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known


Married


Wid-
owed.


Di-
vorced


ItoS
months


4to6
months


7 to 12
months.


1


MALES'


20, 861


5,911


6,114


8,440


396


314


8,729


11,313


798


21


1,787


1,420


332 '






■>.


1,007


193


191


601


22


22


520


433


53


1


102


68


14




Agricultural laborers 8 ..


3


614
252
120

1,169


89
82
14

551


111
43
32

325


395
126
74

289


19
2


19

2


420
52
37

398


162

186

76

726


31
14

7

45


1


92

1
9

25


61


9
1
4

9


4


rarmers, planters, and overseers

Gardeners, florists, nurserymen, etc . . .


h


7
24


fi


4


4




Architects, designers, draftsmen, etc. . .
Clergymen


7
8


88
89
150
108

78

139
168
71
78

4,444


46
37
59
71
43

76
71
44
44

643


17
18
64
17
11

44
68
14
17

1,113


25
31
27
20
24

19
29
13
17

2,457


3


3'


81
30
89
24
23

40
27
23
32

2,121


55
55
59
79
63

92
131
43
43

2,134


2
4
2
5
2

7
10
5
3

186




1


1




9
10


Electricians

Engineers (civil, etc.) and surveyors ..
Journalists









3


9


2
2


11












12


Lawyers












1


13
14
15


Officials (government)








2


2
2

1

478


Teachers and professors in colleges, etc

Domestic and personal service. . .

Barbers and hairdressers






4


ii"

656


1
2

102


16


231


161


17


157
138
228
69
2,483

102
177
409
351
238

6,196


9

27

33

17

231

9

25

60

153

65

2,221


36

48

59

19

606

13
43
70
113
83

2,038


112
63
136
21
1,568

6

108

225

85

85

1,868






66
102
29
15
1,138

81

29

249

320

40

2,662


87
36
189
40
1,221

19
139
148

30
180

3,823


6

1

9

4

121

2
9

12
1

18

210


i'


4
9
3


1
10

1


2
1


18


Bartenders






19
20
?1


Hotel keepers








79

74

1

64


79

8
1

6S


3'


609'

1

2

21


435'

1


1
96


??


Launderers


23










26


Soldiers, sailors, and marines (U. S.) ...
Watchmen, policemen, firemen, etc

Trade and transportation


18
1
6

143


1


27


6
69


6
69


1


1
240


2
60




Agents


28


365
193
468
411
1,103

727
62
87

102

912
118
80
108

640
383
63
142

8,045


158
111
205
161
449

197
31
15

18

23«
25

• 28
57

235
109
26
57

2,303


98

25

116

111

429

296
12
21
39

258
29
38
24

178
146
28
54

2,447


99

67

138

139

224

199
19
45
41

416
64
14
27

126

126

9

31

3,225






100
44
174
171
693

836

8

49

42

220

26
74
21

318
161
42
69

8,028


234
133
271
226
388

370
63
86
58

663

85

6

84

214

214

18

71

4,697


21
16
22
14
22

22
1
2
2

29
7




4


6


2
8
8
7
10

11


29
30
31


Bankers and brokers






Bookkeepers and accountants «


9


9


1


38

6

28

57

1
3
8

16
1
6


16

4

28

39


;w


Clerks and copyists^


1
36


1
36


33
34
36

3R


Draymen, hackmen, teamsters, etc

Foremen and overseers


Hucksters and peddlers


6
4

1


6
4

1


1
4

13

1
2






Merchants and dealers (exc. wholesale) .

Merchants and dealers (wholesale)

Messengers and errand and office boys .
Officials of banks and companies

Salesmen




37
38
39


3







3








3

13
18
3
2

308




41


1
2
1


1 1

2

1


16


18

22

1

19

765


8
10

8
10

717


7
3


42


Steam railroad employees


43
44


Stenographers and typewriters s

Street railway employees '


45


Manufacturing and mechanical
pursuits.'


