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CHECKLIST 

OF 

UNITED STATES PUBLIC 
DOCUMENTS 

1789-1909 

CONGRESSIONAL: TO CLOSE OF SIXTIETH CONGRESS 
DEPARTMENTAL: TO END OF CALENDAR YEAR 1909 

THIRD EDITION 
REVISED AND ENLARGED 

VOLUME 1 

LISTS OF CONGRESSIONAL AND 
DEPARTMENTAL PUBLICATIONS 



COMPILED UNDER DIRECTION OF THE 

SUPERINTENDENT OF DOCUMENTS 




WASHINGTON 
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PREFACE TO THIRD EDITION 

Information concerning tlie 1st and 2d editions of this Checklist is 
given in the introduction on page^ee; 

The period covered by the present 3d edition is, for Congressional 
documents, from the 1st Congress to the end of the 60th Congress, 
and for departmental publications, from the organization of the 
United States Government to tlie end of the calendar year 1909. A 
few pubUcations which were not issued until 1910 or 1911 have been 
included, but these are all annual reports or serial pubhcations cover- 
ing the year 1909, entries for wliicli were required in order to com- 
plete the record of Government pubhcations from 1789 to 1909, 
inclusive. Attention is also called to the fact that information is 
given in footnotes concerning the classification and titles of all new 
series begun between Dec. 31, 1909, and the date of going to press; 
also concerning recent changes which affect series entered in the 
body of the Checklist. 

The compilation of this work has been in charge of Miss Mary A. 
Hartwell. 

An index will be issued as volume 2 of the Checklist. 

Advance sheets of this 3d edition of the Checkhst should be dis- 
carded, as they are now entirely superseded. 

August Donath, 
Superintendent of Documents. 
Government Printing Office, 

Washington, D. C, March S, 1911. 

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ABBREVIATIONS 



Appendix app. 

Congress Cong. 

Cutter table CT 

Department Dept. 

Document doc. 

Executive ex. 

Folio fo 

House H. 

House concurrent resolution H.C.R. 

House document H. doc. 

House executive document H. ex. doc. 

House joint resolution H. J. R. 

House miscellaneous document H. misc. doc. 

House report H. rp. 

House resolution (simple) H. R. 

Inch, inches in. 

Latitude lat. 

Leaf, leaves 1. 

Longitude long. 

Mile, miles m. 

Miscellaneous misc. 

Nautical naut. 

No date n. d. 

No place n. p. 

No title-page n. t. p. 

Number, numbers no., nos. 

Octavo 8° 



Page, pages p. 

Part, parts pt., pte. 

Public Documents library. . . .". P. D. L. 

Quarto 4» 

Report rp. 

Revised statutes R. S. 

Section, sections sec. 

Senate S. 

Senate concuirent resolution S. C. R. 

Senate document S. doc. 

Senate executive document S . ex. doc. 

Senate joint resolution S. J. R. 

Senate miscellaneous docmnent S. misc. doc. 

Senate report S 

Senate resolution (simple) 

Serial number assigned to bound volumes of 

Congressional documents serial no. 

Session sess. 

Sixteenmo 16o 

Special spec, sp. 



.?: 



Statutes at large Stat. 

Thirtytwo-mo 32o 

Treasury Treas. 

Twelvemo 12o 

Twentyfour-mo 24° 

Versus vs., v. 

Volume, volupies v. 

Also the common abbreviations for the names of the States and of the months. 

H. or S. followed by a number stands for House bill or Senate bill, respectively. 



EXPLANATIONS 



When place and printer are not given, "Washington, Government Printing OflBlce," 
is to be understood. 

When size is not given, octavo is to be understood. Size of maps is measured from 
outer edge of border, excluding margin. 

Serial and Congressional document numbers are added to entries for the corre- 
sponding bureau edition thus "[2309-269]." 

Asterisk (*) indicates that the publication is not in the Public Documents Library, 

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TABLE OF CONTENTS 



1 'flgi'S 

Preface to 3d edition m 

Abbreviations i 

Explanations i 

IntToduction vii-xxi 

Definition of " public document " vn 

Catalogues and indexes issued by the Documents Office vii-viii 

Early general indexes to Congressional documents and reports viii-ix 

Indexes to McKee's compilation of committee reports ix- v 

Poore's catalogue x 

Ames's Comprehensive indexes x 

Hickcox's monthly catalogue x-xi 

1st edition of the Checklist xi 

2d edition of the Checklist xi 

Tables and index xn 

3d edition of the Checklist xii-xx i 

Departmental publications xiii-xv 

Department symbol, first term in classification number xiii-xiv 

Bureau, office, or division symbol, second term in classification 

number xiv 

Series symbol, third term in classification number xiv 

Book number, fourth term in classification number xv 

Examples of complete classification numbers xv 

Maps, Charts, and Specifications xv 

Congre^ional notation following entries for bureau editions xv 

Annual teports curtailed by Executive order xvi 

Advance sheets of 3d edition of the Checklist xvi 

Early Congress papers xvi 

Congressional series xvi-xxr 

Serial numbers xvii 

Table showing :\5rh€tre in previous publications serial numbers may 

be fbund xvjr 

Changes in certain serial numbers xviii 

Serial numbers not possible for first 14 Congresses xviii-xix 

Repeating the " document number " Xir 

Arrangement of the documents xix-xx 

Numbering of series xx 

Sessional indexes to the Congressional set x:. 

Title-pages and " back titles " xxi 

Annual reports and serial publications for depository libraries xx i 

Congressional tables 1-169 

Appendixes 171-188 

1. Table showing number of documents and reports 1 73-174 

2. List of title-pages and imprints of documents and reports 175-184 

3. Reference table showing duration of sessions of Congress, etc 185-188 

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VI 

, Pages 

Departmental publications 189-1679 

Agriculture Department ! . 191-299 

American Republics Bureau 299-312 

Commerce and Labor Department 312-375 

Civil Service Commission 376-387 

District of Columbia 387^06 

Fish Commission 406-409 

Freedman's Savings and Trust Company. 409-410 

Geographic Board 410-411 

■ Government Printing Office 412-425 

General Supply Committee 425 

Interior Department 426-557 

Interstate Commerce Commission 558-587 

Justice Department 587-602 

Judiciary 602-616 

Labor Department 616-618 

Library of Congress 619-647 

Navy Department 647-832 

National Academy of Sciences 832-834 

National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers 835-839 

Post-Office Department 839-874 

President of United States 874-891 

Postal Savings System 891 

State Department 891-978 

Smithsonian Institution 979_998 

Treasury Department 998-1201 

, War Department 1201-1462 

Proceedings of Congress 1463-1475 

Miscellaneous publications of Congress 1475-1667 

Papers of Revolutionary period and first 14 Congresses 1667-1679 

List of the departments, bureaus, divisions, offices, commissions, commit- 
tees, etc,, of the United States Government represented by 
classes in this Checklist 1681-1707 



INTRODUCTION 

The 3d edition of the Checklist of United States public documents, herewith pre- 
sented, records the first systematic effort to include within the limits of one publication 
an approximately complete checklist of all public documents issued by the United 
States Government during the first century and a quarter of its history. It claims to 
be only a checklist, not a catalogue; but it aims to be as complete and accurate a 
checklist as human energy and enthusiasm could evolve for publication within the 
narrow confines of a single reference work, which must be in a form both usable and 
concise. To meet such conditions has been a task the difficulties of which can be 
appreciated to their fullest extent by very few aside from the compilers themselves. 

DEFINITION OF "PUBLIC DOCUMENT" 

At the very outset it seems desirable to trace the legislative definitions of the term 
"public document" and then to define its use in this Checklist, since in collecting a 
library or making catalogues or lists of public documents, the ever recurring question 
is, "Which are and which are not public documents?" 

Since 1861, the date of the establishment of the Government Printing Office, the 
decision is an easy one, for, with but few exce >tions, as when the publishing office has 
prevailed upon the Public Printer to omit tue official imprint, or in cases of works 
published but not printed by the Government, all the issues are imprinted "Washing- 
ton, Government Printing Office." For the period prior to 1861, it is more difficult to 
determine just what publications should be included in the library and lists. 

The term "public document" was first legally defined in sec. 13 of chapter 63, Laws 
of 29th Congress, 2d session, approved Mar. 3, 1847, as follows: "Such publications or 
books as have been or may be published, procured, or purchased by order of either 
House of Congress, or a joint resolution of the two Houses, shall be considered as public 
documents." 

By act approved June 23, 1874, Laws of 43d Congress, 1st session, sec. 13 of chapter 
456, this definition is abridged to the following: "The term 'public document' is 
hereby defined to be all publications printed by order of Congress or either House 
thereof." This definition was made in relation to postage and is certainly most 
inadequate. 

The practice of the Office of the Superintendent of Documents, officially adopted, 
as authorized by law, in compiling its catalogues of the public documents of the 
United States, and further legalized by many years of unqualified acceptance by all 
branches of the Federal Government, has been thus formulated: "Any publication 
printed at Government expense or published by authority of Congress or any 
Government publishing office, or of which an edition has been bought by Congress or 
any Government office for division among Members of Congress or distribution to 
Government officials or the public, shall be considered a public document." Thus 
it will be seen that a very liberal view has been taken, and although it has been 
ruled to debar any and all publications which, however closely allied to the opera- 
tions of the Government, were not found to have been printed or purchased by it, 
some exceptions have been made where, there was doubt as to the publisher. 

CATALOGUES AND INDEXES ISSUED BY THE DOCUMENTS OFFICE 

Since the establishment of the Office of the Superintendent of Documents there 
has been a steadily increasing interest in all matters which pertain to the public 
document question. The office was established under the printing act of Jan. 12, 1895, 
sec. 62 of which provided for the publication of the Document catalogue. This is a 

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complete catalogue in dictionary form, containing entries for all publications of the 
Government, both Congressional and departmental, and covering a period of two years. 
Document catalogues have been issued by Congresses, beginning with the 53d, one 
book for \each Congress, with the exception of the 54th, which was issued in two books, 
one for eaph session. 

The Docjument index was provided for by the same section of the above-mentioned 
act. It is an index to Congressional documents only, and in a single volume supplants 
six indexe^; for prior to the 54th Congress the six series of the Congressional set — 
Senate executive documents, Senate miscellaneous documents. Senate reports, House 
executive documents, House miscellaneous documents, and House reports — were each 
8f?parately indexed and the index for each of these series was repeated in all volumes 
of that series. The Document indexes began with the 54th Congress, 1st session, and 
are issued after the close of each regular session. This makes 2 indexes for each Con- 
gress. In the case of the 55th Congress, however, 3 were issued, the index to the 
documents and reports of the special session (the 1st) being separately issued, whereas 
for other special sessions called since that time the indexes thereto have been incor- 
porated in the index for the regular session. 

Section 69 of the same act made provision for the Monthly catalogue, which has been 
issued for each month from Jan. 1895, 12 numbers for each year. The Monthly cata- 
logue, like the Document catalogue, includes both Congressional and departmental 
publications, with the exception of the period from July, 1907, to June, 1908, cover- 
ing the 1st session of the 60th Congress, during which time all Congressional publica- 
tions and such departmental publications as were not obtainable were omitted from 
the Monthly. 

The Document catalogue is the permanent record. It replaces the Monthly cata- 
logues for the period covered, the Monthlies being ephemeral in character. The 
Document catalogue also covers the same ground, though in a different way, as do 
the 2 Document indexes for the same Congress. 

Beginning with Mar. 4, 1893, therefore, our Document catalogues. Document indexes, 
•jiid Monthly catalogues have been the keys which unlocked the treasures to be found 
ill pu]:)lic documents issued during recent years; but what keys were there to unlock 
Uii- treasures of more than a century, that is, from 1789 to 1893? There were Poore's 
Descriptive catalogue, Ames's Comprehensive index, and a few other working tools, 
all of which dealt mostly with Congressional documents and said comparatively little 
about the multitudinous publications of the Executive Departments and independent 
Government establishments which from their very beginnings have poured forth a 
steady stream of books and pamphlets. Unfortunately, only comparatively few Gov- 
ernment publishing offices have attempted to preserve for posterity a complete file 
of their own publications. It is therefore no wonder that general lists or indexes 
have been so few and so unsatisfactory. The most important bibliographical aids for 
general research work among public documents are briefly mentioned in the following 
pages. 

EARLY GENERAL INDEXES TO COiYGRESS'/ONAL DOCUMENTS AND 

REPORTS 

/'or the very early period there is an interesting old volume conaposed of 4 sepa- 
^u; 'y printed indexes, each with its own title-page, the whole prec'eded by a leaf 
containing the half-title "Index to documents and reports. House of R^,^presentatives, 
1789-1839, ' ' and a table of contents. Each of the 4 indexes had appeared*', in the sheep- 
bound set ''^ ' Congressional documents, either as a part or as the whole of se^nal num- 
bers 104, 85 , 2092, and 350. The first of these indexes covers from the 1st to the 
14th Congres-i, 1789-1817, for Executive documents, and from the 1st to the 15th Con- 
gress 1789-1819, for reports of committees. The second covers from the 15th to the 
17th • '(W'ln^ss, 1817-23, and indexes both Executive documents and reports. The 



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third is from the 18th to the 2l8t Congress, 1823-31. The fourth is from the 22d to 
tho 25th Congress, 1831-39. These indexes have colorod margins, the first being yel- 
low, blue, and white; tho second, red; the third, green; and the fourth, white. 
These colors give to the volume a unique and fantastic appearance. One wishes it 
had been more usable. It is stated plainly on the half-title-page that "tho indiro?? 
in this volume were made at different periods, and upon different plans. " 

Soon after the publication of the last of these 4 indexes the set was harshly criti- 
cized, and apparently with justice, by Thomas F. Gordon, the lawyer and historian, 
who characterized the indexes as "grievously deficient in indicating the nature and 
contents of the documents" to which they referred. He mentions also their "great 
complexity. " Between the lines one reads Gordon's argument for his own pet scheme, 
which wa:s to prepare and publish three sets- of indexes — "one to the executive docu- 
ments and reports of committees of both Houses; one to tho Journals of the House; 
and another to tho Journals of the Senate." This proposition, which had been agi- 
tated from the latter part of tho 25th Congress, received the approval of the Joint 
Committee on the Library; but there is no evidence of further action on the subject 
and Gordon's plan never had a trial. For expositions of his plan, the searcher is 
referred to the following documents: 27th Congress, 3d session, House document 41, 
serial no. 420; 28th Congress, 2d session. House document 46, serial no. 464; 29th 
Congress, Ist session. Senate document 184, serial no. 473. The last-mentioned docu- 
ment is merely a repetition of the document of the previous session, but it contains 
in addition the report of approval by the Joint Committee on the Library. Although 
Gordon's plans were never adopted, many of his suggestions were incorporated in 
later indexes. 

The next general indexes to Congressional documents and reports actually published 
were two volumes prepared under the direction of Edward McPherson, clerk of the 
House of Representatives. One was printed in 1870 and was entitled "Consolidated 
index of executive documents of the House of Representatives, 26th-40th Con- 
gress." The other, printed in 1869, covered the same period for reports of committees, 
and had a similar title-page. These appeared as unnumbered documents included 
in the Congressional set as serial numbers 1386 and 1387. It will be noted that these 
indexes began where the multicolored indexes above described left off. 

On June 12, 1874, Dr. Ainsworth Rand Spofford, then Librarian of Congress, pre- 
sented to the Senate a "Memorandum concerning a complete index to the documents 
and debates of Congreoa." This was printed as 43d Congress, 1st session. Senate mis- 
cellaneous document 125, serial no. 1584. Dr. Spofford's plans were very compre- 
hensive. He contemplated a "topical index," which should index in one alphabet 
not only the Congressional documents, 1789-1873, but also the Proceedings of Con- 
gress — the Annals of Congress, the Register of debates, and the Congressional globe — 
(X.); American state papers (zero numbers); Wait's state papers (Z3.2:); Statutes at 
large (S7.9:); Journals of Continental Congress (Z2.5:-Z2.7:); Force's American archives 
(Zl.l:); Sparks's Diplomatic correspondence of American Revolution (Z2.2:); Madi- 
son's Report of debates in Federal Convention, known as Madison papers (Z2.1: 
El 5 2-«, El 5 3-5, El 5*-'^); and Elliot's Debates in State constitutional conventions 
(Z2.1:); aggregating about 1600 volumes in all. No such index as Dr. Spofford planned 
ever materialized. His efforts, like Gordon's in earlier times, were quite fruitless. 

INDEXES TO McKEE'S COMPILATION OF COMMITTEE REPORTS 

Thomas Hudson McKee's compilation is familiar to many people who have had 
occasion to consult Congressional committee reports from the 14th to the 49th Congress, 
1815-87. The compilation was provided for by Congress, as noted in the body of this 
Checklist under the classification number Y4.Ac2:M19, where will be found further 
historical and bibliographical information concerning this useful collection of 515 
volumes. The set was furnished with 94 indexes, 36 to Senate reports and 58 to House 
reports, making a distinct index for each standing committee and a combined index 



in each House for the select and special committees for which individual volumes 
had not been issued. Each index was bound with the volume or volumes which it 
indexed. 

POORE'S CATALOGUE 

Ben: Perley Poore's "Descriptive catalogue of Government publications of United 
States, Sept. 5, 1774-Mar. 4, 1881," published in 1885, has proved a boon to all users 
of public documents. The Senate, on Mar. 24, 1881, passed a resolution calling on the 
heads of each of the Executive Departments ''to report to the Senate * ■5«- * com- 
plete lists of any and all books, reports, documents, and pamphlets issued, printed, or 
published by their respective departments, and by each and every bureau and officer 
thereof, from Mar. 4, 1789, to Mar. 4, 1881." In reply to this resolution, lists were 
submitted by the Interior, Justice, Navy, and War Departments. These lists were 
all sadly deficient and the titles often so abbreviated as to conceal the identity of the 
book. 

The Treasury Department replied to the effect that "The records of this Department 
fail to give the information called for, as it is within a short time only that steps have 
been taken to preserve in consecutiv . order the various reports, documents, pamphlets, 
circulars, &c., issued therefrom." The Post-OfRce and State Departments, so far as 
known, made no reply at all. 

These lists formed the basis for Poore's catalogue, the publication of which was 
provided for by act of July 27, 1882. The book is arranged chronologically, and has a 
very full index, without which the "Descriptive catalogue" would be useless. It 
was a huge undertaking and for the period covered it has been of immense service, 
in spite of the fact that it is unwieldy, incomplete, difficult to consult, and sometimes 
inaccurate. A very large proportion of its entries are for Congressional documents 
only. It is deplorably weak in departmental publications, so much so that the title 
of the work is a misnomer. 

AMES'S COMPREHENSIVE INDEXES 

In 1894, under a concurrent resolution of Mar. 3, 1893, there was printed a volume 
which had been prepared by Dr. John G. Ames, then in charge of the Document 
Division of the Interior Department. This volume was entitled "Comprehensive 
index of publications of United States Government, 1889-93." It covered a period of 
4 years, but there was left a gap of 8 years, not covered by any general index. In order 
to fill in this gap between Poore's catalogue and the Document catalogues issued by 
the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, which began with Mar. 
4, 1893, Congress by joint resolution approved Mar. 3, 1897, authorized Dr. Ames to 
prei)are another edition of his Comprehensive index, to include all that the first edition 
included and to begin with 1881, where Poore's catalogue left off. This new edition 
of Ames's index, which was issued in 1905, comprised 2 volumes of about 1600 pages 
in all, with title, "Comprehensive index to publications of United States Government, 
1881-93." 

Experience has taught that this 2-volumed edition of the "Comprehensive index" 
is not so "comprehensive" as it ought by rights to be. It does not by any means 
include all the public documents which were issued during the twelve years from 
1881 to 1893, the period of the 47th to the 52d Congresses, inclusive. Like its prede- 
cessor, Poore's catalogue, it lacks entries for a very large number of departmental 
publications. 

HICKCOX'S MONTHLY CATALOGUE 

It is fitting that mention be made here of another catalogue, in 10 volumes, which 
though a private venture and not published under the auspices of the Government, 
was nevertheless the precursor of the Monthly catalogue of the Office of the Superin- 
tendent of Documents and was discontinued when that publication began. 



The set referred to bears the title "United States Government publications, a 
monthly catalogue," and its editor was John H. Hickcox of Washington, D. C. Vol- 
ume 1 was issued for 1885 and yearly volumes followed up to and including v. 10, 
for 1894. It was ivssued irregularly in monthly numbers. The first few volumes 
were published by the editor himself, and although he afterwards sold all rights 
to W. H. Lowdermilk & Co., Washington, D. C, Mr. Hickcox continued to edit the 
catalogue. - 

The publisher's announcement stated that "the importance of this catalogue as a 
systematic and accurate record of the vast, varied, and important number of books 
and documents issued annually by Congress and the Departments must be apparent 
to every person who has occasion to consult such publications." It purports to 
contain "a catalogue of all the latest publications of the United States Government," 
The facts are, however, that many publications issued during the decade from 1885 
to 1894 escaped the notice of Mr. Hickcox; still, it frequently happens that Hick- 
cox's catalogue contains entries for publications not listed elsewhere. This catalogue 
may be relied on for general excellence. 

1st edition of the checklist 

In 1892 the Interior Department published a valuable work prepared by John G. 
Ames, under the title "List of Congressional documents, 15th-51st Congress, and of 
Government publications containing debates and proceedings of Congress, lst-51st 
Congress, with miscellaneous lists of public documents, historical and bibliographical 
notes." Eighty-three of its 120 pages contain a list of Congressional documents, 
arranged by Congress, session, series, and volume, while the remaining pages list 
the proceedings of Congress and the more important annual reports and a few mis- 
cellaneous departmental publications. 

Dr. Ames performed a lasting service by giving to the public this first edition of 
the Checklist. The supply was soon exhausted and the continued demand from 
librarians made a new edition a necessity. 

2d EDITION OF THE CHECKLIST 

Soon after the Office of the Superintendent of Documents was established under 
the general printing act of Jan. 12, 1895, Dr. Ames generously turned over to the 
newly created oflice the printer's copy which he had prepared for a 2d edition of 
the Checklist. For this new edition Dr. Ames had devised a numerical scheme of 
"serial numbers" for Congressional documents, beginning with the 15th Congress. 

Dr. Ames's copy, after considerable revision and with many additions, was issued 
as the "Checklist of public documents, containing debates and proceedings of Con- 
gress, lst-53d Congress, with miscellaneous lists of documents, and historical and 
bibliographical notes, 2d edition revised and enlarged, issued by F. A. Crandall, 
Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, 1895." This edition had 
222 pages. 

Besides many additional lists, there were included also a prefatory note on the 
first 14 Congresses, compiled by John H. Hickcox, and 3 appendixes compiled by 
Miss Adelaide II. Hasse, app. 1 containing a list of Explorations and surveys, app. 
2, Government catalogues, app. 3, Index. 

This 2d edition, though hastily prepared, proved to be a very popular and use- 
ful reference work. There were 3000 copies printed, but these were not sufficient 
to meet the demand. No reprint was made for the reason that a very much more 
complete Checklist was contemplated. This work, completed to the end of the 
calendar year 1909, is now in your hands; but before a description of the 3d edition 
is entered upon, it is essential to make mention of an intermediary volume issued 
by the Superintendent of Documents. 



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TABLES AND INDEX 

This volume, with its awkward title, "Tables of and annotated index to the Con- 
gressional series of United States public documents," but popularly referred to by 
its short back title "Tables and index," was issued in 1902. The Congressional 
tables at the beginning, arranged by serial numbers from the 15th to the 52d Con- 
gress, both inclusive, contain a revision of similar matter from the 2d edition of the 
Checklist. To these are added an index of 640 pages containing author and subject 
entries for the documents and reports of the Congresses covered (except those of 
a private or unimportant character), also sevefkl appendixes of historical interest. 
The work ended with the 52d Congress, because the Document catalogues began 
with the 53d. In the Tables and index a place was assigned for the folio edition 
of the American state papers, arranged by zero serial numbers at the head of the 
Congressional documents. 

3d edition of the CHECKLIST 

Ever since the 2d edition of the Checklist of public documents was issued in 1895, 
an effort has been made to gather material for a revised and enlarged edition on a 
much more comprehensive plan, a plan which contemplated, first, the bringing 
down to date of the Congressional tables, and, second, the inclusion of a classified 
arrangement of those publications which have emanated directly from the Executive 
Departments and independent Government publishing offices, indicating in the 
briefest possible way which were and which were not in the Congressional set. 

For such a compilation the Public Documents Library offers rare facilities, because 
it contains the most complete file of United States public documents. Other large 
libraries may have as many, perhaps even more. United States documents of a par- 
ticular class or on a particular subject, but nowhere else than in this library will be 
found in one spot so nearly complete a collection of the output of all Government 
publishing offices, past and present. 

It should be borne in mind that this Checklist is based on the classification used 
in this office; that it is virtually a shelf list of the Public Documents Library; and 
that, with the comparatively few exceptions indicated by an asterisk (*), entries 
represent only those publications which are in our library. The Checklist therefore 
can not claim to list absolutely all of the publications of the Government; but in the 
case of many of the issuing offices our collection is thought to be complete, and the 
statement is undeniably true that this is by far the most extensive list of United 
States Congressional and departmental publications ever issued. 

It is in the province of this Checklist to give only such information as is deemed 
essential for the purposes of a checklist, and it omits much information which would 
of course be given in a full catalogue. One of the most noticeable of such omissions 
is that, whereas full titles and dates of issue are given in entries for publications 
which do not belong to a numbered or dated series, for serial publications, such as 
Bulletins, Circulars, etc., the Checklist gives only their numbers and tells how many 
editions of each were printed, omitting their titles and dates of publication. In all 
cases this Checklist omits the collation, i. e., number of pages, illustrations, plates, 
maps, etc., unless such information is required in order to identify the document 
listed. 

The 3d edition of the Checklist replaces the 2d edition and also that part of the 
"Tables and index" which gives the numerical lists of the American state papers 
and the Congressional tables. It does not, however, supplant the index to the 
"Tables and index." 

In this 3d edition the American state papers appear first of all, arranged by zero 
numbers from 01 to 038. These are followed by the series of Congressional docu- 
ments and reports, 15th-60th Congress, arranged by serial numbers from 1 to 5561. 
Then come the departmental publications an-anged by Government authors. 



I 



TTTT 

Although under this scheme the Congressional series precedes the departmental 
publications, it seems desirable in this introduction to treat of the depart inonfal 
publications first, because they form an overwhelmingly large proportion of (he 
contents of the book. 

DEPARTMENTAL PUBUCATI0N8 

The classification of departmental publications is naturally the first matter to be 
taken into consideration. When (ho Office of the Superintendent of Documents 
was organized, no scheme in existence was found adequate for the classification 
of a large library composed exclusively of United States Government publications. 
A special scheme suited to our needs was later evolved, as explained in the preface 
to "Department list 1, List of publications of Agriculture Department, 1862-1902," 
which was issued by the Superintendent of Documents in 1904. This classification, 
used with such success for the publications of the Department of Agriculture, has 
been applied to the publications of all Executive Departments and independent 
publishing oflSces, as shown in the present Checklist. The following explanation 
of the classification will, it is hoped, make the principles so clear that any library 
which desires to adopt this special scheme may experience no difficulties in ita 
application. 

The classification of departmental publications is by Government authors: first, by 
Departments or independent publishing offices; second, by bureaus, offices, or divi- 
sions of such Departments or independent publishing offices; third, by series; fourth, 
by book numbers. 

Department symbol, first term in classification number 

The first letter of the distinctive word in the name of each of the nine Executive 
Departments is used to designate the Department. 

A = Agriculture Department. 

C = Commerce and Labor Department. 

I = Interior Department. 

J = Justice Department. 

N = Navy Department. 

P = Post-Office Department. 

S = State Department. 

T = Treasury Department. 

W= War Department, 
Two letters are used for independent publishing offices. 

AR = American Republics Bureau. [Since Aug. 1910, called Pan American 
Union.] 

CS = Civil Service Commission. 

DC = District of Columbia. 

FC = Fish Commission. [Now under the Commerce and Labor Department.] 

FS = Freedman's Savings and Trust Company. 

GB = Geographic Board. 

GP = Government Printing Office. 

GS = General Supply Committee. [Now under Secretary of Treasury.] 

IC = Interstate Commerce Commission. 

Ju = Judiciary (United States courts, etc.). 

La = Labor Department. [Now under the Commerce and Labor Department.] 

LC = Library of Congress. 

NA = National Academy *»f Sciences. 

NII= National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers. 

Pr = President of United States. 

PS = Postal Savings System. [Established June 25, 1910.] 

SI = Smithsonian Institution. 



XIV 

other Department symbols are : 
X = Proceedings of Congress. 
Y = Miscellaneous publications of Congress. 
Z = Papers of Revolutionary period and first 14 Congresses. 
This list gives all the Department symbols as yet required for the use of the Public 
Documents Library of this Office. The arrangement on the shelves should be strictly 
alphabetical by symbol, not by the word for which the symbol stands; that is, Com- 
merce and Labor Department publications precede Civil Service Commission publi- 
cations, because C precedes CS. 

When bureaus, ofl&ces, divisions, etc., are transferred from one Executive Depart- 
ment to another, or when independent publishing offices become subordinate to an 
Executive Department, the old classification is retained for earlier issues and a new 
one assigned to publications issued after the transfer, double cross references being 
used. 

Bureau, office, or division symbol, second term in classification number 

The figure 1 following the Department symbol represents always the Secretary of 
the Executive Department or the chief executive officer of the independent publish- 
ing office. 

Beginning with figure 2, the numbers are applied in numerical order to the various 
publishing bureaus, offices, and divisions, these having been arranged alphabetically 
when the classification was first applied. New offices are added at the end of the list 
of the Department and assigned the next number. This provides for a distinctive 
symbol for each without limit, though the alphabetical arrangement of new bureaus 
can not be kept up. 

A point is placed after the bureau symbol to separate the Department and bureau 
notation from the rest of the classification number. 
Examples: 

Al. = Agriculture Department, Secretary. 

A2. = Agriculture Department, Accounts and Disbursements Division. 

A3. = Agriculture Department, Agrostology Division. 

GP1.= Government Printing Office, Public Printer, 

GP2.= Government Printing Office, Library. 

GP3.= Government Printing Office, Documents Office. 

Series symbol, third term in classification number 

Figures 1, 2, 3, and 4, when written after the point as the third term in the clas- 
sification number, are used exclusively for the following series of publications 
emanating from the various publishing offices: 
.l=Annual reports. 
.2=General publications. 
.3=Bulletins. 
.4= Circulars. 
These four numbers are always assigned for these particular series, even though 
the bureau may not have issued any publications belonging there. "General pub- 
lications" are publications of a miscellaneous character, which are not numbered or 
volumed in any series. 

Beginning with figure 5 after the point, the various series are arranged alphabet- 
ically as far as possible, and are assigned numbers. New series are added at the end 
of the list. They take the next unused number. 

A colon is placed after the series symbol to separate it from the individual book 
lumber. 



XV 

Book number, fourth term in clasaificatvon number 

The book number follows the colon. 

In the case of annual or periodical publications, the date is used as the bo(ik 
number, as :906. For a volumed series, the volume number is used, as :8. For a 
numbered seriee, the number is used, as :8. General publications and similar classes 
are arranged in alphabetical order under the most significant words of their titles, 
or under their subjects, the book numbers being assigned from the 2-figm'e Cutter 
Author table, as :B39, in which case B39 stands for Beet sugar, the distinctive word 
of tlie title. 

In the Checklist, individual book numbers are given for everything arranged by 
book numbers taken from the Cutter Author table, except for separates, which are 
not entered at all, and for which the arrangement is only indicated, as :(CT). Indi- 
vidual book numbers are not given in certain series arranged by dates or by numbers, 
but in every such case the arrangement is indicated, as :(date8), or :(v. nos.), or :(no8.). 

The superior letter (a) always designates "separates," that is, excerpts from the 
publication bearing the same notation without the («). These separates are arranged 
in classes by themselves, immediately following the series from which they are taken. 

The superior figures ('-^) are used to differentiate between two publications which 
may of necessity be assigned the same symbol in the alphabetical classification, 
and also to distinguish between the various editions of the same serial or numbered 
publication. 

Examples of complete classification nymbers 

The following examples of complete call numbers illustrate the principles outlined 
in the foregoing paragraphs on classification: 

Wl.l:909 2 = War Department, Secretary, Annual reports, 1909, v. 2. 
LC2.2:P84 = Library of Congress, Bibliography Division, General publication 
- entitled List of books, with references to periodicals, relating to 
postal savings banks. 
A19.3:56 2 = Agriculture Department, Plant Industry Bureau, Bulletin 56, 2d 

edition. 
A29.6:37 '" = Agriculture Department, Weather Bureau, Monthly weather 
review, v. 37, no. 10. 
These examples are sufficient to show how expansive this system is, yet how concise 
in its application. 

Maps, Charts, and Specifications 

Attention is called to the fact that in case of certain issuing offices which are large 
publishers of Government charts, maps, and specifications, no attempt is made in 
this Checklist to enter such publications. In all instances, however, where this hap- 
pens, the classification of the series is clearly indicated, showing how the class would 
be booknumbered. This refers to such large classes as Geological Survey Topographic 
sheets (1 19.12:), Post route maps (P11.5:), Hydrographic Office Charts (N6.18:), 
Northern and Northwestern Lakes Survey Charts (W33.6:-W33.8:), Quartermaster's 
Department Specifications (W39.ll:), etc. 

COXGRESSIONAX NOTATION FOLLOWING ENTRIES FOR BUREAU EDITIONS 

^^^len a document appears both in a bureau edition and as a Congressional docu- 
ment, the bureau edition is entered in the Checklist and the serial number and Con- 
gressional document number are both added thus "[2309-269]," the first being the 
serial number and the second the document number in the Congressional set. 
82452*— 11 II 



XVI 

ANNUAL REPORTS CURTAILED BY EXECUTIVE ORDER 

The Executive order of Jan. 20, 1906, issued by President Roosevelt, has had a 
far-reaching effect upon the issuance of Government publications, but only the sali- 
ent features of the order can be referred to in this introduction. The order directed 
that the head of each Executive Department should appoint an advisory committee 
on printing and publication, and defined the duties of such committees; it also set 
forth rules governing the preparation of annual reports of the Departments. Certain 
large classes of matter were excluded from the annual reports; e. g., scientific treat- 
ises, articles by persons not connected with the reporting office, biographical and 
eulogistic matter relating to office personnel, texts of laws and court decisiouvs (except 
in cases of great importance), etc. 

The matter so debarred from publication in the series of annual reports has since 
appeared in other publications issued by the Department or its subordinate bureaus 
and offices, or perhaps has escaped i>rinting altogether. Annual reports are now 
supposed to be confined to absolute essentials. 

The order directed also that "Reports of officers who do not report directly to the 
head of an Executive Department shall not be printed in the annual report of a 
Department, but where necessary shall be summarized in the reports of the officials 
to whom such officers do report." The effect of this section is most clearly noted by 
reference to those annual reports of the Navy Department and its subordinate bureaus 
which have been issued since the President's order became operative. 

ADVANCE SHEETS OF 3d EDITION OF THE CHECKLIST 

A portion of this Checklist has appeared previously in the form of "Advance sheets " 
issued for the purpose of ascertaining necessary corrections and additions. They 
were discontinued for reasons which were fully explained in the Monthly catalogue 
for Dec. 1909, p. 227, 228, at the time of their discontinuance. 

EARLY CONGRESS PAPERS 

The classification (Z.) is reserved for the Papers of the Revolutionary Period and 
the first 14 Congresses. Under Zl, and Z2. are listed Government reprints of docu- 
ments and journals of the Colonial and Revolutionary period, including among other 
publications the important series of American archives (Zl.l:), Elliot's debates on 
adoption of Federal Constitution (Z2.1:), Diplomatic correspondence of American 
Revolution (Z2.2:-Z2.4:), Journals of Continental Congress (Z2.5:-Z2.7:), etc. 

Z3. includes the various miscellaneous publications, compilations, reprints, etc., 
of journals and documents of the first 14 Congresses, 1789-1817, with the exception 
of the 38 volume folio edition of American state papers, classed with zero numbers 
at the head of the regular series of Congressional documents {see p. 3, 4). 

The original prints of the journals, documents, and reports of the first 14 Congresses 
have a special class (Z4.1:), arranged chronologically by the dates of ordering printed. 
The cards for these original prints are a priceless possession of this office; the biblio- 
graphical material was collected by a careful examination of the originals themselves 
in about a dozen large libraries especially rich in early Congress papers, and as it is 
so voluminous, it has been decided to publish it later in separate form. This decision 
relates only to the original prints of the first 14 Congresses, classed under Z4.1: Under 
Z1.-Z3. in the body of this Checklist will be found entries for other Early Congress 
papers. 

CONGRESSIONAL SERIES 

The Congressional series needs no introduction to Checklist readers. Its vagaries 
and idiosyncrasies are well-known and to say the least, interesting. One can not 
fail to be impressed with the increase in the amount of Congressional matter by a 



XVII 

casual comparison between the 24 volumes o/ the 15th Congress and the correaponding 
348 volumes for tho GOth; and by the fact also tiiat the 60th Congress alone pub- 
lished more than all the first 21 ('ongresses combined. 

A hasty perusal of the titles given in the "Notes" columns of the Congressional 
tables (p. 5-169) will prove, even to the most prejudiced mind, that the much abused 
"sheep set" (as it used to be called, a name which has become a misnomer, because 
now the "sheep set" is bound in buckram) contains along with the prosaic and unread- 
able matter thousands of interesting documents of permanent historical and scientific 
value; e. g., annual reports of Executive Departments and their subordinate bureaus, 
reports of explorations and surveys into the vast unexplored parts of our great country, 
up-to-date information about the latest invention or discovery, statistical matter of 
all sorts, etc. 

Serial numbers 

This heterogeneous mass of Congressional publications has been correlated by the 
scheme of serial numbers devised by Dr. Ames as described above on p. xi in speak- 
ing of the 2d edition of the Checklist, which was the first publication in which the num- 
bers appeared. Later they were reproduced with a few necessary changes in the 
"Tables and index," and now this 3d edition of the Checklist brings the serial numbers 
down to the close of the GOth Congress. For the serial numbers of later Congresses 
reference should be made to the Document indexes of this office. 

For the convenience of those who may wish to refer to the list of serial numbers as 
found in publications of this office other than the present 3d edition of the Checklist, 
the following table is presented. 

Table showing where in preiHous publications serial numbers may be found 



Serial nos. 


Con- 
gress 


Session 


Congres- 
sional 
docu- 
ments, 
tables 
and 
index 


Check- 
list of 
public 
docu- 
ments, 2d 
edition, 
1895 


Dociunent 
catalogue 


Document 
index 


Schedule 
of volumes 


1-31421 


15-52 
c 15-53 
54 
54 
55 
55 
55 
50 
50 
57 
57 
58 
58 
59 
/59 
»W 
00 


AU 

An 

1 
2 

1 
2 
3 

I 

1 

2 

land 2 

3 

1 
2 
1 
2 


p. 16-109 






6 1-3346 


p. i9^i64 




d3340a-3400 




p. 125-127 

P- 83-85 

I). 1 ■ ■ 

I- 
i>._^-^.v,.... 

p. 304-307 

p. 307-310 

p. 343-347 

p. 347-350 

Jin preparation 


Not given 

Noteiven 

P- <^^-->'- 

p. 639-540 

/p. 329-330 

\p. 181-187 




d 34t^a-3557 






d 3557a-3588 

35.S9-3723 

3724-3841 

3842-4027 

4028-4217 

4218-4407 

4408-4555 

4550-4752 


....... 




4753-4901 





•i' 


4902-e.')057 






iop. 
10 p. 
14 p. 


« 5058-5215. 






521tr-.')377 






537X-55C1 









1 





a No. 3142* is assigned to a volume of Senate miscellaneous documents of the 53d Congress, special ses- 
sion. Senate. 

b On page 104 of Checklist of public documents, 2d edition, 1895, insert 3343, House miscellaneous docu- 
ments, V. 17; insert 3344, House miscellaneous documents, v. 18; for 3343 as printed, read 3345; for 3344 
as printed, read 'S:W>. 

c Serial numbers for the 53d Congress are also found in Advance sheets of 3d edition of Checklist of 
United States public documents, Congressional tables, .")3d Congress, 9 pages. 

■" follows serial number, it is used for the Senate journals, to which no separate numbers 



d When 
are assigned. 

< No. 505s is assigned to the Senate 1 
Nos. 5058, 5059, and oO*X) were origin: 
and the Senate and House journals, .v 
the Document catalogue covered boi I 
therefore, no House documert 944, 5" 

/Serial numbers for the 59th ('on. 
umes. oyth Congress, 2d session, p. 11. 



<1 no. .5059 to the Hou.se journal, 59th Congress, 2d session. 
1 to the Document catalogue, 59th Congress, 1st session, 
, 2d session, resi)ectively. The change was made becausd 

' !'l appeared as a document of the 2d session. There was, 
, 1st session. 

-ion, are found in Numerical tables and schedule of vol- 

i in the publications listed above. 



xvin 

Changes in certain serial numbers 

The serial numbers in this 3d edition of the Checklist are with a few exceptiouB the 
same as those used in the 2d edition. The exceptions are indicated in the following 
table: 



Publication 



Volume 



No. in 
second 
edition 



No. in 

third 

edition 



Eighth Census 

Do 

Do 

Do 

House reports 

Do 

Paris Exposition 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

House reports 

Do 

Ninth Census 

Do 

Do 

Do., Compendium 

Senate journal 

Senate executive documents 

Do 

Do 

Senate miscellaneous documents. 

Do 

House reports 

Senate miscellaneous documents. 
House miscellaneous documents. 

Do 

House reports 

Do 



1204 
1205 
1206 
1207 
1202 
1203 
1353 
1354 
1355 
1356 
1357 
1358 
1351 
1352 
1479 
1480 
1481 
1482 
1473 
1474 
1475 
1476 
1477 
1478 
3142 



3343 
3344 



1202 
1203 
1204 
1205 
1206 
1207 
1351 
1352 
1353 
1354 
1355 
1356 
1357 
1358 
1473 
1474 
1475 
1476 
1477 
,1478 
1479 
1480 
1481 
1482 
3142' 
31422 
3343 
3344 
3345 
3346 



Serial numbers not possible for first 14 Congresses 

Unfortunately it was not possible to apply the serial numbers to the first 14 Con- 
gresses, and the .scheme therefore begins with the loth Congress. The reasons for 
this will be made clear by an examination of the following excerpts from Congres- 
sional procedure. 

On Dec. 8, 1813, it was resolved in the House of Representatives — 

That henceforward all messages and communications from the President of the United States, all let- 
t:'i3 fiom Lhc several departments of the Government, all motions and resolutions offered for the consid- 
eration of the House, all reports of committees of the House, and all other papers which in the usual course 
of proceeding or by special order of the House, shall be printed in octavo fold and separately from the 
Journals, shall have their pages numbered in one continuous series of niunbers, commencing and termi- 
nating with each session. 

On Dec. 14, 1813, it was ordered — 

That the documents which were the subject of the order of the House of the 8th instant, instead of 
havmg their pages numbered in one continuous series of numbers from the commencement 1o the termi- 
nation of each session, shall be themselves numbered in a regular series in the order of time in which they 
shall be directed to be printed: The number of each document to Ix; distinctly mariced on the top of the 
title-page and every subsequent page, in addition to the number of each page of such document. 

Although this action was taken at the 2d session of the 13th Congress, and was imme- 
diately applied by the House to some of its documents, and while it is true that the 
Senate adopted a similar scheme at the 2d session of the 14th Congress for some of 
its publications, still, it is also true that in both Houses the orders as to size and num- 
bering were not strictly adhered to until the commencement c.l the 1st session of 
the 15th Congress, for up to that time in both Houses appear a series of folio docu- 
ments to which no numbers were affixed, and which could not, therefore, be embraced 



33 



35tli CONORE88» SPECIAIi SESSION SENATE 

M;n. I 14, 1867 



p 


^ 


1 


BeHw 


Docnment no. 


Notes 




.... 






«c 5;orlal no. 873, p. 373. 

lollan's rp. on Art of war.ln Europe^ 1866 and 1856. 
ou. serial no. 890. 
5«e serial no. 891. 


( <i;.. 


8. ex. docs 

S. mLsc, docs.. 
S, reports 


1. 

1 --A 



35tli CONORE88, 1st SESSION 

Dec. 7. 1857-^iine 14, 1868 



tni 


-.> • 




1...... 




Contains also proceedings special .session Senate, 35tti 
Cong., June 15, 16, 1858, p. 721. 


»918 


1 





. . .,-v. ...-.„ 




1 is Treasury (Finances) 1857; 8 Is Kansas aflbirs. 


1919 


2 





do 


11. 


Message, State, and Interior, 1867. ^ 


•9-20 


3 





do 


lU 


War,^1857. 


.9-21 


4 




do 


11. 


Navy and Post-Office, 1857. 


.92*2 


A 




do 


11 


Maps. ^ 

Kansas afbirs; War Dept. expenses; Treasurer's accts. 


.9-23 


6 




do 


17-19 


»te4 


'7 




■'<- 


20-29,31-35... 


Except^, In serial no. 932. 20 is Indian n-.K„rw^rr.,.r.,c 












1857. 


•9So 


8 






30, pt. 1 

30,pt. 2 


Patent OflSce, 1857: Arts and manufacture... .... 

Same: Arts and manufactures, v. 2, with Illustrations. 


«9!26 


9 




do .- 


»92; 


10 


.... 


do 


30,p1.;i 


Same: Artsandmanufactures, v. 3, illustration,'^ r-r^* 


i92S 


11 




do 


30, pt. 4.. 


Same: Agriculture. 7 plates precede title-page 


<»'29 


12 






36-57 


Except 63, In serial no. 933. 42 is Lak^^^ '-- 












Yards and Docks Bureau contracts. 


no 


13 


^,v_7 ^ 


SeiBure by Chiileans of Brig Macedoniai- ..- 




i 






Contains also S. ex. doc. 1, special session 3. 
June 15, 16, 1868. 


981 


.4].... 


do 


Unnumbered. > 


f Commerce and navigation, 1857. 


<932 


15 .... 


do 


33. 


Coast Survey, 1S57. 


*9»d 


Ifi ; ... 


do 


53. 


Commercial relations, 1857. 


tU84 


1 . 


.^ "is", docs.. 


1-9 


Except 44, not printed.' 7-94 are reporio .. w... -' 












Claims. 45 is Robert I^ ison's Florida claim. 


«935 


2 






""■ 


95-130, 136-139, 142-145 are reports of Court of Claiii.... 
105 is Letitia Humphrey's claim; 142 is Armstrong case. 


1939 


3 








146, 186, 190-193, 212-219, 24^)-''^' •■■" r.,..,.,i. ..r /-..,, r, . f 
Claims. 


i987 


4 






251-263 and 266 are reports oi , v..... ^. t ...,. >.- . . 












Smithsonian Institution, 1857. 


998S 






... , . ;,ji .^. 


. .„.. 


Two report"? rm f.n i\n io p.r .m.u, ■ a-i <g Kansas. 


989 


2 




• -^ 


jai-330 




•940 






H. journal... 






•941 


1 


.... 


H. ex. docs;... 


l,.i 


Estimates for 1859: Treasury (Finances^ ' 


•942 


2. 


1 


do 


2. 


Message, Sute, and Interior, 1867. 


4943 


2 


2 


do 


2. 


War. 1857. 


*9H 


2 


3 


do. 


•/ 


Navy and PosKMBce, 1867. 


«946 


:2 








Maps. 












11 is Tr.>r.«?urer'8 accounts, 
and Docks ^ 


.t>4H 


5|.... 


do. 






949 


6 


.... 


do.. . 







82452°~11 — 



34 









S5tp. CONGREI^S 


, 1st SESSION— Continued 


h 

DQ 


1 


1 


Series 


\ 
D6cument no. 


Notes 


960 
>951 


7 
8 
8 
8 
8 
9 

10 

11 
12 
13 

14 
1 
2 
3 
1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
1 
2 
3 


1 

2 
3 
4 


H. ex. docs 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 


22-31 

32 


Indian accts.; Lake harbors; Nicaraguan affairs; etc. 
Patent OfBce, 1857: Arts and manufactures v 1. 


*952 


32 


Same: Arts and manufactures, v. 2. 


»053 


32 


Same: Arts and manufactures, v. 3. 


#954 


32 


Same: Agriculture. 


• 955 

956 
.457 


33-70... ,....-S 

71-88 ^ 

8&-96 

97-118 


f38, 39, 45 are Indian wars in Washington and Oregon; 

50 is Revenue laws; 64 is Execution of Col. Crabb and 

others by Mexicans. 
• 71 is Utah expedition; 85 is Cotton in Europe; 88 is Gen. 

John E. Wool in Dept. of the Pacific. 
96 is Mail contracts. 


*958 


.... 


do 

do 

do 


98 is Explorations of Amoor River, Asia; 107 is Banks, 


»959 

*960 


119-140... 1...- 

Unnumbered . 

1-67 

68 

69-137 ' 

1-200.. 


Except 126, indexed as Geological survey of Oregon and 
Washington Territories; this was probably John 
E.j^ans' report, which was not printed. 124 is Beale's 
Wagon road from Ft. Defiance to the Colorado: 129 is 
Postal accts. 

Commerce and navigation, 1857. 

4 is Ohio election; 12 is House exi)enses. 

Maryland election, Whyte vs. Harris. 

135 is Smithsonian Institution, 1857. 


*961 
»962 
M)63 




H. misc. docs.. 

do 

do 


"964 




H. reports 

do 




M)6o 


201-351 

352-411 

412-457 > 

458-539,541-551. 

540 

ffl-126 




«966 




.. .do 


377 is Kansas constitution, with reports, testimony, etc. 
f 457 is Land claims in New Mexico. 


i967 




do. 


»968 




do 


549 is Wilkins' Point (Long Island) investigation. 
Case of Judge John C. Watrons. 


(969 
4)70 




do 

Ct. Claims rps. 

do... 

do 


>^971 
v975 


127-151 

152-175 


Robert Harrison's Florida claim; etc. 



Soth CONGRES^S, SPECIAL SESSION SENATE 

June 16, 16, 1858 



S. journal . 
S. ex. docs 



See serial no, 917, p. 721. 
See serial no, 930. 



35tli CONGRESS, 2d SESSION 

Dec. 6, 1858— Mar. 3, 1869 



• **llf 


i 

1 S. journal. 




Contains also proceedings special session Senate, 36th 
Cong., Mar, 4-lQ, 1859, p. 483. 


1 


i 




■- 


" ex. docs 


l,Pt.l 


Message, State cor^spondeuce, and Interior, 1858. 






l,pt.2 


War, 1858 [v. 1). \ 






l,pt.3........ 


Same, v. 2. Title-page reads " v 2, pt. 2." 






l,pt.4-.. 


Navy and Post-OfB^ce, 1858. 




. 


l,pt.5 


Maps. ^ 






2 


Treasury (Finances* 1858, Contains also S. ex. doc. 1, 
special session Sen^tCi 36th Cong., erroneously headed 














«36th Cong." \ 



85tli CONGRESS, 2d SESSION— Continued 



^ •995 
^ *99« 
^ 4997 

^\ «998 
^. •999 

^ »10IH) ! 



1001 i 2 

•1004 j 3 

•100» 4 

• 1004 5 

1005 j . 

I 1007 S 
•1006 9 
tl009 I 10 

aoio 1 10 

.1011 I 10 
.1018 I 10 

.ioi» I n 

.1014 12" 



^983 


9 





do 


^ .»M 


10 


.... 


do 


,986 


11 




^. .980 


12 




.to 


^-■987 


13 


.... 


do 


^ *988 t 14 




do 


..«.-989 1 15 




... .do 


0^ •990 j 16 


.... 


do 


^ »991 1 17 


- — 


.....do 


^:...992 


1^ 















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2 


1 


2 


2 


2 


3 



Sorien 



S. ex. docs. 



.do, 



DiK-'iinicnt no. 



•S-%. 



7-21.23-28. 



Notes 



:- pt.2... 
2^-45.48... 



rf. misc. docs .. 



S. reports . . 

H. journal. . 

H. ex. docs. 
.....do....^ 

do.... 

do... 



S. ex. doo. 2, special semion Senate, 36th Cong., urro- 
nepusly* headed "36th Cong.," precedes uo. 3. 6 i.s 
Progress in Coast Surrey and \\ »'iphta and measures. 

Except 14, in serial no. 990. 15 is Indian expenses; 18 Is 
' t foreign countries. 

to China, correspondfMK" I v. 1]. 

Samo [v. 2]. 

Except 87) in serial no. 991, 46, in serial uo. 992. 36 aod 
40 are rps. on Wagon roads in the West. 

Patent O.'flce, 1858: Arts and manufactures, v. 1. 

Same: Arts and manufactures, v. 2. 

: Arts and manufactures, v. 3, illustrations. 
: Agriculture. 

Commerce and navigatiori, 1858. - 

Coast Survey, 1S58. 
37 4}^ Commercial relations, 1S5K. 

Explorations atid surveys for Pacific Railroad, supple- 
ment to V. 1: Steven's route from St. Paul to Puget 
Sound, narrative and scientific reports. See, for v. 1, 
serial no. 758. 

Contains also S. misc. docs. 1 and 2, special session Sen- 
ate, 3ttth Cong., Mar. 1859. 1-3, 5-9, 19-23, 30, 32-40, 
are Court of Claims rps. 49 is Smithsonian Institu- 
tion, 1868. 
331-8; >• 



■17 

47 

47 

Unnumbered 
14 



. 



1-55. 



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4-13 

14-22 

23-32.34-49 



10 lo 



.1018 1 
•1017 I 2 

.1018 i 1 

i 

,1019 



U. miiC- docs. 
..;..do 

H. reports 



1,3 Estijuates for 1860; Treasury (Finances) 1858. 

2 [Message, Foreign affairs, and Inferior, 1858. 

War, 1858. Title-page reads "v. 2." 

Same, continued. Title-page reads ' •^ 

Navy, including Naval code, and Post-Oilice, 1868. 
Title-page reads ' • v. 3. " 

Maps. 

7 is Treasurer's accts., 1858; 13 is Indian expenses. 

20 is Receipts and expenditures, 1S58. 

30 and 43 are Carmick and Ramsey, mail contract ca 
. . j Coast Survey, 1858. 
... I 67 and 68 relate to Consular fees. 

So -^ Commercial relations, 1858. 

86-104, 106-108. [ 108 is Pacific wagon roads. - 

105 Patent Office, 1858: Arts and manufactures, v. 1. 

105 Same: Arts and manufactures, v. 2. 

105 Same: Arts and manufactvires, v. 3. 

105 Same: Agriculture. 

109 Mail contracts. 

110-114........ 112 is Condition of banks; 114isCr«un'sMemo»rof Wa&h- 

and Oregon. 
. nnumberL I - e and navigation, 1868. 

1-42,44-61 j 57 is Smithsonian Institution, 18.')^ 

43 — .1 Claims ofcitizens of Kansas. 

VrSSA. Kxcept 184, in serial no. 1019, and 18» and 189, in sen-.l 

po. 1020. 
• M aval oontiacts and expenditures. 



36 



35tJi CONGRESS, 3d SESSION--€3iitmued 





1 


1 


Series 


Dociinient no. 


Notes 




3 


.... 


H. reports .... 


[188 


Accts. of Wm. CuJlom, clerk of House, investigation. 
Accts. of A. G. Seaman, Supt. Public Printing, investi- 
gation. 


♦1020 


|l89 


• 1021 


176-198 











36tli CONGRESS, SPECIAL SESSION SENATE 
Mar. 4—10, 18M 









S. journal 




See serial no. 973, p. 483. 




.... 




.... 


S. ex. docs 

do 

S. misc. docs.. 
S. reports 


1 

2 

1,2 


See serial no. 979. This doc. is erroneously headed "35th 
Cong." 

See serial no. 980. This doc. is erroneously headed " 35th 
Cong." 

See serial no. 993t These docs, are headed " S,peci&l ses- 
sion, Mar. 1859." 

None presented. 























36tli CONGRESS, ist SESSION 
Dec. 6, 1869— June 26, 1860 



il022 


*1 

3 
4 
5 

G 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 

12 
13 
14 
15 
1 

1 
2 

1 

1 

2 

3 


.... 


.S. journal 




Contains also proceedings special session Senate, 36th 

Cong., June 26-28, 1860, p. 776. 
Message, Foreign affairs, and Interior, 1859. 
War, 1859. 

War, continued; Navy; Post-Oflice, 1859. 
Maps. 
3 is Treasury (Fhiandes) 1859, with title-page reading 

erroneously "June 30, 1860." 
Patent OfTice, 18.59: Agriculture. 
Same: Arts and manufactures, v. 1. 


.1023 
• 1024 
•1025 
»1026 
»1027 


S. ex, docs 

do... 

.....do... 

do 

do 


^ 

2 

2 

2 

1,3-10,13-15... 

11. 


*1028 




.do 


•1029 





.....do........ 

do.! 

do 

do .' 

do 

uo 

do 

.....do 


12..... 


ilOSO 


12. . . 


Same: Arts and manufactures, v. 2, illustrations. 
20 and 22 relate to Capitol extension. 
Correspondence of commiiSsioners to China. 
38 is Compulsory enlistment in army of Prussis; 4'2 is 

Mountain Meadows massacre. 
Commerce and navigation, 1859. 
/Sickness and mortality in U. S. Armv, 18oo ' 


..1031 
M032 


16-29,31-37.... 
30 


<10S3 

kl084 
*1035 


38-61,53-58.... 

Unnumbered . 
52 • 


'1036 


59 *■ 


Delafleld's Art of war in Europe, 1854-56. 

Military Cominission to Europe (Mordec^i), 

Contains also S. misc. doc. 1, special session Senate, 


tl087 




.... 


do 

S. misc. docs.. 

S. reports 

.....do 

H. journal 


80. .. 


1038 


1-62 


41039 


1-204. . 


June 26-28, 1860. 29 is Capitol dome and porticos. 


<1040 
-1041 


205-284. 

..../ 


Except 285, not printed. 205 is Pubhc printing inves- 
tigation; 278 is John Brown's raid on Harpers Ferry. 


|.1042 
il048 

•104^ 


H. ex. docs.... 

do.. 

do. 


1-3,5,6,8,9.... 
4 -^ 

7.. 


Estimates of appropriations for 1861; etc. 
^Commercial relations, 1859. 
Treasury receipts and disbursements, 1859. 



37 



86tli CONGRESS, 1st SBSSION—Continued 



12 



Series 



H. ex. docs... 10-13 



Document no. 



..do... 
..do... 
..do... 
..do... 
..do... 

..do... 



.do.... 



.do. 



....do.... 
....do.... 



....do 

H. misc. docs. 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 



.do. 



....do 

H. reports.. 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

Ct. Claims rps 

..-.do 

....do 

....do 

....do 



14-22 

23-40,42,43. 



41 

44-52 

53,54,67-70. 

65 

55 



56. 



56. 



7lv85. 



86-89,91-102. 



Unnumbered 

1,2,4-7 

3 



9-11. 



12-42. 



43-89. 



90-100-. 
1-200. . . 
201-321. 
322-510. 
511-^567. 

648 

199-208. 
209-225. 

226 

227-240. 
241-256. 



Notes 



Indian exi)en8es; Indian war claims; Interior Dept. ex- 
penses; Interior Dept. employes. {.> :■ <^ I O 
New Mexico, land claims; Treasury accts., 1859; etc. 
24 Is Treasury expenses; 25 and 35 are War Dept. ex- 



Coast Survey, 1859. 

44 is Post-Office accts.; 49 is Condition of banks. 

6.5 is Affairs in Oregon. 

Meteorological observations, 1854-69, v. 1: Weattier. 

Same, v. 2: Plant and animal phenomena, and storms, 
1859. 

Explorations and surveys for Pacific Railroad, v. 12,^ F »S\. 
book 1: Narrative and geographical memoir, with 1/ «i 
illustrations. ^. ' 

Same, v. 12, book 2: Botany and zoology, with plates. — 
The material here arranged in 2 v. appears in 1 v. in 
serial no. 992. 

71 is Navy yards; 76 is Hebrew affairs; 81 is Texas 
frontier. 

Mail contracts; etc. 

Colorado River of the West (Ives), with geology, 

—botany, etCT* 6.L. F 1 ti*?; . NJ^TK' 

Commerce and navigation, 1859. 

4 is Maryland election, Harrison vs. Davis. 

Kentucky election, memorial of James S. Chrisman. 

Missouri election, Frank P. Blair vs. J. R. Barrett. 

Pensions for soldiers of 1812; Jefferson territory; Ken- 
tucky election. 

12, 4 pts., is Nebraska election; 25 is Expenses of House 
of Representatives. 

55 is Maryland election; 86 is Expenses Paraguay expe- 
dition. 

Smithsonian Institution, 1859; etc. 

249 is Public printing; 321 is Land claims, New Mexico. 

394 is Report on Pres. Buchanan's protest. 

Except 648, in serial no. 1071. 

Covode investigation. 

205 is Case of Henry M. Shreve for snag-boat patent. 

Case of Richard W. Meade. 



36tli CONGRESS, SPECIAL SESSION SENATE 

% June 26—28, 1860 



S. journal 

S. ex. docs 

S. misc. docs.. 
S, reports 



See serial no. 1022, p. 776. 
None presented. 
See serial no. 1038. 
None presented. 



38 

36tli CONGRESS, 2d SESSION 
Dec. 3, 1860— Mar. 2, 1861 



QQ 



Series 



Document no. 



Notes 



^ *1077 

J \-«1079 

., 1 ,1080 

,.. J081 

,^082 



^ '1083 
« 7 -1084 

«1085 
(1086 

j^-^ H088 
7 • 1089 



*1090 
«1091 

1092 
1093 

•1094 
1095 

.1096 

4097 
»1098 
4099 



■1100 
•1101 
1102 
•1103 

•1104 
1105 



4106 

.1107 3 

. 1108 1 

.1109 2 

,1110 3 



S. journal. 



S. ex. docs, 
.-..do 



....do.... 
....do.... 
....do.... 



1 

1 

1 

1 

2-5,8,10-13. 



.do 

.do..... 
.do 



3 1 

I 2 



....do 

S. misc. docs.. 

S. reports 

H. journal 



H. ex. docs. 
....do...... 

....do.!.... 



.do. 



.do. 
.do. 



....do 

H. misc. docs 



H. reports. 
....do 



....do 

....do 

Ct. Claims rps. 
....do.. 



Unnumbered 

6 

1-21 



285-311... 



1 

2 

3-6,8, 

7 

10-12. 



13,15-41. 
14 

42-48.... 



49-72 

7a-82 

Unnumbered 
1-44 



.do. 



1-77 

78-103, 105-107. 



104 

104 

256-258. 
25^269. 
270-276. 



Contains also proceedings of special session Senate, 37th 
Cong., Mar. 4-28, 1861, p. 399. 

Message and Interior, 1860. 

War, 1860. 

Navy and Post-Office, 1860. 

Maps. 

10 is Aves (or Bird) Island correspondence, 1855-59. 
Contains also S. ex. docs. 1 (Lincoln's Inaugural ad- 
dress) and 2, special session Senate, 37th Cong., Mar. 
4-28, 1861. 

Patent Office, 1860: v. 1, Arts and manufactures. 

Same: v. 2, illustrations. -See, for Agriculture, serial no. 
1099. 

Interoceanic ship canal near Darien (Michler). 

Same, maps. 

Commerce and navigation, 1860. 

Commercial relations, 1860. 

3 is Mihtary Academy, West Point; 21 is Smithsonian 
Institution, 1860. Contains also S. misc. docs. 1-4, 
special session Senate, 37th Cong., Mar. 4-28, 1861. 

288 is Journal of Committee of 13 on Slavery. 

First volume here listed bearing imprint "Washington, 
Government Printing Office." 

Estimates of appropriations for 1802. 

Treasury (Finances) 1860. 

5 is Mississippi River improvement. 
African slave trade. 

Treasurer's accts.; Deficiency estimates; Receipts and 
expenses, 1860. 

Coast Survey, 1860. 

44 is Mihtary road Ft. Walla-Walla to Ft. Benton (Mul- 

lan). 48 is Patent Office rp. 1860 [v. 3]: Agriculture; 

see for v. 1 and 2, serial nos. 1083 and 1084. 

Except 74, notprinted. 73 is Mail contracts; 77 is Banks. 
Commerce and navigation, 1860. 'i'ff-' .' 'J '/ 

6 is New York election; 12, 15, IS, 19, 21-28, etd'., relate 
to Secession. 

2 is Watrous case; 31, 58, and 59 relate to Secession. 

78 is Abstraction of Indian bonds; 79, 88, 90, 91, etc., 

relate to Secession. 
Kansas claims, pt. 1. 
Same,pt. 2. 
Theodore Adams; Samuel Norris; R. R. Ward. 

Gilbert Cameron case; etc. 



37th CONGRESS, SPECIAL SESSION SENATE 

Mar. 4—28, 1861 



y a 


i 


A 


nCTW^ 




L. 


^. joiinmi. . . 




S.ex. d»ts. . 




S. misc. do<- 


Y"" 


S. reports. . 



Not^«? 



,>ff stMim IK). 11)77, p. 389. 
See serial no. 1082. 
See serial no. 1089. 
None presented. 



37tii rONGHESS, 1st SESSION 

July 4— Aug. 6, 1861 









S.jourual. . . 
S. ex. doc-s. 
■Is. misc. doi 






* 




Lincoln's Messa^, War, and Navy; Treasury; > ' . 
Wai measures, etc. 


lil.i 




.... 


S. reports. 
H. jouKoal 


■ 


Frederic P. Stanton succeeds J. H. Lane of Kansas. 




jH. ex. docs.... 

iH. reports 

H. misc. docs.. 


1-20 


9 is State and Territorial expe;ises,'l7S9-1860L 
EfSciency of volunteer forces; etc. « 
4, 9, Daily vs. Morton; 5, 10, Butler vs. LehmarT; 6, 12, 
Kline vs. Verree election cases. 23 is Acts and resolu- 


«1114 


1-4 








*l 1 1 .'• 


1-24 


















r 


tions passed during 1st sassion, the only time Session 
laws have b*en published as a numbered Congressional 
docmnent. 



87tli CONGRESS, 2d SESSION 

Dec. 2, 1861— July 17, 1862 



1 


'.'.'.'} 


2 


.^. 


3 


1 


3 


2I 


4 





^. journal, 
fi. ex. docs 

..^...du 
."...".d.( 



.\m 1 



6 .... 

f 



i. 411JM) 



S. misc. docs. 

8. reports.. . 
H. joarhal. 
Q.^x. doct. 

...do 

do 



^ 4 1181 5 I 1 



Message, Foreign relations, and Interior, 1861. ^ 

War, 1861. '''2 

Navy and Post-Office, I861. ^ 

Maps. At. 

2 is Treasury (Finances) 1861; 8, 14, ^&, 22, 30 are Trent 

affair; 31'is Irfiiian disbursements, 1861. 
39 is Patent rp. on Agriculture, 1861; 56 is Capture of 

New Orleans. 
6C is Pittsburg Landing; 72 is Ordnance and ordnaneo 

stores. 
Includes many State memorials. lOS is Act incorporat- 
ing Union Pacific R. R. Co. 
1 belongs to 1st se,ssion. 37 is Surrender of nav 

Estimates ol appropriations, 1862 and 1863; ei 

28, 34, Treasury accts.; 29, Brigham Young's aii ui. » 

3S-44, 4i)-52 36 is Receipts and expenditures, 1861 . -^ 

45 , ! Commercial relal ions, 1861. 

53-69, 71-79. ... 63 is Patent Oflic* rp., 1861 , with List of patentees; 63 is 
War Dept. expenses; 67 Is Purchase of anr ' • '-'-^ 
mont. 

"n'ent Office, 1861: Arts and manufjactiires, '1, »n in 
.p. and list orpatentees which also appears in serial no. 
1131. 



1-108. 

2-o9.. 



40 



37tli CONGRESS, 2d SESSION— Continued 



Series 



Document no. 



Notes 



12 



H. ex. docs.. 



H. 



-do 

-do 

-do 

.do....... 

.do. 

-do." 

-do 

misc. docs . 



Ct. 



reports 

.do , 

-do 

.do , 

CfeUmsrps. 
.do 



53 

70 

80-99. 

'100-104 

105-124 

125-151 

137 -. 

Unnumbered 
1-91 



I,and2,pt. 1 

2,pt.2 

3-85 

86-148 

277-290 

291-293 



Same: Arts and manufactures, v. 2, illustrations. See 

for rp. on Agriculture, serial no. 1122. 
Coast Survey, 1861. 

92, Military and naval defences, consists of reprints. 
Mexican affairs, 1861-2; etc. 
116 is Preliminary rp. on 8th census; 1860. 
Except 187, in serial no. 1139. 
Mail contracts. 

Commerce and navigation, 1861. 
77 is Smithsonian rp., 1861, with scientific app. 91 is 

Appropriations, new oflBces, etc., 1862, but title-page 

incorrectly reads " 1861." 
2 is Investigation of Government war contracts. 
Same, continued. 

16 is Loyalty of Govt, clerks; 43 is National armory. 
Permanent fortifications and sea-coast defences; etc. 

Latham claim, Buffalo and Oswego custom-houses; eU'. 



37tli CONGRESS, 3d SESSION 

Dec. 1, 1862— Mar. 3, 1863 



« 1 ] \^ 






S. journal . 




Contains also proceedings special session Senate, 38th 
Cong.. Mar. 4-14, 1863, p. 446. 

Treasury (Finances) 1862; 39 is Indian expenses; 43 is 
Military road from Ft. Walla- Walla to Ft. Eienton. 

11 is Senate exi)enses; 37 is Message of Gov. of Utali* 
Contains also S. njiisc. docs. 1 aiid [2], special session 
Senate, 3Sth Cong., Mar. 4-14,186[i; although no. 2 Is 
correctly headed" spec, sess., S. anise, doc," it is^erro- 
neonsly numbered 42 and indexed with S. misc. docs, 
of the 37th Cong. 3d sess. 

75 and 84 relate ,to Gen, Banks' expedition. 

Conduct of the war, pt. 1: Army of Potomac. 

Same, pt. 2: Bull Run; Balls Bluff. 

Same, pt. 3: Weetem Department, or Missouri, etc. 


»1149 


1 
2 
3 
4 




S. ex. docs 

S. misc. docs... 

S. reports 

do 

do. 

do 

H. journal 


1-50 . - 


. ! 150 


1-41 ... 




7i)-107 


. ! ,V2 


1J)8 


.1153 


108 


.1154 


108 


4155 




.1166 
*1157 
ill&8 


1 
2 
3 

4 

4a 
5 

7 
8 
9 
10 

10 
11 
12 
13 




H. ex. docs.... 

do 

do 


IfPt.lI 

Mpt.2] 

l.(pt.3] 

l(pt.4] 

2-21 


Message and Foreign relations, 1802. 

Interior, 1862. 

Navy, 1862. 

War and Post-Offlce, 1862. ' * 

Registered seamen; Estimates for 1863 and 1864; etc. ^ 

Maps. „ 

! 2.^ is \fftTrinftTi (dTair.*!* Vt i<? Cnnrlitinn rif nnnlr« 


0159 




do 

do 


•1160 


llPt.5] 

23-51 "^ 


ill61 




. do 


.!t;2 




.....do 


53-62 


54 is Condition of Mexico, 18(i2 (802 pages). 
71 Is Court-martial of PMtz John Porter 


', •■ oii 




do 

..:..do 


64-7r . 


^1164 


79-85 


81 is Pope's army in Virginia; 82 is Mail contracts. 

Coast Survey, 1862. 

Patent Office 1862* Arts and manufactures v 1 \.fter 


»1165 


2 


do 

do 

do........ 

SP 

du 


22 


fll66 


[521 


.1167 


52 


p. 64, tlie signatures read "H. ex. doc. 54." 
Same: v. 2, illustrations • 


.1168 


78.; 


Agriculture, 1862, Ist report as a separate Department. 


^1169 


03 


.1170 




do 


Unnumbered*. 


Commerce and navigation, 1862. 



41 



37tli CONORB88, 3d SESSION-^Oontinued 





1 
2 


I 


Series 


Dooumont no. 


Notes 


^171 

•ii;2 

«lli8 


H.misc, docs.. 

do.. 

(n. reports 

let. Claims rps. 


l-24,26;27 

25 

l-cr, 
294- 


26 Is Direct and excise t^x laws. 

Smithsonian Institution, 18C2. 

48 IsCharges against Patent Comr.; 49 is Govt, contracts. 








Claims of Wormer, Cole, and Brown, Govt, contractors. 



38tli CONGRESS, SPECIAL SESSION SENATE 

Mar. 4—14, 1863 







S. journal 




See serial no. 1148, p. 445. 


'1174 . 




S. ex. docs 

S. misc. dots . . 
S. repon 


1,2 


2 Is Gen. Rosecrans' rp. on battle of Murfreesbori • . 
docs, are erroneously headed " 37th Cong.'y qc- >i Ql 

See serial no. t loO. 


1 




I au.l r21 


i 




Nonepresen 







38tli CONGRESS, 1st SESSION 
Dec. 7,.1863-^idy 4, 1864 



• »1175 












1 .1176 


.... 




S. ex. docs 


1-5G 


20 Is War expenses, 1861 and 1862; 55 is Commerce, h; 
tory, and statistics, 1789-1863. 


«.. •1177 






S. misc. docs.. 
S. reports ..... 


1-136 




«• 1178 






1-105 


41 is French spoliations: 03 is Fort Pillow massacre; 99 


^ •1179 






H.journ;; 




Xrtvalsupplie:;. 


- .1180 
-1181 


1 
2 





H. ex. docs. . . . 
do 


1.. 
I . 


Message and Foreign relations, v. 1, 1863. 
Same, v. 2. 


.1182 


3 




do 


i... 


Interior, 1863. 


- -1183 


4 




(L) 


1 


Navy, 1863. 


>.iA-ii»'"84 


5 








War, Post-Offic-e, and Agriculture, 1 863; etc. Agricultu 
omits appendixes which are In serial no. 1196. 


-^ .1185 


Sa 





do 


1.. . 


Maps. 


*1186 


fi 




. do 


2,-^ 


Estimates for 1864 and 1866; Treasury (Finances) 18 
with prices, 1821-63, and Internal revenue rp. 

Except 6, not printed. 4, 7, 8, 26 are Treasury a" 
is McCiellan's campaigns, 1861-62. 


.1182 


' 






4-10.12-2!',... . 


1188 


8 
9 

10 
11 
12 




do 

do 

do 


27-40,42-59.... 
41 


Coast Survey, 1863. 

Except 88» 87, and 51, not printed. 36 is Treasure! 

aects. 
Commercial relations, 1863. 
Patent Office, 1863: Arts and manutiactun 


. •1191 


GO 


.1192 


m. . 


.^ame: Arts and manufactures, v. 2, illustrations. 


•1198 


13 


.... 


do..^ 


Gl-v;; 


69 is Armored ve.s.sel.s in attack on Charleston. 


. ^.IIW 


14 




do 


74 .p.. 


Prize cases in New York. 


^ill96 


15 




do 


7,7-00,92-- 104... 


E.xcept 101, not printed. 84 is Receipts and expend- 
itures, isti3; 102 is Wilkes' conft-martlal. 


. .1196 
^•1197 


16 
17 




do 


Uimumbered - 


Agriculture, 1863. 
Commerce iMid navigation, 18' 


^*1198 


1 
2 


♦ '■ " 


II. misc. docs. 
do 


1-15. . 


12-15 are Contested election casi 


,. •1199 


16-27 


16. 17, 20, 26, 27 are Contested election.s. 


.^.1200 


3 




do 


28-82,84,85.,.. 


36, 43, 49 are Contested elecUons; 81 is National Aoader 
of Sciences, 1st rp. 



42 



38tli CONGRESS, 1st SESSION-^^ontinued 



p 


i 


i 


Series 


1 
Doi^iment no. 


Notes 


•1201 
1202 
1203 







H. misc. docs.. 
[H. misc. docs.] 
do 


83 

Unnumbered . 
do 


Smithsonian Institution, 1863. 

8th census of United States, 1860, Population. 

Same, Agriculture. 

Same, Manufactures. 

Same, Mortality and miscellaneous. 

Ill is New York custom-hou.se investigation. 

1 40 is Treasury Dept. mvestigation. 


1204 
1205 
•1206 


2 


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do 

do 

1-11] 


,1207 


Ii:i-144 



38tli CONGRESS, ^d SESSION 

Dec. 6, 1864— Mar. 3, 1866 



.1208 






S. journal 




Contains also proceedings special session Senate, 39th 
Cong., Mar. 4-11, 1865, p. 343. 












»1209 






S. ex. docs 


1-35 


1 1 is Mexican affairs ,1861-64. 

Also S. misc. docs. 1-3, special session Senate, 39th 


.1210 






S. misc. docs.. 


1-48 






• 






Cong., Mar. 4-11,1865. 


.1211 


1 




S. reports 


10<V141 


Also S. report 1, special session Senate, 39th Cong., 
Mar. 4-11, 1865. 114 is Petersburg mine explosion; 
121 is Heavy ordnance. 


•1212 


2" 





do 


142, pt. 1 


Conduct of the war: Army of the Potomac; Battle of 




1 






Petersburg. 


»1218 




do 


142, pt. 2....."^ 


^Same: Red River and Fort Fisher expeditions; Heavy 
ordnance. 


•1214 


4 


.... 


do 


142, pt. 3 


Same: Sherman-Johnston, etc. See, for supplements, 
serial nos. 1241 and 1242. 


•1215 






H. journal 






►1216 


1 


\ 


H. ex. docs 


1 


Message and Foreign relations, 1864, pt. 1. 


J217 


2 




:....do 


1 


Same, pt. 2. 


►1218 


3 




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1 


Same, pt. 3. 


J219 


4 




do 


1 


Same, pt. 4. 


.1220 


~5 





do ,. 


1 


Interior and Post-Office, 1864. 


.1221 


6 


.... 


do 


1 


Navy, 1864. See, for War rp., serial no. 1230. 


,1222 


7 




do 


V 


Estimates for 1865 and 1866; Treasury (Finances) 1864. 


vl223 


8 


.... 


do 


4-14,16-50 


Except 11 and 31, not printed. 32 is Exchange of 
prisoners. 


.1224 


9 




do 


[15] .. 


Coast Survey, 1864. 

Patent Office, 1864: Arts and manufactures, v. 1. 


.1225 


10 


1 


do... 


51 


.1226 


10 


2 


do 


51---1 


Same: Arts and manufactures, v. 2, illustrations. 


.1227 


11 




do 


60. 


Commercial relations, 1864. 
Agriculture, 1864. 

Except 60, in serial no. 1227; 68, in serial no. 1228, and 
81 , not printed. 54 is Court-martial of Maj . Hastings; 


.1228 


1? 




do. 


68 


•• 192*^ 


1."^ 




do 


5^-82 














> 


- 




73 is Receipts and expenses, 1864, 


-1280 


14 





do 


.^>85 


All are War rps. 83„the 1864 rp., belated, incomplete. 


.1231 


[15 




.....do 


Unnumbered . 


Corrmieroe and navigation, 1864. ' 


.1232 


1 




H. misc. docs . ., 
do.. 


J-58.. 


E.xcept 55, in serial no. 1233, andt7, in serial no. 1234. 


•1283 


2 






STTiithsonian Institution, 1864. 


»1234 


^ 
■^ 




do 


rj 


Contested elections, 1834-65, by Baitlett." 

24 is Trade with rebellious States; 25 is New York cus- 


,1285 


1 . 




H. reports 


1-30 






tom-house. 



43 



39tli CONGRESS, SPECIAL SESSION SENATE 

Mar. 4:— 11. 1865 





t 


1 


Series 


Dociunent no. 


Notes 








S. journal 




See serial no. 1208, p. 
None presented. 
See serial no. 1210. 
5«c serial no. 1211. 


343. 








.... 


S. ex. docs 








S. misc. docs.. 
S. reports 


1-3 










1 













39tli CONGRESS, 1st SESSION 

Dec. 4, 1866^July 28, 1866 



1286 






S. journal ' 




2287 


1 
2 


.... 


S. ex. docs i 

do . .' 


1-26 


2 is Condition of the South, Dec. 1865; 11 , Court-martials; 


>1238 


27-()5 


26 is Provisional State governors. 
27, 30, 55 relate to Freedmen; 55, 56, to Mexico. Maps 


•1239 




S. misc. docs.. 

S. reports 

do 1 

do 


1-125 


for 62, Interoceanic canals, are bound after 63. 


.1240 


1 
[2] 

[3] 




1-140 




.1241 
.1242 


Unnumbered . 
do 


Conduct of the war, supplement, v. 1: Sherman and 

Thonms. Supplemental to serial nos. 1212-1214. 
Same, supplement, v. 2: Pope, Sheridan, etc. - 


• 1248 




H journal 




.1244 
,1245 
424« 
,1247 

1248 


1 
1 
1 
1 

2 
3 
3 

4 

4 

5 
6 

7 
8 

9 
9 
9 
10 
11 
11 
12 
113 
14 
15 
16 
17 
1 


1 
2 
3 

4 


H. ex. docs.... 

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1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

[1] 


Message and Foreign relations, 18^5, pt. 1. 
Same,pt. 2. 
Same, pt. 3. 

Same, app.: Assassination of President Lincoln (Trib- 
utes of the nations). 
Interior, 1865. ^ 


•124^ 
121)0 


1 
2 
1 


do 

do 

do 

do 

do 


War, 1865, v.l.« 
Same, V. 2. 


1251 
1252 
.1253 


1 

1 

1 

1,2-4 


Same, app., pt. 1: Military railroads (McCallum), and 
Provost-marshal-general; final rp., 1863-66, pt. 1. 

Same,, app., pt. 2: Provost-marshal-general, final rp., 
1863-66, pt. 2. . 

Navy, 1865. 


1?54^ 




.do .. .. 


Post-Office, 1865; Estimates for 1866 and 1867; Treasury 


1255 




do 

..do.. . 


5-49 


(Finances) 1865; Comptroller of Currency, 1865. 
Treasurer's accts., 1864; 34 is Revenue svstem. 


'1256 


50-72 


Except 52, in serial nos. 1257-1259, and 56, in serial no. 


.1257 
.1258 


1 
2 
3 


do 

do 

do 

do 


52 

52 . . .. 


1260. 70 is Freedmen's Bureau. 
Patent Office, 1865, V. 1. 
Same, v. 2. 


'1259 


52 


Same, v. 3, illustrations. 


1260 


56 


Commercial relations, 1865. 


•1261 


1 
2 


do 

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do 

do 


%3 


'Mexican affairs, pt. 1. 
'Same,pt. 2. 

Except 75,'in serial no. 1264, and 102, in serial no. 1265. 
Coast Survey, 1865. 


•1262 


73 '. 


.1263 


74-133 


•1261 


75 . 


.1265 




do 

do 

do 


102 


Smithsonian Institution, 1865. 


'1266 


136 


Agriculture, 1865. 

155 is Government railroad propertv. 


.1267 


134, 135, 137-156 
Unnumbered . 
1-7 


•1268 
.1269 


.... 


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H. misc. docs.. 


Commerce and navigation, 1865. 

7, 2 pts., is New York election. Dodge vs. Brooks. 



44 



39tli CONGRESS, 1st SESSION— Continued 



3§ 


-4 


1 


Series 


Document no. 


Notes 


• ♦1270 


2 
3 

1 

2 
3 




H. misc. docs., 
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8-55 


8-11 are Contested elections. 


^^•1271 


56-130 


92 and 117 are Contested elections; 130 is Appropriations, 
new offices, etc., 1866. 

Except 30, in serial no. 1273, and 101, in serial no. 1274; 
also 31 and 94, not printed. 93isIloscoeConklingand 
Provost-Marshal-Gen. Fry investigation. 

Report of Joint Committee on Reconstruction. 


^ •1272 




■ 
H. reports 

do 

do 


1-117 


2. .1273 


30 


" .1274 


101 


Memphis riots and massacres. 







39tli CONGRESS, 2d SESSION 
Dec. 3, 1866— Mar. 2, 1867 



^1275 

^ 1276 

^ 1277 

^1278 

^ 1279 

-.1280 

-^ .1281 

.. 1282 

\l283 

.1284 

.1285 

,1286 

*1287 



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1290 
1291 
1292 



.1294 
.1295 

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•1297 
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•1300 

1301 
•1302 
»130.S 
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1-6 

7-38.... 
1-54.... 
141-178. 



1... 
1,2. 
3-8. 



9-24. . . 
2.5-49.. 
50-54. . 
55,56.. 
57-70. . 
71-116. 



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H. reports 

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76.. 
81.. 
87.. 
107. 



109 

109 

Unnumbered 

1-83 

1-15 

16.. 

17-33 

34 



2 is a special Revenue rp.; 6 is Freedmen's affairs. 
20 is Sand Creek massacre. 

53 is Arkansas loyal troops. 

156 is Condition of Indian tribes. 

Message and Foreign relations, 1866, pt. 1. 

Same, pt. 2. 

Same, pt. 3. 

Interior, 1866. - 

War, 1866. 

Navy and Post>Office, 1866. 

3 is Comptroller of Currency, 1866; 4 is Treasury (Fi- 
nances) 1866. -*'^- '' '• 

12 is Receipts and expenses, 1865; 17 is Mexican affairs. 

29 is Mineral resources west of Rockies (Browne), 1866. 

Case of Geo. St. Leger Grenfel in Chicago conspiracy; etc. 

Internal Revenue Comr., 1806; Rivers and harbors. 

68 is New Orleans riots. 

Except 76, in serial no. 1294; 81, in serial no. 1295; 87, 
in serial no. 1296; 107, in serial no. 1297, and 109, in 
serial nos. 1298-1300. 72 is Norfolk riot. 

-Mexican affairs, 1865-66. 

Commercial relations, 1866. 

Coast Survey, 1806. 

Agriculture, 1866. 

Patent Office, 1866, v. 1. 

Same,v. 2. 

Same, v. 3, illustrations. 

Commerce and navigation, 1866. 

83 is Smithsonian Institution, 1866. 

Except 9, not printed. 15 is Revenue frauds. 

New Orleans riots, July and Aug. 1860. 

24 is Internal revenue frauds; 30 is N. Y. custom-house. 

Affairs of southern railroads. 



45 



40tli CONGBE88, 1st 8B8»ION 

Mar. 4—80, July 8— -«0, and Nov. 21— Dec. 2, 1867 



l§ 


•5 
> 


1 


Series 


Doctimorit no. 


Notefl 


y •1807 






S.Jounui!,.. . 




Contains also proceedings special BesBlon Sena 
l-20,l8<)7,p. 193. 

4 is Freni'h and Prussian retniitments; 13, Indiaia wais; 
14, Keconstruction; 20, Mexican affairs, 1866-^7. Con- 
tains also nos. 1-9, special session Senate, Apr. l-'20, 
1867. 

44, National Af-ademy of Sciences, ISfiti, was issued in 
unbound form, though omitl«d from 8heef)-bound set. 


^ 1S06 
^^ 1809 


iocs 

S. reports 

S. misc. docs 

H. Joomal 


1-L'r 

--1 

1-43.. I 


.- »1810 






Contains also S. misc. docs. 1-6, special session Senate, 
Apr. 1-20, 1867. 


• 1811 






H. ex. docs 

H. misc. docs.. 

do 

H. rex)orts 


1-: 

1-37,3^00 

38,2pts 

1-7 


33 is Mexican loan siflair. 


^ »1.'J12 
•1814 


1 
2 


.... 


37, 39, 47, 48 are Contested elections. 

Contested Ohio election, Pelano vs. Morgan. 

7 is Impeachment of Pres. Johnson, with testimony. 









• 



loth eONORBSS, SPECIAL SESSION SENATE 

Apr. 1—20, 1867 , 



8. journal 

S. ex. docs ; 1- 

S. misc. docs i 
8. reports... 



Sec serial no. 1307, p. 193. 
See serial no. 130S. 
See serial no. 1309. 
None presented. 



40tli CONGRESS, 2d SESSION 

Dec. 2, 1867-Jnly 27, 1868; Sept. 21, Oct. 16, and Nov. 10, 1868 



, ,, <i3ir, 

.^ 13 It 
^•1817 



rf. journal. 



I AA 



— rl820 



— 'r.no '....|....| S. misc. docs 
S. reports. . 
H. journal 
ir. ex. docs 

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do 



•1321. 


- ... 





• .■.:•-> 


1 


1 


' :> 


1 


2 


.i;:-i4 


2 


1 


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•1326 


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<1323 


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1182,'^ 








Con tarns as an app. proceedings of Senate prelimiiiary 

to trial of articles of impeachment of President Andrew 

Johnson (p. 793). 
1 4 is Intemat. Money Conference, Paris; 29 is Occupation 

of San Juan Is.; 38, Alto Velo Is. cltfims. 
Except 84, not prinfed. 77, Rayiiolds* Exploration of 
■ the Yellowstone, is erroneously headed "1st s<*.' 

42 is Irial of Fenian pri-soners. 
Educational inter<'si;-, of District of Columbia, not 

printed; issued wirii additional matter a.s H. ex. doc 
I 31 '), 41st Confj. 2d sess. , serial no. 1427. 
86 is Smithsonian Institution, 1867. • 
173 Is Projectiles for rifled cannon. 

Message and Foreign relations, 1867, pt. 1. 
I Same, pt. 2. 
War,1867,pt. 1.- 
S8me,pt. 2: Engineers. 
Interior, 1807. 
Navy and Post-OflBce, i 
, /o.asury (Finances) 1867; Estimates for 1»69. 



46 



40tli CONGRESS, 2d SESSION— Continued 



Series 



H.ex.docs- 

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H. reports...* 
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Document no. 



4,5 



&-22,24-ST.... 

23 

58-95 

96 

96 

96 

96 

97,98,100-156. 



157-159,161-18Q. 



160 

181-252. 



202 

2^3-295. 

275 

29r.-311. 

312-343. 



Uii]iuniJ)ered 

....do 

1-84 



85-168 

Unnumbered 



.do. 



47-84. 



Notes 



Compt. of Currency, 1867; Internal Revenue Comr., 
1867. 

16 is Pardons of confederates by President. 

Trial of Henry Wirz. 

71 is Indian expenses, 1867. 

Patent Office, 1867, v. 1. 

Same, v. 2. ^ 

Same, v. 3, illustrations. 

Same, v. 4, illustrations. 

101 is Railroad lands; 126 is Paris Universal ICxpositiou 
(Hewitt). 

Ordnance report. 

157, 3 pts. , is Trial of Americans for Fenianism ; 177, 2 ] » t s . , 
is Russian America, purchase, descrii>tion, etc. 

Coimnercial relations, 1867. 

Except 202, in serial no. 1342, and 206, Fort Riley mili- 
tary reservation, indexed but never printed. 

Mineral resources west of Rockies (Browne), 1867. 

Except 276, in serial no. 1344. 265 is Sales of gold. 

Coast Survey, 1867. 

299 is Education , rp., 1867-68, without accompanying 
docs. 

315 is Receipts and exj^nses, 1866; 337 is list of Vessels 
bought, sold, and chartered by U. S., 18(:il-68; 342 is 
Reconstruction. 

Agriculture, 1867. 

Commerce and navigation, 1867. 

12-14, 28, 35 are Contested elections; 23 is Loans aud cur- 
rency aots, 179(>-18<)7. 

154 is New Mexico election. 

Paris exposition, 1867, v. 1: Fine and useful 
weights, bibliograpjtiy. 

Same, v. 2: Iron, st§<g3, precious metals, chemistry. 

Same, v. 3: Machinery and processes. 

Same, v. 4: Telegraphy , steam, engineering, etc. 

Same, v. 5: Cereals, food, photography, cables, 
education, medicine , etc. 

Same, V. 6: Wool, cotton, silk fabrics, education. 

E5:cept 80, not printed. 



arts, 



lOtli CONGRESS, 3d SESSION 

Dec. 7, 1868— Mar. 3, 1869 



•1359 






1 
S. journal ' 




.1360 






S. ex. docs 


1-56 


6 is Region of La Plata, South America; 4S is "Panoche 
Grande" land claim. 


.1361 
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S. misc. docs . . 

S. reports 

H. journal . .. 


1-57.... 

190-273 


43 is List of private claims in Senate, 15th-39th Cong. 
266 is Heavy ordnance; 273 is U. S. securities. 


»1368 






.1864 


1 
1 
2 


1 
2 


H. ex. docs.... 

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1 

1 


Message and Foreign relations, 1868, pt. 1. 
Same,pt.2. | 
Interior, 1868. 


'1866 


1 



47 



40th CONGRESS, au SESSION~Conii.nin.i 



¥ 




5 

0* 


' Bertoji 


Document no. 




^•1W7 

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4,5 

29 


War, 1868, pt.l. 

Bame, pt. 2: Knglneers. 

Navy and PastrOffice, 1868. 

treasury (Finances) 1868; Estimates for 1870. 

Compt. of Currency, 1868;InternaI Revenue Comr.,18A8. 

Except 7 and 8, not printed; 29, in serial no. 1373; 84, 

not printed. 10 is Revenue report. 
Claims against China. 
Except 71, in serial .Mineral re^sotiroes 

west of Rockies (RuyinondJ, Ibv.s. 
Patent OflSce, 1868, v. 1. 
Same, V. 2. 


'.1874 

.l!i76 


50, 51. 5.^2.... 

52. . 


.1877 


62 


Same, v. 3, illustrations. 


1878 


62 J 


Same, v. 4jjy[lustrations. 
Coast Survey, 1868. 
Smithsonian Institution, 1868. 


^.1879 
'' 1880 


•71 

83 


.1881 


84-86,88-102... 
87 


Gold coin sold, 1803-69; etc. 

Commercial relations, 1868. 

Agriculture rp., 1868, 

Conunerce and navigation, 1868. 

62 is Georgii^ affairs; 53 is Mississippi aflai.s. 

Index to H. rps., 2^3th-40th Congress, 1S39-69. 

Index to H. ex. docs., 26th-40th Congress, 183(f-< ■ . 

Except 41 , in serial no. 1390. 33 is Army organization; 

37 is Overland Pacific mails. 
Election frauds in >;«w York . v t . 
Same, V. 2. 
Treatment of prisoners of war by rebels. 


, i;i88 
-.1884 
U386 





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Unnimibered . 
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1-57 . ... 


^886, 
^887 

>!««? 

.1889 
.1890 
. 1891 


1 
4 


.... 


{H. misc. docs.] 

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H^repgrts 

do 


Unnumbered . 
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4 J . . 






1 


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41st CONGRESS, 1st SESSION 

Mar. 4— Apr. 10, 1869 



1392 

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•1896 
'1897 


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3 
4 
5 
6 




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Is. misc. docs.. 
H. journal.. . . 

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Hvinisadocs.. 

H. reports 


1-10,12 

1! 

11 


Contains also proceedings of special session Senate, A}.: . 

12-22, 1S69, p. 167. 
12 IsXontracts with Norman "Wiard for ordnance. 
Alabama claims^ v. 1: Rebel belligerency, neutrality. 
Same, v. 2: Enforcement of neutrality, rebel cruisers. 
Same, v. 3: Rebel cruisers, claims negotiations. « 
Same, v. 4: General, parliamentary and judicial apps. 
Same, v. 5: Parliamentary and judicial appendix. 


' 1898 


11 




1-8 


.1899 


1-25 

1- 

1-12 




•1400 






, 


1401 






is Purdy's Report on internal r^v«fiue in California. 

3 is Myers vs. Moftet election; 19 is Utah Indian w ar 

expenses; 27 is Van Wyck vs. Greene election. 
All are election reports, except 1 and 8. 


H02 






■1408 















list CONGRESS, SPECIAIi SESSION SENATE 

Apr. 12—22, 1869 



S. journal Ste serial no. 1392, p. 167. 



48 



41st CONGRESS, 2d SESSION 
Dec. 6, 1869— July 16, 1870 



•1419 8 

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l,pt.2. 
l,pt.2. 
l,pt.3. 

2,3 

4r48.... 
4^142. . 
143-215. 

206 

102 

102 

102 

102 

207 

216-256. 



257-507. 
308-315. 



Notes 



Unnumbered .! 



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26-151,153. 

( 

152 

154 

1-32 

33-72 

73-122 



7 is Cuban revolution, 1869; 14 is Postal convention with 

France. 
Except 76, not printed. 40 is Shawnee lands m Kansas; 

62 is National cemeteries. 
108 is American injin-ies in Ctiban revolution, 1869-70. 
Except 159, Rp. of National Academy of Sciences, not 

printed. 
47 is Retrenchment; 234 is Davis Hatch claim; 264 is 

Printing investigation. 

Message, Foreign relations. Navy, Post-Office, 1869. 

War, 1869, v. 1. 

Same, v. 2: Engineers. 

Interior, 1869.- 

Treasury (Finances) 1869; Comptroller of Ciurency, 1869. 

Internal Revenue Comr,, 1869; Estimates for 1871; etc. 

Except 76, not printed, and 102, in serial nos. 1420-1422. 

Except 206, in serial no. 1419, and 207, in serial no. 1424, 
11)0 is Struggle for Cuban indexiendence. 

Coast Survey, 1869. Ci^t^^yi ^3^ 

Patent Office, 1869, v. 1. 

Same, v. 2. 

Same, y. 3, illustrations. 

Same, v. 4, illustrations, not printed in Congressional set. 

Mining west of Rockies (Raymond), 1869. 

Except 232 and 254, not printed. 240 is Indian wars; 
241 is Bounties to colored soldiers. 

Except 273, Buildings of Howard University, indexed 
but never printed. 288 is Georgia aflfaJrs (Tyrry). 

314 is Mail contracts. 315 is belated Special r^. on pub- 
lic schools in District of Columbia, Tdth general edu- 
cational matter. See note under serial no. 1318. 

Agriculture rp., 1869. 

Commerce and navigation, 1869. 

Diseases of cattle in United States, 1869. 

Except 18-15, in serial no. W.S-T; contains also Van Wyck 
V. Greene (unnumbered) bound between nos. 10 and 
11, and Covode v. Foster (unniunbered), bound be- 
tween nos. 24 and 25. 7 is Taylor v. Reading. 

Contested electio'AS^Jm Kentucky, Missouri, Indiana. 

Except 100, not '>rinted^ Contains two docs. no. 116. 
44, 46, 53, j8, I i3, 144 are election cases. 

Contested elecvions, 1865-71 (Bartlett). 

Louisi ^.na cvn tested elections. 

28 ' ., Nav'gation Interests; 31 is Gold panic. 

06 is Ppraguayan investigation. 

121 1? Charges against O. O. Howard. 



49 

41st CONGRESS, 3d SESSION 

Dec. 6. 1870— Mar. 8. 1871 



Series 



S. journal 

S. ex. docs... 
do 



S. niisc.,docs. 

S. reports 

H. journal.... 
H. ex. docs... 

do.. 

do 

do 



....do 

....do 

....do , 

....do 



do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 



....do 

H. misc. docs.. 

....do 

H. reports.. 



Document no. 



1-53.... 

3G 

1-90. . . . 
266-380. 



1, pt. 1. 
1, pt. 2. 
1, pt. 2. 
1, pt. 3. 
1, pt. 4. 
1, pt. 4. 

2,3 

4-18.... 



19-60 

61-88,90-94. 



95-110. . 

112 

111-153. 



Unnumbered 

1-65 

66-107 

1-53 



Notes 



Except 86, in serial no. 1441, ^"H " ^^ U ^| ( * 
Treaties and conventions, July 4, 177G-May, 1871. 
Congressional Printer's rp., 1870; etc. 
380 is Cost of coliecting revenue. 

Message and Foreign relations, 1870. 

War, 1870, v. 1. 

Same, v. 2: Engineers. 

Navy and Post-Office, 1870. 

Interior, 1870, v. 1. 

Same, v. 2: Education. 

Treasury (Finances) 1870; Comptroller of Currency, 1870. 

Internal Revenue Commissioner, 1870; Estimates for 
1872; etc. 18 is Commercial relations, 1869. 

59 is Treasurer's accounts, 1868. 

93 is Commercial relations, 1870. 

Patent Office, 1870, v. 1. 

Same, v. 2, not issued in Congressional set. 

Same, v. 3, not issued in Congressional set. 

96 is Commerce and navigation, 1870. 

Coast Survey, 1870. 

Except 112, in serial no. 1459. 153 is Smithsonian Insti- 
tution, 1869. 

Agriculture, 1870. 

103 is Beard v. Corker; 104 is Stamped envelopes. 
39 is Indian affairs; 48 is Ventilation of Capitol. 



42d CONGRESS, 1st SESSION 

Mar. 4— Apr. 20, 1871 



>1465 






S. journal 




Contains also proceedings of special session Senate, May 

10-27, 1871, p. 159. 
9 is Report on Santo Domingo Island. Contains also 

S. ex. docs. 1 and 2, special session Senate, May 10-27, 

1871. 
Contains also S. misc. docs. 1-3, special session Senate, 

May 10-27, 1871. 
Committee rp. on outrages in Southern States, with 

North Carolina testimony; etc. Contains also S. rps. 

4 and 5, special session Senate, May 10-27, 1871. 


il466 


.... 


.... 


S. ex. docs 

S. misc. docs... 
S. reports 

H. journal 


1-12 


• 1467 


1-53 


•1468 






1-3 


1469 








<1470 


1 
2 




H. ex. docs 

do 


1-10 


1 is Information for immigrants; 10 is Mining west of 

Rockies (RajTiiond), 1870. 
19 is Hayden's Geological survey of Nebraska; 20 is 

Smithsonian Institution, 1870. 
2, 3, 35, and 36 are Contested elections. 


•1471 


11-20 


.1472 




H. misc. docs. 
'[H. misc. docs.] 


1-43. . . . 


1473 


.... 


.... 


Unniunbered . 


9th census of United States, 1870, v. 1: Population and 
social statistics. 



82452°— 11- 



50 



42d CONGRESS, 1st SESSION— Continued 





> 


1 


Series 


Document no. 


Notes 


1474 






[H. misc. docs.] 
do 


Unnumbered. 

do 

do 

1 


Same, v. 2: Vital statistics. 


1475 




Same, v. 3: Industry and wealth. 


• 1476 






do 

H. report 


Same, Compendiiun. 
See serial no. 1528. 













42d CONGRESS, SPECIAL. SESSION SENATE 

May 10—27, 1871 









S. journal 




See serial no. 1465, p. 159. 






.... 


S.ex. docs 

S. misc. docs.. 
S. reports 


1,2 


See serial no. 1466. 




1-3 


See serial no. 1467. 








4,5. 


See serial no. 1468. 













42d CONGRESS, 2d SESSION 

Dec. 4, 1871— June 10, 1872 



♦1477 






S. journal 






,1478 


1 


.... 


S. ex. docs 


1-5,7-35 


31 is Case of U. S. in Geneva arbitration. 


*1479 


? 




..do 


36-87 


39 is International Penitentiary Congress. 


1480 


s 




do 


6 


Tehuantepec Ship Canal (Shufeldt). 

Fish Commission rp., 1871-72, is Gl, though it bears no 


.1481 


1 




S. misc. docs.. 


1-61 












number except as signatures. 


-1482 


2 
1 




do 


62-167 


149 is Smithsonian Institution, 1871. 


*1483 




S. reports 


6-232 


Except 41, in serial nos. 1484-1496; 183, in serial no. 
1497, and 227, in serial nos. 1498-1500. 










'1484 


2 


1 


do 


41,pt.l 


Affairs in insurrectionary States: rp. & minority views. 


.1485 


2 


2 


do 


41,pt.2 


Same: North Carolina. 


.1486 


2 


3 


do 


41,pt.3 


Same: South Carolina, v. 1. 


-1487 


2 


4 


do 


41, pt. 4 


Same: South Carolina, v. 2. 


.1488 


2 


5 


do 


41, pt. 5 


Same: South Carolina, v. 3. 


-1489 


2 


6 


do 


41, pt.6 


Same: Georgia, v. 1. 


•1490 


2 


7 


do 


41,pt. 7 


Same: Georgia, v. 2. 


.1491 


2 


8 


do 


41, pt. 8 


Same: Alabama, v. 1. 


.1492 


2 


9 


do 


41,pt.9 


Same: Alabama, v. 2. 


«1493 


2 


10 


do 


41,pt. 10 


Same: Alabama, v. 3. 


«1494 


2 


11 


do 


41,pt. 11 


Same: Mississippi, v. 1. 


.1495 


2 


12 


do 


41,pt. 12 


Sam'^: Mississippi, v. 2. 


.1496 


2 


13 


do 


41,pt. 13 


Same: Florida, and miscellaneous. 


•1497 


3 
4 


1 


do 

do 


183 


Sales of ordnance stores. 


■1498 


227 


New York custom-house investigation, v. 1. 


•1499 


4 
4 


2 
3 


do 

do 


227 


Same, v. 2. 


•1500 


227 




«1501 














a 


Message and rps. of War, Navy, Post-Office, Interior, and 
Agriculture, without accompanying docs., 1871. 


•1502 


[1] 




H. ex. docs 












U,pt.l 


Foreign relations, 1871. 


^1508 


2 


1 


do 


l,pt.2 


War, 1871, v. 1. 


• 1504 


2 


2 


do 


l,pt.2 


Same, v. 2: Engineers. 


«1605 


3 


1 


do 


l,pt.5...^... 


Interior rp., 1871, v. 1. 


,1506 


3 


2 


....do 


i,pt.y< .. 


Same, v. 2: Education. 



^ 



u 



42d CONGRESS, 2d SESSION— Continued 



Series 



Document no. 



Notos 



•loiyl 9 

i 



10 



H. ex. docs. 

do 

do 

do 



do 

do 

do 

do 

do 



.do. 



do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 



do 

do 

do 

H. misc. docs. 



H. reports. 

...do.... 
...do.... 
...do.... 
...do.... 
...do.... 
...do.... 
...do.... 
...do.... 
...do.... 
...do.... 
...do.... 
...do.... 
...do.... 
...do.... 
...do.... 



[2 

l,pt. 3. 
l,pt. 4. 

3,4 

5-20. . . . 
21-84... 



85-10(3. . 
107-109. 
110-212. 



121 

213^277. 
278-281. 
283,290. 



[294,322 

282 

282 

282 

284-323,325,326 



324.. 
[327]. 
220.- 
1-33. 



34-110.... 
111-200.-,. 
201-230... 



1-21,23-71. 



22, pt. 1.. 
22,pt.2.. 
22,pt.3.. 
22,pt.4.. 
22,pt.5.. 
22,pt.6.. 
22,pt.7.. 
22,pt.8.. 
22,pt.9.. 
22,pt. 10. 
22,pt. 11. 
22, pt. 12. 
22, pf. T?. 
?2-S:; . 

84-y'j 



Treasury (Finances) 1871. 

Navy, 1871. 

Post-Office, 1871. 

Compt. of Currency, 1871; Internal Revenue Comr,, 1871. 

Estimates for 1873; 15 is Treasurer's accts., 1869. 

29 is Receipts and expenses, 1867; 36 is same for 1868, 37 
for 1869. 

86 is Patent rp. and lists, 1871; KXj is Treasurer's accts., 
1870. 

108 is Commerce and navigation, 1871; 109 is Customs- 
tariff legislation. 

Except 121, in serial no. 1514. 211 is Mining west of 
Rockies (Raymond), 1871. 

Coast Survey, 1871. 

Except 220, in serial no. 1523. 

Survey of Chippewa River, Wis., etc. 

Condition of Treasurer's office; Navigation and customs 
laws. 

Treaty of Wasliington, correspondence; Mail contracts. 

Geneva arbitration, British case and evidence, v. 1. 

Same, v. 2. 

Same, v. 3. 

Except 290, 294, 322, all in serial no. 1516. 317 is Exami- 
nation of consulates; 325 and 326 are Hayden's Geo- 
logical survey of Wyoming and Montana. 

Geneva arbitration, British counter case. 

Agriculture, 1871. 

Commercial relations, 1871. 

15 and 22 are contested elections; 32 -is Cod and whale 
fisheries, by Thos. Jefferson, 1791, and Lorenzo Sabine, 
1852. 

34, 37, 47, 48, 66, 75 are contested elections. 

163 and 182 are contested Texas elections. 

201 is Charges against Navy Dept.; 211 is Political trou- 
bles in Louisiana. 

Contains also H. rp. 1, 42d Cong. 1st sess. 46 is Ordnance 
stores. 

Affairs in insurrectionary States: rp. & minority views. 

Same: North Carolina. 

Same: Soutli Carolina, v. 1. 

Same: South Carolina, v. 2. 

Same: South Carolina, v. 3. 

Same: Georgia, v. 1. 

Same: Georgia, v. 2^ 

Same: Alabama., v. 1. 

Same: Alabaina, v. 2. 

Same: Alabama, v. 3. 

Same;. 'Mississippi, v. 1. 

Sa^ne: Mississippi, v. 2. 

"Same: Florida, and miscellaneous. 

A Hairs in liistrict of Columbia; etc. 

94 is Sutro tunnel; 96 is Frauds against Indian soldiers. 



52 



42d CONGRESS, 3d SESSION 

Dec. 2, 1872— Mar. 3, 1873 



Series 



Document no. 



Notes 



S. journal. 



S. ex. docs... 
S. misc. docs. 



....do.... 
S. reports. 
:...do.... 
....do.... 



H. journal.. 
H. ex. docs. 
...-do 



..do... 
..do... 
.-do... 

..do--. 



.do- 
.do. 
-do. 
-do. 



. :..do: 

do. 

do. 



do 

do 

do 

H. misc. docs. 
do 



.do. 



..do- 
,.do. 



1-52 

1-73,75-103. 



74 

233-456. 

457 

458-523. 



l,pt. 1. 
l,pt. 1. 



1, pt. 1 . 
l,pt. 1. 
1, pt. 1. 

l,pt. 1. 



1, pt. 2-- 
1, pt. 2.. 
l,pt. 5.. 
l,pt.5.- 
l,pt. 3.. 
l,pt. 4.. 
1, pt. 6-- 
l,pt. 7.. 

2 

3,4,6-19. 



5,190. 



20-91 

92-150 

151-159,161-210 



J60 

211-239,241,242 

240 

1-25 

26-99 



100-108,llf>-112, 



109. 
113. 



Contains also proceedings special session Senate, 43d 
Cong., Mar. 4-26, 1873, p. 597. 

9 is Yellow fever quarantine of southern coasts. 

Congressional Printer's rp., 1872; etc. Contains also S. 
misc. docs, 1-11, special session Senate , Mar. 4-26, 1873. 

Fish Commission report, 1872-73. 

451 is Senator Caldwell's election, Kansas, 1871. 

Louisiana investigation. 

512 is Charges against Senator Clayton; 519 is Credit 
Mobilier; 523 is Senator Pomeroy investigation. Con- 
tains also S. rp. 1, special session Senate, Mar. 4-26, 
1873. 

Message and Foreigh relations, 1872 [pt. 1]. 

Same, pt. 2, Papers relating to Treaty of Washington, 
V. 1: Geneva arbitration, Case of U. S., British case, 
U. S. counter case, etc. 

Same, pt. 2, v. 2: Counter case of Gt. Britain, etc. 

Same, pt. 2, v. 3: U. S. and British arguments, etc. 

Same, pt. 2, v. 4: Rp. of U. S. agent, protocols, award, 
etc. 

Same, pt. 2, v. 5: Berlin arbitration (Northwest boun- 
dary). 

War, 1872, v. 1. 

Same, v. 2: Engineers. 

Interior, 1872, v. 1. 

Same, v. 2: Education. 

Navy, 1872. 

Post-OfTice, 1872. 

Board of Public Works, District of Columbia. 

Philadelphia Centennial Commission rp., 1872. 

Treasury (Finances) 1872. 

Compt. of Currency, 1872; Internal Revenue Comr., 
1872; etc. 

Estimates for 1874; Index of patents issued, 1872; also 
H. misc. doc. 44, Receipts and expenses, 1872. 

20 is Treasurer's accts,, 1871; 91 is Louisiana affairs. 

100 is Receipts and expenses, 1870. 

Except 190, in serial no. 1564. 185 is Penitentiary Con- 
gress and National Prison Assoc, rp.; 210 is Mining 
west of Rockies (Raymond), 1872. 

Commercial relations, 1872. 

242 is Commerce and navigation, 1872. 

Coast Survey, 1872. 

25 is Statutes in force in District of Columbia (1872). 

Except 44, in serial no. 1504. 99 is Report of Centennial 
'2*lxposition Commission, 1873; title-page, table of con- 
tends, and preface precede first page of the report, which 
bears .'^he doc. number. 

107 is Sniithsonian IiistUution, 1872; 112 is Hayden's 
Geologica.' survey of Mont., Idaho, Wyo., and Utah. 

Index to pri\''ate claims, 32d-41st Cong. 

Darien Ship C.'uial (Selfridge). 



53 



42d CONGRESS, 3d SESSION— Continued 



l§ 


i 


1 


Series 


Document no. 


Notes 


rl67< 


1 

2 
3 


.... 


H. reports 

do 

do 


1-97 


Except 77, 78, 81, 82, and 96, all in serial no. 1577. 74 


rl577 
.1678 


77,78,81,82,96. 
98 


is Army-staff organization; 85 is Army regulations. 
All relate to Credit Mobiller investigation. 
Indian frauds. 









4:3d CONGRESS, SPECIAL SESSION SENATE 

Mar. 4—26, 1873 



S. journal.,... 

S. ex. docs I 

S. misc. docs..' 1-11 
S. reports 1... 



See serial no. 1544, p. 597. 
None presented. 
See serial no. 1546. 
See serial no. 1550. 



43d CONGRESS, 1st SESSION 











Dec. 1, 18 


73— June 23, 1874 


•1579 






S. journal 






1580 


1 

2 

3 
4 

2 
1 


.... 


S.ex. docs 

do . . 


1-42. 


23 is Condition of steerage-passengers; 30 is Centennial 

Commissioners' rp., with Vienna Exhibition. 
52 is Claim on Brazil for brig Caroline; 53 is Civil Service 

Comn., Apr. 15, 1874; 54 is European light-houses. 
Nicaragua ship canal (Hatfield). 
Index to patents issued, 1873. 
Congressional Printer's rp., 1873; etc. 
129, Fish Commission report, 1873-74, was consolidated 

with S. misc. doc. 108, 43d Cong. 2d sess., serial no. 1631, 

and not printed in this volume. 
Smithsonian Institution, 1873. 


1581 


43-56 


1582 


.... 


do 

do 

S. misc. docs.. 

do 

S. reports 

do 


57 


»1583 


58 


a584 


1-128 




129 


1585 


130 


.1586 


1-280 


242 is Postal telegraph. 
474 is Charges against Congressional I*rinter. 


1687 


2 





|281-306, 308- 
452,454-478. 


1588 
• 1589 
.1590 
.1591 
.159-2 
.1593 


3 
3 

4 

4 
4 


2 
3 


do 

do 

do 

do 

do 


307, pt. 1 

307, pt.2 

453,pt.l 

453, pt.2 

453,pt.3 


Transjwrtation routes to seaboard, v. 1. 

Same, v. 2. 

Affairs in District of Columbia, v. 1. 

Same, v. 2. 

Same, v. 3. 


.1594 
.1595 
.1596 

J 597 
.1598 
.1599 

'1600 


1 
1 

1 

2 
2 
2 

3 

4 
4 

5 


1 
2 
3 

1 
2 
3 


H. ex. docs.... 

do 

do 

do 

do 

.....do 

do 


l,pt.l 

l.Pt.l 

l,pt. I 

l,pt.2 

l,pt.2 

l.Pt.2 

|l,pt.3 

ll,Pt.4 

l,Pt.5 

l,pt.5 

|l,Pt.6 

2 


Message and Foreign relations, 1873, v. 1. 

Same, v. 2: Papers on expatriation, naturalization, etc. 

Same, v. 3: Washington arbitration, American-British 

Claims Commission report. 
War, 1873, v. 1. , . . 
Same, V. 2: Engineers. 
Same, v. 3: Ordnance. 
Navy, 1873. 


rl601 
.1602 

4603 


1 
2 


do 

do 

do 


Post-Office, 1873. 

Interior, 1873, v. 1. 

Same, v. 2: Education. 

Board of Public Works, District of Columbia, 1873. 

Treasury (Finances) 1873. 



54 



43d CONGRESS, 1st SESSION— Continued 



Series 



Document no. 



Notes 



H. ex. docs 

do 

do 



3,4 

5,36,124,187- 
6-35,37-57... 



58-122 

123-132,134-141 



133 

142-210. 



143 

183 

211-219. 
220-255. 
256-290. 



H.misc. docs. 
do 



.do. 



1-52 

53-125 

126-173, 175-264 



.do. 



174 

26.5-299,301. 
[300] 



H. reports. 
do 



.do. 



1-262... 
263-434. 
435-611. 



612-770. 
771-843. 



Compt. of Currency, 1873; Internal Jlevenue Comr., 1873. 

Estimates for 1875; Revenue suits and fines. 

6 is Justice (Attorney-General) 1873; 30 is steamer Vir- 
ginius; 57 is Receipts and expenses, 1871. 

122 is Modoc War. 

Except 124, in serial no. 1605. 132 is Sanborn contracts; 
141 is Mining west of Rockies (Raymond), 1873. 

Coast Survey, 1873. 

Except 143, in serial no. 1611; 183, in serial no. 1612, and 
187, in serial no. 1605. 

Commercial relations, 1873. 

Commerce and navigation, 1873. 

Customs duties and internal taxes refunded, 1873; etc. 

255 is Hurtt court-martial. f^U fA^t. 

285 is Reconnaissance of northwestern Wyommg (Jones).' 

Erroneously assigned to Agriculture report, 1873, which 
was never issued as a Congressional document. 

20 is Sloan vs. Rawls, Georgia election case. 

53 and 125 are Arkansas election cases. 

250 is Postal railway-car service; 264 is Moieties to in- 
formers in revenue frauds. 

Contested Arkansas election, Gunter vs. Wilshire. 

Preliminary rp. on Colorado River of the West; etc. 

Exploration of Colorado River of the West (Powell), 
1869-72. Schedule of volumes on doc. title-page, serial 
nos. 1617-1621, says "indexed as in v. 5," but it only 
appears as a separate quarto without doc. no. 

259 is Forest preservation. 

384 is Reduction of military establishment. 

Sanborn contracts, testimony of 322 pages, is inserted 
between 559 [pt. 1] and 559, pt. 2, on same subject; 
485 is Washington National Monument. 

Except 613, not printed. 626 is Western Arkansas. 

778 is Indian affairs inquiry; 785 is Safe-burglary in at- 
torney's office. 



43d CONGRESS, 2d SESSION 

Dec. 7. 1874— Mar. 3, 1876 



.1628 






S. journal 




Contains also proceedings special session Senate, 44th 

Cong., Mar. 5-24, 1875, p. 453. 
19 is Transportation routes; 25 is Affairs in Arkansas: 

28 is National cemeteries. Contains also S. ex. docs. 


.1629 







S. ex. docs 


1-32.. 
















1 and 2, 44th Cong, special session Senate, Mar. 5-24, 












1875. 


«1630 


^ 




S. misc. docs.. 


1-107,109-122.. 


Contains also S. misc. docs. 1-6, 44th Cong, special ses- 
sion Senate, Mar. 5-24, 1875. 


1631 


2 


.... 


do 

S. reports 


108 


Fish Commission report, 1873-74 and 1874-75. 


1632 


479-693 


Except 540 and 691, not printed; the latter is indexed 
as report on S. 1102, to promote efficiency of Light- 
House Service. 








.1638 







H. journal 







55 



43d CONGRESS, 2d SE88ION~€ontinued 



Is 



#1684 

.1635 

.1«»6 

^#1687 

'16:» 

.I6»9 
flMO 

• IMl 

.1642 
.1643 
.1644 
.Iftlo 
«1646 
.1647 
.1648 

^«1M9 
.1650 

'^.1661 

.1652 
.1653 
.1654 

^.1655 
-1656 
.1657 
.1658 

-"• .1669 
.1660 
.1661 
.1662 



Series 



H. ex. (iocs. 

do 

....do 

....do 



•do. 



.do. 



....do 

H. misc. docs. 



.-dp 

H. reports. 
....do 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



.do. 
.do. 



Document no. 



l.pt.l 

l,pt.2 

l,pt.2 

l,pt.2 

l,pt.3 

1, pt. 4 

7 

l,pt.5 

l,Pt.5 

l,pt.6 

3,4 

5,6,150 

8-44 

45-78. 

79-99 

100 

101-156,158-170 

157 

171 

172-180 



Notes 



Unniimbered 

1-36 

37-93,95 



94,96-100 

1-100 

101-133,135-149 

134 

150-260,203-205 

261 

262 

266-345 



Message and Foreign relations, 1874. 

War, 1874, V. 1. 

Same, v. 2, pt. 1: Engineers. 

Same, v. 2, pt. 2: Engineers. 

Navy, 1874. 

Post-Office, 1874. 

Justice (Attorney-General) 1874. 

Interior, 1874, v. 1. 

Same, v. 2: Education. 

Commissioners of District of Columbia, 1st rp., 1874. 

Treasury (Finances) 1874. 

Compt. of Currency, 1874; Internal Revenue Comr., 1874. 

Estimates for 1876; Indian expenses, 1S74; Patents, 1874. 

10 is Treasurer's accts., 1873; 15 is Post-0 ffice accts. 

Modoc War claims, etc.; 74-78 are River improvements. 

95 is Cholera epidemic of 1873, and history of cholera. 
Coast Survey, 1874. 

Except 150, in serial no. 1643. 

Commercial relations, 1874. 

Commerce and navigation, 1874. 

177 is Mining west of Rockies (Raymond), 1874; 179 is 

Receipts and expenses, 1872. 
Agriculture report, 1874. 
21 is Louisiana election, Lawrence vs. Sypher. 
56 is Smithsonian Institution, 1874; 92 is Index of bills 

relating to banks, currency, tariff, etc., lst-42d Congs. 

96 is Improvements in District of Columbia, 1871-74. 
2 is Poland's rp. on Affairs in Arkansas. 
Condition of the South (Louisiana affairs); etc. 
Allen claims, mode of adjusting. 

150 is Printing of U. S. notes; 265 is VIcksburg troubles. 

Condition of the South. 

Affairs in Alabama. 

268 is Pacific mall steamship subsidy. 



44tli CONGRESS, SPECIAL. SESSION SENATE 

Mar. 6—24, 1876 



S. Journal 

S. ex. docs 

S. misc. docs.. 

S. reports 



1,2. 
1-6. 



See serial no. 1628, p. 453. 

See serial no. 1629. Document headings read only "spe- 
cial session." 

See serial no. 1030. Document headings read only "spe- 
cial session." 

None submitted. 



44tli CONGRESS, 1st SESSION 

Dec. 6, 1876— Aug. 16, 1876 



1668 
1664 
1665* 
1666 



1 .... 

2 .... 



S. journal ' 

S. ex. docs I 1-94 

S. mlso. docs. . j 1-106, 108-131 
do I 107 



94 is Davidson's Irrigation In India, Europe, etc 
115 is SmittLsonian Institution, 1875. 
Fish Commission report, 1875-76. 



56 



44tli CONGRESS, 1st SESSION— Gontinued 



■ga 



Series 



Document no. 



Notes 



^ •1667 

^•1668 

^ .1669 

.1670 

'1671 

.1672 

'' .1673 

^,l-^-.1674 

^".1675 

.1676 

11677 

a678 

, 1679 

«1680 
.1681 

•1682, 



1684 



.1687 
>1688 



1690 
1691 



•1692 
•1693 
1694 



1697 



1700 
.1701 
1702 

1703 
1704 
1705 
1706 
1707 
.1708 
•1709 



S. reports... 

do 

do 

do 

H. journal.,. 

H. ex. docs.. 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

..do 

..do 

..do 



1-328 

329-526,528-534. 

527.. , 

527 



l,pt.l.... 

l,pt.l.... 

l,pt.2.... 

l,pt.2.... 

l,pt.2.... 

l,pt.2.... 

l,pt.2.... 
ri,pt.3.... 
ll,pt.4.... 

l,pt. 5.... 

l,pt. 5.... 
fl, pts. 6-9. 
17-13 

2 



.do. 



3,4 

5, 6, 107. 

14-21.... 



.do. 



22-80, 82, 83. 



do 

..do 

do 

..do 



81 

84-123, 12&-158. 

124 

159-195 



....do 

....do 

[H. ex. docs.]. 

....do 

....do 

....do 

H, misc. docs. 
....do 



166.. 
J91.. 
ri96]. 



[196].. 
[196].. 
[196].. 
1-49.. 
50-82. 



....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do..... 

....do 

....do 

H. reports.. 
....do 



61,65 

83-103 

104-169, 171-174 

170, pts. 1-3.... 

170,pt.5 

170,ptS.4,6-«.. 

175-186 

187-194 

1-342 

343-440 



331 is Geo. E. Spencer election inquiry. 
Mississippi elections in 1875, v. 1. 
Same, v. 2. 

Message and Foreign relations, v, 1, 1875. 

Same, v. 2. 

War, 1875, v. 1. 

Same, v. 2, pt. 1: Engineers. 

Same, v. 2, pt. 2: Engineers. 

Same, v. 3: Ordnance. 

Same, v. 4: Signal OfBce. 

Navy, 1875. 

Post-Office, 1875. 

Interior, 1875, v. 1. 

Same, v. 2: Education. 

Pts. 7 and 8 are Commissioners of D. C, 1875. 

Post-Office accts., 1875; etc. 

Treasury (Finances) 1875. 

Compt. of Currency, 1875; Internal Revenue Comr. , 1875 

Estimates for 1877; Indian expenses, 1875; Patents, 

1875. 
14 is Justice (Attorney- General) 1875; 21 is Labor in 

Europe and America. 
83, Seal-fisheries in Alaska, includes Elliott's report, 

bound after p. 201. 
Coast Survey, 1875. 
Except 107, in serial no, 1685. 
Commerce and navigation, 1875. 
Except 166, in serial no. 1692, and 191, in serial no. 

1693. 159 is Mining west of Rockies (Raymond), 18'?5. 
Commercial relations, 1875. 
Mail contracts. 

Vienna International Exhibition, 1873, v. 1: Introduc- 
tion, executive commission, agriculture. 
Same, v. 2: Science, education. 
Same, v. 3: Engineering. 

Same, v. 4: Architecture, metallurgy, general index. 
47-49 are Contested election cases. 
Except 61 and 65, both in serial no. 1700. 54, 55, 57, 

58, 64, and 82 are Contested elections. 
Contested elections from Illinois and Virginia. 
103, 3 pts., is Investigation of Board of Audit, D. C. 
147 is Nat. Home for D. V. Soldiers, 1875; 167 is Indian. 

affairs, investigation; 174 is Hallet Kilbourn case. 
Report on naval affairs, v. 1. 
Same, v. 2. 
Same, v. 3. 

186 is Whisky fraud mvestigation. 
Post-Offlce Dept. expenditures, testimony; etc. 

Except 353 and 394, not printed; no. 389, pt. 2 only 
appears. 354 is Army reorganization and transfer of 
Indian Bureau; 440 is Pacific railroads. 



57 



44tli CONGRESS, 1st SESSION— Continued 



p 


1 


1 


Series 


Document no. 


Notes 


•1710 
•#1711 


3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 
9 




H. reports — 

do 

do 


441-578, 58(Mi22 
679 


496 is Govt. Printing Office investigation; 602 is Freed- 

man's Savings and Trust Co. investigation. 
The Emma mine. 


,•1712 


623-784 

785-793 

794-n814 

799,800........ 

816-842 


623 Is Investigation of Alaska affairs; 761, of New Yorlc 


•1718 




do 


P. 0. building; 784, of Navy Dept. 
787 is Venezuelan Mixed Commission; 793 is Govt. Hos- 


.1714 

•1716 
.1716 





do 

do 

do 


pital for Insane, investigation. 
Except 799 and 800, in serial no. 1715. 814 Is Post-Offlce 

Dept. Investigation. 
War Dept. management; Justice Dept. exx)enses. 
816 Is Conduct of Federal ofTicers In Louisiana. 



44tli CONGRESS, 2d SESSION 

Dec. 4, 1876— Mar. 3, 1877 



.'1717 






S. journal 




Contains also proceedings special session Senate, 46th 

Cong., Mar. 5-17, 1877, p. 433. 
2 is Investigation of electoral vote In Louisiana. 
Court of Commissioners of Alabama Claims. 


*1718 


1 

2 

3 

4 
1 
2 
3 
4 
6 

6 
6 
6 


.... 


S.ex.docs 

do 


1-20 




f21. 


.1719 


22-30,32-36.... 
39-46 


27 Is European ships of war (King). 

46 Is Digest of opinions of Attys.-Gen., rev. ed. (Cad- 

walader). Contains also S. ex. doc. 1, 45th Cong. 

special session Senate, Mar. 5-17, 1877. 
Mexican claims, list; State Dept. expenses, 1789-1876. 
Coast Survey, 1876. 
20 is Railway mail transjwrtatlon. 
Electoral vote of Louisiana in 1876. 


'1720 


31,38 


»1721 


.... 


do 

S.misc. docs... 
do 


37 


.1722 
«1723 


1-13,15-^3 

14 


• 1724 


1 
2 
3 


do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

[S. misc. does.] . 
... .do 


44.46 


Electoral vote In South; Smithsonian Institution, 1876. 


#1725 


45 


Mississippi elections, 1875 and 1876. 


1726 


47 


Fish Commission report, not printed here; issued in 45th 

Cong. 2d sess., serial no. 1787. 
South Carolina elections, 1875 and 1876, v. 1. 


#1727 


48 


.1728 


48 


Same, v. 2. 


,1729 


48 


Same, v. 3. 


1780 


Unnumbered . 

do 

f 535-700, 702.... 
1704-706 

611 


Charters and constitutions, 2d ed. (Poore), pt. 1. 

Same, pt. 2. 

Except 611, in serial no. 1733; 689, in serial no. 1734. 

704 is Alabama elections, 1874-76. 

Florida election in 1876. 


1731 






«1782 
.1788 


1 

2 
3 
4 
4 
4 


1 
2 
3 


S. reports 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

H. journal 


.1784 


689 


Chinese immigration investigation. 
Louisiana elections, 1876, v. 1. 


t .1786 


701 


«1736 


701 


Same, v. 2. 


1787 


701 


Same, v. 3. 


-1738 
.1789 
.1740 


5 
5 


2 


703[pt.ll 

703, pt.2 


U. S. Monetary Commission, 1876, report, v. L 
Same, v. 2. 


•1741 
.1742 
,1748 
*174^ 
.1746 
. *1746 
.1747 


1 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 


1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 


H. ex. docs — 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 


Upt.l 

l,pt.2 

l,Pt.2 

l,pt.2 

l,pt.2......... 

l,pt.2 

l,pt.2 


Message and Foreign relations, 1876. 

War, 1876, V. 1. 

Same, v. 2, pt. 1: Engineers. 

Same, v. 2, pt. 2: Engineers. 

Same, v. 2, pt. 3: Engineers. 

Same, v. 3: Ordnance. 

Same, v. 4: Signal Office. 



58 



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Series 



Document no. 



Notes 



H. ex. docs 

do 

do..... 

do 



..do 

..do 

..do 



..do 

..do 

..do 

..do 

..do 

..do 

..do 

H.misc.docs. 

.-do 

..do 

..do 

..do 

..do 

..do 

rejMjrts. . 

.do 



1, pts. 3 and 4 

1, pt. 5 

l,pt.5 

1, pts. 6-8... 
7-20 

2 

3,4 

5,6,36 

|21-35, 37-39.. 
141,42,44 

40, pt. 1 

40, pt. 2 

43 

45 

46 [pt. 1] . . . . 

46, pt. 2 

fl-12, 14-33. . . 
136-45 

13 

31, pts. 1-3.. 

34, pts. 1,2.. 

34, pts. 3,4.. 

34, pts. 5,6.. 

35, pts. 1-3.. 

1-156 , 

157-219 



Post-Office, 1876; Navy, 1876. 
Interior, 1876, v. 1. 
Same, v. 2: Education. 

Commissioners of District of Columbia, 1876; etc. 
7, 9, 11, 13 are Department expenses; 20 is Justice (At- 
torney-General) 1876. 
Treasury (Finances) 1876. 

Compt. of Currency, 1876; Internal Revenue Comr., 1876. 
Estimates for 1878; Indian expenses, 1876; Patents, 1876. 
30 is Use of Army in Southern States in 1876. 
44 is Agency of Steinberger in Samoan Islands. 

} Philadelphia Centennial Exhibition, not issued in this 
form, see serial nos. 2119-2120. 
Mail contracts, 1876. 
Commercial relations, 1876. 
Commerce and navigation, 1876 [pt. 1]. 
Same, pt. 2: 1st report on internal commerce. 
Except 31, in serial no. 1764. 
42 is Testimony before Electoral vote committee. 
Counting electoral votes, 1787-1876. 
South Carolina election, 1876. 
Louisiana election, 1876, pts. 1 and 2. 
Same, pts. 3 and 4. 
Same, pts. 5 and 6. 
Florida elections, 1876. 
156, 2 pts., is Louisiana election. 
175, 2 pts., is South Carolina election; 185 is Monetary 

Commission, 1876, same report as found on first 208 p. 

in serial no. 1738; 218 is Election in northern cities. 



45tli CONGRESS, SPECIAL SESSION SENATE 

Mar. 6—17, 1877 



S. journal 

S. ex. docs 

S. misc. docs... 
S. reports 



See serial no. 1717, p. 
See serial no. 1719. 
See serial no. 1785. 
None presented. 



45tli CONGRESS, 1st SESSION 
Oct. 15— Dec. 3, 1877 



S. journal..., 
S. ex. docs.. 
do , 



S. misc. docs. 

S. reports 

H. journal 

H. ex. docs... 

H.misc.docs. 



1, 2, 5-9. 

3,4 

1-15 

1-25 



1-21 

1-5,9,12-20. 



See serial no. 1780. 
See serial no. 1782. 
See serial no. 1785. 
See serial no. 1789. 

Except 5,. in serial no. 1805. 13 is Mexican border 

troubles. 
Except 16, in serial no. 1778. 2, 4, 5, 9 are Elections. 



59 



46tli CONGRESS, Ist SESSION— Continued 



p 




t 


Series 


Document no. 


Notes 


• 1775 


2 

3 

4 
5 




H. misc. docs . 

do 

do 

do 

H. reports..... 


6,7 


Ck>ntested elections. Dean vs. Field and Richardson vs. 


.1776 
•1777 


8,11 

10 


Rainey. 
Same, Haralson vs. Slielley and Tillman vs. Smalls. 
Same, Finley vs. Bisbee, jr. 
Same, Niitting vs. Reilly. 
See serial no, 1822. 


• 1778 


16 




1-4 













4:5tli CONGRESS, 2d SESSION 

Dec. 3, 1877— June 20, 1878 



*1779 






S. journal . . 






«1780 


1 




S.ex. docs 


1-35 


Except 12, in serial no. 1783. 24 is Franco-German war 












and the Commune, 1870-71. Contains also S. ex. docs. 


• 1781 


? 




do 


3G-100 


1, 2, 5-9, 45th Cong. 1st sess. 

Except 69, in serial no. 1784, and 84, in serial no. 1782. 

D. C. expenditures, 1790-1876. Contains also 45th Cong. 
1st sess., S. ex. docs. 3 (Navy Dept. expenditures, 1789- 
1876) and 4 (Anny and navy pensions, 1789-1876). 

Coast Survey, 1877. 

Bridging Mississippi River. 

35 is Smithsonian Inst., 1877. Contains also S. misc. 


.1782 


3 

4 
5 




do 

do 

do 

S. misc. docs... 


84 


>1788 


12 


•1784 


60. . 


rl785 


1-35 


•1786 
•1787 


2 
3 
4 

1 

2 


.... 


do....T... 

do 

. .do 


36-48,51-89.... 
49. 


doc. 1, 45th Cong, special session Senate, Mar. 5-17, 

1877; also S. misc. docs. 1-15, 45th Cong. 1st sess. 
85 is McGarrahan claim, Panoche Grande, Cal. 
Fish Commission report, 1877. 
Arguments to amend patent laws. 
Contains also S. reports 1-25, 45th Cong. 1st sess. Pt. 2 

of rp. 25 is incorrectly headed "2d session." 209 is 

Freedmen's Hospital investigation. 


• 1788 


50.. . 


• 1789 




S. reports 

-r 

do 


26-209 


.1790 


210-512 


*1791 


3 




do 


513-546 


540 is Investigation of G rover election, Oregon. 


,1792 




H. journal 


.1798 

.1796 
.1796 
.1797 


1 
2 
3 
4 
5 


.... 


H. ex. docs.... 
do 


l,Pt.l 

l,pt.2 

l.pt.2 

l,pt.2 

l,Pt.2 


Message and Foreign relations, 1877. 
War, 1877, V. 1. ' 





do 

do 

do 


Same, v. 2, pt. 1: Engineers. 
Same, v. 2, pt. 2: Engineers. 
Same, v. 3: Ordnance. 


.1798 
.1799 
.1800 


6 

7 
8 





do 

.....do 

do 


l,pt.2 

1, pts. Sand 4. 
1, pt. 5 


Same, v. 4: Signal Office. 
Navy, 1877; Post-Offlce, 1877. 
Interior, 1877, v. 1. 


.1801 


9 
10 

11 

12 
13 




do 


1, pt. 5 

fl, pts. 6-8 

[7-33 


Same, v. 2: Education. 

Commissioners of D. C, 1877; Washington Mommient. 


•1802 




do 






do 

do 

do 


Justice (Attorney-General) 1877; etc. 

Treasury (Finances) 1877. 

Compt. of Currency, 1877; Internal Revenue Comr., 1877. 

Estimates for 1879; Indian exi)enses, 1877; Patents, 

1877; Arid region ( Powell). Contains also 45th Cong. 

1st sess., H. ex. doc. 5 (Deficiency estimates). 
Except 85 and 39, in serial no. 1807. 49 and 52 relate to 

Mississippi River improvement. 
Receipts and expenses, 1873 and 1874. The 1876 report 

is in serial no. 2028, 


.1808 


2 


•1804 


3,4 . .. . 


,1805 


5,6,61, 73 


«1806 
.1807 


14 
16 


.... 


do 

.do 


J34-50, 52-«), 
1 62-72. 
35.39 











60 



45tli CONGRESS, 2d SESSION— Continued 



|a 


i 


1 


Series 


Document no. 


Notes 


.1808 
• 1809 


16 

17 

18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
1 

2 
3 

4 
5 
6 

7 
1 
2 
3 

4 
5 




H. ex. docs . . . 
. ...do 


51 

74-88,91-101... 

89 


Mail contracts, 1877. 

98, Tests of metals, 1875-78, includes Report of U. S. 
board, and Report of committees, each with full title- 
page. A 2d ed, of doc. 98 was issued later without 
doc. no. as V. 1 of the report (Y3. Ir6: R29i-2), v. 2 of 
which appeared both with and without doc. no. See, 
for Congressional ed. of v. 2, serial no. 1921. 

Halifax Commission (Fisheries) 1877, v. 1. 


rlSlO 




do 

do 

do 

do 

do , 

H. misc. docs. . 

.do 


,.1811 


89 


Same, v. 2. 


,1812 


89. 


Same, v. 3. 


*1818 


90 


Commerce and navigation, 1877. 
Commercial relations, 1877. 


»1814 


102.. 


#1815 
.1816 


1-30,32-35 

31,2pts 

36-50 


11 and 30 are Venezuelan Mixed Commission testimo- 
nies. 

Investigation of State Dept. expenses. 

Charges against John W. Polk, doorkeeper of House; 
etc. 

51 is Frost vs. Metcalfe; 56 is Reorganization of Army. 

Contested elections in House, 1871-76. 


,1817 




do 


>1818 




do 


51,53-56 

52. 


• 1819 




do 

do 


.1820 


57-62,64-66.... 
63 


Resumption of specie payments; Texas border troubles; 

etc. 
Navy Dept. investigation. 


fl821 




do 

H. reports 

do 


• 1822 


1-245 


Contains also H. rps. 1-4, 45th Cong. 1st sess. 


»1823 


246-588 

589-701 

702-833 

834-1018 


a824 




::::.do:::.:.:: 


701 is Relations with Mexico, 1825-77, with Texas fron- 


«1825 




do 


tier troubles appended after p. 460. 
787 is Investigation of Navy Dept. expenses. 
Except 899, not printed, and 1018, in serial no. 1866. 

951 is McGarrahan claim, Panoche Grande, Cal. 


•1826 


.... 


do 



45tli CONGRESS, 3d SESSION 

Dec. 2, 1878— Mar. 3, 1879 



■1827 






S. journal 






.1828 


1 





S. ex. docs 


1-12, 14-48 


Except 27, in serial no. 1830. 25 is Sheep-husbandry. 


il829 


9, 




do 


13,75 


Coast Survey, 1878; Panama and Napipi ship canal 
route. Contains also S. misc. doc. 16, D. C. estimates. 






















and Contributions to science of hydraulic engineering, 












by Edw. Fontaine, 1879, unnumbered. 


*1830 


3 

4 




do 

do 


27. 


Hall's 2d Arctic expedition. 


.1831 


49-57,59^74.... 


59 is Alaska resources, etc.; 74 is Centennial rp. 


»1832 


5 




do 


58 


International Monetary Conference at Paris, 1878. 


<l8;i3 


1 


.... 


S. misc. docs... 


1-30,32-80 


Except 16, in serial no. 1829; 63 and 69, in serial no. 
1835. 13, 17, 25, and others relate to sewerage in D. C, 


-1834 


2 
3 

4 


.... 


do 

do 


31 


Fish Commission report, 1878. 

Transfer of Indian Bureau; Smithsonian Institution, 


«1835 


53,59.. 


18861 




do 


81[pt.l] 


1878. 
Reports of Committees on Private Land Claims, 2d sess. 












19th Cong.-lst sess. 44th Cong., pt. 1: Senate. 


18362 


4 




do 


81,ptS.2,3 


Same, pts. 2 and 3: Hous6. 


^1837 


1 





S. reports 


647-693 


555 is Reorganization of Army. 


^838 


2 


.... 


do 


694-869 


Except 744, in serial no. 1839, and 865, in serial no. 1840. 
805 is Competing telegraph lines. 



61 



4:5th CONGRESS, 3d SESSION— Continued 



10 



1867 



Series 



S. reports.. 

....do 

II. journal.. 
U.ex. docs. 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 



.do 

.do 

.do..... 
.do...., 



....do.. 
....do.. 
....do.. 
....do.. 
....do.. 
H. misc. docs. 



do... 

do... 

do... 

do... 

H reports 



.do. 



Document no. 



744 

855, 2 pts. 



l.ptl 

l,pt.2 

l,pt.2 

l,pt.2 

l,pt.2 

l,pt.2 

l,pt.2 

1, pts. 3 and 4. 

l,pt.5 

l,pt.5 

pts. 6, 7 

7-31 

2 



3,4.... 

5,6,48. 



32, pts. 1,2... 

32,pt.3 

33-87,89-107. 



108.. 
1-21. 



22,23 

24-30,32-34... 

31[pt. 1] 

31, pts. 2-5.... 
1-118,120-168. 



119,169-291. 



Notes 



Affairs in Indian Territory. 

Elections of 1878, v, 1, Louisiana; v. 2, South Carolina. 

Message and Foreign relations, 1878. 

War, 1878, V. 1. ^ 

Same, v. 2, pt. 1: Engineers. 

Same, v. 2, pt. 2: Engineers. 

Same, v. 2, pt. 3: Engineers. 

Same, v. 3: Ordnance. 

Same, v. 4: Signal Office. 

Navy, 1878; Post-Offlce, 1878. 

Interior, 1878, v. 1. 

Same, v. 2: Education. 

Commissioners of District of Columbia, 1878; etc. 

Justice (Attorney- General) 1878; etc. 

Treasury (Finances) 1878. 

Compt. of Currency, 1878; Internal Revenue Comr., 1878. 

