9
1.9
2.4
3.5
4.8
4.8
3.3
13

41.6
4.6
.4
42
37.0
22.8
12.7
2.3
.9
22
1.6
3.0
2.6
10.1
2.0
22
2.3
3.6
52
5.7
3.3
13

42.1
4.5
.4
4.1
37.6
24.5
13.9
2.7
1.3
2.3
1.7
3.0
3.0
10.6
1.9
2.5
2.5
3.7
5.3
4.7
32
13

413
4.6
.4
42
36.4
23.5
13.1
2.8
.9
2.1
1.5
2.8
2.9
10.4
1.8
2.3
2.7
3.6
5.2
4.7
3.1
13

39.7
4.8
.4
4.3
35.0
22.8
12.6
2.9
.9
1.8
1.3
3.1
25
10 2
1.8
2.3
2.8
3.3
5.0
4.1
3.1
1.7

32.3
4.8
.4
4.4
27.5
17.1
82
1.6
.8
12
.9
1.6
2.1
8.9
1.6
1.7
2.8
2.7
4.6
2.8
3.0
1.7

34.6
4.8
.4
45
29.7
19.2
9.7
1.5
.8
1.8
1.2
1.9
2.5
9.4
1.6
2.0
2.9
3.0
45
2.9
32
13

35.7
4.8
.3
4.5
30.8
19.7
10.5
1.6
1.0
1.8
12
2.1
2.8
9.3
1.7
2.1
2.7
2.8
4.7
3.0
3.4
13

37.3
4.8
.3
4.5
32.5
19.4
10.3
1.6
. 1.0
1.7
1.1
1.9
3.0
9.1
1.6
22
2.7
2.7
4.8
4.8
3.5
13

40.2
5.0
.3
4.7
35.2
21.5
11.5
2.0
1.0
1.5
1.3
2.5
32
10.0
1.7
2.4
2.7
3.1
4.9
5.3
3.6
22

44.8
5.0
.3
4.7
39.8
24.5
13.6
2.5
1.0
1.7
12
3.5
3.7
10.9
2.0
2.7
2.9
3.3
55
6.1
3.8
22

45.7
5.0
.3
4.8
40.7
25.9
14.3
2.8
1.1
1.7
1.1
4.0
3.6
11.7
22
3.0
2.9
3.5
5.8
52
3.7
22

45.4
5.0
.3
4.7
40.4
26.4
14.5
3.1
1.0
1.5
1.1
4.5
3.3
11.9
2.3
3.0
3.0
3.5
5.6
5.1
3.3
2.4

46.6
5.0
.4
4.7
41.6
27.4
14.6
3.1
12
1.9
1.0
4.3
3.2
12.8
21
3.3
3.3
4.0
5.8
4.6
3.8
25

1956

1957

1958

Line
1
Corporate profits with inventory valuation and
capital consumption adjustments.
Domestic industries..
Financial
Nonfinanciai .
Rest of the world .
Receipts from the rest of the world
Less: Payments to the rest of the world
Corporate profits with inventory valuation
adjustment.
Domestic Industries.
Financial.,
Federal Reserve banks..
Other „
Nonfinanciai ,
Manufacturing ..
Durable goods .
Primary metal industries
Fabricated metal products
Machinery, except electrical
Electric and electronic equipment..
Motor vehicles and equipment
Other.
Nondurable goods
Food and kindred products
Chemicals and allied products ..
Petroleum and coal products ....
Other.
Transportation and public utilities .,
Wholesale and retail trade
Other.,
Rest of the world .

III

II

IV

II

III

IV

11
1

II

I

1

46.7

46.7

45.7

465

473

46.9

465

42.7

37.3

37.9

413

47.7

2

443

43.9

42.8

43.6

443

43.7

43.3

39.9

34.7

35.4

39.4

45.2

3
4

4.9
39.1

5.1
38.8

52
37.6

5.3
38.4

5.3
39.6

5.3
38.4

5.5
37.8

5.6
34.3

5.8
28.9

5.9
295

5.8
33.6

39.1

5

2.7

2.8

23

2.9

3.0

3.3

32

23

25

2.5

25

25

47.2

47.6

473

48.3

49.7

48.4

47.6

43.7

38.1

39.3

43.4

49.1

445
5.0
.4
4.6
39.4
25.8
13.3
3.4
1.1
2.0
1.0
2.7
32
12.4
2.1
3.1
32
4.1
5.9
3.7
4.0
2.7

44.8
52
.5
4.8
39.6
25.1
12.9
3.2
1.1
2.1
12
2.1
32
122
1.9
2.7
35
4.1

44.4
5.4
5
4.9
39.1
23.4
11.6
2.3
1.0
22
1.4
1.8
2.9
11.7
1.6
2.7
3.3
4.1
5.9
5.7
4.1
23

45.4
5.4
.5
4.9
40.0
24.9
13.4
3.1
1.1
22
12
2.4
3.3
11.6
1.6
2.8
3.1
4.1
5.8
5.0
4.2
23

46.7
5.5
.6
4.9
412
26 2
14.9
35
12
2.3
1.7
32
3.0
11.3
1.8
2.9
2.9
33
6.1
4.9
4.1
33

45.1
5.4
.6
4.8
39.7
25.0
14.0
3.3
12
22
1.6
2.6
3.3
11.0
1.7
2.9
2.8
3.6
5.8
4.7
4.1
33

44.4
5.6
.7
5.0
38.7
24.0
13.3
3.1
1.1
2.0
1.4
2.6
3.1
10.7
1.9
2.7
2.4
3.6
5.9
4.9
4.0
32

403
5.7
.7
5.0
35.1
21.3
11.2
2.4
.9
1.5
1.4
1.9
3.0
10.1
1.9
2.6
2.2
3.4
5.6
4.4
3.9
23

35 5
5.9
.7
52
29.6
172
8.1
15
.8
1.3
12
1.1
22
9.1
1.9
22
2.0
3.0
5.3
3.4
3.7
2.6

363
6.0
.6
5.3
30.8
17.4
8.1
1.6
.9
1.4
12
.6
2.6
9.3
2.0
2.3
1.7
32
5.7
4.1
3.6
25

403
5.9
5
5.4
35.0
19.9
9.2
2.0
.9
1.5
1.3
0
3.4
10.6
Z1
2.6
22
3.7
6.2
5.3
3.7
25

46.6

6

62

7

4.3
2.8 |

NOTE.—Estimates in part A of this table are based on the 1942 Standard Industrial Classification (SICV and estimates in part B are based on the 1972 SIC.




I

6.3
.5
5.7

40.4
23.5

12.0
2.4

1.1
1.7
1.5

1.8
3.5

11.6
2.4
3.0
23
3.7

6.6

6.6
3.6

15

Table 6.17A.—Corporate Profits Before Tax by Industry: 1929-48
[Millions of dollars]
Line
Corporate profits before tax

1930

1929

1932

1931

1933

1934

1935

1937

1936

1938

1

10,595

4,291

357

-1,480

1,728

3,079

4,216

6,931

7,450

4,443

2

10,363

4,154

361

-1,446

1,730

3,019

4,057

6,827

7,178

4,142

Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries .
Farms .
Agricultural services, forestry, and fisheries .

3
4
5

11
2
9

-37
-44
7

-67
-68
1

-65
-64
-1

-26
-29
3

-26
-29
3

11
8
3

21
16
5

8
4
4

-9
-10
1

Mining .
u mining
Anthracite mining
Bituminous and other soft coal mining .
Crude petroleum and natural gas
Nonmetallic mining and quarrying

€
7
8
9
10
11

472
253
10
16
133
60

126
43
13
-7
32
45

-129
-32
7
-21
-96
13

-74
—45
-12
-26
12
-3

-23
20
-7
-21
-17
2

168
58
0
19
78
13

177
81
-11
8
80
19

322
136
-5
12
144
35

514
242
-13
16
228
41

280
122
-12
-13
152
21

Contract construction

12

148

118

18

-68

-31

9

31

71

66

38

Manufacturing .

13

4,896

1,674

-298

-1,229

892

1,426

2,168

3,617

3,781

1,639

Durable goods
Lumber and basic timber 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
Electric and electronic equipment
Motor vehicles and equipment ...
Other transportation equipment .
Miscellaneous manufacturing, including instruments and
miscellaneous plastic products.

14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24

2,568
112
38
156
856
212
495
100
462
44
93

658
-7
-39
63
282
49
180
-30
161
3
-4

-576
-83
-60
-16
-147
-15
-65
-121
41
-50
-so

-1,327
-85
-77
-72
-306
-50
-204
-186
-192
-50
-105

-185
3
-19
4
-31
59
-34
-160
62
-40
-29

321
S
-8
48
114
114
114
-149
99
-23
18

875
15
7
78
195
138
193
-42
249
-24
66

1,711
56
35
158
395
187
353
41
394
8
84

2,049
78
31
152
531
197
451
97
374
52
86

509
5
16
70
24
49
213
10
68
11
43

Nondurable goods
Food and kindred products .
Tobacco manufactures
Textile mill products .
Apparel and other textile products .
Paper and allied products
Printing and publishing
Chemicals and allied products
Petroleum and coal products
Rubber products .
Leather and leather products ..

25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35

2,328
467
140
178
38
110
263
421
636
23
52

1.016
369
155
-162
-35
55
176
290
225
-45
-12

278
196
164
-115
-61
-1
97
201
-164
-20
-19

98
91
174
-124
-70
-50
18
116
-10
-24
-23

1,077
365
77
201
22
41
79
241
-4
8
47

1,105
426
126
62
24
76
116
295
-47
-1
28

1,293
415
120
100
26
84
140
315
26
16
51

1,906
542
139
202
57
111
176
395
194
40
50

1,732
364
134
117
31
138
151
388
357
26
26

1,130
372
137
-4
18
50
100
296
133
17
11

Domestic industries

36

1,840

1,108

489

177

201

419

465

726

846

535

37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44

1,014
773
51
43
54
-6
86
13

429
278
42
29
21
-19
68
10

-92
-159
1
19
6
-9
41
9

-304
-333
-12
12
-2
30
7

-213
-280
-1
19
15
-2
24
12

-152
-259
-5
21
22
-6
68
7

-86
-190
-28
24
34
-3
69
8

90
-50
3
24
41
0
66
6

67
-68
-21
22
49
-2
80
7

-178
-256
-52
31
18
-1
72
10

Communication .
Telephone and telegraph
Radio and television broa
broadcasting .

45
46
47

308
286
22

253
256
-3

236
238
-2

165
164
1

137
139
-2

161
152
9

186
173
13

209
189
20

226
204
22

217
201
16

Electric, gas, and sanitary services ...
Utilities: electric and gas .
Local utilities and public services! n.e.c. .!..

48
49
50

518
483
35

426
397
29

345
327
18

316
291
25

277
241
36

410
379
31

365
334
31

427
403
24

553
527
26

496
478
18

Wholesale trade

51

405

52

-87

-148

163

321

344

526

448

236

Retail trade and automobile services .

52

647

207

-42

-273

155

424

487

677

618

393

Finance, Insurance, and real estate ...

53

1,760

771

473

361

463

236

318

779

804

966

54
55
56

1,003
223
154

796
-178
-31

675
-212
-48

576
-43
-55

536
-93
-79

422
7
-127

466
-11
-86

529
32
-51

570
-49
-15

549
-9
-15

57
58
59

237
34
109

137
26
21

140
27
-109

181
28
-326

426
22
-349

237
26
-329

189
23
-263

362
23
-116

341
22
-65

423
22
-4

60

184

135

4

-127

-64

42

56

88

93

64

61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71

12
34
56
6
59
7
10

-3
28
49
5
51
-3
8

-23
16
20
2
2
-13
0

-33
4
8
2
-83
-21
-4

-30
13
8
2
-40
-14
-3

-22
23
30
5
2
1
3

-22
24
31
3
13
4
3

-23
27
35
5
29
10
5

-21
25
36
4
33
11
5

-28
13
31
2
39
5
2

-2

60

159

104

272

301

Transportation and public utilities
Railroad transportation
Local and interurban passenger transit..
Trucking and warehousing
Water transportation ..
Transportation by air.
Pipelines, except naturaTgas".
Transportation services

Banking ,
Secunty and commodity brokers, and services
Credit agencies (other than banks) and holding and other
investment companies.
Insurance carriers
Instance agents and brokers, and services
Real estate
Services
Hotels and other lodging places
Personal services..
Business services .
Miscellaneous repair sewices "
Motion pictures..
Amusement and recreaiion services
Otner services
Health services .......
«..."Z!
. Legal services.

Educational s e r v i c e * ! ^
Social services and membership organizations
Rest of t h e world

1

Seefootnoted)at end of table.




72

*

......................

:.—:::
232

137

-4

-34

Table 6.17A.—Corporate Profits Before Tax by Industry: 1929-48—Continued
[Millions of dollars]
Une

1941

1940

1939

1943

1942

1945

1944

1947

1946

1

7,628

10,437

18,342

22,047

25,552

24,455

20,021

24,922

31,926

2

7,304

10,171

17,951

21,669

25,180

24,032

19,679

24,231

30,940

Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries
Farms
Agricultural services, forestry, and fisheries

3
4
5

6
4
2

19
18
1

55
50
5

82
71
11

108
102
6

100
94
6

94
89
5

146
140
6

157
152
5

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

6
7
8
9
10
11

346
180
-13
13
130
36

483
239
6
45
153
40

647
268
15
79
221
64

598
293
18
107
111
69

523
177
17
140
134
55

508
129
22
145
162
50

411
104
11
113
132
51

464
79
34
122
143
86

988
215
35
327
298
113

Corporate profits before tax
Domestic industries

Contract construction

12

47

85

205

329

246

127

96

229

400

Manufacturing

13

3,750

5,607

10,969

12,499

14,320

13,426

10,101

12,032

17,251

Durable goods..
Lumber and basic timber products
Furniture and finished lumber products
Stone, day, and glass products .
Iron and steel and their products, including ordnance .
Nonferrous metals and their products
Machinery, except electrical.
Electric and electronic equipment
Motor vehicles and equipment
Other transportation equipment
Miscellaneous manufacturing, including instruments and
miscellaneous plastic products.

14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24

1,662
39
56
162
323
155
340
109
331
63
84

3,109
95
76
208
647
223
686
272
533
261
108

6,621
199
153
357
1,634
386
1,422
621
868
756
225

7,269
213
145
347
2,058
365
1,612
638
338
1,304
249

8,081
188
141
293
2,137
485
1,479
813
332
1,903
310

7,371
170
160
233
1,815
428
1,293
821
304
1,852
295

4,651
113
134
214
1202
260
856
496
170
961
245

3,667
279
240
376
1,066
391
714
156
120
-27
352

7,731
534
285
462
1,947
586
1,488
783
1236
1
409

Nondurable goods
Food and kindred products .
Tobacco manufactures
Textile mill products .
Apparel and other textile products .
Paper and allied products
Printing and publishing
Chemicals and allied products
Petroleum and coal products
Rubber products
Leather and leather products

25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35

2,088
565
149
185
51
121
145
510
255
59
48

2,498
579
161
227
61
201
175
645
341
64
44

4,348
906
184
620
144
395
213
1,018
611
155
102

5,230
1,262
194
857
222
368
261
1,070
677
179
140

6,239
1,517
194
829
259
399
482
1,199
916
287
157

6,055
1,519
170
784
257
408
592
1,138
752
292
143

5,450
1,431
142
726
249
339
600
975
607
242
139

8,365
2,036
168
1,409
504
584
661
1,425
1,034
308
236

9,520
1,853
187
1,545
463
944
632
1,709
1,756
209
222

Transportation and public utilities ,

36

1,017

1,352

2,087

3^91

4,457

3,903

2,789

2,090

2,556

Transportation .
Railroad transportation
Local and interurban passenger transit
Trucking and warehousing
Water transportation
Transportation by air
Pipelines, except natural gas
Transportation services

37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44

163
-17
-33
51
52
8
86
16

336
77
6
35
90
12
84
32

912
513
27
59
155
20
93
45

2,112
1.595
182
80
107
34
58
56

2,905
2,298
285
71
99
34
60
58

2,361
1,791
252
65
89
41
63
60

1,326
876
201
50
79
34
45
41

565
103
159
109
122
-20
42
50

1,182
709
69
138
172
-37
56
75

Communication .
Telephone and telegraph
Radio and television broadcasting

45
46
47

273
252
21

290
261
29

320
285
35

451
419
32

533
481
52

581
511
70

530
466
64

394
334
60

282
227
55

Electric, gas, and sanitary services ...
Utilities: electric and gas
Local utilities and public services, n.e.c

48
49
50

581
557
24

726
699
27

855
824
31

928
900
28

1,019
970
49

961
921
40

933
901
32

1.131
1,104
27

1,092
1,030
62

Wholesale trade

51

435

568

1,105

1,166

1,283

1*304

1,315

2,489

2,740

Retail trade and automobile services .

52

618

770

1,313

1,650

1,962

2J)34

2,164

3255

3,574

Finance, insurance, and real estate ....

53

990

1,161

1,363

1,501

1,716

2,057

2,122

2,742

2,573

54
55
56

569
14
2

630
4
101

703
2
178

689
-3
213

869
15
156

1,066
21
142

1208
39
148

1,387
26
207

1,346
5
278

57
58
59

372
24
9

355
27
44

312
36
132

428
31
143

417
26
233

490
27
311

353
24
350

511
48
563

227
65
652

60

95

126

207

353

565

573

587

784

701

61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71

-20
18
41
2
41
9
4

-7
21
41
3
53
10
5

1
30
56
8
82
19
11

35
45
56
12
157
19
29

95
56
70
13
256
35
40

101
62
79
13
247
43
28

109
56
88
7
239
71
17

133
74
115
8
306
94
54

121
82
130
14
225
65
64

72

324

691

986

Banking .
Security and commodity brokers, and services ..
Credit agencies (other than banks) and holding and other
investment companies.
Insurance carriers .
Insurance agents and brokers, and services .
Real estate
Services .
Hotels and other lodging p & e s .
Personal services
Business services .
Miscellaneous repair services .
Motion pictures
Amusement and recreation services
Other services
Health services .
Legal services
Educatonal services, n.e.c.....
Social services and membership organizations
Rest ol the world 1

— — » • *

266

n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified.
1. Consists of receipts by all U.S. residents, including both corporations and persons, of dividends from their
incorporated foreign affiliates, their share of reinvested earnings of their incorporated for affiliates, and earnings of
unincorporated foreign affiliates, net of corresponding payments. Receipts by US. residents of their share of reinvested earnings of their incorporated foreign affiliates are not induded from 1930 to 1936; corresponding payments are
not induded from 1930 to 1939.




391

378

372

423

342

2. Induded in anthracite mining (line 8).
3. Induded in lumber and basic timber products (line 15).
4. Induded with iron and steel and their products, induding ordnance (line 18).
NOTE.—Estimates in part A of this table are based on the 1942 Standard Industrial Classification (SIC); and est
mates in part B are based on the 1972 SIC.

Table 6.17B.—Corporate Profits Before Tax by Industry: 1948-58
[Millions of dollars]
line
Corporate profits before tax .

1943

1949

1950

1951

1952

1954

1955

1956

1957

1958

35,855

Farms

44,738

40,163

41592

39,210

49,725

50,286

48,876

42,730

28,454

41,929

42,994

38,275

39,794

37,248

47571

47,465

45,784

40,207

163

Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries

43,198

34,594

Domestic industries

29,579

125
121
4

177

155
149

53
46
7

55

48

175
2

49
6

42
6

73
48
25

1,441
369
120
717
235

1,525
387
216
692
230

1296
229
194
699
174

1,004

159

Agricultural services, forestry, and fisheries
Mining
Metal mining
Coalmining
Oil and gas extraction
Nonmetallic minerals, except fuels .
Construction

4
1,516

282
444

1,035
139
166
601
129

72

47

79

6

65
7

40
7

73
6

1501

1,459

1,187

1,027

1,135

297
247
788

309
201
764
185

188
131
701
167

239
90
533
165

233
48
665
189

162
138
568
136

684

636

661

658

707

605

635

563

827

18,987

15,107

24,179

25260

21,033

22,685

20260

27,410

26,420

25,077

19599

Durable goods .
Lumber and wood products
Furniture and fixtures
Stone, clay, and glass products
Primary metal industries
Fabricated metal products
Machinery, except electrical
Electric and electronic equipment
Motor vehicles and equipment
Other transportation equipment
Instruments and related products
Miscellaneous manufacturing industries

9,137
574
180
549
1,841
1,044
1,664
833
1,637
251
203
361

7.710
314
137
520
1,399
709
1284
673
2,032
211
171
260

13,306
699
247
858
2,536
1251
1,895
1,407
3,274
399
301
439

13,957
577
221
888
3,156
1,432
2,529
1,397
2,514
427
410
406

11551
417
206
703
1,931
1,081
2,324
1,469
2,414
583
405
318

12,754
356
174
835
2,554
1,112
2,086
1,459
2,679
767
432
300

10,791
383
166
884
1,749
979
1,746
1217
2,100
816
457
294

15563
571
260
1266
3,114
1217
1,993
1245
4.223
801
494
379

14.194
435
271
1.196
3,101
1253
2,469
1287
2.417
835
541
389

13,908
272
230

9,655
365
169
993
1,888
970
1,521
1290
942
698
495
324

Nondurable goods .
Food and kindred products
Tobacco manufactures
Textile mill products
Apparel and other textile products .
Paper and allied products
Printing and publishing .
PKNMIAHIU
*H!AJ
*
Chemicals and allied products
Petroleum and coal products
ftober and miscellaneous plastics products ....
Leather and leather products

9,850
1,603
238
1,503
304
800
595
1,552
2,882
234

7,397
1557
258
662
180
562
544
1530
1,852
156

10,873
1,872
287
1216
310
1,010
594
2,589
2,388
442
165

11,303
1,657
297
974
180
1,359
636
2,786
2.775
522
117

9,182
1.603
286
518
195
968
643
2,154
2,305
380
130

9,931
1,740
343
526
179
966
657
2,210
2,809
383
118

9,469
1,701
329
335

12226
1.926
411
613
246
1,365
864
2,867
3,325
460
149

11,169
1,873
443
505
205
1,073
868
2.860
2.795
401
146

10,044
2.097
522
434
224
925
757
2.462

2,705
302
126

11,847
1,981
391
605
244
1,159
825
2,921
3,098
463

3,263

2,915

4,296

4,764

4,980

5,076

4,704

1,665
1,155
80
179
135
2
64
50

1,134
647
46
167
138
24
68
44

2,015
1283
56
260
148
87
127
54

1,981
1,150
82
206
234
117
130
62

1,855
1,165
79
195
136
92
126
62

1,662

439
393
46

466
432
34

737
682
55

964
879
85

1,069
978
91

Manufacturing.

Transportation and public utilities .
Transportation
Railroad transportation
Local and interurban passenger transit
Trucking and warehousing
Water transportation
Transportation by air
;
Pipelines, except natural gas
Transportation services
Communications .
Telephone and telegraph

1

Radio and television

180
940
640

2211

850

1,060
2,921
1227
2237
1.512
2.647
930
515
357

2080
418
125

5,834

6,071

5,883

5550

987
382
44
192
65
121
120
63

1,528
761
60
244
139
135
113
76

1,491
747
57
194
188
94
131
80

1,179
616
57
212
95
-12
133
78

347
65
194
64
14
136
61

1238
1,146
92

1.337
1238

1,725
1,563
162

1,857
1,684
173

2,006
1539
167

2,334
2,158
176
2,735

1,000
65
212
117
98
114
56

1,159

1,315

1,544

1,819

2,056

2,176

2,380

2,581

2,723

2698

Wholesale trade

2,477

1592

2,965

2,818

2,019

1,851

1559

2,426

2,677

2,497

2247

Retail trade
finance, Insurance, and real estate .

3,498

2526

3558

2,859

2,615

2,396

2550

2,967

2509

2,775

2,656

3^73

3,940

4,027

4,386

5,026

5503

5510

5,991

6,194

6,465

6590

1,593
228
1,365
383
6
681
69
648
-7

1,667
235
1,432
472
18
1,074

1.796
190
1,606
633
24
742
63
754
15

2,159
294
1,865
701

2,343
346
1,997
925
20
928
74
680
56

2,538
394
2,144
913
30
1,151
75
751
45

2,528
322

2,799
296
2,503
1,146
36
1,077
73
828
32

3,330
468
2,862
1270
27
661
99
713
94

3,672
625
3,047
1,355
34
479
99
695
131

3.605
595
3,010
1.453
46
906
107
802
71

633

578
107
73
136
17
10
129
45
61

565

635
103
73
190
29
11
104

636

604

87
75
196
32
3
81
44
86

686
74
85
234
32
2

815

106
72
184
32
7
95
51

616
84
76
187
23
-11
138
35
84

787

124
73
135
23
13
140
62
63

33
100

85
105
289
33
13
93
39
130

79
115
355
17
9
54
49
137

738
43
119
342
37
-8
23
53
129

1,261

1,125

1269

1,744

1,652
391

1554
429

1,767
498

2249
505

Electric, gas, and sanitary services

Banking .
Federal Reserve banks
Commercial and mutual banks..
Credit agencies other than banks .
Security and commodity brokers ...
durance carriers.,
Insurance agents, b r o i ^ f a n d " s e S ' " ] ! Z
Real estate .
Holding and o'mer"in^im'ent offices'!
Services..
Hotels and oiher i ^ i i i ptaoes "
Personal services
Auto repair, services, and parking..
Miscellaneous repair services

Motion pictures .
Amusement and reaeafen seriices'"
Other services .
Health services
!
Legal sendees
Educational services
Other'
Rest of the world2
Receipts from rest of the world
Less: Payments to rest of the world

-18

102
67
161
25
8
112
24
66

J- Consists of social services, membership organizations, and miscellaneous professional services.
* Consists of receipts by all U.S. residents, including both corporations and persons, of dividends from their
"tcorporatedforeignaffiliates, their share of reinvested esmings of their incorporatedforeignaffiliates, and earnings




66
711
48

2206
1,008
63
1268
78
833
32

126

1,798

2,345
457

1,962

2554

2521

3,092

2523

2288

2,442
480

2.890
536

3,356
535

3,630
538

3,078
555

490

of unincorporated foreign affiliates, net of corresponding payments.
NOTE—Estimates in part A of this table are based on the 1942 Standard Industrial Classification (SIC); and estimates in part B are based on the 1972 SIC.

Table 6.18A.-Federal, State, and Local Corporate Profits Tax Liability by Industry: 1929-47
(Millions of doltars]
Line
Corporate profits tax liability .
Domestic Industries
Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries .
Farms .
Agricultural services, forestry, andfisheries.
Mining
Metal mining
Anthracite mining
Bituminous and other soft coal mining ,
Crude petroleum and natural gas
Nonmetallic mining and quarrying
Contract construction
Manufacturing
Durable goods
.........
Lumber and basic timber products
Furniture andfinishedlumber products
Stone, clay, and glass products
Iron and steel and their products, including
ordnance.
Nonferrous metals and their products
Machinery, except electrical
Electric and electronic equipment
Motor vehicles and equipment
Other transportation equipment
Miscellaneous manufacturing, including
instruments and miscellaneous plastic
products.
Nondurable goods
Food and kindred products
Tobaxo manufactures
Textile mill products
Apparel and other textile products
Paper and allied products
Printing and publishing
Chemicals and allied products
Petroleum and coal products
Rubber products
Leather and leather products

1930

1929

1937j

1936

1935

1934

1933

1932

1931

1943

1942

1941

1940

1939

1938

1945

1944

1946

1947

1

1,369

842

498

385

521

744

951

1,409

1,502

1,029

1*441

2,834

7,610

11,415

14,074

12,949

10,689

9,104

11,268

2

1,369

842

498

385

521

744

951

1,409

1,502

1,029

1,441

2,834

7,610

11,415

14,074

12,949

10,689

9,104

11,268

3

6

3

1

1

2

4

6

9

8

5

7

10

23

39

62

56

61

58

61

4
5

5
1

3
0

1
0

1
0

2
0

4
0

6
0

9
0

7
1

5
0

6
1

9
1

22
1

37
2

59
3

54
2

58
3

55
3

56
3

6

47

20

6

8

10

23

23

40

62

35

43

74

150

199

159

128

108

118

268

7
8
9
10
11

23
2
5
10
7

3
2
3
7
5

1
1
1
0
3

1
0
1
4
2

3
1
1
3
2

7
1
4
8
3

9
0
4
7
3

17
1
4
13
5

36
0
4
16
6

17
0
2
12
4

23
0
3
12
5

42
1
8
14
9

75
2
21
30
22

106
4
36
21
32

55
4
51
26
23

34
6
49
18
21

25
4
38
19
22

23
9
32
28
26

66
10
93
65
34

12

19

18

9

4

4

5

9

13

16

13

14

26

88

192

155

74

59

86

142

255

329

484

720

768

447

741

1,727

5,244

7,301

8,667

7,776

5,903

4,745

6 470

13

618

373

206

132

14
15
16
17
18

328
9
8
20
97

168
3
2
.13
40

64
0
2
6
5

21
0
1
2
3

66
1
3
6
7

118
2
3
11
18

199
3
4
16
35

363
7
10
30
73

440
10
8
31
103

187
4
7
17
28

357
7
12
31
68

1,075
22
21
63
204

3,524
77
63
170
851

4,600
108
78
209
1,302

5,199
100
79
181
1,351

4,450
80
89
138
1,103

2,906
54
74
122
750

1,656
101
92
140
426

3,035
190
109
176
737

19
20
21
22
23
24

25
63
29
49
9
19

11
36
16
29
6
12

6
13
3
20
1
8

5
5
1
-1
1
4

10
10
2
19
1
7

19
26
4
21
2
12

23
38
12
48
2
18

36
73
27
76
7
24

42
101
34
74
14
23

12
45
18
32
10
14

29
66
36
68
20
20

76
235
116
196
104
38

199
744
392
468
452
108

222
1,038
450
204
833
156

284
972
560
195
1,274
203

236
808
526
169
1.135
166

138
543
353
121
607
144

141
338
117
74
63
164

203
593
319
469
64
175

26
27
23
29
30
31
32
33
34
35

290
61
17
31
8
16
33
53
54
7
10

205
60
21
10
3
10
24
42
28
2
5

142
48
22
7
2
6
17
31
3
2
4

111
32
26
5
2
3
11
24
5
0
3

189
62
12
31
6
9
13
38
8
2
8

211
71
17
20
6
15
21
48
4
2
7

285
121
18
25
6
17
25
53
6
5
9

357
105
22
44
10
24
34
77
22
10
9

328
82
22
33
6
28
33
76
36
6
6

260
86
25
16
6
14
24
63
16
5
5

384
112
26
40
10
24
29
102
20
12
9

652
147
40
64
14
59
46
204
50
16
12

1,720
329
69
266
54
183
76
498
141
69
35

2,701
647
93
526
122
210
124
603
214
84
78

3.468
888
100
528
153
242
268
702
293
201
93

3,326
901
86
493
152
247
352
683
130
200
82

2,997
841
65
456
141
203
369
584
91
167
80

3,089
807
68
567
189
223
251
563
202
126
93

3,435
742
77
606
171
360
243
676
389
84
87

36

245

176

125

122

106

150

150

196

224

208

261

412

762

1,657

2,466

2,215

1,602

931

1,047

Transportation
Railroad transportation
Local and interurban passenger transit
Trucking and warehousing
Water transportation
Transportation by air
Pipelines, except natural gas
Transportation services

37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44

135
105
6
4
7
0
9
4

73
52
5
3
5
0
6
2

34
18
4
2
3
0
5
2

27
13
4
2
2
1
3
2

27
12
4
2
3
1
3
2

49
20
6
3
7
0
10
3

52
21
6
3
8
0
11
3

72
35
8
3
10
0
13
3

76
36
6
3
13
1
14
3

59
22
6
5
7
1
13
5

89
39
7
7
12
2
16
6

151
63
10
9
33
4
23
9

330
149
22
19
80
9
33
18

988
705
104
35
72
16
26
30

1,685
1,348
171
35
58
16
27
30

1,415
1,106
159
31
50
8
29
32

812
560
127
25
43
13
20
24

346
151
68
34
51
6
16
20

527
312
47
45
73
2
19
29

Communication
Telephone and telegraph ................
Radio and television broadcasting ,

45
46
47

39
37
2

35
35
0

33
32
1

30
29
1

22
22
0

27
26
1

30
28
2

40
37
3

44
40
4

48
45
3

58
54
4

76
68
8

125
110
15

248
231
17

305
274
31

347
303
44

330
290
40

160
137
23

109
87
22

Electric, gas, and sanitary services
Utilities: electric and gas
Local utilities and public services, n.e.c.

48
49
50

71
68
3

68
65
3

58
56
2

65
63
2

57
55
2

74
71
3

68
65
3

84
81
3

104
101
3

101
98
3

114
111
3

185
180
5

307
300
7

421
413
8

476
465
11

453
442
11

460
450
10

425
416
9

411
401
10

Transportation and public utilities

Wholesale trade

51

52

29

17

15

34

60

64

98

88

52

81

142

451

623

745

733

733

946

1,035

Retail trade and automobile services

52

72

48

41

26

44

60

73

110

113

86

114

187

475

823

1,067

1,155

1*227

1,172

1,264

751

721

Finance, insurance, and real estate
Banking
Security and commodity brokers, and services
Credit agencies (other than banks) and holding
and other investment companies.
Insurance carriers
Insurance agents and brokers, and services .
Real estate
Services
Hotels and other lodging places .
Personal services .
Business services
Miscellaneous repair services .
Motion pictures ,
Amusement and recreation services .
Other services ,
Health services..
Legal services .
Educational services, n.e.c
Social services and membership organizations .....
Rest of the world»

53

282

151

82

68

57

97

125

196

192

154

149

212

336

401

445

509

674

54
55
56

66
41
70

34
9
27

11
2
10

5
2
9

3
4
12

5
3
31

8
7
47

19
11
97

14
2
100

15
2
66

17
2
62

25
4
101

57
3
159

64
2
118

128
9
74

220
7
73

321
18
88

344
13
105

310
6
110

57
58
59

38
5
62

28
4
49

22
3
34

21
3
28

12
2
24

21
3
34

23
3
37

22
3
44

24
3
49

30
4
37

26
4
38

22
7
53

27
12
78

104
15
98

119
12
103

80
12
117

67
11
169

54
15
220

44
21
230

60

28

24

11

9

9

16

17

27

31

29

31

44

81

180

308

303

322

297

260

61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71

2
2
9
1
10
2
2

1
2
7
1
9
2
2

1
1
3
0
4
1
1

1
1
3
0
3
0
1

0
1
3
0
3
1
1

1
1
6
0
4
2
2

1
1
6
0
5
2
2

1
2
8
1
10
3
2

2
2
9
1
10
4
3

2
3
8
0
11
3
2

3
3
8
1
11
3
2

4
5
12
1
14
5
3

8
9
19
3
26
10
6

22
18
26
6
77
12
19

48
24
34
8
149
23
22

48
26
39
8
138
28
16

55
24
45
3
139
44
12

49
24
44
2
127
38
13

46
27
Ad

72

0

.............