70


68 ;


1
147


47
48
49
60

61
62
63
64

66


Blacksmiths !!!!!!!! !!;!!'.;;'.;!'. ";;;;;;

Bleachery and dye works operatives '. '. '.
Boot and shoe makers and repairers. . .
Bottlers and soda water makers, etc

Brewers and maltsters

Brick and tile makers, etc ! !


232
91

154
48

112

97

188

1,278

101

55
495
886
116
603

345

46

309

664

69
261
229

92

121
74

103
64


6
54
29
4
8

3

19

46

366

26

3
167
279
39
211

109

7

67

185

8
68
57
20

5
26
22

5


42
78
38
2
23

22
16
86
291
29

3
161
42
25
155

97

15

127

207

23
147
112

43

13
19
47
13


140
98
24

148
16

87

62

67

617

45

49
166
28
62
137

189
24
114
166

38
46
60
29

103
29
84
38


2'


......


95
102
41
26
24

24
42
76
432
22

14

142

89

62

268

78
12
86
192

32
139
99
47

80
35'
37
13


89
121

46
113

23

84
63
103
7%

77

40
335
278

51
226

266

32

200

846

34
113
122

44

81
36
63
38


4

9

5

16

1

4
2
9

50
2

1
18
21

3
10

11

2

22

21

2

8
7
1

10
3
3

8


i'

3'

i'

6

1
1
1


3
10
9
8
3

1

8

7

196

18

1
25
57
14
14

6

8

81

116

8
26
16
10

7
9
9
2


4
6
10
3
2


2
2
6

4

1

2
1
3

22
1

1
4
12~






1




Carpenters and joiners !

Coopers


4"

1


""X
1


5

176

6

1

18

181

6

6

7
8
96
96

1

18
8
1

3
2
3

1


56


Copper workers


bV
58


Engineers and firemen (not locomotive)
Fishermen and oystennens


1
87


i"

37


69
60


Iron and steel workers^

Machinists


61
6''


Manufacturers and officials, etc ... .
Marble and stone rnttPTs






7

8

6
11
17

1
2
1


63








64
66


Painters, glaziers, and varnishers ......

Paper and pulp mill operatives.


1
6


1

6




Plumbers and gas and steam fitters

Printers, lithographers, and pressmen.
Steam boiler makers


67
68












Tailors






69






4
2
2
1




Textile mill operatives (not specified)!!


71














1 Qa<l ^-.r^l +.. .


3


3



' See explanatory notes on page 427
2 Age unknown omitted.



3 Includes Bohemia.

* Includes Newfoundland.



GENERAL TABLES— PRINCIPAL CITIES.



659



OCCUPATIONS, CLASSIFIED BY GENERAL NATIVITY, COLOR, CONJUGAL CONDITION, MONTHS UNEMPLOYED, AGE
50,000 INHABITANTS OR MORE: 1900— Continued.

EICHMOND BOROUGH, If. Y.



AGE PERIODS. 2
\


Persons
of native
parent-
age.!


PERSONS HA VINO EITHER BOTH PARENTS BORN AS SPECIFIED OH ONE PARENT BORN AS SPECIFIED
AND ONE PARENT NATIVE.


Persons
of mixed
foreign
parent-
age.!




10 to
15

years.


16 to
21

years.


26 to
44

years.


45 to
G4

years.


65 years
and
over.


Austria-
Hun-
gary. 8


Canada*
(Eng-
lish!.


Canada *
(Frencli).


Ger-
many.


Great
Britain.


Ire-
land.


Italy.


Po-
land.


Rus-
sia.


