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ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



PUBLIC PRINTER 



FOR THK FISCAL YEAR 
ENDFD JUNF. :<l) 



1907 



TRANSMITTED TU CONGRESS AT THE BECJIN- 

NING OF THE FIRST SESSION OF IHE SIXTIETH 

CONGRESS, DECEMBER 2, 19()7 




WASHINGTON 

(MJVERNMENT PRINTINC OFFICE 




OFFICE OF 

THE PUBLIC PRINTER 

WASHINQTON 



December 2, 1907. 
Sir: I have the honor to transmit herewith the annual report of 
the operations of the Government Print"" j Office for the. fiscal year 
ended June 30, 1907. 

Very respectfully, Chas. A. Stillings, 

Public Printer. 
The President of the Senate. 



196796 



ANNUAL REPORT 
OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER 



Office of the Public Printer, 

Washington^ December 2^ 1907. 
To the Senate and> House of Representatives: 

Tlie adaptation of new business methods in the Government Print- 
ing Office, adequate to cope with the constantly increasing demands 
of Congress, the Executive Departments, and the numerous smaller 
governmental publishers; the purchase and installation of machinery 
and other equipment capable of meeting the present needs, and 
susceptible of the expansion and readjustment which continued 
growth, such as that of the past year, \vill make necessary, and the 
selection and instruction of competent ofTicers to properly supervise 
and improve the output of this enormous institution, are tasks of na 
small magnitude. 

Considerable progress has been made in the development of the^ 
cost, audit, and inventory systems now being introduced into every 
branch of the work of the Office. No delay has been occasioned by 
their installation, and reliable information is now quickly obtainable^ 
whereas heretofore only conjectural statistics could be secured. 

As an aid to more intelligent action, the systems are proving a 
valuable addition, and in every section of the Office are assisting in 
producing the work accurately and '^on time'' find also in obtaining 
a complete record of the cost thereof. 

The expenditures from the appropriations for the Government 
Printing Office, under both the legislative, executive, and judicial 
appropriation act and the sundry civil appropriation act, have been 
kept well witliin their lawful limits, and the funds have been safe- 
guarded at every point, with a view to securing for the Office material 
and equipment of the first grades at the lowest commercial prices. 

A working scheme of organization has been evolved, covering tha 
operations of the entire Office, and the assignment of the work to- 
grand divisions, divisions, sections, and groups (here stated in the 
order of their importance) results in the closer supervision and expe- 
dition of pubHc printing and binding. 



VI REPORT OV THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 

i With only such changes as the fluctuating conditions of the pubHc 
printing and binding make necessary, the organization as at present 
arranged will, I believe, be found fully capable of meeting all require- 
ments for several years to come. 

The consolidation, as far as practicable, of all work of similar char- 
acter under one jurisdiction has made it possible to bring into the 
new building all the manufacturing sections, leaving the old building 
available for storage, with the exception of the space now occupied 
by the Division of Public Documents, the Machine Shop Division, 
and a portion of the Supply Division. 

The Division of Public Documents \vill, however, within a few 
months be installed in the seven-story annex building on H street, 
which will be found adequate to meet the requirements of that rap- 
idly growing division for some time to come, and I would renew my 
recommendation that as soon as this change is accomplished the old 
building be torn do\vn. 

The weakness of the walls of the old building makes it undesirable 
for storage purposes even, and its construction of inflammable mate- 
rials constitute it a menace to both the new building and to the fire- 
proof annex adjoining it on the west. At present a large portion of 
the upper floors are occupied in the storage of many thousands of 
obsolete Government publications, which, under the law, must be 
held and accounted for by the Superintendent of Documents. They 
are not only undesirable for distribution to libraries, but are also 
unsalable. 

The L street warehouse (a rented building) is also partially filled 
with more of tliis worthless accumulation, for the condemnation of 
which legislation will be asked at the coining session of Congress. 

The demand for public documents is constantly increasing, and the 
work of distribution and sales is being successfully handled by the 
Division of Public Documents. Attention is called to the extended 
report of the Superintendent of Documents transmitted herewith, 
which recounts the reorganization of that Grand Division under his 
control, and makes numerous suggestions looking to the improve- 
ment of the various conditions connected with its work of catalogu- 
ing, distributing, and selling pubUc documents. 

The establishment of a branch post-office in connection A\ath the 
Government Printing Office deserv^es immediate attention, as it 
would reduce expense and facilitate the work of the Office, as well as 
promote the sales work of the Division of Public Documents, which 
has increased 100 per cent over the previous year, even with the 
present limited facilities. 

Irenew the recommendation made in my last annual report, that pro- 
vision should be made w^hereby the purchases of equipment, material, 
supplies by the Public Printer may be supervised and restricted 



KEPOKT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. VII 

within a reasonable financial limit, by methods as carefully safeguarded 
as those now existing in relation to the purchase of papers, etc. ; and 
that the Joint Committee on Printing be instructed to take up this 
matter with a view to securing legislation covering the same. This 
action is necessary, not only as a protection to the Government, but 
in justice to the Government Printing OflBce and to the Public Printer. 

The following tabular statements are incorporated as a part of this 
report : 

'No. 1. Financial statement of the business of the Government 
Printing Office for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1907, and the con- 
dition of the appropriations July 1, 1907. 

No. 2. Recapitulation of statement of condition of appropriations 
July 1, 1907, as shown by ledger. 

No. 3. Classified statement of payments, by appropriations, for the 
fiscal year ended June 30, 1907. 

No. 4. Statement showing expenditures for labor, material, paper, 
and lithographing and engraving and leaves of absence during the 
fiscal years 1900 to 1907, both inclusive. 

No. 5. Statement showing moneys received by the Public Printer 
during the fiscal year ended June 30, 1907, the sources from which 
received, and to what accounts deposited in the Treasury. 

No. 6. Statement showing the disbursements on account of salaries 
in the office of the Public Printer during the fiscal year ended June 30, 
1907. 

No. 7. Statement showing the disbursements on account of public 
printing and binding during the fiscal year ended June 30, 1907. 

No. 8. Statement showing the disbursements on account of paper 
for the public printing and binding during the fiscal year ended June 
30, 1907. 

No. 9. Statement showing the disbursements on account of litho- 
graphing and engraving during the fiscal year ended June 30, 1907. 

No. 10. Statement of the estimated cost of printing, binding, etc., 
documents printed by authority of law, joint or concurrent resolu- 
tions, or by order of either House of Congress, during the fiscal year 
ended June 30, 1907, and how distributed. 

No. 11. Statement of allotments, etc., made for the executive and 
judicial departments, and independent Government establishments, 
etc., and of the estimated cost of the work executed for the same, 
for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1907. * 

No. 12. Statement showing the cost of operating each branch office 
during the fiscal year ended June 30, 1907. 

No. 13. Statement of the distribution of the bound and unbound 
copies of the Congressional Record for the second session of the Fifty- 
ninth Congress. 



VIII REPORT OF THK PUBLIC PRINTER. 

No. 14. Statement of annual reports and documents printed upon 
requisition by the heads of Departments for the fiscal year ended 
June 30, 1907. 

No. 15. Statement of binding done for Senators, Representatives, 
and Delegates under the provisions of section 99, act of January 12, 
1895, as amended by paragraph 9, act of March 1, 1907, for the fiscal 
year ended June 30, 1907. 

No. 16. Statement of contracts made (by direction of the Joint 
Committee on Printing) for paper for the public printing and binding 
from March 1, 1907, to February 29, 1908. 

No. 17. Statement of contracts made for stationery, fuel, forage, 
ice, and miscellaneous items during the fiscal year ended June 30, 1907. 

No. 18. Statement of contracts made for materials and supplies 
(except paper) during the fiscal year ended June 30, 1907. 

No. 19. Statement of contracts made for lithographing and engrav- 
ing during the fiscal year ended June 30, 1907. 

No. 20. Schedule of proposals received by the Joint Committee on 
Printing for furnishing paper for the public printing and binding from 
March 1, 1907, to February 29, 1908. 

No. 21. Schedule of proposals received for supplying the Govern- 
ment Printing Office with stationery, fuel, forage, ice, and miscel- 
laneous items from July 1, 1906, to June 30, 1907. 

No. 22. Schedule of proposals received for supplying the Govern- 
ment Printing Office with material (exclusive of paper) from July 1, 
1906, to June 30, 1907. 

No. 23. Statement of proposals received for lithographing and 
engraving during the fiscal year ended June 30, 1907. 

No. 24. Statement showing the names of persons employed in the 
public printing and binding during the fiscal year ended June 30, 1907, 
the time each has been employed, and the amount [each has received, 
includingfleaves of absence. 

The Thirteenth Annual Report of the Superintendent of Docu- 
ments, for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1907, is appended. 

Respectfully submitted. 

Chas. a. Stillings, 

Public Printer. 



TABULAR STATEMENTS. 



No. 1. — Financial statement of the business of the Government Printing Office for the fiscal 
year ended June SO, 1907, and the condition of the appropriations July /, 1907. 

Salaries, office of the Public Printer, 1906: 

Balance July 1, 1906 14. 46 

No disbursements. 

Salaries, office of the Public Printer, 1906: 

Balance July 1, 1906 663. 76 

Disbursed during fiscal year 652. 11 

Balance July 1, 1907 11. 66 

Salaries, office of the Public Printer, 1907: 

Appropriation, act June 22, 1907 15,650.00 

Disbursed during fiscal year 14,995. 99 

Balance July 1, 1907 654. 01 

Public printing and binding, 1905: 

Balance July 1, 1906 484,203.56 

Amount transferred on books of Treasury through Auditor's settlements, being print- 
ing for Departments or Bureaus payable from various appropriations 558. 90 

484,762.46 

Disbursed for material and supplies 841,950.00 

Disbursed for lithographing and engraving 920.00 

42,870.00 

Balance July 1, 1907 441,892. 46 

Public printing and binding, 1906: 

Balance July 1. 1906 1,345,539. 28 

Deficiency act June 30, 1906 28,500. OO 

Deposits to credit of appropriation by sundry disbursing officers and individuals for 

printing done and from proceeds of sales of certain documents 32,895. 39 

Amount transferred on books of Treasury through Auditor's settlements, being print- 
ing for Departments or Bureaus payable from various appropriations 110,580. 38 

1,517,51£.05 

Disbursed for labor during fiscal year $177,677. 66 

Disbursed for material and supplies 246,235. 74 

Disbursed for lithographing and engraving 63, 610. 27 

Disbursed for paper 297,007. 49 

Payment to Jos. L. Po^irson, printing for United States Supreme Court . . 3,449. 32 

787,986. 48 

Balance July 1, 1907 .1 729, 528. 67 



2 BEPOBT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 

Public printing and binding, 1907: 

Appropriation, act June 30, 1906. 15,100,000.00 

Deficiency act, March 4, 1907 13,113.83 

Deposits to credit of appropriation by sundry disbursing officers and individuals for 

printing done and from proceeds of sales of certain documents 152,265. 41 

Amount transferred on books of Treasury through Auditor's settlements, being print- 
ing for Departments and Bureaus payable from various appropriations 329,378. 78 

5,594,758.02 

Disbursed for labor during fiscal year $3,742, 102. 65 

Disbursed for material and supplies 417,682. 85 

Disbursed for lithographing and engraving 67,228. 96 

Disbursed for paper * 506,358.60 

Transferred to leaves of absence, 1907 « 65,000.00 

Payment to Jos. L. Pearson, printing for United States Supreme Court. 3, 409. 33 

4,801,782.39 

Balance July 1, 1907 792,975.03 

Leaves of absence. Government Printing Office, 1906: 

Balance July 1,1906 4.10 

No disbursements. 
Leaves of absence. Government Printing Office, 1906: 

Balance July 1, 1906 8,757.24 

Disbursed during fiscal year 7, 587. 80 

Balance July 1, 1907 1,169.44 

Leaves of absence, Government Printing office, 1907: 

Appropriation, act J une 30, 1906. 325,000. 00 

Transferred from printing and binding, 1907 65,000. 00 

d90,ooaoo 

Disbursed during fiscal year. 387, 449. 44 

Balance July 1,1907 • 2,560.56 



BEPOBT OP THE PUBLIC PBINTEB. 3 

No. 2. — Recapitulation of statement of condition of appropriations July i, 1907 ^ as shovm 

by ledger. 

BESOUBCES. 

Salaries, office of the Public Printer: 

1905 S4.45 

1906 663.76 

1907 15,650.00 

Public printing and binding: 

1905 484,762.46 

1906 * 1,517,615.05 

1907 ($5,594,758.02, leas 165,000 transferred by Congress to leaves of absence, 1907).. 5,529,758.02 

Leaves of absence, Oovemment Printing Office: 

1905 4.10 

1906 8,757.24 

1907 390,000.00 



7,947,115.08 



DISBUBSEHEKTS. 

Pay of empl oyees $3, 9 19 , 780. 3 1 

Paper 804,879.21 

Material and supplies, other than paper 702, 375. 19 

Lithographing and engraving 133, 745. 51 

Salaries, office of the Public Printer 15,648.10 

Leaves of absence. Government Printing Office 395,037. 24 

Payment to Jos. L. Pearson, printing for United States Supreme Court 6, 858. 65 

UNEXPENDED BALANCES. 

Salaries, office of the Public Printer: 

1905 4.45 

1906 11.65 

1907 654.01 

Public printing and binding: 

1905 441,892.46 

1906 729,528.57 

1907 792,975.63 

Leaves of absence. Government Printing Office: 

1905 4.10 

1906 1,169.44 

1907 2,55a56 



5,978,324.21 



1,968, 79a 87 
7,947,115.08 



REPORT OF THE PUBUC PRINTER. 



No. 3. — Classified statement of payments y by appropriations y for fiscal year ended June 

SO, 1907, 



Appropriations. 



Labor. 



, Material Lithograph- 
Paper. ', and sup- Jng and en- 
I plies. graving. 



Total. 



Salaries, office of the Public Printer: | 

1906 $652.11 ' 

1907 14,995.99 ' 

Public printing and binding: 

1905 

1906 ! 177,677.66 

1907 3,742,102.65 

Leaves of absence, Oovemment ' 
Printing Office: 

1906..." 

1907 

Payment to Jos. L. Pearson, print- 
ing for United States Supreme 
Court 



1652.11 
14,995.99 



i $41,950.00 $920.00 42,870.00 

.$297,007.49 246,235.74 63,616.27 784,537.16 
606,358.60 ! 417,682.85 67,228.96 4,733,373.06 



7,587.80 
387,449.44 



6,85&65 



Total 3,936,428.41 



803,366.09 , 705,868.69 131,765.23 ' 5,978,324.21 



No. 4. — Statement showing expenditures for labor , material ^ paper, lithographing and 
engraving y and leaves of absence during fiscal years 1900 to 1907, both inclv^ve. 



Appropriations. 



1900. 



1901. 



1902. 



1903. 



Prlnthig and binding $4,564,109.09 ; $4,944,026.73 $5,697,712.65 $5,689,150.15 

Agricultural reports 326,963.58 332,281.44, 229,193.60 307,124.97 

Printingand binding, War Department 7,682.59 ' ' \ 

Printing Memorial Volume, Centennial Cele- 
bration of seat of Oovemment in the Dis- 
trict of Columbia : 360.00 2,951.15 

Total 4,898,755.26 1 5,276,668.17' 5,829,857.40 ; 5,996,275.12 



Appropriations. 



1904. 



1905. 



1906. 



1907. 



Printing and binding W,533, 480.59 $6,417,841.17 $5,729,919.36 $5,567,638.87 

• Agricultural reports 202,659.09 140,869.23 

Leaves of absence, Government Printing | I 

Office: I 

1904 326,273.39 5,161.31 64.00 

1905 344,617.62 5,148.15 I 

1906 ! 356,242.76 : 7,587.80 

1907 387,449.44 



Total 7,062,413.07 6,908,489.33 6,091,374.27 5,962.676.11 



REPORT OP THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 5 



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No. 5. — Statement showing moneys received by the Public Printer during the fiscal year 
ended June SO, 1907, the sources from which received, and to tvJiat accounts deposited in 
the Treasury. 

Deposited to the credit of the appropriation for public printing and binding: 

Sales of documents under the act of March 28, 1904 $31 , 517. 83 

Printing for Post-Offlce Department- 
Printing and binding. 1906 110,289.72 

Printing and binding, 1907 16,009.81 

26,350.53 

Printing for Money-Order OflBce— 

Printing and binding, 1906 187. 44 

Printing and binding, 1907 1, 013. 12 

1,200.66 

Printing for American Historical Association 176.88 

Printing for Department of the Interior 130. 58 

Printingfor Panama Railroad Company 305.18 

Printing for Department of Justice 5,723.20 

Printing for Smithsonian Institution 194. 17 

Binding Rebellion Records 9.00 

$65,616.93 

Deposited to the credit of receipts from miscellaneous sources: 

Sales of extra documents 6, 183. 44 

Sales of waste paper 33,944. 11 

Sales of Congressional Record 1, 166.00 

Printing speeches 12, 293. 93 

Proceeds of waste gold leaf 5,877. 15 

Sales of leather scraps 2, 638. 52 

Sales of stereotype dross 7,099.54 

Sales of old boxes 1,041.09 

Spoiled work 557.42 

Sales of condemned old horses, harness, wagons, etc 1, 526.03 

Sales of empty gold-leaf books 145.50 

Sales of mounting maps 7.79 

Balance due Printing Office on account of sales of public docimients by L. C. 

Farrell, 1905 774.87 

Sale of one old protectograph 20.00 

Sale of old scrap iron 200. 53 

73,476.01 

Total 138,092.04 

No. 6. — Statement showing the disbursements on account of salaries in the office of (he 

Public Printer during fiscal year ended June SO, 1907. 

PubUc Printer $4,500.00 

Chief clerk 2,750.00 

One clerk, at $2,000 per annum 2,000.00 

One clerk, at $1,800 per annum 1,800.00 

Two clerks, at $1 ,600 i>er annum 3, 198. 10 

One clerk, at $1,400 per annum 1,400.00 

Total 15,648.10 



6 BEPOBT OP THE PUBUC PRINTER. 

No. 7. — Statement showing the disbursements on account of public printing and binding 

during the fiscal year ended June SO, 1907. 

Wages S3,919,78a31 

Fuel, electric i>ower, madiinery, flxtnres and repairs, furniture, and inciden- 
taU in connection with maintenance of building: 
Coal— 

60^3V8 tons semibltuminous, at $3.18 1161. 27 

150,gVo tons bituminous, at$3.24 486.08 

50,5^5 tons AUegheny, at $3.32 166.13 

62,*5Vfl tons steam, at $3.49 217.13 

50,Wff tons bituminous, at$3.57 178.76 

S^AVn tons bituminous, at $3.50 179. 91 

3685V5i"o tons anthracite, at $5.60 2,002. 20 

6,19(>i5U tons anthracite, at $5.72 35, 446. 02 

38,897.50 

Gas 13,395.80 

Lumber 7,937. 84 

Plumbing and gas-fitting supplies 4, 425. 84 

Laundering 1,471. 44 

Paints, etc 1 ,037. 78 

Steel 212. 18 

Hose, couplings, etc 171. 42 

Electric current 760. 88 

Removing ashes and debris 619. 40 

Toilet paper 814. 97 

Finola, etc 276. 52 

C uspidors 1 , 729. 05 

Solarine 68. 60 

Disinfecto 127.60 

Brass 10. 91 

Zinc 227.36 

Oaivanized iron 1, 697. 24 

Desks, tables, etc 2,051. 49 

Wire 44.82 

Mops, handles, etc 177. 10 

Maintenance of Observatory clocks 81. 00 

Scales and repairing 566. 43 

Cement, lime, and sand 353.75 

Copper 58.25 

Glass 249.44 

Clocks and repairs 260. 53 

Wax 74.63 

Awnings, shades, etc 29. 54 

Cabinets and supplies , 1 , 063. 25 

Putty 2.96 

Improvement and repairs to buildings 883. 34 

Elevator fixtures and repairs .* 1,536. 60 

Bearings 39.00 

Boiler tubes 3,011.30 

Inspecting boilers 12. 00 

Belting 376.19 

Lacing, belt 216.18 

Brick 115.00 

Buckets 27.10 

Rope, miscellaneous 1 , 617. 79 

Emerj' cloth 51.20 

Gauge glasses 25. 44 

Blueprints 2. 90 

United States flags 76.76 

Protectographs 60. 00 

Oammeter multigraph 300. 00 

48,337.62 



REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 



Hardware, etc., including miscellaneous tools and implements: 

Locks, hinges, etc $637. 28 

Castings 540. 77 

Packing 418. 67 

Saws 320.62 

Bolts 101. 54 

Drills 89.95 

NaUs 69.80 

Screws '. 57.68 

FUos : 51.27 

Hammers 50. 35 

Cups, cans, etc 50. 34 

Chisels 49.52 

Casters, truck 47. 51 

Wrenches 43.46 

Grindstones 35. 85 

Oilers and spouts 33. 35 

Brass screw rings t 29. 00 

Screw-drivers 11. 78 

Spring di viders 10. 80 

Oilstones 9. 14 

Tacks 7. 32 

Plug and taper taps 7. 25 

Vises 7.23 

Nuts, washers, etc 5. 62 

Hatchets 5. 10 

Punches, dies, etc 2. 45 

Hardware, miscellaneous 673. 11 

Oil, lubricants etc.: 

4,101 gallons engine, at 24 cents 984. 24 

4, 058 gallons cylinder, at 21J cents 862. 33 

223i gallons lard, at 67 cents 149. 75 

157 gallons monotype, at 50 cents 78. 60 

84 gallons olive 39. 06 

2 gross typewriter, at 118.81 37. 62 

40 dozen ^ pint sweet, at 77 cents 30.80 

200 poimds lubricating compound 28. 50 

110 pounds graphite 21. 02 

50 gallons machine, at 40 cents 20. 00 

50 gallons machine, at 22) cents 11. 25 

50 gallons machine, at 20) cents 10. 25 

Miscellaneous « 14. 00 

11 gallons neat 's-f oot, at 60 cents 6. 60 

5 gallons neat's-foot, at 65 cents 3. 25 

109 gallons paraflln 15. 62 

Sawdust: 

2,4381 barrels, at 24. 5 cents , 697. 42 

979 barrels, at 23 cents 226.17 

Cotton waste, etc.: 

8,602 pounds cotton waste, at 9 cents 774. 18 

1,127 potmds cotton waste, at 9^ cents 102. 56 

15,570 pounds wiping rags, at 5 cents 778. 60 

Bale ties: 

100 bundle s 

Soap: 

27,000 pounds wax, at 4,^ cents 1, 134.00 

162) poimds castile, at UJ conts 18.29 

244 cakes ivory, at $9.74 per gross 16. 60 

381 pounds borax 32. 18 

) gross sapolio, at $8.82 4. 41 

30 boxes, at $3.87 116.10 

7 boxes, at $3.88 27. 16 



$3,366.76 



2,312.79 



822.59 



1,655.24 
118. 16 



1,348.94 



8 REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 

Sponges: 

192J pounds, at 12.78 $535.15 

25 pounds, at 12.50 62.50 

21 }| pounds, at 12.08 45. 63 

ni pounds, at $3.70 42.55 

10 pounds, at $1.60 16.00 

loe: 

343,810 pounds, at 19 cents per hundredweight 653.23 

48, 722 pounds, at 14§ cents per hundredweight 70. 65 

Miseellaneoufl items: 

100 canvas bags 123. 00 

Sandpaper, etc 63. 02 

6 rubber mats 47. 20 

737 pounds aqua ammonia 36. 85 

1,083 pounds pumice stones 23. 34 

4 water coolers 22. 35 

Portraits, pictures, and frames 132. 28 

Fixtures for office ticklers 117.60 

13 barrels plaster of Paris 22. 40 

1 beveled mirror 9. 00 

1 bust of Franklin ' 11 . 00 

Shears, etc.: 

1 li dozen pair 64. 30 

2 dozen pair, at $4.80 9.60 

6 pair tinner's 8. 50 

1 dozen i)air 7.20 

Brooms: 

46 doz<'n No. R 171 . 84 

32 dozen No. 7 80.68 

i dozen Bass 2. 30 

2 dozen whisk 3. 70 

8i*5 dozen floor 8W(H>p8 101.05 

Brushes: 

30 dozen glue 286. 80 

21 dozen pick 149. 10 

10 dozen Clinton No. 3 109. 00 

IJ dozen matrix 94. 50 

20 dozen lye 81.20 

25 body, for stable us*? 34.05 

17 dozen sash toolff No. 8 32. 30 

9 dozen dust 29.61 

3 dozen wall 27. 0(> 

41 do7.en varnish '26.7') 

11 dozen turkey feather 24. .Ui 

3 dozen marbler's 1 1 . 8.'> 

4 dozen .•scrubbing 4. 0() 

Miscellaneous iti. 74 

Klectric machiner>', repairs, etc.: 

1 motor (8i horsepower Westlnghouae) '-S)ii. (*) 

32 electric fans ■'V2'.». 44 

16,04') feet eloctric wires :t.')7. Oti 

300 electric switches 1«2. .'lO 

15 commutators 200. 17 

202 pounds nickel anodes 107.06 

Charts and dials 2.'i.67 

12 field coils 39.00 

7 adjusUble brackets 22. 34 

66 armature coils 36. 30 

12 eloctric controllers 7.06 

1 ,000 carbon brushes 90. 88 

598 feet rubber tubing 57. 2l» 

9,800 iucande8c«'nt lamps 923. 90 

5 desk lamps 123. 75 



$701.83 



723.88 



60S. 04 



89. G») 



35'.»..')7 



•44 _••• 



REPOET OP THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 9 

Electric machinery, repairs, etc.— Continued. 

8 Nemst lamps $3. 20 

Miscellaneous supplies 211.09 

200 attaching plugs : 18.68 

1,500 feet steel tubing 56. 25 

300 Bossert boxes 43. 00 

1,000 feet electroduct pipe '. 45.00 

4 wall bracket fans 47.00 

125 receptacle boxes 57. 00 

4 ceiling fixtures 13.33 

200 feet circular loom 70. 00 



Miscellaneous machinery, etc., for machine shop, carpenter shop, and power 
plant: 

l-horsepower packing ring with keeper 1,439. 00 

120 grate bar.s : 640. 00 

Air-compressor parts 182. 21 

Pump fixtures 151. 10 

12 leather cups 54. 00 

1 outfit Tichon brazing compound 15. 00 

4 stepladders 13. 44 

25 pounds steel wool 8. 25 

Miscellaneous 18. 64 

Electrotype and 8tereotyi>e machinery, tools, and material: 

1 curved combination router 875. 00 

1 curved router for Congressional Record 700. 00 

3 sets iron electrotjrpe blocks 350. 00 

10 emery wheels 169. 58 

4 gas-burners 40. 00 

2 spiral gears 25. 00 

72 stereotype brass ratchets 27. 00 

21 dozen router bits 85. 87 

9 dozen router cutters 67. 13 

Router belts and repairs 18. 65 

Copper battery plates— 

27.798 pounds, at 20.95 cents , 5,823. 68 

2.034 pounds, at 17.61 cents 258. 19 

Bar tin— 

7,500 pounds, at 41 cents 3,075. 00 

2,000 pounds, at 29.5 cents 500. 00 

Plumbago — 

1,658 pounds, at 15 cents 248. 70 

842 pounds, at 28 cents 235. 76 

50 pounds, at 12 cents 6. 00 

Tissue paper for paper process — 

200 reams, at 11.35 270. 00 

55 reams, at 11.50 82. 50 

50 reams, at 11.30 65. 00 

Sifted cast-iron filings— 

9,660 pounds, at 2 cents 193. 00 

5,674 pounds, at 2.5 cents 141. 85 

Acids— 

14 carboys, sulphuric, at 12.95 41. 30 

4 carboys, muriatic, at $2.40 9. 60 

1 carboy, muriatic, at $2.50 2. 50 

Molding wax— 

4,019 pounds at 26.5 cents 1,065. 04 

814i pounds, at 29.5 cents 240. 28 

Copper sulphate— 

7,200 pounds, at 5.7 cents 410. 40 

3.150 pounds, at 6.4 cents 201. 60 

18937— S. Doc. 5, 60-1 2 



$3,277.97 



2,421.64 



2,358.23 



6,181.87 



3,665.00 



490.46 



417. 50 



331.85 



63.40 



1,305.32 



612.00 



10 REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 

Electrotype and stereotype toachlnery, tools, and material— Continued. 

9, 180 pounds ba r lead 15, 283. 93 

10,600 pounds electrotype metal, at 7 cents 742. 00 

10.057 pounds tin foil, at 22J cents 2,237. 68 

30i pounds bismuth metal, at 11.60 48. 80 

60 coating brushes 44. 25 

1,000 pounds stereotypje b'acklng powder 62. 50 

1,000 pounds solder, at 21J cents 212. 50 

250 pounds nick( 1 salts and ammonia, at 11.9 cents 29. 75 

805 pounds rosin 20. 88 

6 pounds nitrate of silver, at $6.72 40. 32 

260i gallons refined turpentine 182. 35 

726 pounds crude turpentine 24. 70 

70 reams stereotype backing paper, at $4.75 332. 50 

48 army blankets, at $3.22i 154. 80 

12 stereotype drying blankets, at $2.75 33. 00 

12 dozen electrot3rpe finishing rubbers 22. 95 

Miscellaneous 21. 50 

Printing machinery, tools, implements, and material: 

12 Lanston monotype machines 44,000.00 

Monotype fixtures and supplies 8, 735. 70 

Linotyi)e fixtures and supplies 1, 793. 37 

140,000 pounds monotype metal 16, 200. 00 

75,000 pounds linotype metal 5, 062. 50 

49,877 pounds keyboard paper 4, 091. 04 

2 rotary pf^rfecting presses 20, 000. 00 

Fixtures for presses 1 , 076. 05 

Outfits, clamps, and slitter points 10,832. 29 

1 seal press 30. 00 

750 sections unique block 1 , 915. 86 

Type 2, 094. 12 

Chases 3,167.61 

1,465 brass galleys 2, 223. 22 

Brass rule 1, 2,tO. 35 

1,000 side sticks, at 23 c-ents 230.00 

Engraving steel dies .• 876. 55 

9,072 sheets bonnet board, at 2 cents 181.44 

1 dozen mineralized rubber blankets, at $20.50 each 246. 00 

8,862 pounds offset paper 597. 18 

40,590 pounds wiping paper 1, 965. 14 

2,006 pounds pasteboard 453. 30 

60 machine thermometers 600. 00 

12 bicycles 786. 00 

Bicycle parts and repairs 89. 40 

3,375 pounds potash, at 3.9 cents 131.62 

496 gallons sirup, at 27J cents 136. 40 

50 pounds Fauls' lubricating compoimd : 10. 00 

66 boxes tape couplers H5. 76 

236 pounds wrapping cord, at 16 cents 37. 76 

1 triple tier matrix cabinet 104. 95 

1 double tier matrix cabinet 73.01 

Printing ink, etc.— 

6,161 pounds web press, at 17 cents 1,047.37 

5,000 pounds web press, at 9 cents 450.00 

500 pounds web press, at 22 cents 1 10. 00 

8,953 pounds book, at 15 cents 1, 342. 95 

1 ,085 pounds book, at 17| cents 191 . 23 

1,017 pounds book, at 12 cents 122.04 

40 pounds book, at $1.50 60.00 

1 ,000 poimds cut, at $1 1 , 000. 00 

3,000 pounds cut, at 24 cents 720. 00 

500 pounds cut, at 30 cents 150. 00 

1 ,912 pounds job, at 66 cents 1 , 242. 80 

1 ,000 pounds job, at 60 cents 600. 00 

105 pounds job, at $1.50 li>7. .00 

60 pounds job, at $1 00. OU 



$9,494.41 



129,076.62 



BEPOBT OP THE PUBLIC PRINTEE. 11 

Printing machinery, tools, implements, and material— Continued. 
Printing ink, etc. — Continued. 

25 pounds job, at $2 $50. 00 

45 pounds Job, at 90 cents 40. 60 

90 pounds job, at 39 cents 35. 10 

52J pounds job, at 50 cents 26.25 

12 pounds job, at 11.55 18.60 

20 pounds job, at 75 cents 15.00 

6,308 pounds rotary black, at 15 cents 946.20 

1 , 125 pounds flat bed, at 40 cents 450. 00 

1.031 pounds flat bed, at 25 cents 257. 75 

600 pounds flat bed, at 27 cents 135. 00 

600 pounds label red, at 29 cents '. 174. 00 

20 pounds label red, at 30 cents 6. 00 

100 pounds snuff brown, at II 100. 00 

25 pounds label blue, at 70 cents 17. 50 

250 pounds bronze blue, at 39 cents 97. 50 

100 pounds bronze blue, at 67 cents 67-00 

20 pounds bronze blue at 90 cents 18. 00 

1,176 pounds ultramarine blue, at 14 cents 164. 64 

35 pounds ultramarine blue, at II 35. 00 

20 pounds ultramarine blue, at 70 cents 14. 00 

10 pounds ultramarine blue, at 11.25 12. 50 

28 pounds magnesia, at 30 cents 8. 40 

3 pounds violet, at 12.25 6. 7o 

300 gallons embossing varnish, at 11.40 420. 00 

150 gallons embossing varnish, at 11.35 202. 50 

50 pounds reducing varnish, at 13 cents 6. 50 

2 gallons leveling, at 13.50 7. 00 

Miscellaneous 10. 73 



Gasoline — 

11,090 gallons, at 12i cents 1, 386. 27 

1,930 gallons, at 10 cents 193. 00 

Roller composition — 

5,030 pounds, at 14i cents , 729. 35 

759 pounds, at 18 cents •. 136. 62 

302 pounds, at 15 cents 45. 30 

386 i)ounds, at UJ cents 44. 39 

282 pounds, at ISJ cents 43. 71 ^ 

224 pounds, at 17i cents 39. 20 

163 pounds, at 16 cents 26. 08 

Tarcolin— 

1,610 gallons, at 26J cents 426. 64 

102i gallons, at 27 cents 27. 68 

Quoins and keys — 

300 dozen, at 11.35 405. 00 

250 dozen, at 11.78 445. 00 

8,000 assorted, at 47.6 cents per hundred 38. 08 

17 dozen keys, at 13.60 61. 20 

Twine — 

2,504 pounds jute, at 5.8 cents 145. 23 

12,695 pounds jute, at 8 cents 1,015. 60 

7,418 pounds wrapping, at lOJ cents 778. 90 

Glycerin— 

2,136 pounds, at lOJ cents 224.29 

1,121 pounds, at lOi^g cents 117. 00 

1,112 pounds, at lU cents 120. 77 

1,100 pounds, at llj cents 126. 50 

1,118 pounds, at ll/g cents 127.87 

100 pounds, at 12 cents 12. 00 

1,102 pounds, at 12J cents 135. 00 

1,110 pounds, at 13 cents 144. 30 



110,596.31 



1,579.27 



1,064.65 



454.32 



949.28 



1,939.73 



1,013.73 



12 REPORT OP THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 

Printing m'jchinery. tools, implements^ and material— Continued. 
Manila paper for tympan sheets— 

9, 730 pounds, at 5.3 cents 1515. C8 

2, 214 pounds, at .5J cents 121. 77 

1, 020 pounds, at of cents 68. 65 



Fixtures for book sewing machine 1,131.89 

Fixtures for cutting machine 1, 109. 31 

Fixtures for stitching machine 769. 75 

Fixtures for paging machine 406. 50 

Fixtures for mortising machine 130. 00 

Fixtures for case-making machine 1 19. 65 

Fixtures for gathering machine 1 19. 05 

Fixtures for folding machine 73. 30 

Fixtures for backing machine 31. 50 

Fixtures for s kiving machine 18. 26 

Miscellaneous 59. 83 

Cotton— 

37,074i yards, at 8.65 cents 3,206.03 

27.968 yard.s. at 4.2 cents 1 . 174. f>6 

5,712} yards, at 20 cents 1 . 142. 55 

10,305} yards, at 7.9 cents 814. 15 

1 ,996 yards, at 15.9 cents 317. 36 

1,397 yards, at 22.2 cents 310. 13 

1,017 yards, at 24.9 cents 253.23 

1 ,646 yards, at 12.5 cent s 205. 75 

995 yards, at 17.1 cents 170.15 

1.046i yards, at 11 Ocents 124.53 

Turkey niorooco— 

2 dozen. o.l Pu.r/) 135. 00 

1 dozen, at P>.i 65. 00 

42 dozen, at «.is 1, 596. 00 

;« doz.-n. ut $.30 .yi 1,204. £0 

.30 dozen . at |.3». 1 , 080. 00 

2-2 Ci dozen u t 133 731 . 50 



I60&10 



Knives— 

8 dozen fold 45. 50 

1 dozen ink, No. 405 13. 84 

33 dozen shoe. No. 3 23. 76 

2 dozen wax shaving 18. 00 

4 dozen lance- point 4. 96 

1 dozen Star '. 5. 00 

Miscellaneous 4. 90 

115.96 

2,550 sheets press board 99. 30 

1,000 6-point dashes 102. 90 

503 feet cherry blocking board 47. 78 

16 automatic numljering machines 69. 86 

Insect powder 30. 20 

Pads for automatic pointing 27. 00 

18 dozen gauge pins, at SI .15 20. 70 

3 rubber dams, a 1 13.50 la 60 

4 gasoline blow torches • 9. 92 

Miscellaneous 46. 29 

Bindery machinerj', tools, and material: 

6 Martini lK)ok .sewing machines 9, 600. 00 

4 National book sewing machines 4, 800. 00 

1 gathering machine *. 4, 600. 00 

2 plate curving machines 1, 250. 00 

1 beveling machine 825.00 

1 punching machine 550. 00 

2 tiering machines 362. 60 

10 bookbinders' rolls 30. 00 

17 ruling-machine cloths 29. 75 

3 rawhide gears 18. 75 

12 knives for revising machine ^ 12. 00 

2 knives for Fortuna machine 8.00 



22,086.10 



3,WiC».04 



7.710.44 



REPORT OF THE PUBUC PRINTER. 13 

Bindery machinery, tools, and material— Continued. 
Turkey morocco — Continued. 

^ dozen, at 129.50 159.00 

3 dozen, at $25 75.00 

12013 dozen, at 121 2,537.50 

161 S dozen , at 117 286. 16 

239/, dozen, at 112.35 , 2.957.85 

222ft dozen, at 111.50 2,561.63 



Goatskins — 

573ft dozen, at 114 8,034.49 

127ft dozen, at 114.68 1,868.02 

Law sheep— 

485i dozen, at $8.45 4,101.11 

3,000J dozen, at $8.20 24,604.10 

800 dozen, at $7.40 5, 920. 00 

Calf- 

15J dozen, at $24.50 379. 75 

2J dozen, at $22 \ 47. 67 

Title leather— 

30 dozen, at $6 180. 00 

30ft dozen, at $7.75 235.73 

28ft dozen, at $7.14 202. 89 

41i dozen, at $8 332. 00 

20J dozen, at $8.50 174. 25 

J dozen, at $9.50 4. 75 

J dozen, at $10 o. 00 

Roans— 

49J dozen, at $2 99. 00 

72 dozen, at $9 G48. 00 

Fleshers— 

200i dozen, at $8 1 . G04. 00 

200J dozen, at $6 1, 203. 00 

lOOJ dozen, at $W5 477. 38 

Skivers— 

100 dozen, at $6 GOO. 00 

50 dozen, at $6.14 307. 00 

30i dozen, at $6.75 205. 88 

lOli dozen, at $8.50 862. 75 

20i dozen, at $10.50 215. 25 

1 dozen, at $9 .* 9. 00 

Cowhide buflBng- 

4,2531 feet, at 7.4 cents 314. 74 

13,773i feet, at 8.5 cents 1 , 170. 73 

5,299i feet, at 8.8 cents 466. 34 

. 128 feet, at 9.3 cents 11. 91 

15,723i feet, at 9.5 cents 1, 493. 71 

5,026i feet, at 10 cents 502. 63 

Imitation russia leather — 

58,1131 feet, at 15 cents 8, 717. 08 

34,641 feet, at 15.9 cents 5, 507. 91 

14,689i foet, at 14.4 cents '. 2, 115. 25 

4,166i feet, at 17 cents 708. 31 

35,032} feet, at 16.7 ^ents 5, 850. 47 

l,033i feet, at 16 cents 105. 40 

6,043 feet, at 17.9 cents 902. 09 

42,299i feet, at 13.3 cents T). 025. 82 

Book cloth— 

1,14938 pieces,at $4.50 " 5,17.3.11 

350 pieces, at $4.75 1, 062. 50 

4QU pieces,at $4.90 244.74 

1.69231 pieces, at $5.75 • 9. 158. 84 

1,197 pieces, at $6 7, 182. 00 



$13,289.14 



9.902.51 



34,626.21 



427.42 



1,134.62 



747.00 



3,284.38 



2, 199. 88 



3,960.06 



29,592.93 



14 REPORT OP THE PUBUC PRINTER. 

Bindery machinery, tools, and material— Continued. 
Book cloth— Continued. 

677^, pieces.at $7 $4,740.11 

826§8 pieces,at 17.25 5,085.06 

39938 pieces.at 17.60 2,998.02 

799iS pieces.at 17.75 6,195.60 

149g| pieces.at $8 1,199.37 

100 pieces, at $8.45 845.00 

60 pieces, at $9.25 : 462.50 

lOOa^Ji pieces.at $9.50 952.25 

15 yards, at 15 cents 2. 25 

Buckram— 

1,980 yards, at 20 cents 396.00 

900 yards, at 16 cents 144.00 

Gold leaf- 

600 packs, at $6.25 3,125.00 

1,800 packs, at $7.04 12,672.00 

160 packs, at $6.30 945.00 

60 packs, at $7.08 364.00 

192rolls, at 61.6 cents 118.26 

96 rolls, at 80.5 cents 77.28 

60 rolls, at 95.2 cents 57. 12 

Aluminum leaf— 

252 packs, at $1.09 274.68 

183 packs, at $1.10 201.30 

300 packs, at 80 cents 240. 00 

Leather.cloth— 

8,81 yards, at 30 cents 2, 644. 79 

1,312A yards, at 49. 6 cents 649. 69 

1,019 yards, at 35 cents 356. 65 

Headbands, cotton— 

97 pieces, at 18 cents 17. 46 

313 pieces, at 21 cents 65. 73 

433 pieces, at 23 cents 99. 59 

145 pieces, at 24 cents 34. 80 

Headbands, silk— 

216 pieces, at 26 cents 56. 16 

144 pieces, at 28 cents 40. 32 

72 pieces, at 29 cents 20. 88 

217 pieces, at 32 cents 69. 44 . 

72 pieces, at 35 cents 25. 20 

Binder's boards, etc.— 

600,750 pounds, at 1.8 cents 10, 813. 50 

1 5.400 pound? . a t 1 .9 cents 292. 60 

62,047 pounds, at 1.95 cents 1,2C9.92 

32,0.'iO pounds, at 2.1 cents 673. 05 

86,UX) pounds, at 2.3 cents 1,980.30 

324 ,423 pounds, at 3.7 cents 12, 003. 65 

132,100 pounds, at 3.8 cents 5,019.80 

1,3(X) pounds card middles, at 2.7 cents 36.72 

120,000 pounds strawboards, at 1.6 cents 1,920.00 

2,500 pounds trunk boards, at 4.1 cents 102. 50 

3,785 pounds t runk boards, at 5 cents 189. 25 

Felt— 

72 y a rd 8 , a t 2y cen t s 20 . 88 

10 yards, at $7.80 78. 00 

C-iinvfls. etc . for covoring bL'ink books — 

1 ,072 yards, at 10.7 cents 114. 70 

1.8<i4i yards, at 14.4 cents 268.45 

mi yard}*, at l*i.4 cents 109. 39 

r^M^i yards, at 25.2 cents 1,751.33 

(.47 J yards, at 31 .5 cents 204. 04 

J,S3Hf yards duck, at 27.5 cents 505.65 



$46,801.44 



64a 00 



17,348.66 



716.96 



3,651.18 



217.68 



212.00 



34,241.20 



MS. oo 



REPOBT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTEK. 15 

Bindery machinery, tools, and material— Continued. 
Canvas, etc., for covering blank books— Continued. 

S,%45 yards duck, at 60 cents $2, 822. 60 

8,377 yards duck, at 47 cents 3, 937. 19 

2,771 J yards duck, at 26 cents 692. 81 

1,212 yards duck, at 21.4 269.37 

868i yards duck, at 23.5 cents 204. 10 

12 yards duck, at 12.5 cents 15.00 

1,000 yards duck, at 48.5 cents 485.00 

740 yards duck, at 24 cents 177. 60 

367 yards duck, at 28.6 cents 104, 60 

10,054} yards drilling, at 13.9 cents 1,397.61 

19,721i yards drilling, at 13.7 cents 2,701.85 

398 yards drilling, at 14.5oents 57.71 

115,808.90 

Thread and twine— 

396 pounds, at 73 cents 289.08 

1,800 spools, at 11.41 2,538.00 

1,008 pounds, at $1.34 1,350.72 

512 pounds, at $2.36 1,208.32 

600 spools, at $1.46 876. 00 

1,008 pounds, at 87 cents 876. 96 

252 pounds, at $1.15 289.80 

297 pounds, at 71 cents 210. 87 

72 pounds, at $1.369 98.57 

3 pounds, at $1.20 3. 60 

3,816i pounds soft twine, at 31 cents 1,183.11 

768 pounds doft twine, at 28 cents 215.04 

495 pounds soft twine, at 10.5 cents 51. 98 

9,192.06 

Glue— 

38,146 pounds, at 11 cents 4, 196. 06 

5,425 poimds, at 12.5 cents 678. 13 

107 pounds, at 17 cents 18.19 

10 pounds, at 12 cents 1. 20 

5 pounds, at 17.5 cents .88 

4,894.46 

Alcohol— 

144.21 gallons, at $2.54 366. 30 

46.12 gaUons, at $2.47 113.92 

105 gallons, at 70 cents 73. 50 

663.72 

Tablet glue— 

903 pounds, at 11 cents 99. 33 

60 pounds, at 14.7 cents • 7. 35 

106.68 

Gray super- 

34,960 yards, at 2.4 cents 839. 04 

18,760 yards, at 2.45 cents 459. 62 

3,200 yards, at 3.3 cents 105. 60 

1,404.26 

Flour— 

10 barrels, at $4.65 46. 50 

150 barrels, at $3.90 585.00 

631.60 

Map sticks— 

60 pair, at 8 cents 4. 00 

6,000 pair, at 3 cents 150. 00 

154.00 

Marbler's colors, dyes, gums, etc.— 

9i pounds Chinese blue pulp, at 40 cents .'< 8() 

10 pounds blue pulp, at 22 cents 2. 20 

8 pounds ultramarine blue, at 14 cents 1.12 

2 pounds red pulp, at 55 cents 1. 10 

10 pounds rose lake, at 33 cents 3. 30 

227 pounds cochineal lake, at 53 cents 120. 31 

5 pounds asphaltum Egyptian gum, at 20 cents 1. 00 

150 pounds gum tragacanth, at 69 cents 103.50 

150 pounds gum tragacanth, at 47 cents 70.50 

660 pounds gum hog, at 28.5 cents 156. 75 

125 pounds gum arable, at 26 cents 32.50 



16 BEPOBT OF THE PUBLIC PBINTEB. 

Bindery machinery, tools, and loaterial— <3ontinued. 
Marbler's colors, dyes, gums, etc.— Continued. 

50 pounds egg albumen, at 70 cents $35. 00 

402 pounds egg albumen, at 75 cents 301.50 

566 pounds dextrine. 6.4 cents 36. 23 

6 pounds ruling powder, at 13 18.00 

10 pounds ruling powder, at 12.90 29.00 

91 gallons white wine vinegar, at 10} cents 9.78 

10 pounds eosin, at Sl.lOi 11.95 

10 pounds eosin, at S1.157 11 .57 

100 pounds red lead, at 7 cents 7.00 

101 pounds Ammonia, at 25 cents 25.25 

770 pounds ammonia, at 4.75 cents 36.57 

400 pounds ammonia, at 5.7 cents 22. 80 

200 pounds beeswax, at 40 cents 80.00 

1,211 pounds beeswax, at 33.48 cents 405.44 

825 pounds alum, at 2.1 cents 17.33 

Druggists' sundries • 79. 37 

Parchment substitute— 

210 pieces, at 54 cents 113. 40 

50 pieces, at 72 cents 36. 00 

Tape— 

236,880 yards book-sewing machine, at 69cents 1,634.47 

56,880 yards white, at 6 cents 341. 28 

300 rounds Grimshaw, at 58 cents 174.00 

2 doren rolls, folder, at 115.20 30. 40 

i dozen rolls, folder, at 119.90 9.95 

i dozen rolls, folder, at 113.50 6. 75 

3 dozen rolls, folder 30. 85 

4 yards linen, at 15 cents .60 

144 yards linen, at 2.5 cents 3.60 

Cambric— 

817 yards, at 6.5 cents 53. 11 

l,209i yards, at 4.2 cents 50. 80 

1 ,200 yards, at 3.6 cents 43. 20 



SI, 622. 87 



149.40 



2,231.40 



147.11 



Ouards for patent backs — 

70,000, at 1 cent 700. 00 

10,000, at 0.9 cent 90. 00 

40,000, at 0.8 cent 320.00 

1,110.00 

4,508 pounds bock lining paper, at 6.3 cents 284. 00 

2,600 yards bleached sheeting, at 92.5 cents 231. 25 

3,800 yards crash for toweling, at 13.6 cents 516. 79 

960 pieces bookbinding bands 298. 60 

300 gold rubbers 124.50 

500 beef galls, at 10 cents 50.00 

425,000 eyelets 92. 96 

110} yards silosia, at 8.2 cents 9.08 

15,120 yards alpaca braid, at 2 cents 302.40 

1,440 yards alpaca braid, at 1.2 cents 17. 28 

12 dozen towels 28. 80 

484J yards denim, at 13.5 cents 65. 41 

100 pounds jeweler's cotton, at 21 cents 21.00 

6 reams manifold paper, at 89 54.00 

83 dozen eggs 23.32 

45 pints milk 1.80 

Rubher rolls, etc 62.47 

12 dozen china bowls 10.40 

115 book saws 126. 16 

250 yards ( ant on flannel 28. 75 

Needles 321 . 60 

5 dozen bookbinder's awls, at $3.50 a dozen 17. 50 

2.500 sheets cloth-line<l paper, at 7.5 cents 187.50 

50 yards flannel, .it 60 cents .?0.00 

700 yards Irish linen, at 21.5 cents 171.50 



REPOBT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 17 

Bindery machinery, tools, and material— Continued. ' 

40 yards Japanese silk, at 60 cents 124.00 

3 yards silk moire, at 11.66 4.96 

Miscellaneous binding 92.42 

Miscellaneous: 

Auditing and accounting 45, 150. 00 

Compiling indexes to Congressional Record 9, 708. 00 

Rent of warehouse 4, 999. 92 

Rent of telephones, booths, etc 2, 462. 76 

Advertising proposals for supplies 1, 633. 14 

Traveling expenses of office employees 2, 648. 81 

Express, Irelght , and drayage 283. 87 

Rent of fire-alarm boxes 230. 00 

Books of reference 302. 65 

Adding machines 3, 621. 80 

6,240 street-car tickets 260. 00 

134 yards linoleum, laid. 163.26 

Telegraphing 239. 20 

Subscriptions 66. 87 

Press clippings 220. 89 

Boxes, cases, etc 2, 648.23 

Miscellaneous 45. 00 

Stable, rent, supplies, etc.: 

Rent $2,400.00 

1 horse 300.00 

Forage 3, 347. 25 

Shoeing 1,026.60 

Wagon and carriage repairs 763.01 

Harness 2, 159. 46 

Harness repairs 121. 05 * 

Carriage and wagons 1, 973. 00 

Storm covers, blankets, etc 360. 58 

Miscellaneous 118. 32 

12,577.27 

Stationery: 

Typewriters 3, 118. 00 

Ribbons (various kinds) 89. 19 

Repairs 355. 56 

Rubber bands 638. 73 

Pencils 566. 28 

Pens 744. 81 

Rubber stamps, etc 288. 07 

Writing ink 428. 74 

Paper clips 33. 76 

Rubber erasers 120. 01 

Repairs to time stamps 86. 02 

Pins 41. 96 

Tracing linen ^ 81. 89 

Liquid glue 101. 41 

Paper fasteners 8. 65 

Pencil-pointer fixtures 20. 51 

Wastebaskets 34. 99 

Inkstands 20. 97 

Bone folders 23. 20 

Carbon paper 423. 62 

Penholders 35. 94 

Rulers 24. 41 

Blotters 15. 11 

Letter paper 67. 08 

Postage 31. 67 

Registers and fixtures 166. 92 

Sponge cups and sponges 17. 20 

Stapling machines and fixtures 7. 55 

Label holders 32. 42 

Miscellaneous 100. 00 

1 punching machine 7. 50 

7,732.17 



18 BEPOBT OF THE PUBLIC PBINTEB. 

Supplies for Congress and Departments: 

Loose-leaf binders, etc $21, 534. 1 1 

Envelopes 12,125.05 

93,630 manifold books 15,987.84 

Indexes and index sheets 1, 813. 93 

Shipping tags and strings 465. 96 

Gumming baggage labels 294. 97 

5.500 cloth-Uned jackets 165.00 

2,000 seals for United States Court of Claims 12.00 

$52,398.86 

Total gross 703,899.02 

If iflcdlaneous cash discount ' 1, 584. 05 

Total net 702,314.97 

Grand total 4,622,095.28 

No. 8. — Statement showing the disbursements on account of paper for the public printing 

and binding for the fiscal year ended June SO, 1907. 

Machine-finish printing paper: 

14,176 reams, 24 by 38 Inches, 48-pound, at $1.536 $21, 774. 33 

502 reams, 24 by 38 inches, 48-pound, at $1.776 891.65 

1,915,646 pounds, 24 by 38 inches, 48-poimd, at 3 cents 57, 469. 38 

2,427,621 pounds, 24 by 38 inches, 48-poimd, at 3.1 cents 75,256.25 

3,000 reams, 38 by 48 inches, 96-pound, at $2.88 8, 640. 00 

3,671./rt reams, 38 by 48 inches, 96-pound, at $2.976 10. 925. SO 

146,465 pounds, 38 by 48 inches, 96-pound, at 3.1 cents 4, 540. 42 

687,004 pounds, 24 by 3^ inches, 48-pound, at 3.55 cents 24,388.64 

13,836 pounds, 24 by 38 inches, 48-pound, at 3.2 cents 443. 39 

366,468 pounds, 24 l)y 19 inches, 24-pound, at 3.1 cents 11,360.51 

51,288 pounds, 24 by 19 inches, 24-poimd, at 3.85 c«nts •. . . . 1,974.50 

63,577 pounds, 24 by 9J inches, 12-pound, at 3.1 cents 1,970.89 

486AJI n-ams, 24 by 38 inches, 321-pound, at $1.3376 650.74 

523ijl P'ams, 32i by 44i inches, 100-pound, at $3.55 1,859. 14 

98iJ; reams, 30§ by 41 inches, 120-pound, at $3.96 390.06 

157^;.; n-ams, 30i by 41 inches, 120-poimd, at $7.80 1,228.50 

Sized and supercaiendered printing paper: 

4,204.;;;;, reams, 24 l)y 32 inches, 45-pound, at $1.485 6,243.21 

43,035iVrt pounds, 24 by 32 inches, 45-pound, at 3.3 cents 1,439.97 

86,0S9,> pounds, 32 by 48 inches, 90-pound, at 3.3 cents 2,840.94 

2,*J02i» reams. 24 by 38 inches, 70-pound, at $2.24 5,830.06 

37,687i pounds. 24 by 38 inches, 70-pound, at 3.8 cents 1, 432. 12 

l,224i5 rL'ams, 38 by 48 inches, 140-pound, at $4.48 5, 486.88 

7,809 ,Yrt rt-ams, lis by 48 inches, 120-pound, at $3.96 30, 926. 12 

544,894 pounds, 38 by 48 inches, 120-pound, at 3.3<«nt8 17,981.50 

172,749^;; pounds, 38 by 4N inches, 140-pound, at 3.2 cents 5,527.90 

59,860 pounds, 32 l)y 48 inches, 120-pound, at 3.8 cents 2,274.68 

44,2724 pounds, 24J by 31i inches, 42-pound, at 3.3 cents 1,461.00 

42,291 pounds, 22| by 3U inches, 42-pound, at 3.9 cents 1,649.35 

2,027^,1.: R'ams, 22J by 31i inches, 42-pound, at $1.38t) 2,809.03 

1,0175'*^ reams, 22} by 3li inches, 40-pound, at $1.32 1,343.03 

6,758ig?. reams, 31i by 45i inches, 80-pound, at $2.64 17,842. 16 

300i.';.') reams, 30 by 45 inches, 80-pound, at $2.64 792.06 

TSSC'^ rnama, 29 by 43 inches, 80-pound, at $2.64 2,073.06 

805i;; reams, 31 by 45J Inches, 80-pound, at $3.12 2,513. 16 

101,363 pounds, 3Ii by 4.">i inches, 80-pound, at 3.3«'nts 3,344.96 

23,974 pounds, 30 by 43 inches, 80-pound, at 3.9 cents 934.90 

149,120 poimds, 31i by ir>i inches, 80-pound, at 3.9 cents 5,815.68 

311ii» D'ams, 31i by 45J inches, 100-pound, at $3.30 1,028.46 

Antique laid iiiachinc-flnished printing paper: 

113 reams, 2,') i)y 38 inches, 70-pound, at $2.31 261.03 

100 reams, 25 by 38 inch<>s, 70-pound, at $2.59 250.00 

Antique laid d«.>ckle-cdge machine-finish printing paper: 

2313"., reams, 20i by 29 inches, 50-pound, at $4.90 1, 133.86 



REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRI>:TER. 19 

Antique wove deckle-edge machine-flnish printing pai)er: 

1,000 reams, 29 by 40 inches, 60-pound, at $4.50 $4,^00.00 

207J reams, 22i by 35 inches, 50-pound, at $5.50 1, 141.26 

Antique wove machine-finish printing pax)er: 

28 reams, 22J by 35 inches, 60-pound, at $1.65 46. 20 

White double cap: 

ZJOfflia reams, 17 by 28 inches, 32-pound, at $1.60 4,056.44 

6,812 pounds, 17 by 28 inches, 32-pound, at 5 cents 340. 60 

29,448 ft pounds, 17 by 28 inches, 32-pound, at 6 cents 1,766.92 

2,305J8 reams, 17 by 38 inches, 36-pound, at $1.80 4, 160. 44 

43,459iV5 pounds, 17 by 28 inches, 36-pound, at 6 cents 2, 172. 97 

96 reams, 17 by 28 inches, 40-pound, at $2 192. 00 

437 pounds, 21 by 32 inches, 40-pound, at 5 cents 21.86 

Colored double cap: 

l,170iiS reams, 17 by 28 inches, 32-pound, at $2.176 2,546. 86 

3,2455*5^ reams, 17 by 28 inches, 32-pound, at $2.112 6,863. 80 

T%m% reams, 17 by 28 inches, 22-poimd, at $1.452 1, 138.87 

215^8 reams, 17 by 28 inches, 22-pound, at $1.496 322.84 

40,542§g8 reams, 17 by 28 inches, 22-pound, at 6.6 cents 2,675.81* 

' 3,408A«o pounds, 17 by 38 inches, 22-pound, at 6.8cent« 231.77 

White demy: 

2,039ii? reams, 16 by 21 inchesr 20-pound, at $1 2,039. 90 

1,148288 reams, 16 by 21 inches, 25-pound, at $1.25 1,436.66 

46,609ft pounds, 16 by 21 inches, 25-pound, at 5 cents 2, 330. 60 

White double demy: 

672 pounds, 21 by 32 inches, 25-pound, at 5 cents 33. 60 

l,776^gJi reams, 21 by 32 inches, 34-pound, at $1.70 3.019. 95 

34,054 pounds, 21 by 32 inches, 34-pound, at 6 cents 2, 043. 24 

29,399.54 pounds, 21 by 32 inches, 34-pound, at 6 cents 1, 469. 97 

2,100ii reams, 21 by 32 inches, 40-pound, at $2 4, 201. 10 

75,730 pouAds, 21 by 32 inches, 40-pound, at 5 cents 3, 786. 60 

78,827 pounds, 21 by 32 inches, 40-pound, at 6 cents 4, 729. 62 

4,846ft pounds, 21 by 32 inches, 48-pound,. at 6 cents 290.72 

2,668Jig8 reams, 21 by 32 inches, 50-pound, at $2.50 6, 670. 75 

17,847 pounds, 21 by 32 inches, 60-pound, at 5 cents 892. 35 

Colored double demy: 

72,700 pounds, 21 by 32 inches, 50-pound, at 6.6 cents 4, 798. 20 

ll^^xi reams, 21 by 32 inches, 50-pound, at $3.30 2, 369. 91 

1,731 pounds, 21 by 32 inches, 75-pound, at 6.6 cents 114. 25 

White folio: 

114 reams, 47 by 22 inches, 23-pound, at $1.15 131. 10 

White folio post: 

136Jg reams, 17 by 22 inches, 16-pound, at 80 cents 109. 40 

White double folio post: 

8,921 pounds, 22 by 34 inches, 40-pound, at 5 cents 446. 06 

7e9iJj reams, 23 by 34 inches, 40-pound, at $2 1, 539. 40 

Blue double folio post: 

207188 reams, 22 by 34 inches, 4(>-pound, at $2.64 547. 43 

86 reams, 32 by 34 inches, 55-pound, at $3.63 312. 18 

White medium: 

19,987ft pounds, 18 by 23 inches, 26-pound, at 5 cents 999. 36 

White royal: 

l»063pi reams, 19 by 24 Inches, 16-pound, at 80 cents 850. 77 

736ig reams, 19 by 24 inches, 28-pound, at $1.40 1, 031. 31 

Blue royal: 

lOn^U reams, 19 by 24 inches, 14-pound, at 92.4 cents 99. 09 

2,879ft pounds, 19 by 24 inches, 14-pound, at 6.6 cents 190.07 

White supcrroyal : 

143ig reams, 20 by 28 inches, 35-pound, at $1.75 251. 39 

1,985 pounds, 20 by 28 inches, 36-pound, at 5 cents 99. 25 

17,311/ift pounds, 20 by 28 inches, 56-pound, at 5 cents 865. 59 

White writing: 

783ft reams, 28 by 34 inches, 64-pound, at $3.84 3, 007. 68 

490ft reams, 26 by 32 inches, 46-pound, at $2.76 1, 352. 68 

11,495 pounds, 28 by 34 inches, 64-pound, at 6 cents 689. 70 

345218 reams, 24 by 38 inches, 32-pound, at $1.60 553. 10 

462^ reams, 26 by 32 Inches, 46-pound, at $2.30 1,039, &A. 



20 BEPOBT OF THE PUBLIC PBINTEB. 

White writing— Continued. 

2,099/0 reams, 23 by 36 Inches, 52-pouiid, at 12.60 $5,457.94 

1»641 /(^ reams, 24 by 38 Inches, 56-potmd, at $2.80 4, 595. 32 

l,045i}8J reams, 28 by 34 inches, 64-pound, at $3.20 3,345.97 

l,376/o reams, 28 by 34 inches, 72-pound, at $3.60 4, 955. 04 

22,719 pounds, 28 by 34 inches, 64-pound, at 5 cents 1, 135. 96 

11,198 pounds, 27 by 28 Inches, 60-pound, at 5 cents 559. 90 

5,972 poimds, 20 by 28 inches, 56-pound, at 5 cents 296.60 

1,578ft pounds, 23 by 36 inches, 52-pound, at 5 cents 78. 91 

Colored writing: 

844jgg reams, 19 by 24 inches, 14-pound, at 95.2 cents 805. 94 

Golden envelope paper: 

95 reams, 19 by 24 inches, 28-pouiid, at $2.80 . 266. 00 

Writing paper in rolls (machine-dried, supercalendered) : 

36,323 pounds, 17 by 28 inches, 36-pound, at 4.3 cents 1, 561. 89 

25,063 pounds, 21 by 32 inches, 50-pound, at 4.3 cents 1,077.71 

Cover paper: 

2,081|i}} reams, 20 by 25 inches, 50-pound, at $1.90 3,955. 18 

l,201gg8 reams, 20 by 25 inches, 50-pound, at $2.35 2,823.85 

47iS reams, 22i by 32 Inches, 7a-pound, at $2.66 127. 01 " 

13,408 pounds, 33 by 46 inches, 148-pound, at 3.8 cents 509. 50 

Map pai>er: 

37, 1 44 pounds, at 12 cents 4, 457. 28 

Superfine double-coated book paper: 

3,649.1J{ reams, 24 by 38 inches, 100-pound, at $5.10 18, 613.98 

398,-0 reams, 38 by 50 inches, 200-pound, at $10.20 4,060. 62 

27,630 pounds, 38 by 50 inches, 200-pound, at 5.1 cents 1, 409. 13 

16,785i«o pounds, 24 by 32 inches, 84-pound, at 5.1 cents 856. 07 

Manila paper: 

2,220i3 reams, 20i by 32 Inches, 30-pound, at 75 cents 1,665. 56 

1,082^0 reams, 20J by 32 inches, 30-pound, at 97.5 cents 1,055.44 

1 miin reams, 25 by 38 inches, 56-pound, at $1.40 1, 515. 36 

.950 reams, 25 by 38 Inches, 56-pound, at $1.82 1,729.00 

33,057 pounds, 24 by 38 inches, 50-pound, at 2.5 cents 826.42 

33,370 pounds, 20f by 32 inches, 30-pound, at 2.5 cents 834. 25 

73,762 pounds, 20} t.y 32 inches, 30-pound, at 3.25 cents 2,397. 27 

26,144.pounds, 20i by 32 inches, 30-pound, at 3.25 cents 849. 68 

53.476 pounds, 25 by 38 inches, 56-pound, at 3.25 cents 1, 737. 96 

Rope manila paper: 

150j«rt reams, 38 by 38 inches, 140-pound, at $6.44 967. 29 

100 reams, 38 by 38 Inches, 140-pound, at $7.70 770. 00 

29.599 pounds, 27 by 38 Inches, 70-pound, at 4.6 cents 1,361.56 

17,311,?rt pounds, 30 by 46 inches, 84-pound, at 4.6 cents 796.31 

12,802,^0 pounds, 24 by 38 inches, a'i-pound. at 5.5 cents 704. 12 

6,871 pounds, 24 J»y 37 inches, 70-pound, at 5.5 cents 377.91 

407 ^»;;, reams, 24 by 36 Inches. 50-pound, at $2.30 936. 24 

106 reams. 24 by 36 inches, 50-pound, at $2.75 291. 60 

104 reams. 24 by 38 inches, 63-pound, at $2.898 301. 39 

113 reams, 24 by 38 inches, 70-pound, at $3.22 363. 86 

106 reams, 27 by 38 inches. 70-pound, at $3.85 408. 10 

XOm reams. 30 by 46 inche.-*, 84-pound, at $3.864 393. 64 

4335"o reams, 27 by 38 inches, 100-pound, at $4.60 1,993. 64 

58iS reams, .33 by 33 Inches. 100-pound, at $4.60 271. 1/ 

100 reams, 30 by 46 Inches. 84-pound, at $4.62 402. 00 

252*:, reams, 40 by 42 inches. 115-pound, at $5.29 1.34. 63 

llli reams, 33 by .33 inches, lOO-pound, at $5.50 613. 25 

202 reams, 27 by 38 Inches, ino-pound, at $5.50 1, 111. 00 

100 reams. 40 by 42 inches. 115-poimd. at $6.325 632. 50 

Bleache<i manila paper: 

32.710 pounds, 24 by 38 inches, H.'i-pound. at 3.9 cents 1,275. 68 

14.195,",, pounds, 24 by .38 Inches. 145-pound, at 4.5 cents 638. 82 

Bond paper: 

32fi.6W poimds, at 10.6 cents 34,629. 35 

ia3.S25 poimds, at 11.3 cents 11,732. 23 

3.24() poimds, at ll.S cents .382. 32 

Artificial parchment: 

3.927 pounds, 16 by 21 inches, 40-pound, at 13. Scents 541.92 



REPOKT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 21 

Parchment deed: 

5,145 pounds, at 13.8 cents $710. 01 

High-finish onionskin: 

31 reams, 19 by 24 inches, 0-pound, at 12.70 83.70 

Plated buUet patch: 

112 reams, 16 by 21 inches, 7-pound, at $2.45 274. 40 

Heavy raUroad board: 

7,864 pounds, 22 by 28 inches, 280-pound, at 3.9 cents 306. 70 

White china board : 

17,575 pounds, 22 by 28 inches, 210-pound, at 3.9 cents C85. 43 

Colored cardboard: 

11,873 pounds, 22 by 28 inches, 210-pound, at 3.9 cents 463. 05 

Manila cardboard: 

3,235 pounds, 17 by 28 inches, 182-pound, at 2.8 cents 90. 58 

5,201 pounds, 22i by 28i inches, 245-pound, at 2.8 cents '*^ 145. 63 

6,443 pounds, 21 by 32 inches, 256-pound, at 2.8 cents 152. 40 

Bristol board: 

494,641 pounds, 20i by 31 inches, 130-pound, at 5.2 cents 25, 721. 33 

135,465 pounds, 20} by 31i inches, 130-pound, at 5.2 cents 7,044. 18 

100,297 pounds, 21 by 31 inches, 130-pound, at 5.2 cents 5, 215. 44 

32,297 pounds, 21i by 30 inches, 130-pound, at 5.2 cents ^ 1, 079. 45 

White bristol board : 

12,456 pounds, 22i by 28J inches, 120-pound, at 5.8 cents 722. 45 

129,500 pounds, 22i by 28i inches, 140-pound, at 5.8 cents 7, 511. 00 

27,783 pounds, 22i by 28* inches, 140-pound, at 6.2 cents 1, 722. 55 

Colored bristol board: 

85,670 pounds, 20} by 31 inches, 130-pound, at 3.75 cents 3, 212. 62 

Manila bristol board: 

51,774 pounds, 21} by 31i inches, 85-pound, at 2.3 cents 1, 190. 80 

Double-mill bristol board: 

29U8 reams, 22J by 28i inches, 175-pound, at $24.15 720. 39 

3,500 pounds, 22J by 28 inches, 175-pound, at 13.8 cents 483. 00 

700 pounds, 22i by 28i inches, 175-pound, at 13.8 cents 96. 60 

5,636 pounds, 22i by 22i inches. 190 pound, at 13.8 cents 777. 77 

First-class ledger, double cap: 

1.336ij Ji reams, 17 by 28 inches, 38-pound, at $6.08 8, 126. 24 

3955V0 reams, 17 by 28 inches, 42-pound, at $6.72 2, 655. 31 

175gVB reams, 17 by 28 inches, 4»-pound, at $7.68 1,344.69 

1,704 pounds, 17 by 28 inches, 38-pound, at 16 cents 272. 64 

2,873,»o\, pounds, 17 by 28 inches, 42-pound, at 16 cents 450. 83 

First- class ledger, demy: 

72SiU reams, 16 by 21 inches, 24-pound, at $3.84 2, 797. 88 

922,Y« reams, 16 by 21 inches, 29-pound, at $4.64 4, 278. 45 

4,798 pounds, 16 by 21 inches. 24 pound, at 16 cents 767.68 

7,931x8^ pounds, 16 by 21 inches. 29-pound, at 16 cents 1,268 .97 

First-class ledger, double demy: 

785^g3i reams, 21 by 32 inches, 48- pound, at $7.68 6,034.23 

870BVn reams, 21 by 32 inches, 58 pound, at $0.28 8,074.91 

200 reams, 21 by 32 inches. 58-pound, at $9.80 1.972.00 

47B'y\, reams. 21 by 32 inches, 90- pound, at $11.70 551 . 12 

381g Jg reams. 21 by 32 inches, 75 pound, at $12 4, 581 . 09 

l"nVo reams, 21 by X2 inches. 90- pound, at $14.40 247. 19 

38gi8 reams. 21 by 32 inches. 130-pound, at $18.20 703.22 

lUl reams. 21 by 32 inches, 130 pound, at $20.80 32. 36 

478 pounds, 21 by 32 inches, 48 pound, at 16 cents 76. 48 

24.245iy*„ pounds. 21 by 32 inches. 58-pound, at 16 cents 3,879.27 

1,811 pounds, 21 by 32 inches. 130 pound, at 16 cents 289.76 

First class ledger, medium: 

25l!^„ reams. 18 by 23 inches. 3a pound, at $4.80... 1,206.G6 

439i5S reams, 18 by 23 inches, 38-pound, at $6.08 2,670.66 

9.105i?,o pounds. 18 by 23 inches. 38 pound, at 16 cents 1.456.81 

First class ledger, double medium: 

^Ot'U^ reams, 23 by 36 inches, CO pound, at $9.60 1,982.46 

125yg reams, 23 by 36 inches, 7r)- pound, at $12.16 1.525.71 

19,616^Vo pounds, 23 by 3(5 inche.s. 7<>- pound, at 16 cents 3, 138. CO 



22 REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 

First-class lodger, royal: 

IS9U% reams, 19 by 24 inches, as-pound, at $5.60 $1,061.11 

260Uo reams, 19 by 24 inches, 46-pound, at $7.36 1,917.07 

9,160,Vfl pounds, 19 by 24 inches, 46-pound, at 16 cents 1,466.66 

557iVo pounds, 19 by 24 inches. 35-pound, at 16cent8 89.25 

First-class ledger, double royal: 

102|;» ream.s, 24by 38 inches. 100-pound, at $16.90 1,739.85 

First-class ledger, superroyal: 

805 reams, 20 by '28 inches, 57- pound, at $9.633 7.754.56 

First class ledger, special: 

105ii reams. 18i by 3^ inches. 48- pound, at $7.92 837. 14 

lOO^X? reams. 14 ]>y 35 inches. 50-pound, at $8 806.27 

*/. HU reams, 20^ by 24} inches, 70-pound, at $11.55 806.19 

70^„ reams, 24 by :« inches. 75-pound, at $12.375 868.11 

Tl^n reams, 21 by 32i inches. 110-pound, at $18.15 1,292.29 

87U*A reams, 21 by 32J inches. 132 pound, at $21.78 18,973.06 

7,093,"/, pounds, 20i by 24} inches, 70-pound, at 16 cents 1,135.01 

Second-cla.ss ledger, double cap: 

2,30 reams, 14 by 17 inches. 11^ pound, at $1.14 280.04 

61,677 pounds, 17 by 28 inches. .'i8-pound, at 6 cents 3,700.62 

7,037J pounds, 17 >)y 28 inches.. 38-pound, at 10.6 cents 745.97 

Second class ledger, rlomy: 

4523,': reams, 16 by 21 inch«'s. 24-pound, at $1.44 652.25 

2.'>.041,'n pounds, IH by 21 inches, 29-pound, at 6cent8 1,502.48 

Second class ledger, double demy: 

40.rj60,H, pounds, 21 by :i2 inches. 48-pound, at cents ^ 2, 439.61 

88,894,'^n pounds, 21 by .TJ inches, .58-pound, at 6cents 5,333.67 

Second class ledger, medium: 

39,272,Vo pounds. 18 by 2,3 inches, 38-pound, at 6cent8 2,356..15 

Second class ledger. dou>>le nie<lium: 

71, 7U) pounds, 2.'i by :it> inches, 7r»-pound, at 6 cents 4,302.96 

Second class ledger. surxTroyal 

17,':(Xi,Vrt pounds. 20 by 2K inches, 57-pound, at 6 cents 1,«12. 41 

Second class ledger. sy>eciHl: 

303i,: reams, 2S t)y ,34 inches. 7r»-pound, at $4.56 1,385.78 

6,040 pounds, 17 by 2s inches. ;<8-pound, at 6 cents .^)02.40 

14,985i pounds, 28 by 2if inches, 65-pound, at 6 cents 809. 13 

17,479,Vo pounds, 2s by 34 inches, 76-pound, at 6cents 1,048.77 

15,143,''., pounds, '2K by ,34 imhes, 76- pound, at 10.6 cents ".... I.OOA.IS 

Tissue pafK-r: 

1,^15^;, TX'mws, 21 by :V2 inches. 22- pound, at $1.05 1,958.83 

2.078i^ n»ams. 2.3 by .32 inches. 24-pound, at $1.08 2,245.06 

298 ,Va reams. 20 by ;{(i inches, at $2 606. 40 

54r>Ul n'ams. 18 by SA inches, at $2.25 1,227.64 

Blotting paper: 

20 reams, 19 by 24 inehe>«. lOO-pound, at $4.50 90.00 

10 reams, 19 by 24 inehes. 100 poimd, at $4.70 47.00 

Marble paper: 

29j:?, reams, '22 by > mehev. at $7.25 217. 47 

Comb pajK-r: 

94Kii reams, 20 by Jo in»hes. at $.'j.50 522.06 

40 reams, 19 by 30 inches, at $.'>.75 230.00 

154; IT, n-ams. 22 by 28 inches, at $6. 25 065. 05 

Lining paper: 

5 reams. 22 by 22 inches, at $6.90 34.50 

4}^ reams. 22 by -JS inches, at $6 90 32.43 

Tjrpewriter paper: 

100 reams. 16 by 21 inches, s-pound. at $2.28 * 228.00 

400 reams, 10 by 21 inches, in^-pound, at $2.58 1,032. 00 

120i reams, 16 by 20 inches. 22-pound, at $2.84 342.22 

100 reams. 10 by 20 inehes. 11-pound, at $2.98 296.00 

Letter, note, and quarto-post paper: 

204 reams. 9 by 1 1 inches. 7-pound, at 73 cents 148. 98 

.'i2 n>ams, Lome *.i7.e. nt $1 .2.') 65i 00 

.V) n-ams. Lake\vf>od size at $1..'jO 75.00 

.V»|,.1 reams. e<»nirnenial «'iz«'. at Sl.fiO 81.20 

W!.;:-: reams, 21 by .32;r.»b.-. 4s-pound. at $3.97 393.84 



REPORT OF THE Pl/BUC PRINTER. 23 

Letter, note, and quarto-post paper— Continued. 

25 reams, 22 by 34 inches, 4(>-pound, at $6.79 1169. 75 

2ig reams. 22 by 34 inches, 40-pound, at $6.80 17. 00 

5,433 pounds, 21 by 32 inches, 48»'pound, at 7.5 cents 407. 47 

Paiwr for overlaying: 

107 reams, 17 by 22 Inches. 10-pound, at 60 cents 64. 20 

Parchment: 

4,100 sheets, 15 by 21 inches, at 33 cents 1,353. 06 

Oiwn-market purchases: 

Banker's safety pai)er— 

115 reams, 17 by 28 inches, at $15 819. 38 

High grade linen printing paper - 

100 reams, 24 by 38 inches, 33-pound, at $3.30 330. 00 

Japanese linen paper — 

120 reams, 16 by 21 inches, 20-pound, at $4.20 504.00 

Orange printing paper— 

4^„ reams, 22 by 28 inches, 31-pound, at $1.6275 7. 08 

Antique wove machine-finish deckle-edge printing paper— 

152i reams, 22i by 35 inches, 50-pound, at $5. 50 838. 75 

Blue wove double-cap writing paper— 

13,272 pounds, 17 by 28 inches, 32-pound, at 5.6 cents 743.23 

Half-tone writing paper— 

500 sheets, 8i by 11 inches 1. 50 

729 pounds, 19 by 24 inches, 32-pound, at 12 cents 87. 48 

Machine-dried green laid double demy writing paper— 

10, 680 pounds, 21 by 32 inches, SO-pound, at 5.6 cents 508. 08 

Machine-dried writing paper— 

36,658 pounds, 17 by 28 inches,36-pound at 5 cents 1,832. 90 

31,475 pounds, 17 by 28 inches, 32-pound, at 5 cents 1,573. 75 

24,702 pounds, 21 by 32 inches, 25-pound, at 5 cents 1,236. 10 

34,430 pounds, 21 by 32 inches, 34-pound, at 6 cents 1,721. 60 

39,639 pounds, 21 by 32 inches, 40-pound, at 5 cents 1,981. 96 

51,225 pounds, 21 by 32 inches, 50-pound, at 5 cents. 2,561. 25 

Machine-dried supercalendered writing paper - 

122,102 pounds, 21'by 32 inches, 25-pound, at 5.9 cents 7,204.02 

248,848 pounds, 21 by 32 inches, 25-pound, at 5.7 cents 14, 184. 33 

Bond paper— 

15J reams, 17 by 22 inches, 16-pound, at $2.40 37. 20 

3 reams, 17 by 22 inches, 20-pound, at $4 12. 00 

Glazed bond paper— 

3,900 sheets, 17 by 28 inches 74. 88 

Blank board— 

6,000 sheets, 14 by 28 inches 42. 90 

1,000 sheets, 28 by 40 inches 31. 90 

First-class ledger, double demy, red— 

540 pounds, 21 by 32 inches, 90-pound, at 21 cents 113. 40 

First-class ledger, double medium, yellow wove — 

50 reams, 23 by 36 inches, 60-pound, at $9 460. 00 

German cocoa paper, yellow— 

3^88 reams, 20 by 25 inches, at $8.50 28. 26 

Paraflln paper— 

40 reams, 24 by 38 inches, at $1.25 60. 00 

10 reams, at $1.36 13. 60 

Marble paper— 

]iU reams, 20 by 25 inches, at $8.50 14. 24 

5 reams, 20 by 25 inches, at $5.50 27. 50 

Parchment paper— 

100 sheets, 17 by 22 inches, 16-pound .73 

Pink poster— 

50 reams, 24 by 38 inches, 25-pound, at 93.75 cents 46. 87 

Blue paper, gununed— 

65 sheets ; .65 

Gross amount 805,860.11 

Discount • 980. 90 

Total 804,879.21 



24 BEPOBT OP THE PUBLIC PBINTEB. 

Inventory showing quantity and cost of paper on hand June SO^ 1907. 

6,850 reams 3Jl quires machine-finish printing 121, 190.05 

448,078 pomids machine-finish printing ^ 16, 124.53 

4,254 reams ISj! quires sized and supercalendered printing 23,510.63 

553 reams 10^ quires antique and deckle edge printing 2,835.34 

22,776 reams 12g quires white and colored writing 52, 050.34 

333,022 pounds white writing (rolls) 15, 229.53 

83 reams if quires golden envelope 232. 58 

2,717 reams 7i quires cover •. 5,844.20 

2,475 reams 14 quires map 14, 204.S8 

332 reams 16t quires single and doubled coated book 2,455.44 

• 2,346 reams I7i quires manila 3, 604. 53 

85,510 poimds manila 2, 779.06 

6,873 reams 7i| quires white and colored bond 23,122.58 

442 reams 5ji quires artificial parchment 2,234.48 

18 reams 4 quires parchment deed 113. 48 

25 reams O'i quires bullet patch 53. 17 

52 reams 7i quires onionskin 141.37 

2 reams og quires parulfin 3.22 

191,542 pounds bristol board 7, 182.85 

532,641 sheet s bristol board 6, 508. 28 

55, 848 sheets double-milled and wedding bristol 3, 020. 12 

97,611 sheets white and colored cardboard 1,672.47 

71,183 sheet s manila cardboard 1, 557.04 

2,589 reams 13 quires tissue 3,024.34 

901 reams 7 quires typewriter 2, 560.96 

1,212 reams 5^ quires cap, letter, and note 2,768.86 

7,579 reams first-class ledger paper 58,828.34 

3,107i,* reams second-class ledger paper 14, 174. 11 

li4892*o reams manila paper (rope and bleached) 7, 329.72 

552*(, reams copying paper 114.33 

31^0 reams blotting paper 101 . 50 

257iA reams comb paper 1, 554. 46 

282 J5 reams marble paper • 1 , 477.63 

39^8 reams lithographed lining papers 445. 47 

949 sheets parchment 284.70 

Total 298,333.65 



BEPOBT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 25 

No. 9. — Statement shovoing disbursements on account of lithographing and engraving 

during the fiscal year ended June SO, 1907. 

Lithographing (engraying and printing) : 

1,400 copies of 1 illustration to accompany Senate Doc. No. 483, Ist session o9th Congress S45. 00 

300 copies each of 4 illustrations to accompany Senate Doc. No. 219, 1st session 59th Congress. SCO. 00 
3,000 copies each of 4 illustrations to accompany Senate Doc. No. 219, 1st session 59th Con- 
gress 360. 00 

1,000 copies each of 2 illustrations to accompany Senate Doc. No. 499, 1st session 59th Con- 
gress 127. 40 

1,619 copies of 1 illustration to accompany Senate Doc. No. 16, 1st session 59th Congress 14. 70 

1,619 copies of 1 illustration to accompany Senate Doc. No. 147, 2d session 59th Congress 73. 50 

1,293 copies each of 2 illustrations to accompany Senate Doc. No. 499, 1st session 59th Con- 
gress 453.00 

1,919 copies each of 6 illustrations to accompany Senate Doc. No. 215, 2d session 59th Congress. 116. 62 
1,619 copies each of 8 illustrations to accompany Senate Doc. No. 214, 2d session 59th Congress. 97. 02 
1,670 copies each of 7 illustrations to accompany Senate Doc. No. 401, 2d session 59th Congress. 23. 52 
500 copies each of 11 illustrations to accompany Senate Report No. 166, 1st session 57th Con- 
gress 285. 18 

5,000 copies of 1 illustration to accompany Senate Report No. 2537, 1st session 59th Congress. 34. 30 

100 copies of 1 illustration to accompany Plans of a Sea Level and Lock Canal 36. 00 

200 copies each of 3 illustrations to accompany Special Report, Chagres River flood of 1906.. 14. 70 

2,150 copies of 1 illustration to accompany House Doc. No. 852, 1st session 59th Congress 18. 00 

500 copies each of 14 illustrations to accompany House Doc. No. 263, 1st session 59th Congress. 375. 00 
1,000 copies of 1 illustration to accompany House Doc. No. 326, 1st session 56th Congress, and 

House Doc. No. 235, 2d session 56th Congress 24. 00 

2,150 copies each of 3 illustrations to accompany House Doc. No. 900, 1st session 59th Con- 
gress 108. 00 

2,150 copies of 1 illustration to accompany House Doc. No. 914, Ist session 59th Congress 17. 75 

2,150 copies of 1 illustration to accompany House Doc. No. 916, 1st session 59th Congress 17. 00 

2,150 copies of 1 illustration to accompany House Doc. No. 917, Ist session 59th Congress 22. 00 

1,480 copies of 1 illustration to accompany House Doc. No. 84, Examination and Survey of 

Waterway, Norfolk, Va., to Beaufort Inlet, North Carolina 13. 96 

1,480 copies of 1 illustration to accompany House Doc. No. 83, Survey of Dorchester Bay 

and Neponset River, Massachusetts 17. 64 

1,480 copies each of 3 illustrations to accompany House Doc. No. 82, Survey of Duluth 

Harbor, Minnesota 28. 42 

1,480 copies of 1 illustration to accompany House Doc. No. 265, Survey of Thames River to 

AUyne Point, Connecticut (». 86 

1,480 copies each of 2 illustrations to accompany House Doc. No. 262, Survey of Norwallc 

Harbor, Connecticut 21. 56 

1,480 copies each of 5 illustrations to accompany House Doc. No. 266, Ship Canal connecting 

Great Lakes 41.16 

2,150 copies each of 2 illustrations to accompany House Doc. No. 913, 1st session 59th Con- 
gress ; 780. 00 

1,619 copies of 1 illustration to accompany House Doc. No. 207, 2d session 59th Congress 34. 30 

1,480 copies of 1 illustration to accompany House Doc. No. 214, 2d session 59th Congress 19. 60 

1,480 copies of 1 illustration to accompany House Doc. No. 270, 2d session 59th Congress 23. 52 

1,480 copies each of 3 illustrations to accompany House Doc. No. 271, 2d session 59th Congress. 78. 40 

l,480copies each of 3 illustrations to accompany House Doc. No. 333, 2d session 59th Congress. 29. 40 

1,480 copies of 1 illustration to accompany House Doc. No. 332, 2d session 59th Congress. . . 9. 80 

320copies each of 3 illustrations to accompany House Doc. No. 82, 2d session 59th Congress. . 7. 84 

l,4S0copie8 each of 3 illustrations to accompany House Doc. No. 483, 2d session 59th Congress. 44. 10 

1,480 copies of 1 illustration to accompany House Doc. No. 521, 2d session 59th Congress 9. 80 

1,619 copies each of 2 illustrations to accompany House Doc. No. 513, 2d session 59th Congress. 80.36 

1,480 copies each of 3 illustrations to accompany House Doc. No. 539, 2d session 59th Congress. 88. 20 

1,480 copies of 1 illustration to accompany House Doc. No. 640, 2d session 59th Congress 9. 80 

1,644 copies each of 2 illustrations to accompany House Doc. No. 510, 2d session 59th Con- 
gress 93. 10 

1,480 copies of 1 illustration to accompany House Doc. No. 321, 2d session 59th Congress 19. CO 

1,480 copies of 1 illustration to accompany House Doc. No. 338, 2d session 59th Congress 19. CO 

1,480 copies of 1 illustration to accompany House Doc. No. 336, 2d session 59th Congress 19. 60 

1,480 copies of 1 illustration to accompany House Doc. No. 438, 2d session 59th Congress 14. 70 

1,480 copies of 1 illustration to accompany House Doc. No. 407, 2d session 59th Congress 17. 64 

1,480 copies of 1 illustration to accompany House Doc. No. 442, 2d session 59th Congress 34. 30 

1,480 copies of 1 illustration to accompany House Doc. No. 389, 2d session 59th Congress 34. 30 

1,480 copies of 1 illustration to accompany House Doc. No. 388, 2d session 59th Congress 14. 70 

18937— S. Doc. 5, 60-1 3 



26 REPORT OF THE PUBUC PRINTER. 

No. 9. — Statement showing disbursements on account of lithographing and engraving 

during the fiscal year ended June SO^ 1907 — Continued. 

Lithographing (engraving and printing)— Continued. 

1,480 copies of 1 illustration to accompany House Doe. No. 339, 2d session 50th Congress 121.60 

1,480 copies of 1 illustration to accompany House Doc. No. 337, 2d session 50th Congress 47. 04 

1,480 copies of 1 illustration to accompany House Doc. No. 335, 2d session 50th Congress. .. . 36.28 

1,619 copies of 1 illustration to accompany House Doc. No. 502, 2d session 50th Congress 78. 40 

1,619 copies of 1 illustration to accompany House Doc. No. 406, 2d session 50th Congress 286. 18 

l,619copies each of3 illustrations to accompany House Doc. No. 607, 2d session 50th Congress. 137.20 

1,480 copies of 1 illustration to accompany House Doc. No. 768, 2d session 59th Congress 14.70 

5,000 copies of 1 illustration to accompany House Report No. 4399, 1st session 50th Congress. . 36. 00 

400 copies of 1 illustration to accompany House Report No. 6420, 2d session 59th Congress. . . 6. 80 

500 copies of 1 illustration to accompany Argument on H. R. 22078 10. 00 

100 copies of 1 illustration to accompany Hearings before Committee on Naval Affairs 0. 80 

2,064 copies each of 9 illustrations to accompany Records of Virginia Company of JLondon.. 37L60 
3,241 copies each of 2 illustrations to accompany Memoirs of National Academy of Scienoes, 

Vol. 10, Memoirs 178.00 

7,539 copies each of 7 illustrations to accompany Proceedings on the Unveiling of the Statoe 

of Count De Rochambea u 646. 00 

23,347 copies of 1 illustration to accompany Congressional Directory, 50th Congress, 2d ses- 
sion 137.20 

10,564 copies of 1 illustration to accompany Form No. 2-003, Rules concerning the Registra- 
tion of Trade-Marks 0. 00 

20,000 copies of 750 illustrations to accompany Library Book Plate Prints 6& 00 

6,050 copios of 1 illustration to accompany Message of President concerning Panama Canal.. 603.72 

1,619 copios of 1 illustration to accompany Message of President concerning Panama Canal.. 166.00 

250 copies of 1 illustration to )iccompany Message of President concerning Panama Canal. . . 1&. 10 
1,000 copies of 1 illustration to accompany Special Report of General Oreely at San Francisco, 

cai oaso 

564 copies of 1 illustration to accompany Special Report of General Greely at San Francisco 

Cal. (Relief Operations; 40. 18 

2,564 copies each of 14 illustrations to accompany Reports of Military Attaches with Japanese 

and Russian Armies in Manchuria 1,146.00 

6,564 copies each of 37 illustrations to iiccompany Reports of the Military Attaches with the 

Japanese and Russian A rmios in Manchuria 163. 17 

3,000 copies each of 14 illustrations to accompany Reports of the Military Attach<is with the 

Japanese tind Russian Armies in Manchuria 730.10 

6,564 copios each of 3 illustrations to accompany Reports of the Military Attaches with the 

Japanese and Russian Armies in Manchuria 360. 46 

160 copies of 1 illustration to accompany Doc. No. 284, Office of the Chief of Engineers 16. 67 

300 copies of 1 illustration to accompany Handbook— Gatling Gun, caliber .30, model 1903. . 14.70 
1,664 copios each of 3 illustrations to accompany Philippine insurrection Against the United 

States 370. 00 

1,200 copios each of 2 illustrations to accompany Military Policy of the United States 13.23 

4,843 copies of 1 illustration to accompany Annual Report of the Chief Signal Oflaoer, 1906... 114L0O 
1,735 copios each of 50 illustrations to accompany Annual Report of the Chief Signal Officer, 

1906 666.30 

2,975 copios e^ich of 17 illustrations to accompany Annual Report of the Ordnance Office... 112.70 

1,798 copies each of 42 illustrations to accompany Tests of Iron and Steel 010.28 

50,000 copies of 1 illustration to^accompany Rwruiting Poster No. 40 1,128k 00 

3,219 copios ojich of 2 illust rations to accompany Testimony on the Brownsville Affray 210. 70 

16,500 copios of 1 illustration to accompany Regulations concerning Land Grants and Bonded 

Railroads 704. 78 

600 copios of 1 illustration to accompany Doc. 274, War Department 6.86 

600coj)ios of 1 illustration to accompany .Manual of Subsistence Department, 1902 24.00 

500 copies of 1 illustration to accompany Notes on the Construction of Ordnance, No. 87 10.00 

500 copies each of 2 illustrations to accompany Notes on the Construction of Ordnance, No. 88 . 0.80 

500 copios each of 3 illustrations to accompany Notes on the Constniction of Ordnance, No. 80. 8.83 

500 copies each of 14 illustrations to accompany Form No. 1727, War Department 40L0O 

300 copios oach of 4 illustrations to accompany Form No. 1872, War Department 12.00 

350 copios each of 32 illustnitions to accompany Form No. 1721, War Department 124.00 

1,000 copies each of 25 Illustrations to accompany Form No. 1659, War Department 100.00 

400 copios of 1 illustration to Jiccompany Form No. 1666, War Department 7,00 

600 copies of 1 illustration to accompany Form No. 1770, War Department 8.00 

250 copies each of 3 illustrations to accompany Form No. 1768, War Department 31.00 

400 copies of 1 illustration to accompany Form No. 1965, War Department 6t.80 

500 copies of 1 illustration to accompany Form No. 1794, War Department t.80 



REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 27 

No. 9. — Statement showing disbursements on account of lithographing and engraving 

during the fiscal year ended June SO, 1907 — Continued. 

