Current Business Reports: Monthly retail trade, sales, and accounts receivable

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1972 - Retail trade

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Page 25 - Department store" means a concern employing twenty-five (25) or more persons engaged in the retail sale of some items in each of the following merchandise lines: (1) Furniture, home furnishings, appliances, radio and television sets; (2) a general line of apparel for the family; and (3) household linens and dry goods: Provided, however, That sales within any one of the preceding merchandise lines do not...
Page 34 - For help in hiring veterans, contact your local office of the State Employment Service; for on-the-job training information, see your local Veterans Administration office.
Page 25 - OT which are not zoned by state or local law, regulation or ordinance but are used predominantly for industrial or commercial activities as listed in the Standard Industrial Classification Manual published by the Bureau of the Budget, as supplemented from time to time (excluding the erection and maintenance of signs, displays or devices.) A sign, display or device shall be deemed to be in an unzoned area so used if it is within a radius of 400 feet of two or more listed industrial or commercial activities.
Page 26 - US Bureau of the Census Technical Paper No. 15, Revised 1967. Trading-day factors for adjusting sales estimates were also derived from the X-ll program. A description of the technique may be found in Estimating Trading-Day Variation in Monthly Economic Time Series. US Bureau of the Census Technical Paper No. 12, 1965. Holiday adjustment factors were developed by a method similar to that described in Seasonal 'Adjustment on Electronic Computers, pp. 356-359, Organization for Economic Cooperation and...

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