Scandi-
navia. 6


Otlier
coun-
tries. •




376


4,496


10,793


4,436


760


6,213


363


189


16


4,580


1,711


4,366


922


263


241


755


650


612


1


19


159


436


300


92


216


30


2


1


335


66


216


28


23


27


18


42


13


2


17
2


184
13
10

162


286
98
49

662


149
98
45

288


28
43
16

64


108
84
15

656


26
4




1


218
75
42

169


22
15
18

130


132
42
33

169


18
7
3

16


22

1


27


14
3

1

12


22
16
2

36


4
4
5

45




1
1

22


4




F>


7




4


3


6






1
60


14
1

68
5

15

'i

8
6

918


56
48
74
70
39

77
86
42
47

2,404


15
33
6
25
22

41
69
17
19

924


3
7
2
8
2

10
6
4
6

138


46
40
69
71
43

77
71
44

44

785


1






10

9

38

10

8

11
18
6

8

892


17

9

11

12

7

17
13
6
5

181


1
22
29

7
10

22
47
5
15

1,333




2


2'


2


5
1
3
4
3

4
2
2
1

211


4
3
6
2
3

4
8
4
2

91


7


3

2




■8


1






1


1
2


q




10


1


1

4
3

1
1

18




2






n










T>


1
2




2
2
1

536


1


1


1


13




14








1
64


15


188


1


123


72


16


5

i"

39

1

■"'io'
i'

148


36

49

11

5

481

21

13

104

171

12

1,537


88

77

124

26

1,358

64
103
219
170
114

3,208


27
11
86
24
617

15
61
69
10
93

1,140


1
1
7
3
88

1
10

7


9

27

33

19

809

12

26

101

153

70

2,291




1




64
59

100
6

383

.3

81
76
62
37

1,227


5
6

17
5

67

3
7

19
25
19

696


6

26

32

25

910

10
42
98
67
92

1,187


66
6
9'


1

i"


1

1
1




2
3
15


4

5

10


17


2

5

1

115

1
3
6
3




4
3

2
35


18


2

1
5




19




?n




412


116


63
1


34

72
3

60
4
9

166


34


•'1




9?


1
3
3
1

69




11

25


2
2




1

9

20

6

232


•n


1


5'

75


9
9
2

170


24

?5


18
163




1
116


1
28


?fi


43


6


27


2

i'

1

39
22

4"

8
"'■■35'

29

i'

147


51
6
74
98
468

200
4
23
20

97
3

39
8

198
86
31
47

1,719


177
93
244
234
477

410
36
52
58

616

79

6

73

244

221

29

86

4,083


109
83

136
71

102

90
20
11
18

238
34


16
11
13
7
17

5
3
1
2

63
2


159
111
214
161
450

230
31
22
22

239
25
28
58

236

111

26

67

2,365


3


7
4
3
4
14

5




69
21
47
85
187

206
7
21
11

291

37

9

13

99

29

9

24

1,957


41
28
27
74
133

31
8
8
4

77
19
6
11

57

24

9

9

748


42
9
65
47
208

196
13
27
34

111
10
21
14

68
166
16
39

1,451


2
6
1
4
5

16




1


5


14
6
8
15
31

10
1
3
1

21
13
4
2

9
6

i'

206


12
9
11
17
46

24
1
2

1

20
6
8
3

36

16

1

9

231


?S




?9






i'

2


2
1
6

1


90
3
19

4
1
2


sn






31


4
2




3?


1


33
34








1
8

49

2


1
4

15

1


'"'ie'
39


35


1

23
2


1

9
1




36


2


16
2
4

2

12
4

1
1

491


37

38




39


21

65
61
3

8

1,783


6

4
15




5

7
4
1
1

78










40


6
3




3

17


1
2


7


41


2


42
43












1

64


44


313


135


8


227


85


45


2
5

2

6'

4
9

i'

3
1
9

s'