Estimates for 1880; Indian expenses, 1878; Patents, 
1878. Contains also H. rp. 52, Indexing journals of 
Congress. 

Commerce and navigation, 1878, pts. 1 and 2. 

Same [pt. 3): Internal commerce. 

Except 48, in serial no. 1855. 

Mail contracts. 

Commercial relations, 1878. 

8 is Monetary system of tlie world (Mey^r); 16, Post- 
Office; 21, Naval affairs. 

Investigations of Judge Blodgett and John I. Davenport. 

29 is Depression in labor and business. 

Presidential election investigation, 1876, v. 1. 

Same, v. 2-5: Florida; Louisiana; Cipher telegrams. 

Except 52 , in serial no. 1855, and 127 , not printed. Con- 
tains also H. rp. 1018, 45th Cong. 2d sess. 53 is Metric 
system; 140 is Presidential election report. 

Investigation of public printing and binding; etc. 



46tli CONGRESS, 1st SESSION 

Mar. 18-^uly 1, 1879 



1868 
il869 



S. journal 

S. ex. docs 

do 

do 

do 

S. misc. docs... 

S. reports 

H. journal 

H. ex. docs 

H. misc. docs.. 



1-30,32-36,38. 



31 

37, pts. 1, 2. 
37,pt.3.... 

1-50 

1-9 



1-11 

1-13, 15-20. 



24 is Liability of States for direct tax,with statutes, 1798- 

1868. 
Observations of transit of Venas in 1874. 
Report of case of Fitz John Porter, v, 1. 
Same, v. 2, with maps. 
46 is Imports, duties, 1867-78. 
See serial no. 1893. 

3 is Statistical abstract, 1st, 1878; 5 is Consular reports 

on State of labor in Europe, 1878. 
Except 21, not printed, and 23, in serial no. 1880. 8, 9, 

15, 24-26 are Contested elections. 



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> 


1 


Series 


Document no. 


Notes 


•1877 

.1878 
.1879 

#1880 


2 
3 
4 
5 




H. misc. docs.. 
...do 


14,pts.[l],2.... 

14,pt.3 

14,pt.4 

23 


Pennsylvania election, Curtin vs. Yocum, v. 1. 

Same, v. 2. 

Same, v. 3. 

New York election, Duffy vs. Mason. 

See serial no. 1934. 




.... 


do... 

do 

H. reports 






1-36 












• 



4:6tli CONGRESS, 2d SESSION 

Dec. 1, 1879— June 16, 1880 



S. journal.. 
S. ex. docs. 

do 

do 



..do. 



...do 

...do...... 

...do 

...do 

S. misc. docs. 

...do...... 

...do 

S. reports... 



.do 

.do..... 



....do 

H. journal.. 
H. ex. docs. 

...do.. 

...do.- 

...do.. 

...do.. 

...do.. 

...do.. 

...do.. 



1-16, 18-50. 
17 

51-99 



100-180 

181-207,210-216. 



208. 



209 [pt. 1] . 
209, pt. 2. 



209, pt. 3 

209, pt. 4.... 

1-53 

54-58,60-104. 

59 

10-340 



277 

303,2 pts 

341-387,389-487 



388 

488-571. 



572-670. 
671-725. 



693, pts. 2, 3. 



1, pt. 1.... 
1, pt. 2.... 
l,pt.2.... 
1, pt. 2.... 
1, pt. 2... 
l,pt. 2..., 
1, pt. 2... 
1, pts. 3 and 4. 



29 and 31 are Ute Indian affairs. 

Coast and Geodetic Survey, 1879. 

51 is Foreign systems of naval education; 74 is Claims 
against U. S. 

112 is Interoceanic canal. 

181 is Patents for public lands; 188 is Harbor of refuge. 
Pacific Coast. 

Report on State of technical education, not printed here; 
it is found as 47th Cong. 2d sess., S. ex. doc. 25, serial 
no. 2075. 

Art and industry, pt. 1: Drawing in public schools. 

Same, pt. 2: Industrial and manual training. Incor- 
rectly stamped on back as v. 8, instead of v. 7, pt. 2. 

Same, pt. 3: Industrial training in private institutions. 

Same,pt.4: Industrial training in technical schools, etc. 

12 is Civil code of law for District of Columbia. 

Smithsonian Institution, 1879; etc. 

Fish Commission report, 1879. 

Except 125, not printed; 277 and SOS, in serial no. 1894. 
Contains also S. rps. 1-9, 46th Cong. 1st sess. 

Election of Senator John J. Ingalls. 

Civil service and retrenchment in Rhode Island. 

440 is Investigation of Freedman's Savings and Trust 
Co. 

Louisiana election, Spofford vs. Kellogg. 

497 is Alleged election frauds; 539 is Treasury investiga- 
tion. 

572 is Alleged election frauds; 670 is Removal of Ponca 
Indians. 

Except 724, not printed. 693 is Negro exodus from 
Southern to Northern States, pt. 1; see, for pts. 2 and 
3, serial no. 1900. 708 is Removal of Northern Chey- 
enne Indians. 

Negro exodus, pts. 2 and 3. 

Message and Foreign relations, 1879. 
War, 1879, v. 1. 
Same, v. 2, pt. 1: Engineers. 
Same, v. 2, pt. 2: Engineers. 
Same, v. 2, pt. 3: Engineers. 
Same, v. 3: Ordnance. 
Same, v. 4: Signal Office. 
Navy, 1879; Post- Office, 1879. 



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7^ 


^ 


Series 


Document no. 


Notes 


> 


t 








• 1010 


9 




H. ex. docs.... 


l,Pt.5 


Interior, 1879, v. 1. 


'1911 


10 
11 




do 


l,pt.5 

l,pt.5 


Same, v. 2. 


•1912 


.... 


do 


Same, v. 3: Education. 


, 'ms 


12 




do 


|1, pts. 6-8...... 

18,11,12,14-22.. 


Comrs. of D. C, 1879; CivU service in Gt. Brit, and U. 8. 
•Justice (Attomey-General) 1879; etc. 


*19U 


18 




do 


2 


Treasury (Finances) 1879. 


.1915 


14 




do 


3,4 


Compt. of Currency, 1879; Internal Revenue Comr., 1879. 


•1916 


IR 




do 


5,6,33. . 


Estimates for 1881; Indian expenses, 1879; Patents, 
1879. 












<1917 


16 




do 


7 


Commerce and navigation, 1879. 


«1918 


17 


■ 


do 


9 


Resumption of specie payments, 1879. 
National Board of Health report, 1879. 
Treasurer's accounts, 1879. 


#1919 


IR 




do 


10 


.1920 


19 




do 


13,2pts 


"•1921 


20 




do 


23 


Tests of metals, v. 2, 1878-79. See, for v. 1, serial no. 












1809, and note thereunder. 


•1922 


?1 




.do 


24-45 


Except 33, in serial no. 1916. 37 is Forestry (Hough), 
V. 2; v. 3 is in serial no. 2046; v. 1 and 4 are not in 






















Congressional set. 


^•1928 


22 




do 


46,48-51 


Public Lands Comn., 1879; 51 is Statistic&l abstract. 












1879. 


.1924 


23 
?4 




do 

...do 


47 


Mail contracts. 

Except 66, indexed as Survey of Chattahoochee River, 
not printed. 62 is Enforcement of revenues. 


*192d 


52-89 












#1926 


25 




do 


90,pt.l 


Commercial relations, 1879, v. 1. 

Same, v. 2. \ ^. 


•19*27 


26 




do 


90,pt.2 


•1928 


1 




H. misc. docs. . 


1-18 


5 is Depression in business, and Chinese iitimigration. 
23 is Ohio elections; 26 is Ocean National Bank, New 
York. 


''«1929 


2 




do 


19-30 










fl«M> 
•1981 


3 




do 


31, 3 pts 

32-39,41-47.... 


Postal star service inquiry. 

38 is Ute Indian outbreak; 39 is District of Columbia 


4 




do 












investigation; 41 is Voelter's paper pulp patent. 


•1982 


5 




do 


40,pt.l 

40, pt. 2 


Contested election, Mackey vs. O'Connor, pt. 1 
Same, pt. 2. 


•1988 


6 




do 


.•1984 


1 




H. reports 


1-197 


14 is Metric system. Contains also H, rps. 1-36, 46tb 
Cong. 1st sess. 


«1935 


2 




do 


198-572 


Except pt. 1 of 428, missing in P. D. L. copy. 


•1986 


3 




do 


573-981 


Except 758 and 759, not printed. 

Except 1736, not printed; 1776, in serial no. 1939. 1790, 


'^«1987 


4 
5 




. .do 


982-1520. 

1521-1793 


»1938 




do 










' 


indexed as Anonymous letter investigation in con- 












tested-election case of Donnelly vs. Washburn, not 












printed here, see 46th Cong. 3d sess., H. rp. 395, in 












serial no. 1983. 


•1939 


6 




do 


1776 


General index of- journals, Ist-lOth Congresses. 



4:6tli CONGRESS, 3d SESSION 

Dec. 6, 1880— Mar. 3, 1881 



S, journal Contains also proceedings special s^lon Senate, 47th 

\ Cong., Mar. 4-May 20, 1881, p. 403. 

S. ex, does 1-11,13-30 9 is Trichinae and trichinosis; 27 is Agriculture, 1880 

j (preliminary). 

do I 12 1 Coast and Geodetic Survey, 1880. 



64 



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—^ 

t)6cument no. 



Series 



Notes 



♦1943 



^ «1944 

_ ♦ 1Mb 2 

»1»46 2 

V.1947 i 3 

,1948 I 1 



^ •1949 

11950 

1 •1951 

.1952 



il954 

, a955 

^^1956 

.. *1957 

«1958 

„vl959 

, 'I960 

„. a96i 

»1962 
.1963 
.1964 
.1965 

*1966 
^^967 



•1968 I 18 



♦1969 
•1970 
il971 
«1972 
•1973 
^1974 

•rl975 
'1976 
«1977 
,1978 



*1979 
• 1980 
.1981 
tl982 



(1984 



S. ex. docs 



S. misc. docs.. 

do 

do 

do 

S. reports 



31-63. 



1-13, 15-28, 30- 
50. 



....do 

H. journal.. 
H. ex. docs. 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 



....do 

....do 

H.misc. docs. 
H. reports — 
....do 



14[pt.l]. 
14, pt. 2. 

29 

726-935.. 



916. 



l,pt. 1 

1, pt. 2 

l,pt.2 

l,pt.2 

l,pt.2 

l,pt.2 

l,pt.2 

1, pts.3 and 4 

1, pt.5 

1, pt. 5 

1, pt. 5 

1. pt. (1 

2 



3,4.-.. 
5,6,67- 



7, 2 pts. 



9-11,14-41,43- 
46, 48-66. 

12,13 

42, pt. 1 

42, pt. 2 

42, pt. 3 

42, pt. 4 

42, pt.5 



47, pts. 1,4... 
47, pts. 2,3... 

55 .'... 

68-80,82-97,99 



1-19- . . . 
1-343... 
344-400- 



Many relate to river improvements; 62 is Criminals sent 
to U. S. Contains also 47th Cong, special session Sen- 
ate, Mar. 4-May 20, 1881, S. ex. docs. 1-5. 3 is Capitu- 
lations of Ottoman Empire, 

1 is Senate expenses, 1880; 31 is Smithsonian Institution, 
1880. Contains also 47th Cong, special session Senate, 
Mar. 4-May 20, 1881, S. misc. docs. 1-23. 

List of private claims, Senate, 14th-46th Congs., v. 1. 

Same, v. 2. 

Fish Commission report, 1880. 

Except 916, in serial no. 1949. Contains also 47th Cong, 
special session Senate, Mar. 4-May 20, 1881, S. rp. 1. 

Election frauds in New York, Philadelphia, and Boston. 

Message and Foreign relations, 1880. 

War, 1880, v. 1. 

Same, v. 2, pt. 1: Engineers. 

Same, v. 2, pt. 2: Engineers. 

Same, v. 2, pt. 3: Engineers. 

Same, v. 3: Ordnance. 

Same, v. 4: Signal Office. 

Navy, 1880; Post-Office, 1880. 

Interior, 1880, v. 1. 

Same, v. 2. 

Same, v. 3: Education. 

Commissioners of District of Columbia, 1880. 

Treasury (Finances) 1880. 

Compt. of Currency, 1880; Internal Revenue Comr., 1880. 

Estimates for 1882; Indian expenses, 1880; Patents, 1880. 
Contains also 46th Cong. 3d sess., H. misc. doc. 5. 

Commerce and navigation, 1880 [2 pts.]. 

National Board of Health, 1880, 

1 Except 55, in serial no. 1977. Justice (Attorney-General) 
J 1880; etc. Many relate to river surveys. 

Treasurer's accts., 1880; 6th Auditor's accts. 

Paris Universal Exposition, 1878, v. 1. 

Same, v. 2: Fine arts, education, carving, fabrics. 

Same, v. 3: Iron and steel, ceramics, glass, forestry, etc. 

Same, v. 4: Chemistry, mining, engines, machines, etc. 

Same, v. 5: Agriculture, live stock, horticulture, pisci- 
culture. 

Laws relating to survey and disposition of public land. 

Same. 

Mail contracts. 

68 is Fines for mail contracts, 1880; 84 is Statistical ab- 
stract, 1880; 99 is Mint Bureau, production of precious 
metals, 1880, 

Decisions of 1st Comptroller, v, 1, 1880, 2d edition. 

Commercial relations, 1880 and 1881. 

Except 5, in serial no. 1965, 

387 is Pensions, bounty, and back pay; 395 is Anony- 
mous letter to W, M. Springer, in Donnelly va, Wash- 
burn election case, facsimiles and testimony. 

See 47th Cong. 1st sess. 



47tJhL CONGRESS, SPECIAL SESSION SENATE 

Mar. 4— May 20, 1881 



p 


1 


1 


Series 


Document no. 


Notes 








S. Joiimai 




See serial no. 1940, p. 403. 




.... 


.... 


S. ex. docs 

S. misc. docs,. 
S. reports 


■w.:::::::'::: 


See serial no. 1943. 




r":::::::i 


See serial no. 1944. 








See serial no. 1948. 











47tli CONGRESS, SPECIAL SESSION SENATE 

Oct. 10—29, 1881 



1965 



S. journal 

S. ex. docs... 
S. misc. docs. 
S. reports 



See 47th Cong. 1st sess., serial no. 1984, p. 3. 

1-6 1 International Sanitary Conference of 1881; etc. 

1-9 1 See serial no. 1993. 

None issued. 



47tli CONGRESS, 1st SESSION 

Dec. 6, 1881— Aug. 8, 1882 



^1985 
«1986 

§1987 

•1988 
tl989 




Ck)ntains also proceedings of special session Senate, Oct. 

10-29, 1881, p. 3. 
See special session Senate, Oct. 10-29, 1881. 
4 is Justice (Attorney-General) 1881; 10 is Mississippi 

River Commission. 

70 is Texas Boundary Commission. 
Coast and Geodetic Survey, 1881. 

71 is Affairs in Alaska (Beardslee); 79 is Chili- Peru- 
Bolivia war. 

Many relate to engineering surveys and plans. 

178 is Heavy ordnance and projectiles; 184 is Colimibia 
River (Powell); 194 is Clayton-Bulwer treaty and 
Monroe doctrine. 197 , Receipts of moneys by United 
States from all sources, 1789-1882, not printed; a state- 
ment of receipts, 1789-1885, appears on p. 108 of H. ex. 
doc. 116, 49th Cong. 1st sess., serial no. 2388. 

Expenses for public works, harbors, forts, 1789-1882. \ 

Contains also 47th Cong, special session Senate, Oct. 
10-29, 1881, S. misc. docs. 1-9. 

109 is Smithsonian Institution, 1881; 114 is Congressional 
directory, 3d ed., first to appear in Congressional set. 

Fish Commission report, 1881. 

Except 132, not printed. 116 is Internal revenue col- 
lecting in N. C; 131 is Fish Commission Bulletin, 1881. 

Blaine's eulogy on President Garfield. 

Fisheries of U. S.: Natural history and atlas. 

Same: Geographical review of fisheries, 1880. 

Same: Fishing grounds of N. America, Fishermen of 
U. S. • 

Same: History and methods of the fisheries, v. 1. 

Same: History and methods of the fisheries, v. 2. 

Same: History and methods of the fisheries, plates. 

Except 265, in serial no. 2005. 



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. Series 


Document no. 


Notes 


• 2005 
^*2006 

•2007 
^•2008 


2 
3 

4 




S. reports 

do 

do 

H. journal 


265,2pts 

344-588 

589-878 


Investigation of departmental expenses. 

576 is Report on civil service in U. S. 

878 is Distilled spirits in bonded warehouses. 


.•2009 
%2010 


1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 

13 

14 

15 
16 

17 

18 

19 
20 
21 
22 

23 

24 
25 
26 

1 

2 
3 

4 

5 
[6] 

7 
8 

9 
10 
11 
12 

13 




H. ex. docs 

do 


l,pt.l 

l,pt.2 

l,pt.2 

l,pt.2 

1, pt. 2 

l,pt.2 

l,pt.2 

1, pts. 3and4. 
1, pt. 5 


Message and Foreign relations, 1881. 
War, 1881, v. 1. 


^ t2011 

'.2012 

*2013 




do 

do 

do 


Same, v. 2, pt. 1: Engineers. 
Same, v. 2, pt. 2: Engineers. 
Same, v. 2, pt. 3: Engineers. 
Same, v. 3: Ordnance. 
Same, v. 4: Signal Office. 
Navy, 1881; Post-Office, 1881. 
Interior, 1881, v. 1: Lands. 


«20U 
^,2015 




do 

.do 


«2016 




do 


#2017 





do 

do 

do 

do 

do 


»2018 
.2019 
<2020 

•2021 


l,pt.5 

l,pt.5 

l,Pt-5 

jl,Pt.6 

[8-12 


Same, v. 2: Indians, etc. 
Same, v. 3: Geological Survey- 
Same, V. 4: Education. 
Commissioners of District of Columbia, 1881. 






do. 

do 

do 


12 is Tests of metals, 1881. 


*2022 


2. 


Treasury (Finances) 1881. 

Compt. of Currency, 1881; Internal Revenue Comr., 1881. 

Estimates for 1883; Indian expenses, 1881; Patents, 

1881. 
Commerce and navigation, 1881 [2 pts.]. 
13 is National Board of Health, 1881; 19 is Treasurer's 


»2023 


3,4 


#2024 


5,6,62 

7, 2 pts 

13-19 


•2025 




do 


2026 






do 


»2027 




do 

do 


20-86 .. 


ace ts., 1881. 
Except 62, in serial no. 2024. 
97 is Receipts and expenditures, 1875. 
117 is same for 1876 and 121 same for 1877 


«2028 


87-116 


«2029 




.do 


117-121 

122-192 

1 193-218, 220- 

1 225,227. 
219 


•2030 




do 


133 is Statistical abstract, 1881. 


.2031 




do 


209 is Exportation of pork; 216 is Mint Bureau, produc- 
tion of precious metals, 1881. 
Decisions of 1st Comptroller, 1881, 2d edition. 


'2032 




do 


>2033 




do 

do 


226 


*2034 


[228] 


Agriculture, 1881 and 1882. 

12 is Lynch vs. Chalmers and 13 is Anderson vs. Reed 

election. 
D. C. estimates; Private claims, House, 42d-46th Congs. 
Florida election, Bisbee vs. Finley. 
Mississippi election, Buchanan vs. Manning. 


^2035 
.2036 




H. misc. docs.. 

do 

do 

.do 


1-7,9,10,12,13. 

8,53 


.2037 


11 


•2038 


jl4,2pts 

il5,2pts 

16-18,21 

19,20 

22,5pts 

23-26 


'2039 
• 2040 
•2041 


' 


do 

do 

do 


South Carolina election, Mackey vs. O'Connor. 

Contested Alabama elections. 

S. C. elections: Lee vs. Richardson; Small vs. Tillman. 


«2042 


do 


24 is National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, 


•2048 
02044 
*2045 


do 

....; do 

do 


27[pt. 1] 

27, pt. 2 

27, pt. 3 

28-46 


1881; others are election cases. 

Missouri election, Sessinghaus vs. Frost, pt. 1. 

Same, pt. 2. 

Same, pt. 3. 

29 is Stovall vs. Cabell election; 38 is Forestry (Hough), 
V. 3; 44 is Senate and House proceedings on presenta- 
tion of Jefferson's writing-desk. 

Life-Saving Service, 1881; Interstate commerce, etc. 
49, indexed as Husbandry of Angora goat, not 
printed. 57, listed to appear in v. 13, was printed 
as an extra volume, see serial no. 2064. 


»'2046 


do 


'2047 




do 


47,55,56,58.... 









w 



47tli CONOBBSS, Ist HE8SION— Continued 



Series 



Document no. 



Notes 



Il.mlso.docs. 
do 

do 

do 

do 



do . . . 

do... 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 



do.... 

do..-. 

H. reports. 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 



59,60 

61 

[62, pt. IJ. 

[62, pt. 2]. 

63... 

64,pt. 1.. 
64, pt.2.. 
65 



66. 



67 

57 

1-592.... 
393-653-. 
Dtj^^yyo . . 
994-1276. 



1277-1617. 
1618-1811. 
1559 



Flags of maritime nations, 5th ed., 1S82. 

Geological Survey monograptis, v. 6: Ck)pper-bearing 

rociis of Lalce Superior. 
Same, v. 4: Comstoclc mining and miners. 
Same, v. 3: Geology of Comstock lode. 
Same, v. 3, atlas, v. 2 is in serial nos. 2320 and 2321; 

V. 1, in serial no. 2776. 
fif<tf serial no. 2036. 
Rebellion records, series 1, v. 5. v. 1-4 are in serial nos. 

3112-3115. 
Eulogies on Michael P. O'Connor; Right ascension of 

time stars. 
Ethnology rp., 1881, 2d. 1st rp. not in Congressional 

set. 
Geological and Geographical Survey of the Territories 

(Hayden), 1878, 12th, pt. 1. , 

Same, pt. 2, and maps. - - 

Rebellion records, series 1, v. 6. 
Compendium of 10th census. 
Same, pt. 2. 
Consular reports [v. 7], nos. 23-24J. v. 1-6 are not in 

Congressional set. 
Contributions to North American ethnology, v. 5. v. 1, 

3, and 4, not in Congressional set; v. 2, in serial 

nos. 2803 and 2804. 
Rebellion records, series 1, v. 7. 
Digest of election cases, 1876-80. 

653 is Construction of war vessels for Navy. 

Except 683 and 966, not printed. 

Except 1035, 1234 (indexed as " Report accompanying 
H. 6181, on Richard Jones") 1235, and 1236, not 
printed. 

Except 1325 and 1465, not printed, and 1559, in serial 
no. 2071. 

Except 1665 and 1798, not prmted. 1790 is Chili- 
Peru. 

Index of journals, llth-16th Congresses. 



pt. 1.7 



47th CONGRESS, 2d SESSION 

Dec. 4, 1882— Mar. 3, 1883 



.2072 






S. journal 






2073 


1 


[1] 


S. ex. docs.... 


1-4,6-24 


Tests of metals, 1882; etc. 


. 2074 


1 


2 


do 


5 


National Board of Health, 1882. 


, 2075 


2 




do 


2^-32 


25 is Industrial education; 32, Mississippi River Comn. 
85 is Property sold for taxes in insurrectionary States. 
Coast and Geodetic Survey, 1882. 
Pensioners in New England, New Jersey, and D. C. 


2076 


H 




do 


33-76,78-83,85 


-2077 


4 




do 


77 


.2078 


5 


1 


do 


84[Pt.lJ 


^2079 


5 


2 


do 


84, pt.2 


Same, in New Yorlc and Pennsylvania. 


.2080 


5 


3 


do 


84,pt.3....... 


Same, in Ohio, Illinois, and Iowa. 


.2081 


5 


4 


do 


84,pt.4 


Same, in Northwestern and Western States and Terri- 
tories. 



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1§ 


1 


Pi 


Series 


Document no. 


Notes 


^ .2082 


5 


5 


S. ex. docs 


84, pt. 5 


Same, in Middle Atlantic, Gulf, and Central States and 
foreign countries. 


^^083 

^ e2084 


1 

2 
3 
4 




S. misc. docs.. 

do 

do 

do 


1 1-17, 19-31,3^ 
1 45,47-51. 
18 


18 is Congressional directory, 2d ed.; 48 is Bills and joint 
J res. in 47th Cong.; 51 is Sorghum sugar. 
Comparative rates of internal revenue. 


^ *2085 


32 


Eulogies on Benjamin H. Hill. 
Fish Commission report, 1882. 


^f2086 


46 


^ »2087 

Zl '2088 


1 
2 




S. reports 

do 


879-980 

981-1031 


969 is Heavy ordnance and projectiles. 
Revenue collecting in North Carolina; etc. 1003 is 
Yorktown celebration. 


«» •2089 


1 
2 




H. journal 






^ .2090 
^ .2091 


H. ex. docs.... 
do 


l,pt.l 

l,pt.2 


Message and Foreign relations, 1882. 
War, 1882, v. 1. 


^ '2092 

* -2093 

. .2094 

.2095 


3 

4 
5 
6 




do 

do 

do 

do 


l,pt.2 

l,pt.2 

l,pt.2 

l,pt.2 


Same, v. 2, pt. 1: Engineers. 
Same, v. 2, pt. 2: Engineers. 
Same, v. 2, pt. 3: Engineers. 
Same, v. 3: Ordnance. 


.2096 
"^ ,2097 
"* .2098 


7 

8 
9 




do 

do 

do 


l,pt.2 

l,pt.3 

l,pt.4 


Same, v. 4: Signal Office. 
Navy, 1882. 
Post-Office, 1882. 


.2099 


10 




do 


l.Pt.5 


Interior, 1882, v. 1: Lands. 


2100 


11 




do 


l,pt.5 


Same, v. 2: Indians, etc. 


* .2101 
^ .2102 


12 
13 




do 

do 


l,pt.5 

l,pt.5 


Same, v. 3: Geological Survey. 
Same, v. 4: Education. 


^ .2103 


14 

15 
16 




do 

do 

do 


Jl,pt.6 

[8-34 


Commissioners of District of Columbia, 1882. 
Justice (Attorney-General) 1882; etc. 


^. .2104 

, r210o 


2..; 

3,4 


Treasury (Finances) 1882. 

Compt. of Currency, 1882; Internal Revenue Comr., 












1882. 


.2106 


17 




do 


5,6 


Estimates for 1884; Indian expenses, 1882. Contains 
also H. misc. doc. 9, Dist. Columbia estimates. 






.2107 


18 
19 




do 

do 


7 


Commerce and navigation, 1882. 


,2108 


35-70,72 


48 is Naval engineering in Gt. Britain; 61 is Plans for 


,,^ .2109 


20 
21 




do 

do 


71 


military buildings; 72 is Statistical abstract, 1882. 
Patent Office, 1882. 


•2110 


73-92,94-104... 


98 is mail contractors' fines, 1882. 


*2111 


22 
23 

24 





do 

.....do 

do 


93 


Mail contracts. 


-. ,2112 
,^ '2113 


105,107 

106,108 


Cruise of the Corwin in Arctic Ocean, 1881; Interoceanic 

communication (Sullivan). 
Mint Bureau, production of precious metals, 1882; loss 

of Steamer Jeannette. 


-.2114 


25 

1 

2 
3 




do 

H. misc. docs. . 

do 

do 


109 


Agriculture, 1883. 


»2115 

.2116 
.2117 


1-5,7-18 

6,pt.l 

6,pt.2 


Except 9, in serial no. 2106. 13 is Nat. Home for D. V. 

Soldiers, 1882; 16 is Geological Survey bulletin 1. 
Report of Tariff Commission, 1882, v. 1. 
Same, v. 2. 


.2118 


4 


[1] 


do 


19-25,29,36.... 


19 is Consular reports [v. 8], nos. 25-26^. 20 relates to 
printing of rp. of Board on Behalf of Executive De- 
partments at International Exhibition, Phila., 1876; 
see, for rp., serial nos. 2119 and 2120. 


•2119 


4 


2 


do 


20,pt.l 


Rp. of Bd. on Behalf of Executive Departments at 
Internat. Exhibition, Phila., 1876, v. 1: War Dept. 
exhibits. 


•2120 


4 


2 


do 


20,pt.2 


Same, v. 2: Navy, Treasury, Post-Office, Agriculture. 



er 



47th CONGRESS, 2(1 SESSION— Continued 



lg 


i 


1 


Series 


Document no. 


Notes 


2121 


5 
6 

7 




H. misc. docs. 

do 

do 


26 


Smithsonian Institution, 1882. 


.2122 




Rebellion records, series 1, v. 8. 


'2123 


28. 


American ephemeris and nautical almanac, 1886, 1st ed. 

Eulogies: William M. Lowe; Jonathan T. Updegraff; 

Qodlove S. Orth; Robert M. A. Hawk; John W. 


'2124 


8 




do 


30-34 






















Shackelford. 


/2125 







......do 


35 


Digest of election cases, 47th Congress. 
Decisions of 1st Comptroller, v. 3, 1882. 
Not printed because MS. was not supplied. 
Consular reports [v. 9], nos. 27-30, and index to nos. 
l-26i; Fish Commission Bulletin, 1882. 


;2126 


10 




do 


37.. 








do 


38 


.2127 


11 




-do. 


39,40 












2128 


1? 




do 


41 


Rebellion records, series 1, v. 9. 


•12^ 


13 


1 


do 


42[pt.l] 


10th census, v. 1: Population. 


2180 


13 


2 


do 


42[pt.2] 


Same, v. 2: Manufactures. 


2181 


1? 


3 


do 


42,pt.3 


Same, v. 3: Agriculture. 


2132 


13 


'^4' 


^.-.do 


42,pt.4 


Same, v. 4: Transportation. 


2138 


13 


5 


do 


[42,pt.5] 


Same, v. 5: Cotton, pt. 1 


2134 


13 


6 


do 


42,pt.6 


Same, v. 6: Cotton, pt. 2. 


2135 


13 


7 


do 


42,pt. 7 


Same, v. 7: Valuation, taxation, Indebtedness. 


2186 


13 


8 


do 


42,pt.8 


Same, v. 8: Newspapers and periodicals, Alaska, eta 


.187 


13 


9 


do 


42,pt.9 


Same, v. 9: Forest trees of North America. 


2138 






do 




Same, v. 9: Forestry maps. 
Same, v. 10: Petroleum, etc. 


2139 


13 


10 


do 


42,pt. 10 


2140 


13 


11 


do 


42,pt.ll 


Same, v. 11: Mortality and vital statistics, pt. 1. 


2141 


13 


12 


do 


42,pt. 12 


Same, v. 12: Mortality and vital statistics, pt. 2. 


2142 


13 


1? 


.do 




Same, Plates and diagrams accompanying MortaUty 
and vital statistics, pt. 2. 












2143 


13 


13 


do 


42,pt. 13 


Same, v. 13: Precious metals. 


2144 


13 


14 


do 


42,pt. 14 


Same, v. 14: Mining laws. 


2145 


13 


15 


do 


42,pt. 15 


Same, v. 15: Mining industries. 


2146 


13 


16 


do 


42,pt. 16 


Same, v. 16: Water power, pt. 1. 


2147 


13 


17 


do 


42,pt.l7 


Same, v. 17: Water power, pt. 2. 


2148 


13 


18 


do 


42, pt. [18] 


Same, v. 18: Social statistics of cities, pt. 1. Errone- 
ously headed pt. 16, instead of pt. 18. 


2149 


13 


19 


do 


42,pt. 19 


Same, v. 19: Social statistics of cities, pt. 2. 


2150 


13 


20 


do 


42,pt.20 


Same, v. 20: Statistics of wages, etc. 


2151 


13 


21 


do 


42, pt. 21 


Same, v. 21: Defective, dependent, delinquent classes. 


2152 


13 


22 


do 


42,pt. 22 


Same, v. 22: Power and machinery. 


,2153 


14 




do 


43 


Geological Survey monographs, v. 6: Older mesozoic 
flora of Virginia. . 












t21&l 


15 




do 


44 


Entomological Commission report, 3d. 1st and 2d re- 
ports, not in Congressional set. 












.2155 


16 




do 


45,pt.l....... 


Land laws of U. S., general and permanent, and digest 
of late decisions, 1884 edition. 


2156 


17 




do 


45,pt. 2 


Land laws of U. S., local or temporary, 1884 edition, 


2157 


18 




do 


45,pt.3 

45,pt. 4 




,2158 


19 





do 


PubUc domain, with statistics, 1884 edition. 


,2159 


1 


. . . . 


H. reports 


1812-1958 


Except 1936, indexed as Condemned cannon and can- 
non balls for monuments, but never printed. 1827 is 
American shipping interests. 


.2160 


2 




do 


1959-2044 


1985 is Mississippi River improvement. 









70 

48tli CONGRESS, 1st SESSION 

Dec. 3, 1883— July 7, 1884 



Series 



S. journal 

S. ex. docs 



-do. 
.do. 



....do 

S. misc. docs. 
....do 



....do 

S. reports. 



H. journal.. 
H. ex. docs . 
....do 



-do. 
.do. 
-do. 



-do. 



.do. 



.do. 



.do. 



.do. 



Document no. 



1-4,6-28,30-49. 



5 

29 

50-83.. 
84-100. 



101-190 

197-203, 205-208 



204 

1-27 

28-109, 111-127, 
110 



3-147. 



148-343. 
344-490. 
491-550. 
551-578. 

579 

580-900. 



l,pt. 1. 
l,pt. 2. 
1, pt. 2. 
l,pt. 2. 
l,pt. 2. 
l,pt.2. 
1, pt. 2. 
l,pt.3. 
l,pt. 4. 
l,pt. 5. 
l,pt. 5. 
l,pt. 5. 
1, pt. 6. 
6-18.... 



3,4 

5, 31, 35, 64, 82. 



7 

19-36. 



37 

138-42,44-72,74- 
I &3, 85-92. 
43 



Notes 



30,44, etc., are River and harbor surveys; 40 is Justice 

Dept. expenses, 1881-83. 
Tests of iron and steel, 1883. 
Coast and Geodetic Survey, 1883. 
54 is Cattle-grazing lands in Indian Territory. 
93 is El Sopori land claim in Ariz.; 100 is Ct. of inquiry 

on loss of the Proteus on Greely relief expedition. 
123 is Progress on De Lesseps' Panama canal, 1883-84. 
198 is Suez Canal, 1809-84, and American canal, 1835-84; 

205 is French spoliations. 
Cruise of the Corwin in Arctic Ocean, 1881. 
27, 3 pts., is Congressional xiirectory, 3 editions. 
85 is National Academy of Sciences report, 1883. 
National Academy of Sciences memoirs, v. 2. v. 1, not in 

Congressional set. 
1, not prioted, rp. 485 being substituted therefor; 2, 

not included in bound volume, only 200 copies of it 

having been printed. 12 is Tariffs, 1789-1883, and free 

list. 
283 is Condition of Indians in Montana and Dakota. 
345 is Swine products of U. S. 
512 is Mississippi election of 1883. 
551 is Foreign tariffs; 557 is Postal telegraph. 
Alleged outrages in Virginia. 
706 is Fish and fisheries of Atlantic Coast. 

Message and Foreign relations, 1883. 

War, 1883, v. 1. 

Same, v. 2, pt. 1: Engineers. 

Same, v. 2, pt. 2: Engineers. 

Same, v. 2, pt. 3: Engineers. 

Same, v. 3: Ordnance. 

Same, v. 4: Signal Office. 

Navy, 1883. 

Post-Office, 1883. 

Interior, 1883, v. 1: Lands, etc. 

Same, v. 2: Indians, etc. 

Same, v. 3: Geological Survey. 

Conmiissioners of District of Colimibia, 1883, 

Except 7, in serial no. 2197. 8 is Justice (Attorney- 
General) 1883. 

Treasury (Finances) 1883. 

Compt. of Currency, 1883; Internal Revenue Corar., 1883. 

35 is Railway Mail Service; 64 is River and harbor ap- 
propriations and expenditures; others are estimates. 

Commerce and navigation, 1883. 

Except 81 and 85, both in serial no. 2196. 19 is Mail 
contract fines, 1883; 32 is Statistical abstract, 1883. 

Mississippi River Conmiission, 1883. 
1 Except 64 and 82 , both in serial no. 2196. 70 is Impor- 
j tation of American hog products. 

National Board of Health, 1883 



Tit 



48tli CONGRESS, 1st SESSION— Continued 



Series 



H. ex- docs . . 

....do 

....do 

....do 



....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

H. misc. doc^ 
....do... 
....do... 
....do... 

....do... 

....do... 
....do... 
....do... 
....do... 



.do. 

.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 

.do. 
.do. 



.do. 
.do. 

.do. 
-do. 
.do. 

.do. 

.do. 

.do. 
.do. 



Document no. 



Notes 



73 

84 

93-99 

100-103 

lOi-128 

129-175 

172 

176,pt. 1 

176, pt. 2 

177 

178, 

1-3,^11,13-15 

4[pt.l] 

4,pt.2 

12[pt.l] 

12,pt. 2 

12,pt.3 

12, pt. 4 

16 

17-19 

20-24 

25,pt.l 

25, pts. 2,3..., 

26 

27,pt.l 

27,pt.2 

28-31 

32 

33 



34,36,37,39,40, 

42-45,48,50. 

35,41 



38, pt. 1 [V. 1]. 
38,pt, l,v.2.. 
38, pts. 2, 3... 
46,47,53 

49, 2 pts 

51-55,57-59,61 
64. 

56 

60 



Patent omce, 1883. 
Mail contracts, 1883. 

93 and 98 are Receipts and expenses, 1878 and 1879. 
Star route investigations; Undervaluation of wool; In- 
dian depredation claims; Weil and La Abra Mexican 

claims. 
lOG is Swine products; 128 is Undervaluation of imports. 
Except 172, in serial no. 2208. 154 is Mexico-Guatemala 

boundary; 163 is Jeannette relief e.xpedition. 
Irregular practices of pension attorneys. 
Commercial relations, 1882 and 1883, v. 1. 
Same, v. 2. 

Mint Bureau, production of precious metals, 1883. 
Agriculture, 1884. 

11 is Fish Commission Bulletin, 1883. 
Official register, 1883, v. 1. 
Same, v. 2, 
Consular reports [v. 10], nos. 31-34, and Declared exports 

1st and 2d quarters, 1883. 
Same [v. 11], nos. 35-38, and Declared exports, 3d and 

4th quarters, 1883. 
Same [v. 12], nos. 39-41 i. 
Sanje [v. 13], nos. 42-44. 
Virginia election, O'Ferrall vs. Paul. 
Election cases: Manzanares vs. Luna; Garrison vs. 

Mayo; Wallace vs. McKinley. 
Election cases, etc. 22 is Frederick vs. Wilson; 23 is 

English vs. Peelle. 
Ohio election, Campbell vs. Morey. 
Same. 

Rebellion records, series 1, v. 10, pt. 1. 
Virginia election, Massey vs. Wise. 
Same. 
Election cases, etc. 29 is McLean vs. Broadhead; 30 

is Craig vs. Shelley. 
Rebellion records, series 1, v. 10, pt. 2. 
Not in Public Documents Library; it is Indexed as 

Report on wages (Weeks), and may have been printed 

in paper-bound edition as doc. 33, but in sheep-boimd 

set this report appears only as v. 20, 10th census; see 

serial no. 2150. 
36 is Steamships (Lundborg); 37 is Compulsory pilotage; 

50 is Portage Lake and Lake Superior Ship-Canal Co. 
American ephemeris and nautical ahnanac, 1887, 1st ed.; 

American coaster's nautical almanac, 1884, 1st ed. 
Investigation of Justice Dept. expenses. 
Same, continued. 

Same, Star-route cases and Ottman case. 
Eulogies: Dudley C. Haskell, Thomas .\llen, Thomas H. 

Hemdon. 
Imports, duties, 1867-83; Exports, 1697-1883. 

(Except 63, in serial no. 2235. 58 is Govt, property. Hot 
Springs; 59, Site for pubUc bldg., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Decisions of 1st Comptroller, v. 4, 1883. 
Vertebrata Of tertiary formations of the West (Cope). 



72^ 



48tli CONGRESS, 1st SESSION— Continued 



Document no. 



Notes 



38 



40 



H. misc. docs 
..do... 
..do... 
..do... 
..do... 
.-do... 
..do... 
..do... 



....do... 
....do... 

....do... 
..-.do... 

....do... 
H. reports 
....do. 



....do. 
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65 [pt. 1] 
65,pt. 2. 
65, pt. 3. 

66 

67 

68 

6& 

70 

71 

72 

73 

74 

75 

1-342.... 
343-636. . 

637-979. . 
980-1175. 
1176-1519 
1520-1862 
1863-2165 



Rebellion records, series 1, v. 11, pt. 1. 

Same, v. 11, pt. 2. 

Same, v. 11, pt. 3. 

Jeannette inquiry. 

Fish (Commission report, 1883. 

Same, 1884. 

Smithsonian Institution, 1883. 

Geological and Geographical Survey of the Territories 
(Hayden), Monographs, v. 8; not issued as Congres- 
sional document. See, for bureau edition, 1 18.5 : 8. 

Geological Survey bulletins 1-6. 

Geological Survey monographs, v. 7: Silver-lead de- 
posits of Eureka, Nev. 

Same, v. 8: Paleontology of Eureka district. 

Same, V. 9: Brachiopoda and lamellibranchiataof Rari- 
tan clays and greensand marls of New Jersey. 

Mineral resources of U. S., 1882, 

Except 11, not printed. 

Except 371, indexed as Aid to common schools, but 
never printed; 495 in 2 pts. perhaps supplanted 371. 

1112 is Charges against H. V, Boynton, journalist. 

Except 1732, not printed. 

Except 2019, indexed as Claim of Mary F. Potts, but 
never printed. 



4:8tli CONGRESS, 2d SESSION 

Dec. 1, 1884— Mar. 3, 1885 



• 2260 






S. journal 




Contains also proceedings of special session Senate, 49th 

Cong., Mar. 4- Apr. 2, 1885, p. 501. 
17 is Leases of Indian lands; 40 is History of Railway 


> 2261 


1 

1 
2 

2 

1 

2 
3 

4 

5 

6 

.7 
8 


[1] 

2 
[1] 

2 


S. ex. docs 

do 

do 

do 

S. misc. docs.. 

do 

do 


1-49 


2262 


47. . 


Mail Service, 1834-84. 47, letters of transmittal only; 
see, for accompanying papers, serial no. 2262. 
Treaties and conventions. Letter of transmittal is 47, 


. 2263 
2264 


50-94,96-106... 
95. . 


in serial no. 2261. 
106 is New Mexico land titles. Contains also 49th 

Cong, special session Senate, Mar. 4- Apr. 2, 1885, S. 

ex. docs. 1 and 2. 
Indian education and civilization (Alice C. Fletcher), 


«2265 

• 2266 

• 2267 


ri-32, 34-55, 57- 
i 65,68. 

33, pts. 1,2.... 
56,66.. 


(■14, 2 pts., is Congressional directory, 2 editions. Con- 
\ tains also 49th Cong, special session Senate, Mar, 4- 
i Apr. 2, 1885, S. misc. docs. 1-25. 

Smithsonian Institution and National Museum, 1884. 

Dedication of Washington Monument; Eulogies on 
Henry B. Anthony. 

Descriptive catalogue of Government publications, 
1774-1881 (Poore). 

National Academy of Sciences, memoirs, v. 3, pt, 1. 

Fish Commission report, 1885. 

Astronomical and meteorological observations, 1881. 


'2268 


.... 


do 

do 

do 

do 


67 


<?2269 


69 


4»2270 


70 


«^i!271 


71 


a2272 




do 


72 


Same. 1882. 



73 



48tli CONGRESS, 2d SESSION— Continued 



Series 



Document no. 



Notes 



S. reports. 



do 



H. jouraal.. 
H. ex. docs, 
.-..do 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



-do. 
.do. 
.do. 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
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-do. 



.do. 



.do. 



do. 

do. 



do 



.do. 



....do 

....do 

....do 

H.inisc. docs. 



901-1292- 



129»-1573. 



l.pt.l 

l,pt.2 

l,pt. 2 

l,pt.2 

l,pt.2 

l,pt.2 

l,pt. 2 

l,pt.2 

l,pt.3 

l,pt.4.. 

l,pt.5 

l,pt.5 

l,pt,5 

],pt.5 

l.pt.e 

6,8.9 



2 

3,4 

5,115.190,270.. 

7[pt.l] 

7, pts. 2, 3 

(10-42, 45-53, 
1 55-64. 

43 

44 

54,pt.l 

54, pt. 2 

54,pt.3 

65-175 

176-226 

|226-234,236-247 
1 249-265,267. 

235 

248 

266 

268 

269 

270 

1-11 



Except 1262, which was suppressed. It is supposed to 
have been report made Feb. 13, 1885, by Senator 
Jackson of Tennessee, adverse to pension claim of 
Mary E. Fille brown. 

Contains also 49th Cong, special session Senate, Mar. 4- 
Apr. 2, 1885, S. rp. 1. 

Message and Foreign relations, 1884. 

War, 1884, v. 1. 

Same, v. 2, pt. 1: Engineers. * 

Same, v. 2, pt. 2: Engineers. 

Same, v. 2, pt. 3: Engineers. 

Same, v. 2, pt. 4: Engineers. 

Same, v. 3: Ordnance. 

Same, v. 4: Signal Office. • 

Navy, 1884. 

Post-Office, 1884. 

Interior, 1884, v. 1: Lands, etc. 

Same, v. 2: Indians, etc. 

Same, v. 3: Geological Survey. 

Same, v, 4: Education. 

Conmiissioners of District of Columbia, 1884. 

9 is Treasurer's accounts, 1884. 

Treasury (Finances) 1884. 

Compt. of Currency, 1884; Internal Revenue Comr., 1884. 

Estimates of appropriations, and 3d International Geo- 
graphical Congress at Venice, 1881. 

Commerce and navigation, 1884 [pt. 1]. * 

Same [pts. 2 and 3]: Internal commerce. 

12 is Justice (Atty.-Gen.) 1884; 14, Intemat. Meridian 
Conf. (Eng. and Fr.); 64, Mississippi River Comn., 
1884. 

Coast and Geodetic Survey, 1884. 

International expedition to Point Barrow, AlasJca. 

Consular reports [Labor in foreign countries, v. If. 
Europe. 

Same [v. 2]: Europe, continued. 

Same [v. 3]: America, Asia, Africa, Australasia, Poly- 
nesia. 

Except 115, in serial no. 2293. 

Except 196, in serial no. 2293. 203 is Receipts and ex- 
penses, 1880. 

226 is Central and South American Commission reports; 
247 is Congo Conference; 267 is Range and ranch cattle 
traffic. 

French and American Claims Commission, correspond- 
ence. 

Same, accounts, vouchers, etc. 

Mail contracts, 1884. 

Mint Bureau, production of precious metals, 1884. 

Agriculture, 1885. 

See serial no. 2293. 

6 is Fish Commission BuDetln, 1884; 11 Is National Home 
for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, 1884. 



74 



48tli CONGRESS, 2d SESSION— Continued 



Series 



Dociunent no. 



Notes. 



-* ♦2811 

— «2312 

^ *2318 

_ *2814 

«^ »2815 

«», 42816 



• 2817 
*2818 
«2319 



►2321 
.2322 
»2323 

.2324 
*2325 
»2326 

«2327 



«.2329 



[1] 



[2] 



H. misc. docs. 



...do- 
. . .do. 



-do. 



-do. 
.do- 
.do. 

-do. 
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H. reports. 



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12-14, 16, 17, 
19-21, 23-26; 
36, 38. 

15 

18 

22 

27,28 

29,30,31 

32 

33 

34 

35 

[35] 

37, pt. 1 

37, pt. 2 

37, pt. 3 

39 

40,41 

42 

2166-2604 

2605-2676 

2677-2696 

2692 



25 and 36 are Animal Industry Bureau reports, 1884 and 
1885, 1st and 2d. 

Digest of opinions of Attorneys-General, 1789-1881. 

Patent Office, 1884. 

Decisions of 1st Comptroller, v. 5, 1884. 

Eulogies: W. A. Duncan, J. H. Evins. 

British naval and military operations in Egypt, 1882; 
Chile-Peru-Bolivia war, 1879-81; French navy in Tu- 
nis war. 

Ethnology report, 1882, 3d. 

American ephemeris and nautical almanac, 1888, 1st ed. 

Consular reports [v. 14], nos. 45-48. 

Geological Survey monographs, v. 2: Grand Canyon dis- 
trict. V. 1 is in serial no. 2776. 

Same, v. 2, atlas. 

Rebellion records, series 1, v. 12, pt. 1. 

Same, v. 12, pt. 2. Sec, for supplement to pt. 2, serial 
no. 2490. 

Same, v. 12, pt. 3. 

Entomological Commission report, 4th. 

Insects affecting orange; Geological Survey bulletins 
7-14. 

Ethnology report, 1883, 4th. 

Except 2189, indexed as a report of Naval Affairs Com- 
mittee on Jeannette expedition survivors, but never 
printed. 2546 is Heavy ordnance. 

2676 is Management of soldiers' homes. 

Except 2692, in serial no. 2331. 2681 is Ohio election in- 
vestigation; 2683 is Pension Office investigation. 

General personal index of journals of lst-8th Congresses, 
being record of Members, 1789-1805. 



49tli CONGRESS, SPECIAL SESSION SENATE 

Mar. 4— Apr. 2, 1886 



S. journal 

S. ex. docs.-- 
S. misc. docs- 
S. reports 



1,2-. 
1-25- 
1.... 



See serial no. 2260, p. 501. 
See serial no. 2263. 
See serial no. 2265. 
See serial no. 2274, 



49tli CONGRESS, 1st SESSION 

Dec. 7, 1885— Aug. 6, 1886 



*>.^ •2882 



■2834 



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S. ex. docs. 

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1-34,37-68 

35 

36..- 

69-73, 76-77- . . . 



45 is Electrical conference, Philadelphia, 1884 
Tests of iron and steel, 1884. 
Same, 1885. 

69 is Rps. of Govt, directors of Union Pacific R. R. Co. 
1864-86; 72 is Tariff revision, 1886, with documents. 



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Document no. 



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99 

99 

78-98 

100-153 

154-2a> 

1-4G 

47-70, 72-98. . . 

71 

82 

[99-151, 153, 157 
1 161,163-170. 

104, 120, 145. . . 



152, 154. 



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155, 156. . . 
162,pt. 1. 
162, pt. 2. 
162, pt. 3. 
171 



172. 



1-45, 47-90. 



46,pt.l 

46, pt. 2 

91-392 

393-784 

785-1088 

1089-1315 

1278,pts. 1, 3. 
1278, pt. 2.... 

1316-1453 

1454-1615 



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Awards under treaties with France and Spain. 

Menocal's Nicaragua surveying party, 1885. 

Sanie, maps. * 

78 is Disallowed accounts; 85 is Education in Alaska; 91 
is National Board of Health, 1885. 

102 is French spoliations; 153 relates to construction of 
ships Chicago, Boston, Atlanta, and Dolphin. 

196 is Independent State of the Congo; 226 is Laws rela- 
ting to loans, coinage, and banking, 1790-1881. 

15, 3 pts., is Congressional directory, 3 editions. • 

lilxcept 82, in serial no. 2345. 47 is Compilation of Sen- 
ate election cases, 178^1885. 

Patent OlTice, 1885. 

Investigation of Coast and Geodetic Survey. 

Except 104, 120, and 145, all in serial no. 2347. 106 if 
Ohio election (H. B. Payne); 131 is Imitation dairy 
products. 

Acceptance of Garfield statue; Eulogies on Vice-Presi- 
dent Hendricks and John F. Miller. 

Washington observations, 1883; National Academy of 
Sciences memoirs, v. 3, pt. 2. 

Natural history of Alaska, and coUections, 1877-81. 

Wharton's Digest of international law, v. 1. 

Same, v. 2. 

Same, v. 3. 

Digest of opinions of Attorneys-General, 1789-188G. Not 
printed. A similar digest, 1789-1881, was issued in 
serial no. 2312. ^ 

Defective, dependent, and delinquent classes of United 
States, by Frederick H. Wines. Not printed. Issued 
only as v. 21, 10th census, serial no. 2151. • 

89 is Expenditures for public buildings, 1789-1885; 90 is 
Ordnance and war ships. 

Senate Select Com. on Interstate Commerce, rp. [pt. 1]. 

Same, pt. 2. ^ 



Except 1278, in serial nos. 2302 and 2363. 

Condition of Indians in Ind. T., etd., pts. 1 and [3], • 

Same, pt. 2. 

1391 is River and harbor appropriations. • 

Except 1613, indexed as Freights, commodities, an^ 
prices for period from 1873 to present time, but neve* 
printed. « 

Dec. 7, 1885-May 12, 1886. , 

May 13- Aug, 5, 1886. Appendix and index in v. 2. 

Message and Foreign relations, 1885. • 

War, 1885, v. 1. ^ 

Same, v. 2, pt. 1: Engineers. » 

Same, v. 2, pt. 2: p:ngineers. 

Same, v. 2, pt. 3: Engineers. « 

Same, v. 2, pt. 4: Engineers. 

Same, v. 3: Ordnance. 

Same, v. 4: Signal Office. 



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2376 

2377 
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2379 
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2381 



•2384 
•2385 



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Document no. 



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l,pt. 5.-. 
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18 

19 

21-26, 28, 30, 
32-48, 50. 

27 

29,31 

49 

49 

51 

52-118 

119-152, 154-172 



153 

173-280. 



253 

281-379. 



290. 
378. 



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25,30-34. 

16 

304 

305 

21 

22 

27,pt.l 

27,pt. 2 

28 



29 

36 

37-163, 165-177. 



164 

178,179. 



Notes 



Navy, 1885. 

Post-Office, 1885. 

Interior, 1885, v. 1: Lands, etc. 

Same, v. 2: Indians. 

Same, V. 3: Geological Survey. 

Same, v. 4: Education. 

Same, v. 5: Labor. 

Commissioners of District of Columbia, 1885. 

Treasury (Finances) 1885, v. 1. 

Same, v. 2: Collection of duties. 

Comptroller of Currency, 1885. 

4 is Internal Revenue Comr., 1885; 7, Justice (Atty.- 
Gen.) 1885; 20, Post-Office routes, contracts, etc. ' 

Estimates, receipts, expenditures, public debt, etc. 

Mail contracts, 1885. 

Coast and Geodetic Survey, 1885. 

Commerce and navigation, 1885. 

26 is Statistical abstract, 1885; 50 is Central and South 
American Commission reports. 

Treasurer's accounts, 1885. 

Receipts and expenses, 1881 and 1882. 

Board on Fortifications, report, text. 

Same, plates. 

Consular reports on Cattle and dairy fanning. 

Except 62 and 116, both in serial no. 2388. 

125 is Indian depredation claims; 172 is Foreign mercan- 
tile marines. 

Cruise of Steamer Corwin in the Arctic, 1885. ^ 

Except 176, in serial no. 2388, and 253, in serial no. 2402. 
274 is Weil and La A bra Silver Mining Co. 

Commercial relations, 1884 and 1885. 

Except 290, in serial no. 2404, and 378, in serial no. 2405. 
365 is Receipts and expenses, 1883. 

Mint Bureau, production of precious metals, 1885. 

Agriculture, 1886. 

15 is in serial nos. 2431 and 2432; 23, 26, 35, not printed. 
33 is Geological Survey bulletins 15-23; 34 is Fish Com- 
mission Bulletin, 1885. 

Revision of House rules, debates, 36th and 46th Congs. " 

Geological Survey monographs, v. 11; Lake Lahontan 

Same, v. 10: Dinocerata. 

Rebellion records, series 1, v. 13. 

Same, v. 14. 

Official register, 1885, v. 1. 

Same, v. 2. 

Consular reports [v. 15], nos. 49-52, and Cholera in 
Europe. 

Same [v. 16], nos. 53-56, with appendices. 

Mhaera) resources of U. S., 1883 and 1884. 

38 is National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, 
1885; 69 is Decisions of 1st Comptroller, v. 6, 1885. 

Rebellion records, series 1, v. 15. 

Consular reports [v. 17 and 18], nos. 57-62, and Scouring 
of wool. 



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L3 



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H. misc. docs. 



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Notes 



180-340 

273 

302,379,380 

338 

341-395. . . . 

354 

355 

371 

392. 

393[pt. 1].. 
393, pt. 2... 

396,pts.l,3 

396, pt. 2... 
15[pt. 1].., 

15, pt. 2 

397 

[397] 

1-373 

374-708 

709-1029-.., 
1030-127G. . 
1277-1542. . 
1543-1887. . 
1888-2264.. 
2265-2577. . 
2578-2855. . 
2856-3142. . 
3143-3474. . 
3475 



Except 273, in serial no. 2419; 802, in serial no. 2420; 
804 and 805, both in serial no. 2407, and 838, in serial 
no. 2421. 237 is European dock-yards. 

Rebellion records, series 1, v. 16, pt. 1. 

Eulogies: Reuben Ellwood, Joseph Rankin, Michael 
Hahn. 

Rebellion records, series 1, v. 16, pt. 1. 

Except 8ot, in serial no. 2423; 855, in serial no. 2424; 
871, in serial no. 2425; 879 and 880, both in serial 
no. 2420; 892, in serial no. 2426, and 893, in serial nos. 
2427 and 2428. 

American ephemeris and nautical almanac, 1889, 1st ed. 

Pan-Electric Telephone Company, testimony. 

Rebellion records, series 1, v. 17, pt. 1. 

Examination of wools and other animal fibers. 

Lady Franklin Bay expeditloo (Greely), v. 1, ni^rrative. 

Same, v. 2, scientific. Contains also 49th Cong. 2d sess., 
TL. misc. doc. 157: Schley's Greely relief expedition. 

[Monetary or] Silver Commission [of U. S.], 1876; Inter- 
national Monetary conference, Paris, 1881. 

International Monetary Conference, Paris, 1878. 

Smithsonian Institution, 1885, pt. 1. 

Same, pt. 2: National Museum. 

Geological Survey monographs, v. 12: Leadville, Colo. 

Same, v. 12, atlas, f I'] 1 . S E ^ ^\^ 

Except 41, not printed. ' 



1076 relates to Indians and Yellowstone National Park. 

Except 1316, not printed. 

Except 16.32 and 1680, not pruited. 

Except 1931, 1982, and 1999, not printed. 



Except 2902-2907, 2940, and 2993, not printed. 
Except 3316, not printed. 

General personal index of journals of 9th-lGth Con- 
gresses, being record of Members, 1805-21. 



49tli CONGRESS, 2d SESSION 

Dec. 6, 1886— Mar. 3, 1887 



i2447 












2448 


1 
2 

1 
2 


.... 


S. ex. docs 

do 




1-110 


77 is Taunt's Journey on the Congo in 1885. 

Ill is Shawnee Indian lands; 115 is Chippewa Indians; 
117 is Capture of G«ronimo; 120 is Count Pulaski, pa- 
pers, 1777-1884; 125 is Alaska expedition, 1885 (Allen). 

11, 2 pts., is Congressional directory, 2 editions; 15 is 
Irrigation in U. S. (Ilinton). 

National Academy of Sciences report, 1886. 


2449 


111-125 

1-29 


2450 




S. misc. docs., 
do 


> 2451 


|30,pt. 1 

131-89,91 








53 is Veto messages, 1792-Aug. 4, 1886; 91 is Laws on 
rivers and harbors, 1790-1887. CLUfC ■ 'S3 o/'}/. 



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92 

93;94 

1616-1773. 
1774^1961. 
1962-1990. 



l,pt.l 

l,pt. 2 

l,pt.2 

l,pt.2 

l,pt.2 

l,pt.2 

l,pts. 3, 4... 

l,pt.5 

l,pt.5...,. 

l,pt.5 

l,pt.5 

l,pt.6 

2, 2pts 

3,4 

5 



20,pt. 3. 



7,pt. 1. 
7, pt. 2. 
6,8-21.. 



22-27 

28-30,32-78.... 



31, pt. 1. 
31,pt. 2. 

40 

79-130... 



131-180. 
181-200. 



171 [pt. 1] 

171, pt. 2 

201 

1-52,57-155... 



55,56 

135 

146,156,166,168. 



National Academy of Sciences memoirs, v. 4, pt. 1. 

Fish Commission report, 1886. 

Cholera in Europe and India. 

Eulogies: John A. Logan, Austin F. Pike. 

1683, 2 pts., is American fishery interests. 

1884 is River and harbor appropriations. 

1990 is Undervaluation of imports, investigation. 

Message and Foreign relations, 1886. 

"War, 1886, v. 1. 

Same, v. 2, pt. 1: Engineers. 

Same, v. 2, pt. 2: Engineers. 

Same, v. 2, pt. 3: Engineers. 

Same, v. 3 and 4: Ordnance and Signal Office. 

Navy and Post-Office, 1886. 

Interior, 1886, v. 1: Indians, etc. 

Same, v. 2: Lands, etc. 

Same, v. 3: Geological Survey. 

Same, v. 4 and 5: Education and Labor. 

Commissioners of District of Columbia, 1886. 

Treasury (Finances) 1886. 

Compt. of Currency, 1886; Internal Revenue Comr., 1886. 

Estimates of appropriations for 1888. 

Mail contracts, 1886. 

Deficiency estimates, 1887. 

Commerce and navigation, 1886, pt. 1. 

Same, pt. 2: Internal commerce. 

8 is Justice (Attorney-General) 1886; 19 is 'Rights of 
American fishermen in British waters; 20, pts. 1 and 
2, are Post-Office expenses and fines; 20, pt. 3, is in 
serial no. 2474. 

26 is Treasurer's accounts, 1886. 

Except 40, in serial no. 2481. 28 is Missouri River 
Comn., 1886; 58 is Foreign customs duties. 

Tests of metals, 1886, pt. 1. 

Same, pt. 2. 

Coast and Geodetic Survey, 1886. 

Except 89, in serial no. 2474, 110 is Receipts and ex- 
penses, 1884. 

Except 171, inserialnos. 2485 and 2486. 157 is Consular 
reports on Emigration and immigration. 

199 is Statistical abstract, 1886; 200 is Mint Bureau, pro- 
duction of precious metals, 1886. -f ■" 

Commercial relations, 1886, v. 1. 

Same, v. 2. 

Agriculture, 1887. 

Except 135, in serial no. 2492, and 146, in serial no. 2493. 
51 is National Home for D. V. Soldiers, 1S86. 

Rebellion records, series 1, v. 17, pt. 2. 

Same, v. 12, pt. 2, supplement, v. 12, pt. 2, is in serial 
no. 2323. 

Consular reports, v. 19 and 20, nos. 63-72. 

Patent Office, 1886. 

Mineral resources of U. S., 1885; Animal Industry Bu- 
reau report, 1886, 3d; etc. See, for 157, serial no. 2428. 



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8496 


7 

8 

9 

10 
11 
12 

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f58-162 

168, W4 

fl65 


Enlogles: Abraham Dowdney; John Amot, jr 
Beach; WilUain T. Price; William II. Cole. 

Geological Survey bulletins 24-36. 

Fish Commission Bulletin, 1886. 

Consular reports, v. 21, nos. 73-75. 

Ethnology report, 1884, 5th. . 

Smithsonian Institution, 1886, pt. 1. 

Same, pt. 2: National Museum. 

3501 is Telegraph facilities and services. 

Except 3994, 4012, not printed; and 4174, in si 
2502. 

Investigation of labor troubles, 1887. 


; Lewis 






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169 









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»2497 


167 




A8498. 

•2499 
2600 
2501 

2602 


170,pt. 1 

170, pt. 2 

347fr-3817 

3818-4181 

4174, 2 pts 


jrlalno. 


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CONGRESS, 1st SESSION 

Dec. 6, 1887— Oct. 20, 1888 


2603 






S. journal 






' 2504 


1 

2 
3 

4 
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6 

7 

8 

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10 

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12 
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2 

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5 
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10 


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1-50 


34 is Bimetallism in Europe; 48 is Interstate Commerce 
Commission, 1887, 1st report. - -*- -^ '"'J - " 

Pacific Railway Commission, report and testimony. 

Same, testimony. 

Same, testimony. ^^ j l^U»^ ^ it 

Same, testimony. 

Same, testimony and index. 

Except 91, in serial no. 2511, and 113, in serial no. 2512. 
124 is Forfeiture of Oregon lands. 

Rainfall of Pacific Slope; Climate of Oregon and Wash- 
ington. 

American fishing in British waters. 

130 is Mexican free zone; 142 is Washington papers (96 
sample pages); 143 is Venezuela Transportation Co. 

Except 223, in serial no. 2515. 194 is Kansas raikoad 
grants; 226 is British Guiana- Venezuela boundary. 

Civil Service Commission, 1887. 


2605 
2606 
2607 
2608 


51,ptS. [l]-3... 
51, pts. 4,5.... 
51,pts. 6, 7.... 

51^pt.8 

51, pts. 9, 10... 
52-124 


2609 
2610 




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2511 


91,282 


.2612 


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113 


2618 


125-193 

194-281 

223 


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2616 





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2616 


1-100 


Congressional directory, 3 editions; etc. 


2617 


101-211 

212 ... 


A 2d edition of 109, Fisheries treaty with Great Britain 
was issued, with a large map which does not appear in 
the 1st edition. 166 is Municipal election at Jackson, 
Miss. 

Appropriations, new oflBces, etc. 


2618 




do 

S. reports 

do 

do 

do 


2619 


1-315. . . 


2620 
2621 
2522 


316-506, 508-660 
607, pts. [1], 2 . 

507, pt. 3 

661-1193 

1194^1623 

1C24-1874 

1875-2396 

2332, 3pts 

2373, 2pts 


622, 2 pts., is International copyright hearings. 
Business methods in E.xecutive Departments. 
Same 


2523 




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2524 




do 




2526 
2526 

2527 
2528 
2529 


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do 

do 

do 

do 

H. journal. 


1630 is awards of Mexican Claims Commission. 

Except 2332, in serial no. 2527, and 2878, in serial no. 
2528. 

Tariff revision. 

Operations in civil service. 1888. 

Dec. 5, ]8S7, to Apr. 4 [121, 1888. (The House did not 
adjourn, but took recesses Apr. 4-12; the legislative 
day therefore was Apr. 4 for all that time.) 









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2530 
2531 

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2533 

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2539 
2540 
2541 
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«>2544 
2545 

,2546 
2547 

#2548 

0- 2519 

2550 

2551 

• 2552 
2553 
2554 
2555 

«2556 
2557 
2558 
2559 
2560 

2561 



30 



2563 31 

25&t 32 

2565 

, 2566 2 



2567 



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2571 



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4, 7-13, 18-28 



29, 



5; 14, pt. 3 
30.376. 

6, 2 pts 

14,pts. 1, 2.. 

15 

16 

17 

31-89 

90-210 

124, 382 

211-281 



282-469. 



400,405. 



402 

470 

1 1-41, 43-86, 
1 280. 
42,375 



87,pt. 1. 
87, pt. 2. 

164 

281-599. . 



.do. 



325. 



Apr. 13-Oct. 20, 1888. 

Index. 

Message and Foreign relations, 1887. 

War, 1887, v. 1. 

Same, v. 2, pt. I: Engineers. 

Same, v.^ 2, pt. 2: Engineers. : 

Same, v. 2, pt. 3: Engineers. 

Same, v. 2, pt. 4: Engineers. 

Same, v. 3 and 4: Ordnance and Signal Office. 

Navy, 1887. 

Post-Office, 1887. 

Interior, 1887, v. 1: Lands, etc. 

Same, v. 2: Indians, etc. 

fiaaae^'.^^ p*r H-G«ote3ieal Survey. 

Same, v. 3, pt. 2: Geological Survey. 

Same, v. 4: Education. 

Same, v. 5: Labor. 

Commissioners of District of Columbia, 1887. 

Treasury (Finances) 1887. 

Comptroller of Currency, 1887. 

4 is Internal Revenue Comr., 1887; 7 is Justice (Attor- 
ney-General) 1887; 21 is Texas Boundary Commission. 
] Estimates for 1889; Mail contracts, 1887; Deficiency es- 
timates. 

Commerce and navigation, 1887, 2 pts. 

Fines of mail contractors, 1887. 

Treasurer's accounts, 1887. 

Tests of iron and steel, 1887. 

Coast and Geodetic Survey, 1887. 

59 is Mississippi River Commission, 1887. 

Except 124, in serial no. 2559. 

Receipts and exjienses, 1885 and 1886. 

249 is Statistical abstract, 1887; 283 is American rights in 
Samoa. 

Except 376, in serial no. 2551; 382, in serial no. 2559; 
400 and 405, in serial no. 2562; 402, in serial no. 2563. 
309 is French spoliations; 401 is Coffee trade. 

Taxation in foreign countries; Mint Bureau, production 
of precious metals, 1887. 

Commercial relations, 1887. 

Agriculture, 1888. 

Except 63, in serial no. 2597, and 164, in serial no. 2569. 
86 is National Home for D. V. Soldiers, 1887. 

Mineral resources of U. S., 1886; Geological Survey bulle- 
tins 37-41. 

Official register, 1887, v. 1. 

Same, v. 2. 

Patent Office, 1887. 

Except 325, in serial no. 2571; 338, in serial no. 2572; 
339, in serial no. 2573; 341, in serial no. 2574; 342, 
in serial no. 2575; 374, in serial no. 2576; 376, in serial 
no. 2566; 387, in serial no. 2577; 571, in serial no. 
2578; 572, in serial no. 2579; 577, in serial no. 2576; 
585, in serial no. 2580, and 597, in serial no. 2596. 
550 is Wool, its history, manufacture, tariff, etc. 

Rebellion records, series 1, v. 18. 



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Series 


Document no. 


Notes 
















2572 


8 
9 
10 
11 

12 

13 
H 
15 
16 

1^ 
18 

19 

20 

20 
20 
20 
20 

» 

21 
22 

« 

24 
24 
25 

26 
27 

1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 

9 
10 
11 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 
6 



[1] 
2 


H. inisc.docs.. 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 


338 


Same, v. 19, pt. 1. 


2573 


339 


Same, v. 19, pt. 2. 


2574 


341 


Same, v, 20, pt. 1. 


2675 


342 


Same, v. 20, pt. 2. 

Acceptance of portraits of ex-Speakers Sedgwick, Var- 

num, and Banks. 
Eulogies: Seth C. Moflfatt. 




374 


2576 


577 




601 


Centennial celebration at Newburgh, N. Y. 


2577 


387 


--Ilebellion records, series 1, v. 21. 


2578 


57L 


Ethnology report, 1885, 6th. > > 
Importation of contract labor. 
Rebellion records, series 1, v. 22, pt. 1. 


2579 


572 


258(> 


585 


► 2581 
2582 
258S 


600, pt. 1 

600, pt. 2 

602 


Smithsonian Institution, 1887, pt. 1. 

Same, pt. 2: National Museum. 

Cruise of steamer Corwin, 1884. 

Diplomatic correspondence of American Rev 

(Wharton), introduction, etc. 
Same, correspondence, Feb. 5, 1775-Jan. 1, 1779. 
Same, Jan. 1, 1779-July 25, 1780. 
Same, July 25, 1780-Nov. 25, 1781. 
Same, Nov. 25, 1781-Nov. 13, 1782. 
Same, Nov. 13, 1782-Mar. 4, 1785, and index. 
Consular reports, v. 22 and 23, nos. 7t>-84. 
Same, v. 24 and 25, nos. 85-91. 
Same, v. 20 and 27, nos. 92-97. 
Geological Survey monographs, v. 13: Quicksilv 




2584 

2585 
2586 
2587 
2588 
2589 
2590 
2591 
2592 
2593 


603, pt. 1 

603, pt. 2 

603,pt.3 

603, pt. 4 

6a3,pt. 5 

603, pt. 6 

604,605 

606,607 

608,609 

610 


olution 


25M 


610 . 


Same, v. 13, atlas. 


2595 


611 


Same, v. 14: Fossils of New Jersey and Connecticut 


2596 


597 .. . 


VaUey. 
National Academy of Sciences memoirs, v. 4, pt. 2. 
Postal laws and regulations. 
178 is Telegraphic facilities and services. 
Except 855, not printed. 


2597 


63 


2598 




n. reports 

....^do 


1-260 


2599 


261-600 

601-970 

971-1380 

1381-1770 

1771-2250 

2251-2690 

2691-3200 

3112 


2600 




do 


2601 




... .do 




2602 




do 


Except 1488, not printed. 


2608 




.. .do 


2604 




do 


Except 2880, not printed. 

Except 2824, 2a41, 2^42, 2934, 2936, 2988, 2939, 2950, 

8144, not printed, and 3112, in serial no. 2()0Ci. 
Investigation of trusts. 

Except 8300, in serial no. 2608, and 8498, not printed. 
Government Printing Office investigation. 


2605 
2606 




do 

do 


2607 




do... 


3201-3532 

3300 


2608 




do 















50tli CONGRESS, 2d SESSION 

Dec. 3, 1888— Mar. 2. 1889 



2609 






S. journal 




Contains also proceedings 51st Cong, special session 

Senate, Mar. 4-Apr. 2, 1889, p. 651. 
17 is Opening of Sioux reservation; 31 is SamoMi affairs. 
%(i is Interstate Commerce Commission 1888 2d" 69 is 


2610 


1 
2 


.... 


S. ex. docs 

do 


1-59 


|S611 


60-76 










Affairs in TTayti; 70 is Volunteer troops to guard over- 
land mail and emigrant routes, 1861-66, which is 
reprinted in serial nos. 2678, 2679, and 2680. 



82452°— 11 6 



82 



SOtli CONGRESS, 2d SESSION— Continued 



¥ 


-3 
> 




Series 


Document no. 


Notes 










2612 


3 

4 




S. ex. docs.... 
do 


77-130 


77 is Sugar frauds; 106 is Bering Sea fisheries. 


2613 


131-147 


142 is Revenue frauds; 145 is Civil Service Commission, 








1888. Contains also 51st Cong, special session Senate, 
Mar. 4-Apr. 2, 1889, S. ex. doc. 1. 


2614 


1 
? 




S. misc. docs.. 
do 


1-30 


Congressional directorv, 2 editions; etc. 


2615 


31-61,63-93.... 


34 is Royal Gold and Silver Commission of Great 












Britain; 43 is Sunday rest bill hearings. Contains 
also 51st Cong, special session Senate, Mar. 4- Apr. 2, 
1889, S. misc. docs. 1-15. 


2616 


3 

4 

2 




do 

do.. 


62 


Texas election outrages, testimony. 


2617 


94 


Appropriations, new offices, etc. 


2618 
2619 




S. reports...'.. 
do 


2397-2604 

2605-2719 


2604 is I'late printing by hand vs. by machine. 
Except 2686, in serial no. 2620; 2705, in serial nos. 2621 












and 2622; 2707, in serial no. 2623, and 2710, in serial 












no. 2624. Contains also 51st Cong, special session Sen- 
ate, Mar. 4-Apr. 2, 1889, S. rps. 1-3, the last being 


2620 
2621 
2622 
2623 


3 

4 
4 
5 


1 
2 


do 

do 

do 

do 


2686, 2 pts 

2705 [pt.l].... 

2705, pt. 2 

2707 


Business methods in Executive Departments. 
Investigation of aqueduct tunnel in D. C. 
La Abra claim against Mexico. 
Same. 
Report on Indian traders. 


2624 


f, 




do 


2710 


Indian traders and Chippewa timber contracts. 


2625 






H. journal 






2626 
2627 


1 


1 
2 


H. ex. docs 

do 


l,pt-l 

l,pt.l 


Message and Foreign relations, 1888, pt. 1. 
Same, pt. 2. 


2628 


2 




do 


l,pt.2 


War, 1888, v. 1. 


« 2629 
» 2630 


3 
4 
5 
6 
7 




do 

do 

do 

do 

do 


l.pt.2 

l,pt. 2.. 


Same, v. 2, pt. 1: Engineers. 
Same, v. 2, pt. 2: Engineers. 
Same, v. 2, pt. 3: Engineers. 
Same, v. 2, pt. 4: Engineers. 


« 2631 


l,pt.2 


• 2632 


l,Dt.2 


» 2633 


l,pt.2 


Same, v. 3 and 4: Ordnance and Signal Office. 


2634 


8 




do 


l.pt.3 


Navy, 1888. 


2635 


q 




do 


l,pt.4 


Post-Ofl5ce, 1888. 


26S6 


10 




do 


l,pt.5 


Interior, 1888, v. 1: Lands. 


2637 


11 




do 

do 


l,pt.5 


Same, v. 2: Indians. 


S688 


l,pt.5......... 


Same, v. 3: Miscellaneous. 


»2639 


13 
14 
15 
16 




do 

do. 

do........ 

do 


l,pt.5 


Same, v. 4: Geological Survey. 


2610 


l,pt.5 


Same, v. 5: Education. 


»2641 


l,pt.5 


Same, v. 6: Labor. 


2642 


l,t)t.6 


Commissioners of District of Columbia, 1888. 


2643 


17 
18 
19 




do 

do 

do 


2 


Treasury (Finances) 1888. 


2644 
2645 


3 

4,7-21,23-30... 


Comptroller of Currency, 1888. 

Internal Revenue Comr., 1888; Justice (Attorney-Gen- 


2646 
2647 


20 
21 
22 
23 

24 




do 

do 

do 

do 

do 


5,71 

6 


eral) 1888; etc. 
Estimates of appropriations for 1890. 
Commerce and navigation, 1888. 


2648 


22 


Coast and Geodetic Survey, 1888. 


2649 
2650 


31[pt.l] 

31,pt.2 


Contracts for carrying mails, 1888, 
Fines of mail contractors, 1888. 


2651 


25 
26 




do 

do 


32-119 


Except 45, in serial no. 2653, and 71 , in serial no. 2646. 

158 is Mint Bur., production of precious metals, 1SS8. 

164, 166, Madagascar; 167 is Statistical abstract, 1888. 


12652 


120-169 


2653 


27 




do 


45 


Tests of metals, 1888. 



83 



50th CONGRESS, 2d SESSION— Continued 



!§' 


1 


1 


Series 


Document no. 


Notes 


'26»4 
* 26oo 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
11 
12 
13 
13 
14 
15 
16 

17 
18 

1 
2 

3 

4 




H. misc. docs.. 

do 

do 

do 


1-3.5-59,61,62, 
64-132, 135. 

4 


Except 109, In serial no. 26.58; 118, In serial no. 2660; 

129, in serial no. 2t560. 35 is Nat. Home for D. V. 

Soldiers, 1888; 103 is Inspection of soldiers' homes In 

States. 
Mineral resources, 1887. 


2656 


60 


Rebellion records, series 1, v. 22, pt. 2. 


2657 


63 


Digest of election cases, 48th-50th Congs. 


2658 


1 
2 

1 
2 


do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

^° 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 


109 


Patent Office, 1888, 


2659 


113 


Rebellion records, series 1, v. 23, pt. 1. 


2660 


129 


Same, v. 23, pt. 2. 

Fish Commission report, 1887. 

Irrigation in Egypt. 

Fish Commission Bulletin, 1887. 


2661 


133 


2662 


134 


2663 


136 


26^1 


137 


Geological Survey bulletins 42-46. 


2664- 


138 .. 


Same, 47-54. 


2665 


139 


Animal Industry Bureau rps., 1887 and 1888, 4th and 5th. 
Consular reports, v. 28, nos. 98-100. 
Same, v. 29, nos. 101-104. 


2666 


140 


2667 


141 


2668 
26«a 
2670 


142[pt. 1] 

142.pt 2 

143-145 

147.pts.l,2.... 
148 


Smithsonian Institution, 1888 [pt. 1]. 

Same [pt. 2]: National Museum. 

Eulogies: Edward W. Robertson; James N. Bumes; 


'2671 
2672 


.... 


do 

do 

H. reports 

do 


acceptance of statue of Lewis Cass. 146, Proceedings 
in accepting statues of Muhlenberg and Fulton, was 
never printed. 

Geological Survey monographs, v. 15: Potomac flora. 

Washington observations, 1884. 


2673 
2674 


3533-3869 

3870-4069 

4070-4168 

4147 


Except 3855 and 3864, not printed. 

Except 4058, not printed. 3883 is Alaska fur-seal 

fisheries. 
Except 4147, in serial no. 2676. 4156 relates to admis- 

sion of Utah; 4165, to trusts. 
Labor troubles In anthracite regions, 1887-88. 


2675 
2676 


.... 


do 

do 











51st CONGRESS, SPECIAIj SESSION SENATE 

Mar. 4— Apr. 2, 1889 



S. journal 

S. ex. docs 

S. misc. docs.. 
S. reports 



1.... 
1-15. 
1-3.. 



See serial no. 2609, p. 551. 
See serial no. 2613. 
See serial no. 2615. 
See serial no. 2619. 



51st CONGRESS, 1st SESSION 

Dec. 2, 1889— Oct. 1, 1890 



2677 












2678 


1 

3 
4 


.... 


S. e.x. docs 

do 




2-10 


I, Trade relations with Mexico, not printed. 10, Ne- 
vada war claims, has 3 docs, of 50th Cong, appended. 

II, California war claims, has same appendixes as doc. 10. 
Oregon war claims, with same appendixes as doc. 10. 
Centennial Intemat. Exhibition at Melbourne, 1888. 


2679 


11-16 


2680 


.... 


do 

do 


17 


'2681 


18 



84 



51st CONGRESS, 1st SESSION— Continued 



i<< 



¥ 


i 


^ 
(^ 


Series 


Document no. 


2682 


5 
6 


.... 


S. ex. docs 

do 


19-52 


2688 


53[pt. 1] 


2681 


7 




do., 


53,pts. 2, 3..-. 


268*5 


8 
9 




do 


54-59 


2686 




do 


60-122 


2687 


in 


do 


115 


2688 


11 

12 




do 


123-215 

216-239 


2689 




do 


2690 


13 




do 


231 


2691 


14 





do 


232,pt. 1 


2692 


15 





.....do 


232, pt. 2 


2693 


16 




do 


232, pts. 3,4... 


2694 


17 





do 


232, pt. 5 


2695 


18 




do 


232, pt. 6 


2696 


19 





do 


232, pt. 7 


2697 


1 .... 


S. misc. docs.. 


1-13 


2698 


?. 




do 


14-1€3 


2699 


3 




do 


78 


2700 


4 


.... 


do 


164-245 


•» 2701 


5 
6 




do 


178 


2702 




do 


246 


2703 


1 




S. reports..... 
do... 


1-300 


2704 


?, 




301-643 


2705 


3 




.....do 


644-829 


2706 


4 




do.. 


830-927 


^ 2707 


. .^ 


■r-TT^ 


.....dQ.^^.^. 


928,. pts. 1-3... 


«~f708 


6 




,,,..do 


928, pts. 4-6... 


2709 


7 





do 


929-1304 


2710 


8 
9 




Ao 


1305-1466 

1467-1843 


2711 




do 


2712 


10 




do 


1530, 2 pts 


2713 






H. journal. .. 




2714 


1 




H. ex. docs 


l,Pt.l 


2715 


2 





do 


l,pt.2 


2716 


3 





do 


l,pt.2........ 


2717 


4 




do 


l,pt.2 


2718 


5 




do 


l,pt.2 


2719 


6 




do 


l,pt.2 


<2720 


7 




do 


l,pt.2 »... 


2721 


« 




do 


l,pt.3 


2722 


9 





do 


l,pt.3 


2723 


10 




do 


l,pt.4 


2724 


11 





do 


l,pt.5 


2726 


12 





.....do 


l,pt.5 


2726 


13 




do 


l,pt.5 


*2727 


14 


1 


do 


l,pt.5 


2728 


14 


2 


do 


l,pt.5 


2729 


15 


1 


do 


l,pt.5 


2780 


15 


2 


do 


l,pt.5 



Notes 



22 is History of navy-yard at Washington, 1799-1889; 51 
is Sioux reservation. 

Intemat. Marine Conference, Washington, D. C, 1889, 
V. 1. 

Same, v. 2. 

Reports prepared for [1st] Intemat. American Confer- 
ence. " - - ■ *■ 

Except 115, in serial no. 2687. 

Rainfall in Nebraska. 

125 is [1st] International American Conference, railway 
line. 

Except 231, in serial no. 2690, and 232, in serial nos. 
2691-2696. 222 is Artesian wells. 

Intemat. American Conference [1889-90, 1st], Minutes. 

Same, reports, v. 1. 

Same, reports, v. 2. 

Same, reports, v. 3 and 4. 

Same, Spanish edition, v. 1. 

Same, Spanish edition, v. 2. 

Same, Spanish edition, v. 3. 

13 is Congressional directory, 3 editions. 

Except 78, in serial no. 2699. 

Patent Office, 1889. 

Except 178, in serial no. 2701. 170 is American Histor- 
ical Association, 1889. 

Tariff statements and tables. 

Appropriations, new offices, etc. 

15 is Awards of Mexican Claims Commission. 

538 is Montana election case. 

829 is Transportation and sale of meat products. 

847 is Transportation interests of U. S. and Canada. 

Irrigation and reclamation of ari<llajadsL,^£;^;:^v5i 

Same. 

936 is Immigration law expenses. 

1378 Is River and harbor appropriations. 

Except 1530, in serial no. 2712. 

Relations with Canada. 

Message and Foreign relations, 1889. 

War, 1889, v. 1. 

Same, v. 2, pt. 1: Engineers. 

Same, v. 2, pt. 2: Engineers. 

Same, v. 2, pt . 3: Engineers. 

Same, v. 2, pt. 4: Engineers. 

Same, v. 3 and 4: Ordnance and Signal Ofllce. 

Navy, 1889, v. 1. 

Same, v. 2. 

Post-Office, 1889. 

Interior, 1889, v. 1: Lands. 

Same, v. 2: Indians. 

Same, v. 3: Miscellaneous. 

Same, v. 4, pt. 1: Geological Survey. 

Same, v. 4, pt. 2: Geological Survey. 

Same, v. 5, pt. 1: Education. 

Same, v. 6, pt. 2: Education. 



85 



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Document no. 



Notes 



37 



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H. misc. docs. 



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-do. 

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l,pt. G.. 
l,pt. 7.. 
;i,pt.8.. 
4.7 



2 

3.2pts 

5,174,394... 

6[pt.l] 

6,pt. 2 

S-13, 15-39... 

14 

40-54, 56-105. 

55 

106-140...... 



113[pt. ]]. 
113, pt. 2. 
141-212. . . 
213-263. . . 



264, 2 pts. 
265-294. . . 
295-391... 



392-470. 



410,pt. 1 

410, pt. 2 

410,pt.3 

410, pt. 4 

410,pt.5 

436 

437 

1-3,7-43.46-76. 

4 

5 



41 [pt. 1]. 
41,pt. 2.. 

44 

45 



77-104, 107-145, 
149-175. 



105. 
106. 
146. 
147. 
148. 



Commissioners of District of Columbia, 1889. 

Agriculture, 1889. 

Civil Service Conunissioii, 1889. 

Internal Revenue Comr., 1889; Justice (Attorney-Gen- 
eral) 1889. 

Treasury (Finances) 1889. 

Comptroller of Currency, 1889. 

Estimates of appropriations for 1891. 

Commerce and navigation, 1889 [pt. 1]. 

Same, pt. 2: Internal commerce. 

13 is Statistical abstract, 1889. 

Tests of metals, 1889. 

Various river and harbor surveys. 

Coast and Geodetic Survey, 1889. 

Except 113, in serial nos. 2744 and 2745. 106 is Proposed 
road from Washington to Mt. Vernon. 

Mail contracts, 1889. 

Fines of mail contractors, 1889. 

Except 174, in serial no. 2736. 

Savannah River survey, etc. 247 is Chippewa Indians 
in Minnesota. 

Waterway from Lake Michigan to Illinois River. * ~ ' 

294 is Receipts and expenses, 1887. 

Except 336, in serial no. 2751. 354 is Mint Bur., produc- 
tion of precious metals, 1889; 360 is Re-rating of 
pensions. 

Labor Department, 5th, 1889: Railroad labor. 

Except 394, in serial no. 2736; 410, in serial nos. 2753- 
2757; 436, in serial no. 2758, and 437, in serial no. 
2759. 392 is Importations of breadstuffs and provi- 
sions. 

Paris Exposition of 1889, v. 1. 

Same, v. 2. 

Same, v. 3. 

Same, v. 4. 

Same, v. 5. 

Treasurer's accounts, 1889. 

Commercial relations, 1888. i^ 

Except 41 , in serial nos. 2764 and 2765. 50 is Interstate 
Commerce Commission, 1889, 3d. ^■-''' '"' 

Rebellion records, series 1, v. 24, pt. 1. 

Same, v. 24, pt. 2. 

Same, v. 24, pt. 3. 

Official register, 1889, v. 1. 

Same, v. 2. 

Rebellion records, series 1, v. 25, pt. 1. 

Same, v. 25, pt. 2. 

77 is National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, 
1889; 133 is Bibliography of economic entomology; 168 
is Melville Fuller's Address on George Washington. 

Rebellion records, series 1, v. 26, pt. 1. 

Same, v. 26, pt. 2. 

Same, v. 27, pt. 1. 

Same, v. 27, pt. 2. 

Same, v. 27, pt. 3. 



86 



51st CONGRESS, 1st SESSION— Continued 






2774 
#2776 

(f 2778 
2779 

2780 
2781 

2782 



27as 

2784 
2785 
2786 
2787 
2788 
2789 
2790 
2791 
2792 
2793 
2794 
2795 
2796 
2797 
2798 
2799 

2800 
2801 



2804 



2806 
2807 



2810 
2811 
2812 
2813 
2814 
2815 
2816 



10 



Series 



H. misc. docs,, 



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Document no. 



176 

177-222 

225-227 

230, 235, 236. . . 
242, 250-260. . . 

194 

211,261 

223 

224, pt. 1 

224, pt. 2 

228 

229 243 262-266 

231 

232, 233 

234 

237 

238 

239 

240 

241 

244 

245 

246 

247 

248 

219 

257 

267 

268 

269 

270 

271 

272,pt.l 

272, pt. 2...... 

273 

274 

1-289 

290-657 

658-1044 

1045-1210 

1211-1648 

1649-2084 

2085-2445. .'... 

2446-2772 

2773-3025 

3026-3243 



Notes 



Tariff hearings, 1889-90. 

Except 194, In serial no. 2776; 211, in serial no. 2777, 

230 is Mineral resources of U. S., 1888. ;, 

E xcept 257 , in serial no. 2797. £" ^ L_ 

Geological Survey monographs, v. 1: Lake Bonneville. 

Salmon of Alaska; Fish Commission Bulletin, 1888. 

Rebellion records, series 1, v. 28, pt. 1. 

Smithsonian Institution, 1889 [pt. 1]. 

Same [pt. 2]: National Museum. 

Rebellion records, series 1, v. 28, pt. 2. 

Eulogies: W. D. Kelley; S. S. Cox; R. W. Townshend; 
David Wilber; N. W. Nutting; S. J. Randall; James 
Laird. 

Consular reports, v. 30, nos. 105-107*. 

Same, v. 31, nos. 108-111, and index to v. 18-31. 

Same, v. 32, nos. 112-115. 

Official opinions of Attorneys-General, v. 17. 

Same, v. 18. 

Same, v. 19. 

Rebellion records, series 1, v. 29, pt. 1. 

Same, v. 29, pt. 2. 

Geological Survey bulletins 55-61. 

Rebellion records, series 1, v. 30, pt. 1. 

Same, v. 30, pt. 2. 

Same, v. 30, pt. 3. 

Same, v. 30, pt. 4. 

Geological Survey monographs, v. 16: Paleozoic fishes. 

Washington observations, 1885. 

Consular reports, v. 33, nos. 116-119. 

Special consular reports, v. 1: Cotton textiles, flies, car- 
pets, malt and beer, fruit culture. 

Entomological Commission report, 5th. 

Animal Industry Bureau reports, 1889 and 1890, 6th 
and 7th. 

Tertiary insects of North America (Hayden). 

Contributions to North American ethnology, v. 2, pt. 1: 
Klamath Indians. 

Same, V. 2,pt. 2. 

Same, v. 6: Cegiha language. See, for v. 5, serial no. 
2062; v. 1, 3, and 4, not in Congressional set. 

Fish Commission report, 1888. 



Except 712, not printed. 

1210 is American merchant marine in foreign trade. 

Except 1473, not printed. 

Except 2070, not printed. 

2445 is Civil Service Commission investigation. 



Except 8174, not printed. 



/ 



87 



61st CONGRESS, 2d SESSION 

Dec. 1, 189Q— Mar. 3, 1891 



2842 

2848 

•2844 

• 2845 
• 2846 

2847 
2A48 

* 2849 j 19 

2850 I 20 

2851 ! 21 



2G 



Series 



S. journal... 
S. ex. docs.. 
S. misc. docs. 



do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

S. reports.. 

do 

....do 

H. journal.. 
H. ex. docs. 

....do 

.V.do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do.!... 
....do..... 

....do 

....do 

....do 

-...do 

.-..do 

..-.do 

....do 



Document no. 



26.... 
27-93. 



•do 

-do 

..do 



.do. 



.do. 
.do. 



58 

83 

94 

95 

1844-2129. 
2130-2360. 
2361-2624. 



l,pt.l .. 
i,pt. 2 . 
l,pt. 2 . 
l,pt.2.. 
l,pt.2.. 
l.pt.2.. 
l,pt.2.. 
l,pt.2.. 
l,pt.3.., 
l,pt.4.., 
l,pt.5... 
l.pt. 5-., 
l,pt.5... 
l,jpt.5... 
l.pt. 5... 
1, pt. 5 . . 
1, pt. 5 . . 
1, pt. 6 . . 
1, pt. 7 . . 

2 

3, 2pts,. 
l.pt. 8.. 
4,7 



5, 167. . . 
6 [pt. 1]. 
6,pt. 2., 
a-47 



45, pt. 1.. 

45, pt. 2.. 
48-128.... 



Notes 



70. 



53 is Irrigation investigations and reports. „ 

9 is Congressional directory, 2 editions; 13 is Interstate 

Commerce Commission, 1890, 4th. '^'^'^ ^ ^^ "i 
Eulogies: James B. Beck. 
Except 68, in serial no. 2822, and 88, in serial no. 2823. 

77 is Investigation of Fish Commission. 
Patent Office, 1890. 

American Historical Association, 1890. 
National Academy of Sciences memoirs, v. 5. 
Appropriations, new offices, etc. 

1944 is Nicaragua Canal Company, history and progress. 
Tariff statistics, 1789-1890; etc. . > >-. ._^. wt .5 >u-i- * 
2615 is Investigation of Supervising Architect's Office. 

Message and Foreign relations, 1890. 

War, 1890, v. 1. 

Same, v. 2, pt. 1: Engineers. 

Same, v. 2, pt. 2: Engineers. 

Same, v. 2, pt. 3: Engineers. 

Same, v. 2, pt. 4: Engineers. 

Same, v. 3: Ordnance. 

Same, v. 4: Signal Office. 

Navy, 1890. 

Post-Office, 1890. 

Interior, 1890, v. 1: Lands. 

Same, v. 2: Indians. 

Same, v. 3: Miscellaneous. 

Same, v. 4, pt. 1: Geological Survey. 

Same, v. 4, pt. 2: Geological Survey. 

Same, v. 5, pt. 1: Education. 

Same, v. 5, pt. 2: Education. 

Agriculture, 1890. 

Commissioners of District of Columbia, 1890. 

Treasury (Finances) 1890. 

Comptroller of Currency, 1890. 

Civil Service Commission, 1890. 

Internal Revenue Conu:., 1890; Justice (Attorney-Gen- 
eral) 1890. 

Estimates for 1892; Deficiency estimates, 1891. 

Commerce and navigation, 1890 [pt. 1]. 

Same, pt. 2: Internal commerce. 

Except 46, in serial nos. 2856 and 2857. 46 is Statistical 
abstract, 1890; 47 is Receipts and expenses, 1888. ' 

Special consular reports [v. 5]: Canals and irrigation in 
foreign countries. 

Same [v. 4]: Port regulations in foreign countries. 

Except 70, in serial no. 2859; 80, in serial no. 2860; 90, 
in serial no. 2861, and 106, pt. 3, in serial no. 2862. 
106, pt. 1, is Post-Office expenses, pt. 2 is Mail con- 
tractor's fines, 1890. 

Commercial relations, 1889. 

Coast and Geodetic Survey, 1890. 



88 



51st CONGRESS, 2d SESSION— Continued 



Series 



Document no. 



Notes 



2861 



28M 



2867 



2870 
2871 
2872 
2873 
2874 
2875 
2876 

2877 
2878 



• 2886 



2890 



H. ex. docs. 
....do 



-do. 



90 

106, pt. 3. 
129-209. . . 



-do. 



165. 



.do. 



-do. 



II. misc. docs.. 



.do. 



H. reports. 

....do 

....do 

....do 



210-295. 



265. 



287 

ri-11, 15-75.. 

17^127 

12 

13 

14 

76 

77 

rs 

108, 133-135. 



128 

129,pt. 1. 
129, pt. 2. 

130 

131 

132 

136 

137 

3244-3471. 
3472..".... 
3473-3732. 
3733-3878. 



3879-4006. 



4007-4058. 



Treasurer's accounts, 1890. 

Business of Post-Office Department, 1890. 

Except 165, in serial no. 28G4, and 16r, in serial no. 

2852. 181 is Susf)ended land entries, 1890. 
Tests of metals, 1890. 
All H. ex. docs, are accounted for in other vols. There 

was no V. 35 issued. The index calls for no such vol. 
Except 265, in serial no. 2S67, and 287, in serial no. 

2868. 295 is Mint Bureau, production of precious 

metals, 1890. 
Labor Department, Gth, 1890: Cost of production, iron, 

steel, coal, etc. 
Water storage in arid regions. 

38 is Nat. Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, 1890. 
Except 108, in serial no. 2876. 
Rebellion records, series 1, v. 31, pt. 1. 
Same, v. 31, pt. 2. 
Same, v. 31, pt. 3. 
Same, v. 32, pt. 1. 
Same, v. 32, pt. 2. 
Same, v. 32, pt. 3. 
Eulogies: E. J. Gay; L. F. Watson; J. P. Walker; James 

Phelan. 
Consular reports, v. 34, nos. 120-123. 
Smithsonian Institution, 1890 [pt. 1]. 
Same [pt. 2J: National Museum. 
Diseases of horse. 
Fish Commission Bulletin, 1889. 
Washington observations, 1886. 
Geological Survey bulletins 62-65. 
Digest of contested elections in 51st Congress. 
3446 is Ohio ballot-box contract. 
Immigration reports. 

3732 is Investigation of Commissioner of Pensions Raum . 
3767 is Ceding of arid lands; 3823 is Illegal practices of 

U. S. courts. 
3967 is Coinage of gold and silver; 4006 is Silver pool in- 
vestigation. 
4038 is Civil Service Comn. investigation; 4048 is Chinese 

iminigration. 



52d CONGRESS, 1st SESSION 

Dec. 7, 1891— Aug. 5, 1892 







1 


.... 


2 




3 


1 


3 


2 



journal... 
ex. docs . . 



do. 

do. 



....do. 



5, 153, 157. 
8, pts. 1-5. 



8, pts. 6-9, 11. 



Except 5, in serial no. 2893, and 8, in serial nos. 2894- 
2898. 

Texas climate; Cable to Hawaii; Dakota climate. 

American RepubUcs Bureau, 1st report, 1891; Hand- 
book of American Republics (English); same (Span- 
ish); Brazil; Mexico. 

Same: Costa Rica; Guatemala- Colombia; Venezuela; 
Commercial directories. 



89 



52d CONGRESS, lat SESSION— Oontinucd 



Serl69 



Document no. 



Notes 



S. ex. dors 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

dp.... 



.do. 
.do. 



.do. 



8. misc. docs. 
do 



..do. 
..do. 
..do. 



do 

do 

do 

S. reports.. 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

H. journal. 
H. ex. docs. 

..do 

..do 

..do 

..do 

..do 

..do 

..do 

..do 

..do 

..do 

..do 

..do 

..do 

..do.,... 

..do 

..do 

..do 

..do 

..do 

..do 

..do 



8, pt. 10 

8, pt. 10 

8, pt. 10 

41, 4pts 

42-83 

84-156 

149[pt. IJ... 
149, pts. 2-6. 



149, pts. 7-11 



1, 3 pts. 
3-07.... 



65, 192. 

68 

^98-226. 



227 

228,229.. 

1-148 

149-453... 
454-665... 
666-849... 
850-1116.. 
986, pt. 1. 
986, pt. 2. 
986, pt. 3. 



l,pt. 
l,pt. 
l,pt. 
l,pt. 
l,pt. 
l,pt. 
l,pt. 
l,pt. 
l,pt. 
l,pt. 
l,pt. 
l,pt. 
l,pt. 
l,pt. 
1, pt. 
l,pt. 
l,pt. 
l,pt. 
l,pt. 
l,pt. 
l,pt. 
l,pt. 



Tariffs of American Republics, v. 1. 

Same, v. 2. 

Same, v. 3. 

Artesian and underflow investigation. 

58 Is Pine liidge and Ilosebud Indian reservations. 

Except 149, in serial no. 2902, and 168 and 157, both in 
serial no. 2893. 

Handbook of American Republics, 1893. 

Handbooks: Nicaragua; Santo Domingo; Laws of im- 
migration and public lands in American Republics; 
Paraguay; Bolivia. 

Handbooks: Honduras; Salvador; Peru; Uruguay; 
Haiti. 

Congressional directory, 3 editions. 

Except 65, in serial no. 2905, and 68, in serial no. 2906, 
31 is Interstate Commerce Commission, 1891, 5th. 

Fish-cultural stations; Salmon of Alaska. -^'-^ ^ 

Patent Office, 1891. 

Except 169, in serial no. 2908, and 192, in serial no. 
2905. 173 is American Historical Association, 1891. 

National Academy of Sciences memoirs, v. 6. 

Appropriations, new offices, etc. 

Eulogies: P. B. Plumb; E. K. Wilson. 

18 is Printing and distributing public dociunents. 



River and harbor appropriations; etc. 

Except 986, in serial nos. 2916-2918. 

Effect of tariff law upon prices and wages, pt. 1. 

Same, pt. 2. 

Same, pt. 3. 

Message and Foreign relations, 1891. 

War, 1891, v. 1. 

Same, v. 2, pt. 1: En^neers. 

Same, v. 2, pt. 2: Engineers. 

Same, v. 2, pt. 3: Engineers. 

Same, v. 2, pt. 4: Engineers. 

Same, v. 2, pt. 5: Engineers. 

Same, v. 2, pt. 6: Engineers. 

Same, v. 3: Ordnance. 

Same, v. 4: Signal Office. 

Same, v. 5: Inspector-general. 

Navy, 1891. 

Post-Office, 1891. 

Interior, 1891, v. 1: Lands. 

Same, v. 2: Indians. 

Same, v. 3: Miscellaneous. 

Same, V. 4,.p^t. 1: Geological Survey. 

Same, v. 4, pt. 2: Geological Survey. 

Same, v. 5, pt. 1: Education. 

Same, v. 5, pt. 2: Education. 

Agriculture, 1S91. 

Commissioners of District of Columbia, 1891. 



90 



52d CONGRESS, 1st SESSION— Continued 



h 


r. 


^ 


Series 


Dociiment no. 


Notes 


^" 


> 


Ph 








2942 


22 




H. ex. docs ... 


l,pt.8 

4,7 


€ivil Service Com mission, 1891. 

Internal Revenue Comr., 1891; Justice (Attorney-Gen- 
eral) 1891. 












2913 


23 





do 


2 


Treasury (Finances) 1891. 


2M4 


'>4 




do 


3,pt.l 

3,pt.2 


Comptroller of Currency, 1891, v. 1, 
Same, v. 2: National banks. 


2945 


25 


.... 


do 


2946 


'>f> 




. ...do. 


5,94,205 


Estimates of appropriations for 1893 and deficiencies. 
Commerce and navigation, 1891 [pt. 1]. 


2947 


27 




do 


C[pt.l] 


2948 


28 





do 


6,pt.2 


Same, pt. 2: Internal commerce. 


2949 


M 




do 


8-28 


15 is Electrical Commission of District of Columbia. 


2950 


30 




do 


2&-42, 44-46.... 
43,pt. 1 


Many relate to river surveys. 
Coast and Geodetic Survey, 1891. 


2951 


31 




...-■.do 


• 2952 


32 




do 


43,pt.2 


Same, pt. 2. 


2953 


33 




do 


47-79 


53 is Statistical abstract, 1891; 74 includes Checklist of 










public documents, 1st edition. 


2954 


34 




do 


80-135 


Except 94, in serial no. 2946. 91 is Relations with Chile. 


2955 


35 




do 


136-160,162-200. 


200 is Mint Bureau, production of precious metals, 1891. 


2956 


36 




do 


161 


Tests of metals, 1891. 


^2957 


37 


.... 


do 


201-275 


Except 205, in serial no. 2946, and 232, in serial no. 2958. 
204 is Commercial relations, 1890 and 1891; 235, 2 pts., 
is Causes which incite immigration to U. S. 


29581 


38 


[1] 


do 


232,pt. 1 


Labor Department, 7th, 1891: Cost of production, tex- 
tiles and glass, v. 1. 


» 29583 


38 


12] 


do 


232, pt. 2 


Same, v. 2. 


2959 


1 




H. misc. docs. . 


1-10,27-335.... 


Except 48, in serial nos. 2980-2984; 50, in serial nos. 
2985 and 2986; 60, in serial no. 2987; 77, in serial no. 
2988; 107, in serial no. 2989; 141, in serial no. 2990; 
153, in serial no. 2991; 154, in serial no. 2992; 233, in 
serial nos. 2993-2995; 234, in serial no. 2990; 256, in 
serial no. 2996; 258, in serial no. 2997; 261, in serial no, 
2998; 295, in serial no. 2999; 296, in serial no. 3000; 
320, in serial no. 2990; 334, in serial nos. 3001 and 3002. 
335 is Eabor troubles at Homestead, Pa., 1892. 


2960 


? 




do 


11 


Washington observations, 1887. 


2961 


3 




do 


12 : 


Rebellion records, series 1, v. 33. 


2962 


4 




do 


13,pt. 1 


Same, v. 34, pt. 1. 


2963 


5 




do 


13,pt.2 


Same, v. 34, pt. 2. 


2964 


6 





.....do 


13,pt.3 


Same, v. 34, pt. 3. 


2965 


7 




do 


13, pt. 4 


Same, v. 34, pt. 4. 


2966 


8 





do 


14,pt.l 


Same, v. 35, pt. 1. 


2967 


9 





do 


14,pt.2 


Same, v. 35, pt. 2. 


2968 


10 




do 


15,pt.l 


Same, v. 36, pt. 1. 


2969 


11 





do 


15,pt.2 


Same, v. 36, pt. 2. 


2970 


12 




do 


15,pt.3 


Same, v. 36, pt. 3. 


2971 


13 




do 


16,pt. 1 


Same, v. 37, pt. 1. 


2972 


14 




do 


16,pt.2 


Same, v. 37, pt. 2. 


2973 


1^ 




. .do 


17,18 


Consular reports, v. 35 and 36, nos. 124-131. 










19 


Special consular reports, v. 2: Refrigerators and food 


2974 


16 




do 




preservation, European emigration, olive culture, 







beet-sugar and flax. 










20 


Same, v. 3: Streets and highways. 


2975 


17 




do 


21,22 


Geological Survey bulletins 66-71. 


2976 


18 
19 
20 




.do 


23 


Same, 72-75. 


2977 




do 


24 


Same, 76-80. 


2978 




do 


25,336 


Same, 81-83. 



91 



62d CONGRESS, 1st SESSION— Continued 



Series 



Document no. 



Notes 



H. misc. docs..! 2G. 



50 


2 


50 


2 


50 


3 


50 


4 


50 


4 


50 


5 


50 


5 


50 


6 


50 


7 


50 


8 


50 


8 


50 


9 


50 


10 


50 


11 


50 


11 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 

.do. 
.do. 
.do. 

.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 

.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



.do. 
-do. 

.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 

.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do., 
.do., 
•do., 
.do., 
-do., 
.do.. 



48,ptl.. 
48,pt.2.. 
48,pt3.. 
48,pt4.. 
48,pt.5... 
8D[pt. IJ. 
50,pt.2.. 



77 

107 

141,234,320. 



153 

154 

233,pt.l. 
233, pt. 2. 
233, pt. 3. 

256 

258 

261 

261 



295 

296 

334, pt.]. 
334, pt. 2. 

337 

338,pt.l. 
338, pt. 2. 
33S,pt.3. 



),pt. 1. 



340, pt. 4. 
340, pt. 4. 



340, pt. 6.. 
340, pt 6.. 
340, pt. 6.. 
340,pt.l4. 



340,pt.l4.. 
340,ptl5.. 
340,pt. 17.. 
340, pt. 18. 
340, pt. 18. 
340, pt. 7.. 
340, pt. 20. 
340, pt. 21. 
340, pt. 21. 



Contributions to Nort;h American ethnology, v. 7: 

Dakota-English dictionary. 
Rebellion records, series 1, v. 38, pt. 1. 
Same, v. 38, pt. 2. 
Same, v. 38, pt. 3. 
Same, v. 38, pt. 4. 
Same, v. 38, pt. 5. 
Official register, 1891, v. 1. 
Same, v. 2. 
Geological Survey monographs, v. 17: Flora of Dakota 

group. 
Same, v. 18: Paleontology of New Jersey, 
Ethnology report, 1886, 7th. 
Eulogies: Speakers Grow and Randall; L. C. Houk; 

W. II. F. Lee. 
Special consular reports, v. 6: Coal, gas, India rubber. 
Consular reports, v. 37, nos. 132-135. 
Rebellion records, series 1, v. 39, pt. 1. 
Same, v. 39, pt. 2. 
Same, v. 39, pt. 3. 
Wasliington observations, 1888. 
Consular reports, v. 38, nos. 136-139. 
Atlas to Rebellion records, plates 1-84 and index. 
Same, plates 85-175. These 2 v. were issued as bound 

Congressional documents in 1903. 
Ethnology report, 1887, 8th. 
Mineral resources of U. S., 1889 and 1890. 
Smithsonian Institution, 1891 [pt. 1]. 
Same [pt. 2J: National Museum. 
Geological Survey bulletins 84-86. 
Rebellion records, series 1, v. 40, pt. 1. 
Same, v. 40, pt. 2. 
Same, v. 40, pt. 3. 

Consular reports, v. 39, nos. 140-143. 
nth census. Final volumes: Mineral industries. Of 

doc. 340, pts. 2, 3, 5, 8-13, 16, and 19, were not applied 

to any publication and are therefore missing. 
Same: Wealth, debt, and taxation, pt. 1, public debt. 
Same: Wealth, debt, and taxation, pt. 2, valuation and 

taxation. 
Same: Compendimn, pt, 1, population. 
Same: Compendium, pt. 2, vital and social statistics, etc. 
Same: Compendium, pt. 3, population, etc. 
Same: Insurance business, pt. 1, fire, marine, and inland 

insiu-ance. 
Same: Insurance business, pt. 2, life insurance. 
Same: Indians. 
Same: Churches. 
Same: Population, pt. 1. 
Same: Population, pt. 2. 
Same: Alaska. 

Same: Agriculture, irrigation, fisheries. 
Same: Transportation business, pt. 1, by land. 
Same: Transportation business, pt. 2, by water. 



92 



62d CONGRESS, 1st SESSION— Contiimed 



•§ d 


"o 


^ 


Series 


Document no. 


Notes 


CQ 


> 


a3 








3024 


SO 


12 


H. misc. docs.. 


340, pt. 22 


Same: Manufacturing industries, pt. 1, totals for States 
and industries. 


3025 


50 


12 


do 


340, pt. 22 


Same: Manufacturing industries, pt. 2, statistics of 
cities. 


3026 


50 


12 


do 


340, pt. 22 


Same: Manufacturing industries, pt. 3, selected indus- 
tries. 


3027 


50 


13 


do 


340, pt. 23 


Same: Real estate mortgages. 


3028 


50 


14 


do 


340, pt. 24 


Same: Crime, pauperism, and benevolence, pt. l.analy- 


8029 


50 


14 


do 


340, pt. 24 


Same: Crime, pauperism, and benevolence, pt. 2, gen- 
eral tables. 


3030 


50 


15 


do 


340, pt. 25 


Same: Farms and homes. 


3031 


50 


16 


do 


340, pt. 26 


Same: Insane, feeble-minded, etc. 


8032 


50 


17 


do 


340, pt. 27 


Same: Occupations. A special report; not a "final 
volvmie." 


8033 


50 


18 


do 


340,pt.28 


Same: Vital and social statistics, pt. 1, analysis and 
rate tables. 


3034 


50 


18 


do 


340,pt.28 


Same: Vital and social statistics, pt. 2, vital statistics. 


8035 


50 


18 


do 


340, pt. 28 


Same: Vital and social statistics, pt. 3, statistics of 
deaths. 


8036 


50 


18 


do 


340, pt. 28 


Sam.e: Vital and social statistics, pt. 4, statistics of 
deaths. 


3037 


50 


19 


do 


340, pt. 29 


Same: Statistical atlas. 


8038 


51 




do 


341 


Fish Commission Bulletin, 1890. 


3039 


5? 




.do... 


342.. 


Geological Survey monographs, v. 19: Penokee iron- 
bearing series. 












8040 


53 


[1] 

[^1 


.do 


343 


Same, v. 20: Geology of Eureka district, Nev. 


30tl 


53 


do 


[343] 


Same, v. 20, atlas. 


3042 


1 




H. reports 


1-322 




3043 


2 


.... 


do 


323-686 


•Except 634, not printed. 


3044 


3 





do 


687-943 




3045 


4 




do 


944-1302 




3046 


5 





do 


1303-1641 


Except 1454, in serial no. 3047. 


3047 


6 




. . .do 


1454 


Expenditures of World's Fair, Chicago, 1893. 


3048 


7 




do 


1642-1955 


Except 1868, in serial nos. 3049 and 3050. 


3049 


8 





do 


1868, pt.l 


Pension Office investigation. 


3050 


9 




do 


1868, pt. 2 


Same. 


3051 


10 




do 


1956-2147 


Except nos. 1960, in serial no. 3052; 2087, not printed, 
and 2090, in serial no. 3053. 1956 is Yellowstone Na- 
tional Park investigation; 1966 is Abuses in U. S. 
courts. 


3052 


11 




do 


1960 


Labor Dept., 2d special rp.: Labor laws in States and 












Territories. 1st and 3d rps., not in CongressionaV>et. 


3053 


12 




do 


2090 


Immigration investigation, Ellis Island, 1892. " . 









52d CONGRESS, 2d SESSION 

Dec. 6, 1892— Mar. 3, 1893 



S. journal. 



S. ex. docs. 
do 



1-19 

20-36,39-68... 



Contains also proceedings special session Senate, 53d 

Cong., Mar. 4- Apr. 15, 1893, p. 169. 
15-18 relate to Indian affairs and contracts. 
Except 65, in serial no. 3060, and 66, in serial no. 3061. 

20 is Operations of Animal Industry Bureau, 1892. 



9.^ 



62d CONGRESS, 2d SESSION— Continued 



Series 



Document no. 



Not<58 



S. ex. docs. 

do 



do. 

do. 



.do. 



..do. 
..do. 
do., 



30&i 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
I 17 
!l8 
: 19 



.do. 



S. misc. docs. 



....do.... 
....do.... 
....do.... 
S. reports. 



.do. 



do 

-do 

do 

....do 

H. journal.. 

H, ex. docs. 

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37,pt.l 

37, pt. 2 

38, pt. 1 



65.... 

66.... 

69-107 



84, 96, 3 pts. . . 



1-14,16-52,54- 
56, 58-03, 69. 

15 

53 

57 

64,65,66 



67. 



70 

1117-1285. 



J286-1393. 



1394, pt.l.. 
1394, pt. 2.. 
1394, pt. 3.. 
1394, pt. 4.. 



1, pt. 
l,pt. 
l,pt. 
l,pt. 
l,pt. 
l,pt. 
l,pt. 
l,pt. 
l,pt. 
l,pt. 
l,pt. 
l,pt. 
l,pt. 
l,pt. 
l,pt. 
l,pt. 
1, pt. 
l,pt. 
l,pt. 



Coast and Geodetic Survey, 1892, v. 1. 

Same, v. 2. 

Financial statistics, 1830-(hi. Pts. 2 and 3 of this docu- 
ment have never been compiled owing to failure of 
Congress to appropriate for the purpose. 

Labor Department, 8th, 1892: Industrial education. 

Labor Department, 4th special report: Compulsory in- 
surance in Germany. 

Except 84 and 96, in serial no. 3063. 76 is Annexation of 
Hawaii; 82 is International Monetary Conference at 
Brussels, 1892. Contains also 53d Cong, special ses- 
sion Senate, Mar. 4-Apr. 15, 1893, S. ex. docs. 1^. 

Bureau of American Republics, 1892; Latin American 
markets; Handbook of Ecuador; Handbook of Argen- 
tine Republic. 

1, 2 pts., is Congressional directorj', 2 editions; 61 is Civil 
Service Commission, information and civil list. 

Interstate Commerce Commission, 1892, 6th. 

Patent Office, 1892. 

American Historical Association, 1892. 

Eulogies: John S, Barbour; George Hearst; John E. 
Kennai. 

Senate contested elections, 1789-1885. 

Senate precedents. 

Appropriations, new offices, etc. 

1142, Nicaragua Canal Company, includes reprint of S. 
rp. 1944, 51st Cong. 2d sess.; 1280 is Investigation of 
labor troubles. 

1286 is Failed national banks; 1333 is Immigration con- 
ditions. Contains also 53d Cong, special session Sen- 
ate, Mar. 4-Apr. 15, 1893, S. rps. 1-9. 

Wholesale prices, wages and transportation, 1893, pt. 1. 

Same, pt. 2.] 

Same, pt. 3. [ Pt. 1 contains same matter condensed. 

Same, pt. 4.J 

Message and Foreign relations, 1892. 
War, 1892, v. 1. 
Same, v. 2, pt. 1: Engineers. 
Same, v. 2, pt. 2: Engineers. 
Same, V. 2, pt. 3: Engineers. 
Same, v. 2, pt. 4: Engineers. 
Same, v. 2 [pt. 5]: Engineers, atlas. 
Same, v. 3: Ordnance. 
Same, v. 4: Inspector-general. 
Navy, 1892. 
Post-Office, 1892. 
Interior, 1892, v. 1: Lands. 
Same, v. 2: Indians. 
Same, v. 3: Miscellaneous. 
Same, v. 4, pt. 1: Geological Survey. 
Same, v. 4, pt. 2: Geological Survey. 
Same, v. 4, pt. 3: Geological Survey. 
Same, v. 5, pt. 1: Education. 
Same, v. 5, pt. 2: Education. 



94 



52a CONGRESS, 2d SESSION— Continued 



Series 



Document no. 



Notes 



H. ex. docs. 
....do 



...do.... 



....do 

....do 

H. misc. docs. 



•do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
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l,pt. 6. 
l,pt. 7. 
1, pts. 8 
4,7.... 



2 

3, pt. 1.. 
3,pt. 2.. 
5,72,161. 



8-127 

43 

128-227. 229. 



228 

230-255. 



256 

257 

1-39, 44-94. 



96,pt. 1. 



96, pt. 2. 
96,pt. 3. 
96, pt. 4. 
97-104... 



105 

106 

107 

108, 109. 
110,111. 



112 

113 

114,pt. 1. 
114, pt. 2. 

115 

116 

117 

118 



Agriculture, 1892. 

Commissioners of District of Columbia, 1892. 

Civil Service Commission, 1892; World's Fair statement. 

Internal Revenue Comr., 1892; Justice (Attorney-Gen- 
eral) 1892. X)OC. 1 f:t; ^ .- ■ 

Treasury (Finances) 1892. 

Comptroller of Currency, 1892, v. 1. 

Same, v. 2. 

Estimates for 1894; Deficiency estimates, 1893. 

Commerce and navigation, 1892. 

Except 43, in serial no. 3104, and 72, in serial no. 3101. 

Tests of metals, 1892. 

Except 161, in serial no. 3101. 211 is World's Colum- 
bian Exposition rp., 1892. 

Receipts and expenses, 1889. 

231 is erroneously headed "1st sess." 247 is Mint Bu- 
reau, production of precious metals, 1892; 254 is Labor 
Department, 5th special report, Gothenburg system 
of liquor traific; 255 is Statistical abstract, 1892. 

Receipts and expenses, 1890. 

Commercial relations, 1892. 

Except 11 , in serial no. 3111; 83, in serial no. 3116, and 
90, in serial no. 3117. 94 is statistics on wool. 

Ethnology report, 1888, 9th. 

Rebellion records, series 1, v. 1. 

Same, v. 2. 

Same, v. 3. 

Same, v. 4. 

Mineral resources of U. S., 1891. 

Postal laws and regulations. 

Comprehensive index of Government publications, 1889- 
1893 (Ames). 

Rebellion records, series 1, v. 41, pt. 1. v. 1-4 are in 
serial nos. 3112-3115; v. 5-40, in certain serial nos. be- 
tween 2053 and 3006. 

Same, v. 41 , pt. 2. 

Same, v. 41, pt. 3. 

Same, v. 41, pt. 4. 

Eulogies: A. K. Craig; M. H. Ford; J. R. Gamble; J. 
W. Kendall; E. F. McDonald; F. B. Spinola; E. T. 
Stackhouse; J. G. Warwick. 

Sheep industry of U. S., 1892. 

Diseases of cattle. ., « 

Weather Bureau, 1892. 

Consular reports, v. 40 and 41, nos. 144-151. 

Special consular reports, v. 7 and 8: Stave trade and 
tariffs; Fire and building regulations. 

Fish Commission Bulletin, 1891. 

Fish Commission report, 1889, 1890, and 1891. 

Smithsonian Institution, 1892 [pt 1]. 

Same [pt. 2]: National Museum. 

Washington observations, 1889. 

Ethnology report, 1889, 10th. 

Commerce with P^urope, 1790-1890. 

Geological Survey monographs, v. 21: Tertiary rhyn- 
chophorous coleoptera. 



95 



52d CONGRESS, 2d SE8SION-<3ontmued 



§a 


1 


g 


Series 


Document no. 


Notes 


8187 
8188 


28 
29 

30 

1 

2 

3 




H.inlso.doo8.. 

do 

.do 


119 


Special consular reports, v. 9: Australasian sheep and 
wool; Vagrancy and public charities. 

Animal Industry Bureau reports, 1891 and 1892, 8th 
and 9th. 

Growth of industrial art (Butterworth). 

2278 is Alleged coal combination; 2309 is Sweating sys- 
tem investigation. / •;• ' ''- -' 

2342 is National banlcs investigation. 

2447 is Pinkerton detectives in labor troubles. 


120 . 


318t> 


ri2i1 


• 8140 

3141 
81421 


.... 


H. reports 

do 

do 


2148-2317 

2318-2446 

2447-2621 



53d CONGRESS, SPECIAL. SESSION SENATE 

Mar. 4— Apr. 16, 1893 



31422 



S. journal 

S. ex. docs 

S. misc. docs... 
S. reports 



1-4.. 

1-47. 
1-9.. 



Set serial no. 3054, p. 
See serial no. 3062. 

See serial no. 3073. 



53d CONGRESS, 1st SESSION 

Aug. 7-Nov. 3, 1893 



8148 






S. journal 






8144 






S. ex. docs 


1:33::::::::::: 


9 is letter of transmittal only, the reports on Aqueduct 
bridge over Potomac never having been printed as 






















S. doc. 9, however, Davis's reports on the subject, 












dated 1893, appear in serial no. 3377, p. 4085, and 












Tumbull'shad been previously printed (s«cW7.2:.\q4). 


8145 


1 




S. misc. docs... 


1-96 


Except 8, pt. 2, 2d edition of Congressional directory, 
which does not appear in Congressional set; 23, in 






















serial no. 3146. 


8146 


2 




do 


23,pts. 1-3 


Coinage of silver in India (Ilerschell). 


8147 


1 




S. reports 


11-72 


Except 41 , 47 , 58, 61 , in serial no. 3148. S. reports 1-9 
are 53d Cong, special sess. Senate, in serial no. 3073. 




















There was no report numbered 10. 


3148 


2 


•"■ 


do 


41,47,58,61.... 


Contains also S. reports 93, 116, 200, 201, 240, 293, 447- 
449, of 53d Cong. 2d sess.; and S. reports 769, 808, 865, 
875, 932, 952,1021-1024,1033-1035, of 53d Cong. 3d sess. 


8149 












8150 


1 




H. ex. docs 

H. misc. docs.. 


1:27! 




8161 


1-45 


Except 9, in serial nos. 3152-3154; 24, in serial no. 3155; 












48, in serial no. 3156. 


8152 


2 




do 


9,pt.l 


Rebellion records, series 1, v. 42, pt. ]. 


8158 


3 




do 


9,pt.2 


Same, v. 42, pt. 2. 


8154 


4 




do 


9,pt.3 


Same, v. 42, pt. 3. 

Consular reports, v. 42, nos. 152-155. 


8155 


5 




do 


24 


8156 


6 




do 


43 


Tariff hearings. 

Except 49, 88, 146, 152, in serial no. 3158. 

Contains also H. reports 208, 210, 349, 392, 409, 637, 822, 


8157 


1 




H. reports 

do 


1-170 


8158 


2 




49,88,145,152.. 












970-972, of 53d Cong. 2d sess.; and H. reports 1584, 1652, 












1736, 1759, 1839, 1851, 1908-1910, 1954, 1973-1976, 2000, 












of 53d Cong. 3d sess. 



96 



53d CONGRESS, 2d SESSION 

Dec. 4, 1893— Aug. 28, 1894 



Series 



Document no. 



Notes 



S159 
3160 



81611 

31612 

3162 1 

31622 

3163 

3164 

3165 

81661 



3166 < 

8166^ 

31666 

31667 

81668 

31669 

3166 1» 

3166" 

316612 

3166" 

3166" 

316615 

316616 

3167 

3168 

8169 

3170 

3171 



3172 

8178 

8174 

31751 

31752 

31753 

3176 

3177 
3178 

3179 



3180 



3181 



S. journal.. 
S. ex. does. 



[13 
[2] 
[1] 
[2] 



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...do 

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S. irdsc. docs 
...do..... 

...do 

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...do.... 
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S. reports. 



do 



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1-74. 



19,ptl.... 
19,pt.2.... 
36,pt.l.... 
36,pt.2.... 

75-176 

97 

119 

177,pt.l.. 
177, pt. 2.. 
177, pt. 3.. 
177, pt. 4.. 
177, pt. 5.. 
177,pt.6.- 
177, pt. 7.. 
177, pt. 8.. 
177, pt. 9.. 
177,pt. 10. 
177,pt. 11. 
177, pt. 12. 
177,pt. 13. 
177, pt. 14. 
177, pt. 15. 
177, pt. 16. 

1-103 

10 

12,3pts... 

104 

105-276.... 



122,178... 

127 

200 

266,pt. 1. 
266, pt. 2. 
266, pt. 3. 
274 



277. 
278. 



73-330. 



227. 



235. 



Except 19, letter of transmittal only, see, for report 
serial no. 3161 1>2; 86, in serial no. 3162 1»2; 61, list of 
employees of Treasury Department, never printed. 

Coast and Geodetic Survey, 1893, v. 1. 

Same, v. 2. 

Pan-American Medical Congress, v. 1. 

Same, v. 2. 

Except 97, in serial no. 3164; 119, in serial no. 3165. 

Des Moines River land grant. 

Intemat. Cong, of Engineers: Military engineering. 

Fur-seal fisheries arbitration, v. 1: Final reports. 

Same, v. 2: Historical, diplomatic questions, etc. 

Same, v. 3: Testimony and maps. 

Same, v. 4: Case of Gt. Britain, with appendix. 

Same, v. 5: Appendix, continued. 

Same, v. 6: British Commission, report to June 21, 1892. 

Same, v. 7: Counter case of U. S., with app. and maps. 

Same, v. 8: Counter case of Gt. Britain, with app. 

Same, v. 9: Argument of U. S., with app. 

Same, v. 10: Argument of Gt. Britain. 

Same, v. 11: Oral arguments. 

Same, v. 12: Oral arguments for U. S. 

Same, v. 13: Oral arguments for Gt. Britain. 

Same, v. 14: Oral arguments on regulations. 

Same, v. 15: Oral arguments for U. S. 

Same, v. 16: Facsimiles of documents, etc. 

Except 10, in serial no. 3108; 12, in serial no. 3169. 

Interstate Commerce Commission, 1893, 7th. 

Congressional directory, 3 editions. 

American Historical Association, 1893. 

Except 122, in serial no. 3172; 127, in serial no. 3173; 
178, in serial no. 3172; 200, in serial no. 3174; 266, 
in serial no. 31751-3; 274, in serial no. 3176. 

Eulogies: Leland Stanford and R. L. Gibson. 

Patent Office, 1893. 

Salmon fisheries of Columbia River. 

List of private claims, 47th-Slst Cong., v. 1. 

Same, v. 2. 

Same, v. 3. 

Berlin Silver Commission, 1894. Contains also London 
Bimetallic Conference, p. 1281. 

Appropriations, new offices, etc. 

Smith's Digest of decisions and precedents of Senate and 
House. 

Except 93, 116, 200, 201, 240, 293, in serial no. 3148; 
227, in serial no. 3180; 235, in serial no. 3181; 259, in 
serial no. 3182. 

Hawaiian Islands, This report as printed by Commi^ 
tee on Foreign Relations is in 2 v. (sec Y4.F762:H31i'»2). 
V. 2 as such is not in Congressional set, but same matter 
with additions appears in serial no. 3294. 

Coinage laws, 1792-1894. 



97 



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h 


•3 

> 


I 


Series 


Document no. 


Notes 




4 

5 

6 

7 

8 
9 

10 

11 

12 

13 
14 

15 

16 
17 

1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 




8. reports 

do 

do 

do 


f 259, pt. 1 


Imports and exports, pt. 1, 1867-93. 

Same, pt. 2, 1(>97-1893. 

Except 834, in serial no. 3184; 868. 868, 370, 401, 406, 
407, 412, 413, 415, in serial no. 3185; 418, 419, 421- 
424, 426-428, in serial no. 3186; 429, 480, in serial no. 
3187; 436, in serial no. 3188; 487-143, in serial no. 3187; 
444-446, in serial no. 3189; 447^49, in serial no. 3148; 
451-156, in serial no. 3189; 457, in serial no. 3188; 460, 
461, in serial no. 3189; 462, 463, 465-169, 473^75, in 
serial no. 3190; 477, 486-487, in serial no. 3188; 491- 
498, in serial no. 3190; 494,511-618, in serial no. 3191. 

Tarifl comparisons. 


8182 


1259, pt. 2 .. .. 


8188 


331-519 


8184 


334 


^185 


358, 368, 370, 
401, 406, 407, 
. 412,413,415. 
(418, 419, 421- 
1 424,420^8. 
j429, 430, 437- 
1 443. 

436, 457, 477, 
486-487, 606, 
, 624. 

(444-446, 451- 
1 456,460,461. 
f462, 463, 465- 
l 469, 473-175, 
I 491-493. 
(494,511-513.... 

559 


Replies to tariff inquiries, bulletins 1-8; 407 is not a 
bulletin. ^ '^ '' ^ ^ 

Same, bulletins 9-17. ^'^ 

J Same, bulletins 18-26. 

•Senate bribery investigation. 
Replies to tarifl inquiries, bulletins 27-37. 
Isame, bulletins 38-60. - y/OV^-rc 
Same, bulletins 51-54. 


'3186 




do 


8187 




do 


3188 




do 


• 3189 




do 


•3190 
3191 




do 

do 






do 

do 

do 

do 

H. journal..... 


Tarifl comparisons. 


3192 


520-700 


Except 559, in serial no. 3191; 603, in serial no. 3193; 

606, 624, in serial no. 3188; 698, in serial no. 3193. 
Sugar schedule in tariff bill of 1894. 
Tarifl law of 1894. 




[603 




698. . . . 


3198 


)701 


Replies to tarifl inquiries, bulletin 55, 4 pts. 

Same, bulletin 56, 2 pts. 

Same, bulletins 57-60. Not printed. 




702... 


8194 


703-706 


8195 


707,708 


Same, bulletins 61 and 62. Nos. 709 and 710, bulletins 


3196 




63 and 64, which were originally intended to be includ- 
ed in this volume, have not appeared in any form. 


:n97 


H. ex. docs 

do... 

do 

....:do 

do 

do 

do 

do.. 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 


1, pt. 1 




Message and Foreign relations, 1893. 
War, 1893, v. 1. 


;;i98 


1, pt. 2.. 




.3199 


1, pt. 2.... 




Same, v. 2, pt. 1: Engineers. 
Same, v. 2, pt. 2: Engineers. 
Same, v. 2, pt. 3: Engineers. 
Same, v. 2, pt. 4: Engineers. 
Same, v. 2, pt. 5: Engineers. 
Same, v. 2, pt. 6: Engineers. 


' :{iOd 


l,pt. 2.. 




;.>oi 


1, pt. 2.... 




;'.-202 


1, pt. 2.. . 




:{208 


1, pt. 2.... 




:{-»(H 


1, pt. 2.. 




:-'0o 


1, pt. 2.... 




;i06 


1, pt. 2... 




Same, v. 4: Inspector-general. 

Navy, 1893. 

Post-OfHce, 1893. 

Interior, 1893, v. 1: Secretary and PubUc lands. 

Same, v. 2: Indians. 


:5207 


1, pt. 3 




3-208 
8209 


l,pt.4.... 
1, pt. 5.... 




8210 


l,pt.5.... 





82452°— 11- 



98 



53d CONGRESS, 2d SESSION— Continued 



m 



Series 



Document no. 



Notes 



3211 
r3212 
»8213 
#8214 
* 3215 
3216 
8217 

/3218 

« 3219 
3220 > 
3220 2 

3221 

3222 



• 3228 
3229 



27 



3225 I 28 

3226 I 29 

I 

♦ 3227 , 30 



3230 



H. ex. docs 
....do.... 
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.do. 

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do 

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H. misc. docs. 



....do. 
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do. 

...do. 



1, pt. 5 
1, pt. 5 
1, pt. 5 
1, pt. 5 
1, pt. 5 
1, pt. 6 
1, pt. 7 
l,pt.8. 

4 

7 

23 

2 

3,pt.l. 
3,pt.2. 

33,103. 
6,2pts 

8-96... 



47, 48, 70, 76 
79, 95, 112 
140,256. 

83 

97 

.237 

98-261 

209.... 

257 

1-207 



29,pt.l. 
29,pt.2. 

38 

47 



Same, v. 3: Miscellaneous. 

Same, v. 4, pt. 1: Geological Survey. 

Same, v. 4, pt. 2: Geological Survey. 

Same, v. 5, pt. 1: Education. 

Same, v. 5, pt. 2: Education. 

Agriculture, 1893. 

Commissioners of District of Columbia, 1893. 

Civil Service Commission, 1893. Dot, I pi. ^ cs\\\ 

Internal Revenue Commissioner, 1893. .'' 

Justice (Attorney-General) 1893. 

Ordnance and Fortification Board, 3d report. 

Treasury (Finances) 1893. 

Comptroller of Currency, 1893, v. 1. 

Same, v. 2. 

Estimates of appropriations for 1895. 

Deficiency estimates, 1893 and 1894. 

Commerce and navigation, 1893 . Contains also H . misc. 
doc. 96. 

Except 23, in serial no. 3218; 33, in serial no. 3221; 39 
and 42, letters of transmittal only, statements never 
printed; 43, letter of transmittal only, see, for Tests of 
metals, 1893, serial no. 3438; 47, 48, 70, 76, 79, in serial 
no. 3224; 83, in serial no. 3225; 95, in serial no. 3224. 

Hawaiian Islands. Pages 2-5, 7, and 8 of 76 are inter- 
changed with the corresponding pages of 79. 

Commercial relations, 1893. 

Statistical abstract, 1893. 

Mint Bureau, production of precious metals, 1893. 

Except 103, inserialno. 3221; 112, 140, in serial no. 3224; 
209, in serial no. 3227; 237, in serial no. 3225; 256, in 
serial no. 3224; 257, in serial no. 3228. 

Labor Department, 9th, 1893: Building and loan associ- 
ations. 

Labor Department, 7th special report: Slums of cities. 
6th report, not in Congressional set. 

Except 29, in serial nos. 3230 and 3231; 38, in serial no. 
3232; 47, in serial no. 3233; 54, in serial no. 3234; 55, 
in serial nos. 3235 and 3236; 81, in serial no. 3237; 82, 
in serial no. 3238; 93, in serial no. 3239; 96, in serial 
no. 3222; 97, in serial no. 3240; 107, in serial no. 3241; 
119, in serial no. 3242; 120, in serial no. 3243; 121, in 
serial nos. 3244 and 3245; 122, in serial no. 3246; 123, in 
serial no. 3247; 130, in serial no. 3248; 173, in serial 
no. 3249; 175, in serial no. 3250; 176, in serial no. 3251; 
177, in serial no. 3252; 178, in serial no. 3253; 179, in 
serial no. 3254; 180, in serial no. 3255; 181, in serial no. 
3256; 184, in serial nos. 3257 and 3258; 200, in serial no. 
3259; 205, in serial no. 3260. 

Official register, 1893, v. 1. 

Same, v. 2. 

Mineral resources of U. S., 1892. 

Geological Survey monographs, v. 22: Manual of topo- 
graphic methods. 



99 



68d CONGRB88, 2d SB88ION~Continued 



|a 


t 


1 


Series 


Document no. 


Notes 


88M 


t\ 




H. misc. docs. . 


54 


Consular reports, v. 43, nos. 166-159. 
Rebellion records, series 1, v. 43, pt, 1. 


8885 


7 


.... 


do 


55,pt.l 


8SM 


8 


.... 


do 


56,pt.2. 


Same, v. 43, pt. 2. 


.1987 


9 




do 


81 


Ethnology report, 1890, 11th. 
Same, 1891, 12th. 


:t888 


10 




do 


82 


:J289 


11 


.... 


do 


93,214-216 


Eulogies: WiUiara Mutchler, J. L. Chipman, W. H. 
Enochs, William Lilly. 


^240 


12 
13 


.... 


do 

..do 


97 


Rebellion records, series I, v. 44. 


:v2i 1 


107 


Congrfes G^ologique International, 1891. 
Geological Survey monographs, v. 23: Green Mountains 
in Massachusetts. 


' :{*242 


14 




do 


119 












/ S243 


15 




do 


120 


Same, v. 24: Mollusca and Crustacea of miocene of New 






Jersey. 


3-24 1 


It) 




do 


121,pt.l 


Rebellion records, series 1, v. 45, pt. 1. 


3245 


17 




do 


121, pt. 2 


Same, v. 45, pt. 2. 


3246 


18 
19 


.... 


do 

.do 


122 


Fish Commission Bulletin, 1892. 


8247 


123.. 


Consular reports, v. *44, nos. 160-163. 
Fish Coimnission Bulletin, 1893. 


324S 


W 




do 


130 


3249 


21 




do 


173 


Contributions to North American ethnology, v. 9: 












Dakota grammar, v. 8 not issued. 


3250 


?? 




do 


175 


Special consular reports, v. 10: Lead and zinc mini 
and markets for American flour. 












3251 


?3 




... .do 


17G 


Geological Survey bulletins 87-89. 
Same, 90-97. 


3252 


24 




do 


177 


3253 


25 
26 
27 


.... 


do 

do 

do 


178 


Same, 98-101. 


3254 


179 


Same, 102-106. 


3255 


180 


Same, 107-117. 


« 3256 


28 




do 


181 


Mineral resources of U. S., 1893. 


» 3257 


29 





do 


184,pt. 1 


Smithsonian Institution, 1893 [pt. 1]. 


• 3258 


30 





do 


184, pt. 2 


Same[pt. 2]: National Museum. 


3259 


31 




do 


200 


"Weather Bureau, 1893. 


3260 


3? 




do 


205 


Consular reports, v, 45, nos. 164-167. 
Rebellion records, series 1, v. 46, pt. 1. 


3261 


33 


.... 


do 


208,pt.l 


3262 


34 





do 


208, pt. 2 


Same, v. 46, pt. 2. 


326;J 


35 




do 


208,pt.3 


Same, v. 46, pt. 3. 


32ft4 


3«i 




do 


209 


Fish Conunission report, 1892. 

Richardson's Compilation of Presidents' messages, v. 1: 


32651 


37 


[1] 


do 


210,pt.[l] 












1789-1817. 


3265 « 


37 


[2] 


do 


210, pt. 2 


Same, v. 2: 1817-33. 


32653 


37 


[3] 


do 


210,pt.3 


Same, v. 3: 1833-41. 


3285 < 


37 


[4] 


do 


210, pt. 4 


Same, v. 4: 1841-49. 


3265' 


37 


[5] 


do 


210, pt. 5 


Same, v. 5: 1849-61. 


3265 « 


37 


[6] 


do 


210, pt. 6 


Same, v. 6: 1861-69. 


32<V>7 


37 


[7] 


do 


210, pt. 7 


Same, v. 7: 1869-81. 


32658 


37 


[8] 


do 


210, pt. 8 


Same, v. 8: 1881-89. 


3265 a 


37 


[9] 


do 


210,pt.9 


Same, v. 9: 1889-97. 


326510 


37 


[101 


do 


210,pt. 10 


Same, v. 10: 1897-99, appendix, and index. 


3266 


38 




.do... 


211 


Centennial of laying of cornerstone of Capitol. 
Moore's International arbitrations, v. 1: History. 


3267 1 


39 


[1] 


do 


212rpt.l] 


3267 2 


39 


[2] 


do 


212[pt.2] 


Same, v. 2: History. 


3267 3 


39 


[3] 


do 


212 [pt. 3] 


Same, v. 3: Digest. 


8267 < 


39 


[4] 


do 


212 [pt. 4] 


Same, v. 4: Digest. 


8267 > 


39 


[5] 


do 


212 [pt. 5] 


Same, v. 5: Domestic commissions, etc., index. 


8267 « 


39 


[6] 


do 


212 [pt. 6] 


Same, v. 6: Maps. 



100 



63d CONGRESS, 2d SESSION— Continued 



h 


■3 
> 


1 


Series . 


Dociiment no. 


Notes 


3268 


40 




H. misc. docs.. 
.. .do 


213 


List of private claims, 47th-51st Congress. 

S^fiP spTial Tif> 19^Q 




214-216 

171-470 

471-825 

826-1150 

1151-1477 

1468 


3269 
3270 
3271 
3272 
3273 


1 
2 
3 

4 
5 


" 


II. reports 

do 

do 

do 

do 


Except 208, 210, 349, 392, 409, in serial no. 3158. 
Except 637, 822, in serial no. 3158. 
Except 970-972, in serial no. 3158. 
Except 1468, in serial no. 3273. 
Violations of armor-plate contracts. 







53d CONGRESS, 3d SESSION 
Dec. 3, 1894r-Mar. 2. 1896 



3274 
8275 
3276 
3277 
327S 
3279 
3280 



3282 



3287 



• 32901 

32902 

3291 



3294 



3296 
3297 



3300 
3301 



S. journal 

S. ex. docs... 

do 

do 

....do 

....do 

....do 



1-57.... 

7 

8,pt. 1. 
8,pt. 2. 
58-67. . . 
68-105.. 



S. misc. docs..; 1-148. 



....do 

....do 



..do 

.do 

.do 

..do 



S. reports. 



.do. 



....do 

....do 

H. journal.. 
H. ex. docs. 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 



19, 2 pts. 
50 



54 

149 

150 

151-153. 



711-831.. 
832-1049. 



986, 2 pts. 
760, 2 pts. 



pt. 1.... 
pt. 1 . . . 
pt. 1.... 
pt.2.... 
pt. 2.... 
pt.2.... 
pt.2.... 
pt.2.... 
pt.2.... 
pt.2.... 
pt.2.... 
pt.3.... 
pt. 4.... 
pt.5.... 