Lithographing (engraving and printing)— Continued. 

400 copies of 1 illustration to accompany Form No. 1667, War Department 13. fiO 

200 copies of 1 illustration to accompany Form No. 1793, War Department 2. 94 

500 copies each of 25 illustrations to accompany Form No. 1650, War Department 24. 50 

500 copies of 1 illustration to accompany Form No. 450, War Department 6. 71 

460 copies each of 5 illustrations to accompany Form No. 1690, War Department 16. 66 

300 copies each of 5 illustrations to accompany Form No. 1795, War Department 29. 40 

600 copies of 1 illustration to accompany Form No. 1657, War Department 3. 92 

400 copies each of 4 illustrations to accompany Form No. 1880, War Department 7. 84 

1,000 copies each of 25 illustrations to accompany Form No. 1966, War Deparf;ment 73. 50 

600 copies each of 5 illustrations to accompany Form No. 1768, War Department 16. 17 

600 copies each of 2 illustrations to accompany Form No. 452, War Department 93. 10 

400 copies each of 3 illustrations to accompany Form No. 1701, War Department 11. 76 

300 copies each of 2 illustrations to accompany Form No. 1946, War Department 9. 80 

300 copies each of 2 illustrations to accompany Form No. 1668, War Department 9. 80 

500 copies each of 5 Illustrations to accompany Form No. 1669, War Department 28. 66 

991 copies of 1 illustration to accompany Form No. 160, War Department 169. 96 

50,000 copies of 1 Illustration to accompany Form No. 100, War Department (Recruiting 

Poster) 1,173. 56 

350 copies each of 32 illustrations to accompany Form No. 1721, War Department 94. 08 

35 copies each of 2 illustrations to accompany The United States v. The Mountain Copi)er 

Company, No. 359 58. 80 

500 copies of 1 Illustration to accompany Map of San Francisco Showing Location of Public 

Schools 29. 40 

40 reams of Official Seals and i)erforating of same 248. 93 

2,000 copies of 1 illustration to accompany Presidential Confirmation Commission 56. 71 

1,000 copies each of 7 Illustrations to accompany Pamphlet No. 17, Navy Department 96. 00 

500 copies each of 13 illustrations to accompany Pamphlet No. 327, Navy Department 39. 00 

1,000 copies of 1 illustration to accompany Pamphlet No. 22, Navy Department 1. 96 

50copies of 1 illustration to accompany Naval Paper No. 4 24.60 

12,308 copies of 1 Illustration to accompany Naval War Records, Vol. 21 90. 16 

4,405 copies of 1 illustration to accompany Report of the Bureau of Navigation for 1906 34. 30 

500 copies of 1 Illustration to accompany Report of the Bureau of Navigation for 1906 3.92 

Furnishing Designs and Illustrations 226. OO 

1,500 copies each of 2 illustrations to uocompany Specifications for Illuminating Outfits.. 15.6^ 

Furnishing Designs and lllustr.itions 325. OO 

600 copies each of 52 Illustrations to accompany Handbook of Wireless Telegraphy 139.16 

700 copies each of 2 illustrations to accompany The American Ephemeris and Nautical 

Almanac for 1907 14.70 

250 copies each of 3 illustrations to accompany The American Ephemeris and Nautical 

Almanac for 1910 58. 80 

6,000 copies each of 8 illustrations to accompany Navy Posters 660. 00 

565 copies each of 53 illustrations to accompany Handbook of Wireless Telegraphy 1^. 60 

200 copies each of 2 illustrations to accompany The American Ephemeris and Nautical 

Almanac for 1907 14. 70 

1,100 copies of 1 illustration to accompany Annual Report of the Irrigation and Drainage 

Investigation. 5. 94 

3,966 copies of 1 illustration to accompany Annual Report of the Governor of New Mexico, 

1906 264.00 

3,966 copies of 1 illustration to accompany Annual Report of the Superintendent of Crater 

Lake for 1906 19.60 

3,966 copies of 1 illustration to accompany Annual Report of the Governor of Arizona, 1906. 245. 00 
3,966 copies of 1 illustration to accompany Annual Report of the Superintendent of the Mount 

Rainier National Park for 1906 35. 44 

3,966 copies of 1 Illustration to accompany Annual Report of the Governor of Oklahoma, 1906. 309. 68 
1,000 copies of 1 illustration to accompany Annual Report of the Governor of New Mexico for 

1906....": 72.76 

1,486 copies each of 10 illustrations to accompany Annual Report of the Superintendent of the 

United States Coast and Geodetic Survey for 1906 174. 44 

3,966 copies of 1 illustration to accompany Annual Report of the Acting Superintendent of 

the Yosemite National Park for 1906 : 171. 50 

3,966 copies of 1 Illustration to accompany Annual Report of the Sequoia and General Grant 

National Park for 1906 29. 01 

3,966 copies of 1 Illustration to accompany Annual Report of the Acting Superintendent of 

the Yellowstone Park for 1906 *)QI:^'^I^ 



28 



RKPOUT OF THK PUBLIC PRTNTEK. 



No. 9. — Statement showing disbursements on account of lithographing and engraving 

during the fiscal year ended June SO, 1907 — Continued. 

Lithographing (engraving and printing) -Continued. 
3;966 copies of 1 illustration to accompany Annual Report of the Commissioner of the Interior 

for Porto Rico 127. 44 

3,966 copies o^ 1 illustration to accompany Annual Report of the United States Indian 

Inspeotor of the Indian Territory for 1906 91. 63 

3,966 copies of 1 illustration to accompany Annual Report of the Governor of Alaska, 1906. . 218. 25 

l,fiOOcopies of 1 illustration to accompany Annual Report of the Governor of Oklahoma, 1906. 58. 80 
4,100 copies of I Illustration to accompany Annual Report of the Department of the Interior 

for 1906 140.47 

5,100 copies each of 3 Illustrations to accompany Rules of Practice, United States Patent 

OfBce 17. 00 

1,000 copies each of 5 illustrations to accompany Decisions and Regulations, Five Civilized 

Tribes 675.00 

300 copies of 1 illustration to accompany Department Appointment Commission 30. 20 

500 copies of 1 illustration to accompany Correspondence In Relation to Coal Lands in the 

Indian Territory 117. 80 

500 copies of 1 illustration to accompany Rules of Practice, United States Patent Office 21.31 

1 ,050 copies each of 8 Illustrations to accompany Manual of Surveying Instructions 125. 44 

5,000 copies each of 4 Illustrations to accompany Rules of Practice, United States Patent 

Office 17.64 

564 copies each of 5 Illustrations to accompany Compilation of Laws and Regulations, Five 

Civilized Tribes 3r7.50 

1,000 copies each of 4 illustrations to accompany Rules of Practice, United States Patent 

Office -. 13.72 

5,000 copies of 1 illustration to accompany Form No. 4-675, Township Plats 736. 00 

5,000 copies of 1 Illustration to accompany Form No. 4-675, Mineral Plats 441. 00 

5,000 copies of 1 Illustration to accompany Form No. 4-675, Mineral Plats 367. 70 

400 copies of 1 Illustration to accompany Form No. 4-675, Township Plats 58. 80 

75 copies of 1 illustration to accompany Township Plats : 18. 37 

2,500 copies of 1 illustration to accompany Township Plats 53. 73 

10,000 copies of 1 illustration, Map of Crow Indi in Reservation 296. Op 

12,000 copies of 1 illustration. Map of Shoshone I ndian Reservation 315. 00 

300 copies of 1 illustration, Map of the United States (small) 24. 00 

1,500 copies each of 4 Illustrations, Map of the Petrified Forest, Devil's Tower, El Moro, 

and Montezuma Castle 12. 00 

1,500 copies of 1 illustration. Map of the Chaco Canyon National Monument, New Mexico. 10.00 
7,350 copies of 1 illustration to accompany United States Geological Survey— Professional 

Paper No. 46 2,497.00 

5,47.'» copies of 1 illustration to accompany United States Geological Survey — Professional 

Paper No. 55. No. 1 318. 00 

5,475 copies of 1 illustration to accompany United States Geological Survey— Professional 

Paper No. 55. No. 2 77. 00 

7,350 copies each of 4 illustrations to accompany United States Geological Su^^•ey— Profes- 
sional Paper No. 51 1. 345. 00 

6,975 copies each of 9 illustrations to accompany United States Geological Survey— Profes- 
sional Paper No. 54 3,639. 00 

7,350 copies each of 5 illustrations to accompany United States Geological Survey— Profes- 

■ional Paper No. 52 2,022. 60 

4,100 copies each of 2 illustrations to accompany United States Geological Survey— Profes- 
sional Paper No. 57 696. 46 

500 copies of 1 illustration to accompany United States Geological Survey— Monograph No. 

32 82.00 

4,410 copies feich of 10 illustrations to accompany United States Geological Survey— Mono- 
graph So.^J 1, 672. 00 

8,850 copies each of 2 illustrations to accompany United States Geological Survey— Bulletin 

No. 275 489. 00 

9,105copies of 1 illustration to accompany United States Geological Sur\-ey— Bulletin No. 283 72. 00 

6,180 copies of 1 illustration to accompany United States Geological Sur\ey— Bulletin No. 289 220. 00 

6,180copies of 1 illustration to accompany United States Geological Survey— Bulletin No. 289 168. 00 

8,850 copies of 1 illustration to accompany United States Geological Survey— Bulletin No. 277 363.00 
6.105 copies each of 13 illustrations to accompany United States Geological Sur\'ey— Bulletin 

No. 292 556.00 

6.205 copies of 1 illustration to accompany United Stat<'S Geological Survey— Bulletin No. 295 1,042.00 

8,575 copies of l illustration to accompany United States (geological Survey— Bulletin No. 302 147.00 

6305 copies of 1 illustration to accompany United States Geological Survey— Bulletin No. 310 113. 43 



REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 29 

No. 9. — Statevient showing disbursements on account of lithographing and engraving 

during the. fiscal year ended June SO, 1907 — Continued. 

Lithographing (engraving and printing)— Continued. 
1,500 copies each of 2 illustrations to accompany United States Geological Suney— Bulletin 

No. 326 1170.00 

6,005 copies of 1 illustration to accompany United States Geological Survey— Bulletin No. 300 360. 00 
6,305 copies of 1 illustration to accompany United States Geological Survey— Bulletin No. 286 464. 50 
1,000 copies of 1 illustration to accompany United States Geological Survey— Bulletin No. 310 54. 72 

6,005 copies of 1 illustration to accompany United States Geological Survey— Bulletin No. 279 666. 00 
7,305 copies of 1 illustration to accompany United States Geological Survey— Bulletin No. 303 307. 72 
6,905 copies each of 2 illustrations to accompany United States Geological Survey— Bulletin 

No. 297 711.60 

1,000 copies of 1 illustration to accompany United States Geological Survey— Bulletin No. 296 99. 60 

1,000 copies each of 2 illustrations to accompany United States Geological Survey— Bulletin 

No. 289 199.00 

6.505 copies each of 11 Illustrations to accompany United States Geological Survey— Bulletin 

No. 294 2,136.00 

5.506 copies each of 2 illustrations to accompany United States Geological Survey— Bulletin 

No. 296 891. 00 

1,000 copies of 1 illustration to accompany United States Geological Survey— Bulletin No. 283 131. 32 
1,000 copies of 1 illustration to accompany United States Geological Survey— Bulletin No. 

300, second edition 193. 03 

1,000 copies of 1 illustration to accompany United States Geological Survey— Bulletin No. 

303, second edition 80. 00 

7,805 copies of 1 illustration to accompany United States Geological Survey— Bulletin No. 308. 846. 76 
6,801 copies of 1 illustration to accompany United States Geological Survey— Bulletin No. 317. 104. 60 
7,305 copies each of 8 illustrations to accompany United States Geological Survey— Bulletin 

No. 287 1,848.00 

1,000 copies each of 13 illustrations to accompany United States Geological Survey— Bulletin 

No . 292 260. 37 

1,000 copies each of 2 illustrations to accompany United States Geological Survey— Bulletin 

No. 297 206.80 

1,000 copies each of 2 illustrations to accompany United States Geological Survey— Bulletin 

No. 296. second edition 274. 40 

7,850 copies each of 3 illustrations to accompany United States Geological Survey— Water- 

Supply and Irrigation Paper No. 158 311. 00 

8,148 copies of 1 illustration to accompany United States Geological Survey— Water-Supply 

and Irrigation Paper No. 159 268. 00 

4,698 copies of 1 illustration to accompany United States Geological Survey— Water-Supply 

and Irrigation Paper No. 164 287. 00 

1,000 copies of 1 illustration to accompany United States Geological Survey— Water-Supply 

and Irrigation Paper No. 164 50. 00 

1,050 copies of 1 illustration to accompany United States Geological Survey— Water-Supply 

and Irrigation Paper No. 159 12. 00 

6,698 copies each of 2 illustrations to accompany United States Geological Survey— Water- 

Supply and Irrigation Paper No. 182 406, 00 

5,698 copies each of 2 illustrations to accompany United States Geological Survey— Water- 

Supply and Irrigation Paper No. 183 370. 00 

6,808 copies each of 2 illustrations to accompany United States Geological Survey— Water- 

Supply and Irrigation Paper No. 188 296. 61 

6,199 copies each of 2 illustrations to accompany United States Geological Survey— Water- 

Supply and Irrigation Paper No. 199 94. 00 

6,199 copies of 1 illustration to accompany United States Geological Survey— Water-Supply 

and Irrigation Paper No. 199 406. 00 

6,698 copies of 1 illustration to accompany United States Geological Survey— Water-Supply 

and Irrigation Paper No. 195 209. 72 

509,850 copies each of 6 illustrations to accompany Report of the Secretary of Agriculture for 

1905 5,142.00 

370.000 copies each of 3 illustrations to accompany Report of the Secretary of Agriculture for 

1906 1,190.00 

1,000 copies each of 31 illustrations to accompany Report on Climatology in the United States. 410. 00 
564 copies each of 31 illustrations to accompany Report on Climatology in the United States. 200. 90 
1,600 copies each of 6 illustrations to accompany Annual Report of the Reclamation Service. 256. 00 
1,776 copies each of 24 illustrations to accompany Annual Report of the Reclamation Service. 326. 00 
300 copies each of 24 illustrations to accompany Annual Report of the Reclamation Service. 14. 00 

600 copies each of 6 illustrations to accompany North American Fauna, No. 25 UW.^ 

4.064 copies_of|llillU8tration to accompany North American Fauna., ^o . "i^ 'I®*^^*^ 



3^1 REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 

No. 9. — Statement ahawing di$lmr$ements on account of lithographing and engraving 

during the fiscal year ended June SO, 1907 — Continued. 

lAthngTApbing (tTDgrtLYing and printing; — Continued. 

ZiAOO eopiM e«ch of 2 iUofltrations to accompany New Fniit Productions 120.00 

3^000 copies of 1 illustnttion to accompany Handling Fruit for Transi>ortation 122.fl0 

ZJM eopieo of I iUottration to accompany Handling Frtiit for Transportation l&OO 

ij9Q0 copies of 1 tllostration to accompany Fiscal R^^ilations of the United States Depart- 
ment of Agriculture 7Z.B0 

MQOeopiea of 1 iUuatration to accompany Biological Survey Bulletin No. 21 M. 18 

SOD copies each of 6 illustrations to accompany Promising New Fruits 270.00 

fOO copies each of 3 illustrations to accompany Promising New Fruits 9ft. 00 

SOO copies each of 3 illustrations to accompany Bulletin No. 8, Bureau of Physiok^y and 

Pathology 99l41 

fOO copies each of 3 illustrations to accompany Bulletin No. 8, Bureau of Physiology and 

Pathology 47&00 

Freight on Bulletin No. 8, Bureau of Physiology and Pathology 4. 37 

2Mi copies of 1 illustration to accompany Bulletin No. 96, Bureau of Plant Industry 387. 10 

1450 copies each of 2 iUustrations to accompany Bulletin No. 28, ForRSt Service 28&. 00 

no copies of 1 illustration to accompany Bulletin No. 31, Forest Service 42.00 

2j0ti4 copies of 1 ilTustration to accompany Bulletin No. 58, Forest S<>rvice 13L 50 

1,200 copies of 1 illustration to accompany Bulletin No. 67, Forest Service 13^ 44 

50 copies of 1 illustration to accompany Bulletin No. 31, Forest Service 22L50 

500 copies of 1 illustration to accompany Bulletin No. 5»>. Forest Service 117.60 

16,350 copies of 1 illustration. Soil Survey of Leon County, Fla., 1905 040100 

16,350 copies of 1 illustration. Soil Survey of Brown County, Kans., 1906. 587.00 

16,350 copies of 1 illustration. Soil Survey of Orangeburg Area, S. C, 1904 020L 00 

9XXM copies of 1 illustration. Soil Survey of McCracken County Area, Ky., 1905 201.00 

16,350 copies of 1 illustration. Soil Survey of Appomattox County Area,'Va., 1906 67&.00 

16,350 copies of 1 illustration. Soil Survey of Bear River Area, Utah, 1904. l,32SiOO 

16,350 copif'S of 1 illustration. Soil Survey of Sacramento Arpa, Cal., 1904 710.00 

16,350 copies of 1 illustration. Soil Survey of Greeley Area, Colo., 1904 625^00 

16,350 copif'S of 1 illustration. Soil Survey of Newton County, Ind., i905 506.. 00 

16,350 copirMi of 1 illustration. Soil Survey of Upshur County, W. Va., 1905 56&00 

16, 350 copies of 1 illustration. Soil Sur\ey of Lrmisa County, Va., 190.5 783L00 

9,098 copies of 1 illustration. Soil Survey of Oxford Area. Mich., 1905 280.00 

9,098 copies of 1 illustration. Soil Survey of Gallatin Valley Area. Mont., 1905. 414.00 

9,098 copies each of 2 iUustrations. Soil Sur\'ey of Carrington Area, N. Dak., 1905 603LOO 

16,350 copies of 1 illustration. Soil Survey of Island County, Wash., 1905 500.00 

16,350 copies of 1 iUustration, Soil Survey of Perquimans and Pasquotank Counties, N. C, 

1905 66a 00 

9,098 copies of 1 illustration. Soil Survey of Tippecanoe Area, Ind., 1905 400. 00 

9,098 copi#?8 of 1 illustration, .Soil Survey of Binghamton Area, N. Y., 1905 274 00 

16,350 copies of 1 illustration. Soil Survey of Tangipahoa Parish, La.. 1905 936i.OO 

8,508 copies of 1 illustration. Soil Survey of New Hanover County. N. C, 1906 4201 42 

9,098 copies of 1 illustration, Soil Survey of Le** County. Tex., 190ii 602. 00 

9,098 copies of 1 illustration. Soil Survey of Scotland County Area, Mo., 1905 38& 00 

9,098 copies of 1 illustration. Soil Survey of Cherokee County. S. C, 190.5 370. 00 

9,098 copies of 1 illustration. Soil Survey of Crawford County. Mo., 1905 497. 00 

9,098 copies of 1 illustration, Soil Survey of Portage County Area, Wis., 1905 623. 00 

9,098 copies of 1 illustration. Soil Survey of Sarpy County Area. Nebr., 1905 464 00 

9,098 copies of 1 illustration. Soil Survey of Montgonierj' County. Pa. , 1905 600. 00 

9,098 copies of 1 illustration. Soil Survey of Cleveland Area, Ohio, 1905 500l 00 

9,098 copies of 1 illustration. Soil Survey of Houston County, Tex., 1905 710L0O 

9,098 copies of 1 illustration. Soil Survey of Tompkins Area, N. Y., 1905 410.00 

9,098 copies of 1 illustration. Soil Survey of Everett Area, Wash., 1905 494 00 

9,098 copies each of .i illustrations. Soil Survey of Stockton Area, Cal., 1905 534 00 

9,098 copies each of 2 illustrations. Soil Survey of Grand Junction Area, Colo., 1905 710. 00 

8,508 copies of 1 illustration. Soil Survey of Lee County, Ala., 190i) 567. 42 

9.098 copies of 1 illustration, .Soil Survey of Madison County. Ky, 1905 409l00 

8.508 copies of 1 illustration. Soil Survey of Montgomery County, Miss., lyoti 450lO2 

11,098 copies of 1 illustration. Soil Survey of Yorktown .\rea, Va., 1905 770.00 

8.508 copies of 1 illustration. Soil Survey of Oklahoma County. Okla.,1900 560.38 

f copies each of 1 illustration. Soil .Survey of Caddo Parish. La., 190i> 1,003.52 

copies of 1 iUustration, Soil Sur\-ey of Pontotoc County, Miss., 190H 444 02 

opies of 1 iUustration. Soil 8ur\ey of Waycross Area, Ga., 1906 56&00 

opies of 1 iUustration, SoU Sur\'ey of San Marcos Area, Tex.. 1906 644.00 

f^em of i illustration, Soil Sur\-ey of Escambia County, Fla., 1906 032.06 



BBPOBT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 31 

No« ^.-r-Siatement thov/ing disburaemenU on account of lithographing and engraving 

during the fiscal year ended June SOy 1907 — Continued. 

Lithographing (eiigravingSaiid*pr1nting)— Continued. 

9,096 copies of 1 illustration, Soil Survey of Ua nover County. Va. . 1906 %5&k 00 

3,000 copies each of 2 illustrations to accompany Separate No. 1, Ex])eTinient Stations 30. 00 

2,000 copies of 1 illustration, to accompany Separate No. 3, Experiment Stations IL 76 

2,000 copies of 1 illustration to accompany Bulletin No. 108, Experiment Stations 127. 40 

6,673 copies of 1 illustration to accompany Bulletin No. 188, ExxMriment Stations 3& 28 

1,700 copies each of 3 illustrations to accompany Bulletin No. 78, Bureau Animal Industry.. 170. 00 

4,064 copies of 1 illustration to accompany Bulletin No. 38, Bureau Animal Industry 200. 00 

6,316 copies each of 2 illustrations to accompany Bulletin No. 27, Bureau Animal Industry. . 47& 00 

4.064 copies each of 6 illustrations to accompany Bulletin No. 06, Bureau Animal Industry. . 624. 86 
600 copies each of 40 illustrations to accompany Report of the Commissioner of Corporations 

on the Transportation of Petroleum 12a 64 

200 copies of 1 illustration to accompany Number of Fish Eggs per Liquid Quart 17. 10 

2,000 copies each of 10 illustrations to accompany Report of the Superintendent of the Coast 

and Geodetic Survey for 1906 348.88 

2,000 copies of 1 illustration to accompany Appendix to the Report of the Superintendent of 

the Coast and Geodetic Survey for 1906 29. 40 

6,626 copies each of 16 illustrations to accompany Bulletin of the United States Fish Com- 
mission for 1906 2,70a00 

6,000 copies each of 7 illustrations to accompany Annual Report of the Commissioner-General 

of Inunigration for 1905 334 66 

600 copies of 1 illustration. Map showing location of the Bureau of Standards 16. 66 

2.065 copies each of 7 illustrations to accompany Regulations for Lighting Bridges over Navi- 
gable Rivers 78. 40 

2,600 copies each of 8 illustrations to accompany Special Rei>ort of the Commissioner of Cor- 
porations on the Oil Industry 95. 06 

2,000 copies of 1 illustration to accompany Names of Heads of Families in New Hampshire 

Census of 1790 38.00 

2,000 copies of 1 illustration to accompany Names of Heads of Families in Vermont Census of 

1790 33.25 

2,000 copies of 1 illustration to accompany Names of Heads of Families in Maryland Census of 

1790 33.25 

2,000 copies each of 6 illustrations to accompany United States Coast Pilot, Atlantic Coast, 

Pt. 7, third edition 160.00 

3,056 copies each of 2 illustrations to accompany United States Coast Pilot, Atlantic Coast, 

Pt. 6 51.94 

ly814 copies of 1 Illustration, Survey of Oyster Bottoms, Matagorda Bay, Texas 61. 11 . 

2,573 copies of 1 illustration. Survey of Oyster Bottoms, Anne Arundel County, Md . . : 34. 30 

23,064 copies each of 2 Illustrations to accompany Bullotla No. 65, Bureau of Labor 110.00 

624 copies each of 2 illustrations to accompany Bulletin No. 65, Bureau of Labor 2. 75 

162 copies each of 22 illustrations to accompany Plans for Metal Work and Erection of Gal- 
veston Jetty Light-House 226. 00 

300 copies each of 9 illustrations to accompany Plans for Light-House Tender Tulip 319. 00 

300 copies each of 17 illustrations to accompany Specifications for Buoys and Appendages, 

1906 1«2.00 

500 copies each of 11 Illustrations to accompany Specifications for Moorings for Vessels and 

Buoys 30. 75 

300 copies each of 9 illustrations to accompany Plans for Light-House Tender Manzanlta 315. 00 

150 copies each of 5 Illustrations to accompany Plans for Two Light Vessels, Nos, 82 and 89. . 63. 21 

152 copies each of 5 Illustrations to accompany Plans for Light-House on Ragged Point, 

Maryland 36.75 

152 copies of 1 Illustration, Nine Pile Beacon used In Mobile Ship Channel 7. 76 

300 copies each of 9 illustrations to accompany Plans for Five Single-Screw Steel Light- 
House Tenders 362. 80 

600 copies each of 7 Illustrations to accompany Plans for Fourth, Fifth, and Sixth Order 

Lanterns 44. 10 

2,500 copies each of 21 Illustrations to accompany Annual Report of the Light-House Board 

for 1906 1,087.27 

12,666 copies of 1 illustration to accompany Lights and Fog Signals on the Atlantic and Gulf 

Coasts, 1907 142.10 

266 copies each of 17 illustrations to accompany Specifications for Buoys and Appendages 171. 50 

83 copies each of 3 illustrations to accompany Plans for Metal Work on the Pungotoague 

Creek Beacon, Virginia 29. 15 

160 copies each of 8 Illustrations to accompany Plans for Four Single-Screw Steel Llsht- 

Vetsels va 



32 



REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 



No. 9. — Statement showing dUburaements on account of lithographmg and engraving 

during the fiscal year ended June SO, 1907 — Continued. 

Lithographing (engraving and printing)— Continued. 

3,564 copies of 1 illustration to accompany Bulletin No. 62, Bureau of Ethnology. 1131 40 

9,772 copies each of 2 illustrations to accompany Twentyrsixth Annual Report of the Bureau 

of Ethnology 339.50 

3,764 copies each of 2 illustrations to accompany Contributions from the National Herbarium, 

Vol.11 758.50 

500 copies of 1 illustration to accompany Contributions from the National Herbarium, Vol. II . 73. 50 
11,438 copies each of 2 illustrations to accompany Annual Report of the Smithsonian Insti- 
tution 254. 80 

9,772 copies each of 9 illustrations to accompany Twenty-sixth Annual Report of the Bureau 

of Ethnology 363. 75 

200 copies each of 4 illustrations to accompany Investigation of Panama Canal Matters 5.88 

500 copies each of 3 illustrations to accompany Investigation of Panama Canal Matters. ... 11.78 

1,961 copies of 1 illustration to accompany Annual Report of the Board of Charities, 1906 39.20 

1,961 copies each of 2 illustrations to accompany Annual Report of the Health Officer, 1906. . . 88.20 

50 copies each of 2 illustrations to accompany Annual Report of the Health OflQcer, 1906 2.30 

3,361 copies of 1 illustration to accompany Annual Report of the Commissioners of the Board 

of Education , 166.60 

100 copies each of 2 illustrations to accompany Annual Report of the Health Officer, second 

edition, 1906 21. 56 

125 copies of 1 illustration to accompany Case No. 22892, Court of Claims 6. 50 

50 copies each of 4 illustrations to accompany Case No. 26398, Court of Claims 117.60 

12,038 copies of 1 illustration to accompany Twentieth Annual Report of the Interstate 

Commerce Comniission, 1906 188. 16 

200 copies of 1 illustration, sheet 5, Surveyor Examination 7.00 

200 copies each of 2 illustrations, sheets 2 and 3, series 30 and 31, Stenographer and Type- 
writer Examination 28. 00 

200 copies each of 2 illustrations, sheets 2 and 3, series 32, Stenographer and Typewriter Exam- 
ination 14.00 

200 copies of 1 illustration, sheet 3, Typographic Aid Examination 17.00 

225 copies of 1 illustration, sheet 1, Typographic Draftsman Examination 10.00 

100 copies of 1 illustration, sh^Hit 1, Tracer and Mechanical Drawing Examination 6.00 

100 copies of 1 illustration, sluM't 2, Assistant Examiner Examination, Philippine Service... 6.00 

500 copies of 1 illustration, siieet 3, series 19, Rural Carrier Examination ,. 40.00 

250 copies each of 5 illustrations, sheet 4, series 1290, 1291, 1292, 1293, and 1294, First-Orade Ex- 
amination 37. 12 

50 copies each of 3 illustrations, sheets 5, i), and 7, Interpreter Examination 14.85 

50 copies ea<;h of 2 illustrations, sheets 5 and 6, Assyrian and Greek, Interpreter Examination. 9.90 

1,400 copies of 1 illustration, she<'t 4, series 1289, First -Grade Examination 16.83 

75 copies each of 2 illustrations, sheets 5 and 6, Assistant Examiner Examination 10.80 

50 copies ea<'h of 2 illustrations, sheets 5 and 6, Syrian and Ruthenian, Interpreter Examini^ 

tion 9.90 

360 copi<'s each of 2 illustrations, sheets 2 and 3, series 34 and 37, Stenographer and Type- 
writer Examination 67.32 

350 copies each of 2 illustrations, sheets 2 and 3, s*'rie8 33, Stenographer and Typewriter Exam- 
ination 16.83 

300 copies each of 4 illustrations, sheet 4, s<?ries 12^5, 1296, 1298, and 1299; 500 copies of 1 illus- 
tration, sh«yjt 4, wries 1297, and 600 copies of I illustration, sheet 4, series 1300, First- 

Orado Examination 51.94 

350 copies «'a<-h of 2 illustrations, shi^'ts 2 and 3, series 38, Stenographer and Typewriter 

Examination 16.66 

150 copi<'s each of 2 illustrations, shwtM5and»», stories 113, Assistant Examiner Examination. 12.74 

150 copies ea^:h of 2 illustrations, shwts 2 and 4, series 1 13, Irrigation Engineer Examination. 30.38 

300 copies of 1 illustration, shc<^t 4, (^lerk Examiner Examination 7.84 

5,000 copies of 1 illustration, shr-et 3, s<'ri«'s 20, Rural Carrier Examination 39.20 

450 copies of 1 iljtistratlon, shr^'t 4, stTies 3, Clerk Examiner Examination 9.31 

20,0(K) copies of illustration, sh<'<'t «i, series 4() iind 41, Railway Mail Service Examination... 191. 10 
5^) copies e»ich of 2 illustrations, sheets .'• and ♦., series 2, Assyrian and Greek, Interprets 

Examination 9.80 

100 copies of 1 illustration, slwet 'i, sr-rics 1, .M<'chanical Draftsman Examination 5.88 

50 copies each of 2 illustrations, sljci'ts 1 and 2, s«Ties 10, Engine^T Draftsman Examination... 9.80 

lOf) copies eacii r»f 2 illustrations, sli««^'ts i> and 7, series h, F:iectrical Engineer Examination.. 37.24 

75 copies f)f 1 illustration, sheet 2. series 7, Assistant Examiner. Philippine Service 5.30 

10f>r<»pies of 1 illustration, sheet 7. series 24. Coast and (ieodetic Survey Aid Examination.. 10.73 



REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 83 

No. 9. — Statement showing disbursements on account of lithographing and engraving 

during the fiscal year ended June SO, 1907 — Continued. 

Lithographing (engraying and printing)— Continued. 

75 copies of 1 illustration, sheet 2, series 3, Hydrographic Surveyor Examination 19. 06 

75 copies of 1 illustration, sheet 1, series 3, and 150 copies of 1 illustration, sheet 5, series 30, 

Surveyor Examination, Philippine Service 18. 13 

100 copies of 1 illustration, sheet 1, series 3, Topographic Draftsman Examination 5. 88 

75 copies of 1 illustration, sheet 1, series 26, Civil Engineer Examination 5. 39 

75 copies of 1 illustration, sheet 2, series 7, Assistant Examiner Examination, Philippine 

Service 6. 39 

150 copies of 1 illustration, sheet 5, series 2, Clerk Draftsman Examination 13. 72 

150 copies of 1 illustratidn, sheet 4, series 8, Engineering and Hydrographic Aid Examination. 13. 72 
60 copies each of 2 illustrations, sheets 4 and 5, series 14, Mechanical Draftsman Examina^ 

tion 16. 1 7 

75 copies of 1 illustration, sheet 7, series 32, Teacher Examination, Indian Service 5. 39 

200 copies of 1 illustration, sheet 2, series 8, Assistant Examination, Philippine Service 6. 86 

5,000 copies of 1 illustration, sheet 3, series 21 , Rural Carrier Examination 39. 20 

250 copies each of 2 illustrations, sheets 2 and 3, series 39 and 40, Stenographer and Type- 
writer Examination 29. 40 

260 copies each of 2 illustrations, sheets 2 and 3, series 41, Stenographer and Typewriter 

Examination 1 4. 70 

300 copies each of 3 illustrations, sheet 6, series 57, 58, and 59, Compositor Examination 23. 62 

75 copies of 1 illustration, shQet 2, series 18, Architect Draftsman Examination 5. 39 

225 copies of 1 illustration, sheet 1, Topographic Draftsman Examination 7. 84 

100 copies of 1 illustration, sheet 3, series 19, .Junior Architect Draftsman Examination 5. 88 

100 copies each of 2 illustrations, sheets 4 and 5, Heating and Ventilating Draftsman Exami- 
nation 37. 24 

500 copies of I illustration, sheet 4, series 1302, First-Orade Examination 9. 80 

75 copies of 1 illustration, sheet 2, scries 1, Apprentice Topographic Examination 5. 88 

50 copies of 1 illustration, sheet 3, series 11 , Engineer Draftsman Examination 4. 90 

75 copies of 1 illustration, sht-et 4, series I, Irrigation Manager Examination 5. 88 

350 copies each of illustrations, sheet 2, series 42, 4^^, 44, 45, 4(i, and 47, Stenographer and 

Typewriter Examination 49. 98 

650 copies of 1 illustration, sheet 4, series 1302, First-Grade Examination 16. 17 

350 copies each of 6 illustrations, sheet 3, series 42, 43, 44, 45, 40, and 47, Stenographer and 

Typewriter Examination 49. 98 

300 copies of 1 illustration, sheet 4. series 1 304, First-Grade Examination 7. 84 

75 copies each of 2 illustrations, sheets 6 and 6, Draftsman and Surveyor Examination 10. 78 

260 copies of 1 illustration, sheet 4, series 1305; 200 copies of 1 illustration, sheet 4, series ISOti; 
600 copies of 1 illustration, sheet 4, series 1307; 250 copies of 1 illustration, sheet 4, series 

■1308, and 150 copies of 1 illustration, sheet 4, seriea 1309, First-Grade Examination 38. 71 

100 copies of I illustration, sheet 4, Civil Engineer and Draftsman Examination 10. 78 

152 copies each of 2 illustrations, sheett 5 and 6, series 114, Assistant Examiner Examination. 12. 74 

5,000 copies of 1 illustration, sheet 3, series 22, Rural Carrier Examination 39. 20 

250 copies of 1 illustration, sheet 4, series 1310, First-Grade Examination 7. 36 

150 copies of 1 illustration, sheet 8, series 33, Teacher Examination, Indian Service 13. 72 

200 copies of 1 illustration, sheet 4, series 1311 , First-Grade Examination 6. 86 

200 copies of I illustration, sheet 4, series 1312, First-Grado Examination 6. 86 

100 copies of 1 illustration, sheet 2, series 9, Assistant Examination, Philippine Service 6. 88 

10,000 copies each of 2 illustrations, sheet 6, series 42 and 43, Post-0 fTice and Railway Mail 

Service 117. 60 

50 copies of 1 illustration, sheet 6, series 1, Clerk-Typewriter and Draftsman Examination. . 4. 90 

5,000 copies of 1 illustration, sheet 3, series 23, Rural Carrier Examination 39. 20 

75 copies of 1 illustration, sheet 4a, series 4, Aid and Laboratory .Vpprentice Examination. . 6. 39 
100 copies of 1 illustration, sheet 7, series 2, Clerk-Carrier (with knowledge of Polish) Exami- 
nation 5. 88 

300 copies of 1 illustration, sheet 6, series 60, Compositor Examination 7. 84 

150 copies of 1 illustration, sheet 5, series 3, Clerk-Draftsman Examination 13. 72 

Total lithographing (engraving and printing) 102,038. 20 

Engraving (wax, line, or zinc, and half tones) : 

Engraving 15 Illustrations for Senate Doc. No. 532, Ist session 59th Congress 60. 00 

Engraving 42 illustrations for Senate Doc. No. 499, 1st session 59th Congress 174. 00 

Engraving 1 illustration for Senate Doc. No. 9, 1st session 59th Congress 2. 94 

Engraving 1 Illustration for Senate Doc. No. 72, 1st session 59th Congress 5. 88 

Engraving? Illustrations for Senate Doc. No. 17, 2d session 59th Congress 39.20 



34 BBPORT OP THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 

No. 9. — Statement showing dubursemerUs on account of lithographing and engraving 

during the fiscal year ended June SO, J907 — Continued. 

Engraving (wax, line, or zinc, and half tones)— Continued. 

Engraving 12 illustrations for Senate Doc. No. 232, 2d session fiOth Congress $47.87 

Engraving 12 illustrations for Senate Doc. No. 214, 2d session 50th Congress 88LS 

Engraving 14 illustrations for Senate Doc. No. 135, 1st session 59th Congress 44.05 

Engraving 18 illustrations for Senate Doc. No. 212, 1st session 50th Congress 83wS0 

Engraving 18 illustrations for Senate Doc. No. 342, 2d session 50th Congress 6&66 

Engraving 14 illustrations for Senate Doc. No. 400, 2d session 5&th Congress SLtt 

Engraving 24 illustrations for Senate Doc. No. 392, 2d session 5&th Congress 140i 02 

Engraving 2 illustrations for Senate Doc. No. 356, 2d session 50th Congress 0i30 

Engraving 1 Illustration for Senate Rei>ort No. 3800, 1st session 60th Congress 3.00 

Engraving 1 illustration for Senate Report No. 5013, 2d session 60th Congress 3.04 

Engraving 4 illustrations for Senate Rei>ort No. 6013, 2d session 50th Congress 10. 60 

Engraving 3 Illustrations for Senate Rei>ort No. 6651, 2d session 50th Congress 14.70 

Engraving 1 illustration for Senate Report No. 5766, 2d session 50th Congress 7. 86 

Engraving 1 illustration for Senate Rei>ort No. 5013, 2d session 50th Congress 7. 84 

Engraving 18 illustrations for Session Laws, 1st session 60th Congress 110.00 

Engraving 05 illustrations for Session Laws, 2d session 60th Congress 504.77 

Engraving 1 illustration for Senate Calendar 41. 16 

Engraving 12 Illustrations for House Doc. No. 623, 2d session 50th Congress 43. 12 

Engraving 1 Illustration for House Doc. No. 640, 2d session 60th Congress 7.84 

Engraving 29 illustrations for House Doc. No. 510, 2d session 50th Congress 154.84 

Engraving 5 Illustrations for House Doc. No. 103, 2d session 50th Congress 40i 06 

Engraving 1 Illustration for House Doc. No. 276, 2d session 59th Congress ^ 7. 84 

Engraving 7 Illustrations for House Report No. 5629, 2d session 59th Congress 73. 60 

Engraving 1 illustration for House Calendar 4L 16 

Engraving 31 illustrations for * ' Calendar and Correspondence of George Washington" 150. 00 

Engraving 8 illustrations for Memoirs, National Academy of Sciences, Vol. 10, Sixth Memoir. 84. 00 
Engraving 33 illustrations for Proceedings upon the Unveiling of Statue of the Count De 

Rocliambeau 8L 60 

Engraving 13 illustrations for J olin Paul Jones Commemorative Volume lOQl 00 

Engraving 3 illustrations for Congressional Directory, 2d session 59th Congress, 1st edition. 50.96 

Engraving 3 illustrations for Congressional Directory, 2d session 59th Congress, 2d edition. . 84. 80 

Engraving G illustrations for Congressional Record, 1st session 59th Congress 127. 60 

Engraving 1 illustration for Congressional Record, 1st session 59th Congress lOiOO 

Engraving 1 illustration for Congressional Record, 1st session 59th Congress 2L 00 

Engraving 1 Illustration for Congressional Record, Speech of Hon. N. T. Rainey 12L74 

Engraving 1 illustration for Congressional Record, Speech of Weldon B. Heybum 20lOO 

Engraving 4 illustrations for Congressional Record, Papers presented by Capt. A. T. Mahan. 37. 44 

Engraving 1 illustration for Congressional Record, Speech of Hon. A.J. Beveridge .06 

Engraving 1 illustration for Message of President concerning the Panama Canal 40. 00 

Engraving b illustrations for Journal of the Continental Congress, 1774-1789, Vol. 7 87. 80 

Engraving 4 illustrations for facsimile cards 4. 00 

Engraving 1 illustration for United States Supreme Court 41. 16 

Engraving 2 illustrations for Seals of Special Agent, Treasury Department 10. 00 

Engraving 1 illustration for Form No. 2012, Treasury Department 1ft. 00 

Engraving 1 illustration for Seal for Revenue-Cutter Service 6i00 

Engraving 29 illustrations for Decisions on Drawn Worlc . . : 113. 68 

Engraving 8 lllustrHtions for Annual Report of tlie Director of the Mint for 1906 34. (tt 

Engraving 1 illustration for Seal of I'ublic Health and Marine-Hospital Service 6. 50 

Engraving 1 illustration for Bulletin No. 25, Hygienic Lai>oratory L50 

Engraving 1 illustration for Bulletin No. 27, Hygienic Lal>oratory 8.60 

Engraving 11 illustrations for Bulletin No. 32, Hygienic I>aboratory 84.80 

Engraving 54 illustrations for Bulletin No. 34, Hygienic I^l)oratory 17L60 

Engravings Illustrations for Notes on the Construction of Ordnance, No. 87 16i60 

Engraving 4 illustrations for Notes on the Construction of Ordnance, No. 88 8.08 

Engraving 7 illustrations for Notes on the Constructicm of Ordnance, No. 89 6i86 

Engraving 10 illustrations for Annual Report of the Chief of Engineers for 1906 20. 40 

Engraving 2t3 illustrations for Annual Report of the Surgeon-General for 1906 180.68 

Engraving 1 illustration for Report of Ollicers, Camps of Instruction, 1906 8.08 

Engraving 3 lllu.«»tration8 for Form 1650, War Department 7-00 

Engraving IS illustrations for Form 1770, War Department 377.00 

Engraving 1 illustration for Form 40, War Department 8^ 00 

Engraving 2 illustrations for Form 1965, War Department 14.00 

Engraving 1 illustration for Form 1933, War Department .08 

Engraving 11 illustrations for Form 1783, War Department 8L88 



REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 85 

No. 9. — Statement showing disbursements on account of lithographing and engraving 

during the fiscal year ended June SOy 1907 — Continued. 

Engraving (wax, line, or zinc, and half tones)— Continued. 

Engraving 2 iilustrstlons for Form 68, War Department tS. 68 

Engraving 1 Illustration for Form 66, War Department 17. 00 

Engraving 1 illustration for Form 176, War Department 16.00 

Engraving 2 illustrations for Form 1874, War Department 6. 37 

Engraving 1 illustration lor Form 832, War Department 6. 00 

Engraving 2 illustrations for Philippine Insurrection against the United States, etc 11. 60 

Engraving 75 illustrations for Medical Reports on the Russo-Japanese War 226. 00 

Engraving 4 illustrations for Reports of the Military Attaches with the Russian and Japa- 
nese Armies in Manchuria, No. 1 26. 00 

Engraving 2 lUustrations for Finger Prints and Outline Figure Illustrations 32. 00 

Engraving 3 illustrations for Circular No. — , Instructions for making Identification Records. 16. 60 
Engraving Illustrations for Form for Examination for Detail for Duty as Captain in 

Ordnance Department 36. 00 

Engraving 4 illustrations for C'Oast Artillery Instruction Order 13. 76 

Engraving 4 illustrations for Method of Holding and Adjusting the Reins of the Bit and 

Bridoon 6.00 

Engraving 3 illustrations for Actual Experience in War 7. 60 

Engraving 1 illustration for Authority, War 2. 46 

Engraving 40 illustrations for Special Report of General Oreely on Relief Operations at San 

Francisco.... 246.96 

Engraving 16 illustrations for Drill Regulations for Mountain Artillery 24 60 

Engraving 13 illustrations for Report of the Military Observers on the Russo-Japanese War, 

No. 2 31.86 

Engraving 12 illustrations for Examination for Detail for Duty in Ordnance Department 29. 40 

Engraving 27 illustrations for Annual Report of the Philippine Coimn ission 64. 03 

Engraving 10 illustrations for Document No. 287, Manual of Exercise, United States Army. 9. 80 

Engraving 2 illustrations for Description Card of Public Animals. 1. 28 

Engraving 34 illustrations for Regulations for Saber E xercise, United States Army 26. 46 

Engraving 82 illustrations for Tests of Iron and Steel 93. 10 

Engraving 2 Illustrations for Annual Report of the Philippine Commission for 1906 11. 66 

Engraving 72 illustrations for Reports of the Military Observers on the Russo-Japanese War. 1 42. 10 

Engraving 2 illustrations for Description Cards of Public Animals 1. 28 

Engraving 4 illustrations for Manual of Subsistence Department, 1902 6. 27 

Engraving 87 illustrations for Report Military Observers Attached, Armies in Manchuria — 210. 58 

Engraving 28 illustrations for Report Military Observers Attached. Armies in Manchuria — 49. 00 

Engraving 1 illustration for General Orders, No. — , .\bbreviations, etc. , for Correspondence . . 6. 86 

Engraving 10 illustrations for Ordnance Pamphlet No. 335 40. 00 

Engraving 2 illustrations for Ordnance Pamphlet No. 1955 12. 64 

Engraving 40 illustrations for Ordnance Pamphlet No. 265 69. 09 

Engraving 17 illustrations for Testimony Relative to Brownsville Affray 73. 60 

Engraving 4 illustrations for Hearings concerning Brownsville Affray 1 1. 76 

Engraving 2 illustrations lor Hearings concerning Brownsville Affray 7. 84 

Engraving 204 illustrations for Signal Corps Manual, No. 8 C65. 00 

Engraving 4 illustrations for Instructions, Official Correspondence and Files 11. 76 

Engraving 9 illustrations for Instructions, Official Correspondence and Files 27. 93 

Engraving 1 illustration for Circular Letter United States Commission, relative to Seal 7. 00 

Engraving 1 illustration for Case of United States v. The Standard Oil Company 9. 80 

Engraving 1 illustration lor Case of State of Kansas v. State ol Colorado et al. and the 

United States 34. 30 

EngraWng 1 illustration lor Case ol Eastern Dredging Company v. The United States 19. CO 

Engraving 1 illustration lor Official Seals lor the Post-Office Deportment 8. 33 

Engraving 3 illustrations lor Report Inspector ol Mail Cars 15. 68 

Engraving 3 illustrations lor Pamphlet No. 24 11. 50 

Engraving 5 illustrations lor Naval War Records, Vol. 1 9. 31 

Engraving 8 illustrations lor First Compensation ol Vessel's Compass at Dry Dock before 

going to Sea 04. 00 

Engraving 7 illustrations lor Pamphlet No. 327 75. 00 

Engraving 1 illustration lor Two-Ann Semaphore Alphabet 10. 00 

Engraving 19 illustrations lor Handbook ol Wireless Telegraphy 106. 23 

Engraving 1 Illustration lor Instruction lor Use of Fiiner's Bar with United States Navy 

Binnacle 1. 47 

Engraving illustration lor Special Order No. 27 9. 80 

Engraving 13 illustrations lor Provisional Manual lor Submarine Mining, New System 4A.\$^ 

Engravings illustrations for American Ephemcris and Nautical AViuwaAft lot \^\^ ^a^A*^ 



36 REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 

No. 9. — Statement showing disbursements on account of lithographing and engraving 

during the fiscal year ended June SO, 1907 — Continued. 

Engraving (wax, line, or zinc, and half tones)— Continued. 

Engraving 2 illustrations for Report Secretary of Navy for 1906 and Appendices $29. 40 

Engraving 2 Illustrations for Report Surgeon-General of Navy, 190('» 10. 78 

Engraving 2 illustrations for American Nautical Almanac, 1910 35. 28 

Engraving .*) illustrations for Report of Autimin Target Practice, 1906 12. 09 

Engraving 6 illustrations for Propeller Measurement 3. 43 

Engraving 1 illustration for Acetylene Gas as an Illiuninant for Aid to Navigation fi2. 14 

Engraving 8 Illustrations for Acetylene Gas as an Illuminant for Aid to Navigation 2.94 

Engraving 1 Illustration for Time-Signal Report 4. 90 

Engraving 1 illustration for United States Naval M< dical Bulletin. April 1, 1907 6.62 

Engraving 4 Illustrations for Specifications for White Oak Kncfs 1.96 

Engraving 1 illustration for General Specifications. EUctrical Appliances on Shipboard 5.88 

Engraving 1 illustration for Directions for Turning Trials United States VesFcls. irC6 19. <0 

Engraving 5 illustrations for Azimuth Tables. No. 106 9.00 

Engraving 6 illustrations for Bulletin No. 283. United States Ge ological Survey 6. fO 

Engraving 30 illustrations for Bulletin No. 2K'). United States Ge ological Survey 13. CO 

Engraving 79 illustrations for Bulletin No. 287, United States Geological Survey 82.^2 

Engraving 2 illustrations for Bulletin No. 287, United States Geological Survey -?6.C0 

Engravings illustrations for Bulletin No. 29o. United States Geological Survey 2.26 

Engraving 18 illustrations for Bulletin No. 284. United States Geological Surrey 31. 75 

Engraving 2 illustrations for Bulletin No. 297. United States Geological Sur>-ry 46. CO 

Engraving 181 illustrations for Bulletin No. 286, United States Geological Survey 44.76 

Engraving 18 illustrations for Bulletin No. 292. United States Geological Survey cO.75 

Engraving 49 illustrations for Bulletin No. 294. United States Geological Survey 26.50 

Engraving 9 illustrations for Bulletin No. 297. United States Geological Sur\ey 13. £0 

Engraving 28 illustrations for Bulletin No. 293. United States Geological Survey 28. CO 

Engraving 1 illustration for Bulletin No. 29(V. United States Geological Survey 19.00 

Engraving 9 illustrations for Bulletin No. 289. United States Geological Survey 10. CO 

Engraving 23 illustrations for Bulletin No. 279. United States Geological Survey 26.00 

Engraving 4 illustrations for Bulletin No. 296. United States Geological Survey 6.00 

Engraving 10 illustrations for Bulletin No. 304. United States Geological Survey 10.81 

Engraving 19 illustrations for Bulletin No. 303. United States Geological Survey 18.00 

Engraving 18 illustrations for Bulletin No. 30(». United States Geological Suney 29.65 

Engraving 17 illustration.s for Bulletin No. 3a'>, United States Geological Survey 9.54 

Engraving 1 illustration lor Bulletin No. 3W1. United States Geological Survey 12.00 

Engraving 7 illustrations for Bulletin No. 311. United States Geological Survey 9.80 

Engraving 17 illustrations for Bulletin No. 300. United States Geological Survey 70.50 

Engraving 60 illustrations for Bulletin No. 309, United States Geological Survey 92.12 

Engraving 20 illustrations for Bulletin No. 308. United States Geological Survey 14.86 

Engraving 24 illustrations for Bulletin No. 315. United States Geological Survey 47.92 

Engraving 13 illustrations for Bulletin No. 314, United States Geological Survey 24.99 

Engraving 5 illustrations for Bulletin No. 320. United States Geological Sur\*ey 3.55 

Engraving2 Illustrations for Bulletin No. 317. United States Geological Survey 8.27 

Engraving 4 illustrations for Bulletin No. 318. United States Geological Survey 9.84 

Engraving 6 illustrations for Water-Supply and Irrigation Paper No. KiO 4.50 

Engraving 21 illustrations for Water-Supply and Irrigation Paper No. 164 22.00 

Engraving 14 illustrations for Water-Supply and Irrigation Paper No. 159 13.76 

Engraving 1 illustration for Water-Supply and Irrigation Paper No. 186 2.75 

Engraving 14 illustrations for Water-Supply and Irrigation Paper No. 181 17.00 

Engraving 37 illustrations for Water-Supply and Irrigation Paper No. 180 17.00 

Engraving .'» illustration.'? for Water-Supply and Irrigation Paper No. 179 27.50 

Engraving 10 illustrations for Water-Supply and Irrigation Paper No. 181 11.00 

Engraving 4S illustrations for Water-Supply and Irrigation Paper No. 182 30.00 

Engraving 13 illustrations for Water-Supply and Irrigation Pap<'r No. 184 9.76 

Engraving 22 illustrations for Water-Supply and Irrigation Paper No. 18.5 18.00 

Engraving 70 illustrations for Water-Supply and Irrigation Pajx'r No. 183 35.00 

Engraving 16 illustrations for Water-Supply and Irrigation Paper No. 187 12.00 

Engraving 1.') illustrations for Water-Supply and Irrigation Paper No. 188 20.85 

Engraving 6 illustrations for Water-Supply and Irrigation Pap<'r No. IW 14.70 

Engraving 4 Illustrations for Water-Snpply anc' Irrigation Pap^r No. 190 21.78 

Engraving >< illu.'^t rations for Water-Supply and Irrigation Pape^r No. HU 22.06 

Engraving 11 illustrations for Water-Supply and Irrigation Paper No. 193 23.53 

Engraving 8 illu.»«trations for Water-supply and Irrigation Paper No. 192 25.63 

Engraving 6 illtistratlons for Water-Supply and Irrigation Paper No. 196 7.06 

J?/7,^«i7/j^ 7 illustrations for Water-Supply and Irrigation Pap^^r No. 194 8.67 



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No. 9. — Statement showing disbursements on account of lithographing and engraving 

during the fiscal year ended June SO^ 1907 — Continued. 

Engraving (wax, line, or zinc, and half tones)— Continued. 

Engraving 1 illustration for Water-Supply and Irrigation Paper No. 207 SI. 96 

Engraving 13 illustrations for Water-Supply and Irrigation Paper No. Ift5 45.06 

Engraving 2 illustrations for Water-Supply and Irrigation Pa| er No. 204 3. 43 

Engfraving 1 illustration for Water-Supply and Irrigation Paper No. 197 8. 33 

Engraving 26 illustrations for Water Supply and Irrigation Paper No. 216 38. 22 

Engraving 1 illustration for Water-Supply and Irrigation Paper No. 201 1. 86 

Engraving 6 illustrations for Water-Supply and Irrigation Paper No. 208 16. 29 

Engraving 2 illustrations for Water-Supply and Irrigation Paper No. 206 3.04 

Engraving 12 illustrations for Water-Supply and Irrigation Paper No. 215 24. 50 

Engraving 10 illustrations for Water-Supply and Irrigation Paper No. 199 19. 60 

Engraving 29 illustrations for Monograph No. 49, United States Geological Survey 400. 00 

Engraving 6 Illustrations for Monograph No. 61 , United States Geological Survey 2. 60 

Engraving 1 illustration for Monograph No. 51, United States Geolc^ical Survey 10. 00 

Engraving 40 illustrations for Monograph No. 50, United States Geological Survey 285. 00 

Engraving 151 illustrations for Monograph No. 49, United States Geological Survey 180.00 

Engraving 7,350 copies of 1 illustration for Professional Paper No. 51, United States Geolog- 
ical Survey 233. 00 

Engraving 24 illustrations for Professional Paper No. 53, United States Geological Survey. . 43.08 

Engraving 2 illustrations for Professional Paper No. 53, United States Geological Survey.. 95.00 

Engraving 67 illustrations for Professional Paper No. 55, United States Geological Survey. . 88. 21 

Engraving 94 illustrations for Professional Paper No. 54, United States Geological Survey. . 128. 00 

Engraving 43 illustrations for Professional Paper No. 56, United States Geological Survey. . 170. 66 

Engraving 18 illustrations for Professional Paper No. 57, United States Geological Survey.. 49.00 

Engraving 14 illustrations for Professional Paper No. 57, United States Geological Survey. . 49. 69 

Engraving 4 illustrations for Professional Paper No. 58, United States Geological [Survey . . 12. 74 

Engraving 8 Illustrations for Annual Report of Commissioners on Education, 1904 65. 00 

Engraving 24 illustrations for Annual Report of Director of Ignited States Geological 

Survey, 1006 847.00 

Engraving 6 illustrations for Report Board of Education 30. 38 

Engraving 1 illustration for Report Board of Education 7.84 

Engraving 1 illustration for Township Range 6. 88 

Engraving 1 illustration for Map of United States showing States named 2. 20 

Engraving 7 Illustrations for The Map Book 3. 68 

Engraving 1 illustration for Seal of Interior Department 6. 60 

Engraving 632 illustrations for Gazette of Tuesday, July 3, 1906 158. 00 

Engraving 610 illustrations for Gazette of Tuesday, July 10, 1906 162. 60 

Engraving 665 illustrations for Gazette of Tuesday, July 17, 1906 166. 26 

Engraving 582 illustrations for Gazette of Tuesday, July 24, 1906 146. 60 

Engraving 695 illustrations for Gazette of Tuesday, July 31, 1906 173.76 

Engraving 617 illustrations for Gazette of Tuesday, August 7, 1906 154. 26 

Engraving 645 illustrations for Gazette of Tuesday, August 14, 1906 161. 25 

Engraving 713 illustrations for Gazette of Tuesday, August 21, 1906 178. 25 

Engraving 722 illustrations for Gazette of Tuesday, August 28, 1906 180. 50 

Engraving 681 illustrations for Gazette of Tuesday, September 4, 1906 170. 25 

Engraving 716 illustrations for Gazette of Tuesday, September 11, 1906 179. 00 

Engraving 698 illustrations for Gazette of Tuesday, September 18, 1906 174. 60 

Engraving 699 illustrations for Gazette of Tuesday, September 25, 1906 174. 76 

Engraving 819 illustrations for Gazette of Tuesday, October 2, 1906 204. 78 

Engraving 866 illustrations for Gazette of Tuesday, October 9, 1906 216. 50 

Engraving 871 Illustrations for Gazette of Tuesday, October 16, 1906 217. 76 

Engraving 821 illustrations for Gazette of Tuesday, October 23, 1906 205. 25 

Engraving 938 illustrations for Gazette of Tuesday, October 30, 1906 '. 234. 60 

Engraving 909 illustrations for Gazette of Tuesday, November 6, 1906 227. 26 

Engraving 874 illustrations for Gazette of Tuesday, November 13, 1906 218. 60 

Engraving 824 illustrations for Gazette of Tuesday, November 20, 1906 206. 00 

Engraving 856 illustrations for Gazette of Tuesday, November 27, 1906 214. 00 

Engraving 832 illustrations for Gazette of Tuesday, December 4, 1906 208. 00 

Engraving 812 illustrations for Gazette of Tuesday, December 11, 1906 203. 00 

Engraving 288 illustrations for Gazette of Tuesday, December 18, 1906 197. 00 

Engraving 933 illustrations for Gazette of Tuesday, December 25, 1906 233. 26 

Engraving 861 illustrations for Gazette of Tuesday, January 1, 1907 215.26 

Engraving 840 Illustrations for Gazette of Tuesday, January 8, 1907 210. 00 

Engraving 673 illustrations for Gazette of Tuesday, January 15, 1907 168. 76 

Engraving 638 illustrations for Gazette of Tuesday, January 22, 1907 \SJ^.Ui 



38 REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 

No. 9. — Statement showing disbursements on account of lithographing and engraving 

during the fiscal year ended June SOy 1907 — Continued. 

Engraving (wax, line, or zinc, and half tones) —Continued. 

Engraving 885 illustrations for Gazette of Tuesday, January 29, 1907 $221. 25 

Engraving 866 illustrations for Gazette of Tuesday, February 5, 1907 21&60 

Engraving 917 illustrations for Gazette of Tuesday, February 12, 1907 229.25 

ISngraving 896 illustrations for Gazette of Tuesday, February 19, 1907 224. 00 

Engraving 805 illustrations for Gazette of Tuesday, February 26, 1907 20L25 

Engraving 831 illustrations for Gazette of Tuesday, March 5, 1907 207. 76 

Engraving 3 illustrations for Gazette of Tuesday, March 5, 1907 .75 

Engraving 966 illustrations for Gazette of Tuesday, March 12, 1907 241.50 

Engraving 832 illustrations for Gazette of Tuesday, March 19, 1907 206.00 

Engraving 760 Illustrations for Gazette of Tuesday, March 26, 1907 19a 00 

Engraving 924 illustrations for Gazette of Tuesday, April 2, 1907 231.00 

Engraving 970 illustrations for Gazette of Tuesday, April 9, 1907 242. 50 

Engraving 954 illustrations for Gazette of Tuesday, April 16, 1907 238. 50 

Engraving 899 illustrations for Gazette of Tuesday, April 23, 1907 224. 75 

Engraving 910 illustrations for Gazette of Tuesday, April 30, 1907 227. 50 

Engraving 945 illustrations for Gazette of Tuesday, May 7, 1907 236.25 

Engraving 908 illustrations for Gazette of Tuesday, May 14, 1907 227. 00 

Engraving 895 illustrations for Gazette of Tuesday, May 21 , 1907 222. 50 

Engraving 1 illustration for Extract from Mineral Resources 6. 00 

Engraving 1 illustration for Leasing of Oil Lands in the Indian Territory 15.50 

Engraving 1 illustration for Map and Description of Character of Pasture Lands in Okla- 
homa 12. 74 

Engraving 1 illustration for Correspondence in Relation to Coal Lands in Indian Territory. 3.92 

Engraving 1 illustration for Hand Book American Indians, Pt. 2 1.47 

Engraving 29 illustrations for Facsimile Signature's 28.90 

Engraving 17 illustrations for Director OlTice Exp«»riment Stations 35.00 

Engraving 4 Illustrations for Director Office Experiment Stations 6.75 

Engraving 10.5 illustrations for Secretary of Agriculture, 1905 43. 75 

Engraving 7 illustrations for Report on Climatology of the United States 36.00 

Engraving 24 illustrations for Annual Report of the Bureau of Animal Industry 52.90 

Engraving 69 illustrations for Annual Report of the I'nited States Reclamation Service 131.01 

Engraving 34 illustrations for Annual Report of the United States Reclamation Service. . . 167. 73 
Engraving C illustrations for Annual Report of the Porto Rico Agricultural Experiment 

Station, 190^) 15. 56 

Engraving 9 illustrations for Annual Report of the Secretary of Agriculture, 1906 9. 50 

Engraving 19 illustrations for Annual Report of the Alaska Experiment Stations, 1906 30.38 

Engraving 43 illustrations for Annual Report of the Secretary of Agriculture, 1906 95. 00 

Engraving 42 illustrations for Annual Report of the Director, OlBce of Experiment Sta- 
tions, 1906 53. 18 

Engraving 2 illustrations for Form No. 87n, Department of Agriculture 11.00 

Engraving 1 illustration for Form No. 947, Department of .Agriculture 3.00 

Engraving 2 illustrations for Form No. H74-10 Bureau of Forestr>' 5.00 

Engraving 2 illustrations for Form No. H74-11, Bureau of Forestry 5.00 

Engraving 1 illustration for Filing Cards 1.00 

Engra\'ing 1 illustration for Progress in Forestry 400 

Engraving 2 illustrations for Form 1732, Instructions to Applicants '. 1."^ 

Engraving 2 illustrations for Cipher-Co<le Disks 18.00 

Engraving 1 illustration for Calendar 34.30 

Engraving 9 illustrations for North American Fauna, 26 84.00 

Engraving 1 illustration for Labels, Economic Conditions, Bureau of Plant Industry .96 

Engraving 1 illustration for Lal)els, Economic Conditions, Bureau of Plant Industry .96 

Engraving 1 Illustration for Blanks, Register Sheets, Offioe Experiment Stations 14 70 

Engraving 1 illustration for Field Program of the Forest Service for May 3. 43 

Engraving 6 illustrations for Distribution of Cotton Seed, 1907 8. 82 

Engraving 2 illustrations for The Use Book, Regulations and Instructions for Use of National 

Forests 2.04 

Engraving 7 illustrations for Use of National Forests 22.74 

Engraving 10 illustrations for Technical Series No. 12, Bureau of Entomology 7.84 

Engraving 6 illustrations for Technical Series No. 13, Bureau of Entomology 17. 54 

Engraving 3 illustrations for Circular No. 80, Bureau of Entomology 2L 26 

Engraving 5 illustrations for Circular No. 81, Bureau of Entomology 12.25 

Engraving 1 illustration for Circular No. 84, Bureau of Entomology 490 

Engraving 3 illustrations for Circular No. 87, Bureau of Entomology 3. 06 

Engraving 2 illustrations for Circular No. 88, Bureau of Entomology 2L96 



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No. 9. — Statement showing diabursements on account of lithographing and engraving 

during the fiscal year ended June SO, 1907 — Continued. 

Engraving (wax, line, or zinc, and half tones)— Continaed. 

Engraving 6 Ulustrations for Bulletin No. 50, Bureau of Entomology S35.00 

Engraving illustrations for Bulletin No. 58, Bureau of Entomology 18. 50 

Engraving 14 illustrations for Bulletin No. 60, Bureau of Entomology 46. 00 

Engraving 4 illustrations for Bulletin No. 62, Bureau»of Entomology 11. 00 

Engraving 1 illustration for Bulletin No. 63, Bureau of Entomology 5. 88 

Engraving 1 illustration for Bulletin No. 63, Bureau of Entomology 2. 04 

Engraving 1 illustration for Bulletin No. 64, Bureau of Entomology .08 

Engraving 2 illustrations for Bulletin No. 63, Pt. IX, Bureau of Entomology 3. 02 

Engraving 1 illustration for Bulletin No. 64, Pt. II, Bureau of Entomology 2. 56 

Engraving 1 illustration for Bulletin No. 63, Pt. VII, Bureau of Entomology 0. 80 

Engraving 1 illustration for Bulletin No. 63, Pt. V, Bureau of Entomology 0. 80 

Engraving 6 illustrations for Bulletin No. 12,Pt. Ill, Bureau of Entomology 27. 44 

Engraving 3 illustrations for Bulletin No. 64, Pt . I, Bureau of Entomology 8. 8z 

Engraving 5 illustrations for Bulletin No. 65, Bureau of Entomology 10. 78 

Engraving 3 illustrations for Bulletin No. 62, Pt. 1 1, Bureau of Entomology 3. 43 

Engraving 34 illustrations for Bulletin No. 71, Bureau of Entomology 40. 36 

Engraving 5 illustrations for Bulletin No. 69, Bureau of Entomology 8. 82 

Engraving 10 illustrations for Bulletin No. 68, Pt. I , Bureau of Entomology 14. 31 

Engraving 1 illustration for Bulletin No. 70, Bureau of "Entomology 3. 53 

Engraving 2 illustrations for Bulletin No. 68, Pt.II, Bureau of Entomology 4.34 

Engraving 3 illustrations for Bulletin No. 84, Bureau of Chemistry 4. 00 

Engraving 13 illustrations for Bulletin No. 102, Bureau of Chemistry 22. 54 

Engraving 1 illustration for Bulletin No. 105, Bureau of Chemistry 1. 13 

Engraving 4 illustrations for Bulletin No. 27, Biological Survey 16. 50 

Engraving 11 illustrations for Bulletin No. 27, Office of Public Roads 30. 00 

Engraving 21 illustrations for Bulletin No. 29, Office of Public Roads 27. 73 

Engraving 12 illustrations for Bulletin No. 31, Office of Public Roads 16. 51 

Engraving 15 Illustrations for Bulletin No. 30, Office of Public Roads 22. 20 

Engraving 1 illustration for Bulletin No. 247, Office of Experiment Stations (Farmer's) 1. 00 

Engraving 2 illustrations for Bulletin No. 262, Office of Experiment Stations (Farmer's) .. . 2. 75 

Engraving 10 illustrations for Bulletin No. 263, Office of Exi>eriment Stations (Farmer's) . . 28. 00 

Engraving 37 illustrations for Bulletin No. 200, Office of Experiment Stations (Farmer's) . . 62. 60 

Engraving 9 illustrations for Bulletin No. 274, Office of £xx)criment Stations {Farmers') ... 37. 07 

Engraving 10 illustrations for Bulletin No. 282, Office of Experiment Stations (Farmer's) . . 26. 07 

Engraving 7 illustrations for Bulletin No. 280, Office of Exi)eriment Stations (Farmer's) ... 7. 64 

Engraving 2 illustrations for Bulletin No. 200, Office of Experiment Stations (Farmer's) ... 2.82 

Engraving 16 illustrations for Bulletin No. 201, Office of Experiment Stations (Farmer's) . . 10. 74 

Engraving 2 illustrations for Bulletin No. 202, Office of Exx)criment Stations (Farmer's) ... 3. 28 

Engraving illustrations for Bulletin No. 204, Office of Experiment Stations (Farmer's) ... 8. 82 

Engraving 1 illustration for Bulletin No. 270, Office of Experiment Stations (Farmer's) 1. 23 

Engraving 5 illustrations for Bulletin No. 100, Pt. IV, Bureau of Plant Industry 18. 00 

Engraving 67 illustrations for Bulletin No. 02, Bureau of Plant Industry 132. 00 

Engraving 4 illustrations for Bulletin No. 04, Bureau of Plant Industry 11. 00 

Engraving 4 illustrations for Bulletin No. 100, Pt. V, Bureau of Plant Industry. 18. 00 

Engraving 8 illustrations for Bulletin No. 06, Bureau of Plant Industry 22. 00 

Engraving 2 Illustrations for Bulletin No. 100, Pt. VI, Bureau of Plant Industry 6. 00 

Engraving 3 illustrations for Bulletin No. 100, Pt. VIII, Bureau of Plant Industry 11. 76 

Engraving 1 illustration for Bulletin No. 102, Pt. I, Bureau of Plant Industry 5. 40 

Engraving 12 illustrations for Bulletin No. 00, Bureau of Plant Industry 21. 56 

Engraving 2 illustrations for Bulletin No. 102, Pt. II, Bureau of Plant Industry , 5. 88 

Engraving 28 illustrations for Bulletin No. 06, Bureau of Plant Industry 114. 66 

Engraving 6 illustrations for Bulletin No. 05, Bureau of Plant Industry 3. 02 

Engraving 6 illustrations for Bulletin No. 102, Bureau of Plant Industry 17. 64 

Engraving 2 illustrations for Bulletin No. 102, Bureau of Plant Industry 1. 18 

Engraving alterations on 2 illustrations for Bulletin No. 06, Bureau of Plant Industry 5. 00 

Engraving 6 illustrations for Bulletin No. 08, Bureau of Plant Industry 23. 68 

Engraving 1 illustration for Bulletin No. 102, Pt. V, Bureau of Plant Industry 3. 68 

Engraving 16 illustrations for Bulletin No. 103, Bureau of Plant Industry 10. 00 

Engraving 3 illustrations for Bulletin No. 102, Pt. VI, Bureau of Plant Industry 12.60 

Engraving 13 illustrations for Bulletin No. 76, Cotton Production, Bureau of Plant Industry. 66. 84 

Engraving 7 illustrations for Bulletin No. 108, Bureau of Plant Industry 10. 10 

Engraving 1 illustration for Plan of Model Southern Farm, Bureau of Plant Industry 3. 02 

Engraving 1 iliustratlon for Bulletin No. HI, Pt. I, Bureau of Plant Industry fi. 88 

Engraving 24 illostrations for Bulletin No. 100, Bureau of Plant Industry VSk«^l^ 



40 BEPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTEB. 

No. 9. — Statement ahoving dubursements on account of lithographing and engraving 
during thefiical year ended June SO, 1907 — Continued. 

Engrnving (Wil, line, or line, and bait !,,[i™ , r.iiiiKiucd. 

EngiBving 2 ill u«t rations (or Circular No. 38, Bureau of Forortry — S&.OI) 

Engraving 3 illustrations (or Circular No. 3g, Bureau of Foicstr; 8.00 

Engraving I illustration (orCin^ular No. 30, Burvftu ol Fotcstty l-CD 

EngrsTlngl lUuat ration for Circular No. 36, Bureau ol Forestry 3.60 

Ei«ravlng*iUll9trations lor Circular No. *6, Bureau of Forestry >.« 

Eogravliig 4 illustrations for Circular No. «, Bureau o( Forestry ItO 

Engraving 5 illust rations for Circular No. 17, Bureau o( Forestry S.H 

Engraving IT iUU-'trntiona lor Clniaur No. xi. Bun'mi <>( Fof^strj 3».a0 

EngrBvingHllii^lrallnnstot Clri'ulur Su.sl, Buredii ol Kitrejtry 1.W 

EngravingllUustretlonforClTcularNo. 97, Bureau of Forestry 2.X 

Engraving I illustration (or Circular No. 79. Bureau of Forestry 2.11 

Engravings illustrations J<]rrin:ulur No —.Special Telephone Lines In National Forest*,.. 4.11 

Engraving 2 lUualratlOBS for Circular No. 98, Bureau o( Forestry l.W 

Engravings Illustrations for Circular No. IS, Bureau o( Forestry 3.70 

Engraving* Illustrations for Circular No, 101. Bureau ol Forestry.. L 1.41 

Engraving 2 Illustrations for Circular No. 104, Bureau of Forestry I.IJ 

Engraving 2 lUustratlonsforNatlojuU Forest Onler 23 2.01 

Engraving 37 illinlrationflfor BiJii'iln No, 73, Burtuu of Forestry BD.0O 

Engraving] illustration far Bullgtin No. 7i (reengravlng), Bureau of Forestry 3.00 

Engraving 1 iUuMratlon tor Bulletin No, Tl, Bureau of Forestry 1.00 

Engraving 7 illustrations for H.ill-lln No, i». Burcuu ol Forestry 30.00 

Engraving 12 iUustratloQsi.jrBulltlin No. 72. Bon-jiuol Forestry 10.40 

Engraving 1 illustration for Soil Survey of Carrlngton Area, N, Dak,, lOOS 

Engraving 1 1 llustniUon for Soil 9 ur\'cy of Scotland County Area, 'Mo., 1B05 

Engraving 1 Illustration for Soil Survey olChorokCT County S.C, 1905 

Engraving 1 illustration (or Soil Survey o( Hontgoniery, I'u., IBOS 

Engraving 1 iliiiat ration for Boil Survey of Cleveland Area, Ohio, IMS 

Engravlnglillu8tration(orSoUSurveyo(PortageCounty Area, Wis., lOOS 

Engraving! illustration for Soil Survey of Oalatin Area, Hont., igOG 

Engraving! Illustration for Soil Survey of Sharp County Anea.Netir.. IMS 

Engraving I illustration for Soil Survey of McCrocken County Ky 19DS 

Engraving 1 illustration tor Soil Survey oflToustonCounlj, Tu«.,]60s 

Engraving 1 illustration lor Soil Survey 0( Biiighamton Area, N. Y., 1905 

Engraving 1 Illust rati on (or Boil Survey ol Everett Area, Wash,. 190S 

Engnivlngllllust™tlon(or Soil Survey ©(Stockton Arta.Cal 1905 

Engraving I illustration (or Soil Survey of YorktoWH Area.Vo 1S03 

Engraving 1 illusl^llon (or Soil Survey of Oilord Area, Mich., 1905 

Ei«ravingl lUuatratlon for Soil Survey of Tippecanoe, Ind., 1905 

Engraving I illuslratlon lor Soil Suney of Madi'on County Ky,. 1905 

Engraving] illustration for Soil Survey of Tnmpklni Ciiiintj Ar»a, N, Y., 1905 

Engraving 1 iUustration (or Soil Survey of Crnwdint lounly Mo., 1905 

Engraving! illustration lor Soil Survey o( <irai]. I Junction .^rea, Colo., 1905 

Engraving! Illusi ration lor Soil Survey ol Way Cross .\re«, C.a,, 1905 

Engraving I illustration lor Soil Survey of San Marco Area. Ton., 190(1 

Engraving liUustration (or Soil Survey n( Lee bounty, Alft,, lOOil 

Engraving! illustration for Soil Survey of NevltanoverOounty N. C, 1906 

Engraving I iliuatrationlnrSoil Survey of MODtgamery County, Miss., 1900 

Engraving! tllustraiion for Soil Snr«y of Escambia County Fla., IHMi 

Engraving i tllinimtion InrS.iU Survey of ■ . ; ■ . i i „ igoii 



Engravingl ■ :-..■ ii; ,.:,.'., ..im ,i( Scrfla 

Engraringiiiiii-ifjiiloniii. Huuriiu >». :ir, liiirenu o( Bolls 

Engraiing 12 illusi rations for BiUletln No, 39, Bureau a( Soils 

Bngrating 23 iiliixt rations (or nmh-tln Nn. 3H, Bureau ol Soils 

Engraving li Illust rations lor Bulletin No. M. Iliimu of Soils 

Engra\ing 5 Illustrations (or llulh'llh No. 41, llureau ol Soils 

Engraving llliusl rations (or Diilletln No. O. Bureau of Soils 

Engraving 3 Illusi rations (or Itiilletin No. 43, Bureau nf Soils , 

Engraving 4 lllun rations (or lluUelln So. 44, Bureau ol Soils , 

Engrat-lng 3 Illustrations lor llalletln No. 45. Dun'au o[ Soils 

Engraving! Illusi ration [nr Soil Survey of Hadlson County, Trnn.. 190ii.. 
Engraving I lUustratlon (or Soil Surrey ol Cass County. Mich.. 1906 



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No. 9. — Statement showing disbursements on account of lithographing and engraving 

during the fiscal year ended June SO, 1907 — Continued. 

Engraving (wax, line, or zinc, and hilf tones)— Continund. 

Engra\'lng 1 Illustration for Soil Survey of Chowan County, N. C, 1906 $0. 98 

Engraving 1 illustration for Soil Survey of Racine County, Wis., 100<'. ]. 47 

Engraxing 1 illustration for Soil Survey of Madison County, N. Y 1. 72 

Engra\ing 1 illustration for Soil Surv^ey of Grainger County, Tenn 1. 47 

Engraving 1 illustration for Soil Survey of Crookston Area, Minn 1. 47 

Engraving 1 illustration for Soil Survey of Blue Earth County, Minn 1. 47 

Engra\ing 20 illustrations for Bulletin No. 169, Experiment Stations 40. 00 

Engraving 7 illustrations for Bulletin No. 167, Experiment Stations 10. 00 

Engraving 9 illustrations for Bulletin No. 170, Experiment Stations 25. 00 

Engraving 13 illustrations for Bulletin No. 171, Experiment Stations 41. 00 

Engra\ing 1 illustration for Bulletin No. 16S, Experiment Stations 1. 50 

Engra\ing 18 illustrations for Bullelln No. 172, Experiment Stations 35. 00 

Engra\ing 4 illustrations for Bulletin No. 173, Experiment Stations 17. 84 

Engraving 24 illustrations for Bulletin No. 173, Exp<>rinumt Stations : 25. 97 

Engraving 16 illustrations for Bulletin No. 179. Experimjmt Stations 24. 70 

Engraving 8 illustrations for Bulletin No. 175, Experiment Stations 14. 37 

p:ngrav-ing 21 illustrations for Bulletin No. 177, Experiment Stations 23. 52 

Engraving 4 illustrations for Circular No. 57, Experinumt Stations 7. 00 

Engraving 14 illustrations for Bulletin No. 179, Expt^rimeut Stations 18.62 

Engraving 4 illustrations for Bulletin No. 183, Exp<^riment Stations 6.71 

Engraving 2 illustrations for Bulletin No. 3, Experiment Stations . 3. 92 

Engraving 13 illustrations for Bulletin No. 186, Experiment Stations 8. 09 

Engraving 6 illustrations for Bulletin No. IRS, Experiment Stations 8. 06 

Engraving 10 illustrations for Bulletin No. 181, Experiment Stations 7. 67 

Engraving 2 illu.strations for Bulletin No. 189, Experiment Stations 1. 47 

Engraving 1 illustration for Bulletin No. 89, Bureau of Animal Industry .98 

Engraving 7 illustrations for Bulletin No. 87, Bureau of Animal Industry 25. 00 

Engraving illustrations for Bulletin No. 90, Bureau of Animal Industry' 45. 78 

Engraving 7 illustrations for Bulletin No. 91, Bureau of Animal Industry 19. 11 

Engraving 10 illustrations for Bulletin No. 27, Bun-au of Animal Industry 39. 00 

Engraving 7 illustrations for Bulletin No. 92, Bureau of Animal Industry 6. 86 

Engraving 10 illustrations for Bulletin No. 92, Bureau of Animal Industry 22. 00 

Engraving 12 illustrations for Bulletin No. 92, Bureau of Animal Industry 14.70 

Enff^aving 10 illustrations for Bulletin No. 98, Bureau of Animal Industry 7.84 

Engraving 3 illu.strations for Circular No. 109, Bureau of Animal Industry 4. 41 

Engraving 48 illustrations, maps, general statistical work, Census OfiBce 285. 00 

Engraving 24 illu.strations, Report Twelfth Census on Manufactures,-Vol. VII. Ft. 1 750. 00 

Engraving 1 illustration, map of the United States 1. 40 

Engraving 1 illustration for zinc etching for Census Office .98 

Engraving 1 illustration for Special Report on Wealth, Debt, and Taxation, 1902 5. 39 

Engraving 3 illustrations for Special Report on Mortality, 1905 7. 84 

Engraving 1 illustration for notice regarding valuables and money 1. 96 

Engraving 1 illustration for Engineer Blank, Census OfTice 6. 37 

Engraving 1 illustration for Bulletin No, 61, Census Office 1. 47 

Engraving 18 illustrations for Bulletin No. 65, C<'nsus Office 52. 63 

Engraving 1 illustration for Bulletin No. 8, Census Office 25. 00 

Engraving 6 illustrations for Bulletin No. 68. Census O ffico 19. 60 

Engraving 1 illu.stration for Bulletin No. 71 , Census Office 1. 96 

Engraving 11 illustrations for Bulletin No. 73, Bu«eau Census, 1905 38 22 

Engraving 10 illustrations for Bulletin No. 77, Bureau Census, 1905 29. 40 

Engraving 5 Illustrations for Bullotin No. 78, Bureau Census, 1905 3. 92 

Engraving 16 illustrations for Spt^cial Report on Wealth, Debt, and Taxation, 1902 18a 00 

Engraving 42 illustrations for Special Report on Manufactures, Census of 1905 60. 76 

Engraving 1 illustration for Bulletin of the United States Fish Commission, 1906 .98 

Engraving 44 illustrations for Bulletin of the United States Fish Commission, 1906, Vol. 26. . 63. 90 

Engraving 4 Illustrations for Bulletin of the United States Fish Commission, 1906, Vol. 26. . 3. 88 

Engraving 70 illustrations fot Bulletin of the United States Fish Commission, 1906. Vol. 26. . 34, 68 
Engraving 10 illustrations for Part of Bulletin of the United States Fish Commission, 1906, 

Vol. 26 10. 08 

Engraving 1 illustration for Survey of Oyster Bottoms. Matagorda Bay, Texas 6. 86 

Engraving 21 illustrations for Survey of Oyster Bottoms, Matagorda Bay, Texa s 83. 30 

Engraving 14 illustrations. United States Coast Pilot, West Indies, Porto Rico, and adjacent 

Isles 1<i,<5f:i 

18937— S. Doc. 5, 60-1 4 



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No. 9. — Statmictif shov ing disbursements on account of lithographing and engraving 

during the fiscal year cndid June 30, 1V07 — Continued. 

Engraving (wax. lino, or zinc, aiul half tones)— rontiniiod. 
Engraving 1 illustration for Koport of Superintendent of the United States Coaet and 

Geodetic Survey. KMMi $3. 52 

EngraWng 7 illust nttions for Study of Twin Lakes. Colorado 19. 60 

Engraving ;i3 illustrations for Catalogue of Charts. VM7 242. 55 

Engraving G illustrations for Pilot Rules. Inland Waters. .Atlantic and Pacific Coasts 4-51 

Engra\ing 2 illust rations for Daily Con-«ular and Trade Reports for October, 1906 6. 37 

Engraving 1 illustration for Daily Consular and Trade Reports for Februar>', 1907 2.94 

Engra\-ing 1 illustration for Daily Consular and Trade Reports for May. 1907 3.92 

Engraving 1 illustration for Daily Consular and Trade Reports for May, 1907 3. 92 

Engraving o illustrations for Bulletin No. 42. Bureau of Statistics 62.50 

Engraving '20 illustrations for Bulletin No. 48. Bureau of Statistics 46.00 

Engraving I illustration for Bulletin No. 50, Bureau of Statistics 3.18 

Engraving 4 illustrations for Bulletin No. UK Bureau of Labor 24.50 

Engraving 1 illustration for Report of Stay Bolts and Inspections of Boilers 25.00 

Engraving .5 illustrations for Form No. 801, Steamboat-Inspection Ser\ice 10.78 

Engraving U'> illustrati<»ns for Rules and Regulations, Anchorage of Vessels in New York 

Harbor 40. 18 

Engraving .■>2 illustrations for Bulletin No. 5. Bureau of Standards 160.00 

Engraving 2 illustrations for Bulletin No. 5. Bureau of Standards 2.50 

Engraving 07 illustrations for Pt. 8. Vol. 2, Bureau of Standards 426.50 

Engraving 11 illustrations for I't. L Vol.3, Bureau of Standards 72.03 

Engraving A illustrations for Bureau of Standards 28.42 

Engr.'iving 21 illustrations for I't. 2, Vol. 3, Bureau of Standards 94.08 

Engraving II illustrations for Pt. 2. Vol. 3. Bureau of Standards 10.78 

Engraving 1 illustration for Pt. 3, Vol. 3. Bureau of Standards 8.33 

Engraving illustrations for Pt. 2. Vol. 3. Bureau of Standards 19.60 

EngMving 1 illustration for Pt. 3, Vol. 3. Bureau of Standards 14. 70 

Engraving 3 illustrations for Dies for Letter Heads and P'nvelopes 11. 76 

Engraving 1 illustration for Dies for Ciovemment Printing Ollice 3.92 

Engraving 4 illust rations for Dies for Government Printing Ollice 5.88 

Engraving 1 illustrati(»n for Paper Schedule, 1«»07 1.96 

Engraving Plates for Printing Matter for Government Printing Oflice 125.00 

Engraving 1 illustration for Circular Letter of the Public Printer 6.37 

Engraving 1 illustration for Letter of Instructi<ms of the Public Printer 2.94 

Engraving 3 illustrations for Animal Report of Columbia Lying-in Asylimi 20.00 

Engraving 3 illustrations for Annual Report of Public Lil)rary 18. 62 

Engraving 2 illustrations for Annual Report of Boanl of Charities 49.00 

Engraving 2fl illustrations for Report of Isthmian Canal 396.90 

Engraving 1 illustration for Bulletin No. 1, Laboratory Board of Health 4-90 

Engraving 2 illustrations. Form No. 151, Isthmian Canal Affairs 5.02 

Engraving 1 illust rat if >n. Circular .\(». 3b), Istlunian Canal Commission 3.00 

Engraving 4 {'lustrations for Panama Railroad Company, Commis.sary Coupon Books 27.44 

Engraving 1 illustration for Ollicial Seal, Government of Cunal Zone 5.39 

Engraving r>(J illustrations for Bulletin No. 32, Btireau (»f .\merican Ethnology 70.00 

Engranng 4 illustrations for Bulletin No. .30, Bureau of American Ethnology 5.88 

Engraving G illust rati(ms for Bulletin No. .30, Bureau of .\merican Ethnology 7.84 

Engraving 21 illustrations for Bulletin No. .30, Bureau of .Vmerican Ethnology 24-50 

Engraving 2 illustnitions for Bulletin No. 51), Bureau of .Vmerican Ethnology 1.96 

Engraving 47 illustrations for Bulletin No. .3.3. Bureau of American Ethnology 49.00 

Engraving 14 illustrations for Bulletin No. 35. Bureau of .Vmerican Ethnology 39.20 

Engr.iving 40« illustrations for Twenty-fifth .Vnnual Report of Bureau of Ethnology 382.03 

Engr.ivingU illustrations for Twenty-fifth .\nnual Report of BureiiU of Ethnology 22.00 

Engraving 201 illustrations for Twenty-vsixth Ann*: d Report of Bureau of Ethnology 18.05 

Engraving 318 illustrations for Twenty-sixth .Vnniial Report of Bureau of Ethnology 281.20 

Engraving 4 illustrations for Annual Report of Smithsonian Institution, 1905 47.04 

Engraving 140 illustrations for Annual lieport (»f Smithsonian Institution. 1905 401.60 

Engraving H)5 illustrations for PnHee«lings of the Inlte*! States National Museum, Vol. 31. 446.70 

Engraving .3<r2 illustrations for Procee<lings (»f the I'nited States National Museum, Vol. 32. 669.71 

Engraving 2 illustrations for liulletin No. 5«i, National Museiun 62.50 

Engr.iving 332 illustrations for Bulletin .No. 'm'k National Museinii ^ 550.00 

Engraving 312 illustrations for Bulletin No. .')7, .National Mu.seum 126. 10 

Engraving 21 illustrati(»ns for Vol. 11. Pt. 1. Contril)Ution to lnite<l States National Her- 

ba rium 135. 00 



REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 43 

No. 9. — Statement showing disbursements on account of lithographing and engraving 

during the fiscal year ended June 30, 1907 — Continued. 

Engraving (wax, line, or zinc, and half tones) — Continued. 
Engraving 1 illustration for Vol. 11, Pt. 1, Contributions to United States National Her- 
barium 17. 00 

Engraving 40 illustrations for Vol. 10, Pt 3., Contributions to United States National Her- 
barium 64. 76 

Engraving 52 illustrations for Vol. 10, Pt. 5, Contributions to United States National Her- 
barium 98. 00 

Engraving 70 illustrations for Birds of North and Middle America 259. 70 

Engraving 97 illustrations for Recent Madreporaria of Hawaiian Islands, by T. H. Vaughan. 867. 32 

Engraving 1 illustration for Case No. 24887, Court of Claims 2. fiO 

Engraving 6 illustrations for Case No. 29907, Court of Claims 4. 41 

Engraving 1 illustration for Case No. 2()583, Court of Claims 2. 94 

Engraving 2 illustrations for Case No. 27586, Court of Claims 3. 43 

Engraving 1 illustration for Case No. 29988, Court of Claims 7. 35 

Engraving 1 illustration to accompany Decision No. 861, Interstate Commerce Conmiission, 2. 45 

Engraving 1 illustration to accompany Decision No. 862, Interstate Commerce Conmiission. 2. 46 

Engraving 1 illustration to accompany Decision No. 705, Interstate Commerce Conunission. 2. 00 

Engiaving 1 illustration to accompany Decision No. 712, Interstate Commerce Commission. 1. 76 

Total engraving (wax, line, or zinc and half tones) 31, 707. 31 

RECAPITULATION. 

Lithographing (engraving and printing) 102,038. 20 

Engraving (wax, line, or zinc, and half tones) 31, 707. 31 

Total 133,745.61 



44 KEPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 

No. 10. — Statement of the estimated cost of printing ^ binding ^ etc., documents printed by 

during the fiscal year ended 

[Of the nuinl)er of copies printed, those marked C*) embrace the usual or regular 



Title of document. 



Ry what authority Jl^; Number of 
printed. ^«^ copies. 



Abridgment of Messages an<l Documents, 2d session 59th 
Congress: 
Vol.1 Act Jan. 12, 1895 1,012 3,584 

I 

Vol. 2 do... 1,192 3,584 

President's Annual Message, pamphlet form, 2d session do 64 . 7,600 

59th Congress. 

Message of the President of the United Stat e.'^ concerning Joint resolution Jan. 64 14,000 

the Panama Canal, with map, 2d session 59th Congress. 16, 1907. 
Report of the >fH'retary of War, 19(Hi: 

Vol. 1. Report uf the .Secretary of War and Mi.scella- Act Jan. 12, li<95 680 ♦1,877 

neons Reports (]l. Doc. No. 2, pt. 1. 2d sess. 59th 
Cong. I. 