0

0

0

0

n.e.c. Not elswhere classified.
1. Consists of receipts by all U.S. residents, including both corporations and persons, of dividends from their
incorporated foreign affiliates, their share of reinvested earnings of their incorporated for affiliates, and earnings of
unincorporated foreign affiliates, net of corresponding payments. Receipts by U.S. residents of their share of reinvest-




90
27
17
if

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

ed earnings of their incorporated foreign affiliates are not included from 1930 to 1936; corresponding payments are
not included from 1930 to 1939,
.
NOTE.-Estimates in part A of this table are based on the 1942 Standard Industrial Classification (SIC): and esn<
mates in part B are based on the 1972 SIC

Table 6.18B.—Federal, State, and Local Corporate Profits Tax Liability by Industry: 1948-58
[Millions of dollars]
Une
Corporate profits tax liability

1948

1949

1950

1951

1952

1953

1954

1955

1956

1957

1958

1

12,421

10,203

17,925

22459

19,399

20,287

17,624

22,041

21,993

21*423

18,964

2

12,421

10,203

17,925

22,559

19,399

20,287

17,624

22,041

21,993

21,423

18,964

Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries
Farms
Agricultural services, forestry, and fisheries

3
4
5

72
69
3

58
50
8

91
88
3

91
88
3

58
54
4

56
52
4

49
45
4

51
48
3

52
50
2

43
42
1

55
55
0

Mining
Metal mining
Coal mining
Oil and gas extraction
Nonmetallic minerals, except fuels

6
7
8

370
77
132
117
44

221
37
50
94
40

384
99
80
142
63

412
125
63
153
71

326
79
37
156
54

230
96
31
46
57

272
91
19
100
62

409
179
34
117
79

437
184
56
119
78

333
106
55
121
51

213
49
33
67
64

Construction

11

253

232

298

347

353

315

322

298

395

457

402

Manufacturing

12

6,996

5,631

10,880

14,304

11,442

12,330

9,743

13,068

12,446

11,748

9,219

Durable goods
Lumber and wood products
Furniture and fixtures
Stone, clay, and glass products
Primary metal industries
Fabricated metal products
Machinery, except electrical
Sectric and electronic equipment
Motor vehicles and equipment
Other transportation equipment
Instruments and related products
Miscellaneous manufacturing industries

13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24

3,543
205
72
213
677
407
655
331
646
109
83
145

3,061
111
55
200
522
288
522
275
820
89
69
110

6,349
282
113
407
1,194
580
884
694
1,668
183
145
199

8,305
246
124
508
1,910
827
1,522
875
1,566
255
253
219

6,874
168
112
387
1,023
601
1,391
912
1,483
380
244
173

7,515
139
95
457
1,379
621
1,236
917
1,730
513
263
165

5,651
146
91
427
876
512
925
656
1,194
430
241
153

7,971
212
129
612
1,538
618
1,052
674
2,251
429
261
195

7,216
155
134
559
1,493
641
1,298
692
1,312
439
292
201

7,083
101
118
484
1,399
628
1,188
812
1,418
479
273
183

4.979
123
89
432
937
503
853
677
567
366
266
166

Nondurable goods
Food and kindred products
Tobacco manufactures
Textile mill products
Apparel and other textile products
Paper and allied products
Pnnting and publishing
Chemicals and allied prodxts
Petroleum and coal products
Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products ....
Leather and leather products

25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35

3,453
668
96
592
125
308
228
619
657
100
60

2,570
631
103
277
83
221
202
618
326
67
42

4,531
849
137
546
136
462
260
1279
574
216
72

5,999
899
173
539
105
824
334
1,749
958
345
73

4,568
887
168
305
100
549
334
1,297
625
236
67

4,815
942
204
307
100
532
349
1,338
742
236
65

4,092
890
174
223
96
479
323
1.158
517
167
65

5,097
1,019
207
320
122
584
412
1,499
606
248
80

5,230
994
219
314
120
680
441
1,488
652
246
76

4,665
979
235
258
105
533
434
1,485
340
224
72

4,240
1,058
276
221
111
469
383
1,272
165
220
65

Domestic industries

Transportation and public utilities

9
10
'

36

1,306

1,157

1,866

2,482

2,644

2,703

2^92

3,028

3,185

3,122

3,151

Transportation
Railroad transportation
Local and interurban passenger transit
Trucking and warehousing
Water transportation
Transportation by air
Pipelines, except natural gas
Transportation services

37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44

680
465
37
63
64
4
26
21

461
267
25
59
58
9
25
18

901
570
32
104
75
39
57
24

1,040
597
46
100
129
66
71
31

1,007
615
48
94
88
58
71
33

911
543
43
100
72
59
63
31

596
266
28
91
54
69
56
32

840
446
34
116
76
75
54
39

839
440
37
104
91
62
65
40

714
361
34
107
93
19
61
39

556
269
37
97
49
18
64
22

Communications
Telephone and telegraph
Radio and television

45
46
47

185
168
17

196
181
15

320
297
23

532
488
44

589
543
46

678
623
55

706
645
61

899
814
85

975
886
89

1,071
974
97

1.227
1,129
98

Electric, gas, and sanitary services

48

441

500

645

910

1,048

1,114

1,190

1,289

1,371

1,337

1,368

Wholesale trade

49

943

624

1,256

1,475

985

916

817

1,119

1,235

1,170

1,000

Retail trade

50

1,259

903

1*447

1,343

1,242

1,169

1,137

1,379

1,384

1,330

1,236

Finance, insurance, and real estate

51

970

1,158

1,455

1,775

2,030

2^50

2,463

2,322

2,441

2,782

3,290

52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60

452
167
285
75
6
116
23
230
68

521
193
328
90
7
255
18
217
50

637
197
440
167
12
235
22
294
88

848
255
593
215
10
254
28
320
100

1,009
292
717
237
16
332
28
308
100

1,121
343
778
256
14
412
30
332
85

1,211
276
935
267
24
474
32
367
88

1,009
252
757
294
27
487
29
396
80

1,206
402
804
318
21
392
38
367
99

1,582
543
1,039
332
26
386
39
340
77

1,809
524
1,285
336
38
599
39
390
79

61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73

252
46
24
52
10
5
71
27
17

219
38
23
52
7
4
59
23
13

248
44
24
68
10
6
52
25
19

330
52
31
100
14
9
59
35
30

319
50
30
94
15
7
51
38
34

318
46
32
101
15
8
45
37
34

329
46
32
98
12
5
65
39
32

367
46
37
122
17
10
63
38
34

418
51
42
141
20
16
59
43
46

438
49
47
167
17
18
39
50
51

398
35
47
162
23
6
34
47
44

74

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Bankir^
Federal Reserve banks
Commercial and mutual banks
Credit agencies other than banks
Security and commodity brokers
Insurance carriers
Insurance agents, brokers, and service
Real estate
Holding and other investment offices
Services
Hotels and other iodging places
Personal services .......
Business services .
Auto repair, services, arid parking
Miscellaneous repair services
Motion pictures
Amusement and recreation services
Other services ...
Health services
Legal services
Educational services
Other1
'est of the world

1-Consists of social services, membership organizations, and miscellaneous professional services.
m,?0TE~Estimates
part A of this table are based on the 1942 Standard Industrial Classification (SIC); and estimates in part B are based on the 1972 SIC.




Table 6.19A.—Corporate Profits After Tax by Industry: 1929-47
[Millions of dollars)

Corporate profits alter tax
Domestic industries
Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries
Farms .
Agricultural services, forestry, and fisheries .
Mining
Metal mining
Anthradte mining
Bituminous and other soft coal mining .
Crude petroleum and natural gas
Nonmetallic mining and quarrying

1930

1929

Line

1941

1942

1943

1944

-141

-1,865

1,207

2,335

3,265

5,522

5,948

3,414

6,187

7,603

10,732

10,632

11,478

11,506

9,332

15,818
15,127

1931

1932

1933

1934

1937

1936

1935

1940

1939

1938

1945

1946

l

9,226

3,449

2

8,994

3,312

-137

-1,831

1,209

2,275

3,106

5,418

5,676

3,113

5,863

7,337

10,341

10,254

11,106

11,083

8,990

3

5

-40

-68

-66

-28

-30

5

12

0

-14

-1

9

32

43

46

44

33

88

4
5

-3
8

-47
7

-69
1

-65
-1

-31
3

-33
3

2
3

7
5

-3
3

-15
1

-2
1

9
0

28
4

34
9

43
3

40
4

31
2

85
3

6

425

106

-82

-33

145

154

282

452

245

303

409

497

399

364

380

303

346

7
6
9
10
11

230
8
11
123
53

40
11
-10
25
40

-46
-12
-27
8
-5

17
-8
-22
-20
0

51
-1
15
70
10

72
-11
4
73
16

119
-6
8
131
30

206
-13
12
212
35

105
-12
-15
150
17

157
-13
10
118
31

197
5
37
139
31

193
13
58
191
42

187
14
71
90
37

122
13
89
108
32

95
16
96
144
29

79
7
75
113
29

56
25
90
115
60

-135

-33
6
-22
-96
10

Contract construction

12

129

100

9

-72

-35

4

22

58

50

25

33

59

117

137

91

53

37

143

Manufacturing

13

4,278

1,301

-504

-1,361

637

1,097

1,684

2,897

3,013

1,192

3,009

3,880

5,725

5,198

5,653

5,650

4,198

7,287

14
15
16
17
18

2,240
103
30
136
759

490
-10
-41
50
242

-$40 -1,348
-85
-83
-78
-62
-22
-74
-152
-309

-251
2
-22
-2
-38

203
-8
-11
37
96

676
12
3
62
160

1,348
49
25
128
322

1,609
68
23
121
428

322
1
9
53
-4

1,305
32
44
131
255

2,034
73
55
145
443

3,097
122
90
187
783

2,669
105
67
138
756

2,882
88
62
112
786

2,921
90
71
95
712

1,745
59
60
92
452

2,011
178
148
236
640

19
20
21
22
23
24

187
432
71
413
35
74

38
144
-46
132
-3
-16

-21
-78
-124
21
-51
-68

-55
-209
-187
-191
-51
-109

49
-44
-162
43
-41
-36

95
88
-153
78
-25
6

115
155
-54
201
-26
48

151
280
14
318
1
60

155
350
63
300
38
63

37
168
-8
36
1
29

126
274
73
263
43
64

147
451
156
337
157
70

187
678
229
400
304
117

143
574
188
134
471
93

201
507
253
137
629
107

192
485
295
135
717
129

122
313
143
49
354
101

250
376
39
46
-90
188

2,038
406
123
147
30
94
230
368
582
16
42

811
309
134
-172
-38
45
152
248
197
-47
-17

136
148
142
-122
-63
-7
80
170
-167
-22
-23

-13
59
148
-129
-72
-53
7
92
-15
-24
-26

888
303
65
170
16
32
66
203
-12
6
39

894
355
109
42
18
61
95
247
-51
-3
21

1,008
294
102
75
20
67
115
262
20
11
42

1,549
437
117
158
47
87
142
318
172
30
41

1,404
282
112
84
25
110
118
312
321
20
20

870
286
112
-20
12
36
76
233
117
12
6

1,704
453
123
145
41
97
116
408
235
47
39

1,846
432
121
163
47
142
129
441
291
48
32

2,628
577
115
354
90
212
137
520
470
86
67

2,529
615
101
331
100
158
137
467
463
95
62

2,771
629
94
301
106
157
214
497
623
86
64

2,729
618
84
291
105
.161
240
455
622
92
61

2,453
590
77
270
108
136
231
391
516
75
59

5,276
1,229
100
842
315
361
410
862
832
182
143

Durable goods
Lumber and basic timber 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 .
Electric and electronic equipment
Motor vehicles and equipment
Other transportation equipment
Miscellaneous manufacturing, including
instruments and miscellaneous plastic
products.
Nondurable goods
Food and kindred products
Tobacco manufactures..
Textile mill products
Apparel and other textile products .
Paper and allied products
Printing and publishing
Chemicals and allied products
Petroleum and coal products
Rubber products
Leather and leather products ....
Transportation and public utilities .

25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35

'

36

1,595

932

364

55

95

269

315

530

622

327

756

940

1,325

1,834

1,991

1,688

1,187

1,159

Transportation
Railroad transportation
Local and interurban passenger transit ,
Tacking and warehousing
Water transportation
Transportation by air
Pipelines, except natural gas
Transportation services

37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44

879
668
45
39
47

356
226
37
26
16
-19
62

-331
-346
-16
10
-8
-3
27
5

-240
-292
-5
17
12
-3
21
10

-201
-279
-11
18
15
-6
58

8

-126
-177
-3
17
3
-9
36
7

-138
-211
-34
21
26
-3
58
5

18
-85
-5
21
31
0
53
3

-9
-104
-27
19
36
-3
66
4

-237
-278
-58
26
11
-2
59
5

74
-56
-40
44
40
6
70
10

185
14
-4
26
57
8
61
23

582
364
5
40
75
11
60
.27

1,124
890
78
45
35
18
32
26

1,220
950
114
36
41
18
33
28

946
685
93
34
39
33
34
28

514
316
74
25
36
21
25
17

219
-48
91
75
71
-26
26
30

Communication
Telephone and telegraph
Radio and television broadcasting

45
46
47

269
249
20

218
221
-3

203
206
-3

135
135
0

115
117
-2

134
126
8

156
145
11

169
152
17

182
164
18

169
156
13

215
198
17

214
193
21

195
175
20

203
188
15

228
207
21

234
208
26

200
176
24

234
197
37

Electric, gas, and sanitary services
Utilities: electric and gas ..
Local utilities and public services, n.e.c.

48
49
50

447

358
332
26

287
271
16

251
228
23

220
186
34

336
308
28

297
269
28

343
322
21

449
426
23

395
380
15

467
446
21

541
519
22

548
524
24

507
487
20

543
505
38

508
479
29

473
451
22

706
688
18

-G

77
9

415
32

4

Wholesale trade

51

353

23

-104

-163

129

261

280

428

360

184

354

426

654

543

538

571

582

1,543

Retail trade and automobile services .

52

575

159

-83

-299

111

364

414

567

505

307

504

583

838

827

695

879

937

2,083

Finance, Insurance, and real estate ....

53

1,478

620

391

293

406

139

193

583

612

812

841

949

1,027

1,100

1,271

1,548

1,448

1,991

54
55
56

937
182
84

762
-187
-58

664
-214
-58

571
-45
-64

533
-97
-91

417
4
-158

458
-18
-133

510
21
-148

556
-51
-115

534
-11

552
12
-60

605
0
0

646
-1
19

625
-5
95

741
82

846
14
69

887
21
60

1,043
13
102

57
58
59

199
29
47

109
22
-28

118
24
-143

160
25
-354

414
20
-373

216
23
-363

166
20
-300

340
20
-160

317
19
-114

393
18
-41

346
20
-29

333
20
-9

285
24
54

324
16
45

298
14
130

410
15
194

286
13
181

457
33
343

60

156

111

-7

-136

61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71

10
32
47

-4

-24
15
17
2
-2
-14
-1

Banking
Security and commodity brokers, and services
Credit agencies {other than banks) and holding
and olher investment companies.
Insurance carriers
Insurance agents and brokers, and services
Real estate
Services.
Hotels and other lodging places .
Personal services .
Business services
Miscellaneous repair services
Motion pictures
Amusement and recreation services ,
Other services
Health services
Legal services .
Educational services, n.e.c
Social services and membership organizations
Rest of the world1 .

72

26
42

5

4

49
5

42
-5
6

8

-73

26

39

61

62

35

82

126

173

257

270

265

487

-34
3

-30
12
5

-24
25
27

2
-86
-21
-5

2
-43
-15
-4

-23
23
25
3
8

19
7
3

-23
23
27
3
23
7
2

-30
10
23
2
28
2

-23
15
33
1
30
6

-11
16
29
2
39
5

-7

5

-23
22
24
5
-2
-1

0

2

2

5

13
27
30
6
80
7
10

47
32
36
5
107
12
18

53
36
40
5
109
15
12

54
32
43
4
100
27
5

84
50
71
6
179
56
41

266

391

378

372

423

342

691

1

2
1

4

137

-4

-34

-2

60

159

104

272

64

21
37
5
56
9

—

™

232

6

301

324

?
^
HQ
* ^ ^
^ , .
^ . ,
foreign
affiliates are not induded from 1930 to 1936; corresponding payments are not included from 1930 to 1939.
1. Consitts of receipts by all U.S. residents of dividends from their incorporated foreign affiliates, their share
NOTE.-Estimates in part A of this table are based on the 1942 Standard Industrial Classification (SIC); and estiof reinvested earnings of their incorporated foreign affiliates, and earnings of unincorporated foreign affiliates, net
mates in part B are based on the 1972S1C
utanoara inausinai uassmcawn
of corresponding payments. Receipts by U.S. residents of their share of reinvested earnings of their incorporated




Table 6.198.—Corporate Profits After Tax by Industry: 1948-58
[Millions of dollars]
Line
Corporate profits after tax .

1948

1949

1950

1952

1951

1953

1954

1955

1956

1957

1

23,434

19,376

25,273

22,179

20,764

21,305

21,586

27,684

28,293

27,453

2

22,173

18,251

24,004

20,435

18,876

19,507

19,624

25,330

25,472

24,361

Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries
Farms
Agricultural services, forestry, and fisheries .,

3
4
5

91
90
1

67
71
-4

86
87
-1

64
61
3

14
11
3

-9
-12
3

30
28
2

2
-2
4

3
-1
4

5
0
5

Mining
Metal mining
Coalmining
Oil and gas extraction
Nonmetallic minerals, except fuels

6
7
8
9
10

1,146
205
312
535
94

814
102
116
507
89

1,117
198
167
646
106

1,047
184
138
611
114

861
109
94
545
113

797
143
59
487
108

863
142
29
565
127

1,032
190
86
600
156

1,088
203
160
573
152

963
123
139
578
123

Construction

11

431

404

363

311

354

290

313

265

432

471

Manufacturing

12

11,991

9,476

13,299

10,956

9,591

10,355

10,517

14,342

13,974

13,329

Durable goods .
Lumber and wood products .
Furniture and fixtures..
Stone, clay, and glass products
Primary metal industries .
Fabricated metal products
Machinery, except electrical
Electric and electronic equipment
Motor vehicles and equipment
Other transportation equipment
Instruments and related products
Miscellaneous manufacturing industries

13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24

5,594
369
108
336
1,164
637
1,009
502
991
142
120
216

4,649
203
82
320
877
421
762
398
1,212
122
102
150

6,957
417
134
451
1,342
671
1,011
713
1,606
216
156
240

5,652
331
97
380
1,246
605
1,007
522
948
172
157
187

4,977
249
94
316
908
480
933
557
931
203
161
145

5,239
217
79
378
1.175
491
850
542
949
254
169
135

5,140
237
75
457
873
467
821
561
906
386
216
141

7,592
359
131
654
1,576
599
941
571
1,972
372
233
184

6,978
280
137
637
1,608
612
1.171
595
1.105
396
249
188

6,825
171
112
576
1,522
599
1,049
700
1,229
451
242
174

Nondurable goods .
Food and kindred products
Tobacco manufactures
Textile milt products
Apparel and other textile products .
Paper and allied products
Printing and publishing
Chemicals and allied products
Petroleum and coal products
Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products ....
Leather and leather products .............

25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35

6,397
935
142
911
179
492
367
933
2,225
134
79

4,827
926
155
385
97
341
342
912
1,526
89
54

6,342
1,023
150
670
174
548
334
1,310
1,814
226
93

5,304
758
124
435
75
535
302
1,037
1,817
177
44

4,614
716
118
213
95
419
309
857
1,680
144
63

5,116
798
139
219
79
434
308
872
2,067
147
53

5,377
811
155
112
84
461
317
1,053
2,188
135
61

6,750
962
184
285
122
575
413
1.422
2,492
215
80

6,996
932
192
299
126
685
423
1,379
2.673
214
73

6,504
894
208
247
100
540
434
1,375
2,455
177
74

Domestic industries

.

Transportation and public utilities .

36

1,957

1,758

2,430

2,282

2,336

2,373

2,212

2,806

2£86

2,761

Transportation .,
Railroad transportation
Local and interurban passenger transit
Trucking and warehousing
Water transportation
Transportation by air....
Pipelines, except natural gas
Transportation services

37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44

985
690
43
116
71
-2
38
29

673
380
21
108
80
15
43
26

1.114
713
24
156
73
48
70
30

941
553
36
106
105
51
59
31

848
550
31
101
48
34
55
29

751
457
22
112
45
39
51
25

391
116
16
101
11
52
64
31

688
315
26
128
63
60
59
37

652
307
20
90
97
32
66
40

465
255
23
105
2
-31
72
39

Communications
Telephone and telegraph
Radio and television

45
46
47

254
225
29

270
251
19

417
385
32

432
391
41

480
435
45

560
523
37

631
593
38

826
749
77

882
798
84

935
865
70

718

815

899

909

1,008

1,062

1,190

1,292

1,352

1,361

Wholesale trade

49

1,534

968

1,709

1,343

1,034

935

842

1,307

1,442

1,327

Retail trade

50

2,239

1,623

2,111

1,516

1,373

1,227

1,213

1,588

1,525

1,445

Finance, Insurance, and real estate .

51

2,403

2,782

2,572

2,611

2,996

3,253

3,347

3,669

3,753

3,683

52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60

1,141
61
1,060
308
0
565
46
418
-75

1,146
42
1,104
382
11
819
41
451
-68

1,159
-7
1,166
466
12
507
41
460
-73

1,311
39
1,272
486
-1
438
38
391
-52

1,334
54
1,280
688
4
596
46
372
-44

1,417
51
1,366
657
16
739
45
419
-40

1,317
46
1,271
741
39
794
46
466
-56

1,790
44
1,746
852
9
590
44
432
-48

2.124
66
2.058
952
6
269
61
346
-5

2,090
82
2,008
1,023
8
93
60
355
54

61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73

381
78
49
83
13
8
69
35
46

359
69
50
84
10
6
70
22
48

317
58
43
93
15
2
60
-1
47

305
51
42
90
15
2
45
3
57

317
56
42
90
17
0
44
13
55

286
41
43
95
17
-5
36
7
52

287
38
44
89
11
-16
73
-4
52

319
28
48
112
15
-8
63
-5
66

369
34
63
148
13
-3
34
-4
84

377
30
68
188
0
-9
15
-1
86

74

1,261

1,125

1,269

1,744

1,888

1,798

1,962

2,354

2£21

3,092

75
76

1,652
391

1,554
429

1,767
498

2,249
505

2,345
457

2J2&3
490

2,442
480

2,890
536

3.356
535

3,630
538

Electric, gas, and sanitary services

Banking
Federal Reserve banks .
Commercial and mutual banks
Credit agencies other than banks
Security and commodity brokers
Insurance carriers.,
Insurance agents, brokers, and service""".1"
Real estate .
Holding and other iiWestme^
Services
Hotels and other lodging places
Personal services
........
»services
forto repair, services, and parking .,
Miscellaneous repair services
Motion pictures .
Amusement and recreaton services !
Other services
Health services
Legal services .
Educational services .
Other'
Rwtot the world 2
Receipts from rest of the world
Less: Payments to rest of the world .

48

'

.....................

.........

!• Consists of social services, membership organizations, and miscellaneous professional services.
2.. Consists of receipts by all U.S. residents of dividends from their incorporated foreign affiliates, their share
or reinvested earnings of their incorporated foreign affiliates, and earnings of unincorporated foreign affiliates, net




of corresponding payments.
NOT?.—Estimates in part A of this table are based on the 1942 Standard Industrial Classification (SIC); and estimates in part B are based on the 1972 SIC.

Table 6.20A.—Net Corporate Dividend Payments by Industry: 1929-47
[Millions of dollars]
Line

1930

1929

1933

1932

1934

1935

1936

1937

1939

1938

1940

1941

1942

1943

1944

1945

1946

1947

1

;

2,544

2,038

2567

2,844

4,523

4,660

3,165

3,766

4,018

4,432

4,256

4,453

4,637

4,653

5,625

6,323

4,070

2578

2,040

2507

2,685

4,419

4538

2,918

3582

3,784

4,201

4,031

4,215

4,344

4,425

5200

5,634

8

3

13

6

-1

16

17

33

26

10

14

18

21

21

26

23

13

21

44

3
5

-1
4

11
2

5
1

-2
1

15
1

15
2

31
2

24
2

9
1

12
2

16
2

18
3

19
2

22
4

21
2

12
1

17
4

41
3

6

Mining

4,066

5,331

4
5

Farms
Agricultural services, forestry, and fisheries

5,468

5,569

3

Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries

5501

2

Net corporate dividends
Domestic Industries

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

1931

309

207

111

69

58

160

122

161

226

155

159

216

233

206

150

112

95

105

145

7
8
9
10
11

185
16
27
49
32

85
13
24
63
22

35
9
16
31
20

10
6
7
34
12

11
1
4
34
8

28
3
28
89
12

35
3
11
56
17

72
3
16
49
21

121
1
12
70
22

62
1
7
71
14

91
0
9
42
17

105
3
15
75
18

101
4
16
92
20

139
7
21
21
18

65
6
23
37
19

53
7
23
11
18

36
6
26
10
17

40
13
28
2
22

63
10
37
4
31

Contract construction

12

60

67

40

19

19

14

19

33

39

20

21

21

26

24

22

20

17

28

34

Manufacturing

13

2,548

2,461

1,831

1,089

974

1,150

1,449

2,254

2^80

1,181

1,701

1,874

2,195

2,066

2,210

2,281

2,314

2,626

3,052

14
15
16
17
18

1,335
69
26
83
345

1,139
46
17
73
319

764
20
11
53
177

364
8
7
27
80

274
9
4
22
35

466
23
7
39
97

631
21
9
50
217

1,060
32
19
95
191

1,172
37
20
101
251

428
14
18
45
81

786
23
24
79
140

962
34
25
83
164

1,164
50
27
94
236

990
42
23
61
266

1,047
37
23
61
266

1,082
34
24
51
280

1,100
37
21
57
274

1,120
43
35
80
255

1,375
60
46
90
328

19
20
21
22
23
24

106
256
90
245
40
75

79
214
81
205
39
66

58
137
65
168
25
50

42
70
22
70
10
28

40
47
24
64
3
26

67
80
21
74
26
32

60
102
10
77
25
60

124
178
79
255
23
64

122
216
108
213
38
66

29
138
58
2
12
31

56
151
94
145
32
42

51
196
129
179
63
38

60
233
128
203
83
50

58
206
85
42
171
36

79
184
118
30
212
37

90
180
103
27
257
36

88
174
117
20
267
45

92
208
110
139
78
80

121
268
143
186
66
67

25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35

1,213
297
83
134
36
56
• 126
208
219
23
31

1,322
322
95
97
26
51
123
262
292
21
33

1,067
260
99
76
18
36
93
193
248
18
26

725
197
92
45
9
20
58
168
105
12
19

700
189
86
49
8
27
34
172
112
5
18

684
240
89
79
11
37
64
153
-6
-3
20

818
244
78
75
15
43
69
258
12
4
20

1,194
335
97
119
27
58
101
242
161
28
26

1,108
294
97
118
22
72
90
250
116
24
25

753
253
90
43
14
38
62
169
55
11
18

915
271
88
66
17
47
73
248
63
21
21

912
267
84
72
18
57
72
248
59
15
20

1,031
293
89
103
22
82
69
251
72
24
26

1,076
280
66
99
20
64
62
229
214
18
24

1,163
302
62
105
26
70
77
256
211
28
26

1,199
298
67
110
26
65
92
259
225
31
26

1,214
310
61
109
24
69
87
286
209
34
25

1,506
385
67
196
50
92
121
323
201
39
32

1,677
412
73
234
48
129
119
356
239
26
41

Durable goods
Lumber and basic timber 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
Electric and electronic equipment
Motor vehicles and equipment
Other transportation equipment
Miscellaneous manufacturing, including
instruments and miscellaneous plastic
products.
Nondurable goods
Food and kindred products
Tobacco manufactures
Textile milt products
Apparel and other textile products
Paper and allied products
Printing and publishing
Chemicals and allied products
Petroleum and coal products
Rubber products
leather and leather products

36

1,193

1,432

1,146

852

662

849

960

932

975

843

908

940

942

820

844

911

910

946

924

Transportation
Railroad transportation
Local and interurban passenger transit
Trucking and warehousing
Water transportation
Transportation by air
Pipelines, except natural gas
Transportation services

37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44

565
297
115
12
29
0
92
20

576
348
79
11
30
0
90
18

376
217
66
8
20
0
49
16

176
25
64
8
12
0
53
14

123
19
55
7
8
0
23
11

232
77
50
7
24
3
59
12

318
71
56
8
56
3
112
12

285
117
35
9
40
3
66
15

285
123
31
9
41
2
64
15

173
44
16
11
20
1
64
17

227
76
15
14
32
0
69
21

257
113
19
12
42
1
50
20

269
82
23
13
50
3
78
20

231
130
22
16
27
4
17
15

254
149
28
12
22
8
19
16

289
188
28
12
23
6
17
15

289
202
28
11
20
5
10
13

276
165
48
15
23
1
13
11

232
125
33
16
33
-1
15
11

Communication
Telephone and telegraph
Radio and television broadcasting

45
46
47

165
161
4

202
196
6

220
215
5

192
191
1

190
189
1

189
186
3

197
189
8

183
172
11

189
177
12

195
186
9

184
173
11

186
174
12

187
173
14

193
184
9

182
170
12

192
180
12

198
188
10

197
184
13

181
169
12

Electric, gas, and sanitary services
Utilities: electric and gas
local utilities and public services, n.e.c.

48
49
50

463
449
14

654
601
53

550
526
24

484
471
13

349
333
16

428
411
17

445
428
17

464
446
18

501
485
16

475
459
16

497
482
15

497
482
15

486
471
15

396
385
11

408
399
9

430
420
10

423
413
10

473
462
11

511
501
10

Transportation and public utilities

Wholesale trade

51

187

171

132

70

60

159

192

267

257

110

154

148

199

168

173

177

174

287

315

Retail trade and automobile services

52

344

297

242

139

112

168

225

376

347

236

270

282

299

276

309

309

321

513

527

Finance, insurance, and real estate
Banking
Security and commodity brokers, and services
Credit agencies (other than banks) and holding
and other investment companies.
Insurance carriers
Insurance agents and brokers, and services
Real estate
Services
Hotels and other lodging places
Personal services
Business services
Miscellaneous repair services
Motion pictures
Amusement and recreation services
Other services
Health services
Legal services
Educational services, n.e.c.
Social services and membership organizations ,,
Rest of the world1

53

832

614

503

299

135

-42

-331

294

311

303

295

220

215

389

401

432

495

536

463

54
55
56

411
5
0

392
6
-81

339
5
-91

250
5
-90

137
4
-94

167
4
-352

172
4
-691

172
19
-84

178
-1
-77

188
6
-60

196
3
-87

208
12
-174

212
6
-175

200
-1
68

215
_5
32

237
-2
56

265
-3
82

270
5
98

292
-2
39

57
58
59

60
16
340

42
15
240

44
16
190

9
8
117

5
7
76

3
8
128

20
10
154

5
9
173

4
10
197

28
11
130

35
10
138

16
12
146

1
13
158

_5
8
119

21
g
129

-10
8
143

6
7
138

-40
11
192

-69
15
188

60

88

79

52

35

21

33

32

69

77

60

60

65

71

61

80

79

86

138

130

61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71

6
11
37
3
17
11
3

4
7
24
2
33
8
1

2
5
13
1
26
4
1

1
3
16
1
10
2
2

0
2
11
0
5
1
2

0
2
17
1
7
3
3

-1
3
16
1
6
4
3

0
5
25
1
26
8
4

0
5
29
1
28
9
5
....

2
6
21
1
21
6
3

4
7
22
1
15
6
5

4
7
25
1
18
6
4

5
7
23
•j

5
7
15

Q

s
s
18
^

24
8
3

26
4
4

35
5
5

8
10
18
1
32
6
4

9
10
19
1
34
10
3

17
13
25
1
59
17
6

15
11
28
1
53
16
6

72

232

104

122

247

184

234

231

225

238

293

228

425

689

R.:R.

137

-A

-34

-2

60

n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified.
1 Consists of receipts by all U.S. residents of dividends paid by the incorporated foreian affiliates and of earnings
of their unincorporated foreign affiliates, net of the corresponding payments. Estimates for 1929 include reinvested
earnings of incorporated affiliates. For other years, reinvested earnings are included in undistributed profits in




159

table 6.21.
NOTE.-Btimates in part A of this table are based on the 1942 Standard Industrial Classification (SIC); and estiv
mates in part B are based on the 1972 SIC
^ ^

Table 6.20B.—Net Corporate Dividend Payments by Industry: 1948-58
[Millions of dollars]
Line
Net corporate dividends
Domestic industries

1948

1949

7,030

7,222

Mining
Metal mining
Coal mining
Oil and gas extraction
Nonmetallic minerals, except fuels .
Construction

1954

1955

1957

1958

8327

8385

8,875

9304

10376

11,435

11,846

11,617

7,486

7,740

7382

8397

9,622

9360

9,883

31

31

30
1

45
43
2

51
48
3

60
57
3

39
37
2

215

196
67
58
40
31

306
104
57
104
41

306

316
72
45
152
47

75

67

92
69
21
33

1956

7,465

47
45
2

62

Manufacturing .

1953

1952

8,841
7357

6,194

Agriculture,forestry,and fisheries
Farms
Agricultural services, forestry, and fisheries

1951

1950

107
47
111
41

28
3

28
27
1

25
24

341

437

426

450

76
31
194
40

92
23
278

138
31
205
52

159
42
197
52

44

1

30
30
0

33

33
0

294
95
34
119
46

409

67
54

71

3354

3,462

4365

3,861

3333

4338

3,959

4381

5,005

5345

4332

Durable goods
Lumber and wood products
Furniture and fixtures
Stone, clay, and glass products ....
Primary metal industries
Fabricated metal products
Machinery, except electrical
Electric and electronic equipment .
Motor vehicles and equipment
Other transportation equipment
Instruments and related products ..
Miscellaneous manufacturing industries.,

1,539
87
31
104
270
179
288
137
243
84
44
72

1,702
72
29
116
270
171
280
140
430
48
65

2,378
98
39
143
408
197
334
220
717
92
59
71

2,026
95
30
137
368
198
320
208
460
89
54
67

2,027
83
29
140
359
183
328
229
457
95
67
57

2,101
70
29
163
379
183
325
259
462
108
71
52

2,159
74
28
178
345
187
300
269
514
134
76
54

2,649
89
34
192
506
196
309
302
704
156
97
64

2,749
87
35
245
494
200
340
342
668
161
105
72

2,813
76
39
232
532
214
372
333
673
159
113
70

2.604
77
28
227
495
195
324
328
601
156
109
64

Nondurable goods
Food and kindred products
Tobacco manufactures
Textile mill products
Apparel and other textile products .
Paper and allied products
Printing and publishing
Chemicals and allied products .
Petroleum and coal products
Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products ....
Leather and leather products

1.715
407
84
254
55
145
131
339
243
18
39

1,760
391
88
190
42
118
122
390
354
29
36

1387
415
90
219
46
154
120
503
279
25
36

1,835
426
89
213
34
185
108
456
285
6
33

1306
408
91
163
31
170
107
483
294
30
29

1,937
467
94
151
30
194
112
450
392
20
27

1300
417
98
119
27
202
111
550
208
41
27

2,032
427
135
27
220
125
668
254
45
31

2256
406
115
137
28
267
131
681
399
60
32

2,432
440
121
136
21
255
145
713
504
66
31

2,328
452
138
111
23
243
146
710
409
61
35

1,719

1377

2,161

2332

2,463

2399

260
29
27
32
9
31

387
266
33
24
28
10
14
12

466
305
29
29
49
13
25
16

484
332
31
27
29
14
31
20

480
333
25
30
30
10
32
20

459
282
29
28
30
11
57

462
455
7

513
501
12
1.182

621
605
16
1J227

700
676
24
1283

724
704
20
1,416
227

Transportation and public utilities

81

1,052

1,104

1,387

1329

1,636

Transportation
Railroad transportation
Local and interurban passenger transit
Trucking and warehousing
Water transportation
—
Transportation by air..
Pipelines, except natural gas .
Transportation services

296
197
30
19
31
-1
9

256
152
29
21
30
-2
15

350
200
27
26
34
5
47

375
250
31
22
39
7

11

11

11

10

358
241
33
20
36
8
10
10

Communications
Telephone and telegraph
Radio and television .
Electric, gas, and sanitary services .