Except 7, in serial no. 3276; 8, in serial nos. 3277, 3278. 

Chicago strike, 1893-94. 

Coast and Geodetic Survey, 1894, pt. 1. 

Same, pt. 2. 

76, letter of transmittal only. List of employees in Treas- 
ury Department not printed. 77, letter of transmittal 
only, see, for 8th special labor report, serial no. 3325. 

Except 19, in serial no. 3282; 50, in serial no. 3283; 64, 
in serial no. 3284. 

Congressional directory, 2 editions. 

Nat. Academy of Sciences memoirs, v. 7: Bombycine 
moths of North America, pt. 1. Pt. 2 is in serial no. 
4776. 

Acceptance of Stark and Webster statues. 

History of Red Cross Society. Not printed. 

Appropriations, new offices, etc. 

Eulogies: Z. B. Vance, F. B. Stockbridge, A. H. Col- 
quitt. 

Except 760, in serial no. 32902; 769, 808, in serial no. 
3148. 

Except 865, 875, 932, 952, 1021-1024, 1033-1035, in 
serial no. 3148; 986, in serial no. 3290i. 

Condition of cotton growers. 

Alcohol in the arts. •« 

Message and Foreign relations, 1894 

Foreign relations, appendix 1. 

Same, appendix 2: Hawaii. 

War, 1894, v. 1. 

Same, v. 2, pt. 1: Engineers. 

Same, v. 2, pt. 2: Engineers. 

Same, v. 2, pt. 3: Engineers. 

Same, v. 2, pt. 4: Engineers. 

Same, v. 2, pt. 5: Engineers. 

Same, v. 2, pt. 6: Engineers. 

Same, v. 3: Ordnance. 

Navy, 1894. 

Post-office, 1894. 

Interior, 1894, v. 1: Secretary and Public lands. 



101 



53d CONGRESS, 3d SESSION— Continued 



13 . 

P 




1 


Series 


Document no. 


Notes 


8806 
8807 
8808 
8809 > 
►8809= 
3810 


15 
16 
17 
18 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25" 
26 
27 
28 

29 
30 
-31 
32 
33 
34 

35 
1 

2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 

12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 

1 
2 


[1] 

[2] 


H. ex. docs... 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 


l,pt.6 

l.Pt.6 

l,pt.5 

l,Pt.5 

l,pt.6 

l,pt.6 

l,pt.7 

2 


Same, v. 2: Indians. 
Same, v. 3: Miscellaneous. 
Same, v. 4: Geological Survey. 
Same, v. 5, pt. 1: Education. 
Same, v. 5, pt. 2: Education. 
Agriculture, 1894. 


3811 
»8312 


y 


do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 


Commissioners of District of Columbia, 1894. 
Treasury (Finances) 1894, 


8818 
8814 
8315 
8316 


3,pt.l 

3,pt.2 

4 

5,13,110,258.. 

6,2pts 

7 


Comptroller of Currency, 
Same, v. 2. 

Internal Revenue Comml 
Estimates of appropriatio 
Commerce and navigatioi 


1894, V. 1. 

ssioner, 1894. 

ns and deficiencies. 


3317 




do........ 


1. 1894. 


3318 




do 


Justice (Attorney-General) 1894. 


3319 




do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 


8-150 


Except 13, in serial no. 3316; 15, in serial no. 3320; 92, 


8820 


15 : 


in serial no. 3321; 99, letter of transmittal only, state- 
ment not printed; 100, in serial no. 3322; 110, in serial 
no. 3316. 
Statistical abstract, 1894. 


3321 


92. 


Tests of metals, 1894. 


3322 


100 


Columbian Historical Exposition, Madrid, 1892. 
258 is in serial no. 3316. 


3323 
3324 


151-257 

259-353 

354 


8825 




do 

do 

H. misc. docs. . 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

.....do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

H. reports 

do 


Labor Department, 8th sp 


»wial rpT>nrt' Hnnsinf of wnrlr- 


3326 


355 


ing people. See, for letter of transmittal, serial no. 

3280, S. ex. doc. 77. 
Agriculture Yearbook, 1894. 
Except 25, in serial no. 3328; 27, in serial no. 3329; 35, 

in serial no. 3330; 44, in serial no. 3331; 58, in serial 

no. 3332; 66, in serial no. 3333; 70, in serial no. 3334; 

78, in serial no. 3335; 79, in serial no. 3336; 80-85, in 

serial no. 3337; 86, in serial no. 3338. 
Interstate Commerce Commission, 1894, 8th 


3327 


1-87. 


8828 


25. 


3329 
3330 




[[ 


27, 2 pts 

35 


National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, 1894. 
Consular reports, v. 46, nos. 168-171. 
Official opinions of Attorneys-General, v. 20. 
Naval war records, series 1, v. 1. 
Consular reports, v. 47, nos. 172-175. 


3331 


44. 


3332 


58 


3333 


66 


3384 


70... 


Patent Office, 1894. 


3335 


78 


Geological Survey bulletins 118-122. 
Civil Service Commission, 1894. 


k 3:^36 


79. 


3387 


80-85 


Eulogies: P. S. Post, G. B. Shaw, G. W. Houk, M. C. 

Lisle, Charles O'Neill, M. B. Wright. 
Fish Commission Bulletin, 1894. 


8388 


86 


3339 


88 


Weather Bureau, 1894. 


3340 


89.. 


Fish Commission report, 1893. 
Smithsonian Institution, 1894 [pt. 1]. 
Same [pt. 2]: National Museum. 
American Historical Association, 1894. 


8341 
3342 
3343 


90,pt.l 

90,pt.2 

91 


3344 


92 


Special consular reports, v 11* Amprican Inmher In 


3345 
3346 


1478-1750 

1751-2000 


foreign markets. 
E.xcept 1584, 1652, 1786, 
Except 1759, 1839, 1851 

2000, in serial no. 3158. 


in serial no. 3158. 
1908-1910, 1954, 1978-1976, 



102 



54tli CONGRESS, 1st SESSION 

Dec. 2, 1896— June 11, 1896 



l§ 




^ 


Series 


Docmnent no. 


Notes 




> 


(U 






, 


3346a 






S. journal 






3347 


1 


.... 


S.docs 


1-31 


E-XC?pt 14, in serial no. 3361; 25, in serial no. 3348. 


3348 


?, 




do 


25 


Coast and Geodetic Survey, 1895, 2 pts. 
Government Printing Office, 1895; etc. 
Except 137, in serial nos. 3351 and 3352. 
Seal life, pts. 1, 2. 


3349 


3 




do 


32-100 


3350 


4 




do 


101-155 


3351 


5 


.... 


do 


137,pts.l,2.... 


3352 


fi 




do 


137, pt. 2, atlas. 

156-213 

214-270 


Same, pt. 2, atlas. 


3353 


7 
8 




do 


3354 


.... 


do 


Except 219, in serial no. 3355; 242, in serial no. 3356; 












268, in serial no. 3396. 230 mentions draft of bill for 












renaming streets of District of Columbia, but this 












draft is not given here. 237 is Torrey bankruptcy bill. 


3355 


9 

10 
11 




do 

do 

do 


219 


Tariff acts, 1795-1895. 


3356 


242 


Patent Office, 1895. 


8357 


271-314 


Except 304, in serial no. 3358. 314 is Pacific railroads 












hearings. 


3358 


12 
13 




do 

.do 


304 


Senate manual. 


3359 


315 


Nicaragua Canal hearings. 
Appropriations, new offices, etc. 
Congressional directory, 3 editions. 


3360 


14 




do 


316 


3361 


15 




do 


I4,3pts 


3362 


1 




S.rejwrts 


1-274 




3363 


2 




do 


275-506 


409, 3 pts., relates to University of United States. 


3364 


3 




do 


507-703 


637 is Dedication of Chickamauga and Chattanooga 
Park. 


3365 


4 




do 


704-885 


Except 799, in serial no. 3367. 778, 2 pts., is Pacific 
railroads. 


3366 


5 




do 


886-1140 


Except 1109, in serial no. 3367. 


3367 


6 




do 


799,2pts 

1109 


River and harbor bill. 




Nicaragua Canal. 


3367a 






H. journal 




3368 


1 




H.docs 


l.nt.l... 


Message and Foreign relations, 1895, pt. 1. 

Same,pt.2. 

War, 1895, v. 1. 


3369 


*> 




do 


l,pt.2 


3370 


3 
4 


.... 


do 

do 


2 


3371 


2 


Same, v. 2, pt. 1: Engineers. 


3372 


5 




do 


2 


Same, v. 2, pt. 2: Engineers. 


3373 


6 




do 


2 


Same, v. 2, pt. 3: Engineers. 


3374 


7 




do 


2 


Same, v. 2, pt. 4: Engineers. 


3375 


8 




do 


2 


Same, v. 2, pt. 5: Engineers. 


3376 


9 




do 


2 


Same, v. 2, pt. 6: Engineers, Mississippi River Com- 
mission. 


3377 


10 




do 


2 


Same, v. 2, pt. 7: Engineers. 


t 3378 


11 
1? 


.... 


do 

do 


2 


Same, v. 3: Ordnance. 


3379 


3 


Navy, 1895. 
Post-Offlee, 1895, 


3380 


13 




do 




3381 


14 





do 


5 


Interior, 1895, v. 1: Secretary and Public lands. 


3382 


15 
16 




do 

do 


5 


Same, v. 2: Indians. 


3383 


6 


Same, v. 3: Miscellaneous. 


3384 


17 


.... 


do 


5 


Same, v. 4, pt.l: Geological Survey, Director's rp., etc. 


*3385 


18 




do 


5 


Same, v. 4, pt. 2: Geological Survey, Economic geology. 


»3386 


19 




do 


5 


Same, v. 4, pt. 3: Geological Survey, Mineral resources, 
1894. 


«3387 


20 




do 


5 


Same, v. 4, pt. 4: Geological Survey, Mineral resources 
1894, continued. 



103 



54tli CONGRESS, 1st SESSION— Continued 



Series 



Document no. 



Notes 



H. docs. 
....do.. 



..do. 

...do. 
...do. 

..do. 

..do. 

..do. 

...do. 

...do. 
. .do. 
..do. 



.do. 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



.do. 
.do. 
-do. 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 

.do. 



.do. 



.do. 



.do. 



lO.pt.l 

10,pt.2 

11 

12 

41 

128,324 

13,pt.l 

13,pt.l.... 
13,pt. 2.... 
14-27,38-55. 



28, 2 pts. 



29....... 

30, 4 pts. 

31, 4 pts. 

32 

33 

34 

35 

36 

37,pt. 1. 
37, pt. 2. 
37,pt. 3. 
42, 3 pts. 

288 

54 

5&-138... 



76,77. 
79.... 



100 

132, 5 pts. 



139-223. 



175 

186,pt. 1. 
186, pt. 2. 

219 

224-278... 



253. 



Same, v. 5, pt. 1: EducaUon. 

Same, v, 6, pt. 2: Education. 

Agriculture report, 1895. 

Agriculture expenditures. 

Justice (Attorney-General) 1895. 

Commissioners of District of Columbia, 1895. 

Treasury (Finances) 1895. 

Comptroller of Currency, 1895, v. 1. 

Same, v. 2. 

Internal Revenue Commissioner, 1895. 

Estimates of appropriations for 1897. 

Receipts and expenditures, 1895. 

Deficiency estimates, 1896. Contains also S. doc. 268. 

Commerce and navigation, 1895, pt. 1, v. 1. 

Same, pt. 1, v. 2. 

Same [pt. 2]: Immigration. 

Except 25, in serial no. 3390; 41, in serial no. 3396; 42, 

in serial no. 3412; 54, in serial no. 3413. 55 is Military 

Academy. 
Navigation Bureau, Treasurj' Dept., report, 1895; Navi- 
gation laws of U. S. 
27th annual list of mercliant vessels of U. S., 1895. 
Consular reports, v. 48, nos. 176-179. 
Same, v. 49, nos. 180-183. 

Special consular reports, v. 12: Higliways of commerce. 
Labor Department bulletins, v. 1, nos. 1-7. 
American eptiemeris and nautical almanac, 1896, 2d ed. 
Mint Bureau, production of precious metals, 1894. 
Naval war records, series 1, v. 2. 
Rebellion records, series 1, v. 47, pt. 1. 
Same, v. 47, pt. 2. 

Same, v. 47, pt. 3. . 

National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, 1895. 
Same, report of inspection, 1895. 
Tests of metals, 1895. 
Except 76 and 77, in serial no. 3415; 79, in serial no. 

3416; 88, in serial no. 3417; 91, in serial no. 3450; 100, 

in serial no. 3418; 128, in serial no. 3390; 132, in serial 

no. 3419. 
Army register, 1896; Navy register, 1896. 
Fish Commission Bulletin, 1895. 
Interstate Commerce Commission, 1895, 9th. 
Statistical abstract, 1895. 
Consular reports, v. 50, nos. 184-187; and supplement to 

187. No. 184 is Exports declared, quarter ended Sept. 

1895; suppl. to 187 is same, quarter ended Dec. 1895. 
Except 176, in serial no. 3421; 186, in serial nos. 3422 

and 3423; 210, in serial no. 34.50; 219, in serial no. 3424. 
Fur-seal fisheries of Alaska (Elliott). 
Commercial relations, 1894 and 1895, v. 1. 
Same, v. 2. 

Washington ol>servations, 1890. 
Except 253, in serial no. 3426; 266, in serial no. 3427. 

224 is Affairs in Cuba. 279 is in serial no. 3456. 
National Academy of Sciences memoirs, v. 8, no. 1. 



104 



64tli CONGRESS, 1st SESSION— Continued 



Series 



Document no. 



Notes 



61 



87 



H. docs . 
....do.. 



-do 



-do. 



.do. 



-do.. 
..do.. 
..do.. 

..do.. 

..do.. 

..do.. 
..do.. 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
reports. 
..do. 
..do. 
..do. 
..do. 



266 

280-409, 423. 



291. 
297. 



339,pt. 1. 

339, pt. 2. 

352 

360 

361,359... 
369,pt. 1. 
369, pt. 2. 

373 

377, 5 pts. 



379. 



410. 



411. 



311-314,413,414 

412 

415-421 

424 

425, pt. 1... 
425, pt. 2... 
fUnnumbered . 

191,210 

295, 343, 374 
398,422,426. 

427 

428 



429 

430 

279, 2 pts. 

1-293 

294-572. . . 
573-842. . . 
843-1136.. 
1137-1416. 



Ethnology report, 1892, 13th. 

Except nos. 288, in serial no. 3412; 291, '.i serial no. 
3429; 295, in serial no. 3451; 297, in serial no. 3430; 
311-314, in serial no. 3444; 324, in serial no. 3396; 339, 
in serial nos. 3431 and 3432; 343 , in serial no. 3451 ; 352 , 
in serial no. 3433; 359, in serial no. 3435; 360, in serial 
no. 3434; 361, in serial no. 3435; 369, in serial nos. 
3436 and 3437; 373, in serial no. 3438; 374, in serial no. 
3451; 377, in serial no. 3439; 379, in serial no. 3440; 
380, in serial no. 3441; 398, in serial no. 3451. 423 is 
Laws of street-railway franchises in District of Co- 
lumbia. 

American Historical Association, 1895. 

Geological Survey monographs, v. 25: Glacial Lake 
Agassiz. 

Labor Department, 10th annual report, 1894: Strikes 
and lockouts, v. 1. 

Same, v. 2. 

House manual. 

American labrary Association catalog, 1893. 

Handbook of experiment station work; Honey bee. 

Rebellion records, series 1, v. 48, pt. 1. 

Same, v. 48, pt. 2. 

Tests of metals, 1893. 

Consular reports, v. 51, nos. 188-191; and supplernent to 
189, Exports declared, quarter ended Mar. 1896. 

Naval war records, series 1, v. 3. 

Agriculture Yearbook, 1895. 

Document catalogue, 53d Congress, Mar. 4, 1893-June 
30, 1895. 

Geological Survey monographs, v. 26: Flora of Amboy 
claj^s. 

Geological Sur^^ey bulletins 123-126, 128, 129. 

Same, 127. 

Same, 130-136. 

Fish Commission report, 1894. 

Smithsonian Institution, 1895 [pt. 1]. 

Same [pt. 2]: National Museum. 

Finance, commerce, and immigration, July-Oct. 1895. 

Same, Nov.-Dec. 1895. 

Same, with title. Monthly summary of finance and com- 
merce, Jan.- June, 1896. 

Patent decisions, 1895. 

Weather Bureau, 1896. Includes meteorological tables 
for calendar year 1895. Administrative rp. 1895 not in 
Congressional set. 

Eulogies: Wm, H. Grain. 

Document index, 54th Congress, 1st session. 

Nicaragua Canal Board, with plates. 



105 



54tli CONGRESS, 1st SESSION— Continued 



|s 


•3 
> 


s 


Series 


Document no. 


Notes 


34«2 


6 

7 
8 
9 
10 


.... 


H. reports 

do 


1417-1633 

1634-1812 

1813-2125 •«».. . 

2126-2289 

2263 


1497, Pacific railroads funding bUl, is in 3 pts. Pt. 3, 
Views of the minority, a report of the 2d session, is 
bound here, and also in serial no. 3564. 

Settlement with Arkansas; etc. 


Km 




. . .do 




P 


.... 


do 

do 


Except 2268, in serial no. 3466. 2126 is Nicaragua Canal. 
Reciprocity and commercial treaties. 


t" 





54th CONGRESS, 2d SESSION 

Dec. 7, 1896-Mar. 3, 1897 



3466a 






S journal 




Contains also proceedings special session Senate, 55th 
Cong., Mar. 4-10, 1897, p. 191. 












8467 


1 




S. docs 


1-34 


Except 16, in serial no. 3473. 18 is Govenmient Print- 












ing Office, 1896. 


8468 


? 




do . .. 


35 


Coast and Geodetic Survey, 1896. 


8469 


3 
4 




do 


36-99 




8470 




do 


100-137 


115 is Grain rates at Missouri River points. 


8471 


5 




do 


138-187 


Except 159, in serial no. 3502; 183, in serial no. 3472. 
187 is Investigation of bond sales. 


8472 


6 




do 


183 


Patent Office, 1896. 


8478 


7 




do 


16, 2 pts 


Congressional directory, 2 editions. 


t474 


1 




S. reports 


1141-1297 


1141 is Alcohol in the arts; 1160 is Cuban independence. 


M76 


'If 




-do ... 


1298-1463 


1453 is Armor-plate prices. 

1517, 2 pts., is Second-class mail matter; 1573 is Library 
of Congress, hearings. 


MM 


3 




do 


1454-1575 








3476a 






H journal 






8477 


1 




H.docs 


1 


Message and Foreign relations, 1896. 


3478 


?, 




do 


2 


War, 1896, V. 1: Secretary and miscellaneous. 
Same, v. 2, pt. 1: Engineers. 


8479 


3 




do 


2 


t480 


4 




do 


2 


Same, v. 2, pt. 2: Engineers. 


8481 


5 




do 


2 


Same, v. 2, pt. 3: Engineers, , 


3482 


6 




do 


2 


Same, v. 2, pt. 4: Engineers. 


3483 


7 




do 


2 


Same, v. 2, pt. 5: Engineers. 


3484 


8 





do 


2 


Same, v. 2, pt. 6: Engineers. 


3485 


fl 




do 


2 


Same, v. 3: Ordnance. 


3486 


10 




. .. do 


3. .. 


Navy, 1896. 
Post-office, 1896. 


8487 


11 




do 


4 


3488 


1? 




do 


6 


Interior, 1896, v. 1: Secretary and Public lands. 
Same, v. 2: Indians. 


3489 


13 
14 




do 

do 


5 


8490 


5 


Same, v. 3: Miscellaneous. 


»3491 


15 




do 


5 


Same, v. 4, pt. 1: Geological Survey, Director's rp., etc 


3492 


16 


.... 


do 


5 


Same, v. 4, pt. 2: Geological Survey, Economic geology 
and hydrography. 


134981 


17 


1 


do 


5 


Same, v. 4, pt. 3: Geological Survey, Mineral resources, 
1895. 


r 3498 2 


17 


2 


do 


5 


Same, v. 4, pt. 3: Geological Survey, Mineral resources, 
1895, continued. 


3494 


18 




do 


5 


Same, v. 5, pt. 1: Education 


3495 


19 




do 


5 


Same, v. 5, pt. 2: Education. 


8496 


?0 




. . .do 


6,2pts 

7 

8 


Agriculture report, 1896; Agriculture Yearbook, 1896. 


8497 


21 
22 




do 


8498 




do 


Treasury (Finances) 1896. 



106 



54tli CONGRESS, 2d SESSION— Continued 



l§ -3 


"^ 


Series 


Document no. 


Notes 




> 


^ 








8499 


23 




H. docs 


9, 2 pts 

11 


Justice (Attorney-General) 1896. 




Internal Revenue Commissioner, 1896. 


^8500 


24 




....do 


10, pt. 1 


Comptroller of Currency, 1896, v. 1. 


|3501 


25 




do 


10,pt.2 

fl2 


Same, v. 2. 








Estimates ot*ppropriations for 1898. 

Receipts and expenditures, 1896. 

Also S. doc. 159. All are deficiency estimates. 


3502 


?f> 




do 


75 










[70,250 


»3503 


27 




do 


13,pt.l 


Cormnerce and navigation, 1896, v. 1. 


^3504 


28 


.... 


do 


13,pt.2 


Same, v. 2. 


3505 


29 




do 


14-22,41-148... 


Except 46, in serial no. 3516; 70, 75, in serial no. 3502; 
99, in serial no. 3517; 104, in serial no. 3518; 108, in 
serial no. 3546; 131, in serial no. 3519; 135, in serial no. 
3520; 136, in serial no. 3521; 137, in serial no. 3522. 
22 is Navigation Bureau, Treasury Dept., 1896. 


3506 


•^0 




do 


23 


Mint Bureau, production of precious metals, 1895. 
Consular reports, v. 52, nos. 192-195; and supplement 


3507 


31 




do 


24, opts 








to 192, Exports declared, quarter ended June, 1896. 


3508 


32 


.... 


do 


25, 2pts 


Special consular reports, v. 13: Money and prices in 
foreign countries. 


3509 


33 


.... 


do 


26, pts. 1-6.... 


Monthly sununary of finance and commerce, July-Dec. 
1896. 


3510 


34 




do 


26, pts. 7-12... 


Same, Jan.-June, 1897. The April issue is in 2 pts., the 
2d pt. being a tariff compilation. 


3511 


35 




do 


27-32 


Geological Survey bulletins 137-142. 


3512 


36 




do 


33-37,340,347.. 


Same, 143-149. 


3513 


37 




do 


38 


28th annual list of merchant vessels of U. S., 1896. 


3514 


38 




do 


39 


American ephemeris and nautical ahnanac, 1897, 2d ed. 


3515 


39 
40 
41 


.... 


do 

do 


40 


Naval war records, series 1, v. 4. 


3516 


46,274 

99 


National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, 1896. 


• 3517 




do 


Interstate Commerce Commission, 1896, 10th. 


3518 


4? 




do 


104 ... 


Fish Commission report, 1895. 


3519 


43 




do 


131 


Tests of metals, 1896. 


♦3520 


44 




do 


135, 6 pts 


Labor Department bulletins, v. 2, nos. 8-13. 


3521 


4S 




do 


136 


Geological Survey monographs, v. 27: Geology of Den- 












ver Basin. 


3522 


48 




do 

do 


137 


House manual. 


3523 


149,150 

151-249 


Army register, 1897; Navy register, 1897. 


3524 




do 


Except 158, in serial no. 3525; 164, in serial no. 3526; 












192, in serial no. 3527; 202, in serial no. 3528; 218, in 












serial nos. 3529 and 3530; 230, in serial no. 3531 hs. 












250 is in serial no. 3502. 


8525 


49 
50 


.... 


do 

do 


158 


Statistical abstract, 1896. 


3526 


164, 6 pts 


Consular reports, v. 53, nos. 196-199; and supplements to 












196 and 199, Exports declared, quarters ended Sept. 












and Dec. 1896. 


* 3527 


51 




do 


192 


Deep Waterwavs Commission. 


3528 


5? 




do 


202 


Civil service tables. 


f 3529 


53 




do 


218,pt.l 


Geological Survey monographs, v. 28: Marquette iron- 
bearing district of Michigan. 


3530 


54 


.... 


do 


218, pt. 2 


Same, atlas. 


35311 


55 


1 


do 


230, pt. 1 


Ethnology report, 1893, 14th, pt. 1. 


35312 


55 


2 


do 


230, pt. 2 


Same, pt. 2. 


3532 


56 


.... 


do 


251,pt. 1 


Rebellion records, series 1, v. 49, pt. 1. 


3533 


57 




do 


251, pt. 2 


Same, v. 49, pt. 2. 



107. 

64tli CONGRESS, 2d SESSION— (bntinued 



Series 



Document no. 



Notes 



H. docs . 



...do... 
...do... 
...do... 
...do... 
...do... 
...do... 
...do... 
...do... 
...do... 
...do... 
...do... 

...do... 

...do... 
...do... 
...do... 
...do... 
...do... 

...do... 
...do... 



do... 

H. reports, 

do... 

do... 

do... 



252-337. 



255,332 

267 

291 

303 

318,321 

323,pt. 1 

323, pt. 2 

338, pt. 1 

33S,pt. 2 

339 

341 

108, 342-346, 
349-351. 

348 

352,pt. 1 

352, pt. 2 

353, pt. 1 

353, pt. 2 

354 

355 

356 

1497, pt. 3. . . . 

2290-2446 

2447-2773 

2774-3080 

3035 



Except 255, in serial no. 3535; 267, in serial no. 3536; 
274, in serial no. 3510; 291 , in serial no. 3537; 803, in 
serial no. 3538; 818 and 821, in serial no. 3.'>39; 828^in 
serial nos. 3540 and 354 1 ; 8S2 , in serial no. 35.35. 315 is 
Canadian-American Fishery Commission report. 

Eulogies: C. F. Crisp and William Cogswell. 

Cotton plant. 

Animal Industry Bur. rp. , 1895 and 1896, 12th and 13th. 

Consular regulations. 

Civil Service Commission, 1895 and 1896. "Do c . v, 7 \ ^ . 

Commercial relations, 1896, v. 1. 

Same, v. 2. 

Tarifl hearings, 189&-97, v. 1. 

Same, v. 2. 

Ethnology report, 1894, 15th. 840 Is in serial no. 3512. 

Labor Dept., 11th annual rp., 1895-96: Worlc and wages. 

Water-supply and Irrigation papers, 1-9. 847 is in 
serial no. 3512. 

Fish Commission Bulletin, 1896. 

Smithsonian Institution, 1896 [pt. 1]. 

Same [pt. 2j: National Museum. 

American Historical Association, 1896, v. 1. 

Same, v. 2: Proposed amendments to Constitution of 
U.S. 

Patent Office decisions, 1896. 

Document catalogue, 54th Congress, 1st session, July 
1, 1895- June 30, 1896. 

Document index, 54th C-ongress, 2d session. 

Pacific railroads funding bill, minority views; see, for 
pts. 1 and 2, serial no. 3462. 

2291 is Alcohol in the arts, report and hearings. 

Except 3035, in serial no. 3557. 

Investigation of Soldiers' Home, Leavenworth, Kans. 



65tli CONGRESS, SPECIAL SESSION SENATE 

Mar. 4-10, 1897 



S. journal j.. 

S. doc 1 

S. reports |.. 



See serial no. 3466a, p. 191. 

Claim of A. H. Herr, see serial no. 3559. 

None issued. 



55tli CONGRESS, 1st SESSION 

Mar. 15-July 24, 1897 



8657a 






S. journal 






8558 
3559 


1 
2 


.... 


S. docs 

do 


1,2 pts 

2-17,19-35 


Congressional directory, 2 editions. 

Also 1, special session Senate, 55th Cong. 10, 4 pts., is 

Pacific railroads; 34 is Kiowa, Comanche, and Apache 

Indian reservations. 









108 



55tli CONGRESS, 1st SESSION— Continued 






Series 



Document no. 



Notes 



8561 



3567 



3570 

3570a 

8571 

3572 
3578 
3574 



3575 



8577 
3578 
3579 
3580 
8581 



8584 
3585 



3587 
3588 



9 

10 
11 

1 

2 

1 

2 
3 
4 



S. docs 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 



....do 



....do 



....do 

....do 

....do 



S. reports. 



....do.... 
H. journal. 
H. docs... 



....do. 
....do. 
....do. 



....do... 

...-do... 

....do... 
....do... 
....do... 
....do... 
....do... 

....do... 
....do... 
....do... 
....do... 
....do... 

do... 

H. reports 



18 

36-64... 
65-133.. 
134-190. 



138. 



185. 



188 

191 

192 [3 pts.]. 



1-86. . . 
87-393. 



1-90 

32 

60 

51, 6 pts. 

91, 5 pts. 

92, pt. 1. 



92, pt. 2 

92, pt. 3 

92, pt. 4..... 

93 

94, pts. 1-6.. 



94, pts. 7 
69, pt. 1 . 
59, pt. 2. 

95, pt. 1 . 
95, pt. 2. 

96 

1-16 



-12. 



Deep-water harbor, California. 



Except 138, in serial no. 3564; 185, in serial no. 3565; 
188, in serial no. 3566. 

Labor Department, 9th special report: Italians in Chi- 
cago. 

Charities and reformatories in District of Columbia, pt. 
1. Contains also S. rp. 700 and 781 of 55th Cong. 2d 
sess., which are pts. 2 and 3 of the same report. 

Tariff comparisons, 1894 and 1897. 

Appropriations, new offices, etc. 

Also S. doc. 329 of 55th Cong. 2d sess. All are Tariff 
laws, comparisons, etc. 

81, pt. 2, is a report of 55th Cong. 2d sess. 20 is Pacific 
railroads. 



Except 32, in serial no. 3572; 51, in serial no. 3574; 69, 

in serial nos. 3583 and 3584; 60, in serial no. 3573. 
Fish Commission report, 1896. 
Naval war records, series 1, v. 5. 
Consular reports, v. 54, nos. 200-203; supplement to 203; 

and index to v. 42-54. Supplement to 203 is Exports 

declared, quarter ended Mar. 1897. 
Consular reports, v. 55, nos. 204-207; and supplement to 

206, Exports declared, quarter ended June, 1897. 
Seal and salmon fisheries and general resources of 

Alaska, v. 1. 
Same, v. 2. 
Same, v. 3. 
Same, v. 4. 

Ethnology report, 1895, 16th. 
Monthly simamary of finance and commerce, July-Dec. 

1897. 
Same, Jan.-June, 1898. 
Rebellion records, series 1, v. 50, pt. 1. 
Same, v. 50, pt. 2. 
Same, v. 51, pt. 1. 
Same, v. 51, pt. 2. 

Document index, 55th Congress, 1st session. 
Tariff; etc. 



55tli CONGRESS, 2d SESSION 
Dec. 6, 1897-July 8, 1898 



3589 






S. journal 






8590 
3591 


1 
2 
3 




S. docs 

.do 


1-21,23-38 

22, 2 pts 

39-67 


33 is Government Prhiting Office, 1897. 
Congressional directory, 2 editions. 


3592 




do 


Postal telegraphs, telephones, and postal savings banks, 
etc. For correction of doc. 40, pt. 1, see doc. 40, pt. 2. 










8593 


4 




do 


68-76,78-109... 


Except 91 , in serial nos. 3595-3598. 96 is Viaduct across 
Rock Creek, D. C. 



109 



S5th. CONGRESS, 2cl SESSION—Continued 



l§ 


•3 

> 


86M 


5 


8606 


6 


8696 


7 


86»7 


8 


8696 


9 


8699 


10 


8800 


11 


8001 


12 


8602 


13 


8606 


14 


8604 


15 


8605 


16 


8606 


17 


8607 


18 


8608 


19 


3609 


20 


3610 


21 


3611 


22 


3612 


23 


3613 


24 


3614 


25 


8615 


26 


3616 


27 


3617 


28 


3618 


29 


3619 


30 


8620 


1 


3621 


2 


8622 


3 


8628 


4 


8624 


5 


8625 


6 


8626 
8627 


7 
8 



S6fl6S 



S. docs . . 

.do... 
.do... 
.do.., 
.do... 
.do... 

.do... 
.do... 
.do... 

.do... 
.do,.. 

.do... 
.do... 
.do... 



Dooument no. 



77 



91,pt.l 

91,pt.2 

91,pt.3 

91,pt.4 

110-137 

138-177,179-206. 
178, pts. 1,7-10, 

13-17. 
178, pt. 2 



178, pt. 3. 



NotXK 



National Academy of Sciences memoirs, v, 8, no. 2. 

Contains also S. does. 139, 174, 55th Cong. 3d sess., 

Memoirs, v. 8, nos. 3 and 4. 
Venezuelan Boundary Commission, v. 1: Historical. 
Same, v. 2: Extracts from Dutch archives. 
Same, v. 3: Geographical. 
Same, atlas. 
128 is Ticlcet brolcerage, hearings. 131, 3 pts., is U. S. 

fniit in Germany, San Jos6 scale, etc. 
Except 185, in serial no. 3009. 

lAmerican Republics Bureau report, 1897, and Bulletins 
I 75-78, 84, 85, 87, 88, 90. For pt. 18, see serial no. 3619. 
Commercial nomenclature, English, Spanish, Portu- 



....do 


-...do 


....do 


....do 


....do 


....do 


....do 


....do 


....do 


.-.-do 


.-..do 


....do 


S. reports 


-...do 


..-.do 


.--.do 


--..do 


....do 


....do 


....do 



178,pt.4 


178,pt.5 


178, pt. 6 


178,pt.ll 


178,pt.l2 


185 


207-237 


238-246,248-289. 


247 


247 


247 


290-341 


342 


283,343,344 ... 


345 


I78,pt.l8 



394-620. 



411 

621-906. 



885,2 pts. 

907-1171.. 

1123 

1172-1416. 



Nomenclaturacomercial, Spanish, English, Portuguese. 
Nomenclatura commercial, Portuguese, Spanish, En- 
glish. 
Commercial directory of American Republics, v. 1. 
Same, v. 2. 
American Republics Bureau, Monthly bulletin, v. 5, 

nos. 1-6, July-Dec. 1807. v. 1-4 not in Congressional 

set. 
Same, v. 5, nos. 7-12, Jan.-June, 1898. 3 pages on Death 

of director Jos. P. Smith, in four languages, which are 

bound in byreau edition of no. 8, are missing from 

Congressional edition, though given in table of 

contents. 
Patent Office, 1897. 
Destruction of battle ship Maine, etc. 
Except 283, in serial no. 3617. 271 is Laws of Navy and 

Marine Corps. 
Mexican Boundary Commission, 1891-96, pts. 1 and 2. 
Same, album. 
Same, atlas. 
Except 802, in serial no. 3659; 829, in serial no. 3668, 

340 is Direct legislation and referendum. 
Appropriations, new offices, etc. 
Eulogies: Jos. H. Earle, J. G. Harris, J. Z. George. 
Coast and Geodetic Survey, 1897. 
American Republics Bureau bulletin 93. 178, pts, 1-17 

are in serial nos. 3601-3608. Bulletins 94-97 were to 

have been 178, pts. 19-22; 94 is in serial no. 3971, 56th 

Cong. 1st sess.; 95-97, not issued. 
Except 411, in serial no. 3621. 81, pt. 2, Minority rp. 

on Sioux City and PaciGc Railroad bonds, bound in 

serial no. 3569, is a rp. of this session. 
Alcohol in manufactures and arts. 
Except 669, in serial no. 3623; 700 and 781, in serial 

no. 3565; 885, in serial no. 3624. 
Examination of civil service law, with testimonies. 
Affairs in Cuba. Includes reprints of Senate documents 

and reports of 54th and 55th Congresses. 
p:xcept 1123, in serial no. 3626. 
Internal revenue laws, 1861-73. 



110 



55tli CONGRESS, 2d SESSION— Continued 





•3 . 


t 


1 


Series 


Document no. 


Notes 




3628 
3629 
3630 
8631 
3632 
8638 
3634 
3635 














1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 




H.docs 

do 


1 

2 

2 

2 

2 .... 

2 

2 


Message and Foreign relations, 1897. 

War, 1897: Secretary and miscellaneous. 

Same: Engineers, pt. 1. 

Same: Engineers, pt. 2, 

Same: Engineers, pt. 3. 

Same: Engineers, pt. 4. 

Same: Engineers, pt. 5. 






do 

do 

do 

do 

do 




3636 


8 




do 


2 


Same: Engineers, pt. 6. 




3637 


9 




do 


2 


Same: Ordnance. 




3638 


10 




do 


3 


Navy, 1897. 
Post-office, 1897. 




3639 


11 




do 


4 


/. 


^3610 
#3641 


12 
13 




do 


5 


Interior, 1897: Secretary and Public lands. 
Same: Indian affairs. 






do 


5 


X. 


9 3642 


14 




do 


5 


Same: Miscellaneous. 




• 3613 

• 3614 
«3645 
«3646 

• 3647 

• 3648 


15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 




do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

.... .do 


5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 


Same: Geological Survey, pt. 1, Director's rp., etc. 
Same: Geological Survey, pt. 2, Theoretic papers. 
Same: Geological Survey, pt. 3, Economic geology. 
Same: Geological Survey, pt. 4, Hydrography. 
Same: Geological Survey, pt. 5, Mineral resources, 1896. 
Same: Geological Survey, pt. 5, Mineral resources, 1896, 
continued. 










t 3649 

• 3650 

3651 

3652 


21 
22 
23 
24 




do 


5 

5 

6.26 


Same: Education, v. 1. 


>< 




do 


Same: Education, v. 2. 






do 


Agriculture, 1897; Agriculture expenditures, 1897. 
Conmiissioners of District of Columbia, 1897, v. 1. 






do 


• 
7 




3653 

4 3654 

3655 

43656 

«3657 


25 

26 
27 
28 
29 




do 


7 

8 

9 


[Same, v. 2: Engineer Department. 
Isame, v. 3: Health Department. 

Treasury (Finances) 1897. 

Justice (Attorney-General) 1897. 


y: 




do 

do 


X 




do 

do.. 


10,pt. 1 

10,pt.2 


Comptroller of Currency, 1897, v. 1. 
Same, v. 2. 




3658 
8659 


30 
31 




do 


11 


Internal Revenue Commissioner, 1897. 






do 


(-12 


Estimates of appro}) riations for ] 899. 




94 


Receipts and expenditures, 1897. 

Also S. doc. 302. All are deficiency estimates. 




156,203,319... 


/ 


• 8660 


32 




do 


13,pt.l 


Commerce and navigation, 1897, v. 1. 


/ 


^3661 
• 3662 


33 
34 




do.. . 


13,pt.2 

14,16-133 


Same, v. 2. 


y 




do 


Except 26, in serial no. 3651; 27, in serial no. 3664; 94, in 














serial no. 3(359; 95, in serial no. 3665. 14 is Navigation 




3663 
3661 
3665 
3666 

3667 


3a 
36 
37 
38 

39 




do 

do 


15 


Bureau, Treasury Dept., 1897. 
29th annual list of merchant vessels of U. S., 1897. 




27,278 

95 


National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, 1897. 






do 


Annor Factorv Board report. 






do 


134-141 

|142-163, 165, 
1 171-205. 


141 is Reservoir sites in Wyoming and Colorado. 






do 


lExcept 156 and 203, in serial no. 3659; 157, in serial no. 
J 3668; 201 , in serial no. 3674. 


Y 


$3668 
3669 


40 

41 


.... 


do 

do 


157 


Interstate Commerce Commission, 1897, 11th. 




164 


Tests of metals, 1897. 




3670 


4? 




do 


166 


Weather Bureau, 1897. 




8671 
3672 
3673 


43 

44 
45 


.... 


do 

do 

do 


167 


Mint Bureau, production of precious metals, 1896. 

Army register, 1898; Navy register, 1898. 

American ephemeris and nautical almanac, 1898, 2d eel. 




168,169 

170 




3674 


46 




do 


201,6ptS 


Consular reports, v. 56, nos. 208-211 ; and supplements to 
208 and 211, Exports declared, quarters ended Sept. 
and Dec, 1897. 



Ill 



55tli CONGRESS, 2d SESSION— Continued 



47 



67 



Series 



H. docs. 
....do.. 
....do.. 
....do.. 

....do.. 

....do.. 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



.do. 

.do. 
.do. 
.do. 

.do.. 



.do. 
.do. 



.do. 
.do. 



.do. 



.do. 



do. 

do. 



.do. 



Document no. 



435,5pts 

666,6ptS 

563 

206,6pts 

207-226, 22»- 
258,260,261, 
263-387. 

227,338,578.. 



.do. 



259 

262 

559 

288,pt.l 

288, pt. 2 

476 

299 

301, 302, 453, 

477, 509-511, 

579,580. 

314 

321,464,543.. 
388-396 



397-548. 



454 

483, pt. 1 . 
483, pt. 2. 

{549-553... 
555-558... 
5frt 



554 

560 

661 

562 

566 

567-569 

570-572,574.. 
573, pts. 1-6.. 

573, pts. 7-12 
575, pt. 1.... 
575, pt. 2.... 
575, pt. 3.... 

576 

577 



Notes 



Samp, V. 57, nos. 212-215; and supplement to 215, Ex- 
ports declared, quarter ended Mar. 1898. 

Same, v. 58, nos. 216-219; and supplement to 218, Ex- 
ports declared, quarter ended June, 1898. 

Special consular reports, v. 14: Drug trade in foreign 
countries. 

Labor Department bulletins, v. 3, nos. 14-19. 

Except 278, in serial no. 3664; 288, in serial nos. 3684 and 
3685; 299, in serial no. 3687; 801 and 302, in serial no. 
3t)88; 814, in serial no. 3689; 819, in serial no. 3659; 821, 
In serial no. 3690; 8JJ8, in serial no. 3680. 

Animal Industry Bureau operations, 1897; Meat in- 
spection; Animal Industry Bureau report, 1897, 14th. 

Statistical abstract, 1897. 

Naval war records, series 1, v. 6. 

Same, v. 7. 

Rebellion records, series 1, v. 52, pt. 1. 

Same, v. 52, pt. 2. 

Same, v. 53. 

Fish Commission report, 1897, and Manual offish-culture. 

Water-supply and irrigation papers, 10-18. 

Civil Service Commission, 1897. 

Eulogies: W. S. Hohnan, A. B. Wright, S. L. Milliken. 

389 is Fox and Wisconsin rivers; 396 is Beet-sugar in- 
dustry. 

Except 435, in serial no. 3675; 454, in serial no. 3693; 
464, 543, in serial no. 3690; 476. in serial no. 3686; 483, 
in serial nos. 3694 and 3695; 453, 477, 509-511, in serial 
no. 3688. 482 is Surveys of rivers and harbors. 

Agriculture Yearbook, 1897. 

Commercial relations, 1897, v. 1. 

Same, v. 2. 

Ship canal at Sabine Pass, Tex.; etc. 

559 is in serial no. 3683. 

Labor Department, 12th annual report, 1897: Economic 
aspects of liquor problem. 

Official opinions of Attorneys-General, v. 21. 

House manual. 

Fish Commission Bulletin, 1897. 

Tariff acts, 1789-1897. 563 is in serial no. 3677. 

Patent Oflice decisions, 1897. 565 is in serial no. 3676. 

Geological Svu-vey bulletins 150-152. 

Same, 153-156. ' 

Monthly summary of conunerce and finance, July-Dec 
1898. 

Same, Jan.-June, 1899. 

Smithsonian Institution, 1897 [pt. 1]. 

Same [pt. 2]: National Museum, pt. 1. 

Same [pt. 2]: National Museum, pt. 2, Memorial of G. B. 
Goode. 

Parliamentary precedents of House. 

American Historical Association, 1897. 578 is in serial 
no. 3680; 579 and 580, in serial no. 3688. 



112 



65tli CONGRESS, 2d SESSION— Continued 



ig 


i 


1 


Series 


DociHnent no. 


Notes 


# 8711 


82 

83 

84 
85 
86 

87 
1 
2 
3 
4 
5 

' 

7 


.... 


H. docs 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

H. reports 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 


581 


Geological Survey monographs, v, 29: Old Hampshire 

County, Mass. 
Same, v. 30: Fossil medusae 


• 8712 


582 


8718 


583 


i Rebellion records, series 1, v. 54 and 65 not prihted.- 


8714 


584 


3715 


585 


Document catalogue, 54th Congress, 2d session, July 1, 

1896-June 30, 1897. 
Document index, 55th Congress, 2d session. 


8716 


586 


3717 


17-245 


8718 
3719 
3720 
8721 
8722 

3723 


246^43 

544-852 

853-1193 

1194-1420 

14^-1658 

[776,1092 

1659 


Except 776, in serial no. 3723. 
Except 1092, in serial no. 3723. 
1375 is Personnel of Navy. 

Charities and reformatories in District of Colimibia, pts. 

2, 3. These appeared also as S. reports 700, 781, which 

are bound with pt. 1 in serial no. 3565. 
Telephone charges in District of Colimibia. 







3724 
3725 
3726 
3727 
3728 

3729 
3780 



3731 
3782 
8738 
8734 



3786 
8737 



8739 
9 3740 
8741 
8742 
,8748 
8744 
8745 
8746 
8747 
3748 



55tli CONGRESS, 3d SESSION 
Dec. 6, 1898-Mar. 3, 1899 



S. journal . 
S. docs.... 
.....do 



do 

do.... 

S. reports. 
do 



.....do 

H. journal. 
H. docs... 
....do.... 



.do. 



....do 

do 

....do 



1-3,5-15,17-30 

4, 2pts 

•16 

31-47,49^8... 



48 

51, pt. 2. 



59-61,63-110. 

62, 3 pts 

104 

109, 2 pts.... 
111-169 



170,171... 

172 

173 

174 

1^17-1685. 

1433 

1686-1893. 



5 is Government Printing Office, 1898. 

Congressional directory, 2 editions. 

Hawaiian Commission report. 

Except 51 , pt. 2 , in serial no. 3730. 31 is Convention of 

American Instructors of the Deaf. 
Coast and Geodetic Survey, 1898. 
American Republics Bureau, Monthly bulletin, v. 6, 

nos. 1-6, July-Dec. 1898. See, for 51, pt. 1 (annual rp. 

1898), serial no. 3728. 
Except 104, in serial no. 3733; 109, in serial no. 3734. 
Treaty with Spain, text and map. 
Patent Office, 1898. 

Bureau of Engraving and Printing investigation. 
Excep\ 139, in serial no. 3594. 164 is Daughters of the 

American Revolution, 1890-97, 1st report. 
Eulogies: J. S. Morrill and E. C. Walthall. 
Explorations in Alaska in 1898. 
Appropriations, new offices, etc. 
See serial no. 3594. 
Except 1433, in serial no. 3740. 
Mississippi River floods. 
River and harbor bill; etc. 

Message and Foreign relations, 1898. 
War, 1898: Secretary and miscellaneous. 
Same: Major-general commanding Army. 
Same: Engineers, pt. 1. 
Same: Engineers, pt. 2. 
Same: Engineers, pt. 3. 



118 



55tli CONOIiE8S, 8d SESSION—Continued 



• 8749 
3750 

87r>i 

8752 
8758 
8754 
8755 
8756 
8757 
8758 
875}> 
*8760 
#8761 

• 8762 
87631 

• 87633 

• 8764 

• 8765 

• 3766 
• 3767 

3768 

3769 

8770 

3771 
3772 

• 3773 

• 3774 
3775 
3776 

• 8777 
8778 

8779 



8780 
8781 



8782 



24 
25 

26 

i 

!'' 

1 28 
I 

1 29 
I 30 
I 31 
! 32 
33 
34 

35 
36 



37 



8788 

8784 
8785 

8786 



8787 

8788 



40 



41 



Series 



Document no. 



H. docs. 
....do.. 
....do.. 



..do.. 
..do.. 
..do.. 
...do.. 
..do.. 
..do.. 
...do.. 
..do., 
...do., 
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...do. 



..-.do.. 



.do. 
.do. 

.do. 

.do. 

.do. 

.do. 
.do. 
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.do. 

.do. 
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...do... 



do. 

do. 



..do. 



do.. 

....do.. 
do.. 

do.. 



do 

do. 

do. 



5 

5 

6,23 

121,169 

7 

8 



10,pt.l 

10,pt. 2 

11 

12,44,15.185. 



13 

14, 16-33, 35- 

43,45-54. 
34,pt.l 



34,pt.2... 
285, pt. 1.. 
285, pt. 2.. 
285, pt. 3.. 



73, 6 pts. 



294, 5 pts. 



47 

55,154 

|56-64, 68-72, 74- 
I 79,81-120. 

121 

65 

66 



Notes 



Same: Engineers, pt. 4. 

Same: Engineers, pt. 6. 

Same: Engineers, pt. 6. 

Same: Ordnance. 

Navy, 1898: Miscellaneous. 

Same, appendix: War with Spain. 

Post-office, 1898. 

Interior, 1898: Secretary and Public lands. 

Same: Indians. 

Same: Miscellaneous. 

Same: Geological Survey, pt. 1, Director's report, etc. 

Same: Geological Survey, pt. 2, Theoretic papers. 

Same: Geological Survey, pt. 3, Economic geology. 

Same: Geological Survey, pt. 4, Hydrography. 

Same: Geological Survey, pt. 5, Forest reserves, text. 

Same: Geological Survey, pt. 5, Forest reserves, atlas. 

Same: Geological Survey, pt. 6, Mineral resources, 1897. 

Same: Geological Survey, pt. 6, Mineral resources, 

1897, continued. 
Same: Education, v. 1. 
Same: Education, v. 2. 

Agriculture, 1898; Agriculture expenditures, 1898. 
Experiment Stations Office bulletins 61 and 62. 
Commissioners of District of Columbia, 1898, v. 1. 

{Same, v. 2: Engineer Department. 
Same, v. 3: Health Department. 
Treasury (Finances) 1898. 
Justice (Attorney-Qeneral) 1898. 
Comptroller of Currency, 1898, v. 1. 
Same, v. 2. 

Internal Revenue Commissioner, 1898. 
Estimates of appropriations for 1900; Receipts and ex- 
penditures, 1898; Deficiency estimates. 
Commerce and navigation, 1898. 

IExcept 23, in serial no. 3768; 47, in serial no. 3784. 14 
is Navigation Bureau, Treasury Dept., 1898. 

Special consular reports, v. 15, pt. 1: Soap, screws, ar- 
gols, rabbits, ramie. 

Same, v. 15, pt. 2: Sericulture, and English walnut. 

Same, v. 16: Tariffs of foreign countries, pt. 1, Europe. 

Same, pt. 2, America. 

Same, pt. 3, Asia, Africa, Australasia, and Polynesia. 
See, for supplement, serial no. 4139. 

Consular reports, v. 59, nos. 220-223; and supplements 
to 220 and 223, Exports declared, quarters ended Sept. 
and Dec. 1898. 

Same, v. 60, nos. 224-227; and supplement to 226, Ex- 
ports declared, quarter ended Mar. 1899. 

Mint Bureau, production of precious metals, 1897. 

National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, 1898. 

IExcept 100, in serial no. 3796; 101, in serials 3797, 3798. 
99 is Laws other than criminal relating to Alaska. 
See serial no. 3768. 
Rebellion records, series 2, v. 1. 
Same, v. 2. 



82452°— 



114 



55tli CONGRESS, 3d SESSION— Continued 





Serial 
no. 


> 


I 


Series 


Document no. 




8789 
8790 
8791 
3792 
8798 
3794 
3795 
3796 
8797 

«ii» 8798 
3799 


47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 

56 
57 


.... 


H. docs 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 


67 




284 




311 




312 




313 




314 




80 




100 




101 




101 




287,pt. 1 


X 


* 88001 


58 


1 


do 


287, pt. 2.....^ 




•» 38002 


68 


2 


do •. 


287 [pt. 3] 


V 


«8801 
• 8802 
«3B08 


59 
60 
fill 1 





do 

do 


288 


y. 


289 








• 8804 

• 3805 


62 
63 




do 

do 


291 


y- 


292 


•8806 
3807 


64 

65 


.... 


do 

do 


315 




|122-135, 137-140, 
1 142,144-161. 




8808 


66 


.... 


do 


136,268 




3809 

3810 

• 3811 


67 
68 
69 


.... 


444 


141 




143 


y 


162 




[163-180,182-206, 




3812 


70 




do 


I 208-219,222- 
228, 230-265, 
I 267,269-. 




3813 
« 8814 


71 

72 


.... 


do 

do 


181 


X 


207,6pts 




3815 


73 




do 


j220, 277-283, 
1 297-300. 




3816 
3817 

3818 


74 
75 
76 


.... 


do 

do 

do 


221 




229 




266,pt. 1 




3819 


77 




do 


266, pt. 2 




3820 
8821 


78 
79 




do 

do 


270 




271-275 




8822 
8823 
3824 
8825 
• 3826 
#3827 

- 8828 
3829 


80 
81 

82 
83 
84 
85 

86 
87 




do 

do 

do.. 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 


276 




286 




293 




295 


y 


296 


y 


301 


/ 


301 




302-504 




8830 


88 




do 


305,306 




3831 


89 




do 


307 




3832 


90 




do 


308 



Notes 



Same, v. 3. 

Same, v. 4. 

Same, v. 5. 

Same, v. 6. 

Same, v. 7. 

Same, v. 8. 

American ephemeris and nautical almanac, 1899, 2d ed. 

30th annual list of merchant vessels of U. S., 1898. 

Geological Survey monographs, v. 31: Aspen District, 

Colo. 
Same, v. 31, atlas. 
Same, v. 32: Geology of Yellowstone National Park, 

pt. 1. Not yet issued. 
Same, v. 32: Geology of Yellowstone National Park, pt. 2. 
Same, v. 32, atlas. 

Same, v. 33: Geology of Narragansett B»y. 
Same, v. 34: Glacial gravels of Maine. 
«arae, v.-ad^^L-etw-extiact. floras- of North Amerietu- £ 
Same, v. 36: Crystal Falls, Mich., iron-bearing district. 
Same, v. 37: Fossil flora of lower coal-measures of 

Missouri. 
Same, v. 38: Illinois glacial lobe. 
Except 154, in serial no. 3785. 142 is Survey of South 

west Pass, Mississippi River. 
Navy register, 1899; Army register, 1899. 
Interstate Commerce Commission, 1898, 12th. 
Tests of metals, 1898. 
Statistical abstract, 1898. 

Except 169, in serial no. 3768; 185, in serial no. 3776. 
268 is in serial no. 3808. 

Forestry investigations, 1877-98. 

Labor Department bulletins, v. 4, nos. 20-25. 

Water-supply and irrigation papers, 19-30. 

Fish Commission report, 1898. 

House manual. 

Commercial relations, 1898, v. 1. 

Same, v. 2. 

AVeather Bureau, 1898. 

Eulogies: Nelson Dingley, John Simpkins, W. F. Love, 

S. A. Northway, E. D. Cooke. 
Compilation of treaties in force, 1899. 
Naval war records, series 1, v. 8. 
Agriculture Yearbook, 1898. 
American Historical Association, 1898. 
Civil Service Commission, 1898. 
Labor Department, 13th annual report, 1898: Hand and 

machine labor, v. 1. 
Same, v. 2. 

Geological Survey bulletins, 157-159. 
Same, 160-161. 

Animal Industry Bureau report, 1898, 15th. 
Fish Commission Bulletin, 1898. 



115 



56tli CONGRESS, 8d SESSION— Continued 



l§ 


i 


1 


Series 


Document no. 


Notes 


8884 

8886 


01 

92 
93 
94 
95 
96 

97 

1 
2 




H.doos 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

H. reports 

do 


309, ptl...... 

309, pt. 2 

310 


Smithsonian Institution, 1898 [pt. 1]. 
Same[pt. 2]: National Museum. 
Patent Office decisions, 1898. 


8886 
8887 


310 


Ethnology report, 1896, 17th, pt. 1. 
Same, pt. 2. 


316 


8888 


317 


Document catalogue, v. 4, 56th Congress, July 1, 1897- 


8880 


318 


June 30, 1899. 
Document index, 55th Congress, 3d session. 


3840 
8841 


1660-2000 

2001-2367 


















56tli 


CONGRI 


DSS, 1st SESSION 



Dec. 4, 1899— June 7. 1900 



3842 






S. Journal 






1 

2 
3 
4 
5 
6 

7 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 

18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 

J" 

26 

27 





S.docs 

do 

do 


n 


3843 


J 133 




[290 


3844 
3845 


2-14,16,17 

15,3pts 

18-49 


3846 


1 
2 


do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

.do 


3847 


30. .. 


3848 
38491 


50-59, 61-€5.... 
60 


38492 


60 


3830 


66-100. 


3851 
8862 
8868 




do 

do 

.do 


101-147 

148-170 

161,237 

171-208 

185 


8864 
8866 




do 

do 

do 

do 

do 


8866 


194 


iB867 


209 


8868 


210-235 

221 .. 


8869 




do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do. 

do 

do 


8860 


221 


8861 


221. 


8862 


221 


8868 


221 


8864 


221. 


8865 


221 


8866 


221 


8867 

3868 
3869 


236-257 

r258, 260-269, 
1 271-282,284- 
l 337. 
259 



Secretary of Senate, report, July 1, 189S-June 30, 1899. 

Same, July 1, 1899-Jan. 31, 1900. 

Index to reports of secretaries of Senate, 1823-Jan. 31, 
1900. 

11 is Government Printing Office, 1899. 

Congressional directory, 3 editions. 

Except 80, in serial no. 3847. 

7th International Congress of Na%igation, Brussels, 1898. 

59 is Bibliography of interoceanic canals; 61 is Bibli- 
ography of District of Columbia. 

History of United States Capitol, v. 1. 

Same, v. 2. 

71 is Transactions with national banks. 

Except 133, in serial no. 3843; 138, in serial no. 3885 m. 

Except 161, in serial no. 3853. 

Correspondence relating to interoceanic canal. 

Except 185, in serial no. 3855; 194, in serial no. 3856. 

Patent Office, 1899. 

History and growth of United States census. 

National galleries of history and art, pts. 1-3. 

Except 221 , in serial nos. 3859-3866. 

Commission to investigate conduct of War Department 
in War with Spain, v. 1: Minutes, report, appendices. 

Same, v. 2: Appendices. 

Same, v. 3: Testimony. 

Same, v. 4: Testimony. 

Same, v. 5: Testimony. 

Same, v. 6: Testimony. 

Same, v. 7: Testimony. 

Same, v. 8: Correspondence. 

Except 237, in serial no. 3853. 245 is Reindeer in 
Alaska, 1899; 254 is Tariff schedules in Cuba, Porto 
Rico, and Pliilippines. 

[Except 290, in serial no. 3843; 806, in serial no. 3874. 

Filtering water-supply of Washington, D. C. 



116 



66tli CONGRESS, 1st SESSION— Continued 



3870 
3871 



3874 
3876 
3876 

3877 

3878 
3879 

3880 

38811 

38812 



3884 



8887 



3892 



3895 
3896 



3901 



3904 



Series 



S. docs. 
....do. 
....do. 
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...do.... 
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...do..., 

...do... 
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....do.... 
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do... 

do.... 



do..., 

do... 



do.... 

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Document no. 



270. 
270. 
270. 
283. 



306 

338-387. 



426-447,452... 
428 



448,451. 

456 

449 

449 

450,455. 

453 

454 

138 



138 

138 

138 

1-224.... 
225-527.. 

516 

528-765.. 
766-1113. 



1052. 



1052 

1052 

1114-1372. 



1373-1675. 
1023 



p.pt.l. 
jl,pt.2. 
[l, pt. 3. 

2 

2 

2 



2 

2 



Notes 



Food furnished to troops in Cuba and Porto Rico, pt. 1. 

Same, pt. 2. 

Same, pt. 3. 

New legislation concerning crimes, misdemeanors, and 

penalties. 
Alaska, 1899, Copper River exploring expedition. 

Notes on Spanish-American "War. These are Naval 

Intelligence Office, War notes 1-8. 
Except 413, in serial no. 3937. 425 is Daughters of the 

American Revolution, 1898, 2d. 
Except 428, in serial no. 3879. 
Early Congressional documents, bibliography of lst-14th" 

Congresses (Greely). 
Acceptance of statues of O. P. Morton and U. S. Grant. 
Same, T. H. Benton and F. P. Blair. 
Private claims before Senate, 1891-99, v. 1: A-K. 
Same, v. 2: L-Z. 

Eulogies: G. A. Hobart and M. L. Hayward. 
Appropriations, new offices, etc. 
Coast and Geodetic Survey, 1899. 
1st Philippine Commission, 1899-1900 (or Schurmau 

Commission), report, v. 1, 2. 
Same, v. 3. 
Same, v. 4. 
Same, atlas. 

Except 516, in serial no. 3888. 

Adulteration of food products. 

711, 2 pts., is Public schools in District of Coltunbia. 

Except 1023, in serial no. 3896; 1052, in serial nos. 3891- 

3893. 
Right of W. A. Clark to seat as Senator from Montana, 

pt. 1. 
Same, pt. 2. 
Same, pt. 3. 
Except 1243, which was withdrawn. Pts. 3-6 of 1337 

are in serial no. 4063, where pts. 1 and 2 are reprinted 

in pt. 4. 

Explorations in Alaska, 1869-99. 

Message and Foreign relations, 1899. 

Conditional agreement with Sultan of Jolo. 

Preliminary statement of 1st Philippine Commission. 

War, 1899: Secretary and miscellaneous. 

Same: Chiefs of bureaus. 

S^me: Major-general commanding Army, pt. 1, Miscel- 
laneous. 

Same: Major-general commanding Anny, pt. 2, Depart- 
ment of the Pacific. 

Same: Major-general commanding Army, pt. 3, Depart 
ment of the Pacific, continued. 

Same: Civil afiairs in Cuba and Porto Rico. 

Same: Engineers, pt. 1. 



117 



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10 




11 


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12 


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13 


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14 


.... 


15 


.... 


16 


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17 


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18 


.... 


19 


.... 


20 


.... 


21 


.... 


22 


.... 


23 


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24 


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25 




26 


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5 

5 

5 

5 



5 

5 

5 

6,173 

314,500... 



199, 642. . . 

13 

13 

14,pt. 1... 
14,pt. 2... 
15, pts. 1-6 



15,pts. 7-12.. 
16, 6 pts.. 



190, 6 pts. 



...do.... 



620, 5 pts. 



Same: Engineers, pt. 2. 

Same: Engineers, pt. 3. 

Same: Engineers, pt. 4. 

Same: Engineers, pt. 5. 

Same: Engineers, pt. 6. 

Same: Ordnance. 

Navy, 1899. 

Post-Ofllce, 1899. 

Interior, 1899: Secretary and Public lands. 

Same: Indians, pt, 1. 

Same: Indians, pt. 2. 

Same: Miscellaneous, pt. 1. 

Same: Miscellaneous, pt. 2. 

Same: Geological Survey, pt. 1, Director's report, etc. 

Same: Geological Survey, pt. 2, General geology and 

paleontology. 
Same: Geological Survey, pt, 3, Precious-metal mining 

districts. 
Same: Geological Survey, pt. 4, Hydrography. 
Same: Geological Survey, pt. 5, Forest reserves. 
Same: Geological Survey, pt. 6, Mineral resources, 1898. 
Same: Geological Survey, pt. 6, Mineral resources, 1898, 

continued. 
Same: Geological Survey, pt. 7, Explorations in Alaska 

in 1898. 
Same: Education, v, 1. 
Same: Education, v. 2. 

Agriculture, 1899; Agriculture expenditures, 1899, 
Agriculture in Alaska, 1899; Experiment stations, 1899. 
JDistrict of Columbia, 1899, v, 1: Commissioners, etc, 
jsame, v, 2: Engineer Department. 

{Same, v, 3: Health Department. 
Same, v. 4: Public schools. 

Treasury (Finances) 1899, 

Justice (Attorney-General) 1899. 

Comptroller of Currency, 1899, v, 1, 

Same, v, 2, 

Internal Revenue Commissioner, 1899. 

Estimates of appropriations, 1901. 

Receipts and expenditures, 1899, 

Also S, doc, 413, All are deficiency estimates. 

Commerce and navigation, 1899, v. 1, 

Same, v, 2, 

Navigation Bureau, Treasury Dept., 1899. 

Law s relating to navigation and merchant marine. 

Monthly summary of commerce and finance, July-Dec. 
1899. 

Same, Jan.-June, 1900. 

Consular reports, v. 61, nos. 228-231; and supplement to 
228, Exports declared, quarter ended June, 1899, 

Same, v. 62, nos, 232-235; and supplements to 232 and 
235, Exports declared, quarters ended Sept. and Dec. 
1899, 

Same, v. 63, nos, 236-239; and supplement to 239, Ex- 
ports declared, quarter ended Mar. 1900. 



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50 




51 


.... 


52 


.... 


53 


.... 


54 


.... 


55 




56 




57 




58 




59 




60 




61 




62 




63 




64 




65 





66 




67 





68 




69 





70 




71 





72 


.... 


73 




74 




75 




76 




77 




78 




79 




80 




81 





82 




83 




84 




85 




86 






Document no. 



Notes 



3946 
8917 
8948 
8»19 



3951 

3952 
3953 
3954 
3955 



3958 



3960 



3963 
3964 
3965 
3966 



3970 

8971 
3972 

3973 
3974 
3975 

3976 

3977 
3978 
3979 



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744,4pts 

116 

257 

730 

731 

741,pt. 1 

741, pt. 2 

741,pt.3 

17, 572, 633, 

714-7] 8. 
719,720,746-750 

18 

19-79 

80-96, 98-105.. 

95,pt.2 

97 

106,236 

107-114, 120-200 



115. 
735. 
117. 
118. 

287. 



553 

579 

658 

678-...*. 

119, 350, 351, 
663, 721-725. 

175,pt.l 

175,pt.4 

175, pt. 2 



175, pt. 3 

201-238,240-263. 
239 



J264-297, 
1 301-323. 



298 

300 

324 

|325-339, 341- 
1 358,361-392. 

340 

349,360 

369, 6 pts 



Same, v. 64, nos. 240-243. 

Special consular reports, v. 17: Sewage and garbage; 

Coal-tar. 
Same, v. 18: Merchant marine of foreign countries. 
SamCj V. 19: Paper; Uses of wood pulp. 

(Same, v. 20, pt. 1: Book cloth, etc. 
Same, v. 20, pt. 2: School gardens in Europe. ' 

Same, v. 20, pt. 3: Stave trade. 

Same, v. 21, pt. 1: Foreign markets for American coal. 
Same, v. 21, pt. 2: Vehicle industry in Europe. 
Same, v. 21, pt. 3: Trusts and trade combinations in 
Europe. 

Geological Survey bulletins 102-169. 

Same, 170-176. 

31st annual list of merchant vessels of l'. S., 1899. 

Except 36, in serial no. 3937. 

Except 95, pt. 2, in serial no. 3956. 

Atlas of Chicago River and branches, 

American ephemeris and nautical almanac, 1900, 2d ed.s 

National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, 1899. 

Except 173, in serial no. 3929; 175, in serial nos. 3971- 

3973; 190, in serial no. 3944; 199, in serial no. 3937. 
Naval war records, series 1, v. 9. 
Same, v. 10. 

Rebellion records, series 3, v. 1. 
Same, v. 2. 
Same, v. 3. 
Same, v. 4. 
Same, v. 5. 
Same, series 4, v. 1. 
Same, v. 2. 
Same, v. 3. 

Water-supply and irrigation papers, 31-39. 

American Republics Bureau report, 1899. 

American Republics Bureau, bulletin 94: British trade. 

American Republics Bureau, Monthly bulletin, v. 6, 

nos. 7-12, Jan.-June, 1899. 
Same, v. 7, nos. 1-6, July-Dec. 1899. 
Except 236, in serial no. 3958; 257 , in serial no. 3947. 
Mint Bureau, production of precious metals, 1898. 
[Except 287, in serial no. 3964; 314, in serial no. 3929. 

264 is Transactions of Treasury Dept. with national 

banks. 
Interstate Commerce Commission, 1899, 13th. 
Tests of metals, 1899. 
House manual. 
Except 349, in serial no. 3982; 350, 351, in serial no 

3970. 
Civil Service Commission, 1899. 
Navy register, 1900; Army register, 1900. 
Labor Department bulletins, v. 5, nos. 26-31. 



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89 




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411 


3»S7 


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431 


8988 


91 


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(451-459,461-475, 
l477-480,482-5(M. 


8989 


92 


.... 


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400,3pts 


8990 


93 


.... 


do 


476,pt.l 


8991 


94 


.... 


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1476, pt. 3 

|'476[pt. 4] 


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95 




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1476 [pt. 5] 


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96 




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481,pt.l 


r89»( 


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481 [pt. 2] 


8995 


98 


..t. 


do 


505-611 


3996 


99 
100 


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do 


588 


8997 


612-672 


8998 


101 




do 


660 


8999 


102 


.... 


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660 




(■673-691, 693- 


4000 


103 


.... 


do 


1 707,709,711, 
I 712,742. 


4001 


104 


.... 


do 

do 


692 


4002 


708 


4008 


106 




do 


710 


4004 


107 




do 


713 


4005 


108 




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726 


4006 


109 




do 


743 


4007 


110 




do 


727 


4006 


111 


.... 


do 


728,740,751-755. 


4009 


112 
113 

113 


1 
2 


do 

do 

do 


729 


40101 


732 


4010 « 


732 


4011 


114 




do 


733 


4012 


115 




do 


733 


4018 


116 
117 




do 

do 


734 


4014 


736 


4015 


118 
119 




do 

do 


736 


4016 


737,pt.l 



Notes 



Field operations of Division of Soils, 1899. 

Beet-sugar industry in United States, 1899. 

Statistical abstract, 1899. 

rrotection of Sacramento and Feather rivers. 

Except 496, in serial no. 39<'>5; 500, in serial no. 3029. 

459 is Reformatory system in U. S. 
Spanish- American War claims. 
Industrial Commission reports, v. 1: Trusts, preliminary 

report and testimony. See, for 2d report on trusts, 

serial no. 4343. 
Same, v. 2: Trusts, statutes and decisions. 
Same, v. 3: Prison labor. 

Same, v. 4: Transportation, preliminary report and tes- 
timony. See, for 2d report, serial no. 4339. 
Same, v. 5: Labor legislation. See, for v. 6-19, serial 

nos. 4168, 4169, and 4338-4349. 
Commercial relations, 1899, v. 1. 
Same, v. 2. 
Except 553, in serial no. 3966; 572, in serial no. 3951; 

579, in serial no. 3967; 588, in serial no. 3996. 
Agriculture Yearbook, 1899. 
Except 620, in serial no. 3945; 683, in serial no. 3951; 

642, in serial no. 3937; 658, in serial no. 3968; 660, in 

serial nos. 3998-3999; 668, in serial no. 3970. 
Weather Bureau, 1899, v. 1: Rp. and meteorological 

tables. 
Same, v. 2: International cloud observations. 
Except 678, in serial no. 3969; 699, in serial no. 3985. 

694 is Peach leaf curl; 742 is Exports declared, fiscal 

year ended June 30, 1899. 
Fish Commission report, 1899. 
Ivouisiana Purchase. 
Patent decisions, 1899. 
Labor Department, 14th annual report, 1899: Water, 

gas, and electric-light plants. 
Geological Survey monographs, v. 39: Coral faimas. 
Same, v. 40: Coleoptera from Florissant, Colo. 
Primer of forestry, pt. 1. Pt. 2 is not in Congressional 

set; see, for bureau editions of pt. 2, A13.3:24« and 

A1.9:258. 
Eulogies: Richard P. Bland, Lorenzo Danford, Evan E. 

Settle, William L. Greene, Samuel T. Baird, Daniel 

Ermentrout, Sydney P. Epes. 
R6ntgen ray in War with Spain. 
Smithsonian Institution, documents relative to its ori- 
gin and history, v. 1: 1835-1887. 
Same, v. 2: 1887-1899. 

American Historical Association, 1899, v. 1. 
Same, v. 2: Correspondence of John C. Calhoun. 
Fish Commission Bulletin, 1899. 

Ethnology rp., 1897, 18th, pt. 1: Director and Eskimos. 
Same, pt. 2: Indian land cessions. 
Smithsonian Institution, 1899 [pt. 1]. 



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l§ 


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Series 


Document no. 


Notes 


• 4017 
4018 


120 

121 

122 

123 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 




H. docs 

do 


737, pt. 2 

738,739 

745 


Same [pt. 2]: National Museum. 
Washington observations 1891 and 1892 


4019 




do 

do 

H. reports.... 
do 


Animal Industry- Bureau report, 1899, 16th. 
Document index, 56th Congress, 1st session. 


4020 


756 


4021 


1-245 


4022 


24&-486 

487-807 

808-1078 

1079-1427 

1428-1755 

1756-2006 




4023 




do 




4024 




do 




4025 




do 


Except 1082 and 1158, which were withdrawn. 


4026 
4027 




do 

do 













56tli CONGRESS, 2d SESSION 
Dec. 3, 1900— Mar. 2, 1901 



4028 






S. journal 




Contains also proceedings special session Senate, Mar. 
4-9, 1901, p. 279. 












4029 


1 





S. docs 


1-3,5-19,21-38. 


19 is Government Printing Office, 1900. 


4030 


2 




do 


4, 2 pts 


Congressional directory, 2 editions. 

Revision of statutes relating to patents, etc. 

Bergen, Norway, International Fisheries Exposition, 

1898. 


4031 


3 




do 


20 


4032 


4 




do 


39 












4038 


5 




. do 


40-108 


Except 68, in serial no. 4034; 76, in serial no. 4035; 89, 
in serial nos. 4036-4038. 












• 4034 


6 




. . do 


68 


Coast and Geodetic Survey, 1900. 

National Academy of Sciences memoirs, v. 8, no. 5. 

Postal Commission report, v. 1: Railway-mail pay. 


4035 


7 




do 


76 


4036 


8 





do 


89,pt.l 


4037 


9 





do 


89,pt.2 


Same, v. 2: Railway-mail pay. 


4038 


10 


.... 


do 


89,pt.3 


Same, v. 3: 2d-class mail matter, pneumatic-tube serv- 
ice, etc. 


4039 


11 




do 


109-160 

rii2 


Except 112, in serial no. 4040; 138, in serial no. 4041. 
Taft Philippine Commission reports, 1900. 
T,ands held for ecclesiastical purposes in the Philip- 
pines. 


4040 


12 


.... 


do 


[190 












4041 


13 




do 


138 


Patent Office, 1900. 


4042 


14 





do 


161-204 


Except 190, in serial no. 4040. 




15 


.... 


do 

do 


205 


See serial no. 4125. 


4043 


J206-218, 220-228, 
1 233,234,238. 


[Except 222 and 223, in serial no. 4176. 


4044 


16 




do 


219 


Daughters of the American Revolution, 1899 and 1900, 


4045 


17 




do .. .. 


229 


3d. 
Legislative history of general staff of Army, 1775-1901. 
Eulogies: C. K. Davis and J. H. Gear. 


4046 


18 




do 


230,236 


4047 


19 





do 


231,pt.l 


Reports of Committee on Foreign Relations, 1789-1901, 
V. 1: Claims of U. S. citizens against foreign govern- 
ments. 


4048 


20 





do 


231,pt.2 


Same, v. 2: La Abra Silver Mining Company. 


4049 


21 


.... 


do 


231,pt.3 


Same, v. 3: Claims, miscellaneous. 


4050 


22 


.... 


do 


231, pt. 4 


Same, v. 4: International exhibitions and conferences, 
cables, canals, foreign commerce, tariff, etc. 


4061 


23 




do 


231,pt.5 


Same, v. 5: Foreign trade, commerce, tariffs; boundary 
and fishery disputes. 



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Document no. 



Notes 



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H.docs 

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231,pt.6 

23l,pt.7 

231,pt.8 

232 

232 

232 

232 

232 

232 

235 

237 

1337,pts. 3-(5. 



1676-2019. 
2020-2322. 

2043 

2323-2496. 



2 

2 



Same, v. 6: Diplomatic relations; Hawaiian Islandsl 
Same, v. 7: Affairs in Cuba, etc. 
Same, v. 8: Treaties and legislation respecting them. 
Commissioner-general to Paris Exposition, 1900, v. 1. 
Same, v. 2. 
Same, v. 3. 
Same, v. 4. 
Same, v. 5. 
Same, v. 6. 

Appropriations, new offices, etc. 
Senate manual. 

Nicaragua Canal, Pts. 1 and 2, docs, of the 1st sess. 
are reprinted with other docs, and rps. here in pt. 4. 

Except 2048, in serial no. 4066. 

Oleomargarine and other imitation dairy products. 

2381 is River and harbor bill. 

Message and Foreign relations, 1900. 

War, 1900: Secretary and miscellaneous. 

Same: Chiefs of bureaus. 

Same: Lieutenant-general commanding Army, pt. 1, 

Miscellaneous. 
Same: Lieutenant-general commanding Army, pt. 2, 

Department of Habana, and Division of the Philip- 



Same: Lieutenant-general commanding Army, pt. 3, 

Division of the Philippines. 
Same: Lieutenant-general commanding Army, pt. 4, 

Military operations in the Philippines. 
Same: Lieutenant-general commanding Army, pt. 5, 

Military operations in the Philippines. 
Same: Lieutenant-general commanding Army, pt. 6, 

Military operations in the Philippines. 
Same: Lieutenant-general commanding Army, pt. 7, 

Military operations in China. 
Same: Civil affairs in the Philippines. 
Same: Civil affairs in Cuba, v. 1, pt. 1. 
Same: Civil affairs in Cuba, v. 1, pt. 2. 
Same: Civil affairs in Cuba, v. 1, pt. 3. 
Same: Civil affairs in Cuba, v. 1, pt. 4. 
Civil affairs in Cuba, v. 2, pt. 1. 
Civil affairs in Cuba, v. 2, pt. 2. 
Same: Civil affairs in Cuba, v. 2, pt. 3. 
Same: Civil affairs in Cuba, v. 2, pt. 4. 
Civil affairs in Porto Rico. 
Engineers, pt, 1. 
Same: Engineers, pt. 2. 
Same: Engineers, pt. 3. 
Same: Engineers, pt. 4. 
Same: Engineers, pt. 5. 
Same: Engineers, pt. 6. 
Same: Engineers, pt. 7. 
Same: Engineers, pt. 8. 



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4098 
4099 
4100 
4101 
4102 

4103 

4104 

V #4106 

V # 4106 

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#4113 


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V 


^4114 


40 




4115 


41 



4116 



4117 



4118 



4119 





4120 


46 




4121 


47 


X 


#4122 


48 


X 


#4123 


49 




4124 


50 



4125 

• 4126 
4127 
4128 
4129 



42 



43 



4180 


56 


4181 


57 


4182 


68 


4138 


69 


4184 


60 


4135 


61 


4186 


62 


4137 


63 



Series 



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5 

5 

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171,335. 
368,466. 



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13 

13 

14 

15,pts. 1-6.. 

15,pts. 7-12. 

16 

17 

18 

19-75 

76-121 



Notes 



81,259 

[106,484-488,530- 
[ 634,663,554. 



Same: Ordnance. 

Navy, 1900. 

Post-Office, 1900. 

Interior, 1900: Secretary and Public lands. 

Same: Indian affairs, report of commissioner. 

Same: Indian affairs, Five Civilized Tribes Commis- 
sion, etc. 

Same: Miscellaneous, pt. 1, Bureau officers, etc. 

Same: Miscellaneous, pt. 2, Governorsof Territories, etc. 

Same: Geological Survey, pt. 1, Director's report, etc. 

Same: Geological Survey, pt, 2, General geology, eco- 
nomic geology, Alaska. 

Same: Geological Survey, pt. 3, General geology, ore and 
phosphate deposits, Philippines. 

Same: Geological Survey, pt. 4, Hydrography. 

Same: Geological Survey, pt. 5^^ Forest reserves, text. 

Same: Geological Survey, pt. 5, Forest reserves, atlas. 

Same: Geological Survey, pt. 6, Mineral resources, 1899. 

Same: Geological Survey, pt. 6, Mineral resources, 1899, 
continued. 

Same: Geological Survey, pt. 7, Black and Grand prai- 
rie^ Tex. 

Same: Education, v. 1. • 

Same: Education, v. 2. 

Agriculture report, 1900; Agriculture expenditures, 1900. 

Report on agricultural experiment stations, 1900. 

Agriculture in Porto Rico; Agriculture in Alaska, 1900. 

Agriculture in Hawaii; Use of water in irrigation. 

f District of Columbia, 1900, v. 1: Commissioners, etc. 

[Same, v. 2: Engineer Department. 

I Same, v. 3: Health Department. 
Same, v. 4: Public schools. 
Treasury (Finances) 1900. 
Justice (Attorney-General) 1900. 
Comptroller of Currency, 1900, v. 1. 
Same, v. 2. 

Internal Revenue Commissioner, 1900. 
Estimates of appropriations, 1902. 
Receipts and expenditures, 1900. 
Also S. doc. 205. Both are deficiency estimates. 
Commerce and navigation, 1900, v. 1, 
Same, v. 2. 

Navigation Bureaix, Treasury Dept., 1900. 
Monthly summary of commerce and finance, July-Dec. 

1900. 
Same, Jan.-June, 1901. 

32d annual list of merchant vessels of U. S., 1900. 
American ephemeris and nautical almanac, 1901, 2d ed. 
House manual. 
Except 29, in serial no. 4116. 
Except 80, in serial no. 4125; 81, in serial no. 4136; 106, 

in serial no. 4137. 
National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, 1900. 



^4 



Water-supply and irrigation papers, 40-52. 



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67 





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123-150 

14Q 

290, 3 pis. . . 
240, 4pts... 
527, 4pts... 
556, 4 pts. . . 

543 

141,496,644,557 

550 

149 

149 

149 

151-180, 182-228 
181,pts. 1, 3... 
181, pt. 2 

323 

356, pts. 1-6... 
356, pts. 7-12.. 

190 

229-354 



239 

241,291 

242 

275 

314 

542 

315, 6 pts 

355^379,381-482 

380 

380 

475 

483,489-493.... 
497-^06,508.... 
511,515 

494 

495 

507 

509 



Notes 



Except 140, in serial no. 4139; 141, in serial no. 4144; 

149, In serial nos. 4146-4147. 
Special consular reports, v. 16, supplement: Tarifls of 

Chile and Nicaragua. See, for v. 16, serial nos. 3779- 

3781. 
Same, v. 22, pts. 1-3: Acetic acid, Mineral-waters, Stoves. 
Consular reports, v. 65, nos. 244-247. 
Same, v. 66, nos. 248-251. 
Same, v. 67, nos. 252-255. 

Index to monthly consular rps. v. 55-63, nos. 204-239. 
Exports declared, quarters ended June, Sept., Dec. 1900, 

and Mar. 1901. 
Same, fiscal year ended June 30, 1900. 
Deep Waterways Board rejwrt, pt. 1. 
Same, pt. 2. 
Same, atlas. 

Except 171, in serial no. 4117; 190, in serial no. 4154. 
American Republics Bureau report, 1900; Mexico. 
American Republics Bureau, Monthly bulletin, v. 8, 

nos. 1-6, Jan.-Jvme, 1900. 
Same, v. 9, nos. 1-6, July-Dec. 1900. 
Same, v. 10, nos. l-Oj Jan.-June, 1901. 
Same, v. 11, nos. 1-6, July-Dec. 1901. 
Tests of metals, 1900. 
Except 239, in serial no. 4156; 240, in serial no. U40; 

241, in serial no. 4157; 242, in serial no. 4158; 259, in 

serial no. 4136; 275, in serial no. 4159; 290, in serial no. 

4139; 291, in serial no. 4157; 814, in serial no. 4160; 

315, in serial no. 4162; 823, in serial no. 4151; 335, in 

serial no. 4117; 336, in serial no. 4116; 352, in serial no. 

4125. 
Mint Bureau, production of precious metals, 1899. 
Army register, 1901; Navy register, 1901. 
Naval Observatory publications, 2d series, v. 1. 
Interstate Commerce Commission, 1900, 14th. 
Naval war records, series 1, v. 11. 
Same, v. 12. 

Labor Department bulletins, v. 6, nos. 32-3, . 
Except 856, in serial nos. 4152-4153; 368, in serial na 

4117; 466. in serial no. 4117; 475, in serial no. 4166. 
Commercial relations, 1900, v. 1. 
Same, v. 2. 

Statistical abstract, 1900. 
489 is Penal codes; 490 is Cost of crime. 

Cniise of revenue cutter Bear, 1897-98; Tennessee Cen- 
tennial Exposition, 1897. 

Industrial Commission reports, v. 6: Distribution of 
farm products. 

Same, v. 7: Capital and labor in manufactures and 
general business. See, for v. 1-^, 8-19, serial nos. 3990- 
3992 and 4338-4349. 

Agricultural experiment stations in U. S. 

lasuiar cases in Supreme Court. 



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Series 


Document no. 


4172 


98 

99 
100 
101 
102 

103 
104 
105 
106 

107 
108 

109 
110 

111 
112 
113 
114 
115 
116 

117 
118 
119 
120 
121 
122 
123 

124 

125 
126 
127 
128 
129 
130 
131 
132 
132 
132 
132 
133 

134 
135 
136 

137 

1 


; 


H. docs 

do 

do 

do 

do 


510 


4173 


512 


4174 


513 


^M» 4175 


514 


4176 


516 


4177 


[11 

2 

3 

4 


do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do....... 

H. reports... 


517 


4178 


518 


4179 


519 


4180 
4181 


520-525 

526 


w • 4182 


528 


^ •4188 
4184 


528 


629. 


4185 


529 


4186 


629 


4187 

4188 
4189 
4190 


635,536 

537,pt. 1 

637, pt. 2 

538 


4191 


638. . 


4192 


639 


4193 


539... . 


4194 


640 


4195 


540 


'^ 4197 


641 


545 




f646 


4198 


1547.. 


4199 


548 


4200 


548 


4201 


649 


4202 


651 


4203 


651 


4204 


551 .... 


4205 


551 


42061 


551 


4206 2 


551 


42063 


651 


42064 


551 


4207 


652 


4208 


555 


4209 


658 


4210 


559 


4211 


660 


4212 


2007-2321 



Notes 



Digest of contested election cases, lst-56th Congresses, 

1789-1901. 
Official opinions of Attorneys-General, v. 22. 
House calendars, Mar. 4, 1901. 
Atlas of Chickamauga, Chattanooga, and vicinity. 
List of maps of America in Library of Congress. Con- 
tains also S. doc. 222, List of books on Porto Rico, and 

S. doc. 223, List of books on Danish West Indies. 
Weather Bureau, 1900. 
Patent decisions, 1900. 
Agriculture Yearbook, 1900. 
Eulogies: J. H. Hoffecker, F. G. Clarke, W. D. Daly, 

A. D. Shaw, R. A. Wise, A. C. Harmer. 
Field operations of Division of Soils, 1900. 
Labor Department, 15th annual report, 1900: Wages in 

commercial countries, v. 1. 
Same, v. 2. 
Documentary history of Constitution of U. S., 1786-1870, 

V. 1. 
Same, v. 2. 
Same, v. 3. 

Geological Survey bulletins 177, 178. 
Smithsonian Institution, 1900 [pt. 1]. 
Same [pt. 2]: National Musevun. 
Digest of decisions relating to Indian affairs (Murchison), 

V. 1. 
Same, v. 2. Not to be issued. 
Ethnology report, 1898, 19th, pt. 1. 
Same, pt. 2. 

Fish Commission Bulletin, 1900, pt. 1. 
Same, pt. 2. 

Fish Commission report, 1900. 
Military laws of United States. 
Geology of Copper River district, Alaska. 
Reconnaissance in Cape Nome and Norton Bay regions, 

1900. 
American Historical Association, 1900, v. 1. 
Same, v. 2: Public Archives Commission, 1st report. 
Animal Industry Bureau report, 1900, 17th. 
Digest of international law (Moore), v. 1. 
Same, v. 2. 
Same, v. 3. 
Same, v. 4. 
Same, v. 6. 
Same, v. 6. 
Same, v. 7. 
Same, v. 8: Index. 
Celebration of 100th anniversary of establishment of seat 

of Government in District of Columbia. 
Civil Service Commission, 1900. 
Rebellion records, general index. 
Document catalogue, v. 5, 56th Congress, July 1, 1899- 

Jime 30, 1901. 
Document index, 66th Congress, 2d session. 



125 



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t 


1 


Series 


Document no. 


Notes 


ttlS 

4Mb 
«il6 
4117 


2 
3 

4 
6 
6 




H. reports . . . 
do 


2322-2700 

270I-«)06 

2768, pts. 1,2.. 

2768, pt. 3 

2768, pt. 4 


Except 2768, In serial nos. 4216-4217. 
Haring at MlUtary Academy. 
Same. 
Same. 


.... 


do 

do 

do 











67tli CONGRESS, SPECIAL SESSION SENATE 

Mar. 4-9. 1901 



S. journal. 
S. doc 



See serial no. 4028, p. 279. 

Pri\ileges of officers in naval service promoted from 
ranks. See serial no. 4220. 



57tli CONGRESS, 1st SESSION 

Dec. 2, 1901— July 1, 1902 



4218 






S. journal . . 






4219 


1 




S. docs 


1 


Secretary of Senate, 1901. 


4220 


2 




do 


2, 3, 5-19, 21- 
34,3&-49,51- 
53,55-61. 


Il9 is Government Printing Office, 1901. Contains also 
doc. 1, special session Senate. 


4221 


3 




do 


4,3pts 


Congressional directory, 3 editions. 


4222 


4 




. ..do 


20 


Astrophysical Observatory, work, etc., 1891-1901. 
Library of Congress, report 1901, and Manual. 
Coast and Geodetic Survey, 1901. 
Isthmian Canal Commission, 1899-1901. 


4223 


5 




do 


35 


4224 


6 




do 


50 


M^-^o 


7 




do 


54,2ptS 


mAoam 


8 




do 


f62-66, 69-78, 
1 '80^,85-97. 


1 67 omitted, same as app. to H. doc. 1 ; see serial no. 4268. 
J 62 is Whaling and sealing claims against Russia. 


r48zo 




J227 


9 




do 


68,2pts 


Criminal and Penal Laws Commission, 1901. 


4228 


10 




do 


79 


Governor of Porto Rico, 1st annual report, 1901. 
Southern Appalachian region. 

98 is Keindeer in Alaska, 1901; 103 is American Instrao- 
tors of the Deaf, 1901. 


4229 


11 




.do 


84. . . 


4280 


12 




do 


98-133 












4231 


13 




do 


134-170 


Except 151, in serial no. 4232. 


4232 


14 




do 


151 


Patent Office, 1901. 




jl71 


Correspondence relating to Philippine tariff. 
Charges of cruelty in the PhiUppines. 


4288 


15 




do 


l205,2pts 


4284 


16 




do 


172-222 


Except 205, in serial no. 4233. 


4285 


17 




do 


223-268 


Except 233, in serial no. 4236; 258, in serial no. 4238. 
223 is Oleomargarine and other imitation dairy prod- 
ucts. 

National Academy of Sciences memoirs, v. 8, no. 6. 

Same, v. 8, no. 7: West Indian madreporian polyps. 

Hearings on interoceanic canal. 

Leprpsy in United States; etc. 

Gazetteer of Philippine Islands. 

Except 331 , in serial nos. 4242-4244. 

Hearings on affairs in Philippine Islands. 

Same. 


4286 


18 


1 


do 


233 


4287 


18 


? 


do 


450 


4288 


19 




do 


253,3pts 

269-279,281-303. 
280. . 


4289 


?0 




do 


4240 


■ 21 




do.... 


4241 


22 




. do 


304-342 


4242 


23 




do . . 


331,pt. 1 

331, pt. 2 


4243 


24 




do 


4244 


25 




do 


331,pt.3 


Same. 



126 



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m 



4245 
4246 
4247 

4248 
4249 
'4250 
4251 



4252 



4254 
4255 
4256 
4257 
4258 
4259 
4260 
4261 
4262 
4263 
4264 
4265 
4266 
4267 

4268 

4269 
4270 
4271 
4272 

4273 

4274 

4275 

«4276 
4277 
4278 
4279 
4280 
4281 



4284 

4285 
4286 

4287 
4288 
4289 
4290 



27 



31 



Series 



S. docs. 

do. 

do. 

....do. 
....do. 

do. 

....do. 
do. 



do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

S. reports. 
....do.... 
....do.... 
....do.... 
....do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

....do.... 
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do.... 

H. journal. 



H. docs. 

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do.. 

do.. 

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.....do.. 

....do.. 

do.. 



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Document no. 



343^06. 

356 

407-434. 



411 

435-446,448. 

447 

449 

450 

451 

452 



452 

453 

1 

2-334 

166 

335-558. . . 
559-919... 
920-1180.- 
1181-1616. 
1617-1930. 
1931-2126. 
776, 2 pts. 
1075 



l,pt. 1. 
l,pt. 2- 

2 

2 

2 

2 



2-... 



2-.. 



Notes 



Except 356, in serial no. 4246. 

Irrigation investigations in California. 

Except 411, in serial no. 4248; 426, in serial no. 4308. 

412 is Missouri troops in Civil War. 
Consulates and consular agencies. 
448 is Revenues and expenditures in Cuba. 
Daughters of the American Revolution, 1901. 
Appropriations, new offices, etc. 
See serial no. 4237. 
Eulogies: James H. Kyle. 
Treaties, laws, etc., relating to Indian affairs (Kappler), 

v. 1. 
Same, v. 2. 

Gettysburg National Park Commission, 1893-1901. 
Interoceanic canals. 
Except 166, in serial no. 4258. 
Improvement of park system of District of Columbia. 

Except 776, in serial no. 4265. 
Except 1075, in serial no. 4266. 



Chinese exclusion. 
River and harbor .bill. 

Message and Foreign relations, 1901. 

Same, appendix: Affairs in China. 

War, 1901: Secretary and miscellaneous. 

Same: Chiefs of bureaus. 

Same: Lieutenant-general, pt. 1, Miscellaneous. 

Same: Lieutenant-general, pt. 2, Division of Philip- 



Same: Lieutenant-general, pt. 3, Military operations in 
Luzon. 

Same: Lieutenant-general, pt. 4, Military operations in 
Visayas, Mindanao and Jolo, and China. 

Same: Lieutenant-general, pt. 5, Division of Philippines, 
supplementary. 

Same: Report of Philippine Commission, pt. 1. 

Same: Report of Philippine Commission, pt. 2. 

Same: Public laws passed by Philippine Commission. 

Same: Engineers, pt. 1. 

Same: Engineers, pt. 2. 

Same: Engineers, pt. 3. 

Same: Engineers, pt. 4. 

Same: Engineers, pt. 5. 

Same: Engineers, supplement, Mississippi River Com- 
mission and Missouri River Commission. 

Same: Ordnance. 

Navy, 1901, pt. 1, 

Same, pt. 2. 

Post-Office, 1901. 

Interior, 1901: Secretary and Public lands. 

Same: Indian affairs, pt. l. Report of commissioner. 



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Series 



Document no. 



Notes 



4826 
•4327 



4829 



35 



37 



40 



H.docs. 

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....do.. 
....do.. 



....do. 
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.do. 

.do. 
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.do. 

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6,29,334. 



8 

9 

10 

11... , 

12 

12 

35 

61,244,588.. 

13 

13 

14 

15,pts. 1-3. 



15,pts. 4-6... 
15,ptS. 7-9... 
16, pts. 10-12. 

16 

17 

18 

19 

19 

20 

21-38,40 

43-49,51,62... 

63,65-136 

39,137 

41 

64 

42,353,525,683 

639 

50,176,336.... 

52 

53-60,481-484. 
684-692 



Same: Indian affairs, pt. 2, Fire Civilized Tribes Com- 
mission, etc. 

Same: Miscellaneous, pt. 1, Bureau officers, etc. 

Same: Miscellaneous, pt. 2, Governors of Territories, etc. 

Same: Miscellaneous, pt. 3, Governor of New Mexico. 

Same: Geological Survey, 1901, pt. 1, Director's report, 
and Asphalt and bituminous rock deposits. 

Same: Geological Survey, pt. 2, Ore deposits. 

Same: Geological Survey, pt. 3, Coal, oil, cement. 

Same: Geological Survey, pt. 4, Hydrography. 

Same: Education, v. 1. 

Same: Education, v. 2. 

Agriculture, 1901: Agriculture expenditures, 1901; Ex- 
periment Stations Office, 1901. 

District of Columbia, 1901, v. 1: Commissioners, etc. 

Same, v. 2: Engineer Department. 

Same, v. 3: Health Department. 

Same, v. 4: Education Board. 

Treasury (Finances) 1901. 

Justice (Attorney-General) 1901. 

Comptroller of Currency, 1901, v. 1. 

Same, v. 2. 

Internal Revenue Commissioner, 1901. 

Estimates of appropriations, 1903. 

Receipts and expenditures, 1901 . 

Also S. doc. 426. All are deficiency estimates. 

Commerce and navigation, 1901, v. 1. 

Same, v. 2. 

Navigation Bureau, Treasury Dept., 1901. 

Monthly summary of commerce and finance, July-Sept. 
1901. 

Same, Oct.-Dec. 1901. 

Same, Jan.-Mar. 1902. 

Same, Apr.- June, 1902. 

33d annual list of merchant vessels of U. S., 1901. 

Mineral resources, 1900. 

Labor Dept., 16th annual rp., 1901: Strikes and lockouts. 

Weather Bureau, 1901, v. 1: Rp. and meteorological 
tables. 

Same, v. 2: Barometry. 

American ephemeris and nautical almanac, 1902, 2d ed. 

Except 29, in serial no. 4301; 85, in serial no. 4308. 

61 is in serial no. 4308. 

Except 88, in serial no. 4330. 

National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, 1901. 

Journals of 1st Legislative Assembly of Porto Rico, 
1900-01. 

Report of Auditor of Porto Rico, 1901. 

Exports declared, quarters ended June, Sept., Dec. 
1901, and Mar. 1902. 

Same, fiscal year ended June 30, 1901. 

Surveys of Tennessee, Kissimmee, and Ohio rivers. 

Commission to Revise and Compile Laws of Porto Rico. 

Water-supply and irrigation papers 53-64. 

Same, 65-73. 



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QQ 



4330 
4831 



4884 



4387 



4888 





4840 


73 




4841 


74 




4842 


75 


^ 


• 4848 


76 


^ 


• 4844 


77 



4845 
4846 
4347 

4848 
4849 
4350 
,4351 
4852 
^4858 
4354 
4855 



4357 
4358 



• 4359 

• 4360 



4361 



4862 



70 



71 



72 



87 



94 



95 



Series 



H. docs. 

do.. 

do.. 

do.. 

do.. 

....do.. 

do.. 

....do.. 



.do 



.do... 

.do... 
.do... 
.do... 
.do... 

.do... 





do 




do 




do 




do 




do 




do 




do 




do 




do 




do 




do 




do 




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do 




do 




do 



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Document no. 



138-167 

145 

152, 4pts 

553, 4 pts 

710,4pts 

708,pt.l , 

708, pt. 2 

168-175,188-372 



177 

178 

179 

180 

181 

182 

183 

184 

185 

186 

187 

380 

2.50, 704 

275 

283 

681 

305 

306, pts. 1-6.. 

306, pts. 7-12. 
557 

310 

320 

320 

373-376,378-429 
431-460, 476- 
480, 486-567. 

377, 6 pts 



Notes 



House manual. 

Except 145, in serial no. 4332, and 152, in serial no. 4333. 

Statistical abstract, 1901. 

Consular reports, v. 68, nos. 256-259. 

Same, v. 69, nos. 260-263. 

Same, v. 70, nos. 264-267. 

Special consular reports, v. 23, pt. 1: Gas and oil en- 
gines. 

Same, pt. 2: Silver and plated ware. 

Except 244, in serial no. 4308; 250, in serial no 4350; 
275, in serial no. 4351; 283, in serial no. 4352; 305, in 
serial no. 4354; 306, in serial nos. 4355-4356; 310, in 
serial no. 4358; 320, in serial nos. 4359-4360; 334, in 
serial no. 4301; 336, in serial no. 4326; 353, in serial no. 
4325. 

Industrial Commission reports, v. 8: Chicago labor dis- 
putes of 1900. See, for v. 1-7, serial- nos. 3990-3992, 
4168,4169. 

Same, v. 9: Transportation, 2d report. See, for 1st 
report, serial no. 3992. 

Same, v. 10: Agriculture and agricultural labor. 

Same, v. 11: Agriculture and taxation, etc. 

Same, v. 12: Capital and labor in mining industry. 

Same, v. 13: Trusts and industrial combinations, 2d re- 
port. See, for 1st report, serial no. 3990. 

Same, v. 14: Capital and labor in manufactures and gen- 
eral business, 2d report. See, for 1st report, serial no. 
4169. 

Same, v. 15: Immigration; Education. 

Same, v. 16: Foreign labor laws. 

Same, v. 17: Labor organizations, disputes, and arbitra- 
tion; Railway labor. 

Same, v. 18: Industrial combinations in Europe. 

Same, v. 19: Final report. 

Navy register, 1902; Army register, 1902. 

Mint Bureau, production of precious metals, 1900. 

Naval war records, series 1, v. 13. 

Same, series 1, v. 14. 

Interstate Conmieree Commission, 1901, 15th. 

American Republics Bureau, Monthly bulletin, v. 12, 
nos. 1-6, Jan.-June, 1902. 

Same, v. 13, nos. 1-0, July-Dec. 1902. 

American Republics Bm-eau report, 1901, with sketch 
of Brazil and reports on coffee. 

Geological Survey monographs, v. 41: Glacial and 
drainage features of Erie and Ohio basins. 

Commercial relations, 1901, v. 1. 

Same, v. 2. 

[Except 380, in serial no. 4349; 508, in serial no. 4372; 

j 510, in serial nos. 4373-4374; 525, in serial no. 4325; 

I 535, in serial no. 4375; 537, in serial no. 4376; 553, in 

i serial no. 4334; 557, in serial no. 4357. 

Labor Department bulletins, v. 7, nos. 38-43. 

Naval Observatory publications, 2d series, v. 2. 



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Notes 


wmin 


97 
98 
99 
100 
101 
102 
103 
104 
105 
106 

107 
108 
109 

110 

111 
112 
113 
114 
115 
116 
117 
118 
119 
120 
121 
122 
123 

124 
125 
126 
127 
128 
129 

130 
131 

1 
2 

3 

4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 


.... 


H. docs 

do 


461 


Geological Survey bulletin 179. 






MSBK 


462-466 

467-469 

470,471 

472-475 

635,693-701.... 
485 


Same, 180-184. 


M67 




do 

do 


Same, 185-187. 
Same, 188, 189. 


4t68 




,do 


Same, 190-193. 


4M» 

4t70 


.... 

.... 


do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

d« 

do 

do 

11. reports-... 
do.... 


Same, 194-203. 

Schley Court of Inquiry, v. 1. 

Same, v. 2. 


t 4871 


485. . . : 


f878 


608 


Tests of metals, 1901. 


l|78 


510 




|8i74 


510 . 


sion, V. 1. 
Same, v. 2. 


1875 


535 


Hearings on reciprocity with Cuba. 

Transport service bet. San Francisco and Philippine Is. 
f Except 588, hi serial no. 4308; 685, in serial no. 4369; 
f 689, in serial no. 4325; 6o5, m serial no. 4384; 661, in 
serial no. 4385. 

Patent decisions, 1901. 


1876 

J 

1877 

4878 


537,2pts 

f568-593,595-617, 
1 619,623-679. 

594 


4879 


618 


Sites for military posts and camp grounds. 
Calendar of correspondence of James Monroe. 
Calendar of correspondence of James Madison. 
Calendar of correspondence of Thomas Jefferson, pt. 1. 
Same, pt. 2. 

Field operations of Bureau of Soils, 1901. 
Agriculture Yearbook, 1901 . 


4380 


620 


4»81 


621 


488-2 
4383 
4384 


622, pt. 1 

622, pt. 2 

655 


•438o 


661 


4386 


680.. . 


Calendars of House, July 1, 1902. 

Animal Industry Bureau report, 1901, 18th. 

American Historical Association, 1901, v. 1. 


438; 


682 


►4888 


702 


»4389 


702 


Same, v. 2. 


43UO 


703 


Civil Service Commission, 1901. 




704 


See serial no. 4350 


14891 


705 


Fish Commission report, 1901. 
Fish Commission Bulletin, 1901. 


4892 


706 


4898 

4394 
4895 


707,pt. 1 

707, pt. 2 

709 


Smithsonian Institution, 1901 [pt. 1]. 

Same [pt. 2]: National Museum. 

Ethnology report, 1899, 20th. 

Eulogies: A. J. Cummings, Marriott Brosius, J. W. 

Stokes, P. J. Otey, R. E. Burke, R. K. Polk. 
Official opinions of Attorneys-General, v. 23. 
Document index, 57th Congress, 1st session. 


4896 
4897 


711-716 

717 


4398 


718 


4899 


1-188 


4400 


189-416 

417-738 

739-1093 

1094-1422. ....'. 

1423-1729 

1730-2081 

2082-2443 

2444-2750 


189, Stores and supplies claims under Bowman act, has 
appended reprints of many docs, of previous Con- 
gresses. 


4401 




do 


4402 




do 




4408 
4401 




do 

do. 




4405 
4406 




do 

.. .do 




4407 




do 













82452°— 11 9 



130 



57tli CONGRESS, 2(i SESSION 
Dec. 1, 1902— Mar. 4, 1903 



■3 . 



Docurnent no. 



Notes 



4408 

4409 
4410 
4411 
4412 
4413 
4414 
4415 

4416 

4417 

4418 

4419 



4420 
4421 
4422 
4423 
4424 

4425 
4426 
4427 

4428 

4429 
4480 



• 4431 
4432 



4434 



4437 
•4438 
4439 
4440 
4441 

4442 
4443 



S. journal . 



H. journal. 
S. reports. 
....do.... 

do.... 

H. reports. 
....do.... 
....do.... 



S. docs. 
...'..do. 



.do. 



.do. 



.do. 
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2127-2544. 
2545-2944. 
2945-3318. 
2751-3157. 
315&-3511. 
3512-3919. 

1 

5 



2,3.7-34. 



4, 2 pts. 
35 



109. 



180 

36-61,03-69. 

62 

70-73, 75-97. 

74 

98-145 



104. 
124. 
141. 



146-188. 



147 

189-220- 



210. 
219. 



221. 



222 

223 

224 

225,226. 

227 

197 



Contains also proceedings special session Senate, 58th 
Cong., Mar. 5-19, 1903, p. 257. 



Secretary of Senate, 1902. 

Government Printing Office, 1902. 

Library of Congress, 1902. 

Except 28, omitted because same as app. 2 to H. doc, 1, 

57th Cong. 2d sess.; see serial no. 4440. 32 is Porto 

Rico, Governor, 1902. 
Congressional directory, 2 editions. 
International Conference for Protection of Coflee Indus- 
try, 1902. 
1st International Sanitary Convention of American 

Republics, 1902. 
Customs Congress of American Republics, 1903. 
New statehood bill; etc. 
Regulation of immigration. 
84 is Safety appliances on railroads. 
Bibliography of Philippine Islands. 
Except 104, in serial no. 4425; 124, in serial no. 4426; 

141 , in serial no. 4427. 
Experiment Stations Office, 1902. 
Hydrography of American isthmus. 
Hearings on 8-hour day for laborers on Govermnent 

work. 
Except 147, in serial no. 4429; 169, in serial no. 4419; 

177, in serial no. 4474; 180, in serial no. 4419. 
Bills and debates relating to trusts, 50th-57th Congs. 
Except 197, in serial no. 4439; 210, in serial no. 4431; 

219, in serial no. 4432. 209 is Federal aid in domestic 

disturbances, 1787-1903. 
Daughters of the American Revolution, 1902. 
Eulogies: Abraham Lincoln, James A. Garfield, William 

McKinley. 
Alphabetical list of private claims before Senate, 1899- 

1903. 
Appropriations, new offices, etc. 
Coast and Geodetic Survey, 1902. 
History of Washington Monument. 
Eulogies: James McMillan and W. J. Sewell. 
Senate manual. 
Restoration of White House. 
Message and Foreign relations, 1902. 
Same, app. 1: Whaling and sealing claims against 

Russia. 
Same, app. 2: Pious fund of the Cahfornias. 
War, 1902, v, 1: Secretary and bureau chiefs. 



131 



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Series 



Document no. 



Notes 



35 



37 



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10 

10 

11 

12 

78 

125,344.. 

13 

13 

14 

15,pts.l- 



15,pts.4-6... 
15,pts.7-9... 
15, pts. 10-12. 

16 

17 

18 



Some, V. 2: Engineers, pt. 1. 
Same, v. 3: Engineers, pt. 2. 
Same, v. 4: Engineers, pt. 3. 
Same, v. 5: Engineers, pt. 4. 
Same, v. 6: Engineers, supplement, Mississippi River 

and Missouri River commissions. 
Same, v. 7: Ordnance. 
Same, V. 8: Miscelianeous. 
Same, V. 9: Lieutenant-general. 
Same, v. 10, pt. 1: Philippine Commission, 3d report, 

pt. 1. 
Same, v. 10, pt. 2: Philippine Commission, 3d report, 

pt.2. 
Same, v. 11: Acts of Philippine Commission. 
Navy, 1902, 
Post-Office, 1902. 

Interior, 1902: Secretary and Public lands. 
Same: Indian affairs, pt. 1, Conmiissioner. 
Same: Indian affairs, pt. 2, Five Civilized Tribes Com- 
mission, etc. 
Same: Miscellaneous, pt. 1, Bureau officers, etc. 
Same: Miscellaneous, pt. 2, Governors of Territories, 

etc. 
Same: Miscellaneous, pt. 3,Governor of New Mexico, etc. 
Same: Geological Survey. 
Same: Education, v. 1. 
Same: Education, v. 2. 
Agriculture, 1902. 

[Districtof Columbia, 1902, V. 1: Commissioners, etc 
jsame, v. 2: Engineer Department. 
fSame, V. 3: Health Department. 
Isame, v. 4: Education Board. 
Treasury (Finances) 1902. 
Justice (Attorney-General) 1902. 
Comptroller of Currency, 1902, v. 1. 
Same,v. 2. 

Internal Revenue Commissioner, 1902. 
Estimates of appropriations, 1904. 
Receipts and expenditures, 1902. 
Also S. doc. 177. All are deficiency estimates. 
Commerce and navigation, 1902, v. 1. 
Same, V. 2. 

Navigation Bureau, Treasury Dept., 1902. 
Monthly summary of commerce and finance, July-Sept. 

1902. 
Same, Oct.-Dec. 1902. 
Same, Jan.-Mar. 1903. 
Same, Apr.- June, 1903. 

34th annual list of merchant vessels of U. S., 1902. 
Mineral resources, 1901. 
Labor Department, 17th annual report, 1902: Trade and 

technical ed ucation . 
Weather Bureau, 1902. 
Civil Service Commission, 1902. 



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57tli CONGRESS, 2d SESSION— Continued 



¥ 


i 


I 


Series 


Document no. 


Notes 


4487 
4488 


48 
49 
50 

51 
52 

53 

54 

55 
56 

57 

58 
59 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 

74 
75 
76 

77 
78 

79 

80 
81 
82 
83 

84 
85 
86 
87 
88 
89 




H. docs 

do 


21 

22 


House manual. 

Mint Bureau, production of precious metals, 1901. 

Except 54, in serial no. 4490; 78 and 125, in serial no. 


4489 




do 


23-110, 114-153. 
54, 182 


4490 




do 


4474; 79, in serial no. 4491. 
National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, 1902. 


4491 




do 


79 


Reclamation Service, 1st report, June 17-Dec. 1, 1902. 
Exports declared, quarters ended June, Sept., Dec. 1902, 

and Mar. 1903. 
Same, fiscal year ended June 30, 1902. 
Special consular reports, v. 24: Creameries in loreign 

countries. 


4492 


.... 


...'..do 

do 


111,371,440,476. 
454 




112 


4493 


199 






do 


Same, V . 25 : Stored goods as collateral for loans. 




447 


Same, v. 26: Briquettes as fuel in foreign countries. 


4494 


113,4pts 

438,4pts 

154, 155, 157- 

198,220-251. 

156 


Consular reports, v. 71, nos. 268-271. 


4495 
4496 




do 

do 


Same, v. 72, nos. 272-275. 

1 Except 181, in serial no. 4499; 182, in serial no. 4490. 
J 154 is Auditor of Porto Rico, 1902. 

Naval war records, series 1, v. 15. 


• 4497 


.... 


do 

do 

do 

do 


• 4498 


477 


Same, v. 16. 


4499 


181 


Interstate Commerce Commission, 1902, 16th. 


4500 


200-203 

441-444 

445,475,488,489. 

490-492 

204-208, 430. .. . 

434-437 

470-472 

209-214 

215-218 

448,449 

450,451 

478-482 

219 

429 


Water-supplv and irrigation papers 74-77. 


4501 




do 


Same, 78-81. 


4502 




do 


Same, 82-85. 


4503 




do 


Same, 86-88. 


4504 




do 


Geological Survey bulletins 204-209. J 


4505 




do 


Same, 210-213. ^6" 
Same, 214-216. -^ 
Geological Survey professional papers 1-6. ' ^r' 


4506 




do 


«4507 




do 


4508 




do 


Same, 7-10. 


4509 
4510 




do 

do :. 


Same, 11, 12. 
Same, 13, 14. 


4511 




do 


Same, 15-19. 


4512 
4513 




do 

.....do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 


Geological Survey monographs, v. 42: Carboniferous 

ammonoids. 
Same, v. 43: Mesabi iron-bearing district, Minn. 


4514 


432 


Same, v. 44: Pseudoceratites of the cretaceous. 


4515 


433 


Same, v. 45: Vermilion iron-bearing district, Minn. 


» 4516 


433 


Same.v. 45, atlas. 


4517 


252 


Sale of liquors in post exchanges. 


4518 
4519 


J253-304. 306-309, 
1 311-408. 

290,392 

305 . . 


Except 290 and 392, in serial no. 4519; 335, in serial no. 
4526; 342, in serial no. 4527; 344, in serial no. 4474; 
1 355, in serial no. 4528; 370, in serial no. 4529; 371 , in 
[ serial no. 4492; 376, in serial no. 4530. 

Navy register, 1903; Army register, 1903. 


4520 




do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

.....do 

do 

do 

do 


Commercial relations, 1902, v. 1. 


4521 


305 


Same, v. 2. 


4622 

4523 
4524 
4525 
4526 


310, pts. 1-3.... 

310, pts. 4-6 

310, pts. 7-9.... 
310, pts. 10-12.. 
335 


American Republics Bureau, Monthly bulletin, v, 14, 

nos. 1-3, Jan.-Mar. 1903. 
Same, v. 14, nos. 4-6, Apr.-June, 1903. 
Same, v. 15, nos. 1-3, July-Sept. 1903. 
Same, v. 15, nos. 4-6, Oct.-Dec. 1903. 
Tests of metals, 1902. 


4527 


342 


Patent Office, 1902. 


4528 


355 


Naval Observatory publications, 2d series, v. 3. 



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Document no. 



370,5 pts. 



376 

f409-428. 

431 

452 

439 



446. 

446. 
453. 
455. 
456. 
457. 
458. 
459. 
460. 
461. 
461. 



473 

474 

483 

484, pt. 1. 
484, pt. 2. 

485 

486 

487 

493 

494 



495. 



Notes 



Labor Department bulletins, v. 8, nos. 44, 45, 47-49. 

Bulletin 46 was issued as S. doc. 6, 58th Cong, special 

session; <«e serial no. 4550. 
Statistical abstract, 1902. 
421 is List of river and harbor surveys. 
Purchase of territory of Louisiana. 
Modern prison systems. 
Index to reports of chief of engineers, 1866-1900, v. 1: 

River and harbor works, A-Mingo. 
Same, v. 2: River and harbor works, Minim-Z, etc. 
Same, v. 3: Fortifications, bridges, laws, and topical 

index. 
Historical register and dictionary of Army, 1789-1903 

(Heitman), V. 1. 
Same, V. 2. 

Memorial address on William McKinley by John Hay. 
Ethnology bulletin 25: Natick dictionary. ^ 
Same, 26: Kathlamet texts. l^S) U (? 

Same, 27: Tsimshian texts. J 

Biographical Congressional directory, 1774-1903. 
Agriculture Yearbook, 1902. 
Patent decisions, 1902. 
American Historical Association, 1902, v. 1. 
Same, v. 2. 
Eulogies: R. O. Crump, T. H. Tongue, J. N. W. Runi- 

pie, C. A. RusseU, J. M. Moody, J. L. Sheppard, J. a 

Salmon, R. C. de Graffenreid. 
Field operations of Bureau of Soils, 1902. 
Animal Industry Bureau report, 1902, 19th. 
Ethnology report, 1900, 21st. 
Smithsonian Institution, 1902 [pt. 1]. 
Same [pt. 2]: National Museum. 
Fish Commission report, 1902. 
Fish Commission Bulletin, 1902. 
Special report on diseases of horse. 
Official opinions of Attorneys-General, v. 24. 
Document catalogue, v. 6, 57th Congress, July 1, 1901- 

Jime 30, 1903. 
Document index, 57th Congress, 2d session. 



58tli CONGRESS, SPECIAL SESSION SENATE 

Mar. 6-19, 1903 









S. journal 




See serial no. 4408, p. 257. 

6, Anthracite Coal Strike Commission, is same as Labor 

Department bulletin 46. 
Congressional directory. 
Compilation of Senate election cases 1789-1903 


4ue 


1 

2 
3 

4 


.... 


S.docs 

do 


1,2,4-10,12.... 
3 


MUU»8 


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11 


4K» 


13 


Acceptance of statues of Charles Carroll and John 
Hanson. 











134 



68tli CONGRESS, 1st SESSION 

Nov. 9— Dec. 7, 1903 



Is 

02 


o 
> 


1 


Series 


Document no. 


Notes 


4560 






S. journal 






4561 










Owing to error by which the 11-line entry under Bills 
and resolutions introduced by Wm. H. Ryan, on p. 
175, was incorrectly printed under name of Gordon 
Russell, there were issued corrected copies of p. 175 
and 176. 

See serial no. 4570. 








S. reports 

H. reports.... 

S. docs 

... .do 


1-13 








1.2 


See serial no 4577. 


4662 
4563 


1 
2 

1 
2 
3 


.... 


1 

2-19,21-28 

20 


Congressional directory. 

26 is Governor of Porto Rico 1903 


4564 


.... 


do.. 

H.docs 

do 

do 


Great canals of the world. Contains also S. rp. 835, 58th 
Cong. 2d sess.. Typography of Congressional record. 

34 is Agriculture expenditures, 1903. 

House manual. 

National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, 1903. 
See, for report of inspection, H, doc. 61, 68th Cong. 2d 
sess., In serial no. 4670. 


4565 
4566 
4567 


1-4,6-45 

5 

46..... 




. 



58tli CONGRESS, 2d SESSION 
Dec. 7, 1903— Apr. 28, 1904 



4569 
4570 
4571 
4572 
4578 
4574 
4575 
4576 
4577 
4578 
4579 
4580 
4581 
4582 
4583 
4584 
4585 

4586 
4587 

4588 



4590 



S. journal. 
H. journal. 
S. reports. 
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....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

H. reports. 

....do 

....do 

....do.... 

....do 

....do 

....do 

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S. docs 

do 

do 



1-282 

283-633... 
634-1011.. 
1012-1409. 
1410-1855. 
1856-2152. 
2153-2625. 

1-384 

385-815. . . 
816-1231.. 
1232-1551. 
1552-1904. 
1905-2265. 
2266-2602. 
2603-2945. 



5.... 
2-57. 



58-120. 



121-150. 
151-181. 



1-13 belong to 1st session, 58th Congress. 
Except 835, in serial no. 4564. 



1 and 2 belong to 1st session, 58th Congress. 
Except 646, in serial no. 4585. 



Documentary history of U. S. Capitol building and 

grounds. 
Secretary of Senate, 1903. 
Government Printing Office, 1903. 
Except 4, in serial no. 4593; 5, in serial no. 4586; 10, in 

serial no. 4594. 
Except 77, in serial no. 4595; 100, in serial no. 4596; 

106, in serial no. 4597. 
Except 148, in serial no. 4598. 
Except 155, in serial no. 4599; 162, in serial nos. 4600- 

46063; 177, in serial no. 4607. 151 is Investigation of 

Post-Office Department. 



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Document no. 



Notes 



8. docsr. 



37 



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182-244. 

246-314. 
4, 3 pts. 
10 

77 



100. 
105. 

148. 
155. 

210. 
162. 
162. 
162. 
162. 
162. 
162. 
162. 
162. 
162. 
177. 
200. 
222. 

222. 
234. 
234. 
234. 
234. 
234. 
234. 
234. 
234. 

277. 
315. 
316. 
317. 
318. 
319. 

319. 



Except 200, in serial no. 4608; 210, in serial no. 4509; 

222, in serial no. 4609 ■>>; 284, in serial nus. 4til(>-4616. 
Except 277, in serial no. *il8. 
ConRressional directory, 3 editions. 
Library of Congress, 190.3. 
Les coinbattants fran^ais de la guerre am^ricaine, 

1778-83. 
Annual naval appropriation laws, 1883-1903. 
Acts, treaties, and proclamations relating to insular and 

military affairs, 1897-1903. 
Experiment Stations Office, 19a3. 
Revenue steamer Nunivalc on Yukon River statjpn, 

1899-1901. ?i^.^'h^^ '^^^^y 

Reindeer in Alaslca, 1903. 

Proceedings of Alaskan Boundary Tribunal, v. 1 and 2. 
Same, v. 3. 
Same, v, 4. 
Same, v. 5. 
Same, v. 6. 
Same, v. 7. 

Same, United States atlas. 
Same, Britishi atlas. 
Same, atlas of award. 
Patent Office, 1903. 
Coast and Geodetic Survey, 1903. 
Isthmian Canal Commission, 1899-1901, with appen* 

dixes. 
Same, atlas. 

Journal of Congress of Confederate States, v. 1. 
Same, v. 2. 
Same, v. 3. 
Same, v. 4. 
Same, v. 5. 
Same, v, 6. 
Same, v. 7. 
Not printed. The above set having been completed in 

7 V. instead of 8 v., this number is vacant. 
Daughters of the American Revolution, 1903. 
Appropriations, new offices, etc. 
Venezuelan arbitrations of 1903. 
United States and Venezuelan Claims Commission. 
Compilation of treaties in force, 1904. 
Indian affairs, laws and treaties (Kappler), 2d ed., v. 1. 

See, for 1st ed., serial nos. 4253, 4254. 
Same, v. 2. 



320 ! Unveiling of statue of William T. Sherman. 



321 

1 

2 

2 

2.... 

2 

2 

2 

2 



Eulogies: Marcus A. Ilarma. 
Message and Foreign relations, 1903. 
War, 1903, V. 1: Secretary, Chief of staff, etc. 
Same, v. 2: Armament, transportation, and supply. 
Same, v. 3: Department and division commanders. 
Same, v. 4: Military schools and colleges, etc. 
Same, v. 5: Philippine Commission, 1903, pt. 1. 
Same, v. 6: Philippine Commission, pt. 2. 
Same, v. 7: Philippine Commission, pt. 3. 



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.2^ 



> 



«4636 

•4686 
4637 
463S 
4639 

^4640 

4641 
4642 
4643 
4644 
4645 
4616 

4647 
4648 
4649 
«4650 
4651 
4652 
4653 

4654 

4655 

4656 

•4657 

•4658 

• 4659 

• 4660 



^4662 
^4663 



4665 



4666 
4667 



4669 
4670 



4671 
4672 



Series 



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10....... 

11 

12 

42 

260,652.. 
13, pt. 1. 
13, pt. 2. 
14 



14 

15,pts. 1-3.. 

15, pts. 4-6. . 
15,pts.7-9.. 
15, pts. 10-12 

16 

17-61 

62-66 

67-138 

139-256 



Notes 



Same, v. 8: Acts of Philippine Commission, July 2, 
1902-Oct. 20, 1903. 

Same, v. 9: Engineers, pt. 1. 

Same, v. 10: Engineers, pt. 2. 

Same, v. 11: Engineers, pt. 3. 

Same, v. 12: Engineers, pt. 4. 

Same, v. 13: Engineers, supplement, Mississippi River 
Commission. 

Same, v. 14: Ordnance. 

Navy, 1903. 

Post-Office, 1903. 

Interior, 1903: Secretary and Public lands. 

Same: Indian affairs, pt. 1, Commissioner. 

Same: Indian affairs, pt. 2, Five Civilized Tribes Com- 
mission, etc. 

Same: Miscellaneous, pt. 1 , Bureau officers, etc. 

Same: Miscellaneous, pt. 2, Governors of Territories, etc. 

Same: Miscellaneous, pt. 3, Governor of New Mexico. 

Same: Geological Survey. 

Same: Jlducation, v. 1. 

Same: Education, v. 2. 

Agriculture, 1903. 

(■District of Columbia, 1903, v. 1: Commissioners, etc. 
(Same, v. 2: Engineer Department. 

ISame, v. 3: Health Department. 

fSame, v. 4: Education Board. 

[Same, v. 5: Insurance Department, 1902, 2 pts. 

Treasury (Finances) 1903. 

Justice (Attorney- General) 1903. 

Comptroller of Currency, 1903, v. 1. 

Same, v. 2. 

Internal Revenue Commissioner, 1903. 

Estimates of appropriations, 1905. 

Receipts and expenditures, 1903. 

Deficiency estimates. 

Commerce and navigation, 1903, v. 1. 

Same, v. 2. 

Navigation Bureau, Commerce and Labor Dept., 1903, 
pt. 1. 

Same, pt. 2: Navigation laws. 

Monthly summary of commerce and finance, July- 
Sept. 1903. 

Same, Oct.-Dec. 1903. 

Same, Jan.-Mar. 1904. 

Same, Apr.- June, 1904. 

35th annual list of merchant vessels of U. S., 1903. 

Except 21, in serial no. 4677; 22, in serial no. 4678; 42, 
in serial no. 4661; 44, in serial no. 4683; 45, in serial no. 
4682. 

See serial no. 4684. 

Except 111, in -serial no. 4691. 138 is Auditor of Porto 
Rico, 1903. 

Except 144, in serial no. 4696; 253, in serial nos. 4697- 



137 



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4676 



47 



49 



50 



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257-382 
383-433 
434-^62 



503, 564, 567- 
674, 681-687 
696-707, 723 
756,758. 

21, 4 pts 

22, 3 pts 

650, 3 pts 

783-785 

780-788 

45 

446 

508 

732 

44 

62-66,606 

675-677 

678,679 

680,724-726... 

727-731 

771-775 , 

776-779 

Ill, 3 pts 



458, pts. 1-3.. 

458, pts. 4-6.. 
458, pts. 7-9.. 
458, pts, 10-12 

144 

253,pt. 1 

253, pts. 2,4.. 
253, pts. 3, 5, 6 

338 

343, pts. 1-3.. 
343, pts. 4-6.. 

351 

404 

750 

456,478 

521 

565 



Notes 



Except 260, in serial no. 4661; 888, in serial no. 470C; 

848, In serial nos. 4701-4702; 851, In serial no. 47a3. 
Except 404, in serial no. 4704. 383 Is Investigation of 

Post-Oince Dept. 
Except 446, in serial no. 4082; 456, In serial no. 4706; 

458, in serial nos. 4692-4695; 478, in serial no. 4706; 

608, in serial no. 4682; 621 , in serial no. 4707. 
Except 678, in serial no. 4714; 606, in serial no. 4684; 

Ml, in serial nos. 4715-4716; W4, in serial no. 4717; 

650, in serial no. 4679; 662, in serial no. 4661; 668, in 

serial no. 4718. 
Montlily consular reports, Sept.-Dec. 1903, v. 73, nos. 

276-279. 
Same, Jan.-Mar. 1904, v. 74, nos. 280-282. 
Same, Apr.-June, 1904, v. 75, nos. 283-285. 
Same, July-Sept. 1904, nos. 286-288. Volume number 

dropped. 
Same, Oct.-Dec. 1904, nos. 289-291. 
Special consular reports, v. 27: Agricultural imple* 

ments and vehicles. 
Same, v. 28: Commercial travellers. 
Same, v. 29: Macaroni wheat. 
Same, v. 30: Emigration to U. S. 
Reclamation Service, 1903. 
Geological Survey bulletins 217-222. 
Same, 223-225. 
Same, 22^6, 227. 
Same, 228-231. 
Same, 232-236. 
Same, 237-241. 
Same, 242-245. 
American Republics Bureau, pt. 1, Report, 1903; pt. 2, 

Argentine Republic; pt. 3, List of boolcs relating to 

Chile. 
American Republics Bureau, Monthly bulletin, v. 16, 

nos. 1-3, Jan.-Mar. 1904. 
Same, v. 16, nos. 4-6, Apr.-June, 1904. 
Same, v. 17, nos. 1-3, July-Sept. 1904. 
Same, v. 18, nos. 1-3, Oct.-Dec. 1904. 
Stability of international exchange, 1903. 
Interstate Commerce Commission, 1903, 17th. 
Same, 1902, 16th, appendix G, pts. 1 and 3. Not printed. 
Same, 1902, 16th, appendix G, pts. 2, 4, 5: Railways in 

U. S. in 1902. 
Public Health and Marine-Hospital Service, 1903. 
Labor Bureau bulletins, v. 9, nos. 50-52. 
Same, v. 9, nos. 53-55. 

Mint Bureau, production of precious metals, 1902. 
Naval war records, series 1, v. 17. 
Same, series 1, v. 18. 
Army register, 1904; Navy register, 1904. 
Tests of metals, 1903. 

Geological Survey monographs, v. 46: Menominee iron- 
bearing district of Michigan. 



138 



SSth CONGRESS, 2d SESSION— Continued 



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4710 
4711 
4712 
4713 
4714 
4715 
4716 
9 4717 
» 4718 
4719 
4720 
4721 
4722 
4723 
4724 
4725 
4726 
4727 
4728 
4729 
4730 
4731 
4732 
4733 
4734 
4735 
4736 

4737 
4738 
4739 

4740 

4741 

4742 

*4743 

47441 

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• 47443 

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4746 
4747 
•4748 
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4750 
4751 
4752 



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753 

566,709,710... 

711-714 

715-719 

780-782 

578 

641 

641 

644 

658 

688-691 

692-695 

735,736 

737,738 

739-742 

759-763 

764-770 

708 

720 

721 

722 

722 

733 

734 

743 

744 

745 

745 

746 

746 

747 

748, pt. 1 

748, pt. 2 

749 

751 

752 

752 

752 

754 

754 

755 

757 

757 

789 

789 

790 



Notes 



Same, v. 47: Treatise on metamorphism. 

Geological Survey professional papers, 20-22. 

Same, 23-26. 

Same, 27-31. 

Same, 32-34. 

Statistical abstract, 1903. 

Ethnology report, 1901, 22d, pt. 1. 

Same, pt. 2, 

Civil Service Commission, 1903. 

Mineral resources, 1902. 

Water-supply and irrigation papers, 89-92. 

Same, 93-96. 

Same, 97, 98. 

Same, 99, 100. 

Same, 101-104. 

Same, 105-109. 

Same, 110-116. 

Agriculture Yearbook, 1903. 

Irrigation investigations in Utah. 

Weather Bureau, 1903. 

Commercial relations, 1903, v. 1. 

Same, v. 2. 

Labor Bureau, 10th special report: Labor laws. 

Same, 11th: Regulation and restriction of output. 

Animal Industry Bureau report, 1903, 20th. 

Special report on diseases of cattle. 

American Historical Association, 1903, v. 1. 

Same, v. 2: Correspondence of French ministers to U. S., 

1791-1797. 
Field operations of Bureau of Soils, 1903. 
Same, maps. 
Labor Bureau, 18th annual report, 1903: Cost of living 

and retail prices of food. 
Smithsonian Institution, 1903 [pt. 1], 
Same [pt. 2]: National Museum. 
Patent decisions, 1903. 
Fisheries Bureau report, 1903. 
Fish Commission Bulletin, 1903, pt. 1. 
Same, pt. 2. * 

Same, pt. 3. 
Comprehensive index of Government publications, 

1881-1893 (Ames), v. 1. 
Same, v. 2. 

Life and morals of Jesus of Nazareth (Jefferson Bible). 
Typhoid fever in U. S. military camps, 1898, v. 1. 
Same, v. 2. 

Centennial of Military Academy, v. 1. 
Same, v. 2. 
Document index, 58th Congress, 1st and 2d sessions. 



139 

58tli CONGRESS, 8d SESSION 

Dec. 6, 1904^-Mar. 4, 1906 



«4757 

4758 
4759 



4700 

#4761 

4762 



Series 



S. journal. 



H. journal. 
S. reports. 
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do.. 

do.. 

do.. 

do.. 



.do. 



H. reports 

do 

do 



Doouroent no. 



2026-3080 

3081-4402(with 
exceptions). 



2755 

2755 

2755 

See "Notes 
column. 



See "Notes' 
column. 



2946-3376 

3377-3771 

3772-4904(\\ith 
exceptions). 



Notes 



Contains also special session Senate, 59th Cong., Mar. 
4-18, 1905, p. 335. 

Except 2766, in serial nos. 4757-4759. 

Reports on public bills. Contains 3081-3083, 3152, 3277, 
3278, 3330-3335, 3341, 3343, 3380, 3382-3385, 3419-3423, 
3431, 3438, 3532-3534, 3530-3540, 3561, 3563, 3565-3567, 
3569, 3571-3573, 3575, 3576, 3578, 3579, 3615, 3630-3634, 
3036-3638, 3684-3687, 3759, 3760, 3762, 3787-3792, 3794, 
3795, 3798-3804, 3810-3812, 3814, 3815, 3874, 3888-3891, 
3893, 3904-3906, 3908, 3915-3918, 3934, 4019, 4052, 4074- 
4076, 4087-4093, 4208-4210, 4229^231, 4240, 4241, 4244, 
4263, 4321, 4326, 4329, 4332-4339, 4342, 4343, 4346-4348, 
4350, 4352, 4354, 4362, 4365-4369, 4372, 4375-4379, 4381- 
4385, 4387, 4388, 4390, 4401, 4402. 4308 is River and 
harbor bill. 4397, Presentation of bust of Washing- 
ton, is in serial no. 4778. Other numbers missing from 
serial no. 4750 are for reports on private bills and on 
simple and concurrent resolutions, t which are bound 
in Senate reports, v. A, B, this session. 

Merchant Marine Conimission report, v. 1. 
V. 2. 
. V.3. 

Reports on private bills and on simple and concurrent 
resolutions, t This volume contains such reports 
from 3084 to 3706 as are omitted from serial no. 4756, 
which contains reports on public bills. 

Reports on private bills and on simple and concurrent 
resolutions, t This volume contains such rei)orts 
from 3707 to 4400 as are omitted from serial no. 4756, 
which contains reports on public bills. 



Reports on public bills. Contains 3772, 3774, 3775, 3901- 
3903, 3905, 3907, 39i4, 3950-3952, 3974-3976, 3979-3982, 
3985-3996, 3998-4001, 4003, 4005-4013, 4074, 4075, 4079, 
4082-4085, 4087-4093, 4095, 4097-4100, 4134-4142, 4151, 
4197-4200, 4202-4209, 4211, 4214-4222, 4397, 4398, 4400, 
4402-4411, 4414-4416, 4418, 4503, 4508, 4509, 4547-4552, 
4558-4563, 4570-4572, 4575-4579, 4585-4596, 4598-4602, 
4605, 4606, 4608, 4612-4622, 4624-4626, 4632-4638, 4640, 
4043-4646, 4048, 4050, 4053, 4008, 4672-4675, 4682, 4797- 
4803, 4809^812, 4815, 4821, 4824, 4825, 4830-4840, 4843- 
4847, 4849, 4852, 4853, 4855-4857, 4859-4802, 4864-4867, 
4870-4880, 4882-4885, 4887, 4889, 4890, 4893, 4894, 4890, 
4900, 4901, 4903, 4904. Numbers missing from serial 
no. 4702 are for reports on private bills and on simple 
and concurrent resolutions, t which are bound in 
House reports, v. A, B, this session. 



fThe lettered volumes contain only the reports on private bills and on. simple and concurrent resolu- 
tions ordered printed after the passage of the act of Jan. 20, 1905 (Stat. L. v. 33, pt. 1, p. 010). Under the 
E revisions of this act, the "usual number" of such reports could not be printed. These volumes can not 
e furnished to depository libraries, but copies are kept in the Senate and House libraries, the Library 
of Congress, and the Public Documents Library. 



140 



58tli CONGRESS, 3d SESSION— Continued 



X 

X 

K 



2§ 


1 




Series 


Document no. 


Notes 




A 




H. reports . . . 


See "Notes" 
column. 


Reports on private bills and en simple and concurrent 
resolutions.! This volume contains sucli reports 
from 3773 to 4318 as are omitted from serial no. 4762, 
which contains reports on public bills. 




B 




do 


See "Notes" 


Reports on private bills and on simple and concurrent 
resolutions.! This volume contains such reports 










column. 












from 4319 to 4902 as are omitted from serial no. 4762, 












which contains reports on public bills. 




1 




S. docs 


1 


Secretary of Senate, 1904. 

Government Printing Office, 1904. 

Except 44, in serial no. 4768. 61 is Reindeer in Alaska, 

1904. 
Except 119, in serial no. 4769; 128, in serial no. 4770. 

122 is Labor disturbances in Colorado, 1880-1904. 


4763 


5 


4764 


2 




do 


2,3,6-69 


4765 


3 




do 


70-157 












47C6 


4 




do 


158-192........ 


Except 187 , in serial no. 4771. 189 is Public Lands Com- 
mission, 1903-05, final report. 








4767 


5 





do 


4, 2 pts 


Congressional directory, 2 editions. 


4768 


6 




do 


44 


Naval appropriation laws, 1883-1904. 

Venezuelan arbitration before Hague Tribunal, 1903. 

Stability of international exchange, 1904. 

Man and abnormal man. 


4769 


7 




do 


119 


4770 


g 




do 


128 


4771 


9 




do 


187 


4772 


10 




do 


193 


Daughters of the American Revolution, 1904. 

Senate proceedings in impeachment of Charles Swayne. 

Appropriations, new offices, etc. 

Executive register of U. S., 1789-1902. 

Nat. Academy of Sciences memoirs, v. 9: Bombycine 

moths of North America, pt. 2. Pt. 1 is in serial no. 

3283. 
Senate manual. 


4773 


11 




do 


194 :. 


4774 


12 




do 


195 


4775 


13 




do 


196 


4776 


14 




do 


197 












4777 


15 




do 


198 


» 4778 


16 




do 


199,200 


Acceptance of statues of John J. Ingalls and Frances E. 
Willard. Contains also S. rp. 4397, Presentation of 




















bust of Washington, and H. doc. 474, Acceptance of 












statues of Sam Houston and Stephen F. Austin. 


4779 


17 




do 


201,202 


Eulogies: Geo. F. Hoar and Matthew S. Quay. 


4780 


1 




H. docs 


1 


Message and Foreign relations, 1904. 


4781 


2 




do 


2 


War, 1904, v. 1: Secretary, Chief of staff, etc. 


4782 


3 




do 


2 


Same, v. 2: Armament, transportation, and supply. 


4783 


4 




do 


2 


Same, v. 3: Division and department commanders. 


4784 


5 




do 


2 


Same, v. 4: Military schools and colleges, etc. 


4785 


6 




do 


2 


Same, v. 5: Engineers, pt. 1. 


•4786 


7 




do 


2 


Same, v. 6: Engineers, pt. 2. 


•4787 


8 




do 


2 


Same, v. 7: Engineers, pt. 3. 


•4788 


9 




do 


2 


Same, v. 8: Engineers, pt. 4. 


4789 


10 




do 


2 


Same, v. 9: Engineers, supplement, Mississippi River 
Commission. 


4790 


11 




do 


2 


Same, v. 10: Ordnance. 


#4791 


12 




do 


2 


Same, v. 11: Philippine Commission, 1904, pt. 1. 


• 4792 


13 




.....do 


2 


Same, v. 12: Philippine Commission, pt. 2. 


• 4793 


14 




do 


2 


Same, v. 13: Philippine Commission, pt. 3. 


••4794 


15 




do 


2 


Same, v. 14: Acts of Philippine Commission. 



t The lettered volumes contain only the reports on private bills and on simple and concurrent resolu- 
tions ordered printed after the passage of the act of Jan. 20, 1905 (Stat. L. v. 33, pt. 1, p. 610). Under the 
provisions of this act, the "usual number" of such reports could not be printed. These volumes can not 
be furnished to depository libraries, but copies are kept in the Senate ^id House libraries, the Library 
of Congress, and tne Public Documents Library. 



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15, pts. 1-3. 

15, pts. 4-6. 

15, pts. 7-9- 

15, pts. 10-12 

16.... 

17.... 

18.... 

19.... 

20.... 

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Notes 



105-205 

206-245 

246-327,340-381 



Navy, 1904. 

Post-Offlce, 1904. 

Interior, 1904: Secretary and Public lands. 

Same: Indian affairs, pt. 1, Commissioner. 

Same: Indian affairs, pt. 2, Five Civiiized Tribes Com- 
mission, etc. 

Same: Miscellaneous, pt. 1, Bureau officers, etc. 

Same: Miscellaneous, pt. 2, Governors of Arizona, New 
Mexico, and Oklahoma. 

Same: Miscellaneous, pt. 3, Governors of Alaska and 
Hawaii, etc. 

Same: Geological Survey. 

Same: Education, v. 1. 

Same: Education, v. 2. 

Agriculture, 1904. 

District of Columbia, 1904, v. 1: Commissioners, etc. 

Same, v. 2: Engineer Department. 

Same, v. 3: Health Department. 

Same, v. 4: Education Board. 

Same, v. 5: Insurance Department, 1903, 2 pts. 

Treasury (Finances) 1904. 

Justice (Attorney-General) 1904. 

Comptroller of Currency, 1904, v. 1. 

Same, v. 2. 

Same, v. 3. 

Internal Revenue Commissioner, 1904. 

Estimates of appropriations, 1906; Receipts and ex- 
penditures, 1904; Deficiency estimates. 

Commerce and navigation, 1904, v. 1. 

Same, v. 2. 

Navigation Bureau, Commerce and Labor Dept., 
19(H. 

Monthly summary of commerce and finance, July- 
Sept. 1904. 

Same, Ocfc.-Dec. 1904. 

Same, Jan.-Mar. 1905. 

Same, Apr.-June, 1905. 

36th annual list of merchant vessels of U. S., 1904. 

Coast and Geodetic Survey, 1904. 

Library of Congress, 1904. 

Mint Bureau, production of precious metals, 1903 

Mineral resources, 1903. 

Except 28, in serial no. 4834; 64, in serial no. 4816; 71, 
in serial no. 4835; 78 and 74, in serial no. 4836; 75, in 
serial no. 4842; 81, in serial no. 4843. 

Except 145, in serial nos. 4844-4846; 146, in serial no. 
4851; 198, in serial no. 483-5. 

Except 216, in serial no. 4852; 226 and 282, in serial no. 
4853; 2:J3, in serial no. 4854; 248, in serial no. 4836. 

Except 256, in serial no. 4855; 266, in serial no. 4856; 
267, in serial nos. 4847-4850; 287, in serial no. 4816; 
291, in serial no. 4857; 801, in serial no. 4858; 802, in 
serial no. 4854; 816, in serial no. 4837; 369, in serial no. 



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> 




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4833 

4834 
4835 

4836 

#4837 

4838 
4839 
4840 
4841 
4842 
484S 

4844 
4845 

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^4847 

4848 
4849 
4850 
4851 
4852 

4853 

4854 
4855 
4856 

4857 
4858 

4859 

4860 

^4861 

*4862 
4863 
4864 
4865 
4866 
4867 
4868 


54 

55 
56 

57 

58 

59 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 

65 
66 

67 

68 

69 
70 
71 
72 
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79 

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331-333 

334-336 

337-339 

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ri45, pt. 1 

]l45,pt.2 

[145, pt. 3 

fl45, pt. 4 

il45,pt.5 

145, pt. 6 

145, pt. 7 

145,pt.8 

267, pts. 1-3... 