Vol. 2. Annaniont. Transportation, and Supply (II do 262 * 1,882 

Doc No. 2. pt. 2. 2d se<s. oMh Cong.). ( 

Vol. 'S. Reports of Division and Department Com- do 328 ♦1,877 

manders II. Doc. No. 2. pt, 3. 2d sess. 59th Cong.^. 

Vol. 4. Militia .Mfairs, Militan.' Schools and Colleges, do 336 ♦1,882 

and Militiiry Parks (]l. Doc. No. 2. pt. 4, 2d sess. 
59th Cong. . 

Vol. 7. Report of the Philippine Commission TI. Doc. - do 

No. 2. pT.. 7. 2d sess. 51»th Cong.;. 

Vol. h. Report of the Pliilippine rommission HI. Doc do 

No. 2, pt. s, 2d sess. .7.uh Cong.). 

Vol. 9. Rf[.r.rl (•[ the Philippine Commission ' II. Doc do 

No. 2. pr. !•. 2d sess. 'Mh Cong. . 

Vol. 10, Acts and Re^ohitions of the Philippine Com- do 

mi'-'-ion H. Dik^. No. 2. pt. 10. 2d sess. 5iHh Cong.). 

Annual Rej.ort of the Chief of Kngineers. I'.KXi. .Vppendix do 

E E K. Pmlic Muilding.> and (irounds. 

Report of the Se<Tetury of the Navy, P.M)*. t II. D^X". No. 3, do 

2d sess. .V.nh Cong.'. 

Report of the Postmaster-<"ieneral. 190»i vll. Doc. No. 4, do 

2d sess. .7.»th Cong. . 

Report of the S<>r'retary of the Interior. I'.O.'i, Report of do 

the (oriinisvi.in to the Five Civili/.eil Trihes, Vol. 2, 
pt. 2 11. D'H^'. No. .',. vol. J. pt. 2. 1st sess. fMli Cong.). 

Topical Iiile.x to il:c Twehe .\nnuid Rej.orts of the Com- Concurrent resolu- 136 ♦1,101 

mission to the live (■i\ ilized Tribes to tlie Secretary of tlon Jime28, 1906. 
the Interior S. D^^-c. No. .Vi*".. 1st «e<s. .'j9th Cong.). 
Report of the Secretary of the Interif)r. VMn): 

\'i>\. 1. RejM.rt of the Conunis'.ioner of the General Act Jan. 12, 1895 840 ♦1,806 

L;ind Oilice. Hiirejiu <'>llK-ers C II. Doc. No. 5. 2d sess. , 

.VMli f "ong. . ' 

Vol J. Rej./.rt of the (■oniirii>-.».ion«r of Indian Affairs <lo 842 ♦1,806 

1 il. Do<-. No. :, j>j. J. Jd -.e-.**. ,7.«th ("ong.,. | 

\'ol .1, Mweil;,ni'oii- Pieports. etc. 'II. Doc. No. 5 do I 740 j *2,724 

pt. :i. 2d '■e-s .V'lh r.)i,g. . 



744 


♦1,877 


436 , 


♦1,877 


826 i 


*1,877 


518 


♦1,882 


132 

1 


100 


1 
1,120 1 


♦1,857 


388: 

1 


♦1,757 , 

1 


296 . 


♦1.805 ! 



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authority of laWj joint or concurrent resolutions, or by order of either House of Congress , 
June SOf 1907 1 and how distributed. 

number, which Is not included in the general distribution of the public documents.] 



'Cost of com- 

Costof I J^^^ji}""^' 
lithn- stereotyp- 

CTanhtie *"«' P^^^ ^^^^t of Cost of 
^nSan^ work, fold- paper. ' binding. 

gnivrng. ing plates. 1 

etc. 



Total cost. 



How distributed. 



153.90 



1,342.45 

1,714.38 
155.13 


S394.40 

• 

464.95 
77.34 


1609.28 
680.96 







821.40 



559.34 



$2,346. 13 1,000 Senate, 2,522 House, 62 Library and 

Exchanges. 
2,860.29 Do. 

232. 47 ^ 2,571 Senate, 5,029 House. 

1, 434. 64 3,000 Senate, 11,000 House. 



342.75 



141.60 



261.28 



745. 63 570 Senate, 1,025 House. 



24.80 



372. 44 



816 76 



138.10 
171.80 
173.00 



380.85 



677.76 



65.33 
78.53 
78.53 



320.45 153.50 



236. 65 145. 53 



419.76 261.79 



195.46 



406.11 



256.00 



255.20 



256.00 



261.28 



245.33 



373.60 


174.73 


261.28 


186.20 


105. 71 


' 225.00 


8.08 


2.29 
262.72 




502.90 


328.36 


168.05 


80.46 


225.00 


212. 75 


60.35 


232.50 

» 


41.45 


18.18 









279.00 



459. 43 570 Senate, 1,030 House. 



505. 53 570 Senate, 1,025 House. 



507. 53 570 Senate, 1,030 House. 



735.23 570 Senate, 1,025 House. 



627.51 



809.61 



516. 91 



Do. 



Do. 



570 Senate, 1,030 House. 



10. 37 Officer in charge of public buildings and 
grounds. 
1, 118. 78 570 Senate, 1 ,030 House. 

473. 51 500 Senate, 1,000 House. 



505.60 



550 Senate, 1,000 House. 



59. 63 200 Senate, 400 House. 



285.84 1,339.82 



855.31 



550 Senate, 1,000 House. 



Do. 



349.36 2,149.98 



Do. 



46 



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No. 10. — Statement of tJic estimated cost of 'printing, binding, etc.^ documents printed by 

during the fiscal year ended June SO, 



Title of document. 



By what authority 
printed. 



pages. «»P^**- 



Report of the Secretary of the Interior, 1900— Continued. 
Report of the Commissioner of Education. 1905 — 
Vol. 1 (II. Doc. No. 5. 2d sess. r>8th Cong.) 



Vol. 2 (H. Doc. No. 5, 2d sess. 58th Cong.) 

Report of the Secretary of Agriculture. UKXi (II. Doc. No. 
6, 2d sess. 'Mh Cong.). 

Report of the Secretary of the Treasury, 1900, Finance 
Report (II. Doc. No. 9. 2d sess. 59th Cong.). 

Report of the Comptroller of the Currency, 1906 (II. Doc. 
No. 11. 2d sess. 59th Cong.'. 

Report of the Director of the Mint on the Production of 
Precious Metals in the United States (H. Doc. No. 19, 
2d sess. 59th Cong.i. 

Report of the Attoniey-General, 190('» (H. Doc. No. 10, 2d 
sess. 5fnh Cong.j. 

Report of the Secretary of Commerce and Labor, 11XX> 
(II. Doc. No. 7, 2d sess. 59th Cong.). 

Report of the Commissioner of Navigation to the Secre- 
tary of Commerce and Labor, UK)6 (II. Doc. No. 14, 2d 
sess. 59th Cong. I. 

Commerce and Navigation of the United States, llKHi (H. 
Doc. No. i:^ 2d fH-sH. y.nh Cong.'. 

Statistical Abstract (.f the United States, 1900 (11. Dfx*. 
No. 783, 2<\ s«'.ss. rmh Cong.). 

Commercial H«'latioiKs of the United States. 1905 (II. Doc. 
No. 940. l.^t .'*('s.s. ,7.ith Cong). 

Bulletin <4 the United States Fish Commission. 1905, vol. 
25 (H. Doc. No. '.ri*!. 1st sess. 59th Cong.). 

Twenty-first .\nnnal Report of the Commissioner of La- 
bor. I'.KMl. Strikes and L<K-kf)Uts (II. D^k.-. No. K-22. 2d 
sess. 5'.»th Crmg. .. 

Army Register, l'.»07 HI. Dck-. .No. 727, 2d se.ss. 'Mh Cong.). 

Navy Register. V.tOl (U. l)(x-. No. 72S. 2d sess. 5(nh Cong.j. 

Twentieth .\niiual Report of the Interstate Commerce 
Commission. VMn> MI. Doc. No. .T25. 2d sess. .'i9th Cong.). 

Testimony, Interstate Commerce Connnission in Investi- 
gation of the p;ievator and Grain-B living and Forward- 
ing Business r»f this ('ountry (S. Doc. No. 27S. 2d sess. 
anh Cong. : . 

Report of the Smitli«onian In.slitution. HX)5: 

V(.l. 1 (H. DfK-. No. 9:«). pt. 1,'lst sess. 5inh Cong.) .. . 
Vol. 2, Report <»f the National Museum (II. Doc. 
No. U'M). pt. 2. 1st sess. 'mh Cong.). 
Report of tiie Smithsonian Institution. 1906: 

Vol. 1 (H. Doc. No. r)7',, pt. 1. 2d sess. 59th Cong.). . . 
Vol. 2, Report of the National Museum (II. Doc. 
No. .')7.'). pt. 2. 2d sess. 5'.nh Cong.). 
Report of the National .Vcademy of Sciences. 1906 (S. Doc. 
No. 30S, 2d sess. S'.nh Cong.). 



Act Jan. 12, 1895, and 
sec. 3798, Rev. Stat. 

do 

Act Jan. 12, 1895 



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do 

.do 

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Concurrent resolu- 
tion No. 36, Jan. 
16, 1907. 



Act Jan. 12, 1895. 
do 



1,128 



.do. 
.do. 

.do. 



632 
144 



508 
128 

48 



•8,830 



752 


♦8,830 


704 


♦2,325 


464 


♦1,882 


782 


♦1,480 


200 


♦1,875 


224 


♦1,962 


608 


♦1,787 


320 


♦1,932 


1,296 


♦1,412 


720 


♦4,531 


544 


♦1.526 


504 


♦3,642 


980 


♦8,394 


624 


♦2,140 


272 


♦1,852 


1,000 


♦1,977 



♦2,237 



♦3,462 1 
♦3,462 i 



♦4,381 . 
♦3,462 ; 

♦1.527 j 



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authority of law, joint or concurrent resolutions, or by order of either House of Congress ^ 
1907, and how distributed — Continued. 



Cost of com- 
etc. 



Cost of 
paper. 



Cost of 
binding. 



Total cost. 



How distributed. 



$5, 265. 06 




68.00 



11,309.90 



83.55 



ro.60 



41.82 



50.32 



266.85 119.50 



101. 10 



458.90 



84.32 



407.87 



1,292.75 364.92 



212.70 
2,735.56 
1,715.30 

426.85 
193.00 
466.80 

610.88 



95.89 



131.97 

84.91 

217.06 

276.49 



33.00 1,070.83 
110.15 



408.86 
62.93 



765.90 1,001.30 
98. 25 88. 70 



132.80 



12.47 



$773.97 $1,266.25 $3,350.12 2,575 Senate, 6,000 House 



3, 434. 10 Do. 

844. 76 570 Senate, 1.225 House. 

543. 00 570 Senate. 1.025 House. 

599. 85 450 Senate. 800 House. 

365. 37 570 Senate. 1 .025 House. 



,354.20 


813.65 


1,266.25 


347.90 


209.66 


287.20 


202.35 


95.70 


244.95 


264.15 


129.62 


206.08 



240.00 



255.00 



240.00 



232.50 



375.92 



500 Senate, 1,225 House. 



626. 35 500 Senate. 1,025 House. 



417. 92 550 Senate, 1,000 House. 



404.25 1,271.02 425 Senate. 800 House. 



1, 657. 67 1 ,024 Senate, 3.075 House. 



196.00 



504. 59 425 Senate, 800 House. 



587.67 1,380.00 9,968.29 1.000 Senate, 2,000 House. 



1,082.35] 1,142.08 3,939.73 2,071 Senate, 5,029 House. 



319.00 



558. 82 500 Senate, 998 House. 

277. 91 SCO Senate, 710 House. 

1,053.37 570 Senate, 1,025 House. 



319.00 1,206.37 



Do. 



507.60 2,020.29 [ 820 Senate, 2,000 House. 

394.80 567.88 Do. 



500.15 
428.70 



2, 335. .35 
615. 65 

145.27 



Do. 
Do. 



285 Senate, 515 House, 500 National 
Academy of Sciences, j -^.i i. -k 



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No. 10. — Slatement of the estimated cost of printing ^ binding ^ etc. /documents printed by 

during the fiscal year ended June SO, 



Title of document. 



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printed. 



Num- 
ber of 
pages. 



Number of 
copies. 



Memoirs of the National Academy of Sciences, Vol. X: 

Memoir I, " Absolute Value of the Acceleration of 
Gravity Determined by the Ring- Pendulum 
Method." 

Memoir II, "Cla>-tonla Gronov'* 

Memoir III, " The Action of Alcohol upon the Circu- 
lation." 

Memoir IV, " Phoronis Architecta'' 

Memoir V, "The Afhnities of the Pelagic Tunicates 
No. 1 on a New Pyrosoma." 

Memoir VI, "Commelinacefc" 

Title-page and contents to Vol. VIII of Memoirs of 
the National Academy of Sciences. 
Report of the American Historical .Association, 1005, vol. 
1 (H. Doc. No. 9r2:\. pt. 1, 1st sess. oOth Cong.). 

Report of the Superintendent of the United States Coast 

and Geodetic Survey, 1(K)0 (II. Doc. No. 17, 2d sess. 5fJth 

Cong ). 
Report of the Chief of the Weather Bureau, llKXi (II Doc. 

So. ftl4 2d sess oOlh Cong./. 
Twenty-third Annual Poportof the United States Civil 

Hervicf- Coininissiori, K<00 r.S. Doc. So. 20, 2d sess. 59th 

Cong.). 
Eulogi^'.s on the lat^ Orville II. Piatt (S. Doc. No. 534, Ist 

8C8S. 50th Cong.;. 



Act Jan. 12, 1896. 



.do. 
.do. 

.do. 
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do. 
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Act Jan. 12, 1895, and 
joint resolution 
May 25, 1900. 

Act Apr. 20, 1896 



Act Jan. 12, 1895. 
....do 



. .do 



Eulogi'-.s on th«.' lat*- D.imis .M. Ilurl'-y (II. Doc. No. 801, do. 

2d H/'ss. .'lOth Cong.;. 



24 



432 

244 

. 432 
208 

196 

40 



500 



16 


500 


40 


500 


80 


500 


16 


500 


40 


500 


4 


1,000 



♦3.642 



♦530 



♦1,854 



♦1,7»5 



♦4,776 



♦4,280 



Eulogif's on th«' lat*- B. F. Miirsh Cll. Doc. No. HY2, 2d sess, . 
50th Cong.j. 



..do. 



64 



♦4,280 



Eulogies on the late G*'org»' K. Patterson (H. Doc. No. 
804, 2d w.HS. 50th Cong.;. 



.do. 



40 



♦4,280 



Eulogies on Iho bite G^-orge C. Ca.stor (11. Doc. No. S03, do, 

2d sess. '/Jih Cong.;, 

Eulogies on the lat*- P.obert P. Ilitt ril. Do<'. No. 808, do. 

2<1 8<^'ss. 50th Cong ,. 

Eulogi»-s on the bit*- II. C. .\ darns dl. Doc. No. 800, 2d do. 

»«'ss, 50th Cong. i. 

Eulogies on tb" biti johr, M. Pinekn«-y HI. Doc. No. 805, do. 

2d .less. .7*tb Cong., 



Congressional Di pet ory : 

First edition ''.S. Do'-. .No. 4, pi. 1, 2d sess, 50th Cong.). . 
Second edition ^S, Dw. No. 4, pt. 2, 2d s<^'8S, 59th . 
Cong.). 



..do. 
..do. 



40 

74 

56 
64 



448 
448 



♦4,280 
♦4,280 

♦4,280 

♦4,280 



♦22,392 
♦»,M6 



BEPOBT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 



49 



authority of laWj joint or concurrent resolutions j or by order of either House of Congress, 
1907 y and how distrihuted — Continued. 



Cost of cora- 
Cost of position, 

"i'thc^' tJ'^IL 

grafe- ^^M- 
graving. ^^ plates, 

etc. 



1148.50 



585.97 
44.00 

1,273.80 
195.80 

92.40 



I 



$125. 7C 



52.60 
155.95 

328.55 
33.80 

150.70 
9.30 

1,207.88 



Cost of 
paper. 



$fi.70 



4.68 
9.10 

16.72 
4.66 

14.03 
1.62 



Cost of 
binding. 



Total cost. 



1280.90 



How distributed. 



National \caderav of Sciences. 



G43. 25 ' 


Do 


209.05 I 


Do 


1 
1,619.07 


Do 


234.26 


Do 


257. 13 


Do 


10.92 


Do 



229.55 $540.00 



1,977. 43 , 1,000 Senate. 2,0<XI House. 



146.61 



105.20 



285.53 



99.90 



179.20 



271.99 



46.80 



116.40 



270.00 



225.00 



547. 41 114 Senate. 236 House. 



827. 52 400 Senate. 500 House. 



371. 70 500 Senate. 1.000 House. 



382.45 122.10 1,212.50 




, 150.92 
! 37.73 



146.88 



191.80 



137.63 



131.88 



223.28 



185.70 



65.69 



1,087.50 



61.92 1,087.50 



57.37 1,087.50 



57.37 1,087.50 



103.22 1,087.50 



186. 35 1 89.43 1,087.50 



63.92 1,087.50 



4,212.90 1,626.91 i 2,076.00 
3, 246. 70 1, 360. 60 2, 436. 87 



1,717.05 1,500 Senate, l.OOU House, 1,950 Senators 

and Representatives of Connecticut, 

50 family of deceased. 
1,300.07 1,000 Senate. 1.000 House, 1,950 Sonatora 

and Ropresentives of New York. 50 

family of deceased. 
1,341.22 1,000 Senate, 1,000 House. 1,950 Senators 

and Representatives of Illinois, 50 

family of deceased. 
1,282.50 1,000 .Senate, 1,000 House, 1,050 Senators 

and Representatives of Pennsylvania, 

50 family of deceased. 
1,270.75 Do. 

1,414.00 1,000 Senate, 1,000 House, 1,950 Senators 
and Representatives of Illinois, 50 
family of deceased. 

1,362.28 1,000 Senate. 1,000 House, 1,050 Senators 
and Representatives of Wisconsin, 50 
I family of deceased. 

1,337.12 1,000 Senate, 1,000 House, 1,950 Senators 
and Representatives of Texas, 50 fam- 
ily of deceased. 

7, 965. 73 21,750 Printing Committee. 



7,080.80 



2,500 Senate, 7.820 House, 9,733 Printing 
Commit t<^. 



50 



REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 



No. 10. — Statement of the estimated cost of printing ^ binding, etc., documents printed by 

during the fiscal year ended June SO, 



Title of document. 



By what authority Si™: Number of 



Report of the Health Officer of the District of Columbia, 
1906 (TI. Doc. So. 8, pt. 3, 2d sess. 50th Cong.). 

Twenty-second Annual Report of the Bureau of Animal 
Industry, 1905 (H. Doc. Xo. 941, Ist sesa. 50th Cong.).. 

Bulletin of the Bureau of Animal Industry No. 27 (Re- 
vised. (II. Doc. No. 942. Ist sess. 50th Cong.). 

Report of the Director of the Office of Experiment Sta- 
tions, 190.5 rir. Doc. No. 924, 1st sess. 59th Cong,). 

Report of the Director of the Office of Experiment Sta- 
tions. 190<i ai. Doc. No. 820. 2d sess. 59th Cong.). 

Progress of the Beet-.^^ngar Indust ry of the United States, 
1905rRep<)rt No. 82). 

Progress of the Beet -Sugar Industry of the United States, 
1906 'Kfport No. H4 (II. Df»c. No. 799, 2d sess. 50th 
Cong. . 

Yearbook of the Depart iin-nt of Agriculture, 1900 (II. Doc. 
No. hl.3. 2d sess. 'Mh Cong.-. 

Report on Firld Op«'rations of the Division of Soils, 1905 
(H. D(x-. No. (»2'). 1st M'ss. 59th Cong.; [text and maps]. 

Advance* Sheets of Fi«'ld Operations of the Division of 
Soils. HK)5: 
Soil Survey of- - 

LHiiderdak* County, Ala 



Act Jan. 12, 18915 


358 


*965 


do 


368 


♦14,877 


Joint resolution Mar. 


80 


♦2,142 


3, 1905. 






Joint resolution Apr. 


416 


♦2,lfi0 


27,1904. 






do 


436 


♦2,146 


Joint resolution June 


130 


♦2,312 


30, 1906. 






Joint resolution Apr. 


136 


♦2,242 


27, 1904. 






Act Jan. 12, 1896 


720 


♦331,880 


Joint resolution Mar. 


1,092 


♦3,655 


14, 1904. 







.do. 



24 



4,000 



Dulias County, Ala do . 



24 



4,000 



East Baton Hoiigf Parish, La do, 



24 



4,000 



Crystal .Springs Area, Miss do. 



24 



6,000 



Spalding County, (la do. 



16 



4,000 



PerquiTiian.M and Pasquotank counties, N. C do. 



24 



4,000 



Duplin County. N . C do . 



24 



4,000 



Lavaca County, Tex do. 



24 



4,000 



REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PKIKTER. 



51 



authority of law j joint or concurrent resolutions j or by order of either House of Congress^ 
1907 f and how distributed — Continued. 



Cost of com- 
etc. 



Cost of Cost of •rpotal coat 
paper. binding, ^otaicost. 



$97. 02 $2, 139. 00 



1,664.75 



325.91 



297.91 



346.62 



158.40 



145.67 



96.61 



177. 61 



206.95 



267.60 



183.21 



1126.00 



983.53 2,277.60 



lis. 18 48. 48 



45.93 1,114.83 I 145.58 



371.28 



109.75 



90.15 



160.05 



58.89 



37.50 



$2,445.23 



4,925.88 



192.57 



How distributed. 



50 Senate, 50 House, 600 health officer. 



4,025 Senate, 10,210 House. 



500 Senate, 1,000 House. 



240.00 



239.25 : 



1,546.34 ! 570 Senate, 1,030 House. 



770. 58 570 Senate, 1,026 House. 



168. 64 570 Senate, 1,742 House. 



127. 65 570 Senate, 1,530 House. 



10, 613. 52 67, 953. 70 37, 564. 87 | 49, 540. 05 165, 672. 14 80,074 Senate, 250,155 House. 



19,849.00 4,908.18 435.52 



1,187. 00 26,379. 70 1,000 Senate, 1,500 House. 



104.95 



107. 35 



14.85 



14.85 



92. 45 • 14. 85 



119.25 



22.32 



67.25 



101. 95 



11.28 



14.85 



96.36 



14.85 



103.25 



14.85 



417.71 1,000 Senators of Alabama, 2,000 Repre- 
sentative Eighth district Alabama, 
1.000 Department of Agriculture. 

468.82 1.000 Senators of Alabama, 2,000 Repre- 
sentative Fourth district Alabama, 
1,000 Department of Agriculture. 

265.70 j 1,000 Senators of Louisiana, 2,000 Repre- 
sentative Sixth district Louisiana, 
1.000 Department of Agriculture. 

287. 24 1,000 Senators of Mississippi, 2,000 Repre- 
sentative Sixth district Mississippi, 
2,000 Representative Seventh district. 
Mississippi. 1,000 Department of Agri- 
culture. 
1,000 Senators of Georgia, 2,000 Repre- 
sentative Sixth district Georgia, 1,000 
Department of Agriculture. 
1.000 Senators of North Carohna, 2,000 
Representative First district North 
Carolina, 1,000 Department of Agricul- 
ture. 

318.15 1,000 Senators of North Carolina, 2,000 
Representative Third district North 
Carolina, 1,000 Department of Agricul- 
ture. 

385. 00 1,000 Senators of Texas, 2.000 Represent- 
ative Ninth district Texas, 1,000 De- 
partment of .\griculturt». 



175. 14 



294.41 



52 



BEPORT OF THE PUBLIC PBINTEB. 



Ko. 10. — Statement of the estimated cost of printing , binding , etc,, documents printed by 

during the fiscal year ended June SO^ 



Title of document. 



By what authority ^^Jj Number of 



printed. 



pages. 



copies. 



Advance Sheets of Field Operations of the Division of 
Soils, 1905— Continued. 
Soil Survey of— 

Waco Area, Tex Joint resolution Mar. 

14, 1W4. 



40 4,000 



Montgomery County, Ala do . 



32 4,000 



Westerville Area. Ohio do. 



20 10,000 



Upshur County, W. Va do. 



20 4,000 



Newton County, Ind do. 



40 4,000 



Blount County. Ahi do. 



24 4,000 



Tangipahoa Parish, La do. 



32 4,000 



Brown Countv, Knns do. 



20 4,000 



nend<»rson County. Tenn do . 



20 4,000 



York County, S. C do. 



IfllAnd C'ofinty. Wash do. 



Lr-rin f'our.ty. Flu do. 



CarlPton Arr»a. Minn, and Wis do. 



32 



24 



32 



26 



4,000 



4,000 



4,000 



7,000 



REPORT OP THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 



5a 



authority of law^ joint or concurrent resolutions ^ or by order of either House of Congress , 
1907 f and how distributed — Continued. 



Cost of com- 
Cost of position, 



litho- 
graphing 
and en- 
graving. 



$151. 78 



254.05 



302.19 



158.24 



160.90 



255.39 



251.89 



157.97 



145.05 



194.57 



168.77 



255.39 



214.49 



stereotyp- 
ing, press- 
work, fold- 
ing, insert- 
ing plates, 
etc. 



99.85 



208.75 



87.05 



102.45 



101.15 



99.35 



90.25 



90.15 



96.25 



94.40 



103.15 



173.86 



Cost of 
paper. 



Cost of 
binding. 



Total cost. 



$106.05 $21.82 



18.25 



32.47 



13.15 



21.82 



14.91 



18.26 



13.16 



13.15 



18.25 



14.85 



18.25 



27.96 



$279.65 



372. 15 



543.41 



258.44 



285.17 



371.46 



369.49 



261.37 



248.35 



309.07 



268.02 



376.79 



416.30 



How distributed. 



1,000 Senators of Texas, 2,000 Represent- 
ative Eleventh district Texas, l.OOO- 
Department of Agriculture. 

1,000 Senators of Alabama, 2,000 Repre- 
sentative Second district Alabama, 
1,000 Department of Agriculture. 

1,000 Senators of Ohio, 2.000 Representa- 
tive Seventh district Ohio, 2,000 Repre- 
sentative Eighth district Ohio, 2,000 
Representative Twelfth district Ohio, 
2.000 Representative Seventeenth dis- 
trict Ohio, 1,000 Department of Agri- 
culture. 

1,000 Senators of West Virginia, 2,000 
Representative Third district West 
Virginia, 1,000 Department of Agricul- 
ture. 

1,000 Senators of Indiana, 2,000 Repre- 
sentative Tenth district Indiana, 1,000 
Department of Agriculture. 

1,000 Senators of Alabama, 2,000 Repre- 
sentative Ninth district Alabama, 1,000 
Department of Agriculture. 

1,000 Senators of Louisiana, 2,000 Repre- 
sentative Sixth district Louisiana 
1,000 Department of Agriculture. 

1,000 Senators of Kansas, 2,000 Repre- 
sentative First district Kansas, 1,000 
Department of Agriculture. 

1,000 Senators of Tennessee, 2,000 Repre- 
sentative Eighth district Tennessee, 
1,000 Department of Agriculture. 

1,000 Senators of South Carolina, 2,000- 
Representative Fifth district South 
Carohna, 1,000 Department of Agricul- 
ture. 

1,000 Senators of Washington, 2,000 Rep- 
resentatives at large, Washington, 1 .000 
Department of Agriculture. 

1,000 Senators of Florida, 2,000 Repre- 
sentative Third district Florida, 1,000 
Department of Agriculture. 

1,000 Senators of Wisconsin, 1,000 Sena- 
tors of Minnesota, 2.000 Representa- 
tive Eleventh district Wisconsin, 2,00& 
Representative Eighth district Minne- 
sota, 1,000 Department of Agriculture. 



54 



REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 



No. 10. — Statement of the estimated cost of 'printing, binding , etc., documents printed by 

during the fiscal year ended June SO, 



Title of document. 



Nura- 



I By what authority 5^" of ^'"™^'"«>f 



printed 



pages. 



copies. 



Advance Sheets of Fiold Operations of the Division of 
Soils, 1905-Continued. 
Soil Survey of — 

Louisa County, Va Joint resolution Mar. 

14,1904. 



33 4,000 



Lee County, Tex do . 



32 4,000 



Houston County, Tox do . 



36 4,000 



Gallatin Valley Area, Mont do. 



32 4,000 



McCracken County Area, Ky do. 



20 4,000 



Sarpy County Area, Nebr do. 



24 4,000 



Binghamton Area, N. Y do, 



32 4,000 

* 



Portage County Area, Wis do. 



32 4,000 



Cleveland Area, Ohio do. 



Carrington Arm, N. Dak do. 



24 4,000 



32 4,000 



Chester County, Pa do. 



48 ' 4,000 



Cherokee Countv, S. C do. 



24 4^000 



Montgomerj' County, Pa do. 



48 I 4^000 



Scotland County, Mo do 



24 ; 4,000 



Tipi^ecanoe Area, In<l do. 



40 



4,000 



BEPOBT OF THE PUBLIC PKINTER. 



55 



authority of law, joint or concurrent resolutions , or by order of either House of Congress j 
1907, and how distributed — (Continued. 



Cost of 
litho- 
graphing 
and en- 
graving. 



Cost of com- 
position, 
stereotyp- i 
ing, press- 
work, fold- 
ing, insert- 
ing plates, 
etc. 



Cost of 
paper. 



Cost of 
binding. 



Total cost. 



301.30 



181. 72 



290.18 



$210. 72 



322.30 , 



343.38 



200.22 



140. 73 



224.40 



132.52 



I 



241. 81 



335.14 



437.03 ' 



188.10 



193.52 



105. 15 



123. 15 



90.05 



87.05 



85.55 



84.45 



106.95 



94.45 



120.86 



121.35 



95.15 



118.25 



86.26 



104.65 



$96. 05 $18. 25 



14.85 



25.22 



14.89 



21.82 



18.29 



20.12 



18.29 



13.15 



14.85 1 •. 



18.25 



18.25 



14.86 



18.29 



28.20 




$325. 02 



445.74 



486.05 



308.56 



240.93 



324.80 



235.22 



426.50 



361.11 



474.28 



doO« do 



291.72 



433. 65 



288.24 



319.99 



How distributed. 



1,000 Senators of Virginia. 2,000 Uopre- 
sentative P^ighth district Virginia. 1.000 
Dcp.nrtment of Agricwltiire. 

1 ,000 Senators of Texas, 2,000 Uepre.sent- 
ative Tenth district Texas. 1,000 De- 
partment of Agriculture. 

1,000 Senators of Texas, 2,000 Represent- 
ative Seventh district Texas. 1.000 De- 
partment of Agriculture. 

1,000 Senators of Montana. 2,000 Repre- 
sentatives at large Montana, 1,000 De- 
partment of Agriculture. 

1,000 Senators of Kentucky, 2,000 Repre- 
sentative First district Kentucky, 1,000 
Department of .\griciilture. 

1,000 Senators of Nebraska, 2 000 Repre- 
sentative Second district Nebraska, 
1,000 Department of Agriculture. 

1,000 Senators of New York, 2,000 Repre- 
sentative Thirtieth district New York, 
1,000 Department of Agriculture. 

1,000 Senators of Wisconsin, 2,000 Repre- 
sentative Eighth district Wisconsin, 
1.000 Department of Agriciilture. 

1,000 Senators of Ohio, 2.000 Representa- 
tive Twentieth district Ohio, 1,000 De- 
partment of Agriculture. 

1,000 Senators of North Dakota, 2,000 
Represcntiitives at large North Da- 
kota, 1,000 Department of Agriculture. 
.1,000 Senators of Pennsylvania. 2,000 Rep- 
resentative Seventh district Pennsyl- 
vania, 1,000 Department of Agricul- 
ture. 

1,000 Senators of South Carolina, 2,000 
Representative Fifth district South 
Carolina, 1,000 Department of Agri- 
culture. 

1,000 Senators of Pennsylvania, 2,000 Rei)- 
rosentatlve Eighth district Pennsyl- 
vania, 1,000 Department of Agricul- 
ture. 

1,000 Senators of Missouri, 2,000 Repre- 
sentative First district Missouri, 1,000 
Department of Agriculture. 

1,000 Senators of Indiana, 2,000 Repre- 
sentative Tenth district Indiana, 1,000 



56 REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 

No. 10. — Statemoit of the estimated cost of printing^ binding, etc, documenU prinled by 

during the fiscal year ended June SO, 



Num- I 

Title of document. By what authority \ ber of j Number of 

printed. > pages, i copies. 

! I 

: i \ 



I 

Advance Sheets of Field Operations of the Division of I 

SoMs, 19IJ5— Continued. • 

Soil Suney of— 

Oxford Area. Mich Joint resolution Mar. 20 I 4,000 

14. 1904. 



I 



Crawford County, Mr, do 20 4,000 

Stockton Area, Cal do 40 3,000 

Yorkt"wn An-a. \'fi do 32 6,000 



Han-ver ( ouiity. \ a do 40 4,000 



Ever^t t Area. Wash * do 32 4,000 



Madison County. Kj- do 24 , 4,000 



Toiiij.kins County Area. N. Y do 40 ' 4,000 



'".r.tnd Tunoti' n Ar«.H. Col" do 32 4,000 



Report Board I. f Managers of the National Hume for Dis- Joint resolution Mar. 304 500 

abled Volunteer Soldiers, lOfi . 31, 1904. 

Rei>ortof the Ins]»ection of State Hemes for DisaMe<i Vol- do 36 200 

unteer Soldiers, 19fiC. j 

Record of tlie Meml^ers ff the National lion .? for Dis- do 206 i 200 

able«i Volunteer Soldi«'rs. lOfX.. \ 

Public Acts und Res^'lut ions Jd m.-s-s. o9th Cong.) Act Jan. 12, ISQ6 31 

Public and Private Act-; .i!id Kcsf lutions '2d sess. 59th do....*. 29 

Conp.N 

Rouse and Son.jt*- Hej <.rts Jd sess. .V.*th Conp.; do 30 

Eou.«e and S« nut*.- 1»< lun.fhts 2d s^-ss. 50th Conp.; do 30 

House and S»'n;it«- Bills .'«nd Kest-lutions '2d s^ss. 5^th do 31 

Ct.np.'. 
Monthly Summary of Commerce and Finance of the 
United .'^tates. 1&0C-7: 
May. 1906 If. Do^. No. \r>. pt. 11, 1st sess. fi9th Cong.» . . Joint resolution Dec. 216 •887 

12, 1895. 

June, 1900 (FT. D^- . No. 15.pt. 12, 1st sess. 50th Cong.) do 232 ♦887 

July. lOTiC.'H. I>oc. No. l.Vpt. 1. 2d sess. 59th Cong.'* do 220 •«? 

Aupi^st. 19<«r. 'ir. !► ■■- N'.. 15. i-t. 2 2d sess. S9th do 216 •»7 

Cong. >. 



BEPOET OF THE PUBLIC PRIXTEE. 



57 



authority of law^ joint or concurrent resolutions y or by order of either House of Congress , 
1907 f and how distributed — Continued. 



Cost of 
litho- 
_raphln_ 
and en- 
graving. 



Cost of com-l 

position. 

stereotyp- 

ing, insert- ! 
ing plates, , 
etc. 



$135.58 



26a 40 



24a 79 



243.65 



204.05 



350.35 



120.25 



9a 75 



91.85 



lia35 



118.05 



4&45 



Cost of 
paper. 



$80.95 $13.19 



242.99 


92.85 ' 


iai5 


261.09 


83.95 


18.40 


46a 28 


152.65 

1 


27.38 



21.86 



1&25 



14.85 



21.82 



18.29 



17.68 



Cost of 
binding. 



Total cost. 



How distributed. 



$229.72 

34&99 

36a 44 
64a 31 



$9aoo 



4ia51 



352.79 



aw. 35 



336.22 



486.69 



156l13 



1,000 Senators of Michigan, 2,000 Repre- 
sentative 8ixth district Michigan, 1,000 
Department of Agriculture. 

1,000 Senators of Missouri, 2,000 Repre- 
sentative Sixteenth district Missouri, 
1,000 Department of Agriculture. 

1,000 Senators of California, 2,000 Repre- 
sentative Sixth district California. 

1,000 Senators of Virginia, 2,000 Repre- 
sentative First district Virginia, 2,000 
Representative Second district Vir- 
ginia, 1,00U Department of Agriculture. 

1,000 Senators of Virginia, 2,000 Repre- 
sentative Third di»tiict Virginia, 1,000 
Department of Agriculture. 

1,000 Senators of Washington, 2,000 Rei>- 
resentatives at largo Washington, 1,000 
Department of Agriculture. 

1,000 Senators of Kentucky, 2,000 Repre- 
sentative Eighth district Kentucky, 
1,000 Department of Agriculture. 

1,000 Senators of New York, 2,000 Repre- 
sentative Second district New York, 
1,000 Department of Agriculture. 

1,000 Senators of Colorado, 2,000 Repre- 
sentative Second district Colorado, 
1,000 Department of Agriculture. 

For the National Home. 



&80 


1.19 


20.20 


4.93 


2a 60 


4.76 


77.60 


17.00 


234.00 


4&92 


89a 00 


251.60 


702.60 


286.62 



2,940.25 ; 47.23 



84.93 

75.48 

101.65 



17.08 
46.07 
47.26 



18937-^. Doc. 5, 60-1- 



34.00 



7.99 


Do. 


59.13 


Do. 


2&36 


War Department 


94.60 


Do. 


280.92 


Do. 


1,144.60 


Do. 


989.22 


Do. 



2,987. 48 285 Senate, 465 House 



102.01 


Do 


121.55 


Do 


148.91 


Do 



58 



REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRIXTEB, 



No. 10. — StaUinerU of th^ estimated cost of printing, binding, etc., documenU printed by 

during thefiical year ended June SO, 



Title of document. 



By what authority viJJ^ Numter of 
printed. f^JSr «>P*M- 



Monthly Summary of Commerr-e and Finance of the 
United States. 19(»-7— Continur-J. 

Septem^-er. l^X) n. Doo. No. 15. j.t. 3. 2d sess. a>th Joint resolution Dec. 218 

Cong. . 12. 1895. 

October. 1906 '11. I)f>c. No. 15. pt. 4. 2d sess. 59th do 228 

Cong. . 

N'oveinl>€r. 1906 If . Doc. No. 15. pt. 5. 2d sess. 59lh do 224 

Cong. . 

DecemUr, 1906 tH. Doc. No. 15, pt. 6. 2d sess. 59th do 227 

Cong.'. 

January, 1907 II. Djt-. No. 15. pt. 7. 2d sess. 5(nh do 216 

Cong. . 

February, 19'J7 H. Do'-. No. 15, pt. S, 2d sess. SKth do 210 

Cong. , 

March. 19ij7 If. Ikjc. No. 15. pt. 9. 2d sess. S-.nh do 224 

Cong.'. 

-\pril. 19f»7 I^^Doc. No. 15. pi. 10, 2d se>s. y.nh do 232 

Cong. . 
Monthly Consular and Trade Reports, lQiy*-7: 

June. 1906 ni. Doc. No. 51S. 1st sess. 5(nh Cong .Vet Jan. 12, 1«»5 244 

July. lf*X» m. DcK? .\". 519, l^t sess. SMh Cong do 308 

-Vug-ist. i:«»»*, II.D--. N'».52»». 1st se«is. .7»th Cong do 176 

Seplem}«r, IQiW H. Dx-. No.5Jl. in «^oss.5inhConp do IW 

OctoJjer. ll»j». H . D y . No. .-,J2. 1 st sess. 59th Cong do 168 

.So\eni}*r. VJtJtj II. Doc. Nr». 52::. 1st sess. 5(»th Cong «lo 224 

Der-ei:il«r. 1»G H. Dfx;. No. 524. l.st sess. 5t»th Cong do 212 

Jantwry. 1907 H. D'k^. No. 'AVk 2d sess. 59th C<.ng do 240 

February, 1907 ' H. D'«<-. No. ;{47. 2d sess. 5(»th Cong do 228 

March. 1907 .'H. D'X-. No. :;4.v 2d se?s..=y9th Cong do 206 

.Vpril, 19rj7 ^H. l)'<f: No. ,'i4*». 2.1 se^s. 59th Cong do 276 

M.Ty. U<07 ai. Do*.-. No. ::o<». 2.1 sess. anh Cong do 256 

Juno. r«»7 H. Doi'. No. .''..-,!, J. 1 sess. 591 h Ci.ng do 228 

Sp<v-iil C'»nsular H<»p<'»rt. vol. J9. 'Cotton See^l Products d(. 164 

in r..r.ign rouDtri-s* H. D.--. No. «<io. 2d >»•>*». 59th 
Cong. . 
Monthly Catnl-vgiie of Government PuMications, l'.«v»-7: 

Junp. rtf.. No. !.> do 56 

July. l'<»i No. i:?.! do 32 

August. l'.*<>.. No. I4»j <lo 24 

i?ept*'nir-«'r. H.<0»j. No. Hi do ' 20 

<>cto}.<T. VM*\. No. 142 do 32 

S(>\cui- or. V.^(y>. So. 14.'^ do 24 

Decer^'-er. V^*\. No. H4 do 48 

January, r.^7. No i4.> do 64 

Fe? niary. 1907. No 14t. do 68 

Man-h. I'.4j7. No 147 iio 40 

.\pril 1>>7 No l4^ ''o 24 

Mwy. 1!07. No. 1*« do 3tf 

Twenty-fourth Annual K**port of the Bureau of .Vineriran d«» 

EthnoU.^' II. Doc. No. '.t,j{*. i!.t sess. Xnh Cong. . 



•W7 


•9S7 


•937 


•W7 


•«T7 


•937 


♦u:i7 


♦937 


♦906 


♦906 


♦906 


•906 


♦906 


•906 


♦906 


♦906 


♦906 


♦906 


♦906 


♦906 


♦906 


♦1,881 



2,500 
2.500 
2.500 
2.500 
2.500 
2,500 
2,500 
2,500 
2,500 
2,500 
2,600 
2.000 
^142 



REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 



59 



^authority of law j joint or concurrent resolutions ^ or by order of either House of Congress, 
1907 J and how distributed — Continued. 



(Cost of com- 

graving. ^^ plates, 
I etc 



Cost of 
paper. 



$104. 80 $49. 28 



92.50 



92.60 



51.32 



49.30 



112.75 5G.10 

101.65 39.05 



Cost of q, X 1 ^ 
binding. \ ^O'^a^cosi. 



How distributed. 



$154. 08 285 Senate, 4C5 House. 



143.82 



141.90 



Do. 



Do. 



168.85 Do. 

140.70 Do. 



92.50 



44 20 



136. 70 



Do. 



92.65 



52.72 



145.37 



Do. 



96.00 



54.60 



150.60 



Do. 



$549.84 



85.73 


40.67 


71.68 


22.78 


64.10 


26.82 


76.65 


31.00 


69.25 


27.00 


80.00 


36.00 


80.65 


34.00 


1 79. 15 


42.05 


! 76.05 


36.30 


63.45 


32.46 


92.15 


41.01 


84.00 


45.24 


75. 15 


39.39 


125.90 


60.75 


1 
1 

166.20 


15.64 


80.85 


8.84 


75.10 


6.63 


68.75 


5.61 


1 80.05 


8.84 


72.30 


6.80 


112. 55 


13.25 


131.25 


20.40 


193.45 


18.87 


121.60 


11.05 


71.60 


7.80 


65.30 


8.19 


3,243.38 


1,611.43 



126.40 

94.46 

90.92 

107.55 

96.25 

116.00 

114.65 

121.20 

112.35 

95.91 

133. 16 

129.24 

114.54 

186.65 



$1,800.00 



181.84 

89.69 

81.73 

74.36 

88.89 

79.10 

125.80 

151.65 

212. 32 

132. 65 

79.40 

73.49 

7,204.65 



286 Senate, 415 House. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
500 Senate, 1,000 Souse. 



Superintendent of Documents. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
1,500 Senate. 3,000 House. 



60 



REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 



No. 10. — Statement of the estimated cost of printing, binding, etc., documents printed by 

during the fiscal year ended June SO, 



Title of document. 



By what authority '??!?!?; Number <rf' 
printed. , pJJ^ coP*««- 



Concurrent resolution 
April 27, 1900. 



Jan. 29, 1907. 

Joint resolution Mar. 

4, 1907. 
Sec. 3798, R. S., act 

Jan. 12, 1895, and 

joint resolution 

May 16, 1902. 
Act Mar. 3, 1901 



Bulletins of the Bureau of ^Vmerican Ethnology: 

No. 30, pt. 1, ''Handbook of American Indian Tribes 
North of Mexico" (H. Doc. No. 926, pt. 1, Ist sess. 
50th Cong.) . 

No. 36, " Publications of the Bureau of American Eth- do 

nology" (H. Doc. No. 819, 2d sess. 50th Cong.). 

American Ephemeris and Nautical Almanac, 1910 Acts May 13, 1902, and 

I June 12, 1902. 

American Nautical Almanac, 1909 Act Jan. 12, 1896 

Report of the Postal Commission, Testimony by Commis- Concurrent resolution 
sion. Exhibits. Digest (H. Doc. No. 008, 2d sess. 50th 
Cong. ) . 
Second-Class Mail Matter (11. Doc. No. 651, 2d sess. 50th 

Cong.). 
Report of the Secretary of the Interior, 1906. Twenty- 
seventh Annual Report of the Director of the United 
States Geological Survey (11. Doc. No. 5, 2d sess. 59th 
Cong.}. 
Mineral Resources of the United States, 1905 (II. Doc. No. 

21, 2d sess. Tjirth Cong.) . 
Extracts from Mineral Resources of the United States, 
1905: 

ProdutUon of Anthracite Coal Acts Mar. 3, 1805, 

I June 4, 1807. and 
Mar. 3, 1901. 

Production of Glass Sand and other Sand do 

Production of Aliraslve Materials do 

Product ion of Bromine do 

Production of Lithium Minerals do 

Production of Monozite. Zircon, Gadolinite, and Tan- do 

taliim. ' 

Pro^luction of Precious Stones do 

Production of Talc and Soapstone ; do 

Production of Fluorspar and Crj'olite do 

Pro^luction of A8))€stos do 

Production of Steel-Hardening Metals do 

Product ion of Zinc do 

Product ion of Copper do 

I'roduction of Salt do 

Production of Arsenic do 

l*rodurt ion of Slate do , 

The Cement Indust ry do 

Product ion of Carbon Dioxide | do 

Proflurt ion of Mineral Waters ' do 

Product ion of Phosphate Rock do 

Production of Magnesite do 

Production r>f Quartz and Feldspar do 

Production of Asphaltum and Bituminous Rock do 

Peat in the Unite<l States do 

rroducthm of Quicksilver do 



984 

32 

604 

280 
1,000 

160 
104 



1,408 



16 



♦5,142 



♦2,942 



500 

♦3,960 



3,475 
♦8,280 



♦6,927 



1,000 



12 


600 


24 


700 


4 


150 


4 


300 


8 


500 


40 


2,000 


16 


500 


8 


300 


8 


500 


24 


800 


16 


500 


24 


800 


10 


800 


8 


400 


16 


500 


32 


1,000 


16 


300 


32 


1,700 


16 


700 


4 


400 


4 


400 


16 


000 


8 


300 


16 i 


300 



BEPOBT OF THE PUBLIC PBINTEB. 



61 



authority of law^ joint or concurrent resolutions, or by order of either House of CongresSf 
1907 1 and how distributed — Continued. 



Cost of corn- 
Cost of position, 



litho- 



stereotyp- 
etc. 



Cost of 
paper. 



Cost of 
binding. 



Total cost. 



How distributed. 



91,017.49 I 16,763.03 1991.05 S990.00 



19, 761. 57 1,500 Senate, 3,000 House. 



37.70 



17.69 



55. 39 762 Senate, 1,538 House. 



22.22 



126.10 115.58 



266.70 



530. 60 285 Senate, 604 House. 



277. 10 32. 57 

1,368.95 442.50 



309.67 Nautical Almanac OiTicc. 
1,811. 45 797 Senate, 2,550 House. 



443. 35 276. 93 62. 00 782. 28 600 Senate, 1,975 House, 1,000 Post-Office 

Department. 
931.70 1,802.78 667.32 726.84 4,128.64 1,597 Senate, 2,603 House, 4,000 Geological 

Survey. 



9,063.45 1,068.27 1,448.70 11,580.42 1,047 Senate, 1,550 House, 4,000 Geological 

Survey. 



13.85 



2.98 



16. 83 Geological Survey 



10.95 


1.81 


16.90 


1.91 


6.25 


.31 


7.16 


.53 


8.45 


1.55 


42.25 


11.04 


11.25 


1.47 


7.25 


.65 


8.45 


1.03 


19.20 


3.09 


11.60 


1.47 


19.20 


3.11 


15.20 


2.33 


7.85 


.83 


8.60 


1.47 


21.10 


4.66 


9.95 


.80 


28.88 


7.99 


13.55 


1.88 


7.06 


.64 


7.56 


.66 


12.90 


1.74 


7.25 


.65 


9.95 


.90 



12.76 


Do. 


18.81 


Do. 


6.56 


Do. 


7.68 


Do. 


10.00 


Do. 


53.29 


Do. 


12.72 


Do. 


7.90 


Do. 


9.48 


Do. 


22.29 


Do. 


13.07 


Do. 


22.31 ' 


Do. 


17.53 


Do. 


8.68 


Do. 


10.07 


Do. 


25.76 


Do. 


10.75 


Do. 


36.87 


Do. 


15.43 


Do. 


7.69 


Do. 


8.21 


Do. 


14.64 


Do. 


7.90 


Do. 


10.85 


Do. 



62 



BEPOBT OF THE PUBLIC PBIKTEB. 



No. 10. ^Statement of the estimaUd cost of printing, binding, etc., documtnU printed by 

during the fiscal year ended June SO, 



Title of document- 



By what authority 
printed. 



^^ ^ copies. 



Extracts from Mineral Resources of the United States, I 

1905— Continued. 

Production of Iron Ores Acts Mar. 3, 1895, 

June 4, 1897, and 
Mar. 3, 1901. 

Production of Gj'psuni and Gypsum Product s do 

Production of Mica do 

Production of Tin do 

Production of Manganese Ores do 

Lead and Zinc Mining do 

Production of Baryt es do 

Production of Lime and Sand-Lime Brick do 

Production of Mineral Paints do 

Production of CJoal do 

Production of Antimony do 

Production of Graphite do 

The Stone Industry do ! 

Statistics of the Clay- Working Industries do , 

Production of Bismuth do 

Production of Lead do 

Production of Sulphur and Pyrite do 

Manufacture of Coke do 

Production of Sand and Gravel do 

Chart of the Mineral Products of the United States do 

for the Calendar Year 1905. 

Production of Petroleum do 

Production of Platinum do 

Production of Natural Gas do 

Production of Sand and Gravel * do 

Production of .\lurainum and Bauxite do 

Production of Borax do 

Summary of the Mineral Production of the United do 

States. 
Output and Value, by States, of the Mineral Products do 

of the United States. 

Production of Gold and Silver do 

Production of Gas, Coke, Tar, and Ammonia do 

Black Sands do 

United States Geographical Survey Monograph No. 50 Joint resolution May 
(H. Doc. No. .311, 2d sess. 50th Cong.). 16, 1902; act Jan. 12, 

1895. 
United States Geological Sur%ey Professional Papers: 

No. 4f» ril. Doc. No. 488, 1st sess. 59th Cong.) Joint resolution May 

16, 1902. 
No. 48, pt. 2 (H. Dw. No. 490, pt. 2, Ist sess. 50th do 

Cong.). 
No.*48,pt.3 ni. Doc. No. 490, pt.3,lst sess. 59th do 

Cong.). 
No. 50 (U. Doc. No. 492, l.st sess. 59th Cong.) do 



40 



492 



6ie 



68 



1,500 



10 


400! 


8 


700 


16 


500 


32 


700 


20 


1,000 


4 


600 


8 


600 


16 


600 


268 


5,500 


16 


300 


8 


500 


56 


8,000 


64 


8,500 


8 


300 


16 


500 


16 


650 


56 


800 


8 


600 




30,0P0 


112 


3,000 


16 


500 


20 


2,800 


8 


900 


8 


300 


16 


400 


32 


2,500 


32 


1,000 


240 


10,000 


40 


1,000 


88 


8,000 


224 


•8,278 1 



•3,682 
•10,642 
•10,642 

•3,082 



BEPOBT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTEB. 



63 



authority of law^ joint or concurrent resolutions, or by order of either House of Congress^ 
1907 i and how distributed — Continued. 



Cost of 
litho- 
graphing 

and en- 
graving. 



Cost of com- 
position, 
stereotyp- 
ing, press- 
work, fold- 
ing, insert- 
ing plates, 
etc. 



Cost of 
paper. 



Cost of 
binding. 



Total cost. 



How distributed. 



S28.60 



$5.08 



$33.68 Geological Survey. 



10.60 


1.17 


10.70 


1.39 


11.26 


1.47 


17.10 


3.10 


20.50 


3.34 


9.95 


.98 


10.10 


1.21 


12.^ 


1.76 


364.70 


170.59 i 


9.95 


.90 


8.45 


1.03 


169.40 


58.57 ■ 


180.15 


68.61 


7.25 


.65 


11.25 


1.43 


13.25 


1.93 


27.70 


6.17 


10.10 


1.21 


158.00 


278.29 


104.05 


40.68 


11.25 


1.43 


42.05 


9.40 


12.95 


1.86 


9.90 


.66 


10.60 , 

1 ' 


1.36 


38.95 


11.57 



11.77 


Do. 


12.09 


Do. 


12.72 


Do. 


20.20 


Do. 


23.84 


Do. 


10.93 


Do. 


11.31 


Do. 


14.66 


Do. 


535.29 


Do. 


10.85 


Do. 


9.48 


Do. 


227.97 


Do. 


248.76 


Do. 


7.90 


Do. 


12.68 


Do. 


15.18 


Do. 


33.87 


Do. 


11.31 


Do. 


436.29 


Do. 


144.73 


Do. 


12.68 


Do. 


51.45 


Do. 


14.81 


Do. 


10.56 


Do. 


11.96 


Do. 


50.52 


Do. 



17.85 



4.87 !. 



22.72 



Do. 



$313.50 



2,845.26 



221.49 



566.90 

25.50 

224.70 

1,074.80 


270.81 

5.55 

95.80 

533.10 








$1,050.00 


4,070.75 


835.03 


8.75 


7,294.92 


2,531.55 


7.50 


5,649.30 


985.38 


8.75 


414.30 


139.48 


7.50 



837.71 Do. 

31.05 Do. 

320. 50 Do. 

2,971.40 3,000 Geological Su/vey. 



7,759.79 j 450 Senate, 500 House, 2,500 Geological 
I Survey. 
7.50 ! 9,833.97 1,000 Senate, 2,000 House, 7,000 Geological 

Survey. 
6,643.43 Do. 

782.77 , 450 Senate, .500 House, 2,.')00 Geological 
Survey. 



64 



REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 



No. 10. — Statement of the estimated cost of printing, binding, etc., documents printed bff 

during the fiscal year ended June SO, 



Title of document. 



By what authority 
printed. 



pages. «^**»- 



United States Geological Sur\'ey Professional F&peTs-- 
Continued. 

No. 51 (II. Doc. No. 493, 1st sess. 59th Cong.) 

16. 1902. 

No. 52 (II. Doc. No. 919, 1st sess. 59th Cong.) do... 

No. 54 (II. Doc. No. 921, 1st sess. 59th Cong.) do... 



Joint resolution May i 136 *3,682 



No. 55 (H. Doc. No. 922. 1st sess. 59th Cong.) do. 

Geological Survpy Bulletins: 

No . 226 do . 



No. 274 
No. 274 

No. 275 

No. 277 

No. 279 
No. 281 

No. 283 

No. 284 

No. 285 

No. 2m 

No. 288 

No. 289 

No. 290 

No. 291 

No. 292 

No. 293 

No. 295 

No 297 

No. 298 

No. 299 

No. m) 



binding) do . 

II. Doc. No. 207. 1st BOSS. 59th Cong.) do . 

H. Doc. No. 400, 1st soss. 59th Cong.) do . 



II. Doc. No. 825, 1st sess. 59th Cong.) , do. 

H. Doc. No. 827, 1st sess. .'i9th Cong.) do. 

II. Doc. No. 829, 1st sess. 59th Cong.) do . 

II. Doc. No. 831, 1st soss. 59th Cong.) do, 

II. Doc. No. 832, 1st soss. 59th Cong.) do . 

II. Doc. No. 833. 1st s<^ss. 59th Cong.) do. 

II. Doc. No. 834, 1st srss. 59th Cong.) do. 

II. Doc. No. 836, 1st sfss. 59th Cong.) do . 

II. Doc. No. 837, 1st SPSS. 59th Cong.) do . 



II. Doc. No. 83.8, Ist soss. FMh Cong.) do , 



II. Doc. No. 839, 1st SPSS. 59th Cong.) ' do. 

II. Doc. No. 931. 1st SPSS. 59th Cong.) ' do, 

II. Doc. No. 932. 1st sphs. 59th Cong.) do. 

II. Doc. No. 934. 1st .spss. 59th Cong.) do, 



II. Doc. No. 9.3«. l.st SPSS. 59th Cong.) do , 



II. Doc. No. 937. 1st SPSS. 59th Cong.) do. 



II. Doc. No. 938, 1st SPSS. 59th Cong.) do. 



II. DfK*. No. .03. 2<i SPSS. 59th Cong.) do. 



96 


•3,682 


644 

1 


•6,057 


180 

1 

1 


♦4,557 


208 


1,500 


1 


300 


1,074 


•10,642 


176 

1 


•5,187 


90 


•5,187 


206 


•5,187 


, 114' 


•4,687 



106 



48 



602 



153 



♦8,187 



192 


•10,687 


512 


♦8,187 


144 


♦5,387 


64 


♦4,687 



♦5,282 



244 ♦8,187 



192 


♦5,387 


148 


•4,187 


144 


•5,787 


40 


•5,287 


104 


•4,987 


306 


•4.787 



♦5,487 



•4,187 



REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 



65 



authority of law, joint or concurrent resolutions^ or by order of either House of Congress^ 
1907 J and how distributed — Continued. 



Cost of com- 
' Cost of position. 



litho- 



stereotyp- 

graphing ^J^jJ'',^^^ 
■ ana en- ^•{lIS^" 
graving. j^^ plates, 
etc. 



Cost of 
paper. 



Cost of 
binding. 



Total cost. 



How distributed. 



$1,900.74 J $1,449.80 $301.80 ' $8.75 $;i,007.1o 



2,318.42 



83.02 



30.80 



1,148.68 



796.40 



871.88 ' 289.01 



4,109.27 I 4,312.83 



526.77 1,0-20.80 



780. 80 



210.38 



187.00 159.50 45.82 

I 

9,122.55 1,662.98 



729.50 i 1,379.30 198.27 



443.09 


882.50 


180.30 


700.10 


1,007.08 


254.49 




950.95 


83.62 



745. 50 153. 66 



34.93 1,890.35 239.14 



30.30 


3.830.78 


794.48 


544.43 


1,219.20 


209.85 




392.20 1 
494.35 ; 


4S. 18 


433.05 


48.10 




2,332.08 : 

1 

976.06 , 
971.65 i 


293.67 




150.39 


637.15 


159.26 



879. 85 170. 69 



3-26. 60 : 48. 16 



710. 10 



125. 67 



2,215.40 217.32 

I 
1 

3,264.20 536.70 

483.45 1,042.45 150.41 



7.50 
8.75 



3,480.81 
9,217.07 



8.75 2,300.70 





392. 32 


00.00 


00.00 


0.25 


10,791.78 



5.00 2,312.07 



0.25 


1,512.80 


5.00 


2,686.67 


4.50 


1,039.07 


6.00 


989.18 


5.00 


2, 109. 42 


5.00 


4,650.56 


5.00 


1,978.48 


4.50 


444.88 


0.25 


982. 35 


5.00 


2, 030. 75 


5.00 


1,131.45 


5.00 


1,773.00 


5.00 


1.080.34 


6.25 


1,529.09 


5.00 


1,037.17 


5.00 


2, 437. 72 


6.00 


3,805.90 


5.00 


1,081.31 



450 Senate, 500 House, 2.600 Geological 

Survey. 
Do. 
3'2,") Senate, 500 House, 5,000 Geological 

Survey. 
325 Senate, 500 House, 'A,r)O0 Geological 

Surx'cy. 
Geologi(^Hl Survey. 

Do. 
1.000 Senate, 2,000 House, 2,000 Geological 

Survey. 
470 Sonato, 530 House, 4,000 Geological 

Survey. 
Do. 
Do. 
470 Seiidto, 530 House, 3,500 Geological 

Survey. 
470 Senate, 530 House, 7,000 Geological 

Survey. 
470 Senate, 530 House, 9,500 Geological 

Survey. 
470 Senate, 530 House, 7,000 Geological 

Survey. 
470 Senate, 530 House, 4,200 Geological 

Survey. 
470 Senate, 530 House, 3,500 Geological 

Survey. 
345 Senate, 530 House, 4,200 Geological 

Survey. 
470 Senate. 530 House, 7,000 Geological 

Survey. 
470 Senate, 530 House, 4,200 Geological 

Survey. 
370 Senate, 530 House, 3,100 Geological 

Survey. 
370 Senate, 530 House, 4,700 Geologcal 

Survey. 
370 Senate, 530 House, 4,200 Geological 

Survey. 
370 Senate, 530 House, 3,900 Geological 

Survey. 
370 Senate, 530 House, 3,700 Geological 

Survey. x 

570 Senate, 530 House, 4,200 Geological 

Survey. 
470 Senate, 525 House, 3,900 Geological 

Survev. 



66 



REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 



No. 10. — Statement of the estimated cost of printing, bindingy etc., documents prinUd by 

during the fiscal year ended June SO, 



Title of document. 



By what authority 
printed. 



Nmn- 
berof 
pages. 



Oeologicai Sur\'ey Bulletins— Continued. 

No. 301 (H. Doc. No. 54, 2d sess. 59th Cong.) Joint resolution May 

16. 1902. 
No. 302 (II. Doc. No. 55, 2d scss. 59th Cong.) do 



No. 303 (II. Doc. No. 50. 2d sess. 59th Cong.) do. 



No. 306 (H. Doc. No. 59. 2d soss. 59th Cong.) do , 



No. 307 (H. Doc. No. GO. 2a soss. 59th Cong.) do. 



No. 310 (H. Doc. No. 03. 2d soss. 59th Cong.) do. 



No. 312 (II. Doc. No. 782. 2d sess. 59th Cong.) do. 



Komberof 
copies. 



772 


•4,687 


16 


♦7,657 


112 


♦6,387 


40 


♦4,187 


104 


♦6,387 


264 


♦4,887 


80 


♦5,882 



Illustrations ordered (or Water-Supply and Irrigation do. 

Papers No. 192, 193. 194. 199, 201, 204, 200. 208, Professional 
Paper No. 57, and BuUctins No. 277. 287. 294, 296, 304, 305, 
308 311.314,315,317,320. 
Extracts United States Goological Survey Bullotin 
No. 285: 

Investigations Relating to Motallif«'rous Ores do. 

Investigations Relating to Iron On>s and Nf>nnietal- do. 

liferous Minerals. 

Investigations Relating to Gold and Silver do. 

Investigations Relating to Copper do. 

investigations R«-iating to Tin. Tlatinuin, I/4'ad. and do. 

Zinc. 

Investigations Relating to Iron On-s do. 

Inve.stigations Relating to ('«»al and Lignite do. 

Investigations Relating to rrtmleum iind Asphalt do. 

Investigations Relating to Cements. Limes, and do. 

Plasters. 

Investigations Relating to Clay.** do, 

Inve.stigations Relating to Gla.ns-Making Nfaterials do. 

Investigations Relating t<».Mi?»c<-llan<*ousNomnetaHio do. 

United Stat<'s (;<•«. logical Survey Reports on Water Sup- 
ply and Irri^Mtifm: 

Pap«'r N(.. l.Vi MI. Doo. No. 3.\i. i^t m-^s. .'<nh Cong.- do 



8 


fiOO 


8 


500 


74 


500 


56 


500 


32 


500 


32 


500 


160 


500 


20 


500 


36 


500 


4H 


500 


32 


500 


16 


500 



88 



'4,280 



Paper No. l.Vi <lo. 

Pap<'r N(». ir/.i (H. DfK-. No. 74:^. isl S4«ss. .Tirth Cong.) do. 



Pal^T No. 1«4> do. 

PajM-rNo. Hi) (U. Doc N(». 744. \>t s^-ss. .'jWh Cong.) do. 



148 


800 


198 


♦8,280 


112 


£00 


112 


•4,780 



P}il>er No. U.l (}l. J)'M' No. 74.'.. l-^t m-ss. .TMh Cong.> do. 



116 •3,782 



REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 



07 



authority of law, joint or concurrent resolutions y or by order of either House of Congress ^ 
1907 y and how distributed — Continued. 



Cost of com- 
position, 
siereotyi)- 
ing, pres&- 
work, fold- 

etc. 



Cost of 

litho- 

gn^phing 

and en 



1159.50 



358.30 



45.82 



11,568.82 



Cost of 
paper. 



btadiiJ^. Total C08t. 



IIow distributed. 



14,937. 05 


S520.63 


$31.25 


127.90 


26.43 


6.00 


614.65 


144.82 


5.00 


305.08 


83.37 


5.00 


597.40 


133.39 


5.00 


2,022.20 


193.08 


5.00 


469.00 


82.07 


3. 75 



15,488.93 



470 SenatP., 530 Uouse, 3,500 Geological 
Sur\'ey. 

318. 83 470 Senate, 2,000 House, 5,000 Geological 
Survey. 
1,122.77 470 Senate, 630 House, 5,200 Geological 
Survey. 
439.27 470 Senate, 530 House, 3,900 Geological 

Survey. 
735.79 470 Senate, 630 House, 5,200 Geological 
Survey. 
2,345.28 470 Senate, 630 House, 3,700 Geological 
Survey. 
654. 82 470 Senate, 1,525 House, 8,700 Geological 
Survey. 
11,568.82 



203.23 



7.90 


1.61 


7.90 


1.61 


25.70 


8.18 


20.00 


6.12 


10.70 


3.49 


10.70 


3.49 


50.35 


13.00 


10.40 


2.59 


13.10 


3.63 


16.30 


5.36 


10.70 


3.49 


8.05 


2.14 



680.08 



144.57 





78.75 
1,121.05 


13.84 


310.05 


277.64 




25.30 
506.18 


9.18 


- 4.95 


88.23 


18.76 


815.85 


93.67 



5.00 



5.00 



5.00 



5.00 



9.51 


Geological Survey 


9.51 


Do. 


33.88 


Do. 


26.12 


Do. 


14.19 


Do. 


14.19 


Do. 


63.35 


Do. 


12.99 


Do. 


16.73 


Do. 


21.66 


Do. 


14.19 


Do. 


10.19 


Do. 



1,032.88 612 Senate, 1,588 House, 2,000 Geological 
Survey. 
92. 50 Geological Survey. 
1,713.74 512 Senate, 1,688 House, 6,000 Geological 
Survey. 
34. 48 Geological Siurey. 
694.36 512 Senate, 1,588 House, 2,500 Geological 

Survey. 
933.22 512 Senate, 1,588 House, 1,500 Geological 
Survey. 



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No. 10. — iStatemerU of the estimated cost of printing, binding, etc., documents prinUd bff 

during the fiscal year ended June 30, 



Title of document. 



By what authority 
printed. 



?j??: Number of 



United States Geological Survey Reports on Water Sup- 
ply and Irrigation— Continued. 
Paper No. 162 (H. Doc. No. 746, Ist sess. SOth Cong.) . . . Joint resolution May 

16, 1902. 

Paper No. 163 (H. Doc. No. 747, Ist sess. 50th Cong.) do 

Paper No. 164 (H. Doc. No. 748, 1st sess. 50th Cong.) do 

Paper No. 168 (H. Doc. No. 752, 1st sess. 60th Cong.) do 



Paper No. 169 (H. Doc. No. 753, 1st sess. 59th Cong.) do. 



Paper No. 170 (H. Doc. No. 754, 1st sess. 59th Cong.) do . 



Paper No. 171 (H. Doc. No. 755, Ist sess. 59th Cong.) do. 



Papor No, 172 (H. Doc. No. 756, 1st sess. 59th Cong.) do . 



Pap*T No. 173 (H. Doc. No. 757, Ist sess. 59th Cong.) do . 

apcTNo. 174(11. Doc. No. 758, Ist w'ss. 59th Cong.) do. 

ftpor No, 175 (11. Doc. No. 759 Ist so ss. 59th Cong.) do. 

ap*rNo, 17«i (IT. Doo. No. 7«iO, 1st soss. 59th Cong.) do. 

H|i*T N'r). 177 (U. I)(K-. No. 761, 1st soss, .'»9th Cong.) do. 



ttjjcr .No. ITS (U. \Uyc. No. 762. 1st .v»s, .')9th Cong.) 



Mfior No. 171» (U. I>(M-. No. r,|. 2<1 s«>ss. :Mh Cong.) 



,do. 



.do. 



Hjior No. IW fll. Doc. No. 6.1, 2d sess. :»OthCong.) do. 

RpTT No. ISO do. 

iil'or S(t. mi ni. Do-. No. Wi, 2'| w.sji. .V»t»i (otiK.) do. 



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IHI (U. Po-. No. r/». 21 '^•^n. .Wt»i( onp.) do. 



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.do. 



IWi (ir. Do. No. 71. 2d •»!.«««. .VithCofiK.) do, 

IW «lo, 

IS7 nf. F»rw. No 72. 21 ««*'M. .Mith Cong.) do. 



iss (If. Df> . No 7.1. M 'if'^% .Wth Cong.) do. 



116 ♦4,780 



136 


•4,780 


180 


♦4,780 


166 


•3,123 


156 


•3,82S 


128 ' 


•4,780 


120 


♦3,828 


292 


♦3,780 


112 


•3,780 


144 


•4,080 


204 


•3,780 


144 


•7,780 


288 


♦4,780 


260 


♦8,280 


36 


♦5,280 


136 


•4,280 


136 


1,000 


36 


♦3,780 



310 



IH<» i\\ }u,-. \n 71. J<] «•«*, .*.<#th Cong.) do, 



412 


♦4,780 


48 


♦4,030 


164 . 


♦4,780 


40 


♦3,780 


40 


500 


00 ' 


♦3,780 


68 


♦4,060 


32 


•3,780 



4,780 



BEPOET OP THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 



60 



authority of law^ joint or concurrent resolutions^ or by order of either House of Congress, 
1907 y and how distributed — Continued. 



' Cost of com- 

' C08t of 3?°;"l^^ 

eravSf ing. insert- 
graving, jjjg plates, 

etc. 



Cost of 
paper. 



bto?U^. ' Total cost. , 



How distributed. 



112.87 



390.87 
10.10 



30.25 
18.70 



12.10 



19.80 



3.03 



13.20 
349.10 



997.40 

953.85 

1,197.33 



831.55 

2,034.53 

849.13 
1,113.33 



239.98 

1,066.05 

75.70 
252.18 



16.17 



854.30 

189.73 

15.25 
660.75 

466.70 

167.05 



$865.05 $111.68 



100.97 j 

230.58 i 

86.17 



1,243.25 I 109.75 
1,006.50 1 103.65 



76.11 

186.93 

72.60 
105. 61 



1,628.18 125.15 



1, 148. 68 177. 52 



2,249.10 212.18 



2,584.70 I 347.98 



36.73 

94.12 

16.71 
48.77 



478.50 1,665.45 233.52 

445.50 2,227.30 297.69 

10.73 213.70 19.11 



118.23 

28.77 

3.65 
60.26 

82.06 

30.13 



$5.00 

5.00 
5.00 
6.00 

5.00 

5.00 
! 

5.00 
I 

5.00 , 

5.00 
6.00 j 

5.00 

5.00 ' 

5.00 

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5.00 

5.00 



5.00 I 

5.00 

5.00 
5.00 

5.00 , 

5.00 



5.00 
5.00 
5.00 



$994. 60 512 Senate, 1,588 House. 2,500 Geological 

Survey. 
1,103.37 I Do. 
1,580.30 ' Do. 
1,298.60 512 Senate, 588 House, 1,800 Geological 

Survey. 
1,358.00 512 Senate, 588 House, 2,500 Geological 

i Survey. 
1,115.05 , 512 Senate, 1,588 House, 2,600 Geological 
Survey. 
912.66 612 Senate, 588 House, 2,600 Geological 
i Survey. 

2.226.46 512 Senate, 1,588 House, 1,600 Geological 
I Survey. 

926.73 I Do. 
1,223.94 ' 512 Senate, 1,588 House, 1,800 Geological 

I Survey. 
1,658.33 612 Senate, 1,588 House, 1,600 Geological 

I Survey. 
1,331.20 512 Senate, 1,688 House, 5,500 Geological 

Survey. 
2,466.28 512 Senate, 1,588 House, 2,500 Geological 

Survey. 
2,937.68 512 Senate, 1,588 House, 6,000 Geological 
Survey. 
311.96 512 Senate, 1,588 House, 3,000 Geological 
Survey. 
1,182.87 512 Senate, 1,588 House, 2,000 Geological 
Survey. 
92.41 I Geological Survey. 

318.05 ; 512 Senate, 1,588 House, 1,500 Geological 
Surv'cy. 

2.382.47 512 Senate, 1,588 House, 2,500 Geological 

Survey. 
2,975.39 ; Do. 

248.54 512 Senate, 1,588 House, 1,750 Geological 

I Survey. 
997.33 500 Senate, 1,588 House, 2,500 Geological 

Survey. 
226.53 512 Senate, 1,588 House, 1,500 Geological 

Survey. 
18.90 Geological Survey. 
639.21 512 Senate, 1,588 House, 1,500 Geological 

Sur\'ey. 
902.86 512 Senate, 1,588 House, 1,800 Geological 

Survey. 
208.35 512 Senate, 1,588 House, 1,500 Geological 

Survey. 



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71 



authority of law, joint or concurrent resolutions, or by order of either House of Congress ^ 
1907, and how distributed — Continue<l. 



Cost of corn- 
Cost of position, 
lUh(^ stereotyp- 

and en- • insert. 

etc. 



$23. yc 

24.25 

7.77 



304.20 



414.00 



Cost of 
paper. 



$473.75 $72.95 



73.41 



72. 10 



Cost of 
binding. 



Total cost. 



How distributed. 



$.'>.00 
5.00 
5.00 



$575.66 512 Senate, 1,588 House, 2,000 Geological 

Survey. 
406.80 512 Senate, 1,588 House, 1,500 Geological 

Sun-ey. 
499. 5;{ 51"2 Senate, l,.'i88 House, 2,200 Geological 

Survey. 



552. 25 



3,894.25 1,379.50 



07. 37 



5,200.50 

4, 512. 20 

6,317.20 

80, 287. 00 



3,508.05 


1,072.50 


5, 895. 7,0 


3,507.35 


1,089.78 


0,099.00 


3,333.5i) 


1,127.90 


5,480.40 



3,009.a5 

3,577.95 

0, 300. 05 

4,403.03 
4,040.48 
3,237.88 
3. 539. 08 
4,009.25 
4,314.10 
2.097.35 



1,504.85 
6,067.35 



1,585.25 14,ai2.30 



11.66 3,567.06 



63.50 



1,843.20 
218.30 
331.73 

44,9(i().78 



448.81 



714.07 



1,548.00 
1,411.40 
1,122.34 
1,206.04 
1,429.57 
1,633.92 
05(>. 70 



08.15 
90. 25 



24,73 



1,150.00 

1.073.80 

18,(Mi2. 10 



719.00 



3-20. 08 



356.05 



1,401.02 1,708.30 



1,845.52 
1,704.08 
1,602.20 
1,705.94 
1,704.84 
1.840.21 
1,44<'*.84 



290.44 



5, 829. 00 Dopartnioiit of State. 
7.049.70 Do. 

5,880. 50 S(v .sec. 57, act Jan. 12, 1895. 
7. 722. 73 Do. 

143.377.91 



2, 008. 80 2. 008. 80 McinlxTS and committees. 



719.00 Senate Document Room. 



1 1 , 070. 85 Dopartin^Mit of State. 
11,296.13 Do. 

9,947.95 Do. 



3.783.94 000 Senate, 1,400 House, 1.000 War Depart- 

ment. 
4,049.27 Do. 

9, 530. 03 2,000 Senate, 4,000 House, 2,000 State De- 
partment. 

7.857.15 Do. 

7. 222. 50 Do. 

5.902.42 Do. 

0. 510. 00 Do. 

7,203.0<-. Do. 

7.094.23 Do. 

4.200.95 Do. 



1.573.00 

5. 157. W 

290.44 



Superintendent of Documents. 
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Do. 



7, 203. 52 0, 705. 30 29, 010. 37 : Do. 



3, 898. 89 2. 201 . 40 9. 739. 50 



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72 REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 

No. 10. — Statement of the estimated cost of printing , binding ^ etc., documents printed by 

during the fiscal year ended June SO, 



Ts*i« ^# ^.^.,^««» By what authority KJi*^* Niunterol 

Title of document. ^ printed. ^'J^ copk». 



24 


100 


612 


1.000 


i,(V80 


500 


204 


50 


112 


100 


16 


1.000 


58 


250 


16 


650 



Third Report Board of Geographic Names Joint resolution Mar. 184 500 

28, 1H04. 

Naturalization Laws and Regulations, with index do 

Gauger's Manual do 

A. L. A. Portrait Index do 

Manual of Surveying Instructions do 

Rules of Practice in the United .'^tntes Patent Office. Re- do 

vised Feb. 28. 1905. 
Indiana Liquor Licenses (S. Do<\ No. 384. 2d sess. 50th do 

Cong.). 
Regulations Governing the Unifonn of Commissioned do 

Officers and EnlisU-d .Men. V. S. Navy. 1905. 
Schedule of Volumes of Documents and Reports of 1st do 

session 50th Congress. 
Manual of Wireh-ss Telegraphy for u^e of Naval Elec- do 144 100 

tricians. 
List and Station of Commissi(iTie<l and Warrant Officers do 176 100 

of Navy and Marine Corps, KtOf*. 

Manual for Sjihsist<'me department. 1902 do 

Drill Regulations and Outlines of First Aid for Hospital tlo 

Corps, U. R. Army. 

Military Policy of the United States, by Kmory Upton..? do 

Tests of .Metals and Other Materials at the Watertown do 

Arsenal. 19()6. 

Treasury Deci.sion*. Vol. 11, 1906 do 

Treasury Decisions. 1906, customs edition do 

Court of Claims Reports, Vol. 41 do 

Opinions of tlu* Att<)riu'y-(;*'noral. vol. 25 do 

CongH'Ssional Din-ctory <'2<1 s<'.hs. .V»th Cong., 2d edition^ do 

Public Act No. :«7. rate bill do 

Public Act No. '.'Hi. pure food do 

Public Act No. .TJS do 

Public .\ct Nr». HS4. pun- fofMl do 

Public Act No. .'WT do 

Publi*' Act No. .'{K2. agriculture appropriation do 

Pu)»llr Act No. ;'M. pur«« fof>d do 

Publif Act Nr». II. approved July 24. 18(»7 do 

Act to Regulate- Commen*' n*i amended do 

Act to Regultite Coinmene as unieiKled (iiidex<Mr do 

Act to Regulate Commeree as amended do 

Simplified SiK-lluig. 2d editi<»n. pamphlet edition do 

Simplified SjH'lling. 2d edition, piirket edition do 

Simplified SiHlllug. 2d edition. eanN do 

R« cords of the Virginia Cnnipany of London 

Vol. 1 do 

Vol.2 do 

The Pnsid* nt«- Mi <««age tc»( ongi« «"on the rananni Canal do 

President '•« .Vf'«<«>aKe. 2d «' ««««ion .V»th CongM »••* <lo 

Do........ do 

Rep*»rt InduMrial c orrimi«!«:i'>n do 



•224 


100 


148 


250 


522 


200 


648 


100 


1.014 


111 


775 


100 


624 


25 


756 


25 


446 


100 


16 


100 


8 


100 


16 


100 


8 


600 


16 


100 


32 


100 


8 


500 


72 


500 


64 


100 


72 


100 


72 


300 


64 


250 


16 


250 




260 


638 


500 


612 


500 


64 


2. 000 


64 


300 


64 


100 




449 



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1907, and how distributed — Continued. 



Cost of 
; litho- 
1 graphing 

and en- 
graving. 


Cost of com- 
position, 
stereotyp- 
ing, press- 
work, fold- 
ing, insert- 
ing plates, 
etc. 

125.95 1 

1.45 
148.30 
190.00. 

4.55 
13.60 

7.70 

19.15 ' 

33.45 


Cost of 
paper. 


Cost of 
binding. 


Total cost. 

$37.28 

2.02 

568.71 

760.40 

24.16 

15.73 

9.57 

77.81 

34 66 


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Do. 
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111.33 

.57 

70.41 

291.40 

4.01 

2.13 

1.87 

8.66 

1.20 


mdent of Documenta. 


1 


S350.00 

269.00 

9.00 












S6.60 










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50.00 


• 


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25.32 



16.70 



20.39 



25.75 



88.16 



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8.15 



3.25 



11.40 



Do. 



440 


6.20 
23.25 

29.85 
26.00 

32.30 

2.85 

3.55 

445 

11.65 

.70 

.45 

.70 

2.96 

.70 

1.10 

2.90 

1420 

1.85 

1.66 

11.95 

7.90 

446 

1.90 

130.60 

129.60 

104 00 

7.46 

3.13 


489 
3.28 

15.15 
10.45 

19.50 

.25 

2.86 

3.50 

7.16 

.19 

.10 

.19 

.56 

.19 

.37 

.46 

425 

.76 

.80 

2.08 

3.10 

.43 

.46 

27465 

267.26 

77.76 

a26 

1.26 




18.00 


33.49 
26.53 

81.45 
110.55 

135.05 

77.30 

21.41 

24 20 

32.30 

.89 

.65 

.89 

3.51 

.89 

1.47 

3.36 

18.45 

2.60 

2.45 

14.03 

11.00 

488 

2.36 

71404 
606.75 
36493 

10.70 
439 

80.03 


Do. 
Do. 


2.45 
49.10 


3400 
25.00 

83.25 
7420 
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16.26 
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98.99 


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18937— S. Doc. 5, 60-1 6 



REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 



No. 10. — Statement of the estimated cost of printing ^ binding, etc,, documents printed by 

during the fiscal year ended June SO, 



Title of document. 



By what authority ^"™' 
printed. 



Circular No. 19, Standards of Purity for Food Products..' Joint resolution Mar. 

I 28, 1904. 

Bulletin No. 35, Bureau of Soils do 

Bulletin No. 26, Biological Survey \ do 

Bulletin No. 21, Biological Survey I do 

Bulletin No. 48, Bureau of Statistics do 

Army Horse in Accident and Disease, 1906 do 

Manual of Guard Duty, 1902 do 

Manual for Court&-Martial, etc., 190^ do 

Federal Antitrust Decisions: 

Vol 1 do 

Vol.2 do 

Index Catalogue of Library of Surgeon-Generars Offic**, do 

vol. 12. 

Digest of International Law Joint resolution No. 

36, Jun^ 30, 1902. 
Bureau of Animal Industry Bulletins: 

No. 27 Joint resolution Mar. ; 

28.1904. 

No. 68 do 

No. 68 do 

No. 75 do 

No. 78 do 

No. 89 do 

No. 90 do 

N o . 90 do 

No. 90 do 

No. 90 do 

No. 9<) do 

No. 90 do 

No. 9:> do 

No. 1»2 do 

No. 97 do 

Bureau of Fon-stry Bull«>tin.s: 

No. 17 do 

No. 17 do 

Su. M : do 

No. :r» do 



berof ■ 
pages. 


copies. 


20. 


500 


196 


100 


96 


200 


72 


200 


96 


500 


118 


100 


106 


108 


224 


107 


1,252 


250 


1,240 


250 


996 


100 




2.644 



No. .'>7 <lo . 

No, .>s do . 

No. 7n do. 

No. 70 do. 

No. 71 do. 

No. 71 do. 

No. 71 «lo. 

No. 71 do. 

N<». 71 <lo, 

N'l. 71 do. 

No. 74 do. 

No.74 , do. 

No. 74 do . 



80 



144 
144 

40 
106 
200 

56 
144 
144 ' 
128 
128 
128 
128 
128 
128 

72 

72 i 



500 



88 


100 


88 


200 


184 


200 


48 


200 


16 


100 


48 ' 


100 


48 


500 


48 


200 


48 


200 


48 


200 


48 


200 


56 


100 


66 


200 


100 


200 



300 

300 
-SO 
100 
50 
100 
500 
200 

1,500 
500 
500 

1,000 
500 

no 

1,000 
1,000 



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75 



authority of law, joint or concurrent resolutions, or by order of either House of Congress, 
1907, and how distribiUed — Continued. 



Ck>st of 
Utho- 
graphing 
ana en- 
graving. 



Cost of com- 
position, 
nenotjp- 
ing, press- 
work, fold- 
ing, insert- 
ing plates, 
etc. 




Total cost. 



24.75 



23.30 


[ 5.46 


23.45 


5.46 


1.50 


.53 


16.25 


16.75 


25.25 


1.78 


3.60 


1.49 


36.45 


13.30 


1&85 


4 52 


50.10 


30.01 


25.25 


7.71 


25.25 


7.70 


44.20 


15.07 


25.25 


7.72 


18.95 


7.72 


37.70 


10.31 


35.00 


11.30 


21.30 


A45 



How distributed. 



$7.74 

12.60 

14.55 

21.38 

38.45 

29.05 

27.35^ 

38.70 

162.35 
160.72 
106.26 

564.87 



88.91 



Superintendent of Documents. 

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Do. 

• 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
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Do. 

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22.85 


Do. 


21.38 


Do. 


33.67 


Do. 


29.75 


Do. 


1.44 


Do. 


4.37 


Do. 


25.35 


Do. 


13.79 


Do. 


v. Ua 


Do. 


13.79 


Do. 


13.53 


Do. 


4.22 


• Do. 


13.62 


Do. 


15.64 


Do. 


28.76 


Do. 


28.91 


Do. 


26.78 


Do. 


133.00 


Do. 


27.03 


Do. 


5.09 


Do. 


49.75 


Do. 


23.37 


Do. 


80.11 


Do. 


32.96 


Do. 


32.95 


Do. 


69.27 


Do. 


32.97 


Do. 


26.67 


Do. 


48.01 


Do. 


46.30 


Do. 


20.75 


\ Do 



\ 



76 



BEPOBT OF THE PUBLIC PBINTEB. 



No. 10. — Statement of the estimated cost of printing, binding, etc., documents printed by 

during the fiscal year ended June SO, 



Title of document. 



By what authority S?lJj Number of 
printed- I SS^ «>Pto* 



Experiment Stations Record: 

Vol. 17, No. 11 Joint resolution Mar. 

28,1901 

VoL17, No. 12 do 

Index of Subjects do 

V0LI8, No. 1 do 

Vol. 18, No. 2 do 

V0LI8, No. 3 do 

V0LI8, No. 4 do 

Vol. 18, No. 5 do 

Vol. 18, No. 6 do 

V0LI8, No. 7 do 

Vol. 18, No. S do 

Vol. 18, No. 9 do 

Vol.18, No. 10 do 

Bureau of Plant Industry Bulletins: 

No. 89 do 

No. 95 do 

No. 96 : do 

No. 100, part 7 do 

No. 102, part 2 do 

No. 104 do 

Bureau of Entomology Bulletins: 

No. 14 do 

No. 55 do 

No. 00 do 

No. 01 do 

No. 1, new aeries do 

No. 5, new scries do 

Bureau of Chemistry Bulletins: 

No. 4fi do 

No. 4«'i do 

No. 65 do 

No. (/) , do 

No. 77 do 

No. 77 do 

No. 7y do 

No. s*! do 

No. S4, part J do 

No. M. I -art J do 

No. !«• do 

No. 91 do 

No. ys do 

No. luj do 

No. hrj do 

No. 104 do 

No. id:, do 

Ex|Knrn«-nt Station;, Biili.-tiri?»: 

N'>. > do 

No. 172 do 

Xo. 173 do 



112 

112 
112 
112 
112 
112 
112 
112 
112 
112 
112 
112 
112 

80 
48 
72 
24 
8 
32 

56 
32 
206 
224 
144 
304 

88 

88 

172 

80 

64 

64 

80 

48 

288 

288 

2£6 

100 

224 

64 

48 

M 

210 



I 



60 

50 
60 
50 
50 
60 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
60 

500 
100 
100 
200 
200 
100 

100 
300 

100 

50 

500 

100 

300 
200 
200 
300 
100 
100 
260 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
250 
500 
100 
100 
100 

600 
100 
100 



REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 



77 



authority of laWy joint or concurrent resolutions ^ or by order of either House of Congress , 
1907 J and how distributed — Continued. 



Cost of com- 
etc. 



Cost of 
paper. 



$5.05 

3.50 
2.90 
2.85 
2.85 
2.85 
1.80 
1.80 
2.85 
2.85 
2.90 
2.85 
2.85 

13.15 
2.55 
4.25 
3.15 
3.25 
1.45 

2.20 
7.65 
10.05 
19.55 
30.45 
31.15 



20.10 
5.80 
7.70 



10.52 

1.01 

.Q8 

1.01 

1.03 

.98 

.98 

1.02 

1.00 

1.00 

1.02 

1.11 

1.06 

5.25 
1.22 
2.01 
1.00 
.47 
.72 

.88 
1.90 
3.72 

.76 

12.82 

5.01 



11.95 


4.36 


11.70 


3.33 


19.50 


4.37 


10.60 


3.27 


&80 


1.15 


8.80 


1.14 


15.60 


3.63 


4.50 


.68 


26.50 


3.53 


26.40 


3.57 


27.40 


3.19 


11.40 


1.32 


24.30 


9.01 


14.65 


5.41 


2.40 


1.05 


2.20 


1.01 


9.20 


3.81 



Cost of 
binding. 



Total cost. 



5.67 
1.71 
1.01 



$5.57 

4.51 
3.88 
3.86 
3.88 
3.83 
2.78 
2.82 
3.85 
3.85 
3.92 
3.96 
3.91 

ia40 
3.77 
6.26 
4.15 
3.72 
2.17 

3.08 
9.55 
13.77 
20.31 
43.27 
30.16 

16. 31 

15.03 

23.87 

13.87 

9.95 

9.94 

19.13 

5.18 

30.03 

29.97 

30.50 

12.72 

33. 31 

20.06 

3.45 

3.21 

13.01 

25.77 
7.51 
8.71 



How distributed. 



Superintendent of Documents. 

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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78 



REPORT OF THE PUBOC PRINTER. 



No. 10. — Statement of the estimated cost of printing ^ binding, etc^doeamenU prinUd bf 

during the fiscal year ended June 50, 



Title of document. 



Experiment 8tation« Bulletins— Continued. 
No. 178 



By whAt authority 
printed. 



Num- 
ber of 



Number of 
oc^iee. 



No. 180 

No. 180 

No. 185 

Reeerve documents and reports bound on orders of Sena- 
tors and Representatives: 

2d session Mth Congress 

Special and 1st session 58th Congress 

2d session 56th Congress 

3d session 58th Congress 

Speech envelopes and franks printed for Members of 
Congress: 

1st session 50th Congress 

2d session 50th Congress 

Reprinting miscellaneous bills by direction of the Jobit 
Committee on Printing, 2d session 50th Congress. 



Joint resolution Mar. 
28,1904. 

do 

do 

do 



Act Jan. 12,1805. 

do 

do 

do 



Do. 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 

.do. 



Reprinting of miscdlaneous documents and laws by direc- 
tirm of the Joint Committee on Printing, 2d ession 50th 
Congress. 
Uearingn on the Post-Oflice Appropriation Bill author- 
Iced by the Iloum Committee on Printing. 
Public ftesr^hitionn, 2d nesiUon 50th Congress, Nos. 1 to 29 

n^lO ««ch, r«t^ilar numl)er). 
Private Resolution, 2^1 nesnion 50th Congress, No. 1 (335 

copirs, regular numl>er;. 
Public Arrts, 2d sesnion flOth Congress: 

Non. 1 to m, TA to 95, 97 to lai, lOH to 128, 130 to 152, 165 

to 1A5. 173to 192. 194 to 241 . 243 to252. 256 to 276 (1,810 

each, n>giilar numlier;. 

Son. fA. W>, IWi, 107. 129. 153, 154. Iti6 to 1?2. 193, 242, 253 

to 'ZTA <^2.1 10 copies each, regular numl^er;. 

Private Arts, 2^1 msnion Hiih Congress, Nos. 1 to 2675 (335 

etch. Tt^iinkT numlier/. 
Treaties and Convcntionii l>etween the t'nited States and 
Other I'owith: 
Int •iennion 'Mi\\ ('ongrP!*.H 



Paragraph 4, sec. 1, 
act Mar. 1, 1907. 

Sec. 99, act Jan. 12, 

1805. 
Act Jan. 12, 1895. 



.do. 

.do. 

.do. 
.do. 



.do. 



Totjil 



104 

104 

104 

80 



222 

1,310 
3,472 



7S2 

58 

2 

642 

610 
6,342 



100 

50 
100 
100 



1,410 

2,941 

65,060 

42,608 



10,083,460 

11,061,867 

2,200 

10,810 
22,97D 



4fi0 
62,400 



444,610 

40,000 
887,060 



8 



104 



2/1 sension a»th CongroitM do 

Printing orderi^l for the ComniiNnion on the Uevision of Acts July 1, 1808, and 6,830 
thel^wn iT\\\on urn! flnal report , Int nession TiOth Con- ' Mar. 3, 1901. 
gress. 