217
208
9
539

236
231
5
612

289
273
16
748

321
314

Wholesale trade

365

316

379

349

Retail trade

558

511

582

545

Finance, insurance, and real estate .

512

551

691

617

296
12
284
95
-2
-64
16
195
-24

328
12
316
89
-3
-29
12
201
-47

380
13
367
110
-42
14
209
23

374
14
360
109
-5
-132
12
194
65

129

137

19
13
27
2
1
45
15
7

16
13
32
2
1
52
15
6

121
19
14
32
3
2
29
16
6

131
17
11
30
2
3
43
17
8

133
24

836

832

984

1,071
235

1,118
286

1392
308

Banking
Federal Reserve banks
IZ.Z..1
Commercial and mutual banks
Credit agencies other than banks ....
Security and commodity brokers
Insurance carriers .
Insurance agents, brokers, S"service "
Real estate
Holding and other investment offices
Services..
Hotels and other lodging places
Personal services
Business services
Auto repair, services, and parking ..
Miscellaneous repair services
Motion pictures .
Amusement and recreation services .
Other services
Health services
Legal services .
Educational services .
Other1
Rest of the world
2

Receipts from rest of the world
Less: Payments to rest of the world3 .

1 • Consists of social services, membership organizations, and miscellaneous professional services.
2. Consists of receipts by all U.S. residents of dividends paid by their incorporatedforeignaffiliates and remitted
earnings of their unincorporated foreign affiliates. Prior to 1982, also includes reinvested earnings of unincorporated
foreign affiliates.
3. Consists of payments by incorporated U.S. affiliates of-dividends paid to foreign residents and earnings of




16

7

833

361
353
8
917
311
529
615

11
415
409
6
905

1,028

100

22

214

246

250

507

543

554

552

531

689

761

819

923

967

576
20
556
215
-1
-345
9
189
280

642
21
621

243

217

423
16
407
179
-4
-127
13
192
13

453
16
437
173
-3
-192
10
171
84

498
18
480
166
-3
-266
9
179
178

520
19
501
173
-7
-335

108
16
11
31
6
1
21
14
8

105

16
12
28
2
1
19
19

112
27
13
31
3
3
10
16

122
22
16
34
5
2
14
18
It

121

12
31
2
2
36
16
10

1,162

1399

1,135

1422

1379

1313

1386

1,734

1.498
336

1.422
323

1.462
327

1,740
318

1,928
349

2.181
368

2267
381

2,133

394
15
379
142
0
-166
9
182
54

11
204
253

19
14
47
5
2
8
14
12

186
1
-334
8
199
265
116
14

11
46
8
1
10
14
12

unincorporated U.S. affiliates remitted toforeignresidents. Prior to 1980, also includes reinvested earrings of unincorporated U.S. affiliates.
NOTE—Estimates in part A of (his table are based on the 1942 Standard Industrial Classification (SiC); and estimates in part B are based on the 1972 SIC.

Table 6.21 A.—Undistributed Corporate Profits by Industry: 192&-47
[Millions of dollars]
Line
Undistributed corporate profits .
Domestic Industries
Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries .
Farms .
Agricultural services, forestry, and fisheries .....
Mining
Metal mining
Anthracite mining .
Bituminous and other soft coal mining
Crude petroleum and natural gas
Nonmetallic mining and quarrying

1934

1933

1932

1931

1935

1

3,425 -2,019 -4,207 -4,409

-831

-232

3,425 -2,019 -4,207 -4,409

-831

1937

1936

421

999

1,288

1946

1947

3,585

6,300

6,376

7,025

6,869

4,679

10,193

14,335
14,038

1941

1940

1943

1945

2,421

1939

1942

1944

249

1938

-232

421

999

1,138

195

2,281

3,553

6,140

6,223

6,891

6,739

4,565

9,927

3

-3

-43

-81

-72

-27

-46

-12

-21

-26

-24

-15

-9

11

22

20

21

20

67

52

4
5

-6
3

-46
3

-80
-1

-70
-2

-29
2

-48
2

-13
1

-24
3

-27
1

-24
0

-14
-1

-7
-2

10
1

15
7

21
-1

19
2

19
1

68
-1

53
-1

6

116

-101

-246

-151

-91

-15

32

121

226

90

144

193

264

193

214

268

208

241

575

7
8
9
10
11

45
-8
-16
74
21

-45
-2
-34
-38
18

-68
-3
-38
-127
-10

-56
-18
-34
-26
-17

6
-9
-?fi
-54

23
-4
-13
-19
-2

37
-14
-7
17
-1

47

85
-14
0
142
13

43
-13
-22
79
3

66
-13
1
76
14

92
2
22
64
13

92
9
42
99
22

48
7
50
69
19

57
7
66
71
13

42
9
73
133
11

43
1
49
103
12

16
12
62
113
38

86
15
197
229
48

69

33

-31

-91

-54

-10

3

25

11

5

12

38

91

113

69

33

20

115

224

1,730 -1,160 - 2 ^ 3 5

-2,450

-437

-53

235

643

733

11

1,308

2,006

3,530

3,132

3,443

3,369

1,884

4,661

7,729

-1,404 -1,712
-93
-103
-73
-85
-101
-75
-329
-389

-525
-7
-26
-24
-73

-263
-31
-18
-2
-1

45
-9
-6
12
-57

288
17
6
33
131

437
31
3
20
177

-106
-13
-9
8
-85

519
9
20
52
115

1,072
39
30
62
279

1,933
72
63
93
547

1,679
63
44
77
490

1,835
51
39
51
520

1,839
56
47
44
432

645
22
39
35
178

891
135
113
156
385

3,321
284
130
196
882

12

Manufacturing

13

Nondurable goods .
Food and Kindred products ..
Tobacco manufactures....
Textile mill products —
Apparel and other textile products
Paper and allied products
Printing and publishing
Chemicals and allied products
Petroleum and coal products
Rubber products
Leather and leather products ....

1930-

2

Contract construction

Durable goods .
Lumber and basic timber products
..
Furniture and finished lumber products Stone, day, and glass products
Iron and steel and their products, including
ordnance.
Nonferrous metals and their products
Machinery, except electrical
«...
Electric and electronic equipment
Motor vehides and equipment .
Other transportation equipment
Miscellaneous manufacturing, inducting
instruments and miscellaneous plastic
products.

1929

-8
82
9

14
15
16
17
18

905
34
4
53
414

-649
-56
-58
-23
-77

19
20
21
22
23
24

81
176
-19
168
-5
-1

-41
-70
-127
-73
-42
-82

-79
-215
-189
-147
-76
-118

-97
-279
-209
-261
-61
-137

9
-91
-186
-21
-44
-62

28
8
-174
4
-51
-26

55
53
-64
124
-51
-12

27
102
-65
63
-22
-4

33
134
-45
87
0
-3

8
30
-66
34
-11
-2

70
123
-21
118
11
22

96
255
27
158
94
32

127
445
101
197
221
67

85
368
103
92
300
57

122
323
135
107
417
70

102
305
192
108
460
93

34
139
26
29
87
56

158
168
-71
-93
-168
108

262
627
321
581
-129
167

25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35

825
109
40
13
-6
38
104
160
363
-7
11

-511
-13
39
-269
-64

-931
-112
43
-198

188
114
-21
121
8
5
32
31
-124
1
21

210
115
20
-37
7
24
31
94
-45
0
1

190
50
24
0
5
24
46
4
8
7
22

355
102
20
39
20
29
41
76
11
2
15

296
-12
15
-34
3
38
28
62
205
-4
-5

117
33
22
-63
-2
-2
14
64
62
1
-12

789
182
35
79
24
50
43
160
172
26
18

934
165
37
91
29
85
57
193
232
33
12

1,597
284
26
251
68
130
68
269
398
62
41

1,453
335
35
232
80
94
75
238
249
77
38

1,608
327
32
196
80
87
137
241
412
58
38

1,530
320
17
181
79
96
148
196
397
61
35

1,239
280
16
161
84
67
144
105
307
41
34

3.770
844
33
646
265
269
289
539
631
143
111

4,408
699
37
705
244
455
270
677
1,128
99
94

29
-14
-95
-68
-50

-43
-13
-23
-415
-40
-49

-738
-138
56
-174
-81
-73
-51
-76
-120
-36
-45

36

402

-500

-782

-797

-567

-580

-645

-402

-353

-516

-152

0

383

1,014

1,147

777

277

213

585

Transportation
Railroad transportation
Local and interurban passenger transit .
Trucking and warehousing
Water transportation ..
Transportation by air
Pipelines, except natural gas
Transportation services

37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44

314
371
-70
27
18
-6
-15
-11

-220
-122
-42
15
-14
-19
-28
-10

-502
-394
-69
9
-17
-9
-13
-9

-507
-371
-80
2
-20
-3
-26
-9

-363
-311
-60
10
4
-3
-2
-1

-433
-356
-61
11
-9
-9
-1
-8

-456
-282
-90
13
-30
-6
-54
-7

-267
-202
^40
12
-9
-3
-13
-12

-294
-227
-58
10
-5
-5
2
-11

—410
-322
-74
15
-9
-3
-5
-12

-153
-132
-55
30
8
6
1
-11

-72
-99
-23
14
15
7
11
3

313
282
-18
27
25
8
-18
7

893
760
56
29
8
14
15
11

966
801
86
24
19
10
14
12

657
497
65
22
16
27
17
13

225
114
46
14
16
16
15
4

-57
-213
43
60
48
-27
13
19

423
272
-11
77
66
-38
22
35

Communication .
Telephone and telegraph
Radio and television broadcasting .

45
46
47

104
88
16

16
25
-9

-17
-9

-57
-56
-1

-75
-72
-3

-55
-60
5

—41
-44
3

-14
-20
6

-7
-13
6

-26
-30
4

31
25
6

28
19
9

8
2
6

10
4
6

46
37
9

42
28
14

2
-12
14

37
13
24

-8
-29
21

Electric, gas, and sanitary services ....
Utilities: electric and gas..
Local utilities and public services, n.e.c. .

48
49
50

-16
-34
18

-296
-269
-27

-263
-255
-8

-233
-243
10

-129
-147
18

-92
-103
11

-148
-159
11

-121
-124
3

-52
-59
7

-80
-79
-1

-30
-36
6

44
37
7

62
53
9

111
102
9

135
106
29

78
59
19

50
38
12

233
226
7

170
128
42

Transportation and public utilities .

Wholesale trade

51

166

-148

-236

-233

69

102

88

161

103

74

200

278

455

375

365

394

408

1,256

1,390

Retail trade and automobile services

52

231

-138

-325

-438

-1

196

189

191

158

71

234

301

539

551

586

570

616

1,570

1,783

Finance, insurance, and real estate

53

646

6

-112

-6

271

181

524

289

301

509

546

729

812

711

870

1,116

953

1,455

1,389

54
55
56

526
177
84

370
-193
23

325
-219
33

321
-50
26

396
-101
3

250
0
194

286
-22
558

338
2
-64

378
-50
-38

346
-17
-21

356
9
27

397
-12
174

434
-7
194

425
-4
27

526
11
50

609
16
13

622
24
-22

773
8
4

744
1
129

57
58
59

139
13
-293

67
7
-268

74
8
-333

151
17
-471

409
13
-449

213
15
-491

146
10
-454

335
11
-333

313
9
-311

365
7
-171

311
10
-167

317
8
-155

284
11
-104

329
8
-74

277
5
1

420
7
51

280
6
43

497
22
151

252
29
234

Banking
Security and commodity brokers, and services ...
Credit agendes (other than banks) and holding
and other investment companies.
Insurance carriers .
Insurance agents and brokers, and services .
Real estate
Services.
Hotels and other lodging places .
Personal services
Business services ,
Miscellaneous repair services
Motion pictures
Amusement and recreation services
Other services .
Health services..
Legal services .
Educational services, n.e.c. .
Social services and membership organizations ....

Rest of the world'..........

60

68

32

-59

-171

-94

-7

7

-a

-15

-25

4

17

55

112

177

191

179

349

311

61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71

4
21
10
2
32
-6
5

-8
19
18
2
9
-13
5

-26
10
4
1
-28
-18
-2

-35
0
-11
1
-96
-23
-7

-30
10
-6
2
-48
-16
-6

-23
20
7
4
-9

-24
20
2
3
-7
-1
-1

-23
18
-2
2
-5
-2
-3

-32
4
2
1
7

-2

-22
20
9
2
2
-2
-2

-3

-27
8
11
0
15
0
-3

-15
9
4
1
21
-1
-2

-12
14
14
4
32
1
2

8
20
15
6
54
3
6

39
24
18
4
72
7
13

45
26
22
4
77
9
8

45
22
24
3
66
17
2

67
37
46
5
120
39
35

60
44
53
9
82
22
41

72

0

0

0

0

0

0

150

54

140

32

160

153

134

130

114

266

297

1 1 1

0

—

0

n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified.
to 1939. Estimates for 1929 are induded in dividends paid in table 6.20.
1. Consists of receipts by a n U.S. residents of their share of ihe reinvested earnings of their incorporated
foreign
NOTE.—Estimates in part A of this table are based on the 1942 Standard Industrial Classification (SIC); and €
affiliates, net of the corresponding payments to foreign residents for their share of the reinvested earnings of their
mates in part B are based on the 1972 SIC.
incorporated U.S. affiliates. Receipts are not induded from 1930 to 1936; payments are not induded from 1930




Table 6.21 B.—Undistributed Corporate Profits by Industry: 1948-58
[Millions of dollars]
Line
Undistributed corporate profits .

1948

1949

1951

1950

1952

1953

1954

1955

1956

1957

1958

1

16,404

12,154

16,432

13,552

12,179

12,430

12382

17,108

16,858

15,607

12,149

2

15,979

11,861

16,147

12,970

11,390

11,767

11,742

16333

15,850

14,401

11,360

Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries
Farms
Agricultural services, forestry, andfisheries.

3
4
5

44
45
-1

22
28
-6

35
39
-4

4
4
0

-25
-26
1

—40
-42
2

-1
0
-1

-26
-29
3

-22
-25
3

-25
-30
5

-15
-40
25

Mining
Metal mining
Coalmining
Oil and gas extraction ..
Nonmetallic minerals, except fuels .

6
7
8
9
10

931
113
243
514
61

618
35
58
467
58

811
94
110
542
65

741
77
91
500
73

545
37
49
393
66

456
67
28
293
68

426
50
6
287
83

606
52
55
395
104

638
44
118
376
100

669
28
105
459
77

382
46
51
242
43

Construction

11

369

336

288

244

280

226

251

194

363

389

379

Manufacturing .

12

8,737

6,014

9,034

7,095

5,758

6,317

6358

9,661

8,969

8,084

5,548

13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24

4,055
282
77
232
894
458
721
365
748
58
76
144

2,947
131
53
204
607
250
482
258
782
41
54
85

4,579
319
95
308
934
474
677
493
889
124
97
169

3,626
236
67
243
878
407
687
314
488
63
103
120

2,950
166
65
176
549
297
605
328
474
108
94
88

3,138
147
50
215
796
308
525
283
487
146
98
83

2,981
163
47
279
528
280
521
292
392
252
140
87

4,943
270
97
462
1,070
403
632
269
1368
216
136
120

4,229
193
102
392
1,114
412
831
253
437
235
144
116

4.012
95
73
344
990
385
677
367
556
292
129
104

2,072
165
52
334
456
272
344
285
-226
176
120
94

25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35

4,682
528
58
657
124
347
236
594
1,982
116
40

3,067
535
67
195
55
223
220
522
1,172
60
18

4,455
608
60
451
128
394
214
807
1,535
201
57

3,469
332
35
222
41
350
194
581
1,532
171
11

2,808
308
27
50
64
249
202
374
1,386
114
34

3,179
331
45
68
49
240
196
422
1,675
127
26

3,577
394
57
-7
57
259
206
503
1.980
94
34

4.718
535
84
150
95
355
288
754
2,238
170
49

4,740
526
77
162
98
418
292
698
2374
154
41

4,072
454
87
111
79
285
289
662
1,951
111
43

3,476
587
108
102
90
213
228
480
1,506
137
25

Domestic industries

9 goods
Lumber and wood products
Furniture and fixtures
Stone, clay, and glass products .
Primary metal industries
Fabricated metal products
Machinery, except electrical
Electric and electronic equipment
Motor vehicles and equipment
Other transportation equipment
Instruments and related products
Miscellaneous manufacturing industries
Nondurable goods
Food and Kindred products .
Tobacco manufactures
Textile mill products .
Apparel ana other textile products
Paper and allied products
Printing and publishing
Chemicals and allied products
Petroleum and coal products
Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products .
Leather and leather products
Transportation and public utilities .

36

905

654

1,043

753

700

654

335

645

554

298

200

Transportation.,
Railroad transportation
Local and interurban passenger transit .
Trucking and warehousing
Water transportation ..
Transportation by air
Pipelines, except natural gas
Transportation services

37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44

689
493
13
97
40
-1
29
18

417
228
-8
87
50
17
28
15

764
513
-3
130
39
43
23
19

566
303
5
84
66
44
43
21

490
309
-2
81
12
26
45
19

352
197
-7
85
13
30
20
14

4
-150
-17
77
-17
42
50
19

222
10
-3
99
14
47
34
21

168
-25
-11
63
68
18
35
20

-15
-78
-2
75
-28
—41
40
19

-134
-204

Communications .
Telephone and telegraph „
Radio and television

45
46
47

37
17
20

34
20
14

128
112
16

111
77
34

119
82
37

145
114
31

169
138
31

313
248
65

261
193
68

235
189
46

383
325
58

..

Finance, Insurance, and real estate .
Banking .
Federal Reserve banks
Commercial and mutual banks
Credit agencies other than banks
Security and commodity brokers
Insurance carriers ..
Insurance agents, b^ere,"and service "11"
Real estate
Holding and other investment offices
Services
Hotels and other lodging places .
Personal services .
Business services.,
toto repair, services,"^"parkir^*"!
Miscellaneous repair services
Motion pictures .
Amusement and recreation services .
Other services
Health services
«...
Legal services .
Educational services'"
Other1
Rest of the worid
Receipts from rest of the worid2
Less: Payments to rest of the work!3 .

48

179

203

151

76

91

157

162

110

125

78

-49

49

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

-1

69
-15
-15
15
17

1,169

652

1,330

994

723

692

625

1,093

1,196

1,077

1,020

50

1,681

1,112

1,529

971

844

720

715

1345

971

893

51

1,891

2,231

1,881

1,994

2,381

2364

2351

2,908

2334

2,760

2,733

52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60

845
49
796
213
2
629
30
223
-51

818
30
788
293
14
848
29
250
-21

779
-20
799
356
15
549
27
251
-96

937
25
912
377
4
570
26
197
-117

940
39
901
546
4
762
37
190
-98

994
35
959
478
20
866
32
227
-53

864
30
834
568
42
986
36
295
-140

1592
26
1366
686
12
856
35
253
-226

1,604
47
1,557
779
13
604
50
142
-258

1,514
62
1,452
808
9
438
51
166
-226

1,154
50
1,104
931
7
641
60
213
-273

61

252

222

196

174

184

178

182

207

247

256

224

62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
/u
•7*
(i
72
73

59
36
56
11
7
24
2039

53
37
52
8
5
18
7
42

39
29
61
12
0
31
-17
41

34
31
60
13
-1
2
-14
49

32
30
59
15
-2
8
-3
45

25
32
64
11
15
-7
44

22
32
61
9
-17
54
-23
44

1
35
81
12
-11
53
-21
57

12
47
114
8
-5
20
-22
73

11
54
141
-5
-11
7
-15
74

-6
61
134
6
-15
-21
S
73

775

1,008

1306

789

962
187

1,175
167

1,363
157

945
156

-.1*1"

—

74

425

293

285

582

789

663

540

75
76

581
156

436
143

475
190

751
169

923
134

826
163

702
162

1. Consists of social services, membership organizations, and miscellaneous professional services.
2. Consists of receipts by all U.S. residents of their share of the reinvested earnings of their incorporated foreign
affiliates and reinvested earnings of their unincorporated foreign affiliates. Prior to 1982, reinvested earnings of unincorporatedforeignaffiliates were treated as dividends.
3. Consists of payments to foreign residents of their share of the reinvested earnings of their incorporated U.S.




affiliates and reinvested vested earnings of their unincorporated U.S. affiliates. Prior to 1980. reinvested earnings
of unincorporated U.S. affiliates were treated as dividends.
NOTE.—Estimates in part A of this table are based on the 1942 Standard Industrial Classification (SIC): and estimates in part B are based on the 1972 SIC.

Table 6.22A.—Corporate Capital Consumption Allowances by Industry: 1929-47
[Millions of dollars]
Line

1932

1933

1934

1935

1936

1937

1938

1939

1940

1941

1942

1944

1943

1945

1946

1947

3,927

3,792

3,793

3,811

3,859

3,879

3,942

4,043

4,510

5,371

5,781

6,571

6,875

5,151

6,325

4,623

4,559

34

36

34

33

29

31

30

34

33

29

28

28

29

28

31

30

30

25

32

22
12

25
11

24
10

25
8

22
7

23
8

22
8

25
9

25
8

22
7

20
8

22
6

23
6

22
6

25
6

24
6

24
6

18
7

23
9

5

290

249

255

222

222

262

249

247

251

249

240

246

268

254

222

232

235

225

271

6
7
8
9
10

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

4,577

4,155

3
4

Mining

51
19
51
140
29

43
12
47
118
29

35
14
44
135
27

26
13
41
118
24

25
12
38
125
22

20
10
43
167
22

26
9
40
155
19

32
9
39
149
18

36
8
39
151
17

31
10
38
154
16

35
7
37
145
16

37
6
40
148
15

44
6
41
160
17

51
9
41
136
17

34
7
41
121
19

41
8
43
122
18

37
9
46
125
18

19
8
49
123
26

19
9
58
153
32

-

11

71

74

67

56

44

40

40

42

45

38

42

40

45

50

46

41

39

56

96

.....

12

1,884

1,959

1,854

1,699

1,639

1,408

1,386

1,424

1*498

1,531

1,570

1,665

1,891

2,430

2,827

3,310

3,346

2,242

2,726

13
14
15
16
17

813
54
27
77
249

830
49
26
82
248

754
37
25
78
228

668
28
22
72
200

635
29
21
65
201

585
25
18
63
171

584
25
17
60
173

587
27
20
54
196

625
30
18
62
203

591
27
21
63
188

613
29
21
64
208

692
29
23
65
232

851
33
22
66
283

1,191
36
22
64
449

1,445
37
23
67
549

1,631
37
23
67
658

1,535
33
25
65
590

948
36
30
64
321

1,192
55
39
80
382

18
19
20
21
22
23

53
110
43
134
20
46

57
114
44
136
29
45

51
104
38
122
27
44

46
92
37
105
25
41

45
88
32
91
24
39

45
85
43
83
19
33

46
83
37
89
23
31

49
86
39
64
25
27

57
92
42
64
29
28

33
98
50
66
24
21

33
100
48
59
31
20

34
105
52
93
37
22

54
136
66
106
60
25

85
182
91
108
125
29

132
206
105
138
150
38

149
217
134
142
163
41

140
217
114
141
169
41

58
160
77
123
39
40

71
207
100
158
47
53

24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34

1,071
213
11
141
15
65
66
103
402
37
18

1,129
222
8
136
13
66
65
108
454
40
17

1,100
210
9
136
14
68
70
106
431
40
16

1,031
201
9
119
12
65
60
105
413
33
14

1,004
196
7
124
12
65
56
95
400
34
15

823
176
11
114
10
62
50
91
268
29
12

802
170
6
110
10
60
49
90
274
21
12

837
176
8
105
10
61
48
96
301
20
12

873
183
8
102
10
64
48
105
320
21
12

940
193
8
93
12
64
48
123
365
22
12

957
190
8
93
11
66
48
126
374
29
12

973
190
8
90
11
68
47
134
384
29
12

1,040
194
8
96
13
74
47
160
405
31
12

1,239
210
8
108
15
84
48
208
510
36
12

1,382
210
7
109
14
87
48
259
593
43
12

1,679
219
8
107
15
88
46
296
831
58
11

1,811
221
8
106
17
90
46
339
850
123
11

1,294
250
7
111
23
86
50
183
526
42
16

1,534
308
9
131
31
100
63
228
592
53
19

Durable goods
Lumber and basic timber products
Furniture and finished lumber products
Stone, clay, and glass products
Iron and steel and their products, including
Nonferrous metals and their products
Machinery, except electrical
Electric and electronic equipment
Motor vehicles and equipment
Other transportation equipment
Miscellaneous manufacturing, inducing
instruments and miscellaneous plastic products.
Nondurable goods
Food and kindred products
Tobacco manufactures
Textile mill products
Apparel and other textile products
Paper and allied products
Printing and publishing
Chemicals and allied products
Petroleum and coal products
Rubber products
Leather and leather products

1931

1

Farms
Agricultural services, forestry, and fisheries

Manufacturing

1930

2

Corporate capital consumption allowances
Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries

Contract construction

1929

.....

35

1,432

1,401

1,436

1,287

1,196

1,208

1,248

1,199

1,172

1,142

1,189

1,164

1,353

1,719

1,796

2,119

2,398

1,630

1,951

Transportation
Railroad transportation
Local and interurban passenger transit
Trucking and warehousing
Water transportation
Transportation by air
Pipelines, except natural gas
Transportation services

36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43

857
590
115
' 37
52
9
40
14

754
504
108
37
47
11
33
14

724
474
106
39
48
13
29
15

571
338
103
34
46
12
24
14

521
309
90
31
45
9
24
13

591
324
118
31
62
8
35
13

583
327
113
32
57
8
34
12

532
283
112
32
53
9
30
13

501
273
99
34
46
8
28
13

466
231
84
48
42
10
33
18

518
293
78
47
41
11
30
18

507
276
80
46
40
15
32
18

679
419
84
53
52
20
32
19

997
637
83
52
163
15
28
19

1,037
749
89
53
81
12
34
19

1,301
1,031
95
51
55
14
35
20

1,553
1,285
93
51
51
23
28
22

930
673
83
58
34
45
20
17

1,179
826
100
85
51
71
27
19

Communication
Telephone and telegraph
Radio and television broadcasting

44
45
46

224
218
6

254
244
10

269
256
13

255
242
13

239
226
13

213
207
6

216
210
6

214
206
8

211
205
6

210
203
7

209
203
6

195
189
6

201
195
6

236
228
8

249
242
7

253
246
7

258
251
7

238
238
0

273
265
8

Electric, gas, and sanitaryrvices
Utilities: electric and gas
Local utilities and public services, n.e.c.

47
48
49

351
337
14

393
380
13

443
426
17

461
438
23

436
415
21

404
387
17

449
433
16

453
437
16

460
444
16

466
449
17

462
447
15

462
446
16

473
458
15

486
473
13

510
499
11

565
554
11

587
574
13

462
449
13

499
484
15

Transportation and public utilities

Wholesale trade

50

103

107

102

88

79

96

98

101

83

85

79

80

89

90

85

85

82

112

179

Retail trade and automobile services

51

224

228

234

213

195

192

188

194

220

220

226

229

241

244

233

220

213

271

394

Finance, insurance, and real estate

52

396

429

443

427

410

440

438

451

429

442

427

448

448

402

394

393

391

419

456

53
54
55

68
8
31

71
8
30

71
7
29

65
5
27

60
5
25

56
2
27

55
1
32

56
1
36

56
1
28

56
1
31

55
1
25

55
1
38

55
1
40

54
1
19

53
1
14

51
1
17

49
1
23

56
2
19

62
2
26

56
57
58

12
1
276

15
1
304

17
2
317

20
1
309

26
1
293

30
1
324

37
1
312

41
2
315

43
2
299

43
1
310

43
1
302

43
2
309

40
2
310

37
2
289

32
2
292

26
2
296

20
1
297

19
4
319

21
5
340

59

143

140

134

130

113

115

116

119

128

143

141

143

146

154

147

141

141

171

220

60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69

32
17
15
1
53
19
6

33
18
15
2
45
19
8

31
17
14
1
48
16
7

31
17
13
1
46
16
6

28
16
10
1
40
13
5

34
19
11
1
32
13
5

40
22
10
1
26
12
5

41
22
11
1
27
12
5

46
25
11
1
27
13
5

50
28
16
2
28
12
7

50
26
15
2
28
13
7

49
27
16
1
30
14
6

50
27
17
2
29
14
7

50
27
18
2
35
14
8

49
25
18
3
31
11
10

51
23
16
3
30
11
7

51
22
17
2
31
12
6

59
25
21
2
36
17
11

70
35
32
3
42
23
15

Banking
—
Security and commodity brokers, and services
Credit agencies (other than banks) and holding and
other investment companies.
Insurance carriers
.......
Insurance agents and brokers, and services
Real estate
Services
Hotels and other lodging places
Personal services
Business services
Miscellaneous repair services
Motion pictures
Amusement and recreation services
Other services
Health services
Legal services
Educational services, n.e.c.

...

n.e.c. Not elsewhere ciassified.
NOTE.—Estimates in part A of this table are based on the 1942 Standard Industrial Classification (SIC); and estimates in part B are based on the 1972 SIC.




Z

•

Table 6.22B.—Corporate Capital Consumption Allowances by Industry: 1948-58
[Millions of dollars]
Line

1948

1949

1950

1952

1951

1954

1953

1955

1956

1958

1957

1

7,535

8,475

9,327

10,840

12,088

13,819

15,485

17,939

19,435

21558

22,442

Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries
Farms
Agricultural services, forestry, and fisheries

2
3
4

39
28
11

46
33
13

52
37
15

63
46
17

72
54
18

75
56
19

79
59
20

99
74
25

97
72
25

106
79
27

130
98
32

Mining
Metal mining
Coal mining
Oil and gas extraction
Nonmetallic minerals, except fuels

5
6
7
8
9

351
28
87
195
41

412
26
90
249
47

494
27
103
313
51

554
31
108
358
57

611
27
107
411
66

636
31
105
429
71

642
43
108
410
81

782
85
114
482
101

830
88
119
514
109

901
98
136
548
119

887
91
136
527
133

Corporate capital consumption allowances ..

Construction

10

147

181

213

252

279

296

340

416

457

538

585

Manufacturing

11

3,227

3,619

3,925

4,555

5265

6252

7244

8,315

8,943

9537

10,479

Durable goods
Lumber and wood products
Furniture and fixtures
Stone, clay, and glass products
Primary metal industries
Fabricated metal products
Machinery, except electrical
Electric and electronic equipment
Motor vehicles and equipment
Other transportation equipment
Instruments and related products
Miscellaneous manufacturing industries

12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23

1,425
82
28
100
370
146
240
122
185
56
33
63

1,573
91
32
115
400
158
273
132
202
64
38
68

1,720
99
33
129
440
169
302
150
228
62
43
65

2,054
121
40
152
530
204
354
179
249
88
63
74

2.496
131
43
180
705
234
417
217
294
120
75
80

3,123
136
45
222
1,017
267
472
263
382
148
83
88

3,579
142
53
244
1,183
295
547
301
456
167
94
97

4,068
168
59
284
1,303
337
628
352
526
184
112
115

4,388
181
60
303
1,341
345
689
392
613
202
138
124

4556
185
67
362
1,406
392
755
435
730
238
151
135

5.054
194
72
462
1,313
428
774
476
741
278
168
148

Nondurable goods
Food and kindred products
Tobacco manufactures
Textile mill products
Apparel and other textile products
Paper and allied products
Printing and publishing
Chemicals and allied products
Petroleum and coal products
Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products ...
Leather and leather products

24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34

1,802
371
11
156
41
122
80
277
655
67
22

2,046
430
13
174
48
140
95
327
731
63
25

2205
463
14
193
48
154
107
369
767
67
23

2,501
516
15
210
54
179
122
432
861
86
26

2.769
546
14
223
56
204
131
539
932
96
28

3,129
559
17
242
59
234
143
660
1,078
110
27

3.665
617
19
258
64
275
154
784
1,341
126
27

4247
698
21
290
72
338
182
916
1549
151
30

4,555
721
24
306
73
370
201
973
1,686
166
35

4581
783
27
327
74
419
223
1,045
1556
189
38

5.425
948
31
320
83
464
250
1,127
1,944
218
40

'

35

2,199

2,309

2,539

3,009

3287

3,736

4,031

4,621

4525

5253

5,443

Transportation
Railroad transportation
Local and interurban passenger transit
Trucking and warehousing
Water transportation
Transportation by air
Pipelines, except natural gas
Transportation services

36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43

1,349
901
121
112
77
85
31
22

1,400
898
136
133
91
85
33
24

1,463
932
125
152
92
89
49
24

1,783
1,159
133
198
105
95
56
37

1,965
U05
135
212
112
103
60
38

2231
1.473
138
233
121
144
69
53

2207
1,396
121
262
123
173
74
58

2,460
1527
141
325
136
179
80
72

2517
1,491
150
379
138
197
84
78

2,603
1.469
146
407
145
261
79
96

2568
1,361
141
410
183
301
87
85

Communications
Telephone and telegraph
Radio and television

44
45
46

323
312
11

345
326
19

413
390
23

449
424
25

471
445
26

517
485
32

579
534
45

647
586
61

688
627
61

768
691
77

839
765
74

Electric, gas, and sanitary services

2,036

Transportation and public utilities

47

527

564

663

777

851

988

1245

1514

1,720

1582

Wholesale trade

48

254

322

378

441

465

488

538

668

736

793

765

Retail trade

49

496

578

651

715

760

808

868

1513

1,106

1233

1252

50

Finance, Insurance, and real estate
Banking
Federal Reserve banks
Commercial and mutual banks
Credit agencies other than banks
Security and commodity brokers
Insurance carriers
insurance agents, brokers, and service
Real estate
Holding and other investment offices
Services
Hotels and other lodging places
Personal services
"
Business services
M o repair, services, and parking
Miscellaneous repair services
Motion pictures
Amusement and recreation services
Other services
Health services
Legal services
Educational services ............
Other1

..

....

519

633

675

789

853

963

1,099

1262

1597

1507

1,760

51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59

73
1
72
16
2
29
4
381
14

83
1
82
17
3
36
5
437
52

91
1
90
20
3
45
6
490
20

101
2
99
25
3
64
7
573
16

112
3
109
27
3
75
7
610
19

125
3
122
34
3
90
10
681
20

144
3
141
41
4
101
12
775
22

174
3
171
49
4
114
14
873
34

193
3
190
55
6
129
17
956
41

222
4
218
70
5
138
18
1,097
57

248
4
244
88
6
148
21
1,195
54

60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72

303
82
47
47
25
4
54
29
15

375
91
55
58
32
5
83
34
17

400
98
60
72
40
6
71
35
18

462
108
67
90
55
6
79
36
21

496
110
70
104
66
7
80
38
21

565
117
76
119
93
10
86
40
24

644
132
75
134
114
12
101
51
25

763
151
88
163
139
13
117
61
31

944
168
99
21B
203
17
131
72
36

1590
198
108
267
244
22
117
89
45

1,141
197
124
298
258
12
98
107
47

1. Consists of social services, membership organizations, and miscellaneous professional services,
NOTE.—Estimates in part A of this table are based on the 1942 Standard Industrial Classification (SIC); and estimates in part B are based on the 1972 SIC.