267, pts. 4-(>... 
267, pts. 7-9... 
267, pts. 10-12. 
146 


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396-400 

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Notes 



Beef industry; Mexican cotton boll weevil; Sugar-cane; 

etc. 
Reclamation Service, 1904. 

National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, 1904. 
Special consular reports, v. 31: Windmills in foreign 

countries. 
Same, v. 32: Foreign markets for American fruits. 
Same, v. 33: Industrial education and conditions in 

Germany. 
Same, v. 34; Marketing goods in foreign countries. 
Same, v. 35: Warehouses in foreign covmtries. 
Same, v. 36: Foreign markets for American cotton man- 
ufactures. 
Monthly consular reports, Jan.-Mar. 1905, nos. 292-294. 
Same, Apr.-June, 1905, nos. 295-297. 
Same, July-Sept. 1905, nos. 298-300. 
Same, Oct.-Dec. 1905, nos. 301-303. 
House manual. 

Public Health and Marine-Hospital Service, 1904, 
American Republics Bureau, 1904. 
Bibliography of Paraguay. 
Handbook of Venezuela. 
Handbook of Honduras. 
Handbook of Mexico. 
Patent and trade-mark laws of American Republics 

(Spanish). 
Same (English). 
Handbook of Bolivia. 
American Republics Bureau, Monthly bulletin, v. 19, 

nos. 1-3, Jan.-Mar. 1905. 
Same, v. 20, nos. 1-3, Apr.-June, 1905. 
Same, v. 21, nos. 1-3, July-Sept. 1905. 
Same, v. 21, nos. 4-6, Oct.-Dec. 1905. 
Interstate Commerce Commission, 1904, 18th. 
Statistics upon ginning of cotton. 
Isthmian Canal Commission, Dec. 1904, 1st report. 
Philippine Commission, 1904. 
Army register, 1905; Navy register, 1905. 
Agriculture Department expenditures, 1904. 
Patent Office, 1904. 
Tests of metals, 1904. 
Labor Bureau, 12th special report: Coal-iniue labor in 

Exirope. 
Labor Bureau bulletins, v. 10, nos. 56-58. 
Same, v. 11, nos. 59-01. 
Labor Bureau, 19th annual report, 1904: Wages and 

hours of labor. 
Civil Service Commission, 1904. (/vc 36 f ''r /? 
Geological Survey bulletins 246-254. (/ 

Same, 255-259. 
Same, 260-262. 
Same, 263-268. 
Statistical abstract, 1904. 
Weather Bureau, 1904. 



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Series 


Document no. 


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4870 
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90 
91 
92 
93 
94 
95 
96 
97 
98 
99 
100 
101 
102 
103 
104 
105 
106 
107 
108 
109 
110 
111 
112 
113 

114 

115 
116 
117 

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119 
120 
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do 

do 

do 


407-109 

410,411 

412 


Geological Survey professional papers 36-37. 

Same, 38, 39. 

Commerce and Labor Department, 1904. 


4S72 


414 


Gettysburg National Park Commission, 1893-1904. 


4N78 
4874 
4875 
4876 
4877 
4878 


415-420,431.... 

432^38 

439-443 

444-451 

461-466 

421 ... 


Water-supply and Irrigation papers 117-123. 

Same, 124-130. 

Same, 131-135. 

Same, 136-143. 

Same, 144-149. 

Experiment Stations Office, 1901. 

Hearings on Interstate commerce act. 

Agriculture Yearboolc, 1904. 

Rivers and harbors, v. 1. 

Same, v. 2. 

Patent decisions, 1904. 

American Historical Association, 1904. 

Smithsonian Institution, 1904 [pt. 1]. 

Same [pt. 2]: National Museum. 

Field operations of Bureau of Soils, 1904. 




4879 


422 




4880 


424 




4881 


425 




4882 


425 




4888 


426 




4884 


429 




4886 
4886 
4887 


430,pt. 1 

430,pt.2 

458 






458 


Same, maps. 

Naval war records, series 1, v. 19. 


4889 


459 


4890 


460 


8th International Geographic Congress, 1904. 
Animal Industry Bureau report, 1904, 21st. 


4891 


467 


4892 


468-473,478.... 
474 


Eulogies: W. F. Mahony, N. P. Otis, G. W. Croft, W.W. 

Sidles, R. H. Foerderer, H. Burk, C. W. Thompson. 
See serial no. 4778. 


4898 


475 


Geological Survey monographs, v. 48: Mesozolc floras of 


4894 


475. . 


U. S., pt. 1. 
Same, pt. 2, plates. ^ 
Ethnology report, 1902, 23d. 
Ethnology bulletin 28: Mexican and Central American 

antiquities. 
Fisheries Bureau report, 1904. 
Fisheries Bureau Bulletin, 1904. 


4895 


476 


4896 


do 

do 


477 


4897 


479 


'4896 




do 

do 

do 

do 


480 


«4899 


481 


Commercial relations, 1904. 


4900 


482 


Document Index, no. 11, 58th Congress, 3d session. 


4901 


483 


Document catalogue, v. 7, o8th Congress, July 1, 1903- 






June 30, 1905. 





59tli CONGRESS, SPECIAL, SESSION SENATE 

Mar. 4-18, 1906 



S. journal. 
S. docs 



1-6. 



See serial no. 4753, p. 335. 
See serial no. 4910. 



144 

69tli CONGRESS, 1st SESSION 

Dec. 4, 1905— June 30, 1906 



■gg 



OQ 



Series 



Document no. 



Notes 



4902 
4903 
4904 



S. journal. 
H. journal. 
S. reports . 



1-2150 (with 
exceptions). 



4905 



....do. 



2153-4424(with 
exceptions). 



Reports on public bills. Contains 1, 3, 4, 6-23,25-31, 68, 
69, 107-115, 118-137, 139, 198, 209, 210, 212, 214, 215, 220- 
222, 224, 232-234, 237-256, 258, 260, 351, 370, 400-413, 415, 
416, 427-429, 435, 436, 474-476, 576, 581-,585, 594-599, 
602-^8, 648, 689, 690, 709, 710, 784-786, 797, 798, 800-810, 
816, 818-828, 837, 889, 909, 935, 957, 958, 960, 961, 972, 975, 
977, 982-988, 997-1001, 1077, 1089, 1102, 1109, 1110, 1157, 
1178, 1189, 1196-1199, 1201-1232, 1242-1246, 1270-1273, 
1281, 1294, 1387, 1388, 1403-1405, 1407, 1412, 1416-1418, 
1423-1433, 1435-1438, 1498, 1520, 1522-1524, 1566, 1569- 
1572, 1574-1577, 1583-1586, 1603, 1611, 1720-1725, 1736, 
1776, 1779-1783, 1785, 1787, 1791, 1792, 1796-1799, 1943, 
1960, 1990-1993, 1995-2004, 2150. 1242, pt. 2, Railroad 
rate legislation, views of minority, is in serial no. 5060. 
Other numbers missing from serial no. 4904 are for 
reports on private bills and on simple and concurrent 
resolutions, f which are bound in Senate reports, 
V. A-D, this session. 

Reports on public bills. Contains 2153-2155, 2176, 2178, 
2179, 2182-2187, 2192, 2193, 2210, 2297-2303, 2306, 2307, 
2366, 2369, 2376-2387, 2513-2516, 2533, 2536, 2537, 2539, 
2540, 2544, 2550, 2552-2555, 2557-2562, 2564-2567, 2572, 
2600, 2674-2679, 2720, 2722, 2724-2734, 2736, 2737, 2740, 
2742-2744, 2746-2750, 2797, 2799, 2801-2803, 2873, 2874, 
2900, 2919, 2977, 3032, 3048-3050, 3056, 3057, 3111, 3112, 
3241, 3242, 3289-3291, 3302, 3304, 3305, 3310, 3381, 3382, 
3460, 3461, 3471, 3472, 3474, 3476-3478, 3480, 3528, 3558, 
3568, 3616-3621, 3623, 3626-3633, 3635-3639, 3642-3644, 
3703-3706, 3732, 3789-3799, 3801, 3805, 3806, 3808-3810, 
3835, 3836, 3879, 3896-3898, 3910, 3911, 3920-3923, 3939, 
3960, 3963-3965, 3968, 3970-3977, 3979, 4012, 4035-4037, 
4101, 4102, 4210, 4212, 4239, 4241-4247, 4250, 4251, 4255, 
4256, 4260, 4262, 4264, 4273, 4274, 4276, 4284, 4286, 4292- 
4306, 4308, 4309, 4311, 4313, 4322, 4323, 4329-4338, 4350, 
4351, 4358, 4362-4364, 4373, 4391-4393, 4397-4402, 4415, 
4417, 4418, 4421, 4422, 4424. Numbers missing from se- 
rial no. 4905 are for reports on private bills and on 
simple, and concurrent resolutions, f which are bound 
in Senate reports, v. D-G, this session. 

Reports on private bills and on simple and concurrent 
resolutions, t This volume contains such reports 
from 2 to 685 as are omitted from serial no. 4904, which 
contains reports on public bills. 

Reports on private bills and on simple and concurrent 
resolutions, t This volume contains such reports 
from 686 to 1350 as are omitted from serial no. 4904, 
which contains reports on public bills. 

t The lettered volumes contain only the reports on private bills and on simple and concurrent resolutions. 
Under the provisions of the act of Jan. 20, 1905 (Stat. L. v. 33, pt. 1, p. 610), the "usual number" of such 
reports could not be printed. These volumes can not be furnished to depository libraries, but copies are 
kept in the Senate and House libraries, the Library of Congress, and the Public Documents Library. 



.do... 



-do 



See "Notes' 
column. 



See "Notes' 
column. 



145 



59tli CONGRESS, 1st SESSION—Continued 



4906 



4907 



Series 



8. reports. 



.do. 



.do. 



do. 



.do. 



H. reports. 



-do 



Document no. 



See "Notes' 
column. 



See "Notes" 
column. 



See "Notes" 
column. 



See "Notes" 
column. 



See "Notes" 
column. 



2-2656 (with 
exceptions). 



2657-4396 (with 
exceptions). 



/ 



Notes 



Reports on private bills and on simple and concurrent 
resolutions, t This volume contains such reports 
from 1351 to 1950 as are omitted from serial no. 4904, 
which contains reports on public bills. 

Reports on private bills and on simple and concurrent 
resolutions, t This volume contains such reports 
from 1951 to 2575 as are omitted from serial nos. 4904 
and 4905, which contain reports on public bills. 

Reports on private bills and on simple and concurrent 
resolutions, t This volume contains such reports 
from 2576 to 3180 as are omitted from serial no. 4905, 
which contains reports on public bills. 

Reports on private bills and on simple and concurrent 
resolutions, t This volume contains such reports 
from 3181 to 3780 as are omitted from serial no. 4905, 
which contains reports on public bills. 

Reports on private bills and on simple and concurrent 
resolutions, t This volume contains such reports 
from 3781 to 4429 as are omitted from serial no. 4905, 
which contains reports on public bills. Senate report 
4312, Relief of representatives of George W. Soule, was 
ordered reprinted Feb. 4, 1907, with supplemental re- 
port, making in all 67 p.; this corrected edition is not 
in the Congressional set, the original print of 44 p. 
having been included instead. 

Reports on public bills. Contains 2-4, 6, 9, 11, 20-26, 144, 
158, 159, 164, 182-186, 234-238, 241, 242, 244, 245, 291-297, 
335, 337-344, 430-432, 496, 542, 545, 579-588, 590-592, 691, 
692, 694, 695, 739, 741, 742, 744, 745, 924-927, 1056, 1057, 
1060, 1062, 1065-1068, 1105-1111, 1113-1119, 1121, 1181- 
1184, 1186-1188, 1294-1297, 1299, 133^1348, 1350, 1465- 
1482, 1549-1553, 1556-1562, 1566, 1634-1638, 1676, 1678, 
1679, 1681-1685, 1714, 1788-1794, 1825, 1834-1837, 1898- 
1901, 2112-2116, 2118-2120, 2123, 2166, 2167, 2169-2171, 
2173-2175, 2177-2179, 2181-2183, 2223-2225, 2227, 2228, 
2271-2274, 2276-2286, 2331, 2333, 2335-2339, 2341, 2343, 
2347, 2348, 2401-2406, 2467, 2469, 2471, 2474-2477, 2479, 
2481, 2482, 2484-2489, 2492-2495, 2562, 25G3, 2565, 2566, 
2648-2650, 2652-2654, 2656. Numbers missing from se- 
rial no. 4906 are for reports on private bills and on 
simple and concurrent resolutions, f which are bound 
in House reports, v. A-D, this session. 

Reports on public bills. Contains 2657-2661, 2663-2668, 
2674-2676, 2679-2681, 2737, 2739, 2741, 2743-2746, 2748- 
2751, 2753-2762, 2814, 2817-2823, 2888-2891, 2897, 289^ 
2902, 2907, 2940-2942, 2944-2951, 3013, 3015, 3019-3024, 
3158, 3159, 3161, 3162, 3165-3169, 3200, 3201, 3204-3211, 
3213, 3214, 3216, 3217, 3219, 3220, 3287-3293, 3295, 3296, 
3337, 3343, 3345, 3347-3350, 3352-3354, 3389, 3390, 3392- 
3400, 3402, 3467, 3468, 3588, 3589, 3591, 3610, 3612-3614, 
3616, 3617, 3629-3640, 3642, 3699-3705, 3707, 3710-3714, 

t The lettered volumes contain onlv the reports on private bills and on simple and concurrent resolutions. 
Under the provisions of the act of Jan. 20, 1905 (Stat. L. v. 33, pt. 1, p. 610), the "usual number" of such 
reports could not be printed. These volumes can not be furnished to depositorv libraries, but copies are 
kept in the Senate and House libraries, the Library of Congress, and the Public Documents Library. 



82452°— 11- 



-10 



146 



59tli CONGRESS, 1st SESSION— Continued 



4907 



4908 



H. reports. 



.do. 



.do. 



.do. 



do.. 



..do.. 



.do. 



.do. 



do.. 



Document no. 



2657-4396 (with 
exceptions)— 
Continued. 



4399-5096 (with 
exceptions). 



Sec "Notes' 
column. 



See "Notes' 
column. 



See "Notes' 
column. 



See "Notes' 
column. 



See "Notes' 
column. 



See ''Notes' 
column. 



See "Notes' 
column. 



Notes 



3717, 3718, 3793-3798, 3873-3875, 3924, 3926, 3927, 3929, 
3930, 3936, 3997, 4001, 4097, 4098, 4100, 4102-il05, 4107, 
4108, 4204, 4206-4210, 4214-4218, 4221, 4222, 4251, 4252, 
4256, 4257, 4261, 4263, 4264, 4206, 4267, 4269-4273, 4275, 
4339-4342, 4396. Numbers missing from serial no. 4907 
are for reports on private bills and on simple and con- 
current resolutions, f which are bound in House re- 
ports, V. D-G, this session. 

Reports on public bills. Contains 4399, 4401, 4402, 4406, 
4407, 4409, 4410, 4418-4422, 4425-4427, 4429, 4431, 4432, 
4434^437, 4439, 4441, 4443^448, 4555, 4556, 4558-4562, 
4564-4567, 4637-4655, 4658~i661, 4671, 4674-4677, 4723, 
4724, 4769, 4770, 4774, 4775, 4777, 4782, 4784, 4875-4879, 
4886-^888, 4896, 4898-4908, 4911, 4912, 4914-4917, 4919- 
4921, 4923-1938, 4940-4946, 4950, 4951, 4953-4955, 4958- 
4962, 4964-1968, 4970, 4971, 4973, 4974, 4978, 4979, 4981, 
4983, 4988, 4992-4997, 5000, 5009, 5011, 5016-5026, 5030, 
5035, 5043, 5046-5049, 5051-5054, 5050, 5060, 5061, 5065- 
5069, 5072, 5073, 5075-5077, 5082-5085, 5088-5090, 5094- 
5096. Numbers missing from serial no. 4908 are for 
reports on private bills and ou simple and concurrent 
resolutions, f which are bound in House reports, v. 
G and H, this session. 

Reports on private bills and on simple and concurrent 
resolutions.! This volume contains such reports 
from 1 to 680 as are omitted from serial no. 4906, which 
contains reports on public bills. 

Reports on private bills and on simple and concurrent 
resolutions, t This volume contains such reports 
from 681 to 1375 as are omitted from serial no. 4906, 
which contains reports on public bills. 

Reports on private bills and on simple and concurrent 
resolutions.! This volume contains such reports 
from 1376 to 2020 as are omitted from serial no. 4906, 
which contains reports on public bills. 

Reports on private bills and on simple and concurrent 
resolutions.! This volume contains such reports 
from 2021 to 2685 as are omitted from serial nos. 4906 
and 4907, which contain reports on public bills. 

Reports on private bills and on simple and concurrent 
resolutions.! This volume contains such reports 
from 2686 to 3300 as are omitted from serial no. 4907, 
which contains reports on public bills. 

Reports on private bills and on simple and concurrent 
resolutions.! This volume contains such reports 
from 3301 to 3920 as are omitted from serial no. 4907, 
which contains reports on public bills. 

Reports on private bills and on simple and concurrent 
resolutions.! This volume contains such reports 
from 3921 to 4470 as are omitted from serial nos. 4907 
and 4908, which contain reports on public bills. 

! The lettered volumes contain only the reports on private bills and on simple and concurrent resolutions. 
Under the provisions of the act of Jan. 20, 1905 (Stat. L. v. 33, pt. 1, p. 610), the " usual number" of such 
reports could not be printed. These volumes can not be furnished to depository libraries, but copies are 
kept in the Senate and House libraries, the Library of Congress, and the Public Documents Library. 



147 



69tli CONGRESS, 1st SESSION— Oouuimed 



10 



Series 



II. reports.. 



S. docs. 

do.. 

....do.. 
....do.. 
....do.. 



....do... 
....do... 
....do... 



.do. 



.do. 



do.. 

do., 

do.. 

do.. 



.do... 

.do... 
.do... 
.do... 
.do... 
.do... 
.do... 
-do... 

.do... 



do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

do.... 

H, docs.. 

do.... 

.....do.... 

do.... 

do.... 



...do..... 
...do 



Document no. 



See "Notes" 
column. 



1,5 

2,fr-82.. 
83-139. . 
140-180. 
181-249. 



250-327 

328-458 

459-531,536. 



4, 3pts... 
127, 2 pts. 

429 

132 

142 

202 

231 

313 

243 

243 

243 

243 

243 

244, 2 pts. 

277 

483 

499 



532. 
533. 
534. 
535. 
537. 



Notes 



Reports on private bills and on simple and concurrent 

resolutions, t Tliis volume contains sucli reports 

from 4471 to 5093 as are omitted from serial no. 4908, 

wliich contains reports on public bills. 
Secretary of Senate, 1905; Govt. Trinting Office, 1905. 
Contains also 1-6 of special sess. Senate, Mar. 4-18, 1905. 
Except 127, in serial no. 4919; 182, in serial no. 4920. 
Except 142, in serial no. 4921. 
Except 202, in serial no. 4922; 281, in serial no. 492:?; 

248, in serial nos. 4924-4928; 244, in serial no. 4929. 
Except 277, in serial no. 4930; 818, in serial no. 4923. 
Except 429, in serial no. 4919. 
Except 488, in serial no. 4931; 486, in serial nos. 4932- 

4935; 499, in serial no. 4931. 
List of private claims before Senate, Nov. 9, 1903-Mar.4, 

1905. 
Congressional directory, 3 editions. 
Isthmian Canal Commission, 1905. 
Special Panama Railroad Commissioner's report, 1905. 
Naval appropriation laws, 1883-1905. 
Acts and treaties relating to Alaska. 1867-1905. 
Louisiana Purchase Exposition, final report, 1906. 
Reports on Panama Canal. 
Efficiency of various coals, 1896-98. 
Hearings on regulation of railway rates, v. 1. 
Same, v. 2. 
Same, v. 3. 
Same, v. 4. 
Same, v. 5. 

Digest of liearings on regulation of railway rates. 
Hearings on revenue for Philippine Islands. 
Educational service and reindeer service in Alaska. 
Reindeer in Alaska, 1905. 
Proceedings against Reed Smoot, Senator from Utah, 

V. 1. 
Same, v. 2. 
Same, v. 3. 
Same, v. 4. 

Daughters of the American Revolution, 1905. 
French- Venezuelan Mixed Claims Commission, report. 
Eulogies: Orville H. Piatt. 
Appropriations, new offices, etc 
Unveiling of statue of Comte de Rochambeau. 
Message and Foreign relations, 1905. 
War, 1905, v. 1: Secretary, Cliief of staff, etc. 
Same, v. 2: Armament, transportation, and supply. 
Same, v. 3: Division and department commanders. 
Same, v. 4: Military schools and colleges, militia affairs, 

etc. 
Same, v. 5: Engineers, pt. 1. 
Same, v. 6: Engineers, pt. 2. 



t The lettered volumes contain only the reports on private bills and on simple and concurrent resolutions. 

ndertheprovisionsof theact of Jan. 20, 1905 (Stat. L. v. 33, pt. 1, p. 610), the "usual number" of such 
it-ports could not be printed. These volumes can not be furnished to depository libraries, but copies are 
kept in the Senate and House libraries, the Library of Congress, and the Public Documents Library. 



148 



59tli CONGRESS, 1st SESSION— Continued 



S a 


3 
> 


1 


Series 


Document no. 


Notes 


4948 
4949 


8 
9 

10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 

20 

21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 

27 

28 

29 
30 
31 
32 

33 
34 
35 

36 
37 
38 
39 
40 

41 

42 
43 
44 

45 

46 

47 

48 




H.docs 

do . . . 


2 

2 


Same, v. 7: Engineers, pt. 3. 

Same, v. 8: Engineers, supplement, Mississippi River 
Commission. 


4950 


.... 


do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 


2 


« 4951 

• 4952 
.4958 
» 4954 

• 4955 
4956 
4957 


2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

3 

4 


Same, v. 10: Philippine Commission, pt. 1. 
Same, v. 11: Philippine Commission, pt. 2. 
Same, v. 12: Philippine Commission, pt. 3. 
Same, v. 13: PhiUppine Commission, pt. 4. 
Same, v. 14: Acts of Philippine Commission. 
Navy, 1905. 
Post-OfRce, 1905. 


4958 




.. .do 


5 


Interior, 1905: Secretarv, bureau officers, etc. 


4959 




do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 


5 


Same: Indian affairs, pt. 1, Commissioner, Five Civi- 

Uzed Tribes Commission, etc. 
Same: Indian affairs, pt. 2, Board of Indian Conmiis- 

sioners, etc. 
Same: Governors of Territories, etc. 


4960 


5 


4961 


5 


4962 


5 


Same: Geological Survey. 
Same: Education, v. 1. 
Same: Education, v, 2. 


#4963 
•4964 


5 

5 


4965 




do 


6 


Agriculture, 1905. 

Commerce and Labor, 1905. 

District of Columbia, 1905, v. 1: Commissioners, etc. 


4966 





do 

.....do....... 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do. 


7 

rs 


4967 


8 

8 


Same, v. 2: Engineer Department. 
Same, v. 3: Health Department. 
Same, v. 4: Education Board. 




f8 


4968 


8 


Same, v. 5: Insurance Department, 1904, 2 pts. 


4969 


9 


Treasury (Finances) 1905. 


4970 


10 


Justice (Attorney-General) 1905. 
Comptroller of Currency, 1905. 

Estimates of appropriations, 1907; Receipts and expend- 
itures, 1905; etc. 
Commerce and navigation, 1905. 


f4971 


11 


4972 
#4973 


12,55,278,861.. 
13 


4974 


.... 


do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 


14 


Navigation Bureau, Commerce and Labor Dept., 1905. 


4975 

4976 
4977 
4978 


15, pts. 1-3.... 

15, pts. 4-6.... 
15, pts. 7-12... 
16 


Monthly summary of commerce and finance, July- 
Sept. 1905. 
Same, Oct.-Dec. 1905. 
Same, Jan.-June, 1906. 
37th annual Ust of merchant vessels of U. S., 1905. 


4979 


17 


Coast and Geodetic Survey, 1905. 


4980 




do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 


18 . . 


Library of Congress, 1905. 




19 


Mint Bureau, production of precious metals, 1904. 
Internal Revenue Commissioner, 1905. 


4981 


I20 


4982 


21 


Mineral resources, 1904. 


4983 


22 


Tests of metals, 1905. 


4984 
4985 
4986 


23-80,82 

|S3, 85, 88-163, 
1 167-194. 

208-378 

379-487,494-506. 

J507-512, 525- 
1 550,557-591. 


Except 44, in serial no. 4991; 55, in serial no. 4972. 
Except 231-233, in serial no. 5019; 263, in serial no. 5023; 


4987 

4988 


.... 


do 

do 


278, in serial no. 4972; 320, in serial no. 5024; 341, in 
serial no. 5025. 
Except 406, in serial nos. 5026-5029; 42o, in serial no. 
5030; 448, in serial no. 5031; 456, in serial no. 5032; 
469, in serial no. 5015; 474, in serial no. 5032. 

r580 is Commissioner of labor, report on Hawaii, 1905. 



149 



59tli CONGRESS, Ist SESSION— Continued 



l§ 


1 


S 


S«rie8 


Document no. 


Notes 


4989 


49 


.... 


H.docs 


593-723 

[724-742 


Except 619, In serial no. 5035; 667, in serial no. 6036; 
666, in serial no. 5037; 690, in serial no. 5038. 


4990 


50 




do 


|763-823 

1840-918 


Except 804, in serial no. 5039; 812, in serial no. 5040. 
Except 842, in serial nos. 5041-5042; M8, in serial no. 

5043; 861, in serial no. 4972; 879, in serial no. 5044; 

892, in serial no. 5045; 906, in serial no. 5(M0. 


4991 


51 
52 




.do 


44 


Civil Service Commission, 1905. 


499S 




do 


81,84 


National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, 1905. 


4998 


53 
54 




.do 


86 


Reclamation Service, 1905. 


4994 




do 


87 


House manual. 








n64 


Special consular reports, v. 37: Machine-made lace in- 
dustry in Europe. 


4995 


55 




do 












165 


Same, v. 38: Insurance in foreign countries. 

Monttily consular and trade reports, Jan.-Mar. 1906, 


4996 


56 




do 


513-515 












nos. 304-306. 


4997 


57 





do 


516-518 


Same, Apr.- June, 1906, nos. 307-309. 


4998 


58 




do 


519-521 


Same, July-Sept. 1906, nos. 310-312. 


4999 


69 


.... 


do 


522-524 

fl66 


Same, Oct.-Dec. 1906, nos. 313-315. 

Ethnology bulletin 29: Haida texts and myths. 

Same, 31: List of publications of bureau. 

Same, 32: Antiquities of Jemez Plateau, New Mexico. 

Same, 30: Handbook of American Indians, pt. 1. 

Same, 30: Handbook of American Indians, pt. 2. 

Interstate Commerce Commission, 1905, 19th. 


6000 


60 




do 


J 927 










[928 


6001 


61 




do 


926 


5002 


62 




.. do . 


926 


6003 


63 




do 


195 


6004 


64 





do 


196,197 


Geological Survey professional papers 40, 41. 


5005 


65 
66 




... .do.. , . 


198,199 

200,201 


Same 42 43 


5006 


.... 


do 


Same, 44, 45. 


5007 


67 




do 


488,489 


Same, 46, 47. 


5008 


68 




do 


490 


Same, 48, pt. 1. 
Same, 48, pt. 2. 


5009 


69 




do 


490 


5010 


70 




do 


490 


Same, 48, pt. 3. 
Same, 49-^3. 


5011 


71 


.... 


do 


491-493,919,920. 


5012 


7? 




do 


921,922 


Same, 54, 55. 


5013 


73 




do 


202-206 


Geological Survey bulletins 269-273. 


5014 


74 




do 


207 


Same, 274. 


5015 


75 




do 


469,824-828.... 


Same, 275-280. 


5016 


76 




do 


829-833 


Same, 281-285. 


5017 


77 




do 


834-839,931,932. 
933-938 


Same, 286-293. 


5018 


78 




do 


Same, 294-299. 


5019 


79 




do 


231-233,551-554. 


Water-supply and irrigation papers, 150-156. 


5020 


80 




do 


555,556,743-748. 


Same, 157-164. 


5021 


81 




do 


749-756 


Same, 165-172. 


5022 


82 




do 


757-762 


Same, 173-178. 


5023 


83 




do 


263. 


Survey of Des Plaines and Illinois rivers. 
Public Health and Marine-Hospital Service, 1905. 


5024 


84 




do 


320 






5025 


85 




do 


341 


N^aval war rpf»nrd<! <?prip<; 1 v 90 


5026 


86 




do 


406,pts. l-3..- 


American Republics Bureau, Monthly bulletin, v. 22, 
nos. 1-3, Jan.-Mar. 1906. 


5027 


87 




do 


406,pts.4-<i... 


Same, v. 22, nos. 4-6, Apr.-June, 1906. 


5028 


88 




do 


406,pts. 7-9... 


Same, v. 23, nos. 1-3, July-Sept. 190G. 


5029 


89 




do 


406, pts. 10-12. 


Same, v. 23, nos. 4-6, Oct.-Dec. 1906. 


5030 


90 




do 


425 


Patent Office, 1905. 


5031 


91 




do 


448 


Agriculture Department expenditures, 1905. 
Navy register, 1906; Army register, 1906. 


5032 


92 




do 


456,474 


#6088 


93 


.... 


do 


592, pts. 1-3... 


Labor Bureau bulletins, v. 12, nos. 62-64. 



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5034 


94 




5036 


95 




5036 


96 




5037 


97 




503S 


98 




5039 


99 


.... 


5040 


100 




5041 


101 




5042 


102 




5043 


103 




5044 


104 




oM5 


105 




• 5046 


106 


.... 


5047 


107 




5(H8 


108 




5049 


109 




5050 


110 




5051 


111 




5052 


112 




5053 


113 




5054 


114 




5055 


115 




5056 


116 




5057 


117 





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592, pts. 4-6 

619 

657 

665 

690 

804 

812 

842 

842 

843 

879 

892 

906 

923 

923 

924 

925 

925 

929 

930,pt. 1... 

930, pt. 2... 

939 

940 

J941 

1942 

943 



Notes 



Same, v. 13, nos. 65-67. 

Statistical abstract, 1905. 

Patent decisions, 1905. 

Inspection of consulates in the Orient. 

Hazing at Naval Academy. 

John Paul Jones commemoration at Annapolis, Apr. 
24, 1906. 

Transportation of petroleum. 

Naval Observatory publications, 2d series, v. 4, pts. 1-3. 

Same, 2d series, v. 4, pt. 4. 

Same, 2d series, v. 5. 

Weather Bureau, 1905. 

Agriculture Yearbook, 1905. 

Labor Bureau, 20th annual report, 1905: Convict labor. 

American Historical Association, 1905, v. 1. 

Same, v. 2: Bibliography of American historical socie- 
ties. 

Experiment Stations Office, 1905. 

Field operations of Bureau of Soils, 1905. 

Same, maps. 

Fisheries Bureau Bulletin, 1905. 

Smithsonian Institution, 1905 [pt. 1]. 

Same [pt. 2]: National Museum. 

Ethnology report, 1903, 24th. 

Commercial relations, 1905. 

Animal Industry Bureau report, 1905, 22d. 

Animal Industry Bureau bulletin 27: Angora goat. 

Document index, no. 12, 59th Congress, 1st session. 



59tli CONGRESS, 2d SESSION 
Dec. 3, 1906— Mar. 4, 1907 



5058 
5059 
5060 











1 





S. journal. 
H. journal. 
S. reports. 



4625-6693 (with Reports on public bills. Contains 1242, pt. 2 (1st ses- 
exceptions). sion), 4625, 4628-4634, 4667, 4671, 4712, 4715, 4808-4810, 
4817-4819, 4821-4823, 4825-4835, 4837, 4905, 4919, 4957, 
5009-5012, 5014, 5016, 5020, 5022, 5090, 5091, 5093, 5163, 
5175, 5176, 5179, 5262, 5317, 5318, 5320, 5464, 5466, 5467, 
5529-5546, 5548-5552, 5588, 5589, 5630, 5631, 5637, 5638, 
5640, 5641, 5650, 5651, 6689, 5766, 5788, 5834, 5894, 5982- 
5987, 5989-5991, 6010, 6077, 6187, 6188, 6204-6206, 6257, 
6307, 6309-6311, 6423, 6459, 6460, 6474, 6475, 6510-6514, 
6538, 6618, 6625, 6626, 6629-6631, 6644, 6645, 6651-6653, 
6655, 6659, 6662-6664, 6667, 6669, 6671, 6672, 6678-6687, 
6690-6693. 1242, pt. 1, is in serial no. 4904. 5013 is 
in serial nos. 5062 and 5063. Other numbers missing 
from serial no. 5060 are for reports on private bills and 
on simple and conciirrent resolutions,! which are 
bound in Senate reports, v. A-D, this session. 

t The lettered volumes contain only the reports on private bills and on simple and concurrent resolutions. 
Under the provisions of the act of Jan. 20, 1905 (Stat. L. v. 33, pt. 1, p. 610), the " usual number" of such 
rejxtrts could not be printed. These volumes can not be furnished to depository libraries, but copies are 
kept in the Senate and House libraries, the Library of Congress, and the Public Documents Library. 



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M82 
6068 



Series 



Document no. 



Notes 



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.do 



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4061 2 S. reports 6694-7342 (with Reports on public bills. Contains 6694-6096, 6608-6700, 

exceptions). 6823, 6826-0829, 6831, 6838, 6885, 6942-6946, 0948, 6949, 
7066, 70()7, 7136-71.38, 7246, 7250, 7252-7254, 7256, 7257, 
7259, 7260, 7262, 7263, 72«i5, 7266, 7268-7279, 7282-7286, 
7288, 7290, 729.5-7299, 7301-7303, 7307-7312, 7315, 7316, 
7319-7322, 7325, 7327, 7328, 7331-7333, 7341, 7342. 6694 
is River and harbor bill. Numbers missing from se- 
rial no. 50()1 are for reports on private bills and on 
simple and concurrent resolutions, f which are bound 
in Senate reports, v. D, this session. 

Indian Territory affairs, v. 1. 

Same, v. 2. 

Reports on private bills and on simple and concurrent 
resolutions. t This volume contains such reports 
from 4430 to 5008 as are omitted from serial no. 5060, 
which contains reports on pubkc bills. 

Reports on private bills and on simple and concurrent 
resolutions. t This volume contains such reports 
from 5015 to 5700 as are omitted from serial no. 5060, 
which contains reports on public bills. 

Reports on private bills and on simple and concurrent 
resolutions, t This volume contains such reports 
from 5701 to 6451 as are omitted from serial no. 6060, 
which contains reports on public bills. 

Reports on private bills and on simple and concurrent 

resolutions, t This volume contains such reports 

from 6452 to 7340 as are omitted from serial nos. 5060 

and 5061, which contain reports on public bills. 

6064 1 .... H. reports.... 5326-7291 (with Reports on public bills. Contains 532fr-5328, 5407-5411, 

5419, 5420, 5422, 5464-5487, 5552, 5554, 5G25, 5629, 5630, 
5881-5883, 5885, 6053, 6055, 6120, 6121, 6202-6204, 6206- 
6215, 6377-6383, 6392-6394, 6396-6403, 6405-6409, 6415, 
6421, 6422, 6427-6437, 6439-6442, 6584, 6585, 6595, 6597- 
6603, 670(M)708, 6711, 6713-6716, 6718, 6720-6746, 6748- 
6750, 6752, 6893, 6894, 6901, 6904-6906, 6908, 6909, 7083, 
7086, 7088, 7089, 7091-7097, 7099, 7101, 7103, 7105-7112, 
7114, 7115, 7117, 7275, 7276, 727^-7282, 7287-7291. Num- 
bers missing from serial no. 5064 are for reports on 
private bills and on simple and concurrent resolu- 
tions, t which are bound in House reports, v. A-D, 
this session. 

6066 2 do 7292-81 74 (with Reports on public biUs. Contains 7292-7295, 7301-7303, 

exceptions). 7305, 7306, 7309-7312, 7539, 7540, 7557-7560, 7563-7565, 
7567, 7570, 7572, 7574, 7575, 7577-7584, 758<i-7589, 7593- 
7699, 7601-7604, 7606-7615, 7617-7621, 7624, 7626-7628, 
7634, 7636-7643, 7645, 7646, 7648, 7649, 8016, 8018-8026, 
8028, 8033-8042, 8044, 8(M8, 8049, 8051, 8053, 8054, 8056- 
8058, 8000-8073, 8077, 8079, 8081, 8085, 8086, 8088, 8090- 
8103, 8105-8119, 8121, 8122, 8137-«143, 8145, 8147-8153, 
8155, 8158-8161, 8163, 8164, 8166-8174. 7644 is in serial 
nos. 5066 and 5067. Other numbers missing from se- 
rial no. 5065 are for reports on private bills and on 

t The lettered volumes contain only the reports on private bills and on simple and concurrent resolutions. 
Under the provisions of the act of Jan. 20, 1905 (Stat. L. v. 33, pt. 1, p. 610), the " usual number" of such 
reports could not be printed. These volumes can not be furnished to depository libraries, but copies are 
kept in the Senate and House libraries, the Library of Congress, and the Public Documents Library. 



5013, pt.l 

5013, pt. 2 

See "Notes" 
column. 



See "Notes" 
column. 



See "Notes" 
column. 



See "Notes" 
column. 



5326-7291 (with 
exceptions). 



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Document no. 



Notes 



5065 



5067 



6068 

5069 
5070 

5071 

5072 

5073 
5074 
5075 
5076 
5077 
5078 
5079 



5081 

5082 
5083 
5084 
5085 

5086 



H. reports. 

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Continued. 

7644, pta 

7644, pt. 2 

See "Notes" 
column. 



See "Notes' 
column. 



See "Notes' 
column. 



See "Notes" 
column. 



See "Notes' 
column. 



1 

5 

2,3,6-19. 
21-100... 
101-180. . 



181-230. 



231-358. 



359-393... 
4,2pts... 

20 

140 

144 

155,2pts. 
233,333... 



278. 



394. 
395. 



5,pt.l. 



396, pt. 2. 



simple and concurrent resolutions, f which are bound 
in House reports, v. D and E, this session. 

Government Hospital for Insane investigation, v. 1. 

Same, v. 2. 

Reports on private bills and on simple and concurrent 
resolutions, f This volume contains such reports from 
5097 to 5659 as are omitted from serial no. 5064, which 
contains reports on public bills. 

Reports on private bills and on simple and concurrent 
resolutions, t This volume contains such reports 
from 5660 to 6253 as are omitted from serial no. 5064, 
which contains reports on public bills. 

Reports on private bills and on simple and concurrent 
resolutions, t This volume contains such reports 
from 6254 to 6886 as are omitted from serial no. 5064, 
which contains reports on public bills. 

Reports on private bills and on simple and concurrent 
resolutions, f This volume contains such reports from 
6887 to 7512 as are omitted from serial nos. 6064 and 
5065, which contain reports on public bills. 

Reports on private bills and on simple and concurrent 
resolutions, f This volume contains such reports from 
7513 to 8165 as are omitted from serial no. 5065, which 
contains reports on public bills. 

Secretary of Senate, 1906. 

Government Printing Office, 1906. 

17 is Commissioner of education for Porto Rico, 1906. 

74 is Commercial and agricultural associations. 

Except 140, in serial no. 5076; 144, in serial no. 5077; 
155, in serial no. 5078. 

204 is Laws relating to insular and military affairs, 1898- 
1906. 

Except 233, and 333, in serial no. 5079; 266, in serial no. 
5080; 278, in serial no. 5081. 

State Department rules and regulations; etc. 

Congressional directory, 2 editions. 

Civil Service Commission, 1906. 

Navy yearbook, 1883-1906. 

President's message concerning Panama Canal. 

Report on Brownsville affray. 

Interstate Commerce Commission, testimony oh car 
shortage. 

Interstate commerce law as changed by act of June 29, 
1906. 

Interstate Commerce Commission, testimony on grain 
trade. 

Post-Office rules and regulations, 1902, pt. 1. 

Same, pt. 2, supplement, 1907. 

Justice Department rules and regulations. 

Interior Department rules and regulations, pt. 1: Gen- 
eral, Civil Service, etc. 

Same, pt. 2: Pension, Patent, Geological Survey. 



t The lettered volumes contain only the reports on private bills and on simple and concurrent resolutions. 
Under the provisions of the act of Jan. 20, 1905 (Stat. L. v. 33, pt. 1, p. 610), the "usual number" of such 
reiKtrts could not be printed. These volumes can not be furnished to depository libraries, but copies are 
kept in the Senate and House libraries, the Library of Congress, and the Public Documents Library. 



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Document no. 



396, pt. 3. 
39G,pt.4. 
397 

398,pt.l. 

398, pt. 2. 
399,pt.l. 

399, pt. 2. 

399, pt. 3. 
399, pt. 4. 
400. 
401. 



401. 

401. 

401. 

402. 

403-405. 

40G. 

1... 



Notes 



Same, pt. 3: Public lands. 

Same, pt. 4: Indian Service. 

Commerce and Labor Department mles and regulations. 

Agriculture Department rules and regulations, pt. 1: 
Miscellaneous. 

Same, pt. 2: Forest Service and Weather Bureau. 

Treasury Department rules and regulations, pt. 1: Mis- 
cellaneous. 

Same, pt. 2: Revenue-Cutter Service, Life-Saving Serv 
ice, and Public Health and Marine-Hospital Service. 

Same, pt. 3: Customs regulations. 

Same, pt. 4: Internal Revenue Service. 

Daughters of the American Revolution, 1906. 

Hearings relating to Panama Canal, v. 1. 

Same, v. 2. 

Same, v. 3. 

Same, v. 4. 

Appropriations, new offices, etc. 

Eulogies: W. B. Bate, A, P. Gorman, R, A. Alger. 

Senate manual. 

Message and Foreign relations, 1906, pt. 1. 

Same, pt. 2. 

War, 1906, v. 1: Secretary, Chief of staff, etc. 

Same, v. 2: Armament, transportation, and supply. 

Same, v. 3: Division and department commanders. 

Same, v. 4: Militia affairs, military schools and colleges, 
and military parks. 

Same, v. 5: Engineers, report without appendixes. 

Same, v. 6: Ordnance. 

Same, v. 7: Philippine Commission, pt. 1. 

Same, v. 8: Philippine Commission, pt. 2. 

Same, v. 9: Philippine Commission, pt. 3. 

Same, v. 10: Acts of Philippine Commission. 

Navy, 1906. 

Post-Offlce, 1906. 

Interior, 1906: Secretary, bureau officers, etc. 

Same: Indian affairs. 

Same: Governors of Territories, etc. 

Same: Governor of Hawaii, and Board of Indian Com- 
missioners. 

Same: Geological Survey. 

Same: Education, v. 1. 

Same: Education, v. 2. 

Agriculture, 1906. 

Commerce and Labor Department, 1906, 

District of Columbia, 1906, v. 1: Conunissioners, etc. 

Same, v, 2: Engineer Department, 

Same, v. 3: Health Department, 

Same, v, 4: Education Board. 

Same, v. 5: Insurance Department, 1905, 2 pts. 

Treasury (Finances) 1906. 

Justice (Attorney-General) 1906. 

Comptroller of Currency, 1906. 

Estimates of appropriations, 1908. 

Receipts and expenditures, 1906. 

Deficiency estimates. 



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•6132 
5133 
5134 

5135 
5136 
5137 
5138 
5139 
5140 
5141 
5142 
• 5143 
6144 

6145 
5146 
5147 
5148 
5149 
5150 
5151 
*5162 
5153 

5164 

5155 
5156 



5157 
5168 
5159 
5160 
5161 
5162 
5163 
5164 
5165 
5166 
5167 
5168 
5169 
5170 

5171 



5172 
5173 
•6174 
6175 
6176 



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13 

14 

15,pts.l-3.. 

15, pts. 4-6. . 
15,pts.7-«.. 
15, pts. 10-12 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

22 

23 

24 

25 

26 

27-52,77-130 

131-198 

199-250 

251-345 

358-521 

522-607 

609-780 

204 

88,276 

53,54 

55-60 

61-63 

781,782,796-798 

823 

824-828 

64-^ 

69-76 

786,787 

788,789 

790,791 

792-794 

j310 

1311 

784,785 

815 

325 

326 

34&-348 



Notes 



Commerce and navigation, 1906. 

Navigation Bureau, Commerce and Labor Dept., 1906. 

Monthly summary of commerce and finance, July-Sept. 

1906. 
Same, Oct.-Dec. 1906. 
Same, Jan.-Mar. 1907. 
Same, Apr-June, 1907. 

38th annual list of merchant vessels of U. S., 1906. 
Coast and Geodetic Survey, 1906. 
Library of Congress, 1906. 

Mint Biu-eau, production of precious metals, 1905. 
Internal Revenue Commissioner, 1906. 
Mineral resources, 1905. 
Engineer Department, 1906, report with appendixes, 

pt. 1. 
Same, pt. 2. 

Official opinions of Attorneys-General, v. 25. 
House manual. 

Naval war records, series 1, v. 21. 
Tests of metals, 1906. 
Except 88, in serial no. 5158. 
Except 152, in serial no. 5131. 
Except 204 , in serial no. 5157. 3^gc . Iff e n\^ 
Except 276, in serial no. 5158; 810 and 311, in serial no. 

5171; 325, in serial no. 5174; 326, in serial no. 5175. 
Except 439, in serial no. 5195; 502, in serial nos. 5196- 

5197. 
Except 558, in serial no. 5198; 676, in serial no. 6200. 
Except 611, in serial no. 5199; 654, in serial no. 5131; 

715, in serial no. 5202; 727 and 728, in serial no. 5203; 

743, in serial no. 6195. 
Reclamation Service, 1906. 

National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, 1906. 
Geological Survey bulletins 300, 301. 
Same, 302-307. 
Same, 308-310. 
Same, 311-315. 
Same, 316. 
Same, 317-321. 

Water-supply and irrigation papers, 179-183. 
Same, 184-191. 
Same, 192, 193. 
Same, 194, 195, 
Same, 196, 197. 
Same, 198-200. 

Geological Survey monographs, v. 49: Ceratopsia. 
Same, v. 50: Cretaceous flora of southern New York and 

New England. 
Geological Survey professional papers 56, 57. 
Same, 58. 

Interstate Commerce Commission, 1906, 20th. 
Citizenship, expatriation, and protection abroad. 
Monthly coijsular and trade reports, Jan.-Mar. 1907, 

nos. 316-318. 



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74 
75 
76 
77 
78 
79 
80 
81 
82 
83 
84 
85 
85 
86 
87 

88 
89 
90 
91 
91 
91 

92 

93 

94 
95 
96 

97 

98 
99 
100 
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352 


Same, Apr.-June, 1907, nos. 319-321. 
Field operations of Bureau of Soils, 1906. 
Same, maps. 


$119 




.1180 


353 


Animal Industry Bureau report, 1906, 23d. 
Commercial relations, 1906. 


tl81 


364 


H88 


355 


Hinds' precedents of House of Representatives, v. 1. 
Same, v. 2. 


1188 


355 


(184 


355 


Same, v. 3. 


;i85 


355 


Same, v. 4. 


>18« 


355 


Same, v. 6. 


187 


355 


Same, v. 6: Index-digest, A-G. 


;i88i 


355 


Same, v. 7: Index-digest, H-P. 

Same, v. 8: Index-digest, Q-Z. 

Fisheries Bureau Bulletin, 1906. 

Federal and State constitutions, colonial charl 

V. 1: United States, and Alabama^District 

bia. 




51882 


355 




5189 


356 




5190 


357 


ters, etc , 


5191 


357 


f Colura- 


5192 


357 


Same, v. 3: Kentuclcy-Massachusetts. 
Same, v. 4: Michigan-New Hampshire. 
Same, v. 5: New Jersey-Philippines. 
Same, v. 0: Porto Rico-Vermont. 


5193 


357 


5194 > 


357-. 


51942 


357 


5194 < 


357 


Same, v. 7: Virginia-Wyoming, and Index. 
Agriculture Department appointments, etc., 1900. 
Animal Industry Bureau, report of operations, 1906. 
Beet-sugar industry in U. S., 1906. 
American Republics Bureau, Monthly bulletin, v. 24, 

nos. 1-3, Jan.-Mar. 1907. 
Same, v. 24, nos. 4-6, Apr.-June, 1907. 
Patent Office, 1906. 




(■439 


5195 


743 




1799.. 


5196 

bl97 
5198 


502, pts. 1-3... 

502, pts. 4-«... 
558 


5199 


641. 


Patent decisions, 1906. 


6200 
6201 


r575, pt. 1 

1575, pt. 2 

608 


Smithsonian Institution, 1906 [pt. 1]. 
Same [pt. 2]: National Museum. 
Postal Ck)mmission, 1906-07. 


5202 
5203 
5204 


715, 3 pts 

727,728 

783 


Labor Bureau bulletins, v. 14, nos. 68-70. 
Army register, 1907; Navy register, 1907. 
Statistical abstract, 1906. 


5205 


795 


Special report on diseases of horse. 


5200 


800 


Special consular reports, v. 39: Cotton-seed products. 

Eulogies: D. M. Hurley, B. F. Marsh, G. A. Castor, 
G. R. Patterson, J. M. Pinckney, Rock wood Hoar, 
R. E. Lester, R. R. Hitt, H. C. Adams, W. H. Flack, 
J. H. Ketcham, J. F. Rixey. 

Agriculture Yearbook, 1906. 

Weather Bureau 1900 


5207 
5208 


801-812 

813 


5209 


814 


5210 
5211 


do;:::::. 

do 


81{W819 

8-20 


Ethnology bulletins 33-36. 
Experiment Stations Office, 1906. 
Ethnology report, 1904, 25th. 

Labor Bureau, 21st annual rp., 1906: Strikes and lock- 
outs. 
Document index, no. 13, 59th Congress, 2d session. 
Document catalogue, v 8, 59th Congress July 1 lofvu 


5212 




do 

do 

do 

do 


821 


5213 


822 


5214 


829. . 


6216 


830 






June 30, 1907. 





156 

Both CONGRESS, 1st SESSION t 
Dec. 2, 1907— May 30, 1908 



OQ 



6216 
5217 
5218 



Series 



S. journal.. 
H. journal. 
S. reports. . 



Document no. 



Notes 



1-349 (with ex- Reports on public bills, also a few Senate reports on 
ceptions). simple resolutions of a public character, f Contains 

1-4, 6-9, 11-19, 21, 23, 24, 26-32, 34-46, 49-54, 56-74, 77, 
79, 82-87, 89-91, 93-97, 109, 110, 117, 124-126, 128-131, 
135, 137-140, 142-144, 146-148, 150, 151, 153, 155-157, 
159-164, 167-169, 171, 172, 174-185, 187-191, 193-198, 202, 
203, 210-212, 215-221, 223-253, 255-270, 275-279, 284, 285, 
289-303, 305-308, 310-317, 319-325, 327-330, 332, 334-336, 
338, 340-343, 346-349. 10 is in serial no. 5220; 201 is in 
serial no . 5221 . 344 , suppressed , see Senate report 382, 
in Senate reports, v. C, serial no. 5224. Other num- 
bers missing from serial no. 5218 are for reports on pri- 
vate bills and on simple and concurrent resolutions, f 
which are bound in Senate reports, v. A, serial no. 
5222. 

6219 2 do 352-696 (with Reports on public bills, also a few Senate reports on 

exceptions). simple resolutions of a public character.! Contains 
352, 355-362, 364-367, 369-374, 377-379, 383-388, 390, 394, 
395, 397-400, 403, 404, 408, 420, 422, 424-426, 428, 429, 432, 
433, 436-441, 445-448, 450-460, 46^-474, 476, 479-487, 489- 
492, 494, 495, 497-507, 512-517, 519-523, 525, 529-533, 537, 
538, 541-548, 552-561, 563, 566, 569-571, 574, 575, 579-583, 
585, 586, 588, 589, 591, 59()-600, 603, 605, 607, 609-612, 614- 
618, 620-623, 625, 627, 629, 630, 636-(J38, 641, 642, 646, 647, 
650-652, 655-665, 669, 670, 672-681, 684, 687-693, 695, 696. 
Numbers missing from serial no. 5219 are for reports 
on private bills and on simple and concurrent resolu- 
tions, t which are bound in Senate reports, v. A-C, 
serial nos. 5222-5224. 

t The lettered volumes contain only the reports on private bills and on simple and concurrent resolutions. 
Under the provisions of the act of Jan. 20, 1905 (Stat. L. v. 33, pt. 1, p. 610), the "usual number" of such 
reports could not be printed. These volimies can not be furnished to depository libraries, but copies are 
kept in the Senate and House libraries, the Library of Congress, and the Public Docimients Library. Many 
of the reports on simple and concinrent resolutions are umnistakably of a public character, but the result 
of the aforementioned act was to relegate these, along with the reports on resolutions of a private character, 
to the lettered volumes, of which only a few copies are preserved. An exception was made for one session 
only, that is, the 1st session of the 60th Congress, when under authorization of the Joint Committee on 
Printing of which the late Senator Piatt was chairman, such reports on simple and concurrent resolutions 
as were of a public character were treated as public instead of as private reports, and therefore were printed 
in the "usual nimiber" and appeared in the numbered voltunes of public reports. 

No serial numbers were assigned to the lettered volumes of reports on private bills and on simple and 
concvurent resolutions of the 58th Congress, 3d session, and the 59th Congress, 1st and 2d sessions, m order 
to avoid gaps in the serial numbers for volvunes sent to depository libraries since the act of Jan. 20, 1905, 
went into effect. Beginning with the 60th Congress, 1st session, serial nos. 5222 and 5229, this reason no 
longer held, because the joint resolution of Jan. 15, 1908 (Stat. L. v. 35, pt. 1, p. 565) took out also annual 
reports and serial publications from the Congressional series as sent to depository libraries. Therefore, for 
the 60th Congress serial niunbers have been assigned to all volumes, both numbered and lettered. 

For many years prior to the 60th Congress, Senate and House reports were each numbered consecutively 
through the whole Congress, no matter how many sessions were held, but for Senate and House dociunents 
a new series of mmibers was begun with each session. Under the act of Mar. 1, 1907 (Stat. L. v. 34, pt. 1, 
p. 1014), the docimients, as well as the reports, are niunbered throughout the Congress. This act became 
operative with the 2d session of the 60th Congress. The first Senate document of that session is number 538, 
in serial nos. 5388 and 5389, and the first House doctmient is number 988, in serial no. 5501. 

Heavy figures for volume numbers in the 2d column indicate volumes forwarded to depository 
libraries in the Congressional edition with report or document numbers and bearing the titles and 
volume numbers of the Congressional series. Light figures in the 2d column indicate volumes of 
annual reports and serial publications which, under the provisions of the joint resolution of Jan. 15, 
1908 (Stat. L. V. 35, pt. 1, p. 665), were taken out of the Congressional set for depository libraries; 
these volumes are sent to depository libraries in buckram binding, without Congressional notation, 
and having title-pages in conformity with the Departmental issues. 



157 



eotli CONGRESS, 1st SESSION— Continued 



.•240 



!2« 



i228 



.■224 



V226 



Series 



Document no. 



Notes 



Su "Notes" I 
column. 



See "Notes' 
column. 



8 S. reports 10, 2 pts Revision of laws: Crimes. 

4 do 201 Business of Post-Office Department, preliminary re- 
port. 

.do Su "Notes" I Reports on private bills, and on simple and concurrent 

resolutions of a private character, f Th is volume con- 
tains such reports from 5 to 443 as are omitted from 
serial nos. 5218 and 5219, which contain reports on 
public bills. 882 is in serial no. 5224. 

do See " Notes " Reports on private bills, and on simple and concurrent 

resolutions of a private character, t Th is volume con- 
tains such reports from 444 to 694 as are omitted from 
serial no. 5219, which contains reports on public bills. 

..J do 382 Claims allowed imder Bowman and Tucker acts. This 

is a report on a private bill.f omitted from serial no. 
5219, which contains reports on public bills. 

H. reports 2-1342 (with Reports on public bills, also a few House reports on 

exceptions). simple and concurrent resolutions of a public charac- 
ter, f Contains 2, pt. 1, 6, 7, 11-18, 20, 21, 23-31, 33, 
90-92, 170, 171, 181, 182, 184, 277, 278, 284-286, 314, 316, 
321, 322, 324, 325, 35^-355, 358-362, 3a'>-370, 437, 438, 440- 
444, 507, 508, 530, 531, 533-538, 621, 623-625, 635, 636, 638, 
639, 641, 643, 645, 650, 651, 677-679, 683, 686, 689, 690, 693, 
695-697, 786, 788, 790, 792-795, 888, 889, 891, 893, 894, 896- 
900, 956-960, 964-966, 968, 969, 971-^75, 977-979, 1041, 
1042, 1044-1057, 1059-1063, 1065-1068, 1070-1072, 1075, 
1077-1079, 1086, 1087, 1089, 1090, 1106-1112, 1114, 1116- 
1120, 1122-1126, 1128-1130, 1132, 1133, 1135, 1136, 1142, 
1144-1146, 1108-1172, 1174, 1179-1182, 1184-1187, 1189, 
1191, 1200, 1204-1207, 1209, 1210, 1215, 1216, 1219, 1221- 
1231, 1233, 1236, 1238, 1244-1265, 1267, 1270, 1272-1284, 
1286-1288, 1291-1293, 129^1302, 1305-1310, 1318-1333, 
1338-1340, 1342, 2, pt. 2, not included in boimd 
volumes, because duplicate of Senate report 10, pt. 2, 
in serial no. 5220. 543 is in serial no. 5233. 698, not 
included in bound volmnes, because duplicate of 
Senate report 201 in serial no. 5221. Other numbers 
missing from serial no. 5225 are for reports on private 
bills and on simple and concurrent resolutions,! 
which are bound in House reports, v. A-C, serial 
nos. 5229-5231. 

■>226 2 do 1351-1792(with Reports on public bUls, also a few House reports on sim- 

exceptions). pie and concurrent resolutions of a public character, f 
Contains 1351-1355, 1357, 1359-1364, 1366, 1372, 1375, 
1376, 1380, 1381, 1383-1388, 1390, 1392, 1396-1398, 1401- 
1403, 1405, 1406, 1415, 1417-1421, 1424-1426, 1434-1439, 
1443-1445, 1448-1468, 1470, 1472, 1473, 1475-1482, 1490, 
1492, 1499, 1500, 1502, 1503, 1505-1514, 1518-1520, 1524- 

t See, for explanation of lettered volumes of reports on private bills and on simple and concurrent resolu- 
tions, and for explanation of numbering Senate and IJDuse documents throughout the Congress, the foot- 
note on p. 1.56. 

Heavy figures for volume numbers In the 2d column indicate volumes forwarded to depository 
libraries In the Congressional edition with report or document numbers and bearing the titles and 
volume nimibers of the Congressional series. Light figures In the 2d column indicate volumes of 
annual reports and serial publications which, under the provisions of the joint resolution of Jan. 15, 
1908 (Stat. L. V. 35, pt. 1. p. 565), were taken out of the Congrressional set for depository libraries; 
these volumes are sent to depository libraries in buckram binding, without Congressional notation, 
and having title-pages in conformity with the Departmental issues. 



158 



Goth CONGRESS, 1st SESSION— Continued 



1§ 


■3 


1 


Series 


Document no. 


Notes 


m 


> 


(2 








5226 


2 




H. reports... 


1351-1792 (with 
exceptions) — 
Continued. 


1628, 1533-1535, 1539-1543, 154&-1549, 1552-1559, 1561- 
1569, 1576-1579, 1582-1593, 1595, 1596, 1601-1605, 1607, 
1608, 1610, 1613, 1614, 1621-1631, 1633, 1635, 1637-1641, 
1644-1646, 1648, 1652-1655, 1658-1666, 1668-1672, 1674, 
1675, 1678-1691, 1693, 1695-1703, 1705-1707, 1714-1718, 
1726, 1728-1738, 1740, 1741, 1743, 1745, 1759, 1760, 1764- 
1767, 1769-1779, 1781-1783, 1786, 1787, 1789, 1791, 1792. 
1704, suppressed. 1727 is in serial nos. 5227 and 5228. 
Other numbers missing from serial no. 5226 are for re- 
ports on private bills and on simple and concurrent 
resolutions,! which are bound in House reports, v. C 
and D, serial nos. 5231 and 5232. 


5227 


3 


— 


do 


1727 [pts. 1,2].. 


Investigation of charges made by Geo. L. Lilley under 
H. R. 288: pt. 1, Report, pt. 2, Testimony. This is 
a report on a simple resolution of a public character, f 


6228 


4 


— 


do 


1727 [pt. 3].... 


Same: pt. 3, Testimony and index. 


t5229 


A 




do 


See "Notes" 
column. 


Reports on private bills, and on simple and concurrent 
resolutions of a private character, f This volume con- 
tains such reports from 1 to 550 as are omitted from 
serial no. 5225, which contains reports on public bills. 
643 is in serial no. 5233. 


5230 


B 




do. 


See "Notes" 


Reports on private bills, and on simple and concurrent 
resolutions of a private character, f This volume con- 











column. 












tains such reports from 551 to 1100 as are omitted from 












serial no. 5225, which contains reports on public bills. 


5281 


c 




do 


See "Notes" 


Reports on private bills, and on simple and concurrent 
resolutions of a private character, f This volume con- 










column. 












tains such reports from 1101 to 1400 as are omitted from 












serial nos. 5225 and 5226, which contain reports on 












public bills. 


6232 


D 




do 


See "Notes" 
column. 


Reports on private bills, and on simple and concurrent 
resolutions of a private character, f This volume con- 
tains such reports from 1404 to 1790 as are omitted from 
serial no. 5226, which contains reports on public bills. 


6233 


E 


.... 


do 


543 


Claims allowed under Bowman and Tucker acts. This 






is a report on a private bill, f omitted from serial no. 












5225, which contains reports on public bills. 


5284 


1 




S.docs 


1-3 


Secretary of Senate, 1907; etc. 


5235 


2 




do 


4,pt.l 


Congressional directory, 1st edition. 


5236 


3 





do 


4,pt.2 


Same, 2d edition. 


5237 


4 




do 


4,pt.3 


Same, 3d edition. 


5238 


5 




do 


5 


Government Printing Office, 1907. 


5239 


6 




do 


(3-8,57,155,242, 
405,501. 


Miscellaneous annual reports. 


6240 


7 




do 


See "Notes" 
column. 


Special messages, reports, and addresses, I. Contains 
S. docs. 91, 114, 115, 132, 151, 185, 187, 200, and 203. 



t«S««, for explanation of lettered volumes of reports on private bills and on simple and concurrent resolu- 
tions, and for explanation of numbering Senate and House documents throughout the Congress, the foot- 
note on p. 156. 

Heavy figures for volume numbers in the 2d column indicate volumes forwarded to depository 
libraries in the Congressional edition with report or document numbers and bearing the titles and 
volume numbers of the Congressional series. Light figures in the 2d column indicate volumes of 
annual reports and serial publications which, under the provisions of the joint resolution of Jan. 15, 
1908 (Stat. L. v. 35, pt. 1, p. 565), were taken out of the Congressional set for depository libraries; 
these volumes are sent to depository libraries in buckram binding, without Congressional notation, 
and having title-pages in conformity with the Departmental issues. 



159 



eotli CONGRESS,^ 1st 8ES8ION~Coutmued 



l§ 


1 


i 


Series 


Document no. 


Notes 


6241 


8 




S. docs 


See "Notes" 
column. 


Same, II. Contains 8. docs. 208, 213, 224, 225, 244-246, 
270, 277, 311. 


bi42 


9 




do 


See "Notes" 
column. 


Same, III. Contains S. docs. 366, 376, 379, 390, 406, 428, 
432, 433, 430, 444, 461, 50(), 512, 527, 628. 


hv 


10 
11 




do 


55 




K 




do 


[78-82,162,281, 
I 282,404,434. 
92 


Special reports to Manufactures Bureau. 
Governor of Porto Rico, 1907. 


m. 


12 
IS 




do 


6246 




do 


100 


Navy yearbook, 1907, with appropriations, 1883-1907. 
Mexican Kickapoo Indians, hearings, v. 1. 


6247 


14 




do 


215,pt. 1 


6248 


16 




do 


215, pt. 2 


Same, v. 2. 


6249 


16 




do 


r215,pt.3 

1350 . 


Same, v. 3. 








Treaty with Kickapoo Indians. 
Inland Waterways Commission. 
Schoolhouse Commission of District of Columbia. 


• 5260 


17 




do. . . 


325 


6251 


18 




do 


338 










389 . 


Brownsville affray: Report of inspector-general, mes- 
sages of President, etc. 


6262 


19 




do 












1402, pt.l 


Same: Discharge of companies, message from President, 
report of Secretary of War, etc. 


6268 


20 




do 


r402,pt.2 

1402, pt. 3 


Same: Court-martial of Charles W. Penrose. 




Same: Court-martial of Edgar A. Macklin. 


62»t 


21 




do 


402, pt. 4 


Same: Hearings, v. 1. 


6266 


22 




do 


402, pt. 5 


Same: Hearings, v. 2. 


5256 


23 




do 


r402,pt.6 

430 


Same: Hearings, v. 3. 

Same: Names of enlisted men discharged. 

Wrongs to Americans in Venezuela. 

Agriculture Department, expenditures, 1907. 

Same, estimates for 1909. 

Daughters of the American Revolution, 1907. 

Crow Indian Reservation, hearings. 


5257 


24 




do 


413 










r425 


6268 


25 




do 


1429 


6269 


26 




do 


431 


5260 


27 




do 


445,2pts 


6261 


'>8 




do 


632 


Juvenile crime and reformation. 


5262 


29 




do 


533 


Promotion of ramie industry. 








.. do 


534 












duplicate of S. doc. 533. 


5268 


80 




do 


536 


Appropriations, new offices, etc. 

Documents of a public nature, I. Contains S. docs. 101, 


5264 


81 




do 


See "Notes" 










column. 


116,117, 143, 145, 146, 154, 174, 175, 184, 186, 202,204-207, 
210, 212, 214, 216, 220, 221, 226, 232, 243, 256-258, 278, 279, 
283,296. 


5265 


82 




do 


See "Notes" 
column. 


Same, II. Contains S. docs. 297, 298, 308, 326, 337, 349, 
351,369,370,375, 377, 378, 392, 395, 400, 401, 415, 422, 423, 


k,. 










426, 427, 435, 437, 438, 443, 450, 452, 454, 456, 458, 460, 465, 
466. 
Same, III. Contains S. docs. 467-470, 487, 495, 504, 516, 


^M. 


83 


.... 


do 


See "Notes" 










column. 


518, 519, 521-525, 529-531, 535. 537 was printed as S. 
doc. 129, 61st Cong. 1st sess. 


5267 


84 


"" 


do 


See "Notes" 
column. 


Private claims and other minor documents, I. Con- 
tains S. docs. 9-54, 56, 58-77, 83-90, 93-99, 102-113, 118- 
131, 133-142, 144. 147-150, 153, 156-173, 176-183, 188-199. 



Heavy figures for volume numbers in the 2d column indicate volumes forwarded to depository 
libraries In the Congressional edition with report or document numbers and bearing the titles and 
volume numbers of the Concessional series. Light figures in the 2d column Indicate volumes of 
annual reports and serial publications which, under the provisions of the joint resolution of Jan. 16, 
1908 (Stat. L. V. 35, pt. 1, p. 565), were taken out of the Congressional set for depository libraries; 
these volumes are sent to depository libraries in buckram binding, without Concessional notation, 
and having title-pages in conformity with the Departmental issues. 



160 



eOtli CONGRESS, 1st SESSION— Continued 



52701 
52702 
5271 
5272 
5273 
5274 
*6275 
5^76 

• 5277 
' 5278 

• 6279 

• 5280 
5281 



5286 
5287 



5290 



5294 



20 



Series 



S. docs. 



.do.. 



docs. 
..do. 
..do.. 
..do.. 



..do.. 
..do.. 
..do.. 
..do.. 
..do.. 
..do.. 
..do.. 
..do.. 
..do.. 
..do.. 
..do.. 
..do.. 
..do-. 
..do.. 
..do.. 
..do.. 



.do. 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 

.do. 

.do, 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



Document no. 



See "Notes' 
column. 



See "Notes' 
column. 



2... 
2... 
2... 
2... 
2... 
2... 
2... 
2... 
709. 
636. 
26.. 
26.. 
26.. 
492. 
781. 
See "Notes' 
column. 



See "Notes' 
coliimn. 



32,210. 

3 

661.... 

4 

910.... 
5 



21 

717-720. 
721-723. 



Notes 



Same, II, Contains S. docs. 201, 209, 211, 217-219, 222, 
223, 227-231, 233-241, 247-255, 259-269, 271-276, 280, 284- 
295, 299-307, 309, 310, 312-324, 327-336, 339-348, 352-365, 
367, 368, 371-374, 380-388, 391, 393, 394, 396-399. 

Same, III. Contains S. docs. 403, 407-412, 414, 416-421, 
424, 439-442, 446-449, 451, 453, 455, 457, 459, 462-464, 471- 
486, 488-494, 496-500, 502, 503, 505, 507-511, 513-515, 517, 
520, 626. 

Message and Foreign relations, 1907, pt. 1. 

Same, pt. 2. 

War, 1907, v. 1: Secretary, Chief of staff, etc. 

Same, v. 2: Armament, transportation, and supply. 

Same, v. 3: Division and department commanders. 

Same, v. 4: Militia, military schools, and military parks. 

Same, v. 5: Engineers, report without appendixes. 

Same, v. 6: Ordnance. 

Same, v, 7: Philippine Commission, v. 1, 

Same, v. 8: Philippine Commission, v. 2, 

Same, v. 9: Philippine Commission, v. 3, 

Same, v. 10: Acts of Philippine Commission. 

Army register, 1908. 

Tests of metals, 1907, 

Engineer Department, 1907, with appendixes, pt. 1. 

Same, pt. 2. 

Same, pt. 3, 

Report of examination of Ohio River. 

Examination of Tennessee River. 

Examinations of rivers and harbors, I. Contains H. 
docs. 57, 58, 69-83, 216-224, 324-330, 346-351, 395-403, 
444-453, 463-465, 478, 479, 490, 491, 493, 503, 515,i516, 530- 
533, 556-560, 650-654, 665, 666, 692. 

Same, II. Contains H. docs. 758, 789, 811, 815, 823, 824, 
828, 829, 851 , 859, 865, 8G9, 870, 876, 881, 882, 890, 896, 904- 
909, 911, 917-920, 939, 941, 944, 945, 948, 960-955, 957-966, 
967,969-971, 

National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, 1907. 

Navy, 1907, 

Navy register, 1907, 

Post-Office, 1907. 

Special weighing of mails, 1907. 

Interior, 1907: Administrative, v, 1, Secretary, bureau 
officers, etc. 

Same: Administrative, v, 2, Indian affairs and Terri- 
tories, 

Same: Education, v. 1. 

Same: Education, v. 2. 

Mineral resources, 1906. 

Geological Survey bulletins 322-325. 

Same, 326-328. 



5296 

5297 
5298 
• 5299 
5300 
5301 

Heavy figures for volume numbers in the 2d column indicate volumes forwarded to depository 
libraries in the Congressional edition with report or document numbers and bearing the titles and 
volume numbers of the Congressional series. Light figures in the 2d column indicate volumes of 
annual reports and serial publications which, under the provisions of the joint resolution of Jan. 16, 
1908 (Stat. L. V. 35, pt. 1, p. 665), were taken out of the Congressional set for depository libraries; 
these volumes are sent to depository libraries in buckram binding, without Congressional notation, 
and having title-pages in conformity with the Departmental issues. 



161 



60th CONGRESS, 1st SESSION— Continued 



1^ 


Vol. 
Part 


Series 


Document no. 


Notes 


6802 


33 




II. docs 


724,725 


Same, 329,330. 


6808 


34 




do 


726-730 


Same, 331-335. 


6S0t 


35 




do 


731-734,930.... 


Same, 336-340. 


6806 


36 




do 


931 


Same, 341. 
Same, 342-345. 


P 


37 




do 


932,940,970,977. 


11807 


38 


.... 


do 


764-760 


Water-supply papers, 201-206. 


f5808 


39 




do 


770-775 


Same, 207-212. 


6809 


40 




do 


776-780,915.... 


Same, 213-218. 


6810 


41 L... 


do 


63 


Reclamation Service, 1907. 


6811 


42 




do 


620 


Patent Office 1907 


5812 


43 




do 


470 


Patent decisions, 1907. 


53i:j 


44 




do 


6 


Agriculture, 1907. 
Agriculture Yearbook, 1907. 
Beet-sugar industry in U. S., 1907. 
Animal Industry Bureau report, 1907, 24th. 
Experiment Stations Office, 1907. 
Field operations of Bureau of SoUs, 1907. 
Same, maps. 
Weather Bureau, 1907. 


5:{14 


45 




do 


987 


5315 


46 




do 


980 


5316 


47 




do 


978 


5317 


48 




do 


984 


531S 


49 




do 


979 


5319 


50 




do 


979 


53'20 


51 




do 


983 


5321 


52 




do 


7 


Commerce and Labor, 1907. 




912, 2 pts 


Cotton exchanges, summary of report of commissioner 


5322 


53 




do 


949,3pts 


of corporations, 3 pts. 
Same, full report, 3 pts., including reprint of summary. 


5323 


M 




do 


17 


Coast and Geodetic Survey, 1907. 
Fisheries Bureau Bulletin, 1907. 


5324 


55 




do 


981 


5825 


56 




do 


982 


Labor Bureau, 22d annual report, 1907: Labor laws of 

U.S. 
Labor Bureau bulletins, v. 15, nos. 71-73. 


5826 


57 




do 


580, 3 pts 


5327 


58 




do 


857,3pts 


Same, v. 16, nos. 74-76. 


5328 


59 




do 


582-584 


Monthly consular and trade reports, nos. 322-324, July- 
Sept. 1907. 


5829 


60 




do 


585-587 


Same, nos. 325-327, Oct.-Dec. 1907. 


5330 


61 




do 


588-590 


Same, nos. 328-330, Jan.-Mar. 1908. 


6331 


62 




do 


591-593 


Same, nos. 331-333, Apr.-June, 1908. 


6882 


63 




do 


846 


Special consular reports, v. 40, 2 pts.: Motor machines. 
Navigation Bureau, Commerce and Labor Dept., 1907, 

pt.l. 
Same, pt. 2: Navigation and merchant marine laws. 


5388 


64 




do 


14 


5834 


65 




do 


14 


5385 


66 




do 


16 


39th aimual list of merchant vessels of U. S., 1907. 


5336 


67 




do 


13 


Commerce and navigation, 1907. 

Monthly summary of commerce and finance, July- 


5837 


68 




do 


15, pts. 1-3.... 












Sept. 1907. 


5838 


69 




do 


15, pts. 4-6.... 


Same, Oct.-Dec. 1907. 


6889 


70 




do 


15, pts. 7-9.... 


Same, Jan.-Mar. 1908. 


5840 


71 




do 


15, pts. 10 12.. 


Same, Apr.-June, 1908. 


5341 


72 




do 


853 


Statistical abstract, 1907. 


6342 


73 




do 


8 


District of Columbia, 1907, v. 1: Commissioners, etc. 


6848 


74 




do 


8 


Same, v. 2: Engineer Department. 


6844 


75 




do 


8 


Same, v. 3: Health Department. 



Heavy flgnres for volume numbers in the 2d column indicate volumes forwarded to depository 
libraries in the Congressional edition with report or document numbers and bearing the titles and 
volume numbers of the Congressional series. Light figures in the 2d column indicate volumes of 
annual reports and serial publications which, under the provisions of the joint resolution of Jan. 15, 
1908 (Stat. L. V. 35, pt. 1, p. 565). were taken out of the Congressional set for depository libraries; 
these volumes are sent to depository libraries in buckram binding, without Congressional notation, 
and having title-pages in conformity with the Departmental issues. 



82452°— 11- 



-11 



162 



60tli CONGRESS, 1st SESSION— Continued 



•3 . 



5845 
5346 
5347 

5848 

5849 
5850 
5851 
5852 
5858 
5854 

5855 

5356 

5857 



5859 



5361 



5364 



5367 
5368 
5369 
5370 
5371 
5872 

5378 



5874 



6875 



79 



87 



94 



100 
101 
102 
103 

104 



105 



106 



H. docs. 
....do.. 
....do.. 



.do. 



....do... 
....do... 
....do... 
....do... 
....do... 
....do... 

....do... 

....do... 

..-.do... 

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....do... 
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....do... 
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....do 



..do 



.do. 



Document no. 



J12,23. 
[458,880. 

11.. 

20.. 

19.. 

456. 

702. 

840-«45,872. 



10. 



603,pts. 1-3.. 

603,pts. 4-6.. 
603,pts. 7-9.. 
603, pts. 10-12 

600 

454 

18 

423 

847,pt. 1 

847, pt. 2 

825 

986 

986 

648 

985 

See "Notes" 

column. 
See "Notes" 

column. 

See "Notes" 
column. 

See "Notes" 
column. 



Notes 



Same, v. 4: Education Board. 

Same, v. 5: Insurance Department, 1906, 2 pts. 

Treasury (Finances) 1907. 

Estimates for 1909; Receipts and expenditures, 1907. 

Deficiency estimates. 

Comptroller of Currency, 1907. 

Internal Revenue Commissioner, 1907. 

Mint Bureau, production of precious metals, 1906. 

Public Health and Marine-Hospital Service, 1907. 

Hygienic Laboratory bulletin 41. 

Same, 36-40, 42, 43. Bulletins 1-35 not in Congressional 
set. 

Yellow Fever Institute bulletin 16. Bulletins 1-15 not 
in Congressional set. 

Justice, 1907: v. 1, Attorney-General; v. 2, Miscella- 
neous. 

American Republics Bureau, Monthly bulletin, v. 25 
nos. 1-3, July-Sept. 1907. 

Same, v. 25, nos. 4-<i, Oct.-Dec. 1907. 

Same, v. 26, nos. 1-3, Jan.-Mar. 1908. 

Same, v. 26, nos. 4-6, Apr.-June, 1908. 

Civil Service Commission, 1907. 

Interstate Commerce Commission, 1907, 21st. 

Library of Congress, 1907. 

House manual. 

Smithsonian Institution, 1907 [pt. 1]. 

Same[pt. 2]: National Museum, 1907. 

Ethnology report, 1905, 26th. 

American Historical Association, 1906, v. 1. 

Same, v. 2: Public archives of the States. 

Estimates for salaries in Executive Departments, etc. 

Document index, no. 14, 60th Congress, 1st session. 

Miscellaneous annual reports, I. Contains H. docs. 22, 
24, 25, 31, 33, 49, 59-62, 64, 317, 331, 333. 

Same, II. Contains H. docs. 357, 373, 374, 378, 422, 430, 
437, 438, 459, 460, 499, 541, 549, 553, 561, 601, 611, 693, 713, 
746, 783, 793, 887, 913. 

Miscellaneous special reports. Contains 54, 213, 352, 384, 
476, 502, 540, 552, 607, 664, 669, 686, 714, 756, 812, 817, 830, 
860, 864, 867, 868, 871, 914, 935, 966, 968, 974. 

Miscellaneous estimates. Contains 34, 35, 38, 39, 41, 42, 
44, 45, 67, 68, 211, 212, 215, 228, 229, 319, 354-356, 375, 383, 
424, 427, 431, 433-436, 466, 468, 469, 473, 477, 480-482, 484, 
494-496, 498, 504, 506-508, 510, 518-523, 525, 542-546, 554, 
555, 563, 576-578, 602, 605, 612, 613, 617, 635, 637, 639, 640, 
642, 643, 658, 659, 662, 670-674, 682-685, 688, 708, 712, 716, 
740, 742, 748, 761-763, 784, 791, 802-804, 807, 808, 814, 816, 
818-820, 826, 827, 831-836, 838, 848, 854, 855, 858, 862, 866, 
873, 874, 877, 879, 883-886, 889, 898-900, 903, 916, 921-924, 
927-929, 933, 936-938, 942, 946, 947. 

Heavy figures for volume numbers in the 2d column Indicate volumes forwarded to depository 
libraries in the Congressional edition with report or document numbers and bearing the titles and 
volume numbers of the Congressional series. Light figures in the 2d column indicate volumes of 
annual reports and serial publications which, under the provisions of the joint resolution of Jan. 15, 
1908 (Stat. L. V. 35, pt. 1, p. 565), were taken out of the Congressional set for depository libraries; 
these volumes are sent to depository libraries in buckram binding, without Congressional notation, 
and having title-pages in conformity with the Departmental issues. 



163 



60tll CONGRESS, 1st SESSION— Continued 



h 


i 


1 


Series 


Document no. 


Notes 


mw 


107 


.... 


H.docs 


See "Notes" 
column. 


Court of (naims flndinKs. Contains 37, 84-209, 240-^12 
334-345, 358-372, 385-394, 404-418, 439-443, 4<)2, 472, 488, 
489, 612-^14, 634-639, 650, 651, 562, 66(W75, G19, C2(W»32, 


! 








646, 647, 660, 667, 668, 675-681, 689-691, 694-701, 735-737, 












743-745, 751, 757, 759, 760, 782, 786-788, 794-799, 801, 809, 












813, 821, 822, 837, 850, 861, 863, 875, 878, 888, 891-«94, 934, 
956 


6S77 


108 





do 


See "Notes" 
column. 


Miscellaneous. Contains 27-30, 36, 40, 43, 46-48, 50-53, 
55, 56, 65, 66, 214, 225-227, 230-239, 313-316, 318, 320-323, 
332, 353, 376, 377, 379-382, 419-421, 425, 426, 428, 429, 432, 
455, 457, 461, 467, 471, 474, 475, 483, 485-487, 497, 500, 501, 
505, 509, 511, 517, 524, 526-529, 547, 548, 564, 565, 579, 581, 
594-599, 604, 606, 608-610, 614-616, 618, 621-625, 633, 634, 
638, 641, 644, 645, 649, 655-657, 663, 687, 703-707, 710, 711, 
715, 738, 739, 741, 747, 749, 750, 752-755, 785, 790, 792, 800, 
805, 806, 810, 849, 852, 856, 895, 897, 901, 902, 925, 926, 943, 
972, 973, 975. 



eotli CONGRESS, 2d SESSION t 
Dec. 7, 1908-Mar. 4, 1909 



5878 
5379 
5380 



1881 



S. journal — 

H. journal 

S. reports 



..do.... 



-do. 



697-1111 (with Reports on public bills. Contains 697, 699, 700, 702-707, 
exceptions). 710-718, 720-722, 725, 74(V-743, 747-750, 754-759, 761-764, 
767, 770-776, 778, 780-782, 793, 800-809, 811-813, 816-820, 
825-844, 846-848, 855, 856, 858, 864, 865, 868, 872-877, 880- 
883, 885, 887, 889, 890, 893-895, 897, 900, 902, 903, 907, 908, 
910-912, 916-919, 921-923, 925, 926, 928-930, 932, 933, 935- 
937, 941, 942, 949, 950, 955, 960-962, 964-966, 968, 969, 971, 
973-976, 979-981, 983, 987, 989-991, 993-1003, 1006-1009, 
1011-1013, 1015, 1017-1020, 1024, 1025, 1027, 1029, 1032- 
1039, 1042, 1044, 1047-1052, 1054-1062, 1068, 1070, 1072, 
1075, 1080-1084, 1087, 1088, 1090-1094, 1096-1099, 1101, 
1103, 1104, 1106-1109, 1111. 701 is in serial no. 5381. 
Other numbers missing from serial no. 5380 are for 
reports on private bills and on simple and concurrent 
resolutions, t which are bound in Senate reports, v. A 
and B, serial nos. 5382 and 5383. 

701,2pts Business of Post-Office Department, final report on 

revision of postal laws. 

See "Notes" Reports on private bills and on simple resolutions, t 
colimin. This volume contains such reports from 698 to 934 as 

are omitted from serial no. 5380, which contains re- 
ports on public bills. 

t See, for explanation of lettered volumes of reports on private bills and on simple and concurrent resolu- 
tions, and for explanation of numbering Senate and House documents throughout the Congress, the foot- 
note on p. 150. 

Heavy figures for volume numbers In the 2d column indicate volumes forwarded to depository 
libraries In the Congressional edition with report or document numbers and bearing the titles and 
volume numbers of the Congressional series. Light figures in the 2d column indicate volumes of 
aimual reports and serial publications which, under the provisions of the joint resolution of Jan, 15, 
1908 (Stat. L. V. 35, pt. 1, p. 565), were taken out of the Congressional set for depository libraries; 
these volumes are sent to depository libraries in buckram binding, without Congressional notation, 
and having title-pages in conformity with the Departmental issues. 



164 



GOth CONGRESS, 2d SESSION— Continued 



l§ 


•3 


« 


Series 


Document no. 


Notes 




> 


£ 








5383 


B 

- 




S. reports 


See "Notes" 
column. 


Reports on private bills and on simple resolutions, t 
This volume contains such reports from 938 to 1114 as 
are omitted from serial no. 5380, which contains reports 
on public bills. 


6384 


1 




H. reports 


1793-2326 (with 
exceptions). 


Reports on public bills. Contains 1793, 1794, 1797, 1805, 
1806, pt. 1, 1807-1813, 1815, 1821, 1823, 1825, 1827-1829, 
1831, 1833-1836, 1841, 1842, 1845, 1851-1853, 1855, 1856, 
1858-1867, 1869, 1875, 1877, 1878, 1880, 1881, 1883-1886, 
1889, 1890, 1892-1903, 1907-1909, 1911, 1915, 1916, 1919, 
1920, 1922-1925, 1935, 1936, 1938-1943, 1945-1947, 1961, 
1963-1968, 1970, 1972, 1976, 1979, 1981, 1982, 1984-1987, 
1991-1993, 1996, 1998-2000, 2003, 2013-2022, 2025-2027, 
2029-2034, 2036, 2037, 2041, 2043-2047, 2049, 2053, 2054, 
2056, 2059, 2061, 2062, 2065-2083, 2085-2088, 2091, 2092, 
2095, 2099-2108, 2113, 2122, 2130, 2131, 2135, 2138, 2139, 
2141-2147, 2149-2155, 2157-2161, 2164, 2166-2169, 2177, 
2180-2188, 2190, 2194, 2196-2205, 2208, 2209, 2211-2216, 
2218, 2222-2225, 2227, 2229, 2230, 2232-2234, 2236-2239, 
2241, 2243-2245, 2247-2249, 2253-2261, 2264, 2265, 2269- 
22'/2, 2274-2276, 2281-2284, 2290-2299, 2301, 2302, 2305- 
2308, 2310-2312, 2316-2319, 2321 , 2324-2326. 1806, pt. 2, 
not included in bound volumes, because duplicate of 
Senate report 701, pt. 2, in serial no. 5381. 2320 is 
in serial no. 5387. Other numbers missing from serial 
no. 5384 are for reports on private bills and on simple 
and coijcurrent resolutions, t which are bound in 
House reports, v. A and B, serial nos. 5385 and 5386. 


6885 


A 




do 


See "Notes" 
column. 


Reports on private bills and on simple and concurrent 
resolutions, f This volume contains such reports from 
1795 to 2002 as are omitted from serial no. 5384, which 
contains reports on public bills. 


5886 


B 




do 


See "Notes" 
column. 


Reports on private bills and on simple and concurrent 
resolutions.t This volume contains such reports from 
2004 to 2323 as are omitted from serial no. 5384, which 
contains reports on public bills. 2320 is in serial no. 
5387. 


5387 


c 




do 


2320 


Fraud in and depredations upon public service, report, 












with testimony. This is a report on a simple resolu- 












tion, f omitted from serial no. 6384, which contains 












reports on public bills. 


5388 


1 




S. docs 


538t 


Congressional directory, 1st edition. 


5389 


2 




do 


1 --•■-•■ — 
538t- 


Same, 2d edition. 


5390 


3 




do 


543 


Secretary of Senate, 1908. 
Customs tariffs, 1846-97. 




4 

5 


.... 


do 

do 


547 


5391 


[683 


Hearings on customs administrative laws. 


5392 


570 


Navy yearbook, 1908, with naval appropriations, 1883- 












1908. 



t See, for explanation of lettered volumes of reports on private bills and on simple and concurrent resolu- 
tions, and for explanation of numbering Senate and House documents throughout the Congress, the foot- 
note on p. 156. 

Heavy figures for volume numbers in the 2d column indicate volumes forwarded to depository 
libraries in the Congressional edition with report or document numbers and bearing the titles and 
volume numbers of the Congressional series. Light figures in the 2d column indicate volumes of 
annual reports and serial pubUcations which, under the provisions of the joint resolution of Jan. 15, 
1908 (Stat. L. V. 35, pt. 1, p. 565), were taken out of the Congressional set for depository libraries; 
these volumes are sent to depository libraries in buckram binding, withooit Congressional notation, 
and having title-pages in conformity with the Departmentar issues. 



165 



Goth CONGRESS, 2d SE88ION-~Continued 



Series 



Document no. 



Notes 



589S 
68M 



6897 

6M6 



MOO 
5401 



5402 



5403 



5405 



5407 



5108 



&109 



5410 



5411 
5412 

5418 

• 5414 
5415 
5416 
5417 

5418 

5419 
5420 



21 



22 



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do... 

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578 

644 

638 

664 

676 

676 

676 

721 

725 

728 

735 

762-767,771... 

768 

769 

See "Notes" 
column. 



See "Notes' 
column. 

See "Notes' 
column. 

See "Notes' 
colimin. 




Governor of Porto Rico, 1908. 

Reports relating to District of Columbia. 

Reports of President's Homes Commission. 

Estimates for salaries in ICxecutive Departments, etc. 

Goveniment Printing Office, 1908. 

National Conservation Commission, v. 1. 

Same, v. 2. 

Same, v. 3. 

Proceedings of conference on care of dependent children. 

Investigation of Western Union and Postal Telegraph- 
Cable companies. 

Secret proceedings and debates of Federal Convention, 
1787. 

Final report of Jamestown Ter-Centermial Commission. 

Eulogies: S. R. Mallory, J. T. Morgan and E. W. Pettus, 
Redfleld Proctor, W. P. Whyte, W. B. Allison, A. C. 
Latimer, W. J. Bryan. 

Appropriations, new offices, etc. 

Senate manual. 

Documents of a public nature, I. Contains S. docs. 539, 
542, 54(5, 503, 571, 579, 582, 583, 585-587, 589, 591-593, 604, 
617, 619, 626, 628-631, 634, 635, 637, 639, 640, 645, 646, 648, 
649, 651-^53. 

Same, II. Contains S. docs. 656-658, 660, 661, 665-668, 
670, 675, 677, 680, 682, 684, 686-ti93, 696, 698-701, 704-708, 
712-714, 716-720, 722, 729-731. 

Same, III. Contains S. docs. 733, 736-738, 740-744, 762, 
753, 756-761, 770. 

Private claims and other minor documents. Contains 
540, 541, 544, 545, 548-562, 564-569, 572-577, 580, 581, 684, 
588, 590, 594-598, 600-603, 605-616, 618, 620-625, 627, 632, 
633, 636, 641-643, 647, 650, 654, 655, 659, 662, 663, 669, 671- 
674, 678, 679, 681, 685, 694, 095, 097, 702, 703, 709-711, 715, 
723, 724, 726, 727, 732, 734, 739, 745-751, 754, 755. 

Message and Foreign relations, 1908. 

Treasury (Finances) 1908. 

Estimates of appropriations, 1910. 

Receipts and expenditures, 1908. 

Deficiency estimates. 

Comptroller of Currency, 1908. 

Commissioner of Internal Revenue, 1908. 

Mint Bureau, production of precious metals, 1907. 

PubUc Health and Marine-Hospital Service, 1908. 

Hygienic Laboratory bulletins 44-48. 

Same, 49-53. 

Yellow Fever Institute bulletin 17. 
War, 1908, v. 1: Secretary, Chief of staff. Adjutant 
general, etc. 



Heavy figures for volume numbers in the 2d column indicate volumes forwarded to depository 
libraries in the Congressional edition with report or document numbers and bearing the titles and 
volume numbers of the Congrressional series. Light figures in the 2d column indicate volumes of 
annual reports and serial pubUcations which, under the provisions of the joint resolution of Jan. 16, 
1908 Stat. L. V. 35. pt. 1, p. 565), were taken out of the Congressional set for depository libraries; 
these volumes are sent to depository Ubraries in buckram binding, without Congressional notation, 
and having title-pages In conformity with the Departmental issues. 



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OQ 



Document no. 



Notes 



5421 

M22 

5423 

5424 

5425 

«5426 

f5427 

• 5428 

#5429 

54S0 

5431 



5434 
5435 
5436 

5487 



5438 
5439 
5440 
5441 
5442 
5443 
5444 
5445 
5446 
5447 
5448 
5449 
5450 
5451 



5453 
5454 
5455 
5456 
5457 

6458 

5459 

5460 

5461 



27 



50 



51 



52 



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1042 

1042 

1042 

1042 

1042 

1042 

1042 

1042 

1042 

1467 

1052 

1052 

1052 

1123 

1124 

See "Notes" 

column. 
See "Notes" 

column. 



1314. 
1484. 
1484. 
1484. 
1484. 
1054. 
1322. 
1043. 
1035. 
1044. 
1220. 
1045. 
1466. 
1024. 
1046. 



1046 

1046 

1046 

1001,1010-1013. 
1015,1025-1027. 
(1028-1030,1033, 

1036. 

1037 

1038,1039,1055- 

1061,1389. 
jl390,1475,1507- 

1509. 
1510,1519,1521, 

1522. 



Same, v. 2: Armament, transportation, and supply. 

Same, v. 3: Division and department commanders. 

Same, v. 4: Military schools and military parks. 

Same, v. 5: Engineers, report without appendixes. 

Same, v. G: Ordnance. 

Same, v. 7: Philippine Commission, pt. 1. 

Same, v. 8, pt. 1: Philippine Commission, pt. 2. 

Same, v. 8, pt. 2: Philippine Commission, appendix. 

Same, v. 9: Acts of Philippine Legislature. 

Army register, 1909. 

Engineer Department, 1908, with appendixes, pt. 1. 

Same, pt. 2. 

Same, pt. 3. 

Examination and survey of Sacramento River. 

Examination and survey of San Joaquin River, etc. 

Examination of rivers and harbors, I. Contains H. 

docs. 1081-1089, 1103, 1107-1122, 1125, 1159-1163. 
Same, II. Contains H. docs. 1164-1168, 1187-1190, 1211, 

1212, 1216-1218, 1236, 1250, 1251, 1253, 1311, 1312, 1421, 

1454,1471,1481,1488. 
Materials and labor for Engineer Department, 1908. 
Laws, etc., eflective in Porto Rico, May 1, 1900, pt. 1. 
Same, pt. 2. 
Same, pt. 3. 
Same, pt. 4. 

Isthmian Canal Commission, 1908. 
Tests of metals, 1908. 
Justice (Attorney-General) 1908. 
Official opinions of Attorneys-General, v. 26. 
Post-Office, 1908. 
Pneumatic Tube Commission. 
Navy, 1908. 
Navy register, 1909. 
Naval war records, series 1, v. 22. 
Interior, 1908: Administrative, v. 1, Secretary, bureau 

officers, etc. 
Same: Administrative, v.2, Indian affairs and Territories. 
Same: Education, v. 1. 
Same: Education, v. 2. 
Geological Survey bulletins 346-350. 
Same, 351-354, 

Same, 355-359. 

Same, 360. 

Same, 361-370. 

■Same, 371-375, 

Same, 376-379. 



Heavy figures for volume numbers in the 2d column indicate volumes forwarded to depository 
libraries in the Congressional edition with report or document numbers and bearing the titles and 
volume numbers of the Congressional series. Light figures In the 2d column Indicate volumes of 
annual reports and serial publications which, under the provisions of the joint resolution of Jan. 15, 
1908 (Stat. L. V. 35, pt, 1, p. 565), were taken out of the Congressional set for depository libraries; 
these volumes are sent to depository libraries In buckram binding, without Congressional notation, 
and having title-pages In conformity with the Departmental Issues. 



167 



eoth CONGRESS, 2d SESSION— Continued 



84 



85 



87 



Series 



II. docs. 
....do.. 

....do.. 



.do. 
•do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 

-do. 

.do. 
.do. 
.do. 

.do. 

.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



-do. 

-do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 

.do. 
.do. 
-do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



DootiTnent no. 



1523 

153C 

1537-1540,1546- 
1548. 

154^1554 

1002 

1003 

1004,1005 

1006 

(1007,1008,1558, 
I 1559. 

1077 

1077 

101&-1022,1294. 
(1295-1297,1524- 
I 1526,1534. 

1535,1555-1557. 

1407 

1349 

1174 

1047 

1560 

1542 

1157 



1221. 

1271. 
1568. 
1254. 
1561. 
1569. 
1569. 
1570. 
1048. 
1034. 
1571. 
1571. 
1665. 



1016, 3 pts. 
1527, 3 pts. 

1566 

1566 

1567 

1567 



Notes 



Same, 380. 
Same, 381. 

Same, 382-388. 

Same, 389-394. 

Geological Survey professional paper 69. 

Same, 60. 

Same, 61,62. 

Same, 63. 

Same, 64-^7. 

Mineral resources, 1907, pt. 1. 

Same, pt. 2. 

Water-supply papers, 219-223. 

Same, 224-230. 



Same, 231-234. 

Patent Office, 1908. 

Patent decisions, 1908. 

Reclamation Service, 1908. 

Agriculture, 1908. 

Agriculture Yearbook, 1908. 

Beet-sugar industry in U. S., 1908. 

Agriculture Department expenses, 1908, detailed state- 
ment. 

Agriculture Department expenses, appropriations, and 
estimates. 

Forest Service expenses, appropriations, and estimates. 

Animal Industry Bureau report, 1908, 25th. 

Special report on diseases of cattle, 1908 edition. 

Experiment Stations Office, 1908. 

Field operations of Bureau of Soils, 1908. 

Same, maps. 

Weather Bureau, 1908. 

Commerce and Labor Department, 1908. 

Coast and Geodetic Survey, 1908. 

Fisheries Bureau Bulletin, 1908, pt. 1. 

Same, pt. 2. 

Labor Bureau, 23d annual report, 1908: Workmen's in- 
surance and benefit funds in U. S. 

Labor Bureau bulletins, v. 17, nos. 77-79. 

Same, v. 18, nos. 80-82. 

Commercial relations, 1907, v. 1. 

Same, v. 2. 

Same, 1908, v. 1. 

Same, v. 2. 

988 1-090 Monthly consular and trade reports, nos. 334-336, July- 

, Sept. 1908. 

t See, for explanation of lettered volumes of reports on private bills and on simple and concurrent resolu- 
tions, and for explanation of numbering Senate and House documents throughout the Congress, the foot- 
note on p. 156. 

Heavy flgrures for volume numbers in the 2d column indicate volumes forwarded to depository 
libraries in the Congressional edition with report or document numbers and bearing the titles and 
volume numbers of the Congressional series. Light figures In the 2d column indicate volumes of 
annual reports and serial publications which, under the provisions of the joint resolution of Jan. 16, 
1908 (Stat. L. V. 35, pt. 1, p. 665), were taken out of the Congressional set for depository libraries; 
these volumes are sent to depository Ubrarles In buckram binding, without Congressional notation, 
and having title-pages In conformity with the Departmental issues. 



168 



eOtli CONGRESS, 2d SESSION— Continued 



•3 . 


1 


1 

(^ 


5602 


92 




5503 


93 




5604 


94 


.... 


6506 


95 





5606 


96 




6507 


97 




• 6508 


98 




6509 


99 




5610 


100 




5511 


101 




6612 


102 




6513 


103 




5514 


104 




5515 


105 




5616 


106 




6517 


107 




6518 


108 




6519 


109 




5620 


110 




5521 


111 




6522 


112 




6623 


113 




6524 


114 




6526 


115 




6626 


116 




6527 


117 




5528 


118 




5629 


119 




6680 


120 




6631 


121 




5532 


122 




6533 


123 




5684 


124 




6636 


125 




6636 


126 




5637 


127 




5538 


128 




5589 


129 





Series 



Document no. 



Notes 



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...do... 

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.do.... 
.do... 



..do.. 

..do.. 
..do.. 
..do.. 



1 1268-1270, 1330, 
i 1342,1353,1498 

1283 

1023 

1511 

1017, pts. 1-3.. 

1017, pts. 4-6.. 
1017, pts. 7-9.. 
1017, pts. 10-12 

1541 

1000, pts. 1-3.. 

1000, pts. 4-6.. 
1000, pts. 7-9.. 
1000, pts. 10-12 
1000, pts. 1-3.. 

1000, pts. 4-6.. 



docs 991-993 Same, 337-339, Oct.-Dec. 1908. 

-do 994-996 Same, 340-342, Jan.-Mar. 1909. 

-do 997-999 Same, 343-345, Apr.-June, 1909. 

{Special reports on manufacturing and trade conditions 
abroad. 
Navigation Bureau, Commerce and Labor Dept., 1908. 
40th annual list of merchant vessels of U. S., 1908. 
Commerce and navigation, 1908. 
Monthly summary of commerce and finance, July-Sept. 

1908. 
Same, Oct.-Dec. 1908. 
Same, Jan.-Mar. 1909. 
Same, Apr.-June, 1909. 
Statistical abstract, 1908. 
American Republics Bureau, Monthly bulletin, English 

section, v. 27, nos. 1-3, July-Sept. 1908. 
Same, English section, v. 27, nos. 4-6, Oct.-Dec. 1908. 
Same, English section, v. 28, nos. 1-3, Jan.-Mar. 1909. 
Same, English section, v. 28, nos. 4-6, Apr.-June, 1909. 
Same, secciones espanola, portuguesa, francesa, v. 27, 

nos. 1-3, Julio-Septiembre, 1908. 
Same, secciones espanola, portuguesa, francesa, v. 27, 

nos. 4-6, Octobre-Diciembre, 1908. 
Civil Service Commission, 1908. 
District of Columbia, 1908, v. 1: Commissioners, etc. 
Same, v. 2: Engineer Department. 
Same, v. 3: Health Department. 
Same, v. 4: Education Board. 

Same, v. 5,/2 pts. : Insurance, 1907. Not to be issued. 
Interstate jCommerce Commission, 1908, 22d. 
Library of Congress, 1908. 

National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, 1908. 
Smithsonian Institution, 1908 [pt. 1]. 
Same [pt. 2]: National Museum. 
Ethnology report, 1906, 27th. 
Ethnology bulletin 37: Antiquities in Missouri. 
Same, 38: Unwritten literature of Hawaii, sacred songs 

of the Hula. 
Same, 39: Tlingit myths and texts. 
Same, 40, pt. 1: Handbook of Amer. Indian languages, 

pt. 1. Other parts not yet (May, 1911) issued. 
Same, 41: Antiquities of Mesa Verde National Park:, 

Spruce-tree House. 
Same, 42: Tuberculosis among Indians of U. S. 
American Historical Association, 1907, v. 1. 
Same, v. 2: Texan diplomatic correspondence. 
Conference of governors on conservation of natural re- 
sources, Washington, D. C, May 13-15, 1908. 
I Eulogies: Llewellyn Powers, W. H. Parker, D. L. D. 
Granger, A. L. Brick, C. T. Dunwell, Adolph Meyer, 
Campbell Slemp, A. A. Wiley, G. W. Smith. 

Heavy figures for volume numbers in the 2d column indicate volumes forwarded to depository 
libraries in the Congressional edition with report or document numbers and bearing the titles and 
volume numbers of the Congressional series. Light figures in the 2d column indicate volumes of 
annual reports and serial publications which, under the provisions of the joint resolution of Jan. 16, 
1908 (Stat. L. V. 35, pt. 1, p. 565), were taken out of the Congressional set for depository libraries; 
these volumes are sent to depository libraries in buckram binding, without Congressional notation, 
and having title-pages in conformity with the Departmental Issues. 



.do. 



1158 

1049 

1049 

1049 

1049 

1049 

1317 

1032 

1106,1219.. 

1543, pt. 1 . 

1543, pt. 2. 

1572 

[1500 

llSOl 

1528 

1529 

1530 

1531 

1282 

1282 

1425 



1512-1518, 1544, 
1545. 



169 



eoth CONGRESS, 2d SESSION— Continued 



f] 


1 


1 


Series 


Document no. 


Notes 


r — 

5M0 


180 




II. docs 


1053 


House manual. 


5541 


181 




do 


1062 


Report of clerk of House. 


5.VI2 


182 




do 


irKG 


Pulp and paper investigation hearings, v. 1. 


6o43 


133 




do 


1502 


Same, v. 2. 


5o^l4 


\U 




do 


1502 


Same, v. 3. 


bb4o 


185 




do 


1502 


Same, v. 4. 


6546 


186 




do 


1502 


Same, v. 5, and v. 6, index. 


5d47 


137 




do 


1503 


Notes on tariff revision. 


5«>48 


188 




do 


1504 


Imports and duties, 1894-1907. 
Tariff hearings, v. 1. 


5549 


139 




do 


1505 


6.'>uO 


140 




do 


1505 


Same, v. 2. 


bohl 


141 




do 


1505 


Same, v. 3. 


6oo2 


14fl 




do 


1505 


Same, v, 4. 


5558 


143 




do 


1505 


Same, v. 5. 


55o4 


144 




do 


1605 


Same, v. 6. 


5o»o 


145 




do 


1505 


Same, v. 7. 


6556 


146 




do 


1505 


Same, v. 8, appendix, and v. 9, index. 


6557 


147 




..,..do 


See "Notes" 
column. 


Documents of a public nature. Contains 1071, 1098, 








1105, 1154, 1179, 1185, 1194, 1201-1208, 1210, 1213, 1214, 












1222, 1223, 1227, 1234, 1252, 1255, 1262-1265, 1267, 1275- 












1277, 1290-1292, 1298, 1300, 1302, 1304, 1305, 1310, 1325, 












1328, 1331, 1336, 1337, 1345, 1350, 1357, 1364, 1365, 1376, 












1409, 1411, 1412, 1418-1420, 1423, 1428, 1431, 1446, 1455- 












1458, 1464, 1476, 1479, 1480, 1482, 1489, 1494, 1495, 1499, 












1506. 


6558 


148 




do 


See "Notes" 
column. 


Privateclaims and other minor documents, I. Contains 








H. docs. 1063-1070, 1072-1076, 1078, 1080, 1090-1097, 












1099-1102, 1104, 1126-1153, 1155, 1156, 1169-1173, 1176- 












1178, 1180-1184, 1186, 1191-1193, 1196-1200. 


5569 


149 




do 


See "Notes" 
column. 


Same, II. Contains H. docs. 1209, 1215, 1224-1226, 1228- 
1233, 1235, 1237-1249, 1256-1261, 1266, 1272-1274, 1278- 
1281, 1284-1289, 1293, 1299, 1301, 1303, 130fr-1309, 1313, 
1315, 1316, 1318-1321, 1323, 1324, 1326, 1327, 1329, 1332- 
1336, 1338-1341, 1343, 1346-1348, 1351, 1352, 1354-1356, 
1358-1363, 1367-1375, 1377-1388, 1391-1405, 1408, 1410, 
1413-1417, 1422, 1424, 1426, 1427, 1429, 1430, 1432-1440, 
1442-1445, 1447-1453, 1459-1463, 1468-1470, 1472-1474, 
1477, 1478, 1483, 1485-1487, 1499-1493, 1496, 1497. 


5560 


I.V) 




do 


1573 


Document index, no. 15, 60th Congress, 2d session. 


5561 


151 




do 


1674 


Document catalogue, v. 9, 60th Congress, July 1, 1907- 












June30,1909. 



Heavy figures for volume numbers in the 2d column indicate volumes forwarded to depository 
libraries in the Congressional edition with report or document numbers and bearing the titles and 
volume numbers of the Congrressional series. Light figures in the 2d column indicate volumes of 
annual reports and serial publications which, under the provisions of the joint resolution of Jan. 16, 
1908 Stat. L. V. 35. pt. 1, p. 565), were taken out of the Congressional set for depository libraries; 
these volumes are sent to depository libraries in buckram binding, without Congressional notation, 
and having title-pages in conformity with the Departmental issues. 



U 



li 



}v 



i(>ty S90 ^ (^L 






r T^ ^ 



APPENDIXES TO 

CONGRESSIONAL TABLES 

(Reprinted, with changes and additions, from p. 757-769 of " Tables of and annotated index to Congressional 
series of United States public documents," issued by the Superintendent of Documents in 1902.] 



(171) 



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^TIW 



APPENDIX 1 

TABLE SHOWING NUMBER OF DOCUMENTS AND REPORTS INCLUDED IN 
CONGRESSIONAL SET, FROM 16TH TO 60TH CONGRESS, INCLUSIVE, 
ARRANGED BY CONGRESSES 



SENATE 


HOUSE 


Congre« 


Docu- 
ments 


Execu- 
tive 
docu- 
ments 


Miscel- 
laneous 
docu- 
ments 


Com- 
mittee 

re- 
ports 


Total 


Docu- 
ments 


Execu- 
tive 
docu- 
ments 


Miscel- 
laneous 
docu- 
ments 


Com- 
mittee 

re- 
ports 


Total 


15 


295 
255 
138 
125 
174 
313 
222 
267 
668 
657 
853 
859 
815 
585 
714 








295 


352 








352 


!('. 








255 

138 

125 

174 

313 

222 

267 

668 

657 

853 

859 

815 

585 

714 

664 

611 

795 

835 

770 

854 

474 

407 

420 

466 

660 

840 

1,002 

1,047 

1,034 

1,240 

1,456 

1,540 

2,082 

2,635 

3,454 


235 
245 
274 
330 
435 
266 
456 
722 
487 
774 
389 
576 
448 
352 








179 

241 

232 

385 

374 

556 

652 

714 

1,189 

1,434 

971 

1,416 

782 

936 

986 

612 

183 

523 

629 

806 

774 

216 

174 

151 

136 

187 

198 

1,188 

1,061 

1,313 

2,229 

2,044 

2,606 

4,181 

4,168 


414 


17 












486 


IS 












506 


19 












715 


20 . 












809 


21 












822 


22 












1,108 


23 












1,436 
1,676 


24 












25 












2,208 


26 












1,360 


27 












1,992 
1,230 


28 












29 












1,288 


30 


111 
127 
196 
178 
183 
125 
77 
132 
93 
103 
171 
181 
153 
90 
142 
185 
317 
292 
314 
353 
429 


222 
160 
166 
104 
140 
331 
86 
167 
185 
182 
216 
279 
326 
263 
186 
186 
204 
216 
195 
291 
306 


331 
320 
433 
553 
447 
398 
311 
108 
142 
181 
273 
380 
523 
694 
706 
869 
935 
1,032 
1,573 
1,991 
2,719 


155 
146 
207 
229 
238 
256 
186 
258 
191 
274 
485 
478 
589 
471 
242 
231 
200 
337 
447 
580 
639 


163 
78 
97 
136 
218 
198 
144 
142 
144 
213 
283 
297 
387 
401 
239 
120 
92 
112 
117 
567 
759 


1,304 


31 


4 


836 


32 ... 


487 


33 




888 


34 




l,085t 


35 




l,260t 

l,104t 

616 1 

509 


36 




37 




38 




39 




638 


40 




904 


41 ... 




962 


42 




1,174 


43 




2,060 


44 




1,542 


45 




1,664 


46 




2,521 


47 




2,493 


48 




3,260 
5,328 


49 




50 




5,566 



t Totals do not include House Court of Claims reports, which from the 34th Congress to the 37th Congress 
were assigned a separate series of numbers. 

(173) 



174 



NUMBER OF DOCUMENTS AND REPORTS— Continued 



SENATE 


HOUSE 


Congress 


Docu- 
ments 


Execu- 
tive 
docu- 
ments 


Miscel- 
laneous 
docu- 
ments 


Com- 
mittee 

re- 
ports 


Total 


Docu- 
ments 


Execu- 
tive 
docu- 
ments 


Miscel- 
laneous 
docu- 
ments 


Com- 
mittee 

re- 
ports 


Total 


61 




315 
264 
319 


356 
299 
574 


2,627 
1,394 
1,049 
1,575 
1,893 
2,496 
3,318 
4,402 
7,342 
1,114 


3,298 
1,957 
1,942 
2,078 
2,605 
3,180 
3,999 
4,966 
8,291 
1,885 


790 
1,000 
1,316 
1,213 
1,319 
1,773 
1,574 


765 
532 
643 


411 
464 
353 


4,058 
2,621 
2,000 
3,080 
2,367 
3,006 
3,919 
4,904 
8,174 
2,326 


5,234 
3,617 
2,996 


fe-.y!S<iiij:?;:^':. 


■'■.''",?? r*' 


^:u:-:I:J. 




64 


503 
712 
684 
681 
564 
949 
771 


3,870 


65 










3,367 
4,322 
5,132 
6,223 
9,947 
3,900 


56 










67 










58 










69 










60 






















Total 


11,808 


4,850 


5,640 


42,129 


64,427 


15,326 


8,779 


6,135 


70,971 


101, 211 t 



Total number of Senate publications 64, 427 

Total number of House publications 101, 211 f 

Grand total 165, 638 1 



t Totals do not include House Court of Claims reports, which from the 34th Congress to the 37th Congress 
were assigned a separate series of numbers. 



APPENDIX 2 

LIST OF TITLE-PAGES AND IMPRINTS OF DOCUMENTS AND REPORTS, 
FOR EACH SESSION FROM THE 16TH TO THE 60TH CONGRESS, IN- 
CLUSIVE 

SENATE 



Con- 
gress 



30 



1 and 
special 



1 and 
special 



Title-page 



[Documents] n. t. p. 
....do 



Public documents printed by order of Senate. 
....do 



[Doctunents] n. t. p 

Public documents printed by order of Senate. 
....do 



[Documents] n. t. p 

Public documents printed by order of Senate 

[Documents] n. t. p 

Executive doctunents printed by order of Senate dur- 
ing 



Miscellaneous documents printed by order of Senate. . . 
Reports of committees printed by order of Senate dur- 
ing 



[Documents] n. t. p 

Miscellaneous documents printed by order of Senate . . . 
Reports of committees printed by order of Senate dur- 
ing 



Index to executive docimients 

Index to miscellaneous documents printed by order of 
Senate 

[Reports] n. t. p 

Executive documents printed by order of Senate 

Miscellaneous documents printed by order of Senate. . . 

Reports of committees printed by order of Senate dur- 
ing 



Executive documents printed by order of Senate. 
The miscellaneous documents of Senate during. . . 

The reports of committees during 

[Executive documents] n. t. p 

[Miscellaneous documents] n. t. p 

[Reports] n. t. p 

Index to executive documents 

The miscellaneous documents of Senate for 

The reports of committees of Senate for 



Imprint 



E. De Kraflt. 
Gales & Seaton. 

Do, 

Do. 

Do. 
Duff Green. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Blair & Rives. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Thomas Allen. 
Gales & Seaton. 
Ritchie & Heiss. 

Wendell & Van Benthuysen. 
Tippin & Streeper. 

Wendell <fe Van Benthu]^en. 

Do. 
Tippin & Streeper. 

Wendell & Van Benthuysen. 
William M. Belt. 

Do. 
Do. 
Printed at Union OfBce. 
Do. 

Do. 
A. Boyd Hamilton. 

Do. 

Do. 
Robert Armstrong. 

Do. 

Do. 
Beverley Tucker. 

Do. 

Do. 



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176 



TITLE-PAGES AND IMPRINTS OF DOCUMENTS AND REPORTS— Continued 

SENATE— Continued 



Con- 
gress 


Session 


Title-page 


Imprint 


33 


2 

land 2 


Index to executive documents . . 


Beverley Tucker. 
Do. 
Do. 


p.r: 


The miscellaneous documents of Senate during 

The reports of ooTnTnittees of Rpnate for . . 


34 


Index to executive documents . 


A. 0. P. Nicholson. 




The miscellaneous documents of Senate during 


Do. 
Do. 
Do. 


34 


3 

1 

2 

1 

2 

1 

2 

3 

1 

2 

1 

2 

1 

2 

3 

1 


Index to executive documents . 




The miscellaneous doctunents of Senate during 


Do. 




The reports of committees of Senate for . . 


Do. 


35 


Executive documents printed by order of Senate 

The miscellaneous documents of Senate during 

The reports of committees of Senate for . . 


WilUam A. Harris. 
Do. 
Do. 


35 


Executive documents printed by order of Senate 

The miscellaneous documents of Senate during 

The reports of committees of Senate for . 


Do. 
Do. 
Do. 


36 


Executive documents printed by order of Senate 

Index to miscellaneous documents 


George W. Bowman. 
Do. 






Do. 


36 




Do. 




Index to miscellaneous documents. 


Do. 






Do. 


37 


Index to executive documents 


Government Printing Office. 




The miscellaneous docimients of Senate for 


Do. 
Do. 


37 


Index to executive documents . 


Do. 




The miscellaneous documents of Senate for 


Do. 




The reports of committees of Senate for 


Do. 


37 


Index to executive documents printed by order of 


Do. 
Do. 




The reports of committees of Senate for . . ... 


Do. 


38 




Do. 






Do. 




The reports of committees of Senate for 


Do. 


38 




Do. 




Index to miscellaneous documents. 


Do. 






Do. 


39 


Index to executive documents . 


Do. 




Index to miscellaneous documents 


Do. 






Do. 


39 


Index to executive documents . 


Do. 




Index to miscellaneous documents 


Do. 






Do. 


40 


Index to executive documents . 


Do. 




Index to miscellaneous documents . . 


Do. 






Do. 


40 


Index to executive documents 


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Index to reports of committees 

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REFERENCE TABLE SHOWING THE DURATION OF EACH SESSION OF 
CONGRESS. FROM THE 1ST SESSION OF THE 16TH TO THE 2D SESSION 
OF THE GOTH, INCLUSIVE: SERIAL NUMBERS OF THE JOURNALS; AND 
NAMES, NUMBERS, AND DATES OF THE PRESIDENTS OF THE UNITED 
STATES FOR THE SAME PERIOD 



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President 


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Mar. 4-6, 1817 (Senate) 






James Monroe (5th), Mar. 4, 1817- 
Mar. 4, 1825 












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Dec. 1, 1817-Apr. 20, 1818 


1 


4 


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2 


Nov. 16, 1818-Mar. 3, 1819 


13 


16 


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Dec. 6, 1819-May 15, 1820 


25 


30 


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2 


Nov. 13, 1820-Mar. 3, 1821 


41 


47 


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17 


1 


Dec. 3, 1821-May 8, 1822 


58 


62 


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2 


Dec. 2, 1822-Mar. 3, 1823 


72 


75 


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18 


1 


Dec. 1, 1823-May 27, 1824 


88 


92 


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2 


Dec. 6, 1824-Mar. 3, 1825 


107 


112 


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Mar. 4-9, 1825 (Senate) 


107 




John Quincy Adams (6th), Mar. 
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Dec. 6, 1825-May 22, 1826 


124 


130 


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2 


Dec. 4, 1826-Mar. 3, 1827 


143 


147 


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Dec. 3, 1827-May 26, 1828 


162 


168 


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2 


Dec. 1, 1828-Mar. 3, 1829 


180 


. 183 


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Mar. 4-17, 1829 (Senate) 


180 




Andrew Jackson (7th), Mar. 4, 
1829-Mar. 4, 1837. 




1 


Dec. 7, 1829-May 31, 1830 


191 


194 


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2 


Dec. 6, 1830-Mar. 3, 1831 


202 


205 


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22 


1 


Dec. 5, 1831-July 16, 1832 


211 


215 


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2 


Dec. 3, 1832-Mar. 2, 1833 


229 


232 


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23 


1 


Dec. 2, 1833-June 30, 1834 


237 


253 


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2 


Dec. 1, 1834-Mar. 3, 1835 


265 


270 


Do. 


24 


1 


Dec.7, 1835-July4, 1836 


278 


285 


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2 


Dec. 5, 1836-Mar. 3, 1837 


296 


300 


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Mar. 4-10, 1837 (Senate) 


296 




Martin Van Buren (8th), Mar. 4, 
1837-Mar. 4, 1841. 




1 


Sept. 4^0ct. 16, 1837 


308 


310 


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2 


Dec. 4, 1837-July 9, 1838 


313 


320 


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3 


Dec. 3, 1838-Mar. 3, 1839 


337 


343 


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Dec. 2, 1839-July 21, 1840 


353 


362 


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Dec. 7, 1840-Mar. 3, 1841 


374 


381 


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Mar. 4-15, 1841 (Senate) 


374 




WilUam Henry Harrison (9th), 
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May 31-Sept. 13, 1841 . 


389 


391 


John Tyler (10th), Apr. 4, 1841- 
Mar. 4, 1845. 














2 


Dec. 6, 1841-Aug. 31, 1842 


394 


400 


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Dec. 5, 1842-Mar. 3, 1843 


412 


417 


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Dec. 4, 1843-June 17, 1844 


430 


438 


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Dec. 2, 1844-Mar. 3, 1845 


448 


462 


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JOURNALS; NAMES, ETC., OF PRESIDENTS— Continued 



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Serial 
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House 
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President 



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Dec. 1, 1845-Aug. 10, 1846. 
Dec. 7, 1846-Mar. 3, 1847. . 
Dec. 6, 1847-Aug. 14, 1848. 
Dec. 4, 1848-Mar. 3, 1849. . 
Mar. 5-23, 1849 (Senate). . 



Dec. 3, 1849-Sept. 30, 1850. 
Dec.2, 1850-Mar.3, 1851.. 



Mar. 4-13, 1851 (Senate) 

Dec. 1, 1851-Aug. 31, 1852.. . . 

Dec. 6, 1852-Mar. 3, 1853 

Mar. 4-Apr. 11, 1853 (Senate). 



Dec. 5, 1853-Aug. 7, 1854. . 
Dec. 4, 1854-Mar. 3, 1855. . 
Dec. 3, 1855-Aug. 18, 1856. 

Aug. 21-30, 1856 

Dec. 1, 1856-Mar. 3, 1857. . 
Mar. 4-14, 1857 (Senate). . 



Dec. 7, 1857- June 14, 1858. 
June 15, 16, 1858 (Senate). 
Dec. 6, 1858-Mar. 3,-1859. . 
Mar. 4-10, 1859 (Senate). . 
Dec. 5, 1859-June 25, 1860. 
June 26-28, 1860 (Senate). 
Dec. 3, 1860-Mar. 2, 1861 . . 
Mar. 4-28, 1861 (Senate). . 



July 4-Aug. 6, 1861 

Dec. 2, 1861-July 17, 1862. 
Dec. 1, 1862-Mar. 3, 1863. , 
Mar. 4-14, 1863 (Senate). . 
Dec.7, 1863-July4, 1864.. 
Dec. 5, 1864-Mar. 3, 1865. 
Mar. 4-11, 1865 (Senate). . 
Dec. 4, 1865- July 28, 1866. 



1 



Dec. 3, 1866-Mar. 2, 1867 

Mar. 4-30, July 3-20, Nov. 21- 

Dec.2,1867 

Apr. 1-20, 1867 (Senate) 

Dec. 2, 1867-July 27, 1868; Sept. 

21, Oct. 16, Nov. 10, 1868.... 

Note.— Mar. 13-May 26, 
1868, trial of Andrew Johnson. 

Dec. 7, 1868-Mar. 3, 1869 

Mar. 4-Apr. 10, 1869 



492 
502 
528 
528 

548 



610 
657 
657 



745 



873 
873 

917 
917 
973 
973 
1022 
1022 
1077 
1077 

1111 
1116 
1148 
1148 
1175 
1208 
1208 
1236 

1275 

1307 
1307 

1315 



1359 
1392 



479 



513 
536 



566 
594 



632 
672 



709 
776 



892 

940 
995 
1041 
1091 

1113 
1126 
1155 

1179 
1215 

1243 

1280 

1310 

1321 



1363 
1400 



James Knox Polk (11th), Mar. 4, 
1845-Mar. 4, 1849 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Zachary Taylor (12th), Mar. 4, 
1849-July 9, 1850. 

Do. 
Millard Fillmore (13th), July 9, 
1850-Mar. 4, 1853. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Franklin Pierce (14th), Mar. 4, 
1853-Mar. 4, 1857 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
James Buchanan (15th), Mar. 4, 
1857-Mar. 4, 1861. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Abraham Lincoln (16th), Mar. 
4, 1861-Apr. 15, 1865- 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Andrew Johnson (17th), Apr. 
15, 1865-Mar. 4, 1869. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 



Do. 
Ulysses Simpson Grant (18th), 
Mar. 4, 1869-Mar. 4, 1877. 



187 

DURATION OF EACH SESSION OF CONGRESS; SERIAL NUMBERS OF 
JOURNALS; NAMES, ETC., OF PRESIDENTS -Continued 



Oonp 
grass 


Session 


Date 


Serial 
number 
Senate 
Journal 


Serial 
number 

House 
Journal 


President 


41 


special.. 


Apr. 12-22, 1869 (Senate) 


1392 




Grant— Continued. 




2 


Dec. 6, 1869-July 15, 1870 


1404 


1410 


Do. 




3 


Dec. 5, 1870-Mar. 3, 1871 


1439 


1444 


Do. 


42 


1 


Mar 4-Apr. 20, 1871 . . 


1465 


1469 


Do. 




special . . 


May 10-27, 1871 (Senate) 


1405 




Do. 




2 


Dec. 4, 1871-June 10, 1872 


1473 


1501 


Do. 




3 


Dec.2,1872-Mar.3,1873 


1544 


1551 


Do. 


h 


special.. 


Mar. 4-26, 1873 (Senate) 


1544 




Do. 


r 


1 


Dec. 1, 1873-June 23, 1874 


1579 


1593 


Do. 


• 


2 


Dec. 7, 1874-Mar. 3, 1875 


1628 


1633 


Do. 


44 


special.. 


Mar. 5-24, 1875 (Senate) 


1628 








1 


Dec. 6, 1875- Aug. 15, 1876 

Note.— Mar. 2-Aug. 1, 1876, 
Belknap trial. 


1663 


1671 


Do 




2 


Dec. 4, 1876-Mar. 3, 1877 

NOTE.— Jan. 31-Mar. 2, 1877, 
Electoral Commission. 


1717 


1740 


Do. 


46 


special.. 


Mar. 5-17, 1877 (Senate) 


1717 




Rutherford Birchard Hayes 
(19th), Mar. 4, 1877-Mar. 4, 1881. 




1 


Oct. 15-Dec. 3, 1877 


1771 


1772 


Do. 




2 


Dec. 3, 1877-June 20, 1878 


1779 


1792 


Do. 




3 


Dec. 2, 1878-Mar. 3, 1879 


1827 


1841 


Do. 


46 


1 


Mar. 18-July 1, 1879 


1868 


1874 


Do. 




2 


Dec. 1, 1879-June 16, 1880 


1881 


1901 


Do. 




3 


Dec. 6, 1880-Mar. 3, 1881 


1940 


1950 


Do. 


47 


special.. 


Mar. 4-May 20, 1881 (Senate). . 


1940 




James Abram Garfield (20th), 
Mar. 4, 1881-Sept. 19, 1881. 




special.. 


Oct. 10-29, 1881 (Senate) 


1984 




Chester Alan Arthur (21st), Sept. 
19, 1881-Mar. 4, 1885. 




1 


Dec. 5, 1881-Aug. 8, 1882 


1984 


2008 


Do. 




2 


Dec. 4, 1882-Mar. 3, 1883 


2072 


2089 


Do. 


«8 


1 


Dec. 3, 1883-JuIy 7, 1884 


2161 


2180 


Do. 




2 


Dec. 1, 1884-Mar. 3, 1885 


2260 


2275 


Do. 


49 


special.. 


Mar. 4-Apr. 2, 1885 (Senate). . 


2260 




Grover Cleveland (22d), Mar. 4, 
1885-Mar. 4, 1889. 




1 


Dec. 7, 1885-Aug. 5, 1886 


2332 


2366 


Do. 




2 


Dec. 6, 1886-Mar. 3, 1887 


2447 


2459 


Do. 


60 


1 


Dec. 5, 1887-Oct. 20, 1888 


2503 


2529 


Do. 




2 


Dec. 3, 1888-Mar. 2, 1889 


2609 


2625 


Do. 


61 


special.. 


Mar. 4-Apr. 2, 1889 (Senate).. 


2609 




Benjamin Harrison (23d), Mar. 
4, 1889-Mar. 4, 1893. 




1 


Dec. 2, 1889-Oct. 1 , 1890 


2677 


2713 


Do. 




2 


Dec. 1, 189(>-Mar. 3, 1891 


2817 


2829 


Do. 


B2 


1 


Dec. 7, 1891-Aug. 5, 1892 


2891 


2919 


Do. 




2 


Dec. 5, 1892-Mar. 3, 1893 


3054 


3075 


Do. 


63 


^special.. 


Mar. 4-Apr. 16, 1893 (Senate).. 


3064 




Grover Cleveland (24th), Mar. 4, 
1893-Mar. 4, 1897. 




1 


Aug. 7-Nov. 3, 1893 


3143 


3149 


Do 




2 


Dec. 4, 1893-Aug. 28, 1894 


3159 


3196 


Do. 




3 


Dec. 3, 1894-Mar. 2, 1895 


3274 


3291 


Do. 


64 


1 


Dec. 2, 1895-June 11, 1896 


3346a 


a367a 


Do. 




2 


Dec. 7, 1896-Mar. 3. 1897 


3466a 


3476a 


Do. 



188 

DURATION OF EACH SESSION OF CONGRESS; SERIAL NUMBERS OF 
JOURNALS; NAMES, ETC., OF PRESIDENTS— Continued 



Con- 




Date 



Serial 
number 
Senate 
journal 


Serial 
number 

House 
journal 


346Ga 




3557a 


3570a 


3589 


3628 


3724 


3742 


3842 


3897 


4028 


4068 


4028 




4218 


4267 


4408 


4409 


4408 




4560 


4561 


4568 


4569 


4753 


4754 


4753 




4902 


4903 


5058 


5059 


5216 


5217 


5378 


5379 



President 



55. 



special . . 

1 

2 

3 

1 

2 

special.. 
1 

2 

special . . 

1 

2 

3 

special. . 

I 

2... „..::.■ 

2 



Mar. 4-10, 1897 (Senate).. 

Mar. 15-July 24, 1897 

Dec. 6, 1897-July 8, 1898. . 
Dec.5, 1898-Mar. 3, 1899. 
Dec. 4, 1899-June7, 1900. 
Dec. 3, 190O-Mar.2, 1901. 
Mar. 4-9, 1901 (Senate) . . . 
Dec. 2, 1901-July 1,1902.. 

Dec. 1, 1902-Mar.4, 1903. 
Mar. 5-19, 1903 (Senate) . . 

Nov. 9-Dec. 7, 1903 

Dec. 7, 1903-Apr. 28, 1904 
Dec.5, 1904-Mar. 4, 1905. 
Mar. 4-18, 1905 (Senate).. 
Dec. 4, 1905-June 30, 1906 
Dec.3, 190&-Mar. 4, 1907. 
Dec. 2, 1907-May 30, 1908, 
Dec. 7, 19G8-Mar. 4, 1909. 



William McKinley (25tli), Mar. 4, 
1897-Sept. 14, 1901. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Theodore Roosevelt (26th), Sept. 
14, 1901-Mar. 4, 1909. 

Do, 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 



DEPARTMENTAL PUBLICATIONS 

See, for liat of abbreviations and explanations, p. iv. 



(189) 



b 



I 



A. AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT 

[By an appropriation for the collection of agricultural etatistics, Mar. 3, 1839, an 
agricultural section was established in the ratent Office, The section continued 
until May 15, 1862, when it was made a separate Department, though it was not 
until Feb. 9, 1889, that it was raised to the dignity of a Cabinet office. 
>■, for Historical sketch of Department of Agriculture, A21.3: 3'*^. See, for Organi- 
ation of Department of Agriculture, the various editions under A21.4:l. See, for 
articles containing information relative to the work of certain bureaus of the Depart- 
ment for the farmer, Yearbook, 1897 (ALIO: 897). 

See, for general lists of publications of Department of Agriculture, A1.8:55, A17.3:9, 
A21.3:6, and GP3.10:1. See, for various indexes and special lists, certain publi- 
cations classed under A21.3: and A21.4:, also other series issued by Publications 
Division (A21.').] 



CUsslflca- 
tlon no. 



Al. SECRETARY 



Vl.l: Annual reports 



(date) 



[The annual report on agriculture began in 1837 with a two-page statement in the report 
of Henry L. Ellsworth, commissioner of patents. From that date to 1861 it formed a 
part of the report of the commissioner of patents, making a separate volume after 1849. 

In 18ti2 the Department of Agriculture was established, and its annual report was uni- 
formly issued up to 1893. Beginning with the report for 1894, in accordance with 
paragraph 2, sec. 73, of the printing act of Jan. 12, 1895, two separate publications have 
been issued, one, the report proper (Al.l:), containing the Secretary's report and 
the purely executive reports of the several chiefs of bureaus, divisions, and offices; 
the other, known as the Yearbook (ALIO:), embracing the Secretary's report and a 
collection of special articles on agricultural science. 

The title of the head of the Department was commissioner of agriculture until 1889, when 
he became Secretary of Agriculture and a member of the Cabinet. 

See, for Index to annual reports of Department of Agriculture, 1837-93, A21.3:l. 

See, for further information, notes under Al.la;] 

Commissioner of Agriculture 

1862 [1168-78] 

1863 [1196-91] 

Same, without accompanying documents. [In 1184] 

1864 [1228-68] 

1865 [1266-1361 

1866 [1297-107] 

1867 [1347-unnumbered 

1868 [1383-unnumbered 

1869 [1428-unnumbered 

1870 [1461-unnumbered 

1871 [1522-unnumbered; but indexed as 327] 
Same, without accompanying documents. [In 1502] 

1872 [Not in Congressional set.] 

1873 [Not in Congressional set.] 

1874 [1652-imnumbered] 

1875 Not in Congressional set.] 

1876 Not in Congressional set.] 

1877 [Not in Congressional set.] 
Same, supplemental. Nov. 1877. * 

Same, also transmitting special Department reports 1 [A1.6:ll and 3 
'A1.6:3J. * 
Not in Congressional set. 



1878 
1879 
1880 



Not in Congressional set 
"^Not in Congressional set 
Same, preliminary report. [1941-27] 
1881 and 1882 [2034-unnumbered, but indexed as 228] 
1883 [2114-109] 

(191) 



192 



Classifica- 
tion no. 

Al.l: 

(date) 



Al.lo: 

(date) 



Al.la: 

(CT) 

A1.2: 



Ag8 = 



An4 



Al. SECRETARY— Continued 
Annual reports— Continued 
Commissioner op Agriculture— Continued 

1884 [2212-178 

1885 [2309-269 

1886 [2405-378^ 

1887 [2487-201^ 

1888 [2564-470 
Secretary of Agriculture 
1889 
1890 
1891 
1892 
1893 



2732-1, pt. 7 
2847-1, pt. 6 
2940-1, pt. 6 
3095-1, pt. 6 
3216-1, pt. 6 
'3310-1, pt. 6 
'3390-6^ 
3496-6 
3651-6 
3768-6^ 
[3929-6 
4116-6 
4301-6^ 
4466-6' 



1894 
1895 
1896 
1897 
1898 
1899 
1900 
1901 
1902 

See also, for another print of personal report of Secretary, 1902, A1.8:73. 

1903 [4653-6] 

See also, for another print of personal report of Secretary, 1903, A1.8:76. 

1904 [4806-6] 

See also, for another print of personal report of Secretary, 1904, A1.8:79. 

1905 [4965-6] 

See also, for another print of personal report of Secretary, 1905, A1.8:81. 

1906 [5124-6] 

See also, for another print of personal report of Secretary, 1906, Al.8:83. 

1907 [5313-6] 

See also, for another print of personal report of Secretary, 1907, A1.8:85. 

1908 [5480-1047] 

See also, for abridgment of personal report of Secretary, 1908, A1.8:87. 

1909 [5771-108] 

See also, for abridgment of personal report of Secretary, 1909, A1.8:91. 
Annual reports (separates; Secretary's report) 

[The personal report of the Secretary Is issued separately in pamphlet form in advance of 
the main volume; is also the first paper in the Yearbook (ALIO:); and sometimes 
appears as a broadside, or as a pamphlet printed on one side of the page only, for the 
use of the press. 

From 1902 to 1909. it has also appeared in the numbered series of Department reports. 
Such reports are classed und - A1.8:73, 76, 79, 81, 83, 85, 87, and 91.] 

Annual reports (separates; miscellaneous) 

[Only a small number of the scientific papers accompanying the report of the Secretary 
are known to have been printed separately.] 

General publications 

Agricultural colleges. List of delegates and visitors to 10th annual con- 
vention of Association of American Agricultural Colleges and 
Experiment Stations. 1896. 

Agriculture Department. [Letter to Benjamin Le Fevre, chairman sub- 
committee of Committee on Agriculture, House of Representatives, 
as to work and needs of Department of Agriculture; by William 
G. Le Due] Feb, 27, 1880. 

Agriculture Department. Notice of its various functions. 1893. * 

Angora. Notice of receipt of letter from Minister Tertell relating to agri- 
culture in Angora. Nov. 1, 1893. * 



193 



OlMalflcft* 
tlon no. 



Al. SECRETARY— Continued 

General publications— Continued 

Animal Industry Bureau. Proposed bill submitted for consideration and 
revision, offering amendmenta to act of May 29, 1884, establishing 
Bureau of Animal Industry, with view to more effectual control of 
ccntagious animal diseases. 4° 

Animal Industry Bureau. [Letter of J. M. Ruek relative to establish- 
ment of Bureau of Animal Industry, etc.] Apr. 12, 1890. * 

Animals. Contagious diseases of domesticated animals, investigations by 
Department of Agriculture [1882]. 1883. [See, for 1884 edition, 
A4.2:An5i.] 

Antiquities. Uniform rules and regulations prescribed by Secretaries of 
Interior, Agriculture, and War, to carry out provisions of act for 

f reservation of American antiquities, approved June 8, 1906. See 
1.2:An8. 

Apparatus for sale. Jan. 24, 1896. 

Appalachian region. Report of Secretary of Agricultiu'e [in collabora- 
tion with Department of the Interior], in relation to forests, rivers, 
and mountains of southern Appalachian region. 1902. large 8° 
[4229-84] 

Appalachian Moimtains. Report of Secretary of Agriculture on southern 
Appalachian and WTiite Mountain watersheds, commercial impor- 
tance, area, condition, advisability of their purchase for national 
forests, and probable cost. 1908. [5240-91] 

Appropriations. Department of Agriculture, estimates of appropriations 
required for service of fiscal year 1909. [1907.] large 4° [Material 
taken from ''Book of estimates," 1909 (T9. 6:909).] 

Bamboo. Bambusa arundinacea, bamboo. [1908.] oblong 32'' 

Beet sugar. Special report on beet-sugar industry in United States [in 
1897]. 1898. [3691-396] 

Beet sugar. Progress of beet-sugar industry in United States in 1898. 

1899. [3812-267] 

Beet sugar. Progress of beet-sugar industry in United States in 1899, with 
supplementary report on cane-sugar industry of Hawaiian Islands. 

1900. (56th Cong. 1st sess. H. doc. 699; serial no. 3985.) [No 
edition without Congressional document number.] 

Same, without supplementary report, 1900. See A1.8:69. 
Same, 1901. See A1.8:72. 

See A1.8:74. 

1904. [4591-240] 

SeeA1.8:80. 



Same, 1902. 
Same, 1903. 
Same, 1904. 
Same, 1905. 
Same, 1906. 
Same, 1907. 
Same, 1908. 
Same, 1909. 



iSeeA1.8:82. 
SeeAl.SM. 
SeeAl.SM. 
See A1.8:90. 
See A1.8:92. 



Cattle. Reports on diseases of cattle in United States, made to commis- 
sioner of agriculture, with accompanying documents. 1869. 

Cattle. Report of commissioner of agriculture on diseases of cattle in 
United States. 1871. 4° [143()-unnumbered document] 

Cattle. Correspondence with S. W. Allerton concerning exportation of 
Canadian cattle from port of Boston, Mass. Dec. 28, 1896. 
Same. Dec. 28, 1896. f ° 

Cattle. Results of examinations of fluids of diseased cattle, with refer- 
ence to presence of cryptogamic growth. 1871. 4° * 

Cattle. Contagious pleuro-pneumonia or lung plague of cattle, where and 
to what extent it exists. 1870. * 

82452**— 11 13 



194 



Classifica- 
tion no. 

A1.2: 

€29*^ 

C49» 
C492 
C493 
C49* 
C49» 

C71 



C76 

D14 

D46 

Ex6^ 

Ex62 

F61 
F73» 



F732 
G76 

H78 

H89 
In7 

L48 

N84 
Of2 

P53 

P69 
P941 

P942 
P961 

P962 
P963 
P96* 
P96« 



Al. SECRETARY— Continued 

General publications— Continued 

Cattle. Notice to all railroad companies transporting cattle within United 
States. Mar. 17, 1897. 

Civil service. Letter relative to classified service. Dec. 16, 1895. 4° 
Same. Dec. 1, 1896. 4« 

Civil service in [Agriculture] Department. Feb. 29, 1896. 
Same. May 14, 1896. 

Civil-service regulations governing promotions, etc., in Department of Ag- 
riculture. Jan. 13, 1909. 

Colman, Norman J. Report in response to inquiries of select committee 
of Senate appointed to inquire into and examine methods of busi- 
ness of Executive Departments. 1888. * 

Convention. Proceedings of National Agricultural Convention held at 
Washington, D. C, Feb. 15-17, 1872. 1872. [1482-164] 

Dairy products. Export of dairy products of United States, 1821-90. 
[1890.] * 

Desiccated fruits. Notice to exporters of desiccated fruits. Aug. 31, 
1904. 4° 

Expenditures. [Relative to restriction of expenditures in Department of 
Agriculture.] Apr. 6, 1896. 40 

Experiments. Protest against proposed legislation [S. 1063, 55th Congress, 
for further prevention of cruelty to animals in District of Columbia] 
restricting experiments of Department of Agriculture [with copy of 
S. 1063]. May 25, 1897. [3562-112] [Congressional edition has dif- 
ferent title and is not accompanied by Senate bill 1063.] 

Flax and Hemp Commission. Report of Flax and Hemp Commission 
[J. K. Moorhead, Jno. A. "Warder, and Chas. Jackson] appointed un- 
der act of Congress of Feb. 25, 1863. n. p. [1865]. [1209-35] 

Foods. Hearing before commission [James L. Gerry, S. N. D. North, and 
H. W. Wiley] appointed by Secretaries of Treasury, Commerce and 
Labor, and Agriculture to make rules and regulations for carrying 
into effect provisions of foods and drugs act approved June 30, 1906 
[notice]. [Aug. 12, 1906.] 

Food and drugs act, June 30, 1906. May 7, 1908. 

Grass seed. Circular relative to testing of grass seed. May 25, 1904. 4" 

Horses. Special report on market for American horses in foreign countries. 
1898. [3728-35] 

Hungarian brome grass. Notice of circular [1, Botany Division] on Him- 
garian brome grass. June, 1894. * 

Inspectors. General orders to inspectors [relative to humane treatment of 
animals]. May 13, 1896. 

Leave of absence not allowed to employees outside of Washington. Oct. 
21, 1896. 4° 

Notice of receipt of communications on various subjects. July 7, 1893. * 

Official register of Department of Agriculture, July 1, 1905; extract from 
V. 1 of Official register [or Blue book, 1905]. 1906. 4° 

Philadelphia, Pa. Report of participation of Department of Agriculture 
in International Exhibition of 1876 ; by William Saunders . 1884 . * 

Plants. Catalogue of U. S. plants in Department of Agriculture. [186-.] * 

Promotions. Regulations governing promotions, etc., in Department of 
Agriculture. Dec. 1, 1896. 