2. 



5^320 



176,760 »»6BO,fl0 



.HKfONIi AN'I> TIflRIi KDITIONS. 



Majority n'port CommitU'** on Prtvili'gps and Klivtions, Joint irsolution Mar. 
Senate, Hm<t*iX raw. 30. 1906 
^ Doc. No. 219. 'i«*olfigy nf tlw On I Cn^-k Mountains do 



I 
HOOOI 



BEPOBT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 



79 



€nUhoriiy of laWf joint or concurrent resolutions^ or by order of either House of Congress, 
1907, and how distribvied — Continued. 



Cost of 
Utho- 
graphing 
and en- 
graving. 


Cost of com- 
position, 
stereotyp- 
ing, press- 
work, fold- 
ing, insert- 
ing plates, 
etc. 


Cost of 
paper. 


Cost of 
binding. 


Total cost. 


How distributed. 




• 

15.70 

11.65 

11.45 

2.75 


$1.71 

.76 
1.60 
1.50 


$7.41 

12.41 

12.95 

4.25 

1,79L60 

3,069.00 

70, 24a 75 

49,86&00 

14,232.64 

14,192.15 

9a 53 

52a 35 


Superintendent of Documents. 
Do. 


r 






Do. 






Do. 




$1,79L60 

3,069.00 

70, 24a 75 

49,868L00 


For Senators and Representatives. 




1 


Do. 




1 


Do. 


1 




Do. 




4,832.10 

7,332L94 

8a94 

• 

42a 89 
57Z55 

1,162.66 

142L75 

a35 


9,40a54 

6,850.21 

9.59 

99.46 
166ul3 

ia95 

12.50 

.10 

11L99 

123.37 
215l06 

.68 

iai4 

36a 89 


Do. 


......4.... 




Do. 




For the Senate. 




• • • • • B^ . « • « • 

10L50 


For the House. 




839. 18 For the Senate and House. DenartmentS. 


■ 


' 1,182. 60 

155.25 

a45 

1,105.84 

1,435.56 


etc. 
Committee on Post-Offlces and Post* 






Roads. 
550 Senate. 1,000 House. 200 Department 






of State, 60 Treasury Department. 
100 Senate. 100 House. 75 Department of 




99S.85 




State, 60 Treasury Department. 

550 Senate, 1,000 House, 200 Department 
of State, 60 Treasury Department. 

!%!i(\ RAiiAtA. 1 nnn Housa. .<inn DenArtment 




1,312. 19 






6,644.95 

19.70 

2ia2D 
9.232.80 




of State, 60 Treasury Department. 
6,86a 03 inn AnnfttA. inn TTnuAA. 7Fi Dfloartment of 






2a 38 

22a 34 
9,615.60 


State, 60 Treasury Department. 

100 Senate, 100 House, 500 Department of 
State, 60 Treasury Department. 
Do. 








22.00 


For the Commission. 






• 


189,276.23 


46Q,966.07 


176,224.24 


282,080.50 


1,010,567.04 






28.66 


8.84 
49.91 




37.49 
618.91 


Senate folding room. 
Do. 


306.00 


173.00 





80 



BEPOBT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTEB. 



No. 10. — Statement of the estimated cost of printing, binding, etc., documents printed 6y 

during the fiscal year ended June 30, 



/ 



Title of document. 



By what authority S?5f Number of 



SECOND AND THiBD EDITIONS— Continued. 

Abridgment of Messages and Documents, 1905: 

VoL 1 p Joint resolution Mar. 

' 30, 1906. 

Vol.2 ; do 

I 

United States Geological Survey Professional Paper No. 45 do 

Minority report Committee on Privileges and Elections, do 

Senate, Smoot case (third edition). 

Bulletin No. 65, Bureau of Labor do 

H. Doc. No. 82, 2d session 59th Congress do 

H. Doc. No. 437, 2d session 59th Congress do 

United States Geological Survey Bulletin No. 306 do 

United States Geological Survey Professional Paper No. 45 do 

Annual Report of the Weather Bureau, 19(J5 do 

Abridgment of Messages and Documents, 1905: 

Vol. 1 do 

Vol.2 do 

Annual Report Department of Commerce and Labor on do 

Commerce and Navigation, 1905. 

Memorial Addressee on Hon. O. II. Piatt, of Connecticut. do 

Report of the Uealth Officer of the District of Columbia, do 

1906. 

Report Commissioner of Fish and Fisheries, 1905 do 

Maps to accompany Report of Field Operations, Bureau do 

of Soils, 1904. 

Yearbook, Department of Agriculture, 1905 do 

Session I>aws, 1st session 59th Congress: 

Pt. 1 do 

Pt. 2 do 

Annual Reports of the War Department, 1905: 

Vol. 10 do 

Vol. 11 do 

Vol. 12 do 

Vol. 13 do 

Vol.14 do 

Monthly Consular and Trade Report.", 1906: 

March, No. 306 do 

April. No. .307 do 

May. No. 308 do 

Juno, No. 309 do 

July. No. 310 do 

August. No. 311 do 

Sept«'mlx»r. No. 312 do 

OctotHT, No. 313 do 

NovemlxT. No. 314 do 

Dee«fml)er. No. 3ir) do 

January, 1907, No. 316 do 

Congressional Record, Ist WNnion 50th Congress: 

Vol. 1 do 

rjl. 2 do 

1.3 do 



1,072 

1,140 
336 
' 48 

376 

16 

4 

40 

338 

408 

1,072 
1,138 
1,184 

136 
358 

48 



816 



1,000 

1,000, 
500 

2,500 ! 

I 

I 

320 
' 320 ! 
320 
370 I 
370 
600 

2,500 

2,600 

700 

2,930 
100 

1,000 
1,258 ' 

50,722 



1,006 


1,500 


1,304 


1,500 


904 


600 


304 


600 


428 ; 


600 ' 


728 


600 


453 ! 


600 


240 


386 


228 . 


386 


224 


388 


244 ' 


386 


206 


386 


176 


868 


196 


388 


168 


386 


224 


386 


212 


866! 


240 


866: 


1,012 


8,000 1 


1,012 


2;ooo 


1,012 


1^000. 



KEPOET OP THE PUBLIC PRINTEB. 



81 



authority of law^ joint or concurrent resolutions, or by order of either House of Congress, 
1907, and how distributed — Continued. 



Cost of 
litho- 
graphing 
ana en- 
graving. 


Cost of com- 
position, 
stereotyp- j 
ing, press- 
work, fold- 
ing, insert- 
ing plates, 
etc. 

$288.90 

310.90 

270.95 

35.60 

65.30 

8.06 

2.10 

19.55 

187.95 

112.20 

568.15 
611.65 
369.50 

118.60 
44.45 

21.20 
507.80 

15,721.35 

760.95 
878.85 

149.66 
66.60 
86.06 

134.20 
73.80 

39.66 
39.86 
37.30 
41.60 
36.00 
30.40 
36.26 
30.30 
37.30 
37.60 
39.66 

346.20. 
346.20 
34Sl20 


Cost of 
paper. 

1 


Cost of 
b^lding. 


Total cost. 


How distributed. 




• 

$231.20 

248.20 
72.13 
13.43 

14.37 

7.59 

.17 

6.11 

67.27 

61.60 

1 

299.03 
327.40 
193.80 

81.74 
6.05 

6.64 
9.40 

7,803.90 

339.86 
432.26 

62.70 
17.00 
29.68 
43.38 
26.36 

16.68 
16.83 
13.83 
16.07 
14.75 
12.60 
13.75 
12.00 
14.00 
16.93 
16.58 

480.93 
480.93 
480.93 


$180.00 
180.00 


$700.10 

739.10 

343.08 

49.03 

69.67 

24.44 

2.27 

25.66 

245.22 

323.80 

1,317.18 

1,389.05 

808.30 

932.84 
92.22 

27.84 
894.60 

32,027.88 

1,100.81 
1,311.11 

287.36 
168.60 
190.73 
272.68 
175.15 

56.23 
55.68 
51. 13 
, 57. 67 
49.75 
42.90 
49.00 
42.30 
61.30 
63.53 
56.23 

2,406.13 

2,406.13 

' 2,406.13 


Senate folding room. 
Do. 






Do. 






Bo. 






House document room. 


$8.80 




Do. 




Do. 




Do. 






Do. 




150.00 

450.00 
450.00 

245.00 

1 

732.60 
18.00 

1 


House folding room. 




Do. 




Do. 




Do. 




1 

Do. 


; 23.72 


Do. 
Do. 




377.40 

' 8,502.63 

t 


Do. 




1 

Do. 




1 

Do. 






Do. 




86.00 
86.00 
76.00 
96.00 
76.00 


Do. 




Do. 




Do. 




Do. 




Do. 




• 
1 Do. 






Do. 






Do. 






Do. 






Do* 






Do. 






Do. 






Do. 






Do. 






Do. 






Do. 




1,580.00 
1,580.00 
1,680.00 


Do. 




Do. 




"Do. 



82 



BEPOBT OF THE PUBLIC PBINTEB. 



No. 10,— Statement of the etUmated cost of printing, binding, etc,, document printed bf 

during the fiscal year ended June SO, 



Title of document. 



By what authority 
printed. 



SECom) AND THiBD EDITIONS— Continued. 

CongressionAl Record, Ist leesion fiOth Congress— Cont'd. 
Vol.4 



Vol.6 

Vol.« do. 

Vol.7 do. 

Vol 8 do. 

Vol.9 do. 

Vol 10 do. 

Index do. 

Congressional Record, 2d session 60th Congress: 

VoLl do. 

VoL2 1 do. 

Vol 3 ; do. 

Vol 4 1 do. 

Vol 6 ; do. 

Index ! do. 

Annual Report Chief of Engineers, 1006, VoL 1 ; do. 

Annual Report Chief of Ei^;ineers, 1006, Vol 2 ■ do. 

United States Qeological Survey Bulletins: 

No. 275 •. do. 

No. 277 , do. 

No. 278. ' do. 

No. 279 ! do. 

No. 280 : do. 

No. 281 1 do. 

No. 282 do. 

No. 283 do. 

No. 284. i do. 

No. 285. ! do. 

No. 286 do. 

No. 288 ' do. 

No. 289 do. 

No. 290 do. 

No. 291 do. 

No. 292 do. 

No. 293 do. 

No. 295 do. 

No. 296 ! do. 

No. 297 do. 

No. 298 do. 

No. 299 ■■ do. 

No. 300 do. 

No. 301 • do. 

No. 303 ' do. 

No. 304. do. 

No. 306 do. 

No. 307 do. 

No. 308 do. 

No. 310. ! do. 



Joint resolution Mar. 

30,1906. 
....do 



oc^ns. 



1,012 



2,000 



1,012 


2,000 


1,012 


2,000 


1,012 


2,000 


1,012 


2,000 


1,012 


2,000 


746 


2,000 


1,712 


2,000 


1,010 


2,000 


1,010 


2,000 


1,010 


2,000 


1,010 


2,000 


728 


2,000 


736 


2,000 


1,«8 


125 


1,246 


126 


176 


1,000 


96 


1,000 


64 


1,000 


206 


1,000 


64 


1,000 


114 


1,000 


1» 


1,000 


106 


1,000 


192 


1,000 


610 


1,000 


144 


1,000 


•4 


1,000 


4B 


1,000 


244 


1,000 


183 


1,000 


14ft 


1,000 


144 


1 um 


40 


UM 


80 


1,000 


104 


1,000 


308 


1,000 


003 


. 1*000 


US 


1,000 


m 


1,000 


113 


1,000 


306 


1,000 


40 


hm 


OS 


1,000 


294 


1,000 


364 


!.« 



REPOET OF THE PUBLIC PEINTER. 



83 



authority of law, joint or concurrent resolutions, or by order of either House of Congress , 
1907 f and how distributed — Continued. 



Cost of 
litho- 
graphing 
ana en- 
graving. 



Cost of com- 
position, 
stereotyp- 
ing, press- 
work, fold- 
ing, insert- 
ing plates, 
etc. 



$165.10 
346i50 



246.86 



149.85 
220.00 



286.40 



110.00 
301.84 
226.38 



212.33 
88.00 



120.40 
00.20 



1345.20 i 

I 

345.20 I 
345.20 I 
345.20 I 
345.20 I 
34&20 j 
282.30 ! 
504.40 ! 

345.20 
345.20 
345l20 I 
345.20 I 
282.30 I 
282.30 I 
171. 15 ! 
178.56 j 

145.50 i 

91.50 

46.70 

155.80 

45.80 

44.30 

75.70 

74.90 

140.90 

281.60 

115.10 

27.10 

56.00 

116.90 

94.30 

143.00 

93.00 

45.30 

63.40 

96.00 

144.00 

311.60 

94.00 

333.00 

60.50 

98.40 

60.95 

52.30 

116.20 

128.60 



Cost of ! Cost of 



paper. 


binding. ; 


$480.93 


$1,580.00 

i 


480.93 


1.580.00 


480.93 


1,580.00 


480.93 


1,580.00 


480.93 


1,580.00 


480.93 


1,580.00 


321.47 


1,580.00 


770.27 


2,160.00 


476.00 


1,580.00 


476.00 


1,580.00 1 


476.00 


1,580.00 1 


476.00 


1,580.00 1 


314.50 


1,500.00 


316.20 


1,500.00 


48.18 




oVa y^v 




42.61 




30.96 




11.08 




65.73 




14.66 




18.55 


* ' • • 


30.88 




20.22 




45.02 




97.97 


■ 


44.35 




11.08 




14.43 
36.60 
30.44 
40.29 
30.72 
9.86 
17.90 


1 















29.66 




45.82 




106.67 




42.68 




117. 13 




27.71 




35.34 
14.96 







11.52 





38.25 




41.00 





Total cost. 



How distributed. 



$2,406.13 


House folding room. 




2,406.13 


Do. 




2,406.13 


Do. 




2,406.13 


Do. 




2,406.13 


Do. 




2,406.13 


Do. 




2, 183. 77 


Do. 




3,434.67 


Do. 




2,401.20 


Do. 





2,401.20 


Do. 




2,401.20 


Do. 




2,401.20 


Do. 




2.096.80 


Do. 




2,098.50 


Do. 




374.43 


Do. 




565.04 


Do. 




188.11 


Do. 




•122.46 


Do. 




67.78 


Do. 




468.39 


Do. 




60.46 


Do. 




62.86 


Do 




106.68 


Do. 




96.12 


Do. 




186.92 


Do. 




379.67 


Do. 




309.30 


Do. 




38.18 


Do. 




290.43 


Do. 




163.60 


Do. 




124.74 


Do. 




469.69 


Do. 




123.72 


Do. 




165.16 


Do. 




383.14 


Do. 




354.04 


Do. 




189.82 


Do. 




418. 17 


Do. 




349.01 


Do. 




450.13 


Do. 




186.21 


Do. 




133.74 


Do. 




76.91 


Do. 




63.82 


Do. 




274.86 


Do. 




229.80 


Do. 





84 



REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 



No. 10. — Statement of the estimated cost of printing y binding ^ ete.y documents prinUd by 

during the fiscal year ended June SO, 



Title of document. 



By what authority 
printed. 



Ji^^: Nomberof 
*>er oi ««r>ij»« 
pages. «>P*«»-t 



SECOND AND THIRD EDITIONS- Continued. 

United States Qeological Survey Professional Papers: 

No. 45. Joint resolution Mar. 

30.1906. 

No. 46 do 

No. 47 do 

No. 49. do 

No. 60 do 

No. 51 do 



No. 62. do. 

United States Geological Survey Water-Supply and Irri- do . 

gation Paper No. 158. 
Hearings on Railroad Rates (third edition) : 

Vol. 1 r do. 

Vol. 2 do. 

Vol.3 do. 

Vol. 4. *. do. 

Vol.5 do. 

Digest of Hearings on Railroad Rates, Senate do . 

Digest of Hearings on Railroad Rates, Appendix 9 do . 



Total. 



PRINTED BT ORDER OF THE SENATE. 



Miscellaneous printing ordered by the Senate: 

1st session 59th Congress Senate resolution. 

2d session 59th Congress do 



Documents of which only 642 of the umal number {1,734) 

were prijited. 

9d session 59th Congress Act Jan. 12, 18P6. 

Documents of which only g76 of the usual number {1,734) 

were printed. 

2d session 59th Congress Act Jan 12, 1895 

Documents of which not more titan 64S nor less than g76 of 
the usual number {1,734) were printed. 

1st session 59th Congress Act Jan. 12, 1895 

2d session 59th Congress do 



338 



44,660 



4,196 
16,806 



16,183 



492 



1,730 I 
2,734 



Reports of committees of which only 64i of the usual number 

{1,734) v:ere printed. 

2d session 59th Congress Act Jan. 12. 1896, and 

Joint resolution 
Mar. 30, 1906. 
Private reports of which only the usual number (345) were 

printed. 
2d BeaaioD li^h Congress Ai t Jan. 20, 1905 



4,163 



5,642 



1,000 



452 


1,000 


268 


1,000 


288 


1,000 


68 


1,000 


136 


1,520 


96 


1,000 


^ : 


1,000 


772 


2,000 


992 


2,000 


1,072 . 


2,000 


1,188 ; 


2,000 


1,332 , 


2,000 


816 ' 


1,760 


104 


. 1,760 



180,013 



9,000 
86,205 



121,338 



58,025 



1.835 
3,220 



154,722 



tt2.U0 



REPORT OF THE PUBUC PRINTER. 85 

1 

authority of law, joint or concurrent resolutions ^ or by order of either House of Congress, 

1907, and how distributed — Continued. 



Cost of corn- 
Cost of £^^?^ 

litho- stereotyp- 
etc. 



Cost of 
paper. 



Cost of 
binding. 



Total cost. 



How distributed. 



$409.40 

519. 10 
186.80 
325.30 
74.90 
421.73 

201.00 
37.60 



021.00 
728.40 
762.80 
818.80 
901.50 
574.03 
58.30 



231.26 




134.40 

136.28 

35.87 

166.96 

74.05 
10.15 

175. 14 
223.92 
242.62 
268.13 
302.12 
161.85 
22.33 





























$550.59 House folding room. 



750.36 


Do. 


321.20 


Do. 


461.58 


Do. 


110.77 


Do. 


588.69 


1,475 House folding room, 45 Superin- 




tendent of Documents. 


275.05 


House folding room. 


47.75 


Do. 


796.14 




Do. 


952.32 


Do. 


1,005.42 


Do. 


1,086.93 


Do. 


1,203.62 


Do. 


735.88 


Do. 


80.63 


Do. 



$2,952.38 38,192.26 22,095.07 $38,980.53 102,220.24 



335.27 2,770.66 256.68 425.25 3,787.86 For the Senate and committeea. 

319.35 15,716.27 1,886.84 2,102.85 20,025.31 Do. 



801.42 33,221.18 * 1,844.42 



35,867.02 



282.40 



17.28 



765.70 4,090.85 289.42 
! 5,101.45 188.23 



58.17 10,075.90 305.23 



299.68 



5,135.97 
6,289.68 



10,439.30 



11,720.20 '■• 256.91 ' ' 11,976.11 



86 



REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 



No. 10. — Statement of the estinuUed cost of printing j binding, etc., documents printed by 

during the fiscal year ended June SO, 



Title of document. 



By what authority £^J ] Number of 



printed. 



pages. 



copies* 



PRINTED BY ORDER OF THE SENATE— Continued. 



MUcellaneous printing. 



Ck>nfidential matter, 2d session .">9t h Congress By order of the Senate 2, 796 1 , 758 

Blanks, blank books, etc Requisition from the 8,879 2,996,016 

Secretary. 

Bills and resolutions, 2d session 59th Congress Act Jan. 12, 1895 19,048 2,594,980 ' 

Engrossed and enrolled biUs, 2d session 59th Congress do 3, 722 11,604 

Printing and binding resen'e work: j 

1st session 59th Congress do ; 32,407 . 



Total 86,380 , 7,003,330 



PRINTED BY ORDER OF THE HOUSE. 

MisceUaneous printing ordered by the Ileuse: 

Ist session fiOth Congress 

2d session 50th Congress 

Committee documents, 2d session 50th Congress (1 to 
16). 

DocumenU of which only 6^2 of the usual number {1,7S4) 

were printed. 

2d session 60th Congress 



House resolution. . , 

do 

do 



2,620 

26,087 

64 



Act Jan. 12, 1896 6,664 



Documents of which only SOS of the usual number (1,7S4) 

were printed. 

2d session 50th Congress , 



Act Jan. 12, 1895 



726 



Documents of which only tSO of the U4ual number (1,754) 

were printed. 

2d session 59th Congress .*. 



Act Jan. 12, 1895... 



766 



Documents of which not more than 6Ifi nor less than 180 of 
the usual number (1,734) were printed. 

1st session 50th Congress 



2d session 69th Congress. 



Act Jan. 12, 1895, and 3,934 

joint resolation 

Mar. 30, 1906. 
do 12,702 



Reports of committees of which only 64£ of the usual number 

(1.734) were printed. 

2d session 50th Congress. 



Act Jan. 12, 1895, and 
joint resolution 
Mar. 30, 1906. 



Private reports of which only the usual number (S60) were 

printed. 
2d session 50th Congress 



Act Jan. 12, 1895, and 6,442 
joint resolution 
Mar 30, 1900. 



101,660 

660,604 

6,600 



227,268 



18,606 



80,640 



3,740 



7.401 



3,864 263,230 



686^240 



EEPOBT OF THE PUBUC PMNTBB. 



87 



authority of law^ joint or concurrent resolutions j or by order of either House of Congress, 
1906 J and how distributed — Continued. 



Cost of 
lltho- 



Cost of com- 
position, 
• stereotyp- 

etc. 



Cost of 
paper. 



Cost of 
binding. 



Total cost. 



How distributed. 




$1,214.55 
18,487.83 

27,347.68 
• 6,603.79 

8,638.55 



2,417.77 , 144,271.31 



2,568.19 

25,119.39 

119.35 



6,506.26 



1,755.00 



400.30 



744.15 2,503.38 



1,495.62 16,512.06 



80.85 10,123.26 



7.53 11,382.25 



$58.46 
6,287.78 

1,878.75 


$28.85 
15,418.56 


$1,301.86 
39,342.03 

29,226.43 
6,060.32 

27,893.81 


456.63 




3,676.41 


16,678.85 


16,401.94 


33,664.36 


196,645.38 


244.94 

2,268.30 

2.76 


838.00 
3,657.60 


3,686.88 

31,301.02 

122.11 

7,433.55 

2,802.15 

426.61 

3,365.51 
18,939.28 

10,497.16 
11,583.97 


919.33 




390.73 




• 

26.31 




117.98 




931.60 




293.05 




194.19 









For the House and committees. 

Do. 
Committee on Rivers and Harbors. 



88 



REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 



No. 10. — Statement of the estimated cost of printing y binding, etc,, documents printed by 

during the fiscal year ended June SO^ 



Title of document. 



By what authority 
printed. 



S?S: Number of, 



PSOTTZD BT ORDER OF THB HOUSE— continued. 

Muc6Uaneou9 printing. 

Blanks, blank books, etc Requisition from the 6,125 

Clerk. 

Bills and reaolutions, 2d session 50th Congress Act Jan. 12, 1885 24,656 

Bngrossed and enrolled bills, 2d session 59th Congress do 8,555 

Printing and binding reserve work: 

2d session 56th Congress. do 

2d session 58th Congress do 

3d session 58th Congress do 

1st session 50th Congress do 



6,440,218 

3,171,455 
23,641 

7,682 

1,002 

2,625 

98,485 



Total 103,087 11,T»,085 



L1BRA.RT OF CONORSSS. 



IClsoellaneous documents ordered by the Executive De- 
partments furnished the Library of Congress. 
Binding miscellaneous reserve work 



30,442 

7.807 



Total. 



47,330 



RECAPITULATION. 



Number 
of pages. 



Total cost of printing, binding, etc.: 

Done by authority of law, jomt and concurrent resolutions 176,760 

Done by order of the Senate 86, 380 

Done by order of the Tlouse 103,067 

Done by authority of law for the Library of Congress 

Done on private orders 144,566 

Total cost of printing speeches 

Total cost of paper used for proofs, etc., by this office 

Total cost of printing second and third editions 44,660 

Total 556,453 



REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 



89 



authority of law, joint or concurrent resolutions, or by order of either House of Congress^ 
1907 J and how distributed — Continued. 



(^ost of com- 
I etc. 



Cost of 
paper. 



Cost of 
binding. 



S290.21 



$19,981.11 $4,451.55 



$63,398.78 



Total cost. 



$88,121.65 



34,301.89 : 2,187.44 i 36,489.33 



12,464.44 I 1,093.84 

1.848.85 1,017.28 
371.80 272.80 



13,558.28 



1,007.80 
27,246.70 



256.43 ! 1,700.50 
12,293.24 ! 50,994.80 



3,094.00 I 5,960.13 

642.60 a,287.20 

2,963.73 

90,534.74 



4,574.13 173,212.03 



213.22 1,92&63 



26,960.77 



124,326.37 ' 329,073.30 



1,023.80 



942.35 
6,552.57 



4, 105. 00 
6.552.67 



213.22 ! 1,925.63 , 1,023.80 7,494.92 10,657.67 



How distributed. 



RECAPITULATION. 



Number of 
copies. 



Cost of coraposi- 
Coat of Utho- tion, stcreotyp- 
graphine and ins, presswork, Cost of paper. 
engraving. folding, inserting 

plates, etc. 



Cost of bind- 
ing. 



Total cost. 





' 










29,850,982 


$89,276.23 


$462,986.07 


$170,224.24 


$282,080.50 


$1,010,507.04 


7,003,330 


2,417.77 ! 

' 1 


144,271.31 


10,401.94 


33. 554. 30 


196,045.38 


11,799,085 


4,574.13 


173,212.03 


20.960.77 


124,320.37 


329,073.30 


47,339 


213.22 


1,925.63 


1.023.80 


7, 494. 92 


10, 657. 57 


3,063,109 


873.50 


36,890.23 


9.204.02 


5.978.15 


.52,940.50 


2.830.200 ... 




7,081.88 


5, 322. 93 




12, 404. 81 


• 




2.284.45 
22.0jry.07 




2,284-45 


180,013 


2,952.38 


38,192.26 


38.a80.53 


102,220.24 


54,774,058 


100.307.23 


864,559.41 


250.517.82 


492.414.83 


1,716,799.29 



18937— S. Doc. 5, 60-1- 



t^o 



REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 



So. II. —StaUnunt of allottnentM. €te., modi /V th^. •^xecntivt aj\d judiritd departments ^ 

andindi'pf'}>Arnt gov^mmerU €jitahlijih;v'yn>4. -tr..: n/vi or the ''^tintatfd cost of the vork 
^Xf.oitfd Vff the ^ame./or the fiscal *f¥.iir fT.dM J'tnr ■?". /'*>7. 



Depart nii^nt^. rto. 



Total nf 
dllotmi*rts. 

prr)jprla.t:oc3. 



cost -Df 



from IVpart- P^-^^^-'^^- 
ments .ir:<l 



Paper. 



Ejtiizuited 
coct of 

bUnk 
books, 

ralinc,ete. 



EatiiDAted 
tot*lco«t. 



Tr^ Aiirr D^pArtment t329. 285. » $13*. 688. 70 »53, m 54 Sill. 506. 64 S324, 018. 88 

War I>r..irtni**nt ■JOA.mS.'n I*il7M.a3 -CT^. «> 50.609.88 256,189.33 

Navy r»«*riirtm'^nt «»ll>7.9i)4.74 Lra^iiai^io 32,071.1s C565.30 197,689.13 

Intftrl.-r. I>f Art rnent o? fSSo. 51.1 46 Ic3i5. 165. tl 45, «>7S. 35 54. 37a 10 205, 818. 87 

Pat*^nt Office 43S.064.» i2,3li&T 17.454.28 467,88&01 

Po^t-^j.*of» I>partm.^iit 133.349.78 L:I.«>9.3!> I39.53i93 92. 19a 29 353,225l61 

.lgr>t;:ture, D*f drtm^nt of 450. 5;>2. 41 272. ?3«u 73 S5. S53. 58 36, 19& 91 394, 838. 23 

5tatA. O-part-.'^nt of ♦;.5o7.3S :5,323.74 4.149.76 8.624.04 38,097.54 

f'lAt:^- L^T.iir-.Tn^T.t o* 54.7S3.t>4 24.3«.n.7S 2,756.01 36.538.89 53,656.68 

Comrr.-r^-in.iUbor. Depart nient of. 50n.00i).0n •jr:.734.'?7 •50,927.i> 64,42X73 457,085.60 

Sarr--:- Tcurr Unitf^d Stutea :0.00O.«)O S.'X'3-Jo 57. '.io 4J5l30 <»,487.10 

Courr f«u;m« 19.000.i]i) 17.«.r*.34 321.S 653.22 -17,983.38 

S':rr^r.>Ov;rt Distrct of Columbia. 1.500.00 +1^.20 55. 7S 339.55 844.53 

r.4 : .r.i r: . ..f i .-.r.?n>«a 2Dt?. »v24. So •5*\ i.vtL 37 23. 015. 50 123, 296. 14 206, 354. 01 

Fx:-C';r T-:; 0^.,.^ 2jjiV.iV 3.1.'*. 11 4W.75 242.85 3,9ia71 

>«.U:or..il M';--=*-t:3i 3-*.»}nn.m 30.413.38 3,3*tl;^ 5,092.90 3S,98a47 

SiTi:t:..^....-.:.t:. I.-.'t.tution 10,000. <Ti"k .>.0tifi.21 1.438. 'T l.SSaOO 7,874.88 

Bi: rf-;i -: ■ . f .\ r-.^r.cun. Etlinotogy 21 . ♦.i«\ i< • 12. 430. 57 3, 161. 08 4. 230. 81 10. 831- 76 

Int^rn-tt*-* .nm^rwrommiMion... w'.3+".o2 32,i.>51.45 7.dSo 11.062.05 50.54G.35 

Burr-ftu f tr..- Am^^.cinzi P-f'pablics . . •27. 3-*o. >> 22. 'ijii. rft' 4. 1«. 22 84. 20 27, 189. 38 

PuM;o Prir.t. r 27.o.3.>.06 6,«W.50 6.0QQ.16 4D,25ti.7l 

T^Ul 3,3yS,*.y4S l.->7o,S3!vSS 538,50i.».22 657.423.14 3,in,768.2l 



«fv)7-).lL if :^ ■§ ill 'lit U .1 7-»:?ia >f cill-?ctl>a.^ 

Xo. 12. — Stit'.n:nt showinj the coH '\foprnifii eii^h b''2'i:h yji^ during the fiscal yeaf 

tnd'd June SO, 2J07. 

L:i: or 850,180. tf 

P.ipr i-:! oiliKT material 16,118.88 

Tou: 75,299l05 

Interior - r.inr.h: 

L>t^or 31,003.28 

P.ip"r ar.'l other m.it^rial 0,578.31 

Total 4>,671.88 

War ^r.'^nch: 

UiJ-or 36/747.40 

Pap"r ani othor material 6,000.19 

Total »,736l6B 

Navy r.nnrh: 

Lui-^r 90,98L87 

Fap» r iir.'l '^th-r materl-il 4,10&24 

Total 15,178.11 



REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 



91 



State branch: 

Labor $19,686.16 

Paper and other material 3, 144. 47 

Total 22,830.63 

Agriculture branch: 

Labor 21,634.60 

Paper and other material 8,356. 31 

Total 29,89L00 

Commerce and Labor: a 

Labor 1,078.00 

Paper and other material 193.83 

Total 1,27L02 

Library of Cong^ss: 

Labor 87,520.24 

Paper and other material 21,099.08 

Total 108,619.32 

National Museum :b 

Labor 836.40 

Paper and other material 5. 28 

Total 841.68 



No. 13. — Statement of the distribution of the hound and unbound copies of the Congres- 
sional Record for the second session of the Fifty-ninth Congress. 



Delivered to— 



The Senate folding room 

The House folding room '. 

The House document room 

The Senate document room 

The House library 

The Library of Congress 

OflBcial reporters of the House 

Justices and officers of the Supreme Court of the United States 

Official reporters of the Senate 

Governors of the States and Territories (1 copy each) 

The Senate library 

The Superintendent of Documents (for depositories) 

The President 

The libraries of the nine Executive Departments (1 copy each) 

The Naval Observatory 

The Smithsonian Institution 

The United States National Museum 

Bureau of Labor library 

Civil Service Commission 

On hand, out of which one copy each is to be furnished to newspaper correspondents upon 
application, as per act approved March 26, 1900 

Total 



Copies. 



c2,496 

d5,963 

1 

1 

«60 

62 

7 

11 

7 

52 

20 

503 

1 

9 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

188 



9,376 



a Discontinued April 1, 1907. 
b Created November 1, 1906. 
e Of which number 1,000 copies were delivered. 



d Of which number 2,000 copies were delivered . 
e Of which number 40 copies were delivered . 



V*2 REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 

The numljer of copies of the Record authorized by law to be printed and bound 
wae a»f follows: 



For— Cop5e«. 

Congns8 31,52S 

Library of Congress (B 

Officers of the Hoose 30 

Officers of the Senate 50 

Official reporters of the Senate 7 

Official reporters of the House 7 

Superintendent Senate document room 1 

Superintendent House document room 1 

Governors of the States and Territories 52 

Justices and officers of the Supreme Court of the United States 11 

The President 1 

The Senate library 20 

The House library (30 copies of which upon requisition by Clerk of the Hoose) SO 

The lil)rarie8 of the nine Executive Departments 9 

The Naval Observatory 1 

The Smithsonian Institution 1 

The United States National Museum 1 

Bureau of Labor library 1 

Civil Sen'ice Commission 1 

The Superintendent of Documents (for distribution) 503 

Newspaper correspondents ( 1 copy each) 163 

Total 32,530 

Of tho copies authorized to be printed and bound for Congress and its officere, 
22,841 were delivered un)x)und upon orders of Members of Congress and the otficerB 
of the Senate and House. 

The number of copies of the daily Congressional Record authorized by law to be 
printt^d wuh as follows: 

I 
For— Copies. 

^iemljerb of Congress '3 copies each. 1 to be reserved from their quota, 1 deUvered to VBsldenoe, 

and I dei»veR*d to Capitolj I l,Hi 

The President. White House ' 4 

Clerk of the House tior use of ofUcersand Members) 60 

Secretury'fr (jilnye, United States Senate ' 10 

Sergeant-at-Arnus of the Senate I 20 

Senate ttud House committees (1 copy each) j 117 

Ortk'iul rep^jrters. Sfuute and House (2 copies each) ' 2S 

Supcrinten'ient Semite and House document rooms (1 copy each) 2 

Librury of O^ngro.N.s 10 

Chief J u»ti«:e asMX'iuie juati'.-ea, marshal, and clerk, Supreme Court (1 copy each) U 

Governor of iuwh Stat*- and Territory (I copy each) 32 

Nevfc'spuoer «.orre.siK»n<ieutb { 1 <:opy each; 1© 

Legations abroad (1 i:opy each) ^ 

Foreign l^atiou.s, <.ity (I copy each) .17 

Soldii;rs Home, National Homes for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, and State Soldien' Homet, 

estubiish<Ki foreitUrr K«jd«>ral orC>>nfederat«.' soldiers (1 copy each) 40 

Total 2 0C2 



REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 



93 



No. 14. — Statement of annual reports and documents printed upon requisitions by the 
heads of Departments far the fiscal year ended June SOy 1907. 



STATE DEPARTMENT. 



Title. 



Address by the Secretary of State at Kansas City, Mo., Jan. 11, 1907 

Commercial Agreement with Germany 

Ck>ngo Free State | 

"Consuls, " from Moore's Digest of International Law, Chapter 16 - 

Foreign Relations, 1905 

Immigration and Naturalization 

Japanese in San Francisco Public Schools 

Message of the President at Commencement of the Second Session Fifty-ninth Congress. .. 

Report of Hon. W. J. Calhoun, Special Commissioner on New York and Bermuda Case 

Report of the Delegates of the United States of America to the International Conference of 

American States 

Report on Citizenship, Expatriation and Protection Abroad 

Rules of War on Land 

Rules of War on Sea 

Seagohig Vessels of the United States, List of, 1906 

Report, Third, of the Board on Geographic Names 



Number 
of copies. 

fiOO 

2 

25 
1,000 
625 
500 
26 
750 
150 

1,000 
225 
100 
100 
800 
500 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT. 



Act to Amend the National Bank Act, and for Other Purposes. 
Annual Report of the— 
Auditor for the— 

Navy Department, 1906 

Post-Offioe Department, 1906 

State and Other Departments, 1906 

Treasury Department, 1906 

War Department, 1906 

Commissioner of Internal Revenue, 1906 

With tables 

Comi)troller of the Currency, 1906 

Text of 

Director of the — 

Bureau of Engraving and Printing, 1906 

United Statea Mint, 1906 

Public Health and Marine-Hospital Service, 1906 

Register of the Treasury, 1906 

Secretary of the Treasury, 1906 

Supervising Architect of the Treasiuy, 1906 

Treasurer of Porto Rico, 1906 

Treasurer of the United States— 

1905 

1906 

Sinking Fund, 1906 

United States Life-Saving Service, 1906 

Book of Estimates, 1908 

Claims Allowed by Accounting Officers of the Treasury 

Contingent Expenses, Treasiuy Department, 1906 

Decisions of the Comptroller of the Treasury- 
Volume 12 

Volume 13, Pt. 1 

Volume 13, Pt. 2 

Volume 13, Pt. 3 

Delinquent Officers 



250 



500 
2,500 
1,200 
2,500 

300 
1,000 
1,000 
8,500 
2,000 

500 
2,000 
4,000 
1,000 
4,500 
1,000 
40 

500 
1,000 
800 
4,000 
625 
150 
235 

1,625 
800 
725 
625 



94 REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 

No. 14. — Statement of annual reports and documents printed upon requisitions by the 
heads of Departments for the fiscal year ended June SO, J 907 — Continued. 

TREASURY DEPARTMENT— Continued. 

Titifi Number 

^*"®* of copies. 



Digest of— 

Appropriations — 

1907 775 

1908 1,475 

Internal-Revenue Decisions 500 

International Law- 
Volume 3 50 

Volume 4 50 

Volume 6 50 

Volimie 6 50 

Volume 7 50 

Volume 8 50 

Naval Appropriations, 1907 1, 100 

Expenses of Collecting the Revenue from Customs, 1908 75 

Finance Report, with Tables and Report of Heads of Bureaus of the Treasury Department, 

1906 800 

Hygienic Laboratory Bulletin- 
No. 25 2,000 

No. 27 2,500 

No. 28 1,500 

No. 30 2,000 

No. 31 2,000 

No. 32 2,000 

No. 33 2,500 

No. 34 2,000 

No. 35 3,000 

Index to PuUic Health Reports, Vol. 21, No. 1-16 3,500 

InstructioDs and Suggestions Relative to Organization of National Banks 1, 000 

Judgments Rendered by the Court of Ciaims 120 

List of Stations of the Conmiissioned Officers of the United States Revenue-Cutter Service, , 

January 1, 1907 

Messagos of the President, Beginning Second Session Fifty-ninth Congress 

National Bank Act as Amended, 1906 

Official Emoluments of Customs Officers, 1906 

Official List of— 

Commissioned and Noncommissioned Officers of the Public Health and lCarine-Ho»- 

pital Service 

Commissioned Officers of the Public Health and Marine-Hospital Service j 500 

Official Register of the United States Life-Saving Service, 1906 600 

I 

Prevention of Tuberculosis Among Government Employees [ 500 

Proceedings of the Annual Assay Commission, 1907 1 325 

Prophylactic Value of Vaccination, The i 1,000 

PublicHeaithReports, weekly, July 1,1906, to June 30, 1907 • 3,500 

Public Health Report, Vol. 22, No. 19, reprint t 3,500 

Register of Officers and Vessels of the United States Revenue-Cutter Service— 

1906 

1907 

Regulations of the United States Revenue-Cutter Service 

Report of the Keep Commission on Annual Leaves , 

Report on the Production of Precious Metals, 1905 

Report, Third, of the Board on Geographic Names , 

Report of the Conditions of National Banks, Abstract of '. 

Rulps and Regulations for the Enforcement of the Food and Drug Act 

Tabl*' of Monetary Systems 



600 

50 

3,000 

300 



500 



800 
800 

1,200 
500 

2,000 

100 

28,300 

5^000 



REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 95 

No. 14. — Statement of annual reports and documents printed upon requisitions by the 
heads of Departments far the fiscal year ended June SO, 1907 — Continued. 

TREASURY DEPARTMENT— Continued. 



Title. 



Number 
of copies. 



Tariff of 1897 on Imports into the United States 

Tariff of 1897 and War Revenue Act, 1898, The; also Act of Mar. 2, 1901 

Transactions of the Annual Conference of State and Territorial Health Oflacers- 

Third 

Fourth 

Transportation of Government Employees 

Treasury Decisions- 
Customs, 1906 

Internal Revenue, 1906 



1,000 
1,000 

750 
760 
300 

1,400 
800 



United States Gangers' Manual 3,000 

LIBRARY OF CONGRESS. 

A. L. A. Portrait Index 2,600 

Annual Report of the Librarian of Congress, 1906 8,000 

Bulletin No. 1, The Copyright Law ' 1, 000 

Bulletm No. 3, Copyright- . . • 2, 000 

BuUetin No. 16, Card Section j 2, 500 

BuUetin No. 17, Card Section • 2, 500 

Bulletin No. 19, Card Section ' 2, £00 

Calendar of Correspondence of George Washington j 3, 025 

Catalogue of Title Entries of Books and Other Articles Entered in the Oflioe of the Register 

of Copyrights, Published Weekly, for the Fiscal Year, 1906-7 each. . ! 500 

Classification, Class A, "Science" 750 

Classification, Section of Class K, Law. 250 

Copyright BUI, The 1, 000 

Headings and Subheadings for the Index to the Federal Statutes 1, 500 

Journals of the Continental Congress, 1774-1789, Vol. 7 2, 000 

Library of Congress and Its Works, 1907, The 5,000 

List of Bonds of the Letters of Marque of the Revolution | 2, 500 

List of Books Indexed in the A. L. A. Portrait Index, 1906 1,500 

List of Books on Immigration, 1907 1 . 000 

List of Books Relating to— ' 

Periodicals on Immigration -• 250 

Trusts 250 

List of Books with Reference to Periodicals on Immigration 250 

List of Discussions on the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Amendments 2. 500 

List of Publications 7. 000 

List of Works Relative to the French Alliance in the American Revolution 2. 500 

List, Select, of Books on Labor Relating to Strikes 250 

List, Select, of Books Relating to Iron and Steel in Conunerce, 1907 2, TOO 

List, Select, of Books Relating to the Far East | '250 

List, Select, of Books vwith Reference to Periodicals ) Relative to Iron and Steel in Com- 
merce. 1907 ! 2, 500 

List, Select, of References on Anglo-Saxon Interests 2. 500 

List, Select, of References on Old Age and Civil Service Pensions ; 250 

List, Select, of References on the British Tariff Movement 1, 000 

List, Select, of Works Relating to the Taxation of Inheritances and Incomes 2, 500 

Mercantile Marine Subsidies 500 

Preliminary Check List of American Almanacs, 1639-1800 2. 500 

Records of the Virginia Company of London — 

VoLl 1,500 

Vol.2 1 500 

References, Select, on Negro Question 1 , 000 



96 REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 

No. 14. — Statement of annvul reports and documents printed upon requxMons by the 
heads of Departments for the fiscal year ended June 50, 1907 — Continued. 

COURT OF CLAIMS. 



Title. ■ S'SS^ 



Calendar, December, 1906 300 

Code of the District of Columbia ' 12 

Court of Claims Report, Vol. 41 380 

Report of Court of Claims to Congress, 1906 100 

Rules of the Supreme Court, 1906 : 1,000 



DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE. 

Act to Regulate Commerce 300 

Annual Report of the— 

Assistant Attorney-General, 1906 300 

Attorney-General, 1906 » 7,300 

Board of Trustees, Reform School, 1906 300 

President of the Board of Trustees of the Girls' Reform School, 1906 300 

Constitution of Oklahoma 100 

Decisions Sustaining Employees' Liability Act, Recent fiO 

Digest of Opinions of the Solicitor of the Treasury, 1906 fiO 

Federal Antitrust Decision^— 

Volume 1 300 

Volume 2 300 

French Spoliation Cases, List of 80 

Laws and R^ulations Governing the Department of Justice 100 

Opinions of the Attorney-General, Vol.25 1,000 

Opinion of the Attorney-General as to Admission of Certain Aliens 128 

Opinion of the Attorney-General on Immigration Laws 400 

Opinion of the Attorney-General on Labeling Spirits 300 

Register of the Department 2, 300 

Register of the Office of the Attorney-General 70 

Report of the Solicitor of the Treasury, 1906 800 

Report, Personal, of the Attorney-General, 1906 300 

Special Report of W. E. Fuller as to Work of Spanish Treaty Claims Commission 800 

Statement as to Action Begun Relative to Treaty with Japan 100 



SUPREME COURT OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. 

Cirruit Court Trial Calendar 88 

SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES. 
Journal of Supreme Court during October Term, 1906, Daily from October to May, bidiulTe.. 78 



INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 



Accident Bulletin- 
No. 19 10,008 

No. 20 10,008 

No. 21 10,008 

No. 22 10,008 

Act to Regulate Commerce 15,008 

Amended 28,008 

With index 10,008 



REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 97 

No. 14. — Statement of annual reports and documents printed upon requisitions by the 
heads of Departments for the fiscal year ended June SOy 1907 — Continued. 



INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION— Continued. 

Title. 



Number 
of copies. 



Automatic Railway Appliances 2, 000 

Car Shortage and Insufficient Transportation Facilities 350 

Classification of Exx)enditures for Road and Equipment as Prescribed by the Interstate ' 

Commerce Conunission, 1907 8, 600 

Classification of Locomotive Miles, Car Miles, and Train Miles as Prescribed by the Inter- { 

state Commerce Commission, 1907 8, 600 

Classification of Operating Expenses, edition 1902 600 

Classification of Operating Exp^ises, as Prescribed by the Interstate Commerce Commis- I 

8ion,1907 • ! 33,000 

Classification of Operating Revenue, as Prescribed by the Interstate Commerce Commis- | 

sion,1907 11,500 

Decisions Construing Federal Safety-Appliance Acts 2, 000 

Eighteenth Annual Report of Statistics on Railways in the United States, 1905 9, 100 

Employment of Charles S. Hanks by the Interstate Commerce Commission 500 

Harriman Investigation, In re i 36 

♦ Income Account of Railways in the United States, 1906 5, 000 

Investigation of Railroad Discriminations 2, 500 

Limiting Hours of Service of Employees 5, 000 

List of National, State, and Local Commercial Organizations, and of Agricultural Associa- , 

tions... 6,000 

Meaning of Safety-Appliance Act and Amendatory Acts and Combinations 500 

Proceedings of the Eighteenth Annual Convention of National Association of Railway Com- 
missioners, Held at WasWngton, D. C, April 25, 1906 2, 500 

Railway Statistics in the United States, 1905, Abstract of 2, 000 

Report and Opinion of Interstate Commerce Commission, Weil Brothers v. Pennsylvania 

Railroad Company 2, 250 

Report of the Commission on Coal and Oil Investigation 15 

Report of the Commission on Railroad Telegr&ph Contracts 4, 000 

Reports and Opinions of the Commission — 

A ugust, 1906 2, 250 

September, 1906 2,250 

November, 1906 , 2, 500 

December, 1906 • 6, 500 

January, 1907 2,000 

February, 1907 2,750 

March, 1907 2,600 

April, 1907 21,600 

May, 1907 52,400 

June, 1907 200 

Report to Congress by Interstate Conunerce Commission upon Relations of Common Car- 
riers : 150 

Rules of Practice before the Conunission In Cases and Proceedings under Act to Regulate 

Commerce, Revised April 9, 1907 6, 000 

Safety- Appliance Acts 1, 000 

Special Brief for the United States upon the Constitutionality of Section 10 of Arbitration 

Act, June 1, 1888 100 

Special Reparation on Informal Complaints, Circular on 4,000 

Table of Cases and Opinions of the Interstate Commerce Commission from April, 1887, to 

August, 1906... 500 

Tariff Circular, 1 A 2, 500 



98 REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 

No. 14. — Statement of annual reports and documents printed upon reqvigitions hy the 
heads of Departments for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1907 — Continued. 



INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION— Continued. 

Title. 



Number 
of copies. 



Tariff Circulars for— 

January, 1907 10,000 

February, 1907 20, 000 

March, 1907 . 5,000 

May, 1907 5,000 

Testimony Taken by Interstate Commerce Commission in Matter of Relation of Common 

Carriers 200 

Grain Trade 150 

Through Routes and Through Rates, Press Matters on, Report of : 300 

Twentieth Annual Report of the Interstate Commerce Commission .35, 000 

Advance copies 2,500 

Synopsis of 3,000 



EXECUTIVE OFFICE. 

Address of the President at— 

Georgia State Building, Jamestown Exposition, June 10, J907 1,550 

Harrisburg, Pa.. Oct. 6. 1906 1,651 

nar\^ard University, Feb. 23, 1907 1,662 

Indianapolis, Ind., May 30, 1907 1,578 

Jamestown, Apr, 26, 1907 2, 1© 

National Editorial Association, Jamestown, Va., June 10, 1907 100 

Portsmouth, Va 1 , 500 

Semi-Centennial Celebration of the Founding of Agricultural Collies in the United 

States, at Lansing. Mich., May 31, 1907 1,528 

Message of the President at the Beginning of the Second Session Fifty-ninth Congress 2, 108 

Message of the President on Porto Rico 1,400 

Message of the I*resident on Brownsville Affray 1,500 

Message of the President Regarding the Japanese 25 

Message (Special j of the President on the Japanese in San Francisco 1,400 

Message (Special; of the President Submitting to the Senate Additional Testimony and 
Various Exhibits Relating to the Discharge of the Three Companies of the Twenty-filth 

Infantry, U. S. Army 100 



SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION. 



Annual Report of the Acting Secretary, 1906 500 

Advance copies SO 

Annual Report of the American Ilistorlcai Association, 1905, Pt. 1 250 

Annual Report of the Smithsonian Institution, 1905 — 

V olume 1 TOO 

Advance copies 50 

Procee^Iings of the Board of Regents, Smithsonian Institution, 1906, advance eoplet 50 



NATIONAL MUSEUM. 

Annuai Report of the Smithsonian Institution, Pt. 2, 1905 * 7,000 

Birds of North and Middle America, The 3,00 

BuUetin No. 39, Pt. A • 1,000 

Bulletin No. 51 (Supplement A) > i,0Q0 



REPOBT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 99 

Xo. 14. — Statement of annual reports and documents printed upon requisitions by the 
heads of Departments for the fiscal year ended June SO, 1907 — Continued. 

NATIONAL MUSEUM-Continued. 



™e. Nu^p^'. 

BuUetin No. 53, Pt. 2 3, 000 

Bulletin No. 67, The Families and Genera of Bats 3,000 

Contributions from the United States National Herbarium— 

Vol.11 3,200 

Vol. X, Pt. 3 3,250 

Vol. X, Pt. 4 3,200 

Genus Ptelea in the Western and Southwestern United States and Mexico, The 3, 260 

Instructions for Collecting Mollusks, and other Useful Hints for the Conchologlst 600 

Mammals of the Mexican Boundary of the United States 3,000 

Report of the United States National Museum, 1906 5,000 



BUREAU OF AMERICAN ETHNOLOGY. 



Antiquities of the Jemez Plateau, New Mexico 3, 50a 

Article on Missions 50^ 

Handbook of American Indian Tribes of North of Mexico, Pt. 1 5,000 

Twenty-fourth Annual Report of the Bureau 3, 500 

BUREAU OF THE AMERICAN REPUBLICS. 

American Constitutions, Vol. 2 1 , 500 

Annual Report of the Director of the Bureau, 1906 50 

Exports of Manufactures from the United States and Their Distribution b^ Articles and 

Countries 500 

International Sanitary Convention, Second General i . 000 

Monthly Bulletin— 

J uly, 1906 10, iiOO 

August, 1906 10, 500 

September, 1906 10. 500 

October, 1906 9, 500 

November, 1906 9. 500 

December, 1906 ^ 9. -MX) 

January, 1907 9, 500 

February, 1907 9, 50O 

March , 1907 9, 500 

April, 1907 9, 500 

May, 1907 5,500 

June, 1907 if 5, 50O 

Publications of the Bureau, Price List of 3, 000 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Abortion, or SUnldng the Calf 2,000 

Absorption of Phosphates and Potassium by Soils, The 500 

Accessions to the Department Library : 

April, May, and June, 1906 1 , 000 

July, August, and September, 1906 1,000 

October, November, and December, 1906 1,000 

January, February, and March, 1907 .•' 1 , 000 

Actinomycosis, or Lumpy Jaw 5, 000 

Action of Water and Aqueous Solutions Upon Soil Phosphates, The '2.>^l^ 



100 



REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 



No. 14. — Statenunt of annual reports and documents printed upon requisitions by the 
heads of Departments for the fiscal year ended June SO, 1907 — Continued. 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE- Continued. 



Title. 



Number 
of copies. 



Advance Sheets, Field Operations of the Bureau of Soils, 1906: 

Cad do Pa rish , La 1 , 000 

Escambia County, Fla 1, 000 

Lee County, Ala 1,000 

Montgomery County, Miss 1,000 

New Hanover County, N. C 1, 000 

Oklahoma County, Okla 1, 000 

Pontotoc County, Miss 1,000 

San Marcos Area, Tex 1,000 

Stockton Area, Cal. (1905) 1,000 

Waycross Area, Oa 1,000 

Advantage of Planting Heavy Cotton Seed, The 09,000 

Agricultural Chemists, Extracts from the Proceedings of the Association of OflOcial, 1900. . . 2, 000 
Agricultural Chemists, Methods of Analysis Adopted by the Association of OfltoUl, 

Nov. 11, 12, and 14,1906 BOO 

Agricultural Chemists, Proceedings of the Twenty-second Annu&l Convention of the Absq- 

ciation of Official, held at Washington, D. C, Nov. 16, 17, and 18, 1905 2,000 

Agricultural Colleges and Exfwriment Stations in the United States, December, 1900, 

Organization Lists of the 3,1100 

Argicuitural Education, 1905, Progress in 3,000 

Agricultural Investigations in Alaska, 1905, Report on 5,000 

Agricultural Investigations in Hawaii, 1906, Report on 5,000 

Agricultural Investigations in Porto Rico, 1905, Report on 5,000 

Agriculture, Exercises in Elementary 7,000 

Agricuit u re in Our Industries 1, 000 

Agriculture, Sr»condary Course in 1,500 

Alcohol and Gasoline in Farm Engines, The Use of 35,000 

Alfalfa Growing 36,000 

Alfalfa Seed 20,000 

Adulteration of 5,000 

Alkali Soils of tho United States.. A Review of Literature and Summary of Present Infor- 
mation 1, 000 

Amf'rican Agricultural Colleges and Experiment Stations, Proceedings of the Twentieth 

A nnual Convention of the Association of, held at Baton Rouge, La., Nov. 14-10, 1906 1 1,000 

American Association of Farmers' Institute Workers, Proceedings of the Eleventh i 

Anniml M«!tf>ting of the. held at Baton Rouge, La., Nov. 12-14, 1906 5,000 

Amorican Saddle Horse, The 1,000 

Anniiul Flowering Plants l 30,000 

Annual Report and Work and Expenditures for the Agricultural Stations for the Year ended 

Jun«' :t), IV).'}, Summary of '• 1,000 

Annual Report of Irrigation and Drainage Investigations, 1904 4,100 

Annual Report of the - i 

Alaska Agririiltural Experiment Stations for 1906 ' 5,000 

Chief of the Weather Bureau, 19^) ' 4,000 

UirK-*?of KxjH'.Timf.nt Stations, H«5 1 5,000 

Porto Rico Agricultural Experiment Station for 19C6 * 5,000 

Afiiaries, Rpport of the Meeting of Inspectors of, at San Antonio, Tex i 3,000 

Apple and How to Grow It, The I 55,000 

AppU', Tho Aphides Affwting tho 8,000 

Applns, Evaporation of , 30,000 

Application of Vegetable Propagation to Leguminous Forage Plants, The 3»00i 

\rbor Day— Lesw)n of the Day ITB^OOi 

•nyWorm.The | i,00i 



REPORT OF THE PUB1>IC PRINTER. 



101 



No. 14. — Statement of annual reports and documents printed upon requisitions by the 
heads of Departments for the fiscal year ended June SO, 1907 — Continued. 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE— Continued. 



Title. 



Asparagus Culture 

Baby Beef 

Bacteria of the Apiary, with Si)ecial Reference to Bee Diseases, The 

Bacteriolytic Power of the Blood Senim of Hogs, The 

Barnyard Manure 

Basket Willow, The 

Beans 

Beans, Peas, and Other Legumes as Food. 

Beautifying the House Grounds 

Bedbug, The 

Beef Production, Some Essentials in 

Bee Keeping 

Beer Analysis, Report on Methods of 

Bees, The Brood Diseases of 

Beet-Sugar Industry in the United States, Progress of the 

Bird Day in the Schools 

Birds and Game, 1906, Directory of Officials and Organizations Concerned with the Pro- 
tection of 

Birds Useful in the War Against the Cotton Boll Weevil 

Blackleg Vaccine, Directions for the Use of 

Black Rot of the Cabbage, The 

Blue Jay and Its Food, The 

Bobwhite and Other Quails of the United States in Their Economic Relations 

Boll WfH^vil, Control of the, Including Results of Recent Investigations 

Boll Weevil in Cotton Seed and at Ginneries, Controlling the 

Bomb Calorimeter, Investigations in the Use of the 

Borax Experiments, Results of 

Boys' Agricultural Clubs 

Bread and the Principles of Bread Making 

Breeds of Dairy Cattle 

Broom Com 

Brown-Tail Moth and How to Control It 

Bulletins and Circulars issued by the United States Department of Agriculture for Free 
Distribution in the United States. List of 

Butter, Investigations in the Manufacture and Storage of 

Butter Making on the Farm. . : 

Butter. A Rapid Method for the Determination of Water in 

Cabbage Worm, The Imported 

Calcium Sulphate in Aqueous Solutions: A Contribution to the Study of Alkali Deposits. . . 

Canadian Field Peas 

Canned Fruit, Preserves . and Jellies: Household Methods of Preparation 

Capon and Caponizing 

Carbon Bisulphid as an Insecticide 

Card Index of Experiment Station Literature, The 

Care of Milk on the Farm .• 

Cstrppt Beetle or "Buffalo Moth." The. . .'. 

Cattle, Scabies of 

Cattle Tick and Texas Fever, Notes on 

Cattle Tick in It« Relation to Southern Agriculture, The 

Cattle Ticks, Methods of Eradicating 

Cattle Ticks, Proceedings of a Conference of Federal and State Representatives to Consider 
Plans for the Eradication of the, Held at Nashville, Tenn 

Celery , 



Number 
of copies. 

20,000 

1,500 

3,000 

2,000 

35,000 

500 

30,000 

3O,00Q 

50,000 

3,000 

20,000 

25,000 

3,500 

5,000 

5,000 

500 

3,000 

112,000 

10,OOU 

5,000 

1,000 

1,000 

25,000 

10,000 

2,700 

500 

500 

35,000 

45,000 

5,000 

15,000 

2,600 

5,000 

65,000 

12,000 

1,000 

3,600 

10,000 

66,000 

4,000 

10,000 

100 

30,000 

1,000 

16,000 

600 

30,000 

10,000 

6,600 
60,QQa 



102 RKPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 

No. 14.- SlaUnif.nt of annual reports cmd documents printed up<m requisitions by the 
hfodn of Departments for the fiscal year ended June SO, 1907 — Continued. 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE— Continued. 

Title. 



Number 
of copies. 



(>l«r>' Culture 20,000 

Ompiii Mortar and Concrete, Preparation and Use for Farm Purposes 66,000 

f '<■ rt-u I Bn'iikfHSt Foods 40,000 

Chanjfosln Fann Vuluos. 1900-1905 49,600 

ChangK^flin Ofllcidl Methods of Analysis and Additions Thereto, 1899 to 1905 2,200 

Chnnscs in Provrsional Methods for the Analysis of Foods and Additions Thereto, from 

1902 to 1905 2,600 

ChwBf, Investigations in the Manufacture and Curing of 8,700 

Chftpsc Makinson the Farm 16,000 

Chf'^'so, Tlie Cold Storage of 7,000 

Chlrkcns, Standiird Varieties of 65,000 

Chinch Bug. The 3,000 

Cicada in lOOC, Tlio Periodical 2,000 

Citrus Fruits In Florida, The Principal Diseases of ! 600 

Clearing Now Land 15,000 

Ciimatolocv of tho Uniti'd States 1,000 

Ciovir Mite, The 4,000 

Codling Moth and Apple Scab, The Control of the 30,000 

Colorado I'otuto Ikrtlo, The t 3,000 

Colorinietri*', Turbidity, and Titration Methods Used in Soil Investigations 1,000 

Coloring Matters f«^r FoodstuUs and Methods for Their Detection 1,300 

Comnien'ial Fert ilizers : Compos! t ion and Use 30,000 

Compar.itive Value of Whole Cotton Seed and Cotton-Seed Meal in FertlUzIng Cotton.... 66,000 

Concept ion of Agricultural Res*»arch, A 600 

Conditions All»fting Legume Inoculation ■.' 2,000 

Confonnation of Bci-f and Dairy Cattle 30,000 

Construction of Land-Cl ly and Burnt-Clay Roads, The 6,000 

Copper upon W.itor Bacteria, The Effect of 4,600 

Com and Corn Pn^dticts. Food Value of 16,000 

Com Culturv^ in the South 25,000 

Com Ci rowing 76,000 

Corn-IIarvt'stir4? Machinery' 6,000 

Cor!i Lvaf-Apliis and Corn Koot-Aphis. The 3,000 

Cor:; lioot-Aphis and Its Att-ndant Ant. The 200 

Corr*^ -ion of ¥*'v.r,^ Wi p.\ The ." 25,000 

Cost of r.rowin- Minn^-sota Fivld Crops 1002, K*0.i. VjOi 6,000 

Co^t-* oi Hauling Crop* from Fanns to Shipping Points 5,000 

Cotton \u>'A W»-»-vii. An Ant Enemy of 2,000 

Cotton H>y,i W'tvil. A Pn.Hl.itory Bug Riportcil as an Ent-my of tli»» 2,000 

Cotton P.oll \\'i-v:l. IIi:-«'m;it;on and D''V»lopment of th*^ 3,000 

Cotton Moll \V., v.l M-XK-an . the K<Lin»dial Work Against the 1,000 

Cotton Itr.ii \\., vil. T.v- M-xi..in 300 

Cotton r.oU'.vom.: A =:ii:imury of Its Life History and Habits, with Some Results of In- 

v.stii^ati'jns :n I'ji'oand l'*06 80,000 

Cotton. E-<.nt: il St'-p* in S^iuringan Early Crop of 20,000 

Cotton I;»-l Spid- r. Th*^ 1,000 

Cotton S*^i ind It-i I'roduct-s X>,000 

Cotton Stalk Bor»»r. The j^OOO 

Cotton, Ti:" M.iririrgof 15,000 

Country Ui" Edtjr::ition S,000 

Country St:hool.'* of Agri*Miltur»* in Wijconain 

Cowptti and Its Introdijction into Amorfca. The History of the 1,1 

r/VHJOz Separator on Western Farms, The 



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heads of Departments for the fiscal year ended June SO, 1907 — Continued. 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE— Ck)ntinued. 



Title. 



Number 
of copies. 



Creosote in Well-Preserved Timbers, Quantity and Cbacacter of 27, 600 

Crop Reporter, Vols. 1 to 4, Index to 2M 

Crop Reporter: 

Volume 2, No. 8. Reprint 300 

Volumes, No. 3 ■ 105,000 

Volumes, No. 4 105,000 

Volumes, No. 5 105,000 

Volumes. No. 6 105,000 

Volumes, No. 7 105,000 

Volumes, No. 8 120,000 

Supplement to 120,000 

Volume 9, No. 1 120,000 

Volume 9. No. 2 120,000 

Volume9, No. 3 .....: 120,000 

Volume 9, No. 4 120,000 

Volume9, No. 5 120,000 

Volume9, No. 6....". 120,000 

Crops and Farm Animals, Freight Rates, Exports, etc., of the United States, 1906, Statis- 
tical Matter Relating to Principal 10,000 

Cross-Ties Purchased by the Steam Railroads of the United States in 1905 11,500 

Cucumbers •... 40,000 

Cucumber and Melon Diseases, Spraying for 30,000 

Cultivation and Fertilization of Peach Orchards 2,000 

Dairy Cows in the United States, Records of ' 1,000 

Dairy Cows, Their Value and Importance in Economic Milk Production, Records of 3, COO 

Dairy Farm, A Successful 5,500 

Dairy Herd, The: Its Formation and Management 40,000 

Dairying in the South | 20,000 

Dairy Interests of the United States. for the Year 1906, Officials, Associations, and Educa- 
tional Institutions Connected with the 4,500 

Danger of Introducing Noxious Animals and Birds, The i 1,000 

Date Varieties and Date Culture in Tunis 1,000 

Der Mexikanische Baumwollkapsel-Rtisselkafer 100 

DestFUCtion of Deer by the Northern Timber Wolf... ' 7,500 

Destructive Green Pea Louse, The 1,000 

Determination of Water in Floods, Report on ' 100 

Dietary Studies of Groups, Especially in Public Institutions 500 

Digest of Metabolism Experiments In Which the Balance of Income and Outgo was Deter- 
mined, A 250 

Directory for Farmers, A 10,000 

Distillation of Coal Tar Creosote, The Fractional I 7,500 

Diversified Farming In the Cotton Belt 2,000 

Diversified Farming under the Plantation System 15,000 

Drainage Investigations t 1,000 

Drainage of Farm Lands 40,000 

Drug Known as Plnkroot, The 1,750 

Drug Legislation In the United States 1,000 

Drug-Plant Cultivation, Progress In 3,500 

Dry Farming In the Great Basin 2,500 

Ducks and Geese 40,000 

Ducks, Geese, and Swans, Distribution and Migration of North American 5,000 

Earth Roads 30,000 

Economic Entomologists, Proceedings of the Eighteenth Annual Meeting of the Assocla- 1 

tionof \ V^W^ 



104 REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 

No. 14. — SlaUnunt of annual reports and documents printed upon requisitions bu the 
heads of Departments for the fiscal year ended June SOf 1907 — Continued. 

DEPARTMENT OF AORICULTURE--Contmued. 

TItlft Number 

^*"®- of copies. 

Economic Entomologj', The Scope and Status of 100 

Effect of Moisture upon the Strength and Stiflness of Wood 1,000 

Effects of Shading on Soil Conditions 2,500 

Eggs an<i Their Uses as Food 40,000 

Egyptian Irrigation: A Study of Irrigation Methods and Administration in Egypt 500 

El Cultive de Lugumbresen Puerto Rico 3,000 

Elm-Leaf Beetle, The Imported 1 ,000 

Enemy to Fruit Trees, An Important 750 

Emulsions of Crude Petroleum, The Preparation of 1 , 00» 

Enzymes in Cornstalks and Their Relation to Cornstalk Diseases 800 

Evaporation Losses in Irrigation and Water Requirements of Crops 6,000 

Evolution of Farm-Implement Investigations, The 2,000 

Examination of Papers 3,00r' 

Expenditures of the Department of Agriculture for the Fiscal Year ended June 30, 1906 75 

Experimental Work in the Production of Table Sirup at Waycross, Oa., Together with 

a Sunmiary of the Four- Year Experiment on Fertilization of Sugar Cane 3, 50f) 

Experiments in Growing Cuban Seed Tobacco in Alabama 5,00Ci 

Exp<*riraents on the M<'tabolism and Energy in the Human Body, 1903-4 1.000 

Experiments on the Metabolism of Matter and Energy in the Human Body, 1900-1902 2o0 

Experiments on the Strength of Treated Timber 10,000 

Experiment Station Organization and Policy, Report of Committee on 3,000 

Experiment Station Work on Cultiu^ of Field Crops, Illustrations of the Influence of oOO 

Experiment Station Work Relating to the Food and Nutrition of Man, Some 500 

Experiment Station Work Relating to the Production and Sale of Pure Milk, Some 300 

ExjKiriment Station Work with Insecticides, Some Results of 200 

Experiment Station Record: 

Volume 2, No. 4 325 

Volume 5, Nos. 1 to 12 each. . 100 to 500 

Volume 6, Nos. 1 to 12 do.... 75 to 500 

Volume 7, Nos. 4 to 12 do. . . . 175 to 500 

Volume 8, Nos. 1 to 11 do. . . . 375 to 426 

Volume 9, Nos. 1 to 12 do. . . . 50 to 500 

Volume 10, Nos. 1 to 12 do. . . . 25 to 500 

Volume U. Nos. 1 to 12 » do 75 to 500 

Volume 12, Nos. 1 to 12 do.... 50 to 325 

Volume 17, Nos. 10, II, 12 do.... 6,500 

Volume IK. No. L Se.ptoni]>er, 19(¥5 6,50C. 

Volume IK, No. 2. OctolxT, 190G 7,000 

Volume IK, No. 'A. NovemlHT. 1900 6,500 

Volume IK. No. 4, I>ecoml>er, 1900 6,500 

Volume IK. No. .',, January, 1907 6,500 

VoiuiiK- 1**, .No. •.. Fe])ruary, 1907 6,500 

Volume IK, No. 7. March. 1907 6,5ai 

Volume IK. No. s. April. 1907 7 6,500 

Volume- IK, No. 9. May, 1W7 »i,50D 

Experiment Station Work : 

Volume 1 20,000 

Volume 2 10,000 

Volume 2, N«». 15 3,00D 

Volume 2. No. 1«) 3,00U 

Vf.hmi*' 2, No. 17 3,000 

Volume 2. No. IS 3,000 

Volnmo 2, 'So. 19 3,000 

\ olumc 2, Sn. jri 3,t 



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heads of Departments for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1907 — Continued. 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE— Continued. 



Title. 



Number 
of copies. 



Experiment Station Work— Continued. 

Volume 4 15,000 

Volume 6 5,000 

Volume? 20,000 

Volume 8 *. 10,000 

Volume 9.../. 10,000 

Volume 10 10,000" 

Volume 11 ' 5, 000 

Volume 12 15,000 

Volume 13 15,000 

Volume 15 15,000 

Volume 16 10,000 

Volume 17 15,000 

Volume 18 15,000 

Volume 19 20,000 

Volume 20 15,000 

Volume 21 10,000 

Volume 22 10,000 

Volume 23 -. 20,000 

Volume 24 25,000 

Volume 25 5,000 

Volume 26 15,000 

Volume 27 30,000 

Volume 29 20,000 

Volume 30 20,000 

•Volume 31 20,000 

Volume 32 35,000 

Volume 33 25,000 

Volume 34 30,000 

Volume 35 - 25,000 

Volume 36 30,000 

Volume 37 30,000 

Volume 38 30,000 

Volume 30 30,000 

Volume 40 30,000 

Volume 41 20,000 

Farm and Forest Products, 1903-1905, Exports of 4,600 

Farm and Forest Products, 1903-1905, Imports of 4,500 

Fanners' Bulletin Subject Index 5,000 

Farmers' Institutes and Farmers' Institute Lecturers of the United States, List of State 

Directors of 2,500 

Farmers' Institutes in the United States, 1905 3,500 

Farmer's Interest in Good Seed, The 25,000 

Farmers' Reading Courses 25,000 

Farm Practice in the Columbia Basin Uplands 10,000 

Farm Practice in the Control of Field-Crop Insects 500 

Farm Practice with Forage Crops in Western Oregon and Western Washington 3,000 

Fats and Oils, Report on (Cooperative Work on the Cloud and the Cold Tests for 1905 

and 1906^ 100 

Federal Game Protection: A Five Years' Retrospect 500 

FedAral Ldrislation, Regulations, and Ruling Affecting Agricultural Colleges and Exx)cri- 

rnent Stations 1,000 

Feeding of Fann AntniftlH v eft^<5fift 

18937— S. Doc. 5, 60-1 8 



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No. 14. — Statement of anniuU reports and documents printed upon reqidsitUms by th€ 
heads of Departments for the fiscal year ended June SO, 1907 — Continued. 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE— Continued. 



Title. 



Number 
olccpios. 



Feeding Prickly Pear to Stock in Texas 3,000 

Feldspars, The Decomposition of 5,000 

Fertilizadores o' Abonos for D. W. May, Agcnte Especial Encaigado 3,000 

Fertilizers 2,000 

Fertilizers for Special Crops 2,000 

Fish as Food 10,000 

Flax Culture 30,000 

Food Laws in the United States and Canada, Officials Charged with the Enfoicement of. . 2,£00 

Food LoiriHlation during the Year ended June 30, 1906 2,fi00 

Food Preservatives and Artificial Colors on Digestion and Health. Influence of 1 ,000 

Food Preser\atives as Authorized by the .\s8ociation of Official Agricultural Chemists, 

1S05, Provisional Methods for the Determination of 2,500 

Food Products, Standards of Purity for. 16,000 

Foods and Food Control 3,000 

Forage-Crop Practices in Western Oregon and Western Washington 20,000 

Foreign Trade Practices in the Manufacture and Exportation of Alcoholic Beverages and 
Canned (ioods. Summary of an Investigation made in Great Britain and Ireland, Ger- 
many, and France 4,000 

Forest Fires at .McCioud, Cal., The Control of 73,000 

Forest Lands, Practical Assistance to Farmers, Lumbermen, and Others in Handling 12,000 

Forest Plant ing and Farm Management 25,000 

Forest Planting in Eastern Nebraska 33,00V 

Forest Planting in the Northeastern and Lake States, Suggestions for 185,000 

Forest Planting leaflets ■ 383,000 

Forest Planting on Coal Lands in Western Pennsylvania 10,000 

Forest I'rescrvation and National Prosjwrity 10.000 

Forest Products of Iho Tnited Slates, llOo 8,000 

Forest l{«'scr\ »'s in Idaho 1,200 

Forestry and the Lumhf.r Supply; F'orcstryand Foresters 2,000 

Forest ry. A Prinirr of 45,000 

Forest ry in V.O'}, l'rr.j,'r<*ss of 15.000 

Forest S«Tvir<». Tiic. What It Is and How It Deals with Forest Problems 300,000 

Forest 'I'rfn^s of the United States, Their Names and Ranges, Check List of the 1,000 

Fonnaldeliydr : It s ('oinj)()sition and L'ses 2,500 

F'oul IJrood. State and Territorial Laws Relative to 500 

F'our Coininon Birds of the Farm un«l (iarden 2,000 

Four Years" Cours<' in Ai^ricuiture, A 2,000 

Fowls: i';ire urj<l Feeding 65,000 

F'niit and Its I'm-sji.^ Food 2,300 

F'niit u.- Food, ilie Th' r»f 15.000 

F"riiit for rruii^i»'»rtuiion. 'Ilie Handling of 3,500 

F'ruit <iroAiii;: for .Mo\all«' SehooN of Agriculture. Course in 5,000 

Fruits UiH-niiiiiKiided for Planting. 'I'lie Varieties of 45,000 

F'lnM'tioii iiUil \'-^- ' of Food. Ihe 3,200 

Fungiei«l<> Mri'l I ln'ir I'si* in Preventing Diseases of Fruits 25,000 

Game Law** for VJ}'.: A Summary of the Provision Relating to Seasons, Shipment, Sale, 

and Lu'eiis4s 5,000 

Game Laws for P.My.: A Summary of the Provision Relating to Seasons, Shipmoit, Sato, 

and LKeri.«4«?s a ' 45,000 

Game Protmtion in VJtr, 5,000 

Gnme Protcr-tion in Flori«la ' 3,000 

Gennicidal Value of Li<iu<)r Cre.solis Compositus (U. S. P.), The j 3,500 

Gland'Ts and Farcy | 1,000 



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No. 14. — Statement of annual reports and documents printed upon requisitions by (he 
headi of Departments for the fiscal year ended June 30 ^ 1907 — Continued. 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE— Continued. 



Title. 



Good Roads for Farmers .' , 

Qovemment Encouragement of Imported Breeds of Horses 

Qrain-Rust Epidemic of 1904, Lessons from the 

Grape Growing In the South , 

Grasses and Forage Plants for the Gulf Coast Region, Some Important 

Grasshopper Problem and Alfalfa Culture, The 

Guinea Fowl and Its Uses as Food, The 

Gypsy and Browntail Moths and Their European Parasites, The 

Gypsy Moth and How to Control It, The 

Habits and Life Histories of Some Flies of the Family Tabanida; 

Harlequin Cabbage Bug or Calico Back, The (Margantia Histrionica Ilahn) 

Harvest Mites or "Chiggers" 

Haymaking at Kenai Experiment Station 

Hessian Fly, The 

Hints to Poultry Raisers 

Historical Sketch of the United States Department of Agriculture: Its Objects and Pres- 
ent Organization 

History of Farmer's Institute in the United States 

Hog and Seed-Corn Farm, A Successful 

Hog Cholera and Swine Plague 

Hog Raising in the South 

Holding Forces of Railroad Spikes in Wooden Ties 

Home Fruit Garden, The. Preparation and Care 

Home-Grown Tea 

Home Manufacture and Use of Unfermented Grape Juice 

Home Vegetable Garden, The 

Home Vineyard, with Special Reference to Northern Conditions, The 

Hops in Principal Countries: Their Supply, Foreign Trade, and Consumption, with Statis- 
tics of Boer Brewing 

Horseshoeing 

House Ants 

House Centipede, The 

House Flies 

Household Tests for the Detection of Oleomargarine and Renovated Butter 

How Insects Affect Health in Rural Districts * 

How Parasites are Transmitted 

How to Build Small Irrigation Ditches 

How to Distinguish the Different Mosquitoes of North America 

How to Get Rid of Cattle Ticks 

How to Grow Young Trees for Forest Planting 

Hydrocyanic- Acid Gas Against Household Insects 

Important Insecticides: Direction for their Preparation and Use 

Importation of Game Birds and Eggs for Propagation 

Inbreeding in Plants, The Effect of 

Incubation and Incubators , 

Individual as a Factor in Agricultural Research, The 

Industrial Alcohol: Sources and Manufacture 

Industrial Alcohol: Uses and Statistics 

Infection with Tuberculosis by Different Kinds of Exposure, Danger of 

Information Concerning Some of the More Important Insecticides, Condensed 

Injurious Insects of 1905, The Principal 

Inoculation of Legumes 

Insect and Fungoos Enemies of the Qmpe East of the Rocky Mountains 



Number 
of copies. 

65,000 

500 

10,000 

10,000 

10,000 

3,000 

15,000 

760 

30,000 

2,000 

1,000 

3,000 

2,100 

250 

600 

2,000 

6,000 

CO, 000 

45,000 

35,000 

8,000 

40,000 

20,000 

25,000 

105,000 

40,000 

5,000 

35,000 

2,000 

1,000 

7,760 

15,000 

15,000 

500 

20,000 

250 

67,000 

13,000 

9,000 

16,000 

6,000 

600 

26,000 

500 

76,000 

75,000 

1,000 

260 

600 

16,000 



108 REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 

No. 14. — Statement of annual reports and documents printed upon requisitions by the 
heads of Departments for the fiscal year ended June SO^ 1907 — Continued. 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE— Continued. 

* *"*'• of copies. 

Insect Enomies of Forest Production 500 

Insect Enemies of Growing Wheat, The Principal 20,000 

Insect Enemies of the Grape, The Principal 5,000 

Insect Enemies of the Peach, The Principal 1,500 

Insecticides and Fungicides: Chemical Composition and Eflectivoncss of Certain Prepara- 
tions 10,000 

Insecticides, Fungicides, and Disinfectants; also the Deterioration of Bleaching Powder, 

Report on 50 

InsoctH Affecting the Cotton Plant 10,000 

Insects Affecting the Tobacco Plant, The Principal 25,000 

Insects I njurious to Beans and Peas 500 

Insects Injurious to Forest Products 1,000 

Insects Injurious to Forests: Some Additional Data on the Locust Borer 2,000 

Insects Injurious to Forests: The Western Pine- Destroying Bark Beetle, Some 3,000 

Insects Injurious to Truck Crops, Some 4,000 

Insects which Defoliate Shade Trees in Cities and Towns, General W^ork Against 2,250 

Instructions to Engineers of Timber Tests 15,000 

Investigations Showing the Effect of Salicylic Acid and Salicylates upon Digestion and 

Health. General Results of the 7,000 

Iron in Food and the Functions in Nutrition 1,000 

Irrigation and Drainage Investigations. 1904, Annual Re];>ort of 3,500 

Irrigation from Smike River, Idaho 2,000 

Irrigation in Field and Garden X,000 

Irrigation in Fruit Growing 15,000 

Irrigation in Humid Climates 5,000 

Irrigation in Montaai 3,000 

Irrigation in the North Atlantic States 5,000 

Irrigation in the Valb-y of Lost River, Idaho 500 

Irrigation. Practical Infonnation for Beginnors in 40,000 

Irrijration Practioi; among Fruit (rrowors on the Pacific Coast 2,000 

Irrigation Practice' in On'gon, Investigations of 3,000 

Johnson r.nisH, A M«-lh<Kl of Eradicating 10,000 

Kafir Corn: i'ljanict'Tistics, ('ultun*, and Us<»s 5,000 

Kiln Drying Har«lw<)od Lunil.MT 13,000 

Land-Grant Coll<'gcs and Agricultural Exi)eriment Stations, 1905, Statistics of 500 

Lawn. Thr- 40,000 

UiW.s in Fony> Again.st Injurious Insects and Foul Brood in the United States, The • 1,000 

I^'gtiniinoii.s ('roj)s for <^fn.'<'n Manuring 30,000 

Limc-Siiliihiir-Salt Wash and Its Substitutes, The 2,800 

Liming of Soils. The ' 20,000 

Local Conditions as AfTocting Farm Values. 19U0-1905 40,500 

Locust HopT and Mi'th<xi.s for Its Ccmtrol, The 3,000 

LumNr Ciit of Ihi- Tnitod Stairs in IWJ.'i, The 40,000 

LumlK.T Industry, Intliioncc of Forestry upon the ■ 1,000 

Macadam Roads, Th*- Con.struction of 12,000 

Macadam Roads, The Seli*ction of Materials for 2,000 

Management of Soils to Consenc Moisture, with Special Reference to Scmiarid CoDdittonfl. ..< 45,000 

Maple Sugar and Sirup ' 5,000 

Marketing Farm Produr'o , 30,000 

Marketing Live St^Krk , 30,000 

Market Milk Investigations 3,300 

Meadow Mice in Relation to Agriculture and Horticulture I^OOI 

Meadows and Pasture: Formation and Cultivation in Middle Eastern States - * SOyMI 



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No. 14, — Statement of annual reports and documents printed upon requisitions by the 
heads of Departv^ents for the fiscal year ended June SO, 1907 — Continued. 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE -Continued. 

rpifi- Number 

^ "*^- of copies. 

Moat Animals and Packing-Houso Products Imported into Eleven Principal Countries, 

1895-1904 2,500 

Meat : Composition and Cooking 25, 000 

Meat Inspection Law and Its Bearing upon the Production and Handling of Meats, The New 11,000 

Moat on the Farm, Butchering, Curing, and Keeping 55,000 

Mechanical Tests of Pumps and Pumping Plants Used for Irrigation and Drainage in 

Louisiana in 1905 and 1906 5,000 

Mechanical Tests of Thirty-two Species of American Woods, Summary of 1, 600 

Medical and Veterinary Zoology, Index-Catalogue of: 

Pt. 14 2,000 

Pt. 15 2,000 

Pt. Hi 2,000 

Pt. 17 2,000 

Melon Aphis, The 5,000 

Memorial to Ilonry Cullen Adams 100 

Memorial to President George W. Athorton 200 

Metabolism of Nitrogen, Sulphur, and Phosphorus in the Human Organism, Experiments 

on the 200 

Methods for the Investigation of Canceling Inks and Other Stamping Inks 250 

Mexican Conchuela in Western Texas in i905, The 2,000 

Migration of Birds, Some New Fat'ts Al^out the 2,000 

Milch Qoat, Information Concerning the 1 ,000 

Milk as Food :<0,000 

Milk, Facts About 40,000 

Milk Fever, Its Simple and Successful Treatment 25,000 

Milking Machine as a Factor in Dairying. The .{,500 

Milk Supply, Sanitary Relations of the 10,000 

Millets 5,000 

MlsceilaiK ous Papers 2,000 

Model Farming, An Example of ,s(),0(X) 

Modern Conveniences for the Farm Home 70,000 

Moisture in Grain, A Quick Method for the Detcrmimition of 2,000 

Mosquitoes and Flies 2,000 

Mushrooms, The Cultivation of 20,000 

National Control of Introduced Insect PestH .'iOO 

Nematode, A New 1 , .OOO 

New Building Operations for 1906, Report on .'.OO 

New Fruit Productions of the D<»partment of Agriculture 2, 500 

Nonsaccharine Sorghums, The :'n.0O0 

North American Eagles and Their Economic R«'lations. Tlio r>,(K)0 

North American Fauna: 

•No. 26 500 

No. 26 :{, 500 

Nutrition and Nutritive Value of Food. PrinciploH of (cornKtofl to Apr. 5. 1906.) 35,000 

Nut Weevils, The 500 

Okra: Its Culture and Uses 15,000 

Onion Culture 25,000 

Opportunities In Agricultun;. I. Growing Crops Und<'r Glass. II. Fniii Growing. 

Ill . General Farming ;{,(K)0 

Orchard Enemies in the Paciflc Northwest 5,000 

Orchard Grass .i , 5(K) 

OrganlKation of Department of Agriculture, 1007 2, 500 

Oftrich Fanning In Arizona ^*«s 

Ox Warblo, The \^'^«»^ 



110 REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 

No. 14. — Statement of annual reports and documents printed upon requisitions by the 
heads of Departments for the fiscal year ended June SO, 1907 — CJontinued. 

DEPARTMENT OF AORICULTURE-Contlnued. 

Titlft Number 

****®- of copiea. 



Packing Boxes of Various Woods. The Strengtli of 11,500 

Pasteuriaiation of Milk, Directions for the 2,000 

Peach G rowing for Market 25,000 

Peach-Troe Borer, The 2,750 

Peach Twig Borer, The: An Enemy of Stone Fruits 10,000 

Peanut: Culture and Uses 20,000 

Pearl Millet 6,000 

Pear Thrips, The ' 2,000 

Periodical Cicada. The: 

1898 250 

1907 12,500 

Pig Management 55,000 

Pineapple Growing 5,000 

Pinhole Injury to Girdled Cypress in the South Atlantic and Gulf States 3,000 

Planning a Cropping System 6,000 

Plant Disease in 1905 500 

Plants, The Propagation of ! 15,000 

Plum Curculio, The 3, 000 

Poland China and Duroc Jersey Sows, The Fecundity of 2,000 

Pollination of Pomaceous Fruits 500 

Potato Culture 45, 000 

Potato Diseases and Their Treatment 40,000 

Potatoes and Other Root Crops as Food 15,000 

Poultry as Food 35,000 

Poultry Investigations at the Maine Agricultural Experiment Station 2, 500 

Poultry Management 31, 000 

Poultry Raising on the Farm 66, 000 

Powder-Post Injury to Seasoned Wood Products 1,000 

Practicability of Forest Planting in the United States 1,000 

Practical Results of the Cup and Gutter System of Turpentining 3,000 

Practical Road Building in Madison County, Tenn 2, 000 

Practical Suggestions for Farm Building 50,000 

Practical Suggestions for Fruit Growers 45. «I00 

Preparation of Vegetables for the Table 145.000 

Principles of Horse Feeding 60, 000 

Problems of Animal Nutrition 300 

Production and Consumption of Meat, and the Prices, Movement, and Registration of Live 

Stock in the U nited States, The 500 

Profitable Tenant Dairy Farm, A 30,000 

Progress of Road Legislation and Road Improvement in the Different States 5, 000 

Proliferation as a Factor in the Natural Control of the Mexican Cotton Boll Weevil 3, 000 

Promising New Fruits 1,500 

Pruning •. 50,000 

Publications for Free Distribution 23, 000 

Publications for Sale (ro\isod to June 1, 1907) 13,000 

Publications, June, 190fi, to May, 1907, Monthly List of: 

Domestic 2,670, 000 

Foreign 47, 000 

Publications of the Agricultural Experiment Stations in the United States to June 30, 1906, 

List of 1, 000 

Publications of the Biological Survey, Department ol Agriculture, 1907, List of 2, 200 

Publications of the Bureau of Animal Industry 3,000 

Publications of the Burc>au of Entomology, List of 3,000 

Puhlica tiona of the Office of Experiment Stations from Its OtganvTAtVoiv to 3 wt» 30, 1006 ... 1 , 000 



REPORT OP THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 



Ill 



No. 14. — Statement of annual reports and documents printed upon requisitions by the 
heads of Departments for the fiscal year ended June SO^ 1907 — Continued. 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE— Continued. 



Title. 



Public Roads, Mileage and Exx>enditures in 1904, of— 

Arkansas 

California 

Colorado 

Connecticut 

Delaware 

Florida 

Georgia 

Idaho 



Illinois. 
Indiana. 



Iowa. 



Kansas . . . 
Kentucky. 
Louisiana 
Maine 



Massachusetts 

Michigan 

Minnesota 

Mississippi 

Missouri 

Montana 

Nebraska ^. 

Nevada 

New Jersey 

New Mexico 

New York -. . . 

North Carolina , 

North Dakota 

Ohio 

Oklahoma 

Pennsylvania .• 

Rhode Island 

South Carolina 

South Dakota 

State of Washington 

Texas 

Utah 

Vermont 

West Virginia 

Wisconsin 

Wyoming 

• • Punkies," Notes on 

Quail Disease in the United States 

Raising Sheep for Mutton 

Rape as a Forage Crop 

Raspberries 

Rats, Methods of Destroying 

Recent Investigations of the Value of Cacti as Stock Food, Summary of. 

Red Cedar, Notes of the 

Red Clover and Its Impurities, Seed of 

Red Clover, A New Type of 

Red Gum, The.. 

Relation of Forests to Stream Flow, The 



Number 
of copies. 



3,000 
10,000 
10,000 
10,000 
10,000 
10,000 
10,000 
10,000 
10,000 
10,000 

1,000 
10,000 
10,000 
10,000 
10,000 
10,000 
10,000 
10,000 
10,000 
10,000 
10,000 
10,000 
10,000 
10,000 
10,000 
10,000 

6,000 
10,000 
10,000 
10,000 
10,000 
10,000 
10,000 
10,000 

1,000 
10,000 
10,000 
10,000 
10,000 
10,000 
10,000 

2,000 

4,000 
20,000 

5,000 
20,000 
30,000 

3,000 

500 

25,000 

2,000 



112 REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PWNTEB. 

No. 14. — Statement of annual reports and documents printed upon requidtUms by the 
heads of Departments for the fiscal year ended June $0^ 1907 — Continued. 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE— Contimied. 



Title. ^SJSS. 



Relation of Irrigation to Dry Fanning, The 1,J 

Relation of the Composition of the Leaf to the Burning Qualities of Tobacco, The 2,000 

Relations of Sugar Beets to General Farming 2,0G0 

Renovated Butter, Its Origin and History 2,IS00 

Requirements to be Complied with by Nurserymen or Others VHio Make Interstate Ship- 
ments of Nursery Stock 3,000 

Report of th^— 

Acting Chief of the B ureau of Biological Survey, 190C 1, fiOO 

Appointment Cleric, 1906 500 

Bibliographer, 1906 500 

Chemist, 1900 800 

CTilef of tlie Bureau of— 

Animal Industry, 1900 2,500 

Plant Industry, 1906 750 

Soils. 1906 2,500 

Statistics, 1906 500 

Chief of the Division of Accounts and Disbursements, 1906 100 

Committee on Ext ension Work 12, 000 

Director of the OflTice of— 

Experiment Stations, 1906 2,500 

Public Roads, 1{K)6 500 

Editor, 1906 1,500 

Entomologist, 1906 500 

Execut ive Committee 100 

Forester— 

1905 1;000 

1906 2,500 

Librarian, 1906 300 

Secretary of Agriculture. 1906 93,300 

Report on Statements of Dr. Cyril Hopkins Relative to Bureau of Soils 5,000 

Reservoirs in Wyoming, Montana, and South Dakota, Small 6,000 

Rice Culture in the Unite<i States 5,000 

Rock Decomposition Under tlic Action of Water, A Study of 2,500 

Rules and liegulations for the Enforcement of the Food and Drugs Act 60,000 

Rules und Si>eciflcatioiis for the Grading of Luml>er Adopte<i by the Various Lumber Man- 
ufacturing Associations of United States 1,000 

Russia's Wheat Surplus: Conditions under which It Is Produce<l 4,500 

Sdcrhurinc Snrfrlnmis U>t F()rap<' 10,000 

San Josr <»r Chin'-M- Sc.-ilc, 'I'h<' 3,000 

San Jos*' S<';il«'. 11 Mw t(» Control th«' 5,000 

Sawmill Statistic^ 56,000 

Scab in Shrrj) X,000 

School (iaphn, Ih"- ! 25.000 

S*H<d and riant Introduction and Distribution, The Busuu-ss of : 500 

So<-d Corn. Tlx* Pro.lmrtion of Good 70,000 

Sw'd T»stiiijr, HuU'S und Apparatus for : 3,000 

Seeds an«l Plants lTnp(»rt«Ml during tho Period from D«'Cfml)cr, 1903, to December, 1006 \ 1,000 

Sh^fp K»-«dinK ; X,00i 

Short Aftownl (.f the IUk Tp-«'s of California, A i 1, 

Silk Cult iin". The Unit^^l St a t <s l)f.purtm»'nt of Agriculture and \,i 

Silliwonii Cult tin- 10,006 

Silos and Silag*' 30^000 

Siic»a. ('<»st r)f Filling 16^000 

SJondor Sft^fJ-^nrn Ground-Bt-etJe, The 1 6^Mi 



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No. 14. — Statement of annual reports and documents printed *upon requisitions by the 
heads of Departments for the fiscal year ended June SO, 1907 — Continued. 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE— Continued. 