7. Quantity and Price Indexes
Table 7.1.-Fixed-Weighted and Alternative Quantity and Price Indexes for Gross Domestic Product: Annual, 1929-58, and Quarterly,
1947-58
[Index numbers, 1987=100; quarters seasonally adjusted]
Line
Gross domestic product:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights

1929

1930

1935

1934

1933

1932

1931

1936

1937

1938

1939

1940

1941

1942

1943

1

2.3

2.0

1.7

1.3

12

1.4

1.6

1.8

2.0

1.9

2.0

2.2

2.8

3.5

42

2
3
4

-

18.1

165

15.2

13.2

12.9

13.9

15.0

17.1

17.9

172

18.5

20.0

23.6

28.3

33.9

125

12.1

11.0

9.7

9.5

10.3

10.6

10.6

112

10.9

10.8

11.0

11.7

12.3

12.5

Price indexes:
5
6
7
8

Implicit price deflator
Personal consumption expenditures:

2.5

2.3

2.0

1.6

1.5

1.7

1.8

2.0

2.2

21

2.2

2.3

2.7

2.9

3.3

10
11
12

18.2

17.0

16.4

15.0

14.7

15.1

16.0

17.5

18.2

17.8

18.6

19.5

20.6

20.6

212

13
14
15
16

20.6

19.2

17.1

152

14.5

14.8

14.9

15.1

15.5

15.4

15.2

15.3

16.0

17.7

18.8

14.0

13.5

12.1

10.7

10.3

112

11.5

11.6

12.0

11.8

11.8

12.0

12.9

14/l

15.4

9
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Benchmark-years weights
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Benchmark-years weights
Implicit price deflator
Durable goods:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Implicit price deflator

17

-

Nondurable goods:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-vears weiohts
Implicit price deflator
Services:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-tvoe annual weiohts
Benchmark-years weights
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-tvoe annual weiohts
Benchmark-years weights
Implicit price deflator
Gross private domestic Investment:
Curent dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-tvoe annual weiohts
Benchmark-years weights
Implicit price deflator
Fixed investment:
Current dollars Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-vears weiohts
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-vears weiohts
knnlicrt oriee deflator
Nonresidential:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weiohts
Benchmark-vears weiohts
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weiohts
Benchmark-years weights
Imolicit orice deflator
Structures:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights. ...
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weiohts . ,..
Benchmark-years weights
Implicit price deflator




-

2.3

1.8

1.4

.9

.9

1.0

1.3

1.6

1.7

1.4

1.7

1.9

2.4

1.7

1.6

18
19
20

11.9

9.4

8.0

6.1

6.0

6.9

8.6

10.7

11.2

9.0

10.5

12.0

13.5

9.4

8.5

21
22
23
24

46.5

40.5

33.8

28.6

26.8

28.1

27.7

27.7

28.6

28.5

28.0

28,2

29.8

34.B

36.6

19.2

18.8

16.9

14.9

142

152

14.8

14.7

15.3

15.7

15.7

16.1

17,7

182

19.1

25

3.7

3.4

2.9

2.2

22

2.6

2.9

3.3

3.5

3.4

3.5

3.7

4.2

5.0

5.8

26
27
28

23.6

22.7

22.6

20.9

20.3

21.3

22.4

25.0

26,0

26.4

27.7

29.0

30.8

31.4

32.4

29
30
31
32

18.3

17.5

15.2

13.3

132

142

14.5

14.5

15.0

14.4

142

14.3

15.3

17.6

19.3

15.8

U8

12J

10.7

10.9

12.4

13.0

13.0

13.4

12.7

12.6

12.6

13.8

16.0

17.9

33

1.9

1.8

1.6

1.4

12

1.3

1.3

1.4

1.5

1.5

1.5

1.6

1.7

1.9

2.1

34
35
36

16.4

15.4

14.7

13.5

13.3

13.3

13.8

14.6

15.1

14.6

15.0

15.5

16.1

16.7

17.4

37
38
39
40

15.8

15.2

14.3

132

12.3

12.0

12.1

12.3

12.7

12.8

12.8

12.9

13.1

13.6

14.1

11.4

11*5

10.9

10.1

9.3

9.4

9.5

fab

10.3

10.3

10.4

10.8

11.4

12.1

QR
y.o

41

22

1.4

.8

2

.2

.5

.9

12

1.6

.9

1.2

1.8

2.4

1.4

.8

42
43
44

20.4

14.3

9.0

3.3

3.6

5.5

8.7

12.0

14.2

9.3

12.5

16.3

19.9

10.9

7.1

.8

1.0

1.3

1.1

1.3

1.6

1.9

12

1.0

45
46
47
48
49

2.1

15

1.0

.5

,4

.5

50
51
52

19.7

14.9

10.4

5.9

5.1

6.5

8.3

11.0

12.8

10.4

12.5

14.8

16.9

9.7

7.4

10.5

102

9.4

8.5

8.5

9.1

9.3

9.4

10.3

102

10.1

10.5

11.3

12.2

12.8

1.1

.6

.5

.7

.9

1.2

1.5

1.1

1.2

1.6

1.9

1.3

1.1

53
54
55
56
57

22

1.7

58
59
60

20 2

16.6

10.8

6.3

5.6

6.9

8.5

11.6

13.9

10.3

11.4

13.9

16.4

10.0

8.3

10.9

10.4

9.8

9.1

9.1

9.7

10.1

9.9

108

iae

10.8

112

11.9

12.7

132

61
62
63
64
65

32

2.6

1.5

.6

.7

.8

1.1

1.6

12

1.3

1.5

1.9

1.3

1.0

66
67
68

34.4

29.0

18.7

11.0

8.6

9.5

10.6

14.0

17.7

14.1

14.9

16.9

20.1

122

8.9

9.3

9.0

82

7.4

7.4

7.6

7.9

7.8

8.9

8.8

8.7

8.8

9.4

10.7

11.6

69
70
71
72

J&

Table 7.1 .-Fixed-Weighted and Alternative Quantity and Price Indexes for Gross Domestic Product: Annual, 1929-58, and Quarterly
1947-58—Continued
[Index numbers, 1987=100; quarters seasonally adjusted]
Line
Producers* durable equipment:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Benchmark-years weights
Implicit price deflator
Residential:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Implicit price deflator
Exports of goods and services:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
implicit price deflator
Imports of goods and services:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Implicit price deflator
Government purchases:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights ..
Benchmark-years weights . .
Implicit price deflator
Federal:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Price indexes;
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Implicit price deflator
National defense:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-tvoe annual weinhte
Benchmark-years weights
Implicit price deflator
Nondefense:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-tvoe Annual weinhte
Benchmark-vearc wpinnte
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weinhts
Chain-tvoe annual nwinHi*
*
'JK® WiiKrai ncnnis
Benchmark-vearc woinnte
implicit price deflator
State and local:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Rxed 1987 weights
Chain-tvoe annual wpinhtc
Benchmark-years weights
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weinhte
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-vears wpinhts
Implicit price deflator




1929

1930

1931

1932

1933

1934

1935

1936

1937

1938

1939

1940

1941

1942

1943

73

1.7

1.3

.8

.4

.4

.6

.9

1.2

1.5

1.0

1.2

1.6

2.0

1-2

1.1

74
75
76

12.8

10.1

6.7

3.9

4.0

5.5

7.4

10.4

11.9

8.3

9.5

12.3

14.5

8.8

8.0

77
78
79
80

132

12.7

121

11.6

11.1

11.7

11.7

11.4

12.3

12.5

125

12.9

13.7

142

14.1

81

1.8

1.0

3

.3

.3

4

g

.8

.9

.9

1.3

1.6

1.8

1.0

.6

82
83
84

18.5

112

9.3

4.9

4.0

5.6

7.7

9.8

10.6

10.6

15.0

16.9

17.9

9.1

5.5

9.3

8.5

6.9

6.8

7.4

7.4

75

8.6

H0
o.y

9.0

92

10.1

10.9

11.6

85
86
87
88

..............
9.5

89

1.6

1.2

s

.5

.5

.7

1.1

1.0

1.1

1.3

1.5

12

1.1

90
91
92

9.9

82

6.8

5.4

5.5

6.1

6.6

7.0

8.8

8.4

9.0

10.3

10.7

7.2

6.1

16.5

14.9

11 8

10.1

10.0

11.5

11.6

11.8

125

12.3

12.0

12.9

13.8

16.4
9

17.6

93
94
95
96

8

97

1.1

8

.6

.4

.4

,4

.6

.6

.8

.6

.7

.9

98
99
100

6.7

5.9

5.3

4.3

45

4.6

6.1

6.0

6.7

5.2

55

5.8

7.2

7.4

9.9

163

13.7

107

8.8

8.4

9.6

9.6

10.4

117

10.7

112

11.7

12.3

12.4

12.5

101
102
103
104

1.2

105

1.0

1.0

1.0

.9

.9

1.1

1.1

1.4

1.3

1.4

1.5

1.6

2.8

6.8

10.1

106
107
108

12.8

13.8

142

13.7

132

14.9

15.4

18.0

17.3

18.4

19.7

20.5

32.8

665

98.4

7.6

7.6

7.3

6.7

6.8

7.4

7.4

7.6

77

7.8

7.8

7.6

85

102

10.3

109
110
111
112
113

.4

.4

.4

,4

.5

5

.8

1.3

12

1.4

1.4

1.6

4.4

13.5

212

114
115
116

5.7

6.3

6.5

6.7

8.0

10.4

10.4

16.5

14.7

162

16.9

19.8

49.1

127.9

202.9

6.5

6.6

6.3

6.7

7.5

7.6

8.1

8.3

8.4

7.8

9.1

10.6

10.5

.4

5

4.7

16.9

27.3

4.5

4.0

3.6

2.7

2.0

117
118
119
120

..............
6.8

121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128

"" ..............
.............. .... .
*

129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
144

......... . ..
........
1.5

..............

15

1.3

12

1.3

1.4

1.4

1.4

1.5

1.6

1.6

1.6

1.5

1.5

19.7

1.4
18.3

20.3

19.1

172

18.4

19.2

19.2

192

202

21.9

21.1

202

18.8

17.5

7.8

75

65

7.3

73

72

7.4

7.4

7.4

75

7.7

8.1

•

*

7.8

............
8.4

Table 7.1 .-Fixed-Weighted and Alternative Quantity and Price Indexes for Gross Domestic Product: Annual, 1929-58, and Quarterly,
1947-58—Continued
[Index numbers, 1987=100; quarters seasonally adjusted]
Line
Gross domestic product:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights .
Chain-type annual weights .
Benchmark-years weights ..
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights .
Benchmark-years weights ..
Implicit price deflator

36.8

1955

1956

4.7
35.3

4.7

9.4

28.0

5.2

5.7

5.7

6.3

7.3

7.7

8.2

8.2

27.6

28.6

28.8

312

34.3

35.8

37.1

36.9

38.9

39.7

20.0

19.9

202

21.3

21.5

22.0

222

22.9

23.6

3.9

4.7

5.3

5.7

• 5.9

6.3

6.8

72

7.6

7.9

8.5

23.4

25.5

26.0

26.6

27.2

28.6

29.3

30.3

31.5

32.3

34.3

20.0

20.3

21.3

23.4

24.9

25.0

25.3

26.7

272

27.6

27.9

27.9

28.5

'"l8.5

"20.5

21.6

"220

23.3

"23.8

24.3

24.4

"247

"*25.2

l i s
1.7

40.6

392

3.9

5.1

5.7

62

7.6

7.4

7.2

8.1

7.9

9.6

9.5

13.7

2.0

8.0

16.3

17.9

19.8

23.5

21.9

21.4

23.5

24.0

28.4

27.1

46.5

49.6

51.3

51.3

53.8

53.6

532

522

50.3

51.3

"317

31.3

"32.4

33.8

"33.8

"34.4

"33.I

"33.9

"35.O

41.2

.........
"20.8

229

"'285

6.4

7.1

82

9.0

9.6

9.7

10.8

11.3

11.7

11.8

12.3

12.9

34.2

37.3

38.7

37.8

38.0

38.5

39.6

40.8

42.4

43.9

44.4

46.5

48.1

21.6

23.3

26.0

27.6

26.7

26.7

28.8

29.0

28.9

29.1

29.0

29.4

233

"*25 2

"24.4

"26.5

"26.7

"26.6

26.6

"26.5

26.9

20.6

..........
" m

Services:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights .
Benchmark-years weights ..
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights .
Benchmark-years weights ..
Implicit price deflator

2.3

2.4

2.8

3.1

3.4

3.6

3.9

4.3

4.6

5.1

5.4

5.8

6.3

17.9

18.5

20.3

21.1

21.8

22.1

23.1

24.1

24.9

25.9

26.9

28.2

29.5

14.6

14.9

15.3

162

172

17.7

182

18.9

19.6

20.6

212

21.7

222

'"i'2.8

132

'"U.8

15.7

16.3

16.8

"202

"207

"21*3

1.0

1.5

42

4.7

6.4

4.9

72

8.0

72

7.5

72

92

9.6

8.0

Gross private domestic investment:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Implicit price deflator




1954

3.6

Nondurable goods:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights .
Benchmark-years weights ..
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights .
Benchmark-years weights ..
Implicit price deflator

Structures:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights .
Benchmark-years weights ...
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights .
Benchmark-years weights ...
Implicit price deflator

1953

1948

1946

22.0

Durable goods:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights .
Benchmark-years weights ..
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights .
Benchmark-years weights ..
Implicit price deflator

Nonresidential:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights..
Benchmark-years weights ...
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights ..
Benchmark-years weights ...
Implicit price deflator

1945

18.7

4.6

Personal consumption expenditures:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights .
Chain-type annual weights .
Benchmark-years weights ...
Implicit price deflator

Fixed investment:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Implicit price deflator

1944

11.0

26.1

26.5

30.7

25.0

34.2

34.1

30.9

32.1

31.2

38.0

37.7

" M

"l8.5

49

1.7

35

4.9

5.9

5.5

6.7

7.0

7.0

7.5

7.7

50
51
52

lie

232

27.5

29.9

272

32.4

31.2

30.7

32.5

33.2

37.2

37.3

13.5

15.0

17.9

19.6

20.1

20.6

22.3

22.8

232

23.3

23.8

252

53
54
55
56

13.3

9.4

1.5

2.1

3.5

4.7

5.4

5.0

5.6

6.4

6.4

7.1

7.0

7.8

11.0

15.8

23.1

26.4

27.3

24.5

26.6

28.3

27.8

29.9

29.4

32.3

135

13.5

17.8

19.7

20.4

20.9

22.6

23.0

23.6

23.7

1.4

1.9

4.3

4.8

5.6

5.4

5.8

7.0

7.1

7.9

8.1

8.8

10.6

11.6

15.9

31.8

28.9

30.3

29.6

31.6

34.0

34.0

36.9

38.1

40.7

44.9

12.3

13.5

16.4

18.3

18.1

18.4

20.5

21.0

21.5

212

21.7

23.6

34.4

26.0

Table 7.1Fixed-Weighted and Alternative Quantity and Price Indexes for Gross Domestic Product: Annual, 1929-58, and Quarterly,
1947-58—Continued
[Index numbers, 1987=100; quarters seasonally adjusted]
Line
Producers' durable equipment:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights .
Benchmark-years weights ...
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights .
Benchmark-years weights ...
implicit price deflator
Residential:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights.
Benchmark-years weights ...
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights.,
Benchmark-years weights ...
Implicit price deflator
Exports of goods and services:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights ....
Benchmark-years weights
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights ....
Benchmark-years weights
Implicit price deflator

1945

1946

1947

1948

1949

1950

1951

1952

1953

1954

1955

1956

1957

1958

73

1.5

22

3.0

4.7

5.3

4.8

5.5

6.1

6.0

6.6

6.4

7.3

8.1

8.7

7.6

74

10.6

15.7

18.5

25.1

25.8

21.8

24.0

25.2

24.6

26.3

24.8

27.8

28.9

29.1

25.0

14.4

142

16.5

18.7

20.6

22.1

22.7

24.1

24.5

25.1

25.7

26.3

27.9

30.1

30.5

75
76
77
78
79
80

81

.6

.8

3.5

5.4

6.9

6.5

9.1

8.2

8.3

8.6

9.4

11.1

10.5

9.8

9.9

82
83
84

4.8

5.7

23.3

29.7

35.6

33.0

45.0

37.7

37.0

38.3

41.5

48.0

43.9

41.2

41.6

14.9

18.0

19.5

19.7

20.3

21.7

22.3

22.5

22.5

211

23.8

23.9

23.8

85
86
87
88

...
12.5

13 2

89

1.3

1.8

3.9

5.1

4.3

4.0

3.4

4.7

4.5

4.2

4.3

4.8

5.8

6.6

5.6

90
91
92

6.8

9.0

18.3

21.7

16.7

16.5

14.6

17.7

17.1

16.4

17.1

18.6

21.4

23.4

20.2

19.3

20.4

21.1

23.6

25.5

24.1

23.2

26.5

26.2

25.5

25.3

26.0

27.2

28.1

27.8

93
94
95
96

imports of goods and services:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights ....
Benchmark-years weights
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights

97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104

Chain-type annual weights ....
Benchmark-years weights
Implicit price deflator
Government purchases:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights .
Benchmark-years weights ...
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Cham-type annual weights .
Benchmark-years weights ...
Implicit price deflator

1.4

1.5

1.4

1.6

2.0

1.8

2.3

2.9

3.0

32

3.0

3.4

3.7

3.9

3.9

10.6

11.2

7.9

7.3

8.7

8.4

9.8

10.5

11.8

13.1

12.7

14.4

15.6

16.5

17.5

12.9

13.3

17.3

21.4

22.8

21.7

23.3

27.4

25.5

24.0

23.9

23.6

23.9

23.9

22.6

105

11.0

9.4

3.3

3.0

3.6

4.4

4.5

6.8

8.5

92

8.6

8.6

9.1

9.9

10.6

106
107
108

109.8

94.1

30.7

24.8

27.3

30.6

32.3

45.0

53.0

55.6

51.6

50.1

50.4

52.8

54.0

IOII

10.0

10*8

12.0

13.0

14.3

13.9

15.2

16.0

16.5

16.7

172

18.0

18.8

19.6

109
110
111
112

Federal:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights .
Benchmark-years weights ..
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights .
Benchmark-years weights ..
implicit price deflator

113

23.2

19.6

5.1

3.6

4.3

5.5

52

10.1

13.6

14.8

12.7

12.0

12.3

13.4

14.0

114

229.7

193.0

45.6

28.8

32.8

36.3

37.8

66.6

84.3

882

76.0

69.8

68.8

71.7

70.7

118
119
120

IAI

10.1

11.2

12.4

13.1

15.0

13.9

1*6.1

16.7

16.7

172

17.9

18.7

19.9

121

30.0

25.2

5.6

3.4

3.9

4.7

4.9

11.6

15.8

16.8

14.3

13.3

13.9

15.3

15.8

3.4

4.1

5.6

7.7

6.3

5.5

6.7

8.4

8.0

7.8

7.3

7.5

8.3

115
116
117

National defense:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights .
Chain-type annual weights.
Benchmark-years weights ..
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights..
Benchmark-years weights ..
implicit price deflator

„„.„

122
123
124

*

125
126
127
128

Nondefense:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights..«
Benchmark-years weights
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Implicit price deflator
State and local:
Current dollars

129

2.1

1.8

130
131
132

*••*""

133
134
135
136

137

-




1.5

1.6

16.9

17.4

19.3

92

10.1

2.5

1.9

138
139
140

Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
•
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Price indexes'.
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Implicit price deflator...»

1944

141
142
143
144

'

3.0

3.5

3.9

4.3

4.5

4.9

5.4

6.0

6.5

72

21.8

23.0

26.1

28.0

28.3

28.8

302

32.6

34.8

36.1

38.1

41.1

,15

13.0

13.5

13.9

15.1

15.8

162

16.7

17*1

18.1

18.9

19.4

8.0

..............

8.8

Table 7.1 .-Fixed-Weighted and Alternative Quantity and Price Indexes for Gross Domestic Product: Annual, 1929-58, and Quarterly,
1947-58—Continued
(Index numbers, 1987=100; quarters seasonally adjusted!
1947
I
Gross domestic product:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights..
Benchmark-years weights ...
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights..
Benchmark-years weights ...
Implicit price deflator
Personal consumption expenditures:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Implicit price deflator
Durable goods:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights .
Benchmark-years weights ..
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weiahts .
Benchmark-years weights ...
Implicit price deflator
Nondurable goods:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights .
Benchmark-years weights ..
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights .
Benchmark-years weights ..
Implicit price deflator
Services:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights .
Benchmark-years weights ..
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights ,
Chain-type annual weights .
Benchmark-years weights ..
Implicit price deflator
Gross private domestic investment:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Implicit price deflator
Fixed investment:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights .
Benchmark-years weights ..
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights .
Benchmark-years weights ...
Implicit price deflator
Nonresidential:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights ...
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights..
Benchmark-years weights ...
Implicit price deflator
Structures:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights .
Benchmark-years weights ...
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights .
Benchmark-years weights ...
Implicit price deflator




1
2
3
4
5
5
7
8

1
1

IV

III

I

IV

III

II

1950

1949

1948

Line
1

III

II

iV

1
1

1

11
1

IV

5.0

5.1

52

5.4

5.5

5.7

5.8

5.9

5.8

5.7

5.7

5.7

5.9

6.1

6.5

6.8

27.3

27.5

27.6

28.0

28.3

28.5

28.7

29.0

28.8

28.7

28.9

28.7

29.8

30.7

31.8

32.7

18.3

18.5

18.7

19.3

19,6

19.9

20.3

20.3

20.0

19.8

19.8

19.8

19.9

19.9

20.4

20.7

5.1

5.3

5.4

5.5

5.6

5.7

5.8

5.8

5.8

5.9

5.8

5.9

6.0

6.1

6.6

6.5

10
11
12

25.7

26.1

26.1

26.1

26.3

26.6

26.7

27.0

27.0

27.3

27.2

27.4

27.8

28.3

29.5

29.0

13
14
15
16

22.9

23.1

23.6

24.1

24.4

24.8

25.2

25.2

25.1

25.1

24.9

25.0

25.0

25.0

255

25.8

20.0

20.1

20.6

21.1

21.3

21.5

21.8

21.7

215

21.5

21.5

21.6

21.6

21.7

22.4

22.5

9

17

4.8

4.9

5.0

5.5

5.4

5.6

5.9

5.8

5.6

6.1

6.4

6.6

6.9

7.0

8.8

7.8

18
19
20

15.6

15.9

16.1

17.5

17.6

17.5

18.1

18.4

18.1

20.1

205

20.6

212

21.5

27.0

24.5

21
22
23
24

46 2

46.4

46.5

47.0

48.0

49.1

50.8

50.6

51.5

51.5

50.9

51.2

50.8

50.9

51.5

51.9

30.7

31.1

31.3

31.2

31.0

31.8

32.4

31.4

31.1

30.6

31.2

32.2

32.4

32.5

32.7

31.9

9.4

9.3

9.3

9.4

9.5

10.0

10.0

392

39.6

40.2

39.4

25

8.7

8.9

9.1

9.3

9.4

9.6

9.6

9.6

9.5

26
27
28

37.3

38.1

38.2

37.7

37.8

38.1

37.8

382

38.4

385

38.3

38.7

29
30
31
32

25.7

26.0

26.4

27.2

27.6

27.9

28.1

27.9

27.5

27.1

26.8

26.6

26.4

26.5

272

27.8

23.3

23.4

23.8

24.6

24.9

25.1

25.4

252

24.8

24.5

24.2

24.1

23.9

24.1

24.8

25.3

33

3.0

3.1

32

32

3.3

3.4

3.5

3.5

3.6

3.6

3.6

3.7

3.7

3.8

3.9

4.0

34
35
36

21.0

21.2

21.1

21.0

21.4

21.7

22.0

22.1

22.1

22.2

22.1

22.1

22.4

23.1

23.4

23.6

37
38
39
40

15.8

15.9

16.4

16.8

16.9

17.1

17.4

17.5

175

17.6

17.7

17.8

18.0

18.1

18.3

185

14.4

14.5

15.0

15.3

15.4

15.6

15.8

16.0

16.1

162

16.3

16.5

16.6

16.7

16.9

17.1

55

6.0

6.4

6.7

6.5

5.5

4,5

5.0

4.7

5.9

6.7

7.5

8.9

292

30.3

31.0

31.1

30.3

26.8

23.5

25.1

24.6

29.7

32.8

35.3

39.1

41

4.5

4.3

4.4

42
43
44

26.0

25.3

25.6

45
46
47
48
49

4.6

4.6

4.9

5.5

5.7

5.8

6.0

6.0

5.6

5.4

5.3

5.5

5.9

6.5

72

72

50
51
52

27.0

262

27.2

29.3

30.0

302

29.8

29.5

27.8

26.7

26.6

27.6

29.3

32.1

34.3

33.7

17.0

17.7

18.1

18.7

19.0

19.3

20.0

202

202

20.3

20.1

20.0

20.0

20.3

20.9

21.3

53
54
55
56
57

4.6

4.7

4.7

4.9

5.3

52

5.4

5.6

53

5.1

4.8

4.7

4.9

5.3

6.0

6.1

58
59
60

26.9

26.4

26.0

26.4

27.7

27.0

26.9

27.7

26.4

24.9

23.6

23.1

23.8

26.0

282

28.4

61
62
63
64

17.0

17.6

18.0

18.7

19.0

19.4

20.1

20.4

20.2

205

205

20.4

20.4

20.5

21.1

21.6

65

4.6

4.6

4.8

4.9

52

5.4

5.8

5.9

5.7

5.5

52

5.1

5.3

55

6.0

6.4

66
67
68

29.1

28.9

29.0

28.6

29.0

29.9

30.9

31.4

31.0

30.3

29.0

282

295

30.9

32.7

335

15.8

16.1

16.6

17.2

17.8

182

18.6

18.7

18.4

18.0

17.9

18.0

18.0

17.9

18.4

192

69
70
71
72

Table 7.1.-Fixed-Weighted and Alternative Quantity and Price Indexes for Gross Domestic Product: Annual, 1929-58, and Quarterly,
1947-58—Continued
[Index numbers, 1987-100; quarters seasonally adjusted]
1947

1948

1949

line
1
Producers' durable equipment:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chairvtype annual weights ..
Benchmark-years weights ....
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights ..
Benchmark-years weights ....
Implicit price deflator

II

III

IV

I

II

1950
11
1

IV

1

II

lit

IV

4.7

4.6

4.9

5.3

5.1

52

5.5

5.2

4.9

4.6

4.5

4.6

5.2

5.9

6.0

25.1

24.5

25.2

27.0

25.4

24.9

25.8

24.0

22.1

20.8

20.5

20.8

23.5

25.9

25.8

18.6

18.9

19.5

19.7

20.1

21.1

21.4

21.5

22.3

22.3

22.2

22.2

22.3

22.9

23.3

4.6

4.6

5.5

6.7

6.7

72

72

6.7

62

6.1

6.5

7.3

8.1

9.1

9.9

9.4

27.3

25.9

29.9

35.8

35.3

37.4

362

33.5

31.0

30.5

33.2

37.3

41.4

45.3

47.8

45.5

16.9

17.9

18.3

18.7

19.1

19.3

19.8

19.9

20.0

20.0

19.5

19.4

19.4

20.0

20.7

20.8

5.0

5.3

5.3

4.8

4.6

42

42

4.0

4.4

4.3

3.9

3.3

32

32

3.4

3.7

22.0

22.8

222

19.9

18.0

16.2

16.5

15,9

17.8

17.7

162

14.1

13.9

14.1

14.5

15.7

22.9

23.4

24.0

242

25.7

25.7

25.5

252

24.7

24.2

23.8

23.5

23.0

23.0

23.1

23.6

1.5

1.6

1.5

1.6

1.9

2.0

2.1

2.0

1.9

1.8

1.8

1.8

1.9

2.0

2.6

2.7

7.3

7.7

7.0

7.3

82

8.5

9.1

9.0

8.6

85

82

8.3

8.4

8.9

10.9

11.0

20.3

Government purchases:
Cirrent dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights .
Benchmark-years weights ...
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights.
Cham-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights..
Implicit price deflator

2l76

21.6

22.5

232

232

22.8

22.3

22.0

217

21.6

21.7

22.2

22.7

23.5

24.6

2.9

3.0

3.0

3.0

32

3.5

3.7

3.9

42

4.4

4.5

4.4

4.3

4.4

4.4

4.8

24.7

24.6

25.1

24.9

26.1

26.7

27.5

28.9

29.4

30.7

31.3

30.9

30.8

31.4

32.3

34.7

11.8

Federal;
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights .
Benchmark-years weights ..
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights .

12.2

11.9

12.0

122

12.9

13.3

13.6

142

14.4

142

14.3

14.1

14.1

13.6

13.8

3.6

3.7

3.5

3.4

3.7

42

4.4

4.9

5.3

5.6

5.5

5.4

5.1

52

5.0

5.7

29.3

28.6

29.1

28.1

30.8

31.8

33.1

355

35.6

37.0

37.2

35.5

34.7

35.8

37.7

43.1

12*5

13.0

122

12.1

12.1

13.1

13.4

13.7

14.9

15*3

14.9

15.1

14.6

14.5

132

13.3

3.6

Implicit price deflator

S®® note at end of table.



I

17.8

bnports of goods and services:
Current dollars .
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights ,
Benchmark-years weights ..,
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights ,
Benchmark-years weights...
Implicit price deflator

State and local:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights.....—
Benchmark-years weights
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Implicit price deflator

IV

4.6

Exports of goods and services:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chan-type annual weights ....
Benchmark-years weights
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights ....
Benchmark-years weights
Impticit price deflator

Nondefense:
Current dollars
fV , V »
'
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Implicit price deflator

HI

25.7

Residential:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights.
Benchmark-years weights ..
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights.
Benchmark-years weights ..
Implicit price deflator

National defense:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes;
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual wetahts
Benchmark-years weights .......
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights —
Benchmark-years weights
Implicit price deflator

ll

3.4

3.3

3.4

3.6

3.7

3.8

4.3

4.6

4.9

4.9

4.6

4,4

4.4

4.9

5.9

3.4

4.0

5.5

6.3

6.7

7.3

8.1

7.6

7.8

7.3

7.6

52

5.1

122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136

*
*

...

..... .... .
"*"**

4.4

4.8

3.6

*

.............
*****

*****

**"

137

2.4

2.4

2.5

2.7

2.8

2.9

3.1

32

3.3

35

3.6

3.7

3.8

3.8

3.9

4.0

138
139
140

21.1

21.6

22.0

22.4

22.3

22.8

232

23.7

24.6

25.8

26.7

27.2

27.8

rs.o

28.0

28.1

1I3

11.5

i7.9

12.4

127

13.3

13.5

13-5

13.5

13.6

13.5

13.5

13.7

14.0

14.3

141
142
143
144

**'*"

"~7i2

Table 7.1.-Fixed-Weighted and Alternative Quantity and Price Indexes for Gross Domestic Product: Annual, 1929-58, and Quarterly,
1947-58—Continued
[Index numbers, 19B7-100: quarters seasonally adjusted]

1
Gross domestic product:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annuaJ weights
Benchmark-years weights
Implicit price deflator
„....

1

IV

III

II

I

I

IV

7.4

7.5

7.6

7.6

7.7

8.0

8.1

8.2

82

8.1

8.1

8.1

33.1

345

352

35.4

355

35.7

36.5

37.2

37.3

37.2

36.8

36.6

36.5

21.4

2
3

7.3
34.1

21.3

212

21.3

21.3

21.3

21.6

21.8

21.9

22.0

22.0

21.9

22.1

7.7

7.7

4

5
G

7
8

Personal consumption expenditures:
Current dollars .
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Implicit price deflator

6.9

9

6.7

6.8

6.9

7.0

7.1

72

7.5

7.6

7.7

7.7

7.8

29.5

29.6

30.1

30.3

31.0

31.4

31.6

31.6

31.6

31.8

32.0

10
11
12

295

29.0

29.3

13
14
15
16

Durable goods:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type anrual weights
Benchmark-years weights .
Implicit price deflator

26.5

26.7

26.8

27.0

27.1

27.1

272

27.3

27.5

27.5

27.7

27.8

28.0

28.0

23.3

232

23.3

235

23.6

23.6

23.8

24.1

242

24.2

24.3

24.3

24.4

24.5

17

8.4

72

7.0

7.0

72

72

6.8

7.8

8.2

82

8.1

7.9

7.8

7.9

18

245

21.4

20.8

20.8

212

21.8

20.4

222

23.5

23.1

23.2

24.3

23.3

23.3

53.4

53.4

54.1

54.3

54.0

53.5

53.7

532

53.1

53.2

53.4

53.0

532

52.7

342

33.5

33.7

33.9

33.8

33.0

33.4

352

34.8

35.3

35.0

32.7

33.4

34.1

19
20
21
22
23
24

Nondurable goods:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annuaJ weights
Benchmark-years weights
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights .
Benchmark-years weights
Implicit price deflator

25

10.7

10.6

10.8

11.1

11.0

112

11.5

11.7

11.7

11.7

11.6

11.6

11.7

11.8

26
27

405

40.1

41.1

41.6

41.3

422

42.8

43.4

43.9

44.0

43.8

43.8

44.1

43.9

28.9

29.1

29.0

29.3

29.3

292

292

29.4

29.3

29.2

29.2

29.2

29.3

29.4

26.3

26.5

26.4

26.7

26.7

26.7

26.8

26.9

26.6

26.5

26.6

26.5

26.6

26.8

28

.......

Services:
Current dollars..
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Implicit price deflator

29
30
31
32
33

42

42

4.3

4.4

45

4.6

4.7

4.8

45

5.0

5.1

52

5.3

5.4

34
35
36

23.9

24.0

24.1

24.2

24.4

24.7

25.0

25.4

255

26.0

26.1

25.9

26.2

26.8

18.7

185

18.9

19.2

19.3

19.5

19.7

19.9

20.2

20.5

20.8

21.0

21.1

212

17.4

175

17.8

18.0

18.2

18.4

18.7

18.9

192

19.4

19.7

20.0

20.1

20.1

37
38
39
40

Gross private domestic Investment:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
knpfidt price deflator

•

41

—

8.3

8.7

7.9

7.3

7.4

6.7

72

7.6

7.7

7.7

75

7.0

6.9

6.8

42
43
44

Fixed investment:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights .
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Implicit price deflator
Nonresidential:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Price indexes:
Ftxed 1987 weights .
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Implicit price deflator

IV

III

II

7.1

1

..

III

II

1954

1953

1952

1951
Une

35.4

36.1

33.7

31.4

31.7

29.3

30.3

322

33.0

32.9

322

30.2

30.2

30.2

45
46
47
48
49

7.1

6.9

6.9

6.9

7.0

7.1

6.7

72

7.5

7.5

7.6

7.5

7.4

7.6

50
51
52

32.4

31.1

30.8

30.5

30.9

312

29.4

31.3

32.6

32.6

32.6

32.4

32.0

32.6

.............

