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Population, Scotland, Vol. III, Occupations, 1901

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(Pages i-viii) Title page and contents
(20 pages)Contract subtree Report
(Page xi) Classification of occupations
(Page xi) Abstract tables
(Page xii) Ages dealt with
(Page xii) Plan
(Pages xii-xiii) Summary of occupations
(Page xiv) Numbers engaged in occupations, 1901
(Page xiv) Grouping into classes
(Page xv) Numbers occupied, 1891 and 1901 compared
(Page xv) Occupations in counties
(Page xvi) Occupations in burghal groups
(Page xvi) Occupations in extra-burghal groups
(Page xvi) Occupations in burghs with populations of 30, 000 and upwards
(Page xvi) Occupations in burghs with populations of 5, 000 and upwards
(Page xvii) Chief industries of Scotland
(Page xviii) Children engaged in occupations
(Page xviii) Domestic servants
(Page xviii) Working at home, employers, &c
(Page xix) Occupations of the blind
(Page xx) Occupations of the deaf and dumb
(Page xxi) Former occupations of lunatics
(Page xxii) Occupations of the imbecile or feeble-minded
(Page xxiii) Occupations of the inmates of licensed lodging houses
(Page xxiii) Occupations of persons in poorhouses
(Page xxiv) Occupations of prisoners in prisons and police cells
(Pages xxv-xxvii) Occupations of foreigners
(34 pages)Contract subtree Tables appended to the report
(Page xxx) Number of males and females in Scotland, aged 10 years and upwards, engaged in the several classes and orders of occupations in 1891 and 1901, with the percentage of males and females in each class and order to the total males and females, occupied and unoccupied, aged 10 years and upwards at each census
(Page xxxi) Number of persons, males and females, aged 10 years and upwards, in Scotland, and in its burghal and extra-burghal groups; and in burghs with populations of 30, 000 and upwards, engaged in the several classes and orders of occupations, 1901
(Page xxxii) Percentage of persons, males and females, aged 10 years and upwards, in Scotland and in its burghal and extra-burghal groups, and in burghs with populations of 30, 000 and upwards, engaged in the several classes and orders of occupations, compared with the total numbers engaged in each class and order, 1901
(Page xxxiii) Percentage of persons, males and females, aged 10 years and upwards, in Scotland and in its burghal and extra-burghal groups, and in burghs with populations of 30, 000 and upwards, engaged in the several classes and orders of occupations, compared with the total numbers occupied and unoccupied, aged 10 years and upwards, 1901
(Page xxxiv) Total number of males and females, aged 10 years and upwards, engaged in each class of occupations in Scotland and its counties in 1901
(Page xxxv) Proportion per cent. of males and females, aged 10 years and upwards, following each class of occupations in Scotland and its counties, as compared with the total males and females, aged 10 years and upwards, in Scotland and in each county in 1901
(Page xxxvi) Proportion per cent. of males and females, aged 10 years and upwards, following each class of occupations in the counties of Scotland, as compared with the total males and females following that class of occupations in all Scotland in 1901
(Page xxxvii) Total number of males and females, aged 10 years and upwards, engaged in each class of occupations in the burghal groups of Scotland and its counties in 1901
(Page xxxviii) Numbers of males and females, aged 10 years and upwards, engaged in each class of occupations in the extra-burghal groups of Scotland and its counties in 1901
(Page xxxix) Numbers of males and females, aged 10 years and upwards, engaged in each class of occupations in the burghs of Scotland with populations of 30, 000 and upwards, 1901
(Page xxxix) Proportion per cent. of males and females, aged 10 years and upwards, engaged in each class of occupations in the burghs of Scotland with populations of 30, 000 and upwards, compared with the total males and females engaged in that class of occupations in burghs collectively, 1901
(Page xl) Proportion per cent. of males and females, aged 10 years and upwards, engaged in each class of occupations in the burghs of Scotland with populations of 30, 000 and upwards, compared with the total males and females, aged 10 years and upwards, in each burgh, 1901
(Page xl) Number of males and females in the burghs of Scotland with populations of 30, 000 and upwards, engaged in occupations in class v. (industrial class, orders ix. to xxii. inclusive), returned as "working at home" also as "employers, " "working for employers, " "working on own account, " and "others, or for whom no statement was made, " 1901
(Pages xli-xlii) Occupations of the people in Scotland, 1901. Summary of the occupations of the people in Scotland, showing the total numbers and also the proportion per cent. of persons, males and females, aged 10 years and upwards, engaged in the several classes, orders and sub-orders of occupations
(Pages xliii-xliv) Occupations of the people in Scotland, 1901. Numbers of males and females, aged 10 years and upwards, respectively engaged, at three groups of ages, in the several classes, orders and sub-orders of occupations
(Pages xlv-xlvi) Occupations of the people in Scotland, 1901. Proportion per cent. in which males and females, aged 10 years and upwards, are respectively engaged, at three groups of ages, in the several classes, orders and sub-orders of occupations
(Page xlvii) Number of persons engaged in agriculture, fishing, mining, iron and steel manufacture, engineering and machine making, shipbuilding, and in the manufacture of textile fabrics (cotton and flax, hemp, jute, etc.) in Scotland, its divisions and counties, 1901
(Page xlviii) Proportion per cent. in each county and division of Scotland of persons engaged, in agriculture, fishing, mining, iron and steel manufacture, engineering and machine making, shipbuilding, and in the manufacture of textile fabrics (cotton and flax, wool, hemp, jute, etc.), compared with the total persons in Scotland engaged in these occupations, 1901
(Page xlix) Number of males and females aged 10 years and upwards in Scotland engaged in agriculture (order vii.) and in its sub-divisions; also in fishing (order viii.) and in fishcuring, with the number and percentage of each at nine groups of ages, 1901