Title. 



Number 
of copies. 



Smyrna Fig Culture In the United States 500 

Soft Cheese Studies In Europe 500 

Soil Fertility: An Address Delivered before the Rich Neck Farmers' Club of Queen Anne I 

County, Md I 70,000 

Some Common Birds In Their Relation to Agriculture 25,000 

Some Examples of the Development of Knowledge Concerning Animal Diseases 300 

Some Factors Influencing Soil Fertility 2,500 

Some Ways in which the Department of Agriculture and the Exx)eriment Stations Supple- 
ment Each Other 600 

Sorghum Sirup Manufacture 10,000 

Souring of Milk and Other Changes in Milk Products 35,000 

Southern Forage Plants 15,000 

Southern Hardwoods and Its Results, A Working Plan for 500 

Southern Pine: Mechanical and Physical Properties 2,000 

Sowbugs, Notes on the Economic Importance of 2,000 

Soy Bean as a Forage Crop, The 20,000 

Soy Bean Varieties 2, '250 

Spincd Soldier Bug, Some Observations on the 200 

Spraying for Apple Diseases and the Codling Moth in the Ozarks 35,000 

Spring Grain-Aphis, The 5,000 

Squab Raising 20,000 

State Engineer and His Relation to Irrigation, The 3,000 

Statistics of Hunting Licenses 6,000 

Stinking Smut of Wheat and Loose Smut of Oats, The Prevention of 30, 000 

Stomach Worms 3, 000 

Strawberries 35, 000 

Studies on the Digestibility and Nutritive Value of Legumes at the University of Tennessee, 

1901-1905 3, 500 

Studies on the Influence of Cooking Upon the Nutritive Value of Meats at the University 

of IlUnois, 19a3-4 ^ 1,000 

Studies on the Movement of Soil Moisture ' 2, 500 

Subtropical Fruit Growing, New Opportunities in 500 

Sugar as Food 20,000 

Sugar Beet: Culture, Seed Development, Manufacture, and Statistics, The 20, 000 

Sugar Pine and Western Yellow Pine in.Califomia 9,000 

Suggestions to Prospective Forest Students 2, 000 

Suggestions to Southern Farmers 30, 000 

Sulphur Dioxide as an Insecticide 500 

Swallows as Insect Destroyers, Value of 222, 000 

Sweet Potatoes 30,000 

Table Sirups 1 , 050 

Tapeworms of American Chickens and Turkeys, The 500 

Tanbark in 1905, Consumption of 9,000 

Tar and Oil for Road Improvement: Report of Progress of Experiments at Jackson, Tenn. . . 2,000 

Teaching qf Agriculture in the Rural Common Schools The 3, 000 

Telephone Poles, Prolonging the Life of 13,000 

Terrapin Scale, The 3,000 

Texas Fever 1, 500 

Texas Fever Tick, Some Unusual Host Relations of the 3,500 

Texas or Tick Fever and Its Prevention 20,000 

Texas Root-Rot of Cotton, The Central Control of 4,000 

Thirty Poisonoas PlaiitB of the United States 15,000 

Three Insect Enemiea of Shade Trees \^,'5«#i 



114 REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 

No. 14. — Statement of annual reports and documents printed upon requisitions by the 
heads of Departments for the fiscal year ended June SO, 1907 — Continued. 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE— Continued. 

Title. 



Number 
of copies. 



Thysanoptera of California, A Contribution to Our Knowledge of the 2, 000 

Timber: An Elementary Discussion of Characteristics and Properties of Wood 2,000 

Timber Supply of the United States, The 720,000 

Timber Used in the Mines of the United States in 1905 21,000 

Timber Values, The Determination of 600 

Tobacco Breeding 2, 000 

Tobacco, Methods of Curing (second revised edition) 20,000 

Tobacco of Virginia and the Possibilities of Its Improvement, Dark, Fire-Cured 2,600 

Tobacco Soils 20, 000 

Tobacco, The Culture of 20,000 

Tobacco Thrips, The: A New and Destructive Enemy of Shade-Grown Tobacco 3,000 

Tomatoes 55, 000 

Trade with Noncontiguous Possessions in Farm and Forest Products, 1903-1905 4,500 

Tree Pbmtingon Rural School Grounds 20,000 

Tree Planters, Practical Assistance to 247,000 

Trichinosis: A Danger in the Use of Raw Pork for Food 3,500 

Tubercle Bacilli from Varied Sources, A Comparative Study of 3,500 

Tubercle Bacilli in the Environment of Tuberculosis Cattle, The Danger from 4,000 

Tubcn^uline Test of Hogs and Some Methods of Their Infection with TuberculosiB, The 3,000 

Tuljcrculosis of the Food-Producing Animals 3,500 

Tut)erculous Lesions of the Mode of Infection, The Relation of 4,000 

Turkeys. Standard Varieties and Management 45,000 

Twist^^d Wircworm, The Life History of the 500 

Tyroglyphidaj of the United States, A Revision of the 2,000 

Unproductive Soils, Further Studies on the Properties of 2,500 

Usefulness of the American Toad 10,000 

Use of Feldsputhic Rocks as Fertilizers, The ^ 2,150 

Use of Illustrative Material in Teaching Agriculture in Rural Schools, The 5,000 

Utilization of Tupplo, The 10,000 

Vegetable Growing in Porto Rico 3,000 

Weeds and How to Kill Them tf,000 

Weeds Usod in Medicine 30,000 

Weevil ( Pepper; , Notes on the .' 2,000 

Weevil fStrawl)erry) In the South Centnil States In 1905, The 2,000 

Weevils Kola ted to the Cotton Boll Weevil, Notes on the Biology of Certain 3,000 

Welsh Black Cattle 1,300 

Western Hemlock, The 500 

Whito Pino Weevil. The 3,000 

Wild Medioinal Plnntsof the United States 1,300 

Winter Forage Crops for the South 30,000 

Wiro-Baskot Method for Dotermining the Munurial Requirements of Soils, The i 2,000 

Woodman's Handbook. I't. I, The ! 2,000 

Wolves and Coyotes, Directions for the Destruction of ' 47,500 

Wolves in Ueiation to Stock, Game, and the National Forest Reserves : 14,000 

Wood Vst'd for Distillation in 1905 ' 8,500 

Wood Ised for Pulp in 1905 10,000 

Wood Uwd for Tight Cooperage Stock in 1905 , 0,500 

Woo<i Us<'d in Vono«'r in 1905 , 7,500 

Woods Vat'd for Packing Boxes in New England 18,000 

Working Plan for Forest Lands in Berkeley County, Cal., A 

Working Plan for Fon?st Lands in Hampton and Beaufort Counties, South CaroUna, A...( 

Worn-0 ut Soils, Renovation of • 45,000 

yeJJow Pine, Waste in Logging Southern j 14,MI 



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heads of Departments for (he fiscal year ended June SO, 1907 — Continued. 



POST-OFFICE DEPARTMENT. 



Title. 



Number 
of copies. 



Annual Report of the— 

Assistant Attomey-Qeneral for the Post-Offlce Department, 1906 

Chief Post-Offlce Inspector, 1906 

First Assistant Postmaster-General, 1906 

Fourth Assistant Postmaster-General, 1906 

General Sui>erintendent of the Railway Mail Service, 1906 

Extract from 

Postmaster-General, 1906 

Synopsis of 

Purchasing Agent for the Post-Office Department, 1906 

Second Assistant Postmaster-General, 1906 

Superintendent of Foreign Mails, 1906 

Superintendent of the Dead-Letter Office, 1906 

Third Assistant Postmaster-General, 1906 

Laws Relating to the Post-Office Department, 1907 , 

Memorandum of the Postmaster-General Concerning the Fraud Order Issued Against the 

People's United States Bank 

Opinion of Hon. Smith McPherson in the Case of People's United States Bank 

Parcels Post Convention between the United States of America and— 

British Colony of Bermuda 

Dominion of Canada, 1907 

Peru 

Republic of Ecuador 

Post-Office Department before the Postal Commission, The 

Public Acts and Resolutions Relating to the Post-Office Department and Postal Service . 

Rural Free-Delivery Service Box Regulations 

Statement of the Post-Office Department as to the Woman's Magazine 

United States Postal Service 

United States Postal Service (in Spanish) 



100 

600 

2,500 

2,300 

600 

1,000 

4,600 

1,600 

500 

900 

800 

500 

1,760 

200 

4,000 
3,000 

300 
300 
300 
300 

2,000 

200 

76,000 

6,000 
1.000,000 

6,000 



DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR. 



Act for Division of Lands and Funds, Osage Indians 

Act to Authorize the Cutting, Sawing into Lumber, and Sale of Timber on Certain Lands 

Reserved for the Use of the Menominee Tribe of Indians, in the State of Wisconsin 

Act to Authorize the Sale and Disposition of the Rosebud Indian Reservation 

Allotment, Flathead Lands, Act of April 23, 1904 

Annual Index of Patents and Patentees, 1905 

Annual Report of the— 

Acting Superintendent of the— 

Mount Rainer National Park, 1906 

Sequoia and General Grant National Park, ISOO 

Yellowstone National Park, 1906 

Yosemite National Park, 190G 

Board of Indian Commissioners, 1906 

Clerk in Chaige of Documents, 1906 , 

Columbia Institution for the Deaf and Dumb, 1906 

Comimissioner of— 
Education— 

1904. 

1906, Vol. 1 

1905, vol. 2 

1906 



1,000 

150 

500 

1,000 

7,000 



1,000 
1,000 
2,000 
1,000 
1.000 
400 
1,000 



300 
20,200 
20^200 



116 BBPOBT OF THE PUBLIC PBINTEB. 

No. 14. — Statement of annual reports and documents printed upon requisitions by the 
heads of Departments for the fiscal year ended June SO, 1907 — Continued. 

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR-Continued. 

TitiA Number 

^"^®- of copies. 



Annual report of the— 
Commissioner of - 

Education for Porto Rico, 1906 1,000 

General Land Office, 1900 3.000 

Indian Affairs— 

1905 200 

1906 3,000 

Interior for Porto Rico, 1906 1,000 

Patents, 1906 1,000 

Pensions, 1906 2, fiOO 

Commissioner to the Five Civilized Tribes, 1906 1.000 

Department of the Interior, 1906— 

Volume 1 20O 

Volume 2 200 

Director of the Geological Survey, 190(5 20O 

Governor of— 

Alaska, 1906 1,000 

Arizona. 1906 .* 1,000 

Hawaii, 1906 1,000 

New Mexico, 1006 1,00D 

Oklahoma, 1906 1,000 

Indian Inspector for the Indian Territory, 1906 1,000 

Mine Inspector for New Mexico, 1906 1.000 

Mine Inspector for the Indian Territory, 1906 1,000 

President of the Howard University, 1906 600 

Reclamation Service- 
Fourth 1. 500 

Fifth 500 

Secretary of the Interior. V.m 5,000 

Superint<'ndont of the— 

Crutor Lnke National Park. On-gon, 1906 1,000 

c Jovt'rnrnont Hospital for the Insane. 19<)6 1,000 

Hot Si)rinps Reservation. VM\ 1,000 

Indian Schools. 1006 1.000 

IJnitod states Capitol Buildings and Grounds, 1906 1.000 

Surgpon in (*hi(»f of P'rcodmen's Hospital, IftMi 500 

AppropriatiMii and Other Arts Relative to the Interior Department Passed at Seccmd Ses- 
sion Fifty -nintli (ongn'ss 880 

Circular on Restoration of Oblitemted Comer Stones and Subdivision of Sectionj! 2,500 

Circular relative t«» - 

Soldiers' Claiins 5,000 

Une.jrned Fees and Oilicial Moneys 2,000 

Unlawful ()<'<-upanoy of the rublic Lan<ls 10,000 

Civil Servir*' Aet. Rules, and Ex<«cutive Orders 

Octobrr. I'JM'. 8,000 

June. l<io7 3,000 

Coal-L;in«l Ljiw*. ancl Regulations 11,000 

Commissioner of Patents, l)e<isions of the. 19u5 

Commimii'ation from the .'=iocretary of the Interior, with Copies of Ivetters in Referenot ' 

to Affairs in the Indian Territory ■ 

Compilation of Laws of the Five Civilized Tribes 1,000 

Condition of Educati(mal an«l Schw>l Ser\icein Alaska 80 

Correapondenrc in re to Coal Lands In the Indian Territory 8Q^ 



REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 117 

Xo. 14. — Statement of annual reports and documents printed upon requisitions by the 
heads of Departments for the fiscal year ended June SOy 1907 — Continued. 

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR— Continued. 

m|*i- Number 

*^^^®" ol copies. 



Creating Mesa Verde National Park 2,000 

Decisions of the Department in Pension Cases- 
Volume lb. ! 1, 700 

Volume 17 J 500 

Decisions of the General Land Office j 300 

Documents of the Second Session Fifty-ninth Congress Relating to the— ; 

General Land Office each. . , 6 

I ndian Office each .. ' 5 

Educational Bill for England and Wales as Passed by the House of Commons, 1900 4,000 

Final Disposition of Affairs of the Five Civilized Tribes in Indian Territory 6,000 

General Circular from the General Land Office 5, 000 

German Views of American Education as Related to Industrial Development 4, OCO 

Handbook of the American Indians North of Mexico, Vol. 1 25 

Hearings before the Special Committee of the House on Investigatioi^ of the Management 

of the Government Hospital for the Insane 8 

Hydraulic and Excavation Tablrs 500 

Indian Contract Tables for 1906 1,000 

Information Concerning Examination for Steamboat-Insi)octlon Service • 2, 000 

Information for Applicants for the Railway Mall Clerks' Examination 12, 000 

Information for Applicants for the Stenographer and Typewriter Examination 15, 000 

Information in Regard to Clcrk-Carricr Positions. 20, 000 

Instructions and Schedules of Certain Chippewa Agricultural Lands 10, 000 

Instructions for the Cloud Peak, Fort McKenney, Wyo 8, 000 

Instructions Relative to Entry and Disposition of Certain Lands in Nebraska 5, 000 

Instructions Relative to the Manner of Making Nominations for Original Appointment in 

the Twelfth United SUtes Civil Service District 250 

Land Decisions, Vol. 34 1,025 

Laws Relating .to the Protection of Miners In the Territories 4, 000 

Leasing of Oil I>ands In Indian Territory 500 

List of the Publications of the United States Geological Survey, 1906 4, 000 

List of New Publications of the United States Geological Survey, No. 20 2, 400 

Manual of — 

Examinations, Revised to July 1, 1906 30,000 

Style lor Use In Composition and Proofreading .-. 60 

Surveying Instructions, Jan. 1, 1902 1, 000 

Osage Lands and Funds 500 

Papers on Surface and Underground Waters 1,000 

Patent Laws with Annotations 5,000 

Proclamation and Regulations Relative to— 

Huntley Project, Montana 26,000 

Pasture Lands in Oklahoma 18,000 

Sale of Pasture and Wood Reserve Lands In Oklahoma 25, 000 

Register of the Department of the Interior, 1906 2, 000 

Regulations Concerning Selection of Desert Lands by Certain States 1,000 

Regulations for— 

Ascertaining the Whereabouts of Heirs of Deceased Inmates of Government Hospital 

for the Insane 1 , 000 

Relief of Certain Homestead Settlers In the State of Alabama 1,000 

Tribal Schools in Indian Territory 1, 000 

Leasing Oil and Gas Lands on Osage Reservation 500 

Mining Lease 800 

Regulations Ooyeming Admission to the Grade of Surfman In the Life-Saving Service 2, 000 

Regulatioos GoTernlxig Entries within Forest Reserves, Approved September, 1906 OO^QQQ 



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No. 14. — StaUment of annual reports and documents printed upon requisitions by the 
htads of Departments for the fiscal year ended June 30^ 1907 — Continued. 

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR-ContiniMd. 



TiUe, 



Regulations Goremicg the Reeognition of Agents and Attorneys before District htknd 
Offices 

Regulations in Regiird to the Traveling Expenses of Employees in the Field 

Regulations of July 7, 19C«G, Governing Leasing and Sale of Lands 

Relief of CerlAin White Persons XSTio Intermarried with Cherokee Citinens. An Act for the. . 

Report on the Introduction of Reindeer into Alaska, 1905 

Report. Third, of the Board on Geographic Names 

Rules and La^rs Relative to Regulations of Labels and Prints 

Rules and Regulations Regarding the Unil*>i States Reindeer Service in .Uaska 

Rules and Regulations to Carry Out the Act for the Preservation of American .Antiquities. . 

Rules C'»noeming Registration of Trade-Marks 

Rules of Practice of the General Land OSce 

Riiies of Pract;ce in the Unite*! Stat^-s Patent Office 

Sche-iule "f Ceded Portion of the Shoshone or Wind River Reser\ation 

Secret a r:.> iK^cislons Reiative to Militan.- Bounty Land Warrants 

Simpiiii-^1 >i»^li:np 

Statf*ni*-r.t ^'f th*? S»*Tetan.- of the Interior I'cfore the Select Committee on Indian Affairs.. 

State >c\i' •: > ystvK; 

Statist;..-? -f .S-x-ondary Schools. Chapter 29. .Vnnual Report of the Commissioner of Edu- 
cation. :>>4 

Statu*.*-* an 1 R^^.iljtions Concerning Dosert Land Entries 

Su?g«^r:'-n< to Hom'^st'T-aders an«i Persons Desiring to Make Homestead Entries 

Syiia'ii* 'f Course of Instruction.* for Nurvs at the Government Hospital for the Insane.. 

Tit'vie r-i Va/vint I'uMic Lands 

Teach. TiiT '.'is^- K'j'Iini'.'nts of Cooking in th** Cla-is Riv>m 

Topicii Ir. :-.\ to th'* T-Aolfth .\nnual Rep^^Tt of the Commissionor to the Five Civiiixed 
TnS'^ 

L'nappr'»]'rl.it* i PuMic L:ind« of th«.' Unit*^l States. July 1. 190i» 

Un,!-^! .•^Tat'-"' Miii.rj: La us and Rpirul:4ti'Mis 

Univ*-r*.: <•*. CoU.-p. <. and TwhrJcal SchrM^is. Ch;ip>tor 2o. .Vnnual Repc»rt of the Commis- 
«;on«:'r of K hicati'«n. ll^>4 



I Number 
of copies. 



5,000 
500 

5,000 

1.100 

1,000 

500 

2,000 

400 

3,000 

10,000 

2,500 

15.000 

10,000 

4,000 

35 

200 

5,000 

1,000 

5,000 

130,000 

500 

10,000 
1,500 

400 
5,000 
3,000 

1,000 



WAR DEPARTMENT. 



Abbr*;viation* of Mj'di*^.!! Periodicals. List of 

Acts f>f t!i.:- I'hilippim* (■omiius<i<in. I^in-Io.A 

Act to li. j'ulatc th»' Con'trn tion of Dams .\oro<;s .N'avipaMo Waters of the United States. 
Actu.il Kxj»"ri< n< • in Wat -Ilattlf Action of th«' Infantry; Iinpn^ssionsof a Company Com- 

m.in J- r. • yC.ij.t L Z ."^"iMvior. Thirty-fourth East Si'»orian Rifle Regiment 

Apr.c-i.t-ir-" ;n th»- I'h.i ;■;'.:>• I-^lands 

.\nnu.ii K* j-'-rT of t;i»- - 
Boari ..f - 

C->::.':i.">~.<>n»-rs of tho .<«»ldiors' Honipof th«' District of Columbia. 1906 

'>rln.in r- and Fortifications. H*'>. 

V.-.T-.rv to th- rn:t»'d .*^tat«'s Military Academy. HMV. 

ChifaTii luira an 1 Cluittano/»ga Nation;tl Park Comnii.»'Sion. I'At*- 

Ch.. f of Art.U'ry, Vm*' 

Chi» f "f Enirin«<»'r-, ir*i»i 

."^u;tr'l»Tn«nt t<>. 

Ch.-f of < »rdn.iri. v. VMjij 



100 
100 
150 

4,500 
300 



500 

504 
1,000 

2S0 
2,000 

9S0 
1,000 



Chif'f of Staff. I'JUft'. 



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No. 14. — Statement of annual reports and documents printed upon requisitions by the 
heads of Departments for the fiscal year ended June SO, 1907 — Continued. 



WAR DEPARTMENT— Continued. 



Title. 



Number 
of copies. 



Annual Report of the — 
Chief of the Bureau of— 

Forestry, 1905 

Insular Affairs, 1906 

Chief Signal Officer, 1906 

Commandant of the United States Infantry and Cavalry and Staff Colleges, 1906 

Commissary-General, 1906 

Engineer School, 1906 

Gettysburg National Park Commission, 1906 

Inspector-General, 1906 

Judge- Advocate-General, 1906 

Military Secretary of the Army, 1906 

Paymaster-General, 1906 

Philippine Civil Service Board — 

1905 

1906 

Appendix to 

Philippine Commission, 1906 

Press bulletins on 

Volume 1 

Volume 2 

Volume 3 

Extract from 

President of the Army Medical School, 1906 

Quartermaster-General, 1906 

Secretary of War, 1906 

Advanced edition 

Extract from 

Shiloh National Military Park Commission, 1900 

Superintendent of the United States Military Academy, 1906 

Surgeon-General, 1906 

Supplement to 

War Department, 1906 

Volume 1 

Volume 2 

Volume 3 

Volume 4 

Volume 5 

Volume 6 

Volume 7 

Volume 8 

Volume 9 

Volume 10 

Army Horse in Accident and Disease, The 

Army Pay Tables, July, 1906 

Array Register, 1906 

BalUstic Tables, Artillery Circular M, Series of 1893 

Brownsville Affray — 

Additional Testimony Relating to the 

Report on the 

Charcoal, Lumber, and Sawmills in the Philippine Islands, 1906 

Compilation of the Laws of Alaska 

Cuban Pacification, Appendix E 



500 

2,000 

1,000 

750 

750 

300 

300 

1,000 

750 

4,000 

600 

1,000 
1,500 

500 
1,000 
1,200 
3,400 
2,400 
3,400 
1,000 

500 
1,000 
5,000 
4,500 
1,500 

100 

500 
2,500 

200 
1,000 
1,000 
1,000 
1,000 
1,000 
1,000 
1,000 
1,000 
1,000 
1,000 
1,000 

500 

500 
9,000 

500 

1,500 

1,000 

300 

150 



120 



REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 



No. 14. — Statement of annunl reports and documenU printed upon reqvisUions by the 
heads of Departments for the fiscal year ended June SOj 1907 — Continued. 



WAR DEPARTMENT— Continued. 



Title. 



Namber 
of copies. 



Cultivation of Fil)er Plants in the Philippine Islands, 1906 

Distance Circular, No. 2 

Drill Regulations for— 

Coast Artiller>', U.S. Army, 1906 

M ountain A rtillery , 1906 

Field A rtillery, 1905, Additions to 

Erosion of High-Power Gtuis, Appendix 1 

Handbook and Grammar of the Tagalog language, A 

Handbook of the Gatling Gun 

Hearing in Matter of Granting Permission for Transmission from Canada into the United , 

Stat«*.H of Power from the Niagara River _ 

Index to — 

Acts of Congress Relating to the War Departm*»nt, First Session Fifty-ninth Congreaa 

G^'ncral Ordf-rs, 1906 

I^aws Relating to War Df partraont 

Rivorand Harbor Act. S<'Cond Session Fifty-ninth Congress 

Information Relating to the Appointment and Admission of Cadets to the United States 

Military Ac4i<l<'my 

Instructions for Loading Projictih's with Explosives 

Investigation of Desertion at tho Unitt^d States Military Post in the Pacific Division, 1W6. 

Laws for the Protection of Navigable Waters in the United States 

I>etter of the Sf cretary of War to the Pn'sident Transmitting Additional Testimony in the 

Brownsville Case 

Limit of the Accuracy Life of the Musket. The 

Manual for I'aymasters. U. S. Army 

Manual for the Pay Department. 1905. with Amendments 

Manual for the Subsistence Department. 1902 .- 

Manual No. 8, Signal Corps 

Manual of Bayonet Exercise. U. S. Army— 

VMt) 



1907. 



Manual of Guard Duty, l.'. S. Army 

Manual, Provisirmal. for Submarine Mining 

Medal.s of Honor Issued from Sept 1, 1904. to Nov. 1. 1906 

Message from the President Transmitting O-rtain Papers in Regard to Yellow Fever 

Military Laws of the United States 

Military Policy of the Unit<*d States, by Brevet Maj. Gen. Emory Upton, U. 8. Anny 

Military Re.servation of United Stat<'s National C<'meteries and Military Parks, 1906 

Notes on Construction o.' Ordnance, No. 88 

Supplement to 

Ollicial Table i,i Distance's. 1906 

Phllippin«' Insurrection Against the United States, The 

Prevention of Tulx-rculosis Among Government Employees 

Regulations. Provisional, for SalM^r Exercises, U. S. Army, 1907 

Report. Every, Pertaining tothe Engin«'ers Department. U. S.Army, iVinted by- 
First S^'ssion Fifty-ninth Congn»ss <^<di.. 

Second S«»ssion Fifty-ninth Congn'sa eaoli. . 

Report, Third, of the Board on Geographic Names 

Report of Capt. Charles W. Kuti. Engineer Corps, on Existing Water Power at Nlagus 
Falls '. 



Report of E. W. Kenuuerer on the Agricultun* Bank of Egypt 

Report of Military Observers Attached to the Armies in Manchuria during tb9 
Japanese War, 1906 



300 

2/100 

3,000 
200 

4,500 
800 

1,000 
300 

100 

30 

13,000 

50 

200 

3,000 
350 
100 

1.000 

1,000 

no 

2,500 
300 

800 
2,000 

1,000 

2,000 

3,000 

350 

1,000 

500 

200 

1,000 

500 

500 

200 

2,100 

1,000 

1,500 

3,000 

300 
300 

200 

150 
1,000 

i«^m 



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No. 14. — Statement of annuoL reports and documents printed upon requisitions by the 
heads of Departments for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1907 — Continued. 



WAR DEPARTMENT— Continued. 



Title. 



Number 
of copies. 



Report of Officers of the United States Army, Camps of Instructions, 1906 , 

Report of Some Policy to Inaugurate System of Rifle Practice In Public Schools 

Report of the Commission on Waterways to Connect the Chesapeake and Delaware Bays. . 

Report of the Director of Coast Surveys, Philippine Islands, 1906 

Report of the Inspection of the Several Branches of the National Home for Disabled Volun- 
teer Soldiers 

Report of the International Waterways Commission, Progress 

Report on the Discharge of Enlisted Men of Twenty-fifth Infantry on Account of Browns- 
ville Affray 

Report on the Existing Water Power Situation at Niagara Falls 

Report of the International Waterways Commission on the Chicago Drainage Canal 

Report, Special, of Maj. Gen. A. W. Greely on Relief Operations at San Francisco, Cal 

Results of the Several Small Arms Competitions of the Army, 1906, Tables Exhibiting 
the 



Roster of the Organized MlUtla of the United States 

Rubber- Producing Capacity of the Philippine Islands 

Soldiers' Handbook 

Statement of Brig. Gen. Arthur Murray in Explanation of the Provisions of Artillery Bill, 

H. R. 17437 

Suyac Mineral R^ons, Philippine Islands 

System of Fire Control and Direction, 1905, Revised, Api)endlx to 

Testimony Taken before the Senate Committee on Interoceanlc Canals 

Test of Iron and Steel, 1906 



NAVY DEPARTMENT. 



Act of Congress Making Appropriations for the Naval Service for the Fiscal Year 1906-7 . 

Acts and Resolutions Relating to the Navy, Navy Department, and Marine Corps- 
First Session Fifty-ninth Congress 

Second Session Fifty-ninth Congress. 

American Ephemeris and Nautical Almanac, The— 



1907, 
1910. 



American Ephemeris, The, 1907 

American Nautical Almanac, The— 



1907. 
1910. 



Annual Register of the United States Naval Academy, 1906 

Annual Report of Target Practice for Year ending June 30, 1906 

Annual Report of the— 

Board of Visitors to the United States Naval Academy, 1906 

Brigadier-General Commandant, United States Marine Corps, 1906. 
Chief of the Bureau of— 

Construction and Repair, 1906 

Equipment. 1906 

Navigation, 1906 

Ordnance, 1906 

Steam Engineering. 1906 

Supplies and Accounts, 1906 

Yards and Docks, 1906 

Governor of Guam, 1906 

Hydrographer. 1906 

18937—8. Doc. 5, 60-1 9 



1,000 

3,000 

300 

100 

150 
200 

1,000 
150 
500 

1,000 

13,000 

4,000 

300 

20.000 

300 
300 
1,000 
100 
500 



3,500 

500 
500 

900 

1,000 

200 

"3,900 
500 

6,000 
600 

350 
1,000 

2,500 

1,200 

1,500 

800 

2,000 

800 

500 

200 



122 REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 

No. 14. — Statement of annual reports and documents printed upon requisitions by the 
heads of Departments for the fiscal year ended June $0, 1907 — Continued. 

NAVY DEPARTMENT— Continued. 

Titifl Number 

^^"®- • of copies. 



Annual Report of the— 

Judge- Advocate-General, 1906 500 

Paymaster-General, 1906 1,000 

Secretary of the Navy fiOO 

Advance copies of 1 , 800 

Appendix A of 150 

With appendixes 1,200 

Superintendent of the Librarj' and Naval War Records, 1906.- 275 

Superintendent of the United States Naval Observatory, 1906 1,000 

Surgeon-General of the United States Navy, 1906 1,000 

Changes In United States Navy R^^ations, No. 6 6,000 

Circular for Information of Commanders in Chief and Commanding OfBcers, United States 

Navy 2,000 

Citizenship of the United States 200 

Commercial Agreement between the United States and Germany 2, 100 

Comparative Statement of Estimates 200 

Confidential Memorandum for Line Officers 1,500 

Examination Papers for Admission to the United States Naval Academy 10,000 

Gunnerj- Instructions for 1905, Appendix to 200 

Handbook of Wireless Telegraphy 1,030 

House Document No. 205, Third Session Fifty-ninth Congress 50 

Hydrographic Office Publications- 
No. 9 1,000 

No. 64. Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean Sea, Vol. 11 1,200 

No. 84, West Coast of Mexico and Central America, The 660 

No. 99, Bay of Fundy and Southeast Coast of Nova Scotia, etc 1,000 

No. 106, Azimuth Tables 200 

No. 108. Sailing Directions for Lake Huron, Lake St. Clair, and Detroit River 000 

Instructions to Recruiting Officers of the United States Navy, 1906-7 3,500 

International Law Discussion , 1906 1, 500 

List and Stations of the Commissioned an<l Warrant Officers of the Navy and Marine Coips 

for July 1,1906 6 

List of Lights of the World- 
Volume 1 300 

Volume 2 300 

Volume 3 300 

Medical Report of the Japanese-Russian War 1,000 

MemorHnduin for Information of the Pay Corps, United States Navy 1,200 

Navy Register - 

July 1 . ]\m 5,500 

January 1, V,f()7 7,500 

rn-sident "s Mo.ssape on the Personnel Pill of the Navy, The 100 

Kepil.'itions for tho Interior Discipline and Government of the United States Naval Aoftd- 

♦•niy. VM)7 2,000 

Rejjul«iti«>n8 GMVi-niing Admission of Candidates to Naval Academy 10,000 

Rop«»r1 «tf the-- 

Aiitiirnn Target Prnctiw, llWi... 600 

RmupI on Armor IMate and Annor Plant 500 

iioard on (Joographir Names 50 

l'fr«i'»iiii«'l Poard on the Line of th*- Navy 1,000 

Tar^t't I'ractic*' 7,000 

Sailing IMn'Ctions for Lake Michigan 

StBtinn liegiilat irms, 1906 ; 



REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 123 

No. 14. — Statement of annual reports and documents printed upon requisitions by the 
heads of Departments for the fiscal year ended June SOy 1907 — Continued. 

NAVY DEPARTMENT— Continued. 



T'«e- ^tZX. 



Suu'fl Apparent Declination and Equation of Time for 1907. The 200 

Text with Translation of the Convention Adopted by the Delegates to the International 

Conference at Berlin, Nov. 3, 1906 600 

Treaties and Conventions between the United States and Other Countries 300 

United States Medical Bulletin, Vols. 1 and 2 1, 000 

Unite! States Naval Medical Bulletin, Issue of April, 1907 1,000 



DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE AND LABOR. 

! 

Absolute Measurement of Capacity, The ' 260 

Inductance. 600 

Act in Reference to the Expatriation of Citizens and Their Personal Protection Abroad. . . 600 

Act to Amend Section 4471 of the Revised Statutes, Regulations of Steam Vessels 600 

Act to Authorize Additional Aids to Light-House Estabhshment 75 

Act to Establish a Bureau of Immigration and Naturalization, and to Provide for a Uni- 
form Rule for the Naturalization of Aliens Throughout the United States 726 

Act to Regulate the Immigration of Aliens Into the United States 1, 000 

Address of Hon. Oscar S. Straus— 

At the Banquet to General Kuroki, New York City, May 17. 1907 153 

Before the Association of Manufacturers, New York City, May 22, 1907 1, 128 

Before the National Arbitration and Peace Congress, New York City. April 15, 1907 ... 1,060 

Before the National Convention for the Extension of Commerce 162 

Advance Sheets from the Monthly Summary of Commerce and Finance for— 

June, 1906 1,000 

July, 1906 1,000 

August, 1906 1,000 

September, 1906 1, 000 

October, 1906 1, 000 

November, 1906 1, 000 

December, 1906 1 , 000 

January, 1907 1,000 

February, 1907 1, 000 

March, 1907 1,000 

April. 1907 1, 000 

May. 1907 1,000 

Allowances to Light-House Stations, List of, 1907 2, 000 

Amendments to— 

Navigation Laws, 1903 1.200 

Regulations Governing UnlformsofOfTlcersand Men of Light-HouseEstablishment, 1905. 1,000 

Analysis of the Trade of the United States 1,000 

Ann ual Report of the— 
Chief of the Bureau of— 

Manufactures, 1906 

Statislics. 1906 

Commissioner-General of Immigration, 1906 

Commissioner of— i 

Corporations. 1906 i 2, 275 

Fisheries. 1906 1,250 

Navigation, 1906 1, 026 

Department of Commerce and Labor, 1900 400 

Director of the Bureau of Standards. 1900 

Light-House Board. 1906 



1.000 
2,300 
5,000 



600 

^^4aa 



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No. 14. — Statement of annual reports and documents printed upon requisitions by the 
heads of Departments for the fiscal year ended June SO, 1907 — Continued. 

DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE AND LABOR— Continued. 

Titip Number 

^"*®- of copies. 



Annual Report of the— 

Secretary of Commerce and Labor, 1906 ^ 2,000 

Press proofs of 1, 415 

Superintendent of the Coast and Geodetic 8ur>'ey, 1906 3,000 

Super>'ising Inspector-General, 190C 500 

Annual Review of the Foreign Commerce of the United States, with tabien, 1906 700 

Annual Review of the World's Commerce, 1905 1,000 

Artificial Propagation of— 

Atlantic Salmon, Rainbow and Brook Trout 1,000 

Black Basses, Crappies, and Rock Bass 250 

Lake Trout, Grayling, and Whiteflsh 500 

Marine Species 230 

Salmon of the Pacific Coast 50O 

Attomey-General's Opinion Regarding the Immigration Law, The 50O 

Books (with Reference to Periodicals; on Immigration, List of, 1907 1,000 

Bulletin ci the Buroau of Fishcric*— 

Volume 25, 19a'> , 2, 000 

Volume 26, 190ti 250 

No. 18»i 2S0 

Bulletin of the IJuntau of Labor- 
No. M, 1906 18,000 

No. 65, 1906 22,500 

No. 06, 1906 17,000 

No. 07, 1906 17,000 

No. ^*, 19f)6 17,000 

No. m, 1907 18.000 

Bulletin of the BuR'au of Standards- - 

Voliim*' 2. No. 1 2,500 

VoliiiiH- 2. No. 2 2, 500 

Volume 2. No. .'i 2,500 

Volume :i. No. 1 2,500 

Volumoa, No. 2 2.500 

Bunker Coiil Supplied at S<*aboHrd Ports in HKXl 1,000 

Bureau.** of I^hor in the I'nited States and Foreign Countries 500 

Calculation of S«.'lf-Indu<tanee of Single-Layer Colls 500 

Calendar Year Statements ( I'urt of Monthly Sunmiarj- for Deoemlier, 1906) 100 

Cesto<l«' Parasite in the p'lesh of the Butterflsh. A 750 

Chapt«'r 4 of the Twentieth .\nnuj»l Report of the Commisnioner of I^bor 10.000 

CirriiNMlia from tin- l'm:it\r Coast of North .\meriea 750 

Civil .-U'rviec KejnilationH for tlie Light-House Servie*', May 1, 1907 1,000 

Clu*«*ii(i<iitiMiis of f"ommo«liti<'»j and Laws and Regulation.s Governing the Preparation of 
MoTitlil\ Stateni«'nt of Imports and Exports of Foreign Commodities in the Comiiieroe of 
th»- riiit«-<l ."^latt's - 

S^>h»'«lul»' A 1,500 

S<-h.'lul.- B 4,000 

Commi-nial AgP'«iri»'nT U-twj'en the t'nited States ami G<Tmany 1,000 

C<»Tnm«-njal Fi«ilieri«'S of Alaska. Th«'. 1905 1,000 

ComnH'ni.il FiNherii-s of Paeifie Coast States. The \{M)4 1,280 

C<»mni'ni;il PhiliftpirM-.''. The, 1006 1,000 

Comrii'-n-ial Porto Hieo. KHji; 1,000 

Comin»ni;il K»l.jtM»ns of the Tnit'-d States. \<h)') 1,000 

Conipari'-ori <.f the I Hit of LuminoM'^ lntrn>«ity of the liiit'-d Stat<'s. .V 

CowfH-nsHtf'l 7v«o-lireuit Kb'<'trodynamo M«'ter. Th«' * 



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No. 14. — Statement of annual reports and documents printed upon requisitions by the 
heads of Departments for the fiscal year ended June SO, 1907 — Continued. 

DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE AND LABOR— Continued. 



Title. 



Complete Fonn of Fecbner's Laws, The 

Code List of Merchant Vessels, 1906 

Conference on Weights and Measures of the United States- 

1905 

1906 



Number 
of copies. 

500 
5,000 



500 
500 

Construction and Calculation of Absolute Standards of Inductance { 500 

Cotton Seed in Foreign Countries 2, 000 

Daily Consular Reports and Trade Reports- 
July, 1906 5,800 

August, 1906 5,500 

September, 1906 j 5,700 

October, 1906 | 6, 300 

November, 1906 6, 500 

December, 1906 6,800 

January, 1907 7, 500 

February, 1907 7, 700 

March, 1907 7,800 

April, 1907 7,800 

May, 1907 8 000 

June,*1907 8,000 

Decisions of the Comptroller of the Treasury Regarding Naturalization Fees 2, 500 

Distribution of Food Fishes, The, 1906 750 

Documents Received and Distributed by the Department of Commerce and Labor, 1906 ... 50 

Dredging and Hydrographic Records of Steamer Albatross, 1904-5 750 

Effect of Some Industrial Pollutions in Fishes, The 500 

Efficiency Meter for Electric Incandescent Lamps 500 

Employees in the Department of Commerce and Labor, List of 35 

Exact Formula for the Mutual Inductance of Coaxial Solenoids I 500 

Expenditures of the Coast and Geodetic Survey, 1906 400 

Exx)eriments on Hensley Magnetic Alloys 500 

Explanation of the Short Life of Frosted Lamps 500 

Exports of Domestic Breadstuffs for— 

June, 1906 950 

July, 1906 950 

August, 1906 950 

September, 1906 950 

October, 1906 950 

November, 1906 950 

December, 1906 950 

January, 1907 950 

February, 1907 1,000 

March, 1907 1,000 

April, 1907 1,000 

May, 1907 .' 1,000 

Exports of Manufactures from the United States, 1900 to 1906 1,000 

Fisheries of Alaska, The, 1906 1,000 

Fisheries of the Pacific Coast States. ; 1,000 

Fishes of the Islands of Luzon and Panay, 1906 1,000 

Fishes of the Philippine Islands, 1906 1,000 

Foreign Markets for the Sale of American Cotton Products 2, 500 

General Rules and Regulations of the Steamboat-Inspection Service 10,000 

Geodetic Operations In the United States, 1903-1906 250 



126 REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 

No. 14. — Statement of anntud reports and documents printed upon requisUioni by the 
heads of Departments for the fiscal year ended June SO, 1907 — Continued. 

DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE AND LABOR— Contixnied. 

fri+in Number 

^"*®- of oopiM. 

Qeometricai Mean DUtanoes of Recfangular Areas and the Calculation of Self-Indoctanoe, 

The fiOO 

Qeometricai Theory of Radiating Surfaces with Discussion of Light Tubes fiOO 

Gray Absolute Electrodynamo Meter, The 500 

Hardware in Foreign Countries 1,500 

Heat Treatment of High Temperature Mercurial Thermometer 500 

Housing of the Working People in the United States 500 

Immigration Act, Second Session Fifty-ninth Congress 1,100 

Immigration Laws and Regulations 4,000 

Index to 26 

Immigration Statement, from Monthly Stmunary for— 

May, 1906 , ») 

June, 1906 300 

July, 1906 300 

August, 1906 300 

September, 1906 300 

October. 19Cr. 300 

Xovemlicr, \',m 300 

December , 1906 300 

January, 1907 300 

February, 1907 300 

March, 1907 300 

April, 1907 300 

May, 1907 300 

Import Tariff of Cuba, First Supplement to the 300 

Imports and Exports of the United States in its Commerce with Cuba, 1906-7 1,000 

Influence of Basle Lead Acetate on Optical Rotation, The 500 

Influence of Frequency upon the Self-Inductance of Coils, The 500 

Internal Commerce, part of Monthly Summary for— 

May, 1906 1 490 

June, 1906 490 

July, 1906 SOO 

August, 1906 SOO 

September, 19W3 SOO 

October, 1906 500 

Xoveml>er, 1906 500 

Deccm]»er, HW 1,000 

Januar>-, 1907 500 

FobruMr>'. VM)7 500 

M/irch. liifj: 500 

Aoril. 1907 500 

May, l(ir)7 500 

International Metric System of Weights and Measures, The 2,000 

Interstan^ Comirjcrce Laws, as Changed by the Act of June 29, 1906 y... 

Laws flovoniing the Steaniboat-In8i)ection Service 21,( 

Laws K<*lating to the Lf-'ht-House Establishment- 

V.*0:r-f, 411 

iioi 7 *...• m 

Laws delating to the Acquisition of Title to Land Required for Light-House PorpoMt 

Leather in Foreign Countries |,j 

List of Lights and Fog Signals on the — 

Atlantic and Gulf Coasts, 1906 t2,WB 

Xorthern Lakes an d R I vers, 1906 4ttf9 



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heads of Departments for the fiscal year ended June SO^ 1907 — Continued. 

DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE AND LABOR— Continued. 



Title. 



List of Lights, Buoys, and Daymarks for the— 

First Ught-HouseDistitot, 1907 

Second Lig^t-House District, 1907 

Third Light-House District, 1906 

Fourth Light-House District, 1906 

Fifth Light-House District, 1906 

Sixth Light-House District, 1906 

Seventh Light-House District, 1906 

Eighth Light-House District, 1906 

Twelfth Light-House District, 1907 

List of Lights, Buoys, and Daymarks on the — 

Northern Lakes and Rivers, 1907 

Pacific Coast, 1907 

List of— 

Lights on the Western Rivers, 1906 

McGettnick Certificate Cases 

Merchant Vessels of the United States, 1906 

Officers Licensed, 1906 

Monthly Consular and Trade Reports for— 

Juiy, 1906 

August, 1906 

September, 1906 

October, 1906 : 

November, 1906 

December, 1906 

January, 1907 

February, 1907 

March, 1907 

April, 1907 

May, 1907 

June, 1907 

Monthly Summary of Commerce and Finance for— 

May, 1906 

June, 1906 

Juiy, 1906 

August, 1906 

September, 1906 

October, 1906 , 

November, 1906 * 

December, 1906 

January, 1907 

February, 1907 

March, 1907 

April, 1907 

Mutual Inductance of a Circle and a Coaxial Single- Layer Coil, Tho 

Mutual Inductance of Coaxial Solenoids, The 

Mutual Inductance of Two Circular Coils of Rectangular Section, The 

Naturalization Laws and Regulations 

With index 

New Determination of the Electro Motive Force of Weston and Clark's Standard Cells, A. 

New Potentiometer for the Measurement of Electro Motive Force and Current, A 

Notes on Lake Tahoe, Its Trout and Trout Fishing 

On Sulphocyanic Acid 



Number 
of copies. 



5,400 
10,600 
6,950 
5,100 
5,200 
3,600 
3,400 
3,250 
1,025 

4,900 
3,600 

1,950 
100 

5,000 
300 

8,000 
8,000 
7,825 
7,900 
8,125 
8,100 
8,100 
8,100 
8,200 
8,200 
8,400 
8,500 

3,000 

3,000 

3,000 

3,000 

3,000 

3,000 

3,000 

3,000 

3,000 

3,000 

3,000 

3,000 

500 

500 

500 

7,500 

5,000 

500 

500 

1,000 

500 



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No. 14. — Statement of annual reports and documents printed upon requisitions by the 
heads of Departments for thefiscdl year ended June SO, 1907 — Continued. 

DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE AND LABOR— Cod! inued. 



Title. SZX 



On the Colorimetric Determination of Iron. 500 

On the Determination of the Mean Horizontal Intensity of Incandescent Lamps by the 

R ot at i ng Lamp Method 

On the Platinum-Point Electrolytic Detector for Electrical Waves 

Palanmetric Sensibility and Accuracy 500 

Part of Annual Report on Commerce and Navigation, 190&~ 

Tables Noe. 1 and 2 300 

Table No. 3 1,000 

Tables Nos. 4 and 5 400 

Table No. 6 700 

Tables Nos. 7 and 8 500 

Tables Nos. 15 to 18, inclusive 1,000 

Tables Nos. 17 and 18 100 

Table No. 19 500 

Tables Nos. 20 and 21 200 

Tables Nos. 22 to 65, inclusive 100 

Pilot Rules for Island Waters of the Atlantic and Pacific Coasts 37,000 

Pilot Rules for the Great Lakes 16, 000 

Pilot Rules for the Western Rivers 13,000 

Pocket Sj trt rophotnmeter, A 500 

PreliniiiJiry M'asurements on Temperature and Selective Radiation of Incandeaoent 

Lamps 500 

President's Message on the Panama Canal 25 

Progress of the United States and Commercial and Financial Statistics of Foreign Coun- 
tries 1,000 

Progress of the I'nited States in Its Material Industries 1.000 

Propagation and Distribution of Food Fishes in 1905 750 

Publications of the Bureau of Fisheries, List of, 1907 200 

Pui)lications of the Bureau of Statistics, List of 1,000 

Public Act s and Resoiut ions of the Second Session Fifty-ninth Congress each. . 10 

Public Baths in ttie United States 500 

Purity and Intensity of .Monochromatic Light Sources 500 

Radiometric Investigations of Infra-Red Absorption and Reflection Spectra 500 

Railroad Distrriminations and Monopolies in Coal and Oil 3S 

Report by Committee on D<'partmentai Methods on — 

.Vswmbling Disbursing Ofllcers' Checks and Vouchers 500 

Bookke<»ping 500 

ClassificHti(»n of Positions and (Jradation of Salaries 1,000 

Cost RjH'ping 1,000 

GowmiiH-nt Contfiicts ttl 

Oflicia i nnwl< 500 

Report of S4-<n'tary Nfi-tcalf on the Sit u^it ion A fTecting the Japanese in the City of San Fran- 
cisco, (al.. Th»* Final 21 

Report ftf SiN^j'ial Ap-nt I'ep]xT on Trade Conditions in — 

A sia t if Ttirk'-y 1,500 

India 1,000 

RejMtri of tb«' (■oniHii»«si<»ner of f'oq)oratir)ns on the — 

Oil Industry 2,500 

Si»«»cial n'port of 2,500 

Transportation of IVtroleum " 

R*']>ort «»f the Coniniissioner of Ki«'lieries. \m)n, with Special Papers 

Ri'porf on Acetyi^m* (ias asan llluniinitnt for Aids to Na\igation ■ 

lioport on Alaskan F'ur-S<.*al Fisheries I 



REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 



129 



No. 14. — Statement of annual reports and documents printed upon requisitions by the 
heads of Departments for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1907 — Continued. 

DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE AND LABOR-Contlmied. 



Title. 



Number 
of copies. 



Report on Discrimination and Monopoiies in Coal and Oil 

Rei>ort on Trade Conditions in Argentina, Paraguay, and Uruguay 

Report on Trade Conditions in Central America States on the West Coast of South America. 

Report, Third, of the Board on Geographic Names 

Revision of New York Anchorage Regulations 

Rules and Regulations Relative to Anchorage of Vessels in Port of New York, 1907 

Rules and Regulations for the Enforcement of the Food and Drug Act 

Schedules of Tariff on Leather 

Selected List of Books on Reciprocity with Canada 

So-called International Electrical Units, The 

Special Message of the President on the Panama Canal 

Spectrum Lines as Light Sources in Polariscopic Measurement 

Statistical Abstract of the United States, 1906 

Statistics of the Fisheries of the Middle Atlantic States, 1904 

Study of Twin Lakes, A 

Survey of Oyster Bars in Anne Arundel County, Md 

Survey of Oyster Bottoms in Matagorda Bay, Texas 

Talbot's Law as Applied to the Rotating Sectored Disk 

Tariff on Agriculture Products 

Tariff on Machinery 

Tide Tables for 1907.... 

Atlantic Coast of the United States, 1907 

Pacific Coast of the United States, 1907 

Total Values of Imports and Exports for— 

June, 1906 .' 

July. 1906 

August, 1906 

September, 1906. 

October, 1906 

November, 1906 

December, 1906 

January, 1907 

February, 1907 

March, 1907 

April, 1907..-.: 

May. 1907 

Trade and Technical Education in the United States 

United States Coast Pilot, Pts. 1-2, Supplemental to Second E«lition of 

Third Edition 

United States Coast Pilot, Atlantic Coast, Pt. 4. Third Edition 

Fourth Edition 

Vacuum Radiomicrometer, A 

Wages In the United States and Europe 

Weekly Notice to Mariners, July 1, 1906, to June 30, 1907 each. . 



25 
1,000 
1,000 

250 

750 

2,000 

25 

1,000 

2,500 

250 
50 

500 
4,000 
1,000 
1,000 
2,000 
1,250 

500 
1,000 
1,000 
1,100 
1,250 
9,000 

550 
550 
550 
550 
550 
550 
550 
550 
550 
550 
550 
550 
500 

1,600 
800 

2,500 
800 
500 
500 

2,050 



BURE.\U OF THE CENSU 



Bulletin on Census of Manufactures, 1905— 

No. 44. Virginia and West Virginia 

No. 46. Minnesota 

No. 47. Kentucky and Tennessee 

No. 48. Louisiana, Mississippi, and Texas. . . 
No. 49. California, Oregon, and Washington 



8,000 
S.OOO 
8,000 
8,000 



130 REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRIKTEB. 

No. 14. — Statement of annual reports and doeumenU priiUed upcn requintiont &y tke 
head* of Departments JOT the fiscal year ended June SOj 1907 — Continued. 

BUREAU OF THE CENSUS -Continued. 

T"**- ofeopln. 



Bulletin on Censiu of MAnufactures. 190^— Continoed. 

Xo. 51. Mftine 8,000 

No. 52. Illino.8 10,000 

No. 53. Masiwobusettf 10,000 

No. 54 NevJenej - 10,000 

No. 55. Georgia 8,000 

No. 56. Wisconsin 8,000 

No. 57. United States 150,000 

No. 58. Ohio 8,000 

No. 50. New York 8,000 

No. fiO. Penn.sylvania 8,000 

No. »>I . Canning and Preserving. Rioe Cleanin? and Polishing, and the Manufacture of c:) 

Beet Sugar 6,000 

No. fii. Glass and Clay Products 6,500 

No. M. Butter. Chef' e. and Condensed Milk, Flour and Grist Mill Products, and Starch. 6,500 

No. fv-,. Coke 6,000 

No. fi»>. Automobiles, Bicycles, and Tricycles (>.000 

No. »i7. Metal-Working Machinery .• 6,000 

No, 70. Peroleum Refining 6,<00 

No. 72. Boots and Shoes. Leather and Leath«»r Gloves and Mittens 6.000 

No. 7.i Fllectrical Ma'?hiner}'. Apparatus, and Supplies 6,000 

No. 77, Luml)erand Timber Products 6,000 

Bulletins on— 

ChUd Lal>orinthe District of Columbia 4,600 

Child I^bor in the United States 10,000 

Cott^m PrMuction. 190) 45,000 

p:stimates of Population. 1904. 1905, and 1906 ^ 6,000 

.Sta titles of Cities Having a Population of 8.000 to 25,000, 1903 8,000 

.St.jti>tics of Cities Having a Population of Over 30.000, 1904 ^000 

Supply and Distribution of Cotton for the Year ending August 31, 1906 ^ 41.000 

Extension of the Registration -Vrea of Births and Deaths 3,500 

Heads of Familips. First Census. 17«^ 

New Hampshire 2,000 

Vermont 2,000 

List of Publications. No. 111. Doc. I. 1<J0G \ 500 

Registration of Births and Deaths 500 

Report of the Din-ctor to tho Sf^cretary of Commerce and Labor. 1905-6 2,500 

Report on Cotton Ginning, by Stat**s and Counties (Cotton Ginned to Dec. 13, 1906) 1,500 

Sper'ijil Iicp^)rt on- 
Blind and th<- IK^af. Thp. K«u! 10,000 

p:i«'«tric.il In«l!i»<tries. 1002 2,000 

Insiim-iiiid FfN-bU-Minrled iv. IIospit.ii.> and Institutions, 1904 10,000 

.MnniifjHturr's. l'.«0.>. Part I. United .States by Industries ; .6,000 

Maiiufiutun's. IWo, Part II, by Statt x and Territorie.s ■ 2,000 

Mortality. 10r)5 5,000 

Paiip^-rs in .Mmshouse, 1904 \ 10,000 

Stati.stifs of Wonion at Work 5,000 

Iol.'phon«s and THegraphs. V.Kt2 ■ 10,000 

WiMlth. D*»bt, and Taxation I 6,000 

Ab«.trart <if ' jOO 

Tw<'lfth Cen.^iuj' Report— ' 

Volinn*' Vll. .Manufaotnn'«'. I'.trr I. Ui.itr'd States by Industries " 3,000 

Volimie IX. Manufactures. Part III. Special Report on Selected Industries 3,000 



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131 



No. 15. — Statement of binding done for Senators ^ Representatives ^ and Delegates under 
the provisions of section 99^ act of January Itj 1895 j as amended by paragraph 9^ act 
of March 1, 1907 ^ for the fiscal year ended June SO^ 1907. 



Title. 



Num- 
ber of 
coplea. 



Aboriginal Basketry 

Aboriginal Pipes 

Aboriginal Pottery ol Eastern United States 

Abridgments, Messages, and Documents, 1899, 1900-1905 

Abstract of the Twelfth Census Report 

Accidents of Railways, 1904-5 

Accounting System of the Treasury Department, 1905 

Acts of Congress and Treaties Relating to Alaska, 1867-1906 

Acts of the Philippine Commission, 1902-1904 

Acts Relating to Govemmant of the TerritorteB, 1980 

Act to Rigstete CommerQe , 1906 

Act to Regulate Immigration of Aliens into the United States, 1907 

Adoption of Lock Canal for Panama Canal, 1906 

Affairs in— 

Cuba, 1898 

Indian Territory, 1906-7 

Insurrectionary States, 1905 

Philippine Islands, Senate Hearings, 1906 

Agricultural Experiment Stations- - 

1884-1905 

History of 

Agricultural Investigations in Alaska, 1899, 1902 

Agricultural Resources in— 

Alaska, 1902 

Hawaii, 1902 

Porto Rico, 1900 

Alabama Archives 

A. L. A. Catalogue 

Alaska Boundary Tribunal, Proceedings of 

Alaska Explorations, Narrative of 

Alphabetical Index of the Sixteenth New York Volunteer Infantry 

Alphabetical List of Private Claims, 1903-1906 

Amendments to the Interstate Commerce Law, 1904-6 

American Breed of Fowls 

American Constitution 

American Merchant Marine, 1904 

American Saddle Horse, The, 1902 

American State Papers of the Post-Offlce Department, 1789-1833 

Analytical and Topical Index to Reports of the Chief of Engineers, 18C6-1900 

Angora Goat 

Annual List of Merchant Vessels, 1906 

Annual Report of the — 

American Historical Association, 1889-1906 

Architect of the United States Capitol, 1902 

Attorney-General, 1901-1906 

Board of Managers of the National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, 1906. 

Chief of the Bureau of— 

Animal Industry, 1884-1906 

Coast and Geodetic Survey, 1896, 1904-1906 

Commerce and Navigation, 1906 

Engineers, U. 8. Army, 1904-1906 

Clerk of the House of Representatives, 1904-1900 



2 
1 
2 

55 
1 
1 
2 

13 

an 

1 

14 
1 
1 

6 
4 

13 
3 

85 
4 
4 

2 
1 
1 
1 
2 
147 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 

8 
6 
1 
1 
3 
3 
2 

373 

1 

234 

299 

298 
11 

1 
70 

3 



Cost. 



12.50 
2.00 
4.00 

68.75 
1.25 
1.25 
2.50 

26.00 

aBS.7S 

1.25 

18.25 
1.25 
2.00 

6.25 

5.00 

16.25 

3.75 

106.25 
5.00 
5.00 

2.50 
L25 
1.26 
1.26 
2.50 
183.75 
2.00 
L25 
1.25 
1.25 
2.50 
14.50 
7.50 
1.26 
2.00 
3.75 
3.75 
3.00 

466.75 

1.25 

292.60 

299.00 

372.60 

22.00 

2.00 

87.50 

3.75 



132 



BEPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTEB. 



No. 15. — Statement of binding done for SenatorSy Representatives j and DeUgaUs under 
the provisions of section 99 ^ act January It, 1895, as amerukd by paragraph*9, act 
of March i, 1907, for the fiscal year ended June SO, 1907 — Continued. 



Title. 



Num- 
ber of 
copies. 



Co«t. 



ATiTinal Report of the— 
CommissioncT of— 

Corporationa, 1905-6 

Education, 1897-1906 

Fish and Fisheries, 1900-1905 ^ 

Five Civilized Tribes, 1906 

General Land Office, 1905 

Immigration, 1906 

I ndian Affairs, 1 874, 1900-1906 

Internal Revenue, 1906 

Labor, 1898-190t> 

Navigation, 19ai-1906 

Patents, 1878, 1902-1905 

Pensions, 1906 

Commissioners of tho — 

Civil Service, 1900, 1906 

District of Columbia, 18»5, 1906 

Comptroller of the Currency, 190O-19Ui 

Daughters of the American Revolution, 1890-1906 

Director of th<» Bureau of Engraving and Printing, 1905. 
Director of the Bureau of American Ethnology— 

Volume 1, 1S80 

Vohune 2, 1^81 

Volume 3, 1>«2 

Volume 4. l^hS 

Volume .',, I>h4 

Volume t'>, l^So 

Volume 7, 1^86 

Volume M, 1S87 

Volume «.♦, \hSS 

\'olunM* 10, 1S81I 

VolniiM' 1 1 , I89f> 

Volume 12. WM 

Volume I'A, IMrj 

Volume 14, 1S1« 

N'olume l.'i, IS'M 

Volume Iti, IbVt 

\'(iluiii«' 17. 1S(»'» , 

Volum*' is, 1SC*7 

\«»liinif l!«. 1M*N 



\ olillln- J*). Is'.*"*. 

\'oliiinc Jl. l««»i 

\<.liii[ii- J2. 11<H 

\ olur:..- j.{. I'.irj 

\'olijrij.- J4. V.tKi. 



V. luiiu' J.'i. l!«>4 

Dir»-< ti'F < f tlif rnit»-.i states <';e«jlopiral .Sur>'ey— 

Nnluinr' 1. IssO 

\<»liirn'' J. 1*^1 

\'<»iiiiii<.' .{, l"^-' 

\"<.iunie 4. l"***;* 

XoIuTiie .'i. issi 



2 


ttso 


4S0 


509.75 


417 


521.25 


w 
1 


8u75 


I 


1.25 


3 


3.75 


21 


26.25 


2 


2.50 


2» 


286.25 


4 


5.00 


41 


82.00 


1 


L25 


16 


20.00 


2 


2.50 


274 


342.50 


167 


208.75 


1 


1.25 


15 


30.00 


16 


32.00 


15 


30.00 


17 


32.00 


15 


30.00 


16 


32.00 


15 


30.00 


15 


30.00 


15 


30.00 


17 


33.00 


16 


32.00 


IS 


36.00 


18 


36.00 


29 


58.00 


22 


44.00 


25 


50.00 


4B 


96.00 


49 


t».00 


7S 


156.00 


56 


112.00 


80 


160.00 


121 


242.00 


419 


838.00 


18 


34.00 


7 


14.00 


2 


4.00 


2 


4.00 


2 


4.00 


1 


2.00 


1 


2.00 



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133 



No. 15. — Statement of binding done for Senators, Representatives j and Delegates under 
the provisions of section 99, act of January 12, 1895, as amended by paragraph 9, act 
of March 1, 1907, for the fiscal year ended June SO, 1907 — Continued. 



Title. 



Anuoal Rrix>rt of the— 

Director of the United States Geological Survey- 
Volume 6, 1885 

Volume 7, 1886 

Volume 8, 1887 

Volume 9, 1888 

Volume 10, 1889 

Volume 11, 1890 

\'olume 12, 1891 

N'olume 13, 1892 

Volume 14, 1893 

N'olume 15, 1894 

Volume 16, 1895 

Volume 17, 1896 

Volume 18, 1897. 

Volume 19, 1898 

Volume 20, 1899 % 

Volume 21 , 1900 

Volume 22, 1901 

N'olume 23, 1902 

N'olume 24, 1903 

Volume 25, 1904 

Volume 26, 1905 

Volume 27, 1906 

Director of the United Stetes Mint, 1875-76, 1878-1882, 1905 

General Ludlow, 1900 .• 

Governor of— 

Alaska, 1900, 1906 

Arizona, 1905 

New Mexico , 1904^ 

Porto Rico, 1899, 1900-1906 

Heads of Departments, 1900-1904 

Interstate Commerce Commission, 1887-1906 

Librarian of Congress, 1887, 1904^1906 

Lieu tenant-General Commanding the United States Army, 1899-1900. 

Light^House Board, 1905-6 

Major-General Commanding the United States Army, 1890, 1901-2 

Military Governor of Cuba, 1900, 1902 

Military Secretary, 1906 

Mine Inspector of New Mexico, 1905 

National Museum, 1884-1905 

Panama Cahal Commission, 1904-1906 

Philippine Commission, 1900-1906 

Postmaster-General, 1862-1881, 1896-1900 

Reclamation Service, 1901-1905 

Secretary of— 

Department of Agriculture, 1847-1900 

Department of Commerce and Labor, 1904-1900 

Department of the Interior, 190I-19(X) 

Navy Department, 1904-1900 

Treasury Department, 1904-19(X) 

United States Senate, 1900 

' NVar Department, 1898-190(i : 



Num- • 
berof 
copies. 

i 


Cost. 


t 

1 1 


12.00 


1 , 


2.00 


2 


4.00 


2 


4.00 


2 


4.00 


2 


4.00 


i 2 


4.00 


3 

1 


6.00 


2 


4.00 


61 


12.00 


6l 


12.00 


6 1 

1 


12.00 


1 6 


10.00 


8 


16.00 


32 


64.00 


i 30 


60.00 


21 


42.00 


4 


8.00 


4 


8.00 


23 


46.00 


201 ; 


402.00 


3 


3.75 


215 j 


268.75 


! 1 ; 


1.25 


1 8 


10.00 


1 


1.25 


i 1 : 


1.25 


195 


243.75 


4 


5.00 


420j 


551.25 


218 


272.50 


31 


38.75 


: 7 ! 


8.75 


10 


12.50 


13 


16.25 


1 


1.25 


1 


1.25 


1 272 


340.00 


5 


6.25 


095 


868.75 


2ti8 


335.00 


400 

1 


507.50 


568 


710.00 


391 


488.75 


210 


262.50 


428 


535.00 


217 


271.75 


5 


0.25 


%VS 


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134 REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 

No. 15. — Statement of Hnding done for SenatorSf Representatives ^ and Delegates under 
the provisions of section 99 y act of January It, 1895 , as amended 6y paragraph 9, act 
of if arch i, 1 907 , for the fiscal year ended June SO, 1907 — Continued. 



Num- 
Tltle. ber of Cost. 

copies. 



Annual Report of the— 

Smithsonian Institution, 184C-19a5 096 $1,245.00 

Sui)erintendent of the — 

Coast and Geodetic Survey, 1900, 1903-1905 

Hot Springs Resenr'ation, Ark., 1904 

Uniteti States Capitol Building and Grounds, 1902 

Surgeon-General, United States Army, 1906 

Supervising Surgeon-General, United States Marine-Hospital Service, 1905 

Yoseniite National Park, 1904 

Anthracite Coal Strike Commission Report, 1902 

Anthropological Studies in California. 1902 

Anti-Injunction BiU, 1900 

Appalachian Region, Forests, Rivers, Mountains, etc., of Southern 

Appendix to Foreign Relations, 1901 

Appointments in the Department of Agriculture from July to December, 1906 

Appropriation Bills, Second Session Fifty-ninth Congress 

Appropriations for New Offices, 1900-1908 

Arizona Ruins, Report of, 1895-1897 

Army and Navy Pensions (Warner), 1905 , 

Army Lists for 1905 and 1906 

Army Register, 1804,1902-1907 

Army Rogulations, 1895, 1904 

Astronomical Obwrvations, 1891-92 

Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad Company, 1905 

Athens Affair, 1904 

Atlas- 
Accompanying the Official Records of the War of the Rebellion 

A laska Boundary Tribunal 

Chattanooga and Chickamauga Battlefield 

Dc^'p Waterways Commission 

Geological Survey 

Philippine Islands 

Twelfth Census 

Yellowstone National Park 

Bank of Egypt, 1906 

Bankruptcy Laws, 1898, with Amendments, 1903 

Bankruptcy Laws, 189H, with Forms 

Beam Trawl Fishery, by J. W. Collins 

Beam Trawl Fishery of Great Britain, The, 1889 

B^-^^'f Industry. Kei><>rt of Commissioner of Corporations, 1905 

Be<«t Sugar Industry of the T'nited States, 1880, 1890, 1898, 1902-1906 

Benjamin Franklin and rniversity of Pennsylvania 

Biblical Antiquili<'s 

BiblioKraphy of District of Columbia 

Bibliography of Intenx-eanic Canals and Railways 

Bibliograpby of Languag»'N 

Bibliography of the Kskimo Language 

Bibliography of tb<* Pliilippine I«,|Hnds, HiOri 

Big Tr«'«'S of California. V.**) 

Bills and Debat'-s on Trusts. P"iftnth to Fifty-M-venth Congr«'s.s«'h. inclusive 

Bills and Reports from th<' Commit t^' on Inmiigration. IftOf) 



10 


20.00 


1 


1.25 


1 


1.25 


1 


1.25 


190 


237.50 


2 


2.50 


3 


3.75 


1 


1.25 


1 


1.25 


205 


410.00 


1 


1.25 


3 


3.75 


10 


14.75 


5 


laso 


1 


L25 


7 


8.75 


2 


4.00 


261 


326.25 


3 


3.75 


1 


2.00 


1 


1.2S 


2 


2.60 


46 


184.00 


57 


228.00 




45.00 




2.00 




2.00 




14. 2S 




2.00 




4.00 




L25 


16 


20.00 




5.00 




1.25 




2.00 




6.25 


17 


21.25 




L25 




L25 




1.25 




1.25 




L25 




2.50 




2.50 




2.50 




8.00 




8.00 



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135 



No. 15. — Statement of binding done for SenatorSy Representatives, and Delegates under 
the provieions of section 99, act of January It, 1895, as amended by paragraph 9, act 
of March 1, 1907, for (he fiscal year ended June 30 j 1907 — Continued. 



Title. 



Bills and Resolutions Introduced by Hon. J. A. Hughes in the Fifty-seventh to 
Fifty-ninth Congresses, inclusive 

Bills and Resolutions of the Fifty-eighth Congress 

Bills Introduced by— 

Hon. A. P. Murphy during the Fifty-ninth Congress 

Hon. E. J. Hill during the Fifty-ninth Congress 

Hon. Nathan W. Hale during the First Session Fifty-ninth Congress . . . 

Bills of the Second Session Fifty-ninth Congress 

Bills, Reports, and Laws of the First Session Fifty-ninth Congress 

Bingham Mining District, Utah 

Biographical Congressional Directory, 1774-1903 

Birds of Middle and North America, Vols. 1-3 

Board on Geographic Names, 1890, 1902 

Bonds- 
Paper Currency, etc 

Regulations of, 1905 

Bontoc Igorot, The 

Book of Estimates, 1908 

Bristow's Report on Panama 

Brownsville, Summary Discharge of Military Companies at, 1900 

Building Code of the National Board of Fire Underwriters 

Bulletins of the— 
Bureau of— 

American Ethnolc^T^ 

American Republics 

Biology, 1901, 1906 

Chemistry 

Education .' 

Forestry 

Labor. 1900-1906 

Plant Industry 

Rolls and Library, I>ei>artment of State 

Department of Agriculture 

Fish Commission, Vols. 1-25 •• 

Geological Survey 

National Museum 

Public Health and Marine-Hosiiital Service, 1905-6 

Twelfth Census 

Calendar of Correspondence of— 

James Madison 

James Monroe 

Thomas Jefferson, Vols. 1-2 : 

Canal and Steam Railroads in the District of Columbia, 1802-190o 

Canteen. Soldiers' Home, 1907 

Cape Nome and Norton Bay Region. Alaska 

Capo Nome Gold Region, Alaska 

Capitol Centennial Celebration. 1793-1893 

Captured Battle Flags 

Carnegie Institute. 1906 



Num- 
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copies. 


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to 

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16.00 


3 


6.00 


1 


2.00 


1 


2.00 


2 


4.00 


....1 3 


6.00 


1 


1.50 


1 


2.00 


33 


66.00 


.... 8 


10.00 


2 


2.50 


2 


2.50 


2 


2.50 


2 


4.00 


18 


36.00 


.... 2 


2.50 


8 


10.00 


1 


1.25 


731 


055.00 


34 


42.50 


5 


6.25 


10 


12.50 


2 


2.50 


20 


25.76 


117 


146.26 


.... 11 


15.00 


3 


6.00 


36 


45.00 


806 


1,606.75 


.... 415 


518.75 


3 


3.75 


9 


11.26 


7 


14.00 


3 


6.00 


3 


6.00 


9 


18.00 


1 


1.25 


1 


1.25 


1 


2.00 


6 


12.00 


2 


4.00 


2 


2.50 


1 


1.50 



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REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 



No. 15. — Statement of binding done for Senators, Representatives, and Delegates under 
the provisions of section 99, act of January 12, 1895, as amended by paragraph 9, act 
of March 1, 1907, for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1907 — Continued. 



Title. 



Num- 
ber of 
cqpies. 



Catalogue of— 

Government PubUeations. 1774-1881, 1881-1893. 1895-1897, 1897-189^, 1899-1901, 
1901-1903 

Pji rv r ? of Continental Congress 

Prehi:-toric Works 

Public Documents 

Catlin Indian Gallcr>', 1885 

Cattle and Dairy Farming *. 

Cattle. Diseases of, 1806.1904 f 

Cause of Delay in Work, First Session Fifty-ninth Congress 

Celebration of the One Hundredth Anni versar>' of the Laying of the Comer Stone 

of the United States Capitol IJuilding, 1890-1900 

Cement MHterials and Industr>' of the United States 

Census Bulletins 

Census of I'orto Kico. ISW 

Centennial Celebration of the National Capitol, 1S8O-1900 

Centennial of the Military Academy at West Point, 1802-1902 

Century Dictionary and CyclojK-difl 

Charges Against Bowen and Loc»mis 

Chart^Ts and Conventions. 1S77-S 

Chicago and Calumet Rivers and lIarl)ors. 1904 

Chicago Strike, 1904 

Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Park. Dedication of, 1805 

Child Labor in the United State*. l'*ift-7 

Chinese Exclusion Law, 1906 

Chlnock Text. 1894 '. 

Churchill Report (S. Doc. 4s3 

Church Land in the Philippines. 10(»1 

Circulars of the— 

Buroau of fMucation. 18^7 

r,..n.'ral Land Ollice. IW*. K«01. V*t4-5 

Citizenship of the United Stat<'s. F^xyiatriation, etc., 1906 

Civil Code for Cuba. Porto Rico, and Philippine Islands, 1899 

Civil ."^ervico in Rhode L^land, K*.* 

Coal-.Min«» Lnbor in Europ<' 

Coast Cliarts aet.. 

Coast Drfi-nws of the United .'^tjit*^. I'.i^t. 

Code (»f 

Alaska 

( .•iiiiMrrr.' (if Cuba, I'ortii Muf'. and Philippine Islands, 1S97 

L.j'.x - . f tb«* Distric-t (.f ("oluiiibia. VMJ. \i*X't ' 

<'..i;i.«i.'i' L;i\v- of tlX' Uliitf'd .*^tiit«'<.. 

i:'*J l^^»4 ' 

i:*c i'«i;; 

l;«'l : 

■ •luiiil>i:«ii r. \|»(i<iti'.n. ]*»".<{. KfjKir* of the ("«^nuuitteo on Awards , 

<'1'.)I!iIi;mii Ilixt'iriral K\iM>iiiir»ji. Madrid ) 

"'iI'Mii.jI "^> St fills «'f ilu' World l'*^** i 

"<-iMti.»'ri •' ;iii<l Finan<v i.f th» ^'iiit«d Statfs, Sununary of. UW 

'«. Ill rn. ••■«.■ an.l N;i\ ijrjitjili of lb« l'i,it»«l Slatr.s, |s'.i(*-HMX'» 

■<»ii. :;.<•! I I.I I .\iii»'rira and (''•min* n uii <»n«'nt. VMi't 

'.i!i:i:.r. lii! ' »r;riini/ati««ii'« »:nd April ultural AsMuiations. I'JUi.., 

Cnni7}.-Ti ).i] J:»'Ijinon.s r.f th»- r:.jtid .-^tj.t..*.. isfjj^-ii^jtv. ; 



Cost. 



13 


S26.00 


1 


2.00 


2 


2.50 


7 


14.00 


4 


5l00 


2 


2.50 


29 


36.25 


1 


L25 


3 


6.00 


197 


246.25 


15 


3a 00 


1 


1.25 


4 


8.00 


90 


1W.00 


10 


22.50 


1 


L25 


2 


4.00 


1 


L25 


3 


3.75 


5 


6.25 


6 


12.00 


3 


3.75 


1- 


1.25 


1 


1.25 


1 


L25 


1 


L2S 


26 


32.50 


36 


4&00 


1 


L25 


1 


1.25 


IM 


242.50 


1 


53.66 


6 


7.50 


1 


1.25 


1 


1.25 


5 


6.25 


2 


2.50 


6 


7.50 


3 


3.75 


14 


17.50 


1 


1.25 


4 


8.00 


18 


36.00 


25 


50.00 


1 


2.00 


4 


5.00 


au 


358.75 



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137 



No. 15. — Statement of binding done for Senators y Representatives j and Delegates under 
the provisions of section 99, act of January 12, 1895, as amended by paragraph 9, act 
of March 1, 1907 , for the fiscal year ended June SO, 1907 — Continued. 



Tltie. 



Num- 
ber of 
copies. 



Compilation of— 

Acts and Treaties Relating to Alaska, 1867-1905 

Laws of Porto Rico, 1901 

Naval Appropriation Laws, 1883-1905 

Reports of the United States Senate, 1789-1901 

Senate Election Cases, 1789-1902 

Treaties and Proclamations, 1778-1904 

Treaties in Force, 1789-1904 

Comprehensive Index to Government Publications 

Conditions in — 

Alaska, 1894, 1904 

Chicago Stock Yards, 1906 

Conduct of War, Miscellaneous Reports, 1861-1865 

Confederate Text-Books 

Conference and Conference Rei>orts, Laws and Practice in Regard to 

Congo Debates (S. Doc. 139) 

Congressional Directory, Forty-eighth, Fifty-first to Fifty-ninth Congresses, 

inclusive 

Congressional Globe, 1845-46 

Congressional Record, Fifty-fourth to Fifty-ninth Congresses, inclusive 

Constitution, Manual, and Digest, Fifty-eighth and Fifty-ninth Congresses 

Consular Building in Japan, China, and Korea 

Consular Correspondence, 1898 

Consular Inspection in Europe and Asia, 1903-4 

Consular Regulations of the United States 

Consular Rei>orts — 

1881-1889, 1900, 1904-1906 

Special, Vols. 4, 5, 9, 13, 16, 31-38 

Contagious Diseases of Domestic Animals, 1881 

Contested Election Cases 

Contour Maps of the United States 

Contributions to- 
Economical Geology, 1904 

Ethnology, Vols. 2, 4, 6, 7, 9 

Natural History of Alaska, 1874-1881 

Copper River Expedition, Alaska 

Copyright BiU, 1906-7 

Copyright in Congress, 1789-1904 

Corporation Laws, 1904 

Cotton Boll Weevil 

Cotton Production and Consumption 

Counting of the Electoral Vote in the Senate and House from 1789-1873 

Credit Currency, 1907 

Crimes, Misdemeanors, etc 

Cruise of the Revenue Cutter- 
Bear, 1888 

Corwin, 1884-5 

Nuni vak, 1899-1901 

Cuba, by De Quesada, 1905 

Cuban Consular Correspondence 

Dakota Grammar 

Debate on Pure Food Bill In the House and Senate, 19a')-6 

18937— S/Doc. 5, 60-1 10 



Cost. 



2 


14.00 


2 


4.00 


18 


22.50 


6 


7.50 


1 


1.25 


4 


5.00 


3 


3.75 


6 


12.00 


3 


3.75 


1 


1.25 


10 


12.50 


1 


1.25 


2 


4.00 


1 


1.25 


57 


71.25 


2 


4.00 


3,855 


4,990.00 


46 


57.50 


1 


1.26 


1 


1.25 


2 


2.50 


1 


1.25 


166 


207.50 


95 


118.75 


1 


1.25 


1 


1.25 


2 


10.00 


4 


8.00 


14 


26.00 


1 


2,00 


2 


4.00 


2 


2.50 


2 


3.00 


1 


1.25 


2 


2.50 


4 


5.00 


1 


1.25 


1 


1.25 


1 


1.25 


2 1 


2.50 


5 


10.00 


10 


12.50 


1 


1.25 


1 , 


1.25 


1 


1.26 


2 


4.00 



138 



BEPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 



No. 15. — Statement of binding done for Senators^ Representatives, and Delegates under 
the provisions of section 99, act of January 12, 1895, as amended by paragraph 9, act 
of March 1, 1907, for the fiscal year ended June SO, i9(>7— CJontinued. 



Title. 



Num- 
ber of 
copies. 



Debates in the First Senate, 1789-1791 

Decisions of the— 

Commissioner of Patents, 1847-1905 

Comptroller of the Treasurj*, 1882 

Supreme Court, 1902 

Decisions under Bo^*'man-Tucker Act, 1904 

Deep Waterways Commission, 1906 ,. 

Deficiency Estimates, Second Session Fifty-ninth Congress 

Descriptive Catalogue of Collection of Objects of Jewish Ceremonies Deposited In 

the National Museum 

Dictionary of Altitudes 

Digest of— 

Contested Election Cases, 1789-1903 

Decisions of Commissioner of Indian Affairs. 1901 

Hearings before the Senate Committee on Interstate Commerce on R^ulation 
of Railway Rates, IU05 

International Law (Moore), Vols. 1-8 

Laws of the Inited States Court, Official, 1895 

National Hank Decisions. 1905 

Senate Contested Election Cases, 1789-1901 

Senate Interstate Commerce Committee Reports. 1904 

Diplomatic Com'spondenct* of the United States, 1861-1866, 1867, 1868, 1869 

Direct Ix?gi8lation (S. Doc. 340) 

Discrimination in Coal and Oil, 1900-7 

Disease of— 

Poultry 

Swine. 1879-1880 

Documentary History of th*' — 

Const itution 

United States Capitol 

Docimu-nts and Hearings on Tobacco. 1904-1907 

DocunH'nts and Reports on— 

Porto Rico. 1906 

Statehood. Fifty-ninth Congress 

Domestic Disturbances. 1787-1903 

Drawback Alio wane** on Sugar 

Duties on Philippine Products . 1905 

Duty of the United States in Cuba, 1906 

Early Labor of Missionaries in Oregon 

Earthqiijik** in ("nlifornia. 190ti 

Economic Geology. 1004 

Economic Questions on Colonies in the Orient. 1906 

Educatir)nal Paix-rs : 

Education in AIa.»iku. \'M¥\ i 

El«'V«'nth ('<*n.sus on Insuranc**. IWO , 

Emi-rg'-ncy Appropriation Bill, Panama Canal. 1900 ' 

Engagements of Host il»* Indian."*, 1868-1882 

Engineers' Testimony on Type of Canal, 1906 \ 

Entomological Bulletins 

Estal)li'Jhment and Gov<Tnment of the District of Columbia 

Estimates of .\p{>ropriutions, 1907—8 



Cost. 



$1.25 



275 


343.75 


1 


L2S 


1 


L2S 


1 


1.25 


1 


1.25 


1 


2.00 


1 


L2S 


234 


202.50 


4 


5.00 


1 


1.25 


50 


02.50 


5,227 


6,533.75 


1 


L2S 


4 


5.00 


2 


2.50 


2 


2.50 


25 


81.25 




1.25 




5.00 




1.35 




8.00 


61 


122.00 




2.50 




L3S 




t.n 




1.35 




1.35 




1.36 




1.36 




1.36 




1.36 




7.80 




L36 




1.36 


31 


1 38.75 




1.36 




1 4.00 




1 3.00 




! 1.S 


14 


17.50 




6.S 


2 


4lO0 


9g 


SLflO 



REPOBT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 



139 



No. 15. — Statement of binding done for SenatorSj Representatives ^ and Delegates under 
the provisions of section 99, act of January if, 1895, as amended by paragraph 9, act 
of March 1, 1907 y for the fiscal year ended June 30 y 1907 — Continued. 



Title. 



Eulogies and Memorial Addresses 

European Ships of War, 1876 

Executive Register of the United States, 1789-1905 

Explorations in Alaska 

Extermination of the American Bison 

Extracts from the Congressional Record 

Facts Concerning the Chinese Exclusion Laws 

Farmers' Bulletins 

Federal Aid in Domestic Disturbances, 1787-1903 

Federal Antitrust Decisions, 1906 , 

Federal Quarantine Speeches, 1906 

Field Service Regulations, United States Army, 1906 

Field Work in Northeastern Arizona, 1901 

Final Report of the— 

Committee to Codify the Laws of the United States 

St. Louis Exposition, 1906 

Finance Reports, 1889, 1901-1903 

Finding List to Important Serial Documents Published by the Government, 1901. 

Fish and Fisheries of the United States (G. Brown Goode), Vols. 1-7 

Fish and Fishery Industry of Porto Rico 

Fisheries on the Pacific Coast, 1894 

Fishery Congress, 1898 

Fishery Treaties of Great Britain with the United States, 1887 

Fishes of Hawaii '. 

Fish of North and Middle America 

Fish Treaties, 1888 

Flags of Maritime Nations 

Flora of the State of Washington 

Food and Drug Acts 

Food Preservatives, 1904 

Foreign Commerce and Navigation of the United States, 1899, 1906 

Foreign Relations of the United States, 1861-1905 

Foreign Relations and Diplomatic Correspondence, General Index 

Foreign Relation Papers, 1869 

Forest Service, 1906 

Frangais de la American 

French- Venezuela Mixed Claims Commission, 1902 

Fur-Seal Arbitration, 1895 

Gardening 

Gazetteer of— 

Delaware 

Indian Territory 

Maryland 

Philippine Islands 

Te xas 

Virginia 

West Virginia 

General Land Office, Manner of Recording, 1904 

General Staff .^f the United States Army, 1775-1901 

Geographic Dicti »nary of Alaska, 1906 

Geographic Congress, 1904-1905 



Nmn- 
ber of 
copies. 



160 
1 

35 

3 

2 

10 

1 

677 
o 
4 
1 
1 
2 

32 
6 
6 
1 

25 

^ 

t 
1 
2 
1 
7 
5 
2 
1 
3 
1 
1 

14 
226 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
38 
1 

1 
1 
1 
8 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
7 
10 



Cost. 



$252.00 
1.25 

43.75 
6.00 
2.50 

21.75 
L26 
846.26 
6.26 
5.00 
L26 
1.25 
2.50 

64.00 
7.50 
7.50 
1.25 

50.00 

14.00 
1.25 
4.00 
1.25 

14.00 
6.25 
2.50 
2.00 
3.75 
1.25 
1.25 

28.00 
414.00 
1.25 
3.25 
1.25 
2.00 
1.25 

47.50 
1.25 

1.25 
1.25 
1.25 
10.00 
1.25 
1.25 
1.25 
1.25 
1.25 



r 



8.75 



12.50 



140 



REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 



No. 15. — Statement of binding done for Senators ^ Representatives y and Delegates under 
the provisions of section 99 ^ act of January 12, 1895 , as amended by paragraph 9, act 
of March i, 1907, for the fiscal year ended June SO, 1907 — Continued. 



Title. 



Geographic Names of— 

Alaska 

Philippine Islands 

Geography and Geology of Alaska 

Geological and Mineral Resources of Copper River District, Alaska 

Geological Atlas 

Geological Survey Atlas of Mining Industry of Lead ville, Colo 

Geological Survey Maps 

Geolog>- and Geographical Survey of the Territories, 1878 

Geolog>' of— 

Mountain Coal Fields 

Philippine Islands 

Yellowstone National Park 

Gettysburg Park Connnission Reports, 189^i-1905 

Gold and Silver In the United States, 189^1906 

Gold Standard in International Trade, 1903-4 

Good Uoads Bulletins 

Gothonljurp System of Liquor Traffic, 1893 

Gravel and Placer Mining in Alaska 

Grain Elevators Investigation, 1900 

Grazing Lands 

Great Canals of the World, 190:i 

Greater I )istrirt of Columbia, 1000 

Growth of Industrial Art •. 

Handbook of— 

American Indians * 

Argent ina. 190:j-4 

Holivia, lW4-/i 

Cuba, 1004 

I londuras, 10<)4-o 

Mexico. I0r)4-5 

VenezuelH, H*)4 

Hansard's l*arliamentary Debates 

Hawaiian Investigation, H^fG 

Hazing at the Naval Academy, VMM) 

Headings for the Index to the— 

Federal Statutes, ]<«ei 

Ke\ ibt'il Statutes. 1000 

Hearings an«l Ueport> of the Merchant Marine Commission, 190.'^-4, 1900 

Ilejirings and Ki-ports on Revenue Laws 

Hearings ln-fon- the House or Senate Committee on— 

AgricMlt ure. l.s'»4. Vjtn\ 

Aj>propriations. 190(>-7 

Iinniigrat ion and Naturalization, \W2, lOOtl 

Int«'nM-»'anic Canals. 1005-fi 

lnt«'r>tate and Foreign Conimen-e lorii.v-7 ' 

Interstate ( '.onunerce. 1905 

Judiciary. VMn> 

L.il M .r, lOiHi 

M.Tcbarit Marine, 10ri4-l'J(Hi 

Njt val Alfair«*. VMnt-' 

Patents, liju-w «; 

r/iWppirn' Isliintl!*. 1900 



Num- 
ber ol 
copies. 


Coat. 


1 


12.00 


1 


L2S 


0* 
4 


14.00 


2 


4.00 


3 


15.00 


1 


4.00 


2 


1&75 


2 


2.50 


1 


L50 


1 


L2S 


1 


2.00 


213 


26&2S 


7 


8.75 


7 


8.75 


. 7 


8.75 


1 


L2S 


191 


23&75 


1 


1.25 


1 


L2S 


2 


4.00 


1 


L2S 


2 


8.00 


5 


6.25 


4 


5.00 


199 


248.75 


6 


7.50 


200 


2saoo 


201 


25La6 


201 


25L2S 


9 


ILS 


3 


3.75 


7 


8.75 


12 


24.00 


2 


400 


3 


175 


2 


2. SO 


18 


22.50 


19 


31.25 


! 3 


175 


« 


57. SO 


1 32 


40.00 


I 


1.25 


8 


laoo 


3 


175 


» 


11.75 


i i«. 


SS.V 


1 


1.35 


i . 


1.25 



BEPOBT OF THE PUBIilC PRINTER. 



141 



No. 15. — Statement of binding done for Senators^ Representatives, and Delegates under 
the proxyisions of section 99, act of January It, 1895, as amended by paragraph 9, act 
of March 1, 1907, for the fiscal year ended June SO, 1907 — Continued. 



Title. 



Hearings before the House or Senate Ck)inmittee on— 

Territories, 1906 

Ways and Means, 1906 

Hearings before the— 

House Committee on Interstate Commerce on Regulation of Railway Rates, 
1904-1906 

Interstate Commerce Commission, 1906 

Senate Committee on Interstate Commerce on Regtilation of Railway Rates, 
held from Dec. 11, 1904, to May 23, 1906 

Senate Committee on Military Affairs on the Affray at BrownsvlUe, Tex., 1906-7. 

Senate Committee on the Philippines 

I f earings on- 
Agricultural Appropriation Bill, 1907 

Alcohol Bill, 1906 

Alaska Railroad, 1905-1907 

Anti-Injunction Bill, 1904-1906 

Army and Military Academy Appropriation Bill, 1907 

Banking and Currency, 1906-7 

Beef Question, 1906 

Chickasaw Indians, 1907 

Chinese Exclusion, 1906 

Commerce between the Several States, etc., 1906 

Copyright, 1906 

Currency, 1907 

District of Columbia Appropriation BiU, 1907 

Eight-Hour Law, 1904-1906 

Expenditures in the Agricultural Department, 1907 

Food Prices, 1902, 1906 

Free Tobacco, 1906 

Grain Trade, 1906 

Inmiigration, 1906 

Insurance, 1906 

Interoeeanic Canals, 1906 

Interstate Commerce Act 

Irrigation and Arid Lands, 1906. . . ; 

Liability BiU, 1906 

Meat Inspection, 1906 ^ 

Niagara Falls, 1906 

Oleomargarine, 1900 

Panama Canal, Fifty-seventh, Fifty-eighth, and First Session Fifty-ninth 
Congresses 

Panama Railway, 1905 

Philippine Tariff, First Session Fifty-ninth Congress 

Post-Office Appropriation Bill, 1907-8 

Private Car Lines, 1906 

Pure Food BiU, 1906 

Railroad Fares, 1907 

Regulating Interstate Commerce, 1907 

Revenue for the PhiUppines, 1906 

Ship Subsidy BUI, 1906 

Sundry CivU Appropriation BiU, 1908 

Territories, 1904 

Type of the Panama Canal, 1906 



Num- 
ber of 
copies. 



1 

1 



28 
2 

266 

98 

191 

3 
6 
1 
6 
1 
3 
1 
1 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
2 
6 
2 
1 
1 
3 
3 
7 
1 
1 
6 
2 
1 
2 

47 
1 
9 

30 
1 
6 
4 
2 
2 
1 
5 
1 
\ 



Cost. 



$1.26 
1.26 



36.00 
2.60 

31&76 
122.60 
238.76 

3.76 
7.60 
L26 
7.60 
1.26 
3.76 
1.26 
L26 
2.60 
2.60 
1.26 
1.26 
1.26 
. 2.60 
7.60 
2.60 
1.26 
1.26 
3.76 
3.76 
8.76 
1.26 
1.26 
6.26 
2.50 
1.25 
2.60 

58.75 
1.25 
11.25 
37.50 
1.26 
6.25 
5.00 
2.50 
2.50 
1.26 
6.26 
L26 



142 REPOBT OF THE PUBLIC PBINTEB. 

No. 15. — Statement of binding done for Senators j Representatives, and Delegates under 
the provisions of section 99, act of January 12, 1895, as amended by paragraph 9, act 
of March 1, 1907, for the fiscal year ended June SO, 1907 — Continued. 



Title. 



Hearings, Reports, and Documents on the Panama Can&l, 1899-1906 

Heltman's Register, 178^1903 

Hepbum-Dolllver BiU, 1904 

Higher Education in— 

Alabama 

Arkansas 

California 

Colorado 

Connecticut 

Delaware 

Florida 

Georgia 

Indiana 

Iowa 

Kansas 

Kontiieky 

Loiiisiuna 

Miiino 

Maryland 

Mas.sachiisotts 

M K'h iga n 

Minnesota 

Missouri 

Mississippi 

New Hampshire 

Now Jorsoy 

Nf • w Yd rk 

North Carolina 

Ohio 

P<.*nrisyl va nia 

Kho'le Island 

South Carolina 

TenneFs^t^ 

Vonnont 

Virginia 

West Virginia 

Wisconsin 

Historir.il K^j^nst^'r and Dictionary of the United States Army, 1789-1904. 