..""11..

22.0

222

226

225

22.7

22.9

22.9

23.1

23.4

23.2

23.1

232

53
54
55
56

ZZZZZZ
22.3

22.5

57

..

—




6.4

65

6.5

6.5

6.6

6.0

6.5

6.9

7.0

72

7.1

6.9

6.9

27.5

28.3

28.8

28.3

28.4

28.6

262

28.1

29.6

29.7

302

30.1

29.4

292

.............

61
62
63

-

Structures:
Current dollars ..
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chan-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weignts
Price indexes:
Faed 1987 weights
ChaiMype annual weights
Benchmark-years weignts
Implicit price deflator

62

58
59
60

*

*

64

22.6

22.6

65

,

22.5
6.7

7.1

72

7.0

7.0

7.0

7.1

7.4

75

7.9

8.0

82

8.1

8.1

66
67
68

335

34.7

34.5

332

33.3

33.6

33.9

35.1

36.1

36.8

37.0

37.6

38.0

38.3

21.4

21.1

69
70
71
72

22.8

22.9

23.1

22.9

232

23.3

23.6

23.8

23.6

* *

.............

23.6

23.6

""

.......
.............
20.0

20.4

20.8

....
20.9

21.1

'215

21*5

21.0

21*1

21.4

2L7

21.7

Table 7.1 .-Fixed-Weighted and Alternative Quantity and Price Indexes for Gross Domestic Product: Annual, 1929-58, and Quarterly,
1947-58—Continued
[Index numbers, 1987=100; quarters seasonally adjusted] _
1951

1952

1
Producers' durable equipment:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Implicit price deflator
Residential:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Implicit price deflator
Exports of goods and services:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Implicit price deflator ...
Imports of goods and services:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Implicit price deflator
Government purchases:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weignts
Implicit price deflator
Federal:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weignts
Implicit price deflator
National defense:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights ..
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights .
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weignts
Implicit price deflator
Nondefense:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weignts
Implicit price deflator
State and local:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights .
Benchmark-years weights
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weignts
Implicit price deflator
See note at end of table.




II

11
1

IV

I

II

1954

1953

Line
III

IV

1

II

III

1

IV

II

III

IV

73
.....

5.9

6.0

62

62

6.3

6.4

5.4

6.1

65

6.5

6.8

6.6

6.3

6.3

65

65

74
75
76

24.4

24.9

25.9

25.8

25.9

26.1

222

24.4

262

25.9

26.7

262

24.9

24.4

25.1

24.7

24.4

24.2

23.9

24.1

242

24.5

24.4

24.9

24.8

252

25.4

25.1

25.4

25.7

25.8

26.1

77
78
79
80
81

92

8.1

7.6

7.8

8.0

82

82

8.6

8.7

8B

85

8.4

8.4

9.0

9.7

10.3

82
83
84

43.2

37.4

35.0

35.3

362

36.9

36.6

38.4

39.0

392

37.7

37.4

375

402

42.7

45.3

21.4

21.6

21.8

22.0

22.1

22.3

22.5

22.4

22.4

22.4

22.6

22.5

22.3

22.4

22.7

22.7

85
86
87
88
89

4.1

4.7

4.9

5.0

5.1

4.5

42

42

4.1

4.1

4.3

4.1

3.9

45

4.3

4.5

90
91
92

16.4

17.9

18.3

18.1

19.2

172

15.9

16.1

16.0

162

165

16.3

15.6

17.8

17.1

17.9

25.1

26.2

27.0

27.4

26.6

26.3

26.1

25.9

25.7

25.6

'25.5

25.4

25.3

25.3

25.3

25.4

93
94
95
96
97

2.9

3.0

2.8

2.8

3.0

2.9

3.0

32

3.1

32

32

3.1

2.9

32

3.0

3.0

98
99
100

11.1

10.8

10.1

10.0

11.3

11.2

11.9

13.0

12.8

13.4

13.4

12.9

122

13.3

12.6

12.8

101
102
103
104

26.5

27.8

28.0

27.6

26.2

25.8

25.3

24.8

24.3

242

24.0

23.7

24.0

24.0

24.0

233

105

5.6

6.5

7.3

7.9

8.0

8.5

8.6

8.9

9.1

9.3

92

92

8.9

8.6

85

85

106
107
108

38.1

43.4

48.0

50.6

51.5

53.0

53.5

542

55.5

56.1

55.6

55.1

53.4

51.9

51.0

50.1

14.8

14.9

15.3

15.6

15.6

16.0

16.1

16.4

16.4

16.6

16.5

16.6

16.7

16.6

16.6

16.9

145

13.7

12.9

122

12.1

77.3

742

71.8

109
110
111
112
113

7.6

9.3

112

12.4

12.7

13.5

13.9

14.3

14.7

152

14.6

51.3

62.9

73.2

79.0

81.0

83.8

85.8

86.7

88.7

90.1

88.1

86.1

80.9

117
118
119
120

14.8

14.8

15.3

15.7

15.7

16.1

162

165

16.6

16.9

16.6

16.8

17.0

16.6

121

8.3

10.5

13.0

14.5

14.6

15.7

162

16.7

16.9

17.1

16.7

16.4

15.3

14.5

114
115
116

...

5.3

5.6

5.5

5.7

6.7

6.4

6.7

6.9

7.6

9.4

82

8.4

8.6

7.6

72

8.4

.............
.............

.............

133
134
135
136

141
142
143
144

13.3

"

130
131
132

138
139
140

13.8

.

125
126
127
128

137

16.9

........

122
123
124 •

129

165

,.„,.„

4.1

4.3

4.4

4.4

4.4

4.6

4.5

4.6

4.8

4.8

4.9

5.0

52

5.4

5.6

5.6

27.9

28.4

28.5

28.5

28.6

29.1

285

29.1

29.7

29.7

30.4

31.1

311

322

33.0

332

14.7

15.0

15.3

15.4

15.5

15.7

155

16.0

16.1

16.1

162

162

.............

16.3

.............

16.6

16.8

16.9

Table 7.1 .—Fixed-Weighted and Alternative Quantity and Price Indexes for Gross Domestic Product: Annual, 1929-58, and Quarterly,
1947-58—Continued
(Index numbers, 1987=100; quarters seasonally adjusted]

1
Gross domestic product:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights..
Benchmark-years weights ...
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights..
Benchmark-years weights ...
Implicit price deflator
Personal consumption expenditures:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights .,
Chain-type annual weights .
Benchmark-years weights ...
Implicit price deflator
Durable goods:
Current dollars .
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights .
Benchmark-years weights ••
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights .
Benchmark-years weights ...
Implicit price deflator
Nondurable goods:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights .
Benchmark-years weights ..
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights .
Benchmark-years weights
Implicit price deflator
Services:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights .
Benchmark-years weights ..
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights .
Benchmark-years weights ..
Implicit price deflator
Gross private domestic investment:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Implicit price deflator
Fixed investment:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights .
Benchmark-years weights ..
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights .
Benchmark-years weights ...
Implicit price deflator
Nonresidential:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights.
Benchmark-years weights ...
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights ..,
Implicit price deflator
Structures:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights ....
Benchmark-years weights
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights ...
Benchmark-years weights
Implicit price deflator




III

II

IV

1

III

II

1958

1957

1956

1955
Line

IV

1

III

II

IV

1

IV

III

II

.

1

8.6

8.8

9.0

9.1

92

9.3

9.4

9.6

9.8

9.8

10.0

9.9

9.7

9.8

10.1

10.4

.

2

38.4

38.7

39.2

39.5

39.4

39.6

39.7

402

40.5

40.4

40.8

40.3

39.4

39.7

40.5

41.4

5
6
7
8

22.5

22.8

23.0

23.1

23.4

23.5

23.7

23.9

24.2

24.3

24.5

24.5

24.7

24.7

24.9

25.1

9

8.3

8.4

8.6

8.7

8.8

8.8

8.9

9.1

92

9.3

9.5

9.5

9.5

9.6

9.8

9.9

10
11
12

33.6

34.1

34.4

35.1

35.1

35.2

35.3

35.7

35.9

36.0

36.3

36.5

36.1

36.5

37.0

37.4

13
14
15
16

27.8

27.8

27.9

28.0

28.2

28.4

28.6

28.8

29.0

292

29.4

29.5

29.9

29.9

30.0

30.1

24.6

24.7

24.9

24.8

24.9

25.1

25.3

25.5

25.7

25.9

26.1

26.1

26.4

26.3

26.4

265

17

9.0

9.6

10.1

9.8

9.4

9.4

9.3

9.7

10.0

9.9

9.8

9.7

92

9.0

9.2

95

18
19
20

26.8

28.5

29.1

29.3

27.6

27.0

26.9

26.8

27.6

27.1

26.5

26.6

25.3

25.1

252

26.0

21
22
23
24

50.6

50.1

50.3

50.2

50.5

50.9

51.5

52.3

52.6

53.3

532

53.1

54.4

54.0

53.9

53.8

33.8

33.7

34.5

33.5

34.1

34.8

34.7

36.3

36.1

36.4

36.9

36.4

36.4

35.9

36.4

365

25

12.1

12.3

12.4

12.6

12.8

12.9

13.0

13.1

13.3

13.4

13.8

13.7

13.8

13.9

14.1

142

26
27
28

45.5

46.3

46.7

47.6

48.1

47.9

47.9

48.3

48.5

48.8

49.4

49.3

48.7

49.0

49.8

50.4

29
30
31
32

29.3

29.3

29.3

29.3

29.4

29.7

29.9

30.0

30.3

30.4

30.7

30.8

312

31.3

312

31,1

26.6

26.5

26.5

26.5

26.5

26.8

27.1

272

27.4

27.5

27.8

27.9

28.3

28.4

28.4

28.3

33

5.7

5.8

5.9

6.0

6.1

62

6.3

6.5

6.6

6.7

6.7

6.9

7.0

7.1

7.3

7.3

34
35
36

27.9

28.0

28.2

28.7

29.0

29.3

29.7

30.1

30.2

30.4

30.6

31.0

31.0

31.6

32.1

322

37
38
39
40

21.5

21.6

21.7

21.9

22.0

22,1

22.3

22.5

22.6

22.7

22.9

23.1

23.3

23.4

23.5

23.7

205

20.6

20.8

20.9

21.1

212

21.4

21.5

21.7

21.9

22.1

22.3

22.4

22.5

22.6

22.8

9.8

8.7

8.1

7.8

8.7

9.8

30.6

33.0

36.3

8.7

8.8

9.4

41

8.6

9.1

9.3

9.8

9.8

9.5

9.7

9.5

9.6

9.6

42
43
44

35.9

38.1

38.6

39.5

38.2

37.9

37.6

37.0

36.3

35.9

36.5

33.7

31.3

9.1

9.2

92

9.4

9.5

9.5

9.6

9.6

9.7

9.6

8.9

45
46
47
48
49

8.4

8.8

50
51
52

35.7

37.1

37.8

38.0

37.3

37.5

37.5

37.1

37.0

36.5

36.8

36.2

34.3

33.4

33.8

35.8

23.4

23.6

24.0

24.2

24.7

25.0

25.4

25.7

26.0

26.2

26.5

26.5

26.1

26.1

262

262

53
54
55
56
57

7.1

7.6

8.1

8.5

8.6

8.8

9.1

92

9.4

9.5

9.7

9.5

8.8

8.4

8.3

8.6

58
59
60

29.8

31.6

33.2

34.4

33.9

34.3

34.8

34.5

34.6

34.4

35.1

34.2

32.1

30.8

30.1

31.1

23.9

24.0

24.5

24.8

25.4

25.7

262

26.8

27.3

27.5

27.8

27.9

27.3

27.4

27.6

27.8

61
62
63
64

8.3

65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72

*

8.6

9.0

9.4

102

10.5

10.9

10.9

11.0

11.1

11.1

11.1

10.6

10.3

10.1

10.3

392

40.1

41.3

42.3

43.6

452

45.5

45.4

45.1

45.1

45.0

44.7

43.8

42.4

41.4

42.1

24.1

242

24.3

24.4

.............

21.3

21.5

21.8

22.3

23.3

232

23.9

24.1

24.3

24.6

24.7

247

Table 7.1.-Fixed-Weighted and Alternative Quantity and Price Indexes for Gross Domestic Product: Annual, 1929-58, and Quarterly,
1947-58—Continued
[Index numbers, 1987=100; quarters seasonally adjusted]
1957

1956

1955
Line
1!

1
Producers' durable equipment;
Current dollars .
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
........
Chain-type annual weights .
Benchmark-years weights ...
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights .
Benchmark-years weights ...
Implicit price deflator

11
1

I

IV

11
1

II

1958

IV

11
1

7.1

7.7

8.1

7.8

7.9

8.2

8.3

8,6

8.6

9.0

8.8

7.8

7.5

24.9

27.2

28.9

30.3

28.9

28.6

292

28.7

29.1

28.8

29.8

28.7

25.9

24.7

77
78
79
80

26.1

26.0

26.5

26.6

27.0

27.7

28.1

29.0

29.7

29.9

30.1

30.5

30.2

302

81

11.1

11.4

112

10.7

10.5

10.6

10.4

102

10.1

9.8

9.8

97

9.3

9.3

43.5

42.9

42.2

41.2

40.7

40.6

39.1

39.1

23.8

23.9

24.0

23.9

23.7

74
75
76

48.6

49.3

482

46.0

44.7

44.4

85
86
87
88

22.8

23.1

23.3

23.3

23.6

23.9

24.0

23.9

89

4.7

4.6

5.0

5.0

5.3

5.7

6.0

6.3

6.8

6.7

6.5

6.3

5.6

5.6

23.7

23.1

22.2

20.0

20.1

28.3

28.1

82
83
84

18.4

17.9

19.1

19.1

19.9

21.2

21.8

22.8

24.4

93
94
95
96

25.6

25.8

26.0

26.3

267

27.0

27.3

27.6

28.0

28.1

28.1

97

32

3.4

3.4

3.6

3.7

3.7

3,8

3.7

4.0

4.0

3.9

3.9

3.8

4.0

16.9

17.7

90
91
92

...

Imports of goods and services:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weiohts
Benchmark-years weights
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Implicit price deflator

98
99
100
101
102
103
104

13.4

14.4

14.7

15.1

15.6

15.7

16.0

15.1

16.4

16.6

16.3

16.5

23*8

23.5

23.4

237

23.9

23.8

23.7

24.1

24.1

24.1

23**9

23.5

22.7

Government purchases:
105

Federal:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Price indexes:
Benchmark-years weights
Implicit price deflator
National defense:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Implicit price deflator
Nondefense:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Implicit price deflator

8.5

8.6

87

8.6

8.7

9.1

9.1

9.4

9.8

9.8

9.9

102

102

10.6

106
107
108

51.0

49.9

502

49.4

49.3

50.3

50,3

51.5

52.4

52.5

532

53.1

52.9

54.1

109
110
111
112

167

172

17.4

17*4

17.7

18.0

mb

182

18*6

18.6

18.7

192

19.2

19.5

113

Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Implicit price deflator

State and local:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Price indexes:
Fixed 1937 weights
Chain-type annua! weights
Benchmark-years weights
Implicit price deflator

II

I

6.5

73

Residential:
Current dollars .
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights.
Benchmark-years weights ...
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights.
Benchmark-years weights ..
Implicit price deflator
Exports ot goods and services:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Implicit price deflator

IV

12.0

12.0

12.2

11.8

11.9

12.5

12.3

12.8

13.4

132

13.3

13.7

13.4

14.1

68.5

70.7

71.7

71.6

72.4

71.1

69.6

71.4

72.3

69.3

70.0

67.7

672

687

117
118
119
120

17.3

175

175

177

18.1

17.9

18.1

18.6

18.4

18.4

19.3

19.2

19.7

m
13.4

13.2

13.6

13.2

13.3

14.0

14.0

14.5

15.0

152

15.5

15.4

15.5

15.8

121

8.1

7.6

7.3

7.7

6.9

7.3

82

6.8

6.6

6.9

8.7

8.1

8.4

7.5

5.9

6.0

6.1

6.3

6.5

6.6

6.7

7.0

7.1

7.3

7.5

7.7

7.9

5.8

35.5

36.0

362

36.6

37.4

37.7

38.2

39.1

40.0

40.7

17.7

17,9i

182

18.4

18.6I

18.9\

19.C1

19.1

19.2

19.3

,
.
,

114
115
116

.
.
.

.
.
.

122
123
124

.
.
.
.

125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
144

34.4

34.8

34.9

35.2

16.9

17.0

17.2

17.3

Note.—The fixed-weighted measures use as weights the composition ot output in 1987. The alternative quantity

Digitizedprice indexes are not included in this volume. However, annual estimates of these alternative indexes tor 1929
for FRASER


upon request. Percent changes from preceding period
for selected items in this table are shown in table 8.1.

Table 7.2.—Fixed-Weighted and Alternative Quantity and Price Indexes for Gross Domestic Product, Final Sales, and Purchases:
Annual, 1929-58, and Quarterly, 1947-58
[Index numbers, 1987=100; quarters seasonally adjusted]
Line
Gross domestic product:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Implicit price deflator
Final sales of domestic product1:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Pnce indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Implicit price deflator
Gross domestic purchases2:
Current dollars
Quan% indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Cham-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Implicit price deflator
Final sales to domestic purchasers1:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Cham-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Implicit price deflator

Final sales of domestic product
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Implicit price deflator
Gross domestic purchases3:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Impticit price deflator
final sales to domestic purchasers
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Implicit price deflator




1930

1931

1932

1933

1934

1935

1936

1937

1938

1939

1940

1941

1942

1943

1

2.3

2.0

1.7

1,3

1.2

1.4

1.6

1.8

2.0

1.9

2.0

22

2.8

3.5

42

2
3
4

18.1

16.5

15.2

132

12.9

13.9

15.0

17.1

17.9

172

18.5

20.0

23.6

28.3

33.9

12.5

12.1

11.0

9.7

9.5

10.3

10.6

10.6

112

10.9

10.8

11.0

11.7

12.3

12.5

5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16

22

2.0

1.7

1.3

1.3

1.5

1.6

1.8

2.0

1.9

2.0

22

2.7

35

4.3

18.0

16.6

15.5

13.7

13.2

14.1

15.0

17.0

17.7

17.4

18.6

19,7

23.1

282

34.1

12.5

12.1

11.0

9.8

9.6

10.3

10.5

10.6

11.0

10.9

10.8

11.0

11.6

12.3

12.5

17

22

1.9

1.6

12

12

1.4

1.5

1.8

1.9

1.8

1.9

2.1

2.7

3.4

42

18
19
20

175

16.0

14.8

12.9

12.6

13.5

14.7

16.7

17.4

165

17.9

19.2

22.8

27.7

33.5

125

12.0

10.9

9.6

9.4

10.2

10.5

10.6

112

10.8

10.8

11.0

11.6

12.3

12.4

21
22
23
24
25

22

1.9

1.7

1.3

1.2

1.4

1.5

1.8

1.9

1.8

1.9

2.1

2.6

3.4

42

26
27
28

17.4

16.1

15.1

13.3

12.9

13.7

14.7

16.6

172

16.8

17.9

19.0

22.3

27.6

33.7

12.5

12.i

11.0

9.7

9.5

10.2

10.5

10.6

11.0

10.8

10.8

10.9

11.5

122

12.5

29
30
31
32

Line
Gross domestic product:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Implicit price deflator

1929

1944

1945

1946

1947

1948

1949

1950

1951

1952

1953

1954

1955

1956

1957

1958

1

4.6

4.7

4.7

52

5.7

5.7

6.3

7.3

7.7

8.2

8.2

8.9

9.4

9.9

10.0

2
3
4

36.8

35.3

28.0

27.6

28.6

28.8

31.2

34.3

35.8

37.1

36.9

38.9

39.7

405

40.3

12.6

13.3

16.7

18.7

20.0

19.9

20.2

21.3

21.5

22.0

222

22.9

23.6

24.4

24.9

5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16

4.7

4.8

4.6

52

5.6

5.8

6.2

7.1

7.7

8.2

8.3

8.8

9.4

9.9

10.1

37.1

35.7

27.6

27.8

28.5

29.1

30.9

33.9

35.8

37.2

37.2

38.8

39.7

40.7

40.6

12.6

13.3

16.5

18.7

19.8

19.9

20.1

21.0

21.4

21.9

22.2

22.8

23.6

24.4

24.9

..............

17

4.6

4.6

4.4

4.8

5.4

5.4

6.1

7.0

7.4

7.9

7.9

8.6

9.1

9.5

9.7

18
19
20

36.3

34.7

26.6

25.9

27.4

27.5

30.2

33.0

34.6

361

35.8

37.9

38.5

39.2

39.4

12.5

132

16.4

18.5

19.9

19.7

20.2

21.3

215

21.9

22.1

22.8

23.5

242

24.6

8.6

9.0

9.5

9.8
39.6

24.6

21
22
23
24
25

4.6

4.6

4.3

4.8

5.4

5.5

6.0

6.9

7.4

7.9

8.0

26
27
28

36.6

35.1

26.1

26.0

27.3

27.9

29.9

32.6

34.6

362

36.1

37.7

38.5

39.4

12.6

132

16.3

185

19.6

19.8

20.1

21.0

21.4

21.9

22.2

22.7

23.4

242

29
30
31
32

Table 7.2.—Fixed-Weighted and Alternative Quantity and Price Indexes for Gross Domestic Product, Final Sales, and Purchases:
Annual, 1929-58, and Quarterly, 1947-58-Continued
(Index numbers, 1987=100; quarters seasonally adjusted]
1950

1949

1948

1947
Line

Gross domestic product:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Rxed 1967 weights
Chain-type annual weights .
Benchmark-years weignts ...
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights .
Benchmark-years weights ...
Implicit price deflator
Final sales of domestic product1:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Rxed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weignts
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Implicit price deflator
Gross domestic purchases2:
Current dollars .
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights .
Benchmark-years weights ...
Price indexes:
Rxed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights .

III

5.0

5.1

5.2

5.4

5.5

5.7

5.8

5.9

5.8

5.7

5.7

5.7

5.9

6.1

6.5

27.3

27.5

27.6

28.0

28.3

28.5

28.7

29.0

28.8

28.7

28.9

28.7

29.8

30.7

31.8

18.3

18.5

19.3

19.6

19.9

20.3

20.3

20.0

19.8

19.8

19.9

19.9

20.4

5.0

5.1

5.3

5.4

5.5

5.6

5.7

5.8

5.8

5.8

5.8

5.8

5.9

6.1

6.4

6.5

27.6

27.9

28.0

28.2

28.4

28.5

28.9

28.9

292

292

29.2

29.7

30.6

31.7

31.8

18.3

18.6

18.9

20.0

20.0

19.9

19.9

19.9

20.4

20.4

19.4

20.0

4.6

4.7

4.8

5.0

52

5.4

5.6

5.6

5.4

5.4

5.4

5.4

5.7

5.9

6.3

6.6

25.5

25.7

25.8

26.4

26.9

27.3

27.5

27.8

27.4

27.4

27.7

27.6

28.7

29.6

30.9

31.7

19.1

19.4

19.8

20.1

19.9

19.7

19.7

19.7

19.8

19.9

20.5

20.7

5.0

52

5.3

5.4

5.5

5.5

5.5

5.5

5.6

5.7

5.9

6.3

6.3

27.3

27.7

27.6

27.9

27.9

28.1

28.6

29.5

30.7

30.8

19.9

m

19.8

1'9'i

'i'9'7

'i5S

m

"i9.9|

"20.4

20.4

18.2
4.7

4.9

25.7

25.8

26.1

26.4

26.8

27.2

tab

IA3

ie.6

19.1

192

m

4.6

1954

1953

1952

1951

III

Gross domestic product:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Rxed 1987 weights
Chain-type annua! weights
Benchmark-years weignts
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Implicit price deflator
Final sales of domestic product»:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Price indexes:
Foced 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Implicit price deflator

Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Implicit price deflator
Rnal sales to domestic purchasers3:
Current dollars
!.
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Price indexes:
fxed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Implicit price deflator




IV

7.3

7.4

7.5

7.6

7.6

7.7

8.0

8.1

82

82

8.1

8.1

8.1

82

8.4

33.1

34.1

34.9

35.2

35.4

35.5

35.7

36.5

372

37.3

37.2

36.8

36.6

36.5

37.0

37.4

21.4

21.3

212

21.3

21.3

21.3

21.6

21.8

21.9

22.1

22.1

72

7.4

7.5

7.6

7.6

7.9

8.1

82

82

82

82

82

8.4

7.0

8.3

6.9

36.4

37.1

37.3

37.3

37.2

36.9

36.9

37.3

37.7

22.0

22.0

22.1

222

7.1

22.0

22.3

32.6

33.3

34.5

35.0

35.3

35.8

35.6

21.1

20.9

21.0

21.2

212

21.3

21.4

21.7

21.8

21.9

7.1

72

7.3

7.3

75

7.8

7.9

8.0

7.8

7.8

7.9

8.1

7.0

7.8

6.9

35.6

35.5

35.9

36.3

22.0

22.1

22.1

22.3

2

Gross domestic purchases :
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights .

20.7

27.5

Implicit price deflator
Final sales to domestic purchasers3:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weignts
Implicit price deflator
...

IV

22.3

32.0

32.8

33.5

33.8

34.1

34.3

34.7

35.5

362

36.4

362

35.8

21.4

21.3

21.2

21.3

21.3

21.3

21.5

21.8

21.8

21.9

22.0

21.9

6.7

6.7

6.9

7.1

72

7.4

7.4

7.7

7.9

8.0

8.0

7.9

7.9

7.9

8.0

8.1

34.6

34.6

35.4

36.1

36.4

36.3

36.2

35.9

35.9

362

36.5

21.3

21.4

21.7

21.8

21.9

21.9

21.9

22.1

22.1

22.1

22.3

31.6

32.1

33.1

33.6

33.9

212

20.9

20.9

21.1

212

Table 7.2.—Fixed-Weighted and Alternative Quantity and Price Indexes for Gross Domestic Product, Final Sales, and Purchases:
Annual, 1929-58, and Quarterly, 1947-58—Continued
[Index numbers, 1987=100; quarters seasonally adjusted]
1958

1957

1956

1955
Line
1
Gross domestic product:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights

IV

1

IV

1

1
1

11
1

IV

1

II

11
1

IV

8.6

8.8

9.0

9.1

92

9.3

9.4

9.6

9.8

9.8

10.0

9.9

9.7

9.8

10.1

10.4

38.4

38.7

39.2

39.5

39.4

39.6

39.7

402

40.5

40.4

40.8

40.3

39.4

39.7

40.5

41.4

22.5

22.8

23.0

23.1

23.4

23.5

23.7

23.9

242

24.3

24.5

24.5

24.7

24.7

24.9

25.1

5
6
7
8

Implicit price deflator

9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16

8.6

8.8

9.0

9.0

9.1

9.3

9.4

9.6

9.8

9.8

10.0

10.0

9.9

10.0

10.1

10.3

38.4

38.6

39.0

39.3

39.2

39.6

39.7

40.3

40.6

40.5

40.8

40.8

40.0

402

40.7

41.4

22.4

22.7

23.0

23.0

232

23.5

23.7

23.9

242

24.3

24.5

24.6

24.7

24.8

24.9

25.0

17

..

8.4

8.6

8.7

8.9

8.9

9.0

9.1

92

9.4

9.5

9.6

9.5

9.4

9.5

9.8

10.1

18
19
20

37 2

37.7

38.1

38.5

38.3

38.5

38.5

38.9

39.1

39.1

395

39.1

38.5

38.9

39.6

40.5

22.4

22.7

22.9

23.0

23.3

23.4

23.6

23.7

24.0

242

24.3

24.3

24.4

24.5

24.7

24.9

21
22
23
24
25

8.3

8.5

8.7

8.8

8.8

9.0

9.1

92

9.4

9.4

9.6

9.7

9.5

9.7

9.8

10.0

26
27
28

372

37.6

38.0

382

382

38.4

38.5

38.9

392

392

39.6

39.6

39.0

39.4

39.8

40.5

24.5

24.7

24.8

29
30
31
32

...
.............
22.4

227

22.9

229

23.1

1. Equals GDP less change In business inventories.
2. Equals GDP less net exports of goods and services or the sum of personal consumptions expenditures, gross
private domestic investment, and government purchases.




11
1

II

1

Final sales of domestic product
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fued 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
BenchnwrVyears weights
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Implicit price deflator

Final sales to domestic purchasers3:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weignts
Implicit price deflator

Hi

2
3
4

Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
C^n-type s^nual weights

Gross domestic purchasesI:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-yeara weights
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weignts
Implicit price deflator

II

23.4

23.5

23.7

24.0

24.1

24.3

.............
24.4

24.5

3. Equals gross domestic purchases less change in business inventories or the sum of personal consumption
expenditures, gross private domestic fixed investment, and government purchases.
NOTE.-Percent changes from preceding period for selected items in this table are shown in table 8.1.

Table 7.3.—Fixed-Weighted and Alternative Quantity and Price Indexes for Gross National Product and Command-Basis Gross
National Product: Annual, 1929-58, and Quarterly, 1947-58
[Index numbers, 1987=100; quarters seasonally adjusted]
Une

1929

1930

1931

1932

1933

1934

1935

1936

1937

1938

1939

1941

1940

Gross national product:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Rxed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Implicit pKQ deflator

5
6
7
8

12.6

12.1

11.0

97

95

10.3

105

105

112

105

105

iT6

Less: Exports of goods and services and receipts
of factor Income:
Current dollars
Quantity index,fixed1987 weights

9
10

1.5
9.6

12
8.1

.8
6.7

.5
5.3

.5
52

.6
5.6

.7
6.1

5
6.5

1.0
82

5
75

1.0
8.3

12
92

Plus: Command-basis exports of goods and
services and receipts of factor income:
Current dollars
Quantity index, fixed 1987 weights

11
12

1.6
9.5

1.2
8.7

.8
7.4

5
6.1

.5
6.2

.7
6.7

5
7.3

.8
7.4

1.1
8.7

1.0
85

1.1
&9

Equals: Command-basts grass national product:
Current dollars
Quantity index, fixed 1987 weights

13
14

2.3
182

2.0
16.7

1.7
15.4

1.3
13.4

12
13.1

1.4
14.1

1.6
152

15
17.3

2.0
18.0

1.9
175

2.0
18.6

1943

1

2.3

2.0

1.7

1.3

1.2

1.4

1.6

1.8

2.0

1.9

20

22

25

35

42

2
3
4

182

16.6

15.3

13.3

13.0

14.0

15,1

172

17.9

172

18.6

20.0

23.6

28.4

34.0

Line
Gross national product:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Implicit price deflator

1942

..............
..............

..............

..............

1944

1945

1946

1947

1948

1949

1950

1951

**
*

"""'

1952

*

......

125

125

1.3
9.7

1.1
65

1.0
55

15
10.0

15
105

12
8.7

1.1
8.0

22
20.1

1954

1953

.. ... ..

2.8
23.8

35
28.5

42
342

1956

1955

1957

1958

1

4.7

4.7

4.7

52

5.8

5.7

6.3

7.3

7.7

82

82

9.0

9.4

9.9

10.1

2
3
4

36.8

35.3

28.1

27.7

285

28.9

31.4

345

36.0

375

37.0

39.1

39.9

40.7

405

5
6
7
8

126

13.3

16.7

18.7

20.0

19.9

202

21.3

215

22.0

222.

229

23.6

24.4

24.9

Less: Exports of goods and services and receipts
of factor income:
Current dollars
Quantity index, fixed 1987 weights

9
10

12
6.5

1.6
8.2

3.2
15.6

4.3
18.7

3.7
15.1

35
145

3.1
13.6

42
16.5

4.1
16.1

3.9
155

4.0
162

45
17.8

5.4
20 2

6.0
21.9

52
t9.1

Plus: Command-basts exports of goods and
services and receipts of factor income:
Current dollars
Quantity index, fixed 1987 weights

11
12

1.3
92

1.8
12.0

3.9
18.9

5.1
20.6

4.3
16.6

4.0
16.3

3.4
135

4.7
15.7

4.5
165

42
162

45
165

45
192

5.8
22.6

6.6
255

5.6
23.0

Equals: Command-basis gross national product:
Current dollars
Quantity index, fixed 1987 weights

13
14

4.7
37.1

4.7
35.7

4.7
28.4

52
27.9

5.8
28.9

5.7
29.0

6.3
31.4

75
34.4

7.7
36.0

82
37.4

82
37.1

9.0
39.3

9.4
402

9.9
41.1

10.1
405

1947

1948

1950

1949

Line

Gross national product:
Current dollars .
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights .
Benchmark-years weights ...
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights .
Benchmark-years weights ...
implicit price deflator
Sports of goods and services and receipts
of factor Income:
Current dollars
Quantity index,fix'ed"i987weighis"".".""'.!."."!.",'
Plus: Command-basis exports of goods and
services and receipts of factor Income:
Current dollars
Quantity index, fixed' 1987 wights'"
Et,

Cw?emdolSSld"baSlS 9 T O S S n a t i o n a l P ^ n c t :
Quantity index, fix'^'l987 weights'"
See note at end of table.




5.9

6.1

65

29.9

305

32.0

195

195

19.9

3.4
14.7

2.9
12.9

25
129

3.0
13.1

3.1
13.7

45
175

3.9
16.0

35
135

32
132

32
132

3.4
13.4

5.7
29.0

5.7
292

5.7
285

5.9
295

6.1

305

65
315

5.0

5.1

52

5.6

5.7

5.9

5.9

5.8

5.7

5.7

27.4

27.6

27.7

28.4

28.7

28.8

29.1

285

28JB

18.3

18.5

18.7

19.3

19.6

19.9

20.4

20.3

20.0

195

19.8

42
18.7

4.5
19.5

4.5
19.0

4.1
17.4

4.0
16.1

3.7
14.7

3.7
15.0

35
145

3.9

16.0

3.7
15.8

5.0
21.0

5.3
21.6

5.3
21.1

4.8
185

4.6
17.6

42

16.1

42
16.6

4.0
16.1

4.4
17.8

5.0
27.6

5.1
27.8

52
28.0

5.4
28 2

5.6
28.6

5.7
285

5.9
29.0

5.9
29.3

5.8
29.1

5.7

29.0

Table 7.3.—Fixed-Weighted and Alternative Quantity and Price Indexes for Gross National Product and Command-Basis Gross
National Product: Annual, 1929-58, and Quarterly, 1947-58—Continued
[Index numbers, 1987=100; quarters seasonally adjusted]
1954

1953

1952

1951
Line
1
Gross national product:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Implicit price deflator

11
1

II

1

IV

II

11
1

IV

1

II!