3
3
9

1

5


55
58
20
15
17

16

13

45

218

7

11
70
33
43
198

22

4

38

102

20
99
67
36

23
23
18
4


97
120
34
84
22

64
65
110
656
59

37
293
154

66
223

201

26

160

295

31
136
124

49

50
34
56
25


30
39
30
38
7

31
12
24
335
30

7

120

168

15

67

106
14
88

142

13
23
26
6

31
11
23
21


-4

10

7

17


6

56

29

4

8

3

19

46

369

27

3

168

316

39

211

109

7

68

191

8
68
57
20

6
26
22

6


4
2






146
58
13
37
33

103
30
97

172
35

12
82
20
21
110

87
16
64
109

42
44
53
5

38
16
40
32


4
20
14

6


4
65
28
10

1

2
4

20
176

27

26

149

8

21

72

58
11
126
121

12
105
63
40

11

13

20

]


4

1

'""74'


3

1

1
7


2
2

6"


5
10

1
4

1


7
3
1
1
3

2
3
3
40
3

■ 9'

8
4
10

17
1
2

12

2'

2

5

3"

8


3

10

4

2


46


4




47




4R


4
2

2
14






49






m


1
1
5
61
5
















.51


1


1


5

12

121

5

4
08
16
12
46

43
6
40
56

1

23
46
17

11

8

11


12
1
12

3'

1

1
5

5
1
12
11

1
4

22






3

2

288

1

3
20
16
16
23

4


5

6

80


.5?


8"

1

5


2
17

2'

1



53


4

2


39


2


54
65




1


1
21
1
2
15

5

1
6
24

1

13
10

2

2
2
2
2


.56


11
38

1
6

16

3

23

17

2


2


1


5;




fi«






1


.5t


6

6
2
1
2

1


1
6


3

2




1

3
1


60




61




6?


1
3






63




2
1


8


30

1
3


64




66


2
1
8




66


3


1


1
1


1
1

7




67


12


3


68


17
1
6
4


8
7
2
4


69






3

2


7(1


1










71




i




i


72



5 Norway, Sweden, and Denmark,
e Includes all other foreign countries.



' The totals for each class include all occupations belonging to that class, whether specified or not.
' See footnotes to Table 1, pages 7-9.



660



STATISTICS OF OCCUPATIONS.



Table 43.— TOTAL MALES AND FEMALES 10 YEARS OF AGE AND OVER ENGAGED IN SELECTED GROUPS OF

PERIODS, AND PARENTAGE, FOR CITIES HAVING



IIICHMOXD BOROUGH, K. Y.— Continued.





8EX AND SELECJTED 0CC0PATI0N9.


Aggre-
gate.


NATIVE WHITE.


For-
eign
white.


COLOKED. 1


CONJUGAL CONDITION.


UNEMPLOYED.!




Native
parents.'


Foreign
parents. '


Total.


Negro. 1


Single
and un-
known.


Married.


Wid-
owed.


Di-
vorced.


ItoS

months.


4 to 6
months.


7tol2
months.


7R


FEMALES'.


6,226


1,135


1,784


2,088


219


219


4,149


423


643


11


327


169


73






I't


26
379


9
202


4
116


13
59






8
342


7
18


11
18


1


3

41






7ft


Professional service


2


2


5


10




Musicians and teachers of music

Teachers and professors in colleges, etc.

Domestic and personal service

Boarding and lodging house keepers . . .

Housekeepers and stewardesses s

Laundresses


7fi


50
269

2,849


24
149

343


14
85

621


11
34

1,674


1
1

211


1
1

211


43
254

2,154


3

7

288


4
8

431


6


1
38

150




1

8

30


77
78


5
80


7H


77

136

366

173

1,999

647


25
43
38
55
164

225


11
32

104
42

403

316


41
57
175
73
1,281

104




17

65

151

109

1,773

637


18
24
80
18
93

40


42
47

133
46

129

67








3


An


4

49

3

151

2


4

49

3

151

2






3
30

16
27

11


81


2

4'

3


44
21

77

24


4
4
19

7


«?