History aii<i Growth of th^ United States Census, 1900 

Hi^ifory of - 

iJill- of tlic I'ifty-<v.v<'nth. Fifty-«-ighth, and Fifty-ninth Congresses.. 

lh\).ir\uvut of Stale. IWI 

FMn'-.tf M»r. in Mi'^'^issippi 

(J.n. r;il Stiill. i:so-i<<05 

Mii^K al .S4;il»-s. ]W2 

li.iihv.iv Mail S<rvifo. 1S85 

S-al (if fh<- Unit»-<1 Stat<.'8 

t'nii.-i Stall"* Capitol. 1792-lS.Vi. lhoO-1900 

\Va>hm;u'lon .MoniHn<-nt 

Wa-ljinKton N.ivy-Yard . 17t*9-lK^9 

Hor>y ]Ui-, The 



Num- 
ber of 
copies. 


Cost. 


31 


$42.80 


2 


4.00 


1 


L25 


1 


L28 


2 


2.80 


1 


L25 


1 


L28 


2 


2.80 


2 


2.fl0 


1 


L2ft 


2 


2. SO 


2 


2.flO 


2 


2.flD 


1 


1.2ft 


2 


2.flD 


2 


2.flD 


2 


2.flD 


2 


2.flD 


2 


2.50 


2 


2.50 


1 


1.2ft 


1 


1.2ft 


1 


L2ft 


2 


2.ftD 


2 


IftD 


2 


2.ftD 


1 


1.2S 


2 


2.50 


2 


150 


2 


2.50 


1 


L2ft 


2 


2.90 


2 


xa 


1 


Lift 


1 


Lift 


1 


L2ft 


44 


88.00 


1 


L3S 


1 


%m 


1 


1.2ft 


1 


L2ft 


3 


xn 


1 


L2ft 


1 


L38 


1 


L38 


8 


2ft.» 


8 


16.80 


1 


L2ft 


1 


1.2ft 



REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 



143 



No. 15. — Statement of binding done for Senators, Representatives, and Delegates under 
the provisions of section 99, act of January 12, 1895, as amended by paragraph 9, act 
of March 1, 1901, for the fiscal year ended June SO, 1907 — Continued. 



Title. 



Hopi Katcinas , 

Horse, Diseases of, 1896, 1903 , 

House and Senate Documents Relating to Railway Rates, First Session Fifty-ninth 

Congress 

House and Senate Naval Appropriation Bill, 1907 

House Bills and Resolutions of the Second Session Fifty-ninth Congress 

House Bills and Senate Acts Referred to the House Committee on Interstate and 

Foreign Commerce 

House Biils of the Fifty-ninth Congress 

House Contested Election Cases, 1789-1903 

House Journal of the Fifty-ninth Congress 

House Manual and Digest, First Session Fifty-ninth Congress 

House Rules and Digest 

Illustrations and Conditions of Fur Seal Rookeries, 1895 

Immigration Act of February 20, 1907 

Immigration Inspection, 1900 

Immigration Laws and Regulations, 1907 

Improvements of the — 

City of Washington 

Park System, District of Columbia } 

Index to- 
Congressional Record, Fifty-ninth Congress 

Consular Reports 

Documents, Fifty-eighth Congress 

Farmers' Bulletins 

Foreign Relations, 1861-1899 

Government Publications, 1881-1893 

Laws of the Fifty-ninth Congress 

Patents and Patentees, 1903-1905 

Public Documents, 1881-1901 

Railway Rate Bill, 1905 

References in the Library of Congress 

Report of the Committee on the Five Civilized Tribes, 189&-1905 

Revised Statutes, 1906 

Statutes at Large, 1780-1903 

Indian Affairs, 1900 

Indian Appropriation Bills 

Indian Depredations in Utah, 1869 

Indian Languages : 

Algonquin 

Iroquoian .• 

Indian Laws and Treaties, Vols. 1-2 

Indian Tribes of Brazil, 1903 

Indians Taxed and Not Taxed, 1890 

Industrial and Fine Arts, Education in the United States 

Industrial Arts (Butterworth) 

Industrial Commission Reports, Vols. 1-19 

Industrial Education In Germany, 1906 

Information Respecting United States Bonds, Paper Currency, Coin, Precious 

Metals, etc 

Inquiry of Public Printing, Fifty-ninth Congress 



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No. 15. — Statement of binding done for Senators, Representatives^ and Delegates under 
the provisions of section 99, act of January 12, 1895, as amended by paragraph 9, act 
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Title. 



Insects Aflocting the Orange 

Insular Affairs, Laws, and Hearings, Fifty-sixth and Fifty-seventh Congresses. 

Insular and Military Acts. Treaties, and Proclamations, 1897-1903 

Insular Cases, Arguments on, in Supreme Court, 1900 

Insular Cases, The, 1900, 1904 

Intercontinental Railway Commission 

International Academy of Sciences, Vols. 1-7 , 

International Arbitrations (Moore) 

International Confen'nce of American States, 1901-2 

International Fisheries Exhibit, 1898 

International Geographic Congress, 1881 

International Geological Congress, 1904 

International Law (Wharton) 

International Prison Commission, 1904 

Interst ale Commerce Commission Circulars, 1906-7 

Interstate Commen-e Law, 190<*» 

Interslatt! Transportation of Intoxicating Liquors, Fifty-eighth Congreas 

Introduction of Reindeer into Alaska, 1899-1904 

Introduction to Records of the Virginia Company of London, 1905 

Investigation of the — ' 

Government Hospital for the Insane, 1906 1 

Panama Canal AlTairs, 1906 

Oiruinl Conduct of E. G. Rathbone *..... 

Irrigation in the I'nited States and Eg>'ptian Irrigation 

Irrigation I n vest igat ion in Utah, 1903 

Isle of Pines, Tit le to 

Japanesj' ('<»tniK't ition. 1904 

Journnls of the ConfedcTate Congress, lKJl-1865 

Journals of the Continrntal Congress 

Juilicial C(>de of tin- United States. litOti 

Juvenile Courts. Report of Prison Commission 

Kepli'r's Laws 

Kukhix Klan 

Labor and Cajiital. issli-iss,') 

Labor Dist ur)«ances in Colorado, 1SN)-1<»()4 

Labor Kxhibit at the St. Louis Exposition, 1W4 

Labor ln\ est ijrat ions. lS(i() 

Labor LaNss of the rnit^'d State.s. IWJ, 1902-1904 

Lady Franklin IJay Kxpetiition. 1SH4 

Laiul-Cirant liiiiiroads. ls77. 

Land Lmws of th«- I'nitrd States, 1(K)1 

Lands l[<'ld for Krh^'ious t'sf-s in Philippine Islands, VJHi 

Latin- Anicrican Tnuie and Trans|>ortation 

Laws jin«l Acts of the Philippine Commission, Kio:j-ll»Oo 

Laws Coninwrn to All Territories 

Law.*" for S[)!niish (dloniJ'S 

Law -. of A laska, I'.th. 

Laws of (jNii {;f»\«'rnnient Under Military Occupation 

Laws oi Cixil Pn-ei'dnre in th»' Canal Zone 

Laws of In'^ular l'oss«>sions 

Laws 4.f th»' Fiv«- ( ivilizi'd TriU's, lS0:;-190ti 

Laws of th«' Forty-fourth to Fifty-ninth Congresses, inclusive 



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Title. 



Laws Relating to- 
Insular Affairs, 1903 

Loans and Currency 

Loans, Paper Money, and Banking, 1700-1806 

Navigation and Merchant Marine, 1903 

Laws, Reports, and Documents Relating to the District of Columbia, First Ses-^ 

sion Fifty-ninth Congress 

Legislative History of the General Staff of the Anny, 177&-1903 

Les Combattants Francois, 1778-1783 

Letters of Bellamy Storer and President Roosevelt 

Letters of Secretary of State, 1906 

Letters of Secretary of the Department of Agriculture, 1907 

Life History of North American Birds 

Limited Hours of Service of Railway Emnloyees, 1906 

List of— 

Books in the Library of Congress, 1906 

Ethnology Publications 

. Maps of America In the Library of Congress 

Merchant Vessels, 1906 

Post-Offlces 

Works on French Alliance in the Library of Congress 

Louisiana Purchase Exposition Expenditures, 1903 

Louisiana Purchase, Hermann's Report, 1900 

Louisiana Purchase, State Papers and Ail Correspondence, 1903-4 

Magoon R e port .•. .• 

Maine Report, 1898 

Man and Abnormal Man 

Mann's Patent Bill, 1904-6 

Manual and IMgest of the House of Representatives, Second Session Fifty-ninth 

Congress 

Manual of Style Governing Composition and Proof Reading in the Government 

Printing Office, 1904 

Manual of Gymnastic Exercises (Koehler) 

Manual of the Quartermaster's Department, 1904 

Manual of the Subsistence Department, 1902 

Map of— 

Alaska, with Descriptive Text 

Idaho 

New York 

Panama 

Washington 

Mclntyre Iron Property, New York 

Meat Inspection Law, 1906 

Medals of Honor, 1904 

Medical and Sanitary Features of the Russo-Japanese War, 1901 

Medical and Surgical History of War of the Rebellion, 1861-1865 

Memorials and Writings of G. Brown Goode, 1897 

Message of the President Helatlve to the Brownsville Affray, 1906 

Messages and Papers of the Presidents 

Measages of tlie President at the Commencement of the Fifty-eighth and Fifty- 
ninth CongresMS 

Mexico Cotton Boll Weevil 



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No. 15. — Statement of binding done for Senators, RepresentativeSf and Delegates under 
the provisions of section 99, act of January 12, 1895, as amended by paragraph 9, act 
of March 1, 1907, for the fiscal year ended June SO, 1907 — Continued. 



Title. 



Mexican Boundary of the United States 

Military Governor of Cuba, 1899 

Military Laws of the United States 

Military Observations of the Russo-Japanese War, 1906 

Military Schools and Colleges, War Department, 1904 

Militia of the United States, The, 1903-1906 

Mineral Resources of the United States, 1882-1904 

Mining and Land Laws, 1903 

Minutes of the — 

Fifty-ninth Congress 

International American Congress, Washington, D. C, 1900 

Miscellaneous Documents 

Miscellaneous Documents of the Interstate Commerce Commission, 1907 

Miscellaneous Hearings before All the Committees of the House of Representa- 

\ tives, Second Session Fifty-ninth Congress 

Miscellaneous House Reports 

Miscellaneous Pamphlets 

Miscellaneous Reports of the — 

Department of Agriculture, 1900 

Interit»r Department, 1900-1904 

I'osl-Oiru e Department, 1890-1905 

War Department, 1899-1901 

Miscellaneous lieports of Speeches, 1902-1906 

Miscellaneous Iteports of Si)eeches on Brownsville Affray 

Missouri Troops in Civil War, 1861-1863 ;.. 

Modem Prison System and Prison Congress 

Monetary Agreement with Panama. 1906 

Monetary Conference, U»03-4 

Money, Weights, and Measures of the American Republics 

Monographs of the United States Gcologicjil Survey, Vols. 6-8, 10, 11, 16-18, 21-30, 

35. 37. 47. 48 

Monographs on .Sor'ial E<-ononii«s 

Montlily Bulletins of the Bureau of American Republics 

Monthly Consular Reports, 2lr2 '303 

Mortality Statistics, 19a'> 

Mountain Meadow Massa- re. Ctah 

Myths of the ( herokee 

National Academy of Sciences. Memoirs 

National Galleries of History and Art 

National, State. Commercial, and I>ocal Organizations 

National University , 

Native Rac«'s. I'rot<'<'tion Against Intoxicants 

Naturalization in Criminal Courts. Cook County, 111.. 1901 

Natur.ilization of Aliens. 1904. 1906 

Nauticiil Almn nac. 1904. 1909 

Naval Academy F^xamination Papers. 1905 

Naval Appropriation Laws, 188:i-1900 

Naval Ol'S^-rvatory Publications. s<»rif»s 2. Vols. 1-5 

Naval \Va r Coll'ge. Wm 

Na\ i^ration and Merchant Marine Laws. 1H99. 1903 

Navigation Laws of the United States. 1903 

Navy and Marine Corps Laws (Michael) 



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No. 15. — Statement of binding done for Senators^ Representatives , and Delegates under 
the provisions of section 99 ^ act of January 12 y 1895 , as amended by paragraph 9, act 
of March 1, 1907 , for the fiscal year ended June SO, 1907 — Continued. 



Title. 



Navy Register, 1866, 188Q-1883, 1887, 1903-1907 

Navy Yearbook, 1883, 1906 

Negro Suffrage, 1906 

Neutrality of Great Britein, ^861 

Newspai)er Files 

Nicaragua Canal, Report of Board of Engineers 

Northern Securities v. United States, Decision of the Supreme Court 

Norton Bay and Cape Nome Districts, Alaska 

Notes of Naval Progress, 1901 

Notes on Panama, No. 1, 1903 

Official Gazette, United States Patent Office, 1903-1907 

Official Opinions of the Assistant Attorney-General for the Post-Office Depart- 
ment, 1873-1885, 1885-1892 

Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies, 1861-1865 

Official Records of the Union and Confederate Navies, 1861-1865 

Official Register of the United States, 1905 

Oleomargarine Bill, 1901 

Opinions Delivered in Insular Cases, 1901, 1906 

Opium, Traffic Therein, 1905 

Organic Acts of the — 

Philippines, 1900 

Porto Rico, 1906. 

Territories, 1789-1897 

Original Manuscript of Senate Document 84, First Session Fifty-ninth Congress. . . 

Origin and History of the Smithsonian Institution 

Origin of Certain Place Names in the United States. 1904 

Overtime Claims of the Letter Carriers. 1902 

Panama Cable and Isthmian Canal, 1906 

Panama Canal Commission, First Annual Report 

Panama Canal Company of France 

Pan-American Medical Congress, 1893 

Papers Relating to Foreign Relations of the United States, 1898, 1905 

Paris Exposition (Cridler) , 

Passport Regulations of Foreign Countries, 1902 

Patent and Trade-Marit Laws, 1902 

Patent Laws of Central and South America, 1904 

Peach I^eaf Curl, The, 1900 

Pcariy Fresh Water Mussels of the United States, 1898 

Pension Laws and Regulations of the United States, 1902, 1905-€» 

Pensions, Foreign Systems 

Personal Record of Senator Morgan 

Philippine Civil Service, 1906 

Philippine Currency Division, 1905 

Philippine Exposition Board, Report of, 1904 

Phosphate Industry of the United States 

Population and Resources of Alaska, 1890 

Portfolios 

Porto Rico Code of Laws, 1901 

Porto Rico Code, Report of Commission 

Porto Rico Fisheries, 1889 

Postal Guide, 1907 

Post-Offloe Laws and Regulations, 1902 



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216 



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L26 

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L26 
8.76 
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1.26 

34L60 

68.75 

2,478.76 

611.26 

2.00 

2.00 

2.50 

292.50 

2.6a 
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1.25 
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27.50 

270.00 

1.25 

2.50 

22.60 
1.26 
7.50 

17.75 
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3.75 
1.25 
1.25 
3.75 
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17.50 
1.25 
2.25 
1.25 
1.25 
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1.25 
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14.50 
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10.00 
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96.26 
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No. 15. — Statement of binding done for Senators, Representatives, and DeUgaUs under 
the provisions of section 99, act of January 12, 1895, as amended by paragraph 9, act 
of March 1, 1907, for the fiscal year ended June SO, 1907 — Continued. 



Title. 



Precious Metals, Production of, 190^1904 

Prehistoric Arrowheads and Spearheads 

Prehistoric Art, 1898 , 

Prehistoric Ruins of the Southwest, 1904 

Preparing Vegetables for the Table , 

Preservation of Niagara Falls , 

President's Message on the Panama Canal, 1906 

President's Message on Visit to Panama and Porto Rico, 1906 , 

Primer of Forestr>' , 

Primitive Methods of Drilling (McGuire) , 

Printing Investigation, 1905 

Prison Congress, Fifth Annual 

Proceedings of the— 

Court of Inquiry, 1901 

General Court-Martial in the Case of Maj. Charles W . Penrose, 1907 

Proceedings to Obtain Title to Public Land, 1904 , 

Production of Mineral Paints, Asl)estos, Barytes, Zinc, and Natural Gas , 

Professional Papors of the Geological Survey 

Proposftd Araendnienta to Interstate Commerce Act, 1906 

Proposed Philippine Bank, 1906 

Publications of the Second Session Fifty-ninth Congress 

Public Land Withdrawn from Entry, 1907 

Public Lands Commission, 1904 

Public Laws of the First Sesaion Fifty-ninth Congress 

Public S«)Oiety and School Libraries 

Pure Fofwl Bill and Law, 190;}-190«) 

Railroad Employees' Hours of Ser»-ice, 1906 

Railroiid Kate Bills, First Session Fifty-ninth Congress 

Railroad liuto UeKuliitions, lOOti 

Railwjj \ Mail Pay, lHh>i 

Railway Mail Transportjition, lioport of, 1876-77 

Railway Natioiutlization. lS«f(j 

Railway Kato Lau, ]{Hki 

Rpconnaissancf of — 

Alaska, 1899 

Cape Nome and Norton IJay, Alaska. I'.KK) 

Record of Hon. J. W. Ha])C<K.'k in the First Session Fifty-ninth Congress 

Register of Commissioned and Warrant OfTicers of the Navy, 1906 

Registor of tlw General Staff, 1905 

Regulat ion a nd Uostrictlon of Output 

Regulation of Corporations, Fifty-ninth Congress 

RoguUtlons itl the - 

Joj nt Cdmmittee on Printing 

Tnitrd State's Anny, 1904 

Report of Brook«*. Davis, and Wood, 1899 

Report of tb** ' 

Aniendnients to tho Interstate Commerce Law 

Board of Consulting Engineers. Panama Canal, 1906 • 

Board of Lady Managers. St. lyouis Exposition, 1905 

Boanl of L'nit'-d St^ites General Appraisers. 1905 ^ 

ciieNipeake and Delaware Canal Commission, 1906-7 ■ 

(ornniission to Revise and Codify the Laws of the United States, Vols. 1 and 2., 



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258 



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194 



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250 
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250 
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250 
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1.25 
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516.00 
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No. 15. — Statement of binding done for Senators, Representatives, and Delegates under 
the provisions of section 99^ act of January 12j 1895, as amended by paragraph 9, act 
of March 1, 1907, for the fiscal year ending June SO, 1907 — Continued. 



Title. 



Report of the— 

Commission to Revise and Compile the Laws of Porto Rico, 1901 

Conmiisaion to the Five Civilired Tribes, 1894-1906 

Committee on— 

Corporations, 1904 

Foreign Relations, 1789-1901 

Immigration, 1905-6 

Indian AfTairs, 1906-7 

Insular Affairs, 1905-6 

Interstate Commerce, 1905 

Naval Affairs, 1906-7 

Navigation, 1905 

Patents, 1906 

Pensions, 1906 

Committee to Investigate the Government Hospital for the Insane. 1906 

Deep Waterways Commission, 1905-6 

Engineers, District of Columbia, 1882 

Interstate Commerce Commission, 1885-1904, 1906 

Isthmian Canal Commission, 1899-1901, 1904-5 

Judge-Advocate-(ieneral. United States Army, 1877-1906 

Merchant Marine Commission, 1904-1906 

Mexican and United States Boundary Conmiission 

Officers of the United States Army, 1905-6 

Pacific Railroad Commission, 1887 

Panama Railroad Commission, 1900-1904 

Philippine Conunission 

Postal Conmiission, 188^-9 

Postal Commission Authorized by Congress to Make Inquiry Regarding 

Second-Class Mail Matter, 1906-7 

Public Lands Commission, 1904 

Select Conunittee on Inmiigration, 1891 

Select Committee on Indian Territory, 1907 

Senate Conmiittee on Interoceanic Canals, 1901 

Silver Commission, 1876 

Trade Conditions in Argentina, Paraguay, and Uruguay, 1906 

United States Commissioner to the Paris Exposition. 1889 

United States Supreme Court 

Report on- 
Banking and Currency, 1905 

Block Signal System, 1906-7 

Conduct of WiUiam 1. Beale, 1907 

Cotton Industry of the United States, 1904 

Economic Questions in English and Dutch Colonies in the Orient 

Exhibits of the United States at the Pan-American Exposition, 1901 

Grain trade 

Improvements of Alabama Rivers and Harbors, 1895 

Indians Taxed and Indians Not Taxed. 1890 

Inspection of the United States Consulates in the Orient. 1906 

Legal Education, 1893 

Medical and Sanitary Features of the Russo-Japanese War 

Nicaragua Canal, 1895 

Panama Canal, 1894, 1902, 1906. 



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195 
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1 
1 
1 
2 
2 

1 

17 
1 
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1 
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1 
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7 
1 

15 

1 

15 



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1.26 

22.50 

3,76 

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1.26 

1.26 

2.50 

2.50 

1.25 

35.00 

35.00 

4.00 

1.26 

48.76 

806.75 

1.26 

35.00 

1.25 

3.76 

1.25 

3.76 

6.26 

3.76 

25.00 
243.76 
1.26 
2.50 
1.26 
1.25 
1.25 
2.50 
2.50 

1.25 

21.25 

1.25 

2.50 

1.25 

1.20 

2.55 

1.20 

2.05 

8.75 

1.25 

18.75 

1.25 

18.75 



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REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 



No. 15. — Statement of binding done for Senators, Representatives , and Delegates under 
the provisions of section 99, act of January 12 y 1895, as amended by paragraph 9, act 
of March i, 1907, for the fiscal year ended June 30,1907 — Continued. 



Title. 



•Report on— 

Population and Deaths in Panama, 1883-1906 

Reciprocity and Commercial Tivatioa, 1896 

River and Harbor Bill. 1907 , 

Treasury Vaults, First Session Filty-third Congress 

Reports and Hearings on Appropriation Bills. 1907 

Reports from Consular Officers, 1902 

Reports Made by Hon. Soreno E. Pa>Tie. Fifty-first to Fifty-eighth Congress, 

inclusive 

Reports Made by the Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Houm of 

Repn^sentati ves. Fifty-ninth Congress , 

Reports Made by the Committer on Naval Affairs, Fifty-sixth to Fifty-eighth Con- 
gress, inclusive 

Reports of Military Operations in South Africa and Cuba, 1901 

Reports of tho Forest Service , 

Reports of the S^'lect Committee on Pensions. S* cond Session Fifty-ninth Congress. 

Reports on the Canal Zone. 1904-1906 : 

Republican T«'Xt-Book. 1906 i 

Republic of i'anama, 1903-4 

Reservoir Sites in Wyoming and Colorado 

Restoration of the White Hous*», 1903 

Revenue Act. 1898 

Revonu*' for th»^ Philippine Islands. 1906 • 

Review of the World's Commerce, 1900 

Revised Statutes 

Rivers and Harbors Appropriation Act. 1899, 1901. 1907 

Roads and Road Building, 1904 

R6ntg<'n Kays 

Rostr-r of Militia. 1907 

Ruh's and G«'n«'ri»l Orders of the Land Office 

Rules and Hogiilations Governing the — 

Department of Commerce and Labor. 1907 ^ 

D*"part riient of the Interior, 1907 

Di'partmoiit of Justiw, 1907 

Department of State, 1907 

Rul«'.H and Regulations of th*» Steamboat-Inspection Service, 1906 

Rules for a Dictionary Catalogue ■ 

Rules of I'raeti<'e in the— 

Department of Justice 

Supreme Court of the United States, 1884, 1906 

United States Patent Office, 1905 

House of Representatives. Second Session Fifty-ninth Congress 

Rural Free Delivery. V.m 

Safety Applianoe Acts | 

Salmon Flslieries, ('olumbia River Basin. 1884 ; 

Salton Suit, 11W7 '. 

San Fnin<i.«»40 Earthquake. 1906 

San Fram-isco Forest Re.servc, 1906 

8<^hediile f.f Certified Claims, KJTXi 

8<;hool Gardens in EumfK? 

Schools of the Dist riet of Columbia. H*06 , 

S'-hley Court of Inquiry, Testimony in, lf«)l i 



Num- 
ber of 
copies. 


Cost. 


1 


11.25 


1 


1.25 


4 . 


5.00 


1 


1.25 


11 1 


13.75 


1 


1.25 



42 



1.25 



52.50 



1 1 


1.25 


1 


1.25 


1 


1.^ 


18 


22.50 


6 


7.50 


3 


3.75 




1.25 




1.25 




14.00 




5.00 




1.25 




LS 


14 


28.00 




5.00 




^50 




&00 




1.25 




1.25 


6 


0.25 


3 1 


3.75 


1 


1.25 


4 


5.00 


1 


1.25 


1 


1.25 


3 


3. 75 


7 


8.7ft 


10 


1110 


2 

1 


IflO 


1 : 


1.2S 


1 


1.2S 


1 


100 


li 


L2S 


3 ; 


3.7ft 


1 


L2S 


1 


100 


1 


1.3S 


1 


L3ft 


e 


7.fl0 



BEPOBT OP THE PUBLIC PBINTEB. 



151 



No. 15. — Statement of binding done for SenatorSy Representatives j and Delegates under 
the provisions of section 99, act of January if, 1895^ as amended by paragraph 9, act 
of March i, 1907 y for the fiscal year ended June S0\ 1907 — Continued. 



Title. 



Seal and Salmon Fisheries of Alaska 

Seal Life in the Rookeries, 1803-1896 

Secretary Root's Speeches in South America, 1906 

Select List of References in the Library of Congress 

Senate and House Bills and Laws of the Fifty-ninth Congress 

Senate and House Documents on the Panama Canal, Fifty-seventh and Fifty- 
eighth Congresses 

Senate Bill 6362 

Senate Document No. 402, Second Session Fifty-ninth Congress 

Senate Documents from Dec. 3, 1906, to Feb. 1, 1907 

Senate Documents on Railroads, First Session Fifty-ninth Congress, Vols. 1-3 

Senate Election Cases, 1789-1903 

Senate Journals, 1906-7 

Senate Manuals. 1905-6 

Sewerage in the District of Columbia, 1804 

Sheep Husbandry 

Sheep Industry of the United States 

Shorthand Instructions and Practice 

Siouan Cults 

Sketch of A rt in China, 1902 

Small Arms Firing Regulations, 1906 

Smoot Inquiry, Proceedings before Senate Committee on Privileges and Elections, 
Vols. 1-3 

Soils, Field Operations, Division of, 1897-1904 

Soil Survey of Long Island, 1903 

Soldiers' Handbook, United States Army, 1906 

Spanish-American War Notes 

Special Report on Labor Laws of the United States, 1904 

Special ReDort on Sheep Industry of the United States, 1892 

Special Reports on Mortality Statistics, 1900-1904 

Speeches by Mr. Spooner, 1898-1907 

Speeches made by Hon. J. Warren Keifer, 1906. 

Speeches of Hon. George F. Hoar, 187^1903 

Speeches of Hon. J. B. Foraker, 1903-1906 

Speeches of the Fifty-seventh, Fifty-eighth, and Fifty-ninth Congresses 

Speeches of First Session Fifty-ninth Congress, Vole. 1-10 

Speeches on Railway Rate Bill, 1906-6 

Speeches on Reed Smoot In the 1 'nlted States Senate 

Speeches on the Tariff, Fifty-ninth Congress 

Standard Dictionary of the English Language 

Standing Rules of the Senate, 1898-1903 

State Engineer and His Relation to Irrigation, 1906 (Teele) 

State of Kansas v. Colorado, Opinion of the United States Supreme Court 

State of Louisiana v. State of Mississippi, 1905 

Statistical Abstract, 1903-1906 

Statistical Atlas of the Twelfth Census 

Statistics of Railways of the United States, 1888-1903, 1905 

Statues, Addresses on 

Statutes at Large 

Statutes at Large of the Confederate States of America, 1861-1864 

Statutes Relating to Patents, 1898 

Story of the Declaration of Independence, The, 1904 



Num- 
ber of 
copies. 


Cost. 


13 


116.26 


1 


1.26 


6 


7.60 


1 


2.25 


6 

1 


16.60 


12 


15.00 


1 


2.00 


75 


262.50 


4 


6.00 


9 


11.26 


11 


13.76 


10 


64.60 


240 


30L00 


3 


3.76 


2 


2.60 




8.75 




1.25 




2.00 




1.26 




L26 


07 


120.00 


61 


63.75 


1 


1.26 




L26 




n.26 




L26 




L26 




2.00 




3.75 




L25 




1.25 




L25 


52 


65.00 


10 


12.60 


182 


232.76 


9 


1L25 


3 


3.75 


2 


7.00 


1 


1.25 


1 


1.25 


1 


1.26 


1 


1.25 


438 


547.50 


2 


4.00 


19 


23.76 


45 


67.50 


120 


240.00 


1 


1.25 


1 


L25 


2 


4.00 



152 



REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 



No. 15. — Statement of binding done for JSenatorSj RepresentaiiveSj and Delegates under 
the provisions of section 99, act of January It, 1895, as amended by paragraph 9, act 
of March 1, 1907, for the fiscal year ended June 50, 1907 — Continued. 



Title. 



Num- 
ber of 
copies. 



Cost. 



Study of History in American Colleges and Universities 

Sugar 1 ndust ry , 1900 

Sundry Bills, Documents, and Reports on Affairs in the Indian Territory 

Sundrj' Documents on Meat Inspection, 190G 

Sundry Documents on Railway Rate Legislation, 1906 

Sundry Documents, Reports, and Speeches, First Session Fifty-ninth Congress ... 

Supplemental Estimates of Appropriations, 1907-8 

Supplement to Revised Statutes 

Supremo Court Decisions in the Case of the Union Pacific. Central Pacific, and 

Western Pacific Railroads v. The United States 

Survey Bulletins of the Gn'at Lakes 

Survey of the Chicago and St. Louis Canal, 1900-1905 

Survey of the Chicago River, 1867 

Survey of the Savannah River Above Augusta, 1890 

Surveys and Estimates of the Mississippi River (H. Doc. 263) 

Swaync Impeachment Trial Proceedings, 1904-5 

Tabic of Distances. 1906 

Taft's Statement on the Panama Canal, 1906 

Tariff Acts, 1789-1897 

Tariff Conmiission. 1890-1897 

Tariff Comparisons. 1884 

Tariff Hearings. IKsO, 1890-1897 

Tariff of - 

Am«"riea 

Asia, Africa . Australia, and Polynesia 



Chile and Niea ragiia i 

EiiroiK* '. j 

Tax .\ss4'ssinpnt of the District of Columbia, 1892 

Taxation of lnh«'ritan<-«'s and Incomes, 1907 

T<'l<'phon<'S and Telegraphs 

Tertiary Insi'Cts of North America 

Testimony l»efore thr Interstate Commerce Commission on Car Shortage, 1907.... 

Testimony H«-lative to the (Jrain Trade, 1906 

Test of M^'tals. 1x97-1905 

T»'xas Claims for Frontier Prot^Krtion. 1855-1860 

Thomas J»'ff»-rson and University of Virginia 

Topograi)hical Map of (.'onniTtieut. New J*^rs<'y, and Rhode Island 

Topographir-al .Sh(>ets of California 

Trade Conditions. 190»i 

Trade and Transportation in the Unite<l States and Spanish .\merica 

Trade with (biiia. HW \ 

Tntnslations: The Penal Code, the Civil Code, and Laws of Criminal Procednrefor | 
Cuba. Porto Rico, and Philippine Islands I 

Transportat ion < »f I 'etrolenm. 1906 

Treaties and ("<»nventions. 1776-18S7 

Treaties in Fone. 1 ><*»'.*, 178^1904 

Treaty Laws. Regulations, and Faits Concerning .Vdmission of Chinese, 1905 

Treaty (»f Pea-e with Spain, 1*<98 

Triassic ('«'phalop(».l (lenera of AmerKa 

Trust F.a ws. ls^7-li«6 

'''ulien-ulosls in Penal Institutions. P.<0.j 

relf t h < 'ensu s Report 8 



1 
1 
2 
1 
2 
8 
2 
16 

1 
1 

14 
1 
1 
5 
199 
2 
7 

20 
3 
2 
7 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
2 
1 

17 
5 
217 
1 
2 
1 
4 
1 
1 
2 

S 
22 

2 
» 

1 

e 

IM 
1 

S 
IS 



IL25 
L25 
2.25 
L25 
2.50 

laoo 

2.50 
33L00 

L2S 
L50 

17.50 
L2S 
L2S 
6.25 
246.75 
3.00 
&75 

40LOO 
3.75 
ZSO 
&75 

L25 
1.25 
L3S 
L35 
L25 
3.00 
4.00 
XOO 

21.25 
«L35 
27L25 
L35 
250 
4.00 

16w00 
LIS 
1.25 
2.50 

3w75 

27.50 

2.S0 

73.75 

L2S 

7.50 

388.00 

L2S 

6.00 

30.60 



BEPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTEB. 



153 



No. 15. — Statement of binding done for Senators j Representatives^ and Delegates under 
the provisions of section 99 , act of January ii, 1895 , as amended by paragraph 9, act 
of March i, 7907, for the fiscal year ended June 30 ^ 1907 — Continued. 



Title. 



Num- 
ber of 
copies. 



Two Summers' Work in Pueblo Ruins , 

Typhoid Fever in Military Camps, 1898, 1904 , 

Underground Water Resources of Long Island 

United States Cookbook 

University, State of New York 

Venezuela Arbitration before The Hague Tribunal 

Venezuela Boundary Controversy, 1888 

Venezuela Claims Commission, Report of Robert Morris 

Voyage of the Wilmington up the Amazon River, 1899 

Water-Supply and Irrigation Papers 

Waterway Between Lockport, 111., and St. Louis, Mo., 1906 

Weather Bureau Reports, 1894-1905 

Weight of Second-Class Matter, 1907 

William and Mary College, Circular of Information , 

William N. Cromwell's Testimony Before the Committee on Interoceanic Canals, 



1906 



Wood Case, The, 1903 

Woodman's Handbook, 1902 

Wool and Manufactures of Wool, 1888 

Worcester's Dictionary 

Yearbook of the Department of Agriculture, 1843-1906. 

Year's Naval Progress, 1895 

YeUow Fever, 1878-79 

Yukon Region, Alaska 



Cost. 



1 


92.00 


406 


915.00 


70 


140.00 


2 


2.50 


1 


1.25 


219 


273.75 


1 


.25 


18 


22.50 


1 


1.25 


299 


373.25 


62 


77.50 


34 


68.00 


2 


2.25 


1 


L25 


5 


6.25 


11 


13.75 


4 


5.00 


2 


2.50 


1 


2.00 


396 


495.00 


1 


1.25 


A 


1.25 


1 


1.25 



18937— S. Doc. 5, 60-1 11 



154 



REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 



No. 16. — Statement of contracts made (by directum of the Joint Committee on Printing) 
for paper for the public printing and binding from March 1, 1907 , to February f9, 

1908. 



Name of contractor. 



Description of paper. 



Wei^t 
per Quantity. Price, 
leam. 



BOOK PBINTINO PAPEB— CLASS A. i 

PoumdM. Bmma. Per po mm i . 



Tileston & Holiingsworth Co., 
Boston. Mass. 

Claremont Paper Co.. Clare- 
mont. N. H. 

Bryant Paper Co., Kalamasoo, 
Mich. 

West Virginia Pulp and Paper 
Co.. New York, N. Y. 

Tileston & Holiingsworth Co., 
Boston, Mass. 

Carter, Rice & Co. (Corpora- 
tion), Boston. Mass. 

P. H. Glatfelter Co.. Spring- 
forge. Pa. 

Lewis Hopfenmaier. Washing- 
ton, D. C. 

Ticonderoga Pulp and Paper 
Co., New York, N. Y. 

Smith, Dixon Co., Baltimore, 
Md. 

The Jessup & Moore Paper Co., 
Philadelphia. Pa. 

West Virginia Pulp and Paper 
Co., New York, N. Y. 

New York and Pennsylvania 
Co., New York, N. Y. 

West Virginia Pulp and Paper 
Co., .New York, N. Y. 

The Bryant Paper Co., Kala- 
mazoo, Mich. || 

Carter, Rice & Co. (Corpora- 
tion), Boston, Mass. 

Lewis Hopfenmaier, Washing- 
ton, D. C. 

Ticonder<^^ Pulp and Paper 
Co., New York. N. Y. 

Smith, Dixon Co., Baltimore, 
Md. 

West Virginia Pulp and Paper 
Co.. New York, N. Y. 

New York and Pennsylvania 
Co.. New York, N. Y. 

West Virginia Pulp and Paper 
Co., New York. N. Y. 

New York and Pennsylvania 
Co., New York, N. Y. 

Wwt Virginia Pulp and Paper 
Co., New York, N. Y. 

New York and Pennsylvania 
Co., New York, N. Y. 



Machine finish* No. 1, 24 by 38 inches. 



.do. 
.do. 
.do 



Machine finish, No. 1. 24 by 38 inches 

(in 38 or 48 inch rolls). 
do 



.do. 

.do. 

.do. 

.do. 

.do. 

.do. 

.do. 

.do. 

.do. 

.do. 

.do. 

.do. 

.do. 

.do. 

.do. 

.do. 

.do 

.do 



48 
48 
48 

48 
48 
48 
48 
48 
48 
48 
48 
48 
48 
48 
48 
48 
48 
48 
48 



I 



5,000 

5,000 

5,000 

5,000 

5,000 

5.000 

6,000 

5,000 

5,000 

5,000 

5,000 

5,000 

5,000 

5,000 

5,000 

5,000 

5,000 

5,000 

5,000 



Machine finish, No. 1 , 24 by 38 inches 
(in 9§ or 19 inch rolls). 



48: 

I 


5,000 


48 


5,000 


«; 


5.000 


«t 


5,000 


1 

( 


5,000 


«' 


5,000 



iao36 

.037 

.037 

.087 

.035 

.0365 

.0366 

.0366 



BEPOBT OF THE PUBLIC PBINTEE. 



155 



No. 16<— Statement of contracts made {by direction of the Joint Committee on Printing) 
for paper for the public printing and binding from March i, 1907 y to February t9, 1908 — 
Continued. 



Name of contractor. 



Description of paper. 



BOOK PRINTING PAPER— CLASS A- 

continued. 

Bryant Paper Co., Kalamazoo, Machine finish, No. 1, 38 by 48 inches 

Mich. 
Lewis Hopfenmaier, Washing- do 

ton, D. C. 
Bryant Paper Co., Kalamazoo, j do 

Mich. 
Imperial Paper Mills, Kalama- I do , 

zoo, Mich. I 

Lewis Hopfenmaier, Washing- I Machine finish. No. 1, 38 inches in 



Weight 
per Quantity. 



ream. 



ton, D. C. 

West Virginia Pulp and Paper 
Co., New York, N. Y. 



Jessup 6i Moore Paper Co., 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
The Friend Paper Co., West 

Carroliton, Ohio. 
Tileston & Hollingsworth Co., 

Boston, Mass. 
The Friend Paper Co., West 

Carroliton, Ohio. 
Tileston & Hollingsworth Co., 

Boston, Mass. 
The Friend Paper Co., West 

Carroliton, Ohio. 
Kalamazoo Paper Co., Kala- 
mazoo, Mich. 

Do 

Do 

Bryant Paper Co., Kalamazoo, 

Mich. 
The Friend Paper Co., West 

Carroliton, Ohio. 
West Virginia Pulp and Paper 

Co., New York, N. Y. 
The Jessup ii Moore Paper Co., 

Philadelphia, Pa. 



Dobler & Mudge, Baltimore, 
Md. 

R. P. Andrews Paper Co., 
Washington, D. C. 



width. 

Machine finish, No. 1, 24 by 38 inches 
(in 7 or 14 inch rolls). 

BOOK PRINTING PAPER— CLASS B. 

Sized and supercalendered, 24 by 32 

inches. 
Sized and supercalendered, 32 by 48 

inches. 
Sized and supercalendered, 24 by 38 

Inches. 
Sized and supercalendered, 38 by 48 

inches. 
Sized and sui>ercalendered, 32 by 48 

inches. 
Sized and supercalendered, 29 by 43 

inches. 
Sized and supercalendered, 38 by 48 

inches. 

do 

do 

Sized and supercalendered, 22} by 

31§ inches. 
Sized and supercalendered, 22} by 

31} inches. 
Sized and supercalendered, 31} by 

45i inches. 
Sized and supercalendered, 38 inches 

in width. 

antique: machine-finish printing 

PAPER. 

Antique laid, machine finish, any 
size or weight, not exceeding 7& by 
40 inches. 

Antique laid, machine finish, deckle 
edge, any size or weight, not ex- 
ceeding 2G by 40 inches. 



Poundt.' Reams. 
96 ! 5,000 



Price. 



96 
96 
96 



5,000 
5,000 
5,000 



1,000 

Pounds. 
40 12,000 



Per pound. 
10.0355 

.0355 

.0355 

.0355 

.0355 

.038 



45 

90 

70 
140 
120 

80 

120 

120 
120 
42 i 

40 



Reams. 
6,000 

2,500 

2,500 

4,000 

500 ' 

1,000 

5,000 i 

I 

5,000 I 
5,000 I 
4,000 ' 

500 



80 10,000 



500 



200 



300 



.039 

.039 

.038 

.039 

.038 

.039 

.037 

.037 
.037 
.039 

.039 

.039 

.039 



.037 



098 



156 



REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTBB. 



No. 16. — Statement of contracts made (by direction of the Joint Committee on Printing) 
for paper for the public printing and binding from March i, 1907y to February £9, 1908— 
Continued. 



Name of contractor. 



Reading Paper Mills, Reading, 
Pa. 

Do 



The Whi taker Paper Co., Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio. 



American Writing Paper Co., 

Holyoke, Mass. 
Lee Paper Co., Vicksburg, Mich. 

American Writing Paper Co., 
Holyoke, Mass. 

Do 

Lee Paper Co., Vicksburg, Mich 

American Writing Paper Co., 
Holyoke, Mass. 

Do 

Do 



Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



Description of paper. 



I Weic^t 

per 

ream. 



ANTIQUE MACHINE-FINISH PRINTINO 

PAPER — continued. 

Antique wove, machine finish, of any j 
required size or weight, not ex- 
ceeding 26 by 40 inches. 

Wove, machine finish, 30i by 41 i 
inches. , 

Antique wove, deckle edge cover pa- ! 
per, any color, lOi by 28 inches. ' 

I 

WRITING PAPER— TUB-SIZED AND , 
LOFT DRIEP. ' 

! 

White double cap, 17 by 28 inches ' 



Pounds. 



Double cap (any color), 17 by 28 

inches. 
White demv. IC bv 21 inches 



Whit<? double demy, 21 by ?3. inches 
Double demy (any color), 21 by 32 

inches. 
White folio post, 17 by 22 inches 



Lee I'hihtCo., Vicksburg, Mich. 

R. V. Andrews Papt-r Co., 
Wa."<hinpton. 1). ('. 



West Virginia Pulp and Paper 
Co.. N»'W York, N. Y. 

R. P. Andrews PajXT Co.. 
Washingtini. I). C. 

Lewis Hopfrnniaicr, Washing- 
ton. 1). C. 

R. P. .\ndrf'ws PajMT ('(».. 
Washington, D. C. 



120 
32 




Blue folio post, 17 by 22 inches 

White double folio post, 22 by 34 ; 

inches. i 

Blue double folio post, 22 by 34 inches . . . . 

\Miite medium, 18 by 23 inches 

Blue medium, 18 by 23 inches ' 

White royal, 19 by 24 inches , 

Blu«* royal, 19 by 24 inches 

White superroyal. 20 by 28 inches 

Blue superroyal, 20 by 28 inches 

White imperial. 2:J by 31 inches 

Blue imperial, 23 by 31 inches 

Writing paper, white, 28 inches in 

width. 
Writing paper, colored, 28 inches in l 

width. I 

Ci olden envelope paper, 19 by 24 i 

inches. j 

WRITIXG PAPER -MACHINE DRIED, i 

SUPER! ALK.VDERED. , 

I 

White doul)le cap, 17 by 28 inches, l 

in 17-inch rolls of 2.V) pounrls each, j 

...do I 

White (buible demy. 21 by .'{2 inches, ' 

in 21-inch rolls of .{00 pounds each. 
do 



28 



32 
36 
25 
34 



Quantity. Price. 



Reams. Per pound, 

100 iao5 



150 



25 



100 



200 



100 



3,800 
6,000 
4,000 
2,300 



065 



145 



1,000 


.06 


4,000 


.068 


2,500 


.06 


4,000 


.06 


2,000 


.OOB 



06 



100 


.067 


3,000 


.06 


100 


.067 


1,000 


.06 


100 


.067 


1,000 


.06 


^100 


.067 


600 


.06 


100 


.067 


500 


.06 


100 


.067 


5,000 


.06 



07 



10 



Ofi 
Ofi 



.014 



REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 



157 



No. 16. — Statement of contracts made (by direction of the Joint Committee on Printing) 
, for paper for the public printing and binding from March 7, 1907 y to February 29, 1908 — 
Continued. 



Name of contractor. 




West Virginia Pulp and Paper 
Co., New York, N. Y. 

R. P. Andrews Paper Co., 
Washington, D. C. 

Imperial Paper Mills, Kalama- 
zoo, Mich. 

R. P. Andrews Paper Co., 
Washington, D. C. 

Lewis Hopfenmaier, Washing- 
ton, D. C. 



R. P. Andrews Pai)er Co., 
Washington, D. C. 
Do 



Valley Paper Co., Holyoke, 
Mass. 



Carter, Rice & Co. (Corpora- 
tion), Boston, Mass. 



The Whitaker Paper Co., Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio. 

Bryant Paper Co., Kalamazoo, 
Mich. 

American Writing Paper Co., 
Holyoke, Mass. 



Weight 

per Quantity, 
ream. 



R. P. Andrews Paper Co., 
Washington, D. C. 



Do. 



The Diem & Wing Paper Co., 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 



WRITING PAPER— MACHINE DRIED, 

supERCALENDERED— continued. ' poan^ 

White double demy, 21 by 23 inches, I 40 
in 21-inch rolls of 300 pounds each, i 
do ' 60 



White, 23 by 32 lnches,in 23-inch rolls 
of 300 pounds each. 

White, 23 by 3^1nches, In 23-inch rolls 
of 300 pounds each. 

White, any required size, to be not 
less than on a basis of 17 by 22 
Inches, 13 pounds or over 28 
pounds. In rolls from 17 to 27 
Inches wide, as ordered. 

COVER PAPER. 

Cover paper of any size, weight, or 

color, Sample A. 
Cover paper of any size, weight, or 

color. Sample B. 

PLATE PAPER. 

Plate paper (first class) of any size, 
weight, or tint. 

MAP PAPER. 

Map paper of any size and weight 
not exceeding 37 by 62 inches. 

SUPERHNE COATED BOOK PAPER AND 
HALF-TONE WRITING PAPER. 

Superfine double-coated book paper 

of any size, weight, or tint. 
Superfine single-coated book paper 

of any size, weight, or tint. 
Half-tone wove writing paper, any 

size, weight, or tint, not to exceed 

24 by 38 inches. 

MANILA PAPER. 

Manila paper of any required size or 
weight, flat or in rolls, not exceed- 
ing 48 inches. 

Rope manila paper of any required 
size or weight, flat or in rolls, not 
exceeding 48 inches. 

Pure bleached manila, 24 by .38 inches. 



145 



Reams. 
1,600 

2,400 



27 3,000 

52 I 200 

1,000 



Price. 



Per pound, 
10.044 

.048 

.049 

.044 

.049 



2,000 
1,000 



! Pounds. 
1,000 



125,000 



Reams. 
6,000 



2,600 



200 



.038 
.047 



.16 



.12 



600,000 


.wa& 


100,000 


.044 


6,000 


.10 



0326 



.056 



.046 



158 



REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 



No. 16. — Stalement of contracts made {by direction of the Joint Committee on Printing) 
for paper for the public printing and binding from March 1, 1907, to Februanft9, 190& — 
Continued. 



Name of contractor. 



Description of paper. 



, Wel^ti 

per I Quantity, 
ream. 



Pfiee. 



R. P. Andrews Paper Co., 
Washington D. C. 

The Whitaker Paper Co., Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio. 



BOND PAPEB^-OLAZED OR UNOLAZED. 

P(mnd9. Powndt. Per p ow md . 
Bond paper of any color, size, or 400,000 f0ill3 

wei^^t, not exceeding 37 by 82 j 

inches. 
Glazed bond paper, any color, size 4,000 < . 114 

or thickness, not exceeding 28 ! ! 

inches in width. i 



The Whitaker Paper Co., Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio. 
Do 



ABTIFICIAL PABCHlfENT AND PARCH- 
MENT DEED. 

Artificial parchment of any size or 

weight. 
Parchment deed of any size or weight . 



Do. 



Piated bullet patch (or onion skin), 
14 by 17, 16 by 21 , 17 by 22, and 19 by 
24 inches, on basis of 16 by 21 inches. 

CARDBOARD. 



6,000 

1,000 
Skeete. 
20,000 



Heavy railroad board, 22 by 28 
inches. 



Bryant Paper Co., Kalamazoo, 
Mich. 

Imperial Paper Mills, Kalama- i White china board, 22 by 28 inches. ., 
zoo, Mich. I 

Brjrant Paper Co., Kalamazoo, ! Colored cardboard, 22 by 28 inches . . J 
Mich. ■ 

Carter, Rice & Co. (Corpora- 
tion), Boston, Mass. 



280 
210 
210 



Geo. W. Wheelwright Paper 

Co., Boston, Mass. 
No bids received 



Manila cardboard of any size or 
weight. 



SUPERFINE BRISTOL BOARD. 



15,000 
36,000 
30,000 
76,000 



600,000 



The Suffolk Distributing Co., 
New York, N. Y. 



Carter. Rice & Co. (Corpora- 
tion), Boston, Mass. 



FhUlp Lindenieyr, Baltimore, 
Md. 



Camw Manufacturing Co., 
'^Njth llmlU^y Falls, Mass. 



White bristol board, No. 1, of any ' 

size or weight. 

Bristol board of any size, weight, or \ 100,000 ' . 

color. I 

Index bristol board, 22^ by 28A 30,000 

inches, 140 to 230 x>ounds, any re- 
quired color. 

COLORED BRISTOL BOARD. 

Bristol board, any ttize, wight, or 3,000,000 

color, flat or In rolls, not exceeding 
28 inches. 

MANILA TAG BOARD. ; 

Manila tag board, any size or weight 000,000 • 

flat or in. rolls, not exceeding 28 ' 

inches. 

riRST-CLASS LEDGER PAPER. 

White or blue cap, 14 by 17 inches 



White or blue double cap, 17 by 28 

inches. 
White or blue demy, 16 by 21 inches. . 



100 
3,000 
2,000 



I 



.13 
.13 
.30 



.038 
.030 
.030 
.06 



U 



.0876 



.16 
.11 



REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 



159 



No. 16. — Statement of contracts made (by direction of the Joint Committee on Printing) 
for paper for the public printing and binding from March i, 1907 y to February 29 y 1908 — 
Continued. 



Name of contractor. 



Carew Manafacturing Co., 
South Hadley Falls, Mass. 

Do 

Do 



Do. 



The Whitaker Paper Co., Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio. 
Do 



Do. 



Carew Manufacturing Co., 
South Hadley Falls, Mass. 

The Whitaker Paper Co., Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio. 

R. P. Andrews Paper Co., 

Washington, D. C. 
Carew Manufacturing Co., 

South Hadley Falls, Mass. 



Description of paper. 



Weight 
per I Quantity, 
ream. 



Do. 



R. P. Andrews Paper Co., 
Washington, D. C. 



American Writing Paper Co., 
Holyoke, Mass. 
Do 



FIK8T-CLA88 LEDOBB PAPER— cont'd. 

White or blue double demy, 21 by 32 
inches. 

White or blue medium,18 by 23 inches 

White or blue double medium, 23 by 
36 inches. 

White or blue royal, 19 by 24 inches. . 

White or blue double royal, 24 by 38 
inches. 

White or blue superroyal, 20 by 28 
inches. 

^hite or blue imperial, 23 by 31 
inches. 

White or blue ledger paper, any re- 
quired size, not exceeding 28 inches 
in width. 

Any color (except white, blue, or 
red), any required size, not ex- 
ceeding 28 inches in width. 

Red, any required size, not exceed- 
ing 28 inches in width. 

White or blue, wove, 21 by 32^ inches 
of any weight not less than 85 nor 
more than 132 pounds. 

Any color (except white, blue, or 
red) ,21 by 32^ inches, of any weight 
not less than 85 nor more than 132 
pounds. 

Red, 21 by 32^ inches, of any weight 
not less than 85 nor more than 132 
pounds. 

SECOND-CLASS LEDGER PAPER. 

White or blue cap, 14 by 17 Inches 



Pounds. 



White or blue double cap, 17 lyy 28 

inches. 

Do White or blue demy, 16 by 21 inches. . 

Do White or blue double demy, 21 by 32 

inches. 
Do ' White or blue medium, 18 by 23 

inches. 



Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 



White or blue double medium, 23 by 
36 inches. 

White or blue royal, 19 by 24 inches. . 

White or blue superroyal, 20 by 28 
inches. 

White or blue ledger paper, any re- 
quired size, not exceeding 28 inches 
in width. 



Reams. 
1,500 

500 
400 

600 
200 

500 

50 

250 

200 

20 
700 

200 



Price. 



20 



Per pound. 
10.16 

.16 
.16 

.16 
.166 

.166 

.166 

.166 

.166 

.30 
.166 

.18 



800 



.30 



100 


.106 


2,000 


.106 


1,000 


.106 


2,500 


.106 


800 


.106 


800 


.106 


100 


.106 


400 


.106 



.106 



]«() 



REPORT OF THE PI'BLIC PRIXTEB. 



No. 16. — Statement of coTitracts made ^hy direction of the JoirU Committee on Printing) 
for paper for the public printing and binding from March 1, 1907, to Febfruary t9, 190^ — 
Continued. 



Name of contractor. 



Deicription of paper. 



Wdght 
per ' Qoantity. Price. 



I 



TISSUE PAPEK. 

Pound9. ! Beams. Per ream, 

Kfilamazoo f'aper Co., K&la- S. & C. tisnue paper, 23 by 32 inches. 24 

mar^oo, Mich. 
R. P. Andfws Paper Co., Yellow tissue paper, 18 by 23 inches, 

Washlnjfton, D. C. in reams of 480 sheets, cased. 

K. CArtf'T Ballantyne, Wash- Yellow tissue paper, 20 by 30 inches, 

infi^n, I). C. in reams of 480 sheets, cased. 



BLOTTING PAPER. 

CatU'T, HUr*' Ac Co. (Corpo- Blotting paper, 19 by 24 inches, 
ration;, Donton, Mass. 



MARBLE, COMB, AND LINING PAPER. 

Corn«-llij« Kabli'fi, Sow York, Marble paper, German medium, 20 

N . V by 25 inches (6 patterns) . 

l/ZiiiJii I;«jonK«'«V C().,Nc'w York, Marble paper, German spot, medi- 

N V um, 20 by 25 inches. 

CoriM'llii>* Kiilili-n, N<'W York, Marble paper, German spot, double 



N V 

Ifn 
t)n 
Do 

Dm 

Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 



l( I' Aii.lnww l'»HK>r C «, 

Joltit A lhi>luiit(> ( o . Itiiltl- 
lUOIr. Mil 

H I' Viiitii vs s I'iijH'r Co . 
Do 
Do 



cap, 19 by 30 inches. 
Marble paper, German antique, 20 

by 25 inches (3 patterns). 
Marble paper, red antique, 20 by 25 

inches. 
Marble paper, blue, 20 by 25 inches 
Marble paper, red, 20 by 25 inches 
Marble paper, red, 22 by 28 inches. . .1 
Marble paper, brown, 22 by 28 Inches. | 
Conil) paper, best German, 20 by 25 j 

inches. I 

Comb paper, best German, 22 by 28 

liiclies. i 

Lining pa|)er, lithographed, 22 by 28 

liM'lioN (2 pattorns). i 

Lining paixT. gold vein, lithographed 

'Jtl by 2.'» inches (5 imtterns). 

TM'KWRITKR PAPER. 

ll»'av> tyiH« writer paper, cn»ara laid, 

Hi l>y '2i\ inches. 
Tlnn tyiH'writor paper, cn>am laid, 

l«> by Jti inehe.". 
\\tuk\ \ t> iH'writor iv»ix'r.cn^anilaid. 

In l»> 2\ Inrhojt. 
riun t\|»«»\»nter |v«ivr. on^am laid. 

b> l»\ Jl inrhos 
i'r««nu l.uii. ttll liih»n. demy |v»|w»r. 

1 1 b\ -M uuh»> 



100 



1,000 
350 
100 



20 



IL20 
2.2S 
2.00 



4.70 



15 


5.40 


10 


3.00 


' 50 

1 


3.20 


15 


5.90 


5 


5.90 


10 


5.50 


15 


5.50 


20 


7.10 


* 


7.10 


100 

1 


5.45 


100 


&15 


15 


&75 


25 


12.00 



22 


25 


284 


11 


1 
25 


ZM 


22 


500 


180 


8 


50 


100 


18 


50 


Z% 



REl'ORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 



161 



No. 16. — Statement of contracts made {by direction of the Joint Committee on Printing) 
for paper for the public printing and binding from March 1, 1907 ^ to February 29 ^ 1908 — 
Continued. 



Name of contractor. 



Description ol paper. 



Weight I I 

per I Quantity. Price, 
ream. 



R. P. Andrews Paper Co., 
Washington, D. C. 
Do 



Dobler & Madge, Baltimore, 

Md. 
R. P. Andrews Paper Co., 

Washington, D. C. 
Do 

Dobler & Mudge, Baltimore, 
Md. 
Do 



Do. 
Do. 



Bryant Paper Co., Kalamazoo, 
Mich. 

Cornelius Kahicn, New York, 
N. Y. 



LETTER, NOTE, AND QUARTO POST ! 

^^^^*- Pounds} Reams. 

letter paper, cream laid, 21 by 32 , 48 100 

inches. 
Letter paper, white laid, 21 by 32 

inches. ! 

Packet note paper, cream laid, 9 by 

11^ inches. 
Packet note paper, white laid, 9 by • 

11 inches. i 

Quarto post paper, white laid, 9} by 

15^ inches. 
Linen-finish letter paper, 22 by 34 

inches. 
Woven linen paper, Lakewood size, . . , 

unruled. 
Woven linen paper, Lome size, un- ... 

ruled. 
Woven linen paper, commercial size, . . , 

unruled. j 



PAPER FOR OVERLAYING. 

White French folio, 17 by 22 inches. 

PARCHMENT. 

Pjirchmcnt, 15 by 21 inches 



48 
7 
7 

12 
40 



10 



100 
10 

100 
50 
25 
50 
50 
50 



Per ream. 
$3.80 

3.80 

1.40 

.70 

L20 

6.79 

1.50 

1.25 

1.60 



100 i 



60 



Sheets. Per sheet. 
3,000 .30 



]♦>- 



-iHP'rfT" i-F ZHZ P^BLJ' FRiy 



—nuuaMCL 



• AWtr.-MLt. 






anff viMoeZ^oficDut 



taaii- 






JC 12.4&per|eToaK. 



;_ JIT— 






. .. jtifi*r. A U>. 



^^ 



V ;A.«:ixu^«kU; r V 



;♦.• 

.)^ v>«t-H(1 h»UlfctttVlH 



II I* ( 




iLrwi F*tfe-2 

aL an* 5Ai>er£ 

ALjEwei. 54u?rfc 

r roai Xoe . 1 ic; c Dizflc 



...QC. 
. ..QC. 

. ..ao. 
...dc. 

-.QC-. 



a-xagOL Noex 1 lo c Dixon.dc 

'Z^avem Nc.aOL I>ixart..Qc 

jftLpfC * l>ixor: > BesT ' do 

*^aaeuB- Jil Oiiit * I>ixac 5 B«t' ...do 

^•sBcisb dl. gTvex. * Bucac fr Bes: ' ..dc 

^-vboIk D'-JugoL iamcKT . Dixor.E .do 

^ ^ iBci fc Tvc or biuc inmber. Dixoe's. 

pvob 
>-«iKiK neJoigroL oinck Noe ixol. £a|rk ■ 

proas 
l-ynciifc rounc bi«ck Not I tc o £agk. 

>'<enei£^ biut ret: orgrveL Eagk:.groaE.. 

*VnciJB. SuD copying Eagk do 

iNninoidere. Ctowh. No. I Eagh:..dowesi.. 

l>Biiho4derB Crowi. No. 1 £agk do 

?\nihoideiTB Ctowh Nc.2 !Lagk do 

^vnhoidexis. Ho. 3110. Eagk grcME.. 

VtTiiioideTb No. 3411. £agie do... 

?'wniioldeT>. No. 4711: £agk do 

I'vutioidcTb No. 267. Fabers dozen.. 

INsuhoiderb No. 26B Fuber's do 

l>5nholtk*r6 No. 2flb Faber'R do. 

Ink t'ruatrr and paper cleaner Falier b. 

gT\»«b. 

Kutn ftoucii erasers. No. 111;. ?'Hl»er'b. 

gnxib 
l>ieik oniien. grosG . 

KnuKn>» rublter. Eagli. 12 tr> poimd. 

pouiidK. 
Uiittttm v\>)vt«t eraaivi;. DavidBon's. 

pomidK. 
Kublwrk. finishing, lor eleotratypen, 

gnuMi 
}'»)Kti taiitflUtTn>. McGili K. No. 1.1k)x of 100. 

}*a|»in TaaltumrR McC^il] ► So. 2 do — 

}*a)Mn iHJitmHmK. MrOill r. No. 3 do — 

T*a}*nT tumniHTriw lloGili'6. No. 4 do 

J'tt|M\i nlij»». l.im'kh No. 2. Farmer's. 
Intl ill KNk 



. bf.x of 100. 



f 

ۥ t^Al per gross. 

1 ti.41 per gross. 

32 SS.«> per gross. 

32 Sl.73 per gross. 

« S2.94 per gross. 

( $o.7.'> per gross. 

12 Sd.TT* per gross. 

(• %ifS7i' per J 

4 

12 a&JPperj 



32 S2.fiOper 



32 CJH) per gross. 



If 

6 

a4 

34 

34 

*> 

•> 

^> 

2 
34 



t2.45 per gross. 
CJS per gross. 
n.S4 per dosen. 
tOJBTi per duaen. 
WbJSet per doaen. 
tL£ft per gross. 
tl.B58peri 



nJB6 per doaen. 



tt-sq 



34 

24 KLBC per Aosen. 

2 tl2.Mperi 



e GJ4per 



10 80.4B pv puuud. 



10 tLlO per pouDd. 



34 SLOB per box. 



1» 


KUI775 per box. 


so 


KUfOBperbox. 


30 


SU275perbox. 


50 


HUtfperbox. 



SO IBjOMperbox. 



BEPOBT OF THE PUBLIC PMNTEB. 



163 



No. 17. — Statement of corUncts made for stationery ^ fuel^ forage^ ice^ and miscellaneous 
items during the fiscal year ended June SOy 1907 — Continued. 



Name of contractor. 



R. P. Andrews Paper Co., 
Washington, D. C. 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Chas. Q. Stott, Washing- 
ton, D. C. 
R. Carter BaUantyne, 

Washington, D. C. 
W. L. Swayse, Washing- 
ton, D. C. 
E. L. Cottell (Incorpor- 
ated), New York, N.Y. 

Do 

Do 

(No bids received) 

R. (Tarter BaUantyne, 

Washington, D. C. 
Chas. Q. Stott & (3o., 
Washington. D. C. 
Do 



Description. 



Do, 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 



R . P . Andrews Paper Co., 
Washington, D. C. 
Do 



Arkay Rubber CJo., New 
York, N. Y. 

R . P . Andrews Paper Co., 
Washington, D. C. 

Arkay Rubber Co., New 
York, N. Y. 
Do 

The B. F. Goodrich Co.. 
New York. N. Y. 

R. P. Clarke Co., Wash- 
ington. D. C. 

R. Carter BaUantyne, 
Washington, D. C. 

R. P. Andrews Paper Co., 
Washington. D. C. 

R. P. Clarke Co., Wash- 
ington, D. C. 



STATiONKBT— continued. 
Paper clips, Qiant Niagara . . .box of 100. . 

Blotters, Moore's elastic dozen . . 

Ink, Underwood's Egyptian black. quarts. 

Ink, Underwood's chemical writing. do 

Ink, Underwood's carmine, in i>int 

bottles. 
Writing fluid, Arnold's quarts. . 

Writing fluid, Carter's do.... 

Ribbons, Remington, any color dozen. . 

• 

Ribbons, Hammond, any color do . . . . 

Ribbons, Underwood, any color do 

Blue Bulletin marking ink gallons. . 

Dennison's American Express sealing 

wax, pounds. 
Rubber bands No. 33, | inch Faber's, gross. 

Rubber bands, assorted sizes (Nos. 30, 31, 
32, and 33, H^cb* in each gross) , Faber's, 
gross. 

Rubber bands. No. 0, i-inch, Faber's, 
gross. 

Rubber bands, No. 0, H^^cht Faber's, 
gross. 

Rubber bands, No. 000, Hi^ch' Faber's, 
gross. 

Rubber bands. No. 17, Faber's gross. . 

Rubber bands, No. 10, Faber's do 

Rubber bands, No. 33, i-inch, Qoodyear's, 
gross. 

Rubber bands, assorted sizes (Nos. 30, 31, 
32, and 33, (-inch, in each gross), Qood- 
year's, gross. 

Rubber bands, No. 0, f-inch. gross. . 

Rubber bands, No. 0, Hi^ch, Qoodyear's, 

gross. 
Rubber bands. No. 000, i-ii^ch gross . . 

Rubber bands, No. 17 do 

Rubber bands. No. 10, Qoodrich. . .do 



Quantity, i Contract price. 



Steel pens, Oiiiott's, No. 303 . . 



.do. 



Steel pens, Oiiiott's, No. 404 do. . . : 

Steel pens, Spenoerian. Nos. 1,2, 3, or 24, 

gross. 
Steel pens, Esterbrook's, No. 048 . . .gross . . 



10 ; 10.005 per box. 

4 I 12.12 i)er dozen. 

24 i 10.43 per quart. 

24 I 10.65 per quart. 

24 10.78 per pint. 

I 

I 

72 10. 36 per quart. 

225 I 10. 35 per quart. 

I 
12 I 10.25 each. 

7 10.25 each. 
6 10.25 each. 

2 
40 10.26 per pound. 

450 10. 50 per gross. 

144 10.425 per gross. 



24 10.50 per gross. 



24 



36 



11.00 i)er gross. 



10.75 per gross. 



1,600 { 10.1875 per gross. 

72 : 10.095 per gross. 

460 10.29 i)er gross. 

144 10.21 per gross. 



24 10.34 per gross. 

24 10.63 per gross. 

36 10.50 per gross. 

1,500 10.12 per gross. 

36 S0.065 per gross. 

I 

12 S0.70 per gross. 

6 S0.38 per gross. 

75 S0.65 per gross. 

50 S0.345 per gross. 



164 



REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 



No. 17. — Statement of contracts made for stationery, fuel, forage, ice, and miscellaneom 
items during the fiscal year ended June SO, 1907 — Continued. 



Name of contractor. 



R. P. Clarke Co., Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

Do - 

Do 

Do 

R. P. Andrews Paper Co., 
Washington, D. C. 
Do 



Do. 



Do. 



R. Carter Ballantyne, 
Washington, D. C. 

R. P. Clarke Co., Wash- 
ington, D. C, 
Do 

R. P. Andrews Paper Co., 
Washington. D. C. 

R. Carter Ballantyne, 
Washington, D. C. 

R. P. Andrews Paper Co., 
Washington. D. C. 
Do 

W, L. Sway 7^, Washing- 
ton, D. C. 

R. P. Andrews PaperCo., 
Washington, D. C. 

R. P. Clarke Co., Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

W. L. Swayze, Washing- 
ton, D. C. 

R, P. Andrews PaperCo., 
Washington, D. C. 

R. P. Clarke Co., Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

B. Carter Baliantyne, 
Washington, D. C. 
Do 

Woodward 6c Lothrop, 
Washington, D. C. 

R. P. Andrews PaperCo., 
Washington, D. C. 

B. P. Clarke Co.. Wash- 
ington. D. C. 

Fred A. Schmidt, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

Chas. G. Stott <k Co., 
Washington, D. C. 

R. P. Andrews Paper 
Co., Washington, D. C. 



Description. 

STATIONERY— continued . 
Steel pens, Esterbrook's, No. 2 gross. . 

Steel pens, Esterbrook's, No. 183... do.... 

Steel i)ens, Esterbrook's, No. 284 . ..do 

Steel pens, Esterbrook's, No. 314. . .do 

Steel pens, Esterbrook's, No. 312 . . .do 

Steel pens, Eagle Pencil Co.'s, No. E 10, 

gross. 
Steel pens, Eagle Pencil Co.'s, No. E 170, 

gross. 
Steel pens, Eagle Pencil Co.'s, No. E 190, 

gross. 
Steel pens, Lyon's, No. 5, stub gross., 

Steel pens, Lyon's, No. 5, ground point, 

gross. 
Steel pens. Miller Bros., No. 4, stub. gross. 
Tadella pens. No. 1 do. . . 

Pens. Dreka engrossing. No. 3 do. . . 

Inkstands, 2Hnch, square dozen. 

Inkstands, 2i-inch. round do. . . 

Inkstands, Davis automatic, 3-inch. do. .. 

Sponge cups, 3-inch diameter do. . . 

Mucilage reservoirs, empty. No. 6.. .do. . . 

Erasers, knife-blade, white handles. do... 

Rulers, boxwood, 15-inch do . . . 

Rulers, boxwood, 24-inch do... 

Shears. Seymour, 10-inch do . . . 

Shears, Seymour, bankers, 12-inch, slim, 

dozen. 
Waste baskets, 14-inch dozen. . 

Bone folders, large do 

Paper cutters, bone, 'Sitka," 9-lnch, 

dozen. 
Tracing linen, " Kohinoor," yard-wide, 

yards. 
Tracing linen, white vellum, Faber's, yards. 

Library paste, Sanford's, 8-ounce .dozen. . 



Qoantity. Contract price. 



6 10.345 per gross. 

6 10.435 per gross. 

6 10.435 per gross 

6 10.435 per gross. 

12 10.432 per gross. 

6 10.28 per gross. 

t 

I 

6 10.22 per gross. 

6 10.30 per gross. 

! 

36 10.67 per gross. 

t 
1 

6 10.65 per gross. 

6 10.45 per gross. 
12 10.67 per gross. 

12 10.54 per gross. 

3 10.71 per dozen. 

3 11.32 ppr dozen. 
3 110.96 per dozen. 

3 10.40 per dozen. 

I 
2 11.35 per dozen. 

6 $3.06 per dozen. 

2 12.85 per dozen. 

2 $6.30 per dozen. 



10 



40 



12 



96 



144 



$5.71 per dozen. 



$7.20 per doaan. 



$3 J7 per doseo. 



$0.80 per dozen. 
$2.10 per doaan. 
$0,246 per yard. 
$0.21 per yard. 



$2.25 per d( 



REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 



165 



No. 17. 



-Statement of contracts made for stationery, fuel, forage, ice, and miscellaneous 
items during the fiscal year ended June SO, 1907 — Continued. 



Name of contractor. 



Shoemaker & Busch, 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Do 

R. P. Andrews Paper 
Co., Washington, D. C. 

John P. Agnew & Co., 
Washington, D. C. 

Wm. J. Zeh & Co., Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

Columbia Ice Co., Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

Stewart 6i Co., Washing- 
ton, D. C. 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 



Description. 



Quantity.! Contract price. 



Rudolph & West Co., 
Washington, D. C. 

Do 

The W.O. Hickok Manu- 
facturing Co., Harris- 
buig. Pa. 
James B. Lambie Co. 
(Incorporated), Wash- 
ington, D. C. 
John B. Espey, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

Do 

Do 



Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



James B. Lambie Co. 
(Incorporated), Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

Do 

John B. Espey, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

Do 

Do 



STATIONEEY— continued. 
Liquid glue, Le Page's, in pints . . .dozen. . 

Liquid glue, Le Page's, in gallons. . .do — 
School crayons, standard white gross. . 

COAL. 

White ash, anthracite coal tons. . 

Georges Creek coal do — 

ICE. 

Manufactured ice pounds. . 

FORAGE. 

Oats pounds. . 

Com meal do — 

Bran (wheat) do — 

Com (in the ear) do — 

Hay do — 

Alfalfa '. — do — 

Straw (rye) do — 

Flaxseed meal do — 

HARDWARE. 

Spring dividers, 6-inch dozen . . 

Wing dividers, 10-inch do 

Bookbinders' hammers do ' 



Bookbinders' awls do. 



Shoe knives. No. 3, round point do 

Lance point knives,Richard's, No. 2. do 

Oil stones, coarse India, 7 by 2 by 1 inch, 

dozen. 
Sandstones, Sk by 1^ by 1^ inches. pounds. .' 
Shovels, scoop, Ames's, No. 3 dozen. .' 

I 

Wrenches, 6-inch, Coe's do 

Wrffliches, 8-inch, Coe's do i 

Wrenches, 10-inch, Coe's do ' 



Wrenches, 12-inch, Coe's do. 

Wrenches, 10-inch, Stillson do. 

Wrenches, 14-inch, Stillson do. 

Wrenches, 18-inch, Stillson do. 



6 S3.29 per dozen. 

2 $21.24 per dozen. 
36 $0.05 per gross. 



9,000 $6.72 per ton. 



26 $3.49 per ton. 



260,000 $0.19 per lOOipounds. 



90,000 I $1.28 per 100 pounds. 

3,000 $1.16 per 100 pounds. 
10,000 ' $0.99 per 100 pounds. 

1,000 I $0.90 per 100 pounds. 

76,000 $0.82 per 100 pounds. 

16, 000 $1.00 per 100 pounds. 

26, 000 $0.80 per 100 pounds. 

200 $4.00 per 100 pounds. 



6 $3.60 per dozen. 



$2.38 per dozen. 
6 I $6.60 per dozen. 



8 $3.60 per dozen. 



30 I $0.72 per dozen. 

4 $1.24 per dozen. 
10 ' $6.47 per dozen. 

400 $0,044 per pound. 
2 $10.74 per dozen. 
2 { $3.94 per dozen. 



2 
2 


$4.44 per dozen. 
$6.33 per dozen. 


1 

1 


$6.19 per dozen. 
$6.74 per dozen. 




$8.98 per dozen. 
$11.98 per dozen 



166 



REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRIKTER. 



No. 17. — StaiemerU of corUracU made for stationery, Jud, forage, ice, emd miweeUaneouM 
ilemt during thefitoal year ended June SO, 7d(?7— Oontiniied. 



NaakB of oontnctor. 



DeKziption. 



QfoaBOtf. Contnet piioa. 



JobR B. Espey, W&ali- 
ington, D.C 

Do 

Do 

JaiDiM B. Laznbie Co. 
(Incorporated; , Waidi- 
ington. D.C. 

Do 

Dot 

John B. Ewpej, Waidi- 
ingtoxL, D. C. 

Do 

Jadim B. Lainbie Co. 
(Incorporated;, Waidi- 
ington, D. C. 
Jotm B. Eapef, Waidi- 
Ington, D. C. 
' Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

JauLe« B. Lamble (k>. 
(Incorporated), Waih- 
ington, D. C. 
l>^uU ilartig, Waahing- 
Vjn, D. C. 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

John B. Kapej, Waablng- 
Urn, D. C, 

Do 

Jy/uia Ifartlg, Waalilug- 
Vm, D. <:. 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Jolm B. Kapey, Waaljing- 
Vtu, D. C. 

J)« 

Do... 



HASDWAKE— OOnttDOed. 

Chiada, Hndi, Buck'a doBen 

Chiada, l-iDdi, Buck'a do.. 

Chiaeia, HiMdi, BadCa do.. 

Hack-aaw bladea, 84iidL, atar groaa 

Hack-aaw Uadea, KMndi, atar do.. 

Hack-aaw Uadea, 124iicdit atar do.. 

Steel-wiiB brada, l-indi, No. 18. ..poanda 

Steel-wire brada, li-ta^f No. 16 do. . 

Steel-wire brada, {-inch, No. 17 do. . 

Steel-wire flnlwhmg naila, 4d kegs 

Steel-wire flntahing nails, 6d do. . 

Steel-wire finishing nails, 8d do . . 

Steel-wire flat-bead nails, 6d do.. 

Steel-wire flat-bead naila, 8d do. . 

Steel-wire flat-head naila, lOd do. . 

Steel-wire flat-head naila, 20d do. . 

Sted-wire flat-head nails, 30d do. . 

Steel-wire flat-bead naila, 40d do. . 

Steel cut nails, 8d do.. 

Files, taper saw, 6-inch, extra alim.dozeo 

Filea, taper aaw, 3-incb do. . 

Filea, Caper aaw, 3-incb, slim do 

Filea, taper saw, 3i-incb do 

Filea, taper aaw, 4-inch do 

Filea, taper saw, 4^incb do 

Files, taper aaw, 4i-inch, alim. do 

Filea, taijer aaw, 6-inch do 

Filea, taper aaw, 6-inch do 

Files, taper aaw, 8-inch do 

Filea, wanting, 3-inch do 

Filea, warding, 4-inch do 

Filaa, warding. 5-inch do 

Files, warding, G-inch do 

Files, warding, 8-inch do 

Files, hall-round, amooth, 8-inch. . .do 
Files, hall- round, amooth, 10-inch . . .do 
Files, luill-saw, 10-inch. do 

Files, mill-saw, 12-inch. do 

Files, flat, baatard. K-inch do 



6 


$1.79 per floMO. 


6 


$1.94 per docflo. 


6 


$2.17 per dozen. 


3 


$5.53 per groaa. 


2 


$$j96 per gross. 


6 


$8j96 per gross. 


ao 


$04MB per poand. 


ao 


$0,087 per poond. 


50 


$0i)6 per pound. 



■ • • 

• • • 

• • M 



200 $2.80 per k«g. 



300 $2.00 

000 $2J0 

400 $2J5 

600 $2.25 

1,000 $2.20 

200 $2.15 

200 $2.15 

200 $2.15 

400 $2.16 

6 $0.60 



per keg. 
per keg. 
per keg. 
per keg. 
per keg. 
per keg. 
per keg. 
per keg. 
perkag. 
per dozen. 



6 $0.40 per donn. 

6 $0^ per dozen. 

15 $0.40 per donn. 

12 $0.42 per dozen. 

8 $0w46 per dozen. 

8 $0.48 per dozen. 



3 $0^per 
8 OO^per 

$ $lJO$per 

3 $0.3Vper 

3 $0.76 p«r 

3 $0J6p«r 

4 > $OJ$p«r 
4 $l.2lp«r 
6 I $IJ70pflr 

•i 
»i 

3 • 
6 



tliWper 

$L42par 
iLQOper 



BEPOBT OF THE PUBLIC PBINTEB. 



No. n.—SUOenitnt of amtraett made for stationery, fuel, /orage. ice, and mitcellantmt* 
itoM dtaing the fiteal year ended June SO, J 907— Continued. 



LoQli Haitlg, Waihlng- j FUm, Oat, bMMrd, lO-lDCli doiei 

ton, D. C. 

Do FUs», ftnt, bastard, 12-lnc(i do. 

Do ! FllM, flat, baaUfd, l*-lnch ..do 

Do 'FUes, round, i)Mt»nl,8'lneh do, 

laatard. lO-lnch do. 

Do ,.,. FilM, round, baatard, 13-inPh do. 



Oontiact price. 



(1.33 per doi«II. 
HM per dotBn. 



. Bcnwa, Iroi 

. Bcrewa, Iron, 

J BcnvB, Itod. 
KTOsa. 

. flcrvwa, ItotXj 
.; Sciewi, Iron, 



Do 

June! B. Lunble Co. 

(Inco rpo rated I , Wub- 

iDRton, D.C. 
Budolpb & West Co., 

Washington. D.C. 



Scnwa, iron, 
Screwa, iroD, 



Do.. 



groa^ 



flatbaad, hlnofa. No. . 
flatbead, l-incb, No. i 
flathead, ll-lnch, No. I 
flkthead, tj-incb. No. i 
flalbead, 1-Inch, No. t 
flatbead, It-bicb, No. t 
Dstbead, l|-lacb, No. t 
flatbead, Il-lDCb, No. I' 
flatbsad, 2^lnob, No. t 
flatbead, Zl-lncb, No. t 
flatbead, 1-lncb, No. L 
flathead. IJ-bicb, No. 1' 
flatbead, if-bicb, No. L 
flatbead, If-bicb, No, 1 
flatbead. 2-lncb, No. t 

, Oathead, 21-b>cb. No. L 

, datbead, l)-bicb. No. l 

, Ostbaid, ll-lncb. No. 1 

, flathead, zj-iocb, No. t 



30 . 10.10 per aroae. 

36 tO.IOS per groas, 

I 
GO I M.ltS per groai. 

25 to.is per groia. 

25 ^ tO.lz per groas. 

M 10.13 per groie. 

SO tO.Upergroas. 

20 I0.16 per gioaa. 

20 I t0.17S per groas. 

15 10.24 per giosa. 

2S tt.l4 per giosa. 

30 tO.lU per grois. 

aO t0.163 per grnaa. 

2G tO.lS per groai. 

35 tO.lMpoTgroas. 

SO 10.22 per gioaa. 

30 S0.20 per groaa. 

20 tOJ22S per groas. 

10 S0.29 per grosa. 



BEPOBT OF THE PUBLIC PBIHTBB. 



No. 17. — SlaUmerU of conlracls made /or atatUmeqj , fuel, Jorage, it€, and mwrUaneont 
itena during thejucal year ended June 30. 1907 — Continued. 



NuneoicontMCtoc. 


De«rtptlon. 


QiuDUty. 


Contact piice. 


Rudolph 4 W«l Co., 




B 


tI.Wperdo«n. 


WaaUngton, D. C. 


doun. 






Do 


Screw-drivera, 4-lnch, ■ Champion," 


a 


tl-TOperdouD. 


Junes B. Lamble Co. 


Sorew-d riven, d-tnch, ■Champion," 




».« per down. 




doien. 






iBRUin.D.C. 








Do 


Bcrew-drivers, S-lnch, -Champion/' 
dozen. 


' 


njapNdoun. 


John B.Kspey .Washing- 


Screw-drirers. 10-inch, ■ Champion," 


* 


UM per down. 


ton. D. r. 


do»n. 






Rudolph 4 Wen Co., 


Trunk nails, l-inrh, tlDoed pounds. . 


io 


tOSXa per pound. 


Waahidgton.D.C. 








Do 


Trunk nalla, l-lncb, tinned do. . . . 


25 


tOJW per pound. 


JohnB.K.pey,WartilDg- 

ton, D, C. 


SpatuUs, 6-lncb, sterL doien . . 




tSJOperdouB. 
t3.a> per doun. 




J 


Do 


BpatuUs, lO-lDCh, st«L do... 


I 


MMperdono. 




Saiety beniinecans, l^juart doier.. 


e 


t7.»|pBrdoien. 


ply Co.. W'Bshinglon, 








D-C. 








Rudolph & West Co., 


Brau oilers, V-plnt, KHncb spout. . Ao... . 


6 


npftdovn. 


Washington. D.C- 








John B. Eapiy. Wash- 


Brass apoute, IWnch, tor J-pint oUer. 


e 


$3.75 per do»n. 


inglon, D. C. 


doien. 






Rudolph A Wput Co.. 


Brasa oilers, 1-glll doien. . 


2 


tl.au per do»D. 


W«shiHgton.D.C, 








Do 


Copperiied oilers. lO-lnch, bent spout. 


« 


■l.TOperdo«D 


John a. Eipcy. Wash- 


Oil cans, galvanlz^d-lron. 1-gallon.doieD. . 


1 


ll.Mperdo™. 


Ingtou, D. C. 










Oil cans. )^vanlied-iron. 2-gHllon. .do 




»2.«pordoaen. 










John B. Kiipi'y. Waah- 






MJMperdoaen. 


liWtron, D. C. 








Jlinv a. [jimliii' Co. 






tt.ee per gtOM. 


(lnrorporali>dl, Wash- 








tWun.ll.C, 








Loiil< llarllK. Wanhjng- 
Kiidolpli 4 West Co.. 




2S 


I0A13 per paper. 


3asb cord. No. 5 ■-ail.t-r L.ake.- Jozcn 


1 


tLlOperdono. 



nlUi' Co., Blackpipp. 2-inch... 
HlsfUpipi'. IHnch.. 



300 »XI7S per loot. 
400 lOM] per foot. 



BEPOBT OP THE PUBLIC PBINTEB. 



169 



No. 17. — Statement of contracts made for stationery ^ fuel^ forage, ice, and miscellaneout 
items dunng the fiscal year ended June SO, 1907 — Continued. 



Name of contractor. 



Description. 



Quantity. 



E. 0. Schafer & Co., 
Washington, D. C. 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Thos. Somerville Co., 
Washington, D. C. 

Do 

Do 



Do. 



National Electrical Sup- 
ply Co., Washington, 
D.C. 
Do 



Do. 



John C. Rau, Washing- 
ton, D. C. 
National Electrical Sup- 
ply Co., Washington, 
D.C. 
John C. Rau, Washing- 
ton, D. C. 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 



Thomas R. Riley, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 
Do 



Church & Stephenson, 
Washington, D. C. 
Do 



Do. 



Do. 



Thomas R. Riley, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

18937— S. Doc 



PLUMBING AND GAS-FITTINO SUPPLIES— 

continued. 
Black steam elbows, l^nch dozen. . 

Black steam elbows, 1-inch do . . . 

Black steam elbows, f-inch do. . . 

Black steam tees, 2-inch do. . . 

Black steam tees, IH^ch do. . . 

Black steam tees, 1-inch do. . . 

Black steam tees, f-inch do. . . 

Valves, Jenkins' globe, |-inch, brass, do. . . 

Valves, Jenkins' globe, 1-inch, brass, do 

Valves, Jenkins' globe, IH^^chi brass, 

I dozen. 

I Valves, Jenkins' globe, 2-Inch, brasB,dozen. 

! ELECTRIC SUPPLIES. 

I Incandescent lamps, 16-candlepower, 120 
I volts, 50 watts, Edison base. 

Incandescent lamps, 25-eandlepower, 120 
I volts, 78 watts, Edison base. 
Incandescent lamps, 32-candlei>ower, 120 

volts, 100 watts, Edison base. 
Incandescent arc-light carbons, 12 inches 

by I inch. 
Grlmshaw tape, black, ]-inch wide, 

pounds. 

Lamp cord. No. 18, B. & S. gauge, .yards.. 

Rubber wire. No. 12, B. & S. gauge. .feet.. 
Rubber wire, No. 10, B. & S. gauge.. do — 

Rubber wire. No. 8, B. & S. gauge. ..do 

Rubber wire, No. 6, B. & S. gauge. ..do 

LUMBER. 

Virginia pine culls, 1 inch thick, 12 inches 

wide, 16 feet long, dressed one side, feet. 
Virginia pine culls, rough, 1 inch thick, 12 

inches wide, all lengths from 12 to 16 feet, 

feet. 
White pine shelving, 1 inch thick, 12 inches 

wide, 16 feet long, dressed, feet. 
White pine selects, kiln dried, 1 inch thick, 

all widths. 12 to 16 feet long, dressed, feet. 
White pine selects, IJ inches thick, kiln 

dried, 12 to 16 feet long, dressed, feet. 
White pine selects, kiln dried, 2 inches 

thick, all widths, 12 to 16 feet long, 

dressed, feet. 
Georgia pine flooring. No. 1,1^ inches thick, 

12 to 18 feet long, edge grain, feet. 

5, 60-1 12 



12 

16 
25 
4 
i 
5 
8 
2 

2 
2 



Contract piioe. 



10.60 per dozen. 

10.30 per dozen. 
10.16 per dozen. 
$1.20 per dozen. 
$0.85 per dozen. 
$0.45 per dozen. 
$0.36 per dozen. 
$10.65 per dozen. 

$13.56 per dozen. 
$26.64 per dozen. 



2 $42.60 per dozen. 



10,000 



1,000 



500 



3,000 



500 



3,000 

10,000 
5,000 
1,000 
5,000 



15,000 



8,000 



$0,105 each. 



$0.14 each. 



$0,175 each. 



$0.0245 each. 



$0.60 per pound. 



$0,036 per yard. 

$1.40 per 100 feet. 
$1.90 per 100 feet. 
$2.40 per 100 feet. 
$4.00 per 100 feet. 



$25 per M feet. 



$25 per M feet. 



6,000 $34.00 per M feet. 



12,000 $77.50 per M ftet. 



10, 000 $77 .50 per M feet. 



8,000 $77.50 per M feet. 



8,000 



$52.50 per M feet. 



170 



REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 



No. 17. — Statement of contracts made for stationery, fuel, forage, ice, and miscellaneous 
items during the fiscal year ended June SO, 1907 — Continued. 



Name of contractor. 



Thomas R. RUey, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 
Do 



Do. 



Do. 



Thomaa W. Smith, 
Washington, D. C. 
Do 

Henry H. Sheip llanu- 
factoring Co., Phila- 
delp^a, Pa. 

Thomas R. Riley, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

Church & Stephenson, 
Washington, D. C. 
Do 

W. T. OaUiher, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 



John Wanamaker, New 
York, N. Y. 
Do 

Lansburgh & Bro., 
Washington, D. C. 

Edwin H. Taggart, Phil- 
adelphia, Pa. 

R. P. Clarke Co., Wash- 
ington, D. C. 
Do 

Edwin II. Taggart, Phil- 
adelphia, Pa. 
Do 

R. P. Clarke Co., Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

Edwin H. Tagg«rt, Phil- 
ad«'lphia, Pa. 

Lans!)urgh & Bro., 
Washington, D. C. 

R. P. Clarko Co., Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

Lansburgh A Bro., 
Washington, D. C, 

R. P. Clarke Co., Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

Jolin Wanamaker, New 
York, N. V 



Description. 

LUMBER— continued. | 

Cabinet oak, kiln dried 1 inch thick, vari- ' 

ous lengths, dressed, feet. i 

Cabinet oak, 1} inches thick, kiln dried, 

16 feet long, dressed, feet. j 

Cabinet oak, kiln dried, 2 inches thick, va^ 

rious lengths, dressed, feet. [ 

Cabinet oak, kiln dried, 4 by 4 inches, 12 > 

to 16 feet long, feet. 
Tennessee poplar, kiln dried, various 

lengths, dressed to J inch, feet. 
Tennessee poplar, 4 by 4 inches, various 

lengths, feet. 
Cherry, various lengths, dressed to | inch, 

feet. 

! 

Virginia pine, 3 by 4 inches, 12 to 24 feet 

long, rough, feet. 
Georgia pine, 2J by 3 inche.*!, various , 

lengths, dressed, feet. 
Georgia pine, 4 by 6 Inches, 12 to W feet 

long, dressed four side.*j, fwt. 
Maple, 2 inches thick, all widths, 12 to 16 j 

feet long, rough, feet. ' 

DRY GOOrS, ETC. 

Towels, buck, 20 by 40 inches dozen. . ; 

i 

Towels, buck, 14 by 20 inches do [ 

Crash, for toweling, IH inches wide. yards. .! 

Bleached cotton, yard wide do 

I 

I 

Bleached cotton, 42 inches wide do ' 

Bleached cotton, 6-4 wide do ! 

Blearh«'d p otton, 9-4 wide do ' 

BloaclK'd cotton, 10-4 wide do 

Unbloarhed cotton, yard wide do 

Unbleachi'il cotton, 6-4 wide do 

Unbleachod canton flannel, 32 inches wide, 

yards. 
Blue d«*nini, yard wide yards. . 

Paper canii)ric, in rolls do 

Caini>rir. white, 24 inches wide do 

Silicia, brown, 36 inches wide do 



Quantity. Contract price 



10,000 155.00 per M feet. 



12,000 $55.00 per M feet. 



4,000 S55.00 per M fi»t. 



1,000 S70.00 per M feet. 



10,000 152. 00 per M feet. 



8,000 $66.00 per M feet. 



5,000 $110.00 per M feet. 



1,000 $17.50 per M feet. 



2,000 $35.00 per M feet. 



1,000 $37.50 per M feet. 



2,000 $50.00 per M feet. 



10 $3.00 per dozen. 

10 $1.80 per down. 

4,000 $0,136 per yard. 

10,000 $0.0665 per yard. 

5,000 $0,119 per yard. 

6,000 $0.m per yard. 

6,000 $0,249 per yard. 

1,200 $0,209 per yard. 

50,000 $0,042 per yard. 

3,000 $0,159 per yard. 

150 $0,115 per yard. 

300 $0.1S5 per yard. 

1,200 $0,085 per yard. 

1,200 $0,042 per yard. 

200 90.0879 per yBrd. 



BEPOKT OF THE PUBOC PBINTEB. 



171 



No. 17. — iitatement of contracts made for stationery ^ fuel, forage , ice, and m%8celJ^meou$ 
items during the fiscal year ended June SO, 1907 — Continued. 



Name of contractor. 



Description. 



R. P. Clarke Co., Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

Lansburgh & Bro., 
Washington, D. C. 

Z. D. Oilman, Washing- 
ton, D. C. 

Lansborgh & Bro., 
Washington, D. C. 

R. P. Clarke Co., Wash- 
Irgton, D. C. 
Do 



Do. 



DRY GOODS, ETC.— continued. 

Alpaca braid, |-inch wide, 24 yard pieces, 

yards. 
English twilled tape, (-inch wide, in 

rolls of 10 yards each, yards. 
Jeweler's cotton, white pounds. , 

Army blankets, 64 by 84 inches each. . 

Tubular shoe laces, 36-inch, tin ends, 

pair. 
Tubular shoe laces, 36-inch, wire ends, 

pair. 
Cotton shoe laces, 36-inch, tin ends . . pair. , 

ROPE, TWINE, CORD, ETC. 