1
1

IV

I

III

II

IV

1

7.1

7.3

7.4

7.5

7.6

7.6

7.7

8.0

82

82

82

8.1

8.1

8.1

8.2

8.4

2
3
4

33.3

34.3

35.1

35.3

35.6

35.7

35.9

36.7

37.3

37.5

37.3

37.0

36.7

36.7

37.1

37.6

5
6
7
8

21.4

21.3

212

21.3

21.4

21.3

21.6

21.9

21.9

22.0

22.0

22.0

22.1

22.1

22.1

22.3

Less: Exports of goods and services and receipts
of factor income:
Current dollars
Quantity index, fixed 1987 weights

9
10

3.7
15.1

42
16.6

4.4
17.1

4.5
17.1

4.6
17.7

4.1
16.3

3.8
15.2

3.9
15.3

3.8
15.2

3.9
15.5

3.9
15.8

3.8
15.4

3.7
15.0

4.1
16.7

4.0
162

42
17.0

Plus: Command-basis exports of goods and
services and receipts of factor Income:
Curern dollars
Quantity index, fixed 1967 weights

11
12

4.1
14.3

4.7
15.5

4.9
16.3

5.0
16.7

5.1
17.7

4.5
16.3

42
15.4

4.2
15.7

4.1
15.9

4.1
16.1

4.3
16.6

4.1
16.3

3.9
15.6

4.5
17.3

4.3
16.9

4.5
17.9

Equals: Command-basis gross national product:
Current dollars
Quantity index, fixed 1987 weights

13
14

7.1
33.2

7.3
34.2

7.4
35.0

7.5
35.3

7.6
35.6

7.6
35.7

7.7
35.9

8.0
36.7

8.2
37.4

8.2
37.6

8.2
37.4

8.1
37.0

8.1
36.8

8.1
36.8

8.2
372

8.4
37.7

I

II

1

II

1

II

I

II

...

1955

1956

1957

1958

Line

Gross national product:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Implicit price deflator

IV

III

III

IV

11
1

IV

III

IV

1

8.7

8.9

9.1

92

9.3

9.4

9.5

9.7

9.9

9.9

10.1

9.9

9.8

9.9

102

10.5

2
3
4

38.6

38.9

39.4

39.7

39.6

39.8

39.9

40.4

40.7

40.7

41.0

40.5

39.6

39.9

40.7

41.6

22.5

22.8

23.0

23.2

23.4

23.5

23.7

23.9

24.2

24.3

24.5

24.5

24.7

24.7

24.9

25.1

5
6
7

Less: Exports of goods and services and receipts
of factor income:
Current dollars
Quantity index, fixed 1987 weights

9
10

4.4
17.5

4.3
17.2

4.6
18.1

4.7
182

5.0
19.1

5.3
20.0

5.5
20.7

5.7
21.1

6.2
22.7

6.2
22.5

6.0
21.9

5.7
20.6

5.2
18.9

52
19.0

52
19.1

5.2
19.3

Ptus: Command-basis exports of goods and
services and receipts of factor Income:
Current dollars
Quantity index, fixed 1987 weights

11
12

4.7
18.6

4.6
18.6

5.0
19.8

5.0
19.9

5.3
20.9

5.7
22.3

6.0
23.4

6.3
23.8

6.8
25.9

6.7
25.6

6.5
25.2

6.3
24.3

5.6
22.9

5.6
23.2

5.6
23.0

5.6
22.8

Equals: Command-basis gross national product:
Current dollars
Quantity index, fixed 1987 weights

13
14

8.7
38.7

8.9
39.1

9.1
39.5

92
39.9

9.3
39.8

9.4
40.1

9.5
402

9.7
40.7

9.9
41.0

9.9
41.0

10.1
41.4

9.9
40.9

9.8
40.0

9.9
40.4

102
41.1

10.5
42.0

NOTE.—Percent changes from preceding period for selected items in this table are shown in table 0.1.




Table 7.4.-Price Indexes for Personal Consumption Expenditures by Major Type of Product, Fixed 1987 Weights: Annual, 1929-58,
and Quarterly, 1947-58
[Index numbers, 1987=100; quarters seasonally adjusted]
Line
Personal consumption expenditures
Durable goods
Motor vehicles and parts
Furniture and household equipment
Other
Nondurable goods
Food
Clothing and shoes
Gasoline and oil
Fuel oil and coal
Other
Services
Housing
Household operation
Electricity and gas
Other household operation
Transportation
Medical care
Other
Addenda:
Price indexes for personal consumption
expenditures:
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights

Durable goods
Motor vehicles and parts
Furniture and household equipment
Other
Nondurable goods
Food
Clothing and shoes
Gasoline and oil
Fuel oil and coal
Other
Services
Housing
Household operation
Electricity and gas
Other household operation
Transportation
Medical care
Other
Addenda:
Price indexes for personal consumption
expenditures:
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights

1930

1931

1932

1934

1933

1935

1937

1936

1938

1939

1940

1941

1942

20.6

192

17.1

15.2

145

14.8

14.9

15.1

155

15.4

152

15.3

16.0

17.7

18.8

2

465

40.5

33.8

28.6

26.8

28.1

27.7

27.7

28.6

285

28.0

28.2

29.8

34.8

36.6

3
4
5

20.0
94.7
28.6

19.3
77.1
28.5

18.0
58.8
27.7

16.9
45.9
25.4

15.5
42.9
24.7

16.3
45.9
24.4

16.0
45.4
23.8

16.1
45.4
23.8

165
47.3
24.0

17.2
462
23.7

16.8
45.0
23.8

16.7
45.3
24.8

17.9
47.4
262

20.9
55.7
30.1

22.4
59.1
29.6

6

18.3

175

152

13.3

132

142

145

14.5

15.0

14.4

142

14.3

15.3

17.6

19.3

7
8
9
10
11

15.9
23.4
20.0
9.7
20.4

14.9
22.4
19.1
9.6
19.9

12.3
19.6
16.2
9.0
18.7

10.1
16.0
16.8
82
17.3

10.1
165
16.7
7.9
16.8

11.1
19.3
175
8.4
16.8

11.7
19.0
17.5
82
16.7

11.7
19.0
18.1
8.3
16.7

12.1
20.0
185
8.4
172

11.3
195
18.0
8.4
16.9

11.2
19.0
172
8.2
16.6

11.3
19.2
16.9
8.5
16.9

12.3
21.2
17.7
8.9
172

14.5
25.4
18.5
9.5
18.9

16.6
28.6
18.7
10.0
19.8

12

15.8

15.2

14,3

132

12.3

12.0

12.1

12.3

12.7

12.8

12.8

12.9

13.1

13.6

14.1

13
14
15
16
17
18
19

23.6
26.3

23.0
25.9

21.8
25.3

19.6
24.8

17.3
24.5

15.8
242

15.8
23.9

162
23.5

16.9
23.3

17.5
23.1

17.5
22.9

17.5
22.9

17.8
23.0

18.2
23.6

18.3
242

19.5
7.3
10.4

16.3
7.3
10.0

15.6
6.6
9.1

14.0
5.9
8.4

13.2
5.9
8.1

12.8
62
8.3

13.4
65
8.4

13.5
6.8
8.7

13.4
7.0
9.0

12.9
7.1
9.1

13.3
7.0
9.2

12.9
72
92

13.2
7.4
95

14.3
7.9
10.0

14.8
8.5
10.7

20
21

1944

1945

1946

1947

1949

1948

1950

1951

1952

1954

1953

1955

1956

1957

20.0

20.3

21.3

23.4

24.9

25.0

25.3

26.7

272

27.6

275

27.9

28.5

29.3

30.0

2

40.6

392

412

465

49.6

51.3

51.3

53.8

53.6

532

52.2

50.3

51.3

53.1

54.1

3
4
5

25.1
65.0
33.3

20.6
67.4
34.2

242
67.7
34.3

27.2
77.8
37.0

30.6
82.1
37.3

32.7
83.9
37.4

33.0
84.1
36.4

34.9
872
39.1

37.1
83.1
39.3

37.0
81.8
39.4

36.9
79.3
38.7

35.0
76.9
38.0

36.6
77.3
38.5

38.6
79.4
39.0

39.9
80.1
395

6

20.6

21.6

23.3

26.0

27.6

26.7

26.7

28.8

29.0

28.9

29.1

29.0

29.4

302

30.9

7
8
9
10
11

17.1
32.9
18.7
10.3
21.2

17.6
36.0
18.6
10.3
21.9

19.6
38.7
19.0
10.9
22.7

22.3
41.4
21.3
12.3
26.1

23.4
43.9
23.9
14.4
27.7

22.6
41.9
24.4
14.5
26.8

22.8
41.4
245
14.9
26.7

24.9
44.8
25.0
15.5
28.6

25.5
44.0
255
15.7
28.4

25.1
44.0
26.6
162
28.6

25.3
44.0
27.1
16.3
28.6

25.0
43.8
27.4
165
28.9

25.3
445
28.3
17.0
29.4

26.1
45.1
29.5
17.9
30.3

27.0
45.3
292
17.6
31.1

12

14.6

14.9

15.3

162

172

17.7

182

18.9

19.6

20.6

212

21.7

222

22.8

23.5

13
14
15
16
17
18
19

18.3
24.7

18.4
25.0

18.6
235

192
23.8

205
24.6

21.3
25.3

22.1
262

23.0
26.8

23.9
27.6

252
28.4

26.1
28.5

26.4
28.8

26.9
29.1

27.4
29.6

28.0
30.5

15.0
9.0
11.5

14.7
9.5
12.2

14.8
10.4
132

16.1
115
14.3

17.6
12.1
15.3

18.2
12.1
15.7

18.7
12.3
16.1

19.4
12.7
17.0

20.3
13.4
17.4

215
14.1
18.3

22.1
14.6
18.9

21.9
15.0
19.7

21.8
15.4
20.8

22.4
16.1
21.4

23.6
16.7
22.0

1

II

20
21

1947
I
Personal consumption expenditures

Motor vehicles and parts
Furniture and household equipment
Other
Nondurable goods
Food
Clothing and shoes
Gasoline and oil
Fuel ol and coal
Other
Services
Housing
Household operation ...
Electricity and gas......
Other household operation
Transportation
Medical care
Other
Addenda:
Price indexes for personal consumption
expenditures:
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights




1958

1

1948

1950

1949

Line

Durable goods

1943

1

Una
Personal consumption expenditures

1929

II

Ill

IV

1

II

III

IV

I

II

11
1

IV

11
1

IV

1

22.9

23.1

23.6

24.1

24.4

24.8

252

252

25.1

25.1

24.9

25.0

25.0

25.0

255

255

2

462

46.4

46.5

47.0

48.0

49.1

50.8

50.6

515

515

505

512

50.8

50.9

515

51.9

3
4
5

27.0
36.6
37.4

26.9
37.1
37.6

272
372
36.5

27.6
37.3
36.7

29.0
37.0
36.7

30.1
37.1
37.1

31.9
37.4
37.5

31.3
37.5
37.7

32.6
37.6
38.0

32.7
37.5
38.1

32.4
37.3
36.7

33.0
37.1
36.7

32.7
36.3
36.4

32.7
36.0
36.4

33.3
36.4
36.4

33.3
37.1
36.6

6

25.7

26.0

26.4

272

27.6

27J

28.1

27.9

275

27.1

26.8

26.6

26.4

265

272

275

7
8
9
10
11

21.9
40.4
20.4
11.7
25.5

21.9
41.2
21.0
12.0
25.8

22.4
41.5
21.5
125
262

23.2
42.4
225
13.1
26.7

23.4
43.3
23.6
13.6
272

23.4
44.0
24.0
142
27.5

23.6
442
24.0
14.8
28.0

23.1
442
24.1
15.0
27.9

22.8
43.1
24.3
14.8
27.5

22.7
42.2
24.5
14.5
26.9

225
41,4
24.5
14.4
265

22.4
40.8
24.5
14.4
26.2

22.2
40.6
24.4
14.5
26.2

22.4
40.6
24.3
14.7
26.2

23.1
415
24.5
15.1
26.9

23.5
42.9
24.8
15.4
275

12

15.8

15.9

164

16.8

16.9

17.1

17.4

175

175

175

17.7

17.8

18.0

18.1

18.3

18.5

13
14
15
16
17
18
19

18.8
23.6

18.9
23.7

19.3
23.9

20.0
24.0

20.2
24.4

20.3
24.5

20.6
24.7

20.8
24.9

21.1
25.0

21.3
25.1

21.4
25.4

21.6
25.7

21.9
25.9

22.0
26.1

22.2
26.4

22.3
26.5

15.7
10.9
14.1

16.0
11.2
14.0

162
11.9
145

16.3
12.1
14.8

16.6
12.0
14.8

via

18.0
122
155

18.6
12.1
15.6

18.3
12.1
15.5

182
12.1
15.6

18.1
12.1
15.7

18.3
12.1
15.8

18.6
12.2
15.8

18.6
122
15.9

18.8
12.3
16.2

19.1
12.5
16.5

20
21

'

12.1
15.2

Table 7.4.—Price Indexes for Personal Consumption Expenditures by Major Type of Product, Fixed 1987 Weights: Annual, 1929-58,
and Quarterly, 1947-58—Continued
[Index numbers, 1987=100; quarters seasonally adjusted]

1
Personal consumption expenditures
Durable goods
Motor vehicles and parts
Furniture and household equipment
Other
Nondurable goods
Food
Clothing and shoes
Gasoline and oil
Fuel oil and coal
Other
Services
Housing
Household operation
Electricity and gas
Other household operation
Transportation .
Medical care
Other
Addenda:
Price indexes for personal consumption
expenditures:
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights

II

11
1

IV

I

11
1

II

1954

1953

1952

1951
Line

IV

I

11
1

II

IV

1

1
1

III

IV

1

26.5

26.7

26.8

27.0

27.1

27.1

272

27.3

27.5

275

27.7

27.8

28.0

28.0

27.9

27.8

2

53.4

53.4

54.1

54.3

54.0

53.5

53.7

532

53.1

532

53.4

53.0

53.2

52.7

51.8

51.1

3
4
5

33.8
38.7
38.5

33.8
39.2
38.7

35.3
39.3
39.8

36.5
39.3
39.5

36.7
39.5
39.3

36.7
39.2
39.4

37.7
39.3
39.2

37.4
39.1
39.2

37.1
39.3
39.1

37.0
39.5
392

37.1
39.6
39.7

36.8
39.5
39.9

37.4
392
40.1

37.3
39.0
39.2

36.7
38.6
38.0

36.3
38.1
37.5

6

28.9

29.1

29.0

29.3

29.3

29.2

29.2

29.4

29.3

29 2

292

29.2

29.3

29.4

29.4

29.3

7
8
9
10
11

24.7
44.4
25.0
15.6
28.4

24.8
45.0
25.0
15.5
28.6

24.7
45.0
24.8
15.4
28.6

25.3
44.8
25.2
15.5
28.7

25.4
44.5
25.4
15.5
28.4

25.5
43.7
25.5
15.6
28.4

25.6
43.3
25.6
15.8
28.5

25.5
44.6
25.5
16.0
28.5

25.2
44.7
25.8
16.1
285

25.0
43.9
26.2
16.3
28.7

25.1
43.7
26.9
16.3
28.6

25.2
435
27.3
162
28.5

25.3
44.0
27.3
162
28.4

25.5
43.9
27.3
16.3
28.6

25.3
44.2
27.0
16.3
28.6

252
43.9
26.9
16.3
28.7

12

18.7

18.8

18.9

19.2

19.3

19.5

19.7

19.9

202

20.5

20.8

21.0

21.1

21.2

21.2

21.3

13
14
15
16
17
18
19

22.6
26.6

22.8
26.6

23.1
26.7

23.4
27.2

23.6
27.4

23.8
27.5

24.0
27.7

24.3
28.0

24.7
28.3

25.0
28.4

25.4
28.5

25.8
28.6

26.0
28.7

26.0
28.4

26.1
28.4

26 2
28.5

19.2
12.6
16.7

19.3
12.7
16.9

19.4
12.7
17.0

19.6
12.9
17.1

19.6
13.1
17.2

20.0
13.3
17.3

20.5
13.5
17.5

20.9
13.6
17.6

21.0
14.0
17.9

21.4
14.0
182

21.7
14.2
18.5

21.9
14.3
18.7

22.0
14.5
18.8

22.1
14.6
18.9

22.1
14.7
19.0

22.1
14.7
192

I

II

1

II

I

II

20
21

1955

1956

1958

1957

Line
III

Personal consumption expenditures
Durable goods
Motor vehicles and parts
Furniture and household equipment
Other ..
Nondurable goods
Food ...
Clothing and shoes
Gasoline and oil
Fuel oil and coal
Other
Services
Housing
Household operation
Electricity and gas
Other household operation
Transportation
Medical care
Other
Addenda:
Price indexes for personal consumption
expenditures:
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights

IV

III

IV

II

1

27.8

27.8

27.9

28.0

282

28.4

28.6

28.8

29.0

29 2

29.4

29.5

29.9

29.9

30.0

30.1

2

50.6

50.1

50.3

50.2

505

50.9

515

52.3

52.6

53.3

532

53.1

54.4

54.0

53.9

53.8

3
4
5

35.3
38.0
38.1

34.6
37.9
38.0

35.0
38.0
37.9

34.9
38.1
38.0

35.6
38.1
38.1

36.2
38.3
38.4

36.9
38.6
38.7

37.7
39.0
38.8

38.4
38.8
38.5

39.0
38.9
39.0

38.7
39.0
39.1

382
392
39.2

402
39.7
39.2

39.7
395
39.7

39.9
39.4
39.6

39.7
39.4
395

IV

6

29.3

29.3

29.3

29.3

29.4

29,7

29.9

30.0

30.3

30.4

30.7

30.8

312

31.3

312

31.1

7
8
9
10
11

252
43.8
27.1
16.4
28.8

25.1
43.7
27.3
16.4
28.8

25.0
43.9
27.6
16.5
28.9

24.9
43.9
27,7
16.6
29.1

24.9
44.1
27.8
16.8
29.3

25.2
44.4
27.9
17.0
29.5

25.5
44.7
28.6
17.1
29.5

25.6
44.9
28.8
172
295

25.8
45.0
29.4
17.6
29.8

25.9
45.1
29.7
17.9
30.1

26.3
45.2
29.4
18.1
30.6

26.3
45.3
29.4
18.1
30.8

27.0
45.3
29.7
18.0
31.0

27.2
45.3
29.0
17.7
31.1

27.0
45.3
29.3
17.5
31.1

26.9
45.3
28.7
17.4
31.1

12

215

21.6

21.7

21.9

22.0

22.1

22.3

225

22.6

22.7

22J

23.1

23.3

23.4

23.5

23.7

13
14
15
16
17
18
19

26.3
28.7

26.4
28.7

26.5
28.8

26.6
28.8

26.7
29.0

26.8
29.0

27.1
29.1

27.1
29.3

27.3
29.4

27.3
295

27.5
29.7

27.7
30.1

27.7
30.2

27.9
30.4

28.0
30.6

22.0
15.0
19.3

21.9
15.0
19.5

21.8
15.0
19.8

217
15.2
20.1

21.9
15.3
20.4

21.9
15.3
20.7

21.8
15.4
20.9

21.8
15.6
21.1

22.0
15.8
21.3

222
15.9
21.4

22.4
16.2
215

22.8
16.3
21.6

23.1
16.5
21.8

23.4
16.5
21.9

23.8
16.8
22.0

20
21

NOTE —Percent changes from preceding period for selected items in this table are shown in table 8.1.




III

III

IV

1

282
30.7

„.„,,
24.2
17.0
22.1

T a b l e 7 . 5 . — P r i c e I n d e x e s f o r P e r s o n a l C o n s u m p t i o n E x p e n d i t u r e s b y T y p e of P r o d u c t , F i x e d 1987 W e i g h t s

[Index numbers, 1987=100]
Line
Personal consumption expenditures1
Durable goods

1929

1930

20.6

1931

192

1933

1934

1935

152

145

14.8

1936

14.9

1937

1938

155

15.4

1939

1940

1943

152

15.3

16.0

46.5

40.5

33.8

28.6

26.8

28.1

27.7

27.7

28.0

28.2

295

345

36.6

Motor vehicles and parts
New autos (70)
Net purchases of used autos (71)
Other motor vehicles (72)
Tires, tubes, accessories, and other parts (73).

20.0
202
.6
20.9
40.6

19.3
T9.6
.6
20.3
37.5

18.0
18.7
.9
19.3
32.0

16.9
17.5
1.1
• 18.1
29.4

15.5
15.8
1.0
16.4
29.4

16.3
16.8
.9
17.3
30.1

16.0
16.5
.7
17.0
29.7

16.1
16.6
.6
172
29.3

165
17.0
.6
17.5
30.5

172
17.8
5
18.4
30.7

16.8
17.4
.8
17.9
30.6

16.7
17.4
1.3
17.9
292

17.9
18.7
2.7
19.4
29.4

20.9
22.3
5.0
23.1
28.6

22.4
23.7
5.4
24.6
32.3

Furniture and household equipment
Furniture, including mattresses and bedsprings
(29).
Kitchen and other household appliances (30)
China, glassware, tableware, and utensils (31) ....
Video and audio products, computing equipment,
and musical instruments (91).
Other durable house furnishings (32)

94.7
17.1

77.1
16.6

58.8
14.6

45.9
11.9

42.9
12.3

45.9
13.4

45.4
13.1

45.4
13.6

47.3
14.8

462
14.5

45.0
14.2

45.3
14.4

47.4
15.9

55.7
18.8

59.1
22.3

55.1
12.8
310.5

52.6
12.4
237.7

48.6
11.3
167.4

42.1
10.5
122.9

39.7
10.3
1115

40.1
11.4
120.1

39.4
12.4
118.2

40.0
11.7
117.1

41.4
11.8
119.9

41.6
11.8
115.9

41.1
11.8
111.4

39.6
11.8
112.6

41.6
12.1
116.0

47.9
13.6
138.7

532
15.3
140.1

Other.
Ophthalmic products and orthopedic appliances
Wheel goods, sports and photographic equipment,
boats, and pleasure aircraft (90).
Jewelry and watches (18)
Books and maps (87)
Nondurable goods .

22.7

21.7

19.1

17.0

172

19.1

19.0

19.4

21.4

21.0

212

22.0

23.8

26.7

29.9

28.6
23.4

28.5
23.1

27.7
23.1

25.4
22.0

24.7
21.1

24.4
21.1

23.8
21.1

23.8
21.0

24.0
21.1

23.7
21.1

23.8

24.8
215

262
21.6

30.1

295
22.5

36.1

36.3

34.5

30.7

29.1

292

28.7

295

29.8

30.5
11.7

302
11.3

30.1
10.8

28.2
10.3

28 2
9.8

27.3
9.7

26.3
9.7

27.9
9.8

27.8
10.2

31.6
10.3

38.5
10.3

29.1
27.1
10.0

25.4
10.1

21.4
285
262
10.2

21.8
335

30.8
39.6
11.1

18,3

17J

152

13.3

132

142

145

145

15.3

17.6

195

Food .
Food purchased for off-premise consumption (3)..
Purchased meals and beverages (4)
Food furnished to employees (including military)
and food produced and consumed on farms
(5+6).

15.9
18.0
11.6
12.3

14.9
16.9
10.8
11.7

12.3
13.8
9.3
9.6

10.1
11.3
7.8
7.9

10.1
11.5
7.5
7.7

11.1
12.5
82

11.7
13.1
8.9
9.5

11.7
13.1
8.9
9.6

12.1
135
9.3
9.9

11.3
12.6
8.7
9.1

112
12.5
8.5

11.3
12.6
8.6

12.3
13.8
9.3
10.0

14.5
16.4
10.8
11.5

16.6
18.7
122
13.3

Addenda: Food excluding alcoholic beverages (8)
Alcoholic beverages purchased for offpremise consumption (9).
Other alcoholic beverages (10)

15.2

14.3

9.6

9.7
24.1

11.0
22.9

11.8
22.4

11.8
22.1

122
22.3

112
225

11.1
22.7

11.1
23.3

122
24.7

14.7
28.2

17.0
31.3

13.8

13.0

12.8

12.6

12.7

12.8

13.0

13.3

14.1

16.1

17.8

Clothing and shoes
Shoes (12)
Women's and children's clothing and accessories
except shoes (14).
Men's and boys' clothing and accessories except
shoes (15+16).

23.4
18.3
252

22.4
17.2
24.1

19.6
14.8
21.1

16.0
12.4
17.2

165
12.0
18.3

19.3
13.0
21.7

19.0
12.7
21.3

19.0
12.8
21.2

20.0
135
22.3

19.5
13.3
21.7

19.0
13.2
21.1

19.2
13.3
21.1

21.2
142
23.7

25.4
16.6
28.5

28.6
18.4
32.4

19.0

15.6

155

17.9

17.7

17.8

18.3

175

18.3

19.8

23.9

26.6

16.2

16.8

16.7

175

17.5

18.1

18.0

172

16.9

17.7

18.5

18.7

82

7.9

8.4

82

8.4

8.2

85

8.9

9.5

10.0

22.6

142

Gasoline and oil (75)

20.0

19.1

Fuel oil and coal (40)

9.7

9.6

20.4
12.1
22.3
21.0
19.4

19.9
11.4
21.9
192
18.7

18.7
11.6
21.1
15.8
17.1

17.3
11.6
20.6
13.0
14.5

16.8
10.3
20.6
13.8
14.3

16.8
10.6
18.8
15.5
13.9

16.7
105
18.5
155
13.7

16.7
10.4
18.6
15.3
13.6

172
10.7
18.9
15.8
13.7

16.9
10.8
18.9
14.3
13.7

16.6
11.0
18.8
13.6
13.5

16.9
11.3
18.6
14.1
13.4

172
11.6
19.2
16.2
13.8

18.9
11.S
21.0
212
14.9

19.8
12.7
21.3
24.4
15.4

28.7
26.9
16.9

28.5
26.6
16.5

28.0
24.9
14.1

26.9
22.8
13.5

255
22.6
11.7

24.5
24.0
12.0

23.9
24.2
11.7

23.9
24.9
115

24.1
26.0
13.4

24.3
25.7
13.6

24.1
24.7
135

24.1
25.6
14.0

24.4
25.6
13.9

25.0
29.7
16.2

25.1
30.1
16.8

19.6

9.4
192

9.4
15.4

9.2
9.9

9.0
10.7

15.3

9.1
18.3

9.1
16.3

92
228

95
16.6

9.6
13.6

9.7
14.9

9.7
14.3

"7o.o
19.4

"lOS
24.3

Other.
Tobacco products (7)
Toilet articles and preparations (21)
Semidurable house furnishings (33)
Cleaning and polishing preparations, and
miscellaneous household supplies and paper
products (34).
Drug preparations and sundries (45)
Nondurable toys and sport supplies (89)
Stationery and writing supplies (35)
Net foreign remittances (109 less 111)
Magazines, newspapers, and sheet music (88) ...
Flowers, seeds, and potted plants (93)

9JQ

18.5

15.8

152

14.3

132

113

110

12.1

125

12.8

12.9

135

14.1

Housing
Owner-occupied nonfarm dwellings—space rent
(24).
Tenant-occupied nonfarm dwellings—rent (25) ...
Rental value of farm dwellings (26)
y 1
Other (27)
'

23.6
24.3

23.0
23.6

21.8
22.4

19.6
20.1

17.3
17.3

15.8
162

15.8
162

162
16.6

16.9
17.3

17.5
17.9

17.5
17.9

17.5
18.0

17.8
18.3

182
18.7

18.3
18.7

23.9
13.6
14.0

23.2
12.9
13.7

22.0
11.7
12.9

19.8
10.2
11.8

18.4
9.6
10.6

15.9
102
10.0

15.9
11.0
10.0

16.3
112
102

17.0
11.7
10.7

17.6
11.8
11.0

17.6
11.6
11.1

17.7
115
10.9

18.0
11.8
11.1

18.3
12.7
11.7

18.4
13.8
122

Household operation
Electricity (37)
Gas (38)
Water and other sanitary services (39)
Telephone and telegraph (41)
Domestic service (42)
Other (43)

26.3
34.0
14.7
9.2
36.6
8.0
16.2

25.9
32.9
14.4
92
36.9
7.4
15.5

25.3
31.6
14.1
92
37.0
6.4
14.7

24.8
30.7
13.8
8.9
37.1
5.5
14.5

24.5
30.3
13.6
8.1
36.9
5.0
14.8

242
29.5
13.5
82
36.4
52
15.4

23.9
28.6
13.4
8.6
362
5.3
15.8

235
27.7
13.4
8.6
36.0
5.5
15.6

23.3
27.1
132
8.6
35.5
6.1
162

23.1
26.7
13.4
8.6
35.5
5.8
15.8

22.9
26.3
13.5
85
35.4
6.0
15.6

22.9
26.0
13.4
8.7
35.5
6.1
15.9

23.0
25.8
13.3
8.6
35.7
6.6
17.0

23.6
25.7
13.3
8.7
37.6
7.7
18.0

242
255
13.1
8.7
38.9

Transportation
User-operated t r a n s p o r t a t i o n Z Z Z Z Z " Z
Repair, greasing, washing, parking, storage,
rental, and leasing (74).
Other user-operated transportation (76+77) ...
Purchased local transportation
Mass transit systems (79)
Taxicab (80) .
Purchased intercity transportation
Railway (82)
Bus (83)
Airline (84)
Other (85)
Z Z Z Z Z

19.5
14.8
14.9

16.3
13.9
14.4

15.6
13.1
13.5

14.0
11.8
11.7

132
10.7
105

12.8
112
10.8

13.4
11.7
112

135
11.8
112

t3.4
11.7
11.3

12.9
11.6
11.3

13.3
11.8
112

12.9
11.7
112

132
12.0
11.7

14.3
12.9
12.7

14.8
13.3
125

14.5
8.6
7.3
10.8
38.4
18.8
16.4
42.9
16.4

12.1
8.6
7.5
10.6
26.5
18.6
15.9
28.6
16.1

11.5
7.7
7.5
8.1
26.5
17.6
15.7
28.6
16.1

122

11.6

6.9
7.5
5.9
23.5
15.6
16.0
25.0
16.0

6.7
75
5.4
23.3
13.7
135
25.0
15.9

12.6
7.3
7.5
7.0
19.9
12.8
132
21.1
16.3

135
7.5
75
7.6
21.0
12.8
14.7
222
16.0

13.8
7.8
75
8.3
20.9
12.0
13.8
222
16.3

13.5
82
75
9.6
20.7
11.7
9.9
222
16.3

13.1
82
75
95
18.3
12.4
9.8
19.5
155

75
10.5
19.6
122
9.4
21.1
15.8

135
82
75
9.3
185
11.6
9.1
19.8
15.7

132
8.3
75
95
18.7
11.6
92
20.0
162

13.8
85
7.6
9.9
20.5
13,0
10.4
21.9
16.6

152
8.9
7.6
21.4
13.3
11.1
22.9
17.0

7.3
7.7
9.7
8.9
5.5
15.7

7.3
7.9
9.9
9.1
52
15.8

6.6
7.3
92
8.4
4.9
12.5

5.9
6.3
7.7
7.3
4.6
10.7

5.9
6.3
7.7
7.3
4.4
11.9

62
6.5
7.9
7.6
4.6
14.4

65
7.0
8.5
8.0
4.8
15.0

6.8
7.1
8.6
8.2
4.9
16.4

7.0
72
8.9
8.3
5.1
17.5

7.1
7.5
9.3
8.7
5.0
17.8

7.0
7.4
92
8.5
5.0
17.9

72
7.7
95
8.8
5.1
17.9

7.4
7.8
9.6
9.1
5.3
17.8

7.9
8.3
10.3
95
5.7
19.7

8.5
9.0
11.0
10.4
6.1
20.6

1

Services

Medical care
Physicians (47) Z
Dentists (48)
Other professional services (49) ....
Hospitals and nursing homes (50) .
Health insurance (56) ...




10.1

19.4

11.0

Table 7.5.—Price Indexes for Personal Consumption Expenditures by Type of Product, Fixed 1987 Weights—Continued
(Index numbers, 1987-100]
Line

1929

1930

1931

1932

1933

1934

1935

1936

'

1937

1938

1939

1940

1941

1942

1943

Services—Continued.
Other1

75
76
77

Cleaning, storage, and repair of clothing and
shoes (17).
78
Barbershops, beauty parlors, and health clubs
(22).
79
Other (19)
80
Personal business
81
Brokerage charges and investment counseling
(61).
82
Bank service charges, trust services, and safe
deposit bo* rental (62).
Services furnished without payment by financial 83
intermediaries except life insurance carriers
and private noninsured pension plans (63).
84
Expense of handling life insurance (64)
85
Legal services (65)
Funeral and burial expenses (66)
86
87
Other (67)
88
Recreation
Admissions to specified spectator amusements 89
(94).
90
Other(92+98+99+100+101)
Education and research
91
Higher education (103)
.... 92
93
Nursery, elementary, and secondly schools
94
95
96
97
98

Other (105)
Religious and welfare activities (t06)
Net foreign travel'
.....
Foreign travel by U.S residents (108)
Less: Expenditures in the United States by
nonresidents (110).
Addenda:
Price indexes for personal consumption
expenditures:
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Seefootnote^}at end of table.




.....

......

99
100

9.1
92
12.3

8.4
8.5
12.0

9.2
8.9
115

92
8.9
11.4

95
9.4
11.6

10.0
10.4
125

10.7
11.7
13.0

9.0
8.7
11.3

9.1
8.9
115

7.3

7.9

8.2

82

8.2

8.5

9.4

11.0

7.1
5.4
2.3

7.7
5.6
2.3

7.6
5.5
2.3

7.6
5.5
2.4

7.9
5.6
2.4

9.0
5.8
2.5

10.4
6.2
2.5

12.1
6.6
3.5

85

92

10.3

102

10.6

10.6

10.7

10.5

3.8

4.0

3.8

3.6

3.8

4.0

4.3

4.6

7.9
3.9
8.1
10.0
12.9
13.0

82
4.1
8.3
10.2
13.1
13.0

8.6
4.1
8.9
10.3
13.6
13.2

8.3
4.1
9.0
10.0
13.9
13.5

82
4.0
92
10.0
13.8
13.3

8.4
4.1
9.3
9.9
13.9
13.6

8.7
4.3
10.1
10.4
14.0
13.9

9.4
4.5
10.7
11.3
14.7
14.3

10.0
4.8
112
11.9
15.5
14.2

12.5
8.8
8.6
6.9

12.9
8.7
85
6.9

13.1
8.8
8.6
6.9

13.7
9.0
8.8
7.1

14.0
9.0
8.9
7.1

13.9
9.1
8.9
7.1

13.9
9.0
8.8
7.2

14.0
9.4
9.1
7.7

14.8
10.0
9.6
8.1

15.7
10.9
10.3
8.9

10.9
9.8

11.0
105

10.9
10.6

11.0
10.9

112
11.5

11.3
11.1

11.4
11.1

11.4
11.1

11.9
11.6

12.7
12.6

142
13.3

13.9
102

14.6
112

15.3
12.1

15.9
12.7

16.3
12.9

16.7
11.9

17.9
11.5

17.9
12.1

17.5
12.1

17.4
132

17.7
12.1

8.1
8.1
11.6

8.3
82
115

8.4
8.2
11.3

10.4
9.6
12.5

10.0
9.5
125

8.3

8.4

82

7.5

7.1

7.2

7.2

9.3
65
2.5

8.8
6.3
25

7.8
5.7
2.3

6.9
52
2.0

6.4
4.9
1.9

6.9
4.9
2.2

7.0
5.1
2.0

4.4

5.8

6.4

75

7.1

72

8.0

5.7

5.2

42

3.6

3.4

3.3

3.6

10.0
4.7
10.6
12.7
14.8
13.5

9.7
4.7
9.9
12.3
14.0
13.8

9.0
4.5
8.9
11.2
13.3
13.3

7.9
42
7.8
10.6
12.7
135

7.4
4.0
7.4
9.9
12.3
12.9

7.8
3.9
7.6
9.9
12.6
13.0

15.0
102
10.0
8.1

14.1
102
9.9
7.9

13.3
9.8
9.6
75

• 12.7
9.5
9.1
8.0

12.3
8.6
8.4
6.8

12.8
12.6

13.2
12.0

12.6
10.9

11.7
10.0

2l"3
12.8

19.7
12.8

165
11.8

13.6
10.9

8.7
8.2
11.1

Table 7.5.—Price Indexes for Personal Consumption Expenditures by Type of Product, Fixed 1987 Weights—Continued
[Index numbers, 1987=100]
Line
1

Personal consumption expenditures .