Nurses and midwives


«R




84


Trade and transportation






8ft


92

lis

83
113
170

1,325


33
41
15
43
69

356


51
63
23
,57
79

727


8
11
45
12
22

238






87
103

14
109
165

1,108


3
9
19
1
2

100


1
3
50
3
1

116


1

2

1


3
2
1
4
10

109


1

1




86






2


87


Merchants and dealers


[


88




1


1


1
7

63


3

2

26


89


Stenographers and typewriters ^

Manufacturing and mechanical
pursuits.'


90


4


4


91


422
50
87
40

175
95


90
8
37
14
44
17


251
31
39
26
85
69


78
11
11


3


3


322
47
80
38

136
88


45
3
6
2

14
2


54


1


39
5
7
2

23
3


24
2
8
1
8
4


8
1
2
1
2
2


q>>


Milliners


93








1




<)4


Printers, engravers, and bookbinders - .
Seamstresses






I")


45
9


1


1


25
5




%


Textile mill operatives (not specified) . .









OAKLAND, CAL.



MALES'.



Agricultural pursuits.



Agricultural laborers 8

Farmers, planters, and overseers

Gardeners, florists, nurserymen, etc . .

Professional service



Actors, professional showmen, etc

Architects, designers, draftsmen, etc .

Artists and teachers of art

Clergymen

Dentists



Electricians

Engineers (civil, etc.) and surveyors..

Journalists

Lawyers

Literary and scientific persons



Muaicians and teachers of music .

Officials (government)

Physicians and surgeons

Teachers and professors in colleges, etc.

Domestic and personal service . . .



Barbers and hairdressers

Bartenders

Hotel and boarding house keepers .

Janitors and sextons

Laborers (not specified)'



Launderers

Restaurant keepers

Saloon keepers

Servants and waiters

Watchmen, policemen, firemen, etc.



Trade and transportation.



Agents

Bankers and brokers

Boatmen and sailors'

Bookkeepers and accountants'.



> See explanatory notes on page 427.
' Age unknown omitted.



' Includes Bohemia.

< Includes Newfoundland.



21,464


7,049


5,571


7,430


1,414


378


8,234


12,281


821


128


1,366


1,734


1,216


688


128


81


320


59


1


230


306


50


2


61


69


67


273
130
154

1,756


56
53
10

930


43

23

9

431


140
49
116

376


35
5
19

19


1



-■


146
33
39

619


102

86

101

1,055


24
11
14

75


1
7


45
3
10

50


47
6
12

55


25
23
17

71


86
98
46
134
109

118
185

74
266

55

88
127
213
139

3,920


40
49
18
57
62

55
99
44
163
36

32

77
122
66

577


34
19
13
19

28

53
40
14
78
11

20
29
39
30

635


9
30
14
50
19

10
46
16
24
9

33
21
48
42

1,616


2


2


40
41
16
30
51

68
54
24
88
29

40
28
41
66

1,732


43
65
26
97
56

46
121

50
161

26

44
92
167
66

2,036


2
2
3
5
2

4
10


2'


8
1
1
2
2

10
6
2
3

1

2
2
3
6

306


13

4
2
4


6
6
1
4
2

2

14

8

3

5

4






8


4






6
8
2
4

1

6
4

1
1

535










1


1


15

4
7
14
6

136


2

1

i'

1

18


3


3


4

1

1,092


3

286


6
15

278


194
84
61
87
1,491

501
43
132
908
213

8,306


32
15
15
25
248

32
3

22
56

76

3,314


44
37
9
11
325

29
4
22
46

74

2,631


93
30
35
30

842

125
30
86

185
64

2,299


26

I
21

76

315
6
2

621


18
2
1
18
26

3

3

2

197


62
62
11
33
624

246
10
19

554
38

3,193


124
30
49
61

791

245
32
108
327
163

4,776


7
2
1
3
68

9
1
6
21
12

282


1

8'

1


6
5
1
3
205

13


7
7
1
5
399

18
1
1

77
6

887


7
1


3

201

9
3
2
36

4

289


6'

55


1

61

7

334


162


49


670
249
289
520


384
119
46
231


147
40
36

172


134

90

200

115


5


2


154
22
64

238


482
190
213
266


30
31
12
11


4
6

5'


15


22


21
4
21
27


7
2


7
1


17
19


25

27



GENERAL TABLES— PRINCIPAL CITIES.



