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Table No. 4-Average Number of Persons Employed.

Average Number Employed at Periods of the Great-

est Number and the Least Number......

41-43

Table No. 5–Average Number of Wage Earners Em-

ployed by Months, and by Industries.

44-73

Table No. 6-Aggregate Amounts Paid in Wages, Av-

erage Yearly Earnings per Employe–By Indus-

tries

74-75

Table No. 7–Classified Weekly Earnings of Wage

Earners-By Industries....

76-120

Classified Weekly Earnings of Wage Earners-All

Industries

Table No. 8— Number of Days in Operation During

Year, Number of Hours Worked per Day, and per

Week-Number of Hours Overtime...

121-122

Table No. 9-Average Proportion of Business Done-

By Industries.

123-124

Table No. 10—Character and Quantity of Power

Used-By Industries..

125-127

PART II.-STATISTICS OF STEAM RAILROAD TRANS-

PORTATION IN NEW JERSEY—Number of

Wage Earners Employed—Average Daily and Year-

ly Earnings of Employes—Hours of Labor per

Day-Number of Days on Duty During the Year-

Number of Employes Injured-Number Whose In-

juries Resulted in Death....

131-140

Cost of Living in New Jersey, Introduction and An-

alysis of Tables...

141-146

Table No. 1-Total Cost of Bill of Supplies in Vari-

ous Cities and Towns of the State....

147-148

Table No. 2—Comparison of Average Prices per Ar-

ticle for 1909 and 1910....

149

Table No. 3—Comparison of Retail Prices of 1899

with those of 1910—Increases and Decreases shown

by each Article..

150

Wages and Cost of Living Abroad.

151-155

Fruit and Vegetable Canning Industry, Season of

1910—Introduction and Analysis...

157-161

Table No. 1-Character of Management-Number of

Persons Employed-Amount Paid in Wages—Selling

Value of Products Number of Days in Operation 162

Table No. 2—Product of Canned Fruit for 1909... 163

Table No. 3—Product of Canned Vegetables for 1909 164-165

Relation of Occupation to Health....

167-178

Promoting the Export Trade of New Jersey

179-192

STATE OF NEW JERSEY, OFFICE OF THE BUREAU OF STATISTICS,

TRENTON, October 31st, 1910.

To His Excellency John Franklin Fort, Governor:

Sir: In accordance with the provisions of Chapter 105, Laws of 1878, and the several supplements thereto, I have the honor of submitting to the Senate and General Assembly, through you, the thirty-third annual report of the Bureau of Statistics of New Jersey.

WINTON C. GARRISON,

Chief.

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