1944

1947

1948

1949

1950

1951

1952

1953

1954

1955

1956

1957

20.0

205

21.3

23.4

245

25 5

26.7

272

27.6

275

40.6

392

412

465

495

515

515

535

535

532

522

50.3

51.3

Motor vehicles and parts
New autos (70}
Net purchases of used autos (71}
Other motor vehicles (72)
Tires, tubes, accessories, and other parts (73)

25.1
26.6
5.7
27.6
36.0

20.6
20.8
62
21.5
36.3

242
24.5
132
25.4
37.6

27.2
27.8
16.3
282
40.1

30.6
32.6
18.3
30.7
40.8

32.7
35.8
15.0
33.6
40.5

33.0
35.9
145
34.1
42.3

34.9
37.5
15.7
35.5
48.1

37.1
40.9
122
38.8
47.8

37.0
41.3
8.4
39.1
472

36.9
41.9
35
39.5
462

35.0
38.0
14.7
36.0
46.3

36.6
40.0
16.0
37.7
46.8

38.6
42.3
17.7
40.0
472

Furniture and household equipment
Furniture, including mattresses and bedsprings
(29).
Kitchen and other household appliances (30)
China, glassware, tableware, and utensils (31)
Video and audio products, computing equipment,
and musical instruments (91).
Other durable house furnishings (32)

65.0
26.8

67.4
30.2

67.7
30.3

77.8
31.5

82.1
33.4

83.9
32.4

84.1
32.9

872
36.8

83.1
36.8

81.8
365

79.3
36.9

76.9
36.7

77.3
372

79.4
38.1

56.7
172
1512

59.9
17.9
1512

59.8
17.8
152.8

65.7
182
188.5

18.5
200.7

67.3
19.2
211.8

66.5
19.9
210.5

71.3
21.8
208.5

712
22.3
191.6

70.7
22.9
185.5

69.6
23.2
175.6

67.3
23.7
166.6

642
25.7
167.1

63.4
27.1
1732

33.8

36.4

36.5

37.9

38.5

37.9

39.5

44.3

43.1

43.5

432

33.3
23.0

342
23.3

34.3
23.8

37.0
24.7

37.3
25.7

37.4

36.4
26.8

39.1
28.1

39.3
28.4

39.4
28.0

38.7
27.7

352

36.3

37.6

412

45.0

45.1

45.0
11.4

11.9

44.5
12.3

47.4
13.3

46.0
14.5

45.7
15.5

44.3
15.7

47.4
16.1

47.1
17.1

47.6
17.9

46.0
18.1

20.6

21.6

23.3

26.0

275

26.7

26.7

28.8

29.0

29.1

Food
Food purchased for off-premise consumption (3)..
Purchased meals and beverages (4)
Food furnished to employees (including military)
and food produced and consumed on farms
(5+6).

17.1
19.3
12.6
132

17.6
19.9
13.0
13.6

19.6
21.9
15.1
15.3

22.3
24.9
17.0
18.5

23.4
26.1
17.9
20.0

22.6
25.3
17.3
18.9

22.8
25.4
175
19.2

24.9
27.9
18.7
21.4

25.5
28.7
19.0
21.7

25.1
282
19.0
21.1

25.3
28.3
19.4
20.7

Addenda: Food excluding alcoholic beverages (8)
Alcoholic beverages purchased for offpremise consumption (9).
Other alcoholic beverages (10)

17.1
35.3

17.6
36.0

19.7
37.3

232
37.1

24.7
36.6

23.7
36.1

24.0
352

26.7
36.5

272
39.3

26.7
38.7

26.7
39.5

262
39.3

21.8

21.5

23.1

225

Clothing and shoes
Shoes (12)
Women's and children's clothing and accessories
except shoes (14).
Men's and boys' clothing and accessories except
shoes (15+16).

32.9
19.9
38.1

36.0
21.0
42.4

38.7
23.1
44.6

41.4
26.9
46.9

43.9
29.0
50.0

41.9
28.6
472

41.4
29.0
46.3

445
32.7
49.6

44.0
32.0
48.5

44.0
31.8
48.5

44.0
326
485

29.3

31.3

35.2

38.1

39.6

38.3

38.3

41.6

415

Durable goods

Other
Ophthalmic products and orthopedic appliances
Wheel goods, sports and photographic equipment,
boats, and pleasure aircraft (90).
Jewelry and watches (18)
Books and maps (87)
Nondurable goods

20.5

26.6
42.6

205

295

45.5

46.9

38.0
28.1

38.5
28.5

39.0
29.7

44.3

45.3

44.7
18.4

45.0
18.7

44.3
20.0

29.0

29.4

302

25.0
27.8
19.5
20.2

25.3
28.0
19.8
20.1

26.1
28.9
20.5
20.7

26.4
39.7

272
40.6

43.8
33.0
482

44.5
34.7
48.6

45.1
35.7
49.0

44.3

23.1

23.9

40.9

41.6

42.4

26.6

27.1

27.4

28.3

29.5

162

16.3

16.5

17.0

17.9

28.4
17.7
29.5
35.8
23.6

28.6
18.6
29.6
352
23.7

28.6
18.7
29.5
34.3
24.6

28.9
18.9
29.7
34.1
24.7

29.4
19.2
30.7
34.3
25.0

30.3
19.9
31.6
34.5
26.0

31.8
46.4
25.9

32.2
46.3
26.4

32.4
46.5
26.6

32.7
45.8
26.3

33.1
462
27.7

33.8
48.0
29.4

34.9
48.6
30.5

15.7
345

16.6
38.9

17.3
35.8

17.6
33.4

17.9
36.5

18.1
32.3

19.4
33.4

Gasoline and oil (75)..

18.7

18.6

21.3

23.9

245

25.0

255

Fuel oil and coal (40).

10.3

10.3

10.9

12.3

14.4

14.5

14.9

15.5

15.7

Other.
Tobacco products (7)
Toilet articles and preparations (21)
Semidurable house furnishings (33)
Cleaning and polishing preparations, and
miscellaneous household supplies and paper
products (34).
Drug preparations and sundries (45)
Nondurable toys and sport supplies (89)
Stationery and writing supplies (35)
Net foreign remittances (109 less 111)
Magazines, newspapers, and sheet music (88) ...
Rowers, seeds, and potted plants (93)

212
13.1
22.3
27.6
16.0

21.9
13.7
22.7
29.8
16.3

22.7
14.1
23.7
31.7
17.9

26.1
15.2
28.5
39.8
23.9

27.7
15.8
29.3
41.1
25.2

26.8
16.1
28.3
35.6
22.7

26.7
16.4
27.4
36.0
22.1

28.6
16.9
30.5
39.2
24.7

25.3
36.0
18.4

25.5
38.6
18.0

26.0
38.6
18.1

28.1
39.8
20.3

29.8
432

222

30.3
43.6
22.0

30.7
43.4
23.1

11.3
27.6

11.6
282

12.1
29.1

""iib
33.4

142
38.9

15.2
35.3

15.4
33.7

14.6

Services'

285

14.9

155

162

172

17.7

182

185

20.6

212

21.7

222

22.8

Housing .
Owner-occupied nonfarm dwellings—space rent
(24).
Tenant-occupied nonfarm dwellings—rent (25) ...
Rental value of farm dwellings (26)
Other (27)
.„„......'

18.3
18.7

18.4
18.8

18.6
18.9

192
195

20.5
20.8

21.3
21.7

22.1
22.5

23.0
23.4

23.9
24.4

25.2
25.7

26.1
26.6

26.4
26.9

265
27.4

27.4
27.9

18.4
15,1
124

18.5
17.0
12.5

185
20.9
12.8

192
22.3
13.5

20.5
22.4
14.3

21.4
202
14.9

22.1
20.3
15.4

23.0
21.6
16.4

24.0
22.7
17.1

25.2
22.5
17.9

26.1
21.3
18.5

26.5
21.3
19.0

27.0
21.1
19.5

27.5
21.5
20.3

Household operation
Electricity (37)
Gas (38)
Water and other sanitary services (39)
Telephone and telegraph (41)
Domestic service (42)
Other (43)
.„...;
I I 1 . I I Z I I

24.7
25.6
13.1
8.9
40.0
12.5
20.7

25.0
25.4
129
9.1
40.7
14.3
21.3

23.5
24.4
12.7
9.3
40.7
15.4
12.6

23.8
24.1
12.8
9.7
41.3
15.9
14.1

245
24.4
132
10.0
43.4
16.3
15.0

25.3
24.6
13.8

26.8
24.8
13.8
11.1
49.7
17.2
16.9

27.6
25.1
14.1
12.1
51.6
18.4
17.9

28.4
25.4
14.5
12.8
53.4
192
18.4

28.5
25.5
14.8
13.5
52.6
19.5
19.1

285
25.8
15.4
145
52.0
19.5
19.5

29.1
25.9
15.6
15.2
52.6
20.0
19.9

29.6

45.3
16.3
15.5

26.2
24.6
13.9
10.7
48.7
16.3
15.8

Transportation .

15.0
13.4
13.0

14.7
13.3
13.1

14.8
13.7
13.5

16.1
15.0
14.7

17.6
162
15.5

18.2
165
15.9

18.7
17.6
162

19.4
18.3
17.4

20.3
19.4
17.9

21.5
21.1
18.8

22.1
21.9
195

21.9
21.6
19.9

21.8
21.5
20.7

22.4
22.1
21.4

14.7
8.3
7.6
9.5
22.4
13.7
112
24.1
17.7

142
8.7
7.6
10.7
21.1
13.7
11.3
22.4
17.7

14.5
92
7.8
11.7
19.9
14.3
11.1
21.0
17.7

16.4
10.0
82
132
21.5
15.8
11.4
22.9
17.7

18.9
10.5
9.1
12.9
24.4
17.7
115
262
18.7

20.5
11.9
10.3
14.8
24.7
185
12.3
26.6
18.0

22.7
13.1
11.2
162
24.4
19.0
12.5
26.2
17.8

215
14.1
12.5
16.9
24.6
19.3
129
26.4
17.8

25.0
145
13.4
17.0
24.9
192
13.5
26.7
17.8

29.6
15.4
14.4
17.3
24.9
19.3
13.7
26.7
17.4

31.0
16.2
15.6
17.3
24.5
18.9
13.4
26.3
17.6

28.1
172
162
18.9
24.2
18.6
13.2
25.9
17.4

24.7
17.8
168
19.6
24.2
192
13.7
25.9
17.6

24.8
18.5
17.5
20.3
24.3
20.4
14.8
25.9
17.6

11.9
11.1
6.6
20.1

9.5
9.8
12.4
11.3
72
22.4

10.4
10.3
13.1
11.8
8.3
24.0

11.5
10.8
14.1
12.5
10.0
22.8

12.1
11.3
14.8
13.0
10.8
22.1

12.1
11.3
152
13.1
11.0
18.8

12.3
11.4
15.4
132
11.5
17.4

12.7
11.7
15.8
13.5
12.5
14.4

13.4
12.3
16.3
14.2
13.1
16.1

14.1
13.0
17.3
14.9
13.6
18.6

14.6
135
18.0
15.6
13.9
20.3

15.0
14.1
18.4
16.3
14.3
19.2

15.4
14.7
19.0
17.0
14.7
17.4

16.1
15.4
19.4
17.6
15.4
18.3

Repair, greasing, washing, parking, storage,
rental, and leasing (74).
Other user-operated transportation (76+77) ...
Purchased local transportation
Mass transit systems (79)
Taxicab (80)
.....'
Purchased intercity transportation
Railway (82) . . . 1
bus (83)...:
;;;;;
Airline (84)
Other (85)
]
Medical c
Physicians (47)'
Dentists (48)
Other professional services (49) ....
Hospitals and nursing homes (50) .
Health insurance (56)




10.1

26.0

15.9
16.4
53.6
20.8

20.4

Table 7.5.—Price Indexes for Personal Consumption Expenditures by Type of Product, Fixed 1987 Weights—Continued
[Index numbers, 1987-100]
Line

1944

1945

1946

1947

1948

1949

1950

1951

1952

1953

1954

1955

1956

1957

1958

Services-Continued.
Other1
Personal care
Cleaning, storage, and repair of clothing and
shoes (17).
Barbershops, beauty parlors, and health clubs

75
76
77

11.5
12.9
13.7

12.2
13.4
13.9

132
14.3
14.6

Addenda:
Price indexes for personal consumption
expenditures:
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights

16.1
16.5
17.8

17.4
18.4
19.4

17.0
17.8
19.1

18.3
18.9
19.9

18.9
192
20.1

19.7
19.7
20.4

20.8
20.5
21.2

21.4
21.4
22.0

22.0
21.9
22.5

12.3

12.9

14.0

14,8

15.3

15.5

15.7

16.6

17.4

17.8

18.2

18.9

19.7

20.7

21.3

13.5
7.1
3.6

14.1
7.5
4.1

14.5
8.4
5.1

16.3
9.0
4.7

17.7
9.7
5.7

17.1
102
5.9

17.4
10.6
6.4

19.6
11.3
7.1

19.9
11.7
7.4

20.6
12.8
7.7

20.9
13.5
9.9

21.3
14.4
12.0

21.9
15.6
13.5

22.3
16.2
13.7

22.5
16.6
15.8

82

10.5

10.3

11.6

13.7

15.3

16.4

15.6

15.8

16.4

17.0

18.0

18.7

21.1

22.9

24.3

92

11.1

115

12.7

14.0

142

13.9

83

52

5.5

6.4

6.9

7.3

7.7

8.3

8.8

84
85
86
87
88
89

10.6
5.6
12.3
12.4
16.7
16.4

10.9
6.3
13.1
12.8
17.4
17.0

11.7
5.9
172
14.3
18.8
17.5

122
6.6
17.8
162
20.8
18.3

13.1
7.0
17.9
17.5
21.9
18.3

13.7
7.4
18.0
17.4
22.2
18.5

14.4
7.8
18.1
17.9
22.6
185

15.4
8.3
18.4
195
23.7
18.9

15.9
92
18.5
19.7
24.7
19.3

16.7
9.9
18.9
20.0
25.8
19.8

17.1
105
185
20.3
26.5
20.4

175
11.2
19.3
20.6
27,1
21.3

18.3
122
19.8
212
28.0
21.7

19.0
13.0
20.2
21.9
28.8
22.1

19.7
13.4
20.4
22.4
29.6
22.7

90
91
92
93

16.7
11.6
11.0
9.7

17.5
12.0
11.6
102

19.0
12.9
12.4
11.0

21.1
14.1
13.1
12.4

22.4
15.1
13.8
13.9

22.6
15.3
14.0
142

23.1
15.6
14.3
14.7

24.3
16.5
15.0
15.8

25.4
16.7
15.1
16.3

26.5
17.0
15.2
16.9

27.2
17.3
15.6
17.3

27.8
17.7
15.9
17.8

28.8
18.6
16.5
18.7

29.6
19.3
16.9
195

30.5
19.8
17.1
20 2

94
95
96
97
98

15.0
13.7

14.8
142

15.9
15.6

17.8
18.3

19.1
19.6

195
19.7

19.6
20.5

20.8
22.3

205
22.1

21.1
22.5

212
23.0

21.4
235

232
24.4

245
25.4

25.6
25.9

18.7
12.4

23.3
13.3

24.4
16.0

23.8
18.4

25.5
19.7

26.1
19.7

25.9
20.0

25.3
215

25.0
22.0

26.7
22.3

27.7
22.4

27,5
22.5

282
22.9

28.3
23.7

28.5
24.4

99
100

1. See footnotes 30 and 31 to table 2.4.
NOTE.—The figures in parentheses are the line numbers of the corresponding items in table 2.4. Percent changes
from preceding period for selected items in this table are shown in table 8.1.




15.7
16.3
175

78

(61).

Bank service charges, trust services, and safe
deposit box rental (62).
Services furnished without payment by financial
intermediaries except life insurance carriers
and private noninsured pension plans (63).
Expense of handling life insurance (64)
Legal services (65)
Funeral and burial expenses (66)
Other (67)
Recreation
Admissions to specified spectator amusements
(94).
Other(92+98+99+100+101)
Education and research
Higher education (103)
Nursery, elementary, and secondary schools
(104).
Other (105)
Religious and welfare activities (106)
Net foreign travel1
Foreign travel by U.S. residents (108)
Less: Expenditures in the United States by
nonreadents (110).

15.3
162
16.9

79
80
81

(22).

Other (19)
Personal business
Brokerage charges and investment counseling

14.3
15.4
16.1

•""»

Table 7.9.—Price Indexes for Exports and Imports of Goods and Services and for Receipts and Payments of Factor Income,
Fixed 1987 Weights: Annual, 192&-58, and Quarterly, 1947-58
[Index numbers, 1987-100; quarters seasonally adjusted]
Une
Exports of goods and services
Merchandise1
Durable
Nondurable
Services1
.

1929

1930

1931

1932

1934

1933

1935

1937

1936

1938

1939

1940

1941

1942

1943

:::

1
2
3
4
5

145

55

12

1T3

10.3

11*4

11.8

12.3

125

127

12.8

14.4

17.3

20.9

19.5

Receipts of factor income2

6

12.9

12.4

1U

10.0

9.8

10.7

11.0

10.9

114

11.1

11.0

112

11.8

12.4

125

Imports of goods and services

7

Merchandise1
Durable
Nondurable
Services'

.....

"i

8
9
10
11

18.7

177

15.5

13.0

11.1

12.3

12.6

13.2

14.6

14.8

T&9

175

17.6

19.8

22.4

Payments of factor income3

12

12A

11 &

10.8

95

9.4

102

105

10.4

10.9

10.6

105

10.7

112

11.8

12.0

Addenda:
Price indexes for exports of goods and services:
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Price indexes for imports of goods and services:
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights

13
14
15
16
Line

Exports of goods and services
Merchandise1
Durable
Nondurable
Services'

1944

1945

1946

1947

1949

1948

1950

1951

1952

1953

1954

1955

1957

1956

1958

1
2
3
4
5

25.7

20.3

20.8

ZL\

22.8

232

23.7

247

25.9

26.7

26.8

27.0

27.6

28.9

29.1

Receipts of factor Income2

6

12.6

13.3

16.9

18.9

20.2

19.9

20.3

21.3

215

21.9

22.1

22.8

23.6

24.3

24.8

toports of goods and services

7
8
9
10
11

207

207

22.5

24.6

252

252

252

219

26.6

26.0

25.8

26.1

26.9

27.3

27.4

Payments of factor income3

12

112

12,9

16.1

18.0

19.3

19.1

195

205

20.7

212

21.4

22.1

22.8

23.6

24.0

Addenda:
Price indexes for exports of goods and services:
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Price indexes for imports of goods and services:
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
'

13
14

1

II

III

IV

Merchandise'
Durable
Nondurable
Services'

15
16
1949

1948

1947
Line
1
Exports of goods and services
Merchandise1
Durable
Nondurable ...
Services'

ll

Ill

IV

1

ll!

II

IV

1950

1

II

III

IV

1

.............

2
3
4
5

222

21.9

22.0

222

222

227

23.1

23.3

23.0

23.0

232

235

23.5

23.8

23.9

237

Receipts of factor Income2

6

18.4

187

18:9

195

19.7

20.1

20.5

20.4

20.1

19.9

19.9

19.9

20.0

20.0

205

20.7

knports of goods and services

7
8
9
10
11

24.4

24.4

245

25.1

25.0

25.3

25.5

25.0

25.3

25.3

25.1

24.9

25.1

25.1

25.1

25.3

12

17.7

17.9

18.0

18.6

18.8

192

19.6

19.6

195

19.0

19.1

19.1

192

192

197

19J9

Merchandise1 .
Durable
Nondurable
Services1 .....
Payments of factor Income 3 ..
Addenda:
Price indexes for exports of goods and services:
Cnam-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Pnce indexes for imports of goods and services:
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights ... .
See footnote(s) at end of table.




13
14
15
16

I'-

I'-

Table 7.9.—Price Indexes for Exports and Imports of Goods and Services and for Receipts and Payments of Factor Income,
Fixed 1987 Weights: Annual, 1929-58, and Quarterly, 1947-58—Continued
[Index numbers, 1987-100; quarters seasonally adjusted]
Line

1954

1953

1952

1951

IV

1

III

II

IV

I

II

Ill

IV

1

II

Ill

25.3

25.3

25.7

26.1

26.6

26.3

26.6

26.9

27.0

26.9

265

26.7

26.6

21.1

21.3

21.3

2U

215

215

21.8

21.9

210

21.9

22.0

22.1

22.1

222

25.7

26.0

26.5

262

26.4

265

27ib

25.7

25.9

26.1

26.1

25.9

25.8

25.8

25.9

20.3

20.3

205

205

20.5

20.8

21.1

21.1

212

212

212

21.3

21.3

21.3

215

1

II

1

II

I

II

Ill

1

II

2
3
4
5

242

24.4

24.8

Receipts of factor Income2

6

215

212

Imports of goods and services

7
8
9
10
11

25.5

12

20.7

1

II

1

Exports of goods and services
Merchandise'
Durable
Nondurable
Services'

Merchandise'
Durable
Nondurable
Services1

IV

..........

. ....
. .....

Payments ol factor income3
Addenda:
Price indexes for exports ot goods and services:
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Price indexes for imports of goods and services:
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
...........

;;;;;;;

. .. .

13
14
15
16
1955

1958

1957

1956

Line
Ill

IV

III

Merchandise1

III

IV

:::

1

Exports of goods and services

IV

2
3
4
5

27.1

27.0

Receipts of factor Income2

6

225

225

Imports of goods and services

25.8

12

21.7

IV

.............

7
8
9
10
11

III

Nondurabie
Services'

-

Merchandise'
Durable
Nondurable
Services'
Payments of factor Income1
Addenda:
Price indexes for exports of goods and services:
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Price indexes for imports of goods and services:
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights

211

27.3

275

27.7

275

28.6

28.7

28.7

29.7

29.3

292

29.1

28.9

23.0

23.1

23.3

235

23.6

235

242

24.3

244

24.4

24.7

245

24.8

25.0

26.0

262

26.3

26.9

26.9

265

265

277

27.6

275

265

26.7

272

27.7

28.0

2Z0

222

22.4

22.6

22.8

224

232

235

235

23.7

23.6

235

23.7

24.1

24.3

13
14
15
16

1. Exports and imports of certain goods, primarity military equipment purchased and sold by the Federal Government are included in services.
2. Consists largely of receipts by U.S. residents of interest and dividends and reinvested earnings of foreign affiliales of U.S. corporations.




3. Consists largely of payments to foreign residents of interest and dividends and reinvested earnings of U.S.
affiliates of foreign corporations.
NOTE.— Percent changes from preceding period for selected items in this table are shown in table 8.1.

Table 7.13.—Implicit Price Deflators for the Relation of Gross Domestic Product, Gross National Product, Net National Product,
and National Income: Annual, 1929-58, and Quarterly, 1947-58
[Index numbers, 1987-100; quarters seasonally adjusted)
line

1929

1930

1931

1932

1933

1934

1937

1936

1935

1941

1939

1938

1943
125

105

112

105

10.8

11.0

11.7

125

11.1

11.0

112

11.8

12.4

12.5

9.4

9.4

9.8

10.0

10.6

Gross domestic product

125

12.1

11.0

9.7

10.3

105

Plus: Receipts of factor income from the rest of the
world1.
Less: Payments of factor income to the rest of the
world (

12.9

12.4

11.3

10.0

10.7

11.0

10.9

11.4

11.0

95

8.4

8.7

9.0

9.6

10.0

Equals: Gross national product

12.6

12.1

11.0

9.7

95

105

10.6

10.6

112

105

10.8

11.0

11.7

125

125

Less: Consumption of fixed capital

102

9.8

9.1

8.0

7.8

8.2

8.3

8.5

9.4

95

9.5

9.8

105

11.5

12.0

Equals: Met national product

125

12,4

115

10.0

95

10.7

11.0

10.9

11.4

11.1

115

112

11.8

12.4

125

Less: Indirect business tax and nontax liability plus
business transfer payments less subsidies plus
current surplus of government enterprises.
Statistical discrepancy

16.5

18.0

17.9

19.8

19.4

195

18.4

18.4

18.1

18.4

17.4

17.4

18.8

21.4

24.4

13.6

132

12.0

10.6

10.4

11.4

11.8

11.7

12.3

12.0

11.9

12.2

13.1

142

152

Equals: National income

125

12.0

10.8

92

9.9

10.4

105

105

10.5

105

10.7

115

125

12.1

Addenda:
Net domestic product (1-5)
Domestic income (10-2+3)

12.9
12.6

12.4
12.0

11.3
10.8

10.0
92

10.7
9.9

11.0
10.4

10.9
10.3

11.4
10.9

11.1
105

11.0
10.5

112
10.7

11.8
11.3

12.4
12.0

12.5
12.1

Line

1944

1946

1945

1947

1948

1949

1952

1951

1950

1954

1953

1957

1956

1955

1958

222

22.9

23.6

24.4

244

Gross domestic product

1

12.6

135

16.7

18.7

204

195

202

215

215

224

Plus: Receipts of factor income from the rest of the
world1.
Less: Payments of factor income to the rest of the
world I

2

12.6

13.3

16.8

18.9

202

19.9

20.3

212

21.5

21.9

22.1

22.8

23.5

24.3

24.7

3

11.1

12.0

14.0

15.9

17.3

17.5

18.1

19.1

19.4

20.0

20.1

20.9

21.7

22.5

22.7

Equals: Gross national product

4

12.6

135

16.7

18.7

204

195

202

21.3

215

224

222

225

23.6

24.4

245

17.1

18.8

192

19.8

21.6

22.2

22.6

22.8

232

24.7

25.7

26.0

Less: Consumption of fixed capital

5

12.5

12.9

14.4

Equals: Net national product

6

125

135

165

18.9

20.1

195

205

215

215

215

22.1

225

23.5

24.3

245

Less: Indirect business tax and nontax liability plus
business transfer payments less subsidies plus
current surplus of government enterprises.
Statistical discrepancy

7

25.9

25.9

22.9

24.7

255

26.0

25.7

26.0

27.6

28.4

27.6

28.0

28.7

29.4

29.7

8

15.3

15.9

18.4

20.4

22.0

21.7

22.1

23.6

23.8

242

24.3

24.9

25.7

26.5

26.9

Equals: National Income

9

12.1

125

16.4

18.4

195

195

19.9

20.9

214

21.4

21.7

22.4

23.1

235

245

Addenda:
Net domestic product (1-5)
Domestic income (10-2+3)

10
11

12.6
12.1

13.3
12.8

16.8
16.4

18.9
18.4

20.1
19.8

19.9
195

20.3
19.9

212
20.9

21.5
21.0

21.9
21.4

22.1
21.6

22.8
22.4

235
23.1

24.3
23.9

24.8
24.3

1950

1949

1947
Line

IV

I

IV

Gross domestic product

18.3

18.5

18.7

19.3

19.6

195

205

205

20.0

19.8

19.8

19.8

195

195

20.4

20.7

Plus: Receipts of factor income from the rest of the
world1.
Less: Payments of factor income to the rest of the
world2.

185

18.6

18.9

19.4

19.7

20.1

20.5

20.3

20.1

19.9

19.9

19.9

19.9

20.0

20.5

20.7

162

15.7

15.3

16.1

16.4

17.0

17.9

17.6

17.8

17.4

175

17.5

17.7

17.8

18.3

18.5

Equals: Gross national product

18.3

185

18.7

195

19.6

195

20.4

20.3

20.0

19.8

195

195

195

195

20.4

20.7

18.0

18.4

192

19.4

19.2

19.4

192

19.1

19.1

19.4

20.0

205

Less: Consumption of fixed capital

16.5

16.9

172

17.6

Equals: Net national product

185

18.6

18.9

195

19.7

20.1

205

20.3

20.1

195

195

195

195

20.0

205

20.7

24.9

25.9

25.6

25.5

25.8

262

26.1

25.7

25.6

25.7

262

25.3

24.4

24.0

24.8

25.4

19.9

Less: Indirect business tax and nontax liability plus
business transfer payments less subsidies plus
current surplus of government enterprises.

20.0

20.4

21.1

21.4

21.8

22.3

222

21.9

21.7

21.7

21.6

21.6

21.7

222

22.7

19.0

195

19.7

20.1

205

19.7

19.4

19.4

19.4

195

19.6

20.0

205

19.4
19.0

19.7
19.3

20.1
19.7

205
20.1

20.3
20.0

20.1
19.7

19.9
19.4

19.9
19.4

19.9
19.4

19.9
195

20.0
19.5

205
20.0

20.7
20.3

Equals: National income

185

182

18.4

Addenda:
Net domestic product (1-5).
Domestic income (10-2+3) ..

18.5
18.0

18.6
18.2

18.9
18.4

Gross domestic product

I
21.4

21.3

21.2

21.3

215

215

21.6

215

215

21.1

21.2

21.3

212

215

21.8

1

21.8

22.0

22.0

214

22.1

22.1

22.1

225

21.9

22.0

21.9

22.0

22.0

22.1

22.3

20.1

20.1

20.1

20.1

20.0

202

220

224

22.0

22.1

22.1

22.1

225

22.6

22.8

22.6

22.7

22.7

22.8

22.9

215

224

215

224

22.1

22.1

225

28.4

28.4

28.1

27.6

27.3

27.4

21.4
192

19.1

19.0

19.1

19.0

19.2

19.4

19.8

19.8

19.9

Equals: Gross national product

21.4

21.3

212

215

21.4

215

215

215

215

22.4

22.4

Less: Consumption offixedcapital
Equals: Net national product
Less: Indirect business tax and nontax liability plus
business transfer payments less subsidies plus
current surplus of government enterprises.
Statistical discrepancy

21.3

21.6

21.7

22.0

22.1

22.3

222

21.4

212

21.1

215

215

212

215

21.8

215

27.8

27.9

28.1

26.4

25.6

25.9

26.1

27.1

27.5

23.5

23.6

235

23.6

23.7

23.6

23.9

24.1

24.1

24.2

24.3

24.1

24.3

24.3

242

24.5

205

215

215

215

21.4

215

21.3

215

215

21.6

215

212

21.5
21.0

21.8
215

21.8

21.9
21.4

22.0
21.5

21.9
21.3

22.0
21.5

22.0
21.6

22.1
21.6

22.3
21.9

Equals: National Income

21.0

20.9

205

20.9

205

Addenda:
Net domestic product (1-5)
Domestic income (10-2+3)

21.4
21.0

212
20.9

21.1
20.7

21.3
20.9

21.3
20.8




IV

IV

II

Plus: Receipts of factor income from the rest of the
world1.
Less: Payments of factor income to the rest of the
wodd*.

212

1954

1953

1952

1951
Une

20.8

21.3

Table 7.13.—Implicit Price Deflators for the Relation of Gross Domestic Product, Gross National Product, Net National Product,
and National Income: Annual, 1929-58, and Quarterly, 1947-58—Continued
[Index numbers, 1987-100; quarters seasonally adjusted]
1957

1956

1955

24.7

24.7

24.9

24.4

24.4

24.6

24.6

24.8

25.0

22.6

22.6

22.7

22.5

22.8

23.0

245

245

24.7

24.7

245

25.1

25.8

25.9

25.7

25.9

26.1

262

24.4

24.4

245

24.6

245

25.0

29.5

29.6

29.6

29.9

29.7

29.4

29.6

26.3

26.5

26.6

26.6

26.8

26.8

27.0

27,1

23.7

23.8

24.0

24.0

24.1

242

24.4

24.6

24.2
23.8

24.4
24.0

24.4
24.0

24.6
24.1

24.6
24.1

25.0
24.6

III

235

24 2

24.3

23.6

23.8

24.1

242

21.6

21.9

22.0

22.3

22.4

23.4

235

23.7

23.9

24.2

24.3

242

24.5

24.9

25.1

25.5

25.6

23.1

235

23.4

235

23.8

24.1

242

28.4

28.0

282

28.5

28.8

29.3

29.0

24.8

25.0

25.2

25.4

25.6

255

26.0

22.3

22.5

22.7

229

23.0

232

23.4
23.8
23.4

24.1
23.7

IV

24.5

11
1

23.1

23.4

235

23.7

23.0

23.1

23.3

23.4

21.0

21.2

21.4

22.8

23.0

232

23.0

23.3

23.6

22.5

22.8

23.0

7

27.6

27.9

8

24.6

9

22.1

11
1

Gross domestic product

1

22.5

22.8

23.0

Plus: Receipts of factor income from the rest of the
world
Less: Payments of factor income to the rest of the
world \

2

22.5

22.8

3

20.4

20.8

Equals: Gross national product

4

22.5

Less: Consumption of fixed capital

5

22.9

Equals: Net national product

6

Less: Indirect business tax and nontax liability plus
business transfer payments less subsidies plus
current surplus of government enterprises.
Statistical discrepancy
Equals: National income

22.5
22.1

245

II

II

II

10
11

II

I

IV

1

I

Addenda:
Net domestic product (1-5)
Domestic income (10-2+3)

1958
1

CO
CMtM

Line
IV

23.0
22.5

22.8
22.3

23.1
22.7

23.3
22.9

23.4
23.0

1. Consists largely of receipts by U.S. residents of interest and dividends and reinvested earnings of foreign affiliates of U.S. corporations.

23.6
232

11
1

IV
25.1

2. Consists largely of payments to foreign residents of interest and dividends and reinvested earnings of U.S.
affiliates of foreign corporations.