(Page l) Numbers of males aged 10 years and upwards in Scotland engaged in mining, iron and steel manufacture, engineering and machine making, and in shipbuilding; also the number of males and females aged 10 years and upwards in Scotland engaged in the manufacture of certain textile fabrics, viz: Cotton and flax, wool and worsted, hemp, etc., with the number and percentage at each of nine groups of ages, 1901
(Page l) Number of domestic indoor servants (both sexes) in the burghs of Scotland with populations of 30, 000 and upwards, and percentage to the total population in each burgh, 1901
(Page li) Numbers of domestic indoor servants (both sexes) in Scotland, its counties, burghal and extra-burghal groups; and percentage to the total population in Scotland and in each county, burghal and extra-burghal group, 1901
(Page lii) Numbers of children (males and females) in Scotland, aged 10 and under 14 years, engaged at each year in the several classes and orders of occupations, 1901
(Page liii) Proportion per cent. of children (males and females) in Scotland, aged 10 and under 14 years, engaged at each year in the various orders of occupations, compared with the total numbers of children engaged at these years in all occupations, 1901
(Page liv) Proportion per cent. of children (males and females) in Scotland, aged 10 and under 14 years, engaged at each year in the various orders of occupations, compared with the total number of children, aged 10-14, engaged in each order, 1901
(Page lv) Number of males and females in Scotland and its divisions and counties engaged in occupations in class v. (industrial class, orders ix. to xxii. inclusive), returned as "working at home"; also as "employers, " "working for employers, " "working on own account, " and "others, or for whom no statement was made, " 1901
(Page lvi) Number of males and females in the burghal groups of Scotland and its divisions and counties engaged in occupations in class v. (industrial class, orders ix. to xxii. inclusive), returned as "working at home; " also as "employers, " "working for employers, " "working on own account, " and "others, or for whom no statement was made, " 1901
(Page lvii) Number of males and females in the extra-burghal groups of Scotland and its divisions and counties engaged in occupations in class v. (industrial class, orders ix. to xxii. inclusive), returned as "working at home"; also as "employers, " "working for employers, " "working on own account, " and "others, or for whom no statement was made, " 1901
(Page lviii) Numbers of children (males and females) in Scotland, aged 10 and under 14 years, engaged at each year in certain selected and grouped occupations, 1901
(Page lviii) Proportion per cent. of children (males and females) in Scotland, aged 10 and under 14 years, engaged at each year in certain selected and grouped occupations, compared with the total numbers of children engaged at these years in all occupations, 1901
(Page lix) Proportion per cent. of children (males and females) in Scotland, aged 10 and under 14 years, engaged at each year in certain selected and grouped occupations, compared with the total numbers of children, aged 10-14, engaged in such occupations, 1901
(Page lix) Occupations of inmates (males and females) of lodging houses, with the number and percentage engaged in each class and order of occupations, 1901
(Page lx) Occupations and former occupations of the blind, deaf and dumb (including dumb), lunatic, and imbecile or feeble-minded, with the number and percentage of males and females engaged in each class and order of occupations, 1901
(Page lxi) Occupations and former occupations of inmates (males and females) of poorhouses and prisons and police cells, with the number and percentage engaged in each class and order of occupations, 1901
(Page lxii) Occupations of foreigners: Selected and grouped occupations (in order of numerical importance) of persons of foreign nationality, aged 10 years and upwards, and proportion of each nationality therein engaged, 1901
(794 pages)Contract subtree Abstracts
(Pages 3-307)Expand subtree Occupations of the people in Scotland and in its counties in 1901, showing the occupations of the males and females aged 10 years and upwards at nine groups of ages, and distinguishing for those engaged in certain industries the number returned as "working at home"; also as ''employers", "working for employers", "working on own account", and "others"
(Pages 309-467)Expand subtree Occupations of the people in the burghs of Scotland with populations of 30000 and upwards in 1901, showing the occupations of the males and females aged 10 years and upwards at nine groups of ages, and distinguishing for those engaged in certain industries the number returned as "working at home"; also as "employers", "working for employers", "working on own account", and "others"
(Pages 469-668)Expand subtree Occupations of the people in the burghal groups (aggregate burghs) of Scotland and its counties in 1901, showing the occupations of males and females aged 10 years and upwards at seven groups of ages
(Pages 669-675) Grouped occupations (twenty-three orders) of the people in the extra-burghal groups (beyond limits of the burghs) of Scotland in 1901
(Pages 677-687) Grouped occupations (twenty-three orders) of the people in the burghs of Scotland with populations of 5000 and upwards in 1901
(Pages 689-700) Occupations of the people in Scotland 1901, arranged in alphabetical order and also in the order of numerical importance, giving the total number of persons, and of males and females engaged in each occupation; also a reference to the place of each occupation in the classified arrangement of orders and sub-orders
(Pages 701-708) Occupations of children aged 10 and under 14 years in Scotland, 1901
(Pages 709-714) Numbers of males and females in Scotland engaged in occupations of industrial class (orders ix. to xxii inclusive) returned as "working at home"; also as "employers, " "working for employers, " "working on own account, " and "others, or for whom no statement was made, " 1901
(Pages 715-739) Occupations and former occupations of blind, deaf and dumb (including dumb), lunatic, and imbecile or feeble-minded persons in Scotland, 1901
(Pages 741-752) Occupations and former occupations of pauper inmates of poorhouses and of inmates (prisoners) of prisons and police cells in Scotland, 1901
(Pages 753-759) Occupations of the inmates of licensed lodging houses in Scotland, 1901
(Pages 761-793) Occupations of foreigners present in Scotland, 1901
(Page 795) Index to volume iii
(1 errata) Errata in volumes i. and ii