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Fixed capital stock in industry as at 1 January 1928, was estimated by applying a standard depreciation allowance (as a percentage) to the estimated value of fixed capital 'at restoration cost' shown in the census of industrial capital of 1 October 1925. Agricultural capital at the same date was estimated on the basis of various sample surveys and censuses described in the text. Similar procedures were used for the other sectors of origin. Then annual data were assembled on capital investment, capital entering into capital stock, and on changes in the amount of incomplete construction in progress at the The structure and content of the Materialy end of the year.
6) As wages in productive sphere (col. 4 From wages in non-productive sphere (col. 10) From insurance (col. 12) From pensions etc. (col. 13) Estimated value of free social and cultural services (col. 4 THE BALANCE OF REPRODUCTION AS A WHOLE We have thus seen that the balance of production, consumption and accumulation (table III. 4 together with data on capital stock) has been used to derive national income by sector of origin, and hence national income by end-use; and that separate estimates of national income in terms of the incomes of the population have been tied in with these national income estimates.
Consumption of agricultural production and of industrial consumer goods was evaluated by using the data of family budget surveys. Evaluating production and consumption was more difficult for agriculture than for industry: most industrial production was sold at fixed prices, all agricultural production was either sold at a variety of prices, or not sold at all. 4 was to use the procurement prices paid by official agencies both for that part of production which was sold to official agencies and for all 'on-farm' production; this included not only production consumed within agriculture but also production consumed by the individual or collective-farm household.