Project statements, description and use. 1908. 24" 

Publications. General order [relative to] distribution of publications. 
Jan. 10, 1896. 4° 

Oct. 15, 1895. 
Feb. 25, 1896. 
May 16, 1896. 
July 1, 1896. 



Same, Farmers' bulletins. 
Same, Farmers' bulletins. 
Same, Farmers' bulletins. 
Same, Farmers' bulletins. 



195 



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Al. SECRETARY— Continued 

General publications— Continued 

Same, Farmers* bulletins. Mar. 15, 1897. 4'> 
Same, Farmers* bulletins. June 30, 1897. 4« 

Publications. Instructions relating to purchase of publications. Jan. 22, 
1896. 4«» 

Queensland nut. Macadamia temifolia, Queensland nut. [1908.] ob- 
long 32« 

Railroad and transportation companies. Circular to railroad and trans- 
portation companies relative to prevention of exportation of diseased 
cattle. Feb. 24, 1890. * 

Rusk, Jeremiah M. Annual reports, with selected correspondence, relat- 
ing to export trade of U. S. in live stock and meat products, of Jere- 
miah M. Rusk, 1889-92. 1893. [See also, for correspondence, 
A1.8:53.] 

Scientific work. Recommendation for appointment of director in chief of 
scientific work [in Department of Agriculture]. Feb. 15, 1896. 

Scientific work. Opinions of scientific men and others with regard to 
proposition for director in chief of scientific bureaus [of Department 
of Agriculture]. Ist edition. [1896.] 
Same. 2d edition. [1896.] 
Same. 3d edition. [1896.] 
Same, additional opinions. [1896.] 
Same, additional resolutions. [1896.] 

Same, with report of Senate Committee on Agriculture and Forestry, 
[1896.] 

Seed distribution, letter setting forth present status regarding seed distri- 
bution [and announcing its discontinuance]. July 25, 1895. nar- 
row i° 

Seed, Opinions of press concerning free seed distribution. [1895.] 

Seed. Statement of Secretary at joint meeting of Senate and House Com- 
mittees of Agriculture [relative to] free seed distribution. Jan. 15, 
1896. 

Seed. Proposals for furnishing seed to Department of Agriculture, 1896. 
Mar. 18, 1896. narrow f« 

Seed. Prohibiting use of Government seed envelopes by unauthorized 
parties. May 2, 1896. 4° 

Seed. Cost of seed distribution. Jan. 30, 1897. 

Seed. Brief instructions in regard to sowing seeds and raising young 
plants of forest trees, n.a. 5 p. * 

Sheep husbandry . Origin and growth of sheep husbandry in United States, 
with some remarks on angora fleece. 1880. [1828-25] 

Societies. List of agricultural and horticultural societies in U. S. 1869. * 

Specifications of workmanship and materials required in erection and 
completion of new building for accommodation of Department of 
Agriculture in Washington, D. C; prepared by Cluss & Kammer- 
hueber. 1867. * 

Stenographers. Circular letter to chiefs of bureaus, divisions, oflfices, and 
Forest Service [relative to requests to be made on Civil Service Com- 
mission for stenographers and typewriters]. Feb. 26, 1907. 4P 

Sugarhouse machinery for sale July 1, 1895. July 1, 1895. 4*» 

Swine. Information in relation to disease prevailing among swine and 
other domestic animals. 1878. ([45th Cong. 2d sess. S. ex. doc. 
35]; serial no. 1780.) 

Tallow tree. Sapium sebiferum, tallow tree. [1908.] oblong 32^ 

Temporary appointments. Circular [calling attention to rule 8 of Civil 
Service Commission relating to temporary appointments and excep- 
tions therefrom]. Mar. 10, 1908. 4® 



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General publications— Continued 

Transfers. [Circular to chiefs of bureaus, divisions, etc., giving copy of 
Civil Service Commission letter relating to transfer of employees.] 
Feb. 27, 1908. 4« 

Traveling expenses. Allowances for traveling expenses. Oct. 1, 1889. * 
Same. July 1, 1893. 

Twenty-eight hour law, June 29, 1906 [text of law]. July 13, 1908. 

Vienna, Austria. Notice relating to International Exhibition, Vienna, 
1894. Nov. 27, 1893. * 

Weather Bureau. Schedule of supplies for Weather Biu-eau, fiscal year 
1910. [1909.] large 8« 

Whisky. Food inspection decision 65, Labeling of whisky, blends,"' com- 
pounds, and imitations thereof [opinion of Attorney-General]. 
Apr. 12, 1907. [See, for earlier and later numbers of Food inspection 
decisions, A7.5; and A32.5:] 

Wools. Report upon examination of wools and other animal fibers; by 
Wm. McMurtrie. 1886. 4» [2426-392] 

Yang taw. Actinidia chinensis, yang taw. [1908.] oblong 32® 

General publications (separates) 

Bulletins 

[None issued.] 
Circulars 

See, for Department circulars, A1.14: 
[1] Statement in regard to award of seed contract. Apr. 16, 1896. 
[2] Vivisection in District of Columbia. May 16, 1896. 



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[Discontinued. Statistical matter of like character published later In Statistical reiwrts, 
Statistics Division, see A27.9:] 

Miscellaneous special reports 

1 3 5 7 9 11 * 

2 4 6 8 10 

[Discontinued.] 

[Department] reports 

[Nos. 1-58 were Issued, 1862-98, without numbers. A list of titles and assigned numbers 
for this series was printed on cover pages 3 and 4 of no. 59, which was the first to bear 
a number. A reprint of no. 58, in 1901, bore the number, though the old imprint 
date, 1898, was retained.] 

[I] Circular from commissioner of agriculture on present agricultural, 

mineral, and manufacturing conditions and resources of U. S.; [by 

Isaac Newton]. 1862. * 
[2] Catalogue of plants, bulbs, tubers, etc., for distribution from U. S. 

propagating garden, with report on object and aims of garden; by 

WiUiam Saunders. 1862. * 
[Said to be the first publication Issued by the Department of Agriculture.] 
[3] Report on chemical analysis of grapes; by Charles M. Wetherill. 

1862. * 
[4] List of agricultural, horticultural, and pomological societies and 

farmers clubs, etc., on books of Department of Agriculture, July 1, 

1870, etc. 1870. 
[5] List of agricultural colleges and farmers' clubs and agricultural, hor- 
ticultural, and pomological societies on books of Department of 

Agricultiu-e, June 1, 1872, with name of president and secretary of 

each. 1872. * 
[6] Descriptive catalogue of plants in exotic collection of Department of 

Agriculture; by WiUiam Saunders. 1872. 
[7] Department of Agriculture, its history and objects; by James M. 

Swank. 1872. 12° 
[8] Culture and manufacture of ramie and jute in U. S.; by Emile Le- 

franc. 1873. 
[9] Eucalyptus globulus, from a botanic, economic, and medical point of 

view, embracing its introduction, culture, and uses; translated 

from the French of J. E. Planchon. 1875. * 
[10] Planter's guide for cultivating and ciu*ing tobacco, with information 

and instruction concerning Shelton tobacco-hanger; prepared by 

Shelton Tobacco-Curing Co., of Asheville, N. C. 1876. 

[II] Catalogue of forest trees of U. S. which usually attain height of 16 

feet or more, with notes and brief descriptions of more important 
species, illustrating collection of forest-tree section on exhibition by 
Department of Agricultmre at Centennial Exhibition, Philadelphia; 
by George Vasey. 1876. 



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[Department] reports— Continued 

[12] List of agricultural societies and farmers' clubs established to pro- 
mote agricultural, horticultural, and pomological interests of the 
farmer on books of Department of Agriculture, July 4, 1876, with 
list of agricultural colleges, 1876. 

[13] Statement of appropriations and expenditures of Department of Agri- 
culture, 1839-77. 1877. * 

[14] General index of agricultural reports of Patent Oflfice, 1837-61, and of 
Department of Agriculture, 1862-76. 1879. 
See, for supplement, 1877-85, A1.8:42. 

See, for Index to annual reports of Department of Agriculture, 1837-93, 
A21.3:l. 

[15] Circular letter from commissioner of agriculture relative to manu- 
facture of maize and sorghum sugars. 1879. 

[16] Letter of commissioner of agriculture to Jno. W. Johnston, chair- 
man of Committee on Agriculture, Senate, on sorghum sugar; [by 
W. G. Le Due]. 1880. 

[17] Address of Geo. B. Loring and other proceedings of Cotton Conven- 
tion held in Atlanta, Ga., Nov. 2, 1881. 1881. 

[18] Cooperative experimenting as means of studying effects of fertilizers 
and feeding capacities of plants; by W. 0. Atwater. 1882. 

[19] Artesian wells upon Great Plains, being report of geological com- 
mission appointed to examine portion of Great Plains east of Rocky 
Mountains, and report upon localities deemed favorable for making 
experimental borings; [by C. A. White and Samuel Aughey]. 1882. 

[20] Climatic and agricultural features, and agricultural practices and 
needs of arid regions of Pacific slope, with notes on Arizona and 
New Mexico; by E. W. Hilgard, T. C. Jones, and R. W. Furnas. 
1882. 

[21] Florida, its climate, soil, productions, and agricultural capabilities; 
[papers by George B. Carse and James H. Fossj. 1882. 

[22] Proceedings of convention of agriculturists held in Department of 
Agriculture, Jan. 10-18 [1882]. 1882. 

[23] Area and product of cereals grown in 1879 as returned by census of 
1880. 1883. 

[24] Culture of date; by W. G. Klee. 1883. 

[25] Necessity of agricultiual education, address before convention of 
presidents and professors of agricultural colleges, etc.; by Augustine 
J. Smith, Jan. 23, 1883. 1883. * 

[26] Encouragement to sorghum and beet-sugar industry. 1883. 

[27] Investigation of sorghum as sugar-producing plant; [by] Peter Collier. 
1883. 

[28] Preliminary report on forestry of Mississippi Valley [by F. P. Baker]; 
Tree planting on plains [by Robert W. Furnas]. 1883. 

[29] Proceedings of national convention of cattle breeders and others, 
called in Chicago, Nov. 1883, to consider subject of contagious 
diseases of domestic animals. 1883. 

[30] Report on jute culture and importance of the industry; by S. Water- 
house. 1883. 

[31] Results of field experiments with various fertilizers; by W. 0. At- 
water. 1883. 

[32] Agricultural grasses and [forage plants] of United States, by George 
Vasey; also Chemical composition of American grasses, by Clifford 
Richardson. 1884. 

[32 revised] Agricultural grasses and forage plants of United States, and 
such foreign kinds as have been introduced, by Geo, Vasey; with 
appendix on Chemical composition of [American] grasses, by Clifford 
Richardson, and glossary of terms used in describing grasses. New 
revised and enlarged edition. 1889. 



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10. 

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(noe.) [33] Report of proceedings of national convention of cattle breeders and 

others, Chicago, Nov. [1884]. 1884. * 

[34] Microscopic observations, by Thomas Taylor, [articles on] Internal 
parasites in domestic fowls and butter and fats. 1884. 

[35] Soils and products of southwestern Louisiana, including parishes of 
St. Landry, Lafayette, Vermilion, St. Martins, Iberia, and St. Marys; 
[by E. E. Rapley]. 1884. 

[36] Organization and management of seven agricultural schools in Ger- 
many, Belgium, and England; by A. S. Welch. 1885. 

[37] Address of Norman J. Colman, commissioner of agriculture, before 
convention of agricultural colleges and experiment stations, Wash- 
ington, D. C, July 8, 1885. 1885. 

[38] Addresses of Norman J. Colman and D. E. Salmon, before 3d national 
convention of stockmen, Chicago, Nov. 1885. 1885. 

[39] Directory of departments, boards, societies, colleges, and other organ- 
izations in interest of agriculture, horticulture, stock raising, dairy- 
ing, bee keeping, fish culture, and kindred industries. 1885. 

[40] Rei)ort of exhibits illustrating agricultural statistics at World's Indus- 
trial and Cotton Exposition, New Orleans, La.; by J. R. Dodge. 
1885. 

[41] Report on condition of dairying in principal dairy States for season 
of 1885. 1886. 

[42] Supplement to general index of agricultural reports, 1877-85. 1886. 
See, for general index, 1837-76, A1.8:14. 

See, for Index to annual reports of Department of Agriculture, 1837-93, 
A21.3:l. 

[43] Addresses of Norman J. Colman and D. E. Salmon, before national 
cattle growers' convention, Kansas City, Mo., Oct. 31-Nov. 2, 1887. 
1887. 

[44] Rules and regulations of Department of Agriculture for suppression 
and extirpation of all contagious, infectious, and communicable 
diseases among domestic animals of U. S.; [by Norman J. Colman]. 
1887. * 

[45] Association of American Agricultural Colleges and Experiment Sta- 
tions convention, Washington, D. C, Oct. 1887, report of committee 
on station work, W. 0. Atwater, S. W. Johnson, Geo. H. Cook, com- 
mittee. 1888. 

[46] Hog cholera, its history, nature, and treatment as determined by in- 
quiries and investigations of Bureau of Animal Industry; [by D. E. 
Salmon]. 1889. 

[47] Catalogue of economic plants in collection of Department of Agri- 
culture; by William Saunders. 1891. 

[48] Papers on horticultiu^l and kindred subjects; by William Saunders. 
1891. [From reports of Department of Agriculture, 1863-89.] 

[49] Report on use of maize (Indian com) in Europe and on possibilities of 
its extension: 1, Introduction of maize into Eiuwpe, by Charles J. 
Murphy; 2, Food value of maize, by H. W. Wiley; 3, Indian com 
industry in United States, by B. W. Snow. 1891. 
Same, French, with omission of article by Charles J. Murphy. 1892. 
Same, German, with omission of article by Charles J. Murphy, and addi- 
tion of recipe for Murphy-brod. 1892. 
Same, Scandinavian, with omission of article by Charles J. Murphy. 

1892. 
Same, Spanish, with omission of article by Charles J. Murphy. 1892. 

[50] Progress report on dairy industry of Denmark; by C. C. Georgeson. 
[1893.] 

[51] Studies of parasitic and predaceous insects in New Zealand, Australia, 
and adjacent islands; by A. Koebele. 1893. 



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[Department] reports— Continued 

[52] Indian corn (or maize) in manufactiu-e of beer; by Robert Wahl. 

1893. 
Same, German. 1893. 
[53] Selected correspondence relating to export trade in live stock and 

meat products; [by J. M. Rusk]. [1893.] 
See also A1.2:R89. 
[54] Suggestions regarding cooking of food, by Edward Atkinson; with 

introductory statements regarding nutritive value of common food 

materials, by Ellen H. Richards. 1894. 
[55] List of publications of Department of Agriculture, 1889-93. 1894. 

[See also, for information concerning other lists, note under Al.] 
[56] Arbor day, its history and observance; by N. H. Egleston. 1896. 

Same. Revised edition. 1896. 
[57] Proceedings of National Convention for Suppression of Insect Peets 

and Plant Diseases bv Legislation, Washington, D. C, Mar. 5 and 6, 

1897; edited by B. T. Galloway. 1897. 
[58] Cultivation of tobacco in Sumatra; by Emile Mulder. 1898. 



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See also Al. 1:906. 

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Seealso Al. 1:907. 

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See also Al. 1:908. 



[5482-1542] 
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1:909. 
Seealso Al. 2: BS9. 



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Farmers' bulletins 



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Tearbook 

[Issued since 1894 In accordance with paragraph 2, sec. 73, of the printing act of Jan. 12, 
1895. Contains the Secretary's report, Illustrated popular articles giving results of 
experiments and Investigations and practical Information on agricultural subjects, 
and an appendix designed to serve as a handbook of useful information for the farmer. 

See, for indexes to Yearbooks, A21.3:7,9 and A19.4:17.J 

1894 [3326-355] 

1895 [3441-380] 

1896 [3496-6, pt. 2] 

1897 [3693-454] 

1898 [3824-293] 

1899 [3996-588] 

Same, printed on heavier paper and lettered on back "Special edition, 
Pans Exposition, 1900." 



204 



Classlflca- 






Al. 


SECRETARY- 


Continued 






tion no. 












ALIO: 


Yearbook— Continued 






(date) 


1900 


4179-519 












1901 


4385-661 














1902 


4540-459 














1903 


4726-708 














1904 


4880-424' 














1905 


5045-892 














1906 


5208-813 














1907 


5314-987 














1908 


5481-1560] 










1909 


5772-129] 








Al.lOa: 


Year 


book (separates) 






(CT) 


[The 


Secretary's report and most of the articles on 


scientific subjects contained in th( 


Yearbook are printed separately.] 






Al.ll: 


Regulations 










(nos.) 


1 














SaB 


ae, amendment 1 








A1.12: 


Gene 


5ral orders 


v^arious sizes 








(nos.) 


[Not issued for general distribution.] 










1 * 




43 


Same, 


supplement 




2 




44 


83 






3 




45 


84 






4 * 




46 * 


85 






5 * 




47 


86 








6 * 




48 


87 * 






7 * 




49 


88 






8 * 




Same, amended 


Same, 


supplement 




9 




50 


89 






10 * 




51 


90 






11 




52 


91 






12 




53 


92 * 






13 




54 


Same, 


ame 


nded 




Sai 


ne, amended 


55 


93 








14 




56 


94 








15 * 




57 


95 








16 * 




58 


96 








17 




59 


97 








18 




60 


98 








19 




61 


99 








20 




62 


100 


. 






21 




63 


101 








22 




M 


102 








23 




65 


103 








24 * 




66 


104 








25 




67 


105 








26 




68 


106 








27 




69 


107 








28 




70 


108 








29 




70a 


109 








30 * 




71 


110 








31 




72 


111 






32 




73 


112 






33 




74 . 


113 






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75 


114 






35 




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36 




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116 








37 




78 


117 








38 




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118 








39 - 




80 * 


119 








40 




81 


120 








41 




Same, amended 


121 








42 






82 


122 







205 



ClMslflca- 
tloQ no. 

A1.12: 

(no8.) 



.18: 

(OT) 

il.14: 

(date 
and 

DOS.) 



Al . SEC RET ARY— Continued 
General orders— Continued 



123 
124 
125 
126 
127 



128 
129 
130 
131 
132 



133 
134 
135 
136 
137 



Special orders (unnumbered) 4® 

Department circulars 

See, for Circulars, A1.4: 

1905, no. 1 

no. 2 

no. 3 

no. 4 

Same, amendment 
[Discontinued.] 

A2. ACCOUNTS AND DISBURSEMENTS DIVISION 

kbUshed as a branch of the Secretary's office July 1, 1880; became a separate division In 1889. See, for 
information concerning division, Historical sketch of Department of Agriculture (A21.3:3 »-»).] 



M: 

(date) 

l2.2: 

Ap6 

F49 

F521 

F522 
F523 

F52* 
r76 

P29 

1.3: 

(no8.) 



Annual reports 

[1892-1909, In annual reports of Agriculture Department (Al.l:), and issued separately 
also.] 

General publications 

Appropriations, Use of annual appropriations [decision of Comptroller 
of Treasury, Apr. 18, 1900] reprinted for use of disbursing office. 
Department of Agriculture. [1901.] 

Financial transactions. Regulations governing financial transactions with 
Department of Agriculture, with extracts from Revised statutes, 
decisions of comptrollers, etc. 1894. 

Fiscal regulations of Department of Agriculture, with extracts from Revised 
statutes, decisions of courts, rulings of comptrollers, opinions of 
Attorneys-General, etc. 1898. 
Same. Revised edition. 1901. 
Same, without extracts from Revised statutes, etc. Revised edition, 

effective Aug. 1, 1904. 1904. narrow 12° 
Same. Revised edition, effective Oct. 1, 1907. 1907. narrow 12° 

Forest Service. Contract prices for supplies for Forest Service supply 
depot, Ogden, Utah, fiscal year 1910. 1909. 4° 

Pay regulations. [Circular letter relating to pay regulations for Depart- 
ment of Agriculture.] Oct. 26, 1903. 4° 

Bulletins 

[None issued.] 



tThis Checklist ends with the publications of the calendar year 1909. The Agri- 
culture Department has since made radical changes in the two series of publications 
formerly issued by the Food and Drug Inspection Board and entered in this Check- 
list under A32.5: and A32.6: These publications, since the early part of 1910, appear 
without the name of the board and over the signature of the Secretary of Agriculture, 
although the board is still (Mar. 2, 1910) in existence. See, for further information, 
entries and footnote under A32.5: and A32.6: 

This change has necessitated the continuation of these two series under Al., two 
additional classes having been assigned, the series titles of which are as follows: 

A 1.15: Food inspection decisions 

(nos.) 

Al.16: Notices of judgment, food and drugs act 

(nos.) 



206 



Classifies* 
tlon no. 



A2. 



ACCOUNTS AND DISBURSEMENTS 

DIVISION— Continued 



A2.4: Circulars 



(nos.) 
A2.5: 



[None issued.] 

Expenditures of Department of Agriculture 

[The Department of Agriculture has made a yearly statement of expenditures, by fiscal 
years, vmder act making appropriation for Agriculture Department for fiscal year 
1886, approved Mar. 3, 1885. No bureau editions of these have been printed, except 
for 1906. The list below shows where these statements are to be found in the Congres- 
sional set. For fiscal year 1908, a similar statement for the Department of Agricul- 
ture (exclusive of Forest Service) forms a part of the document bearing title Combined 
report of expenditures during fiscal year 1908, appropriations for fiscal year 1909, and 
expenditures proposed for fiscal year 1910, for which see [5484-1221]. Expenditures 
for fiscal year 1909 appear also in a document of the next year with similar title, for 
which see [5774-421]. 

1885 
1886 
1887 
1888 
1889 
1890 
1891 
1892 
1893 
1894 
1895 
1896 
1897 



2415-154] 


1898 


[3768-23] 


2488-20] 


1899 


3929-173] 


2565-122] 


1900 


4116-29] 
4301-29] 


None issued.] 


1901 


2741-104] 


1902 


None issued.] 


2855-35] 


1903 


4565-34] 


2953-55] 


1904 


4855-256 


None issued.] 


1905 


5031-448] 


3223-14] 


1906 


Not in Congressional set.] 


3319-8] 


1907 


5258-425] 


3390-25] 


1908 


5483-1157] 


None issued.] 


1909 


5774-202] 


3651-26] 







A3. AGROSTOLOGY DIVISION 



[Originally a part of the Division of Botany (A6.)- 

-• - .«...,, 'jiyi, 1901; sec A19. 



Established as an independent division July 1, 1895. 
Merged into Bureau of Plant Industry July 1, 1901; 
See, for List of publications of Division of Agrostology, A3.4:36. 
See, for information concerning division, Historical sketch of Department of Agriculture (A21.3:3i-3).J 



A3.1: 

(date) 

A3.2: 

(CT) 
A3.3: 

(nos.) 



A3.4: 

(nos.) 



Annual reports 

[1895-1901, in annual reports of Agilculture Department (Al.l:), and Issued separately 
also.] 

General publications 

[None issued.] 

Bulletins 

1 

2 2 editions 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 3 editions 

Circulars 

1 
2 
3 

4 2 editions 

5 2 editions 

6 2 editions 
7 
8 
9 



8 


15 




22 


9 


16 




23 


10 


17 


2 editions 


24 


11 


18 




25 


12 


19 


2 editions 




13 


20 


2 editions 




14 


2 editions 21 






10 


19 




28 


11 


20 




29 


12 


21 




30 


13 


22 




31 


14 


23 




32 


15 


24 




33 


16 


25 


2 editions 


34 


17 


26 




35 


18 


27 




36 


ANIM. 


A.L, INDUSTRY BUREAU 



A4, 

rThe Veterinary Division which had been established in the Department of Agriculture In 1883 was 
replaced by the Bureau of Animal Industry organized in 1884 under act approved May 29, 1884 (Stat. L. 

See, for Iriformation concerning bureau, Historical sketch of Department of Agriculture (A21.3:3 1-«), and 
Yearbook, 1897 (A1.10:897).] 



207 



A4, ANIMAL INDUSTRY BmiEAtT— Continued 

Annual reports 

[I'^rotn 1S84 to 1009, an abbreviated report is also found In annual reports of Agriculture 
Department (Al.l:). ] 

1884, let 12311-25] 

1885, 2d [2311-36] 
1886,3d [2493-156] 

1887 and 1888, 4th and 5th [2665-139 
1889 and 1890, 6th and 7th 2801-270 
1891 and 1892, 8th and 9th [3138-120 
1893 and 1894, 10th and 11th [3420-205] 
1895 and 1896, 12th and 13th [3537-291] 

1897, 14th [3680-578] 

1898, 15th 3831-307 

1899, 16th 4019-745 

1900, 17th 4201-549 

1901, 18th 4387-682 

1902, 19th 4546-474 

1903, 20th [4733-743 

1904, 2l8t [4891-467] 

1905, 22d [5056-941] 

1906, 23d [5180-353] 

1907, 24th [5316-978] 

1908, 25th '548^1568] 

1909, 26th [5776-130] 

[ The bureau also submits to Congress annually a report of operations, with list of em- 
ployees, expenditures, etc. , no bureau edition of which is issued. Following are the 
references to these reports as they appear in the Congressional set.] 



1887 
1888 
1889 
1890 
1891 
1892 
1893 
1894 



2510-69] 

2654-62' 

2682-24 

2818-8] 

2892-11] 

3056-20] 

None issued.] 

3275-27] 



1895 
1896 
1897 
1898 
1899 
1900 
1901 
1902 



3414-96 
3469-45 


1903 


1904 


3680-227] 


1905 


3728-55] 


1906 


3850-100] 


1907 


4033-96] 
4230-99] 


1908 


1909 


4424-105] 





4674-384 

4831-206" 

4987-447" 

5195-743 

;5239-405] 

None issued.] 

5777-127] 



Annual reports (separates; reports of chief) 

[The personal report of the chief is issued separately In pamphlet form.] 

Annual reports (separates; miscellaneous) 

[The more important of the scientific papers accompanying the reports of the chief are 
Issued separately in pamphlet form. Of recent years, some of these papers have 
also been reprinted as Circulars of the Bureau of Animal Industry, all such reprints 
being classed under A4.4:J 

General publications 

Animals. Contagious diseases of domesticated animals, investigations by 

Department of Agriculture, 1883-84. 1884. 
See, for 1883 edition, A1.2:An53. 
Animal Husbandry Office. Outline of work of Animal Husbandry Office; 

[by George M. Rommel]. 1906. 16° 
Beef. Report on beef supply of United States and export trade in animals 

and meat products, by D. E. Salmon; from report [of Secretary 

of Agriculture], 1889. 1890. (Special bulletin.) 
Cattlemen. Proceedings of interstate convention of cattlemen, held at 

Fort Worth, Tex., Mar. 11-13, 1890. 1890. (Special bulletin.) 
Cattle. Special rejjort on diseases of cattle and on cattle feeding; by Drs. 

Murray, Atkinson, Harbaugh, Lowe, Law, Dickson, Trumbower, 

Smith, and Prof. Henry. 1892. [3125-1063] 
Same. [Reprint] 1896. 
Cattle. Special report on diseases of cattle; by Drs. Pearson, Murray, 

Atkinson, Lowe, Harbaugh, Law, Dickson, Mohler, Trumbower, 

Salmon, Smith, and Stiles. Revised edition. 1904. [4734-744] 



Classiflca« 
tion no. 

A4.2: 

029^ 



DI41 

DI42 

DI43 

D14* 

DI45 

D14« 

D14' 

DI48 

D14« 

D1410 

Dl4^i 

DI412 

D621 

D622 
D63 

F26 
F48 
F73 
F82 
G45 
H781 



208 



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I 



H782 
H783 



H784 

Lll^ 

LII2 
M29 

M46^ 

M462 

M463 



General publications— Continued 

Same; by Drs. Atkinson, Dickson, Harbaugh, Hickman, Law, Lowe, 

Mohler, Murray, Pearson, Ransom, Salmon, Smith, and Trumbower. 

Revised edition, 1908. Feb. 15, 1909. 

Dairying. Fifty dairy rules [by R. A. Pearson; from Farmers' bulletin 

63]. n. d. oblong large 8« [See, for Farmers' bulletin 63, A1.9: 

Dairy Division. Publications of Dairy Division, 1895-1905. [1905.] 
Dairy Division. Outline of work of Dairy Division. 1906. narrow 16° 

Same; by Ed. H. Webster. 1906. narrow 16" 
Dairymen. Publications of interest to dairymen. [1905.] 
Same. Jan. 26, 1906. 
Same. July 24, 1906. 
Same. Mar. 18, 1907. 
Same. Sept. 30, 1907. 
Same. Feb. 5, 1908. 
Same. Aug. 8, 1908. 
Same. Feb. 15, 1909. 
Dips. Instructions concerning preparation and application of dips, and 
reporting inspections and dippings of sheep and cattle for scabies. 
May 18, 1907. narrow 16° 
Dips. Instructions concerning inspection and dipping of sheep and cattle 

for scabies, n. p. July 29, 1904. 16° 
District of Columbia. Order of commissioners of District of Columbia for 
suppression and prevention of tuberculosis in cattle. [Nov. 27, 
1909.] 

Fats. [Circular letter] to inspectors in charge and others 
40 

Filled cheese. [Notice of passage of fiUed-cheese bill.] 
oblong 12° [To accompany Circular 11 (A4.4:ll).] 

Foot-and-mouth disease. Instructions concerning inspection for foot-and- 
mouth disease. Dec. 3, 1902. 

Fowl cholera. Report on prevention of fowl cholera; by D. E. Salmon. 
Feb. 23, 1881. 4° * 

Glanders. Notice regarding interstate movement of horses, mules, and 
asses affected with glanders. Oct. 9, 1907. 

Horse. Special report on diseases of horse: by Drs. Michener, Law, Har- 
baugh, Trumbower, Liautard, Holcombe, Huidekoper, and Dick- 
son. 1890. 
Same. [Reprint] 1896. 

Same; by Drs. Pearson, Michener, Law, Harbaugh, Trumbower, Liau- 
tard, Holcombe, Huidekoper, Stiles, and Adams. Revised edition, 
1903. [4552^87] 
Same; by Drs. Pearson, Michener, Law, Harbaugh, Trumbower, Liau- 
tard, Holcombe, Huidekoper, Stiles, Mohler, and Adams. Revised 
edition. 1907. [5205-795] 

Labels. Instructions [to inspectors and others] concerning trade labels 
under meat-inspection law and regulations; [by A. D. Melvin]. 
Sept. 12, 1906. 
Same, revised. Dec. 10, 1906. 

Mallein. Directions for using mallein, as prepared in Biochemic Labora- 
tory, for diagnosis of glanders in horses. Apr. 5, 1907. 4° 

Meat inspection. [Circular] to inspectors in charge [of meat-inspection 
stations relative to duties, etc.]. Oct. 30, 1906. 4° 

Meat inspection. Instructions concerning laboratory inspections of meat 
food products. Aug. 13, 1907. 4° 

Meat inspection. [Circular] to inspectors and others [relative to meat 
inspection regulations; Circular to inspectors and others relative to 
marks of inspection]. Dec. 27 [and 28] 1906. 4° 



July 19, 1909. 



June 10, 1896. 



209 



CUs8inca« 
tion nu. 



A4. ANIMAL INDUSTRY BUREAU— Continued 

General publications — Continued 

Meat products. Instructions concerning stocks of meat food products on 

hand Oct. 1, 1906. Oct. 16, 1906. 
Same, Jan. 7, 1907. Jan. 14, 1907. 
Meat inspection amendment, approved June 30, 1906. [1907.] 
Meat inspection. Instructions supplementing new meat-inspection regu- 
lations relating to tuberculosis, hog cholera, and icterus, Apr. 1, 

1908. narrow 16° [These Instructions supplement regulations 

issued as B. A. 1. order 150 (A4.5:150).] 
Pork. Instructions for microscopists in examination of pork for trichina. 

June 26, 1896. 
Publications. Classified list of available publications of Bureau of Animal 

Industry [for foreign distribution], Sept. 1, 1908. Oct. 19, 1908. 

[See, for edition for home distribution, A4. 4:134.] 
Sheep. Animal parasites of sheep; by Cooper Curtice. [1st edition.] 

1890. 
Same. 2d edition. 1890. 
Sheep. Special report on history and present condition of sheep industry 

of United States; by Ezra A. Carman, H. A. Heath, and John Minto. 

1892. [3124-105] 
Swine plague. Special report on cause and prevention of swine plague, 

results of experiments conducted by Theobald Smith. 1891. 
Tuberculin. Directions for using tuberculin, as prepared in Biochemic 

Laboratory, for diagnosis of tuberculosis in cattle. Apr. 5, 1907. 4° 
Tuberculosis. Notice regarding interstate movement of cattle and swine 

which are affected with tuberculosis. Nov. 6, 1907. 
Tuberculous cattle. Danger from products of tuberculous cattle. Feb. 24 

1908. 

General publications (separates) 



Bulletins 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 



2 editions 
2 editions 



28 



[1st edition] 
Same, revised 



[5056-942] 



29 
30 
31 



34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39, 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47, 

48 
49 
50 
51 
52, 
53 
54 
55 
56 



25pts. 



3 pts. [Issued separately and 
also in one pamphlet.] 



3 pts. 



82452°— 11 14 



210 



Cla«slflca- 




A4. ANIMAL INDUSTRY BURKA.U— Continued 


tion no. 










A4.3: 


Bxdletln s— Continued 






(nos.) 


57 




87 


■ 




58 


2 prints 


88 






59 




89 






60 




90 






61 




91 






62 




92 






63 


2 editions 


93 






64 




94 






65 




95 






66 




96 






67 




97 






68 


Same [reprint] [Pages 78-80, 
Goats in Norway and Swe- 
den, omitted.] 


98 

99 

100 

101 






69 




102 






70 




103 






71 




104 






72 




105 








Same [reprint] [Plates 4-6 are 


106 








added to this reprint.] 


107 






73 




108 






74 




109 






75 




110, 


pt.lt 




76 




111 






77 




112 






78 




113 






79 




114 






80 




115 






81 




116 






82 




117 






83 




118:1 






84 




119 






85 




120 5 






86 




121 




A4.4: 


Circulars 






(nos.) 


1 


4 editions 


23 


[1st edition] 1 ^ ^ 
Same, revised; ^ 




2 








3 






Same, 2d revision [Title changed 




4 






to Directions for use of black-: 




5 


2 editions 




leg vaccine.] 




6 






Same, 3d revision 




7 


2 editions 




Same, 3d revision, Spanish 




8 




24 






9 




25 


2 editions 




10 




20 






11 




27 


2 editions 




12 




28 






13 




29 






14 




30 






15 




31 


3 editions 




16 




32 






17 




33 






18 




34 






19 




35 






20 




36 






21 


[See, for later editions, A4.4:23.] 37 






22 




38 


. . ..-..- - i 



t Pt. 2 not printed up to Dec. 31, 1909. % Not printed up to Dec. 31, 1909. 

§The title of these editions reads: Blackleg, its nature, cause, and prevention. 
Circular 31 (A4.4:31) bears the same title. 



211 



U88iflca. A4. ANIMAIj industry BUREAU— Continued 

tion no. 

A4 . 4 : Circular s— Continued 



39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 

67 2 editions 

68 2 editions 
69 

70 

71 

72 

73 

74 4 editions 

75 

76 1 

77 

78 

79 

80 

81 

82 

83 

84 

85 

^6 

87 

88 

89 

90 

91 

92 

93 

94 

95 

96 



97 2 editions 

.98 

99 
100 
101 
102 
103 
104 
105 
106 



107 
108 
109 
110 
111 
112 
113 
114 
115 
116 
117 
118 
119 
120 
121 
122 
123 
124 
125 
126 
127 
128 
129 
130 
131 
132 
133 
134 
135 
136 
137 
138 
139 
140 
141 
142 
143 
144 
145 
146 
147 
148 
149 
150 
151 
152 



Same, supplemental 



2 editions 



2 editions See also A4 .2 :P96. 



fThis is Dairy methods in Great Britain, Ireland, Denmark, Holland, Channel 
Islands, France, Austria-Hungary, Germany, and Switzerland, by Willard John 
Kennedy. An earlier publication with title Preliminary note on protozoan, Chaos 
acarophila, occmring in eggs, larvae, nymphs, and adults of ticks was issued as Circular 
"6, but was withdrawn. 



212 



Classifica- 
tion no. 



A4. ANIMAL INDU8TRT BUREAU— Continued 



A4:.5 : B. A. I. orders (signed by Secretary of Agriculture) 



(nos.) 



[From July 1, 1885, to Feb. 19, 1897, ninety circular orders were issued without nvunbers. 

The full text of these orders is given in the 14th annual report of the Bureau of Animal 

Industry, 1897, beginning at p. 324 (A4.1:897). 
Certain of the orders listed below supersede Rules (A4.7:) and Regulations (A4.8:).] 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 



2 editions 



2 editions 



Same, amendment 1 
Same, amendment 2 
Same, amendment 3 
Same, amendment 4 
Same, amendment 5 
Same, amendment 6 
Same, amendment 7 
Same, amendment 8 
Same, amendment 9 
Same, amendment 10 
Same, amendment 11 
Same, amendment 12 
Same amendment 13 



See A4. 5:58. 
SeeA4.5M. 
/See A4. 5:77. 
/SeeA4.5:79. 



14 


57 


15 


58 


16 


59 


17 


60 


18 


61 


19 


62 


20 


63 


21 


64 


22 


65 


23 


66 


24 


67 


25 


68 


26 


69 


27 


70 


28 


71 


29 


72 


30 


73 


31 


74 


32 


75 


33 [1st edition] 


76 


Same. [2d edition] 16» 


77 


Same, amendmen 1 1 See A4 .5 :78 


.78 


Same, amendment 2 


79 


Same, amendment 3 


80-87 [In one pamphlet. Orders 


Same, amendment 4 


81-87 are amendments 1-7 to 


34 


Order 80.] 
Sam e, amendment 8 See A4 . 5 :88 . 


35 2 editions 


36 


Same, amendment 9 See Ai. 5:89. 


37 


Same, amendment 10 


38 


Same, amendment 11 


39 


Same, amendment 12' 


40 


Same, amendment 13 


41 


Same, amendment 14 


42 


Same, amendment 15 


43 


Same, amendment 16 


44 


Same, amendment 17 


45 


Same, amendment 18 


46 [1st edition] 


88 


Same. [2d edition] 


89 


Same, amendment 1 


90 


Same, amendment 2 * 


91 


Same, amendment 3 


92 


47 


93, and amendments 1-8 [In one 


48 


pamphlet.] 


49 


Same, amendment 9 


49-55 [In one pamphlet.] 


Same, amendment 10 


56 


Same, amendment 11 



213 



ClasslflcA 
tlon no. 



A4. ANIMAL INDUSTRY BUREAU— Contmued 
A4.5: B. A. I. orders— Continued 



(noe.) 



Same, 
Same, 
Same, 
Same, 
Same, 
Same, 
Same, 
Same, 



amendment 12 
amendment 13 
amendment 14 
amendment 15 
amendment 16 
amendment 17 
amendment 18 
amendment 19 



94 
95 
96 
97 
98 

Same, amendment 1 
99 
Same, amendment 1 
Same, amendment 2 
Same, amendment 3 
Same, amendment 4 
Same, amendment 5 
Same, amendment 6 

100 

101, and amendments l-( 
pamphlet.] 
Same, amendment 10 
Same, amendment 11 

102 

Same, amendment 1 

103 

104 

105 

106 

107 

Same, amendment 1 
Same, amendment 2 
Same, amendment 3 
Same, amendment 4 
Same, amendment 5 
Same, amendment 6 
Same, amendment 7 
Same, amendment 8 
Same, amendment 9 
Same, amendment 10 
S&me, amendment 11 
Same, amendment 12 
Same, amendment 13 
Same, amendment 14 
Same, amendment 15 

108 

109 

Same, amendment 1 
Same, amendment 2 
Same, amendment 3 
Same, amendment 4 
Same, amendment 5 
Same, amendment 6 
Same, amendment 7 

110 

111 

112 

113 

114 

115 

116 



117 * 
118 
119 
120 

121 
Same, 
Same, 
Same, 
Same, 
Same, 
Same, 
Same, 
Same, 
Same, 
Same, 
Same, 
Same, 
Same, 
Same, 
Same, 
Same, 
Same, 
[In one 122 

123 
Same, 

124 

125 

Same, 
Same, 
Same, 
Same, 
Same, 
Same, 
Same, 
Same, 

126 

Same, 

127 

128 

129 

Same, 
Same, 
Same, 

130 

Same, 
Same, 
Same, 
Same, 
Same, 
Same, 
Same, 
Same, 
Same, 
Same, 
Same, 
Same, 
Same, 
Same, 
Same, 
Same, 
Same, 

131 

Same, 
Same, 



amendment 1 
amendment 2 
amendment 3 
amendment 4 
amendment 5 
amendment 6 
amendment 7 
amendment 8 
amendment 9 
amendment 10 
amendment 11 
amendment 12 
amendment 13 
amendment 14 
amendment 15 
amendment 16 
amendment 17 



amendment 1 



amendment 1 
amendment 2 
amendment 3 
amendment 4 
amendment 5 
amendment 6 
amendment 7 
amendment 8 

amendment 1 



amendment 1 
amendment 2 
amendment 3 

amendment 1 
amendment 2 
amendment 3 
amendment 4 
amendment 5 
amendment 6 
amendment 7 
amendment 8 
amendment 9 
amendment 10 
amendment 11 
amendment 12 
amendment 13 
amendment 14 
amendment 15 
amendment 16 
amendment 17 

amendment 1 
amendment 2 



214 



Classlflca 
tion no. 



A4. ANIMAL INDUSTRY BUREAU— Continued 
A4.5: B. A. I. orders — Continued 



(nos.) 



Same, amendment 3 
Same, amendment 4 
Same, amendment 5 
Same, amendment 6 
Same, amendment 7 
Same, amendment 8 
Same, amendment 9 
Same, amendment 10 



145 



Same, amendment 2 
Same, amendment 3 
Same, amendment 4 
Same, amendment 5 

Same, amendment 1 
Same, amendment 2 



146 



Same, amendment 11 


Same, amendment 1 


Same, amendment 12 


Same, amendment 2 


Same, amendment 13 


Same, amendment 3 


132 


Same, amendment 4 


133 


Same, amendment 5 


134 


Same, amendment 6 


135 


143-146 [Issued without amend- 


Same, amendment 1 


ments in one narrow 12® pam- 


136 


phlet.] 


Same, amendment 1 


147 


Same, amendment 2 


Same, amendment 1 


Same, amendment 3 


148 


Same, amendment 4 


149 


Same, amendment 5 


150 [Ist edition] See also A4.2 


Same, amendment 6 


M46 7. 


Same, amendment 7 


Same. [2d edition] 


Same, amendment 8 


Same, amendment 1 


Same, amendment 9 


Same, amendment 2 


Same, amendment 10 


151 


Same, amendment 11 


Same, amendment 1 


137 


Same, amendment 1 [reprint] 


Same, amendment 1 


Same, amendment 2 


Same, amendment 2 


Same, amendment 3 


Same, amendment 3 


Same, amendment 4 


Same, amendment 4 


Same, amendment 5 


Same, amendment 5 


152 


Same, amendment 6 


Same, amendment 1 


Same, amendment 7 


Sa.me, amendment 2 


Same, amendment 8 


Same, amendment 3 


Same, amendment 9 


153 


Same, amendment 10 


154 


138 


155 


139 


156 


Same narrow 12* 


Same, amendment 1 


140 


Same, amendment 2 


141 


Same, amendmeiA 3 


142 


Same, amendment 4 


Same, amendment 1 July 19, 


Same, amendment 5 


1907 * 


Same, amendment 6 


Same, amendment 1 July 30, 


Same, amendment 7 


1907 


Same, amendment 8 


Same, amendment 2 


Same, amendment 9 


Same, amendment 3 


Same, amendment 10 


Same, amendment 4 


Same, amendment 11 


Same, amendment 5 


157 


Same, amendment 6 


Same, amendment 1 


Same, amendment 7 


Same, amendment 2 


Same, amendment 8 


158 


Same, amendment 9 


Same, amendment 1 


143 


Same, amendment 2 


Same, amendment 1 


Same, amendment 3 


Same, amendment 2 


Same, amendment 4 


Same, amendment 3 


Sa,me, amendment 5 


Same, amendment 4 


159 


144 


160 


Same, amendment 1 


161 



215 



Clasfliaca* 
tlon no. 

A4.5: 

(no6.) 



A4.6: 

(date) 



A4.7: 

(noB.) 



A4.8: 

905 1 



905' 

905' 
905* 



A4. ANIMAL. INDUSTRY BUREAU—Continued 
B. A. I. orders — Continued 



Same, amendment 1 



165 
166 
167 



162 
163 
I 
164 

Map of districts infected with, splenetic fever 

sizes 



190.J-07, maps 
1908 and 11K)9, 



(1901-04, a map for each of the 5 districts or sections was issued eacli year. 

were issued only for those sections having changes to be published. 

the map for tlio whole area (formerly shown as sec. 1-5) has been printed on 1 large 

sheet. 
Titles vary somewhat. Maps for 1908 and 1909 have no titles.] 



1891, 
1892, 
1893, 
1894, 
1895, 
1896, 
1897, 
1898, 
1899, 
1900, 
1901, 



Feb. 5 
Feb. 26 
Feb. 15 
Feb. 5 
Feb. 5 
June 
Feb. 
Jan. 1 
Jan. 1 
Jan. 1 
Jan., sec. 

sec. 

sec. 

sec. 



1905, Jan., 



1906, Jan. 



1907, Feb. 



1902 * 

1903 * 

1904 * 

Rules 



Same, 
Same, 
Same, 
Same, 
Same, 
Same, 
Same, 
Same, 
Same, 
Same, 
Same, 

Same, 
Same, 



Sept. 

1908, Apr. 1 

1909, Apr. 1 



sec. 1 [Not issued.] 

sec. 2 

sec. 3 

sec. 4 

sec. 6 

sec. 1 

sec. 2-4 

sec. 5 

sec. 1 

sec. 2 

sec. 3 

sec. 4 

sec. 5 

sec. 1-4 

sec. 5 



[Not issued.] 
[Not issued.] 



[Not issued.] 



amendment 1 
revision 1 

revision 1, amendment 1 
revision 1, amendment 2 
revision 1, amendment 3 
revision 1, amendment 4 
revision 1, amendment 5 
revision 1, amendment 6 
revision 1, amendment 7 
revision 1, amendment 8 
revision 1, amendment 9 

amendment 1 
amendment 2 



3 
4 
5 

[Later rules, with amendments and revisions, are incorporated in the series of B. A. I. 
orders (A4.5:).] 

Regulations 

Regulations of Secretary of Agriculture governing inspection, disinfection, 
certification, treatment, handling, and metnod and manner of 
delivery and shipment of live stock which is subject of interstate 
commerce. 1905. 

Same, amendment 1, modification of regulations 10, 19, 20, 21, 22, and 
24. Aug. 30, 1905. 

Same, amendment 2, modification of regulation 21. Sept. 27, 1905. 
Same, amendment 3, modifications of regulations 41, 42, 44, and 45. 
Dec. 15, 1905. 



216 



Classiflca* 
tlon no. 

A4:.8: 

906 



A4.9: 

(nos.) 



A4. ANIMAL INDUSTRY BUREAU— Continued 



A4.10: 

906 

907 1 

9072 
908^ 
9082 
908' 
9091 
909 2 
9093 



A4:.ll: 

907 

A4.12: 

(nos.) 

tA4.13 

(nos.) 



June 16, 1906. 

A. I. orders 



Regulations— Continued 

Same, amendment 4, modification of regulation 38. 

[Later Regulations and amendments are incorporated in the series of B 
(A4.5:).] 

Press bulletins various sizes 

[Notes on work and publications relative to dairjdng, etc., issued for use of press.] 
Oct. 15, 1905 8 Aug. 25, 1906 * 



9 


Apr. 12, 1907 


10 


May 29, 1907 


11 


Apr. 6, 1908 


12 


Apr. 25, 1908 


13 


May 19, 1908 


14 


June 8, 1908 



Jan. 3, 1906 
Feb. 1, 1906 

May 17, 1906 * 

June 6, 1906 * 

June 28, 1906 * 

July 20, 1906 * 

[Discontinued.] 

Meat-Inspection directory- 
Directory, by numbers, of establishments having [meat] inspection. 

Dec. 20, 1906. 4« 
Meat-inspection directory, by numbers and stations, and address list of 

inspectors and others. May 6, 1907. 4* 



Same. 


Aug. 5, 1907. 


4» 


Same. 


Jan. 9, 1908. 


4* 


Same. 


July 1, 1908. 


4» 


Same. 


Oct. 9, 1908. 


4» 


Same. 


Jan. 13, 1909. 


4» 


Same. 


Apr. 1, 1909. 


4* 



Meat-inspection directory, official establishments, by numbers [and sta- 
tions, and address list of inspectors]. Oct. 1, 1909. 4* 

[Discontinued.!] 

Address list of [meat] inspectors 

Address list of [meat] inspectors and others. Jan. 15, 1907. 4° 

[Discontinued. Later lists are incorporated in the Meat-inspection directory (A4.10:907 »- 
909»).] 

Meat Inspection rulings (signed by Secretary of Agriculture) 

la Oct. 29, 1906 
2a Sept. 2, 1907 
3a Apr. 6, 1908 

Service announcements (monthly) 

[1] May 15, 1907 
2 



Same, index to [nos. 1-8], 1907 



14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 

21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 



Same, index to [nos. 9-20], 1908 



t Later information of a similar nature appears in Directory of Bureau of Animal 
Industry (A4. 14 .-footnote). 
tSee footnote on p. 217. 



217 



CUsslflca* 
tlon no. 



A4. ANIMAL. INDUSTRY BUREAU— Oontiaued 

tA^.13:| Service announcements— Continued 

(no8.) 



27 
28 
29 
30 



AS, 



31 
32 

Same, index to [nos. 21-^2], 1909 

BIOLOGICAL SURVEY BUREAU 



[EstablL'ihed July 1, ISS."), under the Division of Entomology (A9.). Became an independent division 
Julv 1, ISSf), Called Division of Ornitholocy and Mammalogy, or Economic Ornithology and Mam- 
malogy, prior to July 1, 18%; called Biological Survey Division, July 1, 189&-July 1, 1905; since July 1, 
lOctr), name has been "Bureau of Biological Survey. 

Scf, for information concerning bureau, Historical slcetch of Departmentof Agriculture (A21.3:3 »-»).] 



A5.1: 

(datej 

A6.2: 

(CT) 
A6.3: 

(noB.) 



A5.3a: 

(CT) 

A6.4: 

(nos.) 



Annual reports 

[1886-1909, in annual reports of Agriculture Department (Al.l:) and Issued separately 
also.] 

General publications 

[None issued.] 
Bulletins 



1 


12 


2 editions 


23 


2 


13 




24 


3 


14 




25 


4 


15 




26 


5 


16 




27 


6 


17 




28 


7 


18 




29 


8 2 editions 


19 


2 editions 


30 


9 


20 




31 


10 


21 




32 


11 


22 




33 



Bulletins (separates) 

[A few of the more important papers contained in the Bulletins have been issued sepa- 
rately.] 

Circulars 



10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 



2 editions 

[Ist edition.] 
Same. [2d edition.] 



2 editions 



[let edition.] 1888 
Same. [2d edition.] 



1889 



2 editions 



16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 



4 editions 



2 editions 

3 editions 



t This Checklist ends with the publications of the calendar year 1909. The Animal 
Industry Bureau has since begun other new series of publications. This has necessi- 
tated new classes under A4., the series titles of which are as follows: 
A4.14: Directory of Bureau of Animal Industry 
(date) [Supersedes Meat-Inspection directory (A4.10:).] 

A4.15: Animals imported for breeding purposes for which certificates of pure 

(CT) breedmg have been issued by Bureau of Animal Industry. 



218 



Classifica- 




A5. 


BIOLOGICAL SURVEY E 


fURI 


tion no. 
















A5.4: 


Circulars— Continued 








(nos.) 


33 








52 


2 editions 




34 








53 








35 








54 








36 








55 








37 








56 








38 








57 








39 








58 








40 


2 editions 




59 








41 








60 


4 editions 




42 








61 








43 








62 








44 








63 








45 








64 








46 








65 








47 








66 








48 








67 








49 








68 








50 








69 








51 








70 






A5.5: 


NorthL 


American fauna 








(nos.) 


1 
2 
3 
4 
5 






11 
12 
13 
14 
15 






21 
22 
23 
24 
25 




6 


[Not issued.] 


16 






26 




7 






17 






27 




8 






18 






28 




9 


[Not issued.] 


19 






29 




10 






20 






30 



-Continued 



A5.50: 

(CT) 



North. American fauna (separates) 

[A few of the more important papers contained in the North American fauna have ' 
issued separately.] 



A6. BOTANY DIVISION 

[Organized Mar. 1869. Merged into Bureau of Plant Industry July 1, 1901; see A19. See, for history of 
division, Historical sketch of Department of Agriculture (A21.3:3i-») and Yearbook, 1897 (A1.10:897).] 



A6.1: 

(date) 

A6.1«: 

(CT) 

A6.2: 

B65 

G76 



In7 

mi' 



Annual reports 



[1869-1901, in annual reports of Agriculture Department (Al.l:), except for years 1871 
1873, 1875, and 1877, when no reports were submitted. Usually Issued separately 



, separately 

also.] 

Annual reports (separates) 

[A few of the more important papers contained in the annual reports have been issued 
separately.] 

General publications 

Botanical Exchange Club . Rules for Botanical Exchange Club ; by George 
Vasey. n, d. 

Grasses. Descriptive catalogue of grasses of U. S., including especially 
• grass collections at New Orleans Exposition made by Department of 
Agriculture and State exhibits of grasses, with notes on such species 
as are more or less employed in agriculture or deserving of trial and 
cultivation; by Geo. Vasey. Washington, Gibson Bros., printers, 
Apr. 1885. 

[Published as report of Agriculture Department at World's Industrial and Cotton Cen- 
tennial. On title-page of copy in file of Agriculture Department, Publications Di- 
vision, is written the following note: "Said to have been printed at Gibson Bros, 
to save expense. Paid for from Exposition funds."] 

Instructions to botanical collectors; by Geo. Vasey. n. d. 
North American grasses. Illustrations of North American grasses, v. 1: 
Grasses of the Southwest, plates and descriptions of grasses of desert 



219 



ClasBillca* 
tlon no. 

A6.2: 



N81 



P69 

A6.3: 

(no8.) 



A6.4: 

(no8.) 



A6.5: 

(v. no8.) 



A6.5a: 

(CT) 
A6.6: 

(no8.) 



A6. BOTANY DIVISION— Continued 

General publications— Continued 

region of western Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, and southern Cali- 
fornia; by Geo. Vasey. 1891. large 8° [Reissue of Botany Divi- 
sion Bulletin 12, pte. 1, 2 (A6.3:12 '>').] 
Same, v. 2: Grasses of Pacific slope, including Alaska and adjacent 
islands, plates and descriptions of grasses of California, Oregon, 
Washington, and tlie northwestern coast, including Alaska; bj^ Geo. 
Vasey. 1893. large 8<* [Reissue of Botany Division Bulletin 13, 
pts. 1, 2(A6.3:13''^).] 
Plant breeding and seed selection; by Frederick V. Coville. June 22, 
1898. 



Bulletins 
















1 








14 








2 








15 








3 








16 


3 editions 






4 








17 








5 








18 








6 








19 








7 








20 








8 








21 








9 








22 








10 








23 








11 








24 








12, 2 pts. large 


) 8° 


[Also issued 


25 








as V. 1, 


Illustrations of North 


26 


[4039-160] 






American 


^sses. See A6.2: 


27 








miK] 








28 








13, 2 pta. large 


J 8° 


[Also issued 


29 








as V. 2, 


Illustrations of North 










American | 
N812.] 


grasses. See A6.2: 










Circulars 
















1 




9 


3 editions 


17 




25 




2 




10 




18 


3 editions 


26 




3 2 editions 




11 




19 




27 


2 editions 


4 




12 


2 editions 


20 




28 




5 




13 


3 editions 


21 


2 editions 


29 




6 




14 




22 




30 


2 editions 


7 2 editions 




15 




23 








8 




16 




24 









Contributions from U. S. national herbarium 

[The U. S. National Herbarium had its beginning in the botanical collections which 
came into the possession of the Smithsonian Institution from the various exploring 
expeditions of the United States Government and of the Smithsonian Institution. 
It w as transferred to the custody of the Agriculture Department in 1868 and returned 
to the Smithsonian Institution July 1, lvS9«. The Agriculture Department, how- 
ever, continued to publish this series of botanical reports until July 1, 1902, when, in 
pursuance of an act of Congress, the National Museum assumed the responsibiUty 
of the publication.] 

V. 3, no. 3 
no. 4 
no. 5 
no. 6 
no. 7 
no. 8 
no. 9 

See, for later volumes, SI 3.8 : 
Contributions from U. S. national herbarium (separates) 

[A few of the more important papers contained in the various numbers of this series are 
issued separately in pamphlet form.] 

Inventories 



. 1, no. 1 


v. 


1, 


no. 8 


no. 2 






no. 9 


no. 3 


V. 


2, 


no. 1 


no. 4 






no. 2 


no. 5 






no. 3 


no. 6 


V. 


3, 


no. 1 


no. 7 






no. 2 



V. 4 






V. 


6 




V. 5, 


no. 


1 


V. 


7, 


no. 1 




no. 


2 






no. 2 




no. 


3 






no. 3 




no. 


4 










no. 


5 










no. 


6 









220 



Classlflca* 
tlon no. 


A6. 


BOTANY DIVISION— Continued 


A6.6: 


Inventories— 


-Continued 


(no8.) 


7 
8 
9 SeeAl9.S:5. 

10 ^ee A19.3:66. 

11 /See A19.3:97. 


12 .See A19.3:106. 17 >See A19.3:153 

13 /See A19.3:132. 18 /See A 19. 3: 162 

14 /SeeA19.3:137. 19 /See A 19. 3: 168 

15 See A19.3:142. 

16 See A19.3:148. 



A7. CHEMISTRY BUREAU 

[Division of Chemistrj' established 1S62; name became Bureau of Chemistry July 1, 1901. See, 
information concerning bureau, Historical sketch of Department of Agriculture (A21.3:3 1-3).] 



for 



A7.1: 

(date) 

A7.2: 

All 

A871 

A87 2 

A87' 
C92 



D41 

D84 

Ex6 

F731 

F732 
F733 
F73* 
F73« 
G16 

M46 

Oi5 

P961 
P962 
P963 
P96* 
P971 

P972 



R22 



Annual reports 

[1862-1909 (except 1863, none issued), in annual reports of Agriculture Department (Al.l:), 
and of late years usually issued separately also.] 

General publications 

Alcohol. Tables for calculating percentage of alcohol. [1905.] 

Association of Official Agricultural Chemists. Announcement of meeting 
of Association of Official Agricultural Chemists, 1903. Sept. 1903, 
narrow 8® * 

Association of Official Agricultural Chemists. Announcement of 24th 
annual convention of Association of Official Agricultural Chemists, 
1907. [July 1, 1907.] 4o 
Same, 25th annual convention [1908]. [Aug. 15, 1908.] 4° 

Beet sugar industry. /See Al.2:B39. 

Cuprous oxid. Table for reduction of cuprous oxid to copper, using factor 
0.88826, and of reduced copper calculated to invert sugar according 
to E. Wein. [1905.] 

Denatured alcohol. Model denatured alcohol distillery; [by H. E. Saw- 
yer]. Dec. 5, 1908. 

Drugs. Outline of cooperative work on drugs. Association of Official Agri- 
cultural Chemists, 1906; [by Lyman F. Kebler]. May 31, 1906. 

Experimental work with pure yeast cultures in determining chemical 
character of fermented products. Nov. 4, 1907. 

Food definitions and standards; prepared by committee on food standards, 
Association of Official Agricultural Chemists. [1903.] 10 p. 
Same. [1904.] 1 p. 
Same. [1904.] 2 p. 
Same. [1904.] 3 p. 

Food for cattle. Directions for sampling stock foods, [1907,] 

Garbage. Directions for securing information in regard to disposal of 
garbage, sewage, etc., in foreign cities. Dec. 1, 1897. 4° 

Meat proteids. Report of referee on separation of meat proteids, Associa- 
tion of Official Agricultural Chemists, 1907; by F. C. Cook. [1907.] 

Oils and fats. Methods for analysis of edible oils and fats, not including 
dairy products; by L. M. Tolman. [1901.] 

Publications of Division of Chemistry. Dec. 20, 1899, 
Same. May 1, 1901. 
Same, Aug. 1, 1902. 
Same. Aug. 1, 1903, 

Pure-food laws. Summary of pure-food laws of foreign countries affecting 
American exports. [1903.] 

Purity of food products, tentative draft submitted Nov. 19, 1906; by com- 
mittee on food standards. Association of Official Agricultural Chem- 
ists. [1906,] 

Testing of chemical reagents [Association of Official Agricul- 
tural Chemists] cooperative work, 1905 [report of committee on test- 
ing of chemical reagents], [May 27, 1905.] 



221 



I 



» 



Classlflca- 
tlon no. 

A7.2: 

Sa3 

St2 



Su3 
Un3» 

Un32 

Un33 
W29 
Y31 

Y32 
A7.3: 

(nos.) 



A7. CHEMISTRY BUREAU— Continued 

General publications— Continued 

Salad oils for which chemical limits are to be suggested. [1905.] 

Standards of purity for food products, preliminary draft submitted as basis 
for suggestion; by committee on food standards, Association of Ofl5- 
cial Agricultural Chemists. [1905.] 

Sugar. Report on sugar [Association of OflSicial Agricultural Chemists], 
1907; [by] C. A. Browne. [1907.] 

Unification of terms. Preliminary report on unification of terms for re- 
porting analytical results; [prepared by] committee of Association 
of Official Agricultiuul Chemists. [1905.J 

Unification of terms. Cooperative work on unification of terms for report- 
ing analytical results, Association of Official Agricultural Chemists, 
1906. [Feb. 10, 1906.] 
Same [1907]. Sept. 1, 1907. 

Water. Directions for sampling water sold on open market. [1907.] 

Yeast cultures for experimental purposes; [Directions for use of pure yeast 
cultures; by William B. Alwood]. Aug. 15, 1908. 
Same. Aug. 1, 1909. 

Bulletins 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 

13, 10 pts. 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 



44 


86 




45 


87 




46 2 editions 


88 




47 


89 




48 


90 




49 2 editions 


91 


2 editions 


50 


92 




51 


93 




52 2 editions 


94 




53 


95 




54 


96 




55 


97 




56 


98 




57 


Same, revised, pt. 1 


58 




[Pt. 2 not issued.] 


59 


99 




60 


100 




61 


101 




62 


102 




63 


103 




64 


104 




65 


105 




66 2 editions 


106 




67 


107 


3 editions 


68 


108 




69 [Ist edition], 6 pte. 
Same, revised, 9 pts. 


109 




110 




70 


111 




71 


112, 


2 pts. 


72 


113 




73 


114 




74 


115 




75 


116 


2 editions 


76 


117 




77 2 editions 


118 




78 


119 




79 


120 




80 2 editions 


121 




81 


122 


2 editions 


82 


123 




83, 2 pts. 


124 




84, 5 pts. 


125 




85 


126 


2 editions 



222 



Classiflca- 
tlon no. 



A7. CHEMISTRY BUREAU— Continued 
A7.3 : Bulletins— Continued 



(nos.) 



A7.3a: 

(CT) 
A7.4: 

(nos.) 



A7.5: 

(nos.) 



127 
128 



129 
130 t 



131 1 
132 



Bulletins (separates) 

[A few of the papers contained in the Bulletins were issued separately in pamphlet form.) 

Circulars 



1 




13 




25 




37 


2 editions 


2 




14 


7 editions 


26 




38 




3 


3 editions 


15 


3 editions 


27 




39 




4 




16 


6 editions 


28 




40 


2 editions 


5 




17 




29 




41 


2 editions 


6 




18 




30 




42 




7 


2 editions 


19 


3 editions 


31 




43 


2 editions 


8 


2 editions 


20 




32 




44 




9 




21 




33 


2 editions 


45 




10 


2 editions 


22 




34 




46 




11 




23 




35 


2 editions 


47 




12 


3 editions 


24 




36 


3 editions 






Food inspection decisions 








1 






24 




47 


2 editions 


2 






25 




48 


2 editions 


3 






26 




49 






4 






27 




50 






5 






28 




51 






6 






29 




52 






7 






30 




53 






8 






31 




54 






9 






32 




55 






10 






33 




56 






11 






34 




57 






12 






35 




58 






13 






36 




59 






14 






37 




60 






15 






38 




61 






16 






39 




62 






17 






40 




63 






18 






41 




64 






19 






42 




65 


See A1.2:W57. 


20 






43 




66 






21 






44 




67 






22 






45 




68 






23 






46 3 editions 









See, for later numbers, A32.5: 
A8. ENTOMOLOGICAL COMMISSION 

[Transferred from Interior Department by acts of June 16, 1880 (Stat. L. v. 21, p. 27G) and Mar. 3, 1881 (Stat. 
L. V. 21, p. 383). See, for earlier publications, I 26. The work under Agriculture Department began 
July 1, 1881. 

The above-mentioned act of Mar. 3, 1881, carried the last appropriation for the Entomological Commis- 
sion, which was discontinued June 30, 1882, its final report ( A8.1:5) being completed and published later 
while the author was employed in the Division of Entomology (A9.).] 

A8.1: Annual reports 

(nos.) Ist [Issued as publication of Geological and Geographical Survey of the 

Territories (Hayden). See I 26.1:1.] 
2d [Issued as publication of Interior Department, report being made 

direct to the Secretary. See I 26.1:2.] 
3d [2154^4] 

4th [2325-39] .See, for Ist edition, 126.3:3. 
5th [2800-269] See, for 1st edition, 1 26.3:7. 



fNot printed up to Dec. 31, 1909. 



223 



CUssittca* 
tlon no. 

A8.1«: 

(CT) 

A8.2: 

(CT) 
A8.3: 

(nos.) 

A8.4: 
(nos.) 



♦ A8. ENTOMOLOGICAL COMMISSION— Continued 

Annual reports (separates) 

[A few of tho more Important papers contained in the annual reports have been issued 
separately. ScpamU's from tno 3d, 4ih, and 5th reports are to be classed here; tee 
for separates from the 1st and 2d reports, 126.1o:] 

General publications 

[None issued.] 
Bulletins 

(Nos. 1 and 2 made under direction of Geological and Geographical Survey of the Terri- 
tories (Ilayden); nos. 3-7, under direction of Interior Department. None issued 
under Agriculture Department. See 1 26.3:] 

Circulars 



[None issued under Agriculture Department. 
Department. See 126.4:] 



Twelve circulars issued under Interior 



A9. ENTOMOLOGY BUREAU 

[Division of Entomology established in 18()3. Became Bureau of Entomology July 1, 1904. See, for 
information concerning bureau, Historical sketch of Department of AgriciUture (A21.3:3 '-').] 

A9.1: Annual reports 



(date) 

A9.2: 

Ap3i 

Ap32 
B471-3 



B47* 

B47« 

B47« 

347^ 

B47» 

C82 

N42o 

on 

P41 
P65 

8131 
Si32 



[1863-1909 (except 1878, none issued), in annual reports of Agriculture Department 
(Al.l:), and since 1879 issued separately also.] 

General publications 

Apiculture. [List of publications relating to apiculture.] [Mar. 25, 
1909.] 4° 
Same. [June 5, 1909.] 4o 

Bibliography of more important contributions to American economic ento- 
mology: pts. 1-3, Writings of Benjamin Dann Walsh and Charles 
Valentine Riley; by Samuel Henshaw. 1890. [2768-133] 

Contents: 

pt. 1. Writings of Benjamin Dann Walsh. 1889. 
pt. 2. Joint writings of B. D. Walsh and C. V. Riley. 1889. 
pt. 3. Writings of Charles Valentine Riley. 1889. 
Index to pts. 1-3. 1890. 

Same: pt. 4, Writings of Government and State entomologists, and of 

other contributors, A-K; by Samuel Henshaw. 1895. 
Same: pt. 5, Writings of Government and State entomologists, and of 

other contributors, L-Z; by Samuel Henshaw. 1896. 
Same: pt. 6, Writings published between June 30, 1888, and Dec. 30, 

1896; by Nathan Banks. 1898. 
Same: pt. 7, Writings published between Dec. 31, 1896, and Jan. 1, 

1900; by Nathan Banks. 1901. 
Same: pt. 8, Writings published between Dec. 31, 1899, and Jan. 1, 
1905; by Nathan Banks. 1905. 
Cotton insects. Report upon cotton insects; by J. Henry Comstock. 

1879. 
New Orleans Exposition. Catalogue of exhibit of economic entomology 
at World's Industrial and Cotton Centennial Exposition, New Or- 
leans, 1884-85. 1888. 
Orange. Report on insects affecting orange and other plants of citrus 
family, with practical suggestions for their control or extermination; 
by H. G. Hubbard. 1885. [2326-40] 
[Periodical cicada, or seventeen-year locust; by C. V. Riley.] May, 
1894. 4» 

Pine timber. Preliminary information on management of storm-felled 
pine timber to prevent damage by wood-boring insects, in States 
south of North Carolina, Tennessee, Missouri, and Kansas; [by A. D. 
Hopkins]. [June 18, 1908.] 4° 

Silk culture. Circular of information in regard to work in silk culture; 
[by L. O. Howard]. Oct. 2, 1905. f • 

Silk culture. Information in regard to work in silk culture; [by L. O. 
Howard]. Dec. 17, 1908. 4'> 



224 



Classifica- 
tion no. 

A9.2: 

Sp3 

St7 

A9.3: 

(nos.) 



A9.4:: 

(nos.) 



A9.5: 

(nos.) 



A9. ENTOMOLOGY BUREAU— Continufed 

General publications— Continued 

Specimens. Suggestions to correspondents for collection of specimens [of 
insects] and making of observations; [by A. D. Hopkins]. Apr. 23, 

1908. 4« 

Stored products. Investigation of insects affecting stored products [espe- 
cially cereals and cereal products; by F. H. Chittenden]. Sept. 1, 

1909. 4<» 

Bulletins [old series] 



1 [1st edition] 


13 


Same. 


2d edition 


14 


Same. 


3d edition * 


15 


2 2 editions 


16 


3 




17 


4 




18 


5 




19 


6 2 editions 


20 


7 




21 2 editions 


8 2 edit 


ions 


22 


9 [1st edition] See A1.6:ll. 


23 


Same. 


2d edition See M.Q'.ll. 


24 


Same. 


3d edition See A1.6:ll. 


25 


Same. 


4th edition SeeM.Q\\\. 


26 


Same. 


5th edition SeeM.%'M. 


27 


Same. 


6th revised edition 


28 


Same. 


7th revised edition 


29 


10 * 




30 


Same. 


2d revised edition 


31 


11 




32 


12 




33 



See, for new series, A9.6: 
Circulars [1st series] 

[This series is described as "a miscellaneous and indiCerent series, hardly worthy to be 
entitled to the dignity of being considered publications." The whole nxxmber 
exceeded 40 (nearly all being circular letters), of which nos. Ic, 16, 18, 22, and 27 
are the only ones known to exist.] 



Ic 








16 * 








18 








22 








27 * 








Circulars [2d series] 






[Beginning with 2d edition of 52, "2d series" is 


5 omitted.5 


1 




18, 


revision of 14 


2 2 editions 






Same, Spanish 


3 






Same, German 


4 




19 


2 editions 


5 2 editions 




20 


2 editions 


6 See, for revision, 


A9.5:14. 


21 


2 editions 


Same, Spanish 




22 




7 




23 


2 editions 


8 2 editions 




24 


2 editions 


9 




25 


2 editions 


10 




26 




11 2 editions 




27 




12 2 editions 




28 


2 editions 


13 2 editions 




29 


3 editions 


14, revision of 6 See 


, for revision. 


30 




A9.5:18. 




31 


3 editions 


Same, Spanish 




32 


4 editions 


15 




33 




16 




34 


2 editions 


17 




35 


See, for revision, A9.5:71 



225 



ClasslOra- 


A9. ENTOMOJ 


LOGl 


f BUREAU-^Continued 


tlon no. 








A9.5: 


Circulars [2d series]— Continued 




(noB.) 


36 2 editions 




74 




37 4 editions 




75 3 editions 




38 3 editions 




76 3 editions 




39 3 editions 




77 




40 2 editions 




78 




41 




79 3 editions 




42 




80 




Same. Revised [edition] 




81 




Same. 2d edition * 




82 




Same. 3d edition 




83 




Same. 4th edition 




84 




Same. 5th edition 




85 




43 2 editions 




86 ' 




44 




87 




45 




88 




46 2 editions 




89 




47 2 editions 




90 




48 2 editions 




91 




49 




92 




50 2 editions 




93 2 editions 




51 2 editions 




94 




52 2 editions 




95, revision of 56 




53 




Same, revised 




54 




Same, revised, French 




55 




96 




56 • See for revision, A9.5:95. 




97 




57 




98 




58 




99 




59 2 editions 




100 [Not issued up to De 




60 




101 




61 




102 




62 2 editions 




103 




63 2 editions 




104 




64 




105 




65 




106 




66 2 editions 




107 




67 




108 




68 




109 




69 




110 




70 




111 




71, revision of 35 2 editions 




112 




72 




113 




73 




114 


A9.6: 


Bulletins [new series] 






(noB.) 


[Beginning with 58, "new series 


' is omitted .1 




1 [Ist edition] 




15 




Same. Revised edition 


[3435- 


16 




359] 




17 




Same. 3d edition 




18 




2 




19 




3 




20 




4 3 editions 




21 




5 




22 




6 




23 




7 




24 




8 




25 




9 




26 




10 




27 2 editions 




11 




28 




12 




29 




13 




30 




14 




31 



1909.] 



82452°— Il- 



ls 



226 



Classlflca- 
tion no. 

A9.6: 

(no8.) 



A9. ENTOMOLOGY BUREAU— Continued 



A9.6«: 

(CT) 
A9.7: 

(v. nos.) 



BiQletlns [newseries]- 

32 
33 
34 
35 
36 



Same, appendix 
2 editions 



2 editions 



[4833-383] 



2 editions 



-Continued 

61 
62 
63, 



64, 
65 
66, 
67 
68, 



69 
70 
71 

72 
73 

74 
75, 
76 

77 



7 pts. and index [Issued sepa- 
rately and also in one pam- 
phlet.] 

7 pts. 

7 pts. 

9 pts. and index [Issued sepa- 
rately (pt. 1 revised), and also 
in one pamphlet.] 



7 pts. 



5 pts. 



Same, index 
78 2 editions 
79 
80, 4 pts. 

81 1 

82, pts. 1-3 

83, pt. 1 

84 

85, pts. 1, 2 



Bulletins [new series] (separates) 

[A few of the more important papers contained in the Bulletins were issued separately.] 

Insect life 



1, no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 



no. 11 
no. 12 
2, no. 1 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
nos 
no. 



2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 and 8 

9 

no. 10 
nos. 11 and 12 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 



3, no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 



V. 


3, 


no. 


6 






nos 


7 and 8 






nos 


9 and 10 






nos 


11 and 12 


V. 


4, 


nos 


land 2 






nos 


3 and 4 






nos 


5 and 6 






nos 


7 and 8 






nos 


9 and 10 






nos 


11 and 12 


V. 


5 


no. 


1 






no. 


2 






no. 


3 






no. 


4 






no. 


5 


V. 


6 


no. 


1 






no. 


2 






no. 


3 






no. 


4 






no. 


5 


V. 


7 


no. 


1 






no. 


2 






no. 


3 






no. 


4 






no. 


5 


[V 


8 


1, General index 



[Discontinued. The class of matter formerly used in this series is continued in Bulle- 
tins, new series (A9.6:) and Technical series (A9.8:).] 



t Not printed up to Dec. 31, 1909, 



227 



riamincatlon 
no. 

Ai).7": 

(CT) 

A9.8: 

(no8.) 



A9. ENTOMOLOGY BUREAU— Continued 

Insect life (separates) 
[A few of the more important articles were issued separately in pamphlet form.] 

Teclinlcal series 

1 4 7 10 13 IG, 3pte. 

2 5 8 11 14 17, pt. 1 

3 6 9 12, 9 pts. 15 



AlO. EXPERIMENT STATIONS OFFICE 



[Established July 1, 1888. 



Su, for history of office, Historical sketch of Department of Agriculture 
(A21.3:3 »-») and Yearbook, 1897 (Al 10:897).] 



AlO.l': 

(date) 

AlO.l^: 

(date) 



Annual reports of director (to Secretary of Agriculture) 

[1888-1909, in annual reports of Agriculture Department (Al.l:), and issued 
rately also.] 

Annual reports of Office of Experiment Stations 

(to Congress) 

[By provision of the act establishing experiment stations in connection with the 
agricultural colleges in the various States and Territories, approved Mar. 2, 1887, 
the stations were required to send to the governors of their respective States or 
Territories, for transmission to the Secretary of Agriculture, on or before Feb. 1 of 
each year, a statement of their receipts and expenditures, with an outline of the 
work accomplished. 

It was not, however, until the approval of the agricultural appropriation act of Aug. 8, 
1894, that provision wiis made for sending to Congress an annual report based 
upon these returns. The report for the fiscal year 1895, the one called for in the 
act, was laid before the Senate Apr. 7, 1896, and referred to the Committee on 
Printing, who reported a concurrent resolution providing for its publication as a 
document, with 2,000 additional copies for the use of the Agriculture Depart- 
ment. The resolution passed the Senate, but did not receive the sanction of the 
House, and the report tlierefore was never printed. 

The 2d report, 1896, called for by Congress, was printed as Senate document 137, 54th 
Congress, 2d session; serial no. 3470. 

The 3d report, 1897, was printed as House document 205, 55th Congress, 2d session; 
serial no. 3667, and also as Bulletin 50, Experiment Stations Office. 

The 4th report, 1898, was printed as House document 121, 55th Congress, 3d session; 
serial no. 3768, and also as Bulletin 61, Experiment Stations Office. 

The 5th report, 1899, was printed as House document 500, 56th Congress, 1st session; 
serial no. 3929, and also as Bulletin 83, Experiment Stations Office. 

The 6th report, 1900, was printed as House document 336, 56th Congress, 2d session; 
serial no. 4116, and also as Bulletin 93, Experiment Stations Office. 

The 7th report, 1901, and succeeding reports have appeared in both bureau and 
Congressional editions as shown below.] 



1 



A10.12«: 

(CT) 
A10.2: 

Ab2 

Ac2 
Am3» 
Am32 

B64 



1901 

1902 
1903 
1904 
1905 
1906 
1907 
1908 
1909 



4301-334] 
4425-104 
4598-148 
4878-421^ 
5049-924 
5211-820 
5317-984 
5487-1561] 
[5778-128] 



Annual reports of Experiment Stations Office 

(to Congress) (separates) 

General publications 

Abbreviations [of titles of periodicals, transactions, etc.] used in Experi- 
ment station record. [1897.] 

Accounts. Classification of experiment station accounts. May 10, 
1907. 

American system of agricultural education; by A. C. True and Dick J. 
Crosby. 1904. 

American Association of Farmers' Institute Workers. Constitution and 
by-laws of American Association of Farmers' Institute Workers. 
[1909.] 

Books by agricultural college and experiment station men. [1906.] 



228 



Classification 
no. 

A10.2: 

CI71 

CI72 

CI73 

C43» 

C432 
C433 
C434 

D781 



D782 
D783 

D78^ 

F22 
r45^ 

F452 
F76 



G28 

In2 
Ir7i 

Ir72 



Ir73 

Ir7* 

N95 

Or3^ 

Or32 

Or33 
P83 



AlO. EXPERIMENT STATIONS OFFICE— Continued 

General publications— Continued 

Card index. Terms of sale of card index of agricultural literature. 
189[3, reprint 1896]. [See also AlO. 4:47.] 

Card index. Announcement respecting card index of experiment 
station literature. [1908.] 

Card index. Announcement regarding sale of separate divisions of 
card index of experiment station literature. [1909.] 

[Chicago, 111., World's Columbian Exposition, collective college and 
station exhibit.] May 12, 1892. 4« 
Same, address by advisory board. Nov. 19, 1892. 4° 
Same [letter to accompany address]. Nov. 23, 1892. 4» 
Same, extract from annual address, New Orleans convention, Nov. 
1892. [1892.] 40 

Drainage investigations. Work and publications of drainage investiga- 
tions. Jan. 9, 1908. [See, for earlier lists of publications, 
A10.16:] 
Same. June 24, 1908. 

Drainage investigations. Organization, work, and publications of 
drainage investigations. June 18, 1909. 
Same. Aug. 4, 1909. 
See, for later edition, A10.4:88. 

Farmers' institutes in United States; by John Hamilton. 1904. 

Field reports. Suggestions concerning preparation of monthly field 
reports [of experiment stations]. [1907.] 4° 

Field men. Instructions to field men. [1909.] 4° 

Forestry in nature study [with list of references]. Sept. 29, 1909. 
[Prepared in cooperation with Forest Service. Printed for dis- 
tribution at Alaska- Yukon-Pacific Exposition, Seattle, Wash., 
1909.] 

General index to Experiment station record, v. 1-12, 1889-1901, and to 
Experiment Station Bulletin 2. 1903. 

Index to Experiment station work [announcement]. May 7, 1898. 

Irrigation and drainage investigations of Office of Experiment Stations; 
by R. P. Teele. 1904. 

Irrigation investigations. [Announcement of publication of bulletins 
giving results of work in irrigation investigations.] Dec. 19, 1908. 
narrow f ° 

Irrigation investigations. Organization, work, and publications of irri- 
gation investigations. Apr. 11, 1908. [See, for earlier lists of 
publications, AlO. 16:] 
Same. July 6, 1909. [See, for later edition. Circular 87 (A10.4: 
87).] 

Nutrition. Investigations on nutrition of man in United States; by 
C. F. Langworthy and R. D. Milner. 1904. 

Organization and work of agricultural experiment stations in United 
States; by Dick J. Crosby. 1904. 

Organization and work of Office of Experiment Stations. May 18, 1907. 
240 [Printed for distribution at Jamestown Ter-Centennial Ex- 
position, Norfolk, Va., 1907.] 
Same. June 7, 1909. 24'' [Printed for distribution at Alaska- 
Yukon-Pacific Exposition, Seattle, Wash., 1909.] 

Porto Rico. Report on investigations of agricultural resources and 
capabilities of Porto Rico, with special reference to establish- 
ment of agricultural experiment station in that island; [by Sea- 
man A. Knapp]. 1901. [4117-171] 



229 



llasNitlcatlon 
no. 

A 10.2: 

P96' 



P96» 
Sa2 

St2 

A10.3: 

(no8.) 



AlO. EXPERIMENT STATIONS OFFICE— Continued 

General publications— Continued 

Publications of Office of Experiment Stations, 1900 and 1901, and 

Station publications received by Office of Experiment Stations 

during 1900 and 1901. 1906. 
[Dulletln 80 ( A10.;?:80), p. 500-623, contained similar lists RlvlnK previous Information 

up to 1800; these pa^es were also Issued separately. The 1002, 1903, and 1904 

lists appeared in annual reports of Experiment Stations OlHce (AlO.l*:), and 

were al.so issued separately'. 
Bulletin 180 (A10.3:180) is a List of publications of agricultural experiment stations 

to June 30, 1900, and supersedes previous lists of station publications. See also 

A10.17:] 

Publications. Notes for guidance in preparation of publications of 
Office of Experiment Stations. [Mar. 20, 1907.] 4*» 

St. Louis, Mo. Description of exhibit of colleges of agriculture and 
mechanic arts and experiment stations, Louisiana Purchase Ex- 
position, St. Louis, Mo., 1904; by W. H. Beal. 1904. 

Station publications. List of station publications lacking in library of 
Office of Experiment Stations. Nov. 1, 1892. 

Bulletins 



1 








38 




2, 


2 pts. See, for General index 


39 






to Experiment station 


rec- 


40 


2 editions 




ord, V. 1-12, 


1889-1901, 


41 






and to Experiment 


Sta- 


42 






tion Bulletin 2, 


A10.2:G28. 


43 




3 








44 




4 








45 


2 editions 


5 








46 




6 








47 




7 








48 


[3667-160] 


8 








49 




9 








50 


[3667-2051 


10 








51 




11 








52 




12 








53 




13 








54 




14 








55 




15 
16 
17 


[3435-361] 






56 
57 
58 


[Withdrawn.] 










18 








59 




19 


1 ' ' 






60 




20 








61 


3768-121] 
3768-169] 


21 








62 


22 








63 




23 








64 




24 








65 




25 








66 




26 








67 


2 editions 


27 








68 




28 


4 editions 






69 


2 editions 


29 








70 




30 








71 




31 








72 




32 








73 




33 


[3536-267] See also A1.9:47 


74 






and Al. 9:48. 






75 




34 


[Withdrawn Jan. 


1898; 


reis- 


76 






sued Jan. 1899; 


again 


writh- 


77 






drawn June 24, 


1899.] 




78 




35 








79 




36 








80 


[4170-507] 


37 








81 





230 



Classlflcatlon AlO. EXPERIMENT STATIONS OFFICE— Continued 
no. 



AlO. 3: Bulletins— Continued 



(no8.) 



82 
83 
84 
85 
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90 
91 
92 
93 
94 
95 
96 
97 
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111 
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[3929-314] 
[3929-500] 



[4117-466] 



"4116-336 
^4117-335 
^4117-368 



4° [4246-356] [Preliminary 
report transmitted to Con- 
gress Jan. 24, 1901. (56th 
Cong. 2d sess. S. doc. 108; 
serial no. 4033.)] 



2 editions 



40 [4727-720] 



oblong 8" 



2 editions 
2 editions 



142 
143 

144 



145 
146 
147 
148 
149 
150 
151 
152 
153 
154 
155 
156 
157 
158 
159 
160 
161 
162 
163 
164 
165 
166 
167 
168 
169 
170 
171 
172 
173 
174 
175 
176 
177 
178 
179 
180 
181 
182 
183 
184 
185 
186 
187 
188 
189 
190 



191 
192 



193 
194 
195 
196 



[This is Irrigation in north- 
ern Italy, pt. 1; see, for 
pt. 2, A10.3:190.] 



2 editions 



[This is Irrigation in north- 
ern Italy, pt. 2; see, for pt. 
1, A10.3:144. Pt. 3 not is- 
sued; but see A10.3:192.] 

[Although not so designated, 
this is virtually pt. 3 pf the 
"work of which pt. 1 ap- 
peared as Bulletin 144 and 
pt. 2, as Bulletin 190.] 



231 



OUmincatlon 


AlO. EXPERIME 


NT STATIC 


no. 






A10.3: 


Bulletins — Continued 


(no6.) 


197 


213 




198 


214 




199 


215 




200 


216 




201 


217 




202 


218 t 




203 


219 




204 


220 




205 


221 




206 


222 t 




207 


223- 




208 


224 ■ 




209 


225 




210 


226 1 




211 


227 t 




212 


228 



A10.3«: 

(CT) 

A10.4: 

(no8.) 



Bulletins (separates) 

[A few of the more important articles contained in the Bulletins were issaed sepa- 
rately in pamphlet form.) 



Circulars 




. 


1 


40 




2 


41 




3 


42 




4 


43 


2 editions 


5 


44 


2 editions 


6 [Mimeographed; never 
printed.] 


45 




46 


6 editions 


7 


47 


5 editions 


8 




C17^ 


9 


48 




10 [Mimeographed; never 
printed.] 


49 




50 




11 


51 


7 editions 


12 


52 


2 editions 


13 


53 




14 


54 




15 


55 




16 


56 




17 


57 




18 


58 




19 


59 




20 


60 


• 


21 


61 




22 


62 




23 3 editions 


63 




24 


64 




25 2 editions 


65 




26 


66 




27 


67 




28 3 editions 


68 


4 editions 


29 


69 




30 


70 


4 editions 


31 


71 




32 2 editions 


72 




33 


73 




34 3 editions 


74 




35 


75 




36 


76 




37 2 editions 


77 


2 editionfl 


38 


78 




39 


79 





See also A10.2: 



t Not printed up to Dec. 31, 1909. 



232 

4 

Classification AlO. EXPERIMENT STATIONS OFFICE— Continued 



AlO.i: 

(nos.) 



A10.5: 

(nos.) 



A10.6: 

(v. nos.) 



Circulars— Continued 

80 
81 
82 
83 
84 
85 
86 

87 See, for earlier editions, 
A10.2:Ir73''^and A10.16: 

Miscellaneous bulletins 

1 
2 
3 



88 See, for earlier editions, 
A10.2:D78i-'^and A10.16: 
See, for earlier editions, 



89 

90 
91 
92 
93 



A10.15: 



See, for 
A10.14: 



earlier editions. 



[Discontinued.] 



Experiment station record 

[Contains numerous abstracts of the publications of the agricultural experiment sta- 
tions and kindred institutions in this and other countries; articles and editorials 
on topics of special interest in agricultural science by American and foreign ex- 
perts; and notes on the experiment stations. In the first 3 volumes of the 
Record the aTjstracts of the station reports were grouped by stations, arranged 
alphabetically by States. Beginning with v. 4, an arrangement by topics was 
adopted, each topic being edited by the Department's expert in that line. With 
but few exceptions each number also contained a paper by some noted authority 
on a particular subject. 

Beginning with v. 5, the numbers were not issued regularly every month, although 
each volume includes 12 numbers. For this reason the numbers do not bear 
dates. Beginning with v. 14, the Record was again issued monthly, each num- 
ber being dated. 

Beginning with v. 20, the plan was adopted of issuing quarterly " abstract " numbers, 
in oroBr to provide for the publication of acciunulated material which could not 
be crowded into the monthly numbers, the size of which is restricted by law. 
Except for the fact that these "abstract" numbers contain no editorial notes 
and only a limited number of current notes, they are exactly like the regular 
monthly numbers, being numbered and paged consecutively in the series. 

With V. 20, the change is also made from 1 volume a year, ending with August, to 2 
volumes a year, ending with December and June.] 



See, for General index to Ex 


3eriment station record, v. 1-12, 1889- 


1901, and to Experiment i 


Station Bulletin 2, A10.2:G28. 


1, no. 


1 


V. 


3 


no. 12 


no. 


2 






[no. 13], index 


no. 


3 


V. 


4 


no. 1 


no. 


4 






no. 2 


no. 


5 






no. 3 


no. 


6 






no. 4 


2, no. 


1 . 






no. 5 


no. 


2 






no. 6 


no. 


3 






no. 7 


no. 


4 






no. 8 


no. 


5 






no. 9 


no. 


6 






no. 10 


no. 


7 






no. 11 


no. 


8 






no. 12 


no. 


9 


V. 


5 


no. 1 


no. 


10 






no. 2 


no. 


11 






no. 3 


no. 


12 






no. 4 


3, no. 


1 






no. 5 


no. 


2 






no. 6 


no. 


3 






no. 7 


no. 


4 






no. 8 


no. 


5 






no. 9 


no. 


6 






no. 10 


no. 


7 






no. 11 


no. 


8 






no, 12 


no. 


9 


V. 


6 


no. 1 


no. 


10 






no. 2 


no. 


11 






no. 3 



233 



Classification 


AlO. EX. 


no. 




A10.6: E 


xperime 


(v. nos.) 


\. 


6, no. 4 
no. 5 
no. 6 
no. 7 
no. 8 
no. 9 
no. 10 
no. 11 
no. 12 




V. 


7, no. 1 
no. 2 
no. 3 
no. 4 
no. 5 
no. 6 
no. 7 
no. 8 
no. 9 
no. 10 
no. 11 
no. 12 




V. 


8, no. 1 
no. 2 
no. 3 
no. 4 
no. 5 
no. 6 
no. 7 
no. 8 
no. 9 
no. 10 
no. 11 
no. 12 




V. 


9, no. 1 
no. 2 
no. 3 
no. 4 
no. 5 
no. 6 
no. 7 
no. 8 
no. 9 
no. 10 
no. 11 
no. 12 




V. 


10, no. 1 
no. 2 
no. 3 
no. 4 
no. 5 
no. 6 
no. 7 
no. 8 
no. 9 
no. 10 
no. 11 
no. 12 




V. 


11, no. 1 
no. 2 
no. 3 
no. 4 
no. 5 
no. 6 
no. 7 



EXPERIMENT STATIONS OFFICE— Continued 

station record— Continued 

V. 11, no. 8 

no. 9 

no. 10 

no. 11 

no. 12 
V. 12, no. 1 

no. 2 

no. 3 

no. 4 

no. 5 

no. 6 

no. 7 

no. 8 

no. 9 

no. 10 

no. 11 

no. 12 
V. 13, no. 1 

no. 2 

no. 3 

no. 4 

no. 5 

no. 6 

no. 7 

no. 8 

no. 9 

no. 10 

no. 11 

no. 12 
V. 14, no. 1 

no. 

no. 

no. 

no. 

no. 

no. 

no. 



2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 

no. 9 
no. 10 
no. 11 
no. 12 



15, no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 10 
no. 11 
no. 12 

16, no. 1 
no. 
no, 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 10 
no. 11 



234 



Classification 
no. 

A10.6: 

(v. nos.) 



A10.6«: 

(CT) 
A10.7: 

(nos.) 



A10.8: 

(nos.) 



A10.9: 



AlO. EXPERIMENT STATIONS OFFICE— Continued 

Experiment station record — Continued 
V. 16, no. 12 V. 19, no. 6 



V. 17, no. 1 

no. 2 

no. 3 

no. 4 

no. 5 

no. 6 

no. 7 

no. 8 

no. 9 

no. 10 

no. 11 

no. 12 

[no. 13], index 
V. 18, no. 1 

no. 2 

no. 3 

no. 4 

no. 5 

no. 6 

no. 7 

no. 8 

no. 9 

no. 10 

no. 11 

no. 12 

[no. 13], index 
V. 19, no. 1 



no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 



no. 


7 


no. 


8 


no. 


9 


no. 


10 


no. 


11 


no. 


12 


no. 


13], name index 


no. 


14], subject index 


V. 20, no. 


1 


no. 


2 


no. 


3 


no. 


4 


no. 


5 


no. 


6 


no. 


7 


no. 


8 


no. 


9 


no. 


10 


no. 


11 


no. 


12 


no. 
no. 


13 , name index 


14 , subject index 


V. 21, no. 


1 


no. 


2 


no. 


3 


no. 


4 


no. 


5 


no. 


6 


no. 


7 


no. 


8 


[no. 


9], index 



Experiment station record (separates) 

[The papers mentioned in the note under A10.6: were each issued separately.] 

Food and diet charts t 40 X 26 in. 

1 
2 
3 
4 

[Discontinued.fJ 

Irrigation investigation schedules 4<» 



1 oblong 48« 

2 

3 

4 

[Discontinued.) 

Hawaii Agricultural Experiment Station 

[Established Mar, IQOl.J 

t This Checklist ends with the publications of the calendar year 1909. The Experi- 
ment Stations Office has since begun a new series of Food charts which differs materi- 
ally from the former series of Food and diet charts (A10.7:). This has necessitated an 
additional class under AlO., the series title of which is as follows: 

A10.21: 
(nos.) 



[Food] charts 23.6 X 17.9 in. 



235 



ClMslflOAtlun 
no. 

A10.9': 

(date) 



(CT) 
AIO.O^: 

(CT) 

A10.93: 

(nos.) 



A10.9*: 

(nos.) 
AIO.9^: 

(nos.) 



AlO.lO: 

AIO.IOM 

(date) 



AlO.lO^fl: 

(CT) 



AlO. EXPERIMENT STATIONS OFFICE— Continued 

Hawaii Agricultural Experiment Station, Annual 
reports 

1900 SeeAlO.S'M. 

1901-04, in annual reports of Experiment Stations Office (AlO. 1 '■':), and 

issued separately also. 
1905 ;S€C A10.3:170. 
1906 
1907 
1908 
1909 

Hawaii Agricultural Experiment 
reports (separatee) 

Hawaii Agricultural Experiment 
publications 

[None issued.] 

Hawaii Agricultural Experiment Station, Bulletins 

13 
14 
15 
16 
17 

Hawaii Agricultural Experiment Station, Circulars 

[None issued.] 

Hawaii Agricultural Experiment Station, Press 



Station, Annual 



Station, General 



1 




7 


2 




8 


3 


2 editions 


9 


4 




10 


5 




11 


6 




12 



bulletins various sizes 



Hawaiian 



Same, Portuguese 
Same, Hawaiian 
Same, Japanese 
Same, Chinese 



8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 



Alaska Agricultural Experiment Stations 

[Established on permanent basis during summer of 1899, although experiments had 
been conducted at several points along the coast since 1897.] 

Alaska Agricultural Experiment Stations, Annual 
reports 

1897 -See A10.3:48. 

1898 /See A10.3:62. ' 

1899 /See A10.3:82. 

1900 5eeA10.3:94. 

1901-04, in annual reports of Experiment Stations Office (AlO.l^:), and 

issued separately also. 
1905 ^ee A10.3:169. 
1906 
1907 
1908 
1909 

Alaska Agricultural Experiment Stations, Annual 
reports (separates) 



236 



Classification 
no. 

AIO.IO^: 

(CT) 

AIO.IO^: 

(nos.) 

AIO.IO^: 

(nos.) 
AlO.ll: 

(v. nos.) 



AlO. EXPERIMENT STATIONS OFFICE— Continued 

Alaska Agricultural Experiment Stations, General 
publications 

[None issued.] 

Alaska Agricultural Experiment Stations, Bulletins 

1 

2 
3 

Alaska Agricultural Experiment Stations, Circulars 

[None issued.] 

Experiment station work 

[Title-page, table of contents, index, and glossary for v. 1 were issued as a separate 
pamphlet, in order that the first 20 numbers of Experiment station work which 
had been issued as Farmers' bulletins (A1.9:) might be brought together. In 
V. 1, each bulletin bears its owti paging. 

Beginning with v. 2, the publication is issued in the usual Farmers' bulletin edition 
(A1.9:), and also in a special edition for binding (AlO.ll:) omitting the bulletin 
number, and giving the volume number. Each volume now has continuous 
paging.] 



V. 1, no 
no 
no 
no 
no 
no 
no 
no. 8 
no. 9 
no. 10 
no. 11 
no. 12 
no. 13 
no. 14 
no. 15 
no. 16 
no. 17 
no. 18 
no. 19 
no. 20 

V. 2, no. 1 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 10 
no. 11 
no. 12 
no. 13 
no. 14 
no. 15 
no. 16 
no. 17 
no. 18 
no. 19 
no. 20 



V. 3, 



no. 
no. 
no, 
no. 
no. 



(Farmers' bulletin 

(Farmers' bulletin 

(Farmers' bulletin 

(Farmers' bulletin 

(Farmers' bulletin 

(Farmers' bulletin 

(Farmers' bulletin 

(Farmers' bulletin 

(Farmers' bulletin 

(Farmers' bulletin 

(Farmers' bulletin 

(Farmers' bulletin 

(Farmers' bulletin 

(Farmers' bulletin 

(Farmers' bulletin 

(Farmers' bulletin 

(Farmers' bulletin 

(Farmers' bulletin 

(Farmers' bulletin 

(Farmers' bulletin 

Same as Farmers' 

Same as Farmers' 

Same as Farmers' 

Same as Farmers' 

Same as Farmers' 

Same as Farmers' 

Same as Farmers' 

^Same as Farmers' 

Same as Farmers' 

Same as Farmers' 

Same as Farmers' 

^Same as Farmers' 

Same as Farmers' 

Same as Farmers' 

Same as Farmers' 

Same as Farmers' 

Same as Farmers' 

Same as Farmers' 

Same as Farmers' 

Same as Farmers' 

Same as Farmers' 

Same as Farmers' 

Same as Farmers' 

Same as Farmers' 

Same as Farmers' 



56. 

65. 

69. 

73. 

78. 

79. 

84. 

87. 

92. 

97. 

103. 

105. 

107. 

114. 

119.^ 

122. 

124.) 

133.) 

144.) 

149.) 

bulletin 162. 

bulletin 169. 

bulletin 186. 

bulletin 190. 

bulletin 193. 

bulletin 202. 

bulletin 210. 

bulletin 222. 

bulletin 225. 

bulletin 227. 

bulletin 233. 

bulletin 237. 

bulletin 244. 

bulletin 251. 

bulletin 259. 

bulletin 262. 

bulletin 267. 

bulletin 273. 

bulletin 276. 

bulletin 281. 

bulletin 296. 

bulletin 305. 

bulletin 309. 

bulletin 316. 

bulletin 317. 



237 



Cluslflcatlon 
no. 

AlO.ll: 

(v. noB.) 



A10.12: 

A10.12': 

(date) 



A10.12^«: 

(CT) 
A10.122: 

(CT) 

A10.12^: 

(nos.) 



A10.12*: 

(nos.) 



A10.13: 

(nos.) 



A10.14: 

9051 

9052 

9053 

906 

9071 

9072 



AlO. EXPERIMENT STATIONS OFFICE— Continued 

Experiment station work— Continued 

V. 3, no. 6 [Same as Farmers* bulletin 320. 

no. 7 Same as Farmers' bulletin 321). 

no. 8 Same as Farmers' bulletin 334. 

no. 9 Same as Farmers' bulletin 342. 

no. 10 Same as Farmers' bulletin 353. 

no. 11 [Same as Farmers' bulletin 360. 

no. 12 Same as Farmers' bulletin 366. 

no. 13 Same as Farmers' bulletin 374. 

no. 14 [Same as Farmers' bulletin 381. 

Porto Rico Agricultural Experiment Station 

[Established May, 1901.) 

Porto Rico Agricultural Experiment Station, 
Annual reports 

1900 See A10.2:FSZ. 

1901-04, in annual reports of Experiment Stations Office (AlO.l^ :), and 

issued separately also. 
1905 iS'eeA10.3:171. 
1906 
1907 
1908 
1909 

Porto Rico Agricultural Experiment Station, 
Annual reports (separates) 



Porto Rico Agricultural 
General publications 

[None issued.] 

Porto Rico Agricultural 
Bulletins 

1 4 



Experiment Station, 



Experiment 

7 



Station, 



Same, Spanish 
Same, Spanish 



6 



Same, Spanish 
Same, Spanish 



8 



Same, Spanish 



Same, Spanish 
Agricultural Experiment Station, 



Same, Spanish 

Porto Rico 
Circulars 

1, Spanish 

2 

3 

Same, Spanish Same, Spanish 

Farmers' institute lectures 



Same, Spanish 



6 



Same, Spanish 



1 

2 2 editions 

3 2 editions 
4 

5 



6 
7 
8 
9 
10 



List of publications of Office of Experiment Sta- 
tions on agricultural education 

List of publications of Office of Experiment Stations on agricultural 
education; corrected to June 1, 1905. [1905.] 
Same; corrected to Aug. 1, 1905. [1905.] * 
Same; corrected to Oct. 1, 1905. [1905,] 
Same; corrected to Nov. 1, 1906. [1906.] 
Same; corrected to May 1, 1907. [1907.] 
Same; corrected to Nov. 1, 1907. [1907.] 



238 



Classification 
no. 

A10.14: 



908' 
9082 
9083 
909 

A10.15: 

8981 

8982 

899 

900 1 

9002 

901 

902 

903 

904 

905' 

9052 

906' 

9062 

9063 

907' 

907 2 

908 



A10.16: 

900 

901' 

9012 

902 

903' 

903 2 

904 

905' 
9052 
906' 
9062 
907' 
907 2 



AlO. EXPERIMENT STATIONS OFFICE— Continued 

Last of publications of Office of Experiment Sta- 
tions on agricultural education — Continued 

Same; corrected to Feb. 15, 1908. Feb. 28, 1908. 
Same; corrected to June 1, 1908. June 17, 1908. 
Same; corrected to Oct. 1, 1908. Oct. 27, 1908. 
Same; corrected to July 1, 1909. July 26, 1909. 

[Discontinued. A later list appears as Circular 93 (A10.4:93).] 

List of publications of Office of Experiment Sta- 
tions on food and nutrition of man 

List of publications of Office of Experiment Stations on food and nutri- 
tion of man. [1898.] 4 p. ([Publication] 238.) 

Same. [1898.] 4 p. ([Publication] 238 revised.) 

Same. [1899.] 5 p. 

Same. [1900.] 6 p. 

Same. [1900.] 7 p. 

Same. [1901.] 8 p. 

Same; [revised Nov. 5, 1902]. [1902.] 

Same; [revised Oct. 15, 1903]. [1903.] 

Same; corrected to June 1, 1904. [1904.] 

Same; corrected to June 1, 1905. [1905.] 

Same; corrected to June 28, 1905. [1905.] 

Same; corrected to Mar. 1, 1906. [1906.] 

Same; corrected to June 1, 1906. [1906.] 

Same; corrected to Nov. 1, 1906. [1906.] 

Same; corrected to May 1, 1907. May 13, 1907. 

Same; corrected to Oct. 15, 1907. Nov. 6, 1907. 

Same [for foreign distribution]; corrected to Dec. 10, 1907. Jan. 14, 
1908. 

[Discontinued. See, for Oct. 1909 list, Circular 89t (A10.4:89).] 

List of publications of Office of Experiment Sta- 
tions on Irrigation and drainage 

List of publications of Office of Experiment Stations on irrigation. 
[1900.] 2 p. 

Same, revised. [1901.] 4 p. 

Same, revised. [1901.] 5 p. 

Same, revised Oct. 15, 1902. [1902.] 

Same, revised Oct. 15, 1903. [1903.] 

Same, revised Nov. 15, 1903. [1903.] 
List of publications of Office of Experiment Stations on irrigation and 
drainage; corrected to June 1, 1904. [1904.] 

Same; corrected to June 30, 1905. [1905.] 

Same; corrected to Nov. 30, 1905. [1905.] 

Same; corrected to May 1, 1906. [1906.] 

Same; corrected to Nov. 1, 1906. [1906.] 

Same; corrected to May 1, 1907. May 7, 1907. 

Same; corrected to Oct. 1, 1907. Oct. 25, 1907. 

[Discontinued. See, for later lists, A10.2:Ir7 ^>\ D78 1-<, and A10.4:87, 88.!I 



t Circular 102, which was erroneously printed as 
list issued Sept. 15, 1910. 



93 revised," contains a later 



239 



Classlflcatlon 
no. 

A10.17: 

(date) 



A10.18: 

907 

908^ 
9082 

A10.19: 

907^ 

9072 

908 

909 

tA10.20: 

905 

908 
9091 
909 2 



AlO. EXPERIMENT STATIONS OFFICE— Continued 

lAst of station publications received by Office of 
Experiment Stations 

TBlmonthly Nov. 1903- Dec. 1906. Monthly l)egiimine Jan. 1907. 

in addition to the bimonthly or monthly lists below, lists of agricultural experiment 

station publications have appeared as follows: 

187&-99, In Bulletin 80 (A10.3:80), and Issiied separately also. 

1900 and 1901, as a General publication ( A10.2: f'90 »). 

1902-04, in annual reports of Experiment Stations Office (A10.1«:), and issued 
separately also. 

From organization of stations to June 30, 1906, as Bulletin 180 (A10.3:180).] 



1903, Nov. 

1904, Jan. 
Mar. 
May 
July 
Sept 
Nov. 

1905, Jan. 
Mar. 
May 
July 
Sept 
Nov. 

1906, Jan. 
Mar. 
May 
July 
Sept 
Nov. 



. and Dec. 


1907, Jan. 


apd Feb. 


Feb. 


and Apr. 


Mar. 


and June 


Apr, 
May 


and Aug. 


. and Oct. 


June 


. and Dec. 


July 


and Feb. 


Aug. 


and Apr. 


Sept 


and June 


Oct. 


and Aug. 


Nov. 


. and Oct. 


Dec. 


. and Dec. 


1908, Jan. 


and Feb. 


Feb. 


and Apr. 


Mar. 


and June 


Apr. 
May 


and Aug. 


. and Oct. 


June 


. and Dec. 


July 



1908, Aug. 
Sept. 
Oct. 
Nov. 
Dec. 

1909, Jan. 
Feb. 
Mar. 
Apr. 
May 
June 
July 
Aug. 
Sept. 
Oct. 
Nov. 
Dec. 



Institutions in United States giving instruction in 
agriculture 

Institutions in United States giving instruction in agriculture. Feb. 
18, 1907. 
Same. Oct. 17, 1908. 
Same. Oct. 17, 1908 [reprint 1909]. 

Address list of agricultural experiment stations 

Address list of agricultural experiment stations in United States. Apr. 
15, 1907. 
Same. Nov. 30, 1907. 
Same. Apr. 15, 1908. 
Same. Aug. 1, 1909. 

Address list of agricultural and meclianical colleges 

Address list of agricultural and mechanical colleges in United States. 

Oct. 15, 1905. 

Same. Mar. 2, 1908. 

Same. Mar. 1, 1909. 

Same. Aug. 1, 1909. 



t This Checklif^t ends with the publications of the calendar year 1909. The Experi- 
ment Stations Office has since begun a new series of Food charts which differs materi- 
ally from the former series of F'ood and diet charts (AlO. 7:). This has necessitated an 
additional class under AlO., the series title of which is as follows: 



A10.21: 
(nos.) 



[Food] charts 23.6 X 17.9 in. 



240 



All. FIBER INVESTIGxVTIONS OFFICE 



[Fiber investigations were begun by the Division of Statistics in 1889, and in 1890 a Section of Fiber Investi- 
gations was created in the Division. Jan. 1, 1891, the section was made independent, under the name 
Office of Fiber Investigations, and so continued until June 30, 1898, when its work was assigned to the 
Division of Botanv. See, for historical sketch of office. Yearbook, 1897 (Al. 10:897).] 



Classlflcation 
no. 



All.l: 


(date) 


All. 2: 


(CT) 


A11.3: 


(nos.) 


All. 4: 


(nos.) 


All. 5: 


(nos.) 



Annual reports 

[1890-97, in annual reports of Agriculture Department (Al.l:), and usually issued 
separately also.] 

General publications 

[None issued.] 
Bulletins 
[None issued.] 
Circulars 
[None issued.] 
Reports 
1 2d edition 



A27.8:l. 



See, for 1st edition, 6 



7 
8 
9 

10 
11 



A12. FOREIGN MARKETS DIVISION 



Section of Foreign Markets established Mar. 20, 1894; became Division of Foreign Markets July 1, 19D2. 
Placed under Bureau of Statistics, Agriculture Dept., July 1, 1903.] 



A12.1: 

(date) 

A12.2: 

(CT) 
A12.3: 

(nos.) 



A12.4: 

(nos.) 



Annual reports 

[1897-1903, in annual reports of Agriculture Department (Al.l:), and issued separately 
also.] 



General publications 




[None issued.] 






Bulletins 






1 


13 


26 


Same, supplement 


14 


27 


2 


15 


28 


3 


16 


29 


4 


17 


30 


5 


18 


31 


6 


19 


32 


7 2 editions 


20 


33 


8 2 editions 


21 


34 


9 


22 


35 


10 


23 


36 


11 


24 


37 


12 


25 




Circulars 






1 


10 


19 


2 2 editions 


11 


20 


3 


12 


21 


4 


13 


22 


5 


14 


23 


6 


15 


24 


7 


16 


25 


8 
9 


17 

18 2 editions 


26 



241 



A13. FOREST SERVICE 

f Investigations In forestry wore begun In 1870 under a clause in act approved Aug. 15, 1876 TStat. L. v. 19, 
p. 167); see, for early reports, AIS.."): The Division of Forcslry wiws t'StaMishcd by order of the Secretary 
of Agriculture In 1H80 and rocognized by Congress jw a division of the Depart inont in appropriation act 
~ '" - ' " Name changed to Hureau of Forestry July 1, I'JOl, and to 



)proved June 30, lS,S(i (Stat, 
i'orest Service July 1, 1905.] 



L. V. 24, p. 103). 



Classiflcstlon 
no. 

A13.1: 

(date) 

A13.2: 

Ag8 



Ap5 

Ar4 
B48 

B64 
B83 

C42 

Eq5i 

Eq5- 
Eq53 
Er6 

F761 

F762 
F763 



F76' 



F76* 

F76« 
F767 

F76S 
G791 

G792 



G79 = 



G79' 



G79' 



Annual reports 

[1880, 1883-1909, In annual reports of Agriculture Department (Al.l:), and usually 
Issued separately also. See, for earlier reports on forestry, A13.5:] 

General publications 

Agricultural settlements. Instructions 



for examinations [of lands 
within national forests for] a2;ricultural settlement [under] act of 
June 11, 1906; [approved] Jiily 1, 1907. July 17, 1907. 16° 

Applications for classification and listing: of agricultural lands in forest 
reserves under act of June 11, 1906. [June 22, 1906.] 

Arkansas. National forests of Arkansas. [1909.] 

Big trees of California. 1900. [3877-393] [Also issued as Bulletin 28; 
see A13.3:28.] 

Books. Instructions for use of books in field libraries. [1907.] 12® 

Brush. Suggestions for disposal of brush in national forests; by J. S. 
Holmes. Dec. 9, 1907. 

Chestnut bark disease. Extent and importance of chestnut bark dis- 
ease; by E. R. Hodson. Oct. 21, 1908. 

Equipment. List of standard articles of equipment, stationery, and 
oflBce supplies to be procured upon requisition. Sept. 1907. 
Same. Edition of Aug. 1908. 1908. 
Same. Edition of Feb. 1909. 1909. 

Erosion. Lessons of erosion due to forest destruction. [1896.] 
48 X 30 in. * 

Forest growth. Letter to Secretary of Agriculture regarding forest 
growth and timber consumption; by B. E. Fernow. Apr. 5, 1893. 

Forest atlas. Preparation of forest atlas. Apr. 6, 1907. 

Forest Service atlas, extracts from statistical volume of forest atlas, 
fiscal year 1907. 1908 [1909]. large 4° [The Forest Service 
atlas is a manuscript volume, compiled each year, the facts set 
forth therein constituting an official reference record of the work 
of the service for that fiscal year.] 

Forest trees. Instructions for recording observations on leafing, flower- 
ing, and fruiting of forest trees, phenological observations. 
Apr. 26, 1909. [See also A13.2:T71 "^J 

Forms. List of forms to be procured on requisition to forester. Sept. 
1907. 
Same. Feb. 1908. 

Forms. List of forms [to be procured on requisition]. Edition of Apr. 
1909. 1909. narrow large 8^ 
Same. Edition of July, 1909. [1909.] narrow large 8® 

Grazing permits. Circular to applicants for grazing permits. Dec. 12, 
1905. 

Grazing regulations. Revised regulations and instructions in reference 
to grazing; issued by Secretary of Agriculture, to take effect 
Jan. 1, 1906. [Dec. 22, 1905.] 16° [Earlier and later editions 
of these regulations appear in the Use book; see A13.2:Us2.] 

Grazing fees. Rate schedules, tables of grazing fees for national forest 
reserves. 1906. 16° 

Grazing trespass. Instructions regarding grazing trespass. Jan. 15, 
1908. 

Grazing trespass by drifting stock, national forests are not subject to 
State fence laws. [Mar. 20, 1908.] 

82452°— 11 16 



242 



Classification 
no. 

A13.2: 

G821 



G822 
L971 



L972 
L973 
L97* 

L975 
M31 

M321 
M322 



mi' 

N212 

N213 

N21* 
N21« 

N21« 

N217 

N218 
Pll 

P561 
P562 

P651 

P652 
P69 

P96 

R13 

R16 
R31 



A13. FOREST SERVICE— Continued 

General publications — Continued 

Grazing trespass. Instructions regarding grazing trespass. May 15, 
1909. 16« 

Green book, instructions relating to salaries, travel and field expenses, 
cost keeping, property accountability, and preparation of ac- 
counts in accordance with fiscal regulations. Oct. 30, 1907, 12*^ 
[Contains pages for memorandum of expenses and accounts.] 
Same. [Revised edition.] Oct. 30, 1907 [published] 1908. 12" 

Lumber trade. Letter from agent of Forestry Division requesting in- 
formation as to extent of lumber and wood trade. July, 1883. 
f o -x- 

Lumber terms [definitions]. [1905.] 4° ([Publication] 448.) 
Same, without publication number. [1905.] 4° 

Lumber. Production of lumber, lath, and shingles, by States and spe- 
cies, 1906, 1905, 1904. July 19, 1907. oblong f° 

Lumber. Wholesale lumber prices, 1886-1908. 1908. oblong f-^ 

Manual of procedure for Forest Service in Washington and in district 
oflices. Nov. 16, 1908. 

Maps. Instructions for making forest maps and surveys. [Oct. 5, 1905.] 

Maps. Instructions for making forest surveys and maps. July, 1907. 
16° [In addition to the original instructions issued 1907, supple- 
mental matter to be pasted in the back of the book was issued 
1908, with title, Forest Service standard compass; a 2d insertion 
was issued 1909, with title. Forest Service standard hypsometer.] 

National forests. Use of national forests. June 14, 1907. 12" [This 
publication contains in popular form information as to what na- 
tional forests are, what they are for, and how to use them. See, 
for Use book, containing regulations and instructions for use of 
national forests, A13.2:Us2i-6.] 

National forest order 23, pt. 4, Apr. 1907. Apr. 23, 1907. 16° [Pts. 
1-3, mimeographed but not printed.] 

National forests. Information regarding employment on national forest 
reserves. [Apr. 15, 1905.] 
Same [with changes on p. 4]. [Apr. 15, 1905.] 

National forests. Information regarding employment on national for- 
ests. Revised edition, July 10, 1907. 
Same. Revised edition [with corrections]. July 10, 1907 [reprint 

1908]. * 
Same. 2d revision. May 6, 1909, 
Same. 3d revision, July 3, 1909. 

Pacific slope. Forest trees of Pacific slope; by George B. Sud worth. 
Oct. 1, 1908. 

Photography. Directions for taking forest photographs. [1906.] 16° 

Photography. Instructions for taking photographs of special interest. 
[1907.] 16° 

Pines. Instructions for collection of test pieces of pines for timber in- 
vestigations. [1892.] 

Pine seed. Germination of pine seed. May 16, 1907. 

Placer or lode claim [outline for report of examining officers]. Revised 
Aug. 1908. [1908.] 4° 

Publications. [Circular concerning distribution of publications of 
Forest Service.] [1908.] 12° 

Railroads. Alphabetical list of land-grant and bond-aided railroads in 
United States; from [Army General orders] 140, Aug. 4, 1899, as 
amended by supplement July 19, 1900. 1902. 

Range plants. Suggestions for collection of range plant specimens on 
national forests. Apr. 5, 1909. 

Reserve planting. Instructions to forest officers in reserve planting. 
Mar. 16, 1907. 



243 



CUsHlflcattun 
no. 

Aia.2: 

T19 

T23» 

T232 
T23=* 

T482 
T711 



X712 

U821 

U822 

Us23 

U82* 
Us2« 

Us2« 

W58 

A13.3: 

(nos.) 



A 13. FOREST SERVICE— Continued 

General publications — Continued 

Taxation. How shall forests be taxed? by Alfred GaHkill, read before 
Society of American Foresters Dec. 8, 1904. [190G.J 

Telephones. Directions and specifications for building telephone lines 
on national forests. May 2, 1907. 
Same. Feb. 24, 1908. 

Telephones. Instructions for building and maintenance of telephone 
lines on national forests. June 7, 1909. 

Timber tests. [1903.] 

Timber preservation and timber testing at Louisiana Purchase Expo- 
sition. [1904.] 

Trees of Washington, D. C; compliments of Forestry Division, G. B. 
Sudworth, botanist, B. E. Femow, chief. [Washington, Bell 
Bros., 1891.] oblong 24« * 

Tree observations. Plan for tree observations, [circular letter] to 
teachers. [1909.] 4« [See also Al3. 2 :F7 6 \] 

Use of national forest reserves, regulations and instructions to take 
effect July 1, 1905. [1905.] 16° 

Use book, regulations and instructions for use of national forest reserves. 
July 1, 1906. 16" 

Use book, regulations and instructions for use of national forests. 
July 1, 1907. 248 p. 1 il. 1 pi. 16« [Note at top of title-page 
reads: Issued June 14, 1907.] 
Same [with corrections]. 1907. 248 p. 1 il. 1 pi. 16° 
Same [with additions]. July 1, 1908. 341 p. 1 il. 16° [Administra- 
tive edition.] 
Same [with changes and omissions]. July 1, 1908. 109 p. 16° 
[Omits most of the administrative instructions.] 

WTiite pine. Extent and importance of white pine blight; by S. T. 
Dana. May 26, 1908. 



Bu 


Llletins various sizes 




1 




24, pt. 1 1st edition 

Same, pt. 1 2d edition [4007- 
7271 


2 


2 editions 


3 




4 


See, for supplemental matter. 


Same, pt. 1 3d edition See 




Bulletin 9. 


also A1.9:173. 


5 




Same, pt. 2 [Not in Congres- 


6 




sional set. See also A1.9: 


7 


2 editions 


358.] 


8 




25 


9 




26 


10 




27 


11 




28 [3877-393] 


12 


2 editions 


See also A13.2:B48. 


13 


2 editions 


29 


14 




30 


15 




31 


16 




32 


17 




33 


18 




34 


19 




35 


20 




36, pt.lt 

Same, pt. 1, errata 


21 




22 




Same, pt. 1, revised f 


23 


[Not issued.] 


37 



t Bulletin 36 is the Woodsman's handbook. It was originally intended to issue this 
bulletin in 2 pts. but pt. 2 has never been published. Pt. 1 appeared in 1902 and a 
revised edition of pt. 1 in 1903. The 1910 edition is revised and enlarged so as to 
include in one publication the material originally intended for both parts. 



244 



Classlflcatlon 
no. 



A13. FOREST SERVICE— Contmued 
A13.3: Bulletins— Continued 



(nos.) 



A13.3«: 

(CT) 
A13.4: 

(nos.) 



38 

39 

40 

41 

42 

43 2 editions 

44 

45 

46 

47 

48 

49 

50 

51 

52 

53 

54 

55 

56 

57 

58 2 editions 

59 

Bulletins (separates) 



60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 
75 
76 
77 



78 



2 editions 



[Not issued up to Dec. 1909.] 

See also for Forest products, 
1907 and 1908, C3.12i: and 
C3.12^: 



Circulars 

[Certain circulars of this series dealing with forest products were prepared in coopera- 
tion with Census Bureau. Similar publications for the years 1907 and 1908 were 
prepared by the two bureaus in cooperation and issued by Census Bureau; see 
C3.12i:andC3.12 2:] 

[1] Request to educators for cooperation. 1886. * 

[2] To educational men. 1887. 4« 

[3] Increasing durability of timber, information to wood consumers; 

by Norman J. Colman. 1887. 
[4] For information of railroad managers [chestnut oak for ties; by 

Norman J. Colman]. Dec. 1887. 4« 



5 






31 




6 






32 




7 






33 




8 






34 




9 






35 




10 






36 


4 editions 


11 






37 


2 editions 


12 3 editions 






38 


2 editions 


13 






39 


2 editions 


14 






40 




15 2 editions 






41 




16 






42 




17 2 editions 






43 




18 






44 




19 






45 




20 






46 




21 8 editionsi 

22 6 editions/ 


[Superseded 


by 


47 




Circular 165.] 


48 




23 6 editions 






49 




24 






50 




25 2 editions 






51 




26 






52 




27 






53 




28 






54 


See also A13. 9:1. 


29 






55 


See also Al^. 9:2. 


30 






56 


2 editions See also A13.9:3. 



245 



Classinffttloii 
no. 




A18. FOREST SI 


A13.4: 


Circulars— Continuod 


(no8.) 


57 


See also AIZ.9 A. 




58 


2 editions Seealso A\Z.9:b. 




59 


2 editions See also A13.9:6. 




60 


See also A13. 9:7. 




%l 


2 editions See also A13.9:8. 




62 


See also AlZ. 9:9. 




63 


2 editions See also AU. 9:10. 




64 


Seditions See also AIS. 9:11. 




65 


See also A13.9:12. 




66 


2 editions See also A13.9:13. 




67 


See also A13.9:14. 




68 


See also A13.9:15. 




69 


See also A13.9:16. 




70 


2 editions See also A13.9:17. 




71 


See also A13.9:18. 




72 


See also Al^. 9:19. 




73 


See also A13.9:20. 




74 


iS'eeaZsoA13.9:21. 




75 


See also A13.9:22. 




76 






77 


See also A13.9:24. 




78 






79 


* 




80 






81 






82 






83 


2 editions 




84 






85 






86 


[1st edition] 
Same. Revised edition. Mar. 

20, 1909 
Same. Revised edition. Aug 

6, 1909 * 




87 






88 


2 editions 




89 


2 editions 




90 






91 


2 editions 




92 






93 


2 editions 




94 






95 






96 






97 






98 






99 






100 






101 






]02 






103 






104 






105 






106 






107 






108 






109 






110 






111 






112 






113 


2 editions 



114 
115 
116 
117 
118 
119 
120 
121 
122 
123 
124 
125 
126 
127 
128 
129 
130 
131 
132 
133 
134 
135 
136 
137 
138 
139 
140 
141 
142 
143 
144 
145 
146 
147 
148 
149 
150 
151 
152 
153 
154 
155 
156 
157 
158 
159 
160 
161 
162 
163 
164 
165 

166 
167 
168 
169 
170 
171 
172 



2 editions 



2 editions 



2 editions 



[Combines and supersedee 
Circulars 21 and 22.] 



2 editions 



t Not printed up to Dec. 31, 1909. 



246 



Classification 
no. 



A13. FOREST SERVICE— Continued 



A13.5: Report on forestry 



(v. nos.) 



A13.6: 

(nos.) 



[v. 1 and 2 were published prior to the establishment of the Forestry Division, but 
are classified here in order to bring all the volumes together, as v. 3 and 4 were 
prepared and transmitted by the chief of the Forestry Division.] 

[v. 1] Report upon forestry; by Franklin B. Hough. 1878. [Not in 
Congressional set.] 

V. 2 [1922-37] 



[v. 3] Report upon forestry; by Franklin B. Hough. 
V. 4 [Not in Congressional set.] 
Press buUetins various sizes 



1882. [2046-38] 



[Notes on work and publications relative to forestry, issued for use of press.] 



9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 



Same, supplement 



53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 



70 
71 
72 
73 
74 
75 
76 
77 
78 
79 
80 
81 
82 
83 
84 
85 
86 
87 
88 
89 
90 
91 
92 
93 
94 
95 
96 
97 
98 
99 
100 
101 
102 
103 
104 
105 



106 
107 
108 
109 
110 
111 
112 
113 
114 

lli 

117 
118 
119 
120 
121 
122 
123 
124 
125 
126 
127 
128 
129 
130 
131 
132 
133 
134 
135 
136 
137 
138 
139 
140 
141 
142 
143 
144 
145 
146 
147 
148 
149 
150 
151 
152 
153 
154 
155 
156 
157 



247 



Clatwlflcatlon 
no. 

A13.7I 



B39 
B56» 
B56^ 
C82 
Eu7 
Hll 
H22 
H75 
N83 
Osl 
R24 
R92 
Si3 
Su3 
W581 
W582 
W583 

A13.8: 

(date) 



A13. FOREST SERVICE— Continued 

Notes on forest trees suitable for planting: In 
United States 

Beech, Fapjus atropunicea. [1904.] 

Black cherry, Prunus serotina. [1903.] 

Black walnut, Juglans nigra. [1903.] 

Cottonwood, Populus deltoides. [1904.] 

European larch, Larix europsea. [1903.] 

Hackberry, Celtis occidentalis. [1904.] 

Hardy catalpa, Catalpa speciosa. [1904.] 

Honey locust, Gleditsia triacanthos. [1904.] 

Norway spruce, Picea excelsa. [1903.] 

Osage orange, Toxylon pomiferum. [1904.] 

Red cedar, Juniperus virginiana. [1904.] 

Russian mulberry, Morus alba tatarica. [1904.] 

Silver maple, Acer saccharinum. [1904.] 

Sugar maple, Acer saccharum. [1904.] 

White ash, Fraxinus americana. [1903.] 

White oak, Quercus alba. [1903.] 

WOiite willow, Salix alba. [1904.] 

Field program [and Service notes] 8° and 16° [Monthly.] 

[From Aug. 1904 to Sept. 1906, title reads Field programme; from Oct. 190G to June, 
1909, form used is Field program. Since Nov. 1906, a portion of the publication 
has been devoted to Service notes. Beginning Apr. 1907, Service orders and 
National forest orders, which were formerly usually Issued in mimeographed 
form only, have been printed here. With July, 1909, the size of the publication 
was reduced to 16° and the title slightly changed by including the name of the 
month at the beginning instead of at the end. 

Beginning July, 1905, the book number used is the date of the fiscal year.] 



1904, Aug. 
Sept. 
Oct. 
Nov. 
Dec. 

1905, Jan. 
Feb. 
Mar. 
Apr. 
May 
June 

1906, July, 
Aug. 
Sept. 
Oct. 
Nov. 
Dec. 
Jan. 
Feb. 
Mar. 
Apr. 
May, 
June, 

1907, July, 
Aug. 
Sept. 
Oct. 
Nov. 
Dec. 
Jan. 
Feb. 
Mar. 
Apr. 
May, 



[None issued.] 



1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 



1907, June, 1907 

1908, July, 1907 
Aug. 1907 
Sept. 1907 
Oct. 1907 
Nov. 1907 
Dec. 1907 
Jan. 1908 
Feb. 1908 
Mar. 1908 
Apr. 1908 
May, 1908 
June, 1908 

Index, July, 1907-June, 1908 

1909, July, 1908 
Aug. 1908 
Sept. 1908 
Oct. 1908 
Nov. 1908 
Dec. 1908 
Jan. 1909 
Feb. 1909 
Mar. 1909 
Apr. 1909 
May, 1909 
June, 1909 

Index, July, 1908-June, 1909 

1910, July, 1909 
Aug. 1909 
Sept. 1909 
Oct. 1909 
Nov. 1909 
Dec. 1909 



248 



Classiflcation 
no. 

A13.9: 

(nos.) 



A13.10: 

905 1 

9052 

9053 
905 4 
905^ 
905 « 
906 
907 1 

9072 

9073 

907" 

907 « 
908 1 
9082 
9083 

908 4 

909 1 

909 2 
909 3 

A13.il: 

905 1 
9052 
9053 
905 4 
905 5 
905^ 
906 » 



Same, Sept. 1, 1905. 
Same, Oct. 3, 1905. 
Same, Nov. 15, 1905. 
Same, Jan. 25, 1906. 



A13. FOREST SERVICE— Continued 

Forest planting leaflets 

1 See also A13 A -M. 13 See also AIS AM. 

2 AS^ea^so A13.4:55. 14 See also A13 A -.67. 

3 See also A13A:56. 15 See also A13 A -.68. 

4 ^eeaZso A13.4:57. 16 See also AIS A -m. 

5 See also A13 Am. 17 See also A13.A:70. 

6 See also AIS. 4:59. 18 See also AIS. 4:71. 

7 See also AIS. 4 .60. 19 Seealso AIS A :7 2. 

8 See also A13. 4:61. 20 See also A13 A :7S. 

9 See also A1S.4:62. 21 See also AIS. 4:7 4. 

10 -^eeaZsoA13.4:63. 22 See also A13. 4 .75. 

11 See also AIS. 4:64. 23 

12 See also A13. 4:65. 24 See also A13 A .77. 
See, for later leaflets issued as Circulars, A13.4: 

Liocation and area of national forests 

Location and area of Federal forest reserves in United States, Alaska, 

and Porto Rico, Feb. 1, 1905. [1905.] 
[Location and area of] national forest reserves in United States, Alaska, 
and Porto Rico, July 1, 1905. [1905.] 
Same, Aug. 1, 1905. [1905.] 
[1905,] 
[1905.] 
[1905.] 
[1906.] 

Location, date of proclamation in force, and area of national forest re- 
serves in United States, Alaska, and Porto Rico, Jan. 1, 1907. 
Dec. 31, 1906. 
Location, date of latest proclamation, and area of national forest reserves 
in United States, Alaska, and Porto Rico, Feb. 1, 1907. Feb. 1, 
1907. 
Location, date of latest proclamation, and area of national forests in 
United States, Alaska, and Porto Rico, Apr, 1, 1907. Apr. 22, 
1907. 
Same, July 1, 1907. July 20, 1907. 
Same, Oct. 1, 1907. Oct. 3, 1907. 
Same, Jan. 1, 1908. Jan. 10, 1908. 
Same, Mar. 1, 1908. Mar. 17, 1908. 
Same, July 1, 1908. July 23, 1908. 
Location and area of national forests in United States, Alaska, and 
Porto Rico [Sept, 30, 1908], and dates when latest proclamations 
became effective. Oct. 12, 1908. 
Same [Feb. 28, 1909]. Mar. 10, 1909. 
Same [Mar. 31, 1909]. Apr. 7, 1909. 
Same [June 30, 1909], June 30, 1909, 
Lists of publications 
List of publications available July 1, 1905. 
Same, Aug. 1, 1905. [1905.] narrow 12" 
Same, Oct. 1, 1905. [1905.] narrow 12« 
Same, Nov. 1, 1905. [1905.] narrow 12'' 
Same, Nov. 22, 1905. [1905.] narrow 12^ 
Same, Dec, 15, 1905, [1905.] narrow 12° 
Same, Jan. 24, 1906, [1906,] narrow 12° 



[1905.] narrow 12° 



249 



Clamlflcatlon 
no. 

A13.il: 

90G2 

906 •' 
906^ 
9071 

907 2 
907 =» 
907^ 
907^ 
907 « 
907^ 

9078 

907 » 
908 » 
9082 
9083 
908^ 
908^ 
908 « 

908 7 
909 1 
9092 
9093 
909* 

909 5 
A13.12: 

(nos.) 



A13.13: 

(CT) 



A13. FOREST SERVICE— Continued 

Ijlsts of publications— Continued 

Clasaified lint of publications available for distribution Mar. 
[190G.] narrow 12° 
Same, Mar. 30, 1906. [1906.] 
[1906.] 
[1907.] 
[1907.] 
[1907.] 
[1907.] 
[1907.] 



10, 1906. 



Same, Nov. 1, 
Same, Feb. 1, 
Same, Mar. 1, 
Same, Apr. 1, 



1906. 
1907. 
1907. 
1907. 



Same, Apr. 20, 1907. 
Same, May 15, 1907. 



narrow 12° 
narrow 12** 
narrow 12° 
narrow 12° 
narrow 12° 

narrow 12° 

narrow 12° 

Forest extension and replacement [publications concerning]. 1907, 4° 
Classified list of publications available for distribution July 20, 1907. 
[1907.] narrow 12° 

narrow 12° 
narrow 12° 
narrow 12° 

narrow 12° 
narrow 12° 
narrow 12° 

narrow 12° 

narrow 12° 

narrow 12° 

narrow 12° 
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Same, Oct. 1, 1907. 

Same, Nov. 1, 1907. 

Same, Jan. 1, 1908. 

Same, Jan. 15, 1908. 

Same, Feb. 5, 1908. 

Same, Mar. 1, 1908. 

Same, Apr. 10, 1908. 

Same, July 15, 1908. 

Same, Oct. 10, 1908. 

Same, Jan. 15, 1909. 

Same, Apr. 1, 1909. 

Same, July 1, 1909. 
Publications available for distribution Oct. 1, 

Same, Nov. 15, 1909. [1909.] narrow 8° 
Sllvical leaflets 



[1907.] 
[1907.] 
[1908.] 
[1908.] 
[1908.] 
[1908.] 
[1908.] 
[1908.] 
[1908.] 
[1909.] 
[1909.] 
[1909.] 



1 


18 


2 


19 


3 


20 


4 


21 


5 


22 


6 


23 


7 


24 


8 


25 


9 


26 


10 


27 


11 


28 


12 2 editions 


29 


13 


30 


14 


31 


15 


32 


16 


33 


17 


34 



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35 

36 

37 

38 

39 

40 

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42 

43 

44 

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46 

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48 

49 

50 



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A14. GARDENS AND GROUNDS DIVISION 

[The propagating garden started in 1858 was turned over ))y the commissioner of patents to the Department 
of Agriculture in 18(J2, and the Division of Gardens and Grounds was organized Sept. 1862. Merged into 
Bureau of Plant Industry, July 1, 1901; see A19. 

See, for history of division, Historical sketch of Department of Agriculture (A21.3:3i-3) and Yearbook, 1897 
(Al. 10:897).] 

Classification 
no. 

AM.l: 



(date) 

A14.2: 

(CT) 

A14.3: 

(no8.) 

A14.4: 

(nos.) 



Annual reports 

[1862-1901 (except 1872-74, 1880, 1884, 1888, 1896, none issued), in annual reports of 
Agriculture Department (Al.l:), and for the latter part of its existence issued 
separately also.] 

General publications 

[None issued.] 
Bulletins 
[None issued.] 
Circulars 

1 

[No more issued.^ 



A15. IRRIGATION INQUIRY OFFICE 

[Investigations Into the question of irrigation were made by the Department of Agriculture from time to 
time almost from the establishment of the Department. The work began definitely in 1885-86 when a 
first report on Irrigation in United States was prepared; see Al5.2:Ir7 1. 

The Irrigation Inquiry Oihce was established by the Secretary of Agriculture Apr. 15, 1890, under a pro- 
vision in the urgent deficiency act approved Apr. 4, 1890 (Stat. L. v. 26, p. 42). The appropriations were 
continued by subsequent acts until June 30, 1896, when the office was discontinued.] 

Annual reports 



A15.1: 

(date) 



A15.2: 

Ar7 



F22 



Ir7^ 



See also reports under A15.2: 
Special agent in charge op artesian and underflow investi- 
gations AND OF IRRIGATION INQUIRY 

1890, 1891, in annual reports of Agriculture Department (Al.l:), and 

issued separately also. 
1892 [None issued.] 

Special agent in charge of irrigation inquiry 
1893, in annual report of Agriculture Department (Al.l :), but not issued 

separately. 
Irrigation Inquiry Office 
1894, 1895, in annual reports of Agriculture Department (Al.l:), but not 

issued separately. 
1896 [None issued.] 

General publications 

Artesian wells. Report on preliminary investigation to determine 
proper location of artesian wells within area of 97th meridian, and 
east of foothills of Rocky Mountains; [bv Richard J. Hinton and 
others]. 1890. * [2689-222] 
j Farmers. Needed reforms and laws for irrigation farmers of United 
States. Oct. 4, 1893. * 
Irrigation in United States; by Richard J. Hinton. 1887. (49th Cong. 
2d sess. S. misc. doc. 15: serial no. 2450.) [Although this report 
was made prior to the establishment of the Irrigation Inquiry 
Office, it is classed here because it is a forerunner of the reports 
issued by this office.] 
See, for 2d [revised] edition, Y4.Ir7 *lAj:4*. 



251 



ClS88iflration 
no. 

A15.2: 



P94> 
• P942 

A15.3: 

(nos.) 

A15.4: 

(nos.) 



A15. IRRIGATION INQUIRY OFFICE— Continued 

Gen eral pu blication s— Continued 

Irrigation . [ Report on irrigation, final report of artesian and underflow 
investigation and of irrigation inquiry conducted under acts 
approved Apr. 4, 1890, Sept. 30, 1890, and Mar. 3, 1891.1 1893. 
(52d Cong, let sess. S. ex. doc. 41; serial no. 2899.) [No serial 
title-page; 4 pts. bound in one v. with back title. Report on irri- 
gation.] 

Contents: 

pt. 1. Irrigation and cultivation of soil thereby, with physical data, conditions, 
. and progress within United States for 1891; by Richard J. Ilinton. 1893. 

pt. 2. Artesian and underflow investigation, final report of Edwin S. Nettleton. 
1893. 

pt. 3. Final geological reports of artesian and underflow investigation between 
97th meridian of longitude and foothills of Rocky Mountains; by Robert 
Hay. 1893. 

pt. 4. Final report on mid-plains division of artesian and underflow investigation 
between 97th meridian of longitude west of Greenwich and foothills of 
Rocky Mountains, by J. W. Gregory; and Special report on certain arte- 
sian conditions in South Dakota, by Fred F. B. Cofhn. 1893. 

Progress report on irrigation in United States [for 1890], pt. 1; by Richard 
J. Hinton. 1891. [2818-53, pt. 1] 
Same, pt. 2, Progress report of artesian and underflow investigation 
between 97th degree of west longitude and foothills of Rocky 
Mountains; by E. S. Nettleton. 1891. (51st Cong. 2d sess. 
S. ex. doc. 53, pt. 2; serial no. 2818.) 

Bulletins 

1 

[No more issued.] 

Circulars 

[None issued.] 

A16. LABOR EMPLOYMENT BOARD 



[Appointed according to regulations issued by the President^ July 2, 1902. 



Discontinued at some time after 
1904, and work taken over by Civil Senice Commission.] 



A16.1: 

(date) 
A16.2: 

In7^ 



In72 
R26 



A16.3: 

(nos.) 
A16.4: 

(nos.) 



ar. 21 

Annual reports 
[None issued.] 
General publications 

Instructions to applicants for appointment to position of mere unskilled 

laborer in Department of Agriculture at Washington, D. C. 

July 18, 1902. 
Same. Mar. 21, 1904. 
Regulations governing appointment to position of mere unskilled laborer 

under Department of Agriculture in District of Columbia. July 

2, 1902. 

Biaietins 

[None issued.] 
Circulars 
[None issued.] 

A17. LIBRARY 



[The first appropriation for the library was that made in 1864 for the library and laboratory jointly. The 
collection of books had its beginning in the transfer in 1869 of the works on agriculture from the Horary of 
the Patent Office. 

See, for information concerning the library, Historical sketch of Department of Agriculture (A21.3:3i-8) 
and Yearbook, 1897 (A1.10:897).] 



A17.1: 

(date) 



Annual reports 

[1894-1909 (except 1895-97, none issued), in annual reports of Agriculture Department 
(Al.l:), and usually issued separately also.] 



252 



Classification 
no. 

A17.2: 

D46 

A17.3: 

(no8.) 



A17. LIBRARY— Continued 

General publications 

Desiderata. List of desiderata [Agriculture Department Library], 
Nov. 1905. 

Bulletins 



27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 

38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 

48 
49 
50 



Same, supplement 1 



Same, errata 



51 

52 

53 

54 

55 

56 

57 

58 

59 

60 

61 

62 

63 

64 

65 

66 

67 

68 

69 

70 

71 

72 

73 

74 1 

75 



A17.4: Circulars 

(nos.) [None issued.] 
tA17.5: List of duplicates offered as exchanges 

(nos.) 1 
2 

[3] Duplicate publications available for exchange, Nov. 2, 1905. 1905. 
[4] Same, Mar. 12, 1906. 1906. 

A18. MICROSCOPY DIVISION 

[Established in 1871; became a division In 1885; abolished In 1895.3 

A18.1: Annual reports 

(date) [1871-94 (except 1877-84, none Issued), in annual reports of Agriculture Department 

(Al.l:), and 1889-93, issued separately also.] 

A18.2: General publications 

F44 Fibrine and bacteria; by T. Taylor, n. d. * 

M58 Microtome. Letter of C. P. Lyman to Thomas Taylor on work of his 
microtome. Sept. 30, 1881. * 

N16 Naphthaline as an insecticide, etc., its effect on seeds, plants, and ani- 
mals; by T. Taylor. 1883. * 

t This Checklist ends with the publications of the calendar year 1909. The Library 
of the Department of Agriculture has since discontinued the Accessions to Depart- 
ment library, which from 1894 to 1909 was issued quarterly and incorporated in the 
regular series of Bulletins (A17.3:), the last Accessions list so issued being no. 74. The 
Library has substituted a new series of publications, the first issue being v. 1, no. 1, 
Jan. 1910. This has necessitated an additional class under A17., the series title of 
which is as follows: 

A17.6: Monthly bulletin 
(v. nos.) 



253 



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nu. 


A18. MIC 


A18.3: 


BuUetins 


(no8.) 