(Readvcrtised) i Ropo for pressing machines, j'i, inch, 

pounds. 
Do Rope for pressing machines, { inch, 

pounds. 

Do Cotton ^Tapping cord pounds. 

Do I Page cord, in balls do... 

Do Jute, 6-ply, hrnvy do... 

Do Jute, 6-ply, medium do. . . 

Do Jute, 6-ply, light do... 

Do Jute, 8^ply, heavy do. . . 

Do Jute, 8-ply, medium do... 

Do I Jute, 8-ply, light .' do... 

Do Wrapping twino.strong and soft, 3, 4, and 

I 5 ply, pounds. 

SPONGES. 

Shoemaker & Busch, Florida sponge, medium pounds. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Do I Florida sponge, small do 

Z. D. Gihuan, Washing- I Venetian formes sponges, bleached, me- 
ton, D. C. I dium, pounds. 

Do Venetian formes, sponges, unbleachf d, 

medium, pounds. 

Robert H. Van Schaack, Sponges, for sponge cups pounds. . 

Chicago, 111. I 

PAINTS, OILS, ETC. 

Standard Oil Co., Wash- Oasoline, 74" gallons. . 

ington, D. C. 
American Type Found- : Tarcolln? do 

ers Co., Baltimore, lid. 
Shoemaker & Busch, Alcohol, 94 per cent do 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Do Best reflned wood alcohol, 95 per cont, 

gallons. 
Charles Becker & Co., | Pure linseed oil gallons. 

Washington, D. C. 



Quantity. 



12,000 



720 



75 



48 



6,000 



Contract price. 



$0.02 per yard. 



10.009 per yard. 



S0.21 per pound. 



13.225 each. 



S0.015 per pair. 



100 10.025 per pair^ 



50 S0.02 per pair. 



5,000 

2,000 

500 
1,500 
2,000 
2,000 
6,000 
20.000 
5,000 
5,000 
2,000 



100 $2.7S per pound. 

50 $2.08 per pound. 

50 $3.70 per pound. 

25 $2.50 per pound. 

25 $1.60 per pound. 



14, 000 $0,125 per gallon. 



2, 500 $0,265 per gallon. 



200 $2.54 per gallon. 



100 $0,749 prr gallon. 



100 $0.43 per gallon. 



172 



REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 



No. 17. — Statement of contracts made for stationery, fxuly forage ^ ice^ and misceUaneoui 
items during the fiscal year ended June SO, 1907 — Continued. 



Name of contractor. 



Shoemaker & Busch, 

Philadelphia, Pa. \ 

Hugh Reilly, Waahing- 

ton. D. C. 
Shoemaker & Busch, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
Charles Bicker & Co., ; 

Washington, D. C. 

I 

Shoemaker & Busch, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
Franklin Brown, New 

York, N. Y. 
Shoemaker & Busch, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
(No proposals received) . . 
Shoemaker & Busch, ', 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Do 

Do 

William J. Paul Co., New 
York, N. Y. 

Maekall Brothers, Wash- 
ington. D. C. 

Geo. F. Muth & Co., 
Washington, D. C. 

Hugh Reilly, Washing- 
ton, D. C. 

Shoemaker & Busch, 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Do 

Jam«'s B. Lambie Co. 
(Incorporat«*d), Wash- 
ington, D, C. 

TheP. H.McSheehyCo., 
Washington, D. C. 

James B. Lambie Co. 
(Incorporated), Wa.sh- 
ington, I). C, 
Do 



Geo. F. Muth & Co., 
Washington, D. C. 
Do 



Do, 
Do. 
Do. 



Shoemaker <t Busch, 
PhiJadelphia, Ph. 



Description. 

PAINTS, OILS, ETC.— continued. 
Pure Unseed oil, boiled gallons. 

Lewis's white lead pounds. 

Pure putty do . . . 

Turpentine gallons. 

Crude turpentine pounds. 

Potash, first sorts do. . . 

Porlash do. . . 

Axle grease, snow flake do... 

Axle grease, Dixon's graphite do. . . 

Climax lubricating compound No. 2. .do 

Climax B lubricating compound No. 3, 
pounds. 
Paul's lubricating compound pounds. . 

Petroleum jelly, in 5-pound cans do 

Cooper's No. 1 cabinet glue do 

Berry's hard oil, light gallons. . 

French zinc, in oil pounds. . 

Nitrate of silver pounds.. 

Boxes wax tapers dozen boxes. . 



Stearin candles, 6 to pound pounds. . 

Steel wool, Buhne's, No. 1 do 

Solarine, ^-gallon cans gross. . 

GLASS. 

No. 1 gla.ss, single thick, 10 by 12 inches, 60 

squart? feet in box, boxes. 
No. 1 glass, single thick, 12 by 14 inches, 50 

square feet in box, boxes. 
No. 1 glass, single thick, 12 by 16 inches, 60 

square fi-et in box, boxes. 
No. 1 glass, single thick, 12 by 18 inches, 50 

square f<«ct in box, boxes. 
No. 1 glass, single thick, 12 by 20 inches, 50 

square feet in box, boxes 
No. 1 glass, double thick, 27 by 51 inches. 50 

e^qubte feet in box, boxed. 



jQnantity. Contract price. 



25 10.445 per gaUoo. 



3, 000 10.0685 per pound. 



200 t0.0148 per pound. 



200 t0.70 per gaUon. 



1,000 t0i)84 per pound. 
5, 000 10.099 per pound. 



100 t0.0475 per pound. 



40 

30 $0,005 per pound. 

aoo t0.065 per pound, 

aoo 10.065 per pound. 



aoo 10.20 per pound. 

100 10.05 per pound. 

250 10.17 per pound. 

25 11.30 per gallon. 

200 t0.O795 per pound. 

20 16.72 per pound. 

36 10.34 per doaen. 



80 10.005 per pound. 



25 10.33 per pound. 



3 166.96 per gross. 



2 t2J25 per box. 



92.36 per box. 



92.36 per box. 



92.36 per box. 



92.25 per box. 



9^.44 per box. 



EEPOBT OF THE PUBUO PBINTEB. 



173 



No. 17. — Statement of contracts made for stationery , fuel, forage, ice, and miscellaneous 
items during the fiscal year ended June SO, 1907 — Continued. 



Name of contractor. 



Charles Becker & Co., 
Washington, D. C. 
Do 



Description. 



Geo. F. Muth & Co., 
Washington, D. C. 
Do 



Do. 

Do. 
Do. 



Woodward & Lothrop, 
Washington, D. C. 

Shoemaker & Busch, 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Woodward & LiOthrop, 
Washington, D. C. 
Do 

E. J. Murphy Co. (Incor- 
porated) , -Washington, 
D.C. 
Do 



BBUSHES. 

Qlue brushes, l^-inch, copier bound, 

dozen. 
Olue brushes, 2-inch, copper bound, 

dozen. 
Olue brushes, 2Hiichi copi)er bound, 

dozen. 
Olue brushes, 3-inch, copper bound, 

dozen. 
Pick brushes, all bristle, wire bound, 

dozen. 

Lye brushes dozen. . 

Brushes, all bristle, Clinton, No. 3. . .do 

Fitches, |-inch do 



Quantity. 



Geo. F. Muth & Co., 
Washington, D. C. 

Woodward & Lothrop, 
Washington, D. C 

B. J. Murphy Co. (Incor- 
porated), Washington, 
D.C. 

Woodward & Lothrop, 
Washington, D. C. 

(All bids rejected) 



Page Belting Co., Con- 
cord, N. H. 
Hudson Belting Co., 

Worcester, Mass. 
Page Belting (3o., Con- 
cord, N. H. 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Hudson Belting Co., 
Worcester, Mass . 

Do 

Do 



Sash tools, No. 8 , do ... , 

Dust brushes, roimd end, all bristle. do 

Turkey-feather dusters, 14-inch do 

XX King wall brushes, "Whiting," No. 3, 
dozen. 

XX King waU brushes, •'Whiting," No. 5, 

dozen. 
Goat-hair brushes, Clinton Special, 22, 

dozen. 
Machinist's stifl bristle dust brushes, 

dozen. 
18-inch floor sweeps, with handles, .dozen. . 



18-inch floor sweeps, with handles ... do 

Fiber scrubbing brushes, with handles, 
dozen. 

BEST OAK-TANNED LEATHER BELTING 
(SAMPLE REQUIRED). 

Belting, 1-inch feet. . 

Belting, IJ-inch do 

Belting, IHnch do 

Belting, 2-inch, extra heavy do 

Belting, 2HQch, extra heavy do 

Belting, 3-inch, extra heavy do 

Belting, 3-inch, double, extra heavy .do 

Belting, 3^inch, extra heavy do 

Belting, 3i-inch, double,extra heavy .do 

Belting, 4-incb, extra heavy do 

Belting, 4-inch, double, extra heavy. do 

Best oak-tanned leather belting, 62 inches 
long by 1) by ^ inches, pieces. 



8 



10 



24 

15 

6 

10 



Contract price. 



$3.85 per dozen. 

16.60 per dozen. 

$14.00 per dozen. 

$24.25 per dozen. 

$7.10 per dozen. 

$4.00 per dozen. 
$10.90 per dozen. 
$0.64 per dozen. 



10 $1.90 per dozen. 



10 

6 
6 



6 



6 



10 



6 



100 



100 



$3.29 per dozen. 

$2.58 per dozen. 
$9.00 per dozen. 



$10.00 per dozen. 



$7.85 per dozen. 



$2. 47 per dozen. 



$12.50 per dozen. 



$8.53 per dozen. 



$0,042 per foot. 



$0.05 per foot. 



1,000 $0.07 per foot. 

250 $0.10 per foot. 

100 $0.13 per foot. 

200 ; $0.16 per foot. 

100 $0.32 per foot 

100 $0.19 per foot. 
$0.38 per foot. 



100 



100 $0.22 per foot. 

100 I $0.44 per foot. 
200 I $0.40 per plooe. 



\ 



174 



REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 



No. 17. — Statement of contracts made for statumery, fuel, forage, ice, and miseellaneouM 
items during the fiscal year ended June SO, 1901 — Continued. 



Name of contractor. 



John B. Espey, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 



R. P. Andrews Paper Co., 
Washington, D. C. 

W. L. Swayze, Washing- 
ton, D. C. 
Do 



Inland 1y^ Foundry, 
New York City, N. Y. 

If organs <Sc Wilcox Manu- 
facturing Co., Middle- 
town, N. Y. 
Do 

Do 



Do. 



Southern Printers' Sup- 
ply Co., Washington, 
D. C. 
American Type Found- 
ers Co., Bultiraore. Md. 

Do 

Do 

Do 

The Tubbs Manufactur- 
ing Co.. Ludington. 
Mich. 
Do 

Thos. W. Smith. Wash- 
Ington. D.C. 

R. P. Andrews Papor 
Co.. Washington. D.C. 

R. Carter Ballantyne. 
Washington. D, C. 

R. P. Clarke To.. Wu.sh- 
Ington. D.C. 

James B. Lamhie Co. 
(Incorporated) . Wash- 
ington. D. C. 

E.J. Murphy Co. (Incor- 
porated' , Washington. 
D. C. 



Description. 

CXrr LACING LEATHER (SAMPLE BEQUIBED). 

Rawhide cat laces, H^ch feet. . 

Rawhide cut laces, ,'a~ii^h do 

Rawhide cut laces, {-inch do 

Rawhide cut laces, i-Inch do 

Rawhide cut laces, |-inch do 

LOOSE-LEAF BIKDEBS. 

Loose-leaf binders, lOJ by 16 inches, bound 
on lOHnch side; 2-inch back, each. 

Loose-leaf binders, 14 by 17 inches, bound 
on 14-inch side; 2-inch back, each. 

Loose-leaf binders, 17 by 21 inches, bound 
on 17-inch side; 1-inch back, each. 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

Boxwood quoins, 1(X) in box boxes. . 

Hempel's improved patent quoins, No. 1, 
dozen pairs. 

Hempel's improved patent quqins. No. 2. 

dozen pairs. 
Hempel's improved patent quoin keys. 

No. 1, dozen. 
Hempel's improved patent quoin keys, 

No. 2, dozen. 
Magill's spring-tongue gauge pins, dozen. . 



Cylinder press locks, 3-inch each . 

Cylinder press locks, 5-inch each. 

Cylinder press locks, 8-inch each. 

Cylinder press locks, 14-inch do... 

Printer's wooden planers dozen. 



Lignum-vitac mallets, diameter, 2| inches 

center; 2^ inches ends; 5^ length, dozen. 
Map slicks, pine, free from knots. . .pairs. . 

Blue and white bonnet board, 17J by 23| 

Inches, sheets. 
Toilet paper, 1,000 sheets to roll rolls.. 

P. and S.. pi n.«», class A. S. C. dozen papers. . 

Emory cloth, Baeder. Adarnson & Co.'s. 
quires. 

No. 00 sandpaper, Baodor, Adamson & 
Co's., reams. 



' Quutlty: ; OoBtmet pries. 



2,000 «0.«perlOOfeet. 

3,000 «0.fl2 per 100 feet. 

3,000 «0.74 per 100 feet. 

fiOO tO.99 per 100 feet. 

500 $1.37 per 100 feet. 

• 

35 10.90 each. 

8,576 $lX)6each. 

492 S1.18 each. 



5,000 94.76 per 100. 



600 $i.35perdoBenpelri 



100 $1.60 per dozen imUib. 



25 $3.60 per doxen. 



6 $3.60 per dozen. 



12 $1.16 per dozen. 



12 $0.39 each. 

12 $0.39 each. 

12 $0,735 each. 

12 $1.47 each. 

18 $2.40 per dosen. 



12 $4.80 per dosen. 

5,000 $0.03 per pair 

5,000 $0i)2 per dieet. 

15,000 $0.04 per roD. 

72 $0.49 per dosen 

pers. 

100 $0 J2 per qmie. 



2 $1.85 per nMUB. 



EEPOBT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTEE. 



175 



No. 17. — Statement of contracts made for stationery ^ fuel, forage^ ice, and miscellaneous 
items during the fiscal year ended June SO, 1907 — Continued. 



Name of contractor. 



Description. 



Quantity. Contract price. 



I MISCELLANEOUS— continued. 

E. J.MurphyCo. (Incor- No. sandpaper, Baeder, Adamson <& 
porated), Washington, Go's, reams. 
D. C. 
Louis liartig, Washing- No. 1 sandpai)er, Baeder, Adamson 6i 
ington, D. C. Go's., reams. 

Do No. 1) sandpaper, Baeder, Adamson 6i 

Go's., reams. 

Do No. 2 sandpaper, Baeder, Adamson & 

• Go's., reams. 

Lansburgh & Bro., Whisk brooms dozen. 

Washington, D. G. 

J. C. Eigood Co., Wash- Brooms, No. 7, wire bound do. . . 

ington, D. G. 

* Do Brooms, No. 8, wire bound do... 

Rudolph & West Co., Dusti>ans, steel edge, hooded gross. 

Washington, D. C. 

Woodward & Lothrop, 12-pound cotton mops dozen. 

Washington, D. G. 

Shoemaker & Busch, Mop heads, with handles ^ . .gross. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

James B. Lambie Go. do do... 

(Incorporated) , Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

The Christopher Lipps Soap, wax, in pound bars pounds. 

Co., Baltimore, Md. 

All bids rejected Soap, scouring and polishing do. . . 

Frank Hume, Washing- Ivory soap, 100 cakes to box gross. 

ton, D. C. 
Shoemaker <& Busch, Phil- Pure white Castile soap, "Canti". pounds, 
adelphia, Pa. i 

R. P. Clarke Co., Wash- Soap, toilet .gross. 

ington, D. C. 

Z. D Oilman, Washing- do do... 

ton, D. C. 

Do ' do do... 

A rm our & Co . , W ashing- do do... 

ton, D. C. 

Shoemaker <Sc Busch, Phil- Hand sapolio do... 

adelphia. Pa. 

Do Kitchen sapolio do . . . 

Do Soapino No. 3, 100 packages to box .boxes. 

Christopher Lipps Co., Sil San, in 300-pound barrels pounds. 

Baltimore, Md. 

Shoemaker & Busch, Phil- Old English floor wax finish do. . . 

adelphia. Pa. 

Woodward & Lothrop, Fiber cuspidors dozen. 

W^ashington, D. C. 
All bids rejected Cuspidors heavy pressed steel, white en- 
ameled inside and out, 8 inches diameter 
at top, 6 inches diameter at bottom, A^ 
inches deep, each. 

Do Alabasterwaredrinking cups, i-pint. each. . 

Woodward & Lothrop, Fiber buckets, 12-quart dozen . . 

Waahington, D. G. 



2 $1.85 per ream. 



12.00 per ream. 



S2.00 per ream. 



6 



6 



12.00 per ream. 



S1.85i)erdozen. 



36 ' 12.50 per dozen. 

24 I S3.75 per dozen. 
1 $13.30 per gross. 

48 $2.04 per dozen. 

1 ! $10.70 per gross. 

1 $46.17 per gross. 



20,000 $0,042 per pound. 

1,000 

5 $9.74 per gross. 

i 

100 $0.1125 per poxmd. 

i $10.20 per gross. 

i $12.48 per gross. 

\ $12.48 per gross, 

i $10.25 per gross. 

5 $8.82 per gross. 

5 $8.82 per'gross. 

20 $3.87 per box. 

9, 000 $0,024 per pound. 

400 $0.24875 per pound . 



50 $4.00 per dozen. 



1,000 



200 
6 $2.70 per dozen. 



176 



BEPOBT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 



No. 17. — Statement of contracts made for stationery, fuel, forage^ ice, and miscellaneout 
item^ during the fiscal year ended June SO, i907— Continued. 



Name of contractor. 



Description. 



Woodward & Lothiop, 
Washington, D. a 
Do 

ThoB. W. Smith, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

Readvertised 

An bids rejected 

W. M. Gait & Co., Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

Fimnk Hume, Washing- 
ton, D. C. 

Thoa. SomerviUe Co., 
Washington, D. C. 

Mineralized Rubber Co., 
Washington, D. C. 

Thos. Somenrille Co., 
Washington, D. C. 

The Grove Lime and 
Coal Co., Washington, 
D.C. 

Do 

Do 

Columbia National Sand 
Dredging Co., Wash- 
ton, D. C. 



Philip Lhidemeyr, Balti- 
more, Md. 

R. P. Andrews Paper 
Co^ Washington, D. C. 

Do 

Do 

Bradner, Smith & Co., 
Chicago, 111. 

R. P. Andrews Paper 
CcWaaWngton, D. C. 



inscELLAKEous— continued. 
Buckets, galvanized iron, 12-quart .dozen. 

Earthen erodes, 1-gallon do. . . 

Prime sawdust, 50 pounds to barrel, bar- 
rels. 

Cotton waste, XXX pounds. 

Soft cotton wiping rags do... 

Good family flour barrels . 

White wine vtn^ar gallons. 

Rainbow sheet packing pounds. 

Square flax packing do . . . 

EcUpse gasket do. . . 

Portland cement barrels . 



Rosendale cement do . . . 

Lump lime do . . . 

Sharp sand cubic yards. 



0FP8ET PAPER, TTMPAN PAPER, AND WIP- 
ING PAPER FOR EMBOSSiNO PRESSES. 

Offset paper for Potter web press, 39 

inches wide, in rolls, pounds. 
X starmanila paper, 48 inches wide, .do 

X star manila paper, 38 inches wide.. do 

X star manila paper, 19 inches wide.. do . . .'. 
XX star manila paper, 48 inches wide, 

pounds. 
Wiping paper for embossing machines, 

pounds. 

SUN WINDOW AWNINGS, WINDOW SHADES, 
AND SHADE HOLDERS. 



Quantity. 


Contract price. 


10 


$1.71 per dozen. 


25 


$1.29 per dozen. 


3,000 


$0,245 per barrel. 


20,000 




6,000 




200 


$3.90 per barrel. 



R. C. M. Burton & Sons, Recovering sun window-awning frames 
Washington, D. C. for new building, width 6 feet 3 inches, 

awnings. 

Do Recovering sun window-awning frames 

for new building, width 7 feet 3 inches, 
awnings. 

Do Recovering sun window-awning frames 

for new building, width 3 feet 7 inches, 
awnings. 
W. B. Moses & Sons, Window shades, 5 feet 6 inches by 8 
Washington, D.C. feet, shades. 



100 



400 



150 



100 



25 



75 
15 
75 



10,000 

5,000 

2,000 
1,000 
1,000 

21,000 



50 



$0.1075 per gaUon 



$0,486 per pound. 



$0.20 per pound' 



$0.60 per pound. 



$2.75 per barreL 



$1.25 per barrel. 
$0.65 per barrel. 
$1.00 per cubic yard. 



$0.04 per pound. 

$0i)53 per poond. 

iOU)53 per poond. 
$0X)63 per pomid. 
$0.0575 per poimd. 

iOUMS per pound. 



$3.02 per awning. 



$4.25 per awning 



$2.45 per awning. 



$2.75 per shade. 



BEPOBT OP THE PUBLIC PEINTEB. 



177 



No. 17. — Stdtement of contracts made for stationery j fuel^ forage^ ice, and miscellaneout 
items during the fiscal year ended June SO, 1907 — Continued. 



Name of oontractor. 


Description. 


Quantity. Contract price. 

! 


W. B. Moses & Sons, 
Washinffton, D. C. 


SUN WINDOW AWNINGS, WINDOW SHADES, 

AND SHADE HOLDERS— Continued. 

Window stiad6s, 3 feet 6 inches hj 8 
feet, shades. 

Window shades, 4 feet by 8 feet, shades . . 

Jennings adjustable shade holders, hold- 
ers. 

Sun window awnings awnings.. 

Recovering sun window-awning frames 
for old building, awnings. 

COMMON SPLINE-SEAT CHAIRS. 

Common spline-seat chairs, 29 inches, 

dozen. 
Common spline-seat-chairs, 24 inches, 

dozen. 
Common spline-seat chairs, 20} inches, 

dozen. 
Common spline-seat chairs, 18 inches, 


100 

100 
300 

60 


$1. 46 per shade. 


Do 


$1.68 per shade. 
$1.00 per holder. 

$2.83 per awning. 

$2.21 per awning. 

$11.70 per dozen. 
$11.30 per dozen. 


Do 


B. C. M. Burton & Sons, 

Washington, D. C. 
W. B. Moses & Sons. 


Washington, D. C. 

W. B. Moses A Sons, 
Washington, D C. 
Do 


2 
4 

3 

10 


Do 


$10.00 per dozen. 


Do 


$9.65 per dozen. 



W. B. Moses & Sons, 
Washington, D. C. 



James S. Cotton, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

Do 

Do 



dozen. 

CHAIRS FOB MACHINE OPERATORS. 

Typewriter chairs for operators of type- 
setting machines, each. 

WASHING AND IRONING TOWELS. 

Towels, roller, each 3 yards long, hundred . . 

Towels, each 20 by 40 inches hundred. 

Towels, each 14 by 20 inches do 



100 I $3.85 each. 



175,000 



9,000 



$0.85 per 100. 

$0.40 per hundred. 
$0.40 per hundred. 



No . 18. — Statement of contracts made for materials and supplies (except paper) 

during the fiscal year ended June SO, 1907. 



Name of contractor. 



Universal Supply Co., 
New York, N. Y. 

Do 

Do 

R. P. Andrews Paper 
Co., Washington, D. C. 

Do 

Universal Supply Co., 
New York, N. Y. 

Do 

W. O. Davey & Sons, 
New York, N. Y. 



Description of articles. 



BINDER'S BOARDS. 

Binder's boardb. No. 1 qualil y pounds. . 

Binder's boards, No. 2 quality'. . .poiuids. . 
Binder's boards, lined. No. 2 quality, 

pounds. 
Binder's boards of the best quality, 

pounds. 
Binder's boards, 26 by 38 inches, .pounds. . 
Strawboards do 

Strawboards, lined do 

Trunk boards, best quality do 



Quantity. Contract price. 



30, 000 $0.0195 per pound. 

600,000 $0,018 per pound. 
50, 000 $0,023 per pound. 



400,000 $0,037 per pound. 

600,000 $0,021 per pound. 
90,000 $0,017 per pound. 

I 
I 

3, 000 $0,023 per pound. 
4,000 $0.05 per pound. 



178 



REPORT OF THE PUBLJO PRINTER. 



No. 18. — Statement of contracts made for mtUerials arid tuppliet {except pcper) 

dvring the fiscal year ended* June SO, 1907 — Continued. 



N&me of contractor. 



Dniversal Supply Co., 
New York, N. Y. 

R. P. Andrews Paper 
Co., Washington, D. C. 
Do 



All bids fpjcctcd , 
Do 



R. Nowmann & Co 

The O'liannon Corpora- 
tion, New York, N. Y. 

Do 

Do 

All bids rejected 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Louis Dejongo & Co., 

New York, N. Y. 
Thomas Gurnar <t Co., 
New York, N. Y. 

Do 

Do 

i)n 

(Bids Ti](ci('d.) 

John CampUMl A Co., 

Now York, N. Y. 
Thomas Gamar <t Co., 
Now York, N. Y. 

Do 

Do 

John Camplx'll & Co., 

New York. N. Y. 
Thomas G*irnar fi. Co.. 
Now York, N. Y. 

Do 

John CamplM-ll .t Co., 

New York. N. Y. 
Thomas Gani;ir <t Co.. 
Now York, X. Y. 

Do 

John Cftmplwll tt Co., 
Now York, N. Y. 

Do 

Thomas Gamar vl: Co.. 
Now York, N'. Y. 
Do 



Description of articles. 

binder's boards— continued. 
Pulp boards, best quality pounds. . 

Card middles, 22 by 28 Inches do 

Fuller or red press boards, 24 by 32 inch^, 
sheets. 

LEATHER, BEST QUALITY. 

Ilausemann's Turkey morocco, or Tur- 
key morocco of equal quality, dozen. 
Ilausmann's cochineal Turkey morocco 

or cochineal Turkey morocco, dozen. 
Turkey morocco, various colors. . .dozen. . 
East India goatskin, American finish, 
dozen. 

Cochineal Turkey morocco dozen. . 

Cochineal East India goatskin do 

Levant Turkey morocco do 

Blue Ix^vant Turkey piorocco do 

Grw^n I-evant Turkey morocco do 

Cochineal Ixjvant Turkey morocco, .do 

Cochineal I^evant Turkey morocco, .do 

Englfsh calf, various colors do 

Blue straight-grained roan do 

Cochlnoal straight-grained roan do 

Oro<'n straight-grainod roan do 

Maroon straight-grainod roan do 

Light-brov^Ti calf-finished roan do 

Bluo straight-grainod skivor do 

Blue, dull, calf-ftnish* d skiver do 

Blue imgrainod skivor.glons finish ..do 

Cochineal straight-grain« d skiver .. do 

Brown ungrain« d skiver do 

Brown title loath* r do 

Crx;l»lnoal title l»athor. thin do 

Cochinoal title leathor, thick do , 



Quantity. Contmet prtesi 



Bluo titlo li-athor. thin 



do. 



Bluo title loath'T, thick do 

Gn-»n title loatlior, thin do 

Gr-on titlo loathcr, thick do 

Law shofp, extra medium thickness, 

doz<'n. 
Law shor-p. oxtra thin dozen.. 



2,000 I 104123 per pooiuL 



1,000 $04)27 per pound. 



2, 500 104)34 per pound. 



30 

30 

050 t2L00 per doien. 

660 $144X> per dozen. 

400 $17.00 per dozen. 

400 $14.68 per dozen. 
10 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 t224X> per dozen. 

50 I04X> per dozen. 

10 I04X) per doKn. 

10 I04X) per doaen. 

10 I04X) per doaen. 

10 

50 $8JS0perdoaeii. 

50 I04X> per dozen. 

300 I04X) per doaen. 

30 ' $10.50 per dosni. 

100 $8.50 per dosen. 

10 $84X> per doaen. 

30 $8.00 per doaes. 

50 $104)0 per doan. 

00 $7.76 per doaen. 



20 $6.00 per doi 

30 $8.50 per donn. 

10 $8l50 per doasi* 

2,000 $6.46 per doaea. 

3,000 $8^perdiMK9. 



REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 



179 



No. 18. — Statement of contracts made for materials and supplies {except paper) 

during the fiscal year ended June SO, 1907 — CJontinued. 



Name of contractor. 



Deaoriptidn of articles. 



Quantity.' Contract piloe. 



do do.. 

Imitation Russia, in hall skins do. . 



LEATHER, BEST QUALITY— Continued. 

Thomas Oamar & Co., Law calf dozen. 

New York, N. Y. 

Do Bark skiver, medium do... 

Do Bark skiver, thin do. . . 

Do Fleshers, medium size do. . . 

John Campbell & Co., Fleshers, large size do... 

New York, N. Y. ' 

Thomas Gamar & Co., * Fleshers, extra large and heavy.. ..do... 
New York, N. Y. | 

Eagle Tanning Works, \ Imitation Russia, in half skins feet. 

Chicago, 111. 
The nowell-IIinchman Imitation Russia, in whole skins . ..do. 
Co., Middlctown, N. Y. 

Do 

Thomas Oamar & Co., 
New York, N. Y. 

Gano Brothers & Co., Cowhide buffing, boarded grain do. . . 

Chicago, 111. j 

The Howell-IIinchman ! do do. . , 

Co., Middletown, N. Y. 

The A. Ilaug Co., New Cowhide huffing, watrr grain do... 

York, N. Y. I 

Do ! do do . . . 

(No bids received) Goat buffing, water grain dozen . 

Do do do... 

Do Goat buffing, boarded grain do... 

Do do do... 

BOOK CLOTH, BEST QUAUTY, 38 INCHES 
WIDE, 3C YARDS TO THE PIECE. (SAM- 
PLES REQUIRED.) 

(All bids rejected) \ Book cloth, black pieces. 

Do Book cloth, common colors do... 

Do I Book cloth, extra, brown or black. .do... 

Do Book cloth, extra, green do . . . 

Do Book cloth, extra, blue do... 

Do Book cloth, ruby do . . . 

Do I Book cloth, cochineal do. . . 

Do Book cloth, any shade or color do... 



: BOOK CLOTH, BEST QUALITY, 40 INCIIKS 

I 

I WIDE, 36 YARDS TO THE I'lKCE. (SAM- 
PLES REQUIRED.) 



(All bids rejected) 



Book cloth, black piet es . 

Do Book cloth, common colors do . . . 

Do Book cloth, e.xtra, brown or black ..do... 



Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 



Book cloth, extra, green do.. . 

Book cloth, extra, blue do . . 

Book cloth, ruby, solferino, and magenta, 
pieces. 

Book cloth, cochineal. pieces. 

Book cloth, any shade or color do . . . 



5 I 64JS0 per dozen. 

I 

150 $8.50 per dozen. 

60 I 16.75 per dozen. 

100 I 94.75 per dozen. 

500 I 16.00 per dozen. 

50 S8.00 per dozen. 

60,000 10.15 per foot. 

60,000 t0.150 per foot. 

35, 000 $0,179 per foot. 
2,000 $0.17 per foot. 

10, 000 $0,095 per foot. 

10,000 ' $0,074 per foot. 

20,000 $0,085 per loot. 

10,000 $0.93 per foot. 
50 
50 
50 
50 



1,500 


1,500 


1,000 


750 


460 


250 


250 


250 



500 
500 
400 
250 
l.-VO 
50 

50 
50 



180 



^EPOBT OF THE PUBLIC PKUrTER. 



Ko. l$.—JSUUemenl of ccmbraeU made for maUnah and BUpptia {axtpi paper) 
during the faoal year ended June SO, J907—CaDtinue6L 



Kame of oontractor. 



(Ail bids re)ec'ted) 

Do 

Do 

Do 



DOMfiptiOD of UtJclBB. 

BUCEKAM, BE0T QUAUTT. (BaMFLEB KZ- 
'QUIBSD.) 

Buckram, aaj ihade or pattern. . .yards. . 

do do 

BtK'kram, Engliah linen do — 

do do 



Qnasttty. Cositnct pxtee^ 



Fabrlkoid Compuiy, 
(No bkU reoeired) 



IXKiia DejoD^e A Co., 
N«w York, N. Y. 

Do 

Do 

Vo 



Do 

Do. 
Do. 



(No \M§ nj««lv6«l) 



Iahjim Dejoiign 4 Co., 
N«w York, N. Y. 

Do 

Do 



Tim MMiihMtUii Hupply 
To., Nttw York, N. Y. 
iohn HoylM 6i Co. (Iiu'or- 
jjioralail;, Ndw York, 
N. Y. 
ii. 1'. (laikiM<'o., WamIi- 
tji|{loji, D. C. 

Do 

Do. 
Do. 
Do . 
Do . 
Do 



FABKIKOID LEATHEB CLOTH, EEKATOL 
LEATHEB CLOTH, PLmUSD? LEATHEB 
CLOTH, AlTD EUBEKA CLOTH-LUTED PAPEB, 
BEST QUAUTT. 

Fabrikoki leather cloth, 34 inches wkte, in 

rolls of 25 yards, yards. 
Keratol leather cloth, M inches wkle, 

yards. 
Pluviusin leather cloth, 52 inches wkle, 

yards. 

do yards.. 

do do 

Pluviusin leather cloth, 45 inches wkie, 

yards. 
Pluviusin leather cloth, 36 inches wkie, 

yards. 

do yards.. 

Pluviusin leather cloth, 45 inches wide, 

yards. 
Pluviusin leather cloth, 52 inches wide, 

yards. 
Pluviusin leather cloth, 36 inches wide, 

yanls. 
Kureka rloth-lined paper, 25 by 36. sheets. . 
Kurpka cloth-lined paper, 25 inches wide, 

100 yards to roll, rolls. 

CANVAS AND LINEN CANVAS, BEST QUAUTT. 

Canvas for covering blank books. . .yards. . 

Canvas, white, for oovtring blank books, 
yanls. 



I 



.lio, 



yards. 



Johit liuyle A, i o. (litLiir- 
poratMl), Nsw Voik, 
N.V 



Canvttt. brown, for binding l>ooks..do... 

.do do... 

. . . .do do... 

l.Uu«n rAnvas, or iUwk, brown do. . . 

.do do... 

.«lo do... 

HAOK ni'l K, CALKSDEEED PUCE, DRAB 

iiHii.i.isu, naowN driluno. and black 

KSAUI.IJC1) DUtE, BEST QVAUn'. 

ti«tgti du«k for lilnding books yards. . 



4,000 

4,000 

144 

144 



3,000 10.30 per yanL 



100 



100 tl^ per 3ranL 



100 


tl^ per yard. 


i 100 


tO.83 per yard. 


100 

1 


t0.406 per yard. 


1 

100 


tO.32 per yard. 


100 


10.34 per yard. 


100 


10.53 per yard. 



100 

100 tO.54 per yard. 

2,500 tO.OB per sheet. 

10 tOM per yard. 



4,500 t0.2S2 per yard. 
1,200 t0.144 per yard. 



300 10.164 per yard. 

fiOO 10.21 per yard. 
fiOO fO.19 per yard. 
fiOO i t0.19 per yard. 
fiOO ' 10.11 par yard. 
500 t0.166 per yard. 
500 10.186 per yard. 



600 I0lS6 par yard. 



BEPOBT OP THE PUBLIC PEINTEE. 



181 



No. 18. — Statement of contracts made for materials and supplies {except paper) 

during the fiscal year ended June SO, 1907 — Continued. 



Name of contractor. 



John Boyle & Co. (Incor- 
porated), New York, 
N.Y. 

R. P. Clarke Co., Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

John Boyle & Co. (Incor- 
porated), New York, 
N.Y. 

Do 

Do 

R. P. Clarke Co., Wash- 
ington, D. C. 
Do 

Louis Hartig, Washing- 
ton, D. C. 

Thomas Qamar & Co., 
New York, N. Y. 

Do 

Do 

The A. Haug Co., New 
York, N. Y. 



Louis Dejonge & Co., New 
York, N. Y. 

Do 

Do 

Do 



Hastings & Co., Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 

Do 

Do 



Description of articles. 



SAGE DUCK, CALENDERED DUCK, DRAB 
DRILLING, BROWN DRILLING, AND BLACK 
ENAMELED DUCK, BEST QUAUTY— COUt'd. 

Sage duck for binding books yards. . 



Calendered duck, olive, tan, or gray . .do. 



Light-tan duck for binding books. . .do 



do do... 

Black duck for binding books do 

Drab drilling for binding books do 



W. H. Coe Manufacturing 
Co., Providence, R. I. 
Do 



Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



Brown drilling for binding books. . .do. . . 
Black enameled duck do. . . 

SILK HEADBANDS (SAMPLES REQUIRED). 

Silk headband, No. 1 pieces . 

Silk headband, No. 2 do. . . 

Silk headband, No. 3 do. . . 

Silk headband, No. 4 do 

MERCERIZED COTTON HEADBANDS (SAM- 
PLES REQUIRED). 

Mercerized cotton headbands,No.l .pieces. 

Mercerized cotton headbands, No. 2 . .do . . , 
Mercerized cotton headbands, No. 3. .do. . . 
Mercerized cotton headbands. No. 4. .do. . . 

GOLD LEAF (ONE BOOK AS SAMPLE R£- 
QXHRED) . 

Gold leaf, XX packs. . 

Gold leaf, usual do 

Gold leaf, edge (3| by 3} inches do 

RIBBON GOLD LEAF, XX, IN ROLLS OF 67 
FEET TO EACH ROLL (ONE ROLL AS SAM- 
PLE FOR ALL SIZES). 

A inch wide rolls. . 

J inch wide do. . . 

V*« inch wide do . . . 

} inch wide do. . . 

1^ inch wide do. . . 

i inch wide do. . . 

I Inch wide do. . . 

I inch wide do. . . 

i inch wide do. . . 

li^ inches wide do. . . 



Quantity. 


Contract price. 


300 


10.276 per yard. 


300 


S0.28 per yard. 


fiOO 


S0.25 per yard. 


500 


S0.276 per y^rd. 


200 


S0.285 per yard. 


26,000 


SO. 139 per yard. 


200 


$0,145 per yard. 


600 


$0,214 per yard. 


100 


$0.22 per piece. 



200 
600 
150 



50 

100 

300 

76 



2,600 

2,750 
60 



20 

200 

120 

200 

60 

300 

70 

50 

25 

700 



$0.26 per piece. 
$0.28 per piece. 
$0.32 per piece. 



$0.18 per piece. 

$0.21 per piece. 
$0.23 per piece. 
$0.24 per piece. 



$7.04 per pack. 

$6.25 per pack. 
$8.75 per pack. 



$0,336 per rolL 

$0,411 per roll. 
$0,493 per roll. 
$0,616 per roll. 
$0,693 per roll. 
$0,805 per roll. 
$0,962 per roll. 
$1.19 per roll. 
$1,416 per roU. 
$1,572 per roll. 



182 



BEPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRIJiTER. 



No. 18. — Statement of contracts made for materiali and 9upplie$ {except paper) 

daring the fiscal year ended June SO^ 1907 — Continued. 



Name of contractor. 



Description of articles. 

RIBBON GOLD LEAF, XX, IN BOLLS OF 67 
FEET TO EACH BOLL (ONE BOLL AS SAM- 
PLE FOB ALL SIZES)— continued. 



W. 11. Coe Manufacturing 1 J inches wide rolls. 

Co., Providence, R. I. 

Do 1| inches wide do... 

Do li inches wide do... 

Do 1| inches wide do... 

Do IJ inches wide do... 

Do 2^ inches wide do... 

Do 2§ inches wld^ do... 

1)0 SJ *n<^^»<^s wide do... 

RIBBON r.OLD LEAF, USUAL, IN ROLLS OF 67 
FEET TO EACH ROLL (ONE ROLL AS SAM- 
PLE FOR ALL SIZES). 

W.H.Ck)e Manufacturing i^,., Inoh widt? rolls.. 

Co., I'rovidence, R. I. 

Do J inch wide do... 

Do {■(.. in'-h wid- do... 

Do I Inch wi^le do... 

Do ,"., inch wide do... 

Do i inch wide do... 

Do I inch wide do... 

Do f inch wide do. . . 

Do 2 inch wide do... 

Do 1 ,'*; inchf'S widp do . . . 

Do U inches wide do... 

Do Ij inches wide do... 

Do U inch»»s wide do... 

Do 1| inches wide do. . . 

Do IJ inchf'S wide do... 

Do 2J inch* s wide do... 

Do 2i inohos wido do. . . 

Do , 3i inches wide do... 

ALUMINUM A.ND P.VTEXT STAMI'IXO LEAF. 

Georgi* M^'i^r Co., Now .Mnmlnnni ioaf. ix^st thin, 5J by .'»J inches, 

York, N. V. pji/'lcfti. 

Louis IXojongi' <fc Co., rat«^nt stamping leaf, white, 18 by 23 
N''W "b'ork, N. Y. inchr-s. shafts. 

Do I*at<'nt .xttimping loaf colors, Nos. 1 to 8, 

l*s l»y :i3 inch. «:. .slie<'ts. 

Do I'at<'nt stamping U-af, colors. Nos. 9 to !♦*», 

is by 23 inchos. sheets. 

TIIRFAI). TWINE. ETC. CSAMFLE.S REQUIRED). 



Quantity. Contract price. 



R. I', riarko Co., Wash- 
ington, I). C. 
Do 

E. r. F'lllor Co., Now 
York. K. Y. 



No. ]♦;. 3-cord gilllng tlin^ad pounds. 



25 tl.912 per rolL 

26 $2JX2 per rolL 
25 $2,167 per roU. 

25 $2,307 per roU. 

26 $2,805 per roU. 
50 $3,442 per rolL 
50 $3.95 per roU. 
25 $4.25 per rolL 



20 $0,292 per roll. 

200 $0,372 per roU. 

50 $0,447 per roll. 

200 $0,556 per roU. 

50 $0.62 per roll. 

100 $0,727 per roU. 

50 $0,856 per roU. 

50 tixm per roU. 

50 $1,263 per roU. 

100 $1,416 per loU. 

50 $1,678 per roll. 

50 $1,855 per roU. 

50 $2,018 per roll. 

50 $2,074 per roll. 

50 $2,337 per roll. 

100 $2,762 per roU. 

50 $3.40 per roU. 

25 $4,037 per roU. 



200 $0JO per fmcY. 



100 $0.06 per sheet. 



100 $0.07 per shwt. 

I 
100 ' 90J09 per sheet. 



No. ]*': "R'ord gilllng thread do. 

No. iH. .3-cord gilllng thread do. 



300 10.71 per pound. 

300 10.71 per pooDd. 
100 $0.71 per poand. 

I 



BEPORT OF THE PtJBLIC PRINTER. 



183 



No. 18. — Statement of contracts made for materials and supplies {except papir ] 

during the fiscal year ended June SO, 1907 — Continued. 



Name of contractor. 



Description of articles. 



Quantity.' Contracl price. 



THREAD, TWINE, ETC.(SAMPLES REQUIRED) — 

continued. 

R. P. Clarke Co., Wash- No. 20, 3-cord gllling thread pounds. . 

ington, D. C. 

Do No. 25, 3-cord gilling thread do — 

Do No. 30, 3-cord gilling thread do — 



E. C.^ Fuller Co., New 
York, N. Y. 
Do 



No. 40, 3-cord gilling thread 



..do. 



No. 45, 3-cord gilling thread do — 

Do Linen thread for Smyth book-sewing ma- 
chines (No. 40, 3-cord), pounds. 

Do ' Linen thread for Smyth book-sewing ma- 
chines (No. 50, 3-cord), pounds. 

Do Cotton thread for use in sewing blank 

books on Smyth machines, pounds. 

Do Best sea-island cotton thread for Smyth 

machines, spools. 
Soft twine, 3, 5, 6, or 12 ply pounds. , 



John Campbell & Co 
New York, N. Y. 



John A . Roebling's Sons 
Co., Trenton, N.J. 

Do 

Do 

Do 



WIRE FOR STITCHING MACHINES (SAMPLES 
WILL BE FURNISHED). THE SIZES GIVEN 
ARE IN DECIMAL OF AN IN( H. 

.014 round wire pounds . . 



018 round wire do 

.021 round wire do 

i .031 by .021 flat wire. do. . . . 

Do .036 by .021 flat wire do ... . 

Do ' .041 by .029 flat wire do 

Do 047 by .035 flat wire do. . . . 

Do 021 roimd wire. do 



100 ^$0.77 per pound. 

4,000 10.87 per pound. 

100 10.98 per pound. 

100 $1.15 per pound. 

100 11.34 per pound. 

100 12.28 per pound. 



200 $2.30 per pound. 



120 $1.20 per pound. 



2,000 



$1.41 per spool. 



4,000 I $0.31 per pound. 



100 I $0,105 per pound. 

500 ] $0,079 per pound. 
1,800 I $0.0765 per pound. 
800 $0,089 per pound. 
300 $0,089 per pound. 
500 $0,084 per pound. 
500 ; $0,083 per pound. 
500 $0.0765 per pound 



GLUE, TABLET COMPOSITION, TABLET GLUE, 
ALBUMEN, DEXTRIN, AND BEESWAX. 



Glue, best quality pounds. 

do do... 



A rmour «fe Co., New York 

N.Y. 
Louis Dejonge & Co., 

New York, N. Y. 
The J. O. Whitten Co., ! Flexible glue do 

Boston, Mass. 

l^o 

Berger Bros., South 

Bend, Ind. 
The A . Haug Company, 

New York, N. Y. 
Armour & Co., New York Blood albumen do . 

N.Y. I 
National Gum and Mica Dextrin, best light do . 

Co., New York, N.Y. ! 



Tablet composition do . 

Tablet glue do . 

Egg albumen. do 



M. Feigel & Bro., New 

York. N.Y. 



Beeswax, best northern. do . 



35,000 



$0.11 per pound. 



15,000 I $0.11 per pound. 



4,000 

300 
500 



$0.10 per pound. 

$0.11 per p'Hind. 
$0.11 per pound. 



GOO $0.75 per pound. 



200 



GOO 



$0.30 per pound. 



$0.0G4 per pound. 



1,000 $0.3348 per pound. 



184 



REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 



No. 18. — Statement of contracts made for materials and supplies (except paper) 
during the fiscal year ended June SO, 1907 — Continued. 



Name of contractor. 



Shoemaker & Busch, 
Pbiladelphia, Pa. 

Do 

Geo. F. Muth & Co., 
Washington, D. C. 

Do 

Do 

Shoemaker & Busch, 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Do 

Eureka Manufacturing 

Co., New York, N.Y. 
Shoemaker & Busch, 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Do 

Do 

Eureka Manufacturing 
Co., New York, N. Y. 
Shoemaker & Busch, 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Do 

Fred. A . Schmidt, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 



Anderson Ac Ziepler, 
I'hila/lelphia, Pa. 



Do 



Do, 



E. ( . Fuller Co., New 
York, N. Y. 

K. P. f larke Co., Wash- 
ington, D. ('. 

Louis Dejonge A: Co., 
Nf'W York, N.Y. 
Do 

Ji. v. riurke Co., Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

Thomas Gamar A Co., 
.New York. N Y. 



Description of articles. 

GUM .ARABIC, ALUM, MABBLEB'S COLOB8, 
SWEET OIL, VIRGIN OLIVE OIL, TBENCH 
BOOK VARNISH, SHELLAC, GUM HOG, GUM 
TRAGACANTH, ETC. 

Granulated gum arable pounds. . 

Alum, pulverized do 

Ultramarine blue do 

Chrome yellow, dark orange do 

Chrome yellow, lemon. do 

Chrome yellow, orange. do 

Carmine indigo paste do 

Cochineal lake, marbler's colors do 

Stronger water anunonia do 

Sweet oil in half -pint bottles dozen. . 

Virgin olive oil quarts. . 

Frencli l>ook varnish dozen. . 

Orange shellac pounds.. 

Gum hog, best quality do 

Gum tragacanth do 

PATENT BACK.S, BACK-UNING PAPEB, GRAY 
SUPER, PARCHMENT SUBSTITUTE, BOOK- 
BINDING BAND, AND TAPE FOR MACHINES. ! 

For patent bar ks for books, known as 
**Phila<Ielphia patent back," not ex- ' 
ceeding 1 inch in width and 18 hichea In 
length, guards. 

For patent backs for books, equal to what ; 
Isknoi^-nas" Philadelphia patent back," 
not ex( celling 1 inch in width and 23J ' 

inches in length, guards. 

I 

For patent backs for books, equal to what 
is known as "Philadelphia patent { 
bark," not e.\(ee<ling If inches in width ^ 
and 24) inches in length, guards. 

Back-lining paper for Smyth case-making 
machine, j>ounds. 

Gray 8ui»er, me<lium weight yards, . 



Quantity, i Contract price. 



150 



S0.26 per pound. 



500 I SOj021 per pound. 
50 i S0.115 per pound. 



50 
75 



S0.115 per pound. 
S0.115 per pound. 



50 S0.106 per pound. 

60 SOiK) per pound. 

200 S0.53 per pound. 

200 S0.057 per pound. 

100 S0.77 per pound. 

6 S0.465 per pound. 

2 $12.50 per pound. 

100 S0.56 per pound. 

250 S0.285 per pound. 

250 SO.O0 per pound 



60,000 



S0.006 per guATd. 



10.01 per gnanL 



10.018 per gUBrd. 



5,000 t0.063 per pound. 



60, 000 10.0245 per yard. 



Gray 8Ui>er, heavy weight do .... I 20, 000 t0.083 perymnL 



Golf bunting, jiadding cloth do 

Panhnifnt i^ubstitute. |-inrh, in ple-es of 

72 yanl« em h, pieces. 
Bookbinding band, |-inrh, in pieces of 12 

yanlseach, pieres. 



5,000 tO.026 per^ytrd. 
100 tO.72 per piece. 

600 ; fOJOperpieo^ 



BEPOBT OF THE PUBLIC PBINTER. 



185 



No. 18. — Statement of contracts made for tnaterials and supplies {except paper) 

dwring the fiscal year ended Jane SO, 1907 — Continued. 



Name of contractor. 



Description of articles. 



Quantity. 



R. P. Clarke Co., Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

Do 



Contract price. 



PATENT BACKS, BACK-LININO PAPER, GRAY 
SUPER. PARCHMENT SUBSTITUTE, BOOK- 
BINDING BAND, AND TAPE FOR MA- 
CHINES— COntinUea. 

White tape for Martini book-sewing ma- 
chines, |-inch wide, in rolls of either 24 
or 36 yards each, yards. 
Tape for use in sewing heavy blank books 
on Martini book-sewing machines, 
yards. 

Do ' Rolls, i-inch press or folder tape . .dozen 

Do RoUs, J-inch press or folder tai)e do . . 

Do i Rolls, 1-inch press or folder tape do.. 

Do Rolls, 1 J-inch press or folder tape. . .do . . 

Gane Bros. & Co., Chi- Rolls, IJ-inch press or folder tape... do.. 

cago. 111. 
II. P. Clarke Co., Wash- RoUs, li-inch press or folder tape.. do — 
ington, D. C. 

METAL FOR TYPESETTING MACHINES. 

Thomas Wildes, New Monotype metal for Lanston Monotype 
York, N. Y. machines, equal in all respects to that 

now in use in Olhce. pounds. 

Do ' Linotype metal for Mer^nthaler Lino- 

tyx)e machines, equal in all respects to 
that now in use in Oflice, pounds. 

STEREOTYPER'S AND ELECTROTYPER'S 
MATERIAL. 

Do Stereotype metal, to lie made of bright i 

new metals, pounds. 
Do Electrotype metal, to l^e made of bright 

new metals, pounds. 
Lead, in pigs or bars pounds. . 



Ilofoller Smelting and 

Refining Co., Buffalo, 

N. Y. 
Lewis Ilopfenmaier, 

Washington, D. C. 
Marks Lissberger, New Antimony and tin, mixod in equal parts. 



Tin, in bars do 



York, N. Y. 

Do 

Do 



pounds. 

Bismuth metal pounds. . 

Solder, composed of equal parts of tin and 
lead, cast in bars about J inch in diame- 
I ter, pounds. 

The Conlpy Foil Co., New ' Tin foil, first quality pounds. . 

York, N. Y. j 

Lewis Hopfenmalor, Lake copper battery plates do 

Washington, D C. 

(No bids received) Nickel anodes, 8 by 18 inches, i-inch thick, 

pounds. 

The Ostrander-Seymour Sifted cast-iron fillings pounds. . 

Co., Chicago, III. i 

Shoemaker & Busch, Sulphate of copper <lo 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
Do Nickel salts and ammonia do 



180,000 I $0.0069 per yard. 



30,000 : 80.027 per yard. 



2 $6.75 per dozen. 

1 $10.10 per dozen. 

1 $13..')0 per dozen. 

2 $15.20 per dozen. 
1 $16.80 per dozen. 

1 $19.90 per dozen. 



250, 000 $0.12 per pound. 



125. 000 $0.09 per pound. 



10,000 


$0.09 per pound. 


50,000 


$0.07 per pound. 


150.000 


$0.a'i75 per pound 


10.000 


$0.41 per pound. 


500 


$0.31 piT pound. 


100 


$1.60 per pound. 


1,(X)0 


$0.2125 per pound 


10, OCX) 


$0.2225 per pound 


25,000 


$0.2095 per pound 


2O0 




9,000 


$0,025 p<'r pound. 


15,0(K) 


$0.0<">4 per pound. 


:u)0 


$0,119 p<'r pound. 



18937— S. Doc. 5, 60-1- 



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186 



REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 



No. 18. — Statement of contracts made, for materials and supplies (except paper) 

during the fiscal year ended June 30 j 1907 — Continued. 



Name of contractor. 



Description of articles. 



Quantity. Contract price. 



B. & O. Myers, New 

York, N. Y. 
Sheip & Vandegrift 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
B. & O. Mv-ers, New 
York, N. Y. 

Do 

Do 

Louis Oehlert , \ew York, 

N. Y. 
Mackail Bros., Washing- 
ton, D. C. 

Do 

Marks Lissl^erger, New 
York, N. Y. 

Do 

Charles B.Chrj'stal, Xew 

York, N. Y. 
Thomas Wildes. New 
York, N. Y. 
Do 

The S. Obermayer Co., 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 

(No bids received ji, 

W. J. Ilindson, Buffalo, 

N. Y. 



R. P. Clarke Co., Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

Do 

IIoffinHn-<.'orT Manufac- 
turing Co., Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
R. P. Clarke Co., Wash- 
ington. D. C. 
IIotTnian-Corr .Manufac- 
turing Co., I'hilad«'l- 
phia. Pa. 

Do 

l)f) 

Do 

Do 

SluM^niakfT i^- Husrh. 

Philadi'lphia. fa. 
HolTnjan-Corr Manufac- 
turing ('«».. Phiiad»'l- 
[ihi.i. I 'a. 
Cuyl.-r \ Mohlor. li.ilti- 
nioro. Md. 



STEREOTYPER'S AND ELECTROTYPE R's 

MATERIAL— continued. 
Matrix brushes dozen. . 

Kiln-dried cherry blocking board feet. . 

Stereotype backing paper reams. . 

White tissue paper. No. 1 do 

Extra cream tissue paper do 

Stereotype drying blankets each . . 

Sulphuric acid carboys. . 

Muriatic acid do 

Molding wax pounds. . 

do do 

Plumbago for polishing elect rotyiMJS, 

pounds. 
Plumbago for polishing electrotypes, 

pounds. 
Plumbago for molding for electrotypes, 

pounds. 
Plumbago for polishing electrotypes. 

pounds. 

Stereotype backing powder pounds. . 

do do 



I 



Readiertised. 

ROPE, TWIXE, CORD, ETC. 

Rope for pressing machine, ,'a-inch, 

pounds. 
Rope for pressing machine, |-inch .pounds. , 
Cotton wrapping cord do 

Page cord in ]>alls do 

Jute, G-ply do 



do do. 

do do. 

.hit«\ l()-ply do. 

.lute, '<-ply do. 

.hito, >*-ply, light do. 



Wrapping twino, 3. 4. and 5 ply do. 



Cotton wastr, X X .\ do 



1 $63 per dozen. 

I 

4,000 I S0.C925 per foot. 

i 

60 ' $4.75 per ream. 

i 

ISO $1.30 per ream. 
50 ' $1.50 per ream. 
24 i $2.75 each. 

10 $2.95 per carboy. 

3 , $2. 40 per carboy. 
3,000 '. $f 1.245 per pound. 

I 
2,000 $0,265 per pound. 
1,000 , 10.12 per popnd. 

I 
1,000 $0.28 per pound. 

1,000 $0.15 per pound. 

500 ' $0.28 per pound. 

1,000 ; 

1,000 $0.04 per pound. 



5,000 I $0,077 per potmd. 



2,000 ; $0,077 per pound. 
500 i'$0.16 per pound. 



1,500 , $0.23 per pound. 



2,000 I $0.08 per pound. 



2,000 $0.08 per pound. 

G,000 $0.10) per pound. 

20,000 $0.08 per pound. 

5,000 $0.08 per pound. 

5,000 $0,067 per pound. 

2,000 $0.10) per pound. 



20,000 $0.09 per pound. 



BEPOBT OF THft PUBLIC PRINTER. 187 

No. 19. — SUUemerU of conlractt made for lithographing and fngravinii during the fiicai 
year ended June SO, 1907. 



Title ol documeDt. 



. Hoen & Co., BoltlmoTS, WsUr-Stipply and IcrlgnlloD Paper 
Ud. , Nn. 182. 

Do [ Water-supply and Irrigation Paper 

I No. 1S3. 

Do I Water-supply and Irrigation Paper 

I »o. 188, 
Do ! Bulletin No. 3W, U. S. Oeoioglcal 

Do ' Bulletin No 301. U. B. Oeoioglcal 

Do BuUetln No, 308. U, S. Geological 

Do Boll Survey o( Mareoa Area, Tei., for I 

Do Boll Surrey o( Waycrosa Area, Qa., lor 

11X16. 

Do ." Boll Survey o( Madison County, N. Y., 

Do Soil Surve J oI Grainger County. Tsnn.. 

Do Soil Survey oi Wheeling Area, W. Va., I 

lor 1906. 
Do,. FouTtb Annual Report of the Reclama- I 

tloD 8orvl(», I 

Do Bulletin. ol the Bureau of Flaberlea, I 

Vol, XXVI, IBOa. 
Do Annual Report of the Secretary of 

Agriculture. I90a, 



11 






of. th 



. Professional Pspo 
logical Survey, 



: Light-House 
5C, U. S. Oco- 



Da Senate Document No. 194. SBth Con 



'2 percent, 10 days. 



IHH 



KKPOKT or THE PUBLIC PBIXTER. 



So. jy.- StntjttitinrU of rorUrQ/-tji madt for liJt}Knjraphijyi and ewjravifui duriwf the fical 

Vijur {Tidfd Jyru ^0, ]iHJ7 — < 'r»ntiiiued. 



SHttu- *)S foij tractor. 



Title of doc'uiD«*nt. 



X at 



JUItiiiwrc- MuryUnd Kri- Huiit'tin No. ^r^. V. S. Geolr*gical Sur- 
Umvifiy Co., JiHftiiiion>. v»'y. 
M'l 

I*'* <'<»ntriliutious from the U. .<- National 

Ilerlmrium. Vol. X. Part III. 
!>'* I'nKi^'diiijrs upon th«» I'nvfilinp of th? 

Statu*' of the Tount de Hochambeau. 
tt'f Hiill«*tin <tf Xtv Bureau of Fislieries. 

Vol. XXVI. v.tn;. 

Iht .ilo 

litftiiic I A Ki»"«l«r < •»., riiil- Sful Sur%'e\- of FIhdovit County. N. C. . 

u«li l|>ti){i. I'd 

I"- Soil Sun-i'v <if H»»ndor9on An^a. Tex.. 

for VMn\. 
iiiUuy.. |-li(iii>|.*iii\iin< Co.. rnM-ft-ilinffs u{Min the Cnvfilmg of the 



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tra 




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s 


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10 


«$U.50 



40 5175 

33 74.50 

4 ''4.O0 



70 fafi-SO 

1 8,588 * 429. 00 



1 8.508 



7 7,539 



<<560.00 



t>45.00 



< t.W ..{/•. Ill 



Statu*' »)f Count 'If Ko<'haniheau. 



« .-i!i...i K. I l..i.i.Kiu|<h Co. Annual R«>i>ort of t lie Chiif of Kngi- 50 1,735 ...!.. <<5^.65 



W {4^t.'li.^| fill 1 1 I 



nit-rs. r. S. Amiv. for \'M)»\. 



I'. 



'i(ii^tei'f\|< I i:f.-i.i^ iri^; ( II . Ki'ptiit of th«' Stf notary of .\jn-ii,-ulture . 

■ lo 

Hullttin \t». ."^r.*. r. S. Giolop.al Sur- . 

j.i.....> !•■' I .VI. Niu\i.ik *^oil '*ijr\«'\ <^f l'oi;ti>t«H- County. Mi*s.. 
■^ • lot l'.X«» 

' • >«»ii "^urx'-x of Cfiililii ransli. Iji.. for 

' • ><•;• '*i:r\'\ if « 'kwhoTn;* County. 

' •». .. '*i.;\ I \ .»i r.Ni .t::.!.i.t C- ■•..:.! y. Fla., 

1 I ;■«!•. 
» '♦. .. •^..Mix ii M..:.t»:-:..'r\ ( iv.^My. 

- . *'...»!« ..I I !.i ujiT. ( t-i.-.l-v N * . 

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*..:'• .. < 11*.* I .'i.I.l » \I s> S»T 
. *■% 

■ ' ■• Ml'- III 1 ..}. *".■.', \rk 

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1 9,858 



9 9.50 

43 95.00 

i» '94.00 

.... '45100 



8.508 'I.OCIW 



" V 



8.508 



'581.00 



8.508 


'952.00 


KSte 


'#99.00 


s.3e* 


'579.00 


^508 


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7TX00 



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REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 



189 



No. 19. — Statement of contracts made for lithoffraphimf and enriraviw} during the fiscal 

year ended June 30^ 1907 — Continued. 



Name of contractor. 



en 

a 

a 



Title of document. 



00 



O 00 

^ o 



3 



6§ I 






> 



Julius Bien <t Co., New York, 
N. Y. 
Do 



Do. 



Soil Survey of Transylvania County, 
N. C, for 190G. 

Soil Survey of Madison County, N. Y., 
for 1906. 

Soil Survey of Blue Earth County, 
Minn., for 1906. 

Do I Soil Survey of Racine County, Wis., 

for 1906. 

Soil Sur\'ey of Crookston Area, Minn., 
for 1906. 

Bulletin No. 303, V. S. Geological Sur- 
vey. 

Bulletin No. 302, U. S. Geological Sur- 
vey. 

Monograph No. 50, U. S. Geological 
Survey. 

Water Supply and Irrigation Paper 
No. 182. 
Maurice Joyce Engraving Soil Survey of Marcos Area, Tex., for 



1 
1 



8,598 
8,598 



Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



1 8,598 



8,598 



1 8,598 



J. Manz Engraving Co., 
Chicago, 111. 
Do 



1 
1 



7,305 
8,575 



Co., Washington, D. C 
Do 



1906. 



Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 



Soil Survey of Caddo Parish, La., for 

190G. 
Soil Survey of Oklahoma County, Okla., 

for 1906. 
Soil Survey of Escambia County, Fla., 

for 1906. 
Soil Survey of Montgomery County, 

Miss., for 1906. 
Soil Survey of Waycross Area, Ga., for 
1906. 
Soil Survey of Leo County, Ala., for 

1906. 
Do Soil Survey of Hanover County, N. C, 

for 1906. 
Soil Survey of Fayette Area, Ark., for 

1906. 
Soil Survey of Tishomingo Area, Ind. 

T., for 1906. 
Soil Survey of Ransom County, N. 

Dak., for 1906. 
Soil Siu^ey of Green County, Ind., for 

1906. 
Soil Survey of Transylvania County, 

N. C, for 1906. 
Soil Survey of Racine County, Wis., for 

1906. 
Soil Survey of Blue Earth County, 

Minn., for 1906. 



40 

48 



Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 



National Engraving Co., 
Washington, D. C. 
Do 



c 
o 

*? 98 



O 

B 



4542.00 

798.00 

776.00 

488. OU 

736.00 

314.00 

1150.00 

285.00 

30.00 

ol.OO 

a. 75 

a. 75 

a. 75 

a. 75 

ol.OO 

a LOO 

a 1.00 

a 1.60 

al.60 

a 1.60 

al.60 

al.60 

1.50 

1.50 



a 2 per cent, 10 days. 



194 



EKPOBT OF THE PUBLIC PBIXTEB. 



. I. :4 by % inchu. tt poimds-^oDtlDDed. 

[■ Piiipundl'iiiKiT^aitDpaiiy Ticonderogi, X. Y.. 

iOdlb IllnnCAIniuiiy, Iia!)l[n,.r.-. :SM. 

Biy» P»lvrConiiir.ny, V i , 

Itup-tWI-MpMHIII-, :. 

XowVorkiind -fu. vHnia „y. . V-irk. N. Y 

Lot K>.— A,(iaDT<4mi, N« . :!t l<v .^ Inrhr.i. w pouodi: 

I'. H. nUtMtorCoiiJi.^., ^ ;:.... ■,: ,Fll 

(;»rt«r, fikwACo.HV-rj-'ifuiH-nj BoBton, Mass 

ifnri optoimnlef Wwhlngton, D. C 

W<-»t VIFElnlaTulpuiit 7i>|wr Compuf, Nev York, S. Y 

Tht J-*),Jp ,t M",ir" r,ii.r*oTnpiD)' FhUadelphla, !'■ 

TlccHi.dr... " I ..■ ■.iii|iiiBj' Tlcomlerogn. N". Y 

Bmltli, J i , [l«mm"ri>, M.l 

Kulaiiiai™, Mtrh 









I 'Wis I o 

W.-t ' 

■rti.- J, 



rlntlrllnl 'oin|«D7 Sprtng 'iroi'p. I'u. 

11 ihln^t™, U. (■ 



<i|>iinr. PMIvtrliihU. I-H 



BEPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTEB. 195 

Lot 23.-5,000 reams, No. 1, 24 by 38 inches, 48 pounds— Continued. 

Smith, Dixon Company, Baltimore, Md per pound.. S0.0355 

Bryant Paper Company, Kalamazoo, Mich , do 0366 

Imperial Paper Mills, Kalamazoo, Mich do 0356 

New York and Pennsylvania Company, New York, N. Y do 0365 

Lot 24.-5,000 reams, No. 1, 24 by 38 inches, 48 pounds: 

P. H. Glatfelter Company, Spring Grove, Pa do 0366 

Carter, Rice & Co. (Corporation), Boston, Mass do 0356 

Lewis Hopfenmaier, Washington, D. C do 0356 

West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company, New York, N. Y do 0866 

The Jessup & Moore Paper Company, Philadelphia, Pa do 037 

Ticonderoga Pulp and Paper Company, Ticonderoga, N. Y do 036 

Smith, Dixon Company, Baltimore, Md do 0356 

Bryant Paper Company, Kalamazoo, Mich do 0356 

Imperial Paper Mills, Kalamazoo, Mich do 0355 

New York and Pennsylvania Company, New York, N. Y do 0356 

Lot 25.-0,000 reams. No. 1, 24 by 38 inches, 48 pounds: 

Lewis Hopfenmaier, Washington, D. C do 042 

West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company, New York, N. Y do 039 

Bryant Paper Company, Kalamazoo, Mich do 042 

Imperial Paper Mills, Kalamazoo, Mich do 042 

New York and Pennsylvania Company, New York, N. Y do 0385 

Lot 20.-5,000 reams. No. 1, 38 by 48 inches, 96 pounds: 

.P. II. Glatfelter Company, Spring Grove, Pa do 037 

Carter, Rice & Co. (Corporation) , Boston, Mass do 037 

Lewis Hopfenmaier, Washington, D. C do 0355 

West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company, New York, N. Y do 037j 

The Jessup & Moore Paper Company, Philadelphia, Pa do 038 

Dobler <t Mudge, Baltimore, Md do 037 

Ticonderoga Pulp and Paper Company, Ticonderoga, N. Y do 037 

Claremont Paper Company, Claremont, N. H do V ». 037J 

Smith, Dixon Company, Baltimore, Md do 037 

Bryant Paper Company, Kalamazoo, Mich do 0356 

Imperial Paper Mills, Kalamazoo, Mich do 0356 

The Friend Paper Company, West Carrollton, Ohio do 037 

New York and Pennsylvania Company, New York, N, Y do 037 

Lot 27.-5,000 reams. No. 1, 38 by 48 inches, 96 pounds: 

P. H. Glatfelter Company, Spring Grove, Pa do 037 

Carter, Rice & Co. (Corporation) , Boston, Mass do 037 

Lewis Hopfenmaier, Washington, D. C do 0356 

West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company, New York, N. Y do 0375 

The Jessup & Moore Paper Company, Philadelphia, Pa do 037 

Ticonderoga Pulp and Paper Company, Ticonderoga, N. Y do 038 

Claremont Paper Company, Claremont, N. H do 038 

Smith, Dixon Company. Baltimore, Md do 037 

Bryant Paper Company, Kalamazoo, Mich do 0355 

Imperial Paper Mills, Kalamazoo, Mich do 0355 

The F'Tiend Paper Company, West Carrollton, Ohio ". .do 037 

New York and Pennsylvania Compnny , New York, N. Y do 0375 

Lot 28.-5,000 reams. No. 1, .38 by 48 inches, 96 pounds: 

P. H. Glatfelter Company, Spring CJrovo, Pa do 037 

Carter, Rice & Co. (Corporation), Boston, Mass do 037 

Lewis Hopfenmaier, Washington, D, C do 0365 

West. Virginia Pulp and Paper Company, New York, N. Y do 037 

The Jessup & Moore Paper Company, Philadelphia, Pa do 037 

Ticonderoga Pulp and Paper Company, Ticonderoga, N. Y do 037 

Claremont Paper Company, Claremont, X. H do 038 

Smith, Dixon Company, Baltimore, Md do 037 

Bryant Paper Company, Kalamazoo, Mich do 0355 

Imperial Paper Mills, Kalamazoo, Mich do 0355 

The Friend Paper Company, West Carrollton, Ohio do 037 

New York and Pennsylvania Company, New York, N. V do 037 

Lot 29.-6,000 reams. No. 1, 38 by 48 inches, 96 pounds: 

P. H. Glatfelter Company, Spring Grove, Pa do 037 

Carter, Rice & Cc^ (Corporation) , Boston, Mass do 037 

Lewis Hopfenmaier.^Wasliington, D. C do 0356 

West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company. New York, N. Y do 0376 

The Jessup & Moore Paper Company, Philadelphia, Pa ^«5> 'JKV 



192 REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 

Lot 5.- -5.000 reams. No. 1, 24 by 38 Inches, 48 pounds— Continued. 

Smith, Dixon Company, Baltimore. Md per pound. . $0. 0355 

Bryant Papor Company. Kalamazoo, Mich do 0355 

Imperial Paper Mills, Kalamazoo, Mich , do 0355 

New York and Pennsylvania Company, New York, N. Y do 036 

Lot 6.-5,000 roams, No. 1, 24 by 38 inches, 48 pounds: 

P. II. Glatfeltor Company, Spring Grove, Pa do 0355 

Carter, Rico & Co. (Corporation), Boston, Mass do 0355 

Lewis llopfenmalor, Washington, D. C do 0355 

West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company, New York, N. Y do 0355 

The .Jossup & Moore Paper Company, Philadelphia Pa do 037 

Ticondoroga Pulp and Paper Company, Ticonderoga, N. Y ^do 0355 

Tileston & 1 Idlings worth Company, Boston, Mass do 036 

Smith, Dixon Company, Baltimore, Md do 0355 

Bryant Paper Company, Kalamazoo, Mich .• do 0355 

Imperial Paper Mills, Kalamazoo, Mich do 0355 

New York and Pennsylvania Company, New York, N. Y do 036 

Lot 7.-5,000 roams. No. 1, 24 by 38 inches, 48 pounds: 

P. H. Glatfeltor Company, Spring Grove, Pa do 0355 

Carter, Rice & Co. (Corporation). Boston, Mass do.... .0355 

lx»wis llopfonmaior, Washington, D. C do 0355 

West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company, New York, N. Y do 036 

The Jossup <fc Monro Paper Company, Philadelphia, Pa do 0355 

Ticondoroga Pulp and Pajier Company, Ticonderoga, N. Y do 036 

Smith, Dixon Company, Baltimon>, Md do 0355 

Brj'ant Paper Company, Kalamazoo, Mich do 0355 

Imperial Paper M411s, Kalamazoo, Mich do 0355 

New York and Pennsylvania Company. New York, N. Y do 0355 

Lot 8.-5,000 reams, No. 1, 24 by 38 inches, 48 pounds: 

P. II. (Jlatfoltor Company, Spring Grove, Pa do 0355 

Carter, Rioe ct Co. incorporation). Boston, Mass do 0355 

U»wls 1 1 opfonniaior. Washington, 1). C do 0355 

West Virginia Pulp and Pajwr Company, New York, N. Y do 0355 

Tho.lossup A: .Moon' Papier Company. Philadelphia, Pa do 037 

Ticondoroga Pulp and PajH'r Company, Ticonderoga, N. Y do 036 

Smith. Dixon Company. Baltimon\ Md do 0355 

Bryant Pajx'r Company, Kalamazoo, Mich do 0355 

Imix^rial Paivr Mills, Kalamazoo, Mich do 0355 

Now York and Pennsylvania Company, Now York, N. Y do 0355 

Lot y.-o.lKH) HMims. No. 1. 24 by 38 inchos, 48 pomids: 

P. n. Glatfoltor Company. Spring Grove. Pa do 0355 

Carter. Ritv »V: Co. (Corporation), Boston, Mass do 0353 

I>>wis llopfonmaior. Wasliington, I). C do 0355 

West Virginia Pulp and Pa|H'r Company. Now York. N. Y do 036 

The .lossup iV: Moon* Pajx^r Company. Philadelphia, Pa do .037 

Tio(m(loroga Pulp and PniK-r Companv. Ticondoroga. N. Y do 0355 

Smith. l)l.\on Company. Haltimon«. .Md do 0355 

Bryant Pajx-r Company. Kalamazoo. Mioh do 0355 

lm]>«'rial Pa|H»r Mills. Kalama/oo, Mich do 0355 

Now York and Ponnsylvania Com]>any. Now York. N. Y do 0355 

Lot 10. .'•.(UK) n'lim.s. No. 1, 24 by :iS inohos. 48 pounds: 

P. 11. (;ijitf«lt«'r Company. Spring Gro\o. Pa do 0355 

Cartor. Riiv \ K.\^. (^Coq>o ration-. Boston, Mass do 0355 

Ii«»wis llopfonniah*r. Washington. D. C do 0355 

West Nirginia Pulp and l'aiH>r Company. Now York. N. Y do 0355 

The .b's.siip i^ Moon- PaiH>r Company. Phila-lolphla. Pa do 087 

Tioondoroga Pulp and PajH'r l'»>mpjnj> . TiiMuidoroga, N. Y do 0356 

Smith, Dixon I'ompnny, Baltimon'. Md do 0355 

Br\ant Pj)|><>r Comp.Miy. Kalamiiyoo. Mioh do 0355 

lm|M'risd Pmiht Mills. Kalamazoo. Mioh do 0355 

No\N \ork and Ponnsylvania Compjiny. Now York. N. V do 0355 

\a>K 11. .'>,(HK) n'ams. No 1. 24 l»y ;ts iiu-hrs, 4S pounds: 

P. 11. iJlatfoltor l'oTnpan> , Spring Grovr. Pa do 0356 

Carior. Kio»' A Co. vl'or]^^^ration . Itoston. Msi'ss ....do 0355 

Lowis llopfrnm.-nor. Washington. D. l' do 0355 

Wosi Virginin Pulp .-ind Pai^r I'ompjniy. N»'w York. N. V do 096 

Tho .b'.vsijp A Moon* PajxT Compnny. Pbil.idflpbia. Ph do 0355 

Tiroiulony^ii I'lilp mui r.«»|X'r Company. Vivoudorv^gA. N. V do .036 



REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PItlNTEB. 

Lot 33.— I.OOD mma. 38 liy 48 Incliei. 140 pniindii Cnntlnurii, 

InippHiil I'liper Mills, liiJiinuiioo. Mli-h per pounJ. 

TheFrieiiil 1-iip.T ComiMny Wi'st Canolltim. Ohin do... 

New Vorkand PeniHylvuniit ("ompany. Nf* Ynrk, N. Y do... 

Lfv\i lIoplenxoaieT Wiwhlnelon. I), C do... 

Wwt Vlrslnln I'lilpnnd I'npor Company New York, .V. Y do... 

ThoJMnipAUooiofmprrCotnpiiny, rhllHcWphk. I's do... 

nfeston A IlolllnestworUi Compiuiy fiiwtoti.Mms. do... 

Brj'nnl P»ppr Coinpuny Kalamaioo, Uich dir. ,. 

Impertil I'Bpor MlUa, Kalamaiflu, Mleh do... 

ThrPrirailPiipBrCompaay. WcHtCarrollton. llhto dn... 

New York and PpniiBylvMiliiCoinpiiny.Kow York. N. Y do... 

Lot 37.— I.oron<amti,2»tiy431nrhi'»,ji0poiindii: 

Lewis nopIfninitiBr.'Wisliiiiiiton ]> C. do... 

Wfsl ViTglnLB I'ulpmiil Piipi.rl'oiiipiiiiy Ni'w York, N, Y do.., 

ThpJfiKiipAMooroPiiperCoinpriny I"hlt«di-lpHlii, I'a do... 

Brynni Papsr l^oaipiiny Kulumiiioo, Uifh dn. ,. 

Imperial I'api^r Hills, KaUiinMf^j, Ulch do... 

Thp Frli-nd PaperCompany 'WrBt riirroUton Ohio do. . . 

N»w York and PfimKylvanioftimpony. New York, N'. Y do... 

Lot »«.- 6.000 Tcanii. Mi>yA^ inobss. 120 pouudH 

p 11. OlaitPlter ComiKUiy, ap ring Grove, I'a do... 

C«rtPr Rlci' *Co. (Corpotalion Eionloii, Uuas do. . . 

J*«(b opfrnmiiler Waahlnglon. D. C do. , . 

»>«t Virginia I'utpond raprrfompiiny, Xpw York, N. Y do... 

ThcJetellpAUoani PapprCompacy I'tuladBlphia. Va do... 

The Kaliimaioo I'a per Company XalamaHw, Ulrh do... 

TtlMton i Ilolilngiwoith t'ompany Bonton. Mssx do... 

Smith, DlMn Company BaltunorE, Md do... 

ilryam Paper <'omiiany Kalaaiaioo. Mloh do., , 

rapfrlal I'apFcUIUs, Kalamatoo, Uloh do... 

The Friend ?«i*r Company WnnCarrolllon. Ohin do... 

Sew York and Peunaylvmia Poinpuny. Nnw York, NY do... 

I^t JR.- S.IXOnMuiu>.i3gby4Hinidiiis, IK pounds: 

P. QlalfellvrCompuiy Spring drove, I'a dn, .. 

Carter Bioa iCo. (Corporatlonl Boston, Mans dn... 

Lewia opfannulor. WaatUngton, 1>. (' dn. .. 

Wosl Virginia Pulp and Papfrt'ompany New York. X. Y dn... 

The Joisup A Moore PB[i*r Tompany Phlladi-lphia, I'n do. . . 

Kalamazoo PaporOnmiiajiy KaJamntoo. HIcli dn.., 

Bmllh. DlionCampany, Baldnnim, Md. do.,, 

Bryant Papvr Company Kaiamszoo, Mioh do... 

Imperial Paprr Mills, Xotomaioo. Uirti do... 

The Friend I'n per Company, Wtst CarroJlton. IJhin do... 

The -New York and INumiylvanla Company New York, X, Y do. .. 

Lot «.— S,nOn!ama,38Hy «adiiehM,UOpoimd": 

r II Glatlelterfompany Spring Grove, Pa do.,. 

Carter RlwACo. (Corporatloni Iloston. JiUss dn... 

Lewis Hopfonmaler IVaahlngtoa, D. t- 'to.,. 

West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company, New York. X. Y do... 

The Jeaaup A Uoort PaperCompany Pblladelphln, I'a do. .. 

Kalamazoo Paper Company Kalamazoo, Mleh do. .. 

Smith, DlionOompuny, Balttmoie, Md do... 

Bryant I'aperCompany Kalamajoo, Miili do... 

Imperial Paper UUl»,littlajnaiioo,Mlih do... 

TheFrlwid P«p»r Cmnpauy. West Carrollloii, Ohio do... 

Now Vorkandl-ennnylvanU Compsny Nnw York, N. Y do... 

Lot 41 — 4,Iltfi Ivuat. BJ by SI) Inches, n pounds: 

P. ll Clattelti>r<lonipany Spring Cirove, Pa do... 

CartiT, Rlro * Co. (Corpomtlon Boston, Mass do, . . 

Lewis llnp/eniHiilHr 1\ a.ililnjrtoti. I». C <]■• .. 

V.:-M VirL'Li.,,, IMir.iii.i I ■..:.., r.,nipBny, New York, N. Y do... 

The Jeaaup A 'I ■ ■ i ii J-iny. I'hilmUdphiu, I'li dn,.. 

Smith, Diion Company, Haltimnrc. Sid dn. . . 

Bryant Paper Compiiny. Kalamazoo, Mifh dn... 

Imperbil Paper Ullle, KBUmnmn, Mich do. . . 

THeFrtendPaperCompany, West Carrollton, Ohio do... 

M«irYork»i«iPoninjlvanlaCompany, New York, X.V Ao., 



194 BEPOKT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 

Lot 17.-5,000 reams, No. 1, 24 by 38 Inches, 48 pounds— Continued. 

Ticonderoga Pulp and Paper Company, Ticonderoga, N. Y per pound. . 10. 0355 

Smith, Dixon Company, Baltimore, Md do 0355 

Bryant Paper Company, Kalamazoo, Mich do 0355 

Imperial Paper Mills, Kalamazoo, Mich do 0355 

New York and Pennsylvania Company, New York, N. Y do 0355 

Lot 18.-^,000 reams. No. 1, 24 by 38 inches, 48 pounds: 

P. H. Glatfoltcr Company, Spring Grove, Pa do 0355 

Carter, Rico & Co. (Corporation) , Boston, Mass do 0355 

Lewis nopfenmaier, Washington, D. C do 0355 

West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company, New York, N. Y do 0355 

The Jes.sup & Moore Paper Company, Philadelphia, Pa do 037 

Ticonderoga Pulp and Paper Company, Ticonderoga, N. Y do 0355 

Smith, Dixon Company. Baltimore, Md do 0355 

Bryant Paper Company, Kalamazoo, Mich do 0355 

Imperial Paper Mills, Kalamazoo, Mich do 0355 

New York and Pennsylvania Company, New York, N. Y do 0355 

Lot 19.-5,000 reams, No. 1, 24 by 38 inches, 48 pounds: 

P. 11. Glatfelter Company, Spring Grove, Pa do 0355 

Carter, Rice & Co. (Corporation) , Boston, Mass do 0355 

Lewis Hopfenmaier, Washington, D. C do 0355 

West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company, New York, N. Y 1 do 036 

The Jcssup & Moore Paper Company, Philadelphia, Pa do 037 

Ticonderoga Pulp and Paper Company, Ticonderoga, N. Y do 036 

Smith, Dixon Company, Baltimore, Md •. do 0355 

Bryant Paper Company, Kalamazoo, Mich do 0355 

Imperial Paper Mills, Kalamazoo, Mich do 0355 

New York and Pennsylvania Company, New York, N. Y do 0355 

Lot 20.-^,000 reams, No. 1, 24 by 38 inches, 48 pounds: 

P. ir. Glatfelter Company. Spring Grove, Pa do 0355 

Carter, Uice & Co. (Corporation) , Boston, Mass do 0355 

L«^wia Hopfi?nmaier, Washington, D. C do 0355 

West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company, New York, N. Y do 0355 

Thc^Jessup & Moore Paper Company, Philadelphia, Pa do 037 

Ticonderoga Pulp and Paper Company, Ticonderoga, N. Y do 036 

Smith. Dixon Company, Baltimore, Md do 0355 

Bryant Paper Company, Kalamazoo. Mich do 0355 

Imperial l^iper Mills, Kalamazoo, Mich do 0355 

New York and Pennsylvania Company, New York, N. Y do 0355 

Lot 21.- 5.nO0 reams. No. 1, 24 by ;i8 inches, 48 poimds: 

P. H. (Jlatfelter Company, Spring (irove, Pa do 0355 

Carter, Kice <fe Co. (Corporation'), Boston, Mass do 0355 

I>?^is I lopfenmaior, W a shingt on, I ) . C do 0355 

West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company, New York, N. Y do 036 

The Jessup A: Moore Paper Company, Philadelphia, Pa do 037 

Ticonderoga Pulp and I'aper Company, Ticonderoga, N. Y do 0356 

Smith. Dixon Company. Baltimore, Md do 0355 

Bryant Paper Company. Kalamazo.i, Mich * do 0355 

Imperial I'aper Mills, Kalamazoo. Mieh do 0355 

New York and Pennsylvania Company, New York, N, Y do 0355 

Lot 22. -VKK) reams. Xo. 1, 24 by 3S inches. 4K pounds: 

P. H. (Jlalfj'lter Company, Spring Grove, Pa do 0355 

('art<'r, lino, dc Co. (Cori>orati(mi, Bo.ston, Mass do 0355 

I>ewis n<)|)f<'nmaier, Washington. D. C do 0355 

Wrst Virginia Pulp and Paper Company, New York, N. Y -..do 0356 

The .b'ssu|» iV .Moon' pM{H'r Company. Philadelphia, Pa do 037 

TieondfrogH Pulp and Paper Company, Ticonderoga, N. Y do 0355 

Smith, Dixon Company, Baltimore. Md do 0355 

Bryant Pai)er Company, Kalamazoo, .Mich do 0365 

lm|K'rial Pa p<'r .Mills, Kalamazoo. .Mich do 0366 

New York and Pennsylvania Company, New York, N. Y do 0366 

Lot 2;i. ').(KM) reams. N(». 1, 24 by :<H inchosi, 4K pounds: 

P. n. (Jlatfclter Company, .S|)ring Grove. Pa do 0355 

Carter, Mice S: Co. (Corporation. Boston, Mass do 0355 

Ii<'\vis Hopfenmaier, Washington, D. C do 0356 

West Virginia Pulp and Pai>er Company, New York, N. Y do 036 

The .Ji'sswp ik .Moore Paper Company, Philadt»lphia, Pa do 087 

TicoijfU'.rof^n I'ulp iiiul Paper Con\pany. TlcondeTog,a, N. Y do 036 



REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 197 

Lot 35. — 4,000 reams, 38 by 48 inches, 140 pounds Continued. 

Imperial Paper Mills, Kalamazoo, Mich per pound. . $0,039 

The Friend Paper Company, West CarroUton. Ohio do 039 

New York and Pennsylvania Company, New York, N. Y do 039 

Lot 36.— 500 reams, ,*« by 48 inches, 120 poimds: 

Lewis Hopfenmaier, Washington, D. C do 039 

West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company, New York, N. Y do 04 

The Jessup & Moore Paper Company, Philadelphia, l*a do 039 

Tileston & HoUingsworth Company, Boston, Mass do 038 

Bryant Paper Company, Kalamazoo, Mich do-. . . . .039 

Imperial Paper Mills, Kalamazoo, Mich do 039 

The Friend Papt»r Company, West CarroUton. Ohio do 039 

New York and I'ennsylvania Company, New York, N. Y do 04 

Lot 37.-1,000 reams, 29 by 43 inches, 80 pounds: 

Lewis Hopfenmaier, Wi shington, D. C do 039 

West Virginia Pulp and I'aper Company, New York, N. Y do 04 

The Jessup & Moore Paper Company, Philadelphia, Pa do 039 

Brj'ant Paprr Company, Kalamazoo, Mich do 039 

Imperial Paper Mills, Kalamazoo, Mich do 039 

The Friend Paper Company, West ("arroUton, Ohio do 039 

New York and Pennsylvania Company, New York, N. Y do 0395 

Lot 38. -5,()C0 reams, 38 by 48 inches, 120 pounds: 

P. II. (Jlatfelter Company, Spring Grove, Pa do 039 

Carter, Rice «S: Co. (Corporation), Boston, Mass do 039 

Lewis Ilopfemnaier, Washington, D. C do 039 

West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company, New York, N. Y do 039 

The Jessup <fc Moore Paper Company. Philadelphia, Pa do 04 

The Kalamazoo Paper Company, Kalamazoo, Mich do 037 

Tileston & HoUingsworth ('ompany, Boston, Mass do 0375 

Smith, Dixon Company, Baltimore, Md do 039 

Brj'ant Pap<»r Company. Kalamazoo, Mich do 039 

Imperial PapT Mills, Kalamazoo. Mich do 039 

The Friend Paper Company, West CarroUton. Ohio do 039 

New York and I Vnnsylvania Company, New York, N. Y do 039 

Lot 39.- -o.OCO reams, '.iH by 48 inch(;s, 120 pounds: 

P. H. Glatfelt<'r ('ompany. Spring Orove, Pa do 039 

Carter, Rice & Co. (Corporation,), Boston, Mass do 039 

Lewis Hopfenmaier, Washington, D. C do 039 

We.*«t Virginia Pulp and Payjer Company, New York, N. Y do 039 

The Jessup A: Moore Paper ("ompany, Philadelphia, Pa do 04 

Kalamazoo Paper Company, Kalamazoo, Mich do 037 

Smith, Dixon Company, Baltimore, Md do 039 

Bryant Paper Company, Kalamazoo, Mich do 039 

Imperial Paper Mills, Kalamazoo, Mich do 039 

The Friend Pap<»r Company, We.st CarroUton, Ohio do 039 

The New York and Pennsylvania Company. New York, N. Y do 039 

Lot 40.-5,000 reams, 3S by 4S inches, 120 pounds: 

P. U. Glatfelt<'r Company, Spring Grove, Pa do 039 

Carter, Rice A: Co. (Corporation) , Boston, Mass do 039 

Lewis Hopfenmaier, Washington, D. C do 039 

West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company, New York, N. Y do 039 

The Jessup <fc Moore PajH'r Company, Philadelphia, Pa do 039 

Kalamazoo Paper Company, Kalamazoo, Mich do 037 

Smith, Dixon Company, Baltimore, Md do 039 

Bryant Paper Company, Kalamazoo, Mich do 039 

Imperial Paper Mills, Kalamazoo, Mich do 030 

The Friend Paper Company, West CarroUton, Ohio do 039 

New York and Pennsylvania Company, New York, N. Y do 039 

Lot 41.-4,000 reams, 22J by 31i inches, 42 pounds: 

P. II. Glatfelter Company, Spring Grove, Pa do 039 

Carter, Rice & Co. (Corporation), Boston, Mass do 039 

Lewis Hopfenmaier, Washington, D. C do 039 

West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company, New York, N . Y do 0395 

The Jessup & Moore Paper Company, Philadelphia, Pa do 042 

Smith, Dixon Company, Baltimon', Md do 039 

Bryant Paper Company, Kalamazoo, Mich do 039 

Imperial Paper Mills, Kalamazoo, Mich do 039 

The Friend Paper Company, West CarroUton, Ohio do Q3Q 

New York and Pennsylvania Company, New York, N . Y <io ^^^^ 



196 REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 

Lot 29.-5,000 reams, No. 1, 3S by 48 inches, 96 pounds— Continued. 

Ticonderoga Pulp and Paper Company, Ticonderoga, N. Y per pound. . 10.038 

Claremont Paper Company, Clareroont. X. H do 039 

Smith. Dixon C-ompany, Baltimore, Md do 037 

Bryant Paper Company, Kalamazoo. Mich do 0355 

Imperial Paper Mills, Kalamazoo, Mich do 0355 

The Friend Paper Company, West CarroUton, Ohio do 037 

New York and Pennsylvania Company. New York, N. Y do 037 

Lot 30.— 1.000 reams, No. 1, 3S inches in width: 

P. H. Glatlelter Company, Spring Grove, Pa do 037 

Carter, Rice & Co. (Corporation). Boston, Mass do 037 

Lewis Ilopfenmaior, Washington, D. C .do 0355 

West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company, New York, N. Y do 0375 

Smith, Dixon Company, Baltimore, Md do 037 

Bryant Paper Company, Kalamazoo, Mich do 0355 

lmp)erial Paper Mills, Kalamazoo, Mich do 0355 

The Friend Paper Company, West CarroUton, Ohio do 037 

New York and Pennsylvania Company, New York, N. Y do 037 

Lot 31.-12,000 pounds, No. 1, 24 by 38 inches, 40 pounds: 

Lewis Ilopfenmaier, Washington, D. C do 042 

West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company, N<'W York, N. Y do OSS 

Bryant Paper Company, Kalamazoo, Mich do 042 

Imperial Paper Mills, Kalamazoo. Mich do 042 

New York an<l Pennsylvania Company, New York, N. Y do 099 

BOOK PRI.NTLNG F.\rER (LASS B. 

