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ii   FISHERIES STATISTICS

CONTENTS

Note on the Canadian Fisheries    iv

Introduction and Summary

Quantity and Value of Chief Commercial Fishes, 1917-1921    v

Review of the Fisheries of 1921    vi-viii

Summary of Production, 1921    _   ..   viii-xiii
Agencies of Production, 1919-1921

In Primary Operations

Capital   xiii

Employees    xiii, xiv , xiv

In Fish Canning and Curing   xiii, xiv

Employees    xiii, xiv

Employees and Salaries and Wages   xv

Number of Wage-earners by Months    xv

Classification of Wage-earners According to Daily Wages    xv

Fuel Used    xvi

Power Employed    xvi

Miscellaneous Expenses    xvi

Value of Materials Used    xvi

Value of Product    xvi, xvii
Classification of Establishments According to Value of Product, Number of Employees, Time in

Operation and Character of Organization    

   xvii

Review by Provinces

Total Value of Fisheries, 1917-1921    xviii

Quantity and Value of Chief Commercial Fishes, 1917-1921    xviii-xxi

Quantity and Value of All Fish Caught and Marketed, 1921    ii
   emu-xavru

Total Values for Counties and Districts of All Sea Fish Caught and Landed and Marketed, 1921    xxix

Quantity of Sea Fish taken Offshore, 1921    xxx-axxiii

Capital Equipment, 1921    xxxiv,xxxx

Fishing Bounties, 1921    xxxvi

Imports and Exports, 1921    xxxvi

Historical Review    xxxvi-xxxviii

General Tables

I. Fish Caught and Marketed, 1921       2-63
Prince Edward Island, 2; Nova Scotia, 4; New Brunswick, 32; Quebec, 43; Ontario, 52; Manitoba, 52; Saskatchewan, 54; Alberta, 56; Yukon, 56; British Columbia, 58.

II. Agencies of Production, 1921—Capital Equipment, Employees, etc    66-89

Part 1 In Primary Operations    

Prince Edward Island, 66; Nova Scotia, 68; New Brunswick, 76; Quebec, 80; Ontario, 84; Man-

itoba, 86; Saskatchewan, 86; Alberta, 86; Yukon, 86; British Columbia, 88.

Part 2 In Fish Canning and Curing Establishments    90-116

  1. General Summary of Statistics    90

  2. Capital Invested    96

  3. Employees and Salaries and Wages    98

  4. Number of Wage-earners by Months    104

  5. Time in Operation and Hours Worked    106

  6. Classification of Wage-earners According to Daily Wages    106

  7. Quantity and Value of Fuel Used    110

  8. Power Equipment    112

  9. Classification of Establishments According to Value of Product    114

  10. Classification of Establishments According to Number of Employees    115

  11. Classification of Establishments According to Character of Organization    116

III. (1) The Salmon Pack of British Columbia, 1911-1921    118

  1. Fishing Bounties, 1921    119

  2. Imports and Exports of Fish and Fish Products, 1921    120

  3. Fish Landed in United States Atlantic Ports by Canadian Vessels, 1919-1921    128


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