Statistical Abstract of the United States

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1952 - United States
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Page 249 - national income (by distributive shares and by industrial origin), and income payments to individuals by States. Gross national product is the market value of the output of goods and services produced by the Nation's economy, before deduction of depreciation charges and other allowances for business and institutional consumption of durable capital goods.
Page 250 - National income is the aggregate earnings of labor and property which arise from the current production of goods and services by the Nation's economy. Thus, it measures the total factor costs of the goods and services produced by the economy. Earnings are recorded in the forms in
Page 3 - Farm and nonfarm residence.—The rural population is subdivided into the ruralfarm population, which comprises all rural residents living on farms, and the ruralnonfarm population, which comprises the remaining rural population. The method of determining farm and nonfarm
Page 497 - North Central . ... Iowa . North Dakota South Dakota Nebraska . South Atlantic Delaware-. Maryland District of Columbia Virginia -. .. . North Carolina South Carolina Georgia Florida East South Central. Tennessee .. West South Central Arkansas _ Oklahoma Texas . . Mountain Idaho
Page 250 - Other business products used up by business in the accounting period are excluded. The Nation's economy in this context refers to the labor and property supplied by residents of the Nation. Gross national product comprises the purchases of goods and services by consumers and government, gross private domestic investment, and net foreign investment. Gross national product
Page 126 - Michigan Wisconsin West North Central Iowa North Dakota South Dakota Nebraska South Atlantic Maryland-. . District of Columbia... Virginia . West Virginia North Carolina South Carolina... Florida East South Central Kentucky-- Alabama West South Central Louisiana-- Oklahoma
Page 394 - Deposits of banks. Other deposits (certified and cashiers' checks, etc.) Bills payable, rediscounts, and other liabilities for borrowed money . Acceptances executed by or for account of reporting banks and outstanding _ Interest, discount, rent, and other income collected but not earned Interest, taxes, and other expenses accrued and unpaid Other liabilities
Page 3 - family," as used here, refers to a group of two or more persons related by blood, marriage, or adoption and residing together, and
Page 366 - Kentucky Maine Massachusetts Michigan Mississippi .. Nebraska . New Hampshire.. New Mexico New York North Carolina... North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Texas
Page 9 - or that point upon which the U. 8. would balance, if it were a rigid plane without weight and the population distributed thereon with each individual being assumed to have equal weight and to eiert an influence on a central

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