[None issued.] 


A18.4: 


Circulars 


(DOS.) 


[None issued.] 


A18.5: 


Food products 


(no8.) 


1 3 editions 

2 2 editions 
3 



MICROSCOPY DIVISION— Continued 



A19. PLANT INDUSTRY BUREAU 



Division, see A24; VeRotablo Pliysiology and Pathology Division, see A28; also Arlington Experimental 
Fami and Tea Investigations and Experiments Office. 
See, for information concerning bureau, Historical sketch of Department of Agriculture (A21.3-.3 »-«).] 



A19.1: 

(date) 

A19.2: 

Ag8 



A12' 



A122 



AI2: 



A12* 



A125 



A12' 



A12 



An8^ 
An82 
B37 

B45 

B62 

B63 

B78 



Annual reports 

[1901-09, in annual reports of Agriculture Department (Al. 
also.] 



:), and issued separately 



General publications 

Agriculture Department. Le travail du D^partement d'Agriculture 
des Etats-Unis. 1905. narrow 16° [6'6e, for other information con- 
cerning the history, work, and organization of the Department, 
the various editions under A21.3:3 and A21.4:, also Yearbook, 
1897 (A1.10:897).] 

Alfalfa, Medicago sativa, instructions adapted to sand-hill section of 
Nebraska; [by H. N. Vinall].^ Feb. 1909. narrow f '^ 
Same, instructions adapted to New York and New England States; 

[by J. M. Westgate]. July 7, 1909. narrow f ° 
Same, instructions adapted to Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, Illinois, 
Iowa, Missouri, eastern Kansas, and eastern Nebraska; [by J. M. 
Westgate]. July 7, 1909. narrow f° 
Same, instructions adapted to eastern Oregon and eastern Washing- 
ton; [by J. M. Westgate]. July 7, 1909. 

Alfalfa. Drought-resistant alfalfas, Medicago sativa, instructions 
adapted to western Nebraska, western Kansas, eastern Colorado, 
Oklahoma, and western Texas; [by J. M. Westgate]. July 9, 
1909. narrow f« 

Alfalfa. Cold-resistant alfalfas, Medicago sativa, instructions adapted 
to Wisconsin, Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Mon- 
tana; [by J. M. Westgate]. July 7, 1909. narrow f *» 

Alfalfa, Medicago sativa, instructions adapted to Pennsylvania, West 
.Viminia, Maryland, Kentucky, Tennessee, Arkansas, Virginia, 
and Southern States, except western Texas; [by J. M. Westgate]. 
July 7, 1909. narrow f« 
See also entries under A19.6:A1 2. 

Anthracnose. Bean anthracnose. Dec. 9, 1907. 

Anthracnose. Cotton anthracnose. Dec. 9, 1907. 



Bean. 



Soy bean, Glycine hispida; [by H. T. Nielsen], 
narrow f ° 



Jan. 1909. 



Bermuda grass, Cynodon dactylon; 
narrow f ° 



[by H. N. Vinall]. Jan. 1909. 



Bluegrass. Kentucky bluegrass, Poa pratensis L.; [by R. A. Oakley! . 

Jan. 1909. narrow f 

Boll-weevil. Agricultural methods for boll- weevil districts; by S. A. 
Knapp. Feb. 21, 1905. 12" 

[Brome-grass] Bromus inermis; [by R. A. Oakley]. Jan. 1909. nar- 
row f° 



254 



Classification 
no. 

A19.2: 

B871 
B87 2 
B881 

B882 

C491 
C492 
C493 

C49^ 



C49^ 
C49« 



C621 
C622 

C62=» 

C711 



C712 
C71-^ 
C71^ 

C811 
C812 

C831 
C832 
C833 

D261 

D26 2 
F221 

F222 



F223 

F22* 
F225 
F22« 



A19. PLANT INDUSTRY BUREAU— Continued 

General puMieations — Continued 
Bulbs. Directions for planting bulbs. [1907.] 

Same. July 20, 1909. 
Bur clover, Medicago arabica and Medicago denticulata. [1907.] nar- 
row large 8** 
Bur clover [Medicago macula ta and Medicago denticulata; by C. V. 

Piper]. July 7, 1909. 4« 
Citrange, new citrus fruit. [Dec. 9, 1907.] 

Same. [Dec. 9, 1907] reissued Aug. 10, 1908. 
Citrange. Distribution of seedling citranges by Department of Agri- 
culture; [by Walter T. Swingle]. Jan. 6, 1909. 
Citrange. Conditions under which citranges are distributed in warm 
regions by Department of Agriculture; [by Walter T. Swingle]. 
Jan. 6, 1909. 
Same, in cold regions by Department of Agriculture; [by Walter T. 
Swingle]. Jan. 6, 1909. 
Citrus trifoliata. Distribution of seedlings of large-flowered Citrus tri- 
foliata by Department of Agriculture; [by Walter T. Swingle]. 
Jan. 6, 1909. 
See, for specific varieties, entries under A19.2:C71^-*, M84^-^, R89, 

R92i'^ Sa9i-3. 
See also reports on distribution of different varieties under 
A19.6:C71, M84i'^ R89l-^ R92, W67i-3. 
Clover. Crimson clover seed. Aug. 18, 1904. 
Clover. Red clover, Trifolium pra tense ; [by Nickolas Schmitz]. Jan. 

1909. narrow large 8° 
Clover. Crimson clcTver, Trifolium incarnatum; [by C. V. Piper]. 

July 7, 1909. narrow f « [See also A19.6:C86 ^] 
Colman citrange; [by Herbert J. Webber]. [1st edition.] [Dec. 9, 1907.] 
[Reprinted, with slight changes, from New citrus and pineapple 
productions of Department of Agriculture, which appeared in 
the Yearbook, 1906; see A1.10:906, p. 331.] 
Same. [2d^dition.] [Dec. 9, 1907] reissued Aug. 15, 1908. 
Same. [3d edition.] [Dec. 9, 1907] reprinted Jan. 30, 1909. 
Same. 4th edition. Nov. 1, 1909. 
iSeeaZso A19. 6 :C71. 
Corn. Testing seed corn for germination. Mar. 19, 1907. 4° 
Corn. Testing seed corn [in seed laboratory of Plant Industry Bureau]. 

Jan. 22, 1908. 4° 
Cowpea seed for 1907. Feb. 26, 1907. 4« 

Cowpea seed . Testing cowpea seed for germination . Mar . 10, 1908 . 4° 
Cowpeas, Vigna unguiculata; [by H. T. Nielsen]. 'Jan. 1909. narrow 

large 8"^ 
Date orchard. Starting seedling date orchard; [by Walter T. Swingle]. 
[Mar. 16, 1907.] 16° 
Same. [Jan. 24, 1908.] 16« 
Farms. Model plan for southern farm. June 21, 1907. 16° 
Farmers' bulletins contributed by Bureau of Plant Industry, Jan. 1907- 
Dec. 1908, nos. 274-339 [title-page and contents]. 1909. [The 
Farmers' bulletins referred to form part of the series listed under 
A1.9:] 
Farmers' cooperative demonstration work. Field instructions for 
farmers' cooperative demonstration work; [by S. A. Knapp]. 
Feb. 29, 1908. 
Same, Revised edition. Apr. 6, 1908. 

Same. [Revised edition.] [Apr. 6, 1908] reissued Mar. 15, 1909. 
Same. 2d revision. Nov. 10, 1909. 



255 



ClaMsiflratlun 
no. 

A19.2: 

F22' 

F22» 
F22» 
F41' 

F412 
F413 
F41* 



F41* 
F41« 



F46 

F74^ 
F74 2 

F941 
F942 
F943 

G43» 

G432 
G433 

076 1 

076^ 

G763 
G76^ 
In7i 

In7- 
In73 

In7^ 

Iii7^ 
In7« 
Kill 

KIP 

K113 

Kll* 



All). PLANT INDUSTRY BUREAU— (ontinued 

General publications— Continued 

Farming. Familiar talks on farming: Cultivation of crop; [by S. A. 

Knapp]. Apr. 15, 1908. 
Same: DiverHification; [by S. A. Knapp]. June 30, 1908. 
Farm notes [for the South; by S. A. Knapp]. June 16, 1909. 
Fertilizers. Economize, cut down expenses of farm [by use of] home 

fertilizers; [by S. A. Knapp]. [Mar. 4, 1908.] 
Same. [Mar. 4, 1908] reprint Nov. 19, 1908. 
Same. Dec. 11, 1909. 
Fertilizers. Field instructions for farmers' cooperative demonstration 

work, commercial fertilizers, their uses and cost; [by S. A. 

Knapp]. Apr. 15, 1908. 
Same, their uses and value; [by S. A. Knapp]. Feb. 15, 1909. 
Fertilizers. Commercial fertilizers, their uses and value; [by S. A. 

Knapp]. Dec. 13, 1909. [This edition omits the words "Field 

instructions, etc., used at beginning of title of 2 previous editions 

(A19.2:F41*'S).] 
Figs. Cooperative distribution of new varieties of Smyrna figs and 

caprifigs; [by Walter T. Swingle]. Jan. 25, 1909. 
Forage crop seed. Plan of distributing forage crop seed and cultural 

directions for crops distributed. [1902.] 16° 
Forage crops. Cooperative experiments with forage crops, autumn of 

1907-Bpring of 1908. Apr. 18, 1907. [See also A19.6:F74.] 
Fruits. Instructions regarding preservation of fruits in antiseptic 

fluids. [1907.] 40 
Fruits. Instructions for packing and mailing specimens of fresh fruit, 

[1908.] 4« 
Fruits. Directions for selecting, preparing, and sending specimens of 

fruits; [by]G. B. Brackett. [1908.] 4° [Publication bears the 

designation Circular 3 revised, but it does not belong to the 

regular series of Circulars of the Plant Industry Bureau, for which 

seeAldA:] 
Ginseng. [Letter giving information in regard to ginseng; by Fred- 
erick V. Coville.] [1904.] 4« 
Same; [by Rodney H. True]. Oct. 20, 1906. 4° 
Ginseng. American ginseng; [by Rodney H. True]. June 4, 1909. 
Grapes. Factors affecting keeping quality of table grapes while in 

transit and in storage; [by A. V. Stubenrauch]. Aug. 6, 1908. 
Grasses. Directions for preparing herbarium specimens of grasses; [by 

A. S. Hitchcock and Agnes Chase]. Mar. 1, 1909. 
Grase mixture for moist meadows. [1909.] 4* 
Grass mixture for hay for sections south of timothy region. [1909.] 
Inoculating material. Directions for using inoculating material [for 

seed and soil]. [1907.] 4« 
Same [with slight change in text]. [1907.] 4" 
Inoculating material. Directions for using inoculating material [for 

seed]. [1907.] 4° 
Inoculating material. Directions for using inoculating material [for 

seed and soil]; sheet A. [1907.] 4° 
Same; sheet B. [1907.] 4« 
Same; sheet C. [1907.] 4« 
Kafir-corn. Pink kafir, Andropogon sorghum; [by A. B. Conner]. 

Jan. 1909. narrow large 8° 
Kafir-corn. Red kafir, Andropogon sorghum var.; [by A. B. Con- 
ner]. Jan. 1909. narrow large 8** 
Kafir-corn. BlackhuU kafir, form of Andropogon sorghum. [1909.] 

narrow 8*' 
Kafir-corn. Red kafir, form of Andropogon sorghum. [1909.] narrow 8<* 



256 



Classification 
no. 

A19.2: 

K84 
L96 

M631 
M632 

M841 



M842 
M843 
M84* 

On4 
P21 

P67 
P93 
P96 



ES9 

R92» 
R922 

R98 
Sa2 



Sa92 
Sa93 
SeS^ 
Se32 
Se33 

Se3^ 

Se3* 

Se3« 

Se3' 

Se38 

T31 

T551 

T552 



A19. PLANT INDUSTRY BUREAU— Continued 

General publications— Continued 

Kowliang, form of Andropogon sorghum. [1909.] narrow 8" 

Lucern. Sand lucern, Medicago sativa varia; [by J. M. Westgate]. 
July 8, 1909. 

Milo, form of Andropogon sorghum. Mar. 12, 1908. narrow large 8" 

Milo. Dwarf milo, Andropogon sorghum var. ; [by A. B. Conner]. Jan. 
1909. narrow large 8*> 

Morton citrange; [by Herbert J. Webber]. [Ist edition.] [Dec. 9, 1907.] 
[Reprinted, with slight changes, from New fruit productions of 
Department of Agriculture, which appeared in the Yearbook, 
1905; see A1.10:905, p. 276.] 
Same. [2d edition.] [Dec. 9, 1907] reissued Aug. 25, 1908. 
Same. [3d edition.] [Dec. 9, 1907] reissued Jan. 30, 1909. 
Same. [4th, incorrectly printed as] 5th edition. Nov. 3, 1909. 
See also entries under A19.6:M84 ^> 2. 

Onion. Wild onion; [by J. S. Cates and H. R. Cox]. Nov. 30, 1908. 

Para grass, Panicum barbinode; [by S. M. Tracy]. Jan. 1909. nar- 
row 8« [See also A19.6:P21.] 

Pistache nut; [by Walter T. Swingle]. [1907.] 4° 

Prickly pears. Spineless prickly pears. Nov. 1909. 

Publications. List of publications of Office of Grass and Forage Plant 
Investigations and Division of Agrostology; by W. J. Spillman. 
1902. [See, for later lists of publications, A19.10:] 

Rusk citrange; [by Herbert J. Webber and Walter T. Swingle]. Nov. 
1, 1909. [See also entries under A19.6:R89 ^-^.] 

Rustic citrange; [by Herbert J. Webber]. [Dec. 9, 1907.] 
Same. [Dec. 9, 1907] reissued Aug. 28, 1908. 
See also A19. 6 :B,92. 

Rye-grass. Italian rye-grass, Lolium italicum ; [by H.N. Vinall] . Jan . 
1909. narrow large 8° 

St. Louis, Mo. Visitors' guide to exhibits of Bureau of Plant Industry 
at Louisiana Purchase Exposition, St. Louis, 1904; by J. E. Rock- 
well. 1904. 16° 

Savage citrange; [by Herbert J. Webber]. [Dec. 9, 1907.] 
Same. [Dec. 9, 1907] reissued Aug. 18, 1908. 
Same. [Dec. 9, 1907] reissued Feb. 15, 1909. 

Seeds. List of seeds wanted, season of 1907. [1907.] 16° 

Seed testing; [by Edgar Brown]. Nov. 1, 1907. 4° 

Seed-testing. Nebraska cooperative seed-testing laboratory [to be es- 
tablished at Lincoln, Nebr.]. Jan. 4, 1908. ^ 

Seed-testing. Oregon cooperative seed-testing laboratory [to be estab- 
lished at Corvallis, Oreg.]. Aug. 23, 1909. 4° 

Seed selection for southern farms; [by S. A. Knapp and D.N. Barrow]. 
July 31, 1908. 

Seeds. Selection of cotton and com seed for southern farms; [by S. A. 
Knapp]. June 22, 1909. 

Seed beds. Deep fall plowing and seed bed; [by S. A. Knapp]. Oct. 
1, 1908. 

Seed beds. Fall-breaking and preparation of seed bed; [by S. A. 
Knapp]. Sept. 8, 1909. 

Texas. Agricultural conditions in southern Texas [and advice on going 
into orange growing]. Mar. 22, 1909. 

Tobacco seed. Plan of distributing tobacco seed and cultural directions 
for different types of tobacco distributed. [1902.] 16° [See also 
entries under A19.6:T55.] 

Tobacco investigations. Plans for continuation of tobacco investiga- 
tions in Texas; [by W. W. Gamer]. Dec. 14, 1909. 



257 



no. 
A19.2: 

V64» 
V642 

A19.3: 

(no8.) 



A19. PliANT INDUSTRY BUREAU— Continued 

General publications— Continued 

"Vetch. Hairy vetch, Vicia viilosa; [by C. V. Piper]. July 7, 1909. 
Vetch. Common vetch or tares, Vicia sativa; [by C. V. Piper]. July 7, 
1909. 

Bulletins large 8° and 8» 



See, for contents and index to Bulletins 1-100, A19.3:101. 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51, 

52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 



2 editiona 



See, for revision, A19. 3:119. 



2 editions 



6 pts. [Issued separately and 
also in one pamphlet.] 



2 editions 



58 
59 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72, 



73 
74 
75 
76 
77 
78 
79 
80 
81 
82 
83 
84 
85 
86 
87 
88 
89 
90, 

91 
92 
93 
94 
95 
96 
97 
98 
99 
100, 

101 
102, 

103 
104 
105 
106 
107 
108 
109 
110 



4 p ts . [Issued separa tely (pt . 
1 revised), and also in one 
pamphlet.] 



4 p ts . [Issued separately and 

also in one pamphlet.] 
See, for abstract, A19.6 :T55 *» •. 



8 pts. [Issued separately and 
also in one pamphlet.] 

7 pts. [Issued separately and 
also in one pamphlet.] 



82452^—11 17 



258 



Classification 




A19. 


PLANT INDUSTRY BUREAU— Continued 


no. 










A19.3: 


Bulletins— Continued 




(no8.) 


111, 


5pts. 


[Issued separately and 


139 






also 


in one pamphlet.] 


140 




112 






141 , 5 pts . [Issued separately and 
also in one pamphlet.] 




113 








114 






142 




115 






143 




116 






144 




117 






145 




118 






146 




119 


(revision of 34) 


147 




120 






148 




121, 


6pts. 


[Issued separately and 
in one pamphlet.] 


149 






also 


150 




122 






151 




123 






152 




124 






153 




125 






154 




126 






155 




127 






156 




128 






157 




129 






158 




130 






159 




131, 


5pts. 


[Issued separately and 


160 






also 


in one pamphlet.] 


161 




132 






162 




133 






163 t 




134 






164 t 




135 






165 




136 






166 t 




137 






167 t 




138 






168 


A19.3«: 


Bulletins (separates) 


• 


(CT) 










A19.4:: 


Circulars 




(no8.) 


1 


2 editions 


25 




2 






26 [Withdrawn.] 




3t 






Same, with corrections on p. 




4 






14 and 17 




5 






27 




6 






28 




7 






29 




8 






30 




9 






31 




10 






32 




11 






33 




12 






34 




13 






35 




14 






36 




15 






37 




16 






38 




17 






39 




18 






40 




19 






41 




20 






42 




21 






43 




22 






44t 




23 






45 1 




24 






46 



t Not printed up to Dec. 31, 1909. 

JThe 1 p. 4** publication which appeared in 1908 with title Directions for selecting, 
preparing, and sending specimens of fruits, and which bore the designation "Circulars, 
revised " is not a circular of this series. It is classed under A19.2:F942. 



259 



Classlflcatlon 
no. 

A19.5: 

(sec. no8.) 



A19.6: 

A12' 
A122 
A123 
A12* 
A12^ 

A12« 

A127 

A128 



B211 

B212 

B2P 

B24 

B26 

B87 

C16 

C22» 

C222 

C223 

C391 

C392 
C393 
C71 



C82' 

C822 
C823 

C82* 

C825 
C82« 
C827 
C86» 

C862 

F36 

F74 

G45 



A19. PLANT INDUSTRY BUREAU— Continued 
Distribution of novelties and specialties IQ* 



sec. I 
sec. 2 
sec. 3 
sec. 4 



sec. 5 
sec. 5a 
sec. 6 
sec. 6a 



Seed and plant introduction and distribution 

Alfalfa, Medicagosativa. [1907.] narrow f** 
Same. Jan. 1908. narrow large 8° 
Same. Jan. 1908. narrow f** 
Alfalfa. Arabian alfalfa, Medicago sativa var. Feb. 1908. 
Alfalfa, Medicago eativa, instructions adapted to eastern Oregon and 
eastern Washington. Feb. 1908. 
Same, instructions adapted to irrigated and humid sections of west- 
ern half of United States. Feb. 1908. 4« 
Alfalfa. Cold -resistant alfalfas, Medicago sativa, instructions adapted 
to Wisconsin, Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, and 
Montana. Feb. 1908. narrow large 8** 
Alfalfa. Drought-resistant alfalfas, Medicago sativa, instructions 
adapted to western Nebraska, western Kansas, eastern Colorado, 
Oklahoma, and western Texas. Feb. 1908. narrow large 8° 
See also entries under A19.2:A1 2. 
Bamboo. Cultural directions for bamboo. Apr. 7, 1908. 12® 
Same. June 1, 1908. 12" 

Same. [June 1, 1908] reissued Sept. 21, 1908. 12« 
Barley. Winter barley, Hordeum vulgare. [1907.] narrow 8° 
Barnyard millet, Panicum crus-galli. Jan. 1908. 4^ 
Bulb distribution [gladiolus]. [1904.] 4« 
Canada bluegrass, Poa compressa. Jan. 1908. narrow lai^e 8° 
Carob. Cultural directions for carob. Jan. 21, 1908. 
Same. June 1, 1908. 

Same. [June 1, 1908] reissued Sept. 25, 1908. 
Chayote, new winter vegetable from the South; [by David Fairchildl. 
[Feb. 3, 1908.] 
Same. [June 1, 1908.] 

Same. [June 1, 1908] reissued Sept. 25, 1908. 
Colman citrange. Distribution of Colman citrange in 1907; [by Herbert 
J. Webber]. Apr. 18, 1907. [See also entries under A19.2: 
C711-*.] 
Cotton seed. Distribution of cotton seed in 1903; by Herbert J. Web- 
ber. 1903. 
Same, in 1905. 2d edition. Jan. 13, 1905. 
Cotton seed. Distribution of Centerville sea island cotton seed; [by 

William A. Orton]. [Feb. 17, 1905.] 
Cotton seed. Distribution of cotton seed in 1906; [by Herbert J. Web- 
ber]. Apr. 30, 1906. 
Same, in 1907; [by Herbert J. Webber]. May 20, 1907. 
Same, in 1908; [by D. N. Shoemaker]. Jan. 31, 1908. 
Same, in 1909; [by D. N. Shoemaker]. Jan. 15, 1909. 

Crimson clover, Trifolium incamatum. [1907.1 narrow f*> [See also 
A19.2:C623.] 

Creeping bent, Agrostis stolonifera. Jan. 1908. 4* 

Fenugreek, Trigonella foenum-graecum. [1907.] small 4» 

Forage crops. Cooperative experiments with forage crops, autumn of 

1906-spring of 1907. Apr. 20, 1906. [See also A19.2:F742.] 
Gladiolus. Variety collection of gladiolus. [1905.] 



260 



Classification 
no. 



A19.6: 

G74 



G94 
Ir6i 

Ir62 
K95 
L53 

M61 
M69 

M841 

M842 

M85 

OaSi 

OaS^ 

Oa83 

P21 

R31 

R891 

R892 
R893 

R92 



Sca7 
Sel 
She 

So6 

Su5 
T15 
T551 



T55 = 



T553 
T55* 

T55* 

T55« 
T557 



A19. PLANT INDUSTKY BTJBEAU— Continued 

Seed and plant introduction and distribution — Con. 

Gourd. Further directions in regard to proper shaping and handling 
of South African pipe gourd; [by David Fairchild and G. N. 
Collins]. [1909.] [Extract with slight changes from South Afri- 
can pipe calabash, for which see A19.4:41.] 

Guinea grass, Panicum maximum. Jan. 1908. 

Iron cowpea, variety resistant to wilt and root-knot; [by William A. 
Orton]. [1903.] 

Iron cowpea; by W. A. Orton. Jan. 16, 1904. 

Kudzu, Pueraria thunbergiana. [1909.] small 4^ 

Lei tehee. Chinese cultural methods for lei tehee, Litchi chinensis; by 
William N. Brewster. June 5, 1909. 

Millet Chaetochloa italica. [1907.] 

Mitsumata, Cultural directions for mitsumata, Japanese paper plant: 
[by David Fairchild]. [Feb. 1, 1908.] 

Morton citrange. Distribution of Morton citrange in 1906; [by Herbert 
J. Webber]. Feb. 12, 1906. 
Same, in 1907; [by Herbert J. Webber]. Jan. 25, 1907. 
See also entries under A19.2:M84^-*. 

Moth bean, Phraseolus aconitifolius. Jan. 1908. small 4® 

Oats. Burt oats, Avena sativa. Feb. 1908. oblong 32® 

Oats. Sixty-day oats, Avena sativa. Feb. 1908. oblong 32" 

Oats. Swedish select oats, Avena sativa. Feb. 1908. oblong 32<* 

Para grass, Panicum barbinode. Jan. 1908. [See also A19.2:P21.] 

Rescue grass, Bromus unioloides. [1907.] 

Rusk citrange. Distribution of Rusk citrange in 1905; [by Herbert J. 
Webber]. Feb. 25, 1905. 
Same, in 1906; [by Herbert J. Webber]. Feb. 12, 1906. 
Same, in 1907; [by Herbert J. Webber]. Jan. 25, 1907. 
See also A19.2:R89. 

Rustic citrange. Distribution of rustic citrange in 1907; [by Herbert 
J. Webber]. Mar. 2, 1907. [See also entries under A19.2: 

Scarlet vetch, Vicia fulgens. Jan. 1908. 4<> 

Sea kale. Cultural directions for sea kale. [1907.] 12*> 

Shipping directions. General shipping and mailing directions for seeds 
and plants. May 15, 1909. narrow 8" 

Sorgos or sweet sorghums, Andropogon sorghum var. Jan. 1908. nar- 
row 8° 

Sulla, Hedysarum coronarium. [1907.] oblong 24° 

Tangier pea, Lathyrus tingitanus. Jan. 1908. 4° 

Tobacco seed. Plan of distributing tobacco seed, and cultural direc- 
tions for different types of tobacco distributed; by A. J. Pieters. 
Oct. 10, 1903. [See also entries under A19.2:T55.] 

Tobacco. Description of varieties of tobacco and cultural directions to 
accompany [tobacco] seed distributed in 1904-05. Oct. 31, 1904. 
16« 

Tobacco seed, Brazilian. [1905.] 4« 

Tobacco seed. Cultural directions for tobacco seed distributed in 
1905-06. Dec. 11, 1905. 16° 

Tobacco. Brief cultural directions for tobacco. Nov. 6, 1906. 16* 
[This is an abstract of Bulletin 91 (A19.3:91).] 
Same. Dec. 19, 1907. 8° 

Tobacco. Brief directions for cultivation of tobacco, 1909; [articles by 
A. D. Shamel and E. H. Mathewson]. Nov. 20, 1908. 



261 



Classification 
no. 

A19.6: 

Ud7» 

Ud7' 

V54 

W67' 

W672 
W673 
W71 
W72» 

W722 

W723 

W72* 

A19.7: 

Sche^ 

Sch62 
Sch63 

A19.8: 

(date) 



A19.9: 

B411 

B412 
M66 

N81 

Su7 

T76 

Uml 

W67 

A19.10: 

(date) 



A19. PLANT INDUSTRY BUREAU— Continued 

Seed and plant introduction and distribution— Con. 

Udo. Two methods of growing udo, Japanese salad plant; (by David 

Fairchildj. Apr. 30, 1908. 
Udo. Culinary directions for kan udo. Sept. 10, 1909. oblong 24® 
Velvet grass, Holcus lanatus. Jan. 1908, 12<> 

Willits citrange. Distribution of Willite citrange in 1905; [by Herbert 
J. Webber]. Feb. 25, 1905. 

Same, in 1906; [by Herbert J. Webber]. Feb. 12, 1906. 

Same, in 1907; [by Herbert J. Webber]. Jan. 25, 1907. 
Wilt-resistant Jackson cotton. [1906.] 16° 

Window gardens. Directions for making window gardens; [by W. W. 
Tracy, sr.]. Mar. 28, 1904. 16« 

Same. 2d edition revised. Jan. 31, 1905. 16° 

Same. 3d edition revised. [Jan. 2, 1909.] 

Same. 4th edition. [Mar. 20, 1909.] 16° 
Horticultural investigations 
School garden; [by L. C. Corbett]. [Ist edition.] [Feb. 25, 1904.] 

Same. [2d edition.] [Jan. 25, 1905.] 

Same. 3d edition revised. [Mar. 18, 1905.] 
[List of] bulletins of Bureau of Plant Industry 

1905, Sept. 
Dec. 

1906, Jan. 
June 
Aug. 

1907, Jan. 
May 
May 

■ [Discontinued. See, for similar information of later date, A19.10:] 

Hints to settlers [on irrigation projects] 

See, for publications relating to irrigation projects issued by Recla- 
mation Service, 1 19.17^"^: and 127. 
Belle Fourche project. Hints to settlers on Belle Fourche project, S. 

Dak.; [by C. A. Jenson]. Mar. 17, 1909. 
Same. [Mar. 17, 1909] reissued Mar. 27, 1909. 
Minidoka project. Hints to settlers on Minidoka project, Idaho; [by 

Alex. McPherson]. Mar. 19, 1909. 
North Platte project. Hints to settlers on North Platte project, Nebr.; 

[by J. A. Warren]. Mar. 24, 1909. 
Sun River project. Hints to settlers on Sun River project, Mont.; [by 

J. S. Cotton and W. A. Remington]. Apr. 5, 1909. 
Truckee-Carson project. Hints to settlers on Truckee-Carson project, 

Nev.; [by Thos. H. Means and Shober J. Rogers]. Mar. 9, 1909. 
Umatilla project. Hints to settlers on Umatilla project, Oreg.; [by 

. Byron Hunter]. Aug. 5, 1909. 
Williston project. Hints to settlers on Williston project, N. Dak.; [by 

J. C. McDowell]. Mar. 27, 1909. 

[List of] publications of Bureau of Plant Industry 

See, for earlier lists, A19.2:P96 and Al9.8:905'-908^ 

1909, Feb. 13 
June 12 
Sept. 13 
Nov. 16 

1910, Feb. 26 
[Discontinued.] 



8 narrow f ° 


1907, Aug. 


31 


15 


Nov. 


23 


31 


1908, Feb. 


12 


1 * 


Apr. 


24 


20 * 


July 


1 


16 


Aug. 


3 


13 


Dec. 


29 


28 







262 



A20. POMOLiOGY DIVISION 



[Established July 1, 1886, in accordance with act of Congress. Merged into Bureau of Plant Industry, Taly 
1, 1901, see A19. See, for history of division. Historical sketch of D€ 



and Yearbook, 1897 (Al. 10:897).] 

Classiflcatlon 
no. 



)epartnient of Agriculture (A21.3:3i-«) 



A20.1: 

(date) 

A20.2: 

N95 

A20.3: 

(nos.) 

A20.4 : 

(nos.) 



Annual reports 

[1886-1901, in annual reports of Agriculture Department (Al.l:), and usually issued 
separately also.] 

General publications 

Nut culture in United States, embracing native and introduced spe- 
cies; [by W.„P. Corsa]. 1896. large 8° 

Bulletins 



2 editions 



10 



Circulars 

[Reprinted from report of pomologist for 1894.] 

1 

2 2 editions 

3 [1st edition] 

[3] Same, revised [Erroneously numbered 40.] 
3 Same, reprint with correct number 

A21. PUBLICATIONS DIVISION 



A Division of Records and Editing was organized July 1 
Department of Agriculture, 1891, approved July 14, 1890 



under act making appropriations for 

I, approvea July 14, i«yo. 'inis division was absorbed and succeeded 

by'the Division of Publications, wkich was established July 1, 1895, under the appropriations act for 



1896, approved Mar. 2, 1895. See, for Information concerning division, Historical sketch of Department 
of Agriculture (A21.3:3i-3).] 



A21.1: 

(date) 



A21.2 

Ag8 



At6 



B97 

C33 

C491 

C492 

C82 

C83 
Eu7 
M46 



Annual reports 

[1890-1909, in annual reports of Agriculture Department (Al.l:), and issued sepa- 
rately also. 

Prior to the establishment of the division, reports of the editor, 1868-71, appeared in 
annual reports of Agriculture Department (Al.l:), but were not issued separately. 

Between 1872 and 1889, there were no reports except a report of the Secretary rela- 
tive to establishment and work of the division, which appeared in annual report 
of Agriculture Department, 1889 (Al.l:889), and was also issued separately.] 

General publications 

Agriculture Department. Department of Agriculture and its work; by 
George William Hill. Aug. 6, 1898. [See, for further informa- 
tion concerning the history, work, and organization of the De- 
partment, Yearbook, 1897 (Al. 10:897), and the various editions 
under A21.3:3 and A21.4:] 

Atlanta, Ga. Organization of Department of Agriculture and list of 
its exhibits at Cotton States and International Exposition, At- 
lanta, Ga., Sept. 18, 1895-Jan. 1, 1896. 1895. IG^ 

Butter making. Report on recently patented process of butter making; 
by D. E. Salmon. Nov. 20, 1897. 

Cereal production of Europe. Mar. 2, 1908. narrow large 8*^ 

Circulars issued by the various divisions of Department of Agriculture 
to Nov. 1, 1897. [1897.] 

Circulars of information [issued by the various divisions of Department 
of Agriculture]. [1896.] 

Cotton-boll wee\il. Present status of cotton boll weevil. June 24, 
1908. 

Cowpea seed. July 12, 1907. 

European grain trade. Mar. 2, 1908, narrow large 8° 

Meat inspection. Report of committee on charges of [J. F.] Harms 
against meat-inspection service. July 2, 1909. 



263 



ClusiflCAtlon 
no. 

A21.2! 

N35 



P92 

P96» 
P962 
P963 

R29 

R92 
Se3 

W69 

A21.3: 

(nos.) 



A21.4:: 

(nos.) 



A21.5: 

(ed. nos.) 



A21. PUBLICATIONS DIVISION— Continued 

General publications— Continued 

Neosho Valley. Investigation of Neoeho Valley floods by drainage 
engineers of Office of Experiment Stations. Mar. 25, 1908. nar- 
row f o ^ 

Preservatives. Methods of studying effect of preservatives and other 
substances added to foods upon health and digestion, address 
delivered before National Association of State Dairy and Food 
Commissioners, St. Paul, July 21, 1903; [by H. W. Wiley]. July 
17, 1903. 

Publication work [of Department of Agriculture] as affected by law of 
Jan. 12, 1895. Jan. 18, 1897. 

Publications. Notes regarding Department [of Agriculture] publi- 
cations. Sept. 19, 1896. 

Publications available. Special list of publications of Department of 
Agriculture available Apr. 10, 1899, for distribution to corre- 
spondents and others rendering service to Department. [1899.] 

Reprints. [List of] Congressional reprints for sale by superintendent of 
documents. Apr. 30, 1897. 

Russia's wheat trade. Mar. 25, 1908. narrow i° 

Seed distribution. Proposed change in method of seed distribution. 
Jan. 15, 1895. * 

Wilson, James. Speech by James Wilson, Secretary of Agriculture, 
delivered July 7, 1902, at School of Agriculture Columbus, Ohio. 
July 17, 1902. 

Btilletlns 

[1] Index to annual reports of Department of Agriculture, 1837-93; [by 
George F. Thompson]. 1896. [This superseded two earlier in- 
dexes; see Al. 8:14, 42.] 

1 Same [reprint, 1899]. 6 

2 7 

3 3 editions 8 

4 9 
5 

Circulars t 



7 editions 

8 editions 

6 editions 

7 editions 
2 editions 
2 editions 



See, for earlier editions, A21.5: 
See, for earlier editions, A21.8: 



Lis^t of bulletins and circulars Issued by Depart- 
ment of Agriculture available for free distri- 
bution ([Publication] 247.) 

[Ist edition] Corrected to Nov. 1, 1897 
[2d edition] Corrected to Oct. 1, 1898 

3d edition 6th edition 9th edition 12th edition 

4th edition 7th edition 10th edition 13th edition 

5th edition 8th edition 11th edition 14th edition 

See, for later editions, A21.4:2. 



t Beginning with Jan. 1911, the Division of Publications has issued certain Circu- 
lars (A21. 4:7-18, etc.) each of which lists available publications of individual bureaus 
or divisions of the Department of Agriculture. These Publications Division Circulars 
supersede certain previous lists issued by the Publications Division, such as A21.4:2, 3, 
and also similar lists formerly issued by other bureaus and divisions of the Department. 
These new Circulars do not cover the same ground as some of the previous lists, because 
they contain entries for available publications only and are not complete lists. 



264 



Classification 
no. 



A21. PUBLICATIONS DIVISION— Continued 



A21.6^: I Monthly list of publications [of Agriculture De- 



(date) 



partment] 

[Issued as a one-page circular of various sizes up to Mar. 1896, when it became a pam- 
phlet of from 3 to 8 pages, without title-page, in which form it is still issued.] 



1892, Jan. 
Feb. 
Mar. 
Apr. 
May 
June 
July 
Aug. 
Sept. 
Oct. 
Nov. 
Dec. 

1893, Jan. 
Feb. 
Mar. 
Apr. 
May 
June 
July 
Aug. 
Sept. 
Oct. 
Nov. 
Dec. 

1894, Jan. 
Feb. 
Mar. 
Apr. 
May 
June 
July 
Aug. 
Sept. 
Oct. 
Nov. 
Dec. 

1895, Jan. 
Feb. 
Mar. 
Apr. 
May 
June 
July 
Aug. 
Sept. 
Oct. 
Nov. 
Dec. 

1896, Jan. 
Feb. 
Mar. 
Apr. 
May 
June 
July 
Aug. 
Sept. 
Oct. 
Nov. 
Dec. 



2 editions 



1897, Jan. 

Feb. 

Mar. 

Apr. 

May 

June 

July 

Aug. 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Nov. 

Dec. 

1898, Jan. 
Feb. 
Mar. 
Apr. 
May 
June 
July 
Aug. 
Sept. 
Oct. 
Nov. 
Dec. 

1899, Jan. 
Feb. 
Mar. 
Apr. 
May 
June 
July 
Aug. 
Sept. 
Oct. 
Nov. 
Dec. 

1900, Jan. 
Feb. 
Mar. 
Apr. 

' May 
June 
July 
Aug. 
Sept. 
Oct. 
Nov. 
Dec. 
Jan. 
Feb. 
Mar. 
Apr. 
May 
June 
July 
Aug. 
Sept. 
Oct. 
Nov. 
Dec. 



1901, 



1902, Jan. 
Feb. 
Mar. 
Apr. 
May 
June 
July 
Aug. 
Sept. 
Oct. 
Nov. 
Dec. 

1903, Jan. 
Feb. 
Mar. 
Apr. 
May 
June 
July 

2 editions Aug. 

2 editions Sept. 

Oct. 

Nov. 

Dec. 

1904, Jan. 
Feb. 
Mar. 
Apr. 
May 
June 
July 
Aug. 
Sept. 
Oct. 
Nov. 
Der-. 

1905, Jan. 
Feb. 
Mar. 
Apr. 
May 
June 
July 
Aug. 
Sept. 
Oct. 
Nov. 
Dec. 

1906, Jan. 
Feb. 
Mar. 
Apr. 
May 
June 
July 
Aug. 
Sept. 
Oct. 
Nov. 
Dec. 



265 



CUssiAcAtion 
no. 

A21.6': 

(date) 



A21.62: 

(date) 



A21.7: 

(CT) 

A21.8: 

(ed. nos.) 



A21. PUBLICATIONS DIVISION-Continued 

MonthJy list of publications [of Ag:rlculture De- 
partment]— Continued 

1907, Jan. 
Feb. 
Mar. 
Apr. 
May 
June 
July 
Aug. 
Sept. 
Oct. 
Nov. 



1904, Feb. 
Mar. 
Apr. 
May 
June 
July 
Aug. 
Sept. 
Oct. 
Nov. 
Dec. 

1905, Jan. 
Feb. 
Mar. 
Apr. 
May 
June 
July 
Aug. 
Sept. 
Oct. 
Nov. 
Dec 

1906, Jan. 

Press notices 

[Synoptical notices of publications which are to appear. Distributed in large numbers 
to the press for copy.] 

[Price list of] publications of Department of Agri- 
culture for sale by superintendent of docu- 
ments ([Publication] 179.) 

[Ist edition] Feb. 19, 1896 6th edition Feb. 1, 1900 

Same, supplement. Aug. 31, 7th edition July 1, 1900 

1896 [Erroneously called 8th edition Aug. ] , 1901 

Circular 179.] 9th edition Aug. 1, 1902 

2d edition] Oct. 1, 1896 10th edition May 1, 1903 

'3d edition] Oct. 1, 1897 11th edition May 1, 1904 

4th edition] July 1, 1898 12th edition Feb. 1, 1905 

5th edition Feb. 1, 1899 13th edition Mar. 1, 1906 

See, for later editions, A21.4:3. 



1908, Jan. Includes 
Dec. 1907.] 


1909 


, Jan. 




Feb. 


Feb. and Mar. 




Mar. and Apr. 


Apr. and May 




May and June 


June 




July 


July 




Aug. 


Aug. 




Sept. 


Sept. 




Oct. 


Oct. 




Nov. 


Nov. 




Dec. 


Dec. 






publications [of Agriculture D 


r foreign distribution] t 


1906, Feb. 


1908 


,Feb. 


Mar. 




Mar. 


Apr. 
May 




Apr. 
May 


June 




June 


July 




July 


Aue. 




Aug. 


Sept. 




Sept. 


Oct. 




Oct. 


Nov. 




Nov. 


Dec. 




Dec. 


1907, Jan. 


1909 


, Jan. 


Feb. 




Feb. 


Mar. 




Mar. 


Apr. 
May 




Apr. 
M^y 


June 




June 


July 




July 


Aug. 




Aug. 


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Sept. 


Oct. 




Oct. 


Nov. 




Nov. 


Dec. 




Dec. 


1908, Jan. 







t Discontinued with Oct. 1910 issue. 



266 



Classlflcation 
no. 

tA21.9i: 

(date) 



A21. PUBLICATIONS DIVISION— Continued 

Farmers' bulletins [available for distribution] 

various sizes 
[Prior to 1907, some are 4° and some narrow f ». Beginning 1907, all are 8°.] 



1896, July 10 
Oct. 7 

1897, Feb. 1 
Apr. 1 
June 1 

1898-1904 * 

1905, July 27 

Oct. 3 

Dec. 16 



1906, Jan. 10 
Mar. 8 

1907, Mar. 22 
May 16 
Sept. 27 
Oct. 15 
Dec. 7 

1908, Jan. 11 
Mar. 13 



1908, Apr. 3 
May 11 
June 12 
July 30 
Oct. 8 
Dec. 1 

1909, Jan. 15 
Mar. 31 
Apr. 20 



1909, May 15 
May 25 
June 10 
July 22 
Oct. 20 
Dec. 20 



A22. PUBIilC ROADS OFFICE 



Formerly Oflace of Road Inquiry, established Oct. 3, 1893, under act approved Mar. 3, 1893 (Stat. L. v. 
27, p. 743); afterwards Office of Public Road Inquiries. July 1, 1905, became Office of Public Roads. 
See, for information concerning office. Historical sketch of Department of Agriculture (A21.3:3i-2).] 



A22.1: 

(date) 

A22.2: 

Ag8 

B86 
C381 



C382 
C43 



Ed8 

Lll 

L561 
L562 

N21 

Sa4 

Sel 



Annual reports 

[1893-1909, in annual reports of Agriculture Department (Al.l:), and issued sepa- 
rately also.] 

General publications 

Agricultural colleges. [Letter regarding cooperation of Road Inquiry 
Office with agricultiu^l colleges and experiment stations in dis- 
seminating information upon best metnods of road-making; by 
Roy Stone.] Dec. 1, 1896. large 8° 

Buffalo, N. Y. [Letter of invitation inclosing call for an International 
Good Roads Congress, to be held at Buffalo, N. Y., Sept. 16-21, 
1901.] Aug. 5, 1901. 4° 

Charlottesville, Va. [Letter of invitation to attend Jefferson Memorial 
and Interstate Good Roads Convention to be held at Charlottes- 
ville, Va., Apr. 2-4, 1902.] Mar. 3, 1902. 4° 
Same, inclosure, official invitation. 12<* 

Chicago, 111. Letter of invitation to attend National Good Roads and 
Irrigation congresses, to be held at Chicago, 111., Nov. 19-24 
1900. Oct. 25, 1900. 4° 

Education. Correspondence with commissioner of education. June 2 
1896. f° 

Laboratory for physical and chemical examination of road materials 
[1900.] 4° 

Letter to accompany Circular 17. June 1, 1896. 4** 

Letter to accompany correspondence and documents. June 12, 1896 
40 

National Road Parliament. [Notice of meeting of National Road Parlia 

ment.] Sept. 15, 1898. 49 
Samples. Instructions for selecting and shipping samples [of road ma 

terials for testing]. [1907.] 4° 
Seattle, Wash. Exhibit of Office of Public Roads, Alaska- Yukon 

Pacific Exposition [Seattle, Wash.]. Sept. 10, 1909. 



fThis Checklist ends with the publications of the calendar year 1909. The Pub' 
lications Division has since begun a new series, necessitating an additional class 
the series title of which is as follows : 



A21.92: 
(date) 



[Farmers'] bulletins of interest to persons residing in cities and towns 



267 



(lassinrfttioa 

DO. 




A22. PUBLIC ROADS OFFICE— Continued 


A22.3: 


Bulletins 




(DOS.) 


1 


See, for continuation, A22.3:18. 


19 




2 




20 




3 




21 




4 




22 




5 




23 




6 




24 




7 




25 




8 




26 




9 




27 




10 




28 




11 




29 




12 




30 




13 




31 




14 




32 




15 




33 




16 


2 editions 


34 




17 




35 




18 


[Continuation of Bulletin 1.] 
Same, supplement 




A22.4: 


Circiaars 




(nos.) 


1 


* 


32 Same, reprint with correct 




2 


» 


number 




3 


« 


33 




4 


« 


34 




5 


* 


35 




6 


* 


36 2 editions 




7 


« 


37 




8 


* 


38 




9 


* 


39 




10 


* 


40 




11 


* 


41 




12 


« 


42 




13 


* 


43 




14 




44 




15 




45 




16 


See, for revision, A22.4:24. 


46 




17 




47 




18 


2 editions 


48 




19 




49 




20 


See, for revision, A22.4:24. 


50 




21 




51 




22 




52 




23 




53 




24 




54 






Same (revision of 16, 20, and 24) 


55 




25 




56 




26 




57 




27 




58 




28 




59 




29 




60 




30 




61 




31 


Must the farmer pay for good 


62 






roads? 


63 




[32] 


State aid to road building; in 


64 






Minnesota. [Erroneously 


65 






numbered 31.] 


66 



268 



Classlflcation 
no. 

A22.4: 

(nos.) 



A22.5: 

896 

897 

899 1 

8992 

900 

901 

9031 

9032 
904 



909 



4 editions See, for earlier and 
later lists, A22.5: 



A22. PUBLIC ROADS OFFICE— Continued 

Circulars— Continued 

67 80 

68 81 

69 82 

70 83 

71 84 

72 85 

73 86 

74 87 

75 88 
76 

77 89 

78 90 
79 

Publications of Office of Public Roads 

Publications of Office of Road Inquiry. [1896.] 4P 

Same. [1897.] * 

Same, and addenda. [1899.] 6 p. 

Same. [1899.] 7 p. 

Same; corrected to Apr. 2, 1900. [1900.] 

Same; corrected to Sept. 1901. [1901.] 
Publications. Available publications of Office of Public Road Inqui- 
ries; corrected to June 1, 1903. [1903.] 

Same; corrected to Aug. 1, 1903. [1903.] 

Same; corrected to Sept. 1, 1904. [1904.] 
Publications of Office of Public Roads. Sept. 30, 1907-July 2, 1909. 
See different editions of Circular 88 (A22.4:88i-^). 

Same; by Wm. W. Sniffin. [1909.] 



A23. SEED AND PLANT INTRODUCTION SECTION 

[Organized under appropriation act taking effect July 1, 1898 (Stat. L. v. 30, p. 337). At first it was a sec- 
tion of the Seed Division, though "the special agent in charge was responsible directly to the Secretary 
of Agriculture." Transferred to the Division of Botany by order dated Oct. 28, 1898; sceannual report 
of Agriculture Department. 1899, p. 54, 55 (Al. 1:899). Separated from Division of Botanyand made 
independent publishing office about Jan. 1, 1901. Merged into Plant Industry Bureau, July 1, 1901. 
See A19.] 



A23.1: 

(date) 

A23.2: 

(CT) 
A23.3: 

(nos.) 
A23.4: 

(nos.) 



Annual reports 

[A "Report of special agent in charge of seed and plant introduction," dated Sept. 
17, 1898, appears in annual report of Agriculture Department for 1898 (Al. 1:898), 
p. 3, 4. No other signed reports appear, the work for succeeding years being 
reported upon by other officials of the Department of Agriculture.] 

General publications 

[None issued.] 

BiQletins 

[None issued.] 

Circulars 

1 
2 

Inventories 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 



SeeK%.^\\. 
>SeeA6.6:2. 
>S'eeA6.6:3. 
See A6.6:4. 
See A6.6:5. 
5eeA6.6:6. 
See A6.6:7. 
SeeM.%\^. 
/SeeA19.3:5. 
See A19.3:66. 



11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 



See A19, 
See A19. 
See A19, 
See A19, 
See A19, 
See A19. 
See A19, 
See A19, 
See A19, 



3:97. 

3:106. 

3:132. 

137. 

142. 

148. 

153. 

162. 

168. 



269 



A24. SEED DIVISION 

(The act of Mar. 3, 1855, authorized the Patent Office to distribute seed. This became the duty of the 
ARriculture Department on Its establishment and was carried on by the Experimental Garden. In 
18(>S, the Seed Division was organized. Merged Into Plant Industry Bureau, July 1, 1901. See A19.] 

Classiflcatlon 
no. 



A24.1: 

(date) 

A24.2: 

(CT) 
A24.3: 

(nos.) 
A24.4: 

(nos.) 
A24.5: 

(date) 



Annual reports 

[1868-1900 (except 1869, 1876-78, 1880-84, 1897, none Issued), in annual reports of 
Agriculture Department (Al.l:), reports for 1898-1900 being Included In the 
report of the assistant Secretary; 1893 and 1896. Issued separately also; none 
issued 1901.] 

General publications 

[None issued.] 
Bulletins 
[None issued.] 
Circulars 

[None issued.] 

Reports of special agent for purchase and distri- 
bution of seeds 

[1894-97, in annual reports of Agriculture Department (Al.l:), and 1894, 1896, issued 

separately also. 
Title used in reports for 1894, 1895, is Special agent for purchase of seeds; 1896, Special 

agent on seed distribution; 1897, Special agent for purchase and distribution of 



A25. SILK SECTION 

[By order of Oct. 28, 1889, this section was severed from the Division of Entomolog 
connected since the beginning of the period of regular appropriations ma 
Discontinued June 30, 1891.1 



7, with which It had been 
le by Congress in 1884. 



A25.1: 

(date) 

A25.2: 

(CT) 

A25.3: 

(nos.) 

A25.4: 

(nos.) 



Annual reports 

[1889, 1890, in annual reports of Agriculture Department (Al.l:), and issued separ 
rately also.] 

General publications 

[None issued.] 
Bulletins 



Circulars 

[None issued.] 



A26. SOILS BUREAU 



[The Division of Agricultural Soils was established by order of Secretary of Agriculture Feb. 16, 1894, and a 
chief appointed Mar. 3, 1894. The expenses for the first year were paid from the appropriation for general 
expenses of the Weather Bureau under a clause providingfor "investigations of the relation of climate 



to organic life. 
Department. 

A26.1: 

(date) 

A26.2: 

As?! 
As? 2 
F451 

F452 
F453 
F45* 

F455 

F45« 
F45^ 



Recognized in appropriation act effective July 1, 1895, as an independent division of the 
Name became Division of Soils in 1897, and Bureau of Soils, July 1, 1901.] 

Annual reports 

[1894-1909, in annual reports of Agriculture Department (Al.l:), and 1896-1909, issued 
separately also.] 

General publications 

Assignment sheet. Soil survey assignment sheet. July 1, 1908. 

Same. Dec. 1, 1908. 
Field parties. Instructions to field parties and descriptions of Boil 
types, field season 1902. n. p. [1902]. 

Same, field season 1903. n. p. [1903]. 12« 

Same, field season 1904. n. p. [1904]. 12« 
Field parties. Assignment of field parties [in Bureau of Soils]. [Dec. 
15, 1905.] 

Same. [Jan. 13, 1906.] 

Same. [Feb. 13, 1906.] 

Same. [Mar. 15. 1906.] 



270 



Classlflcatlon 
no. 

A26.2: 

F45^ 

r45« 
F4510 

R29^ 



R292 
R293 



Su7i 
Su72 
Su73 
T551 



T55' 



T99 

A26.3: 

(no8.) 



A26.4: 

(nos.) 



A26.5: 

(date) 



A26. SOILS BUREAU— Continued 

General publications— Continued 

Field book. Soil survey field book, field season 1906. n. p. [1906]. 12® 

Field parties. Authorizations [assignments of field parties in Bureau of 
Soils]. [Sept. 18, 1906.] 
Same. [Mar. 12, 1907.] 

Reports. Applications for reports of Field operations [of Bureau of 
Soils, calendar years 1899-1901, to be filled by separate reprints 
therefrom, with list of reports and separates]. [1903.] 
Same [calendar years 1899-1902]. [1903.] 

Reports. Field operations of Bureau of Soils, [calendar year] 1904 [cir- 
cular relative to distribution, with list of separates]. [Mar. 15, 
1906.] small 4° 

Surveys. List of soil surveys. Dec. 1, 1907. 12° 
Same. Feb. 1, 1908. 12« 
Same. Oct. 1, 1908. 12« 

Tobacco. Catalogue of Connecticut shade-grown tobacco, Sumatra and 
Havana seed wrappers, grown during season of 1901, and packed 
in Sumatra and Cuban packages, to be sold at public auction 
May 1, 1902, at Hartford, Conn. 1902. 4" 

Tobacco. Catalogue of Texas, Alabama, South Carolina, and Ohio 
grown tobacco, Cuban seed and Zimmer Spanish fillers, grown 
during season of 1902, and packed in Cuban and domestic pack- 
ages. 1904. 

Types. List of soil types established by Division of Soils in 1899 and 
1900, with brief description. [Mar. 1, 1901.] 

Bulletins 



1 14 




27 


40 




53 


2 15 




28 


41 




54 


3 16 




29 


42 




55 


4 17 




30 


43 




56 


5 18 




31 


44 




57 


6 19 




32 


45 




58 1 


7 20 




33 


46 




59 


8 21 




34 


47 




60 


9 22 




35 


48 




61 1 


10 23 




36 


49 




62 


11 24 




37 


50 






12 25 




38 


51 






13 26 




39 


52 






Circulars 












1 


8 


2 editions 




15 




2 


9 






16 




3 • 


10 






17 




4 


11 






18 




5 


12 






19 




6 


13 


2 editions 








7 


14 











Field operations of Bureau of Soils 

1899 [calendar year, 1st] See A1.8:64. 

1900 [calendar year], 2d1 [4181-526] 
Same, maps / 

1901 [calendar year], 3d1 r4384_655] 
Same, maps / 

1902 [calendar year], 4th\ [4545,473] 



Same, maps 



; 



t Not printed up to Dec. 31, 1909. 



271 



Cluslfl cation 
nu. 

A26.5: 

(date) 



A26.5«: 

(CT) 

A26.6\- 

(date) 



A26.62: 

(date) 



A26. SOILS BUREAU— Continued 

Field operations of Bureau of Soils— Continued 

1903 [calendar year], 5th [4737-746] 
Same, maps [4738-746] 

1904 [calendar year], 6th [4887-458] 
Same, maps [4888-458] 

1905 [calendar year], 7th [5050-925] 
Same, maps [5051-925] 

1906 [calendar year], 8th [5178-352] 
Same, maps [5179-352] 

1907 [calendar year], 9th [5318-979] 
Same, maps [5319-979] 

1908 [calendar year], 10th [5488-1569] 
Same, maps [5489-1569] 

1909 [calendar year], 11th f [5779-142] 
Same, maps f [5780-142] 

Field operations of Bureau of Soils (separates) 

[Each of the papers contained in the report is issued separately,with maps belonging 
thereto.] 

List of publications 

[Issued at irregular intervals as required, approximately one a year.] 

1903, Jan. 

1904, Oct. 

1905, Mar. 

1906, Mar. 

1907, Apr. 
1908 
1909, 



[None issued.] 



i'eb. 

Classified list of publications narrow 16* 
1908, Jan. 

A27. STATISTICS BUREAU 



[Division of Statistics organized in 186.3; became Bureau of Statistics July 1,1903. See, for information 
concerning bureau, Historical sketch of Department of Agriculture (A21,3:3 i-^).] 



A27.1: 

(date) 

A27.2: 

C33 

C82 



C88» 

C882 
C883 

C88^ 
G76^ 

G762 



Annual reports 

[1863-1909, in annual reports of Agriculture Department(Al.l:), and for recent years 
issued separately also.] 

General publications 

Cereals. Production and distribution of cereals of U. S. ; by J. R. Dodge. 
1879. * 
[Extract from report of Joseph Nimmo, jr., chief of Bureau of Statistics, Treasury 
Dept., on Internal commerce of U. S., published Dec. 1, 1879.] 

Cotton. [Repoi't of Crop-Estimating Board relative to acreage planted 
in cotton in Southern States in 1905 as compared with that 
planted in 1904.] July 26, 1905. 
Crop correspondents. Manual of instructions to crop correspondents; 
by Henry A. Robinson. 1895. 
Same. New edition revised. 1896. 
Crop reports. Orders governing preparation of monthly crop reports. 
Revised Apr. 23, 1907. [1907.] 
Same. Revised Oct. 1, 1909. [1909.] 
Graphics. Album of agricultural graphics of United States; [by J. R. 
Dodge]. 1890. oblong f° 
Same; by J. R. Dodge. 1891. oblong f «> 



t Not yet issued (Oct. 1911). 



272 



Classification 
no. 

A27.2: 

In2 



P96 

St2i 

St2 2 
St23 

T55 

A27.3: 

(nos.) 



A27.4 : 

(nos.) 



A27. STATISTICS BUREAU— Continued 

General publications— Continued 

Industrial colleges, nature of education to be given in them, their sev- 
eral kinds of instruction considered, by Lewis Bollman; added, 
Communication of general plan of college building, with neces- 
sary aids to instruction in each department of education, by 
Richard Owen. [1864.] * 

Publications. [Letter relating to publications; by Henry A. Robinson.] 
July 15, 1895. 

Statistics. Album of agricultural statistics of United States; [by J. R. 
Dodge]. 1889. 4« 

Same; by J. R. Dodge. 1891. 4° 

Statistics. American centennial album of agricultural statistics, includ- 
ing maps, charts, diagrams, illustrations of industrial colleges, 
and specimens of breeds of farm animals; by J. R. Dodge. 1876, 
oblong large 8° * 

Tobacco. Final report on tobacco acreage and condition, by types, 
crop 1905. July 21, 1905. narrow l« 

Bulletins 



1 >S'eeA27.8:l. 27 

2 SeeA27.8:2. 28 

3 ^eeA27.8:3. 29 

4 SeeA27.S-A. 30 

5 SeeA27.S:b. 31 

6 SeeA27.S:6. 32 

7 SeeA27.^\7. 33 

8 ;SeeA27.8:8. 34 

9 /SeeA27.8:9. 35 

10 ;S'eeA27.8:10. 36 

11 5eeA27.8:ll. 37 

12 -See A27. 8:12. 38 

13 8eeA27.^'lZ. 39 

14 >SeeA27.8:14. 40 

15 ;S'eeA27.8:15. 41 

16 ;SeeA27.8:16. 42 

17 /See A27. 8:17. 43 

18 /See A27. 8:18. 44 

19 /See A27. 8:19. 45 

20 /See A27. 8:20. 46 

21 /See A27. 8:21. 47 

22 /See A27. 8:22. 48 

23 ;SeeA27.8:23. 49 

24 50 

25 51 

26 [Reads errone- 52 

ously:Miscella- 53 
neous series, 54 

bulletin.] 55 

Circulars 

1 7 

2 8 

3 9 

4 10 

5 -S'eeA27.9:35. 11 

6 .See A27. 9:35. 12 



56 

57 2 editions 

58 

59 

60 

61 

62 

63 

64 

65 

66 

67 

68 

69 

70 

71 

72 

73 

74 1 

75 1 

76 

77 



/See A27. 9:35. 
iS'eeA27.9:35. 



13 

14 
15 
16 
17 

18 



fNot printed up to Dec. 31, 1909. 



273 



ClaHslflcatlon 
no. 

A27.5: 

(date) 



A27.6: 

(v. nos.) 



no*.'. . 



AST. STATISTICS BUREAU— Continued 
Crop circulars 

[The first Is i lop circular, May, 18'.)S, states that "Crop circulars will here- 

after ta (if tlu» crop reports, lU'w series, lssue<l inonllily (except Jan- 

uary), n:i , ' i>t of the information contained in the telegraphic reports of 

tho"lOtli of each month, with such additions as will euliance its value to the 
, , farmers and as the circular form will permit. Special crop reports will not be 
' ' ' abandoned, but their issue will depend upon the seasonableness and importance 
of the subject and not upon a fixed date.''] 

See, for earlier crop statistics, A27.9: 
1898, May 1898, Oct. 

June Nov. 

July 1899, May 

Aug. June 

Sept, July 

[ Discontltiued . Merged into Crop reporter ( A27. 6 : ) with May , 1900 . ] 
Crop reporter 4» [Monthly.] 



1899, 



1900. 



Aug. 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Nov. 

Apr. 



[Announcement (v. 2, no. 1, May, 1900): "The Crop reporter, although issued origi- 
nally as a convenient medium of communication between the Division of Statis- 
tics and its crop reporters, has necessarily contained considerable matter of 
interest to the general public. The result has been to bring many requests for 



reqi 
copies of the Reporter from persons other than crop correspondents. Hitherto 
■■•e t . ..^ .. . , . ^ ^ 

qii 
conclusion to so modify the confidential character of the Crop reporter as to make 



conn . . . . 

it nas not been possible to comply with these requests, but 
creasing frequency of requests for copies * * * he 



las resulted 



the in- 
in the 



it available for general distribution, and hereafter it will be mailed regularly on 
request, as far as the resources for printing and mailing permit."] 

See, for earlier crop statistics, A27.9: and A27.5: 





V. 1, no. 1 




V. 4, no. 1 








no. 2 




no. 2 








no. 3 




no. 3 








no. 4 




no. 4 








no. 5 




no. 5 








■ ' no. 6 . 
no. 7 




no. 6 
no. 7 








no. 8 




no. 8 




'>0 i-m: , 


1^;';. no. 10 

•^ no. 11 

no. 12 

V. 2, no. 1 

no. 2 

no. 3 

,.{, no. 4 




no. 9 
no. 10 
no. 11 
no. 12 
V. 5, no. 1 
no. 2 
no. 3 
no. 4 








Same, 


supplement 


no. 5 








no. 5 




no. 6 








no. 6 
no. 7 




no. 7 
no. 8 








,; ho. 8 




Same, 


supplem 


ent 




.-., no. 9 




no. 9 








•j. no. 10 




no. 10 








yj-li no. 11 




no. 11 








f>n; I. no. 12 




no. 12 








Vi.3, no. 1 




V. 6, no. 1 








.{.f no. 2 




no. 2 








iTi , no. 3 




no. 3 








J.ono. 4 




no. 4 








. v.)/^ no. 5 




no. 5 








,,«] no. 6 




no. 6 






;I 


.; !M'i. D0'.-:7 




no. 7 








T,.}/ no. 8 




no. 8 








■ ■ ' no. 9 




Same, 


supplem 


ent 




' no. 10 




no. 9 








no. 11 




no. 10 








no. 12 




no. 11 








Same, 


supplement 


no. 12 




82452° 


11 18 











274 



Classification 
no. 

A27.6: 

(v.nos.) 



A27. STATISTICS BUREAU 
Crop reporter— Continued 



A27.7: 

(date) 



7. no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 



V. 10, 



V. 



Same, supplement 
no. 9 
no. 10 
11 
12 
1 
2 
3 
4 
5 



no. 
no. 

8, no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 

9, no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 



V. 11, 



7 
8 
Same, supplement 
] 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 



lEAU— ( 


Continued 


no. 10 




no. 11 




no. 12 




Same, 


supplement 


no. 1 




no. 2 




no. 3 




no. 4 




no. 5 




no. 6 




no. 7 




no. 8 




no. 9 




no. 10 




no. 11 




no. 12 




Same, 


supplement 


no. 1 




no. 2 




no. 3 




no. 4 




no. 5 




no. 6 




no. 7 




no. 8 




no. 9 




no. 10 




no. 11 




no. 12 




Same, 


supplement 



Monthly crop synopsis 

[Synox)sis of the monthly statistical reports (A27.9:) issued as a four-i)age leaflet, soon 
after the 10th of each month from Mar. 1890, to May, 189G, inclusive, and bearing 
a number identical with that of the report which it summarizes. 

There are none of these synopses in the Public Documents Library.] 



1890, Mar. 
Apr. 
May- 
June 
July 
Aug. 
Sept. 
Oct. 
Nov. 
Dec. 

1891, Jan. and Feb. 
Mar. 

Apr. 

May 

June 

July 

Aug. , 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Nov. 

Dec. 

1892, Jan. and Feb. 
Mar. 

Apr. 
[Discontinued.] 



1892, May 
June 
July 
Aug. 
Sept. 
Oct. 
Nov. 
Dec. 

1893, Jan. 
Feb. 
Mar. 
Apr. 
May 
June 
July 
Aug. 
Sept. 
Oct. 
Nov. 
Dec. 

1894, Jan. and Feb. 
Mar. 

Apr. 
May 



1894, June 
July 
Aug. 
Sept. 
Oct. 
Nov. 
Dec.f 

1895, Jan. 
Feb. 
Mar. 
Apr. 
May 
June 
July 
Aug. 
Sept. 
Oct. 
Nov. 
Dec. 

1896, Jan. and Feb. 
Mar. 

Apr. 
May 



t None Issued. 



275 



CUs8lflc»tlon 
no. 

A27.8: 

(nos.) 



A27. STATISTICS BUREAU-Continued 



A27.8«: 

(OT) 

A27.9: 

(v. nos.) 



Miscellaneous series, bulletin 



[No. 1 appeared as New series miscellaneous, report 
report; nos. ^23 as Mlscellaneoua series, bulletin.] 

See, for 2d edition, A11.5:l. 13 



nos. 2-8 as Miscellaneous Beries, 



14 
15 
16 
17 

18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 



2 editions 



See, for later numbers, A27.3: 
Miscellaneous series, bulletin (separates) 

Statistical reports 

[Contain reports on condition of crops, and special subjects of Interest to farmers. 
Issued as "Monthly" or "Bi-monthly report" of Department from May, 1863, to 
Dec. 1876, when the series was discontinued and the fesue of the statistical matter 
was transferred to the series of "Special reports" (A1.6:) and there appeared 
under various numbers, not always consecutive, from Jan. 1877, to Sept. 1883. 
Another change was made in Oct. 1883, when "New series, report 1," appeared 
containing the crop statistics. This last series was continued, consecutively 
V numbered, up to 155, Dec. 1897. No. 156 was Issued Apr. 20, 1899. From May, 

1898, to Apr. 1900, the statistics were issued in a " Crop circular " ( A27.5:). Begin- 
ning with May, 1900, they were merged into the "Crop reporter" (A27.6:). A 
"Synoptical index" of this series was issued by the Department in 1897 (A21.3:2). 
but as it did not give a table of the various reports of the statistician, indexed 
under the comprehensive title "Reports of the statistician," it can not be defi- 
nitely determined whether the present collation includes all or more than the 
Index. All reports of the statistician relative to crops and farm animals have, 
however, been included. The volume numbers are assigned to the yearly groups 
of reports to facilitate listing and reference.] 



[V. 1] 



[V. 2] 



[v. 3] 



[no. 1] Monthly report on condition of crops, May and June, 1863. 

[no. 2] Same, July, 1863. 

[no. 3] Same, Aug. 1863. 

[no. 4] Same, Sept. 1863. 

[no. 5] Same, Oct. 1863. 

[no. 6] Same, Nov. 1863. 

Same, Dec. 1863. [None issued.] 

[no. 1] Bi-monthly report of Agricultural Department, Jan. and 

Feb. 1864. 
[no. 2] Same, Mar. and Apr. 1864. 
[no. 3] Same, Apr. and May, 1864. 
[no. 4] Same, June and July, 1864. 

Same, Aug. 1864. [None issued.] 
[no. 5] Same, Sept. and Oct. 1864. 
[no. 6] Same, Nov. and Dec. 1864. 

[no. 1] Monthly report of Agricultural Department, Jan. 1865. 

[no. 2] Same, Feb. 1865. 

[no. 3] Same, Mar. 1865. 

[no. 4] Same, Apr.-May, 1865. 

[no. 5] Same, June-July, 1865. 

[no. 6] Same, Aug. 1865. 

[no. 7] Same, Sept. 1865. 



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no. 

A27.9: 

(v. no8.) 



[V 



A27. STATISTICS BUREAU— Continued 

Statistical reports— Continued 

[V. 3] 

[no. 8] Same, Oct. 1865. 
[no. 9] Same, Nov. 1865. 
[no. 10] Same, Dec. 1865. 

[v. 4] Monthly report of Department of Agricultiu-e for year 1866. 

[v. 5] Monthly reports of Department of Agriculture for year 1867. 

[v. 6] Monthly reports of Department of Agriculture for year 1868. 

[v. 7] Monthly reports of Department of Agriculture for year 1869. 

[v. 8] Monthly reports of Department of Agriculture for year 1870. 

[v. 9] Monthly reports of Department of Agriculture for year 1871. 

[v. 10] Monthly reports of Department of Agriculture for year 1872. 

[v. 11] Monthly reports of Department of Agriculture for year 1873. 

[v. 12] Monthly reports of Department of Agriculture for year 1874. 

[v. 13] Monthly reports of Department of Agriculture for year 1875. 

[v. 14] Monthly reports of Department of Agriculture for year 1876. 

[v. 15-21] (note) 

[Numbers in that part of the Statistical series designated as "Special reports" which 
are missing here will be found in the series of Special reports imder the Secre- 
tary's Office ( A1.6:). All of the Special reports which are properly in the Statis- 
tical series are, however, found here, those ia A1.6: being special reports on 
miscellaneous subjects.] 

[v. 15] 1877 

Special report 2 
[v. 16] 1878 

Special report 5 

Special report 6 

Special report 7 

Special report 8 

Special report 9 
[v. 17] 1879 

Special report 10 

Special report 13 

Special report 14 

Special report 15 

Special report 16 

Special report 17 

Special report 19 

Special report 20 
[v. 18] 1880 

Special report 21 

Special report 23 

Special report 24 

Special report 25 

Special report 27 

Special report 29 

Special report 30 
[v. 19] 1881 

Special report 32 

Special report 37 

Special report 38 

Special report 39 
[v. 20] 1882 

Special report 41 

Special report 42 

Special report 43 

Special report 44 

Special report 45 

Special report 46 

Special report 49 

Special report 51 

Special report 52 

Special report 53 



21] 1883 

Special report 56 
Special report 57 
Special report 58 
Special report 59 
Special report 60 
Special report 61 
Special report 64 
Special report 65 

[v. 22] 1883-84 

New series, report 1 
New series, report 2 
New series, report 3 
New series, report 4 
New series, report 5 
New series, report 6 
New series, report 7 
New series, report 8 
New series, report 9 
New series, report 10 
New series, report 11 
New series, report 12 
New series, report 13 
New series, report 14 

[v. 23] 1885 

New series, report 15 
New series, report 16 
New series, report 17 
New series, report 18 
New series, report 19 
New series, report 20 
New series, report 21 
New series, report 22 
New series, report 23 
New series, report 24 
New series, report 25 

[v. 24] 1886 

New series, report 26 
New series, report 27 
New series, report 28 
New series, report 29 



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A27. STATISTICS BUREAU r.ntinnod 



A27.9: Statistical reports— Continued 



(v. no8.) 



[v. 24] 1886 

New series 
New series, 
New series 
New series 
New series 
New series 
New series 

[v. 25] 1887 

New series 
New series 
New series 
New series 
New series 
New series 
New series. 
New series 
New series 
New series 
New series 

[v. 26] 1888 

New series 
New series 
New series 
New series 
New series 
New series 
New series. 
New series 
New series 
New series 
New series 

[v. 27] 1889 

New series 
New series 
New series 
New series 
New series 
New series 
New series 
New series 
New series 
New series 
New series, 

[v. 28] 1890 

New series 
New series 
New series 
New series. 
New series 
New series 
New series 
New series 
New series 
New series 
New series 

[v. 29] 1891 

New series 
New series 
New series 
New series 
New series 
New series 
New series 



report 30 
report 31 
report 32 
report 33 
report 34 
report 35 
report 36 

report 37 
report 38 
report 39 
report 40 
report 41 
report 42 
report 43 
report 44 
report 45 
report 46 
report 47 

report 48 
report 49 
report 50 
report 51 
report 52 
report 53 
report 54 
report 55 
report 56 
report 57 
report 58 

report 59 
report 60 
report 61 
report 62 
report 63 
report 64 
report 65 
report 66 
report 67 
report 68 
report 69 

report 70 
report 71 
report 72 
report 73 
report 74 
report 75 
report 76 
report 77 
report 78 
report 79 
report 80 

report 81 
report 82 
report 83 
report 84 
report 85 
report 86 
report 87 



[V 



[V. 



[V. 



[V. 



[V. 



[V. 



29] 1891 

New series, report 88 
New series, re])ort 89 
New series, report 90 
New series, report 91 

30] 1892 

New series, report 92 
New series, report 93 
New series, report 94 
New series, report 95 
New series, report 96 
New series, report 97 
Special report, July, 1892 
New series, report 98 
New series, report 98a] 
[New series, report 98b] 
"New series, report 98c] 
New series, report 99 
[New series, report 99a] 
New series, report 100 

5 New series, report 100a] 
1893 
New series, report 101 
[New series, report 101a] 
New series, report 102 
[New series, report 102a] 
New series, report 103 
New series, report 104 
New series, report 105 
New series, report 106 
New series, report 107 
New series, report 108 
New series, report 109 
New series, report 110 
New series, report 111 

32] 1894 

New series, report 112 
New series, report 113 
New series, report 114 
New series, report 115 
New series, report 116 
New series, report 117 
New series, report 118 
New series, report 119 
New series, report 120 
New series, report 121 
New series, report 122 

33] 1895 

New series, report 123 
New series, report 124 
New series, report 125 
New series, report 126 
New series, report 127 
New series, report 128 
New series, report 129 
New series, report 130 
New series, report 131 
New series, report 132 
New series, report 133 

34] 1896 

New series, report 134 
New series, report 135 
New series, report 135[a] 
New series, report 136 



278 



Classification 
no. 



A27. STATISTICS BUREAU— Continued 



A27.9: Statistical reports— Continued 



(v. nos.) 



A27.90: 

(CT) 



[v. 34] 1896 [v. 35] 1897 

New series, report 137 New series, report 149 

New series, report 138 New series, report 150 

New series, report 139 New series, report 151 

New series, report 140 New series, report 152 

New series, report 141 New series, report 153 

New series, report 142 New series, report 154 

New series, report 143 New series, report 155 

New series, report 144 Circular 5 

[v. 35] 1897 Circular 6 

New series, report 145 Circular 7 

New series, report 146 Circular 8 

New series, report 147 [v. 36] 1899 

New series, report 148 New series, report 156 

[Discontinued. The publication of statistics was continued from May, 1898, in the 
series of Crop circulars ( A27.5:), which was merged into the Crop reporter (A27.6:) 
with May, 1900.] 



Statistical reports (separates) 



A28. VEGETABLE 



PHYSIOLOGY 
DIVISION 



AND PATHOLOGY 



[In 1886 a Mycological Section was formed in the Division of Botany. This was called the Section of 
Vegetable Pathology from 1887 until 1890, when it became an independent division under act of July 14, 
1890 (Stat. L. V. 26, p. 283). Mar. 2, 1895, the name changed to Division of Vegetable Physiology and 
Pathology. This was merged into the Bureau of Plant Industry, July 1,1901; seeA19. -See, for informa- 
tion concerning division, Historical sketch of Department of Agriculture ( A21.3:3i-3).] 



A28.1: 

(date) 

A28.2: 

(CT) 

A28.3: 

(nos.) 



A28.4: 

(nos.) 



Annual reports 

[1886-1901, in annual reports of Agriculture Department (Al.l:), and issued separately 
also.] 



General publications 




[None issued.] 




Bulletins 




1 


16 


2 


17 


3 


18 


4 


19 


5 2 editions 


20 


6 


21 


7 


22 


8 2 editions 


23 


9 


24 


10 


25 


11 


26 


12 


27 


13 


28 


14 


29 


15 





[4000-694] 



Circulars 

[1] Treatment of downy grape mildew and black-rot [of grape]. 

1886.] * 
[2] [Grapevine mildew and black-rot.] May 11, 1886. * 

3 11 

4 12 

5 13 

6 14 

7 15 

8 16 * 

9 17 
10 18 



[May, 



279 



ClMsIfloatlon 
nu. 



A28. VEGETABLE PHYSIOLOGY AND PATHOL 

OGY DIVISION— Continued 



A28.5: Journal of mycology 



(v. no8.) 



A28.5a : 

(CT) 



[Devoted especially to study of fungi In their relation to plant diseases. 

V. 1-4, 1885-S9, were edited byW. A. Kellerinan, J. H. Ellis, and IJ. M, Everhartand 

fubllshwl monthly ut Manhattan, Kans. v. 5-7, 1889-94, were published by the 
)epar1riiont of AKrioiilture, Division of Vegetable Pathology, and l)eing theonJj 



volunios of the set published by the rnitetf States (Joverninent are the onlv oiiei 

" - . , a* 

. . .. were edited by W. A. Kellerrnan an 

lished at Columbus, Ohio, v, 8 anil v. 9 being quarterly, v. 10 contaiiu 



listed in this ChuckJist. 
1902 (V. 8, no. 1). v 



None published Ix'tween Aug. 1894 ( v. 7, no. 4) ana Msy, 
8-14, 1902-08^ were edited by W. A. Kellerrnan and pJ»- 



1908. Succeeded by Mycologla, which : 



to V. 1-10. Last Issue was for Apr. 
is not a Government publication.] 

Quarterly bulletin 

V. 5, no. 1 

no. 2 

no. 3 

[no. 4] 
Periodical bulletin 
V. 6, no. 1 

no. 2 

no. 3 

no. 4 
V. 7, no. 1 

no. 2 

no. 3 

no. 4 

Journal of mycology (separates) 

[A few of the more important papers contained in the volumes were issued separately^ 

A29. WEATHER BUREAU 



(The work of the Weather Bureau had its beginning in the collection of meteorological data under the 
Smithsonian Institution and several Departments of the Government in the first half of the 19th century. 
From 1870, the work was conducted bv the Signal Office, War Dept. (W42.), until bv act approved 
Oct. 1, 1890 (Stat. L. V. 26. p. 65;}), the Weather Bureau as such was otTiciallyrecognizedand transferred 
to th6 Department of Agriculture, the transfer taking place July 1, 1891. 

See, for earlier publications, W42. 

See, for information concerning bureau, Historical sketch of Department of Agriculture (A21.3:3i-s),3 

A29.I: Annual reports 4'' with few exceptions 

(date) [From 1891 to 1895, the administrative reports and the scientific reports appeared 

^ separately, the former in S" being reprints of the reports as found in annual reports 

of Agriculture Department (Al.l:), and the latter in 4o being a continuation of 
the series of meteorological data collected by Signal Office, War Dept. (W42.). 
From 1890 to 1909, the Report of chief of Weather Bureau is a 4o volume consisting of 
an administrative report for the fiscal year (since 1897 called pt. 1 of the volnmeX 
and meteorological tal)les for the preceding calendar year, etc. (also numbered as 
parts). The 4° administrative reports are not issued separately, with the excep- 
tion of 1896 ( A29. Ia2:89t»). They uilTer in some respects from the 8° prints as fomM 
in annual reports of Agriculture Department. The S^* prints are issued separately 
each year and are clas.sed under A29.1ai: From 1901 to 1908, the administrative 
reports as found in aimual reports of Agriculture Department have been reprinted 
also u. the armual summary of the Monthly weather review (A29.6:).J 

1891 Special report of chief to Secretary of Agriculture, [July l-Oct. 1) 
1891 8« 

1891 Report of chief for 1891 [administrative report, July-Dec] 8* 
See, for meteorological tables, calendar year 1891, A29.1 :892*. 

1892 Report of chief for 1892 [administrative report, calendar year] ^ 

1892 Report of chief, 1891-92 [meteorological tables, calendar years 1891 
and 1892] 4" [3126-107] 

1893 Report of chief for 1893 [administrative report, calendar year] ST 

1893 Report of chief, 1893 [meteorological tables, calendar year] 4* 
[3259-200] 

1894 Report of chief, 1894 [meteorological tables, calendar year] 4" 
[3339-88] [Administrative report for fiscal year ending June 301, 
1894, appeared only in annual reportof AgriVulture Department 
S€e A 1.1:894.] 



280 



Classtflcation 
no. 

A29.1: 

(date) 



A29.1«^: 

(date) 



A29.1«2: 

Cdate) 

A29.2: 

All 

Ar4 

At6^ 
At62 



A29. WEATHER BUREAU— Continued 
Annual reports — Continued 

1895 Report of chief for 1895 [administrative report, fiscal year] 8" 
See, for meteorological tables, calendar year 1895, A29. 1:896. 

1896 Report of chief, 1895-96 [administrative report for fiscal year 1896, 

with meteorological tables for calendar year 1895] 4*^ [3453-428] 

1897 Report of chief, 1896-97 [administrative report for fiscal year 1897, 

with meteorological tables for calendar year 1896, etc.] 4" 
[3670-166] 

1898 Report of chief, 1897-98 [administrative report for fiscal year 1898, 

with meteorological tables for calendar year 1897, etc.] 4<* 
[3820-270] 

1899 Report of chief, 1898-99, v. 1 [administrative report for fiscal year 

1899, with meteorological tables for calendar year 1898] 4° 
[3998-660, pt. 1] 

Same, v. 2 [Report on international cloud observations. May 1, 1896- 
July'l, 1897; by Frank H. Bigelow] 4« [3999-660, pt. 2] 

1900 Report of chief, 1899-1900 [administrative report for fiscal year 

1900, with meteorological tables for calendar year 1899] 4" 
[4177-517] 

1901 Report of chief, 1900-01, v. 1 [administrative report for fiscal year 

1901, with meteorological tables for calendar year 1900, etc.] 
4« [4319-19, pt. 1] 

Same, v. 2 [Report on barometry of United States, Canada, and West 
Indies; by Frank H. Bigelow] 4« [4320-19, pt. 2] 

1902 Report of chief, 1901-02 [administrative report for fiscal year 1902, 

with meteorological tables for calendar year 1901] 4° [4485-19] 

1903 Report of chief, 1902-03 [administrative report for fiscal year 1903, 

with meteorological tables for calendar year 1902] 4"^ [4728-721] 

1904 Report of chief, 1903-04 [administrative report for fiscal year 1904, 

with meteorological tables for calendar year 1903] 4° [4868-406] 

1905 Report of chief, 1904-05 [administrative report for fiscal year 1905, 

with meteorological tables for calendar year 1904] 4° [5044-879] 

1906 Report of chief, 1905-06 [administrative report for fiscal year 1906, 

with meteorological tables for calendar year 1905] 4^ [5209-814] 

1907 Report of chief, 1906-07 [administrative report for fiscal year 1907, 

with meteorological tables for calendar year 1906] 4" [5320-983] 

1908 Report of chief, 1907-08 [administrative report for fiscal year 1908, 

with meteorological tables for calendar year 1907] 4" [5490-1570] 

1909 Report of chief, 1908-09 [administrative report for fiscal year 1909, 

with meteorological tables for calendar year 1908] 4*' [5781-120] 

Annual reports (separates; administrative reports of chief, from 
annual reports of Agriculture Department, Al.l:) 8° 

[The administrative reports from 1891 to 1895 are classed under A29.1: Beginning 
with 1896, an administrative report appears also in the full report (A29.1:), and 
from that date these separately issued administrative reports are classed here 
under A29.1ai:] 

Annual reports (separates; "parts," etc., from annual reports of 
Weather Bureau, A29.1:) 4« 
[When double dates appear in title, use as book number the latest date. J 

General publications 

Alaska. Climate of Alaska; by Willis L. Moore. 1897. 4° * 

Arid regions. Some climatic features of arid regions, communicated to 
National Irrigation Congress at its 5th annual session, Phoenix, 
Ariz., Dec. 15-17, 1896; by Willis L. Moore. 1896. 

Atmospheric circulation in tropical cyclones, as shown by movements of 
clouds; by H. B. Boyer. [1896.] * 

Atmospheric survey. United States daily atmospheric survey; by Wil- 
lis L. Moore. 1897. 



281 



ClMsIflcatlon 
no. 

A29.2: 

B73 
C38 
C49 

C61' 
C61* 
C621 

C622 

C623 
C62* 
C62« 
C62« 
093 

C99 

D14 
D51 



F76^ 
F762 

F92 

r94 

G79» 

G792 
G79' 
079* 
G79« 

G79« 

G797 

G79» 



A29. WEATHER BUREAU-Continued 

General publications— Continued 

Brazos River flood bulletin [map]. July 15, 1899. f " 

Charts showing daily river stages in feet. 1892. 19 X 24 in. * 

Cipher code of wind signal orders, amending instructions to special 
displaymen. Nov. 1892. * 

Climate and health, monthly periodical [circular announcing discon- 
tinuance of publication]. June 22, 1896. 4° [See, for series Cli- 
mate and health, A29.8:J 

Climatic charts of United States. 1900. large 4*^ [Each chart was origi- 
nally issued separately.] 
Same [1871-1903], 1904. large 4" [Dates on cover, 1870-1901, 
incorrect.] 

Climatology. Manual for observers in climatology and evaporation; by 
Frank Hagar Bigelow. 1909. 4« 

Clouds. Classification of clouds. Aug. 1905. 21.8X20.2 in. [Origi- 
nally published Apr. 1897, as Hydrographic Office chart 1600 
(N6. 18:1600), and also in book form as Hydrographic Office pub- 
lication 112 (N6.8:112). Chart republished at Weather Biu-eau, 
Aug. 1905.] 

Cloud forms. Description of cloud forms. [1st edition.] [1896.] 
25.5 X 17 in. 
Same. 2d edition. [1897.] 
Same. 3d edition. [1897.] 
Same. 4th edition. [1898.] 
Same. 5th edition. [1907.] 24 X 17 in. 

Current chart of Great Lakes, 1892, probable currents of Great Lakes 
[deduced from bottle paper observations]. 1893. 24 X 34 in. * 

Cyclones. Development and movement of cyclones, as shown in morn- 
ing and evening weather maps, Apr. 2-6, 1892; by C. F. Marvin. 
1893. large 8° 

Dakotas. Certain climatic features of the 2 Dakotas; by John P. Fin- 
ley. 1893. 4° [2893-157] 

Dew-point. Tables for obtaining temperature of dew-point, relative 
humidity, etc. Washington, Weather Bureau, 1897. [Reprint 
of tables in Instructions for voluntary observers, issued in 1892 
(A29.12:V88i), superseded by edition of 1897 (A29.12:V88-), 
which does not contain the tables. See, for earlier edition, 
W42.2:D51.] 

Forecaster and newspaper; by Harvey Maitland Watts. 1901. 

Forecasts. [Letters warning against long-range weather forecasts as in- 
accurate and likely to be injurious; by Willis L. Moore.] [1904.] 

Frost. Injury from frost and methods of protection; by W. H. Ham- 
mon. 1896. [See, for revised edition, A29.3:23.J 

Fruits. Protection of fruits, vegetables, and other food products from 
injury by heat or cold during transportation; [by Mark W. Har- 
rington]. [Aug. 22, 1894.] 

Great Lakes. Circular of information relating to display of wind signals 
on Great Lakes. 1895. 
Same. 1896. 

Great Lakes. Wreck chart of Great Lakes, 1886-91. [1893.] oblong f° 
Same, 1888-93. [1894.] oblong fo 

Great Lakes. Wrecks which occurred on Great Lakes Dec. 17, 1885- 
Nov. 15, 1893. 1894. 

Great Lakes. Wrecks and casualties on Great Lakes during 1895, 1896, 
and 1897; by Norman B. Conger. 1898. 

Great Lakes, Wreck and casualty chart of Great Lakes. 1894. ob- 
long f° 

Great Lakes. Section map of Great Lakes. [1892.] 19 X 24 in. * 



282 



Classiflcatlon 
no. 

A29.2: 

G91 

H94 

In8 

L14 

L621 

L622 
L623 

M321 

M322 
M56 

N27 
N81 
Pll 

P19 

P21 

P91^ 

P912 

P913 

P91* 

P95 

P96 

RI31 

RI32 

R52> 



A29. WEATHER BUREAU— Continued 

General publications — Continued 

Grouping of property [issued to Weather Bureau stations], Mar, 1, 1905. 
1905. 

Hurricanes. Special report on hurricane of Aug. 13-16, 1901, on Louisi- 
ana and Mississippi coasts; [by Isaac M. Cline]. [1901.] 

[International symbols recommended for use by Meteorological Con- 
gress, Munich, 1892; by Mark W. Harrington.] Jan. 1, 1894. 

Lake levels. Variations in lake levels and atmospheric precipitation; 
by Alfred J. Henry. 1899. 

Lightning. Circular of information, protection from lightning; by 
Alexander McAdie. [1st edition.] 1894. 
Same. 2d edition. 1894. 
Same. 3d edition. 1894. 
See, for 4th edition, A29.3.15. 

Map. Explanation of weather map. [1905.] 4 p. 1 il. [Printed for 
distribution at Lewis and CUark Centennial Exposition, Portland, 
Oreg., 1905.] 
Same; [by Willis L. Moore]. [1905.] 3 p. 24° [Printed for distri- 
bution at Lewis and Clark Centennial Exposition, Portland, 
Oreg., 1905.] 

Meteorology. Brief list of meteorological text-books and reference 
books, selection of works suitable for general, scientific, and uni- 
versity libraries in United States; by C. Fitzhugh Talman. 
Washington, Weather Bureau, 1909. [See, for more extensive 
information, W42.2:M562-6.] 

Nebraska. Departures from normal temperature and rainfall, with crop 
yields in Nebraska; by H. H. C. Dunwoody. 1896. 4° 

North Pacific Coast. Explanation of north Pacific Coast weather map; 
by Willis L. Moore. 16« * 

Pacific slope. Weather forecasting and weather types on north Pacific 
slope; by B. S. Pague and S. M. Blandford. Portland, Oreg., 
1897. 

Pan-American Exposition. Weather map, Pan-American Exposition 
[Buffalo, N. Y., blank form]. [1901.] oblong f» [Distributed 
in special color-printed envelope.] 

Paris, France. Responses to programme of questions proposed for dis- 
cussion at International Meteorological Conference, to be held 
in Paris, Sept. 1896. 1896. 

Precipitation. Details of precipitation, rain and melted snow, at sta- 
tions in Nebraska and South Dakota. Mar. 6, 1894. * [3171- 
113] 

Precipitation. Tables of daily precipitation at special river and rain- 
fall stations of Weather Bureau, for 1893-95. 1900. 

Precipitation. Table showing depth of precipitation corresponding to 
given weights. [1892.] 12« * 

Precipitation. Normal annual precipitation in United States, 1870- 
1901. Scale 600 m. =3.1 in. n. d. 10.2 X 15.8 in. 

Psychrometric tables for obtaining vapor pressure, relative humidity, 
and temperature of dew-point; by C. F. Marvin. 1900. 

Publications of Weather Bureau available for distribution. May 10, 
1907. 

Rainfall chart. Lines of equal time of water travel at Cairo, 111. 
[1892.] 22X28 in. * 

Rainfall laws, deduced from twenty years' observations; by Gustavus 
Hinrichs. Weather Bureau, 1893. * 

River and flood service. Chart of river and flood service. [July, 1897 .] 
36.8 X 44.3 in., in 4 sheets. 



283 



Classification 

no. 

A29.2: 

R522 

Sa2 

Si2' 

Si23 
Su7' 

Su7 2 

Su73 

Tll» 
Til 2 

T23 
T241 

T242 

T24 3 

T34 
T421 

T422 
W37^ 

W372 
W373 
W37* 
W37* 
W37« 

W37' 
W378 



W37» 



W3710 
W52 



A29. WEATHER BUREAU— Continued 

General publications— Continued 

River and flood service charts, showing area covered by water of Mis- 
sissippi River in Apr. 1897. 1897. * 

St. Marys Falls Canal. Relation of ceitain atmospheric changes to 
changes in water level in St. Maryi Falls ('anal . 1894 . 4° * 

Signal Service, Statement of expenditures of Signal Service and 
Weather Bureau. 1893. * 
Same. 1895. 4° * 

Sunshine. Table of monthly amounts of possible sunshine for hours 
ending shortly after sunrise and sunset. 1894. * 

Sunshine table 1. Local time of sunrise and sunset for north latitudes, 
from 25° to 49°. * 

Sunshine. Normal sunshine [of United States], percentage, annual, 
compiled from observations at Weather Bureau stations, 1871- 
1908. Scale 200 m.=l in. [1909.] 10.3 X 15.8 in. 

Tables for dividing by 672, 720, 744, 56, 60, 62. Records Division, 
Weather Bureau, 1893. * 

Tables for dividing by 12, 24, 28, 29, 31, 56, 58, 60, 62, 672, 696, 720, 
744, and 8760, and percentage tables for divisors 8.0 to 16.5. 
1903. 

Telegraph. [Wireless] telegraphic code for meteorolc^ical observers at 
sea. 1905. 4° 

Temperature. Normal temperature of air at surface of the earth com- 
piled from observations at regular Weather Bureau and selected 
cooperative stations [of United States], 1871-1908. Scale 200 
m.=lin. [1909.] 10.2 X 15.8 in. 

Temperature. Lowest temperatures ever observed at regular Weather 
Bureau and selected cooperative stations [of United States]. 
Scale 200 m.=l in. [1909.] 10.3 X 15.8 in. 

Temperature. Highest temperatures ever observed at regular Weather 
Bureau and selected cooperative stations [of United States]. 
Scale 200 m.=l in. [1909.] 10.3 X 15.8 in. 

Thermometer scales. Comparison of thermometer scales, [1892.] * 

Thunderstorm observations. [Circular of instructions on thunderstorm 
observations,] [1892,] 2 p, * 
Same, [1893.] 2 p, * 

Weather Bureau [history and work], 1901, 24° [Printed for distri- 
bution at Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, N. Y., 1901. See 
also A29.2:\\'67\] 

Weather charts. Explanation of weather charts. [1892.] f * 
Weather code, Dec. 1, 1892, 1892. 4° * 
Same, Dec. 1, 1896. 4° 
Same, Mar. 1, 1902. 1902. 4° 

Same [Jan. 1, 1907]. 1907. 4" [Pages 24-30 are left blank for 
additions.] 
Weather map, Dec. 13-16, 1893. 1894, 52 X 56 in, * 
Weather Bureau officials. Proceedings of 3d convention of Weather 
Bureau officials, Peoria, 111., Sept. 20-22, 1904. 1904. 
See, for 1st convention, A29.3:24. 
See, for 2d convention, A29,3:31. 
Weather Bureau [history and work], 1904, 24° [Printed for distri- 
bution at Lewis and Clark Centennial Exposition, Portland, 
Oreg,, 1905. See also A29.2:W37 \] 
Same, 1906. 24° 
West Indies. Investigation of cyclonic circulation and translatory 
movement of West Indian hurricanes, by Benito Vifies; [trans- 
lated by C. Finley], 1898. 



284 



Glassiflcation 
no. 

A29.3: 

(nos.) 



A29. WEATHER BUREAU— Continued 



A29.3«: 

(CT) 
A29.4: 

(nos.) 
A29.5: 

(letters) 



A29.6: 

(v. nos.) 



Bulletins 

1 

2 
3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11, 3 pts. 
12 

13 2 editions 
14 

15 [4th edition revised] 
See, for lst-3d editions, 
A29.2:L62. 



20 
21 
22 
23 

24 

25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 

32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 



[Revised edition] 1899 
See, for 1st edition, A29.2:F92. 

See also A29 .3 :31 and A29 .2 :W37 '. 



See also A29.3:24 and A29.2:W37 «. 



16 
17 

18 
19 

Bulletins (separates) 

[Some of the articles in the Bulletins are issued separately.] 

Circulars 

[None issued.] 
Bulletins (lettered) 



2 editions 
2 editions 



F 

G 

H 

I 

J 



MontMy weather review 4« 



[v. 1-18 and nos. 1-6 of v. 19 were issued by Signal Oflfice, War Dept.; see W42.20: 
The annual summary for 1891 appeared as a supplement to Dec. 1891. From 1893 

to 1908, no. 13 is the annual siunmary. t 
Beginning with July, 1909, the data, largely statistical, which formerly appeared in 
the monthly bulletins issued by the various sections of the Climatological Service 
for the United States proper, are included in the numbers of the Monthly weather 
reviewand are also issued separately; see A29.6 ai : Monthly reports of theClima- 
tological Service are still issued by the Hawaii, Iowa, and Porto Rico sections, and 
annual summaries are still issued by all 44 sections.! 



V. 19 [1891] 


V 


20, no. 11 


no. 


7 




no. 12 


no. 


8 


V. 


21 [1893] 


no. 


9 




no. 1 


no. 


10 




no. 2 


no. 


11 




no. 3 


no. 


12 




no. 4 


Same, supple- 




no. 5 




ment 




no. 6 


V.20 [1892] 




no. 7 


no. 


1 




no. 8 


no. 


2 




no. 9 


no. 


3 




no. 10 


no. 


4 




no. 11 


no. 


5 




no. 12 


no. 


6 




no. 13 


no. 


7 


V. 


22 1894 


no. 


8 




no. 1 


no. 


9 




no. 2 


no. 


10 




no. 3 



V. 22 


no. 4 




no. 5 




no. 6 




no. 7 




no. 8 




no. 9 




no. 10 




no. 11 




no. 12 




no. 13 


V. 23 


1895 




no. 1 




no. 2 




no. 3 




no. 4 




no. 5 




no. 6 




no. 7 




no. 8 




no. 9 



IfSee footnote on p. 286. 



285 



ClasslflcAtlon 
no. 



A29. WEATHER BUREAU-^Continued 



A29.6: Monthly weatlior review— Continued -/li' \ r.oir 



(v. no8.) 



V. 23 



V. 24 



V. 25 



1895 
no. 10 
no. 11 
no. 12 
no. 13 

1896 
no. 1 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 10 
no. 11 
no. 12 
no. 13 

1897 



V. 28 



V. 26 



V. 27 



no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 9 
no. 10 
no. 11 
no. 12 
no. 13 

1898 
no. 1 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 10 
no. 11 
no. 12 
no. 13 

1899 



V. 28 



no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 10 
no. 11 
no. 12 
no. 13 
1900 
no. 1 



V. 29 



V. 30 



V. 31 



V. 32 



1900 


no. 


2 


no. 


3 


no. 


4 


no. 


5 


no. 


6 


no. 


7 


no. 


8 


no. 


9 


no. 


10 


no. 


11 


no. 


12 


no. 


13 


1901 


no. 


1 


no. 


2 


no. 


3 


no. 


4 


no. 


5 


no. 


6 


no. 


7 


no. 


8 


no. 


9 


no. 


10 


no. 


11 


no. 


12 


no. 


13 


1902 


no. 


1 


no. 


2 


no. 


3 


no. 


4 


no. 


5 


no. 


6 


no. 


7 


no. 


8 


no. 


9 


no. 


10 


no. 


11 


no. 


12 


no. 


13 


1903 


no. 


1 


no. 


2 


no. 


3 


no. 


4 


no. 


5 


no. 


6 


no. 


7 


no. 


8 


no. 


9 


no. 


10 


no. 


11 


no. 


12 


no. 


13 


1904 


no. 


1 


no. 


2 


no. 


3 


no. 


4 


no. 


5 


no. 


6 


no. 


7 



V. 32 



V. 33 



V. 34 



V. 35 



V. 36 



1904 


no. 


8 


no. 


9 


no. 


10 


no. 


11 


no. 


12 


no. 


13 


1905 


no. 


1 


no. 


2 


no. 


3 


no. 


4 


no. 


5 


no. 


6 


no. 


7 


no. 


8 


no. 


9 


no. 


10 


no. 


11 


no. 


12 


no. 


13 


1906 


no. 


1 


no. 


2 


no. 


3 


no. 


4 


no. 


5 


no. 


6 


no. 


7 


no. 


8 


no. 


9 


no. 


10 


no. 


11 


no. 


12 


no. 


13 


1907 


no. 


1 


no. 


2 


no. 


3 


no. 


4 


no. 


5 


no. 


6 


no. 


7 


no. 


8 


no. 


9 


no. 


10 


no. 


11 


no. 


12 


no. 


13 


1908 


no. 


1 


no. 


2 


no. 


3 


no. 


4 


no. 


5 


no. 


6 


no. 


7 


no. 


8 


no. 


9 


no. 


10 


no. 


11 


no. 


12 


no. 


13 



lA 



286 



Classification 
no. 

A29.6: 

(v. no8.) 



A29.6«^: 

(district 

nos. and 

date) 



A29. WEATHER BUREAU— Continued 



A29.6«2: 

(CT) 

A29.7: 

(date) 



Monthly weather review— Continued 



V. 37 1909 
no. 1 
no. 2 
no. 3 
no. 4 



V. 37 1909 
no. 5 
no. 6 
no. 7 
no. 8 



37 1909 
no. 9 
no. 10 
no. 11 
no. 12 t 



Monthly weather review (separates; Climatological Service of 
Weather Bureau, district reports) 

[Prior to July, 1909, the data included here appeared in the monthly bulletins issued 
by the various sections of the Climatological Service for the United States proper. 
Beginnins; with July, 1909, the method of publication was radically changed, as 
described in detail on p. 266 of Monthly weather review, v. 37, no. 7, July, 1909 
(A29.G:377). 

The United States has been divided into 12 large districts, generally having the same 
boundaries as the great drainage basins of the country, these boundaries being 
marked off by the natural topographic divides, as follows: 
District 1, North Atlantic States District 7, Lower Mississippi Valley 

District 2, South Atlantic and east District 8, Texas and Rio Grande Valley 



District 9, Colorado Valley 
District 10, Great Basin 
District 11, California 
District 12, Columbia Valley 



Gulf States 
District 3, Ohio Valley 
District 4, Lake region 
District 5, Upper Mississippi Valley 
District 6, Missouri Valley 
Reports for each of these 12 districts, which since July, 1909, have appeared in Monthly 
weather review (A29.6:), are also issued separately each month. In assigning 
book numbers for these separates, use the number of the district, with date as 
superior number.] 

Monthly weather review (separates; miscellaneous) 

[Some of the more important articles in the Review have been issued separately in 
pamphlet form.] 

National weather bulletin 24 X 19 in. 

[The National weather bulletin is issued weekly from April to about the end of Sep- 
tember, during the season of planting, cultivating, and harvesting of crops, and 
monthly from October to March; but in 1909, the first weekly issue appeared 
May 18, the monthly being continued through April. It was known as the 
Weather-crop bulletin from Jan. 1, 1891, until Feb. 1896, when the name was 
changed to Climate and crop bulletin. With issue for Aug. 29, 1904, the title 
Weather-crop bulletin was resumed. With Feb. 1906, the form National weather 
bulletin was adopted. This publication deals with the general weather con- 
ditions of the United States, while weekly bulletins showing more detailed 
information are issued for Iowa during the crop season, and for Hawaii and Porto 
Rico throughout the year, from the central stations of those sections. A weather 
bulletin of the cotton region is published weekly at New Orleans from about May 
1 to Nov. 1. Cotton region bulletins containing temperature and rainfall obser- 
vations reported by telegraph from about 180 stations in the Southern States are 
issued daily from 13 district centers in the cotton belt and 13 other stations, from 
Apr. 16 to Oct. 31. Corn and wheat region bulletins, similar in character to the 
preceding, are issued daily from 9 district centers in the corn and wheat belt and 
3 other stations, from Apr. 1 to Sept. 30.] 

Weather-crop bulletin 

[Nos. 1-21 issued by Signal Office, War Dept., but not listed in this Checklist.] 



no. 22 


* 


1891 


no. 


36 


■jt 


1892, no. 11 


* 


1892 


no. 25 


* 


no. 23 


* 




no. 


37 


* 


no. 12 


* 




no. 26 


•X- 


no. 24 


* 




no. 


38 


* 


no. 13 


* 




no. 27 


■X- 


no. 25 


* 




no. 


39 


* 


no. 14 


* 




no. 28 


* 


no. 26 


* 


1892 


no. 


1 


•X- 


no. 15 


* 




no. 29 


* 


no. 27 


* 




no. 


2 


* 


no. 16 


* 




no. 30 


* 


no. 28 


* 




no. 


3 


* 


no. 17 


* 




no. 31 


* 


no. 29 


* 




no. 


4 


* 


no. 18 


* 




no. 32 


■X- 


no. 30 


* 




no. 


5 


'X- 


no. 19 


* 




no. 33 


•X- 


no. 31 


* 




no. 


6 


* 


no. 20 


■X' 


1893 


no. 1 


* 


no. 32 


* 




no. 


7 


* 


no. 21 


•X- 




no. 2 


* 


•no. 33 


■X- 




no. 


8 


* 


no. 22 


* 




no. 3 


* 


no. 34 


* 




no. 


9 


* 


no. 23 


* 




no. 4 


* 


no. 35 


it 




no. 


10 


* 


no. 24 


* 




no. 5 


•X- 



fThe annual summary, which appeared from 1893 to 1908 as no. 13, was not issued 
for 1909. The tabular matter previously contained in annual summaries will here- 
after appear in part in the Annual report of chief of Weather Bureau, quarto edition 
(A29.1:). 



287 



ClMsiacatlon 
no. 


AS 


J9. 


WE 


lATITE 


:r ] 


BUREAtr— Cor 


itinued 


A 29.7: 


National weather bulletin— Continued 




(date) 


Weather-crop bulletin — Continued 








1893, no. 6 


« 


1893 


, no. 29 


« 


1894, no. 20 * 


1895, no. 11 




no. 7 


* 




no. 30 


«■ 


no. 21 * 


no. 12 




no. 8 


« 




no. 31 


« 


no. 22 * 


no. 13 




no. 9 


* 




no. 32 


« 


no. 23 * 


no. 14 




no. 10 


« 


1894 


no. 1 


* 


no. 24 * 


no. 15 




no. 11 


* 




no. 2 


« 


no. 25 * 


no. 16 




no. 12 


* 




no. 3 


« 


no. 26 * 


no. 17 




no. 13 


* 




no. 4 


♦ 


no. 27 * 


no. 18 




no. 14 


* 




no. 5 


* <i 


' no. 28 * 


no. 19 




no. 15 


* 




no. 6 


» 


no. 29 * 


no. 20 




no. 16 


* 




no. 7 


* 


no. 30 


no. 21 




no. 17 


* 




no. 8 


* 


no. 31 * 


no. 22 




no. 18 


■N- 




no. 9 


* 


no. 32 * 


no. 23 




no. 19 


* 




no. 10 


* 


1895, no. 1 


no. 24 




no. 20 


* 




no. 11 


* 


no. 2 


no. 25 




no. 21 


* 




no. 12 


« 


no. 3 


no. 26 




no. 22 


* 




no. 13 


* 


no. 4 


no. 27 




no. 23 


* 




no. 14 


* 


no. 5 


no. 28 




no. 24 


* 




no. 15 


* 


no. 6 


no. 29 




no. 25 


■if 




no. 16 


* 


no. 7 


no. 30 




no. 26 


* 




no. 17 


* 


no. 8 


no. 31 




no. 27 


* 




no. 18 


* 


no. 9 


no. 32 




no. 28 


* 




no. 19 


* 


no. 10 


1896, no. 1 




Climate and 


crop 


bulletin 










1896, no. 2 




1897 


, no. 8 




1898, no. 14 


1899, no. 21 




no. 3 






no. 9 




no. 15 


no. 22 




no. 4 






no. 10 




no. 16 


110.23 




no. 5 






no. 11 




no. 17 


no. 24 




no. 6 






no. 12 




no. 18 


no. 25 




no. 7 






no. 13 




no. 19 


no. 26 




no. 8 






no. 14 




no. 20 


no. 27 




no. 9 






no. 15 




no. 21 


no. 28 




no. 10 






no. 16 




no. 22 


no. 29 




no. 11 






no. 17 




no. 23 


no. 30 




no. 12 






no. 18 




no. 24 


no. 31 




no. 13 






no. 19 




no. 25 


1900, no. 1 




no. 14 






no. 20 




no. 26 


no. 2 




no. 15 






no. 21 




no. 27 


no. 3 




no. 16 






no. 22 




no. 28 


no. 4 




no. 17 






no. 23 




no. 29 


no. 5 




no. 18 






no. 24 




no. 30 


no. 6 




no. 19 






no. 25 




no. 31 


no. 7 




no. 20 






no. 26 




1899, no. 1 


no. 8 




no. 21 






no. 27 




no. 2 


no. 9 




no. 22 






no. 28 




no. 3 


no. 10 




no. 23 






no. 29 




no. 4 


no. 11 




no. 24 






no. 30 




no. 5 


no. 12 




no. 25 






no. 31 




no. 6 


no. 13 




no. 26 






no. 32 




no. 7 


no. 14 




no. 27 




1898 


, no. 1 




no. 8 


no. 15 




no. 28 






no. 2 




no. 9 


no. 16 




no. 29 






no. 3 




no. 10 


no. 17 




no. 30 






no. 4 




no. 11 


no. 18 




no. 31 






no. 5 




no. 12 


no. 19 




no. 32 






no. 6 




no. 13 


no. 20 




1897, no. 1 






no. 7 




no. 14 


no. 21 




no. 2 






no. 8 




no. 15 


no. 22 




no. 3 






no. 9 




no. 16 


no. 23 




no. 4 






no. 10 




no. 17 


no. 24 




no. 5 






no. 11 




no. 18 


no. 25 




no. 6 






no. 12 




no. 19 


no. 26 




no. 7 






no.13 




no. 20 


no. 27 



288 



Classification 
no. 




A29. 


WEATHER BUREAU— 


Continued 


A29.7: 


National weatlier iDiilletin— Continued 






(date) 


Climate and crop 


) bulletin— Continued 






' ; i-yifib) 
, no. 26 




1900 


, no. 28 


1901 


, no. 27 


1902 


, no. 26 


1903 






no. 29 




no. 28 




no. 27 




no. 27 






no. 30 




no. 29 




no. 28 




no. 28 






no. 31 




no. 30 




no. 29 




no. 29 






no. 32 




no. 31 




no. 30 




no. 30 




1901 


, no. 1 




no. 32 




no. 31 




no. 31 






no. 2 


1902 


, no. 1 


1903 


, no. 1 




no. 32 






no. 3 




no. 2 




no. 2 


1904 


, no. 1 






no. 4 




no. 3 




no. 3 




no. 2 






no. 5 




no. 4 




no. 4 




no. 3 






no. 6 . 




no. 5 




no. 5 




no. 4 






no. 7 ; , 




no. 6 




no. 6 




no. 5 


'■L .■ 


1' 


no. 8 




no. 7 




no. 7 




no. 6 


1 




no. 9 
no. 10 
no. 11 
no. 12 
no. 13 
no. 14 
no. 15 
no. 16 
no. 17 
no. 18 
no. 19 
no. 20 
no. 21 
no. 22 
no. 23 




no. 8 
no. 9 
no. 10 
no. 11 
no. 12 
no. 13 
no. 14 
no. 15 
no. 16 
no. 17 
no. 18 
no. 19 
no. 20 
no. 21 
no. 22 




no. 8 
no. 9 
no. 10 
no. 11 
no. 12 
no. 13 
no. 14 
no. 15 
no. 16 
no. 17 
no. 18 
no. 19 
no. 20 
no. 21 
no. 22 




no. 7 
no. 8 
no. 9 
no. 10 
no. 11 
no. 12 
no. 13 
no. 14 
no. 15 
no. 16 
no. 17 
no. 18 
no. 19 
no. 20 
no. 21 


! L .0 


a 


no. 24 




no. 23 




no. 23 




no. 22 


I': ,0 


a 


no. 25 




no. 24 




no. 24 




no. 23 


f)^; .1) 


T 


no. 26 




no. 25 




no. 25 






<" - it 


,Weather-crop bulletin 












. (•'\- ■■: 


1904, 


no. 24 


1905 


no. 3 


1905 


no. 14 


1905 


no. 25 


1,1 

'■ :> 




no. 25 
no. 26 
no. 27 
no. 28 
no. 29 
no. 30 
no. 31 




no. 4 
no. 5 
no. 6 
no. 7 
no. 8 
no. 9 
no. 10 




no. 15 
no. 16 
no. 17 
no. 18 
no. 19 
no. 20 
no. 21 




no. 26 
no. 27 
no. 28 
no. 29 
no. 30 
no. 31 
no. 32 






no. 32 




no. 11 




no. 22 


1906, 


no. 1 




1905, 


no. 1 
no. 2 




no. 12 
no. 13 




no. 23 
no. 24 







National weather bulletin 

[Title for Apr.-Sept. issues reads: National weekly weather bulletin. Title for Oct.- 
Mar. issues reads: National monthly weather bulletin. In 1909, the weekly 
issues did not begin until May 18.) 



1906, no. 


2 


1906, no. 16 


1906 


no. 


30 


1907, no. 12 


no. 


3 


no. 17 




no. 


31 


no. 13 


no. 


4 


no. 18 




no. 


32 


no. 14 


no. 


5 


no. 19 


1907 


no. 


1 


no. 15 


no. 


6 


no. 20 




no. 


2 


no. 16 


no. 


7 


no. 21 




no. 


3 


no. 17 


no. 


8 


no. 22 




no. 


4 


no. 18 


no. 


9 


no. 23 




no. 


5 


no. 19 


no. 


10 


no. 24 




no. 


6 


no. 20 


no. 


11 


no. 25 




no. 


7 


no. 21 


no. 


12 


no. 26 




no. 


8 


no. 22 


no. 


13 


no. 27 




no. 


9 


no. 23 


no. 


14 


no. 28 




no. 


10 


no. 24 


no. 


15 


no. 29 




no. 


11 


no. 25 



289 



CUmlflcatton 
no. 

A29.7: 

(date) 



A29. WEATHER BUREAU— Continued 



A29.8 : 

(v. noa.) 



A29.9: 

(no8.) 

A29.10: 

(pt. no8.) 



A29.10«: 

(CT) 
A29.il: 

(letters) 



National weather bulletin— Continued 



1907, no. 26 
no. 27 
no. 28 
no. 
no. 



20 
30 



no. 31 
no. 32 



1908, no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 



no. 10 



1908, no. 11 
no. 12 
no. 13 
no. 14 
no. 15 
no. 16 
no. 17 
no. 18 
no. 19 
no. 20 
no. 21 
no. 22 
no. 23 
no. 24 
no. 25 
no. 26 
no. 27 



1908, no. 28 
no. 29 
no. 30 
no. 31 

1909, no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no, 
no. 
no. 
no. y 
no. 10 
no. 11 
no. 12 
no. 13 



1909, no. 14 
no. 15 
no. 16 
no. 17 
no. 18 
no. 19 
no. 20 
no. 21 
no. 22 
no. 23 
no. 24 
no. 25 
no. 26 
no. 27 
no. 28 



Climate and health. 



[Contains reports of "systematic investigation to ascertain the relationships and 
applicability of climatic and weather conditions to sanitary science.'" 



Issued 



monthly, July, 1895-Mar. 1896, and then discontinued.} 

V. 1 1895 

no. 1, July 

no. 2, Aug. 

no. 3, Sept. 

no. 4, Oct. 

no. 5, Nov. 

no. 6, Dec. 
V. 2 1896 

no. 1, Jan. 

no. 2, Feb. 

no. 3, Mar. 
[Discontinued Mar. 28, 1896.] 

Cold wave bulletin 24 X 19 in. 

[No. 1 , for the cold wave of Jan. 2-5, 1896, was the only one issued. Similar informar 
tlon Is now covered in the Monthly weather review (A29.6:).] 

Dally river stages 

[Issued by Signal Office, War Dept. See W42.19:] 



pt.l] 

pt.2 

pt.3j 



pt. 4 [Ist edition] 

Same. 2d edition * 
pt. 5 2 editions 
pt. 6 
pt. 7 
pt. 8 
pt. 9 

Dally river stages 



(separates) 



Instrument Room [or Division] circulars 



4 editions E 

2 editions F 

2 editions G 
See also, for circulars B and C H 

combined , A29 . 12 : V88 * and I 

A29.12:C78. J 

3 editions K 

82452°— 11 19 



D 



3 editions 
3 editions 
3 editions 

[Not issued.] 
[Not issued.] 



290 



Classlflcation 
no. 

A29.12: 

An3 

C78 
C81» 

C81' 

C821 

C822 

D631 

D632 

D633 

M33 1 

M332 

Ob7 

R13 

R521 

R522 
R523 

R52^ 
R525 
Sel^ 

Sel2 
St2 

Su7 

V88^ 

V882 

V883 
V88* 



A29. WEATHER BUREAU— Continued 

Instructions (unnumbered) 

Aneroid barographs. Instructions for use of aneroid barographs on 
Great Lakes. Washington, Weather Bureau, 1897. 

Cooperative observers. Instructions for cooperative [meteorological] 
observers, comprising circulars B and C, Instrument Division. 
3d edition. 1906. [See, for earlier editions, A29.12:V88.] 

Com. Instructions governing corn, wheat, cotton, sugar, and rice 
region service; by James Berry. [1st edition.] Washington, 
Weather Bureau, 1897. 

Same. 2d edition. 1904. 

Cotton region. Instructions to observers and code for enciphering 
reports at cotton-region and sugar and rice stations. [1st edition.] 
Washington, B.C., Weather Bureau, 1892. 

Same; [by C. F. Marvin and James Berry]. [Revised edition.] 
1895. 
Displaymen. Instructions to special displaymen. [1st edition.] 
Washington, D. C, Weather Bureau, 1892. 12" 

Displaymen. Instructions to wind-signal displaymen. [2d edition.] 
Washington, Weather Bureau, 1896. 

Displaymen. Instructions to storm-warning displaymen. [3d edi- 
tion.] 1902. 

Marine observers. Instructions to marine meteorological observers of 
Weather Bureau; by James Page. 1906. 

Same; by Henry L. Heiskell. 1908. 

Observers. Instructions for observers. 1895. 

Rainfall observers. Instructions to special rainfall observers. Wash- 
ington, D. C, Weather Bureau. 1893. 

River observers. Instructions for special river observers; by Thomas 
Russell. Washington, D. C, Weather Bureau, 1892. 

River observers. Instructions to special river observers. 1894. 

River observers. Instructions to special river and rainfall observers 
1902. 
Same. 1904. 
Same. 1909. 
Seacoast telegraph lines. Instructions to operators on United States 
seacoast telegraph lines; by E. L. Bugbee. 1892. 

Same; by J. H. Robinson. Washington, Weather Bureau, 1897. 

Station regulations. 1905. 

Sunshine recorder. Instructions for using glass electrical sunshine 
recorder, pattern 1893. [1893.] 

Voluntary observers. Instructions for voluntary observers; by T. Rus- 
sell. 1892. 

Voluntary observers. Instructions for voluntary [meteorological] ob- 
servers. Washington, Weather Bureau, 1897. 

Same. 1899. 

Same, comprising circulars B and C, Instrument Division. 2d edi- 
tion. 1901. [See, for circulars B and C issued separately, 
A29.11:B, C] 

Same. 3d edition. See A29.12:C78. 



291 



ClaMlflratloM 
no. 



A29. WEATHER BUREAU— Continued 



tA29.13' : Meteorological chart of Great Lakes [let series, 1897-1907] 



(date) 



[From Oct. 1897 to Doc. 1900, this publication was issued in the form of charts 
20 X '-^ in. The summary for 1898 was also in chart form, but the summaries 
for 1899 ajid 1900 were Issued as 4° pamnhlols. All issues from 1901 to 1907 were 
4° pamphlets, no. 2 of each year being tne summary for the season. 

The issues from 1897 to 1900 were volumed, although during that period the vol- 
ume numbers appear only on the summaries for 1899 and 1900.] 

1897, Oct. 
Nov. 
Dec. 

1898, Apr. 
May 
June 
July 
Aug. 
Sept. 
Oct. 
Nov. 
Dec. 
Summary 

1899, May 

Same, supplement 8° 
June 
July 
Aug. 
Sept. 
Oct. 
Nov. 
Dec. 
Summary [Printed as v. 2, no. 9.] 

1900, no. 1, May 
no. 2, June 
no, 3, July 
no. 4, Aug. 
no. 5, Sept. 
no. 6, Oct. 
no. 7, Nov. 
no. 8, Dec. 

no. [9], Summary [Printed as v. 3, no. 10, although no. 10 is 
incorrect for no. 9.] 
1 
2 
1 
2 
1 
2 



1901, no. 
no. 

1902, no. 
no. 

1903, no. 
no. 

1904, no. 1 
no. 2 

1905, no. 1 
no. 2 

1906, no. 1 
no. 2 

1907, no. 1 

(Discontinued.] t 



fThis Checklist ends with the publications of the calendar year 1909. Since that 
date the Weather Bureau has resumed the issue of a Meteorological chart of the 
Great Lakes in form different from the earlier series listed under A29.13 ^: The new- 
series began with the issue for Jan. 1911, and is of the same nature as the various 
meteorological charts of the oceans now being issued by the Weather Bureau; see 
A29.23:-A29.27: The series title to be used is as follows: 
A29.132: Meteorological chart of Great Lakes [2d series, 1911- ] 17.9X26.1 in. 

(date) [Monthly.] 



292 



Classification 
no. 

A29.14: 

(date) 



A29.15: 

(no8.) 



A29.16: 



(date) 



A29. WEATHER BURE ATI— Continued 
Monthly report of river and. flood service 

[From Monthly weather review.] 

1897, Sept. 1898, Jan. 1898, May 1898, Sept. 

Oct. Feb. June Oct. 

Nov. Mar. July- 

Dec. Apr. Aug. 

[Discontinued.] 

Sanitary climatology circulars 

1 
2 
3 

4 

[Discontinued.] 

Snovv^ and ice bulletin 

[Issue began Feb. 1892. Appeared in weekly numbers from early in December to 
latter part of March. First title, Depth of snow on ground, used to Mar. 30, 
1896; changed to Snow and ice chart, and continued under that name until Feb. 
21, 1899, when the present title was substituted. Shows area covered by snow, 
its depth, and the thickness of ice in rivers and harbors. 

Ice reports for the Great Lakes, giving in greater detail the ice conditions, espe- 
cially with reference to the resumption of navigation, are issued at Detroit weekly 
during March and April. 

Snowfall bulletins for 12 mountain States and Territories of the West, reporting in 
detail the depths and condition of snow at high levels, with special reference to 
the prospective supply of water for irrigation during the following spring and 
summer, are issued monthly during the winter season, usually for the four 
months December to March, inclusive, at the respective central stations.] 



Depth of snow on ground 23 X 18 in. 
1892, Feb.-Jan. 16, 1893 * 



1893, Jan. 23 


1893 


, Dec. 11 


1895, Mar. 4 


1896, Feb. 


3 


Jan. 30 




Dec. 18 


Mar. 11 


Feb. 


10 


Feb. 6 




Dec. 25 


Mar. 18 


Feb. 


17 


Feb. 13 


1894 


* 


Mar. 25 


Feb. 


24 


Feb. 20 


1895 


, Jan. 7 


Dec. 9 


Mar. 


2 


Feb. 27 




Jan. 14 


Dec. 16 


Mar. 


9 


Mar. 6 




Jan. 21 


Dec. 23 


Mar. 


16 


Mar. 13 




Jan. 28 


Dec. 30 


Mar. 


23 


Mar. 20 




Feb. 4 


1896, Jan. 6 


Mar. 


30 


Mar. 27 




Feb. 11 


Jan. 13 






Apr. 3 




Feb. 18 


Jan. 20 






Dec. 4 




Feb. 25 


Jan. 27 






Snow and ice chart 19 X 12 in. 








1896, Dec. 7 


1897 


Mar. 1 


1898, Jan. 24 


1898, Dec. 


20 


Dec. 14 




Mar. 8 


Jan. 31 


Dec. 


27 


Dec. 21 




Mar. 15 


Feb. 7 


1899, Jan. 


3 


Dec. 28 




Mar. 22 


Feb. 14 


Jan. 


10 


1897, Jan. 4 




Mar. 29 


Feb. 21 


Jan. 


17 


Jan. 11 




Dec. 6 


Feb. 28 


Jan. 


24 


Jan. 18 




Dec. 13 


Mar. 7 


Jan. 


31 


Jan. 25 




Dec. 20 


Mar. 14 


Feb. 


7 


Feb. 1 




Dec. 27 


Mar. 21 


Feb. 


15 


Feb. 8 


1898 


Jan. 3 


Mar. 28 






Feb. 15 




Jan. 10 
Jan. 17 


Dec. 5 
Dec. 13 






Feb. 22 






Snow and ice bulletin 


19 X 12 in. 








1899, Feb. 21 


1899 


Dec. 26 


1900, Feb. 27 


1901, Jan. 


2 


Feb. 28 


1900 


Jan. 2 


Mar. 6 


Jan. 


8 


Mar. 7 




Jan. 9 


Mar. 13 


Jan. 


15 


Mar. 14 




Jan. 16 


Mar. 20 


Jan. 


22 


Mar. 21 




Jan. 23 


Mar. 27 


Jan. 


29 


Mar. 28 




Jan. 30 


Dec. 4 


Feb. 


5 


Dec. 5 




Feb. 6 


Dec. 11 


Feb. 


12 


Dec. 12 




Feb. 13 


Dec. 18 


Feb. 


19 


Dec. 19 




Feb. 20 


Dec. 26 


Feb. 


26 



293 



Claminratfoi 
no. 


A29 


WEATE 


[ER 


BUI 


lEAl 


r— Continu 


ed 


A29.16: 


Snow and 


Ice bulletin— 


Continued 






(date) 


1901, Mar. 


5 


1903, Mar. 


17 


1905 


, Dec, 


12 1907, Dec. 26 




Mar. 


12 


Dec. 


8 




Dec. 


19 1908, Jan. 2 




Mar. 


19 


Dec. 


15 




Dec. 


26 


Jan. 7 




Mar. 


26 


Dec. 


22 


1906 


, Jan. 


2 


Jan. 14 




Dec. 


3 


Dec. 


29 




Jan. 


9 


Jan. 21 




Dee. 


10 


1904, Jan. 


5 




Jan. 


16 


Jan. 28 




Dee. 


17 


Jan . 


12 




Jan. 


23 


Feb. 4 




Dee. 


24 


Jan. 


19 




Jan. 


30 


Feb. 11 




Dec. 


31 


Jan. 


26 




Feb. 


6 


Feb. 18 




1902, Jan. 


7 


Feb. 


2 




Feb. 


13 


Feb. 25 




Jan. 


14 


Feb. 


9 




Feb. 


20 


Mar. 3 




Jan. 


21 


Feb. 


16 




Feb. 


27 


Mar. 10 




Jan. 


28 


Feb. 


23 




Mar. 


6 


Mar. 17 




Feb. 


4 


Mar. 


1 




Mar. 


13 


Mar. 24 




Feb. 


11 


Mar. 


8 




Mar. 


20 


Dec. 7 




Feb. 


18 


Mar. 


15 




Mar. 


27 


Dec. 14 




Feb. 


25 


Mar. 


22 




Dec. 


4 


Dec. 21 




Mar. 


4 


Mar. 


29 




Dec. 


11 


Dec. 28 




Mar. 


11 


Dec. 


6 




Dec. 


18 1909, Jan. 4 




Mar. 


18 


Dec. 


13 




Dec. 


26 


Jan. 11 




Mar. 


25 


Dec. 


20 


1907 


, Jan. 


2 


Jan. 18 




Dec. 


2 


Dec. 


27 




Jan. 


8 


Jan. 25 




Dec. 


9 


1905, Jan. 


3 




Jan. 


15 


Feb. 1 




Dec. 


16 


Jan. 


10 




Jan. 


22 


Feb. 8 




Dec. 


23 


Jan. 


17 




Jan. 


29 


Feb. 15 




Dec. 


30 


Jan. 


24 




Feb. 


5 


Feb. 22 




1903, Jan. 


6 


Jan. 


31 




Feb. 


12 


Mar. 1 




Jan. 


13 


Feb. 


7 




Feb. 


19 


Mar. 8 




Jan. 


20 


Feb. 


14 




Feb. 


26 


Mar. 15 




Jan. 


27 


Feb. 


21 




Mar. 


5 


Mar. 22 




Feb. 


3 


Feb. 


28 




Mar. 


12 


Mar. 29 




Feb. 


10 


Mar. 


7 




Mar. 


19 


Dec. 6 




Feb. 


17 


Mar. 


14 




Mar. 


26 


Dec. 13 




Feb. 


24 


Mar. 


21 




Dec. 


3 


Dec. 20 




Mar. 


3 


Mar. 


28 




Dec. 


10 


Dec. 27 




Mar. 


10 


Dec. 


5 




Dec. 


17 





A29.17: 

(date) 



Storm bulletin 

[Until the Issue of no. 2, 1894, the title was Lake storm bulletin.) 
Lake storm bulletin 
1893, no. 1 * 





no. 


2 


* 




no. 


3 


* 




no. 


4 


* 




no. 


5 


* 


1894, 


no. 


1 




Storm bulletin 


1894, 


no. 


2 






no. 


3 


* 


1895, 


no. 


1 






no. 


2 






no. 


3 




1896, 


no. 


1 






no. 


2 






no. 


3 






no. 


4 






no. 


5 




1897 


[N 


one issued.] 


1898, 


no. 


1 




1899, 


no. 


1 




1900, 


no. 


1 





[Discontinued. Similar information now covered In Monthly weather review 
(A29.60.J 



294 



Classification 
no. 

A29.18: 

(date) 



A29. WEATHER BUREAU— Continued 
Weather map 19 X 24 in. 

[This publication, issued at the Weather Bureau in Washington, is the only Govern- 
ment publication issued every day in the year, Sundays and holidays included. 
For information as to the varying prints of the Washington map since July 1, 1901, 
see note in list below, immediately preceding that date. 

At 116 stations! of the Weather Bureau smaller weather maps are issued daily, 
except Simdays and holidays. At some of the less important stations, bulletins 
containing practically the same meteorological data that api)eai" on the weather 
maps, are issued. 

To an extent permitted by the editions, the maps and bulletins are fmuished free of 
charge to business and commercial exchanges, corporations, firms, individuals, 
and educational institutions that will display them for the benefit of the public or 
use them for educational purposes. 

Issued by Signal Office, War Dept., tri-daily from Jan. 1, 1871, 7.35 a. m., to June 30, 
1888; semi-daily, July 1, 1888, to Jtme 30, 1891. See W42.23:] 



Semi-daily 










1891, July 


1-31 


1892, Dec. 


1-31 


1894, May 1-31 


Aug. 


1-31 


1893, Jan. 


1-31 


June 1-30 


Sept. 


1-30 


Feb. 


1-28 


July 1-31 


Oct. 


1-31 


Mar. 


1-31 


Aug. 1-31 


Nov. 


1-30 


Apr. 
May 


1-30 


Sept. 1-30 


Dec. 


1-31 


1-31 


Oct. 1-31 


1892, Jan. 


1-31 


June 


1-30 


Nov. 1-30 


Feb. 


1-29 


July 


1-31 


Dec. 1-31 


Mar. 


1-31 


Aug. 


1-31 


1895, Jan. 1-31 


Apr. 
May 


1-30 


Sept. 


1-30 


Feb. 1-28 


1-31 


Oct. 


1-31 


Mar. 1-31 


June 


1-30 


Nov. 


1-30 


Apr. 1-30 
May 1-31 


July 


1-31 


Dec. 


1-31 


Aug. 


1-31 


1894, Jan. 


1-31 


June 1-30 


Sept. 


1-30 


Feb. 


1-28 


July 1-31 


Oct. 


1-31 


Mar. 


1-31 


Aug. 1-31 


Nov. 


1-30 


Apr. 


1-30 


Sept. 1-30 


Daily 










1895, Oct. 


1-31 


1897, Sept. 


1-30 


1899, Aug. 1-31 


Nov. 


1-30 


Oct. 


1-31 


Sept. 1-30 


Dec. 


1-31 


Nov. 


1-30 


Oct. 1-31 


1896, Jan. 


1-31 


Dec. 


1-31 


Nov. 1-30 


Feb. 


1-29 


1898, Jan. 


1-31 


Dec. 1-31 


Mar. 


1-31 


Feb. 


1-28 


1900, Jan. 1-31 


Apr. 
May 


1-30 


Mar. 


1-31 


Feb. 1-28 


1-31 


Apr. 
May 


1-30 


Mar. 1-31 


June 


1-30 


1-31 


Apr. 1-30 
May 1-31 


July 


1-31 


June 


1-30 


Aug. 


1-31 


July 


1-31 


June 1-30 


Sept. 


1-30 


Aug. 


1-31 


July 1-31 


Oct. 


1-3] 


Sept. 


1-30 


Aug. 1-31 


Nov. 


1-30 


Oct. 


1-31 


Sept. 1-30 


Dec. 


1-31 


Nov. 


1-30 


Oct. 1-31 


1897, Jan. 


1-31 


Dec. 


1-31 


Nov. 1-30 


Feb. 


1-28 


1899, Jan. 


1-31 


Dec. 1-31 


Mar. 


1-31 


Feb. 


1-28 


1901, Jan. 1-31 


Apr. 
May 


1-30 


Mar. 


1-31 


Feb. 1-28 


1-31 


Apr. 
]£y 


1-30 


Mar. 1-31 


June 


1-30 


1-31 


Apr. 1-30 


July 


1-31 


June 


1-30 


May 1-31 


Aug. 


1-31 


July 


1-31 


June 1-30 



fThe number of stations of the Weather Bureau from which weather maps are 
issued is subject to change. At the close of the calendar year 1909, when this Check- 
list ends, there were 198 stations, 116 of which issued weather maps. Since that date, 
the issue of maps trom a large number of these stations has been discontinued. 



295 



ClsMlilrAtioii 
no. 



A29. WEATHER BUREAU— Continued 



A29.18: Weather map — Continued 



(date) 



[Beginning with July 1, 1901, there are 2 prints of the Washington map, except on 
Sundays uiid holidays when only 1 print appears, these Sunday and holiday 
maps including the additional Infomiution which on week days appears only 
on the later issue. In so far as the data as found on the map itself are concerned 
the 2 i)rinUs are identical; but the 1st print contains only tne forecasts prepared 
at Washington and applicable to the Washington forcca^st district, whereas the 
2d print contains the forecasts for the entire United States, which is divided 
into t) forct-ast districts, the centers of which are: Chicago, Denver, New Orleans, 
Portland, Oreg., San Francisco, and Washington. It will be noted, therefore, 
that for everv dav in the week, including Sundays, forecasts for various districts 
in the Unit(Ml Sta"tos appear on the Washington map, the Sunday man, however, 
containing forcca-sts for a limited number of the districts. For the days when 2 
prints appear the forecast data on the 1st print are limited to the Northeastern, 
middle Eastern, and Southeastern States. 

Although 2d prints of the Washington map have been appearing since July 1, 1901, 
the Public Documents Library has none of the 2d prints prior to Feb. 1, 1909.1 





Daily 










1901, July 1-31 


1904 


, May 1-31 


1907, Mar. 1-31 




Aug. 1-31 




June 1-30 


Apr. 1-30 
May 1-31 




Sept. 1-30 




July 1-31 




Oct. 1-31 




Aug. 1-31 


June 1-30 




Nov. 1-30 




Sept. 1-30 


July 1-31 




Dec. 1-31 




Oct. 1-31 


Aug. 1-31 




1902, Jan. 1-31 




Nov. 1-30 


Sept. 1-30 




Feb. 1-28 




Dec. 1-31 


Oct. 1-31 




Mar. 1-31 


1905 


, Jan. 1-31 


Nov. 1-30 




Apr. 1-30 
May 1-31 




Feb. 1-28 


Dec. 1-31 






Mar. 1-31 


1908, Jan. 1-31 




June 1-30 




Apr. 1-30 
May 1-31 


Feb. 1-29 




July 1-31 




Mar. 1-31 




Aug. 1-31 




June 1-30 


Apr. 1-30 
May 1-31 




Sept. 1-30 




July 1-31 




Oct. 1-31 




Aug. 1-31 


June 1-30 




Nov. 1-30 




Sept. 1-30 


July 1-31 




Dec. 1-31 




Oct. 1-31 


Aug. 1-31 




1903, Jan. 1-31 




Nov. 1-30 


Sept. 1-30 




Feb. 1-28 




Dec. 1-31 


Oct. 1-31 




Mar. 1-31 


1906 


, Jan. 1-31 


Nov. 1-30 




Apr. 1-30 
May 1-31 




Feb. 1-28 


Dec. 1-31 






Mar. 1-31 


1909, Jan. 1-31 




June 1-30 




Apr. 1-30 
May 1-31 


Feb. 1-28 




July 1-31 




Mar. 1-31 




Aug. 1-31 




June 1-30 


Apr. 1-30 




Sept. 1-30 




July 1-31 


May 1-31 




Oct. 1-31 




Aug. 1-31 


June 1-30 




Nov. 1-30 




Sept. 1-30 


July 1-31 




Dec. 1-31 




Oct. 1-31 


Aug. 1-31 




1904, Jan. 1-31 




Nov. 1-30 


Sept. 1-30 




Feb. 1-29 




Dec. 1-31 


Oct. 1-31 




Mar. 1-31 


1907 


, Jan. 1-31 


Nov. 1-30 




Apr. 1-30 




Feb. 1-28 


Dec. 1-31 


A29.19: 


Special river 


bulletins 4° 




(date) 


1897, Mar. 15 * 


1897 


, Apr. 5 * 


1897, Apr. 18 * 




Mar. 16 * 




Apr. 6 * 


Apr. 19 * 




Mar. 17 * 




Apr. 7 * 


Apr. 20 * 




Mar. 18 * 




Apr. 8 * 


Apr. 21 * 




Mar. 19 * 




Apr. 9 * 


Apr. 22 * 




Mar. 28 * 




Apr. 10 * 


Apr. 23 * 




Mar. 29 * 




Apr. 11 * 


Apr. 24 * 




Mar. 30 * 




Apr. 12 * 


Apr. 25 * 




Mar. 31 * 




Apr. 13 * 


Apr. 26 * 




Apr. 1 * 




Apr. 14 * 


Apr. 27 * 




Apr. 2 * 




Apr. 15 * 


Apr. 28 * 




Apr. 3 * 




Apr. 16 * 


Apr. 29 * 




Apr. 4 * 




Apr. 17 ♦ 





296 



Classification 
no. 

A29.20: 

(nos.) 



A29.21: 

(v. nos.) 



A29.21«: 

(CT) 
A29.22: 

(CT) 
A29.23: 

(date) 



A29.2d: : 

(date) 



A29.25: 

(date) 



A29.26: 

(date) 



tA29.27: 



A29. WEATHER BUREAU— Continued 
Cotton region weather- crop bnlletln f^ 

[These bulletins were published after the issue of National weather bulletin, no. 32, 
1905 (A29.7:905). Thev were prepared in the interests of the cotton crop which 
was late In maturing in 1905. Only 4 bulletins were issued.] 

1 
2 
3 

4 

[Discontinued.] 

Bulletin of Mount Weather Observatory large 8«> 

V. 1, pt. 1 V. 2, pt. 1 

pt. 2 pt. 2 

pt. 3 pt. 3 
pt. 4 

Bulletin of Mount Weather Observatory (separates) 



Specifications f® 



Meteorological chart of north Atlantic Ocean 

17.8 X 26 in. [Monthly.] 

[First issued July, 1909. Similar information is given on Pilot chart of north Atlan- 
tic Ocean issued by Hydrographic OflBce (N6.15:).] 

1909, July 
Aug. 
Sept. 
Oct. 
Nov. 
Dec. 



M e t eorological 

17.7 X 26 in. 



chart 

[Monthly.' 



of north Pacific Ocean 



[First issued July, 1909. Similar information is given on Pilot chart of north Pacific 
Ocean issued by Hydrographic Ofi&ce (N6.16:).] 

1909, July 
Aug. 
Sept. 
Oct. 
Nov. 
Dec. 



Meteorological 

17.7 X 26 in. 



south Atlantic Ocean 



chart of 

[Quarterly.] 

[First issued for quarter June-Aug. 1909. Similar information is given on Pilot chart 
of south Atlantic Ocean issued by Hydrographic Office (N6.20:).] 

1909, June-Aug. 
Sept.-Nov. 

1910, Dec. 1909-Feb. 1910 

Meteorological chart of south Pacific Ocean 17.7 X 
26 in. [Quarterly.] 

[First issued for quarter Dec. 1909-Feb. 1910. Similar information is given on Pilot 
chart of south Pacific Ocean issued by Hydrographic Office (N6.21:).] 

1910, Dec. 1909-Feb. 1910 

Meteorological chart of Indian Ocean 



t This Checklist ends with the publications of the calendar year 1909. The Weather 
Bureau has since begun a new series, necessitating a new class under A29. as follows: 

A29.27: Meteorological chart of Indian Ocean 17.7 X 26 in. [Monthly.] 



(date) 



[First issued for Jan. 1911. Similar information is given on Pilot chart of Indian Ocean 
issued hy Hydrographic Ofllce (N6.17:).] 



297 



Cla.sMiflc»tlon 
no. 

A29.28: 

(date) 



A30.1: 

(date) 

A30.2: 

(CT) 
A30.3: 

(nos.) 
A30.4: 

(nos.) 



A29. WEATHER BUREAU— Continued 

Roster of commissioned officials and employees f 

Roster of station officials and employees 

1903, July 1 

1904, Aug. 1 

1905, July (?) 1 * 

1906, July 1 * 

1907, July 1 

Roster of commissioned officials and employees 

1908, July 1 

1909, July 1 1 

A30. APPOINTMENT CLERK 
Annual reports 

[1895-1909 (except 1898-1900, none issued, and 1901, issued separately only), in annual 
reports of Agriculture Department (Al.l:), and since 1901 issued separately also.] 



General publications 

[None issued.] 
Bulletins 
[None issued.] 
Circulars 

[None issued.] 

A31. CHIEF CLERK 

[The office of chief clerk was established at the organization of the Agriculture Department in 1862.] 



A31.1: 

(date) 
A31.2: 

In2 

A31.3: 

(nos.) 
A31.4:: 

(nos.) 

A32 



Annual reports 

[None issued.] 

General publications 

Indian reservations. Presence of Government representatives upon 
Indian reservations. Sept. 25, 1902. 

Bulletins 

[None issued.] 
Circulars 
[None issued.] 

. FOOD AND DRUG INSPECTION BOARD 

See General orders 



[Organized May, 1907, under order of Secretary of Agriculture dated Apr. 25, 1907. 

Ill (A1.12:lll).] 



A32.1: 

(date) 
A32.2: 

R26^ 

11262 



Annual reports 

[None issued.] 

General publications 

Regulations and decisions concerning guaranties and serial numbers, 
and their use. Aug. 22, 1908. 
Same. Aug. 22, 1908, reprint Apr. 29, 1909. 



t Discontinued with issue of July 1, 1910. 



298 



Classification A32. FOOD AND DRUG INSPECTION BOARD— 

Continued 
A32.3: 

(nos.) 
A32.4: 

(nos.) 
A32.5: 

(nos.) 



A32.6: 

(nos.) 



Bulletins 






[None issued.] 






Circulars 






[None issued.] 






Food inspection 


decisions 


See, for indexes, A21.4:5. 




