1987 Census of Retail Trade: Special report series. Selected statistics

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U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, 1991 - Retail trade

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Page 1-86 - Establishments primarily engaged in the retail sale of any combination of the lines of jewelry such as diamonds and other precious stones; rings, bracelets, and brooches; sterling and plated silverware; and watches and clocks. Stores primarily engaged in watch and jewelry repair are classified in SIC 7631.
Page 1-85 - This major group includes retail establishments selling prepared foods and drinks for consumption on the premises, and also lunch counters and refreshment stands selling prepared foods and drinks for immediate consumption.
Page 1-81 - ... groceries, and other lines in limited amounts. Stores selling commodities covered in the definition for department stores but normally having less than 25 employees, and stores usually known as country general stores are included here.
Page 1-84 - Miscellaneous apparel and accessory stores (SIC 569)— Establishments primarily engaged in the retail sale of specialized lines of apparel and accessories not elsewhere classified, such as uniforms, bathing suits, raincoats, riding apparel, sports apparel, umbrellas, wigs, and toupees. This industry also includes custom tailors primarily engaged in making and selling men's and women's clothing, except fur apparel. Establishments primarily engaged in making fur apparel to custom order are classified...
Page 1-82 - They may also sell poultry, dairy products, eggs, and other commodities. Meat markets may butcher animals on their own account, or they may buy from others. This industry includes freezer and locker meat provisioners. Food locker plants primarily engaged in renting locker space for the storage of food products for individual households are classified in industry 4222. Establishments primarily engaged in the retail sale of...
Page 1-3 - ... adjusted data shown in this publication. Factors and explanatory material are contained in the Monthly Retail Trade Report, BR-94-02.
Page 1-86 - Stationery stores (SIC 5943)— Establishments primarily engaged in the retail sale of stationery, such as paper and paper products (including printing and engraving), post cards, novelties, and school supplies.
Page 1-85 - Establishments engaged in the retail sale of prescription drugs and patent medicines, and which may carry a number of related lines such as cosmetics, toiletries, tobacco, and novelty merchandise.
Page 1-85 - Miscellaneous Retail Stores (SIC Major Group 59) This major group includes retail establishments not elsewhere classified. These establishments fall into the following categories: Drug stores, liquor stores, used merchandise stores, miscellaneous shopping goods stores, nonstore retailers, fuel and ice dealers, florists, cigar stores and stands, news dealers and newsstands, and miscellaneous retail stores not elsewhere classified.

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