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94   FISHERIES STATISTICS•

II. Agencies of Production, 1921—Part 2. In Fish Canning and Curing
(a) General Summary of Statistics—concluded

 

Province and County or District

Establish-

ments

Capital

Total of Employees and of

Salaries and Wages

Proprietors

who regularly

perform

manual labour

in establish-

ments

 

Quebec—concluded.

no.

$

no.

$

no.

1

Magdalen Islands.

Lobster canneries    

26

 

 

 

 

2

Other fish canneries    

1

130,560

696

53,168

-

3

Fish curing establishments    

3

61,400

33

3,420

-

4

Saguenay County

Lobster canneries    

29

4,830

-

-

45

5

Salmon canneries    

2

 

 

 

 

6

Fish curing establishments    

2

25,850

78

8,810

2

7

Mantoba    

3

143,342

7

3,424

-

8

}—Totals

Alberta   J

Other fish canneries    

 

 

 

 

 

9

Fish curing establishments    

2

145,342

7

3,424

-

10

British Columbia—Totals    

103

13,607,000

5,051

1,639,427

30

11

Salmon canneries    

56

 

 

 

 

12

Clam canneries    

1

}   10,636,217

4,323

1,159,298

3

13

Fish oil factories    

4

138,940

32

11,316

-

14

Fish curing establishments    

42

2,831,843

696

468,813

27

15

District No. I

Salmon canneries    

13

2,060,667

887

175,127

3

16

F sh oil factories    

1

 

 

 

 

17

Fish curing establishments    

24

531,222

182

141,152

21

18

District No. II

Salmon canneries   

33

 

 

 

 

19

Fish curing establishments    

2

8,849,041

3,195

1,037,336

-

20

District No. III

Salmon canneries    

10

 

 

 

 

21

Clam canneries    

1

1,634,453

454

186,964

-

22

Fish oil factories    

3

78,190

22

7,816

-

23

Fish curing establishments    

16

453,427

311

91,032

6

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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