Congressional Serial Set

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1911 - United States
Reports, Documents, and Journals of the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives.

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Page 243 - In the reports of the Bureau of Statistics of the Department of Commerce and Labor, from which these figures are obtained, the quantities are expressed in long tons of 2,240 pounds.
Page 855 - Newfoundland into this country during the year 1907; whilst, according to the statistics published by the Bureau of Statistics of the Department of Commerce...
Page 710 - Survey bulletin, is as a pigment under the name "asbestine," and the investigations of the scientific section of the Paint Manufacturers' Association of the United States shows that asbestine is a most valuable pigment.
Page 137 - County. Loaded at mines for shipment. Sold to local trade and used by employees. Used at mines for steam and heat Total quantity.
Page 256 - The Connellsville district is the wellknown region of western Pennsylvania in Westmoreland and Fayette counties, extending from just south of Latrobe to Fairchance. The...
Page 266 - It has been customary in the preceding reports of this series to consider the coke production by the districts into which the State has been divided. These districts are known, respectively, as the Upper Monongahela, the Upper Potomac, the Kanawha, the New River, and the Flat Top. The first two are in the northern part of the State, and are named from the fact that they are drained by the headwaters of the Monongahela and Potomac rivers.
Page 245 - Coke produced (short tons) Total value of coke at ovens Value of coke at ovens, per ton Yield of coal in coke (per cent...
Page 569 - The value given to this manufactured product is the price received by the producer, free on board at point of shipment, and includes therefore the cost of labor necessary to dress the stone. The stone reported as sold rough includes stone sold as rough stock to monumental works, and to cut-stone contractors for building purposes; stone sold as riprap, rubble, and flux...
Page 814 - The council will shortly begin, in co-operation with the Office of Public Roads of the Department of Agriculture, and the state highway departments of the several states, the preparation of a program of road and street construction, reconstruction and maintenance throughout the United States for the working season of 1919. The purpose of the program is to obtain an approximation of the character and amount of street and...
Page 151 - The Tenth United States Census (1880) contains the first published record of the production of coal in Oklahoma (Indian Territory), although as a small quantity of coal was mined in Arkansas as early as 1840, it is probable that some was produced in the former Territory earlier than 1880.

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