Mineral Resources of the United States, Part 1

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1921 - Mineral industries
 

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Page 728 - No. 185, which may be obtained on application to the Director of the United States Geological Survey, Washington, DC...
Page 302 - Composition or red brnss shall consist of red scrap brass, valves, machinery bearings, and other parts of machinery. Including miscellaneous castings made of copper, tin, zinc...
Page 308 - This shall consist of untinned copper not less than ' { fi inch thick and may include Trolley Wire, Heavy Field Wire, Heavy Armature Wire, that is not tangled, and also new untinned and clean copper clippings and punchings, and copper segments that are clean.
Page 658 - Ores containing less than 40 per cent manganese or more than 12 per cent silica or 0.225 per cent phosphorus are subject to acceptance or refusal at the buyer's option. Settlements are based on analysis of sample dried at 212 F., the percentage of moisture in the sample as taken being deducted from the weight.
Page 302 - Inc., appointed for this purpose, to determine the amount of such damages. (d) In the event that buyer should claim the goods, delivered on a contract are not up...
Page 122 - The lead and zinc mines of Wisconsin are in Grant, Iowa, and Lafayette counties and comprise the most important part of the ore deposits of the upper Mississippi Valley region, a historical review of which is given in the Illinois section of this report in Mineral Resources for 1914. A detailed description of the Wisconsin lead and zinc districts and of the mines in each district to the year 1906 is given by Bain.1...
Page 894 - Nickel, nickel oxide, alloy of any kind in which nickel is a component material of chief value, in pigs, ingots, bars, rods, or plates, six cents per pound; sheets or strips, thirty-five per centum ad valorem.
Page 556 - State and permission was not given to publish the value. These figures are taken directly from statements of the producers and probably represent the commercial selling prices only approximately, as all the reports are not consistent. Some of them evidently include...
Page 80 - The lead concentrates produced in southern Illinois are recovered in concentrating the fluorspar. To speak of the total crude ore raised as crude lead ore would be misleading. No attempt has been made, therefore, at calculating the quantity or the tenor of the crude ore. The value of the mine production of silver, lead, and zinc in Illinois in 1917 was $1,123,897, as compared with $1,063.948 in 1916.
Page 303 - Packages shall be good strong packages, suitable for shipment, and each package to be plainly marked with the gross and tare weights so that when packages reach their destination, their weights can be easily checked. When goods are not packed according to the above specifications and the shipper wants his rejections returned, the cost of labor shall be charged to the shipper.

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