1-68 SeeA7.5: 






69 80 




91 103 


70 81 




92 104 


71 82 




93-95 [In one 105 


72 83 




pamphlet.] 106 


73 84 




96 107 


74 85 




97 108 


75 86 




98 109 


76 87 




99 not 


77 88 




100 


78 89 




101 


79 90 




102 



Notices of judgment, food and drugs act 

[Lists of Notices of judgment arranged by subjects are given in nos. 51-53 and 102- 
110. Nos. 1 to 4 are indexed in Food and drugs Index, A21.4:5 2,] 



1 




54,55 


In one pamphlet. 




2 




56,57 


In one pamphlet. 




3 




58-63 


In one pamphlet. 




4 




64,65 


In one pamphlet.; 




5-11 


In one pamphlet." 


66,67 


In ono pamphlet.; 




12-17 


In one pamphlet." 


68 




18-21 


In one pamphlet. 


69-81 


In one pamphlet.] 


22-24 


In one pamphlet. 


82 




25 




83-90 


In one pamphlet.] 


26,27 


In one pamphlet. 


91 




28-35 


In one pamphlet. 


92,93 


In one pamphlet.; 
In one pamphlet.] 


36,37 


In one pamphlet. 


94-99 


38 




100, 101 


[In one pamphlet.; 


39-42 


In one pamphlet.; 


102-110 


In one pamphlet. 


43-47 


In one pamphlet. 


111 




48,49 


In one pamphlet. 


112-116 


In one pamphlet.; 
In one pamphlet. 


50 




117, 118 


51-53 


In one pamphlet. ^ 


119-122 t 


[In one pamphle 


.t.] 



A33. SOLICITOR OF DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

[Appointed July 1, 1905. See General orders 85 (A1.12:85). 



A33.1: 

(date) 



Annual reports 

[1907-09, in annual reports of Agriculture Department (Al.l:), and issued separately 
also.] 



t This Checklist ends with the publications of the calendar year 1909. Early in 
1910 radical changes were made in the two series of publications entered under A32.5: 
and A32.6: These publications now appear without the name of the Food and Drug 
Inspection Board, and over the signature of the Secretary of Agriculture, although 
the board is still (Mar. 2, 1910) in existence. 

This change has necessitated the continuation of these two series under the office of 
the Secretary of Agriculture. Food inspection decisions 111 and 112 were issued Jan. 
27, 1910, by the board, and although not entered in this Checklist are to be classed 
under A32. 5:111, 112. Beginning with no. 113, the Food inspection decisions, for- 
merly under A32.5: are to be continued under A1.15: Beginning with no. 123, the 
Notices of judgment, formerly under A32.6: are to be continued under A1.16: 



299 



ClMslflcAtlon A33. SOLICITOR OF DEPARTMENT OF AORI- 

"''• CULTURE— Continued 

General publications 

Laws applicable to Department of Agriculture; [compiled by Otis H. 
Gates and Philip P. Wells]. May 5, 1908. 

Twenty-eight hour law annotated, act approved June 29, 1906 [relating 
to confinement of live stock in cars; by Otis II. Gates, W. Parker 
Jones, and R. W. Williams, jr.]. Oct. 12, 1909. 



A33.2: 

L44 

T91 



A83.3: 

(nos.) 
A33.4: 

(nos.) 



Bulletins 








[None issued.] 








Circulars 








1 


8 


15 


22 


2 


9 


16 


23 


3 


10 


17 


24 


4 


11 


18 


25 


5 


12 


19 


26 


6 


13 


20 


27 


7 


14 


21 


28 



AR AMERICAN REPUBLICS BUREAU t 

[The International Bureau of American Republics was created by the 1st International 
American Conference held in Washington, D. C, Oct. 2, 1889-Apr. 19, 1890, and 
was confirmed and reorganized by the 2d and 3d International American Confer- 
ences held respectively in Mexico City, Oct. 22, 1901-Jan. 31, 1902, and in Rio de 
Janeiro, July 21-Aug. 26, 1906. This bureau is an international organization sup- 
ported by contributions of tlie 21 Republics in this hemisphere, who have an equal 
interest in the institution. 

The bureau was organized in 1890, under the supervision of the Secretary of State 
of the United States, acting at the request of the Ist conference, and under authority 
of act of Congress approved July 14, 1890 (Stat. L. v. 26, p. 275). Mar. 18, 1899, 
at a conference of diplomatic representatives of the countries composing the Inter- 
national Union of American Republics it was unanimously agreed, that "the 
Bureau of American Republics shall be governed under the supervision of the Sec- 
retary of State of the United States with the cooperation and advice of four repre- 
sentatives of the other Republics composing the International Union, the five 
persons indicated to constitute an executive committee of which the Secretary of 
State is to be ex-officio chairman, or in his absence, the acting Secretary of State." 
At the 2d International American Conference, held in Mexico, it was resolved as 
follows: "Article 1. The International Bureau of the American Republics shall 
be under the control of a Governing Board composed of the diplomatic representa- 
tives of all the Governments of said Republics accredited near the Government of 
the United States of America, and of the Secretary of State of the latter nation, who 
shall be the chairman of said board." The 3d International American Conference 
enlarged the scope of the bureau without materially altering its status or organiza- 
tion. 

Notwithstanding the fact of its close connection with the Secretary of State, it has 
never been, strictly speaking, a division of the State Department of the United 
States. 

fin accordance with a resolution passed and signed by the 4th International 
American Conference held in Buenos Aires, July 12-Aug. 30, 1910, the name of 
the American Republics Bureau was changed to Pan American Union. As this 
Checklist ends with the publications of the calendar year 1909, it uses the form 
"American Republics Bureau." In accordance with the resolution above referred 
to, the title of the director was changed to "director general" and the title of the 
secretary to "assistant director." 



300 



ii 



This bureau is the custodian of the archives of the International American Confer- 
ences, and is especially charged with the performance of duties imposed upon it 
by these conferences. See also, for publications of lst-3d International American 
Conferences, 85.9^"^: 

See, for Historical sketch of International Bureau of American Republics, AR1.2: 

H62^t] 

Classlflcation 
no. 

ARl.l: Annual reports 

rdate) [From 1891 to 1898, these reports are assigned nximbers in the series of bulletins 

^ ^ (AR1.3:), though, with the exception of the report for 1891 (AR1.3:30), the bul- 

letin numbers do not appear on the publications themselves.] 

1891 [2894-8] 

1892 [3063-84] 

1893 [3160-43] 

1894 [3280-70] . ;. 

1895 [3425-241] : ■ 

1896 [3534-319] ; | 

1897 [3601-178, pt. 1] 

1898 [3728-51] 

1899 [3971-175, pt. 1] 

1900 [4149-181, pt. 1] 

1901 [4355-306] [In Monthly bulletin, v. 12, no. 4. 
rately.] 

Same, English only, with accompanying papers [4357-557] 
edition without Congressional document number.] 

1902 [4356-306] [In Monthly bulletin, v. 13, no. 6. Not issued sepa- 
rately.] 

1903 [4691-111] [No edition without Congressional document num- 
ber.] 

1904 [4844-145, pt. 1] [No edition without Congressional document 
number.] 

1905 [4910-68] [No edition without Congressional document num- 
ber.] 

1906 [In 5029-406, pt. 11] 
Same, Spanish [In 5029-406, pt. 11] 

1907 [5358-603, pt. 5] [In Monthly bulletin, v. 25, pt. 5. Not is- 
sued separately.] 

1908 [Issued separately only. Not in Congressional set.] 
Same, Spanish [Issued separately only. Not in Congressional set.] 

1909 [None issued for 1909 . 1910 report covers several previous years .] 
Annual reports (separates) 

[Some annual reports have had separate prints made in English, Spanish, PortU' 
guese, or French, as well as combined in one publication 



AIll.l«: 

(date) 

AR1.2: 

Ar3i 



Ar32 
B631 



Not issued sepa- 
[No 



Such separates are 
classed here, while the combined pamphlet is classed imder ARl.l:] 



Oeneral publications 

Argentine Republic, geographical sketch, with special reference to eco- 
nomic conditions, actual development, and prospects of future 
growth [with bibliography]. 1903. [4691-111, pt. 2] 

Argentine Republic, general descriptive data prepared in June, 1909. 
1909. [Reprinted, with additional illustrations, from Monthly 
bulletin, July, 1909 (AR1.6:29i).] 

Bolivia, geographical sketch, natural resources, laws, economic condi- 
tions, actual development, prospects of future growth [with bibli- 
ography]. 1904. [4846-145, pt. 8] 

t A later sketch, giving further historical information, is found on p. 76-83 of the 
annual report of the bureau for 1910. This report, being a 1910 publication, is not 
entered in this Checklist, but it should be classed under ARl.l :910. 



301 



Clawilflratloii 

no. 

Alll.2: 

B63' 



B633 

B73» 

B732 

B733 

C33 

C43^ 
C432 

C433 

C65^ 

C652 
C653 

C71 
C73» 

C732 

C733 
C73* 
C735 
C73« 
C737 

C738 



C73» 
C7310 



C73" 



AR. AMERICAN REPUBLICS BUREAU— C^ontinued 

General publications— Continued 

Bolivia. Catalogue of books, pamphlets, periodicals, and maps relating 
to Bolivia in Columbus Memorial Library; revised to Mar. 31, 
1905. 1905. [Interleaved.] 

Bolivia, general descriptive data prepared in June, 1909. 1909. [Re- 
printed, with omission of 1 illustration, from Monthly bulletin, 
July, 1909(AR1.6:29»).] 

Brazil. United States of Brazil, geographical sketch, with special refer- 
ence to economic conditions and prospects of future develop- 
ment. 1901. 

Brazil. List of books, magazine articles, and maps relating to Brazil, 
1800-1900, by P. Lee Phillips; supplement to Handbook of Bra- 
zil, 1901. 1901. [See, for Handbook of Brazil, AR1.2:B73 ^] 

Brazil, general descriptive data prepared in June, 1909. 1909. [Re- 
printed, with additional illustrations, from Monthly bulletin, 
July, 1909(AR1.6:29i).] 

Central America. List of books, magazine articles, and maps relating to 
Central America, including Costa Rica, Guatemala, Honduras, 
Nicaragua, and Salvador, 1800-1900; by P. Lee Phillips. 1902. 

Chile. List of books, magazine articles, and maps relating to Chile; by 
P. Lee Phillips. 1903. 

Chile, general descriptive data prepared in June, 1909. 1909. [Re- 
printed, with additional illustrations, from Monthly bulletin, 
July, 1909 (AR1.6:29i).] 

Chile, a handbook. International Bm-eau of American Republics, 
Washington, D. C. [Jime, 1909]. [Back-title reads: Chile, a gen- 
eral sketch.] 

Coffee. Report on coffee, with special reference to Costa Rican prod- 
uct; by J. B. Calvo. 1901. 

Coffee, extensive information and statistics [with bibliography]. 1902. 

Coffee. El caf6, su historia, cultivo, beneficio, variedades, produccidn, 
exportaci6n, importacion, consume, etc., datos extensos [con bib- 
liograffa] presentados al congreso relative al caf^, Nuevo York, el 
1° de octubre de 1902. Washington, D. C. [printed by Guggen- 
heimer, Weil and Co., Baltimore, Md., 1902]. 

Colombia, general descriptive data prepared in June, 1909. 1909. [Re- 
printed, with additional illustrations, from Monthly bulletin, 
July, 1909 (ARl. 6:29^).] 

Commercial directory of Latin America. 1892. iii + [1] + 438 p. 
[2895-8, pt. 11] [Congressional edition of iii + 458 p. contains 
additional entries in directory for Mexico.] 

Commercial directory of American Republics [introduction, etc.]. 1897. 
40 

Same [prospectus, sample pages, etc.]. [Aug.] 1897. 4® 

Same. [Sept.] 1897. 4° 

Same. [Revised edition.] [Sept.] 1897. 4° 

Same. [Oct.] 1897. 40 

Same. [Nov.] 1897. 40 

See, for Commercial directory of American Republics in 2 v., 
AR1.3:91. 
Commercial nomenclature [by John K. Chandler and John C. Redman]: 
V. 1, A-Machines. Apr. 1894. oblong large 8° [English, Span- 
ish, and Portuguese.] 

Same: v. 2, Mackerel-Z. Dec. 1894. oblong large 8« 
Commercial nomenclature; [by John K. Chandler and others]. [Re- 
vised edition.] Aug. 1897. large 8° [English, Spanish, and 
Portuguese.] [3602-178] 

Same. [Revised] edition. Aug. 1897 [reprint] Apr. 1908. large 8° 
[English, Spanish, and Portuguese. Not in Congressional set.] 



302 



Classification 
no. 

AR1.2: 

C73^2 



073^3 

C76 

C82 



C891 
C892 



D71 

Ec9 

G93» 
G932 

H12 

H621 

H622 
H751 

H752 

InS^ 
In82 

In83 



L34^ 
L342 



AR. AMERICAN REPUBIilCS BUREAU— Continued 

General publications — Continued 

Same, Spanish, with title, Nomenclatura comercial; [by John K. 
Chandler and others]. Abril de 1897. large 8** [Spanish, 
English, and Portuguese.] [3603-178] 
Same, Portuguese, with title, Nomenclatura commercial; [by John 
K, Chandler and others]. Abril de 1897. large 8** [Portuguese, 
Spanish, and English.] [3604-178] 

Commercial directory. Letter to President [of United States] on pre- 
senting Commercial directory of American Republics. Nov. 10, 
1897. 

Consular fees and invoices of Latin American countries, practical infor- 
mation for exporters to Latin America. 1909. 

Costa Rica, general descriptive data prepared in June, 1909. 1909. 
[Reprinted, with additional illustrations, from Monthly bulletin, 
July, 1909 (AR1.6:29i).] 

Cuba; by Gonzalo de Quesada. 1905. 

Cuba, general descriptive data prepared in June, 1909. 1909. [Re- 
printed, with additional illustrations, from Monthly bulletin, 
July, 1909(AR1.6:29i).] 

Dominican Republic, general descriptive data prepared in June, 1909. 
1909. [Reprinted, with slight changes, from Monthly bulletin, 
July, 1909(AR1.6:29i).] 

Ecuador, general descriptive data prepared in June, 1909. 1909. [Re- 
printed, with additional illustrations, from Monthly bulletin, 
July, 1909 (AR1.6:29^).] 

Guatemala, country of the future; by Charles M. Pepper. Washington, 
D. C. [no publisher] 1906. 

Guatemala, general descriptive data prepared in June, 1909. 1909. 
[Reprinted, with additional illustrations, from Monthly bul- 
letin, July, 1909 (AR1.6:29^).] 

Haiti, general descriptive data prepared in June, 1909. 1909. [Re- 
printed, with additional illustrations, from Monthly bulletin, 
July, 1909 (ARl. 6:291).] 

[Historical sketch of] International Bureau of American Republics. 
1906. t 
Same, Spanish. 1906. 

Honduras, geographical sketch, natural resources, laws, economic con- 
ditions, actual development, prospects of future growth [with 
bibliography]; by Alfred K. Moe. 1904. [4845-145, pt. 4] 

Honduras, general descriptive data prepared in June. 1909. 1909. 
[Reprinted, with additional illustration, from Monthly bulletin, 
July, 1909(AR1.6:29i).] 

International Union of American Republics. Washington [W. F. 
Roberts] 1901. 

International American Conference. [Letter to chairman and mem- 
bers of joint committee on 3d International American Confer- 
ence showing programs of previous conferences, resolutions 
passed, and results.] Dec. 27, 1905. 
See also entries under AR1.2:P19 1'2. 

International Bureau of American Republics [circular concerning his- 
tory, object and purpose, etc., of bureau]. [1909.] narrow 8° 
See, for Historical sketch, AR1.2:H62i'2. 

Latin America, land of opportunity; by John Barrett. 1909. 

Latin America. List of [books on] Latin American history and descrip- 
tion [with references to articles in magazines], in Columbus Me- 
morial Library. [Press of Gibson Brothers, Washington, D. C] 
Nov. 1, 1907. 



t A later sketch, giving further historical information, is found on p. 76-83 of the 
annual report of the bureau for 1910. This report, being a 1910 publication, is not 
entered in this Checklist, but it should be classed under AR1.1:910. 



303 



ClMslflratlon 
no. 

AIll.2: 

L343 
M57> 



M57» 

M573 
M57* 

M69 
N51 

PI91 

P192 
P19« 

P211 
P212 

P213 

P271 
P272 

P43 

P93» 

P932 
P933 
P93^ 
P93* 
P93« 
P937 
P93« 
P93» 
P961 



AR. AMERICAN REPUBLICS BUREAU— (out inufd 

General publications— Continued 

Same, supplement 1, Nov. 1, 1907-July 8, 1909. 1909. 
Mexico, geographical sketch, with special reference to economic condi- 
tions ana prospects of future development [with bibliography]. 
1900. [4149-181, pt. 3] 
Same, with title, Mexico, geographical sketch, natural resources, 
laws, economic conditions, actual development, prospects of fu- 
ture growth [with bibliography]. [Revised edition.] 1904. 
[4845-145, pt. 5] 
Mexican law in rt^rd to medical studies and practice of medical pro- 
fessions. June, 1904. [English and Spanish.] 
Mexico, general descriptive data i)repared in June, 1909. 1909. [Re- 
printed, with additional illustrations, from Monthly bulletin, 
July, 1909 (ARl. 6:29^).] 
Missiones award, special bulletin. Mar. 1895. [Preferred spelling of 

the name of the territory is " Misiones."] 
Nicaragua, general descriptive data prepared in June, 1909. 1909. 
[Reprinted, with additional illustration, from Monthly bulletin, 
July, 1909 (ARl. 6:291).] 
Pan-American Conference. Tentative programme for 4th Pan-Ameri- 
can Conference to be held at Buenos Aires, Argentina, Mav, 
1910. 1909. [Conference was postponed, its sessions being held 
July 12-Aug. 30, 1910.] 
Same, Spanish. [1909.] 
Panama, general descriptive data prepared in June, 1909. 1909. [Re- 
printed, with additional illustrations, from Monthly bulletin, 
July, 1909 (AR1.6:29i).] 
Paraguay [with bibliography]; with chapter on Native races, by J. 
Hampden Porter. 2d edition enlarged by Jos6 Segundo De- 
coud. Sept. 1902, [Known as Handbook of Paraguay. See, for 
1st edition, ARl. 3:54.] 
Paraguay. List of books, magazine articles, and maps relating to Para- 
guay, books, 1638-1903, maps, 1599-1903, by Jose Segundo De- 
coud; supplement to Handbook of Paraguay, Sept. 1902. 1904. 
[4844-145, pt. 2] [See, for Handbook of Paraguay, AR1.2:P21 \] 
Paraguay, general descriptive data prepared in June, 1909. 1909. 
[Reprinted, with additional illustration, from Monthly bulletin, 
July, 1909 (AR1.6:29i).] 
Patent and trade-mark laws of Spanish-American Republics, Brazil, 
and Haiti; revised to Oct. 1904. 1904. [4846-145, pt. 7] 
Same, Spanish, with different appendixes and with title, Leyes y 
reglamentos sobre privilegios de invenci6n y marcas de fdbrica 
en los pafses Hispano-Americanos, el Brasil y la Repiiblica de 
Haiti; revisado hasta Agosto de 1904. 1904. [4846-145, pt. 6] 
Peru, general descriptive data prepared in June, 1909. 1909. [Re- 
printed, with additional illustrations, from Monthly bulletin, 
July, 1909 (ARl. 6:29 1).] 
Price list of publications. [Mar. 1, 1895.] * [See, for issues 1897-1900, 
Bulletin 86 (ARl. 3. -86).] 
Same. [Dec. 1, 1902.] 
Same. [July 1, 1903.] [4] p. 
Same. [July 1, 1903, published 1904.] 4 p. 
Same. [Jan. 1, 1905.] 
Same. [July 1, 1905.] 
Same. [Mar. 1, 1906.] 
Same. [July 15, 1906.] 
Same. [Jan. 25, 1907.] 
Publications. [Extracts from annual reports relating to publications, 
and Price Ust.] [June 1, 1895.] large 8° 



304 



Classification 
no. 

AR1.2: 

P962 



P963 
P96^ 
P96* 
Sa3 

Sp3i 

Sp32 
Ur8 

V55» 

V552 

AR1.3: 

(nos.) 



AR. AMERICAN REPUBLICS BUREAU— Continued 

General publications — Continued 

Publications of Bureau [of American Republics], Commercial directory 
and Monthly bulletins. [Dec. 1897.] [Pamphlet of newspaper 
clippings and commendatory letters. Issued as Bulletin 91, 
but number subsequently withdrawn and assigned to Commer- 
cial directory (AR1.3:91).] 

Publications. List of publications published or distributed by Inter- 
national Bureau of American Republics. [Nov. 15, 1907.] * 
Same [with Supplement to publications for free distribution]. 

[Nov. 15, 1907, published 1908.] 
Same [without Supplement]. Washington, D. C. [no publisher, 
Aug. 1] 1909. 

Salvador, general descriptive data prepared in June, 1909. 1909. [Re- 
printed, with slight alterations, from Monthly bulletin, July, 
1909 (ARl. 6:29^).] 

Specifications for edifice for federal legislative power in City of Mexico. 
[1st edition.] [Apr. 23, 1897.] [Originally issued as Bulletin 81, 
but number subsequently withdrawn.] 
Same, with title, Specifications for building for federal legislative 
body in City of Mexico. [2d edition.] June 18, 1897. 

Uruguay, general descriptive data prepared in June, 1909. 1909. [Re- 
printed, with slight alterations, from Monthly bulletin, July, 1909 
(AR1.6:29i).] 

Venezuela, geographical sketch, natural resources, laws, economic con- 
ditions, actual development, prospects of future growth [with 
bibliography]; by N. Veloz Goiticoa. 1904. [4844-145, pt. 3] 

Venezuela, general descriptive data prepared in June, 1909. 1909. 
[Reprinted, with additional illustrations, from Monthly bulletin, 
July, 1909 (ARl. 6:29 1).] 

Bulletins (numbered) 

[1] Handbook of American Republics, Jan. 1891. [Not in Congres- 
sional set.] 
Same, 2d edition enlarged, Feb. 1891. [2894-8] 



[2] 

31 

4 

5 

6. 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 



[Not in Congressional set.] 

[2894-8] 
[2896-8] 
[2894-8] 
[2897-8] 
[2897-8] 
[2898-8] 
[2895-8] 
[2895-8] 
[2895-8] 
[2895-8] 
[2895-8] 
[2895-8] 
[2895-8] 
[2897-8] 
[2897-8] 
[2896-8] 
[2898-8] 
[2897-8] 
[2897-8] 



305 



Clasalflratlon 
no. 

AR1.3: 

(no8.) 



57 
58 
59 
60 
61 
62 
[63] 

64 
65 
66 
67 
[68] 



82452°— 11- 



AR. AMERICAN REPUBLICS BUREAU-Oontinued 

Bulletins (numbered)— Continued 

26 [2895-8] 

27 [2897-8] 

28 [2895-8] 

29 [2895-8] 

30 [2894-8] 

31 [2895-8] 

32 [2895-8] 

33 [2895-8] 

34 [2895-8] 

35 [Not in Congressional set.] 

36 [2898-8] 

37 [2896-8] 

38 [2895-8] 

39 [2895-8] 

40 [Not in Congressional set.] 

41 [Reprinted in the 6 volume edition of the Bulletins (AR1.5:1*)» 

and there considered as Bulletin 59, though still bearing its 
original number 41. Not in Congressional set.] 
[Not in Congressional set.] 
[2897-8] 
[2898-8] 
[2898-8] 
[2897-8] 
[2898-8] 
[2896-8] 
[2897-8] 
[2902 1-149] 
[29022-149] 
[29022-149] 
[29022-149] 
[29022-149] 
[29022-149] 

Supplement [to 43], import duties of Guatemala; corrected to 
June 15, 1894. [2897-8] 
[Bulletin 56 was originally designed to be a new edition of Bulletin 10, which was 

never published, and this publication, though bearing the number 69, has been 

substituted therefor.] 

[29023- 



42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
[56] 



See, for 2d edition, AR1.2:P21^ 



-149] 

[29023-149] 

^eeAR1.3:41. 

[29023-149] 

[29023-149] 

[29023-149] 

How Latin-American markets may be reached by manufacturers 
of United States. [3063-96] 

[3063-96] 

[Not issued.] 

[Not issued.] 

[3063-96] 

Republic of Guatemala, special bulletin, Feb. 1897. [Not in Con- 
gressional set.] 



306 



Classification 
no. 

AR1.3: 

(nos.) 



AR1.4: 

(nos.) 
AR1.5: 

(v. nos.) 



AR1.6: 

(v. nos.) 



AR. AMERICAN REPUBLICS BUREAU— Continued 

Bulletins (numbered) — Continued 

[69] Manual de las Repdblicas Americanas, 1891, Spanish edition of 
Bulletin 2. [Not in Congressional set.] 
[Number 69 was originally assigned to and printed on Supplement, import duties of 
Guatemala, which is now considered Bulletin 56; see AR1.3:56.] 

[Not in Congressional set.] 

Act to reduce taxation (Wilson ta,riff). [Not in Congressional set.] 

Annual report, 1892. [3063-84] 

[3160-43] 

[3280-70] 



70 
[71] 
[72] 
[73] 
[74] 
75 
76 
77 
78 
79 
[80] 
[81] 
[82] 
[83] 



Annual report, 1893. 

Annual report, 1894. 

[3601-178] 

[3601-178] 

[3601-178] 

[3601-178] 

large 8° [Not in Congressional set.] 

Annual report, 1895. [3425-241] 

Annual report, 1896. [3534-319] 

Official mailing list. [Not in Congressional set.] 

Annual report, 1897. [3601-178] 
[84] [Handbook of] Alaska. [3601-178] 
[85] [Handbook of] Hawaii. [3601-178] 

86 5 editions [Not in Congressional set.] 

See, for other issues not bearing bulletin number, ARl.2:P93^-^. 

87 [3601-178] 

88 [3601-178] 

89 large 8° [Not in Congressional set.] 

[90] Newspaper directory of Latin America. [3601-178] 

[91] Commercial directory of American Republics, v. 1,4° [3605-178] 

Same. v. 2, 4« [3606-178] 

Same, supplement containing corrections of errors in v. 2 
in Congressional set.] 
[92] Annual report, 1898. [3728-51] 

93 [3619-178] 

94 [3971-175, pt. 4] 
[Discontinued.] 

Circulars 

[None issued.] 
Bulletins (in volumes) 

[This 6 volimaed set is a rearrangement of certain Bulletins listed under AR1.3: 
which see for notes and for serial numbers of Congressional set. The 6 volumes 
here listed contain Bulletins 8, 10-30, 35-41, 43-55, 57, 58, 60-62, 64, 67, and 69. 
V. 6 appears as a whole in the Congressional set as indicated below.] 



[Not 



V. 


1, pt. 1 




Same, pt. 2 • 


V. 


2 


V. 


3 


V 


4 


V 


5, pt. 1 




Same, pt. 2 




Same, pt. 3 


V 


6 [2895-8, pt. 11] 


[Montlily] bulletins 



[Prior to July 1, 1908, many of the articles in each bulletin appeared in English, 
Spanish, Portuguese, and French. From that date, beginning with v. 27, no. 1, 
the bulletins have been published in two sections, an English section and a for- 
eign section, the latter carrying a Spanish cover and title-page, and having 



307 



ClMslfloatlun 
no. 

AR1.6S 

(v. no8.) 



V. 2, 



[no. 



[no. 



AR. AMERICAN REPUBLICS BUREAU— Continued 

[Montlily] bulletins— Continued 

Spanish, Portuguese, and French subdivisions. From Jan. 1909 to June, 1909, 
V. 28, this foreign section was not a United States public document, being then 
issued by the Latin-American Republics. Since July, 1909, It Is again printed 
at the Government Printing Office, and is listed as a United States pu))llc docu- 
ment. 
Beginning with the Issue for Apr. 1908, v. 26, no. 4, the word "Monthly" Is omitted 
from the title, and volume numbers appear In the caption and back-title, but 
not on the title-page.] 

[V. 1] 

[no. 1] Coffee in America, methods of production and facilities 
for successful cultivation in Mexico, Central American 
States, Brazil and other South American countries, 
and West Indies, n. p. Oct. 1893. [Special bulletin.] 

2] Coal and petroleum in Colombia [report of C. F. Z. Cara- 
cristi]; Commercial information, n. p. Nov. 1893. 
[Special bulletin.] 

3] Minerals and resources of northeastern Nicaragua; Coffee 
industry in Haiti, Guatemala, and Mexico; Commer- 
cial information, n. p. Dec. 1893. 
[no. 4] Finances of Chile; Recent commerce of Brazil; Tariff 
changes in Brazil; Tariff changes in Guatemala; Mar- 
ble deposits in Colombia; Government lands in Mex- 
ico; Commercial and industrial information. Jan. 
1894. 
[no. 5] Costa Rica at World's Fair; Railways of South America; 
Mining Exposition in Chile; Currency changes in 
Chile; Iron ore and manganese in Cuba; Commercial 
and industrial information. Feb. 1894. 

6] Reciprocity treaties and trade; Commercial outlook in 
Brazil; Ramie culture in southern countries; Cacao, 
bananas, and India rubber in Colombia; Development 
of British Guiana; Commercial and industrial informa- 
tion. Mar. 1894. 

7] Republic of Costa Rica, some facts and figures, by J. B. 
Calvo, 2d edition; Costa Rica at World's Columbian 
Exposition at Chicago. Washington, D. C, Apr. 1894. 
[Special bulletin.] 

8] Mexico, treasury receipts, total sources of income for 
fiscal year 1894-95; Mexican tariff modification, decree 
Apr. 30, 1894; Mexican National Library; Mexican 
fruit industry; Mexico, miscellaneous news ; Jamaica; 
Commercial and industrial information. May, 1894. 

9] Commercial and industrial information; Gold mining in 
British Guiana, correction of November bulletin, 1893; 
Import duties of Guatemala, revised. June, 1894. 
[Import duties of Guatemala, revised, which is in- 
cluded here, is same as Bulletin 56, printed 69, for 
which see AR1.3: 56.] 
[no. 10] Index to v. 1, embracing monthly bulletins Oct. 1893- 
June, 1894. Bureau of American Republics, Wash- 
ington [1894]. 



[no. 



[no. 



[no. 



[no. 



no. 


1 


no. 


2 


no. 


3 


no. 


4 


no. 


5 


no. 


6 


no. 


7 


no. 


8 


no. 


9 


no. 


10 


no. 


11 


no. 


12 


[no. 


13], index 



308 



Classification 
no. 

AR1.6: 

(v. nos.) 



AR. AMERICAN REPUBLICS BUREAU— Continued 
[Montlily] bulletins — Continued 



V. 3, no. 1 
no. 2 
no. 3 
no. 4 
no. 5 
no. 6 
no. 7 
no. 8 
no. 9 
no. 10 
no. 11 
no. 12 

[no. 13], index 
1 



V. 4, no. 
no. 



2 

no. 3 

no. 4 

no. 5 

no. 6 

no. 7 

no. 8 

no. 9 

no. 10 

no. 11 

no. 12 

[no. 13], index 
V. 5, no. 1 

no. 2 

no. 3 

no. 4 

no. 5 

no. 6 

Index [to nos. 1-6] 

no. 7 

no. 8 

no. 9 

no. 10 

no. 11 

no. 12 

Index [to nos. 7-12] 
V. 6, no. 11 

no. 2 

no. 3 

no. 4 

no. 5 

no. 6 

no. 7 

no. 8 

no. 9 

no. 10 

no. 11 

no. 12 

[no. 13], index to v. 
V. 7, no. 1] 

no. 2 

no. 3 

no. 4 

no. 5 

no. 6 
V. 8, no. 1 

no. 2 

no. 3 

no. 4 

no. 5 

no. 6. 



[3607-178] 



[3608-178] 



[3730-51] 



[3972-175] 



[3973-175] 



[4150-181] 



309 



Classification 
no. 

ARl.C: 

(v. nos.) 



AR. AMERICAN REPUBLICS BUREAU— Continued 
[Monthly] bulletins— Continued 



V. 



9, no. 

no. 

no. 

no. 

no. 

no. 
V. 10, no. 

no. 

no. 

no. 

no. 

no. 
V. 11, no. 

no. 

no. 

no. 

no. 

no. 
V. 12, no. 

no. 

no. 

no. 

no. 

no. 
V. 13, no. 

no. 

no. 

no. 

no. 

no. 
V. 14, no. 

no. 

no. 

no. 

no. 

no. 
V. 15, no. 

no. 

no. 

no. 

no. 

no. 
V. 16, no. 

no. 

no. 

no. 

no. 

no. 
V. 17, no. 

no. 

no. 
V. 18, no. 

no. 

no. 
V. 19, no. 

no. 

no. 
V. 20, no. 

no. 

no. 



[4151-323] 
[4152-356] 
[4153-356] 
> [4355-306[ 

[4356-306] 

[4522-310] 

[4523-310] 

[4524-310] 

[4525-310] 

[4692-458] 
[with appendix] f 

[4694-458] 
[4695-458] 
[4847-267] 
[4848-267] 



[4693-458] 



t Appendix is Charles M. Pepper's report on Pan-American railway, printed here 
in Spanish only. See also, for Spanish reprint of report, S5.92:P192, and for English 
edition with additions and map, S5.92:P19*. 



310 



Classification 
no. 

AR1.6: 

(v. nos.) 



AR. AMERICAN REPUBLICS BUREAU— Continued 

[MontKly] bulletins— Continued 

V. 21, no. 1" 

no. 2} [4849-267] 
no. 3 
no. 4 

no. 5[ [4850-267] 
no. 6 
V. 22, no. 1 

no. 2[ [5026-406] 
no. 3 
no. 4 

no. 5[ [5027-406] 
no. 6 
V. 23, no. 1 

no. 2[ [5028-406] 
no. 3 
no. 4 

no. 5[ [5029-406] 
no. 6 
V. 24, no. 1 

no. 2 J [5196-502] 
no. 3 
no. 4 

no. 5[ [5197-502] 
no. 6 
V. 25, no. 1 

no. 2 [5357-603] 
no. 3 J 
no. 4 

no. 5[ [5358-603] 
no. 6J 
V. 26, no. 1 

no. 2[ [5359-603] 
no. 3 J 
no. 4] 

no. 5[ [5360-603] 
no. 6] 
V. 27, no. 1, English section [5514-1000, pt. 1] 

Same, Spanish, Portuguese, French sections 
no. 2, English section [5514-1000, pt. 2] 

Same, Spanish, Portuguese, French sections 
no. 3, English section [5514-1000, pt. 3] 

Same, Spanish, Portuguese, French sections 
no. 4, English section [5515-1000, pt. 4] 

Same, Spanish, Portuguese, French sections 
no. 5, English section [5515-1000, pt. 5] 

Same, Spanish, Portuguese, French sections 
no. 6, English section [5515-1000, pt. 6] 

Same, Spanish, Portuguese, French sections [5519-1000, pt. 6] 
[no. 7], index to English section [5515-1000, index] [Notprinted 
at Government Printing OflEice.] 
28, no. l,t English section [5516-1000, pt. 7] 
[5516-1000, pt. 8] 
[5516-1000, pt. 9] 
[5517-1000, pt. 10] 
[5517-1000, pt. 11] 
[5517-1000, pt. 12] 



[5518-1000, pt. 1] 
[5518-1000, pt. 2] 
[5518-1000, pt. 3] 
[5519-1000, pt. 4] 
[5519-1000, pt. 5] 



no. 2,t English section 
no. 3,t English section 
no. 4,t English section 
no. 5,t English section 
no. 6,t English section 



fv. 28, nos. 1-6, foreign sections, are not United States public documents; see also 
note at head of AR1.6 : • 



311 



ClasRlflratlon 
no. 

AR1.6: 

(v. nos.) 



AR1.6«: 

(CT) 
AR1.7: 

''nos.) 



AR1.8: 

(CT) 
ARI.91: 

C76 



AR. AMERICAN REPUBLICS BTTREAr-Continued 

[Monthly] bulletins— Continued 
V. 28 [no. 7], index to English section [5517-1000, index] 
V. 29, no. 1, English section r5804-163, pt. 1] [This Bulletin com- 
prises descrintive aata prepared in June, 1909, for each of 
the 20 Repuolics; these descriptions were also published 
separately, with slight changes, and are listed under 
AR1.2:] 
Same, Spanish, Portuguese, French sections [Not in Con- 
gressional set.] 
no. 2, English section [5804-163, pt. 2] 

Same, Spanish, Portuguese, French sections [Not in Con- 
gressional set.] 
no. 3, English section [5804-163, pt. 3] 

Same, Spanish, Portuguese, French sections [Not in Con- 
gressional set.] 
no. 4, English section [5805-163, pt. 4] 

Same, Spanish, Portuguese, French sections [Not in Con- 
gressional set.] 
no. 5, English section [5805-163, pt. 5] 

Same, Spanish, Portuguese, French sections [Not in Con- 
gressional set.] 
no. 6, English section [5805-163, pt. 6] 

Same, Spanish, Portuguese, French sections [Not in Con- 
gressional set.] 
■[no. 7], index to English section [5805-163, index] 

Same, index to Spanish, Portuguese, French sections [Not 
in Congressional set.] 

[MontMy] bulletins (separates) 

Additions to Columbus Memorial Library (published 

with separate title-pages in back of certain Monthly bulletins) 
Accessions to library of Bureau of American Republics 

1, July-Dec. 1900 

2, Jan .-June, 1901 

3, July-Dec. 1901 

Additions to Columbus Memorial Library 

4, Jan .-June, 1902 

5, July-Dec. 1902 

6, Jan.-June, 1903 

7, July-Dec. 1903 

Accessions to library of Bureau of American Republics 

8, Jan.-June, 1904 

9, July-Dec. 1904 

Additions to Columbus Memorial Library 

10, Jan.-June, 1905 

11, July-Dec. 1905 

12, Jan.-June, 1906 

13, July-Dec. 1906 

14, Jan.-June, 1907 
[15], July-Dec. 1907 

[No more Issued up to Dec. 31, 1909. See also AR1.2:L34»>».) 

Maps 

International Sanitary Conference of American 

Republics (miscellaneous) 
[Convocation of] 2d general International Sanitary Convention, to be 

held in Washington, D. C, Oct. 9, 1905. [1905.] [English and 

Spanish.] 



312 



Classification 
no. 

ARI.92: 



902 



905 



907 



907 : 



ARl.lO: 

(v. nos.) 



AR. AMERICAN REPUBLICS BUREAU— Continued 

International Sanitary Conference of American 
Republics (proceedings) 

Transactions of 1st general International Sanitary Convention of Ameri- 
can Republics, Washington, D. C, Dec. 2-4, 1902. 1903. [4419- 
169] [English and Spanish.] 

Transactions of 2d International Sanitary Convention of American Re- 
publics, Washington, D. C, Oct. 9, 10, 12-14, 1905. 1906. [Eng- 
lish and Spanish.] 

Transactions of 3d International Sanitary Conference of American Re- 
publics, City of Mexico, Dec. 2-7, 1907. International Bureau 
of American Republics, Washington, D. C, 1909. [English 
only.] 
Same, Spanish. Oficina Internacional de las Repiiblicas America- 
nas, Washington, D. C, 1908. 

[The 4th International Sanitary .Conference was held in San Jos6, Costa Rica, Dec. 
25, 1909- Jan. 2, 1910. Proceedings not yet issued (July 31, 1911).] 

American constitutions 

[v. 1 contains pts. 1 and 2; v. 2, pts. 3 and 4. Each constitution appears in its origi- 
nal language, with translation into Spanish or English, as the case may be, the 
constitution of Brazil, in pt.'l, being in Portuguese, English, and Spanish, and 
the constitution of Haiti, in pt. 3, being in French, English, and Spanish.] 

V. 1 

V. 2 



C. COMMERCE AND LABOR DEPARTMENT 



[The act to establish the Department of Commerce and Labor, approved Feb. 14, 1903 
(Stat. L. V. 32, pt. 1, p. 825), includes the following provisions: 

That there shall be at the seat of government an executive department to be known 
as the Department of Commerce and Labor, and a Secretary of Commerce and 
Labor, who shall be the head thereof. * * * 

Sec. 4. That the following-named offices, bureaus, divisions, and branches of the 
public service, now and heretofore under the jurisdiction of the Department of the 
Treasury, and all that pertains to the same, known as the Light-House Board, the 
Light-House Establishment, the Steamboat-Inspection Service, the Bureau of Navi- 
gation, the United States Shipping Commissioners, the National Bureau of Stand- 
ards, the Coast and Geodetic Survey, the Commissioner-General of Immigration, 
the commissioners of immigration, the Bureau of Immigration, the immigration 
service at large, and the Bureau of Statistics, be, and the same hereby are, trans- 
ferred from the Department of the Treasury to the Department of Commerce and 
Labor, and the same shall hereafter remain under the jurisdiction and super- 
vision of the last-named Department; and that the Census Office, and all that per- 
tains to the same, be, and the same hereby is, transferred from the Department of 
the Interior to the Department of Commerce and Labor, to remain henceforth 
under the jurisdiction of the latter; that the Department of Labor, the Fish Com- 
mission, and the Office of Commissioner of Fish and Fisheries, and all that per- 
tains to the same, be, and the same hereby are, placed under the jurisdiction and 
made a part of the Department of Commerce and Labor; that the Bureau of For- 
eign Commerce, now m the Department of State, be, and the same hereby is, 
transferred to the Department of Commerce and Labor and consolidated with and 
made a part of the Bureau of Statistics, hereinbefore transferred from the Depart- 
ment of the Treasury to the Department of Commerce and Labor, and the two 
shall constitute one bureau, to be called the Bureau of Statistics, with a chief of 
the bureau; and that the Secretary of Commerce and Labor shall have control of 
the work of gathering and distributing statistical information naturally relating to 
the subjects confided to his Department; and the Secretary of Commerce and 
Labor is hereby given the power and authority to rearrange the statistical work of 
the bureaus and offices confided to said Department, and to consolidate any of the 
statistical bureaus and offices transferred to said Department; and said Secretary 
shall also have authority to call upon other Departments of the Government for 
statistical data and results obtained b^ them; and said Secretary of Commerce and 
Labor may collate, arrange, and publish such statistical information so obtained in 
such manner as to him may seem wise. * * * 



313 

Sec. 5. That there shall bo in the Department of Commerce and Labor a ])ureau to 
be called the liuroau of Manufactures, and a chief of said bureau. * ♦ ♦ 

Sec. 6. That there shall be in the Department of Commerce and Labor a })ureau to 
be called the Bureau of Corj^rations, and a Commissioner of Corporations who shall 
be the head of said bureau. * ♦ * 

Sec. 7. That the jurisdiction, supervision and control now possessed and exercised 
bv the Department of the Treasury over the fur-seal, salmon and other fisheries of 
Alaska ana over the immigration of aliens into the United States, its waters, terri- 
tories and any place subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are hereby transferred and 
vested in the Department of Commerce and Labor. * * * 

Sec. 13. That this Act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage: 
Proinded, however, That the provisions of this Act other than those of section twelve 
in relation to the transfer oi any existing office, bureau, division, officer or other 
branch of the public service or authority now conferred thereon, to the Department 
of Commerce and Labor shall take effect and be in force on the first day of July, 
nineteen hundred and three, and not before. 

See, for Organization and law of Department of Commerce and Labor, C1.2:Or3.] 



Classlflration 
no. 



CI. SECRETARY 



Cl.l: 

(date) 



Cl.l«: 

(date) 
C1.2: 

Ac8 

Ad2 
All 

B641 

B642 
B643 

B64 4 
C81» 

C812 
C813 
C81* 



Annual 



1903 
1904 
1905 
1906 
1907 
1908 
1909 



reports 

4670-46] 

4871-412] 

4966-71 



'5125-7' 
'5321-7' 
'5491-1048] 
;5782-109] 

Annual reports (separates; Secretary's report) 



General publications 

Acts. List of acts and resolutions affecting Department of Commerce 

and Labor passed by 59th Congress, 1st and 2d sessions. [1908.] 
Addresses at Department of Commerce and Labor flag-raising, June 17, 

1903 [and at] transfer of bureaus, July 1, 1903. 1903. ([Dept. of 

Commerce and Labor doc. 1.]) 
Alaska. Report on Alaskan fur-seal fisheries; by Edwin W. Sims, 

Solicitor of Department of Commerce and Labor. 1906. 

[5153-251] 
Books and blanks. Catalogue of books and blanks furnished to customs 

officers. 1905. [This publication bears on cover the catalogue 

number 1500. See, for earlier editions, T36.5 M] 
Same. 1906. 
Books and blanks. Catalogue of books and blanks furnished for use at 

New York custom-house. 1905. [This publication bears on 

cover the catalogue number 2151. See, for earlier editions, 

T36.52:] 

Books and blanks. Catalogue of books and blanks furnished to customs 
officers. 1907 [1908]. 

Cortelyou, George B. Address of Secretary Cortelyou [on Some agen- 
cies for extension of our domestic and foreign trade], before 
American Academy of Political and Social Science, Philadel- 
phia, Pa., Apr. 8, 1904. 1904. 

Cortelyou, George B. Address of Secretary Cortelyou [on Department 
of Commerce and Labor], before Board of Trade of Westfield, 
Mass., June 17, 1904. 1904. 

Cortelyou, George B.^ Address of Secretary Cortelyou [on Some prob- 
lems and policies of Commerce and Labor Department], at ban- 
quet of Merchants' Club, Chicago, 111., Mar. 12, 1904. 1904. 

Cortelyou, George B. Address of Secretary Cortelyou [What can the 
new Department do for lumber interests?], at banquet of National 
"WTiolesale Lumber Dealers' Association, Washington, D. C, 
Mar. 3, 1904. 1904. 



314 



Classlflcatlon 
no. 



C1.2: 

C81^ 



C81' 



D44 



El 5 



In4 

Lll 
N21 

N42y' 

Or3 

SI 5 

St2i 



St2 2 
Su7i 



Su72 
Su73 
V24 



C1.3: 

(noB.) 



CI. SECRETARY— Continued 

General publications — Continued 

CorteljAou, George B. Address of Secretary Cortelyou [on New England 
in commerce and industry], at banquet of New England Manu- 
factm-ing Jewelers and Silversmiths' Association, Providence, 
R. I., Mar. 5, 1904. 1904. 

Cortelyou, George B. Address of Secretary Cortelyou [on benefits of 
organization], at 8th annual convention of American Cotton 
Manufacturers' Association, Washington, D. C, May 11, 1904. 
1904. 

Departmental index, alphabetical arrangement of subjects in statutes 
relating to Executive Departments in general, provisions of law 
referring to particular Departments not included. 1905. 4® 
(Dept. of Commerce and Labor doc. 30.) 

Ellis Island, N. Y. Report of commission [Arthur von Briesen, Lee K. 
Frankel, Eugene A. Philbin, Thomas W. Hynes, and Ralph 
Trautmann] appointed by President Sept. 16, 1903, to investi- 
gate condition of immigration station at Ellis Island. 1904. 
(Dept. of Commerce and Labor doc. 10.) 

Foods. Hearing before commission appointed by Secretaries of Treas- 
ury, Commerce and Labor, and Agriculture to make rules and 
regulations for carrying into effect provisions of foods and drugs 
act approved June 30, 1906 [notice]. See A1.2:F73 1. 

Inheritance-tax laws, digest of principal features of laws of Great 
Britain, France, and Germany, with outline of inheritance taxa- 
tion in United States, and collection of judicial decisions relating 
thereto. Dec. 1907. 

Labor conference, proceedings of conference with representatives of 
labor [Washington, D. C], Feb. 10, 11, 1909. 1909. 

Naturalization. [Statement showing approximate number of petitions 
for naturalization filed in various courts, Sept. 27-Dec. 31, 1906.] 
Jan. 18, 1907. 

New York Harbor. Revision of New York anchorage regulations, re- 
port [of committee appointed Mar. 20, 1906]. Jan. 14, 1907. 
{See, for revised regulations, issued by Navigation Bureau, C11.2: 
N42y.] 

Organization and law of Department of Commerce and Labor [with 
bibliographies; by Clair Richards Hillyer, law clerk]. 1904. 
(Dept. of Commerce and Labor doc. 13.) 

Slocum, General, steamer. Report of commission of investigation upon 
disaster to steamer General Slocum [Lawrence O. Murray, John 
M. Wilson, C. McR. Winslow, Herbert Knox Smith, and George 
Uhler; with Report of Department of Justice on criminal pro- 
ceedings connected with Slocum disaster and life-preserver cases] . 
Oct. 8, 1904. 

Statistical reorganization, report of committee appointed by Secretary 
of Commerce and Labor to inquire into statistical work of Depart- 
ment. Mar. 2, 1908. 
Same, [with] statements of witnesses before committee. Mar, 2, 1908. 

Supplies. Schedule showing contractors and prices for miscellaneous 
supplies [for Department of Commerce and Labor] during fiscal 
year 1907. 1906. large 8« 
Same, 1908. 1907. large 8" 
Same, 1909. 1908. 4° 

Valencia, steamer. Wreck of steamer Valencia, report to President of 
Federal commission of investigation [Lawrence O. Murray, 
William T. Burwell, and Herbert Knox Smith]. Apr. 14, 1906.- 

Bulletins 

[None issued.] 



315 



ClaKKlflcatlon 
no. 




CI. 


SEC 


:rei 


^ARY- 


-Continu 


ed 


C1.4: 


Circulars 4® 












(no8.) 


1 


42 




83 




124 


165 




2 


43 




84 




125 


166 




3 


44 




85 




126 


167 




4 


45 




86 1 




127 


168 




5 


46 




87 




128 


169 




6 


47 




88 




129 t 


170 


, . 


7 


48 




89 




130 


171 




8 


49 




90 




131 


172 




9 


50 




91 




132 


173 




10 


51 




92 




133 


174 




11 


52 




93 




134 


175 




12 


53 




94 




135 


176 




13 


54 




95 




136 


177 




14 


55 




96 




137 


178 




15 


56 




97 




138 


179 




16 


57 




98 




139 


180 




17 


58 




99 




140 


181 




18 


59 




100 




141 


182 




19 


60 




101 




142 


183 




20 


61 




102 




143 


184 • 




21 


62 




103 




144 


185 




22 


63 




104 




145 


186 




23 


64 




105 




146 


187 




24 


65 




106 




147 


188 2eds. 




25 


66 




107 




148 


189 




26 


67 




108 




149 


190 




27 


68 




109 




150 


191 




28 


69 




110 




151 


192 




29 


70 




111 




152 


193 




30 


71 




112 




153 


194 




31 


72 




113 




154 


195 




32 


73 




114 




155 


196 




33 


74 




115 




156 


197 


, 


34 


75 




116 




157 


198 




35 


76 




117 




158 


199 




36 


77 




118 




159 


200 




37 


78 




119 




160 


201 




38 


79 




120 




161 






39 


80 




121 




162 






40 


81 




122 




163 






41 


82 




123 




164 




C1.5: 


Estimates of 


appropriations 


for Department of 


(date) 


1905 


Conimerce and Labor 4° 








scontinued.] 












C1.6: 


Decisions 












(nos.) 


1 


12 


23 




34 


45 


56 




2 


13 


24 




35 


46 


57 




3 


14 


25 




36 


47 


58 




4 


15 


26 




37 


48 


59 




5 


16 


27 




38 


49 


60 




6 


17 


28 




39 


50 


61 




7 


18 


29 




40 


51 


62 




8 


19 


30 




41 


52 


63 




9 


20 


31 




42 


53 


64 




10 


21 


32 




43 


54 


65 




11 


22 


33 




44 


55 


66 



t Superseded by Steamhoat Inspection Service Circular 4 (C15.4:4). 
X Superseded by Steamboat Inspection Service Circular 5 (C15.4:5). 



316 



Classification 
no. 






CI. 


SECR] 


ETAR^ 


^ — Continued 




C1.6: 


Decisions— 


-Continued 








(nos.) 


67 


76 




85 


94 


103 


112 




68 


77 




86 


95 


104 


113 




69 


78 




87 


96 


105 


114 




70 


79 




88 


97 


106 


115 




71 


80 




89 


98 


107 


116 




72 


81 




90 


99 


108 


117 




73 


82 




91 


100 


109 


118 




74 


83 




92 


101 


110 






75 


84 




93 


102 


111 





C1.7: 

C1.8: 

C43 
M32 

N421 

Sa5 



CI.91: 

(date) 



CI.92: 

(date) 



Reports on trade conditions 

See note and entries under ClO.13: 
RiQes and regulations 

[Other regulations of various kinds are issued in the series of Department circulars 
(CL4:).l 

Chicago, 111. Rules and regulations relating to anchorage and move- 
ment of vessels in harbors of Chicago. May 7, 1909. 4° 

Marblehead, Mass. Regulations for patrol of courses of German-Amer- 
ican yacht races off Marblehead, Mass., 1909. July 22, 1909. 

New London, Conn. Rules and regulations for patrol of course of 
Harvard -Yale boat races at New London, Conn., June 25, 1908. 
June 6, 1908. 

San Francisco Bay. Regulations governing patrol of San Francisco 
Bay and adjacent waters during visit of [Atlantic] Fleet. Apr. 
30, 1908. [Same, with alterations, as Special notice to mariners, 
Apr. 18, 1908, no. 16a, for which see N6. 11:908.] 

National Council of Commerce, proceedings of 
annual meetings 

[Organized Dec. 1907.] 

1907, Dec. 5, 6 [preliminary] 

1908, Dec. 10, Ist 

[No more published up to Dec. 31, 1909.] 

National Council of Commerce, proceedings of 
quarterly meeting of executive committee 

1909, Apr. 7 [Ist] 

[No more published up to Dec. 31, 1909.] 

C2. ALASKAN FISHERIES DIVISION 



[That part of the Special Agents Division of the Treasury Department having in charge the fisheries of 
Alaska was transferred to the Department of Commerce and Labor July 1, 1903, and organized as the 
Division of Alaskan Fisheries. See, for earlier publications, T35. 

On Dec. 5, 1905, by order of the Secretary of Commerce and Labor, the agents at salmon fisheries of Alaska 
originally under the immediate direction of the Secretary, were placed under the jurisdiction of the 
Bureau of Fisheries (C6.). 

The name "Division of Alaskan Fisheries" was used as late as Dec. 1, 1907, by the Commerce and Labor 
Department in "Reports relating to Alaskan seal fisheries" (C2.2:A11). 

Up to Dec. 28, 1908, there were four agents of the Department who had supervision of the Fur-Seal Islands, 
otherwise known as the islands of St. Paul and St. George in the Pribilof Group, Alaska. These agents 
reported directly to the Secretary of Commerce and Labor but were not oflicially designated as a division 
of the Secretary's office. 

The Alaskan Fisheries Division was abolished Dec. 28, 1908, when an order of the Department of Com- 
merce and Labor was issued transferring the work of these four agents to the Fisheries Bureau (C6.). 
Under the Fisheries Bureau there was created a fur-seal board which consisted of an administrative 
board of five members and an advisory board of distinguished naturalists. The administrative board 
so constituted is under the direction of the commissioner of fisheries, the advisory board being called 
upon by the Secretary of Commerce and Labor from time to time to give information to the Department. 

See, for Organization and law of Department of Commerce and Labor, C1.2:Or3.] 

C2.1: I Annual reports on salmon flslierles of Alaska 

(date) [1903, issued separately only; 1904 and 1905, in annual reports of Commerce and 

Labor Department (Cl.l:), and issued separately also. The report for 1905 is 
the last report made directly to the Secretary of Commerce and Labor. See, 
1 for later reports, under Fisheries Bureau, C6.2:A1 1 1, and C6.2:A1 1 «-6.J 



317 



GiMfllflcatlon 
no. 

C2.2: 

All 



C2.3: 

(no8.) 
C2.4: 

(nos.) 



C2. ALA8KAN FISHERIES DIVISION— Continued 



General publications 

Alaska. Reporta relating to Alaskan seal fisheries [1906 and 1907; 
W. I. Lembkey]. 1908. [5242-376J 
See, for 1904 and 1905 reports [4911-98J. 
BtQletins 
[None issued.] 
Circulars 
[None issued.] 

C3. CENSUS BUREAU 



by 



[The Census Ofllce was transferred from the Department of the Interior to the Department of Commerce 
and Labor, July 1, 1903, and the name Bm-eau of the Census was adopted. See, for earlier publications, 
I2.-I14. 

See, for Organization and law of Department of Commerce and Labor, C1.2:Or3.] 



C3.1: 

(date) 

C3.2: 

AbS 

C33 



C68 



C82 



D34 



D34' 



L97 



M84 



M842 
M848 

M84* 
Of2 

P38 



Ajinual reports 

[1904-09, in annual reports of Commerce and Labor Department (Cl.l:), and issued 
separately also. See, for report, July 1-Oct. 28, 1903, C3.2:P42.] 

General publications 

Abstract of 12th census, 1900. 3d edition. 1904. [See, for Ist and 2d 
editions, 1 13.2 :Ab8^2] 

Census. American census taking from 1st census of United States [by 
William R. Merriam; with Plans for future census work, by 
George B. Cortelyou, and Summary of census publications, 1790^- 
1900] . [1904 .] [Paper by Merriam from Century magazine, Apr, 
1903.] 

Collaboration in Federal and State statistical work, report of permanent 
committee on uniformity of schedule and cooperative work in 
census of manufactures of 1905, 20th annual convention of Com- 
missioners of State Labor Bureaus, Concord, N. H., July 12, 1904. 
1904. 

Cotton ginning. Shall cotton-ginning reports be stopped? question for 
the South to decide, letter from Director North and interview 
with Congressman Burleson; from Washington post, Dec. 30, 
1904. 1904. large 8° 

Death. Statistical treatment of causes of death, cooperative work rela- 
tive to treatment of jointly returned causes and revision of inter- 
national classification, plan proposed by Committee on Demog- 
raphy of American Public Health Association. [1903.] 

Death. Modes of statement of cause of death and duration of illness 
upon certificates of death, comparison of forms now in use in 
United States and other countries, and suggestion of modification 
of standard certificate of death in order to secure uniform and 
definite statements of causes of death, check list of registration 
officials, reports, and bulletins. [1907.] 

Lumber. Productionof lumber, lath, and shingles, 1907. 1908. [Pre- 
pared in cooperation with Forest Service.] 

Mortality statistics, [calendar year] 1905, 6th annual report, with re- 
vised rates for intercensal years 1901-04, and for quinquennial 
period 1900-04, based upon State censuses of 1905. 1907. 4° 
[See, for earlier reports, C3.5:M84.] 
Same, [calendar year] 1906, 7th annual report. 1908. 4*' 
Same, [calendar year] 1907, 8th annual report. 1909. 4*> 
[Appendix 2 was printed originally as a pamphlet entitled Tuberculosis in United 
States; see C3.2:T79.] 

Same, [calendar year] 1908, 9th annual report. 1910. 4® 
Officers and employees of Department of Commerce and Labor [May 

1] 1908. 1908. 
Pennsylvania. Extension of registration area for births and deaths, 

practical example of cooperative census methods as applied to 

Pennsylvania. [1906.] 



318 



Clas8ifi cation 
no. 

C3.2: 

P42 

P81 

P94 
P96 

R261 

R262 
R263 



St2 

T34 
T79 

Un3i 

U1132 

C3.3: 

(nos.) 



C3. CENSUS BUREAU— Continued 

General publications — Continued 

Permanent bureau. Report of director concerning administration of 
permanent bureau [July 1-Oct. 28, 1903], 1903. 

Population. Centiu-y of population growth from 1st census of United 
States to 12tli, 1790-1900; [by W. S. Rossiter]. 1909. 4» 

Property. Estimated true value of property, 1900 and 1904. [1906.] 4° 

Public debt of United States, 1870, 1880, 1890, and 1902. 1906. 4" 

Registration of births and deaths, drafts of laws and forms of certificates, 
information for local ofiicers. [1st edition.] [1904.] 
Same. [2d edition.] [1906.] 

Registration. Legal importance of registration of births and deaths, 
[with] Report of Special Committee on Vital [and Penal] Statis- 
tics to Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws. 
[1908.] 

Statistics. Census Office and coordination of statistics, reply of direc- 
tor of census to inquiries of Interdepartmental Statistical Com- 
mittee. Jan. 8, 1909. 

Thirteenth census. Important points on U. S. census [preparing pub- 
lic to give correct answers in 13th census, 1910]. [1909.] 24° 

Tuberculosis in United States; [by Cressy L. Wilbur]. [1908.] [Pre- 

Eared for International Congress on Tuberculosis, Washington, 
>. C, Sept. 21-Oct. 12, 1908. Printed also as Appendix 2 of 
Mortality statistics, 1907 (C3.2:M843).] 

Uniform municipal accounting, minutes of [1st] conference held in 
Washington [D. C], Nov. 19, 20, 1903, under auspices of Bureau 
of Census. 1904. 
Same, proceedings of 2d conference, Washington [D. C], Feb. 13, 
14, 1906. 1906. 

Bulletins 4» 

See, for Bulletins, 13th census, 1910, footnote classes for C3.14^"^: 



64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 
75 
76 
77 
78 
79 
80 
81 
82 
83 
84 
85 
86 
87 
88 
89 
90 
91 
92 
93 



1 


/See I 14.3:1. 


32 


2 


See 1 14.3:2. 


33 


3 


-See I 14.3:3. 


34 


4 


See I 14.3:4. 


35 


5 




36 


6 




37 


7 




38 


8 




39 


9 




40 


10 




41 


11 




42 


12 




43 


13 




44 


14 




45 


15 




46 


16 




47 


17 




48 


18 




49 


19 




50 


20 




51 


21 




52 


22 




53 


23 




54 


24 




55 


25 




56 


26 




57 


27 




58 


28 




59 


29 




60 


30 




61 


31 




62 



319 



ClMsIflcatlon 
no. 



C3.3: 

(no8.) 



C3.3«! 

(CT) 
C3.4: 

(nos.) 
C3.5: 

Anl 

B43 

B61 
C331 

C33- 
C491 

C49^ 

C493 

C49* 
El 2 



Ex7 



In7 

M31» 
M312 
M313 
M314 

M34» 

M342 



C3. CENSUS BUREAU— Continued 
Bulletins— Continued 



94 98 1 

95 Same. 

96 99 
See also Lai .5:1 and 100 

C3.53f34'»^ 101 

97 102 

Bulletins (separates'^ 



[Rev.od.lt 



103 
104 
105 
106 
107 
108 



Circulars 

[None issued.] 
Special reports 

Analysis. Supplementary analysis and derivative tables, 12ih census, 

1900. 1906. 4P 
Benevolent institutions, 1904. 1905. 4" 
Blind and deaf, 1900. 1906. 4« 

Central electric light and power stations, 1902. 1905. 4® [Also 
in Electrical industries, 1902 (C3.5:E12).] 
Same, 1907. 1910. 4" 
Cities. Statistics of cities having population of over 30,000, 1905; [with 
appendix, Sewerage and sewage disposal, by Moses N. Baker]. 
1907. 
Same, 1906; [with appendixes, Municipal' receipts from public 
service corporations; Uniform accounts and reports of water- 
supply systems, by Moses N. Baker]. 1908. 4° 
Same, 1907 [with appendix. Uniform system of accQunting for water- 
supply enterprises]. 1910. 40 • 
Same, 1908; [by Le Grand Powers and E. H. Maling]. 1910. 40 
Electrical industries, 1902. 1906. 4° 
Contents: 

Central electric light and power stations, 1902. 1905. 
Street and electric railways, 1902. 1905. 

Telephones and telegraphs [municipal electric fire alarm and police x>^trol 
systems, calendar year] 1902; {by Thomas Commerford Martin]. 1906. 

See also, for reports issued separately, C3.5:C33 ^' ^, St8 ^ ^ and T23 K 
Express business in United States, [fiscal year] 1907; [by Russell H. 
Snead]. 1908. 4° [Compiled by Interstate Commerce Commis- 
sion and published by Census Office.] 

See, for Interstate Commerce Commission Annual reports on statistics 
of express companies in United States, IC1.53: 
Insane and feeble-minded in hospitals and institutions, 1904; [by John 

Koren]. 1906. 4° 
Manufactures, 1905: pt. 1, United States by industries. 1907. 4» 

Same: pt. 2, States and Territories. 1907. 4° 

Same: pt. 3, Special reports on selected industries. 1908. 4* 

Same: pt. 4, Special reports on selected industries [with bibliog- 
raphies]. 1908. 4« 
Marriage and divorce, 1867-1906: pt. 1, Summary, laws, foreign sta- 
tistics. 1909. 4° 

Same: pt. 2, General tables. 1908. 4« 

[This Special report embodies results of 2 investigations, reports of which appeared 
previously as Report on marriage and divorce, 1867-86, Labor Department Special 
report 1 (Lal.5:l), and Marriage and divorce, 1887-1906, Bulletin 96 of Census 
Bureau (C3.3:96).] 



fThe original edition of Bulletin 98 bears on p. 17 the signature mark "81809 — 

09-— -3" and the revised edition, "22900—10 3." The subject matter of the 2 

editions is identical except that the revised edition contains a corrected map of 
Oklahoma and text corrections on p. 15. 



320 



Classification 
no. 

C3.5: 

M66 

M84 

Ocl 

P28 

P93 

R271 

R272 

StS* 

T231 



T232 

T68 
W37 
W84 

C3.5«: 

(CT) 
C3.6: 

C821 

C822 

C823 
C82^ 
C86 

D64 
El 2 

F451 

F452 
F53 

G281 



G282 
M311 

M312 
M313 

M34 



C3. CENSUS BUREAU— Continued 

Special reports— Continued 

Mines and quarries, 1902. 1905. 4° 

Mortality statistics, [calendar years] 1900-04. 1906. 4° [See, for later 
reports, C3.2:M84i-*.] 

Occupations at 12tli census. 1904. 4° 

Paupers in almshouses, 1904. 1906. 4" 

Prisoners and juvenile delinquents in institutions, 1904. 1907. 4* 

Religious bodies, 1906: pt. 1, Summary and general tables. 1910. 4* 
Same: pt. 2, Separate denominations, history, description, and sta- 
tistics. 1910. 4« 

Street and electric railways, 1902. 1905. 4*' [Also in Electrical indus- 
tries, 1902(C3.5:E12).] 
Same, 1907. 1910. 4° 

Telephones and telegraphs [municipal electric fire alarm and police 
patrol systems, calendar year] 1902; [by Thomas Commerford 
Martin]. 1906. 4° [Also in Electrical industries, 1902 (C3.5: 
El 2).] 

Telephones, [calendar year] 1907. 1910. 4« 

Transportation by water, [calendar year] 1906. 1908. 4» 

Wealth, debt, and taxation [in United States]. 1907. 4° 

Women. Statistics of women at work, based on unpublished informa- 
tion derived from schedules of 12th census, 1900. 1907. 4° 

Special reports (separates) 



Instructions 

Cotton ginning. Instructions to special agents, revised, cotton ginning, 
crop of 1905. [Aug. 1, 1905.] 16° 

Cotton statistics. Instructions to special agents, cotton statistics. 
[Mar. 30, 1907.] 16° 
Same. [May 20, 1909.] 16° 
Same. [July 6, 1909.] 16° 

Criminal judicial statistics. Instructions to clerks and special agents, 
criminal judicial statistics. [May 1, 1907.] 16° 

Divorce. Instructions to court clerks, statistics of divorce. [1907.] 16° 

Electrical industries. Instructions to special agents, census of elec- 
trical industries, 1907. [1908.] 16° 

Field employees. Fiscal regulations governing field employees; effect- 
ive July 1, 1906. 1906. 16° 
Same; effective Nov. 1, 1909. 1909. 16° 

Fishing industry. Instructions to special agents, census of fishing in- 
dustry, 1908. [1909.] 16° 

General statistics. Instructions to clerks and special agents, official 
statistics of cities having population of over 30,000, 1906, general 
statistics. [1906.] 16° 
Same, 1908, general statistics. [1908.] 16° 

Manufactures. Instructions to special agents, census of manufactures, 
1905. [Jan. 3, 1905.] 16° 

Manufactures, etc. Instructions to applicants for appointment as spe- 
cial agent, 1910, census of manufactures and mines and quarries, 
practical test, Nov. 3, 1909. 1909. 

Manufactures, etc. Instructions to special agents, census of manufac- 
tures, mines, quarries, petroleum, and natural gas, 1909. [1910.] 
16° 

Marriage. Instructions to special agents, statistics of marriage and 
divorce. [1907.] 16° 



321 



Classification 
nu. 

C3.6: 

M92' 

M92» 

M923 

T68 

C3.7: 

(no8.) 



C3.8»: 

(v. no8.) 



C3.82: 

(nos.) 

C3.9: 

(date) 



C3.10: 

(date) 



C3.10a: 

(CT) 
82452°. 



C3. CENSUS BUREAU— Continued 

Instructions— Continued 

Municipal fiuanre, instructions to clerks and special agents, cities con- 
taining 8,000 inhabitants and over. 1904. 12" 

Municipal finance. Instructions to clerks and special agents, official 
statistics of cities having population of over 30,000, 1906, munici- 
pal finance. [1906.] 16<» 
Same, 1908, municipal finance. [1908.] 16" 

Transportation. Instructions to special agents, census of transportation 
by water, 1906. [1906.] 16" 

Manufactures Division, Special bulletins 

[1 and 2 not printed; issued in typewritten loriu only.] 

3 
4 
5 

6 
7 
8 
9 
10 

[Discontinued.! 

Philippine Islands census, 1903 

V. 1, English ^ ^ ,. . ^ 
[1st edition] 



Same, Spanish/ 
Same, English. 

V. 2, English ■» 
Same, Spanish/ 
Same, English. 

V. 3, English -» 
Same, Spanish/ 
Same, English. 

V. 4, English | 
Same, Spanish/ 
Same, English. 



[2d edition, June 1, 1905] 
[Ist edition] 

[2d edition, June 1, 1905] 
[Ist edition] 

[2d edition, Jupe 1, 1905] 
[1st edition] 
[2d edition, June 1, 1905] 



Philippine Islands census, 1903, Bulletins 

1 
2 
3 

Cotton ginning reports large 8*» 

1905, Nov. 21 
Dec. 28 

1906, Jan. 31 
Dec. 27 

1907, Dec. 31 

1908, Dec. 31 

1909, Dec. 31 

Oflacial register [or Blue book] 4° [Biennial.] 

{Transferred from Interior Department by act approved June 7, 190(). See, for earlier 
issues, Sl.ll: and 11.25:] 

1907, v. 1 

Same, v. 2 
1909, V. 1 

Same, v. 2 
Official register [or Blue book] (separates) 



-11 21 



322 



Classification 
no. 

C3.ll: 



C76 

F211 

F21^ 

F213 

F214 

F21^ 

M28 
M36 
M38 

N42h 

N42yo 

N81c 

P38 

R34 

So8c 



V59 
V81 



C3.12 1: 

(no8.) 



C3.12 2: 

(nos.) 



C3.12 3: 

(nos.) 



C3. CENSUS BUREAU— Continued 
Heads of families at 1st census, 1790 

[It has been impossible to obtain records of Delaware, Georgia, Kentucky, New 
Jersey, Tennessee, and Virginia, as they were destroyed in 1814 when the Capitol 
was burned. For Virginia, however, tne records of State enumerations, 1782-85, 
were accessible; such records have been issued by the Census Bureau in order 
to complete this set, and the publication is classed under C3.11:VS1.] 

See, for 1st census publications, I 2. 
Connecticut. Heads of families at 1st census, 1790: Connecticut. 

1908. 4" 
Families. Heads of families at Ist census [1790, preliminary pages]. 

[1907.] 4« 
Same [letter to residents of New Hampshire, Vermont, and Maryland 

calling attention to publication]. [May 20, 1907.] 4P (A) 
Same [letter to publishers asking cooperation in making public infor- 
mation concerning publication]. [May 20, 1907.] 4** (B) 
Same [circular letter concerning publication], [May 20, 1907.] 

4MC) 
Same [letter to members of patriotic societies calling attention to 

publication]. [May 20, 1907.] AP (D) 
Maine. Heads of families at 1st census, 1790: Maine. 1908. 4° 
Maryland. Heads of families at 1st census, 1790: Maryland. 1907. 4*' 
Massachusetts. Heads of families at 1st census, 1790: Massachusetts. 

1908. 4« 
New Hampshire. Heads of families at Ist census, 1790: New Hamp- 
shire. 1907. 4° 
New York State. Heads of families at 1st census, 1790: New York. 

1908. 4° 
North Carolina. Heads of families at 1st census, 1790: North Carolina. 

1908. 4« 
Pennsylvania. 

1908. 4P 
Rhode Island. 

1908. 4« 
South Carolina. 

1908. 4« 
Vermont. Heads of families at Ist census, 1790: Vermont. 
Virginia. Heads of families, records of State enumerations, 1782-85, 

Virginia. 1908. 4° [Title reads Heads of families at 1st census, 

1790, which is incorrect.] 

Forest products [series 1907] 

[ Prepared in cooperation with Forest Service. Earlier publications issued by Forest 
Service (A13.), the annual compilation for 1906 being classed under A13.3:77.J 



Heads of families at 1st census, 1790: Pennsylvania. 

Heads of families at Ist census, 1790: Rhode Island. 

Heads of families at 1st census, 1790: South Carolina. 

1907. 40 



[Annual compilation.] 



Forest products [series 1908] 

[Prepared in cooperation with Forest Service.) 

6 



[Annual compilation.] 



Forest products [series 1909] 

[Prepared in cooperation with Forest Service.] 

1 3 

2 4 



323 



Claiislflcatlua 
no. 

C3.12^: 

(no8.) 



tC3.13: 

905 

906^ 

906- 

907 

908 

909 



C3. CENSUS BUREAU—Continued 

Forest products [Beriee 1909]— Continued 

5 8 

6 9 

7 [10] t [Annual compilation.] 

Lists of publications 

List of publicatioiivS, 10th, 11th, and 12th censuses and permanent 
bureau [IJ. [1905.] 
Same [2]. May 1, 1906. 
Same, 3. Dec. 1, 1906. 
Same, 4. Oct. 1, 1907. 
Same, 5. Jan. 1, 1908. 
Same, 6. Mar. 1, 1909. 



C4. COAST AND 



GEODETIC SURVEY 

See, for historical sketch of Survey and publications 



[Transferred from Treasury Department July 1, 1903 

of earlier date, TU. 
See, for Organization and law of Department of Commerce and Labor, C1.2:Or3.] 



C4.1: 

(date) 



C4.1«: 

(date and 
app. nos.) 



Annual reports 4» 

[An abbreviated report is also found in annual reports of Commerce and Labor De- 
partment (Cl.l:). See, for earlier reports, TU.l:] 

1904 [4825-17] 

1905 [4979-17^ 

1906 [5139-17 

1907 [5323-17 

1908 [5492-1034] 

1909 [5783-131] 

Annual reports (separates; appendixes) 



t Issued without series number. Bears title. Forest products of United States, 
1909. 

J This Checklist ends with the publications of the calendar year 1909. In 1910 the 
Census Bureau began several new series of publications and others are already planned. 
This has necessitated additional classes under C3., the series titles of which are as 
follows: 

C3.14: Bulletins, 13th census, 1910 

See, for regular series of Bulletins of permanent Census Bureau, C3.3: 
C3.14^: Bulletins, 13th census, 1910: Population (by States) 

(CT) 
C3.14^: Bulletins, 13th census, 1910: Agnculture (by States) 

(CT) 
C3.143: Bulletins, 13th census, 1910: Manufactures (by States) 

(CT) 
C3.14*: Bulletins, 13th census, 1910: Mines and quarries (by States) 

(CT) 
C3.14^: Bulletins, 13th census, 1910: [Miscellaneous] 

(CT) 
C3.14'^: Bulletins, 13th census, 1910: [U. S. general bulletins] 

(CT) 
C'S.W: Bulletins, 13th census, 1910: [U. S. special bulletins] 

(CT) 
C3.14«: Bulletins, 13th census, 1910: Irrigation (by States) 
(CT) 
C3.15: State compendiums, 13th census, 1910 

(CT) 
C3.16: Census reports [or Final volumes], 13th census, 1910 
(v. nos.) 
C3.17: [Press summaries, 13th census, 1910] 
(CT) 



324 



Classification 
no. 

C4.2: 

A112 

A113 
Ea7 

G291 
G292 
G293 
L57 

M271 

M272 
OySi 

Oy82 



Oy83 
Oy8^ 
P641 



P642 
P96» 



P962 
P963 



C4. COAST AND GEODETIC SURVEY— Continued 

General publications 

Alaska, coast pilot notes from Yakutat Bay to Cook Inlet; [by Herbert 
C. Graves]. 1908. large 8° 

Alaska, coast pilot notes on Bering Sea and Arctic Ocean; [by Herbert 
C. Graves]. 1909. large 8° [Supersedes Bulletin 40 (C4.3:40).j 

Alaska. Coast and Geodetic Survey in Alaska. 1909. 

Earth. Figure of the earth and isoatasy from measurements in United 
States; by John F. Hayford. 1909. 4" 

Geodetic operations. Report on geodetic operations in United States to 
14th conference of International Geodetic Association [Copen- 
hagen, Denmark, Aug. 4-13, 1903]; by O. H. Tittmann. 1903. 4° 

Geodetic operations in United States, 1903-06, report to 15th conference 
of International Geodetic Association [Budapest, Hungary, Sept. 
20-28, 1906]; by 0. H. Tittmann and John F. Hayford. 1906. 4° 

Same, 1906-09, report to 16th general conference of International 
Geodetic Association [London and Cambridge, England, Sept. 
22-27, 1909]; by O.H. Tittmann and John F. Hayford. 1909. 4° 

Leveling. Precise leveling in United States, 1903-07, with readjust- 
ment of level net and resulting elevations; by John F. Hayford 
and L, Pike. 1909. 4° [Supplement to Report, 1899, appendix 
8, and Report, 1903, appendix 3, by John F. Hayford.] 

Magnetic declination tables. United States magnetic declination 
tables and isogenic charts for 1902 and facts relating to the earth's 
magnetism; by L. A. Bauer. 2d edition, 1903. large 8° [See, 
for Ist edition, T11.2:M27.] 

Magnetic tables. United States magnetic tables and magnetic charts 
for 1905; by L. A. Bauer. 1908. large 8« 

Oyster bars. Survey of oyster bars, Anne Arundel County, Md., de- 
scription of boundaries and landmarks and report of work of 
Coast and Geodetic Survey in cooperation with Maryland Shell 
Fish Commission; by C. C. Yates. 1907. large 8" (Dept. of 
Commerce and Labor doc. 77.) 
Same, Somerset County, Md., description of boundaries and land- 
marks and report of work of Coast and Geodetic Survey in cooper- 
ation with Bureau of Fisheries and Maryland Shell Fish Com- 
mission; by C. C. Yates. 1908. large 8^* (Dept. of Commerce 
and Labor doc. 94.) 
Same, Wicomico County, Md. 1909. large 8« 
Same, Worcester Coimty, Md. 1909. large 8° 

Pilot rules for inland waters of Atlantic and Pacific coasts. [May, 1907.] 
large 8" [Printed by Coast and Geodetic Survey for insertion in 
volumes of United States coast pilot (C4.Q^>^: and C4.7i'2:); 
contains same matter as found on p. 3-7 of Pilot rules for inland 
waters of Atlantic and Pacific coasts (C15.8:In5^), with addi- 
tional paragraph noting where certain other laws and rules may be 
obtained.] 
Same, effective Aug. 20, 1908. 1908. large 8° [Contains same 
matter as found on p. 3-7, 11-14 of Pilot rules for inland waters of 
Atlantic and Pacific coasts (C15.8:In5'*).] 

Publications. List of publications of Coast and Geodetic Survey avail- 
able for distribution. May 1, 1908. 

Publications. List and catalogue of publications issued by Coast and 
Geodetic Survey, 1816-1902; by E. L. Burchard. 1902. [See 
T11.2:P96.] 
Same, Supplement, Jan. 1903-Aug. 1908; by R. M. Brown. 1908. 4» 

Publications. List and catalogue of publications issued by Coast and 
Geodetic Survey, 1816-1902, by E. L. Burchard; reprint, with 
Supplement, [Jan.] 1903-[Aug.] 1908 [by R. M. Brown]. 1908. 
large 8» 



325 



CiMHifleatlon 

no. 



C4.2: 

W89' 



W892 

C4.2«: 

(CT) 
C4.3: 

(no8.) 



C4.4: 

(no8.) 



C4.6: 

(date) 



C4. COAST AND GEODETIC SURVEY— Continued 

General publications — Continued 

Work of (must uiul CJeodctic Survey. [Int edition.] J905. 

[This compilation ooiisi.sUs of la leoflete, oriRinally i.ssiied separately for distribution 
at World's Coluinbian Expasition, (Miicugo, 111^ 18«;5 (T11.20:): later revised In 
leaflet form for dislribution ut Pan-American Exposition, Hiillalo, N. Y.. 1901 

i Til. 18:); and Inter revised again in leaflet form for distribution at Louisiana 
'urchase Exposition, St. Louis, Mo., 1904 (C4.10:). In 1905, the leaflets were 
reissued as ti»e 1st edition of the pamphlet here listed.] 

Same. 2d edition. 1909. [Printed for distribution at Alaaka- 
Yukon-Pacific Exposition, Seattle, Waah., 1909.] 

General publications (separates) 



BuUetlns 4° 

1-35. See T11.3:l, 2. 

36 3d edition See, for 1st and 2d editions, Tll.3:33«. 

37 /S6eT11.3:337. 

38 >SceTll.3:338. 

39 ;S€eTll.3:33«. 

40 5th edition [Superseded by Alaska, coast pilot notes on Bering 

Sea and Arctic Ocean (C4. 2 :A11^). See, tor l8t-4th editions, 
T11.3:3^o.] 

41 /See Til. 3:3 41. 

[Discontinued except for new editions of those that have been published.] 

Circulars 4'» 

[From its earliest organization this bureau has issued circulars, some of which are 
printed, but it was not imtil Jan. 1, 1900, that the numbered series began under 
Treasury Department. Recent issues under Commerce and Labor Department 



1-48 

49 t 

50 t 
51 1 
52 1 
53 t 
54' 
55' 
56 
hi 



are knovvTi as " C'oast and Geodetic Survey serial no. 
Survey circular, serial no. — ."] 

See Tll.4:l-48. 



or "Coast and Geodetic 



(Bureau circular 6.) 
(Bureau circular 7.) 



58 1 

69- 

60: 

[61] 

[62] 

[63] 

[64] 
65 
66 1 



(Bureau circular 8.) 

See Treasury Dept. circular 

11, 1905 (T1.4:). 
See Dept. circular 67 (CI. 4 

67). 
See Dept. circular 66 (Cl.4 

66). 
See Dept. circular 76 (Cl.4 

76). 
-S«6CS1.72:C63. 
(Bureau circular 9.) 



[67] 



[69] 

70 
71 
72 1 
73 1 
74 1 
[75] 

[76] 

77 t 
78 1 
[79] 

80 1 
81 
[82] 



See Dept. circular 90 (Cl.4: 

90). 
(Bureau circular 10.) 
See Dept. circular 94 (Cl.4: 

94). 
(Bureau circular 11. 
(Bureau circular 12. 



See Treasury Dept. circular 

67, 1906 (T1.4:) 
See Dept. circular 124 (Cl.4: 

124). 



See Dept. circular 153 (Cl.4: 
153). 



See Dept. circular 201 (Cl.4: 
201). 

Catalogues of charts, coast pilots, and. tide tables 4« 

See, for earlier editions, T11.5: 
1903 
1905 
1907 
1908 

Same, Supplement 



t Executed by manifold process and not printed. 



326 



Classlflcatlon 
no. 

C4.5: 

(date) 

(pt. nos.) 



P83 

903 

906 

908 
909 



C4. COAST AND GEODETIC SURVEY— Continued 

Catalogues of cliarts, coast pilots, and tide tables- 
Continued 

1909 

Same, Supplement 
United States coast pilot, Atlantic Coast large 8° 

See, for earlier editions, Til. 6: 
pts. 1-2, supplement to 2d edition July 12, 1905 

Same, supplement to 2d edition Nov. 15, 1906 

Same, supplement to 2d edition Sept. 18, 1908 
pt. 3 2d edition 

Same, supplement to 2d edition Nov. 20, 1906 

Same, supplement to 2d edition Aug. 20, 1908 
pt. 4 4tli edition 

Same, supplement to 4th edition Nov. 24, 1906 

Same, supplement to 4tli edition Dec. 10, 1907 

Same. 5tli edition 
pt. 5 3d edition 

Same, supplement to 3d edition Dee. 6, 1906 

Same, supplement to 3d edition Aug. 17, 1908 

Same. 4th edition 
pt. 6, supplement to 2d edition June 1, 1904 

Same,, supplement to 2d edition July 17, 1905 

Same. 3d edition 

Same, supplement to 3d edition Oct. 16, 1908 
pt. 7, supplement to 2d edition Mar. 23, 1904 

Same, supplement to 2d edition Nov. 15, 1905 

Same. 3d edition 

Same, supplement to 3d edition Jan. 1, 1908 

Same, supplement to 3d edition Oct. 30, 1908 
pt. 8, supplement to 2d edition June 1, 1904 

Same, supplement to 2d edition Aug. 1, 1905 

Same, supplement to 2d edition Nov. 1, 1906 

Same. 3d edition 

United States coast pilot, West Indies 

Porto Rico. United States coast pilot. West Indies, Porto Rico [and 
adjacent islands; by Herbert C. Graves]. 1st edition, 1906. 
large 8° 

United States coast pilot, Pacific Coast: California, 
Oregon, and Wasliington 

[See, for earlier coast pilots for California, Oregon, and Washington, Til. 7 1;] 

United States coast pilot, Pacific Coast: California, Oregon, and Wash- 
ington; by Harry L. Ford]. [Ist edition.] 1903. large 8° ^ 
United States coast pilot, Pacific Coast: California, Oregon, and Wash- 
ington, supplement to 1st edition. Dec. 15, 1906. large 8° 
Same. Oct. 2, 1908. large 8° 
United States coast pilot, Pacific Coast: California, Oregon, and Wash- 
ington; [by Harry L. Ford]. 2d edition [revised by Ferdinand 
• Westdahl]. 1909. large 8« 

United States coast pilot. Pacific Coast: Alaska, 
pt. 1, Dixon Entrance to Yakutat Bay 

[See, for earlier editions, TU.72: 

Up to Dec. 31, 19()9, no edition of pt. 2 has been published. It is expected that pt. 2 

will be coast pilot for the coast islands to northward and westward of Yakutat 

Bay.] 



327 



riaNNlflratloii 
no. 

904» 

9042 
906 

908 



C4.8: 

(date) 

C4.9: 

(nos.) 
C4.10: 

(nos.) 



C4:.ll : 

(nos.) 



C4.12: 

F451 



CI. COAST AND GEODETIC SURVEY— rontinued 

United States coast pilot, Pacific Coast: Alaska, pt. 
1, Dixon Entrance to Yakutat Bay— Continued 

United States coa^t pilot, Pacific (^oast: Alaska, pt. 1, Dixon Entrance 

to Yakutat Bay, supplement to 4th edition. Apr. 1, 1904. 

large 8" 
Coast pilot notes on Warren < 'hanriel and Davidson Inlet, west coast of 

Prince of Wales Island, southeast Alaska. 1904. large 8" 
United States coast pilot, Pacific Coast: Alaska, pt. 1, Dixon Entrance 

to Yakutat Bay, supplement to 4th edition. May 1, 1906. large 

8° 
United States coast pilot. Pacific Coast: Alaska, pt. 1, Dixon Entrance 

to Yakutat Bay, with inland passage from Juan de Fuca Strait 

to Dixon Entrance; [by George Davidson]. 5th edition [revised 

by Herbert C. Graves]. 1908. large 8° 

Laws relating to Coast and Geodetic Survey 

See, for early editions, Til. 8: 
[None issued under Commerce and Labor Department.] 
Maps and charts 

See, for earlier editions, T11.9: and Til. 10: 

Leaflets for distribution from Survey's exhibit at 
Louisiana Purcbase Exposition, St. Louis, 
Mo. 12» 

13 



1 4 


7 


10 




2 5 


8 


11 




3 6 


9 


12 




See also C4.2:W89' 


, Tn.l8:, 


and T11.20: 




Notice to mariners 4« 


[Monthly.] 




1-299 ^ecTll.ll: 








300 


320 




340 


301 


321 




341 


302 


322 




342 


303 


323 




343 


304 


324 




344 


305 


325 




345 


306 


326 




346 


307 


327 




347 


308 


328 




348 


309 


329 




349 


310 


330 




350 


311 


331 




351 


312 2 editions 


332 




352 


313 


333 




353 


314 


334 




354 


315 


335 




355 


316 


336 




356 


317 


337 




357 


318 


338 




358 


319 


339 




359 



[Beginning with Jan. 1, 1908, the monthly Notice to mariners, issued bv the Coast and 
Geodetic Survey (excepting those pertainini? to the Philippine Islands, C4. 18 «:), 
was consolidated with and made a part of the Weoklv notice to mariners, issued 
by the Light-House Board (09.20:). and was issued by the Light-House Board 
until Jan. 1, 1909, when it began to be issued jointly by the Light-House Board 
and the Coast and fJeodetic Survey. The joint notice, mimbered consecutively 
for each year, is still classed under C9.26:] 

Rules, regulations, and Instructions 

See, for earlier editions. Til. 12: 
Field work. General instructions for field work of Coast and Geodetic 
Survey. 1908. 



328 



Classlflcation 
no. 

C4.12: 

F452 
F453 

C4.13: 

(date) 



C4.14: 

(date) 



€4.15: 

(date) 



C4.16: 

B19 

C412 
H75 

Si8 

V67 

€4.17: 

(CT) 



C4. COAST AND GEODETIC SURVEY— Continued 

Rules, regulations, and instructions— Continued 
Same, errata and additions. [1909.] 3 p. 
Same, errata and additions. [1909.] p. 38a-f. 

Tide tables, Atlantic Coast, for [calendar year] 

large 8° 

[From Tide tables for year (C4.15:). Printed during the year preceding Hie 

one for whicti tides are predicted.] 

See, for earlier editions, Til. 13: 
1904 
1905 
1906 
1907 
1908 
1909 
1910 

Tide tables, Pacific Coast, for [calendar year] large 8° 

[From Tide tables for year (C4.15:). Printed during the year preceding the 

one for which tides are predicted.] 

See, for earlier editions, Til. 14: 
1904 
1905 
1906 
1907 
1908 
1909 
1910 

Tide tables for [calendar] year large 8° 

[Printed during the year preceding the one for which tides are predicted,] 

See, for earlier editions, Til. 15: 
1904 
1905 
1906 
1907 
1908 
1909 
1910 

Results of observations made at Coast and Geo- 
detic Survey magnetic observatory 

Baldwin, Kans. Results of observations made at Coast and Geodetic 
Survey magnetic observatory at Baldwin, Kans., 1901-04; by 
Daniel L. Hazard. 1909. 4° 

Cheltenham, Md. Results of observations made at Coast and Geodetic 
Survey magnetic observatory at Cheltenham, Md., 1901-04; by 
Daniel L. Hazard. 1909. 4^ 
Same, 1905-06; by Daniel L. Hazard. 1909. 4« 

Honolulu, Hawaii. Results of observations made at Coast and Geo- 
detic Survey magnetic observatory near Honolulu, Hawaii, 
1902-04; by Daniel L. Hazard. 1909. 4° 

Sitka, Alaska. Results of observations made at Coast and Geodetic 
Survey magnetic observatory at Sitka, Alaska, 1902-04; by Dan- 
iel L. Hazard. 1909. 4° 

Vieques, P. R. Results of observations made at Coast and Geodetic 
Survey magnetic observatory at Vieques, P. R., 1903-04; by 
Daniel L. Hazard. 1909. 4° 

Specifications 

[Various specifications have been issued under Commerce and Labor Department, 
but none of them are in the Public Document^ Library. See, for earlier specifi- 
cations, T11.17:] 



329 



CUaHlfloatlon 
no. 

C4.18': 

(date) 



C4.18 2: 

(date) 



C4. COAST AND GEODETIC SURVEY— Continued 

Coast and Geodetic Survey suboffl.ce, Manila, 
Catalogues of charts, sailing directions, and 
tide tables of Pliliippine Islands 

See, for earlier issues, Til. 19': 
1905 
1906 

Coast and Geodetic Survey subofflce, Manila, 
Pliilippine Islands notice to mariners 

See, for earlier editions, T11.192: 



1903, no. 7, July 
no. 8, Aug. 
no. 9, Oct. 
no. 10, Oct. 
no. 11, Oct. 
no. 12, Dec. 

1904, no. 1, Jan. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 



2, Feb. 

3, Mar. 

4, Apr. 

5, May 

6, July 

7, Aug. 

8, Sept. 

9, Oct. 
no. 10, Nov. 
no. 11, Nov. 
no. 12, Dec. 

1905, no. 1, Jan. 



no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 



no. 10, Aug 
no, 11, Sept, 
no. 12, Oct. 
no. 13, Oct. 
no. 14, Dec. 
no. 15, Dec. 
1906, no. 1, Jan. 
no. 2, Feb. 
no. 3, Mar. 
no. 4, May 
no. 5, June 



2, Feb. 

3, Mar. 

4, Apr. 

5, May 

6, June 15 

7, June 20 

8, July 7 

9, July 27 
11 

1 
3 

24 
1 

18 



19 
13 
10 

15 

8 



C4.18 3: 
(sec. nos.) 



1906, no. 


6, June 20 


no. 


7, Aug. 


1 


no. 


8, Sept. 


1 


no. 


9, Oct. 


20 


no. 


10, Nov. 


28 1 


1907, no. 


1, Jan. 


2 


no. 


2, Jan. 


26 


no. 


3, Mar. 


1 


no. 


4, Mar. 


18 


no. 


5, Apr. 


17 


no. 


6, May 


17 


no. 


7, June 


22 


no. 


8, July 


27 


no. 


9, Aug. 


26 


no. 


10, Sept. 


25 


no. 


11, Oct. 


26 


no. 


12, Nov. 


25 1 


1908, no. 


1, Jan. 


23 


no. 


2, Mar. 


5 


no. 


3, Mar. 


20 


no. 


4, Apr. 


30 


no. 


5, May 


29 


no. 


6, June 


29 


no. 


7, July 


31 


no. 


8, Aug. 


10 


no. 


9, Sept. 


10 


no. 


10, Oct. 


5 


no. 


11, Oct. 


19 


no. 


12, Nov. 


14 


no. 


13, Dec. 


14 1 


1909, no. 


1, Jan. 




no. 


2, Mar. 


10 


no. 


3, May 


3 


no. 


4, June 


14 


no. 


5, July 


20 


no. 


6, Sept. 


3 


no. 


7, Oct. 


22 


no. 


8, Dec. 


6t 


rvey subofflce, Manila, 



Coast and Geodetic 

Philippine Islands sailing: directions 

See, for earlier editions. Til. 19^: 
sec. 1 2d edition 

Same. 3d edition 

Same, supplement to 3d edition 
sec. 2 2d edition 

Same, supplement to 2d edition 

Same. 3d edition 
sec. 3 2d edition 

Same, supplement to 2d edition 

Same. 3d edition 



t Last issue for year. 



Classification 
no. 

€4.183: 

(sec. nos.) 



€4.18^: 
(date) 



330 



C4. COAST AND GEODETIC SURVEY— Continued 

Coast and Geodetic Survey subofflce, Manila, Phil- 
ippine Islands sailing directions— Continued 

sec. 4 2d edition 

Same, supplement to 2d edition 

Same. 3d edition 
sec. 5 2d edition 

Same, supplement to 2d edition 
sec. 6, supplement to 1st edition 
sec. 7, supplement to Ist edition 
sec. 6 and 7 2d edition See, for 1st edition, Tll.lQ^rG, 7. 

Coast and Geodetic Survey suboflice, Manila, 
General instructions for coast surveys in 
Pliilippine Islands 



1906 



C5. CORPORATIONS BUREAU 



[Created under act approved Feb. 14, 1903. The Bureau was organized Feb. 25, 1903, when the commis- 
sioner of corporations took the oath of office. 
See, for Organization and law of Department of Commerce and Labor, C1.2:Or3.] 



C5.1: 

(date) 

C5.2: 

B39 

C81 



C821 

082 2 
C823 

C82^ 
C82^ 

C82« 
In8 

P441 
P44 2 



P443 
P444 
P445 

St2 



Annual reports 

[1904-09, in annual reports of Commerce and Labor Department (Cl.l:), and issued 
separately also. Report for 1904, covering period from Feb. 25, 1903, to Jtme 30, 
1904, also published as Congressional docimient, [4830-165].] 

General publications 

Beef industry. Report of commissioner of corporations on beef indus- 
try, IVIar. 3, 1905. [Corrected edition.] 1905. [4833-382] [1st 
edition, having one preliminary leaf, was also issued.] 
Corporations. Taxation of corporations: pt. 1, New England, report on 
system of taxing ihanufacturing, mercantile, transportation, and 
transmission corporations in Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, 
Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut. May 17, 1909. 
[Other parts not issued up to Dec. 31, 1909.] 
Cotton. Report of commissioner of corporations on cotton exchanges: 
pt. 1, Methods of establishing grade differences for future con- 
tracts. May 4, 1908. [5322-949] 
Same, summary. May 4, 1908. [5322-912, pt. 1] 
Same: pt. 2, Classification of cotton; pt. 3, Range of grades deliver- 
able on contract. May 29, 1908. [5322-949] 
Same, summary. May 29, 1908. [5322-912, pt. 2] 
Same: pt. 4, Effect of future contracts on prices of cotton; pt. 5, 
Influence of producers' organizations on prices of cotton. Dec. 6, 
1909. [Not in Congressional set.] 
Same, summary. Dec. 6, 1909. [Not in Congressional set.] 
Interstate commerce law as changed by act of June 29, 1906; [compiled 

by C. R. Hillyer]. 1906. 4° [5080-266] 
Petroleum. Report of commissioner of corporations on transportation 

of petroleum. 1906. [5040-812] 
Petroleum. Report of commissioner of corporations on petroleum 
industry: pt. 1, Position of Standard Oil Company in petroleum 
industry. 1907. 
Same: pt. 2, Prices and profits. 1907. 
Same: pt. 3, Foreign trade. 1909. 
Petroleum. Summary of report of commissioner of corporations on 

transportation of petroleum. 1906. [4915-428] 
Standard Oil Company. Statement of commissioner of corporations in 
answer to allegations of Standard Oil Company concerning its 
conviction at Chicago for accepting concessions on shipments 
over Chicago & Alton Raihoad. Dec. 30, 1907. 



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C5. CORPORATIONS BUREAU— Continued 

General publications— Continued 

Tobacco. Report of commiBHioner of corporations on tobacco industry: 
pt. 1, Position of tobacco combination in industry, 1, History of 
tobacco combination, 2, Present organization and business of 
tobacco combination, 3, Development of combination's control 
of tobacco industry. Feb. 25, 1909. [Other parts not issued 
up to Dec. 31, 1909.] 

Transportation. Report of commissioner of corporations on transpor- 
tation by water in United States: pt. 1, General conditions of 
transportation by water. July 12, 1909. 
Same: pt. 2, Water-borne traffic. July 19, 1909. [The concluding 
part, pt. 3, not issued up to Dec. 31, 1909.] 

Bulletins 

[None issued.] 
Circulars 

[None issued.] 

C6. FISHERIES BUREAU 

[The Fish Commission, formerly an independent Government publishing office, was placed under the 
Commerce and Labor Department July 1, 1903, and the name Bureau of Fisheries was adopted. See, for 
earlier publications, Fish Commission (FC). 

The work of the Alaskan Fisheries Division (C2.) was transferred to Fisheries Bureau Dec. 28, 1908; see, for 
further historical information, note under C2. 

See, for Organization and law of Department of Commerce and Labor, C] .2:Or3.] 



Classlfloatioii 
no. 

C5.2: 

T55 



T68» 

T682 

C5.3: 

(nos.) 
C5.4: 

(nos.) 



C6.1: 

Cdate) 



C6.1«: 

(date) 



C6.1«: 

(CT) 

C6.2: 



AH 



A113 



Annual reports 

[1904-09, in annual reports of Commerce and Labor Department (Cl.l:), and issued 
separately also. 

Report for 1904, with appendixes, also appears as Congressional document [4897-479]. 

Report for 1905, without special papers, appears as Congressional document [4989-717]. 

Report for 1906 is not in Congressional set. 

1905-09, the commissioner's report for general distribution is a pamphlet only, except 
as it is included in annual reports of Commerce and Labor Department (Cl.l:). 
The special papers which prior to 1905 were issued as appendixes are now issued 
as independent publications, for which, see under C6.2: For its own. use and for 
limited special distribution, the bureau has bound a small mmaber of copies of a 
collection of papers, including the commissioner's report, under the title " Report 
of commissioner of fisheries, fiscal year — , and special papers."] 

Annual reports (separates; commissioner's report) 

[The separate of the conmiissioner's report for 1904 is the only one to be classed here. 
Beginning with the 1905 report, both tlie pamphlets and the copies which are 
bound by the bureau for its own use and for limited special distribution are to be 
classed imder C6.1:] 

Annual reports (separates; miscellaneous) 

[The miscellaneous separates of the 1904 report are the only ones to be classed here. 
Beginning with the 1905 report, the appendixes have appeared as independent 
publications, for which, see under C6.2:] 

General publications 

Alaska. Fisheries of Alaska in 1906: [Report on fisheries of Alaska, by- 
John N. C-obb; Report on inspection of salmon fisheries, by- 
Howard M. Kutchin]. 1907. (Bureau of Fisheries doc. 618.) 
[Also in Report of commissioner of fisheries, 1906, and special 
papers (C6.1:906-).] 
On Dec. 5, 1905, by order of the Secretary of Commerce and Labor, the agents at 
salmon fisheries of Alaska, originally im.ler the immediate direction of the Secre- 
tary, were placed under the jurisdiction of the Bureau of Fisheries. See, for 
earlier reports, C2.1:, and for reports for 1907-09, C0.2:A1 1 «-8.] 

Alaska. Some observations on salmon and trout in Alaska; [by F. M. 
Chamberlain]. 1907. (Bureau of Fisheries doc. 627.) [Also 
in Report of commissioner of fisheries, 1906, and special papers 
(C6.1:9062).] 

Alaska. Commercial fisheries of Alaska in 1905; by John N. Cobb. 
[1906.] (Bureau of Fisheries doc. 603.) [Also in Report of com- 
missioner of fisheries, 1905, and special papers (C6.1:905'-).] 



332 



Classlflcation 
no. 



C6.2: 

All 



AU-^ 
All« 
All- 
AUs 

AlP 
Aq3 
At6 
C76 

D49 

F521 
F52 2 
F523 
F531 
F532 

F731 
F732 



C6. FISHERIES BUREAU— Continued 

General publications— Continued 

Albatross. Dredging and hydrographic records of fisheries steamer 
Albatross for 1904 and 1905. 1906. (Bureau of Fisheries doc. 
604.) [Also in Report of commissioner of fisheries, 1905, and 
special papers (C6. 1:905-).] 
Same, 1906. 1907. (Bureau of Fisheries doc. 621.) [Also in 
Report of commissioner of fisheries, 1906, and special papers 
(C6.1:906-).] 

Alaska. Fisheries of Alaska in 1907; [by Millard C. Marsh and John IJf . 
Cobb]. 1908. (Bureau of Fisheries doc. 632.) [Also in Report 
of commissioner of fisheries, 1907, and special papers (C6. 1:907 -).] 
Same, 1908; [by Millard C. Marsh and John N. Cobb]. 1909. (Bu- 
reau of Fisheries doc. 645.) [Also in Report of commissioner of 
fisheries, 1908, and special papers (CG. 1:908-).] 
Same, 1909; [by Millard C. Marsh and John N. Cobb]. 1910. (Bu- 
reau of Fisheries doc. 730.) [Also in Report of commissioner of 
fisheries, 1909, and special papers (C6.1:909-).] 
See, for earlier reports, C2.1:, C6.2:A1 l^^ e, 7^ 

Alaska. Fur-seal fisheries of Alaska in 1909; [by Walter I. Lembkey]. 
1910. (Bureau of Fisheries doc. 735.) [Also in Report of com- 
missioner of fisheries, 1909, and special papers (C6. 1:909^).] 

Aquatic plants in pond culture; [by John W. Titcomb]. 1909. (Bu- 
reau of Fisheries doc. 643.) [Also in Report of commissioner of 
fisheries, 1907, and special papers (06.1:907^).] 

Atlantic States. Statistics of fisheries of Middle A tiantic States for 1904. 
1907. (Bureau of Fisheries doc. 609.) [Also in Report of com- 
missioner of fisheries, 1905, and special papers (C6.1:905').] 

Connecticut. Fishes of Connecticut lakes and neighboring waters [by 
W. C. Kendall and E. L. Goldsborough]; with notes on plankton 
environment [by A. A. Doolittle]. 1908. (Bureau of Fisheries 
doc. 633.) [Also in Report of commissioner of fisheries, 1907, and 
special papers (C6. 1:907^).] 

Devils Lake, N. Dak., study of physical and biological conditions, with 
view to acclimatization of fish; [by Thomas E. B. Pope]. 1908. 
(Bureau of Fisheries doc. 634.) [Also in Report of commissioner 
of fisheries, 1907, and special papers (C6. 1:907-).] 

Fish. Distribution of fish and fish eggs, fiscal year 1907. 1907 [1908]. 
(Bureau of Fisheries doc. 630.) [Also in Report of commissioner 
of fisheries, 1907, and special papers (C6. 1:907-).] 
Same, 1908. 1909. (Bureau of Fisheries doc. 644.) [Also in 
Report of commissioner of fisheries, 1908, and special papers 
(C6. 1:908^).] 
Same, 1909. 1910. (Bureau of Fisheries doc. 728.) [Also in Re- 
port of commissioner of fisheries, 1909, and special papers 
(C6.1:909 2).] 

Fisheries Bureau. [Origin and functions of] Bureau of Fisheries, n. p. 
[1905]. [Printed for distribution at Lewis and Clark Centennial 
Exposition, Portland, Oreg., 1905.] 

Fisheries Bureau. United States Bureau of Fisheries, its establish- 
ment, functions, organization, resources, operations, and achieve- 
ments; [by Hugh M. Smith]. 1908. large 8« [Printed for dis- 
tribution at International Fishery Congress, Washington, D. C, 
. Sept. 22-26, 1908.] 

Food fishes. Propagation and distribution of food fishes, 1905. [1906.] 
(Bureau of P'isheries doc. 602.) [Also in Report of commissioner 
of fisheries, 1905, and special papers (C6. 1:905'-^).] 

Food fishes. Distribution of food fishes, fiscal year 1906. 1907. (Bu- 
reau of Fisheries doc. 613.) [Also in Report of commissioner of 
fisheries, 1906, and special papers (C6. 1:906^).] 



333 



CISHslflratlon 
no. 

C6.2: 

G79 

In8 
N42e 

Oy8 
Pll 

Un8 

W55 

C6.3: 

(v. nos.) 



C6.3«: 

(CT) 
C6.4: 

(nos.) 

C6.6: 

(nos.) 



yea 
Rei 



CC. FISHERIES BUREAU— Continued 

Oeneral publications— ('ontinued 

Grayling. Culture of Montana prayHng; [by James A. Henshall]. 
1907. (Bureau of Fisherioa doc, 028.) [AIho in Report of com- 
missioner of fisheries, 1906, and special papers (C6. 1:906"-).] 

International Fishery Congress, [notice of meeting of] 4th congress, 
Washington [D. C], Sept. 22-20, 1908. [1908.] 4« 

New England. Statistics of fisheries of New England States, [calendar 
ear] 1905. 1907. (Bureau of Fisheries doc. 620.) [Also in 
port of commissioner of fisheries, 1906, and special papers 
(C6.1:9060.] 

Oysters. Survey of oyster bottoms in Matagorda Bay, Tex.; [by H. F. 
Moore]. 1907. (Bureau of Fisheries doc. 610.) [Also in Report 
of commissioner of fisheries, 1905, and special papers (C6. 1:905'^).] 

Pacific Coast. Commercial fisheries of Pacific Coast States in 1904; [by 
William A. Wilcox]. 1907. (Bureau of Fisheries doc. 612.) 
[Also in Report of commissioner of fisheries, 1905, and special 
papers (C6.1:905 2).] 

Unutilized fishes and their relation to fishing industries [with bibliog- 
raphy; by Irving A. Field]. 1907. (Bureau of Fisheries doc, 
622.) [Also in Report of commissioner of fisheries, 1906, and 
special papers (C6, 1:906-),] 

Whalebone, its production and utilization; [by Charles H. Stevenson]. 
1907. (Bureau of Fisheries doc. 626.) [Also in Report of com- 
missioner of fisheries, 1906, and special papers (C6. 1:906 2).] 

Bulletins large 8° 

V. 1-23 SeeFCl.S: 

V, 24, 1904 [4898-i80] 

[Beginning with v. 25, bound copies appear only in the Congressional edition and a 
small edition ordered by the Dureau for its own use, but not for general distribu- 
tion.] 

V. 25, 1905 [5052-929 

V. 26, 1906 [5189-356 

V. 27, 1907 [5324-981] 

V. 28, 1908, pt. 1 [5493^-1571] 

Same, pt. 2 [5493^-1571] 
V. 29, 1909 [5784-122] 
Bulletins (separates) 

[The various articles in the Bulletins are issued sei)arately in advance of the volumes.] 

Circulars 

[These circulars are usually typewritten and not printed. As the file in the Public 
Documents Library is so incomplete, no attempt is made to list them.] 



Statj 


stical bi 


illetln 


s various sizes 






1-136. 


See FC1.5: 












137 


152 


167 


182 


197 


212 


227 


138 


153 


168 


183 


198 


213 


228 


139 


154 


169 


184 


199 


214 


229 


140 


155 


170 


185 


200 


215 


230 


141 


156 


171 


186 


201 


216 


231 


142 


157 


172 


187 


202 


217 


232 


143 


158 


173 


188 


203 


218 


233 


144 


159 


174 


189 


204 


219 


234 


145 


160 


175 


190 


205 


220 


235 


146 


161 


176 


191 


206 


221 


236 1 


147 


162 


177 


192 


207 


222 


237 


148 


163 


178 


193 


208 


223 


238 


149 


164 


179 


194 


209 


224 




150 


165 


180 


195 


210 


225 




151 


166 


181 


196 


211 


226 





t Not printed up to Dec. 31, 1909. 



334 



Classification 
no. 

C6.6: 

(date) 



C6. FISHERIES BUREAU— Continued 

List of piiblLcations of Bureau of Fisheries avail- 
able for distribution (Bureau of Fisheries doc. 614.) 

1907, May 21 
Sept. 24 

1908, Jan. 20 
Apr. 25 
Dec. 21 

1909, Mar. 18 
Nov. 22 

C7. IMMIGRATION AND NATURALIZATION BUREAU 

[Transferred from Treasury Department July 1, 1903. See, for earlier publications, T21. Name changed 
from Immigration Bureau to Immigration and Naturalization Bureau by act approved Jtme 29, 1900.] 

Annual reports 

[1904-09, in annual reports of Commerce and Labor Department (Cl.l:), and issued 
separately also. Report for 1904 also published as Congressional document 
[4833-404]. There were 2 editions of report for 1908.] 

General publications 

Books and blanks. Catalogue of books and blanks used by immigration 
service. 1905. 
Same. 1906. * 
Same. 1907. 
Same. 1908. 
Same. July, 1909. 
Calendar. American-Chinese calendar for 65 years 

John Endicott Gardner. 1904. small 4« 
Chinese names. List of Chinese family names; 

Gardner. 1909 [1910]. small 4« 
Immigration and Naturalization Bureau. Organization of Bureau of 

Immigration and Naturalization. [Nov. 1907.] 
Recommendations of commissioner-general of immigration to Secretary 
of Commerce and Labor based upon annual report [to Secretary of 
Treasury] for fiscal year ended June 30, 1903. 1903. ([Dept. of 
Commerce and Labor doc. 2.]) 

Bulletins 



C7.1: 

(date) 

C7.2: 

B64^ 

B64- 
B643 
B644 
B64 5 
C12 

C44 

lm6 

R24 



C7.3: 

(nos.) 
C7.4: 

(nos.) 



C7.5: 

9031 

903- 
9033 
905 

906 
907 



1849-1914; by 
by Jno. Endicott 



[None issued.] 
Circulars 



6 
7 
8 
9 
10 



11 
12 
13 
14 
15 



16 
17 
18 
19 
20 



21 
22 
23 
24 
25 



26 

27 
28 



[Discontinued.] 

Chinese exclusion treaties, law^s, and regulations 

See, for earlier editions, T21.5: 
Laws, treaty, and regulations relating to exclusion of Chinese. July, 
1903. 
Same, rearranged and with index. July, 1903. narrow 12° 
Same. Dec. 1903. (Dept. of Commerce and Labor doc. 7.) 
Treaty, laws, and regulations relating to exclusion of Chinese. May, 

1905. 
Treaty, laws, and regulations governing admission of Chinese; regula- 
tions approved Feb. 5, 1906. 1906. (Dept. of Commerce and 
Labor doc. 54.) 
Same; regulations approved Feb. 26, 1907. July, 1907. (Dept. of 
Commerce and Labor doc. 54.) 



335 



Classlflratlnn 



C7.6; 

908 
909' 
909 



C7.6: 

903' 

9032 
9033 

905 » 

905 -' 

9053 

906 » 

906- 

907 » 

907 2 

9073 

907* 

908 1 

9082 
909' 
909'-^ 
909' 
C7.7: 

C7.8: 
(date) 



C7. IMMIGRATION AND NATURAL,IZATION 

BUREAU— ('Ontinued 

Chinese exclusion treaties, laws, and regulations— 

C'ontinued 

Same; regulations approved Feb. 26, 1907. Edition of June, 1908. 
1908. (Dept. of ( ommerce and Labor doc, 54.) 

Same; regulations approved Feb. 26, 1907. Edition of Feb. 1909, 
embodying amendments to rule 39. 1909. 
Amendments to [rules 3 and 49 of] regulations of Feb. 26, 1907, govern- 
ing admission of Chinese. Oct. 2, 1909. 
Treaty, laws, and regulations governing admission of Chinese; regula- 
tions approved Oct. 30, 1909. Edition of Oct. 1909, embodying 
amendments to rules 3, 4, 11, 30, 31, 38, 47, 49, 50, 51, and 52. 
1909. 

Same; regulations approved Dec. 15, 1909. Edition of Dec. 1909, 
embodying amendments to rules 14 and 30. 1909. 

Immigration laws and regulations 

See, for earlier editions, T21.5: 
Immigration laws and regulations, Aug. 1903. 1903. ([Dept. of Com- 
merce and Labor doc. 9.]) 
Same. 1904. 35 p. (Dept. of Commerce and Labor doc. 9.) 
Same [containing circulars and enactments to Oct. 4, 1904]. 1904. 

38 p. (Dept. of Commerce and Labor doc. 9.) 
Same [containing enactments to Feb. 3, 1905]. 1905. (Dept. of 

Commerce and Labor doc. 9.) 
Same. Edition of June, 1905. 1905. 

Labor doc. 9.) 
Same. Edition ( 

Labor doc. 9.) 
Same. Edition c 

Labor doc. 9.) 
Immigration laws and regulations of Feb. 1906. Edition of Oct. 

1906. (Dept. of Commerce and Labor doc. 9.) 
Same. Edition of Feb. 1907. 1907. (Dept. of Commerce and 

Labor doc. 9.) 
Immigration laws and regulations of July 1, 1907. [1st edition.] 1907. 

(Dept. of Commerce and Labor doc. 78.) 
Same. [2d edition.] 1907. (Dept. of Commerce and Labor doc. 

78.) * [The 1st and 2d editions were Issued \vithin a few days 

of each other and are identical.] 
Same. 3d edition. Dec. 7, 1907. (Dept. of Commerce and Labor 

doc. 78.) 

Feb. 15, 1908. (Dept. of Commerce and 



Dec. 1905. 1906. 
Feb. 1906. 1906. 



(Dept. of Commerce and 
(Dept. of Commerce and 
(Dept. of Comjnerce and 
1906. 



Same. 4th edition. 

Labor doc. 78.) 
Same. 5th edition. 
Same. 6th edition. 
Same. 7th edition. 
Same. 8th edition. 



Oct. 5, 1908. 
June 7, 1909. 
Oct. 7, 1909. 
Dec. 15, 1909. 



[Vacant. This class is to be assigned to the next new series begun by 
the Immigration and Naturalization Bureau.] 

Immigration bulletin various sizes [Monthly.] 

[Previous statements undertitle Alien arrivals were issued as separates from Monthly 
summary of commerce and finance (C14.14«:).] 

Immigration statement 

1906, Jan. f" [Hektographed; never printed.] 

Feb. 4° 

Mar. 4® 



336 



Classification 
no. 


C7. IMMIGRATION AND NATURALIZATION 




B UREAU— Continued 


C7.8: 


Immigration bulletin— Continued 


(date) 


Immigration statement and inward passenger movement f ° and nar 




rowf° 




1906, Apr. 1907, May 




May June 




June July 




July Aug. 




Aug. Sept. 




Sept. Oct. 




Oct. Nov. 




Nov. Dec. 




Dec. 1908, Jan. 




1907, Jan. Feb. 




Feb. Mar. 




Mar. Apr. 
Apr. May 






Immigration and emigration statement [and] inward passenger move 




ment narrow f ^ 




1908, June 




July 




Aug. 




Sept. 




Oct. 




Nov. 




Dec. 




1909, Jan. 




Feb. 




Immigration bulletin 4° 




1909, Mar. 




Apr. 




May 




June 




July 




Aug. 




Sept. 




Oct. 




Nov. 




Dec. f-' 



C7.9: 

(CT) 

C7.10: 

C7.101: 

(date) 

C7.10 2: 

D62 

F45 

F76 



Terms, conditions, and limitations, witli form of 
proposal 

Naturalization Division 

[Established July 14, 1906, under act of June 29, 1906.] 

Naturalization Division, Annual reports 

[1907-09, in annual reports of Commerce and Labor Department (Cl.l:), and issued 
separately also.] 

Naturalization Division, General publications 

Directory of courts having jurisdiction in naturalization proceedings. 
1st edition. Mar. 1908. 1908. [More than half the pages are 
blank.] 

Field employees. Fiscal regulations governing field employees; effec- 
tive July 1, 1909. 1909. 16" 

Foreign countries. List of foreign countries and their rulers. 3d edi- 
tion revised. June 15, 1907. A° [1st and 2d editions not in 
Public Documents Library.] ♦ 



a:^7 



C7. IMMIOHATION AND N A lU KAL.IZATION 

BUREAU— Continued 

Naturalization Division, Bulletins 

[None issued.] 

Naturalization Division, Circulars 

[None issued.] 

Naturalization Division, Naturalization laws and 
regulations 

Naturalization laws and regulations of Aug. 190G. Edition of Aug. 1906. 

1906. (Dept. of Commerce and Labor doc. 60.) 
Same, Oct. 1906. Editionof Oct. 1906. 1906. (Dept. of Commerce 

and Labor doc. 60.) 
Same, Sept. 23, 1907. 1907. (Dept. of Commerce and Labor doc. 

60.) » 

Same, Sept. 1, 1908. 1908. 

Same, Jan. 2, 1909. 1909. > 

Same, Aug. 17, 1909. 1909. 
Information Division 

[Established July 1, 1907, under act of Feb. 20, lfX)7.] i 

Information Division, Annual reports 

[1908-0:^, ia annual reports of Commerce and Labor Depariimmt (Cl.l:), and issued 
separately also.] 

Information Division, General publications 

Immigrants. Information for immigrants concerning United States, i j^ 
opportunities, government, and institutions; prepared by Na- 
tional Society of Sons of American Revolution. 1908. 12° 

Same, German. 1908. 12« 

Same, Greek. 1908. 12° 

Same, Slovenian. 1908. 12° 

Same, Danish-Norwegian. 1908. 12° 

Same, Swedish. 1908. 12° 

Same, Croatian. 1908. 12° 

Same, Bohemian. 1908. 12° 

Same, Slovdk. 1908. 12° 

Same, Hungarian or Magyar. 1908. 12° 

Same, Lithuanian. 1908. 12° 

Same, Italian. [1908.] 12° 

Same, Polish. [1908.] 12° 

Same, Yiddish. [1908.] 12° 
Immigrants. Information for immigrants [directing them to apply to 
information branch, immigration service, New York City]. 1909 . 
small 4° [English and 23 other languages.] 

Same. 1909 [reprint 1910, with slight changes]. 
Naturalization of aliens in United States, how to become citizens, what 
is required, rights and duties; prepared by National Society of 
Sons of American Revolution. 1909. 12° 

C7.ll 3: Information Division, Bulletins 

(nos . ) [None iaeued . ] 
CT-ll"*: Information Division, Circulars 

(nos.) [None issued.] 
82452°- 11 22 



Classlflratlon 
no. 



C7.10»: 

(nos.) 
C7.10*: 

(nos.) 
C7.10*: 

906 1 

9063 

907 

908 
909 1 
909 2 

C7.ll: 

C7.11^: 

(^date) 

C7.ll 2: 

Im6i 



Im62 

lm63 

ImG'' 

Im6-' 

Im6« 

Im67 

lm68 

Im6» 

Ime^o 

ImG^i 

Im6i2 

Im6i3 

ImG^^ 
Im6i° 



Im6 
N21 



338 



C8. LABOR BUREAU 



[The Labor Department, formerly an independent Government publishing office, was placed under the 
Commerce and Labor Department July 1, 1903, and the name Bureau of Labor was adopted. See, for 
earlier publications, Labor Department (La.). 



See, for Organization and law of Department of Commerce and Labor, C1.2:Or3.] 
Classification 



no. 
C8.1: 

(date) 



C8.1«: 
(CT) 
C8.2: 
B43 

C71 



W121 
W122 



W84 



W84 = 



W84 = 



W84' 



W84« 
C8.3: 

(v. nos.) 



Annual reports 

[1904-09, an administrative report is also found in annual reports of Commerce and 
Labor Department (Cl.l:). See, for earlier reports, Lal.l:] 



1903, 18th 

1904, 19th 

1905, 20th 

1906, 2l8t 

1907, 22d 



4739-747 

4861-428 

5046-906 

[5213-822] 

[5325-982] 



See, for later legislation, etc., Bulletin, v. 19, 



no. 85(08.3:193) 

1908, 23d [5494-1565] 

1909, 24th, V. 1 [5785-132] 
Same, v. 2 [5786-132] 

Annual reports (separates) 

General publications 

Benefit funds. Establishment benefit funds, instructions [for gather- 
ing information concerning funds]. 1907. 4P 

Colorado. Labor troubles in Colorado, statement of secretary of Mine 
Owners' and Operators' Association, and reply of Western Fede- 
ration of Miners, 1904. [Made up of Senate documents 86 and 
163, 58th Congress, 2d session. These documents as they appear 
in the Congressional set are in serial nos. 4588 and 4590,] 

Wages. Ratesof wages and hours of labor, instructions. 1906. large S*' 

Wages. Rates of wages and hours of labor, instructions [to agents for 
securing data]. 1907. 4° 

W^omen. Employment of women and children, family schedule [for 
agents in securing data], 1907, 4° 

Women. Laws relating to employment of women and children in 
United States. July, 1907. 

Women. Employment of women and children, instructions [to agents 
for securing data], individual schedule. 1907. 4° 

Women. Employment of women and children, instructions [to agents 
for securing data], establishment schedule. 1907. 4° 
Same, supplementary instructions 1. 1907. 4" 

Bulletins (bimonthly) 



See, for earlier issues, Lai. 3: 
no. 44 

See Lai. 3:8. 



V. 9, 



no. 45 
no. 46 
no. 47 
no. 48\ 
no. 49/ 
. no. 50 
no. 51 
no. 52 
no. 53 
no. 54 
no. 55 

V. 10, no. 56 
no. 57 
no. 58 

V. 11, no. 591 
no. 60 
no. 61 

V. 12, no. 62 
no. 63 
no. 64 



[4529-370] 
[4701-343] 



[4702-343] 



[4859-386] 



[4860-386] 



[5033-592] 



13, no. 65] 

no. 66[ [5034-592] 
no. 67] 

14, no. 68] 

no. 69[ [5202-715] 
no. 70] 

15, no. 71 

no. 72^ [5326-580] 
no. 73j 

16, no. 74] 

no. 75} [5327-857] 
no. 76] 

17, no. 77 

no. 78 [ [5495-1016] 
no. 79] 

18, no. 80] 

no. 81 [ [5496-1527] 
no. 82] 

19, no. 83 

no. 84 [5787-182] 
no. 85j 



339 



ClMttllloatloB 
no. 

C8.3" : 

(CT) 
C8.4: 

(nos.) 
C8.6: 

(nos.) 



C8. LABOR BUREAU—Continued 
Bulletins (separates) 

Circulars 

[None issued.] 
Special reports 

1-9 SeeL&i.b: 



10 
11 
12 



4731-733 
4732-734 
4858-301 



C8.6: Reports on Hawaii 

(date) See, for earlier reports, Lai. 7: 

1905, 3d [4988-580] [This report states that future reports will be 
issued every 5 years.] 

C9. LIGHT-HOUSE BOARD t 

[Transferred from Treasury Department July 1, 1903. See, for earlier pubJications, T25. 
See, for Organization and law of Department of (Commerce and Labor, Cl.2:Or3.] 



C9.1: 

(date) 

C9.2: 

Ac3 



Annual reports 

[1904-09, in annual reports of Commerce and Labor Department (Cl.l:), and issued 
separately also with additional maps. Two reports were made for 1903, one to 
Secretary of Treasury (T25.1:903), the other, Oct. 15, 1903, to Secretary of Com- 
merce and Labor (C9.1:903), issued separately only.] 



General publications 

Acetylene gas. Report on use of acetylene gas by Canadian govern- 
ment as illummant for aids to navigation; by Albert Ross. 1907. 
A15 Allowances. List of allowances to light-stations, 1907. 1907. [See, 
for earlier editions, T25.2A1 5 ^> ^.] 

t In conformity with the act approved June 17, 1910 (Stat. L. v. 36, pt. 1, p. 537- 
539), the duties performed and all power and authority possessed or exercised here- 
tofore by the Light-House Board have been conferred upon and A^ested in the Com- 
missioner of Lighthouses, imder the direction and control of the Secretary of Commerce 
and Labor, and in lieu of the Office of the Light-House Board there has been estab- 
lished a Bureau of Lighthouses under the Department of Commerce and Labor. This 
reorganization act became effective July 1, 1910. As this Checklist ends with the pub- 
lications of the calendar year 1909, it uses the form "Light-House Board." 

Pursuant to the provisions of the above-mentioned act of reorganization, the Depart- 
ment of Commerce and Labor has effected the following rearrangement of lighthouse 
districts: 

New number Old number 

First T . %» ♦ . % First 

Second.. l^'fJP. J i Second 

Third Third 

Fourth Fourth 

Fifth Fifth 

Sixth • Sixth 

Seventh Seventh 

Eighth Eighth 

Ninth Third subdistrict 

Tenth Tenth 

Eleventh Eleventh 

Twelfth Ninth 

Thirteenth Fifteenth 

Fourteenth Fourteenth 

Fifteenth Sixteenth 

Sixteenth Alaf^ka (iH)rtif)ii of Thirteenth) 

Seventeenth Thirteentli 

Eighteenth Twelfth 

Nineteenth Hawaiian Islands, and other American 

Pacific Islands (Twelfth subdistrict). 



340 



Classification 
no. 

C9.2: 

B641 

B642 
B643 
C76 
D45 

El 4 

L62 

Su7 

C9.3: 

(nos.) 



C9.4: 

(nos.) 



C9. lilGHT-HOUSE BOARD— Continued 

General pul)llcations — Continued 

Books and blanks. Catalogue of books and blanks used by Light- 
House Establishment. 1905. 
Same. 1907. 
Same. 1909. 

Contract for — [blank form], n. p. [1906]. i" (Form 100.) 

Description and inventory of light-vessel no. [blank form], n.p. 

[1906]. 4« (Form 53.) 

Eligibles, Instructions regarding selections of eligibles and recommen- 
dations for appointment in Light-House Ser\dce. Mar. 16, 1908. 

Light-house tower. Description of light-house tower, buildings, and 
premises at [blank form], n. p. [Feb. 1906]. 4° (Form 60.) 

Supplies. Price list of light-house supplies furnished from general 
depot, Tompkinsville, N. Y. 1906. 

BuUetins ,,y,^^ 

1-144 SeeT2b.Z: 

145 '152 

146 153 

147 154 

148 155 

149 156 

150 157 

151 158 
[Superseded Aug. 12, 1904, by Weekly notice to mariners (C9.26:).] 

Circulars 

[List of officers on duty under Light-House Establishment. These lists carry the 
series title "Bureau circular," with the exception of no. 3, which is called "Cir- 
cular."] 

See, for 1 and 2 of 1903, and earlier issues, T25.4: 

3 6 9 12 15 18 21 

4 7 10 13 16 19 22 

5 8 11 14 17 20 23 1 

Hdglits, buoys, and day marks, 1st district large 8° 

See, for earlier Issues, T25.5: 
1904; corrected to May 1, 1904 
1905; corrected to May 1, 1905 
1906; corrected to May 1, 1906 
1907; corrected to May 1, 1907 
1908; corrected to May 1, 1908 
1909; corrected to May 1, 1909 

Llglits, buoys, and daymarks, 2d district large 8» 

See, for earlier issues, T25.6: 
1904; corrected to June 1, 1904 
1905; corrected to June 1, 1905 
1906; corrected to June 1, 1906 
1907; corrected to June 1, 1907 
1908; corrected to June 1, 1908 
1909; corrected to Nov. 1, 1909 

Lights, buoys, and daymarks, 3d district large 8*> 

See, for earlier issues, T25.7: 
I 1904; corrected to Aug. 1, 1904 
I 1905; corrected to Aug. 1, 1905 

t No. 23 was the last issued up to the end of the calendar year 1909, the period cov- 
ered by this Checklist. Two more lists were issued, namely, for Feb. 5 and May 24, 
1910, and then the series was discontinued. To these two lists, which bore no title 
whatever, the Public Documents Library has assigned the numbers 24 and 25, so ae 
to class them here and complete the series. 



C9.5: 

(date) 



C9.6: 

(date) 



C9.7: 

(date) 



341 



Classlflcatlon 
no. 



C9.7: 

(date) 



C9.8: 

(date) 



C9.9: 

(date) 



C9.10: 

(date) 



C9.ll: 

(date) 



C9.12: 

(date) 



C9. lilQHT-HOUSE BOARD— Continued 

Lights, buoys, and dayiuarks, 3d district — C'ontinued 

1906; corrected to Aug. 1, 1908 
1907; corrected to Aug. 1, 1907 
1908; corrected to Aug. 1, 1908 
1909 [None issued.] 

Lights, buoys, and daymarlcs, dth district large 8° 

[Formerly Beacons, buoys, and day nuirks. See, for earlier Issues, T26.8:] 
Beacons, buoys, and day marks 
1903; corrected to Aug. 1, 1903 
Lights, buoys, and daymarks 
1904; corrected to Aug. 1, 1904 
1905; corrected to Sept. 1, 1905 
1906; corrected to Sept. 1, 1906 
1907; corrected to Sept. 1, 1907 
1908; corrected to Sept. 1, 1908 
1909 [None issued.] 

Lights, buoys, and daymarks, 5th district large 8° 

[Formerly Beacons, buoys, and day marks. See, for earlier issues, T25.9:] 
Beacons, buoys, and day marks 
1903; corrected to Sept. 1, 1903 
Lights, buoys, and daymarks 
1904; corrected to Sept. 1, 1904 
1905; corrected to Sept. 1, 1905 
1906; corrected to Sept. 1, 1906 
1907; corrected to Sept. 1, 1907 
1908; corrected to Sept. 1, 1908 
1909 [None issued.] 

Lights, buoys, and daynaarks, 6th district large 8° 

[Formerly Beacons, buoys, and day marks. See, for earlier issues, T25.10:J 
Beacons, buoys, and day marks 
1903; corrected to Oct. 1, 1903 
Lights, buoys, and daymarks 
1904; corrected to Oct. 1, 1904 
1905; corrected to Oct. 1, 1905 
1906; corrected to Oct. 1, 1906 
1907; corrected to Oct. 1, 1907 
1908; corrected to Oct. 1, 1908 
1909 [None issued.] 

Lights, buoys, and daymarks, 7th district large 8° 

See, for earlier issues, T25.il : 
1903; corrected to Nov. 1, 1903 
1904; corrected to Nov. 1, 1904 
1905; corrected to Nov. 1, 1905 
1906; corrected to Nov. 1, 1906 
1907; corrected to Nov. 1, 1907 
1908; corrected to Nov. 1, 1908 
1909 [None issued.] 

Lights, buoys, and daymarks, 8th district large S^ 

See, for earlier issues, T25.12: 
1903; corrected to Dec. 1, 1903 
1904; corrected to Dec. 1, 1904 
1905; corrected to Dec. 1, 1905 
1906; corrected to Dec. 1, 1906 
1907; corrected to Dec. 1, 1907 
1908; corrected to Dec. 1, 1908 
1909 [None issued.] 



342 



Classiflcatlon 
no. 

C9.13: 

(date) 



€9.14^: 

(date) 



C9.14 2: 

(date) 



C9.16: 



58* 

58 = 
59: 

59 = 

60 = 
C9.16: 



9041 

9042 
C9.17: 

(date) 



C9. LIGHT-HOUSE BOARD— Continued 

Lights, buoys, and day marks, northern lakes and 
rivers [9th- 11th districts] large 8" 

See, for earlier issues, T25.13: 
1904; corrected to opening of navigation 
1905; corrected to opening of navigation 
1906 ; corrected to opening of navigation 
1907 ; corrected to opening of navigation 
1908; corrected to opening of navigation 

[Discontinued with issue of 1908. f] 

Lights, huoys, and daymarks, Paciflc Coast [12th 
and 13th districts] large 8« 

See, for earlier issues, T25.14: 
1904; corrected to Jan. 1, 1904 
1905; corrected to Jan. 1, 1905 
1906; corrected to Jan. 1, 1906 
1907; corrected to Jan. 1, 1907 
1908; corrected to Jan. 1, 1908 
1909 [None issued.] 

Lights, buoys, and daymarks, Haw^aii, 12th sub- 
district large 8° 

1905; corrected to Jan. 1, 1905 
1906; corrected to Jan. 1, 1906 
1907; corrected to Jan. 1, 1907 
1908; corrected to Jan. 1, 1908 
1909; corrected to Jan. 1, 1909 

Laws relative to Light-House Establishment passed 
at session, Congress 

See, for earlier issues, T25.15: 
Laws relative to Light-House Establishment passed at 2d session, 58th 
Congress, 1903-04. 1904, (Dept. of Commerce and Labor doc. 
14.) 

Same, 3d session, 58th Congress, 1904-05, 1905. (Dept, of Com- 
merce and Labor doc. 37.) 

Same, 1st session, 59th Congress, 1905-06. 1906. (Dept, of Com- 
merce and Labor doc, 59,) 

Same, 2d session, 59th Congress, 1906-07. 1907. 

Same, 1st session, 60th Congress, 1907-8, 1908. 

Same, 2d session, 60th Congress, 1908-9. 1909, 

Laws and regulations relating to Light-House 
Establishment (general) 

See, for earlier issues, T25.15: 
Laws and regulations relating to Light-House Establishment of United 
States. 1904. (Dept. of Commerce and Labor doc. 19.) 
Same [amendments]. 1908. oblong 32° 

Lights and fog signals, Atlantic and Oulf coasts 
[lst-8th districts] large 8« 

See, for earlier issues, T25.16: 
1904 [None issued.] 
1905; corrected to Mar. 1, 1905 
1906 [None issued,] 



t In 1910, the Bureau of Lighthouses substituted for Lights, buoys, and daymarks, 
northern lakes and rivers (C9,13:) and Lights and fog signals, northern lakes and rivers 
and Canada (C9.18:) a new series of publications, entitled Lights and fog signals of 
United States and Canada on northern lakes and rivers and unlighted aids to naviga- 
tion of United States on those waters; for this new publication an additional class 
(C9.30:) has been assigned, see footnote on p, 346, 



343 



Classlflcatlon 
no. 

C9.17: 

(date) 



C9.18: 

(date) 



C9.19: 

(date) 



C9.20: 

(date) 



C9. MGHT-HOTTSE BOARD— Continued 

Ldglits and fog slgrnals, Atlantic and Gulf coasts 
[Ist-8th. districts]— Continuod 

1907; corrected to Mar. 1, 1907 
1908; corrected to Oct. 31, 1908 
1909 [None issued.] 

Liglits and fog signals, northern lakes and rivers 
and Canada [3d, and 9tli- 11th. districts] large 8* 

See, for earlier issues, T25.17: 

1904 [None issued. 

1905 [None issued. _ 
190G; corrected to opening of navigation 
1907; corrected to July 15, 1907 
1908; corrected to July 15, 1908 

[Discontinued with issue of July 15, 1908. tl 

Ldghts and fog signals of United States and Canada 
on Pacific Coast [12th and 13th districts] large 8« 

[Includes lights of United States on Hawaiian Islands and, in more recent years, 
those on Midway, Guam, and Samoan Islands also.] 

See, for earlier issues, T25.18: 
Lights and fog signals of United States on Pacific Toast and of Canada 

on coast of British Columbia 
1904; corrected to May 1, 1904 
1905 [None issued.] 
1906; corrected to Feb. 1, 1906 
1907; corrected to Aug. 1, 1907 
1908; corrected to Apr. 30, 1908 

Lights and fog signals of United States and Canada on Pacific Coast 
1909; corrected to July 31, 1909 4° 
Notice to mariners large 8** [Issued irregularly.] 

See, for earlier issues, T25.39: 

1903, 



, no. 


68 1 


903, no. 91 


no. 


69 


no. 92 


no. 


70 


no. 93 


no. 


71 


no. 94 


no. 


72 


no. 95 


no. 


73 


no. 96 


no. 


74 


no. 97 


no. 


75 


no. 98 


no. 


76 


no. 99 


no. 


77 


no. 100 


no. 


78 


no. 101 


no. 


79 


no. 102 


no. 


80 


no. 103 


no. 


81 


no. 104 


no. 


82 


no. 105 


no. 


83 


no. 106 


no. 


84 


no. 107 


no. 


85 


no. 108 


no. 


86 


no. 109 


no. 


87 


no. 110 


no. 


88 


no. Ill 


no. 


89 


no. 112 


no. 


90 


no. 113 



no. 


114 


1903, no. 


137 


no. 


115 


no. 


138 


no. 


116 


no. 


139 


no. 


117 


no. 


140 


no. 


118 


no. 


141 


no. 


119 


no. 


142 


no. 


120 


no. 


143 


no. 


121 


no. 


144 




122 




~\ AtL 


no. 


no. 


140 


no. 


123 


no. 


146 


no. 


124 


no. 


147 


no. 


125 


no. 


148 


no. 


126 


1904, no. 


1 


no. 


127 


no. 


2 


no. 


128 


no. 


3 


no. 


129 


no. 


4 


no. 


130 


no. 


5 


no. 


131 


no. 


6 


no. 


132 


no. 


7 


no. 


133 


no. 


8 




134 


no. 


9 


no. 


no. 


135 


no. 


10 


no. 


136 


no. 


11 



t In 1910, the Bureau of Lighthouses substituted for Lights and fog signals, northern 
lakes and rivers and Canada (C9.18:) and Lights, buoys, and daymarks, northern lakes 
and rivers (C9.13:) a new series of publications, entitled Lights and fog signals of 
United States and Canada on northern lakes and rivers and unlighted aids to naviga- 
tion of United States on those waters; for this new publication an additional clasi 
(C9.30:) has been assigned, see footnote on p. 346. 



344 



Classification 
no. 

C9.20: 

(date) 



C9. UGHT-HOUSE BOARD— Continued 



Notice to mariners — Continued 



1904, no. 12 
no. 13 
no. 14 
no. 15 
no. 16 
no. 17 
no. 18 
no. 19 
no. 20 
no. 21 
no. 22 
no. 23 
no. 24 
no. 25 
no. 26 
no. 27 
no. 28 
no. 29 
no. 30 
no. 31 
no. 32 
no. 33 
no. 34 
no. 35 



1904, no. 36 
no. 37 
no. 38 
no. 39 
no. 40 
no. 41 
no. 42 
no. 43 
no. 44 
no. 45 
no. 46 
no. 47 
no. 48 
no. 49 
no. 50 
no. 51 
no. 52 
no. 53 
no. 54 
no. 55 
no. 56 
no. 57 
no. 58 
no. 59 



1904, no. 60 
no. 61 
no. 62 
no. 63 
no. 64 
no. 65 
no. 66 
no. 67 
no. 68 
no. 69 
no. 70 
no. 71 
no. 72 
no. 73 
no. 74 
no. 75 
no. 76 
no. 77 
no. 78 
no. 79 
no. 80 
no. 81 
no. 82 
no. 83 



1904, no. 84 
no. 85 
no. 86 
no. 87 
no. 88 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 



89 
90 
91 
92 
93 
94 
95 
96 
97 
98 
99 



no. 100 
no. 101 
no. 102 
no. 103 
no. 104 



C9.21: 

(date) 



[Superseded by Weekly notice to mariners (C9.26:), though it may still be issued in 
case of emergency.] 

Liglits on western rivers [Idtli-lGtli districts] nar- 
row 16«» 

[Formerly Post lights on western rivers. See, for earlier issues, T25.20:] 
Post lights on western rivers 
1903; corrected to Sept. 1, 1903 
Lights on western rivers 
1904; corrected to Oct. 1, 1904 
1905 [None issued.] 
1906; corrected to Oct. 1, 1906 
1907; corrected to Oct. 1, 1907 
1908; corrected to Oct. 1, 1908 

[Discontinued with issue of Oct. 1, 1908. f] 

Specifications 

See, for issues prior to July 1, 1903, T25.21: 
Instructions to liglitkeepers 

See, for early issues, T25.22: 
[None issued under Commerce and Labor Department.] 

Idglits, buoys, and daymarlis, Porto Rico and 
adjacent islands, 3d subdistrict J large 8«» 

See, for earlier issues, T25.23: 
1903 [Not issued.] 
1904; corrected to Nov. 1, 1904 

t In 1910, the Bureau of Lighthouses substituted for the Lights on western rivers 
three separate series of publications, one for each of the districts concerned; for 
these new publications additional classes (C9.27:-C9.29:) have been assigned, see 
footnote on p. 346. The publications bear the new lighthouse district numbers, 
except for the 14th district, the number of which remains unchanged. 

t In the rearrangement of lighthouse districts, as fully described in the footnote 
on p. 339, the 3d subdistrict has become the 9th district. The 1911 issue of this 
series bears the new title, Buoys and other aids to navigation, Porto Rico and adja- 
cent islands, 9th district. As there has been no change in boundaries of the district, 
the Public Documenis Library continues to class the series under C9.24: 



C9.22: 

(CT) 
C9.23: 

(date) 

C9.24: 

(4ate) 



345 



ClAMiflCAtloa 

■o. 

C9.24: 

(date) 



C9.2o: 



B76» 

B76« 
B76» 
C4P 
Uii3» 

Un3 = 
C9.26: 

(date) 



C9. UGHT-HOUSE BOARD— Continued 

Lisrlits, buoys, and daymarks, Porto Rico and adja- 
cent islands, 3d subdistrlct— Continued 

1905; contN ' .\ . I, 1905 

1906; com v. 1, 1906 

1907; com v. 1, 1907 

1908 IN< 1 

1909; corre . .. . u:i. 1, 1909 

Rnles and regulations (miscellaneous) 

Sety for earlier iwues, T25.24: 

Bridges. Emulations for lighting bridges over navigable rivere. June, 
1904. 40 

Same, 1904. 19a5. 4* 

Same, 1907. 1907. 4* 
CiWl-eervice reg:ulations governing Light-House Service. May 1, 1907. 
Uniforms. Regulations governing uniforms of officers and men of 
Light-House EsiabTi<ihnieiit 1905. 