Table 7.14.—Implicit Price Deflators for Gross Domestic Product by Sector: Annual, 1929-58, and Quarterly, 1947-58
[Index numbers, 1987=100; quarters seasonally adjusted]
Line
Gross domestic product
Business
Nonfarm
Nonfarm less housing
Housing
Farm
Statistical discrepancy
Households and Institutions
Private households
Nonprofit institutions

1929

1930

1931

1932

1934

1933

1936

1935

1937

1938

1942

1941

1940

1939

1943

1

125

12.1

11.0

9.7

95

10.3

105

10.6

112

105

10.8

11.0

11.7

12.3

125

2

13.6

132

12.0

10.6

104

11.4

11.8

11.7

125

125

11.9

122

13.1

142

152

3
4
5
6
7

13.0
12.3
24.1
21.8
13.6

12.8
12.1
23.5
17.8
132

11.9
11.1
222
13.1
12.0

10.7
9.9
19.9
9.4
10.6

10.5
9.8
17.8
9.7
10.4

11.4
11.0
16.1
12.0
11.4

11.4
11.0
16.0
16.6
11.8

11.4
11.1
16.4
16.0
11.7

11.9
11.5
172
18.6
12.3

11.8
11.4
17.7
14.7
12.0

11.8
11.4
17.7
13.2
11.9

12.0
11.7
17.8
14.5
12.2

125
12.5
18.1
18.5
13.1

13.6
13.4
18.5
25.3
142

14.4
142
18.5
30.6
152

8

7.4

75

6.4

5.7

55

5.4

5.4

5.6

6.0

55

65

5.9

6.1

65

8.0

9
10

8.4
62

7.8
6.2

65
6.1

5.7
5.8

5.3
5.4

5.4
5.3

5.6
5.3

5.8
5.4

6.5
55

6.1
5.6

6.3
5.7

65
5.4

6.9
5.5

8.1
5.8

10.6
6.5

General government

11

5.7

5.7

55

55

5.7

6.0

65

6.3

65

65

6.4

62

5.7

. 55

6.1

Federal
State and local

12
13

5.4
5.8

52
5.9

5.5
5.9

5.6
5.7

5.9
5.6

6.5
5.8

6.2
5.9

7.4
55

7.3
5.7

7.5
5.8

72
5.8

6.5
5.9

5.5
6.0

5.8
6.2

6.0
6.7

14

13.0

12.5

11.3

9.8

95

11.1

11.5

11.4

12.0

11.7

11.5

11.9

12.8

14.0

15.0

Addendum:
Gross domestic business product less housing

Line
Gross domestic product

1944

1945

1946

1947

1949

1948

1950

1951

1952

1953

1954

1957

1956

1955

1958

1

126

135

16.7

18.7

20.0

195

202

21.3

215

224

222

229

23.6

24.4

245

2

155

15.9

18.4

20.4

22.0

21.7

22.1

235

235

242

24.3

24.9

25.7

265

265

Nonfarm
Nonfarm less housing
Housing
Farm
Statistical discrepancy

3
4
5
6
7

14.6
14.4
18.6
32.1
15.3

15.1
14.9
18.7
35.0
15.9

17.3
172
18.8
42.0
18.4

192
19.2
19.4
495
20.4

20.7
20.7
20.7
52.4
22.0

20.8
20.8
21.6
42.3
21.7

21.2
212
22.3
42.8
22.1

22.5
225
23.3
51.6
23.6

22.9
22.8
242
49.4
23.8

235
23.4
25.5
425
242

23.7
23.5
26.4
40.4
24.3

24.4
24.3
26.6
37.8
24.9

25.3
25.1
27.3
38.3
25.7

26.1
26.0
27.8
39.5
26.5

26.4
26.2
28.3
43.9
26.9

Households and institutions

8

9.1

10.1

10.6

11.1

11.0

115

115

12.1

126

13.1

135

13.7

14.0

14.6

15.1

9
10

13.1
7.0

15.1
7.4

16.2
8.0

16.7
8.6

17.1
8.7

17.1
92

17.2
9.6

18.0
10.1

19.3
10.5

202
11.0

20.5
11.4

20.5
11.7

21.0
12.0

21.8
12.6

22.4
132

Business

Private households
Nonprofit institutions
General government

11

6.6

75

10.1

105

105

11.2

11.3

115

125

12.4

129

13.7

14.4

15.1

162

Federal
State and local

12
13

6.5
72

7.5
7.6

11.0
8.3

11.8
9.1

10.8
10.3

11.8
10.7

11.4
11.1

11.3
11.9

11.7
12.7

11.9
132

12.1
13.9

132
14.4

13.9
15.0

14.5
15.8

15.9
16.5

14

15.2

15.8

18.3

20.4

22.0

21.7

22.1

23.6

23.8

24.1

24.2

24.8

25.6

26.4

26.8

1

II

Addendum:
Gross domestic business product less housing

1947

1948

1949

Une
1
Gross domestic product.
Business
Nonfarm
Nonfarm less housing .
Housing
Farm
Statistical discrepancy
Households and institutions .

II

1

185

185

18.7

2

195

20.0

3
4
5
6
7

18.6
18.5
19.0
50.6
19.9

11
1

IV

1

II

III

19.3

19.6

195

205

20.4

21.1

21.4

215

18.9
18.9
192
49.7
20.0

19.4
19.4
19.5
422
20,4

195
195
19.8
56.5
21.1

20.2
20.2
20.2
53.4
21.4

IV

1950

I

II

205

205

195

19.8

225

222

215

21.7

21.7

20.4
20.4
20.5
53.0
21.8

20.9
20.9
205
55.1
22,3

21.0
21.0
21.1
48.3
222

21.0
20.9
21.3
452
21.9

20.8
20.7
21.5
44.0
21.7

III

IV

III

IV
20.7

195

19.9

195

20.4

21.6

21.6

21.7

222

22.7

20.8
20.8
21.7
40.8
21.7

20.8
20.8
21.8
39.5
21.6

20.9
20.8
22.0
38.7
21.6

20.9
20.8
22.2
40.7
21.7

21.4
21.3
22.4
45.1
222

21.7
21.7
22.7
46.8
22.7

8

102

11.4

115

11.4

105

105

11.3

11.3

11.3

11.3

112

11.4

11.4

11.4

115

115

9
10

16.7
7.5

16.6
9.1

16.7
9.0

16.8
9.0

17.0
82

17.1
8.6

172
9.0

172
92

172
9.3

17.1
9.3

17.1
92

17.1
92

17.0
92

17.0
9.3

17.2
9.7

17.4
10.0

General government

11

11.0

105

10.0

10.1

105

105

10.6

105

11.1

112

112

11.4

11.3

112

11.4

11.1

Federal
State and local .

12
13

12.8
8.9

12.8
9.0

10.9
9.1

10.8
9.4

10.8
9.8

10.9
10.1

10.8
105

10.8
10.8

11.5
10.7

11.7
10.6

11.7
10.7

12.1
10.6

11.9
10.8

11.4
10.9

115
11.2

10.9
11.4

Private households
Nonprofit institutions

Addendum:
Gross domestic business product less housing .




14

Table 7.14.—Implicit Price Deflators for Gross Domestic Product by Sector: Annual, 1929-58, and Quarterly, 1947-58—Continued
[Index numbers, 1987=100; quarters seasonally adjusted]
1951

1952

1

II

HI

1

21.4

215

212

21.3

21.3

215

21.6

2

235

235

235

23.6

23.7

23.6

235

Nonfarm
Nonfarm less housing
Housing
Farm
.
Statistical discrepancy

3
4
5
6
7

22.5
22.4
22.9
53.6
23.5

22.5
225
232
522
23.6

22.5
225
23.4
48.8
23.5

22.6
22.5
23.6
52.0
23.6

22.8
22.7
23.8
50.1
23.7

22.7
22.6
24.0
50.3
23.6

Households and Institutions

8

1Z0

12.0

122

125

122

9
10

17.6
9.9

17.8
10.0

18.2
10.0

18.6
10.4

18.8
10.4

Gross domestic product
Business

Private households
Nonprofit institutions
General government

IV

I

II

1954

1953

Line
11
1

IV

1

1
1

III

21.8

21.9

22.0

22.0

24.1

24.1

242

245

22.9
22.8
24.3
50.1
23.9

23.3
232
24.7
47.0
24.1

23.4
23.3
25.0
43.9
24.1

23.5
23.4
25.4
42.0
24.2

23.7
23.5
25.7
42.4
24.3

125

12.8

12.8

12.8

13.0

132

135

132

135

13.3

13.4

19.1
10.4

19.4
10.5

19.7
10.7

19.9
10.8

20.1
10.9

20.3
11.1

20.4
112

20.4
11.3

20.4
11.4

20.5
115

20.5
115

IV

1

II

til

IV

21.9

22.1

22.1

22.1

225

24.1

24.3

24.3

242

245

23.5
23.3
26.0
41.8
24.1

23.6
23.4
26.2
42.2
24.3

23.7
23.5
26.4
40.5
24.3

23.6
23.4
26.5
40.3
242

24.0
23.8
26.6
38.8
24.5

11
.

Addendum:
Gross domestic business product less housing

11.7

11.4

11.4

11.6

115

115

12.1

125

125

12.4

12.3

125

12.6

125

13.0

13.1

12
13

11.7
11.6

112
11.7

11.1
12.0

11.2
122

11.4
12.4

11.6
12.5

11.7
12.8

11.8
13.0

11.8
13.1

11.9
13.2

11.8
13.2

11.9
13.4

12.0
13.6

12.2
13.9

12.1
14.1

12.3
142

I

Federal
State and local

II

11
1

I

II

1

II

III

1

II

14

1955

1956

1957

1958

Line

Gross domestic product

IV

III

IV

IV

11
1

IV

1

225

225

23.0

23.1

23.4

235

23.7

235

24 2

245

245

245

24.7

24.7

245

25.1

2

24.6

245

25.0

252

25.4

25.6

255

26.0

265

265

26.6

26.6

26.8

26.8

27.0

27.1

Nonfarm
Nonfarm less housing
Housing
Fanm
Statistical discrepancy

3
4
5
6
7

24.0
23.8
26.7
39.8
24.6

24.3
24.1
26.7
38.5
24.8

24.6
24.4
26.8
36.8
25.0

24.8
24.7
27.0
36.3
25.2

25.0
24.9
27.1
38.0
25.4

25.1
25.0
272
38.2
25.6

25.4
252
27.4
392
25.8

25.6
25.4
275
37.8
26.0

26.0
25.8
27.6
38.6
26.3

26.0
25.9
27.7
39.9
265

262
26.1
27.8
40.4
26.6

262
26.0
28.0
39.1
26.6

26.2
26.0
28.1
43.6
26.8

26.2
26.0
28.3
43.9
26.8

26.4
26.3
28.4
44.1
27.0

26.6
26.4
28.5
44.0
27.1

Households and Institutions

8

13.7

135

13.7

13.7

135

135

14.1

14.3

14.2

14.4

14.7

145

145

15.1

152

15.2

9
10

20.4
11.8

20.4
11.7

20.5
11.7

20.6
11.7

20.7
11.8

20.8
11.9

21.1
122

21.3
12.3

21.5
12.3

21.7
125

21.9
12.8

22.1
13.0

22.2
13.0

22.4
13.1

22.5
132

22.6
13.4

General government

11

135

13.8

13.8

13.9

14.1

14.4

145

14.6

145

15.0

152

15.4

15.9

16.1

16.4

164

Federal
State and local

12
13

125
14.3

13.3
14.4

13.4
14.4

13.4
14.5

13.6
145

13.9
14.9

14.1
15.1

14.0
15.3

14.2
15.5

14.4
15.8

14.5
15.9

14.7
16.1

15.4
16.3

15.8
16.5

16.2
16.5

162
16.6

Business

Private households
Nonprofit institutions

Addendum:
Gross domestic business product less housing

14

Table 7.15.—Current-Dollar Cost and Profit Per Unit of Constant-Dollar Gross Domestic Product of Nonfinanciai Corporate Business:
1948-58
[Dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted]
Line
Current-dollar cost and profit per unit of
constant-dollar gross domestic product

1

1948

1949

1950

244

238

240

1951

1952

1953

1954

1955

1958

1957

1956

257

257

257

256

262

270

279

282

Consumption of fixed capital

2

.018

.020

.019

520

.021

.021

522

521

.023

.025

.027

Net domestic product.

3

225

218

221

.237

236

236

234

241

247

254

254

Indirect business tax and nontax liability plus
business transfer payments less subsidies.
Domestic income ....
Compensation of employees
Corporate profits with inventory valuation and
capital consumption adjustments.
Profits tax liability
Profits after tax with inventory valuation arid
capital consumption adjustments.
Net interest
Seefootnoteat end of table.




4

.023

.024

.024

.024

.025

.025

.024

.025

.026

.027

.028

5
6
7

.202
.154
.047

.194
.150
.042

.197
.148
.048

213
.160
.051

211
.165
.045

211
.168
.042

210
.167
.040

.216
.166
.048

221
.175
.044

.227
.182
.043

226
.184
.039

8
9

.021
.026

.016
.026

.026
.022

.031
.020

.025
.020

.024
.017

.021
.020

.024
.024

.023
.021

.022
.021

.019
.020

10

.002

.002

.001

.002

.002

.002

.002

.002

.002

.003

.003

Table 7.15.—Current-Dollar Cost and Profit Per Unit of Constant-Dollar Gross Domestic Product of Nonfinancial Corporate Business:
1948-58—Continued
[Dollars; quarters seasonally adjusted]

1940
11
1

1
Current-dollar cost and profit per unit ot
constant-dollar gross domestic product

1

II

237

242

IV
247

248

IV

1
1

242

238

236

1

II

235

III

I

1951

1950

1949

Line

234

235

IV

III

241

1

II

.246

III

IV

260

255

255

256

Consumption of fixed capital

2

.017

.018

.019

.019

.019

.020

.020

.020

.019

.019

.018

519

.020

520

.020

.020

Net domestic product

3

220

224

229

228

223

218

216

215

215

216

223

228

240

235

235

236

4

.022

.023

.024

.023

.023

.024

.024

.025

.024

.024

.024

.023

.025

.023

.023

.024

5
6
7

.198
.151
.046

201
.152
.048

205
.158
.046

204
.155
.048

.199
.152
.045

.194
.150
.042

.192
.147
.043

.190
.149
.039

.191
.147
.043

.193
.145
.046

.199
.147
.050

205
.151
.053

215
.161
.052

.212
.160
.050

.212
.160
.050

.212
.160
.051

9

.020
.025

.021
.027

.021
.025

.020
.028

.018
.028

.016
.026

.016
.027

.016
.023

.021
.021

.024
.022

.028
.021

.030
.022

.038
.015

.030
.020

.027
.023

.029
.022

10

.002

.002

.002

.001

.002

.002

.002

.002

.002

.001

.001

.001

.002

.002

.002

.002

1

II

I

1
1

I

II

1

II

256

255

.257

258

256

256

259

261

Indirect business tax and nontax liability plus
business transfer payments less subsidies.
Domestic income
Compensation of employees
Corporate profits with inventory valuation and
capital consumption adjustments.
Profits tax liability
Profits after tax with inventory valuation and
capital consumption adjustments.
Net interest

e

1952

1954

1953

1955

Une

Current-dollar cost and profit per unit of
constant-dollar gross domestic product

1

11
1

IV

258

260

III

IV

258

255

IV

III
255

.258

III

IV

263

265

Consumption of fixed capital

2

520

521

521

.020

.020

520

.021

.022

.022

.022

.022

.022

.021

.021

.021

.022

Net domestic product

3

235

234

236

239

237

237

237

233

234

234

233

236

238

239

242

.243

4

.024

.025

.026

.025

.025

.025

.025

.025

.025

.025

.024

.024

.024

.024

.025

.025

5
6
7

211
.162
.047

208
.163
.043

211
.166
.043

214
.167
.046

212
.165
.045

.213
.167
.044

212
.168
.042

.207
.171
.034

209
.169
.037

209
.168
.039

209
.166
.041

212
.166
.044

213
.163
.048

215
.165
.048

.217
.167
.048

.218
.168
.048

8
9

.026
.021

.024
.019

.024
.019

.025
.020

.026
.019

.026
.018

.025
.017

.020
.015

.019
.018

.020
.019

.021
.020

.022
.021

.024
.024

.024
.025

.024
.024

.025
.024

10

.002

.002

.002

.002

.002

.002

.002

.002

.002

.002

.002

.002

.002

.002

.002

.002

Indirect business tax and nontax liability plus
business transfer payments less subsidies.
Domestic income
Compensation of employees
Corporate profits with inventory valuation and
capital consumption adjustments.
Profits tax liifcility
Profits after tax with inventory valuation and
capital consumption adjustments.
Net interest

1956

1957

Line
1
Current-dollar cost and profit per unit of
constant-dollar gross domestic product

1

1
1
267

III

IV

269

269

1

II

275

279

1958
IV

III

I

279

.281

279

282

IV

III

II
278

.283

284

Consumption ol fixed capital

2

.023

523

.024

524

.025

525

.025

.026

.028

.028

528

527

Net domestic product

3

245

246

246

252

254

254

255

253

.255

251

255

257

4

.025

.025

.026

.026

.027

.027

.027

.027

.028

.028

.028

.028

5
6
7

219
.172
.046

221
.174
.045

220
.175
.043

225
.179
.044

228
.180
.045

227
.181
.044

228
.182
.043

225
.183
.040

.226
.188
.035

.222
.183
.036

227
.184
.040

229
.182
.044

8
9

.023
.022

.024
.021

.022
.021

.023
.021

.024
.022

.022
.021

.022
.021

.020
.020

.017
.018

.017
.018

.020
.020

.022
.022

10

.002

.002

.002

.002

.002

.002

.003

.003

.003

.003

.003

.003

Indirect business tax and nontax liability plus
business transfer payments less subsidies.
Domestic income
Compensation of employees
Corporate profits with inventory valuation and
capital consumption adjustments.
Profits tax liability
Profits alter tax with inventory valuation and
capita! consumption adjustments.
Net interest

1. Equals the deflator for gross domestic product of nonfinanciaJ corporate business with the decimal point shifted
two places to the left




8. Supplementary Tables
Table 8.1 .—Percent Change From Preceding Period in Selected Series: Annual, 1930-59, and Quarterly, 1947-59
[Percent; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
Une
Gross domestic product:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weiahts .
Benchmark-years weights ...
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights .
Benchmark-years weights...
Personal consumption expenditures:
Current dollars .
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights .
Benchmark-years weights ...
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights .
Benchmark-years weights.
Durable goods:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weiahts .
Benchmark-years weights ..
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights ,
Chain-type annual weights .
Benchmark-years weignts ..
Nondurable goods:
Current delta
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights .
Chain-type annual weights .
Benchmark-years weignf
Price indexes:
Rxed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights .
Benchmark-years weights .
Services:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights ,
Chain-type annual weights .
Benchmark-years weignts ,
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights .
Benchmark-years weignts ..
Gross private domestic Investment:
Current dollars .
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights .
Benchmark-years weights .
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights ,
Benchmark-years weights .
Fixed investment:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights .
Benchmark-years weignts
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights .
Benchmark-years we'^
Nonresidential:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights.
.Benchmark-years weights ..
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Structures:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights .
Benchmark-years weights...
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
uiain-type
weights
Chain-type annual weights .
Benchmark-years weights




1930

-12.4

1931

-16.2

1932

1933

1934

1935

-23.5

-4.1
-2.1

7.7

-8.9

-7.7

-13.3

17.1

1936

11.1
7.7

1937

1938

1939

-9.4

-13.5

-19.7

-5.8

12.0

-3.7

-8.9

-2.0

3.1

-10.7

-112

-4.5

2.2

-22.5

-23.5

-33.6

-4.9

21.8

26.8

21.3

9.7

182

20.0

19.9

8.4

13.8

-2.2

-6.6

122

8.8

5.7

3.0

3.7

4.7

-.8

17.6

6.3

10.5

-.9

-18.1

3.1

1944

25.0

-3.9

-6.2

1943

75

-4.0

14.2

1942

102

-6.5

14.4

1941

1940

24.6

235

-19.9

24.7

17.5

16.3
13.3

24.4

-29.0

-4.8

2.4

13.3

-30.9

-95

-5.7

5.6

21.4

16.6

5.1

11.0

-20.8

-14.8

-24.5

-.5

13.8

-12.9

-16.4

-15.3

-62

4.8

-9.7

-14.9

-21.5

-2.1

19.9

12.1

-3.6

15.8

18.4

15.5

9.B

11.6

15

6.3

2.1

3.0

5.7

7.0

15.0

10.0

-3.9

-.4

-7.3

-32

5.3

-4.6

-13.0

-12.7

-.3

7.6

-5.1

-9.4

-14.9

-9.6

1.6

-.3

10.6

8.3

-2

-25

4.6

25

3.6

1.7

-5.7

-4.9

-82

-1.1

-3.8

-5.6

-8.1

-6.4

-2.6

1.0

-362

-44.5

-80.7

47.1

1202

80.6

-3.7

-1.9

30.0

40.6

-42.1

3.1

1.8

1.0

462

33.6

-42.6

-415

29.0

33.6

30.5

22.7

-45.6

-34.2

11.8

32.3

-29.8

-37.3

-625

65

54.1

585

37.9

18.4

-34.4

-35.9

-48.6

-13.1

35.8

302

34.5

27.4

-19.7

19.4

23.1

225

-38.1

-19.4

26.9

-26.5

20.1

18.5

13.9

-42.6

-23.4

22.0

-24.0

-30.6

-432

-13.5

27.3

27.7

335

16.3

-19.0

-21.4

-39.0

-45.8

-11.4

315

28.0

35.0

29.8

-26.1

10.4

26.6

25.5

-34.9

-13.7

35.5

19.3

-25.7

10.1

22.1

18.3

-39.3

-16.7

32.2

-175

-34.8

-41.8

.-11.7

23.3

23.9

36.6

-41.1

-46.8

-21.6

13.1

16.1

31.1

44.1

-215

15.3

27.1

-31.0

-21.0

33.8

-19.0

10.1

112

32.6

265

-20.6

13.1

19.1

-392

-27.0

30.0

-15.7

-35.4

-41.3

-215

Table 8.!-Percent Change From Preceding Period in Selected Series: Annual, 1930-59, and Quarterly, 1947-59-Continued
[Percent; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]

Line
Producer?' durable equipment:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weiohts ...
Benchmark-years weights .....
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights ...
Benchmark-years weights
Residential:
Current dollars .
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights.
Benchmark-years weights ...
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights.
Benchmark-years weights ...
Exports ot goods and services:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights .
Benchmark-years weights ...
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights .
Benchmark-years weights .
imports of goods and services:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weiohts .
Benchmark-years weights .
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights .
Benchmark-years weights ...

1930

1934

1935

1936

-36.8

-44.8

46.1

35.0

-20.7

-33.8

-42.4

38.4

35.5

-40.5

-24.3

-57.0

-19.4

51.9

37.9

32.8

-39.1

-17.0

—47.0

-18.4

39.3

37.8

25.9

22.9

-28.7

14.2

33.1

24.7

-36.9

-9.7

-29.8

13.7

29.6

17.7

-39.3

-92

19.3

42.6

16.1

16.1

-45.7

-35.7

8.3

41.3

12.6

5.9

-49.4

-39.5

33.6

-5.6

23.0

122

-20.5

-3.6

26.0

-3.8

14.6

4.3

-32.7

-152

-252

-34.6

-32.0

28.8

-172

-20.7

12.5

6.8

-25.8

-29.5

-33.5

-2

16.1

33.2

5.8

25.6

-282

10.2

29.9

35.7

-11.7

-102

-18 5

4.0

2.0

33.1

-22

11.3

-21.7

5.9

24.0

34.7

-.7

-12.0

21.6

20.8

-2.6

7.8

2.9

-4.0

13.2

16.9

-4.1

80.0

139.7

49.4

60.0

102.7

48.1

7.6

-2.1

27.7

45.6

70.1

-92

11.6

9.1

186.8

203.7

572

11.4

42

192

29.6

582

-10.6

9.8

16.9

148.1

160.6

58.6

74.6

5092

258.1

61.5

-11.3

-10.6

-23.0

-265

Nondefense:
Current dollars .
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights . .....
Chain-type annual weights .
Benchmark-years wei
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights .
Chain-type annual weights.
Benchmark-years weights ..




1942

1940

1938

-172

National defense:
Current dollars .
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights.
Benchmark-years weignts ...
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights .
Chain-type annual weights.,
Benchmark-years weights .

State and local:
Current dollars ..
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights .
Benchmark-years weignts ..
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights .
Benchmark-years weights

1937

14.3

37.0

-23.9

Government purchases:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights .
Chain-type annual weights .
Benchmark-years weights ...
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights .
Chain-type annual weights .
Benchmark-years weights
Federal:
Current dollars..
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights .
Chain-type annual weights .
Benchmark-years weights ..
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights ,
Chain-type annual weiohts .
Benchmark-years weignts ...

1933

1931

-1.6

-142

-8.9

132

-.7

-3.0

-1.3

-2.0

-4.0

3.1

-6.0

-9.9

7.3

-5

-4.0

-42

-6.6

-7.3

Table 8.1.-Percent Change From Preceding Period in Selected Series: Annual, 1930-59, and Quarterly, 1947-59-Continued
[Percent; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
Line
Addenda:
Ftoal sales of domestic product:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights

1930

1931

1932

1933

1934

1935

1936

1937

1938

1939

1940

1941

1942

1943

1944

127

-10.5

-15.2

-21.4

-5.6

15.1

8.4

14.5

8.1

-3.0

6.0

7.8

23.5

29.9

23.3

9.7

128
129
130

-7.6

-6.7

-11.7

-32

6.9

5.9

13.6

3.9

-1.7

6.8

6.4

17.1

22.1

21.0

8.8

134

-12.4

-15.9

-23.5

-4.1

16.7

12.0

14.3

9.5

-7.5

7.3

9.6

25.8

28.0

22.6

9.5

135
136
137

-8.6

-7.4

-132

-2.0

7.4

8.7

13.7

3.9

-4.7

7.9

7.4

18.9

21.4

21.0

8.3

131
132
133

Gross domestic purchases:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights

138
139
140

Final sales to domestic purchasers:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights

141

-10.5

-14.9

-21.4

-5.6

14.7

9.3

14.4

7.8

-4.0

6.3

7.1

24.3

31.2

24.6

9.5

142
143
144

-7.3

-6.5

-11.7

-3.1

6.5

6.8

13.1

3.5

-2.5

6.8

6.0

17.8

23.5

22.1

8.7

Gross national product:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights

148

-12.3

-16.3

-23.5

-42

17.0

11.1

142

9.9

-6.5

7.0

10.0

25.0

26.7

21.2

9.7

149
150
151

-8.9

-7.8

-13.3

-22

7.6

7.8

14.0

4.4

-4.0

7.9

7.7

18.2

19.9

19.8

8.4

145
146
147

:

152
153
154

Command-basis gross national product:
Quantity index, fixed 1987 weights

155

-8.5

-7.7

-13.1

-2.0

7.6

7.8

13.7

42

-3.6

7.6

7.8

18.3

20.1

19.7

8.5

Disposable personal income:
Current dollars
1987 dollars

156
157

-10.6
-7.4

-14.0
-4.1

-23.8
-13.5

-6.6
-2.8

14.9
5.7

12.4
9.4

13.7
12.0

72
3.5

-8.0
-6.5

7.5
7.8

7.6
6.3

22.5
13.8

26.8
15.5

14.1
4.7

9.5
4.4

See note at end of table.




Table 8.1 .—Percent Change From Preceding Period in Selected Series: Annual, 1930-59, and Quarterly, 1947-59—Continued
[Percent; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
Line
Gross domestic product:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights .
Benchmark-years weights ...
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights .
Benchmark-years weights ...

1951

1948

11.1

10.7
8.7

20.4
9.0

1.8

1.7

5.1

97.9

29.7

58.7

19.0

5.0

12.9

15.1

9.0

3.8

4.5

7.8

1956

1954

12.5

6.5

1953

9.9

10.5

1952

15.5

3.8

11.7

Services:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights .
Benchmark-years weights ..
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights .
Benchmark-years weights ..

10.6
-1.5

-3.3

Nondurable goods:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights .
Benchmark-years weights ..
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights .
Benchmark-years weights ..

-.6

-20.6

8.0

Durable goods:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights .
Benchmark-years weights ..
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights .
Benchmark-years weignts ..

1.0
-4.0

18.9

Personal consumption expenditures:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weignts
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights

5.5

2.8

1.6

9.6

22.8

-2.9

11.7

-1.8

212

-1.8

3.8

10.9

11.9

18.6

-7.1

9.9

1.9

18.6

-4.8

-.4

2.0

3.4

32

4.9

9.9

-1.8

11.1

-2.4

1.3

3.1

-3.2

7.8

6.6

-.2

-.1

1.5

14.5

11.5

9.9

3.9

2.4

2.6

5.9

6.0

2.6

3.0

3.9

3.7

38.9

187.9

11.9

37.3

-23.6

47.5

11.3

38.0

136.8

1.7

15.6

-18.5

36.9

-.3

412

104.1

41.3

19.5

-6.8

221

14.9

2.4

39.5

Gross private domestic Investment:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Fixed investment:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1937 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights

1947

1945

83.4

18.5

8.9

-9.1

19.1

12.1

-1.9

44.1

63.1

35.4

14.3

-7.1

11.4

14.7

10.0

-12

12.6

14.0

43.8

46.4

14.4

3.4

-102

8.5

6.1

7.4

-1.8

9.8

6.6

11.0

3.5

2.9

2.0

2.6

-10.4

-4.4

28.1

-22

-9.4

-2.6

21.7

-5.4

5.0

.....

Nonresidential:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Structures:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights .
Benchmark-years weights ...
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights .
Benchmark-years weights ...




40.8

121.3

10.2

17.1

-3.7

20.1

36.6

100.7

-0.1

4.8

-22

7.4

19.9
10.3

Table 8.1 .—Percent Change From Preceding Period in Selected Series: Annual, 1930-59, and Quarterly, 1947-59—Continued
[Percent; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
Line
Producers' durable equipment:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Residential:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Exports ot goods and services:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Imports of goods and services:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Government purchases:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Federal:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
National defense:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights .
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Nondefense:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights ...
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights .
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights ....
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
State and local:
Current dollars.
Quantity indexesFixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weighs
.Benchmark-years weights
9
Pnce indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights




1945

1946

1947

1948

1949

1950

1951

1952

1953

1954

1955

1956

1957

1958

1959

64

45.6

36.5

54.0

12.8

-9.0

13.1

11.7

-.9

9.3

-3.3

14.8

10.3

8.4

-12.9

13.7

65
66
67

47.9

17.7

35.6

2.6

-15.2

9.8

5.2

-2.4

6.6

-5.6

122

3.8

.8

-14.0

11.1

68
69
70
71

25.5

360.6

54.4

29.7

-6.3

402

-10.3

.9

4.3

8.7

18.6

-5.8

-5.9

.8

26.0

72
73
74

18.0

310.3

27.5

19.6

-72

36.4

-16.2

-1.9

3.5

8.3

15.7

-8.6

-62

1.1

25.5

78

40.6

110.6

32.7

-17.1

-6.9

-14.9

38.6

-3.9

-6.9

3.5

11.7

20.5

12.8

-14.5

1.0

79
80
81

33.5

103.5

18.4

-232

-1.3

-11.5

21.3

-3.1

-4.4

4.4

9.0

15.1

9.0

-13.3

.1

75
76
77

82
83
84
85

9.3

-7.6

13.8

26.8

-8.1

25.5

25.6

4.9

4.7

-3.6

11.5

10.0

5.4

.4

11.5

86
87
88

5.9

-29.0

-7.7

18.6

-3.4

16.9

6.9

12.7

11.1

-3.3

13.1

8.6

5.3

6.1

8.0

92

-14.0

-64.9

-10.3

19.9

22.7

2.4

52.6

24.4

82

-6.2

-.3

5.3

9.4

7.0

5.9

93
94
95

-14.3

-67.3

-192

9.9

12.0

5.6

39.6

17.8

4.7

-72

-2.9

.5

4.8

2.3

-.1

89
90
91

96
97
98
99

-15.8

-74.1

-29.6

202

27.1

-4.0

932

34.5

8.4

-13.7

-5.7

2.7

8.6

4.7

5.7

100
101
102

-16.0

-76.4

-36.9

14.1

10.7

4.1

76.0

26.6

4.7

-13.8

-82

-1.5

4.3

-1.5

-2.3

-15.8

-77.8

-39.1

13.4

22.6

3.5

135.8

36.6

6.1

-15.1

-6.3

4.4

9.6

3.7

2

-15.5

88.7

19.4

38.1

36.7

-18.7

-11.8

20.6

25.8

-5.0

-2.1

-6.5

2.9

11.0

40.3

7.3

21.9

28.7

19.5

17.9

10.2

102

6.1

7.5

11.3

9.6

9.4

10.7

10.4

5.8

10.5

13.1

5.7

13.3

7.3

1.3

1.6

4.9

7.9

6.8

3.6

5.6

7.8

2.7

103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113

...

114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126

3.3

Table 8.1 .-Percent Change From Preceding Period in Selected Series: Annual, 1930-59, and Quarterly, 1947-59-Continued
[Percent; quarters seasonally adjusted at annual rates]
1945
Addenda:
Final sales ol domestic product:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Gross domestic purchases:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Final sates to domestic purchasers:
Cur rent dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Gross national product:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights

1946

1947

1948

1949

1.3

-4.1

14.1

8.5

.2.9

-3.8

-22.8

.7

2.7

2.2

2

1950

12
62

1951

1953

1952

1954

1955

1957

1956

1958

1959

14.4

7.6

6.4

1.3

7.1

5.7

6.1

1.7

7.7

9.5

5.7

4.0

-.1

4.3

Z2

2.5

-.3

4.6

.4

-4.3

9

14.0

-.3

12.7

15.0

5.9

6.4

-.1

9.0

5.0

4.9

22

9.1

-4.3

-23.4

-2.8

6.0

.4

9.9

9.3

4.9

4.3

-1.0

5.8

1.8

1.8

.4

5.8

.7

-7.8

12.8

11.3

3.1

9.1

13.8

8.1

6.9

1.0

7.1

5

2

5.7

2,5

8.1

—4.1

-25.5

-.6

4.9

2.2

7.4

8.9

6.3

4.6

-.3

4.5

2.0

2.3

.6

4.9

1.0

-.4

10.8

112

-.5

10.7

15.6

5.4

5.7

.3

9.0

5.5

5.3

1.3

8.6

-4.1

-20.5

-1.4

3.9

.4

8.7

9.9

4.3

3.7

-.6

5.7

2.1

2.0

-.6

5.4

Command-basis gross national product:
Quantity index, fixed 1987 weights

-3.7

-20.4

-1.8

3.7

.3

8.1

9.7

4.6

3.8

-.6

5.9

2.3

2.2

-.5

5.3

Disposable personal income:
Current dollars
1987 dollars

2.5
-1.2

6.6
-3.5

6
-3.9

11.4
5.7

-.2

10.4
7.8

9.8
3.8

5.3
3

6.4
4.3

12

7.1
5.5

6.8
4.8

5.5
2.5

3.5
1.8

6.3
4.0

See note at end of table.




2

2

2

1.7

Table 8.1 .—Percent Change From Preceding Period in Selected Series: Annual, 1930-59, and Quarterly, 1947-59—Continued
[Percent; quarters

at annual rates]

1947

1948

Line
1
Gross domestic product:
Current dollars .
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights .
Benchmark-years weights ...
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights .
Benchmark-years weights ...
Personal consumption expenditures:
Current dollars .
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights .
Benchmark-years weights ...
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights ..
Chain-type annual weights .
Benchmark-years weignts
Durable goods:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights .
Chain-type annual weights .
Benchmark-years weights ..
Nondurable goods:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weiohts .
Benchmark-years weights ..
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights .
Benchmark-years weights ..
Services:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights .
nt^*.!—
Chain-type annual weights .
Benchmark-years weignts ..
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights .
Chain-type annual weights"""".
Benchmark-years weights ........
Gross private domestic investment:
Current dollars .
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights
Fixed investment:
Current dollars
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights ...
Benchmark-years weights ....
Price indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annuaJ weiohts ...
Benchmark-years weights ....
nonresidential:
Current dollars ...
Quantity indexes:
fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights
Benchmark-years weights .
Prtce indexes:
fixed 1987 weights.
Chain-type annual weights'T".!!!
Benchmark-years weights
Structures:
Current dollars .
Quantity indexes:
Fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weights .
.Benchmark-years weights...
Price indexes:
fixed 1987 weights
Chain-type annual weiohts
Benchmark-years weignts




1

8.5

II

Ill

IV

1

II

1949
III

IV

1

II

1950
III

IV

1

1
1

III

6.9

7.7

18.3

10.4

12.0

11.1

20

-7.3

-52

25

-3.3

17.4

15.1

27.5

25

2
3
4

2.5

4.7

4.7

3.7

2.5

3.9

-3.3

-1.0

3.3

-32

15.9

13.2

15.7

5
6
7
8

10