661



OCCUPATIONS, CLASSIFIED BY GENERAL NATIVITY, COLOR, CONJUGAL CONDITION, MONTHS UNEMPLOYED, AGE
50,000 INHABITANTS OR MORE: 1900— Continued.















EICIIMOT^^D BOROUGH, JST.


Y.— Continued.
















AGE PERIODS. 2


Persons
of native
parent-
age.!


PEESONS HAVING EITHER BOTH PABENT8 BORN AS SPECIFIED OR
AND ONE PARENT NATIVE.


ONE PARENT BORN AS SPECIFIED


Persons
of mixed
foreign
parent-
age. 1




10 to
15

years.


16 to
24

years.


25 to
years.


15 to

Gl

years.


65 years
and
over.


Austria-
Hun-
gary. 3


Canada *
(Eng-
lish).


Canada '
(Frencli).


Ger-
many.


Great
Britain.


Ire-
land.


Italy.


Po-
land.


Rus-
sia.


Scandi-
navia. 6


Other
coun-
tries."




289


2,329


1,883


673


99


1,348


94


34


6


911


361


1,832


48


58


27


196


129


183


73


1


4
119


4
211


13
46


5
2


9
206








9
27


1
34


6
73








1
3






74


1


6


1






1


11


16


75








i"

122


19
80

1,181


23

155

1,046


8
31

438




25
151

547




1
3

15




9
12

500


1
25

146


9
57

1,155








1


1
7

85


3

11

63


76


2
60


1

77


1
3






1

18


77


27


46


168


78






31
65

140
57

713

191


38
45

126
47

160

63


8
9

12
7

20

8


25
47
86
59
308

226




3

1
3
3

6

7


1


11
23
45
33
368

96


7
13
12
28

77

69


18
39

186
31

852

183


2






6

160

8


2
4
5
7
62

13


2
5

10
6

37

28




i'

"'iii'

22


16

80

62

1,003

363


3

2

1

68

7






sn




8
1
10

3


""'45'
2


1

1

16

4


HI


1

1

1


82
83

84


2
6

1

5
2

94


57
70

"■"■79"
126

662


■ 30
33
32
26
42

432


3
5
43
4




33
41
15
43
69

360




1
3




16
9
20
24
19

279


8
11
6
6
31

112


26
36
36
26
30

415








2

1
1


8
4

1
2
3

20


3

10
1
6
4

76


RS


1
7












8f>


2
4
1

9




1

1
1

18






fiT






i"

10


1
3

4


8R




3
6


1


4
16


H^


113


24


90






13
5

17
2
7

10


134
27
56
28
69
68


• 208
16
14
10
66
13


56
■2


11


93

8

37

14

45
17


2
1


2




74
15
16
4
38
27


36
8
5
2

17
5


173
9
18
16
66
28


3


1


3'


9
1
2


7

i"


22
6
5
4
9
9


91




tr








i'

3
4


3


9S












94


28
4


5


2








1


1


3
3


96


2




%

















OAKLAND, CAL.



