'Included with other fuel.
Power Employed.—The power used in the establishments in 1921 was furnished by engines and motors classified as follows: 157 steam engines with 2,943 total rated h.p.; 529 gasoline and oil engines with 2,413 h.p.; 54 water wheels and turbines with 596 h.p.; and 74 electric motors with 899 h.p.; The engines, motors, water wheels, turbines and unspecified totalled 826 units, the total rated horse power of these being 7,157. The boilers in use numbered 286, with a total of 10,577 rated h.p.; and electric generators, 10, with 470 h.p.
Miscellaneous Expenses.—Included under this heading are rent of offices, works and machinery; rent of power; insurance; taxes; royalties and use of patents; advertising and travelling expenses; ordinary repairs to buildings and machinery; and other sundry expenses. The miscellaneous expenses totalled $1,667,157 in 1921, compared with $2,326,073 in 1920.
Value of Materials Used.—The total value of the materials used in 1921 was $11,708,478, comprising $8,524,407, the value of the fish used in the preparation of fish products and of fish purchased for resale fresh; $292,526 of salt; $2,874,809 of containers; and $16,736 the value of sundry materials. The following table gives comparative statistics for the past three years.
11. Value of Materials Used in Fish Canning and Curing Establishments, 1919, 1920 and 1921