Same. 1907. 
Notice to mariners (weekly) 

[Supersedes Notice to marineis, issoed incKularly (09.20:), and Balletiiis (C9.3:).) 
Weekly notice to mariners 



1904, no. 1 


1905, no. 39 


1906, no. 


79 


1906, no. 118 


no. 2 


no. 40 


no. 


80 


no. 119 


no. 3 


no. 41 


no. 


81 


no. 120 


no. 4 


no. 42 


no. 


82 


no. 121 


no. 5 


no. 43 


no. 


83 


no. 122 


no. 6 


no. 44 


no. 


84 


no. 123 


no. 7 


no. 45 


no. 


85 


no. 124 


no. 8 


no. 46 


no. 


86 


no. 125 


no. 9 


no. 47 


no. 


87 


1907, no. 126 


no. 9a 


no. 48 


no. 


88 


no. 127 


no. 10 


no. 49 


no. 


89 


no. 128 


no. 10a 


no. 50 


no. 


90 


no. 129 


no. 11 


no. 51 


no. 


90a 


no. 130 


no. 12 


no. 52 


no. 


91 


no. 131 


no. 13 


no. 53 


no. 


92 


no. 132 


no. 14 


no. 54 


no. 


93 


no. 133 


no. 15 


no. 55 


no. 
no. 


94 
95 


no. 134 


no. 16 


no. 56 


no. 135 


no. 17 


no. 57 


no. 


96 


no. 136 


no. 18 


no. 58 


no. 


97 


no. 137 


no. 18a 


no. 58a 


no. 


98 


no. 138 


no. 19 


no. 59 


no. 


99 


no. 139 


no. 20 


no. 60 


no. 


100 


no. 140 


no. 21 


no. 61 


no. 


101 


no. 141 


1905, no. 22 


no. 62 


no. 


102 


no. 142 


no. 23 


no. 63 


no. 


102a 


no. 143 


no. 24 


no. 64 


no. 


103 


no. 144 


no. 25 


no. 65 


no. 


104 


no. 145 


no. 26 


no. 66 


no. 


105 


no. 146 


no. 27 


no. 67 


no. 


106 


no. 147 


no. 28 


no. 68 


no. 


107 


no. 148 


no. 29 


no. 69 


no. 


108 


no. 149 


no. 30 


no. 70 


no. 


109 


no. 150 


no. 31 


no. 71 


no. 


110 


no. 151 


no. 32 


no. 72 


no. 


111 


no. 152 


no. 33 


no. 73 


no. 


112 


no. 153 


no. 34 


1906, no. 74 


no. 


113 


no. 154 


no. 35 


no. 75 


no. 


114 


no. 155 


no. 36 


no. 76 


no. 


115 


no. 156 


no. 37 


no. 77 


no. 


116 


no. 157 


no. 38 


no. 78 


no. 


117 


no. 158 



346 



Classiflcatlon 
no. 



C9. LIGHT-HOUSE BOARD— Continued 
tC9.26: Notice to mariners— Continued 



(date) 



Weekly notice to mariners — Continued 

1907, no. 159 1907, no. 164 1907, no. 169 1907, no. 174 
no. 160 no. 165 no. 170 no. 175 
no. 161 no. 166 no. 171 no. 176 
no. 162 no. 167 no. 172 no. 177 
no. 163 no. 168 no. 173 

[Beginning with Jan. 1, 1908, the monthly Notice to mariners (C4.ll:), fonnerly 

issued by the Coast and Geodetic Survey (excepting those pertaining to the 
Philippine Islands, C4.18 2;), was consolidated with and made a part of this 
series.] 

1908, no. 1 1908, no. 14 1908, no. 27 1908, no. 40 
no. 2 no. 15 no. 28 no. 41 
no. 3 no. 16 no. 29 no. 42 
no. 4 no. 17 no. 30 no. 43 
no. 5 no. 18 no. 31 no. 44 
no. 6 no. 19 no. 32 no. 45 
no. 7 no. 20 no. 33 no. 46 
no. 8 no. 21 no. 34 no. 47 
no. 9 no. 22 no. 35 no. 48 
no. 10 no. 23 no. 36 no. 49 
no. 11 no. 24 no. 37 no. 50 
no. 12 no. 25 no. 38 no. 51 
no. 13 no. 26 no. 39 no. 52 

Notice to mariners 

[Beginning with Jan. 1, 1909, issued jointly with Coast and Geodetic Survey.) 



1909, no. 
no, 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 10 
no. 11 
no. 12 
no. 13 
no. 14 



1909, no. 15 
no. 16 
no. 17 
no. 18 
no. 19 
no. 20 
no. 21 
no. 22 
no. 23 
no. 24 
no. 25 
no. 26 
no. 27 
no. 28 



1909, no. 29 
no. 30 
no. 31 
no. 32 
no. 33 
no. 34 
no. 35 
no. 36 
no. 37 
no. 38 
no. 39 
no. 40 
no. 41 
no. 42 



1909, no. 43 
no. 44 
no. 45 
no. 46 
no. 47 
no. 48 
no. 49 
no. 50 
no. 51 
no. 52 
no. 53 



fThis Checklist ends with the publications of the calendar year 1909. Since that 
time, pursuant to the act approved June 17, 1910, effective July 1, 1910, the Depart- 
ment of Commerce and Labor has effected a reaiTangement of lighthouse districts, 
as fully described in the footnote on p. 339. The new Bureau of Lighthouses provided 
for in the above-mentioned act has begun several new series of publications, which 
has necessitated additional classes under C9., the series titles of which are as follows: 
C9.27: Lights, buoys, and daymarks, 13th district narrow 16^ 

(date) [Information herein contained formerly appeared as that part of the Lights on western 

rivers (C9.21:) which related to the 15th district. The new 13th district was formerly 
the 15th.] 

C9.28: Lights, buoys, and daymarks, 14th district narrow 16* 

(date) [Information herein contained formerly appeared as that part of the Lights on western 

rivers (C9.21:) which related to the 14th district. There has been no change in the 

number of the 14th district.] 

C9.29: Aids to navigation, 15th district narrow 16* 

(date) [Information herein contained formerly appeared as that part of the Lights on western 

rivers (C9.21:) which related to the 16th district. The new 15th district was formerly 

the 16th.] 

C9.30: Lights and fog signals of United States and Canada on northern lakes and 
(date) rivers [3d and 10th-12th districts] and unlighted aids to navigation 

of the United States on those waters 4" 
[This is a geographic rearrangement of the former Lights and fog signals, northern lakes and 
rivers and Canada (C9.18:) combined with the former Lights, buoys, and daymarks, 
northern lakes and rivers (C9.13:). There have been no changes in the numbers of the 3d, 
10th. and 11th districts, but the new 12th district was formerly the 9th.] 



347 



CIO. MANUFACTURES BIJIULXU 

[Created July 1, 1903, under act of Fob. 14, 1903, but not organized until Id'. 1W5. 
Ste, for Organization and law of Department of Ck>mineroe and Labor, Cl.2:Or3.] 

ClMsIflcatlon 
no. 



ClO.l: 

(date) 

C10.2: 



C89 



C892 
C893 
C89^ 
C89'^ 
M57' 



M57 2 
M573 
M57* 
P961 

P962 
Un3i 



Un32 
W521 



W522 

C10.3: 

(nos.) 

ClO.d: 

(nos.) 

tClO.6^- 

(nos.) 



Annual reports 

[190.W)9, in annual reports of Commerce and Labor Department (Cl.l:), and issiied 
separately also.] 

General publications 

[ilecent infonnation from the Bureau of Manufactures is to thooflact that besides the 
suppit'inents to lariiTs listed in this Chooklist iind(!r ('10.2: the following have been 
issued: tariffs of Ciuiad-.i; Chile, 1st supplement; (Ifirnian (ustoTTis Union; Ger- 
many, Istsupplonitnit; Mevvfoundland, 1st supplement. None of these are in the 
Public Documents Librarj.J 

Cuba. Republic of Cuba, Lst supplement to import tariff. [1906.] 
[Supplement to Customs tarifT of Cuba, which was issued by Statistics Bureau and 
appeared in Monthly summary of commerce and finance. May, 1905, p. 3995 
(C14.14:906»)-) 

Same, 2d supplement. [1907.] * 
Same, 3d supplement. [1908.] 
Same, 4th supplement. [1908.] 
Same, 5th supplement. Jan. 1909. 
Mexico, 1st supplement to Customs tariff [of Mexico].- [1905.] * 

[Supplement to Customs tariff of Mexico, which was issued by Statistics Bureau and 

appeared in Monthly summary of commerce aud finance, Sept. 1905, p. 873 

(C14.14:9063).) 

Same, 2d supplement. Aug. 1908. 

Same, 3d supplement. [1909.] 

Same, 4th supplement. July, 1909; 
Publications available for distribution June 1, 1908. [1908.] narrow 
large %° 

Same, Sept. 1, 1908. [1908.] narrow f** 
United Kingdom, lst supplement to customs tariff of United King- 
dom. [1905.] Ip. 4« 

[Supplement to Customs tariffs of United Kingdom and British possessions in Eu- 
rope, which was issued by Statistics Bureau and appeared in Monthly summary 
of commerce and finance, Jime, 1905, p. 4423 (C14. 14:905 "). The article was also 
printed separately and in that form is classed under C14.14a:] 

Same, 1st supplement [amended], with title. United Kingdom, 1st 
supplement to customs tariff. [1906.] 6 p. 8° 
West Indies, British. 1st supplement to customs tariffs of British West 
Indies. [1905.] 5 p. 4° 

[Supplement to Customs tariffs of British West Indies, which was issued by Statis- 
tics Bureau and appeared in Monthly summarj' of commerce and finance, June, 
1905, p. 4439 (C14. 14:905 "). The article was also printed separately and in that 
form IS classed under C14.14a:) 

Same, 2d supplement, with title, British West Indies, 2d supple- 
ment to customs tariff. [1906.] 1 p. 8° 

Bulletins 

[None issued.] 

Circulars 

[None issued.] 

Dally consular and trade reports [old series] 

[Transferred from Statistics Bureau, Commerce and Labor Dept. (C14.6:), July 1, 1905. 
The title was changed from Daily consular reports to its present form July 17, 1905. 
Daily except Sundays and holidays.] 

See, for earlier numbers, S4.5: and C14.6: 
Daily consular reports 

2298, July 1, 1905 2302, July 7, 1905 2306, July 12, 1905 

2299, July 3, 1905 2303, July 8, 1905 2307, July 13, 1905 

2300, July 5, 1905 2304, July 10, 1905 2308, July 14, 1905 

2301, July 6, 1905 2305, July 11, 1905 2309, July 15, 1905 



t^ee footnote on p. 348. 



348 



Classification 
no. 

tClO.5^: 

(nos.) 



and trade reports 

1905 2355, Sept. 8, 1905 2400, Oct. 31, 1905 

1905 2356, Sept. 9, 1905 2401, Nov. 1, 1905 

1905 2357, Sept. 11, 1905 2402, Nov. 2, 1905 

1905 2358, Sept. 12, 1905 2403, Nov. 3, 1905 

1905 2359, Sept. 13, 1905 2404, Nov. 4, 1905 

1905 2360, Sept. 14, 1905 2405, Nov. 6, 1905 

1905 2361, Sept. 15, 1905 2406, Nov. 7, 1905 

1905 2362, Sept. 16, 1905 2407, Nov. 8, 1905 

1905 2363, Sept. 18, 1905 2408, Nov. 9, 1905 

1905 2364, Sept. 19, 1905 2409, Nov. 10, 1905 

1905 2365, Sept. 20, 1905 2410, Nov. 11, 1905 

1905 2366, Sept. 21, 1905 2411, Nov. 13, 1905 

1905 2367, Sept. 22, 1905 2412, Nov. 14, 1905 

1905 2368, Sept. 23, 1905 2413, Nov. 15, 1905 

1905 2369, Sept. 25, 1905 2414, Nov. 16, 1905 

1905 2370, Sept. 26, 1905 2415, Nov. 17, 1905 

1905 2371, Sept. 27, 1905 2416, Nov. 18, 1905 

1905 2372, Sept. 28, 1905 2417, Nov. 20, 1905 

1905 2373, Sept. 29, 1905 2418, Nov. 21, 1905 

1905 2374, Sept. 30, 1905 2419, Nov. 22, 1905 

1905 2375, Oct. 2, 1905 2420, Nov. 23, 1905 

1905 2376, Oct. 3, 1905 2421, Nov. 24, 1905 

1905 2377, Oct. 4, 1905 2422, Nov. 25, 1905 

1905 2378, Oct. 5, 1905 2423, Nov. 27, 1905 

1905 2379, Oct. 6, 1905 2424, Nov. 28, 1905 

1905 2380, Oct. 7, 1905 2425, Nov. 29, 1905 

1905 2381, Oct. 9, lfi05 2426, Dec. 1, 1905 

1905 2382, Oct. 10, 1905 2427, Dec. 2, 1905 

1905 2383, Oct. 11, 1905 2428, Dec. 4, 1905 

1905 2384, Oct. 12, 1905 2429, Dec. 5, 1905 

1905 2385, Oct. 13, 1905 2430, Dec. 6, 1905 

1905 2386, Oct. 14, 1905 2431, Dec. 7, 1905 

1905 2387, Oct. 16, 1905 2432, Dec. 8, 1905 

1905 2388, Oct. 17, 1905 2433, Dec. 9, 1905 

1905 2389, Oct. 18, 1905 2434, Dec. 11, 1905 

1905 2390, Oct. 19, 1905 2435, Dec. 12, 1905 

1905 2391, Oct. 20, 1905 2436, Dec. 13, 1905 

1905 2392, Oct. 21, 1905 2437, Dec. 14, 1905 

1905 2393, Oct. 23, 1905 2438, Dec. 15, 1905 

1905 2394, Oct. 24, 1905 2439, Dec. 16, 1905 

1905 2395, Oct. 25, 1905 2440, Dec. 18, 1905 

1905 2396, Oct. 26, 1905 2441, Dec. 19, 1905 

1905 2397, Oct. 27, 1905 2442, Dec. 20, 1905 

1905 2398, Oct. 28, 1905 2443, Dec. 21, 1905 

1905 2399, Oct. 30, 1905 2444, Dec. 22, 1905 



t This Checklist ends with the publications of the calendar year 1909. The publica- 
tion of the Daily consular and trade reports v/as continued up to and including no. 3722, 
Feb. 28, 1910. After this a weekly publication was substituted for a time; see footnote 
for CIO. 14 : Beginning with the number for July 5, 1910, the daily issues were resumed, 
the first 50 numbers being designated, e. g., New series, v. 1, no. 1, serial no. 1. The 
51st number, for Sept. 1, 1910, drops the above designation, substituting therefor the 
words "13th year, no. 51." Beginning with Jan. 3, 1911, the publication reads "14th 
year, no. 1." These changes have necessitated new classes for the publications issued 
since July 5, 1910, as follows: 

010.5^: Daily consular and trade reports [series July 5, 1910- ] 
(date [The superior numbers following dates in book jnvunbers are the 

and 
nos.) 

Daily consular and trade reports [series July 5, 1910- ] (separates) 



'serial nos." or the 
"nos." which appear on the publications. The call numbers are therefore as fol- 
lows: For issues from July 5- Aug. 31, 1910, C10.5 2:910 i-W; from Sept. 1-Dec. 31, 1910, 
010.52:91061-162; and beginning with Jan. 3, 1911,010.52:911 1- .] 



CIO.520: 

(CT) 



349 



ClaMNlflcatlun 
no. 

C10.5 ' : 

(dob.) 



CIO. MANUFACTURES BUREAU— Continued 
Dally consular and trade reports [old series]— Cont'd 



2445 
2446 
2447 
2448 
2449 
2450 
2451 
2452 
2453 
2454 
2455 
2456 
2457 
2458 
2459 
2460 
2461 
2462 
2463 
2464 
2465, 
2466 
2467 
2468 
2469 
2470 
2471 
2472 
2473 
2474 
2475 
2476 
2477 
2478: 
2479 
2480 
2481 
2482 
2483 
2484 
2485 
2486 
2487 
2488 
2489 
2490 
2491 
2492 
2493 
2494 
2495 
2496 
2497 
2498 
2499 
2500 
2501 
2502 
2503 
2504 
2505 
2506 
2507 



, Dec. 
, Dec. 
, Dec. 
, Dec. 
, Dec. 
, Dec. 
, Jan. 
, Jan. 
, Jan. 
, Jan. 
, Jan. 
, Jan. 
, Jan. 
, Jan. 
, Jan, 
, Jan. 
, Jan. 
, Jan. 
, Jan. 
, Jan. 
, Jan. 
, Jan. 
, Jan. 
, Jan. 
, Jan. 
, Jan. 
, Jan. 
, Jan. 
, Jan. 
, Jan. 
, Jan. 
, Jan. 
, Feb. 
, Feb. 
, Feb. 
, Feb. 
, Feb. 
, Feb. 
, Feb. 
, Feb. 
, Feb. 
, Feb. 
, Feb. 
, Feb. 
, Feb. 
, Feb. 
, Feb. 
, Feb. 
, Feb. 
, Feb. 
, Feb. 
, Feb. 
, Feb. 
, Feb. 
, Feb. 
, Mar. 
, Mar. 
, Mar. 
, Mar. 
, Mar. 
, Mar. 
, Mar. 
, Mar. 



23, 1905 

26, 1905 

27, 1905 

28, 1905 

29, 1905 

30, 1905 

2, 1906 

3, 1906 

4, 1906 

5, 1906 

6, 1906 

8, 1906 

9, 1906 

10, 1906 

11, 1906 

12, 1906 

13, 1906 

15, 1906 

16, 1906 

17, 1906 

18, 1906 

19, 1906 

20, 1906 

22, 1906 

23, 1906 

24, 1906 

25, 1906 

26, 1906 

27, 1906 

29, 1906 

30, 1906 

31, 1906 

1, 1906 

2, 1906 

3, 1906 

5, 1906 

6, 1906 

7, 1906 

8, 1906 

9, 1906 
10, 1906 

12, 1906 

13, 1906 

14, 1906 

15, 1906 

16, 1906 

17, 1906 

19, 1906 

20, 1906 

21, 1906 

23, 1906 

24, 1906 

26, 1906 

27, 1906 

28, 1906 

1, 1906 

2, 1906 

3, 1906 

5, 1906 

6, 1906 

7, 1906 

8, 1906 

9, 1906 



2508, Mar. 

2509, Mar. 

2510, Mar. 

2511, Mar. 

2512, Mar. 

2513, Mar. 

2514, Mar. 

2515, Mar. 

2516, Mar. 

2517, Mar. 

2518, Mai-. 

2519, Mar. 

2520, Mar. 

2521, Mar. 

2522, Mar. 

2523, Mar. 

2524, Mar. 

2525, Mar. 

2526, Mar. 

2527, Apr. 

2528, Apr. 

2529, Apr. 

2530, Apr. 

2531, Apr. 

2532, Apr. 

2533, Apr. 

2534, Apr. 

2535, Apr. 

2536, Apr. 

2537, Apr. 

2538, Apr. 

2539, Apr. 

2540, Apr. 

2541, Apr. 

2542, Apr. 

2543, Apr. 

2544, Apr. 

2545, Apr. 

2546, Apr. 

2547, Apr. 

2548, Apr. 

2549, Apr. 

2550, Apr. 

2551, Apr. 

2552, May 

2553, May 

2554, May 

2555, May 

2556, May 

2557, May 

2558, May 

2559, May 

2560, May 

2561, May 

2562, May 

2563, May 

2564, May 

2565, May 

2566, May 

2567, May 

2568, May 

2569, May 

2570, May 



1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 



2571 
2572 
2573 
2574 
2575 
2576 
2577 
2578 
2579 
2580 
2581 
2582 
2583 
2584 
2585 
2586 
2587 
2588 
2589 
2590 
2591 
2592 
2593 
2594 
2595 
2596 
2597 
2598 
2599 
2600 
2601 
2602 
2603 
2604 
2605 
2606 
2607 
2608 
2609 
2610 
2611 
2612 
2613 
2614 
2615 
2616 
2617 
2618 
2619 
2620 
2621 
2622 
2623 
2624 
2625 
2626 
2627 
2628 
2629 
2630 
2631 
2632 
2633 



, May 


23, 


, May 


24, 


, May 


25, 


, May 


26, 


, May 


28, 


, May 


29, 


, May 


31, 


, June 


1, 


, June 


2, 


, June 


4, 


, June 


5, 


, June 


6, 


, June 


7, 


, June 


8, 


, June 


9, 


, June 


11, 


, June 


12, 


, June 


13, 


, June 


14, 


, June 


15, 


, June 


16, 


, June 


18, 


, June 


19, 


, June 20, 


, June 


21, 


, June 


22, 


, June 


23, 


, June 


25, 


, June 


26, 


, June 


27, 


, June 


28, 


, June 


29, 


, June 


30, 


, July 


9 


, July 


3, 


, July 


5, 


, July 


6, 


,July 


7, 


,July 


9, 


,July 


10, 


,July 


11, 


, July 


12, 


,July 


13, 


, July 


14, 


,Juiy 


16, 


,July 


17, 


,July 


18, 


,July 


19, 


,July 


20, 


, July 


21, 


,July 


23, 


,July 


24, 


, Julv 


25, 


,July 


26, 


, July 


27, 


, July 


28, 


, July 


30, 


,July 


31, 


, Aug. 


1, 


, Aug. 


2, 


, Aug. 


3, 


, Aug. 


4, 


, Aug. 


6, 



1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 



350 



Classification 
no. 

CIO.S^: 

(no8.) 



CIO. MANUFACTURES BUREAU— Continued 

Daily consular and. trade reports [old series]— Cont'd 

2634, Aug. 7, 1906 2697, Oct. 20, J 906 

2635, Aug. 8, 1906 2698, Oct. 22, 1906 

2636, Aug. 9, 1906 2699, Oct. 23, 1906 

2637, Aug. 10, 1906 2700, Oct. 24, 1906 

2638, Aug. 11, 1906 2701, Oct. 25, 1906 

2639, Aug. 13, 1906 2702, Oct. 26, 1906 

2640, Aug. 14, 1906 2703, Oct. 27, 1906 

2641, Aug. 15, 1906 2704, Oct. 29, 1906 

2642, Aug. 16, 1906 2705, Oct. 30, 1906 

2643, Aug. 17, 1906 2706, Oct. 31, 1906 

2644, Aug. 18, 1906 2707, Nov. 1, 1906 

2645, Aug. 20, 1906 2708, Nov. 2, 1906 

2646, Aug. 21, 1906 2709, Nov. 3, 1906 

2647, Aug. 22, 1906 2710, Nov. 5, 1906 

2648, Aug. 23, 1906 2711, Nov. 6, 1906 

2649, Aug. 24, 1906 2712, Nov. 7, 1906 

2650, Aug. 25, 1906 2713, Nov. 8, 1906 

2651, Aug. 27, 1906 2714, Nov. 9, 1906 

2652, Aug. 28, 1906 2715, Nov. 10, 1906 

2653, Aug. 29, 1906 2716, Nov. 12, 1906 

2654, Aug. 30, 1906 2717, Nov. 13, 1906 

2655, Aug. 31, 1906 2718, Nov. 14, 1906 

2656, Sept. 1, 1906 2719, Nov. 15, 1906 

2657, Sept. 4, 1906 2720, Nov. 16, 1906 

2658, Sept. 5, 1906 2721, Nov. 17, 1906 

2659, Sept. 6, 1906 2722, Nov. 19, 1906 

2660, Sept. 7, 1906 2723, Nov. 20, 1906 

2661, Sept. 8, 1906 2724, Nov. 21, 1906 

2662, Sept. 10, 1906 2725, Nov. 22, 1906 

2663, Sept. 11, 1906 2726, Nov. 23, 1906 

2664, Sept. 12, 1906 2727, Nov. 24, 1906 

2665, Sept. 13, 1906 2728, Nov. 26, 1906 

2666, Sept. 14, 1906 2729, Nov. 27, 1906 

2667, Sept. 15, 1906 2730, Nov. 28, 1906 

2668, Sept. 17, 1906 2731, Nov. 30, 1906 

2669, Sept. 18, 1906 2732, Dec. 1, 1906 

2670, Sept. 19, 1906 2733, Dec. 3, 1906 

2671, Sept. 20, 1906 2734, Dec. 4, 1906 

2672, Sept. 21, 1906 2735, Dec. 5, 1906 

2673, Sept. 22, 1906 2736, Dec. 6, 1906 

2674, Sept. 24, 1906 2737, Dec. 7, 1906 

2675, Sept. 25, 1906 2738, Dec. 8, 1906 

2676, Sept. 26, 1906 2739, Dec. 10, 1906 

2677, Sept. 27, 3906 2740, Dec. 11, 1906 

2678, Sept. 28, 1906 2741, Dec. 12, 1906 

2679, Sept. 29, 1906 2742, Dec. 13, 1906 

2680, Oct. 1, 1906 2743, Dec. 14, 1906 

2681, Oct. 2, 1906 2744, Dec. 15, 1906 

2682, Oct. 3, 1906 2745, Dec. 17, 1906 

2683, Oct. 4, 1906 2746, Dec. 18, 1906 

2684, Oct. 5, 1906 2747, Dec. 19, 1906 

2685, Oct. 6, 1906 2748, Dec. 20, 1906 

2686, Oct. 8, 1906 2749, Dec. 21, 1906 

2687, Oct. 9, 1906 2750, Dec. 22, 1906 

2688, Oct. 10, 1906 2751, Dec. 24, 1906 

2689, Oct. 11, 1906 2752, Dec. 26, 1906 

2690, Oct. 12, 1906 2753, Dec. 27, 1906 

2691, Oct. 13, 1906 2754, Dec. 28, 1906 

2692, Oct. 15, 1906 2755, Dec. 29, 1906 

2693, Oct. 16, 1906 2756, Dec. 31, 1906 

2694, Oct. 17, 1906 2757, Jan. 2, 1907 

2695, Oct. 18, 1906 2758, Jan. 3, 1907 

2696, Oct. 19, 1906 2759, Jan. 4, 1907 



2760, 


Jan. 


5, 


1907 


2761, 


Jan. 


7, 


1907 


2762, 


Jan. 


8, 


1907 


2763, 


Jan. 


9, 


1907 


2764, 


Jan. 


10, 


1907 


2765, 


Jan. 


11, 


1907 


2766, 


Jan. 


12, 


1907 


2767, 


Jan. 


14, 


1907 


2768, 


Jan. 


15, 


1907 


2769, 


Jan. 


16, 


1907 


2770, 


Jan. 


17! 


1907 


2771, 


Jan. 


18, 


1907 


2772, 


Jan. 


19; 


1907 


2773, 


Jan. 


21, 


1907 


2774, 


Jan. 


22, 


1907 


2775, 


Jan. 


23, 


1907 


2776, 


Jan. 


24, 


1907 


2777, 


Jan. 


25, 


1907 


2778, 


Jan. 


26, 


1907 


2779, 


Jan. 


28, 


1907 


2780, 


Jan. 


29, 


1907 


2781, 


Jan. 


30, 


1907 


2782, 


Jan. 


31, 


1907 


2783, 


Feb. 


1, 


1907 


2784, 


Feb. 


2, 


1907 


2785, 


Feb. 


4, 


1907 


2786, 


Feb. 


5, 


1907 


2787, 


Feb. 


6, 


1907 


2788, 


Feb. 


7, 


1907 


2789, 


Feb. 


8, 


1907 


2790, 


Feb. 


9; 


1907 


2791, 


Feb. 


11, 


1907 


2792, 


Feb. 


12, 


1907 


2793, 


Feb. 


13; 


1907 


2794, 


Feb. 


14, 


1907 


2795, 


Feb. 


15, 


1907 


2796, 


Feb. 


16, 


1907 


2797, 


Feb. 


18, 


1907 


2798, 


Feb. 


]9, 


1907 


2799, 


Feb. 


20, 


1907 


2800, 


Feb. 


21, 


1907 


2801, 


Feb. 


23, 


1907 


2802, 


Feb. 


25, 


1907 


2803, 


Feb. 


26, 


1907 


2804, 


Feb. 


27, 


1907 


2805, 


Feb. 


28, 


1907 


2806, 


Mar. 


1, 


1907 


2807, 


Mar. 


2 


1907 


2808 


Mar. 


4, 


1907 


2809 


Mar. 


5, 


1907 


2810 


Mar. 


6, 


1907 


2811 


Mar. 


7, 


1907 


2812 


Mar. 


8, 


1907 


2813 


Mar. 


9, 


1907 


2814 


Mar. 


11, 


1907 


2815 


Mar. 


12 


1907 


2816 


Mar. 


13, 


1907 


2817 


Mar. 


14, 


1907 


2818 


Mar. 


15, 


1907 


2819 


Mar. 


16, 


1907 


2820 


Mar. 


18, 


1907 


2821 


Mar. 


19, 


1907 


2822 


Mar. 


20, 


1907 



351 



ClasslfloAtlon 

no. 




CIO. 


MANl 


C10.5': 


Dally CO 


nsular 


(noe.) 


2823. Mar. 


21, 1907 




2824, 


Mar. 


22, 1907 




2825, 


Mar. 


23, 1907 




2826, 


Mar. 


25, 1907 




2827, 


Mar. 


26, 1907 




2828, 


Mar. 


27, 1907 




2829, 


Mar. 


28, 1907 




2830, 


Mar. 


29, 1907 




2831, 


Mar. 


30, 1907 




2832, 


Apr. 


1, 1907 




2833, 


Apr. 


2, 1907 




2834, 


Apr. 


3, 1907 




2835, 


Apr. 


4, 1907 




2836, 


Apr. 


5, 1907 




2837, 


Apr. 


6, 1907 




2838, 


Apr. 


8, 1907 




2839, 


Apr. 


9, 1907 




2840, 


Apr. 


10, 1907 




2841, 


Apr. 


11, 1907 




2842, 


Apr. 


12, 1907 




2843, 


Apr. 


13, 1907 




2844, 


Apr. 


15, 1907 




2845 


Apr. 


16, 1907 




2846 


Apr. 


17, 1907 




2847 


Apr. 


18, 1907 




2848 


Apr. 


19, J 907 




2849 


Apr. 


20, 1907 




2850 


Apr. 


22, 1907 




2851 


Apr. 


23, 1907 




2852 


Apr. 


24, 1907 




2853 


Apr. 


25, 1907 




2854 


Apr. 


26, 1907 




2855 


Apr. 


27, 1907 




2856 


Apr. 


29, J 907 




2857 


Apr. 


30, 1907 




2858 


May 


1, 1907 




2859 


May 


2, 1907 




2860 


May 


3, 1907 




2861 


May 


4, 1907 




2862 


May 


6, 1907 




2863 


May 


7, 1907 




2864 


May 


8, 1907 




2865 


May 


9, 1907 




2866 


Mav 


10, 1907 




2867 


May 


11, 1907 




2868 


May 


13, 1907 




2869 


May 


14, 1907 




2870 


May 


15, 1907 




2871 


May 


16, 1907 




2872 


May 


17, 1907 




2873 


May 


18, 1907 




2874 


May 


20, 1907 




2875 


May 


21, 1907 


, 


2876 


May 


22, 1907 




2877 


,May 


23, 1907 




2878 


, May 


24, 1907 




2879 


, May 


25, 1907 




2880 


,May 


27, 1907 




2881 


, Mav 


28, 1907 




2882 


, May 


29, 1907 




2883 


; May 


31, 1907 




2884 


, June 


1, 1907 




2885 


, June 


3. 1907 



CIO. MANUFACTURES BUREAU— Continued 



2886, June 

2887, June 

2888, June 

2889, June 

2890, June 

2891, June 

2892, June 

2893, June 

2894, June 

2895, June 

2896, June 

2897, June 

2898, June 

2899, June 

2900, June 

2901, June 

2902, June 

2903, June 

2904, June 

2905, June 

2906, June 

2907, June 

2908, June 

2909, July 

2910, July 

2911, July 

2912, July 

2913, July 

2914, July 

2915, July 

2916, July 

2917, July 

2918, July 

2919, July 

2920, July 

2921, July 

2922, July 

2923, July 

2924, July 

2925, July 

2926, July 

2927, July 

2928, July 

2929, July 

2930, July 

2931, July 

2932, July 

2933, July 

2934, July 

2935, Aug. 

2936, Aug. 

2937, Aug. 

2938, Aug. 

2939, Aug. 

2940, Aug. 

2941, Aug. 

2942, Aug. 

2943, Aug. 

2944, Aug. 

2945, Aug. 

2946, Aug. 

2947, Aug. 

2948, Aug. 



1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1007 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 



2949, Aug. 

2950, Aug. 

2951, Aug. 

2952, Aug. 

2953, Aug. 

2954, Aug. 

2955, Aug. 

2956, Aug. 

2957, Aug. 

2958, Aug. 

2959, Aug. 

2960, Aug. 

2961, Aug. 

2962, Sept. 

2963, Sept. 

2964, Sept. 

2965, Sept. 

2966, Sept. 

2967, Sept. 

2968, Sept. 

2969, Sept. 

2970, Sept. 

2971, Sept. 

2972, Sept. 

2973, Sept. 

2974, Sept. 

2975, Sept. 

2976, Sept. 

2977, Sept. 

2978, Sept. 

2979, Sept. 

2980, Sept. 

2981, Sept. 

2982, Sept. 

2983, Sept. 

2984, Sept. 

2985, Sept. 

2986, Oct. 

2987, Oct. 

2988, Oct. 

2989, Oct. 

2990, Oct. 

2991, Oct. 

2992, Oct. 
'2993, Oct. 

2994, Oct. 

2995, Oct. 

2996, Oct. 

2997, Oct. 

2998, Oct. 

2999, Oct. 

3000, Oct. 

3001, Oct. 

3002, Oct. 

3003, Oct. 

3004, Oct. 

3005, Oct. 

3006, Oct. 

3007, Oct. 

3008, Oct. 

3009, Oct. 

3010, Oct. 

3011, Oct. 



17, 1907 

19, 1907 

20, 1907 

21, 1907 

22, 1907 

23, 1907 

24, 1907 

26, 1907 

27, 1907 

28, 1907 

29, 1907 

30, 1907 

31, 1907 
3, 1907 
4,1907 
5, 1907 
6,1907 
7, 1907 
9, 1907 

10, 1907 

11, 1907 

12, 1907 

13, 1907 

14, 1907 

16, 1907 

17, 1907 

18, 1907 

19, 1907 

20, 1907 

21, 1907 

23, 1907 

24, 1907 

25, 1907 

26, 1907 

27, 1907 

28, 1907 
30, 1907 

1, 1907 

2, 1907 

3, 1907 

4, 1907 

5, 1907 

7, 1907 

8, 1907 

9, 1907 

10, 1907 

11, 1907 

12, 1907 

14, 1907 

15, 1907 

16, 1907 

17, 1907 

18, 1907 

19, 1907 

21 , 1907 

22, 1907 

23, 1907 

24, 1907 

25, 1907 

26, 1907 

28, 1907 

29, 1907 

30, 1907 



352 



Classlflcation 
no. 



CIO. MANUFACTURERS BUREAU— Continued 



C10.5 ^ : Daily consular and trade reports [old series]— Cont'd 



(nos.) 



Daily cc 

3012, Oct. 


)ns 

31, 


3013, Nov. 


1, 


3014, Nov. 


2, 


3015, Nov. 


4, 


3016, Nov. 


' 5, 


3017, Nov. 


6, 


3018, Nov. 


7, 


3019, Nov. 


8, 


3020, Nov. 


9, 


3021, Nov. 


11, 


3022, Nov. 


12, 


3023, Nov. 


13, 


3024, Nov. 


14, 


3025, Nov. 


15, 


3026, Nov. 


16, 


3027, Nov. 


18, 


3028, Nov. 


19, 


3029, Nov. 


20, 


3030, Nov. 


21, 


3031, Nov. 


22, 


3032, Nov. 


23, 


3033, Nov. 


25, 


3034, Nov. 


26, 


3035, Nov. 


27, 


3036, Nov. 


29, 


3037, Nov. 


30, 


3038, Dec. 


2, 


3039, Dec. 


3, 


3040, Dec. 


4, 


3041, Dec. 


5, 


3042, Dec. 


6, 


3043, Dec. 


7, 


3044, Dec. 


9, 


3045, Dec. 


10, 


3046, Dec. 


11, 


3047, Dec. 


12, 


3048, Dec. 


13, 


3049, Dec. 


14, 


3050, Dec. 


16, 


3051, Dec. 


17, 


3052, Dec. 


18, 


3053, Dec. 


19, 


3054, Dec. 


20, 


3055, Dec. 


21, 


3056, Dec. 


23, 


3057, Dec. 


24, 


3058, Dec. 


26, 


3059, Dec. 


27, 


3060, Dec. 


28, 


3061, Dec. 


30, 


3062, Dec. 


31, 


3063, Jan. 


2, 


3064, Jan. 


3, 


3065, Jan. 


4, 


3066, Jan. 


6, 


3067, Jan. 


7, 


3068, Jan. 


8, 


3069, Jan. 


9, 


3070, Jan. 


10, 


3071, Jan. 


11, 


3072, Jan. 


13; 


3073, Jan. 


14, 


3074, Jan. 


15, 



1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 



3075, 


Jan. 


16, 


3076, 


Jan. 


17, 


3077, 


Jan. 


18, 


3078, 


Jan. 


20, 


3079, 


Jan. 


21, 


3080, 


Jan. 


22, 


3081, 


Jan. 


23, 


3082, 


Jan. 


24, 


3083, 


Jan. 


25, 


3084, 


Jan. 


27, 


3085, 


Jan. 


28, 


3086, 


Jan. 


29, 


3087, 


Jan. 


30, 


3088 


Jan . 


31, 


3089, 


Feb. 


1, 


3090, 


Feb. 


3, 


3091, 


Feb. 


4, 


3092, 


Feb. 


5, 


3093, 


Feb. 


0, 


3094, 


Feb. 


7, 


3095, 


Feb. 


8, 


3096, 


Feb. 


10, 


3097, 


Feb. 


11, 


3098, 


Feb. 


12, 


3099, 


Feb. 


13, 


3100, 


Feb. 


14, 


3101, 


Feb. 


15, 


3102, 


Feb. 


17, 


3103, 


Feb. 


18, 


3104, 


Feb. 


19, 


3105, 


Feb. 


20, 


3106, 


Feb. 


21, 


3107, 


Feb. 


24, 


3108, 


Feb. 


25, 


3109, 


Feb. 


26, 


3110, 


Feb. 


27, 


3111, 


Feb. 


28, 


3112, 


Feb. 


29, 


3113, 


Mar. 


2 


3114, 


Mar. 


s! 


3115, 


Mar. 


4, 


3116, 


Mar. 


5, 


3117, 


Mar. 


6, 


3118, 


Mar. 


7, 


3119, 


Mar. 


9, 


3120, 


Mar. 


10, 


3121, 


Mar. 


11, 


3122, 


Mar. 


12, 


3123, 


Mar. 


13, 


3124, 


Mar. 


14, 


3125, 


Mar. 


16, 


3126, 


Mar. 


17, 


3127, 


Mar. 


18, 


3128, 


Mar. 


19, 


3129, 


Mar. 


20, 


3139, 


Mar. 


21, 


3131, 


Mar. 


23, 


3132, 


Mar. 


24; 


3133, 


Mar. 


25, 


3134, 


Mar. 


26, 


3135, 


Mar. 


27, 


3136, 


Mar. 


28, 


3137, 


Mar 


30, 



1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 



3138 
3139 
3140 
3141 
3142 
3143 
3144 
3145 
3146 
3147 
3148 
3149 
3150 
3151 
3152 
3153 
3154 
3155 
3156 
3157 
3158 
3159 
3160 
3161 
3162 
3163 
3164 
3165 
3166 
3167 
3168 
3169 
3170 
3171 
3172 
3173 
3174 
3175 
3176 
3177 
3178 
3179 
3180 
3181 
3182 
3183 
3184 
31«5 
3186 
3187 
3188 
3189 
3190 
3191 
3192 
3193 
3194 
3195 
3196 
3197 
3198 
3199 
3200 



, Mar. 


31, 


, Apr. 


1, 


, Apr. 


2, 


, Apr. 


3, 


, Apr. 


4, 


, Apr. 


6, 


, Apr. 


7, 


, Apr. 


8, 


, Apr. 


9, 


, Apr. 


10, 


, Apr. 


11, 


, Apr. 


13, 


, Apr. 


14, 


, Apr. 


15, 


, Apr. 


16, 


, Apr. 


17, 


, Apr. 


18, 


, Apr. 


20, 


, Apr. 


21, 


, Apr. 


22, 


, Apr. 


23, 


, Apr. 


24, 


, Apr. 


25, 


, Apr. 


27, 


, Apr. 


28, 


, Apr. 


29, 


, Apr. 


30, 


, May 


1, 


, May 


2, 


, May 


4, 


, May 


5, 


, May 


6, 


, May 


7, 


,May 


8, 


, May 


9, 


, May 


11, 


, May 


12, 


, May 


13, 


, May 


14, 


, May 


15, 


, May 


16, 


, May 


18, 


, May 


19, 


, May 


20, 


,May 


21, 


, May 


22, 


, May 


23, 


, May 


25, 


,May 


26, 


,May 


27, 


, May 


28, 


, May 


29, 


, June 


1, 


, June 


2, 


, June 


3, 


, June 


4, 


, June 


5, 


, June 


6, 


, June 


8, 


, June 


9, 


, June 


10, 


, June 


11, 


, June 


12, 



353 



Classlflcatlon 
ou. 



CIO. MANUFACTURES BUREAU— Continued 



C10.5 ' : Dally consular and trade reports [old eeries]— Cont'd 



(no8.) 



Dal 

3201 


ly cons 

June 13, 


3202 


June 15, 


3203 


June 16, 


3204 


June 17, 


3205 


June 18, 


3206 


June 19, 


3207 


June 20, 


3208 


June 22, 


3209 


June 23, 


3210 


June 24, 


3211 


June 25, 


3212 


June 26, 


3213 


June 27, 


3214 


June 29, 


3215 


June 30, 


3216 


July 1, 


3217 


July 2, 


3218 


July 3, 


3219 


July 6, 


3220 


July 7, 


3221 


July 8, 


3222 


July 9, 


3223 


July 10, 


3224 


July 11, 


3225 


July 13, 


3226 


July 14, 


3227 


July 15, 


3228 


July 16, 


3229 


July 17, 


3230 


July 18, 


3231 


July 20, 


3232 


July 21, 


3233 


July 22, 


3234 


,July 23, 


3235 


July 24, 


3236 


,July 25, 


3237 


, July 27, 


3238 


July 28, 


3239 


July 29, 


3240 


July 30, 


3241 


July 31, 


3242 


Aug. 1, 


3243 


Aug. 3, 


3244 


Aug. 4, 


3245 


Aug. 5, 


3246 


Aug. 6, 


3247 


Aug. 7, 


3248 


Aug. 8, 


3249 


Aug. 10, 


3250 


.Aug. 11, 


3251 


Aug. 12, 


3252 


Aug. 13, 


3253 


Aug. 14, 


3254 


Aug. 15, 


3255 


, Aug. 17, 


3256 


, Aug. 18, 


3257 


Aug. 19, 


3258 


Aug. 20, 


3259 


Aug. 21, 


3260 


Aug. 22, 


3261 


Aug. 24, 


3262 


Aug. 25, 



1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 



3263 


Aug. 


26. 


3264 


Aug. 


27, 


3265 


Aug. 


28, 


3266 


Aug. 


29, 


3267 


Aug. 


31, 


3268 


Sept. 


1, 


3269 


Sept. 


2, 


3270 


Sept. 


3, 


3271 


Sept. 


4, 


3272 


Sept. 


5, 


3273 


Sept. 


8, 


3274 


Sept. 


9, 


3275 


Sept. 


10, 


3276 


Sept. 


11, 


3277 


Sept. 


12, 


3278 


Sept. 


14, 


3279 


Sept. 


15, 


3280 


Sept. 


16, 


3281 


Sept. 


17, 


3282 


Sept. 


18, 


3283 


Sept. 


19, 


3284 


Sept. 


21, 


3285 


Sept, 


22, 


3286 


Sept. 


23, 


3287 


Sept. 


24, 


3288 


Sept. 


25, 


3289 


Sept. 


26, 


3290 


Sept. 


28, 


3291 


Sept. 


29, 


3292 


Sept. 


30, 


3293 


Oct. 


1, 


3294 


Oct. 


2, 


3295 


Oct. 


3, 


3296 


Oct. 


5, 


3297 


Oct. 


6, 


3298 


Oct. 


7, 


3299 


Oct. 


8, 


3300 


Oct. 


9, 


3301 


Oct. 


10, 


3302 


Oct. 


12, 


3303 


Oct. 


13, 


3304 


Oct. 


14, 


3305 


Oct. 


15, 


3306 


Oct. 


16, 


3307 


Oct. 


17, 


3308 


Oct. 


19, 


3309 


Oct. 


20, 


3310 


Oct. 


21, 


3311 


Oct. 


22, 


3312 


Oct. 


23, 


3313 


Oct. 


24, 


3314 


Oct. 


26, 


3315 


Oct. 


27, 


3316 


Oct. 


28, 


3317 


Oct. 


29, 


3318 


Oct. 


30, 


3319 


Oct. 


31, 


3320 


Nov. 


2, 


3321 


Nov. 


3, 


3322 


Nov. 


4, 


3323 


Nov. 


5, 


3324, 


Nov. 


6, 



1908 
1908 
1908 
H)08 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 



3325 
3326 
3327 
3328 
3329 
33:30 
3331 
3332 
3333 
3334 
3335 
3336 
3337 
3338 
3339 
3340 
3341 
3342 
3343 
3344 
3345 
3346 
3347 
3348 
3349 
3350 
3351 
3352 
3353 
3354 
3355 
3356 
3357 
3358 
3359 
3360 
3361 
3362 
3363 
3364 
3365 
3366 
3367 
3368 
3369 
3370 
3371 
3372 
3373 
3374 
3375 
3376 
3377 
3378 
3379 
3380 
3381 
3382 
3383 
3384 
3385 
3386 



, Nov. 


7, 


, Nov. 


9, 


,Nov. 


10, 


, Nov. 


11, 


,Nov. 


12, 


I, Nov. 


13, 


,Nov. 


14, 


,Nov. 


16, 


,Nov. 


17, 


, Nov. 


18, 


, Nov. 


19, 


>, Nov. 


20, 


,Nov. 


21, 


\, Nov. 


23, 


f, Nov. 


24, 


1, Nov. 


25, 


, Nov. 


27, 


I, Nov. 


28, 


;, Nov. 


30, 


,Dec. 


1, 


), Dec. 


2, 


), Dec. 


3, 


', Dec. 


4, 


;, Dec. 


5, 


), Dec. 


7, 


), Dec. 


8, 


,Dec. 


9, 


!, Dec. 


10, 


;, Dec. 


11, 


[, Dec. 


12, 


). Dec. 


14, 


), Dec. 


15, 


\ Dec. 


16, 


I, Dec. 


17, 


), Dec. 


18, 


). Dec. 


19, 


, Dec. 


21 


5, Dec. 


22, 


5, Dec. 


23, 


[, Dec. 


24, 


), Dec. 


26, 


), Dec. 


28, 


, Dec. 


29, 


;, Dec. 


30, 


), Dec. 


31, 


), Jan. 


2, 


, Jan. 


4, 


!, Jan. 


5, 


;, Jan. 


6, 


[, Jan. 


7, 


), Jan. 


8, 


), Jan. 


9, 


\ Jan. 


11, 


\, Jan. 


12, 


), Jan. 


13, 


), Jan. 


14, 


, Jan. 


15, 


, Jan. 


16, 


», Jan. 


18, 


, Jan. 


19, 


, Jan. 


20, 


, Jan. 


21, 



, 1908 
, 1908 
, 1908 
, 1908 
, 1908 
, 1908 
, 1908 
, 1908 
, 1908 
, 1908 
, 1908 
, 1908 
, 1908 
,1908 
, 1908 
, 1908 
, 1908 
, 1908 
, 1908 
, 1908 
, 1908 
, 1908 
, 1908 
, 1D08 
, 1908 
, 1908 
, 1908 
, 1908 
, 1908 
, 1908 
, 1908 
, 1908 
, 1908 
, 1908 
, 1908 
, 1908 
, 1908 
, 1908 
, 1908 
, 1908 
, 1908 
, 1908 
1908 
, 1908 
,1908 
, 1909 
, 1909 
, 1909 
, 1909 
, 1909 
,1909 
, 1909 
, 1909 
, 1909 
, 1909 
, 1909 
, 1909 
, 1909 
, 1909 
, 1909 
, 1909 
, 1909 



82452°— 11- 



23^ 



354 



Classification 
no. 




CIO. 


MANUFAC TURKS BURE ATX— Continued 


C10.5 : 


Daily consular and trade 


ceports [old series]— Cont'd 


(nos.) 


3387, Jan. 


22, 1909 


3450, Apr. 


8, 1909 


3513, June 


22, 1909 




3388 


, Jan. 


23 


1909 


3451, Apr. 


9, 1909 


3514, June 


23 


, 1909 




3389 


, Jan. 


25 


1909 


3452, Apr. 


10, 1909 


3515, June 


24 


1909 




3390 


, Jan. 


26 


1909 


3453. Apr. 


12, 1909 


8516, June 


25 


1909 




3391 


Jan. 


•27 


1909 


3454, Apr. 


13, 1909 


3517, June 


26 


1909 




3392 


Jan. 


28 


1909 


3455, Apr. 


14, 1909 


3518, June 


28 


1909 




3393 


Jan. 


29 


1909 


3456, Apr. 


15, 1909 


3519, June 


29 


, 1909 




3394 


Jan. 


30 


1909 


3457, Apr. 


16, 1909 


3520, June 


30 


1909 




3395 


Feb. 


1 


1909 


3458, Apr. 


17, 1909 


3521, July 


1 


1909 




3396 


Feb. 


2 


1909 


3459, Apr. 


19, 1909 


3522. July 


2 


1909 




3397 


Feb. 


3 


1909 


3460, Apr. 


20, 1909 


3523, July 


3 


1909 




3398 


Feb. 


4 


1909 


3461. Apr. 


21, 1909 


3524, July 


6 


1909 




3399 


Feb. 


5 


1909 


3462, Apr. 


22, 1909 


3525, July 


7 


1909 




3400 


Feb. 


6 


1909 


3463, Apr. 


23, 1909 


3526, July 


8 


1909 




3401 


Feb. 


8 


1909 


3464, Apr. 


24, 1909 


3527, July 


9 


1909 




3402 


Feb. 


9 


1909 


3465, Apr. 


26, 1909 


3528, July 


10 


1909 




3403 


Feb. 


10 


1909 


3466, Apr. 


27, 1909 


3529. July 


12 


1909 




3404 


Feb. 


11 


1909 


3467, Apr. 


28, 1909 


3530, July 


13 


1909 




3405 


Feb. 


12 


1909 


3468, Apr. 


29, 1909 


3531, July 


14 


1909 




3406 


Feb. 


13 


1909 


3469. Apr. 


30, 1909 


3532, July 


15 


1909 




3407 


Feb. 


15 


1909 


3470, Mav 


1, 1909 


3533, July 


16 


1909 




3408 


Feb. 


16 


1909 


3471, May 


3, 1909 


3534, July 


17 


1909 




3409 


Feb. 


17 


1909 


3472, Mav 


4, 1909 


3535, July 


19 


1909 




3410 


Feb. 


18 


1909 


3473, May 


5, 1909 


3536, July 


20 


1909 




3411 


Feb. 


19 


1909 


3474, May 


6, 1909 


3537, Julv 


21 


1909 




3412 


Feb. 


20 


1909 


3475, May 


7, 1909 


3538, July 


22 


1909 




3413 


Feb. 


23 


1909 


3476, Mav 


8, 1909 


3539, Julv 


23 


1909 




3414 


Feb. 


24 


1909 


3477, May 


10, 1909 


3540, July 


24 


1909 




3415 


Feb. 


25 


1909 


3478, May 


11, 1909 


3541, July 


26 


1909 




3416 


Feb. 


26 


1909 


3479, Mav 


12, 1909 


3542, July 


27 


1909 




3417 


Feb. 


27 


1909 


3480, May 


13, 1909 


3543, July 


28 


1909 




3418 


Mar. 


1 


1909 


3481, May 


14, 1909 


3544, July 


29 


1909 




3419 


Mar. 


2 


1909 


3482, May 


15, 1909 


3545, July 


30 


1909 




3420 


Mar. 


3 


1909 


3483, Mav 


17, 1909 


3546, July 


31 


1909 




3421 


Mar. 


5 


1909 


3484, May 


18, 1909 


3547, Aug. 


2 


1909 




3422 


Mar. 


6 


1909 


3485, May 


19, 1909 


3548, Aug. 


3 


1909 




3423 


Mar. 


8 


1909 


3486, May 


20, 1909 


3549, Aug. 


4 


1909 




3424 


Mar. 


9 


1909 


3487, Mav 


21, 1909 


3550, Aug. 


5 


1909 




3425 


Mar. 


10 


1909 


3488, May 


22, 1909 


3551, Aug. 


6 


1909 




3426 


Mar. 


11 


1909 


3489, May 


24, 1909 


3552, Aug. 


7 


1909 




3427 


Mar. 


12 


1909 


3490, May 


25, 1909 


3553, Aug. 


9 


1909 




3428 


Mar. 


13 


1909 


3491, May 


26, 1909 


3554, Aug. 


10 


1909 




3429 


Mar. 


15 


1909 


3492, May 


27, 1909 


3555, Aug. 


11 


1909 




3430 


Mar. 


16 


1909 


3493, May 


28, 1909 


3556. Aug. 


12 


1909 




3431 


Mar. 


17 


1909 


3494, May 


29, 1909 


3557, Aug. 


13 


1909 




3432 


Mar. 


18 


1909 


3495, June 


1, 1909 


3558, Aug. 


14 


1909 




3433 


Mar. 


19 


1909 


3496, June 


2, 1909 


3559, Aug. 


16 


1909 




0404 


Mar. 


20, 


1909 


3497, June 


3, 1909 


3560, Aug. 


17 


1909 




3435 


Mar. 


22 


1909 


3498, June 


4, 1909 


3561, Aug. 


18 


1909 




3436 


Mar. 


23 


1909 


3499, June 


5, 1909 


3562, Aug. 


19 


1909 




3437 


Mar. 


24 


1909 


3500, June 


7, 1909 


3563, Aug. 


20 


1909 




3438 


Mar. 


25 


1909 


3501, June 


8, 1909 


3564, Aug. 


21 


1909 




3439 


Mar. 


26 


1909 


3502, June 


9, 1909 


3565, Aug. 


23 


1909 




3440 


Mar. 


27 


1909 


3503, June 


10, 1909 


3566, Aug. 


24 


1909 




3441 


Mar. 


29 


1909 


3504, June 


11, 1909 


3567, Aug. 


25 


1909 




3442 


Mar. 


30 


1909 


3505, June 


12, 1909 


3568, Aug. 


26 


1909 




3443 


Mar. 


31 


1909 


3506, June 


14, 1909 


3569, Aug. 


27 


1909 




3444 


Apr. 


1 


1909 


3507, June 


15, 1909 


3570, Aug. 


28 


1909 




3445 


Apr. 


2 


1909 


3508, June 


16, 1909 


3571, Aug. 


30 


1909 




3446 


Apr. 


3 


1909 


3509, June 


17, 1909 


3572, Aug. 


31 


1909 




3447 


Apr. 


5 


1909 


3510, June 


18, 1909 


3573, Sept. 


1 


1909 




3448 


Apr. 


6 


1909 


3511, June 


19, 1909 


3574, Sept. 


2 


1909 




3449 


Apr. 


7 


1909 


3512, June 


21, 1909 


3575, Sept. 


3, 


1909 



355 



CIO. MANUFACTURES BUREAU— Continued 
C10.5' : ! Dally consular and trade reports [old series]— Cont'd 



CiMiilflcatlon 
no. 



(nos.) 



3576, Sept. 

3577, Sept. 

3578, Sept. 

3579, Sept. 

3580, Sept. 

3581, Sept. 

3582, Sept. 

3583, Sept. 

3584, Sept. 

3585, Sept. 

3586, Sept. 

3587, Sept. 

3588, Sept. 

3589, Sept. 

3590, Sept. 

3591, Sept. 

3592, Sept. 

3593, Sept. 

3594, Sept. 

3595, Sept. 

3596, Sept. 

3597, Sept. 

3598, Oct. 

3599, Oct. 

3600, Oct. 

3601, Oct. 

3602, Oct. 

3603, Oct. 

3604, Oct. 

3605, Oct. 

3606, Oct. 

3607, Oct. 

3608, Oct. 



4,1909 

7, 1909 

8, 1909 
9,1909 

10, 1909 

11, 1909 

13, 1909 

14, 1909 

15, 1909 

16, 1909 

17, 1909 

18, 1909 

20, 1909 

21 , 1909 

22, 1909 

23, 1909 

24, 1909 

25, 1909 

27, 1909 

28, 1909 

29, 1909 
80, 1909 

1, 1909 

2, 1909 
4, 1909 

1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 

11, 1909 

12, 1909 

13, 1909 



3609, Oct. 

3610, Oct. 

3611, Oct. 

3612, Oct. 

3613, Oct. 

3614, Oct. 

3615, Oct. 

3616, Oct. 

3617, Oct. 

3618, Oct. 

3619, Oct. 

3620, Oct. 

3621, Oct. 

3622, Oct. 
3G23, Oct. 

3624, Nov. 

3625, Nov. 

3626, Nov. 

3627, Nov. 

3628, Nov. 

3629, Nov. 

3630, Nov. 

3631, Nov. 

3632, Nov. 

3633, Nov. 

3634, Nov. 

3635, Nov. 

3636, Nov. 

3637, Nov. 

3638, Nov. 

3639, Nov. 

3640, Nov. 

3641, Nov. 



14, 1909 

15, 1909 

16, 1909 

18, 1909 

19, 1909 

20, 1909 

21, 1909 

22, 1909 

23, 1909 

25, 1909 

26, 1909 

27, 1909 

28, 1909 

29, 1909 

30, 1909 

1, 1909 

2, 1909 

3, 1909 

4, 1909 

5, 1909 

6, 1909 

8, 1909 

9, 1909 

10, 1909 

11, 3909 
12, 1909 
13, 1909 

15, 1909 

16, 1909 

17, 1909 

18, 1909 

19, 1909 

20, 1909 



3642, Nov. 

3643, Nov. 

3644, Nov. 

3645, Nov. 

3646, Nov. 

3647, Nov. 

3648, Nov. 

3649, Dec. 

3650, Dec. 

3651, Dec. 

3652, Dec. 

3653, Dec. 

3654, Dec. 

3655, Dec. 

3656, Dec. 

3657, Dec. 

3658, Dec. 

3659, Dec. 

3660, Dec. 

3661, Dec. 

3662, Dec. 

3663, Dec. 

3664, Dec. 

3665, Dec. 

3666, Dec. 

3667, Dec. 

3668, Dec. 

3669, Dec. 

3670, Dec. 

3671, Dec. 

3672, Dec. 

3673, Dec. 
3674 t. Dec, 



22, 1909 

23, 1909 

24, 1909 

26, 1909 

27, 1909 

29, 1909 

30, 1909 

1, 1909 

2, 1909 

3, 1909 



4, 1909 

6, 1909 

7, 1909 

8, 1909 

9, 1909 
10, 1909 
11, 1909 

13, 1909 

14, 1909 

15, 1909 

16, 1909 

17, 1909 

18, 1909 

20, 1909 

21, 1909 

22, 1909 

23, 1909^ 

24, 1909 

27, 1909 

28, 1909 

29, 1909 

30, 1909 
.31, 1909 1 



C10.6: Monthly consular and trade reports 

(nos.) 



[Transferred from Statistics Bureau, Commerce and Labor Dept. (C14.8:), July, 1905. 
The title was changed from Monthly consular reports to its present form July, 
1905.] 



Sec, for earlier number!?, S4.7: 



298, July, 1905 

299, Aug. 1905 

300, Sept. 1905 

301, Oct. 1905 

302, Nov. 1905 

303, Dec. 1905 

304, Jan. 1906 



4840-334 
4840-335 
4840-336 
4841-337 
4841-338 
4841-339 
4996-513 



and C14.8: 

305, Feb. 1906 

306, Mar. 1906 

307, Apr. 1906 

308, Mav, 1906 

309, June, 1906 

310, July, 1906 

311, Au2. 1906 



4996-514 
4996-515 
4997-516 
4997-517 
4997-518 
4998-519^ 
4998-520^ 



t This Checklist ends with the publications of the calendar year 1909. The publi- 
cation of the Daily consular and trade reports was continued up to and including no. 
3722, Feb. 28, 1910. After this a weekly publication was substituted for a time; see 
footnote for CIO. 14: Beginning with the number for July 5, 1910, the daily issues 
were resumed, the first 50 numbers being designated, e. g., Newseries, v. 1, no. 1, serial 
no. 1. The 51st number, for Sept. 1, 1910, drops the above designation, substituting 
therefor the words "13th year, no. 51." Beginning with Jan. 3, 1911, the publication 
reads "14th year, no. 1." These changes have necessitated new classes for the publi- 
cations issued since July 5, 1910, as follows: 
CIO. 5 2 : Daily consular and trade reports [series July 5, 1910- ] 



(date 
and 

nos.) 

CIO.520: 
(CT) 



[The superior numbers following dates in book numbers are the "serial nos." or the "nos." 
which appear on the publications. The call numbers are therefore as follows: For 
issues from Julv 5-Aug. 31, 1910, C10.5 2:910 1-^; from Sept. 1-Dec. 31, 1910, C10.5»: 
910M-162; and beginning with Jan. 3, 1911, C10.5 2:9111- .] 

Daily consular and trade reports [series July 5, 1910- ] (separates) 



356 



CiassincatloQ 
no. 



CIO. MANUFACTURES BUREAU— Continued 



C.I 0.6 : Monthly consular and trade reports— Cont'd 



(noa. ) 



C10.6«: 

(CT) 

C10.7: 

J (v. nos.) 



1907 
1907 
1907 



312, Sept. 1906 

313, Oct. 1906 

314, Nov. 1906 

315, Dec. 1906 

316, Jan. 1907 

317, Feb. 

318, Mar. 

319, Apr. 

320, May, 1907 

321, June, 1907 

322, July, 1907 

323, Aug. 1907 

324, Sept. 1907 

325, Oct. 1907 

326, Nov, 

327, Dec. 

328, Jan. 

329, Feb. 

330, Mar. 

331, Apr. 



1907 
1907 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 



[4998-521 
4999-522 
4999-523 
4999-524 
5176-346 
5176-347 
5176-348 
5177-349 
5177-350 
5177-351 
5328-582 
5328-583 
5328-584 
5329-585 
5329-586 
5329-587 
5330-588 
5330-589 
5330-590 
5331-591 



332, May, 

333, June, 

334, Julv, 

335, Aug. 

336, Sept. 

337, Oct. 

338, Nov. 

339, Dec. 

340, Jan. 

341, Feb. 

342, Mar. 

343, Apr. 

344, May, 

345, June, 

346, Julv, 

347, Aug. 

348, Sept. 

349, Oct. 

350, Nov. 

351, Dec. 



1908 


5331-592] 


1908 


5331-593 


1908 


5501-988 


1908 


5501-989 


1908 


5501-990 


1908 


5502-991 


1908 


5502-992 


1908 


5502-993 


1909 


5503-994 


1909 


5503-995 


1909 


5503-996 


1909 


5504-997 


1909 


5504-998 


1909 


5504-999 


1909 


5790-151 


1909 


5790-152 


1909 


5790-153 


1909 


5791-154 


1909 


5791-155 


1909 t 


5791-156 



Monthly consular and trade reports (separates) 

[Two separates from the Jan. 190G issue of Monthly consular and trade reports 
were issued. One of thes,\ entitled Trade with China, was some years after its 
publication incorporated in the Special agents series; see 010.13:3.] 

Special consular reports! 

[Transferred from Statistics Bureau, Commerce and Labor Dept. (CU.IO:), in 1905.] 
1-26 ASf-eSl.g: 



27-36 
37 
38 
39 



See C14.10: 



[5244-281] 



[V 



4995-164] 

4995-165] 

5206-800] 
Same, ^yith appendix 
40 [pt. 1] [5332-846] 
Same, pt. 2 [5332-846] 

[Special consular reports, v. 41, as 2naJa up by the Manufactures Bureau, consists of 
6 pts., which with one exception were originally issued as indepmdent publi- 
cations without series numbers. The exception is the article on Soya bean and 
products, which reads incorrectly on title-page and cover "Special consular 
reports, v. 40"; see C10.7:4l\ 

V. 41 is not in the Congressional set.] 

41, pt. 1] Winning foreign markets, containing suggestions for 
extension of trade bv American manufacturers and exporters. 
Apr. 1908. 

Same [pt. 2] Zinc industry in Mexico. 1909. 

Same [pt. 3] Commercial courts in Europe. 1900. 

Same [pt. 4] Police and work dog.'< in Europe; by Henry W. Die- 
derich and H. Abert Johnson. 1909. 

Contents: 

Dogs as draft animals; by H. Abert Johnson. 
Police dogs in Europe; by Henry W. Diederich. 

Same [pt. 5] Soya bean and product?!. 190D. [Title-page and 
cover read incorrectlv "v. 40. ''1 



t This Checklist ends with the publications of the calendar year 1909. The publi- 
cation of the Monthly consular and trade reports was discontinued with no. 357, 
June, 1910, which was issued in 2 pts., one not bearing the part number, the other 
being designated as pt. 2. 

% This Checklist ends with the publications of the calendar year 1909. In 1911, the 
Bureau of Manufactures dropped the volume number from the series of Special con- 
sular reports, v. 43 being the last to carry a volume number. Beginning with 44, the 
publications carry only the number of the series. Hence book numbers for the class 
are "(v. nos.)" for v. 1-43, and later "(nos.)." 



357 



ClSHHlflCAtlOB 

no. 
C10.7: 

(v.nos.) 



C10.7«: 

(CT) 



C10.8: 

(date) 



C10.9: 

(date) 



CIO.IO: 

(nos.) 



ClO.ll: 

C10.12: 

(nos.) 



CIO. MANUFACTURES BUREAU— Continued 
Special consular reports— Continued 



W. H. 11. Webster. 1909. 



Same [pt. (il Manufacture of air nitmte fertilizers; by Henry Borde- 
wichand "" 

Ck)ntents: 

Cyanamld Industry In Canada; by W. H. H. Webster, 
Fertilizpr trade of United States (introductory statement]. 
Nitrate fertilizer factories In Norway; by Henry Bordewich. 

Special consular reports (separates) 

[In 1909 there was reprinted for distribution by the American Republics Bureau 
a separate from a publication wliich was afterwards assifined a number in the 
series of Special consiilar reports; see C10.7:41'. The separate is classed under 
Cl0.7a:F7(). It bears the title, Extracts referring to T.atln America from Win- 
ning foreign markets, containing suggestions for extension of trade by American 
manufacturers and exporters.] 

Commercial relations 

[Volumes for 1904 and 190.5 include Review of the world's commerce which was also 
issued as a separate publication for those years; see C10.9:] 



See^ for earlier numbers, S4.1: and 014. 5: 



1904 
1905 
1906 
1907, 

1908, 



4899-481 
5055-940 
5181-354 



V. 1 
V. 2 
V. 1 

V. 2 



5497-1566]\ 
5498-1566J/ 
5499-1567] 
5500-1567] 



[See also C10.12:l-40,] 



1909 [5789-121] [Complete in 1 v.] 
Review of tlie world's commerce 

[From Commercial relations (C10.8:).] 

See, for earlier numbers, S4.12: and 014,15: 
1904 
1905 

[Discontinued.] 

Tariff series 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

6a 

6b 

6c 
6d 



[1st edition] 
Same. 2d edition 



7 15a 
7a 16 

8 17 

9 17a 

10 18 1 

11 19 

12 20 

13 21 

14 22 
14a 

15 

trade conditions 



Reports on 

See note and entries under 010.13: 
Consular reports, annual series 

[The first issue of this series appeared In Apr, 1908, The papers composing the series 
had before that time been held until the end of the year and embodied in the 
volume of consular reports known as Commercial relations (ClO.8:). In Issu- 
ing the reports in this series of pamphlets as soon as prepared, the intention 
was to circulate tlie information with the least ixjssible delay. The pamphlets 
listed below are the reports included in Commercial relations, 1907 (C10.8:907i>2). 
Aiter the Issues for 1907 the series was discontinued.] 

13 5 7 

2 4 6 8 



t Tariff series 18 is a 2d edition of Customs tariffs of United Kingdom and British 
possessions in Europe, which was issued by Statistics Bureau and appeared in Monthly 
summary of commerce and finance, June, 1905, p. 4423 (014,14:905 ^2). The article 
was also issued separately and in that form is classed under 014.14 »: A 1st supple- 
ment to the article was issued by Manufactures Bureau; see ClO,2:Un3. 



358 



Classification 
no. 

C10.12: 

(nos.) 



C10.13: 

(nos.) 



CIO. MANUFACTURES BUREAU— Continued 

Consular reports, annual series— Continued 

9 17 25 33 

10 18 26 34 

11 • 19 27 35 

12 20 28 36 

13 21 29 37 

14 22 30 38 

15 23 31 39 

16 24 32 40 
[Discontinued.] 

Special agents series 

[Thie Commerce and Labor Department issued for a time certain publications bear- 
ing the title Report on trade conditions, which were formerly classed vmder 
CI. 7: These reports were WTitten by special agents of the Commerce and Labor 
Department and none bore the name of any subordinate bureau. Later the 
Manufactures Bureau issued similar reports, which were formerly classed under 
ClO.ll: In Apr. 1910, the Manufactures Bureau claimed as its own publications 
the whole Special agents series, which is listed here, and assigned to it the series 
title, giving to the reports already published the numbers 1-33. Beginning 
with 34, the numbers appear on the publications. These later numbers are not 
included in this Checklist because issued after Dec. 31, 1909.] 

[1] Report on trade conditions in Brazil; by Lincoln Hutchinson. 
1906. [4912-164] 
Same, 1906 [reprint 1909]. [Reprinted and distributed by Ameri- 
can Republics Bureau.] 
[2] Report on trade conditions in Canada; by Charles M. Pepper. 

1906. ^ [4987-408] 
[3] Trade with China, American methods and trade opportunities in 
markets of the Orient; by Raymond F. Crist and Harry R. Bur- 
rill. 1906. [From Monthly consular and trade reports, Jan. 
1906 (C10.6:304).] 
[4] Report on trade conditions in Mexico; by Charles M, Pepper. 
1906. * [4913-246] 
Same. 1906 [reprint 1908], 

Same. 1906 [reprint 1909]. [Reprinted and distributed by Amer- 
ican Republics Bureau.] 
[5] Report on trade conditions in Cuba; by Charles M. Pepper. 1906. 
[4915-439] 
Same. 1906 [reprint 1908]. 

Same. 1906 [reprint 1909]. [Reprinted and distributed by Amer- 
ican Republics Bureau.] 
[6] Report on trade conditions in Japan and Korea; by Raymond F. 

Crist. 1906. [4916-485] 
[7] Report on trade conditions in China; by Harry R. Burrill and 
Raymond F. Crist. 1906. [4916-484] 

Contents: 

Northern China; by Raymond F. Crist. 
Southern China; by Harry R. Burrill. 

[8] Report on trade conditions in Argentina, Paraguay, and Uruguay; 
by Lincoln Hutchinson. 1906. [5151-153] 
Same. 1906 [reprint 1909]. [Reprinted and distributed by Amer- 
ican Republics Bureau.] 
[9] Report on trade conditions in Central America and on west coast of 
South America; by Lincoln Hutchinson. 1906. [5151-154] 
Same. 1906 [reprint 1909]. [Reprinted and distributed by Amer- 
ican Republics Bureau.] 
no] Report on trade conditions in India; by Charles M. Pepper. 1907. 

[5156-762] 
[11] Foreign markets for sale of American cotton products; by W. A. 

Graham Clark and others. 1907. [5244-78] 
[12] Report on trade conditions in Asiatic Turkey; by Charles M 
Pepper, 1907. [5244-82] 



359 



ClMslflcfttlon 
no. 

C10.13: 

(no8.) 



CIO. MANUFACTURES BUREAU—Continued 

Special agents series— Continued 

[13] Cotton fabrics in British India and Philippines; by W. A. Graham 

Clark. 1907. [5244-81] 
[14] Report on leather and boots and shoes in European markets, by 

Arthur B. Butman; to which are added reports from consular 

officers reprinted from [Monthly] consular and trade reports. 

1907. [5244-79] 
[15] Report on England's cotton industry, with brief notes on other 

industries; by William Whittam, jr. 1907. [5244-80] 
[16] Report on trade conditions in Colombia; by Charles M. Pepper. 

1907. [5244-152] 

Same. 1907 [reprint 1909]. [Reprinted and distributed by Amer- 
ican Repuolics Bureau.] 
[17] Report on trade conditions in Australasia; by Harry R. Burrill, 

1908. [5374-664] 

[18] Cotton textile trade in Turkish Empire, Greece, and Italy; by 

W. A. Graham Clark. 1908. [5244-404] 
[19] Report on trade conditions in Ecuador; by Charles M. Pepper. 

1908. [5244-282] 
Same. 1908 [reprint 1909]. [Reprinted and distributed by Amer- 
ican Repuolics Bureau.] 
[20] Swiss embroidery and lace industry, by W- -A.. Graham Clark; with 

additional reports from consular officers in other countries. 1908. 

[5244-434] 
[21] Report on trade conditions on west coast of South America; by 

CWles M. Pepper. 1908. [5505-1269] 
[22] Report on trade conditions in Mexico; by Arthur B. Butman. 

1908. [5505-1268] 
[23] Lace industry in [Nottingham] England and [Calais] France; by 

W. A. Graham Clark. 1909. [5505-1342] 
[24] Cotton fabrics in middle Europe, Germany, Austria-Hungary, 

Switzerland, by W. A. Graham Clark; with reports from various 

consular officers. 1908. [5505-1270] 
[25] Manufacture of woolen, worsted, and shoddy in France and Eng- 
land, and jute in Scotland; by W. A. Graham Clark. 1908. 

[5505-1330] 
Same. [1908, reprint] 1909. 
[26] Machine tool trade in Germany, France, Switzerland, Italy, and 

United Kingdom; by Godfrey L. Carden. 1909. [5505-1498] 
[27] German iron and steel industry [with bibliography; articles] by 

Charles M. Pepper and A. M. Thackara. 1909. [5505-1353] 
[28] American agricultural implements in Europe, Asia, and Africa; by 

Roland R. Dennis. 1909. [Not in Congressional set.] 
[29] British iron and steel industry and Luxemburg iron and steel wages, 

by Charles M. Pepper; with article on English chain manufac- 
ture, by Albert Halstead. 1909. [5571-42] 
[30] Flour and wheat trade in European countries and the Levant; by 

Mack H. Davis. 1909. [5572-149] 
[31] Cotton goods in Latin America: pt. 1, Cuba, Mexico, and Central 

America; by W. A. Graham Clark. 1909. [5795-552] [Other 

parts not issued up to Dec. 31, 1909.] 
[32] Machine-tool trade in Belgium; by Godfrey L. Carden. 1909. 

[5795-554] 
[33] Shoe and leather trade in Cuba and Mexico; by Arthur B. Butman. 

.1909. [5795-553] 

[Beginning with 34, the numbers appear on the publications. These later numbers 
are not included in this Checklist because issued after Dec. 31, 1909.] 



360 



Classification 
no. 

tC10.14: 

CIO. 15: 

(nos.) 

tC10.16: 
C10.17: 

(nos.) 



CIO. MANUFACTURES BUREAU— Continued 



Confidential bulletins 

[Contain special information of a confidential character. They are sent to individuals 
and firms engaged in particular lines of industry and are not for general distribution. 
Not listed here.] 



Miscellaneous series 

[Early in 1911, the Manufactures Bureau brought together in one series various mis- 
cellaneous publications relating to commerce, with the new series title as given 
above. The numbers 1-4 were assigned to publications previously issued, as here 
listed. Beginning with no. 5, the number is printed on the publication.] 

[1] Promotion of foreign commerce in Europe and United States; by 

N. I. Stone. 1907. 
[2] Export trade exploitation [in Germany, France, and United States]. 

1908. [From various numbers of Daily consular and trade reports 

of Mar. 1908.] 
[3] Jute industry. 1909. 

[4] Packing for export. [1st edition.] 1909. 38 p. [5657-325] 
Same, with additions. [2d edition.] 1909. 38 + [2] p. 

Cll. NAVIGATION BUREAU 

g [transferred from Treasury Department July 1, 1903. See, for earlier publications, T30. 
ee, for Organization and law of Department of Commerce and Labor, C1.2:0rC.] 



Cll.l: 

(date) 



Cll.l«: 

(CT) 
C11.2: 

L82 

N42y 



Annual reports 

[1904-09, included also, without appendixes, in annual report of Commerce and Labor 
Department (Cl.l:). See, for earlier reports, T30.1:] 

1903, pt. 1 [4664-14] 

Same, pt. 2: Navigation laws. See Cll. 6:903. 

1904 [4819-14] 

1905 [4974-14^ 

1906 [5133-14^ 
1907, pt. 1 [5333-14] 

Same, pt. 2: Navigation laws. See 011.6:907. 

1908 [5506-1283] 

1909 [5796-118] 

Annual reports (separates) 



General publications 

Log-book. Official log-book [mercantile marine of United States, sup- 
plied to masters gratuitously], n. p. [1905]. 4" [xSee, for earlier 
edition, T30.2:L82.] 

New York Harbor. Rules and regulations relating to anchorage of ves- 
sels in port of New York. Apr. 25, 1907. 4^ [See, for earlier 
editions, T33.8:N42yi'^ See, for report of committee appointed 
Mar. 20, 1906, on revision of regulations, C1.2:N42y.] 



t This Checklist ends with the publications of the calendar year 1909. Beginning 
with Mar. 5, 1910, the Manufactures Bureau began the issue of a weekly publication 
which was a substitute for the Daily consular and trade reports (CIO.5^:). This has 
necessitated an additional class under CIO., the series title of which is as follows: 
CIO. 14: Weekly consular and trade reports 
(v. nos.) [When the publication of Daily consular and trade reports was resumed {see footnote fol- 

lowing CIO.51:), this weekly series was discontinued, the last number being no. 18, 
June 30, 1910.] 

X In 1910* the Manufactures Bureau began a new series of publications, which has 
necessitated an additional class under CIO., the series title of which is as follows: 
CIO. 16: Foreign tariff notes 
(nos.) [From Daily consular and trade reports (C10.5 2:).J 



361 



riassincatlon 
no. 

C11.2: 

Sa2 



C11.3: 

(na«i.) 
€11.4: 

(nos.) 
C11.5: 

(date) 



Cll. NAVIGATION BUREAU— Continued 

General publications— Continued 

St. Marys River. Rules and regulations governing movements and 
anchorage of vessels in St. Marys River. July 10, 1908. [See^ 
for earlier editions, T33.8:Sa2i^.] 

Bulletins 

[None issued.] 

Circulars 

[None issued.] 

List of merchant vessels 4° 

[Issued 1867-83 by Statistics Bureau, Treasury Dept.; 1884-1902 by Navigation 
Bureau, Treasury Dept.J 

See, for earlier lists, T37.il: and T30.5 

1903, 35th, pts. 1-5 
Same, pt. 6: Code list of merchant vessels 

1904, 36th, pts. 1-5 I [4824-161 
Same, pt. 6: Seagoing vessels/ •■ ^ 

1905, 37th pts 1-5 I 
Same, pt. 6: Seagoing vessels/ ^ ■■ 

1906, 38th, pts. 1-5 I 15138-161 
Seagoing vessels/ ^ ' 



I [4669-16] 



Same, pt. 6: 

Same, pt. 6, addenda 

1907, 39th, pte. 1-5 I [5335-161 
Same, pt. 6: Seagoing vessels/ ■■ ^ 

1908, 40th, pts. 1-5 ^ K.n7 109^1 
Same, pt. 6: Seagoing vessels/ l^^"7-iu^dj 

1909, 41st, pts. 1-5 ^ K7q7i«m 
Same, pt. 6: Seagoing vessels/ l^^»'--L»"J 

C11.6: Navigation lav^s 

(date) See, for earlier issues, T30.6: 

1903, pt. 2 of annual report of commissioner of navigation. 2 editions 
[4664-14] See, for pt. 1, Cll.l:903. 

1904, amendments to laws, 1903, 1st supplement 

1905, amendments to laws, 1903, 2d supplement 

1906, amendments to laws, 1903 

1907, pt. 2 of annual report of commissioner of navigation. [5334-14] 
.See, forpt. 1, Cll. 1:907. 

1908, amendments to laws, 1907, Ist supplement 

1909, amendments to laws, 1907, 2d supplement 

C12. SHIPPING COMMISSIONERS 

[Act of June 7, 1872, authorized the appointment of Shipping Commissioners by the several circuit courts. 
Act of June 26, 1884, changed the control of the Shipping Commissioners from the circuit courts to the 
Treasury Department, which control was exercised by the Navigation Bureau. July 1, 1903, they were 
transferred to the Commerce and Labor Department. No publications were issued under the Treasury 
Department. 

See, for Organization and law of Department of Commerce and Labor, C1.2:Or3.] 



C12.1: 

(date) 

C12.2: 

(CT) 

C12.3: 

(nos.) 

C12.4: 

(nos.) 



Annual reports 

[Not printed, but from 1903 to 1909, statements compiled from annual reports appear 
in annual reports of Navigation Bureau (Cll.l:).] 

General publications 

[None issued.] 
Bulletins 
[None issued.] 
Circulars 
[None issued.] 



362 



C13. STANDARDS BUREAU t 

tTransferred from Treasury Department July 1, 1903, under act approved Feb. 14, 1903. By order of the 
Secretary of Commerce and Labor, July 1, 1903, the name National Bureau of Standards was changed to 
Bureau of Standards. See, for historical sketch of bureau and publications of earlier date, T41. 

See, for Organization and law of Department of Commerce and Labor, C1.2:Or3.] 

Classification 
no. 

C13.1: Annual reports 

(date) [1904-09, in annual reports of Commerce and Labor Department (Cl.l:), and issued 

separately also. See, for 1902 and 1903 reports, T41.1:] 

C13.2: General publications 

Eq5 Equivalents. Tables of equivalents of customary and metric weights 
and measures. 3d edition. Nov. 1, 1906. 4° [See, for earlier 
editions, C13.5:4.] 

Metric system. International metric system of weights and measures. 
1906. large 8° 

Publications of Bureau of Standards. Nov. 1907. 

Technical papers. List of technical papers [Bureau circulars, etc.] 
issued by Bureau of Standards. [1906.] 4^ 

Weights and measures. Laws concerning weights and measiu^es of 
United States; compiled by Louis A. Fischer and Henry D. Hub- 
bard. 1904. 4" (Dept. of Commerce and Labor doc. 31.) 

Bulletins large 8° 



M56 

P96 
T22 

W42 



C13.3: 

(v, nos.) 



C13.3«: 

(CT) 
C13.4:: 

(nos.) 



C13.5: 

(nos.) 



V. 1, no. 1 


V. 4, no. 1 


no. 2 


no. 2 


no. 3 


no. 3 


[no. 4], index 


no. 4 


V. 2, no. 1 


[no. 5], index 


no. 2 


V. 5, no. 1 


no. 3 


no. 2 


[no. 4], index 


no. 3 


V. 3, no. 1 


no. 4 


no. 2 


[no. 5], index 


no. 3 


V. 6, no. 1 


no. 4 


no. 2 


[no. 5], index 




Biaietlns (separates) 




Circulars 4» 




1 


Same. 4th edition 


2 2 editions 


Same. 5th edition 


3 3 editions 


12 


4 2 editions 


13 3 editions 


5 


14 


6 2 editions 


15 [1st edition] * 


7 3 editions 


Same. 2d edition 


8 


16 


9 4 editions 


17 


10 


18 


11 [1st edition] 


19 


Same. 2d edition 


20 


Same. 3d edition * 





Circulars of information 49 

1 iSeeT41.5:l. 

2 /S'eeT41.5:2. 

3 /See T41.5:3. 

4 2 editions See, for 3d edition, C13.2:Eq5. 



fBy sundry civil appropriation act approved June 25, 1910 (Stat. L. v. 36, pt. 1, 
p. 765), the work of "investigation of structural materials both belonging to and for 
the use of the United States," formerly conducted by the Technologic Branch of the 
Geological Survey (1 19.), was transferred to the Standards Bureau. 



:>.nn 



GlasslflcAtloB 
no. 



C18. STANDARDS BUREAU— (bntinued 



C13.6: Charts 



M56» 

M563 
C13.7: 

905' 



905' 
906 



907 
908 



Metric system. International metric system. [1st edition.] [1904.] 
25.2X41.4 in. * 

Same. [2d edition.] [.?;.] * 

Same. [3d edition.] [1905.] 
Conference on welglits and measures 

[Proceedings of Ist amiual] conference on weights and measures of 
United States held at Bureau of Standards, Washington, D. C, 
Jan. 16, 17, 1905. 1905. large 8« 
Same. [2d edition.] 1907. large 8° 
[Report of] 2d annual conference on weights and measures of United 
States held at Bureau of Standards, Washington, D. C, Apr. 12, 
13, 1906. 1906[1907]. large 8" 
Same, 3d annual conference, May 16, 17, 1907. 1910. 
Same, 4th annual conference, Dec. 17, 18, 1908. 1910. 



C14. STATISTICS BUREAU 

[Formed bv consolidation of Foreign Ck)mmerce Bureau, State Dept. (S4.), and Statistics Bureau, Treasury 

Dept. (T37.), July 1, 1903. 
See, for Organization and law of Department of Commerce and Labor, C1.2:Or3.] 



C14.1: 

(date) 



C14:.l«: 

(date) 

C14:.la: 

(CT) 
C14.2: 

Ab8 

Am3^ 

Am32 
Am33 

Ex7 

F76 

F84 

Or4 



Annual reports, Foreign commerce and navi- 
gation 4° 

See, for earlier numbers, T37.1: 
1904, V. 1 [4817-13] 
Same, v. 2 [4818-13] 

1905 [4973-13] 

1906 [5132-13] 

1907 [5336-13] 

1908 [5508-1511] 

1909 [5798-117] 

Annual reports, Foreign commerce and navi- 
gation (separates; reports of chief) 



[None issued under Commerce and Labor Department, 
reports are classed under T37.1o: (date).] 



The separate prints of early 

and navl- 



Annual reports. Foreign commerce 
gation (separates; miscellaneous) 

General publications 

Abstract. Statistical abstract of foreign countries: pts. 1-3, Statistics 
of foreign commerce. Oct. 1909 

America. Commercial America in 1905, commerce, production, trans- 
portation, finances, area, and population of North, South, and 
Central America, and West Indies. 1906. 4° 
Same, in 1907, with slightly different title. 1908. 4° 
Same [in 1907], Reprint 1909. 4» [Reprinted and distributed by 
American Republics Bureau.] 

Exports of manufactures from United States and their distribution by 
articles and countries, 1800-1906. Mar. 1907. 4° 

Foreign commerce. Analysis of foreign commerce of United States, 
1895-1905. 1906. 4« 

France. Promotion of commerce in France, by Morris Jacobson; [with 
appendix on Councilors of foreign commerce of France, by Lau- 
rence V. Ben^t]. 1908. 

Orient. Commercial Orient in 1905, trade of each oriental country, 
countries participating therein, articles imported and exported, 
and trade of United States with each of these countries during 
term of years. 1906. 4o 



364 



Classification 
no. 

C14:.2: 

P53 



P83 



T681 



T682 
T683 



T68^ 

C14.3: 

(date) 



C14. STATISTICS BUREAU— Continued 

General publications — Continued 

Philippine Islands, Commercial Philippines in 1906, trade of islands, 
chief countries participating therein, principal articles imported 
and exported, and details of trade of United States with islands 
during term of years. Jan. 1907. 4° 

Porto Rico. Commercial Porto Rico in 1906, showing commerce, pro- 
duction, transportation, finances, area, population, and details of 
trade with United State^and foreign countries during term of 
years. Apr. 1907. 4° 

Transportation routes and systems of the world, development of steam- 
carrying power on land and sea, 1800-1906, and table of distances 
from New York, New Orleans, San Francisco, and Port Townsend 
to principal ports of the world and principal cities of United 
States. Sept. 1907. 4."" [Map, Transportation routes of the 
world, published separately (C14.2:T682).] 

Transportation routes. Principal transportation routes of the world 
[map]. Scale 20° lat. = 2.4 in. [1907.] 22.6X53.6 in. 

Transportation routes and systems of the world, development of steam- 
carrying power on land and sea, 1800-1908, and table of distances 
from New York, New Orleans, San Francisco, and Port Townsend 
to principal ports of the world and principal cities of United 
States. Mar. 1909. 4° [Map, Principal transportation routes of 
the world, published separately (C14.2:T68^).] 

Transportation routes. Principal transportation routes of the world 
[map]. Scale 20° lat. = 2.4 in. [1909.] 22.6X53.6 in. 

Bulletins, Exports of domestic breadstuffs [etc.] 

4'» [Monthly.] 

See, for earlier numbers, T37.3i: and T37.3^: 

1904, no. 1, July, 1903 
no. 2, Aug. 1903 
no. 3, Sept. 1903 
no. 4, Oct. 1903 
no. 5, Nov. 1903 
no. 6, Dec. 1903 
no. 7, Jan. 1904 
no. 8, Feb. 1904 
no. 9, Mar. 1904 
no. 10, Apr. 1904 
no. 11, May, 1904 
no. 12, June, 1904 

1905, no. 1, July, 1904 

2, Aug. 1904 

3, Sept. 1904 

4, Oct. 1904 

5, Nov. 1904 



no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 



6, Dec. 1904 



1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 



1906, no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 



7, Jan. 

8, Feb. 

9, Mar. 
no. 10, Apr. 
no. 11, May, 1905 
no. 12, June, 1905 

1, July, 1905 

2, Aug. 1905 

3, Sept. 1905 

4, Oct. 1905 

5, Nov. 1905 

6, Dec. 1905 

7, Jan. 1906 

8, Feb. 1906 



1906, no. 


9, Mar. 1906 


no. 


10, Apr. 1906 


no. 


11, May, 1906 


no. 


12, June, 1906 


1907, no. 


1, July, 1906 


no. 


2, Aug. 1906 


no. 


3, Sept. 1906 


no. 


4, Oct. 1906 


no. 


5, Nov. 1906 


no. 


6, Dec. 1906 


no. 


7, Jan. 1907 


no. 


8, Feb. 1907 


no. 


9, Mar. 1907 


no. 


10, Apr. 1907 


no. 


11, May, 1907 


no. 


12, June, 1907 


1908, no. 


1, July, 1907 


no. 


2, Aug. 1907 


no. 


3, Sept. 1907 


no. 


4, Oct. 1907 


no. 


5, Nov. 1907 


no. 


6, Dec. 1907 


no. 


7, Jan. 1908 


no. 


8, Feb. 1908 


no. 


9, Mar. 1908 


no. 


10, Apr. 1908 


no. 


11, May, 1908 


no. 


12, June, 1908 


1909, no. 


1, July, 1908 


no. 


2, Aug. 1908 


no. 


[3], Sept. 1908 1 


no. 


4, Oct. 1908 



t The Sept. 1908 issue was erroneously numbered 2. 



365 



Classincatlon 
no. 

C14.3: 

(date) 



C14.4: 

(nos.) 
C14.5: 

(date) 



€14.6: 

(nos.) 



C14. STATISTICS BUREAU— Continued 

Bulletins, Exports of domestic breadstuffs [etc.]— Con. 

1909, no. 5, Nov. 1908 1909, no. 12, June, 1909 

no. G, Dec. 1908 1910, no. 1, July, 1909 

no. 7, Jan. 1909 no. 

no. 8, Feb. 1909 no. 

no. 9, Mar. 1909 no. 

no. 10, Apr. 1909 



2, Aug. 1909 

3, Sept. 1909 

4, Oct. 1909 
no. 5, Nov. 1909 
no. G. Dec. 1909 



no. 11, May, 1909 
Circulars 
[None is8ued.] 
Commercial relations 

[The introductory portion, with title Review of the world's commerce, was alao 
issued as a separate publication, see C14.15:] 

See, for earlier numbers, S4.1: 
1903, V. 1 [4729-722] 

Same, v. 2 [4730-722] 

See, for later numbers, C10.8: 
Dally consular reports 

[Transferred from Foreign Commerce Bureau, State Dept. (S4.5:), July, 1903. The 
title was changed from Advance sheets of consular reports to above fonu Sept. 
12, 1903. Again transferred July 1, 1905, to Manufactures Bureau; see VlO.b^'. 
Daily except Sundays and holidays.) 

See, for earlier numbers, S4.5: 
Advance sheets of consular reports 
1686, Julv 1, 1903 1707, Julv 

2, 1903 

3, 1903 

6, 1903 

7, 1903 

8, 1903 

9, 1903 



1687, July 

1688, July 

1689, July 

1690, July 

1691, Julv 

1692, Julv 

1693, Julv 10, 1903 

1694, Julv 11, 1903 

1695, Julv 13, 1903 

1696, Julv 14, 1903 

1697, Julv 15, 1903 

1698, July 16, 1903 

1699, July 17, 1903 

1700, July 18, 1903 

1701, July 20, 1903 

1702, July 21, 1903 

1703, Julv 22, 1903 

1704, July 23, 1903 

1705, Julv 24, 1903 

1706, July 25, 1903 



Daily 
1747, 
1748, 
1749, 
1750, 
1751, 
1752, 
1753, 
1754, 
1755, 
1756, 
1757, 
1758, 
1759, 



consular 
Sept. 12, 
Sept. 14, 
Sept. 15, 
Sept. 16, 
Sept. 17, 
Sept. 18, 
Sept. 19, 
Sept. 21, 
Sept. 22, 
Sept. 23, 
Sept. 24, 
Sept. 25, 
Sept. 26, 



reports 

1903 

1903 

1903 

1903 

1903 

1903 

1903 

1903 

1903 

1903 

1903 

1903 

1903 



1708, Julv 

1709, Julv 

1710, Julv 

1711, Julv 

1712, Aug. 

1713, Aug. 

1714, Aug. 

1715, Aug. 

1716, Aug. 

1717, Aug. 

1718, Aug. 

1719, Aug. 

1720, Aug. 

1721, Aug. 

1722, Aug. 

1723, Aug. 

1724, Aug. 

1725, Aug. 

1726, Aug. 

1727, Aug. 



1760, Sept. 

1761, Sept. 

1762, Sept. 

1763, Oct. 

1764, Oct. 

1765, Oct. 

1766, Oct. 

1767, Oct. 

1768, Oct. 

1769, Oct. 

1770, Oct. 

1771, Oct. 

1772, Oct. 



27, 1903 

28, 1903 

29, 1903 

30, 1903 

31, 1903 
1, 1903 

3, 1903 

4, 1903 

5, 1903 

6, 1903 
.7, 1903 

8, 1903 

10, 1903 

11, 1903 

12, 1903 

13, 1903 

14, 1903 

15, 1903 
17, 1903 
IS, 1903 
19, 1903 



28, 1903 

29, 1903 

30, 1903 

1, 1903 

2, 1903 

3, 1903 

5, 1903 

6, 1903 

7, 1903 

8, 1903 

9, 1903 
10, 1903 
12, 1903 



1728, 
1729, 
1730, 
1731, 
1732, 
1733, 
1734, 
1735, 
1736, 
1737, 
1738, 
1739, 
1740, 
1741, 
1742, 
1743, 
1744, 
1745, 
1746, 



Aug. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 



1773, Oct. 

1774, Oct. 

1775, Oct. 

1776, Oct. 

1777, Oct. 

1778, Oct. 

1779, Oct. 

1780, Oct. 

1781, Oct. 

1782, Oct. 

1783, Oct. 

1784, Oct. 

1785, Oct. 



20, 1903 

21, 1903 

22, 1903 

24, 1903 

25, 1903 

26, 1903 

27, 1903 

28, 1903 

29, 1903 
31, 1903 

1, 1903 

2, 1903 

3, 1903 

4, 1903 

5, 1903 

8, 1903 

9, 1903 

10, 1903 

11. 1903 



13, 1903 

14, 1903 

15, 1903 

16, 1903 

17, 1903 

19, 1903 

20, 1903 

21, 1903 

22, 1903 

23, 1903 

24, 1903 

26, 1903 

27, 1903 



366 



Classification 
no. 



C14. STATISTICS BUREAU— Continued 



C14.6: Daily consular reports— Continued 



(nos.) 



1786, 
1787, 
1788, 
1789, 
1790, 
1791, 
1792, 
1793, 
1794, 
1795, 
1796, 
1797, 
1798, 
1799, 
1800, 
1801, 
1802, 
1803, 
1804, 
1805, 
1806, 
1807, 
1808, 
1809, 
1810, 
1811, 
1812, 
1813, 
1814, 
1815, 
1816, 
1817, 
1818, 
1819, 
1820, 
1821, 
1822, 
1823, 
1824, 
1825, 
1826, 
1827, 
1828, 
1829, 
1830, 
1831, 
1832, 
1833, 
1834, 
1835, 
1836, 
1837, 
1838, 
1839, 
1840, 
1841, 
1842, 
1843, 
1844, 
1845, 
1846, 
1847, 
1848, 
1849, 



Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov, 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 

NOA'. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 



, 1903 
, 1903 
, 1903 
, 1903 
, 1903 
, 1903 
, 1903 
, 1903 
, 1903 
, 1903 
, 1903 
, 1903 
, 1903 
, 1903 
, 1903 
, 1903 
, 1903 
, 1903 
, 1903 
, 1903 
, 1903 
, 1903 
, 1903 
, 1903 
, 1903 
, 1903 
, 1903 
, 1903 
, 1903 
, 1903 
, 1903 
, 1903 
, 1903 
, 1903 
,1903 
, 1903 
, 1903 
, 1903- 
, 1903 
, 1903 
, 1903 
, 1903 
, 1903 
,1903 
, 1903 
, 1903 
, 1903 
, 1903 
, 1903 
, 1903 
, 1903 
, 1903 
, 1903 
, 1903 
, 1904 
, 1904 
,1904 
,1904 
, 1904 
, 1904 
,1904 
,1904 
, 1904 
, 1904 



1850, Jan. 


14, 


1851, Jan. 


15, 


1852, Jan. 


16, 


1853, Jan. 


18, 


1854, Jan. 


19, 


1855, Jan. 


2o; 


1856, Jan. 


21, 


1857, Jan. 


22, 


1858, Jan. 


23; 


1859, Jan. 


25, 


1860, Jan. 


26, 


1861, Jan. 


27 


1862, Jan. 


28, 


1863, Jan. 


29, 


1864, Jan. 


30 


1865, Feb. 


1, 


1866, Feb. 


2, 


1867, Feb. 


3, 


1868, Feb. 


4, 


1869, Feb. 


5, 


1870, Feb. 


6, 


1871, Feb. 


8, 


1872, Feb. 


», 


1873, Feb. 


10, 


1874, Feb. 


ll! 


1875, Feb. 


12, 


1870, Feb. 


13, 


1877, Feb. 


15; 


1878, Feb. 


16, 


1879, Feb. 


17, 


1880, Feb. 


18; 


1881, Feb. 


19, 


1882, Feb. 


20 


1883, Feb. 


23; 


1884, Feb. 


24, 


1885, Feb. 


25 


1886, Feb. 


26; 


1887, Feb. 


27, 


1888, Feb. 


29; 


1889, Mar. 


1, 


1890, Mar. 


2, 


1891, Mar. 


3, 


1892, Mar. 


4, 


1893, Mar. 


5, 


1894, Mar. 


7, 


1895, Mar. 


8, 


1896, Mar. 


9, 


1897, Mar. 


10, 


1898, Mar. 


11, 


1899, Mar. 


12, 


1900, Mar. 


14, 


1901 , Mar. 


15, 


1902, Mar. 


16, 


1903, Mar. 


17; 


1904, Mar. 


18, 


1905, Mar. 


19, 


1906, Mar. 


21, 


1907, Mar. 


22, 


1908, Mar. 


23, 


1909, Mar. 


24, 


1910, Mar. 


25; 


1911, Mar. 


26, 


1912, Mar. 


28, 


1913, Mar. 


29, 



, 1904 
, 1904 
,1904 
, 1904 
,1904 
, 1904 
, 1904 
, 1904 
, 1904 
, 1904 
, 1904 
, 1904 
, 1904 
, 1904 
, 1904 
, 1904 
,1904 
, 1904 
, 1904 
, 1904 
, 1904 
, 1904 
, 1904 
, 1904 
, 1904 
, 1904 
, 1904 
, 1904 
, 1904 
,1904 
, 1904 
, 1904 
, 1904 
, 1904 
, 1904 
, 1904 
, 1904 
, 1904 
, 1904 
,1904 
, 1904 
,1904 
, 1904 
, 1904 
, 1904 
, 1904 
, 1904 
,1904 
, 1904 
, 1904 
, 1904 
, 1904 
, 1904 
, 1904 
, 1904 
,1904 
,1904 
,1904 
, 1904 
, 1904 
, 1904 
, 1904 
, 1904 
, 1904 



1914, Mar. 

1915, Mar. 

1916, Apr. 

1917, Apr. 

1918, Apr. 

1919, Apr. 

1920, Apr. 

1921, Apr. 

1922, Apr. 

1923, Apr. 

1924, Apr. 

1925, Apr. 

1926, Apr. 

1927, Apr. 

1928, Apr. 

1929, Apr. 

1930, Apr. 

1931, Apr. 

1932, Apr. 

1933, Apr. 

1934, Apr. 

1935, Apr. 

1936, Apr. 

1937, Apr. 

1938, Apr. 

1939, Apr. 

1940, Apr. 

1941, Apr. 

1942, May 

1943, May 

1944, May 

1945, May 

1946, May 

1947, May 

1948, May 

1949, May 

1950, May 

1951, May 

1952, May 

1953, May 

1954, May 

1955, May 

1956, May 

1957, May 

1958, May 

1959, May 

1960, Mav 

1961, May 

1962, May 

1963, May 

1964, Mav 

1965, May 

1966, May 

1967, June 

1968, June 

1969, June 

1970, June 

1971 , June 

1972, June 

1973, June 

1974, June 

1975, June 

1976, June 

1977, June 



30, 1904 I 

31, 1904 

1, 1904 

2, 1904 

4, 1904 

5, 1904 

6, 1904 

7, 1904 

8, 1904 

9, 1904 

11, 1904 

12, 1904 

13, 1904 

14, 1904 

15, 1904 

16, 1904 

18, 1904 

19, 1904 

20, 1904 

21, 1904 

22, 1904 

23, 1904 

25, 1904 

26, 1904 

27, 1904 

28, 1904 

29, 1904 

30, 1904 

2, 1904 

3, 1904 

4, 1904 

5, 1904 

6, 1904 

7, 1904 
9, 1904 

10, 1904 

11, 1904 

12, 1904 

13, 1904 

14, 1904 

16, 1904 

17, 1904 

18, 1904 

19, 1904 

20, 1904 

21, 1904 

23, 1904 

24, 1904 

25, 1904 

26, 1904 

27, 1904 

28, 1904 

31, 1904 

1, 1904 

2, 1904 

3, 1904 

4, 1904 

6, 1904 

7, 1904 

8, 1904 

9, 1904 

10, 1904 

11, 1904 
13, 1904 



367 



ClasNlflration 
no. 



C14. STATISTICS BUREAU—C ontinued 



C14 .6 : Dally consular reports—Continued 



(nos.) 



1978, 
1979, 
1980, 
1981, 
1982, 
1983, 
1984, 
1985, 
19SG, 
1987, 
1988, 
1989, 
1990, 
1991, 
1992, 
1993, 
1994, 
1995, 
199G, 
1997, 
1998, 
1999, 
2000, 
2001, 
2002, 
2003, 
2004, 
2005, 
2006, 
2007, 
2008, 
2009, 
2010, 
2011, 
2012, 
2013, 
2014, 
2015, 
2016, 
2017, 
2018, 
2019, 
2020, 
2021, 
2022, 
2023, 
2024, 
2025, 
2026, 
2027, 
2028, 
2029, 
2030, 
2031, 
2032, 
2033, 
2034, 
2035, 
2036, 
2037, 
2038, 
2039, 
2040, 
2041, 
2042, 



Juno 14 
Juno 15 
June 16 
Juno 17 
Juno 18 
June 20 
June 21 
Juno 22 
Juno 23 
June 24 
June 25 
Juno 27 
June 28 
June 29 
Juno 30 



July 


1 


Julv 


2 


JulV 


5 


July 


6 


July 


7 


July 


8 


July 


9 


JulV 


11 


July 


12 


July 


13 


July 


14 


July 


15 


July 


16 


July 


18 


July 


19 


July 


20 


July 


21 


July 


22 


July 


23 


July 


25 


July 


26 


July 


27 


July 


28 


July- 


29 


July 


30 


Aug. 


1 


Aug. 


2 


Aug. 


3 


Aug. 


4 


Aug. 


5 


Aug. 


6 


Aug. 


8 


Aug. 


9 


Aug. 


10 


Aug. 


11 


Aug. 


12 


Aug. 


13 


Aug. 


15 


Aug. 


16 


Aug. 


17 


Aug. 


18 


Aug. 


19 


Aug. 


20 


Aug. 


22 


Aug. 


23 


Aug. 


24 


Aug. 


25 


Aug. 


26 


Aug. 


27 


Aug. 


29 



1901 
1004 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1C04 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 



2043, Aug. 


30, 


2044, Aug. 


31, 


2045, Sept. 


1, 


2046, Sept. 


2, 


2047, Sept. 


3, 


2048, Sept. 


6, 


2049, Sept. 


7, 


2050, Sept. 


8, 


2051, Sept. 


9, 


2052, Sept. 


10, 


2053, Sept. 


12, 


2054, Sept. 


13, 


2055, Sept. 


I'i, 


2056, Sept. 


15, 


2057, Sept. 


16, 


2058, Sept. 


17, 


2059, Sept. 


19, 


2060, Sept. 


20, 


2061, Sept. 


21, 


2062, Sept. 


22, 


2063, Sept. 


23, 


2064, Sept 


24, 


2065, Sept 


26, 


2066, Sept 


27, 


2067, Sept 


28, 


2068, Sept 


29, 


2069, Sept 


30, 


2070, Oct. 


1, 


2071, Oct. 


3, 


2072, Oct. 


4, 


2073, Oct. 


5, 


2074, Oct. 


6, 


2075, Oct. 


7, 


2076, Oct. 


8, 


2077, Oct. 


10, 


2078, Oct. 


11, 


2079, Oct. 


12 


2080, Oct. 


13 


2081, Oct. 


14, 


2082, Oct. 


15, 


2083, Oct. 


17, 


2084, Oct. 


18, 


2085, Oct. 


19, 


2086, Oct. 


20, 


2087, Oct. 


21, 


2088, Oct. 


22, 


2089, Oct. 


24, 


2090, Oct. 


25, 


2091, Oct. 


26, 


2092, Oct. 


27, 


2093, Oct. 


28, 


2094, Oct. 


29, 


2095, Oct. 


31 


2096, Nov. 


i; 


2097, Noy. 


2, 


2098, Noy. 


3, 


2099, Noy. 


4, 


2100, Noy. 


5, 


2101, Noy. 


7, 


2102, Noy. 


8, 


2103, Noy. 


9, 


2104, Noy. 


10, 


2105, Noy. 


11, 


2106, Noy. 


12, 


2107, Noy. 


14, 



, 1904 
, 1904 
, 1904 
, 1904 
, 1904 
, 1904 
, 1904 
, 1904 
,1904 
, 1904 
, 1904 
, 1904 
, 1904 
, 1904 
,1904 
, 1904 
, 1904 
, 1904 
, 1904 
, 1904 
, 1904 
, 1904 
, 1904 
, 1904 
, 1904 
, 1904 
,1904 
, 1904 
, 1904 
,1904 
,1904 
,1904 
,1904 
, 1904 
,1904 
,1904 
,1904 
,1904 
,1904 
,1904 
,1904 
,1904 
, 1904 
,1904 
, 1904 
,1904 
, 1904 
,1904 
,1904 
,1904 
,1904 
, 1904 
,1904 
,1904 
, 1904 
, 1904 
,1904 
,1904 
,1904 
, 1904 
, 1904 
, 1904 
,1904 
,1904 
,1904 



2108, Nov. 

2109, Nov. 

2110, Nov. 

2111, Nov. 

2112, Nov. 

2113, Nov. 

2114, Nov. 

2115, Nov. 

2116, Nov. 

2117, Nov. 

2118, Nov. 

2119, Nov. 

2120, Nov. 

2121, Dec. 

2122, Dec. 

2123, Dec. 

2124, Dec. 

2125, Dec. 

2126, Dec. 

2127, Dec. 

2128, Dec. 

2129, Dec. 

2130, Dec. 

2131, Dec. 

2132, Dec. 

2133, Dec. 

2134, Dec. 

2135, Dec. 

2136, Dec. 

2137, Dec. 

2138, Dec. 

2139, Dec. 

2140, Dec. 

2141, Dec. 

2142, Dec. 

2143, Dec. 

2144, Dec. 

2145, Dec. 

2146, Dec. 

2147, Jan. 

2148, Jan. 

2149, Jan. 

2150, Jan. 

2151, Jan. 

2152, Jan. 

2153, Jan. 

2154, Jan. 

2155, Jan. 

2156, Jan. 

2157, Jan. 

2158, Jan. 

2159, Jan. 

2160, Jan. 

2161, Jan. 

2162, Jan. 

2163, Jan. 

2164, Jan. 

2165, Jan. 

2166, Jan. 

2167, Jan. 

2168, Jan. 

2169, Jan. 

2170, Jan. 

2171, Jan. 

2172, Feb. 



1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1904 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 



368 



Classification 
no. 

C14.6: 

(nos.) 



C14. STATISTICS BUREAU— Continued 



(CT) 
€14.7: 

(date) 

C14.8: 



(V 



. nos.) 

later 

(nos.) 



Dally consular reports— Continued 



2173 
2174 
2175 
2176 
2177 
2178 
2179 
2180 
2181 
2182 
2183 
2184 
2185 
2186 
2187 
2188 
2189 
2190 
2191 
2192 
2193 
2194 
2195 
2196 
2197 
2198 
2199 
2200 
2201 
2202 
2203 
2204 
2205 
2206 
2207 
2208 
2209 
2210 
2211 
2212 
2213 
2214 



}, Feb. 


2, 


t, Feb. 


3, 


), Feb. 


4, 


), Feb. 


6, 


^ Feb. 


7, 


I, Feb. 


8, 


), Feb. 


9, 


), Feb. 


10, 


,Feb. 


11, 


!, Feb. 


13, 


,, Feb. 


14, 


,Feb. 


15, 


,Feb. 


16, 


,Feb. 


17, 


,Feb. 


18, 


;, Feb. 


20, 


1, Feb. 


-'1, 


I, Feb. 


23, 


,Feb. 


24, 


,Feb. 


25, 


, Feb. 


-7, 


, Feb. 


28, 


, Mar. 


1, 


, Mar. 


2 


, Mar. 


3^ 


, Mar. 


6, 


,Mar. 


7, 


, Mar. 


8, 


, Mar. 


9, 


, Mar. 


10, 


,Mar. 


11, 


, Mar. 


13, 


, Mar. 


14, 


,Mar. 


15, 


, Mar. 


16, 


, Mar. 


17, 


, Mar. 


18, 


, Mar. 


20, 


, Mar. 


21, 


, Mar. 


22, 


,Mar. 


23, 


,Mar. 


24, 



1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
]905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 



2215 
2216 
2217 
2218 
2219 
2220 
2221 
2222 
2223 
2224 
2225 
2226 
2227 
2228 
2229 
2230 
2231 
2232 
2233 
2234 
2235 
2236 
2237 
2238 
2239 
2240 
2241 
2242 
2243 
2244 
2245 
2246 
2247 
2248 
2249 
2250 
2251 
2252 
2253 
2254 
2255 
2256 



, Mar. 


25, 


, Mar. 


27, 


,Mar. 


28, 


, Mar. 


29, 


,Mar. 


30, 


, Mar. 


31, 


, Apr. 


1, 


, Apr. 


3, 


, Apr. 


4, 


, Apr. 


5, 


, Apr. 


6, 


, Apr. 


7, 


, Apr. 


8, 


, Apr. 


10, 


,Apr. 


11, 


, Apr. 


12, 


, Apr. 


13, 


, Apr. 


14, 


, Apr. 


15, 


, Apr. 


17, 


, Apr. 


18, 


, Apr. 


19, 


, Apr. 


20, 


, Apr. 


21, 


, Apr. 


22, 


, Apr. 


24, 


, Apr. 


25, 


, Apr. 


26, 


, Apr. 


27, 


, Apr. 


28, 


, Apr. 


29, 


, May 


1, 


,May 


2, 


, May 


3, 


, May 


4, 


,May 


5, 


,May 


6, 


,May 


8, 


,May 


9, 


,May 


10, 


,May 


11, 


), May 


12, 



1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 



2257 
2258 
2259 
2260 
2261 
2262 
2263 
2264 
2265 
2266 
2267 
2268 
2269 
2270 
2271 
2272 
2273 
2274 
2275 
2276 
2277 
2278 
2279 
2280 
2281 
2282 
2283 
2284 
2285 
2286 
2287 
2288 
2289 
2290 
2291 
2292 
2293 
2294 
2295 
2296 
2297 



, May 


13, 


, May 


15, 


, May 


16, 


,May 


17, 


, May 


18, 


, May 


19, 


,May 


20, 


, May 


22, 


, May 


23, 


,May 


24, 


, May 


25, 


, May 


26, 


, May 


27, 


,May 


29, 


,May 


31, 


, June 


1, 


, June 


2, 


, June 


3, 


, June 


5, 


, June 


< 


, June 


7, 


, June 


8, 


, June 


9, 


, June 


10, 


, June 


12, 


, June 


13, 


, June 


14, 


, June 


is! 


, June 


16, 


, June 


17, 


, June 


19, 


, June 


20, 


, June 


2i; 


, June 


22 


, June 


23, 


, June 


24, 


, June 


26, 


, June 


27, 


, June 


28, 


, June 


29, 


, June 


30, 



1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 



See, for later numbers, CIO. 5 



Daily consular reports (separates) 



Index to Dally consular reports 

See, for earlier numbers, S4.6: 
1903, calendar year, nos. 1534-1839 
IDiscontinued.] 

Montlily consular reports 

[Transferred from Foreign Commerce Bureau, State Dept. (S4.7:), July, 1903. Nos. 
272 and 273, for May and June, 1903, were issued by Foreign Commerce Bureau, 
but are included in v . 72. the last two numbers of which, those for July and 
August, nos. 274 and 275, were issued by this Bureau. Voluming ceased with 
V. 76, ending June, 1904. Beginning with no. 286, July, 1904, each monthly num- 
ber is separately paged and indexed. With no. 278, v. 73, Nov. 1903, the title was 
changed from Consular reports to Monthly consular reports. Transferred to 
Manufactures Biureau (C10.6:), July 1, 1905.] 

See, for earlier numbers, S4.7: 

Consular reports 

V. 72 [4495-438] 

no. 272 SeeS4.7:72. 

no. 273 SeeS4.7:72. 



369 



CUMlflcAtloa 
no. 

C14.8: 

(v. nos.) 
later 



(nos.) 



C14.9: 

(date) 

C14.10: 

(v. nos.) 



C14. STATISTICS BUREAU-^Continued 

Montlily consular reports—Continued 
Consular reports — Continued 
V. 72, no. 274, July, 1903 

no. 275, Aug. 1903 
V. 73 [4677-211 

no. 276, Sept. 1903 

no. 277, Oct. 1903 
Monthly consular reports 
V. 73, no. 278, Nov. 1903 

no. 279, Dec. 1903 
V. 74 [4678-22] 

no. 280, Jan. 1904 

no. 281, Feb. 1904 

no. 282, Mar. 1904 
V. 75 [4679-650] 

no. 283, Apr. 1904 

no. 284, May, 1904 

no. 285, June, 1904 



286, July, 1904 

287, Aug. 1904 

288, Sept 

289, Oct. 



1904 
1904 



290. Nov. 1904 



4680-783 

4680-784 

4680-785' 

4681-786' 

'4681-787 

4681-788 

4838-328 

'4838-329' 

'4838-330 

'4839-331 

'4839-332 

[4839-333 
See, for later numbers, ClO.6: 
Index to monthly consular reports 

See, for early numbers, S4.8: 
[None issued under Commerce and Labor Department.] 
Special consular reports 



291, Dec. 

292, Jan. 

293, Feb. 

294, Mar. 

295, Apr. 

296, May, 



1904 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 



297, June, 1905 



[Transferred from Foreign Commerce Bureau, State Dept. (S4. 
ferred to Manufactures Bureau (C10.7:), July, 1905.] 



:). July, 1903. Trans- 



V. 1-26 See^A.%: 



V. 32 
V. 33 
V. 34 
V. 35 
V. 36 



4836-74] 
'4836-243] 
4837-316] 
4837-423] 
4837-4271 



V. 27 [4682-45] 
V. 28 [4682-446 
V. 29 [4682-508 
V. 30 [4682-732' 
V. 31 [4836-73] 

See, for later numbers, CIO. 7: • . 

C14.ll: Lists of publications 

903 ' Publications of Bureau of Statistics, formerly of Treasury Department; 
[Publications of Bureau of Foreign Commerce, formerly of State 
Department, now consolidated with Bureau of Statistics, Depart- 
ment of Comn^rce and Labor]. July 10, 1903. AP 

903^ Publications of Bureau of Statistics, Department of Commerce and 
Labor. [1903.] f° 

906 List of publications [of Bureau of Statistics, Department of Commerce 
and Labor]. Apr. 2, 1906. 

907 Same. Mar. 1, 1907. 
C14:.12: Total values of imports and exports 4« [Monthly.] 

(date) See, for earlier issues, T37.7: 

Imports and exports 
1903, July 
Aug. 

82452°— 11 ^24 



370 



Classlflcatlon 
no. 


€14. STATISTICS BUREAU— Continued 


€14.12: 


Total values of imports and exports— Continued 


(date) 


Imports and exports— 


Continued 












1903, Sept. 
















Oct. 
















Nov. 
















Dec. 
















Total values of imports 


3 and exports 












1904, Jan. 


1905 


July 


1907 


, Jan. 




1908, 


July 




Feb. 




Aug. 




Feb. 






Aug. 




Mar. 




Sept. 




Mar. 






Sept. 




Apr. 
May 




Oct. 




Apr. 






Oct. 






Nov. 




May 






Nov. 




June 




Dec. 




June 






Dec. 




July 


1906 


Jan. 




July 




1909, 


Jan. 




Aug. 




Feb. 




Aug. 






Feb. 




Sept. 




Mar. 




Sept. 






Mar. 




Oct. 




Apr. 




Oct. 






Mav 




Nov. 




May 




Nov. 








Dec. 




June 




Dec. 




June 




1905, Jan. 




July 


1908 


, Jan. 




July 




Feb. 




Aug. 




Feb. 




Aug. 




Mar. 




Sept. 




Mar. 




Sept. 




Apr. 




Oct. 




Apr. 




Oct. 




May 




Nov. 




May 




Nov. 




June 




Dec. 




June 




Dec. 


C14.13: 


Advance sheets 


from Monti 


Lly summary 


of com- 


(date) 


merce and 


finance 


[new 6 


eries] 


40 [Monthly.] 




See, for earlier issues, T37.9: 












1903, July 


1905 


Mar. 


1906 


, Nov. 




1908, July 




Aug. 




Apr. 
May 




Dec. 






Aug. 




Sept. 




1907 


, Jan. 




Sept. 




Oct. 




June 




Feb. 




Oct. 




Nov. 




July 




Mar. 




Nov. 




Dec. 




Aug. 




Apr. 
May 






Dec. 




1904, Jan. 




Sept. 






1909, 


Jan. 




Feb. 




Oct. 




June 






Feb. 




Mar. 




Nov. 




July 






Mar. 




Apr. 
Muy 


1906 


Dec. 
Jan. 




Aug. 
Sept. 






Apr. 
May 




June 




Feb. 




Oct. 






June 




July 




Mar. 




Nov. 






July 




Aug. 




Apr. 




Dec. 






Aug. 




Sept. 




May 


1908 


, Jan. 






Sept. 




Oct. 




June 




Feb. 






Oct. 




Nov. 




July 




Mar. 






Nov. 




Dec. 




Aug. 




Apr. 






Dec. 




1905, Jan. 




Sept. 




May 










Feb. 




Oct. 




June 






€14.14: 


Monthly summary of comn 


lerce 


and 


finance [new 


(date) 


series] 4'> 


[Monthly.] 


"s 










See, for earlier numbers, T37.8 












1904, no. l,July, 


1903] 




1905 


, no. 1, 


July, 


1904 




no. 2, Aug. 


1903 


[4665-15] 




no. 2, 


Aug. 


1904 ■ [4820-15] 




no. 3, Sept 


1903 






no. 3, 


Sept. 


1904J 




no. 4, Oct. 


1903^ 






no. 4, 


Oct. 


1904 


► 


no. 5, Nov. 


1903 


[4666-15] 




no. 5, Nov. 


1904 [[4821-15] 




no. 6, Dec. 


1903 






no. 6, Dec. 


1904] 




no. 7, Jan. 


1904^ 






no. 7, Jan. 


1905 




no. 8, Feb. 


1904 


[4667-15] 




no. 8, Feb. 


1905 [[4822-15] 




no. 9, Mar. 


1904 






no. 9, Mar. 


1905] 




no. 10, Apr. 


1904 






no. 10, Apr. 


1905 




no. 11, May, 


1904 


[4668-15] 




no. 11, 


May, 


1905 [[4823-15] 




no. 12, June, 1904 






no. 12, June, 1905J 





371 



CiAMHlflcatlun 
no. 

C14.14: 

(date) 



C14.14:«: 

(CT) 
C14.15: 

(date) 



€14.16: 

(date) 



C14.16«: 

(CT) 

C14.17: 



A2 
A3 



C14. STATISTICS BUREAU— Continued 

Monthly summary of commerce and finance [new 
series] — Continued 

1906, no. l.July, 19051 



no. 2, Aug. 1905 
no. 3, Sept. 1905 
no. 4, Oct. 1905 
no. 5, Nov. 1905 
no. 6, Dec. 1905 
no. 7, Jan. 1906 
no. 8, Feb. 1906 
no. 9, Mar. 1906 
no. 10, Apr. 1906 
no. 11, May, 1906 
no. 12, June, 1906 
1907, no. l,July, 1906 

2, Aug. 1906 

3, Sept. 1906 

4, Oct. 1906 

5, Nov. 1906 

6, Dec. 1906 

7, Jan. 19071 

8, Feb. 1907 

9, Mar. 1907 J 
1907 
1907 



no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 10, Ai 



[4975-15J 



[4976-15] 



[4977-15] 



[5134-15] 



[5135-15] 



[5136-15] 



lu, Apr. 
no. 11, May, 1907^5137-15] 
no. 12, June, 1907J 
1908, no. 1, July, 1907 

no. 2, Aug. 1907 M5337-15] 
no. 3, Sept. 1907] 

Monthly summary of commerce and finance [new 
series] (separates) 



1908, no. 4, 
no. 5, 
no. 6, 
no. 7, 
no. 8, 
no. 9, 
no. 10, 
no. 11, 
no. 12, 

1909, no. 1, 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 10, 
no. 11, 
no. 12, 

1910, no. 1, 
no. 2, 
no. 3, 
no. 4, 
no. 5, 
no. 6, 



Oct. 

Nov. 

Dec. 

Jan. 

Feb. 

Mar. 

Apr. 

May, 

June, 

July, 

Aug. 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Nov. 

Dec. 

Jan. 

Feb. 

Mar. 

Apr. 

May, 

June, 

July, 

Aug. 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Nov. 

Dec. 



1907 

1907 

1907 

1908 

1908 

1908 

1908 

1908 

1908 

19081 

1908 

1908 

1908 

1908 

1908 

19091 

1909 

1909 

1909] 

1909 

1909 

1909 

1909 

1909 

1909 

1909 

1909 



[5338-15] 

[5339-15] 

[5340-15] 

[5509-1017] 

[5510-1017] 

[5511-1017] 

[5512-1017] 

[5799-174] 

[5800-174] 



A* 
A* 



Review of the world's commerce 

[Introductory to Commercial relations (C14.5:).] 

See, for earlier numbers, S4.12: 
1903 

See, for later numbers, ClO.9: 
Statistical abstract of United States 

See, for earlier issues, T37.10: 

1903, 26th [4714-578 

1904, 27th [4867-405 
1905,28th [5035-619 

1906, 29th [5204-783 

1907, 30th [5341-853 

1908, 3l8t [5513-1541] 
1909, 32d [5803-133] 

Statistical abstract (separates) 

Classification schedules 

Schedule A, classification of commodities for monthly statements of 
imported commodities; approved July 1, 1903. 1903. [See, for 
earlier issues of Schedule A, T37.2:Sch2.] 

Same; approved May 19, 1906. 1906. 
Schedule A , classification of commodities and laws and regulations gov- 
erning preparation of monthly statement of imports and exports 
of foreign commodities in commerce of United States; approved 
June 26, 1907. 1907. 

Same; approved July 1, 1908. 1908. 

Same; approved July 1, 1909. 1909. 



372 



C14. STATISTICS BUREAU— Continued 
C14.17: Classification scliedules— Continued 



Classification 
no. 



B 



B2 



B^ 

C^ 



C2 

C3 

c^ 

El 



E2 
E3 

E4 



E5 

Efi 

E^ 

tC14.18: 



Schedule B, classification of commodities and laws and regulations gov- 
erning preparation of monthly statements of domestic exports and 
of shipments of commodities to noncontiguous territory of United 
States; approved July 1, 1903. 1903. [See, for earlier issues of 
Schedule B, T37.2:Sch2.] 
Schedule B, classification of commodities and laws and regulations gov- 
erning preparation of monthly statements of domestic exports and 
of shipments of domestic commodities between United States and 
its noncontiguous territory; approved June 4, 1906. 1906. 
Schedule B, classification of commodities and laws and regulations gov- 
erning preparation of monthly statements of exports of domestic 
commodities, and shipments thereof between United States and 
its noncontiguous territory; approved June 26, 1907. 1907. 

Same; approved July 1, 1908. 1908. 

Same; approved June 1, 1909. 1909. 
Schedule C, classification of foreign countries and dependencies for 
statements of imports, exports, and tonnage movement in foreign 
trade of United States; approved Mar. 18, 1904. 1904. 

Same; approved May 19, 1906. 1906. 

Same; approved May 19, 1906. Edition, June 25, 1906. 1906. 

Same; approved July 1, 1908. 1908. 
Schedule E, classification of merchandise for quarter-yearly statements 
of imports entered for consumption, with rates of duty; approved 
July 1, 1903. 1903. [See, for earlier issues of Schedule E, 
T37.2:Sch2.] 

Same; approved May 1, 1905. 1905. 

Same; approved May 19, 1906. 1906. 
Schedule E, classification of merchandise with rates of duty, and laws 
and regulations governing preparation of quarter-yearly state- 
ments of imports entered for consumption in United States; ap- 
proved June 26, 1907. 1907. 

Same; approved July 1, 1908. 1908. 

Same; approved Sept. 1, 1909. 1909. 

Same; approved Sept. 1, 1909, amended Nov. 1, 3909. 1909. 



t This Checklist ends with the publications of the calendar year 1909. The Statis- 
tics Bureau has since begun the publication of a new series the first issue of which was 
for quarter ending Sept. 30, 1910. This has necessitated an additional class under 
C14., the series title of which is as follows: 
C14. 18: Imported merchandise entered for consumption in United States and duties 

(date of collected thereon during quarter ending 4° 

fiscal [The record of imports of merchandise entered for consumptipn formerly appeared only 

year) in the annual volume, Foreign commerce and navigation (C14.1:). The purpose of the 

^ ' publications classed under C14.18:, which are issued as promptly as possible after re- 

ceipt of quarterly returns from customs collectocs, is to present m quarterly and annual 
form a statement of imported merchandise entered for consumption in XJnited States, 
showing in the 1st issue of each fiscal year the returns of the 1st quarter (July 1-Sept. 
30); in the 2d issue, the returns for the 2d quarter (Oct. 1-Dec. 31) in conjunction with 
those of the 1st; in the 3d issue, the returns for the 3d quarter (Jan. l-Mar. 31) in 
conjunction with those of the 1st and 2d; and in the final issue for the year, the returns 
for the 4th quarter (Apr. 1-June 30) in conjunction with those that precede it. 
The tables will continue to be pubUshed in the annual volume, Foreign commerce and 
navigation (C14.1:), but will not be made a part of the Monthly summary of commerce 
and finance (C14.14:), because to include them in that would delay the statement of 
monthly imports and exports. 
The date of the fiscal year is used as book number for these publications, the superior num- 
ber being that of the quarter covered: e. g., Cl4.18:911i is the classification of the issue 
for Sept. 30, 1910, covering the 1st quarter of the fiscal year 1911.] 



373 



C15. STEAMBOAT-INSPECTION SERVICE 

rrransferred from Treasury Departracut July 1, lOM. See, for earlier publications, T38. 
Su, for Organization and law of Department of Commerce and Labor, Cl.2:Or3.J 

riAKslflcatlon 
no. 

C16.1: 

(date) 



C16.2: 

B64» 

B642 



C15.3: 

(no8.) 
C15.4: 

(no8.) 



C15.5: 

(date) 



C16.6: 

(ed. nos.) 

C15.7: 

(date) 



Annual reports 

[An abbreviated report, without lists of vessels ins 
rts of Conxnerce and Labor Department ( 



repori 
T38.1 



pect« 



ted, is also found in annual 
). 8u, for earlier reports, 

9 



1904 
1905 
1906 
1907 
1908 
1909 

General publications 

Books. (Catalogue of books and blanks used by Steamboat-Inspection 

Ser\'ice. 1905. 
Same. 1908. 
Equipments approved for use on vessels. Oct. 18, 1909. See Bureau 

circular 11 (C15.4:11). 

Bulletins 

[None issued.] 

Circulars 4* 

1 
2 
3 
4 
5 



[Supersedes Department circular 86 (C1.4:86). See also 016 A'.^.l 
[Supersedes Department circular 129 (C1.4:129).] 



7 

8 [Supersedes Bureau circular 4 (C15,4:4).] 
9 

10 

[11] Equipments approved for use on vessels. Oct. 18, 1909. 8° 
[Though not printed as Bureau circular 11, the Steamboat- 
Inspection Service considers this publication as no. 11 of that 
series.] 

Ijaws governing Steamboat- Inspection Service 

See, for earlier issues, T38.5 ^: 



1904, Jan. 
May 
Nov. 

1905, July 
Oct. 

1906, Jan. 



1906, July 

1907, Mar. 
June 

1908, June 

1909, May 

manual 



Steamboat inspectors' 

See, for early issues, T38.6: 

[None issued under Commerce and Labor Department, the matter composing the 
manual appearing now only as Laws governing Steamboat-Inspection Service 
(C15.5:), General rules and regulations (C15.9:), and Pilot rules (C15.8:).] 

Ijist of officers of mercbant steam, motor, and 
sail vessels licensed during [calendar] year 

See, for earlier issues, T38.7: 
List of masters, mates, pilots, and engineers of merchant steam, motor, 

and sail vessels licensed during [calendar] year 
1902 
1903 
1904 
1905 



374 



Classification C15. 
no. 



STEAMBOAT-INSPECTION SERVICE— Cont'd 



C15.7: 

(date) 



C15.8: 

079^ 

G792 
G793 
G794 

079^ 
In5i 



In52 
In53 

In5« 
In57 
In58 

In59 
R521 



R522 
R523 
R524 

R52 5 



R52*5 

R527 
C15.9: 

(date) 



last of officers of inercliant steam, motor, and sail 
vessels licensed during [calendar] year— Continued 

List of officers ot merchant steam, motor, and sail vessels licensed during 

[calendar] year 
1906 
1907 
1908" 
1909 

Pilot rules 

See, for earlier issues, T38.8: 
Great Lakes. Pilot rules for Great Lakes and their connecting and 
tributary waters as far east as Montreal, adopted 1902 and ap- 
proved Mar. 17, 1904; added, act approved Feb. 8, 1895, to regu- 
late navigation on Great Lakes and their connecting and tribu- 
tary waters. 1904. [See, for earlier editions, T38.8:G79 ^-^.] 

Same. Edition, May 9, 1906. 1906. 

Same. Edition, July 21, 1906. 1906. 

Same. Edition, July 1, 1907. 1907. 

[No edition for 1908.] 
Great Lakes. Pilot rules for Great Lakes and their connecting and 
tributary waters [as far east as Montreal]. Edition, Mar. 20, 1909. 
1909. 
Inland waters. Pilot rules for Atlantic and Pacific coast inland waters, 
adopted 1902; added, act approved June 7, 1897, to adopt regula- 
tions for preventing collisions upon certain harbors, rivers, and 
inland waters of United States, and list of lines dividing high seas 
from rivers, harbors, and inland waters. 1903. [See, for earlier 
editions, T38.8:In5^-^] 

Same. 1904. 

Same. 1905. 

Same. Edition, Sept. 12, 1905. 1905. 

Same. Edition, Mar. 9, 1906. 1906. 

Same. Edition, May 31, 1906. 1906. 

Same. Edition, Oct. 23, 1906. 1906. 

Same, adopted Feb. 13, 1907, and approved Feb. 25, 1907. Edition, 
July 1, 1907. 1907. 
Inland waters. Pilot rules for inland waters of Atlantic and Pacific 
coasts. Edition, Aug. 20, 1908. 1908. 

Same, and on Gulf of Mexico, except rivers emptying into Gulf of 
Mexico and their tributaries. Edition, Mar. 20, 1909. 1909. 
Rivers. Pilot rules for rivers whose waters flow into Gulf of Mexico and 
their tributaries, and for Red River of the North, taking effect 
since Mar. 1, 1897; added, sections of Revised statutes applica- 
ble. 1903. [See, for earlier editions, T38.8:R52 h \] 

Same. 1905. 

Same. Edition, July 1, 1905. 1905. 

Same, except Mississippi River below New Orleans. Edition, 
June 30, 1906. 1906. 
Rivers. Pilot rules for rivers whose waters flow into Gulf of Mexico and 
their tributaries and Red River of the North, adopted Feb. 13, 

1907, and approved Feb. 25, 1907. Edition, July 1, 1907. 1907. 
Rivers . Pilot rules for rivers whose waters flow into Gulf of Mexico and 

their tributaries and Red River of the North. Edition, Aug. 20, 

1908. 1908. 

Same. Edition, Mar. 20, 1909. 1909. 
General rules and regulations 
See, for earlier editions, T38.9: 

1904, amended Jan. 1904 

1905, amended Jan. 1905 



375 



CiMslflcatlon C15. STEAMBOAT-INSPECTION SERVICE— Cont'd 
no. 

C15.9 : General rules and regulations— Continued 

(date) Same. Edition, Aug. 3, 1905 

1906, amended Jan. 1906. Edition, Mar. 14, 1906 
Same. Edition, May 21, 1906 
Same. Edition, Aug. 8, 1906 

1907, amended Jan. 1907. Edition, Mar. 4, 1907 
Same. Edition, June 21, 1907 

1908, amended Jan. 1908. Edition, Sept. 5, 1908 

1909, amended Jan. 1909. Edition, Mar. 20, 1909 

C16. PRINTING AND PUBLICATIONS DIVISION 

Established July 1, 1903, at the time of the organization of the Commerce and Labor Department. 

At the time of organization the name of the division was Division of Printing; by order of the Secretary of 

Commerce and Labor on Nov. 24, 1908, the name was changed to Division of Printing and I'nbiications; 

on Dec. 31, 1909, the Secretary ordered that beginning with Jan. 1, 1910, the name be changed to Division 

of I'nbiications. As this Checklist ends with the publications of the calendar year 1909, it uses the form 

" Printing and Publications Division."] 



C16.1: 

(date) 



C16.2: 

Ex3 

C16.3: 

(nos.) 
C16.4: 

(nos.) 
C16.6: 

(ed. nos.) 



Annual reports 

[No reports prior to 1907.] 

19071 

19081 [^®^^®^ separately only.] 

1909, in annual report of Commerce and Labor Department (CI. 1:909), 
and issued separately also. 

General publications 

Executive Departments. Comparative costs of printing for Executive 
l3epartment8; report of Geo. C. Havenner [and reply of Charles A. 
Stillings, Public Printer]. 1908. 

Bulletins 

[None issued.] 
Circulars 

[None issued.] 

List of publications of Department of Commerce 
and Labor available for distribution 

[1st edition] Mav 1, 1908 
2d edition Oct. 1, 1908 
3d edition Mar. 1, 1909 
4th edition Dec. 15, 1909 



C17. APPOINTMENT DIVISION t 



t This Checklist ends with the publications of the calendar year 1909. Since that 
time the Appointment Division, although organized earlier, has begun to issue publi- 
cations, necessitating additional classes, the neading and series titles of which are as 
follows: 

C17. Appointment Division 
[Organized in Feb. 1904, as part of the ofTice of the Secretary. The l 



appropriation act for fiscal year 1907, approved June 22, 1906, carried the 1 
availableJuly 1,1906.] 



islative, executive, and judicial 
rst appropriation, which became 



C17.1: 
(date) 
C17.2: 
(CT) 
C17.3: 
(noe.) 
C17.4: 
(noB.) 



Annual reports 

[None issued prior to 1910.] 
General publications 

Bulletins 

CirculaiB 



376 



CS. CIVIL SEEVICE COMMISSION 



[Reports were made on civil service reform by the Retrenchment Committee, Senate 
(Y4.R31 ^:) in the 28th Congress, and by the Retrenchment Joint Select Committee 
(Y4.R312:) in the 39th and 40th Congresses. The 41st Congress passed an act 
authorizing an Advisory Board to conduct inquiries and to establish regulations for 
the civil service. This act was approved Mar. 3, 1871, and under it reports were 
made in 1871, 1873, and 1874. On Aug. 5, 1873, the name Advisory Board was 
changed to Civil Service Commission. In 1874 the appropriation for its continuance 
was withheld. The present Civil Service Commission was organized by act ap' 
proved Jan. 16, 1883.] 

Classiflcation 
no. 

CSl.l: ] Annual reports 



(date) 



(date) 
CS1.1«: 

(CT) 

CS1.2: 

B211 



1871 Reform of civil service, report to President [1478-10] 

1873 Report and rules relative to government of civil service [Not in 

Congressional set.] 
1874, Apr. 15, with app. a-f [1581-53] 

Same, with only app. a-d [1614-221] 
1884 [Jan. 16, 1883-Jan. 16, 1884], Ist [1st edition] [2206-105] 

Same. 2d edition 

1885, Jan. 16, 1884-Jan. 16, 1885, 2d [1st edition] [2303-207] 
Same. 2d edition 

1886, Jan. 16, 1885-Jan. 16, 1886, 3d 1st edition [2399-140] 
Same. 2d edition 

Same. 3d edition [Omits appendixes 8 and 9.] 
Same. 4th edition [Includes appendixes 8 and 9.] 

1887, Jan. 16, 1886-June 30, 1887, 4th [2515-223] [Includes matter 
down to June 9, 1888.] 

1888, [year ended] June 30, 5th [2613-145] 

1889, [year ended] June 30, 6th [2733-1] 

1890, [year ended] June 30, 7th [2851-1] 

1891, [year ended] June 30, 8th [1st edition] [2942-1] 



Same. 2d edition 



1892, 
1893, 
1894, 
1895, 
1896, 
1897, 
1898, 
1899, 
1900, 
1901, 
1902, 
1903, 
1904, 
1905, 
1906, 
1907, 
1908, 
1909, 



year ended 
year ended^ 
year ended 
year ended" 
year ended 
year ended 
year ended 
year ended 
year ended 
year ended 
"^year ended 
year ended 



June 30, 9th 
June 30, 10th 
June 30, 11th 
June 30, 12th 
June 30, 13th 
June 30, 14th 
June 30, 15th 
June 30, 16th 
June 30, 17th 
June 30, 18th 
June 30, 19th 
June 30, 20th 



year ended June 30, 21st 
year ended June 30, 22d 
year ended June 30, 23d 
year ended June 30, 24th 
year ended June 30, 25th 
year ended June 30, 26 th 



[3097-1] 
'3218-1, pt 
3336-79] 
3539-318 
3539-321 
3689-314 
3826-296 
3981-340 
4208-555 
4390-703 
4486-20] 
4717-644] 
[4862-369] 
[4991-44] 
[5075-20] 
[5361-600] 
[5520-1158] 
[5808-135] 



8] 



Annual reports (separates; reports of commissioners) 

Annual reports (separates; miscellaneous) 

[Some of the "parts" of the reports of the commissioners for recent years have been 
issued separately in pamphlet form.] 

General publications 

Baltimore case. Opinion of Civil Service Commission on power of 
removal and on discrimination in appointments for partisan 
reasons [in Baltimore case]. July 8, 1886. 12° 



377 



Cltwiflration C8. CIVIIj SERVICE COMMISSION— Continued 



CS1.2: 

B212 



C43» 



C43 = 



C43^ 



D63 



Ex3 

G72 

H19 
In3 

In8^ 

In82 

L82 
P53 

P75^ 

P752 

P753 

P75* 
P75« 
P94 



General publications— Continued 

Baltimore, Md. Report of Commissioner Roosevelt concerning politi- 
cal assessments and use of official influence to control elections in 
Federal offices at Baltimore, Md., with action of commission and 
report of testimony. 1891. 

Chief examiner. Report of chief examiner to Civil Service Commis- 
eion, Jan. 27, 1874. 1874. [From 1895 to 1909, reports of chief 
examiner are in annual reports of Civil Service Commission 
(CSl.l:); 1898, issued separately also and classed under CSLl^:] 

Chicago, 111. Investigation of complaint against collector [Anthony F.] 
Seeberger of port of Chicago, charging violation of civil-service 
act, Apr. 11, 1887, reports of commissioners Edgerton and Lyman 
and opinion of commission. 1887. [Also in annual report of 
Civil Service Commission, 1887 (CSl.l :887), p. 424-456.] 

Chicago, 111. Report of commissioners Edgerton and Lyman concern- 
ing execution of civil-service law and rules in Chicago post-oflBce, 
Apr. 1887. 1887. [Also in annual report of Civil Service Com- 
mission, 1887 (CS1.1:887), p. 457-463.] 

Districts. List of civil-service districts. [1904.] 

Engineer Department at Large. Classes established by Civil Service 
Commission and limiting rates of pay of each class. [To accom- 
pany Engineer Department Circular 14, 1902, which is not listed 
m this Checklist but is classed in Public Documents Library as 
W7.4.•902»^] 

Executive civil service. Tables showing number of positions in 
executive civil service June 30, 1896, with their compensation 
by grades and classes, and their status under civil-service rules; 
by Theodore L.DeLand. 1897. 4« [3528-202] 

Government Printing Office. [Opinion] in matter of order of President 
directing classification of Government Printing Office, submitted 
to Senate Committee on Judiciary by Civil Service Conmiission. 
1898. 

Handbook. Educational handbook of examinations. May, 1907. 
(Form 1638.) 

Information for those desiring to enter service of Government, civil list, 
method of appointment and term and tenure of office, [etc.]; also 
positions open to appointment outside of civil-service rules. 
1893. (52d Cong. 2d sess. S. misc. doc. 61; serial no. 3064.) 

Internal revenue. In re status of deputy collectors of internal revenue, 
Oct. 14, 1897. 

Investigations. [Circular] to district secretaries and other persons con- 
ducting investigations for Civil Service Commission. Jan. 1908. 

Logarithms. Table of logarithms. 1905. large 8° 

Philadelphia, Pa. Charges against Philadelphia Postal Board [and] 
Postmaster [William F.] Harrity, o