53



25
21
12
6
19

55
22
11
16
18

23

6

10

16

718



291

85

1

3

284

6



73

2

36

137



9,963



106
40
62

867



35
157
21

46
66
107
56

1,963



116
68
23
34

614

302
24
74
507
116

3,956



282
48
137

268



6, 608 1, 244



96
42

70

489



16
49
121



1,915



239
91
93

106



81



26
38
16

134



63
106
20

18



7,406



6 Norway, Sweden, and Denmark.
Includes all other foreign countries.



42
49
18
60
63

56
99
44
166
35

35
78
128
66

841



47
16
17
40
269



24
242
76



119
46



261



158



29 I



2,423



2,463



2,849



587

7

16

11

13

401

24
1
26
25
50



439



49



196



60



1,101



38



386



2,684



405
10
13

487
4

553



11



108



34



'The totals for each class include all occupations belonging to that class, whether specified or not.
8 See footnotes to Table 1, pages 7-9.



662



STATISTICS OF OCCUPATIONS.



Table 43.— TOTAL MALES AND FEMALES 10 YEARS OF AGE AND OVER ENGAGED IN SELECTED GROUPS OF

PERIODS, AND PARENTAGE, FOR CITIES HAVING

OAKLAND, CAIi.— Continued.





SEX AND SELECTED OCCUPATIONS.


Aggre-
gate.


NATIVE


WHITE.


For-
eign
white.


COLOEBD.l


CONJUGAL CONDITION.


UNEMPLOYED.!




Native
parents.!


Foreign
parents.!


Total.


Negro.i


Single
andun
.known


Married.


Wid-
owed.


Di-
vorced.


ItoS

months.


4 to 6

months.


7 to 12
months.


87


MALES— Continued .
Trade and transportation— Cont'd
Clflrlrs nnrt pnpyisfjiT


944
201
645
82

89

131

1,276

90

110
230
52
962

1,263
64
178
42

6,894


492
96

207
28

26

21

393

44

42

124

8

326

623
28
89
16

2,100


328
63

231
15

28
35
266
26

63

69

8

468

379
31
60
18

1,893


119
41

203
39

36

65

528

20

9

47

18

171

368

5

39

8

2,819


6
1
4


5
3


536
42

297
15

57

71

268

21

104
34
21

577

455
46
53
31

2,460


384

149

330

60

27
50
940
66

5
190
80
364

761

15

123

9

4,109


19
7

15
6

4
10
69

3

1

5

1

14

40
3
2
2

279


6
3
3
1

1

9'

i'

7'

7

46


29
3

48
6

15

10

21

2

8
2
2
58

57
2
5
9

615


32

3

62


33
4
29


fW


Commercial travelers


39
40


Draymen, hackmen, teamsters, etc


41








10

10

20

1

19

1
3
69

68
4
4


2
6

27

1

11
1
3

35

46
3
6
2

511


4?,




10
89


5'


43
44


Merchants and dealers ( exc. wholesale ) .
Merchants and dealers (wholesale)

Messengers and errand and office boys.

Officials of banks and companies

Porters and helpers ( in stores, etc. )


45
46


6


6


47

48


18

7

3


12
3


49


Steam railroad emplovees


m


Stenographers and typewriters"


."il






m


Telegraph and telephone linemen

Manufacturing and mechanical
pursuits.'
Bakers . .






63


82


29


688


54


132
244
193
76
160

48
1,088

85
849
183

443
580
103
288
540

54

49

68

295

267

167
46

166
72

6,309


11
40
29
22
22

11

382

4

101

62

142
257
21
122
194

19

25

8

60

112

60

15

9

19

1,664


24
92
33
21
73

7

227

40

93


96
110
113
33
66

28
476

41
154
127

135
216
53
111
151

9
12
24
66

47

62
31
128
36

1,898


1
2
18


1
2
2


72
75
70
64
66

14

286
63

100
66

210

63

30

103

207

24

19

22

165

110

9

47
21

3,821


66
158
106

11
101

32

739

22

238

124

218
493
68
167
307

27
28
33
130
188

84
35
109
45

682


4
8
13
11
4

2
59


3'

4


9

15
11


8
22
14
2
9

5
169

4
30
23

22
23
24
27
97

6

5

19

32

11

16
3
6
9

407


6
21
15
20

9

3

128

5



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