Lot 32.- (i.OOO reams. 24 l)y 32 inches. 4.') pounds: 

P. 11. (llatfelter Company. Spring (Jrove, Pa ix*r pound.. $0,039 

Carter, Kiev A: Co. (Corporation i , Boston, Mass do 099 

I>'wis Ilopfenniiiier. Wa.shington. D. C do 099 

West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company. New York, N. Y do 0996 

The .Tessup S: Moon> Paix»r Company. Philadelphia. Pa do 099 

Smith. Dixon Company. Baltim ^re, Md do 099 

Bryant PajxT Company, KalaniHZoo, Mich do 099 

Imperial I'aper Mills. Kalamazoo, Mich do 099 

The Friend Pap<'r Company, West CarroUton, Ohio do 039 

New York and Pennsylvania Company, New York. N. Y do 0995 

Lot 33.- 2..')()0 ri'ams. .32 l>y 4H inches, <>0 potnids: 

P. H. Cilatfelter Company. Spring (irove. Pa do 042 

Carter. Bice A: Co. (Corporation). Boston. Mass do 042 

J^'wis Ilopfenmaier, Washington, D. C do 099 

West Virginia Pulp and Pap<*r Company. New York. N. Y do 04 

The Jessup 6: .Moon' Pap<'r Company, Philadelphia. Pa do 039 

Smith, Dixon Company. Brtltimon', Md do 042 

Bryant Paper Company. Kalanuizoo, Mich do 099 

Imp*'rial Papc-r .Mills, Kalamazoo. Mich do 039 

The Friend Pap«'r Company, West CarroUton, Ohio do 039 

New York and Pennsylvania Company. New York, N. Y do 0995 

Lot 34. 2Jin) n-ams. 24 by .'iH inches. 70 [>ounds: 

P. 11. (ilatfelter Company. Spring (Irove. Pa do 099 

Carter. Kie<' A Co. (Cori)oration). Boston. Mass ; do 099 

I>'wis llopfi-ninaier. Washington. I). C do 099 

West Virginia IMilp and Pap<'r Company. New York. N. Y do 0995 

The .le.ssiip <V- .Moon- Pa|w'r C<mipany. Philadelphia. Pa do 099 

rile»«ton <V. Hollingsworth Company. Boston. Mass do 098 

Smith. Dixon ( oinpany. Baltimon-. Md do 099 

Brviint Pajx-r Company. Kalamazoo. Mich do 099 

Iniixrial I'ap<'r Mills. Kalamazoo, .Mich do 099 

Thf Fri«'tid Pajx-r Company. West CarroUton. Ohio do 099 

New York and Pennsylvania Company. New York. .N. V do 0995 

IvOt 3.>. 4.00U r»' iiii»i. :iH by 4M inches. 140 poimds: 

P. II. < llatfelter Company. Spring < I rove. Pa do 099 

Carter. Ki<*«' «.V Co. (Corporation'. Boston. Mass do 090 

I>'wis Ilopfenmaier. Wa**hinglon. I). C. do 099 

W»'>t Virginia Pulp and Paix'r Company. New York. N. Y do 099 

rh« .b'ssiip A- MrM>n' Paix-r Company. Philadelphia, Pa do 04 

.^niHh, Dixon Company. Baltimon-, Md do 

Itryant rufMT Compnny. Kalamazoo. Mich do.... 



REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 197 

Lot 35. — 4,000 reams. 38 by 48 inches, 140 pounds— Continued. 

Imperial Paper Mills, Kalamazoo, Mich per pound . . $0. 039 

The Friend Paper Company, West CarroUton. Ohio do 039 

New York and Pennsylvania Company, New York, N. Y do 039 

Lot 36.— 500 reams, 32 by 48 inches, 120 pounds: 

Lewis Hopfenmaier, Washington. D. C do 039 

West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company, New York, N. Y do 04 

The Jessup & Moore Paper Company, Philadelphia. Pa do 039 

Tileston & Hollingsworth Company, Boston, Mass do 038 

Br>'ant Paper Company, Kalamazoo, Mich da. . , . .039 

Imperial Paper Mills, Kalamazoo, Mich do 039 

The Friend Paper Company, West CarroUton, Ohio do 039 

New York and Pennsylvania Company, New York, N. Y do 04 

Lot 37.— 1.000 reAms, 29 by 43 inches, 80 pounds: 

Lewis Hopfemnaier, Wi shington. D. C do 039 

West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company. New York, N. Y do 04 

The Jessup & Moore Paper Company, Philadelphia. Pa do 039 

Br>'ant Paper Company, Kalamazoo. Mich do 039 

Imperial Paper Mills, Kalamazoo, Mich do 039 

The Friend Paper Company. West CarroUton, Ohio do 039 

New York and Pennsylvania Company, New York, N. Y do 0395 

Lot 38.-5,000 reams, 38 by 48 inches, 120 pounds: 

P. H. Glatfelter Company, Spring Grove, Pa do 039 

Carter, Rice & Co. (Corporation), Boston, Mass do 039 

Lewis Hopfenmaier, Washington, D. C do 039 

West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company, New York, N. Y do 039 

The Jessup & Moore Paper Company, Philadelphia, Pa do 04 

The Kalamazoo Paper Company, Kalamazoo, Mich do 037 

Tileston & Hollingsworth Company, Boston, Mass do 0375 

Smith, Dixon Company, Baltimore, Md do 039 

Bryant Paper Company, Kalamazoo, Mich do 039 

Imperial Paper Mills, Kalamazoo, Mich do 039 

The Friend Paper Company, West CarroUton, Ohio do 039 

New York and Pennsylvania Company, New York, N. Y do 039 

Lot 39.— 5,0C0 reams, 38 by 48 inches, 120 pounds: 

P. II. Glatfelter Company, Spring Grove, Pa do 039 

Carter, Rice & Co. (Corporation) , Boston, Mass do 039 

Lewis Hopfenmaier, W'ashington, D. C do 039 

W^est Virginia Pulp and Pai)er Company, New York, N. Y do 039 

The Jessup & Moore Paper Company, Philadelphia, Pa do 04 

Kalamazoo Paper Company, Kalamazoo, Mich do 037 

Smith, Dixon Company, Baltimore, Md do 039 

Bryant Paper Company, Kalamazoo, Mich do 039 

Imperial Paper MiUs, Kalamazoo, Mich do 039 

The Friend Paper Company, West CarroUton, Ohio do 039 

The New York and Pennsylvania Company, New York, N. Y do 039 

Lot 40.-5,000 reams, 38 by 48 inches, 120 pounds: 

P. H. Glatfelter Company, Spring Grove, Pa do 039 

Carter, Rice & Co. (Corporation) , Boston, Mass do 039 

Lewis Hopfenmaier, Washington, D. C do 039 

West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company, New York, N. Y do 039 

The Jessup & Moore Paper Company, Philadelphia, Pa do 039 

Kalamazoo Paper Company, Kalamazoo, Mich do 037 

Smith, Dixon Company, Baltimore, Md do 039 

Bryant Paper Company, Kalamazoo, Mich do 039 

Imperial Paper Mills, Kalamazoo, Mich do 039 

The Friend Paper Company, West CarroUton, Ohio do 039 

New York and Pennsylvania Company, New York, N. Y do 039 

Lot 41.-4,000 reams, 22J by 31i inches, 42 pounds: 

P. H. Glatfelter Company, Spring Grove, Pa do 030 

Carter, Rice & Co. (Corporation), Boston, Mass do 039 

Lewis Hopfenmaier, Washington, D. C <lo 039 

West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company, New York, N. V do 0395 

The Jessup & Moore Paper Company, Philadelphia, Pa do 042 

Smith, Dixon Company, Baltimore, Md do 039 

Bryant Paper Company, Kalamazoo, Mich do 039 

Imperial Paper Mills, Kalamazoo, Mich do 039 

The Friend Paper Company, West CarroUton, Ohio do Q3a 

New York and Pennsylvania Company, New York, N . Y ^Q ^^ 



198 



REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 



Lot 42.— 500 reams, 22} by 31 i inches, 40 pounds: 

Lewis Hopfenmaier, Washington, D. C per pound.. 

West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company, New York, N. Y do 

The Jessup & Moore Paper Company, Philadelphia, Pa do 

Bryant Paper Company, Kalamazoo, Mich do 

Imi)erial Paper Mills, Kalamazoo, Mich do 

The Friend Paj)er Company, West CarroUton, Ohio do 

New York and Pennsylvania Company, New York, N. Y do 

Lot 43.-10,000 roams, 31J by 4.5J. SO pounds: 

P. H. Glalfoiter Company. Spring Grove, Pa do 

Carter, Rice & Co. (Corporation) , Boston, Mass do 

I^wis Hopfenmaier, Washington. I). C do 

West Virginia Pulp and Pajx'r Company, New York, N. Y do 

Smith. Dixon Company, Baltimore, Md -...do 

Bryant Paper Company, Kalamazoo, Mich do 

ImiK>rial Paper Mills. Kalamazoo, Mich do 

Thr' Friend PapcT Company, West CarroUton, Ohio do 

Now York and Pennsylvania Company, New York, N. Y do 

Lot 44.— 500 reams, 3<< inches in width : 

I^ewis Hopfonmaior, Washington. I). C do 

West Virginia Pulp andJ'ai)er Company, New York, N. Y do 

Jessiip & Moore Paper Company. Philadelphia, Pa do 

Bryant Paper Company, Kalamazoo, Mich , do 

Imp<Tial Papt»r Mills, Kalamazoo, Mich do 

New York and Pennsylvania Company. New York. N. Y do 

.IXTigiE MACIIIKK-KI.M.SH PRINTIXG I'.VPER. 

Lot 45. -20^> r.'ams, any siz<' or weight not ♦•xceoding 2«"» by 40 inches: 

Dohbr iV .Mudg<'. Baltimore, Md per pound.. 

Ticondj-roga Pulp and Paper Company, Ticonderoga, N. Y do 

Reading Pap<»r Mills, Reading, Pa do 

R. P. .Vndn-ws Paper Company, Washington, D. C do 

Lot 4<). 300 n-anis, d'-ckle edg(», any size or weight not excee<ling 2*) by 40 inches: 

Carter, Rice «i: Co. (Corporation). Boston, Mass do 

The Whitaker PaixT Company, Cincinnati, Ohio do 

Reading PajxT Mills, Reading, Pa do 

R. P. .\iidn'ws PapT Company, Washington, l). C do 

Lot 47. KM) reams, antique wove, any size or weight not excerwling 2S l)y 40 inches: 

Reading Pai)er Mills, Reading, Pa do 

R. r. Andrews Pjiper Company, Washington. D. C do 

Lot 4S. l.V) reams, wove machine finish, .'tO^ *>>' 41 inches, 120 pounds: 

R«'ading I'afjer Mills, Reading, Pa do 

R. 1', Andrews PajxT Company, Washington, 1), C do 

I>ot 49. 25 reams, antiqtie-wove, d»'cl<le-<»<lge cover [»aiM>r, any color, lOi by 28 inches, 32 pounds: 

The Whitaker I'a|M'r Company, Cincinnati, Ohio per pound.. 

R. 1'. .Vndrews I'ajxT C<)mpany, Wa.'ihington. 1). C do 

WRITING PAPER. 

Lot 5f).— 1.0(X) reams white <louble cap, 17 by 28 inches: 

I>ee Pai)er Company, Vicksburp, Mich per pound. 

Valley Paj>er Company. Holyoke. Mass do... 

R. I'. Andrews Paf)er Company, Washington, I). C do... 

Arnerican Writing Pajier Comi)any, Holyoke, Mass do... 

Lot 51. — 4.nO() reams <louble eap fany color;, 17 by 28 inches: 

I^'O I'a|)«!r Company, Vicksburg, Mich do... 

R. P. Andrews I'ajier Comimny, Washingtcm, D. C do... 

.\meriean Writing Pai>er Company, Holyoke, Mass do.. . 

Lot .')'_>. —2. .'(00 n'ams white demy. 10 by 21 inches: 

Ijpo PajHT Comjiany, Nicksburg. .Mich do... 

Valley l'ai>er Comimny, Holyoke. .Mass do... 

R. P. Andrews PajK'r Company, Washington. I). C do... 

Ameriean Writing Pajjer Company, Holyoke, .Mass do... 

Lot .Vi. ijjtn) reams white <loul>le demy, 21 by 32 inches: 

Lee I'ajH'r Company. Vieksburp. .Mich do 

R. V. Andrews Vn]>*'r Cnmpany. Washington. D. C do... 

.\merjeun Writinp Paper <'omj»any. Holyoke, .Mass do... 



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.042 
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.04 

.039 

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.105 
.115 
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.065 

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.06 



BEPORT OF THE PUBLIC PBINTER. 199 

Lot 54.-2,000 reams double demy (any color), 21 by 32 inches: 

Lee Paper Company, Vicksburg, Mich iper pound . . SO. 068 

R. P. Andrews Paper Company, Washington, D. C do 081 

American Writing Paper Company, Holyoke, Mass do 07 

Lot 55.— 100 reams white folio post, 17 by 22 inches: 

Lee Paper Company, Vicksburg, Mich do 065 

Valley Paper Company, Holyoke, Mass do 085 

R. P. Andrews Paper Company, Washington, I). C do 08 

American Writing Paper Company, Holyoke, Mass do 06 

Lot 56. — 100 reams blue folio post, 17 by 22 Uiches: 

Lee Paper Company, Vicksburg, Mich do 068 

R. P. Andrews Paper Company, Washington, D. C do 081 

American Writing Paper Company, Holyoke, Mass do 067 

Lot 57.-3,000 reams white double folio post, 22 by 34 inches: 

Lee Paper Company, Vicksburg, Mich do 065 

Valley Paper Company, Holyoke, Mass do 085 

R. P. Andrews Paper Company, Washington, D. C do 08 

American Writing Paper Company, Holyoke,' Mass do 06 

Lot 58.— 100 reams blue double folio post, 22 by 34 inches: 

Lee Paj)er Company, Vicksburg, Mich do OCS 

R. P. Andrews Paper Company, Washington. D. C do 081 

American Writing Paper Company, Holyoke. Mass do 067 

Lot 59.-1,000 reams white medium, 18 by 23 inches: 

Lee Paper Company, Vicksburg, Mich do 065 

Valley Paper Company, Holyoke, Mass do 085 

R. P. Andrews Paper Company, Washington, D. C do 08 

American Writing Paper Company, Holyoke, Mass : do 06 

Lot 60.— 100 reams blue medium, 18 by 23 inches: 

Lee Paper Company, Vicksburg, Mich do 08 

R. P. Andrews Paper Company, Washington, D. C do 081 

American Writing Paper Company, Holyoke, Mass do 067 

Lot 61.-1,000 reams white royal, 19 by 24 inches: 

Lee Paper Company, Vicksburg, Mich do 065 

R. P. Andrews Paper Company, Washington, D. C do 08 

American Writing Paper Company, Holyoke, Mass do 06 

Lot 62.— 100 reams blue royal, 19 by 24 inches: 

Lee Paper Company, Vicksburg, Mich do 068 

R. P. Andrews Paper Company, Washington, D. C do 081 

American Writing Paper Company, Holyoke, Mass do 067 

Lot 63.— 500 reams white superroyal, 20 by 28 inches: 

Lee Paj)er Company, Vicksburg, Mich do 065 

R. P. Andrews Paper Company, Washington, D. C do 08 

American Writing Paper Company, Holyoke, Mass do 06 

Lot 64.— 100 reams blue superroyal, 20 by 28 Inches: 

Lee Paper Company, Vicksburg, Mich. do 068 

R. P. Andrews Paper Company, Washington, D. C do 081 

American Writing Paper Company, Holyoke, Mass do 067 

Lot 65. — 500 roams white Imperial, 23 by 31 Inches: 

Lee Paper Company, Vicksburg, Mich do 065 

R. P. Andrews Paper Company, Washington, D. C do 08 

American Writing Paper Company, Holyoke, Mass do 06 

Lot 66.-100 reams blue Imperial, 23 ))y 31 Inches: 

Lee Paper Company, Vicksburg, Mich do 068 

R. P. Andrews Paper Company, Washington, D. C do 081 

American Writing Paper Company, Holyoke, Mass . .do 067 

Lot 67.-5,000, reams writing paper, white, 28 inches in width: 

Lee Paper Company, Vicksburg, Mich do 065 

R. P. Andrews PajKjr Company, Washington. D. C do 08 

American Writing Paper Company, Holyoke, Mass do 06 

Lot 68.— 200 reams writing paper, colored, 28 inches in width: 

Lee Paper Company, Vicks))urg, Mich do 07 

R. P. Andrews Paper Company, Washington. D. C do 081 

American Writing Paper Company, Holyoke, Muss do 07 

Lot 69.— 100 reams golden envelope paper, 19 by 24 inches, 28 pounds: 

Lee Paper Company, Vicksburg, Mich do 10 

R. P. Andrews Paper Company, Washington, D. C do 10 



200 REPORT. OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 

WRITING PAPER. 

Lot 70. —3.S()0 reams whito doubU' cap. 17 by 28 inches, 32 pounds, in 17-inch rolls at 250 pounds 
each: 

P. H. (llatfeller Company. Spring Grove. Pa per pound. . fO. 045 

Cart^T, Rice & Co. (Corporation), Boston, Mass : do 055 

Lewis Hopfenmaier. Washington, D. C do 049 

West Virginia Pulp ami Paper Company, New York, N. Y v do 043 

Kalamazoo Paper Company. Kalamazoo, Mich do 047 

R. P. Andrews Papc^r Company. Washington, D. C do 043 

Br>'ant Paper Company. Kalamazoo. Mich do 049 

Imperial Pap<'r Mills. Kalamazoo. Mich do 049 

Lot 71.— <'>.(X)0 reams white <lonblecap, 17 by 28 inches, 3<> pounds, 17-inch rolls at 250 pounds 
each: 

P. H. (Ilatfelter Company. Spring <;rove. Pa per pound.. .045 

Carter, Rice & Co. (Corporation). Boston. Mass do 065 

Lewis Hopfenmaier, Washington. I). C do 049 

West \trginia Pulp and Pap«*r Company. New York, N. Y do 043 

Kalamazoo Pap«'r Company, Kalamazoo, Mich do 046 

R. P. Andrews Pap<'r Company. Washington, D. C do 043 

Bryant Pap<'r Company. Kalamazoo. Mich do 049 

ImjK'rial Paper Mills. Kalamazoo. Mich do 049 

Lot 72.- ^.000 reams white double d»'my. 21 !»y ,32 inches, 2,') pounds, in 21-inch rolls of 300 pounds 
each: 

Carter, Hice 6i Co. (Corporation;. Boston. Mass per pound.. .065 

L«'wis Hopfi'nmaifT. Washington. I). C do 049 

W«'st Virginia Pulp an«l PajK^T Company. New York, N. Y do 067 

Kaljimazoo Pap<'r Comi)any. Kalamazoo, Mich do 064 

U. P. .\ndrews I'ajx-r Company. Wa.shington. D. C do (K7 

Bryant Pap<'r Company. Kalamazoo. Mich do 049 

ImiM'rial Pa|X'r Mills. Kalaniaz<M). Mich do 049 

Lot T.i. 2.;«X)nanis white <loiibl«(l«my. 21 by ;12 inches. 34 pounds, in 21-inch rolls of 300 pounds: 

Carter. Ric»' «V Co. (Corporation!. Boston, Mass per pound.. .056 

Lr\vi«* IIoT-fcnniai'T. Washington. 1). C do 049 

Wrst Virginia Pulp ami Vu] i-r Com|any. New York, N. Y do 044 

Kalamazoo Pa|MT Conipany. Kalamazoo. Mieh do 047 

K. N. McDonald tV Co.. Baltimop-. -Md do 065 

k. P. Aiidri'ws Pap<r Company. Wnshington. I). C do 044 

Bryant Pa[><'r (Vnnpany. Kalamazoo, Mich do 040 

IrniMTial Paper Mills. Kalamazot*. Mich do 049 

Lot 7 J. \Mn) reams \vhit«'floul<l« (l<niy.21 !»y :i2 inches, 4() pounds, in 21-inch rolls of 300 pounds: 

Carter. Klcc A: Co. (Corporation). Boston. Mass per I>ound. . .056 

L«\vis lloiifcnmaier. Washington. I». C do 049 

Wrst \irginia Pulp .md Paper Company. New York, K. Y do 044 

Kalama/.oo Pafn-r Tompany. Ka la nut zoo. Mich do 047 

F. .\. .McDonald «N. Co.. Baltimore. .Md do 065 

K. P. Andn'ws Paper Company. Wushington. D. C. 1 do 044 

Bryant Paper Cr»mpany. Kalamazoo. .Mich do 049 

InijM-nal Paper Mills. Kalamazoo. Mich do 049 

Lot 7.'.. 2.-W)U reams white doiiblr deniy. 21 by .'{2 inches. .K) pounds. In 21-inch rolls of 300 pounds: 

P. n. < ilatfelter Company. Spring <Jrove. Pa per pound.. .045 

('.•irtir. liu-i' tV Co. (Corj'oratioin. Boston. Mass do 065 

I euis Hopfrnmaier. WMshington. D. C do 019 

W.viT X'irgjnia Pulp and Paper Company. New York. N. Y do 043 

K;iiania/oo I'aper Company. K.tlamazoo, Mich do 046 

P.N. McDonald .V Co.. Baltini(»r.'. Md do 065 

K. I' AikIp \vs Pap«r Conjpany. Washington. I). C do 043 

Bryant Paper Company. Kalamazoo. Mich do 049 

1mij>« rial Paper Mills. Kalamazoo. Mich do 049 

WRITING l'.\PKR. 

L"f 7t. .; iMNi ream*, uhit*-. 2A i.v .2 ineh.v. 27 jwiunds, in 23-inch rolls of 300 pounds each: 

( .irf. r. Bice A. Co. Corporation . Boston, Mas.H per pound.. 90.(66 

I,<u i>. llopf«nma-er. Wa^hiriuMon. D. C do 049 

\\"-T \;rginia l'Ml[)an<l I'aiw r Company. .N'ew York. N. V do 067 

K.ii.iiiia/,oo l'a|M-r Coinpanv. K.»laiii,izo«i, Mich dO.... .054 

I: I' \n<irews PajM-r <'omp.iny. Washington. D. C do Off 

}''r\.in\ I'aiMT Company. Ka la ma /<•<». Ma-h dO.... 

J!:-I'*n:il I'ujHT Mlih. KajalJ.a/oo. Mich dO.... 



BEPOBT OF THE PUBUC PMNTEB. 201 

Lot 77.— 200 reams white. 23 by 36 inches. 52 pounds, in 23-inch rolls of 300 pounds each: 

Carter. Rice & Co. (Corporation). Boston, Mass per pound.. $0,055 

Lewis Hopfenmaier. Washington. D. C do 049 

West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company, New York, N. Y do 044 

Kalamazoo Paper Company, Kalamazoo, Mich do 047 

R. P. Andrews Paper Company. Washington, D. C do 044 

Bryant Paper Company, Kalamazoo, Mich do 049 

Imperial Paper Mills, Kalamazoo, Mich do 049 

Lot 78.-1,000 reams white, any required size, to be not less than on a basis of 17 by 22 inches. 13 
pounds or over 28 pounds, in rolls from 17 to 27 inches wide as ordered: 

Lewis Hopfenmaier. Washington, D. C per pound. . .049 

West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company, New York. N. Y do 056 

Kalamazoo Paper Company, Kalamazoo, Mich do 055 

R. P. Andrews Paper Company, Washington, D. C do 065 

Bryant Paper Company, Kalamazoo. Mich do 049 

Imperial Paper Mills, Kalamazoo, Mich do 049 

COVER PAPER. 

Lot 79.— 2.000 reams cover paper, Sample A. any size, weight, or color: 

Lewis Hopfenmaier, Washington, D. C per pound.. $0,039 

Kalamazoo Paper Company, Kalamazoo, Mich do 039 

R. P. Andrews Paper Company, Washington, D. C do 038 

Bryant Paper Company, Kalamazoo, Mich do 039 

Philip Lindemoyr. Baltimore. Md do 064 

Imperial Paper Mills. Kalamazoo, Mich do 039 

The Diem & Wing Paper Company, Cincinnati. Ohio do 0385 

Lot 80.-1,000 reams cover paper of any size, weight, or color, Sample B: 

Lewis Hopfenmaier. Washington, D. C do 049 

Kalamazoo Paper Company, Kalamazoo, Mich do 048 

R. P. Andrews Paper Company, Washington. D. C do 047 

Bryant Paper Company, Kalamazoo. Mich do 049 

Imperial Paper Mills, Kalamazoo, Mich do 049 

The Diem & Wing Paper Company, Cincinnati. Ohio do 0475 

PLATE PAPER. 

Lot 81.-1,000 pounds plate paper (first class) of any size, weight, or tint: 

Valley Paper Company, Holyoke, Mass do $0. 15 

MAP PAPER. 

Lot 82.-125,000 pounds map paper of any size and weight, not exceeding 37 by 62 hiches: 

Carter. Rice & Co. (Corporation), Boston, Mass per pound.. $0.12 

R. P. Andrews Paper Company, Washington, D. C do 123 

SUPERTINE COATED BOOK PAPER AND HALF-TONE WRITINQ PAPER. 

Lot 83.-600,000 pounds superfine double- coated book paper of any size, weight, or tint: 

Lewis Hopfeimiaier, Washington, D . C per pound . . $0. 0525 

The Whltaker Paper Company. Cincinnati, Ohio do 0625 

R. P. Andrews Paper Company, Washington, D. C do 053 

Bryant Paper Company, Kalamazoo, Mich do 0525 

Imperial Paper Mills, Kalamazoo, Mich do 0625 

Champion-International Company, Lawrence. Mass do 066 

Dtam & Wing Paper Company, Cincinnati. Ohio do 0646 

Lot 84.-100,000 pounds superfine single-ooated book paper of any size, weight, or tint: 

Lewis Hopfenmaier, WasWngton, D. C per pound.. .048 

Wliltaker Paper Company, Cincinnati, Ohio do 048 

R. P. Andrews Papsr Company, Washington, D. C do 062 

Bryant Paper Comptny, Kalamazoo, Mich do 044 

Imperial Paper Milli, Kalamazoo, Mich do 044 

Cbamplon-IntemAtlonal Company, Lawrence, Mass do 0616 

Diem it Wiof Paper Company, Cincinnati, Ohio do 049 

Lot 81^— 6,000 pouttdi half-tone wove writing paper, any size, weight, or tint, not to exceed 24 by 
88iDelMe,6l90imds: 

VaQl^ Fspir Company, Holyoke,Mass per pound.. .14 

SoMk ]>iitribatiiig Company. New York City do 12 

R.7. Aadrews Paper Company, Washington, D.C do 119 

AflPMrlotn Writing Ftsptr Company, Holyoke, Mass do 10 

18^37— S. Doc. 6, 60-1 14 



192 BEPORT OF THE PUBLIC PBINTEB. 

Lot 5.— 5.000 reams, No. 1, 24 by 38 Inches, 48 pounds— Continued. 

Smith. Dixon Company, Baltimore, Md per pound.. SO. 0355 

Bryant Paper Company. Kalamazoo, Mich do 0355 

Imperial Paper Mills, Kalamazoo, Mich do 0355 

New York and I^ennsyh^ania Company, New York, N. Y do 036 

Lot 6.— 5.000 reams. No. 1, 24 ))y 38 inches, 48 pounds: 

P. H. Glatfelter Company, Spring Grove, Pa do 0355 

Carter. Uiee & Co. (Corporation), Boston, Mass do 0355 

Lewis Hopfenmaier, Washington, D. C do 0365 

West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company, New York, N. Y do 0355 

The Jessup & Moore Paper Company, Philadelphia Pa do 037 

Ticonderoga Pulp and Paper Company, TIconderoga, N. Y ^do 0355 

Tileston & Hollingsworth Company. Boston, Mass do 036 

Smith, Dixon Company, Baltimore, Md do 0355 

Br>'ant Paix?r Company, Kalamazoo, Mich .- do 0355 

Imperial Paper Mills, Kalamazoo, Mich do 0355 

New York and Pennsylvania Company, New York, N. Y do 036 

Lot 7.— 5.000 reams. No. 1, 24 by 38 inches, 48 poimds: 

P. H. Glatfelt4^r Company, Spring Grove, Pa do 0355 

Carter, Rice & Co. (Corporation). Boston, Mass do 0355 

Lewis Hopfenmaier, Washington, D. C do 0355 

West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company, New York, N. Y do 036 

The Jessup & Moore Paper Company, Philadelphia, Pa do 0355 

Ticonderoga Pulp and PaiK»r Company, Ticonderoga, N. Y do 036 

Smith, Dixon Company, Baltimore, Md do 0355 

Brjanl Paper Company. Kalamazoo, Mich do 0355 

Imperial Paper Mills, Kalamazoo, Mich do 0355 

New York and Pennsylvania Company. New York. N. Y do 0355 

Lot 8.— 5,000 reams. No. 1, 24 by 38 inches, 48 pounds: 

P. II. (Jlatfelter Company. Spring Grove, Pa do 0356 

Carter. W'xcv <\. Co. (Corporation), Boston, Mass do 0356 

I>ewis IIopf<>ninaier. Washington, D. C do 0355 

Wes^t Virginia Pulp and Paper Company, New York. N. Y do 0356 

The Je.Hsup A: Moore Papier Company. Philadelphia, Pa do 037 

Ticonderoga Pulp and Paper Company, Ticonderoga, N. Y do 036 

Smith, Dixon Company. Baltimore, Md do 0355 

Bryant I'ap^T Company, Kalamazoo. Mich do 0355 

Imp<'rial I'ajHT Mills, Kalamazoo, Mich do 0355 

New York and Pennsylvania Company, New York, N. Y do 0355 

Lot 9.— .5.0(K) reams. No. 1. 24 by 38 inches, 48 pounds: 

P. 11. Glatfelter Company. Spring Grove, Pa do 0355 

Carter. !iie«' iV Co. (Corporation), Boston, Mass do 0353 

Lewis Hopfenmaier. Wa.shington, D. C do 0355 

West Virginia I'ulp and Pa p<>r Company. New York. N. Y do 036 

The .lessup tV Moore Pajjer Company. Philadelphia. Pa do 037 

Ticonderoga Pulp and Pap<'r Companv. Ticonderoga, N. Y do 0355 

Smith. Dixon Company, Baltimore. Md do 0355 

Bryant Pa^x'r Company, Kalamazoo, Mich do 0355 

Imp^'fial Pap<T Mills, Kalamazoo, Mich do 0355 

New York and Pennsylvania Company. New York. N. Y do 0355 

Lot 10. .V.(H)() reams, No. I, 24 h\ .38 inches, AX pounds: 

P. 11. <;iatfelt«r Company. Spring Grove, Pa do 0355 

Carter. Uio' .V Co. (.Cori>orationi, Boston, Mass do 0355 

I>ewis no[)f«'nmaier. Washington. D. C do 0355 

West Virginia Pulp and Pajx-r Company. New York. N. Y do 0355 

The .Tessiij) .V: Moore Pajx^r Company. Philadelphia. Pa do 037 

Ticonderoga Pulp and Pap-T Company, Ticonderoga, N. V do 0366 

Smith, l)ix(m Company. Baltimon-, Md do 0355 

Bryant Payxr Company. Kalamazoo, Mich do 03S5 

Impj'rial I'^jxt Mills. Kalamazoo. Mich do 0356 

New York and I'mnsylvania Company. New York, N. Y do 0855 

Lot 11. 5, (KM) reams. No 1. 24 by .'i^ inches, 4H pounds: 

P. 11. illatfelter Company. Spring Grove, Pa do 0356 

Carter. Kic*- .V Co. (Corjwration >, Boston. Mass '. ...do 0855 

I/^wis llopfeiunMi<r. Washington, D. C dO 0855 

W»st Virginia I'ulj» >ind PajxT Company, New York. N. V do 036 

The .Irs.HJip .V Moor*' Pa p«'r Companv, Plul;idelphia, Pa do 0856 

TUtoiultTogti Pulp Hiul Pa|K'rCompany, Ticonderoga. N. Y do 096 



KEPORT OP THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 

Lot 11.— 5.000 rotms. No. 1. 34 hy 38 Inebca, 48 pounds ^<;ontii)Ufil. 

amitb. Dlion iiiTnfiiiTu Unninwin', Mil perpoiim 

NewYorHfliU IViiiLsylviicuii .iiiimnj, XuwYork, N. Y ; do. 

Lot i;.- ,■ IB II ■ Xi iiii'hes. 48 pounds i 

Cartar. l;.. . liosum. M«»a do. 

WMlViri' I , I ■ .i.,! Vnrfc,.V. V do. 

TlwUc'-ri ■ ■ ■■ ■ I ... I ;..,i.|..l|ililf.. Pa do. 

Tlwinil ■ ...].,.],. TtainiJeroga, X, Y do, 

Smitli. |i naUimnre,Md do. 

Bryuiu I .iii.i/ijo,llU;ti ; do. 

ImperiBl Paper . .i ^lich do. 

New York and I'eimsylvania i i.rrLpony NewTork.K. Y do. 

Lot ]3.-S,()«) r>'iiriia, Xo. l,:?.) in asincheg. Wpounds: 

F. H (ibUlelterVompany Bpricp Grove. Pr do. 

Cana ll[«AC(i. irorporiilinni Boston, Mu as do. 

Lewlfl Hoplennialer. Washington. D. C do. 

■WenVlrgiDlH Pulp and Puper Company !K»w Vorfc. >'. Y do. 

The JMHupi Moore Paper rnnipnny Phllailelphla. Fu do. 

Tlcondoroga Pulp and Pn per ■Company, Ticonderofw, X. Y do. 

Smith J>Ijion Comiwnj HalilmorB. Ud do. 

liryant Paper ('ompiiny KoUuniitoii. Ulth do. 

Imperial PaperlllUa, Kntomniioo, Midi do. 

New Vorkiind Pennsylvania Company New York. X. V do. 

Lot 14.— S.IXO TOUnB, No. I, « by 38 inrhe*. 48 ponnUa 

P II. Cilatleller Company flprlag urove, I'a ilo. 

Carter Rice A fo. (Corporation] Host on. Mass do. 

Lewla Hoptenmaler Washington. D.C do. 

Weil Virginia Pnlpitnd Paper rnm(*Mj New York. S. Y do. 

Th* Jewmp it Moont Puper Company Phltadalphla. Pa do. 

Tlcondiirofa Pnlp and Paper Company Ticonderogii, X. Y do. 

Smith, Blxon Company Baltimore. Md <io. 

Bryaot Paper Conipuny Kalamaioo. Mich do. 

ImpBTiiil Pnpw Mills. KaUimiuoo, Mich do. 

New York and PeninylvunlaCompuny, New York. N. v do. 

Lot IS.— .),DOa Teams. No. 1, 1* liy ?S Inrluis, W pounda: 

P U.Olatloltor Company Spring (Irovn. Pa do.. 

Carter, Illo«*Cci. (Corpomtloii), Boston, Mhbs do. 

Lewis HoptBnmfttBr.WBBhlnetQn.D.C do.. 

Wert Virginia fulp ad Pa pt^r Company NowTorfc, N. Y do,. 

TheJaasirpA Moore I'aporCompiny Pbllftdelphla, I'a do. 

TiPondumpi fnlpand Pa per Company TlconiliToga. X, Y do. 

Smith, Dlion Company BalilmoiT, Md <i«. 

Bryant PaporCompuny Kalamafoo. Mich do, 

liuperial Paper MlUit. EaJamamr, Mlfh do, 

JiewYorlcand Pennsylyania Com puny Now York, X, y do. 

Lot d.-J.DOa tfunii: No. 1, H by 38 liii'hiw, « poundsi 

t" II. OUtfEltsrCompany Spring (■ rove, I'li, do. 

Carter, RiwACo. (Corporation j lioston. Mass ([•>. 

l^wis Uoptanmalor. Wnsiiington, D, c do. 

Went Viigbiia Pnip and Paper Company New Yort, X, Y. do. 

The Ji»»iip4Moore Paper Company Phlladrlphin, fa tii. 

Ttrondoroga Pnlpanrt Paper Company, Ticondemga, X, y do. 

Smith, l»imn Company Baltimore, Ud do. 

Bryaat PapotCompaay Kukmuioo, Mich do, 

JmpeiUl Papnr Mllli, Kalamawio, Mloh do, 

Xew York and Pennsylvania Company New York, X, Y do. 

Lot 17-— S.noi) niyiii,i. No. 1 . U by :i8 tnrhe*. 4S potmds: 

P II l.l,iL|.l-... I .. |.i.i -I lOjfGrore, Pa do. 

Carter. IC .i i Boston, Mass do. 

Lewli II... ■...1,1). C.,.. do, 

W'!Sl\ii^ ... I iinrpany, New York, S'. Y do. 

TheJesBUp 4 Uooro Pupct Company. Philadelphia, i'li do. 



194 REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 

Lot 17.-5,000 reams, No. 1, 24 by 38 inches, 48 pounds— Continued. 

Ticonderoga Pulp and Paper Company, Ticonderoga, N. Y per pound . . 10. 0355 

Smith, Dixon Company, Haltimore, Md do 0355 

Bryant Paper Company, Kalamazoo, Mich do 0355 

Imperial Paper Mills, Kalamazoo, Mich do 0355 

New York and Pennsylvania Company, New York, N. Y do 0355 

Lot 18.-5,000 riiams. No. 1, 24 by 38 inches, 48 pounds: 

P. n. Glatfolter Company, Spring Grove, Pa do 0355 

Carter, Rice & Co. (Corporation) , Boston, Mass do 0355 

Lewis noplenmaier, Washington, D. C do 0355 

West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company, New York, N. Y do 0355 

The Jessup & Moore Paper Company, Philadelphia, Pa do 087 

Ticonderoga Pulp and Paper Company, Ticonderoga, N. Y do 0355 

Smith, Dixon Company, Baltimore, Md do 0355 

Bryant Paper Company. Kalamazoo, Mich do 0355 

Imperial Paper Mills, Kalamazoo, Mich do 0355 

New York and Pennsylvania Company, New York, N. Y do 0355 

Lot 19.-5,000 reams. No. 1, 24 by 38 inches, 48 pounds: 

P. H. Glatfelter Company, Spring Grove, Pa do 0355 

Carter, Rice & Co. (Corporation) , Boston, Mass do 0355 

Lewis Hopfenmaier, Washington, D. C do 0356 

West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company, New York, N. Y \ do 036 

The Jessup & Moore Paper Company, Philadelphia, Pa do 037 

Ticonderoga Pulp and Paj)er Company, Ticonderoga, N. Y do 036 

Smith, Dixon Company, Baltimore. Md «. do 0355 

Bryant Paper Company, Kalamazoo, Mich do 0355 

Imperial Paper Mills, Kalamazoo, Mich do 0355 

New York and Pennsylvania Company, New York, N. Y do 0355 

Lot 20.— .5,000 reams. No. 1. 24 ))y 38 inches, 48 pounds: 

P. II. Glatfelter Company. Spring Grove, Pa do 0355 

Carter. Hic«' & Co. (Corporation). Boston, Mass do 0355 

Lewis Ilopfrnmairr, Washington, I). C do 0355 

West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company, New York, N. Y do 0355 

The Jessup <fe Moore Pap«'r Company, Philadelphia, Pa do 037 

Ticonderoga Pulp and Pai»er Company, Ticonderoga, N. Y do 036 

Smith. Dixon Company. Baltimore, Md do 0355 

Bryant Pai>er Company, Kalamazoo. Mich do 0355 

ImiKTiai PapiT Mills. Kalamazoo, Mich do 0355 

New York and Pennsylvania Company, New York, N. Y do 0355 

Lot 21. r,,(un) reams. No. l, 24 by 38 inches, 4H pounds: 

P. M. (JIatfelter Company, Spring (J rove, Pa do 0355 

Carter, Kiee A: Co. (Coqioratirm i, Boston, Mass do 0355 

L<'wis Hopfenmaier, Wa'^hington, D. C do 0355 

West Virpnia I'lilp an«l Pap<T Company, New York, N. Y do 036 

The Jessup iV. Moore Pap«'r Comi»any, Philadelphia, Pa do 037 

'I'ironderogii Pulp and Pafwr Company, Ticonderoga, N. Y do 0355 

Smith. Dixon Comi)any. iialtimore, .Md do 0355 

Bryant l'a]M;r Company. Kalamaz'» >. .Mich * do 0355 

Imp'rial Paper Mills. Kalamazor», Mich do 0355 

New York and I'ennsylvania Company, New York, N. Y do 0355 

Lot 22. .5.000 reams. No. 1. 24 \>y ;iHinehe«. 4x potmds: 

P. II. Glatfelter Company, Spring f J rove. Pa do 0355 

Carter. l{i<e iV C«». (Cory'^'ration'. Boston, Mass do 0355 

I>'wis Hopfenmaier, Wa'^hington. DC do 0355 

West Virginia Pulp and Pa jxt Company, New York, N. Y do 0355 

The bssiip .V Moore Pai)fr Company, Philadelphia, Pa do 037 

Tieon<len»ga Pulp and Pajx-r Company, Ticonderoga, N. Y do 0355 

Smith, Dixon Company, Baltimon*. M<1 do 0355 

Bryant PajHT Company. Kalamazoo, Mich do 0355 

ImiH'rial Pap<'r .Mills, Kalamazoo. Mi'-h do 0355 

New "^'ork and Pennsylvania Company. New York, N. Y do 0355 

Lot 23. .').000 n-ams. .No. 1. 24 by .'is inehe*i, 4>* pounds: 

I'. H. <ilatfelter Comi»any. Spring Grove. Pa do 0355 

Carter. Kiee A: Co. (Corporation . Bostr»n, Mass do 0355 

1.4'wis Ilopffnmaier, Washington. D. C do 0355 

W«st Virginia Pulp and Pap<'r Company, New York, N. Y do 096 

Die IcsMip «V Moore PajHT Comf)any. Philad<'lphla, Pa do 087 

7'jffuifJfrogu /'i/ip and Pa]H*r C(»mp;iny. Ticonderoga, N. Y do 096 



BEPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 195 

Lot 23.-5,000 reams. No. 1, 24 by 38 inches, 48 pounds- Continued. 

Smith, Dixon Company, Baltimore, Md per pound.. $0.0355 

Bryant Paper Company, Kalamazoo, Mich , do 0355 

Imperial Paper Mills, Kalamazoo, Mich do 0355 

New York and Pennsylvania Company, New York, N. Y do 0355 

Lot 24.-^,000 reams, No. 1, 24 by 38 inches, 48 pounds: 

P. H. Glatfelter Company, Spring Grove, Pa do 0356 

Carter, Rice & Co. (Corporation), Boston, Mass do 0356 

Lewis Hopfenmaier, Washington, D. C do 0356 

West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company, New York, N. Y do 0856 

The Jeasup & Moore Paper Company, Philadelphia, Pa do 037 

Ticonderoga Pulp and Paper Company, Ticonderoga, N. Y do 026 

Smith, Dixon Company, Baltimore, Md do 0355 

Bryant Paper Company, Kalamazoo, Mich do 0356 

Imperial Paper Mills, Kalamazoo, Mich do 0355 

New York and Pennsylvania Company, New York, N. Y do 0366 

Lot 25.— f),000 reams. No. 1, 24 by 38 inches, 48 pounds: 

Lewis llopfenmaier, Washington, D. C do 042 

West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company, New York, N. Y do 039 

Bryant Paper Company, Kalamazoo, Mich do 042 

Imperial Paper Mills, Kalamazoo, Mich do 042 

New York and Pennsylvania Company, New York, N. Y do 0385 

Lot 20.-5,000 reams, No. 1, 38 by 48 inches, 96 pounds: 

.P. II. Glatfelter Company, Spring Grove, Pa do 037 

Carter, Rice & Co. (Corporation), Boston, Mass do 037 

Lewis Hopfenmaier, Washington, D. C do 0355 

West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company, New York, N. Y do 037j 

The Jessup & Moore Paper Company, Philadelphia, Pa do 038 

Dobler & Mudge, Baltimore, Md do 037 

Ticonderoga Pulp and Paper Company, Ticonderoga, N. Y do 037 

Claremont Paper Company, Claremont, N. H do \'. 037J 

Smith, Dixon Company, Baltimore, Md do 037 

Bryant Paper Company, Kalamazoo, Mich do 0356 

Imperial Paper Mills, Kalamazoo, Mich do 0356 

The Friend Paper Company, West Carrollton, Ohio do 037 

New York and Pennsylvania Company, New York, N. Y do 037 

Lot 27.— ."i.OOO reams, No. 1, 38 by 48 inches, 96 pounds: 

P. II. Glatfelter Company, Spring Grove, Pa do 037 

Carter, Rice & Co. (Corporation) , Boston, Mass do 037 

Lewis llopfenmaier, Washington, D. C do 0355 

West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company, N(»w York, N. Y do 0375 

The Jessup & Moore Paper Company, Philadelphia, Pa do 037 

Ticonderoga Pulp and Paper Company, Ticonderoga, N. Y do 038 

Claremont Paper Company, Claremont, N. II do 038 

Smith, Dixon Company, Baltimore, Md do 037 

Bryant Paper Company, Kalamazoo, Mich do 0355 

Imperial Paper Mills, Kalamazoo, Mich do 0356 

The Friend Pap«r Company, West Carrollton, Ohio ". .do 037 

New York and Pennsylvania Company, New York, N. Y do 0375 

Lot 28.-6,000 reams, No. 1, 38 by 48 inches, 96 pounds: 

P. II. Glatfelter (^jmpany, Spring drove. Pa do 037 

Carter, Rice & Co. (Corporation) , Boston, Mass do 037 

I>ewi8 llopfenmaier, Washington, D. C do 0366 

West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company, Now York, X. Y do 037 

The Jessup & Moore Paper Company, Philadelphln, Pa do 037 

Ticonderoga Pulp and Paper Company, Ticonderoga, N. Y do 037 

Claremont Paper Company, Claremont, N. H do 038 

Smith, Dixon Company, Baltimore, Md do 037 

Bryant Paper Company, Kalamazoo. Mich do 0355 

Imperial Paper Mills, Kalamazoo, Mich do 0355 

The Friend Paper Company, West Carrollton, Ohio do 037 

New York and Pennsylvania Company, New York, X. Y do 037 

Lot 29.-5,000 reams, No. 1, 38 by 48 inches, 96 pounds: 

P. II. Glatfelter Company, Spring (irove, Pa do 037 

Carter, Rice & C% (Corporation), Boston, Mass do 037 

Lewis Hopfenmaier,^ Wasliington, D. C do 0355 

West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company. New York, N. Y do 037S 

The Jessup & Moore Paper Company, Philadelphia, Pa ^^ ^K\ 



19li REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 

Lot 29.-5,000 reims. No, I, Jt by « Inehea, B6 pound* -Continup'i. 

TlpondcKiBl rulpand Paper Company TicomkroBa. N. Y 

Cliiremont I'liper CoaipMii)' ClBremont, -N. 'i 

Smllh. TiLionCdinpgny flalUmoi*. Ifd. 

Srywnt I'aper Company, KiiliuDiiaDO. Ulrh 

Impeiisl ?apet milt. Kalamazoo. Ill Ich 

Thp yrlend [■aper Company, Weit Carrolllon. Ohio 

N'ew Vorfc and I'ennsylvatila Compiinir, Sow VorL. N, Y 

tot 30.— l.oo» Wftms, No, 1, aSJndiPaln width: 

V. II, Olntleller Company SprlngGnive, 1'b 

Carter Bice it On, (Corpuratloii) Boston, Man'i 

LewU Ilopleniiuiler, wmhlnjtton, P. C 

West Virginia Pulp ami lMi«-rCrimiii..iv, SVw York, N- Y 

flialtli,"DlJtonCniiiii ■ .m..-. M 

Bryant I'opiT rompuny, 

ImpiTlul I'api' ^lill' Mull 

The Friend I'ttpirCoinruiny, W-nt <'arroliIoii, Ohio 

N'i>v York aiHl lVnn-ylv,ini,i ■ ..., York, X. Y 

Lot Jl.— 12,IIUU poun,|s, No. I, ^1 by :w hhIicm, 4Ij pound"; 

LpwlnUoptniumiLrT '. ' ■ 

WiiMVirtrtniu I'l.lpnnd ,',vYnrk,X,Y 

Bryant i'liper t'ompnny i, . ■ ..i . Mi i, 

Imp.-rial 1'ap.T Mill«, kiiiuiiiii/.oii, Mli ii 

New York and l'enn<ylvanla Company Saw York, N, Y 



Sinitli. I>lx..n (-..miNiriy, Hiililnion'. JI<1 

Bry,.iit ]-.i|M-r i'i>iii]>»iiy, Kii1nni>izc»i, iltili . 



!■ H.'M.ir(.-li,ri ..i.ii'.iit -,.riiiL;iir-iy, tM 

rnri.T. liii-al'i. .i..rp..mii.in.,li<i,t..ii. Mhh. 

I*wi> li'.g.fi-tiiiijiiiT, Wii-iiiiiKl'Hi. II. <■. , 

Vi-fl VlDIiniii I'lUpnnd l'ii|>'r r.jin|<iiny. .SVw York, N*, ') 
Th<' Ji"<siip X Sloin- i-HifT ('miipiitiy. I'hllHdilpliiH. i'n , , , 

»iiiilli, l>iir.nl'<iiii|Miny, Itnhlin'in. Md.... 

Bryanl l-aifT V-mipaiw . Kiibini.i7,c»., MIcli , , . 



BKPORT OF THE PUBLIC I'RIXTF-B. 

Lot 3i.-4,noa rmni!!. M liy iH inchcH, 140 pound* <-«ntlnur<l. 

Imperial l>Bpiir UlUa. Kuluniiuou. Uich per pou 

Tte FrtnicII'«prM'Conip«ny W>« CjirtoUlrai. "hlo <li 

New Yorl:4VaiJ lMnn.ylv.nl. (.'ompany. Nc» Ynrli. N. Y .ii< 

Lot 3s.— HU nam!!, ^ I17 ■*& Inulics, VM poiinda 

Li>wL»llop(cnnuiW Wuhlnelon. I>. (.- * 

W»t V Willi i'lilpnnrt 1-opcr Coinpimy N.'W York. N. Y a< 

Tlw Jv»iip A UiMim l'i)p«r CmnlKkny, PlilkibilpbU, Pa <li 

Ttleaton A llolllngiirrncthCuiiipiiny Buaton, Uufih cl< 

Bry»ni Popur (''umpBuy K»laniiiioo. illch ili 

Imppri.l l>.piT UlUii, Kiubimiowi, Klfh <i< 

-rhnrrifnil Vii-rr„in|w.u.lV4-tr„milIi™.'lht<) li. 

New Y"rt..Ti.( nr, -:-. ,- ■ , >■..- , .■■■ ^.v Y<.rli. N, Y dc 

LotST IC" I- ■ ■ 

Lpwbll'.i- ■ ■ d. 



Imperial I'aperU ll>, IUI«nmK»>i, ilteb 
ThuTrlfnil ]>apvr<'"nipi>ny, Wr-atCarrollIoii 
^PwYnrfcHti't F-f-nn.ylvniilnfnmnany Npw 
Lot 3*.— S.omr* •^■ i- J- i"c'i. -. i^apoimdn 



Lpi.i-.ii... r, \Vu-hi.>Kton. IJ-C 

W«tVlrgi,>,a .. I.:. -.„mp,„iy Np-'Vorli-N.- 

TlM' Jpssiip 4 M.«-n. ]'-,i).ir('„mj.i.Tiy l'lilb.d.>tphlil, Pu.. 

Thv KulumHioo I'HprrCoiDpaiiy Kalaniaxon, Ulrh 

TllMiuiiA loltlnKuworth-t'onipimy Boirton. M»k« 

Smith, lilinnr.iiiipaiiy Battlmflra Hi 

Ilryant Papir <'ompBny. KiJinuuoD. Uleh 

Impi-iiiiirHpi' Mliia, KoUunaHHi. Ulch 

TbcTiJKiuI PiptirCompsny Wnt CHirolltoii. otiln 

Xi'W Yorkand IViniHiylv»nl» -Conip^ny. Nc* York. N, Y 
Lot m, — SMDTCUIU. Wky-W IncbcD. lioj>ound" 

i". II. OUitlfJlof Company flprinj Hrovi', I'n 

C'artP Ripe A On. «C(irp<inillnni llooloti. Maii:> 

Lewi" llopfpnnuUcr, WiwliLiigluti, II. ('. 

WMlVlrginli.Pnl|i«n.l PoprH-oinpany K.-w Ynrk. X. ' 

Till' JoMup k UiwFB PapiirOnTDpuiy Plillwb'lphiu, I'a. . 

Kalamazao I'npfrfoiiipany KManuion. tf leh 

Smllh, DUonC-aiapaDy Itsltlmorv, Hd 

Bryant rapDrCnmpany, KuUiiuiiwa, Ulrli 

Imperil I'apprllllU. KtlunBino, HUb 

Th<' Vrh^ntl i'DpciCompiny Wc*l CjirraUloii.ilhln 

The New York and ^aniunylvmiUi <'<iiii|u>»y N'ew York. > 
Lot M>.-H>n Tvams, M liy «( Im-hr*, \»l iwiinil- 

P U nlalkltcr Company .Spring linivi', I'a 

Carter, Rkr tCti. «'nrpontiiiii> BoHton. Maaa 

Lewi* TTopbnmaler WaiihlafEtoa. D. (\.............. 

Wenviiglnia Pulpnntl rapcrCompuny N.!W York. N. ■ 

The JcBsop AUoon' I'.pnr L'onipiuiy, PlilUidiilphli., I'k.. 

Kalamaioo r-nfr r.>TiL|>.ii.y Knlii[tij>i<»i, Mich 

Smith, Diunn Company, i.. v.. 



Jiuw-V-i.il. .■.'■■,■ ■-■ " Vcirk, N. Y... 

ot «.,-l,(Kl>,.,„Di-, -hi I.J mi i.i(l..-H, ^■< |.„nn.la^ 

P 11 OlatMtirl'oiDpany Spring <iriivp. I'a 

(.'.rtcT, RIdqACo. (roiponttloni Rnxlon. MaKH 

Itfwii IlnpfmiDiiliir, ffadilngton I), r 

Wf.lVirglnU Tiilpftod farrOompiiny NVw York, N. Y.. 
TheJeaaup* Moiin. Paprrrompany }>1illuili<I|ihia, I'u... . 

Hmllh, Dlion Company. BallliiKin', U<< 

Bryiinl ['nii-'t li.mpany RbUidiiuki, Ulrb 

Imp^niil I'upcr Mill*. Kulainatnu, Uim 

TlU! FrlriMl I'upvrtompanj, W<'«t <'«n»lllfpii, Ohio 

New York and PeDoaylvsnla Company, New York, NY... 



198 



BEPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 



Lot 42.— 500 reams, 22} by 3l\ inches, 40 pounds: 

Lewis Hoplenmaier, Washington, D. C per pound. . 

West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company, New York, N. Y do 

The Jessup & Moore Paper Company, Philadelphia, Pa do 

Bryant Paper Company, Kalamazoo, Mich do 

Imi)erial Paper Mills, Kalamazoo, Mich do 

The Friend Paj)er Company, West CarroUton, Ohio do 

New York and Pennsylvania Company, New York, N. Y do 

Lot 43.-10,000 roams, 31 J by 45^. 80 pounds: 

P. n. Glatfolter Company, Spring Grove, Pa do 

Carter, Rice & Co. (Corporation) , Boston, Mass do 

Lewis llopfonraaier, Wa.shington, I). C do 

W<'st Virginia Pulp and Paper Company, New York, X. Y do 

Smith. Dixon Company, Baltimore. Md ...do 

Bryant Paper Company', Kalamazoo, Mich do 

Imperial Paper Mills, Kalamazoo, Mich do 

Tho Friend Paper Company, West CarroUton, Ohio do 

Now York and Pennsylvania Company, New York, N. Y do 

Lot 44.— 500 reams, .3S inches in width: 

Lewis Hopfonmaior, Washington, D. C do 

West Virginia l*ulp andJ^ap^'r Company, New York, N. Y do 

Jessiip & Moore Paper Company, I'hiladelphia. Pa do 

Bryant Pap«^r Company, Kalamazoo, Mich , do 

Imperial Pai)er Mills, Kalamazoo, Mich do 

New York and Pennsylvania Company, New York. N. Y do 

ANTIQUK MACHINK-FINISII PRINTING PAPER. 

Lot 45. -200 r.'ams, any siz<' or weight not exceeding 2r» by 40 inches: 

Dobler A: Miidge. Baltimore, Md per pound. . 

Ticon<ierogrt Pul]) and Paper Company, Ticonderoga, N. Y do 

Reading l'ap<'r .Mills, Reading, Pa do 

R. P. Andrews Paper Company, Washington, D. (■ do 

Lot 46. ~'i00 reams, dwkle edge, any si7.e or weight not exceeding 26 by 40 inches: 

Carter, Rice A Co. (Corporation), Boston, Mass do 

The Whitaker I'aptT Company, Cincinnati, Ohio do 

Reading Paper Mills. Reading, Pa do 

R. P. Andrews Paper Company, Washington, I). C do 

Lot 47. -UM) reams, antique wove, any size or weight not excei-ding 28 by 40 inches: 

Reading Pajx^r Mills, Reading, Pa do 

R. I'. Andrews Paper Company. Washington. D. C do 

Lot 48. l.V» reams, wove machine finish, 30J by 41 inches, 120 pounds: 

Reading I'aper .Mills, Reading, I'a do 

R. P. Andrews Paper Company, Washington, I). C do 

Lot 49. — 2.'> reams, antiqtie-wove, deckle-<'dge cover paper, any color, 10^ by 28 inches, 32 pounds: 

The Whitaker Pajn'r Company, Cincinnati, Ohio per pound.. 

R. I'. Andrews Pup<'r Company, Washington, I). C do 

WHITING PAPER. 

Lot 50.-1,000 reams white <louble cap, 17 by 28 inches: 

Lee PaiKjr Company, Vicksbiu^g, Mich per pound. 

Valley Paper Company, Ilolyoke, Ma.ss do... 

R. 1'. Andrews Pa|>er Company, Washington, D. C do... 

.\merioan Writing Vii]>er Company, Holyoke, Mass do... 

Lot 51. — 4.000 reams double cap (any color), 17 by 28 inches: 

Lee F'ai>er Company, Vieksburg, .Mich do... 

li. P. Andrews Pa|>er Company, Washington, D. C do. . . 

American Writing Paper Company, Holyoke, Mass do... 

Lot 52.-2.500 reams white demy, 16 by 21 inches: 

Lee l'ai)er <ompany, Vieksburg. .Mich do... 

Valley I'aiK?r Company. Holyoke, Mass do... 

R. P. Andrews Pajjer Company, Washington, I). C do... 

American Writing l*aper Company, Holyoke, .Mass do... 

Lot ."iS. -A.OOt) reams white doul)le demy, 21 ))y 32 inches: 

Lee Par>er rompany, Vicksburp. Mich do... 

R. P. Andrews Pai)er ('omi)any, Washington. D. C do... 

.Vmeriean Writing Pap«!r Company, Holyoke, .Mass do 



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.04 
.042 
.039 
.039 
.039 
.0406 

.042 
.042 
.039 
.039 
.042 
.039 
.039 
.039 
.039 

.039 

.04 

.039 

.039 

.039 

.0395 



10.037 
.04 
.05 
.053 

.105 
.115 
.105 
.096 

.05 
.075 

.065 
.087 

.145 
.145 



10.065 
.085 
.06 
.06 

.068 
.061 
.07 

.065 
.065 
.06 
.06 

.065 

.08 

.06 



BEPOBT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 

Lot M.^.lioa ruma double demy (any color), 31 b; 32 inches: 

Lea f Qrmr lOHipmiy Vlcksburg. Mich per pound.. 

R. P. Andrewi Puper Company, Waihlngton, D. C do... 

AinBrlpan Writing Paper Company Ilolvnke, Mesa do... 

Lot 65.— 100 resms white ^lio poit, n 'by2i inohei: 

Lte Paper Company Vlokabmit, Mieh . do 

Vallejf Paper Tomptny, Hoiyoke, Ubm do.... 

R. P. Andrews ?»pBr Company WMhlngton. d. r do.... 

imwipiin Wnling Fspor Company, Hoi jnke. Mass do 

Lot Sfl.— 100 rcuma blue folia po«t, 17 by 2i inrttes: 

Lee Paper Company Vkksbaix, Mich do.... 

R.P. Anilrevra Paper Company, Waiblneion, DS do... 

American Writing Paper t'ompany Ilolyoke. Magi do.... 

Lot 57.— 3.000 refttoa white double (olio post, -22 by 31 inchei: 

Lee Paper Company VIokahurB. Midi ..do.... 

ViUoy Paper Company IIolyokE. Mu« do.... 

Ji. P .\Ddri!WB Papnr Company "rt'uahln^on, D.C do.... 

Ameripan Writing Paper Company Jloiyotn, Maaa do.... 

Loi 58.-100 roamj blue double lolio poot, 32 by 31 inches: 

Lee I'apot C^impaiiy Vicltsbnrg, Mich do,.,. 

R. F Androwa Paper Company waahicgton. D, C do..,. 

American Writing I'aperCoippaJiy Ilnljiikf, Mau do.... 

so.— 1,000 rpams while medium, liy 23 inches: 

Lna Paper Company Vlcksburg. Miuh do 

Valley Paper Company Tlolyolrp, MnBj do.... 

R. r Andrews Pniurlinniwnv Iviudriifiim, D. C do,... 

American IVrillnjr J', 1 ill -1 iiiii.. . , ii. ;■ ..i,,. Uaaa do.... 

Lot flO.-lOo reams blijiT 

loo Paper Compaii) \ Mich .do 

E F AndtewB PiiprTi I. .ni WasWngtnn, D. C do,... 

American Writing l'ai".'n imjjviriy, llolyokp. Mass do.... 

Lee Papor Company Vifimburg, Mich do,,.. 

■R. P Ancjrewa Paper Company. Waablngton, D. C do.... 

Anierlran K'Tiling Paper Company, Ilolyote. Mass do 

62.— lOOremua blue royal. It by lilnchn: 

Leo I'aport'ompany.Vlckaburg, Mich do.... 

R P. Andrews Paper Company WsahiiiKton, D. C do.... 

A morican Wilting Paper Company Ilolyoke. Mass do.... 

ll3.-fiOOrBanis white auperroyal. 20 hy 2S Inch™: 

Lw Papxr Company Vloksbiirg, Mich do.... 

R. ,F Andrcwg Paper Company, Washington, D. C do,... 

Amorlean Writing Paper Company Holyote, Slaaa do.... 

W-ldll (Mms hluB luprrrovdl, 30 hy aslDphea : 

Lee Paper Company Vieksliiirif, Mich.., do 

R P Audrewa Fappr Company, waphlngton, D, C do.... 

Amorlean WritlDg I'upor Compitny, Iloiyoitc. Mass do..., 

B3.— SOO Foams white imperial. 23 by 31 iiicho: 

LeePaiwrC-ompany Vlcksburg. Mich do.... 

R F Andrews Fapiir Company Washlngtoo, d.C do,... 

Ainstlcan Writing Paiw: f ninpnny. llolyoke. Mass do,... 

*" lODmam hluc imperial Ilbysiinches: 

apor Cnnjpujiy Vickshiirg. Mich do 

-lli'ir. '\ . Ii|i rCorapsny, Washington, D, C do.... 

'■■ ■ ■ ' Cimpany. llolyoke. Mass.. :..do,,.. 

i,00O, reams wriun^pimT, wbiU', »t inches in width: 

L™ Paper ; ...... ,. ■,,,,, .r^.Mich do.... 

R P Ai;il[. ii.. J„t,.i I. .,,11.1 .V.Washington, D.C do.... 

Amerlian Writing J'uiKrlumpany, llolyoke. Mass do..,. 

IW.— WD mmt wrltlnff Daper colored, ai iiuihea in width : 

Lw PaperCompany VlekibntR, Micb do.... 

R P And'oml'iipprfomiiijiiy Washinglon, D. C do.... 

Amerlciji. V> -r . .■ , ■!■ iny, Holyokp. Mass do,,,, 

W,-HMi ■ i"iper 10 iiy Sllnches. aspiiiiTidi': 

l*UP,l|h' . ..^ Mich do.... 

R. P. Andrews Papi-r Comp.m)-. Washington. D.C do. . , , 



210 BEPOBT OF THE PUBLIC PBINTEB. 

Item 22.— Eagle penholders, best quality, No. 3411: 

Chas. O. Stott <SeCo., Washington, D. C per gross.. 11.87 

B. P. Andrews Paper Company, Washington, D. C T do.... 1.853 

B. P. Clarke Company, Washington, D. C do.... 1.89 

Item 23.— Eagle penholders, best quality. No. 4712: 

Chas. O. Stott & Co., Washington, D. C do 2.06 

B. P. Andrews Paper Company, Washington, D. C do 2.058 

B. P. Clarke Company, Washington, D. C do.... 2.10 

Item 24.— E. Faber's penholders, No. 267: 

Chas.O. Stott & Co., Washington, D. C per dozen.. .206 

Item 25. — E. Faber's penholders. No. 268: 

Chas. O. Stott & Co., Washington, D. C do 821 

Item 26.— £. Faber's i>enholders. No. 269: 

Chas. O. Stott & Co., Washington, D. C do 36 

Item 27.— E. Faber's ink eraser and paper cleaner, No. 12, extra large: 

Chas. O. Stott & Co., Washington, D. C per gross.. 12.94 

Item 28.— E. Faber's ruby i>encil erasers, No. 112: 

Chas. G. Stott <Se Co., Washington, D. C do 3.14 

Item 29.— Dixon's disk erasers: 

Chas. G. Stott & Co., Washington, D. C do 3.34 

B. P. Andrews Paper Company, Washington, D. C do.... 3.20 

Item 30.— Eagle rubber erasers, 12 to pound: 

Chas. G. Stott & Co., Washington, D. C per pound.. .79 

B. P. Andrews Paper Company, Washington, D. C do 48 

Do do 60 

Do do 80 

Do do 784 

Do do 588 

B. P. Clarke Company, Washington, D. C do 70 

Item)31.— Davidson's velvet eraslve rubber. No. 12: 

B. P. Clarke Company, Washington, D. C do 1.10 

B. Carter Ballantyne, Washington, D. C do 1.10 

Item 32.— Finishing rubbers for elect rotyjxjrs: 

Chas. G. Stott & Co., Washington. D. C per gross.. 23.52 

B. P. Andrews Paper Company, Washington, D. C do 22.96 

Item 33.— McGlU's roimd-head paper fasteners. No. 1: 

B. P. Andrews Paper Company, Washington, D. C per box of 100. . .066 

Do do 04 

R. P. Clarke Company, Washington, D. C do 066 

R. Carter Ballantj-ne, Washington, D. C do 066 

Do do 099 

The American News Company, New York, N. Y do 048 

Edwards & Hancock. Chicago, ill do 07 

Item 34.— McGill's round-head paper fasteners. No. 2: 

R. P. Andrews Paper Company, Washington, D. C do 08 

Do do 053 

R. P. riark<» Company, Washington, D. C do 079 

R. Cart^.T Ballantyne, Washington, D. C do 0775 

Do do 0S3 

The American News Company, New York, N. Y do 0S75 

Edwards 6: Hancock, Chicago, 111 do 09 

Item 35.— McGiLl's roimd-head paper fasteners. No. 3: 

li, P. Andn-ws Paper Company, Washington, D. C do 11 

Do do 087 

R. P. Clarke Company, Washington, D. C do 12 

R. Carter BnUantyne, Washington, D. C do 1088 

Do do 065 

Tho AiiKTican N«'ws Company, New York, N. Y do 077 

Edwards <t Ilancook, Chicago, 111 do 12 

Item 3»i.— McGill's round-head paper fasteners. No. 4: 

R. P. Andrews Paper Company, Washington, D. C do 131 

Do do 064 

R. P. Clarke Company do 15 

R. Carter Ballantyne do 1275 

Do do 084 

The American News Company, New York, N. Y do 096 

Edwards & Hancock, Chicago, HI do 15 



BEPOBT OF THE PUBUC PBINTER. 211 

Item 37.— Fanner's Eureka paper clips, No. 2: 

Chas. a. Stott <& Co., Washington, D. C per box of 100.. $0.17 

R. P. Andrews Paper Company, Washington, D. C do 15 

R. P. Clarke Company, Washington, D. C do 16 

R. Carter Ballantyne, Washington. D. C do 16 

Do do 065 

The American News Company, New York, N. Y do 165 

Edwards <& Hancock, Chicago, ni do 20 

W. L. Swayze, Washington, D. C do 145 

Item 38.— Oem paper clips: 

Chas. O. Stott<& Co., Washington, D.C do 06 

R. P. Andrews Paper Company, Washington, D. C do 038 

R. P. Clarke Company, Washington, D. C do 05 

R. Carter Ballantyne, Washington, D. C do 065 

The American News Company, New York, N. Y do 055 

Edwards <Sc Hancock, Chicago, 111 do 07 

W. L. Swayze, Washington, D. C do 049 

Item 39.— Giant Niagara paper clips: 

Chas. 0. Stott &Co., Washington, D. C do 12 

R. P. Andrews Paper Company, Washington, D. C do 095 

R. P. Clarke Company, Washington, D. C do 11 

R. Carter Ballantyne, Washington, D. C do 10 

The American News Company, New York, N. Y do 09 

Edwards <Sc Hancock, Chicago, 111 do 15 

W. L. Swayze, Washington, D. C do.... .12 

Item 40.— Moore's improved elastic blotters: 

R. P. Andrews Paper Company, Washington, D. C per dozen.. 2.12 

Do do 2.65 

R. Carter Ballantyne, Washington, D. C do 2.64 

Item 41.— Underwood's Egyptian black ink: 

Chas. O. Stott & Co., Waahington, D. C per quart. . . 44 

R. P. Andrews Paper Company. Washington, D. C do 43 

R. Carter Ballantyne, Washington, D. C do 435 

Item 42. — Underwood's chemical writing ink: 

Chas. 0. Stott & Co., Washington, D. C do 66 

R. P. Andrews Paper Company. Washington, D. C do 65 

Diamond Ink Company, Milwaukee, Wis : do 50 

Item 43.— Underwood's carmine ink: 

Chas. 0. Stott &Co., Washington, D. C per pint.. .78 

R. P. Andrews Paper Company, Washington, D. C do L49 

Diamond Ink Company, Milwaukee, Wis do 37 

Baker Ink Company, St. Louis, Mo do 25 

Item 44.— Arnold's writing fluid: 

Chas. 0. Stott & Co., Washington, D. C per quart. . . 37 

R. P. Andrews Paper Company, Washington, D. C do 38 

R. P. Clarke Company, Washington. D. C do 36 

R. Carter Ballantyne. Washington, D. C do 36 

Diamond Ink Company, Milwaukee, Wis do 30 

Baker Ink Company, St. Louis, Mo do 25 

W. L. Swayze, Washington, D. C do 365 

Item 45. — Carter's writing fluid: 

Chas. 0. Stott <Sc Co., Washington, D. C do 37 

R. P. Andrews Paper Company, Washington, D. C do 365 

R. Carter Ballantyne, Washington, D. C do 395 

Diamond Ink Company, Milwaukee, Wis do 30 

Baker Ink Company, St. Louis, Mo do 25 

W. L. Swayze, Washington, D. C do 36 

Item 46. — Remington typewriter ribbons, copying any color, or black record: 

Chas. G. Stott & Co., Washington, D. C each.. .41| 

Do do 368 

R. P. Andrews Paper Company, Washington, D. C do 32 

R. A. Richards Company, Chicago, 111 do 40 

Edwards & Hancock, Chicago, 111 — (io 30 

W. L. Swayze, Washington, D. C do 30 

E. L. Cottell (Incorporated), New York, N. Y do 25 

Item 47.— Hammond typewriter ribbons, copying any color, or black record: 

Chas. G. Stott <Se Co., Washington, D. C do •►^'^ 

Do -^^ • • • • 



212 BEPOBT OP THE PUBLIC PBINTEB. 

Item 47.^Hiiniiond typewriter ribbona. copying any color, or black record— Continued. 

R. P. Andrews Paper Company, Washington, D. C each.. 10.32 

R. A. Richards Company, Chicago, 111 do 40 

Edwards & Hancock, Chicago, 111 do 30 

W. L. Swayze, Washington, D. C do 30 

E. L. Cottell (Incorporated), New York, N. Y do 26 

Item 48.— Underwood typewriter ribbons, copying any color, or black record: 

Chas. G. Stott <fcCo., Washington, D. C do 411 

Do do 36} 

R. P. Andrews Paper Company, Washington, D. C do 32 

R. A. Richards Company, Chicago. Ill do 40 

Edwards & Hancock, Chicago, 111 do 30 

W. L. Swayre, Washington, D. C do 30 

E. L. Cottell (Incorporated), New York, N. Y do 25 

Item 49.— Blue bulletin marking ink, Thaddeus Davids Company: 
No bidders. 

Item 60. — Dennison's American Express sealing wax, No. 2, red: 

R. P. Andrews Paper Company, Washington, D. C I)er pound.. .284 

Do do 199 

R. Carter Ballantyne, Washington, D. C do 26 

Do do 185 

Item 61.— E. Faber's rubber bands. No. 33, l-inch: 

Chas. O. Stott & Co., Washington, D. C per gross.. .50 

Item 62.— E. Faber's rubber bands, assorted sizes, Nos. 30, 31, 32, and 33: 

Chas. G. Stott <t Co.. Washington. D. C do 435 

Item 53.— E. Faber's rubber bands. No. 0, Hnch: 

Chas. G. Stott 6c Co.. Washington. D. C do 60 

Item 54.— E. Faber's rubber bands. No. 0, J-inch: 

Chas. G. Stott & Co.. Washington, D. C do 1.00 

Item 55.— E. Faber's rubber bands. No. 000, J-inch: 

Chas. G. Stott &Co.. Washington, D. C do 76 

Item 66.— E. Faber's rubber bands. No. 17: 

Chas. Q. Stott &Co.. Washington, D. C do 1876 

Item 67.— E. Faber's rubber bands. No. 10: 

Chas. G. Stott & Co., Washington, D. C do 

Item 58.— Rubber bands. No. 33, |-Inch: 

R. P. Andrews Paper Company, Washington, D. C do.... 

The B. F. Goodrich Company, New York, N. Y do 

Arkay Rubber Company, New York, N. Y do 36 

Itou 60.— Rubber bands, assorted sizes, Nos. 30. 31. 32, and 33, |-inch: 

R. P. Andrews Paper Company. Washington, D. C do H 

The B. F. Goodrich Company, New York. N. Y do 276 

Arkay Rubber Company, New York, N. Y do 30 

Item 60.— Rubber bands, No. 0, Hneh: 

R. P. .\ndrews Paper Company, Washington, D. C do 34 

The B. F. Goodrich Company, New York. N. Y do 36 

Arkay Rubber Company, New York, N. Y do 34 

Item 61.— Rubber bands. No. 0. H^^^' 

R. P. .\ndrews Paper Company. Washington, D. C do 63 

The B. F. Goodrich Company. New York. N. Y do 78 

.\rkay Rubbt^r Company. New York. N. Y do 68 

Item fi2.— RublKT bands. No. 000, Hneh: 

R. P. Andn'ws Paper Company. Washington, D. C do 82 

Th^ B. F. Goodrich Company. New York, N. Y do 36 

Arkay Rubber Company, New York. N. Y do 66 

Item 63-— RublHT bands. No. 17: 

R. P. Andrews Papor Company, Washington, D. C do 136 

The B. F. Goixirioh Company. New York, N.Y , do 1376 

.\rkay RuMxr Company. New York. X. Y do 13 

Item 64.— Rubber bands. No. 10: 

R. P. .\Qdiew8 Paper Company, Waahington* D. C do.... 

The B. F. Goodrich Company, New York, N. Y do 

Arkay Rubber Company, New York, N. Y do 07 

Item 65.— Gillott's steel pens. No. 303: 

Chas. G. Stott & Co., Washington, D. C do 81 

R. P. .Andrews Paper Company, Waahiagton, D. C do.... .11 

Fml. A. Schmidt, Waahhigton, D. C do.... .71 

B. P. CUrtB Compmzijr, Waahii^on, D. C do 19 

H. CmrtBT BtkUmatjim, ITaahington, D. C .do.... .71 



BEPOET OF THE PUBLIC PBINTEB. 

Itam 8S.— Oillott> tUxi pens, No. KM: 

CbAa. a. Btott ACo., WMhlngton, D. C pergrois. 

R. P. Andrews Paper Company, Washington D. C do.,. 

Fred. A. Mhiiiiih, Wnslihigtoii, D. C do... 

R. P. Clarke (.\>m|iuny, Washlngloii, D.C do... 

E. Carter Ballantyne, Washington, D.C do... 

ItaBiB7. — Spencerlaa sleel pens, Kos. ], 2, 3, or 24: 

Chas. G. Stott 4 Co., Washington, D.C do.., 

R. P. Andrews Paper Company, Woahinglon, D. C do... 

R. P. Clarke CicipuHy WashtaKton, D.C do... 

H. Carter Ballantyne, Washington, D. C do... 

Itaa Bg.— Easterbrook's sla'i ]«ina, Nu. iHh: 

Chas. a. Btott * Co., i\ L -; .1 .-I..: , 1 1 i do... 

R. P. Andrews Paper ■ .■! ,ri,D. C do... 

R. P. aarke i .ri] . do... 

R.Carter Ballantyne, Washington, D. C. do... 

Iton SS.—£aiterb rook's slw] pens. No, 2: 

Chas. 0. Stott ACo., Waahlngton, D.C do... 

R. P. Andrews Paper Company, Waahlngton, D. C do... 

R. P. Clarke Company, Washington, D.C do... 

R. Carter Ballantyne, Washington, D.C do... 

Itam TO.~Eaiterbr[>ok'B ateel pens. So. IS3: 

Chaa. G. Stott 4 Co.. ii , .i,,:.t7(.,n, D.O do... 

R. P. Andrews Paper i ■•:■ |. in;-, Washington, D. C do... 

R. P. Clarke i ../..i.-my u ,,^i,Liu,'ton, D.-C do... 

R.Carter Ballantym, W ii.iliiiigion, D.C do... 

Itam Tl.— Easterbrook's stivj pens, No.^M: 

Qua. a. Stott 4 Co., Washington, D.C dO 

R. P. Andrews Paper Company, Waahlngton, D. C do.... 

R. P. CUrke Company WashUigton, D. C do.... 

M. Carter Bauaotyne, WninluBton, D. « do.... 

Inm TS—BastBrbrook's steiJ pens. No. lU: 

Chas. Q. Stott A Co., WaslilngtoB, D.C do.... 

R, P. Andrews Paper Company, Washington, D. C do.,.. 

R. P. •.■lart.'j Company, Washington, D. C do.... 

K. Carter Ballantyne, Washington, D.C do.... 

IloD Td.— Kaaterbrook'a iteol pons, Ko, 312: 

Ohaa. O, Btolt & Co., Washington, D. C do..,, 

R. P. Andrews PaperCoiDpany Washington, D. C do.... 

R. P. Clorke Company, Washington, D.C do.... 

R. Carter Balliuityne, Washington, D. C do..., 

Itan 74.— Eagle Pencil Company's steol pens, Mo. £ 10: 

B. P. Aadrewi Paper Company. Waahlngton, D. C do,,.. 

Do do.... 

R.'P. Clarke Company. Washington, D.C do..,. 

Itam 70.— Eagle FbdcU Ompaoy's steel pens. No. E 170: 

R. P. Andrews Paper Company. Washington, D. C do.... 

Do do.... 

R. P. aartoi Company, Waahlngton, D. C do.... 

Iton TS.— Ea^e Penoil Company's steel pens. No. E ISO: 

R, ]'. Ari-ir- -1-- I.... ■ 1 . v, Washington, D.C do,... 

H. P. Oarka Company, Waahington, D. C do.... 

Itnn77— 1 .■ .!.j1, 

R,P. [|.,rL. I , ■, iiiiLiou, D. C do,,.. 

R. Carter Biillumynrj, Wintiington, D. C do.,.. 

W. L. Sway w, Washington, D. C do.... 

lion 78.— Lyon-s slflal pens, No. -5, ground point: j 

B. P. ClarkB Company, Washington, D.C do.,., 

R. Carter Bailftntyne, Waahlngton, 0. C do 

W L.Swayie, Waahlngton, D, ; do..., 

nan ft.— kfiUer Bros, steel pena. No, 4, stub: 

B, P. aarke Company, Washington, D. C do.... 

B. Carter Bailantyno, Washington, D. C do..,. 

Ham 80.— TadeUa pena, So. 1 : 

B>F.Attdimn Paper Company, Waabington, D.C .^.. 

V< L. Swi^n, Wubtagtoib D. An- 



214 REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRIXTER. 

Item SL — Dreka oigTossisg peuF, No. 3: 

R. P. AndrevB Paper Campany, W&fihiii£;ton, D-C per groaa.. IQlS 

R. P. QarkB Company, Waahington, D. C do S5 

R. Carter BaDAntrne, Washington, D. C do M 

W. Lu Bwayae, Washington, D. C do SB 

Item 82.— Inkstands, 2f-i}3dti, squaze, with giaaa tope: 

R. P. Andrews Paper Company, Wa^ungton, D. C per doaeao.. .71 

Do do.... 2.as 

R. P. Clarke Company, Washington, D. C do 2.40 

R. Carter Ballantyne, Washington, D. C do.... 2.9$ 

I>o do.... .72 

The American Sews Company, New York, N. Y do flS 

Item 93. — Inkstands, 2H^ic^ roond, with groond-glaas stc^ypers: 

R. P. Andrews Paper Company, Washington, D. C do.... L8 

R. P. Clarke Company, Washington, D. C do L£i 

R. Carter Ballantyi^, Washington, D. C do.... LSS 

Do do.... L«3 

The An^rican News Company, New York, N. Y do L£i 

Item S4. — Da\-is automatic inkstands, S-inch: 

R. P. Andrews Paper Company, Washington, D. C do l&OO 

R. P. Clarke Company, Washington, D. C do.... K.50 

R. Carter Ballant^iie, Washington, D. C do 14.70 

W. L. Swayie, Washington, D. C do 14.9S 

Do do.... ia96 

Item 85. — Sponge cups, thick glass, 3 inche« in diameter: 

Chas. G- Stott & Co.. Washington, D. C do 45 

R. P. Andrews Paper Company, Washington, D. C do 40 

R. P. Carter Company, WAshington. D. C do 45 

R. Carter Ballantyae, Washington, D. C do 48 

Do do 40 

The American News Company, New York, N. Y do 51 

W. L. Swayre, Washington. D. C do . .4J 

Item 86. — Mucilage reservoirs, empty. No. o: 

R. P. Andrews Paper Company, Washington, D. C do.... LSS 

R. P. Clarke Company. Washington, D. C do LSS 

R. Carter Ballantyne, Washington, D. C do.... LJO 

The American News Company, New York, N. Y do.... LIO 

Item 87.~£ raisers, knife bUde, white handles: 

R. P. Andrews Paper Company, Wa:ihington. D C do 2.90 

Do do.... X45 

Do do.... XaB 

Fred- A. Schmidt, Washington. D. C do.... 2.10 

R. P. Clarke Company, Washington, D. C do XSB 

R. Carter Bd.iLtntyae, Washington, D. C do.... 6.98 

Do do.... XS 

W. L. Swayze, Washington, D. C do.... XQ6 

Do do.... X** 

Item iB.— Rulers, boxwood, 15-inch, brass edge: 

Chaa. 0. Stott A Co., Washington, D. C do 

H. P. Andrews Paper Company, Washington, D. C do.... 

R. P. CUrke Company, Washington, D. C do.... XM 

R. CatU'T iUlhtntyne, Washington, D. C do.... XM 

Th« Ann-rifsitn News Company, New York, N. Y .....do.... 2.S2 

W. L. -why/j., Wa-ihington, D. C do.... XOI 

Xtefn ¥*, JiHUrn, box w'K^l, 24-inr;h, brass edge: 

Ctkttn O. -.toft -V ^'o , Washin^^n, D. C do.... X70 

It./' Afi'lf" ^n I'HiM-r (.otnpuny, WttnthngtoOtD C do.... X90 

It f ', Mfk/^ of».{;ijfi/, W*nihl/j|fton, D. C do.... 5.30 

|( f,Htf'f i'.:tiini,t /i,i , v/uuUimnoii, DC do.... 6.45 

'I ht> Am* r.' f>i, i> MH f 'iiiii^auy N'«fW York, N Y ..do.... 4.08 

W i> ■ HHio /^'iMhii.Kl.oit, h C, do.... X21 

fi I f ,..if '■- t .)>•>' "Mipnfi-/, Witnhlriftton, D. C ..do.... X90 

H I f\.,,^. i,„,.^.:,,j '//u»u\ii^ioit, I), d .........do.... X90 

M I „,t. , (..,(|„..l /..#. '//><r*l»i><t;l«/fi, 1;. (.' ...do.... X71 

. ,H«,.,.,, '•/,...i.ii.t«*<w<. h c ...do.... X90 

(, 1. '/..»> ,oM|«'M</ Wufliiiitf/foti, D. C .do.... X74 

do.... 1.74 



KEPOBT OF THE PUBLIC PBINTER. 215 

Item 91.— Shears, Banker's, 12-inch, slim: 

R. P. Andrews Paper Company, Washington, D.C per dozen.. I7.B9 

B. P. Clarke Company, Washington, D. C do 7.60 

R. Carter Ballantyiie, Washington, D. C do 7.20 

Rudolph & West Company, Washington, D. C do 7.60 

Do do.... 7.60 

Itesm 92. — Waste baskets, straight cylinder, 14 inches high and 14 inches diameter: 

Chas. G. Stott & Co., Washington, D.C do 4.70 

Woodward & Lothrop, Washington, D.C do. ... 3. 67 

R. P. Andrews Paper Company, Washington, D.C do. ... 4. 38 

R. Carter Ballantyne, Washington, D.C do 4. 06 

Item 93.— Bone folders, largo: 

R. P. Andrews Paper Company, Washington, D.C do 80 

R. P. Clarke Company, Washington, D. C do 87 

R. Carter Ballantyne, Washington, D. C do 78 

The American News Company. New York, N. Y do 1. 12 

Item 94. — Bone paper cutters, "Sitka," 9-inch: 

R. P. Clarke Company, Washington, D.C do 2. 10 

R. Carter Ballantyne, Washington, D. C. do 2.15 

The American News Company, New York, N. Y do.... 1*62 

W. L. Swayze, Washington, D. C do 2.68 

Item 96. — Tjwiing linen, yard wide: 

Chas. O. Stott & Co.. Washington, D. C per yard.. .21 

Fred. A. Schmidt, Washington, D. C do 250 

Do do 240 

R. P. Clarke Company, Washington, D. C do 246 

R. Carter Ballantyne, Washington, D. C , do 26] 

Item 96.— Tracing linen, E. Faber's white vellum, yard wide: 

Chaa. O. Stott & Co., Washington, D.C do 21 

Fred. A. Schmidt, Washington, D. C do 23 

Iteim 97.— Sanford's library paste, 8-ounce, Utopian: 

R. P. Andrews Paper Company, Washington, D.C per dozen. . 2. 26 

R. P. Clarke Company, Washington, D. C do 2.60 

R.Carter Ballantyne, Washington, D. C do 2.66 

Diamond Ink Company, Milwaukee, Wis do. . . . 2. 17 

Shoemaker & Busch, Philadelphia, Pa do 2.70 

Item 98. — Le Page's liquid glue, in pint cans: 

Woodward & Lothrop, Washington, D.C do 3. 62 

Fred. A. Schmidt, Washington, D. C do a60 

R. P. Clarke Company, Washington, D. C do 4,00 

Geo. F. Muth <t Co., Washington, D.C do a 76 

Hugh ReiUy, Washington, D.C do.... 3.60 

R. Carter Ballantyne, Washington, D. C do 3.89 

The American News Company, New York, N. Y do 3. 76 

Louis Hartlg, Washington, D.C do 3. 80 

James B. Lambie Company (Incorporated), Washington, D. C do 3. 46 

Shoemaker & Busch, Philadelphia, Pa do 3. 29 

Leon Hirst & Son, New York, N. Y do.... 4,46 

Rudolph & West Company, Washington, D. C do 3. 64 

Item 99.— Le Page's liquid glue, in gallon cans: 

Woodward & Lothrop, Washington, D.C .do 23.64 

Fred. A. Schmidt, Washington, D.C do.... 24.60 

R. P. Clarke Company, Washington, D.C do 24.00 

Geo. F. Muth & Co., Washington, D.C do 24.00 

HughRellly, Washington, D.C do.... 23.60 

R. Carter Ballantyne, Washington, D.C do 24. 96 

The American News Company, New York, N. Y do 24. 00 

; LouisHartig, Washington, D.C do.... 23.70 

James B. Lambie Company (Incorporated) , Washington, D. C do 21. 98 

Shoemaker & Busch, Philadelphia, Pa do 21.24 

Leon Hirst & Son, New York, N. Y do.... 27.60 

Rudolph & West Company, Washington, D.C do 22. 14 

Item 100.— Standard white school crayons: 

R. P. Andrews Paper Company, Washington, D. C per gross.. .05 

R. P. Clarke Company, Washington, D.C do 06 

R.Carter Ballantyne, Washington, D. C do 06 

The Americftn News Company, New York, N. Y do 06 

BhoemskkBT^ Busch, Philadelphia, Pa^. A^ .^«>b 



216 REPOBT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 

Item 101.— White ash anthracite coal, egg size. 

Item 102.— Georges Creek coal. 

Item 103.— Ice: 

Columbia Ice Company, Washington, D. C per 100 pounds.. 10.19 

American Ice Company, Washington, D. C do 20 

Item 104.— Oats: 

W.M. Gait A Co., Washington, D.C do.... L42 

Stewart & Co., Washington, D.C do.... 1.28 

Herbert P. Pillsbury, Washington, D. C do L375 

The Hoge 6c McDowell Company (Incorporated), Washington, D. C do.... L40 

Item 105.— Com meal: 

W.M. Gait & Co., Washington, D. C do.... LaO 

Stewart St Co., Washington, D. C do 1.15 

Herbert P. PUlsbury, Washington, D.C do L25 

The Hoge & McDowell Company (Incorporated), Washington, D.C do L35 

Item 106.— Bran: 

W.M. Gait A Co., Washington, D.C do L16 

Stewart & Co., Washington, D.C do 99 

Herbert P. Pillsbury, Washington, D.C do 1.06 

The lloge & McDowell Company (Incorporated) , Washington, D.C do L 20 

Item 107.— Com: 

W. M. Gait & Co., Washington, D. C do.... LOTS 

Stewart & Co., Washington, D.C do 90 

Herbert P. PiUsbury, Washington, D.C do LOO 

The Hoge & McDowell Company (Incorporated), Washington, D. C do LOS 

Item 108.— Hay, best timothy: 

W. M. Gait & Co., Washington, D. C do 87S 

Stewart & Co., Washington, D. C do 82 

Herbert P. PiUsbury, Washington, D.C do 86 

The Hoge & McDowcii Company (Incorporated), Washington, D.C do 90 

Item 109.— Alfalfa: 

W. M. Gait & Co., WasWngton, D. C do L2S 

Stewart & Co., Washington, D.C do.... LOO 

Herbert P. PiUsbury, Washington, D.C do.... L22S 

The Hoge A McDoweU Company (Incorporated) , Washington, D.C do L 30 

Item 110. — Straw, rye: 

W. M. Gait & Co., Washington, D. C do 875 

Stewart & Co., Washington, D.C do 80 

Herbert P. PiUsbury, Washington, D.C do 86 

The Hoge & McDoweU Company (Incorporated), Washington, D.C do 90 

Item 111.— Flaxseed meal: 

W. M. Gait & Co., Washington, D.C do 6.26 

Stewart & Co., Washington, D. C do 400 

Herbert P. PiUsbury, Washington, D.C do 6.00 

Leon Hirst A Son, New York, N. Y do.... 490 

The Hoge & McDoweU Company (Incorporated), Washington, D.C do.... 6.26 

Item 112.— Spring dividers, 5-inch: 

James B. Lambie Company (Incorporated), Washington, D. C perdosen.. &66 

Rudolph & West Company, Washington, D. C do.... &60 

Item 113.— Wing dividers, 10-inch: 

John B. Espey, Washington, D. C do.... 2.# 

James B. Lambie Company (Incorporated), Washington, D. C do.... 2L68 

Rudolph & West Company, Washington, D. C do.... 2.38 

Item 114.— Bookbinder's hammers: 

Tlie W. O. Hickok Manufacturing Company, Harrisburg, Pa do.... 6.60 

James B. Lambie Company (Incorporated), Washington, D. C do.... 12.36 

Item 115.— Bookbinder's awl: 

James B. Lambie Company (Incorporated), Washington, D.C do.... S.5D 

Item 116.— Shoe knives, No. 3, round point: 

John B. Esi)ey, Washington, D.C do 72 

James B. Lambie Company (Incorporated), Washington, D. C do 70 

Rudolph & West Company, Washington, D.C do 74 

Item 117.— Rictiards's No. 2 ianoe-point knives: 

John B. Espey, Washington, D.C. do.... L24 

Item 118.— India oilstones, coarse, 7 by 2 by 1 Inches: 

Louis Hartlg, Washington, D. C d*.... 7,9 

John B. Espey, Wachington, D. C do.... L4t 

J^metB. LdUobJe Company (Incorporated), Waabingtqp, D. C do.... 4.11 

dolpbdk IfiMt ComjMUiy, WMhington, D. C .do.... &M 



BEPOBT OF THE PUBLIC PBINTEB. 217 

Item 119.— Sandstones, 8^ by 1§ by IJ inches: 

Fred. A. Schmidt, Washington, D. C per dozen.. 10.045 

John B. Espey, Washington, D. C do 044 

Item 120.— Ames's scqop shovels. No. 3, or others equally good: 

John B. Espey, Washington, D. C do 10. 74 

James B. Lambie Company (IneorpoEated) , Washington, D. C do 12. 00 

Rudolph & West Company, Washington, D. C do 4. 96 

Item 121.— Coe's wrenches, 6-inch: 

Louis Hartig, Washington, D. C do 4.50 

John B. Espey, Washington, D. C do 3.94 

James B. Lambie Company (Incorporated), Washington, D. C do a98 

Cuyler * Mohler, Baltimore, Md do 4. 27 

Thos. Somerville & Sons, Washington, D. C do 4. 74 

Rudolph <t West Company, Washington, D. C do 3. 72 

Item 122. — Coe's wrenches, 8-ineh: 

Louis liartig, Washington, D. C per gross. . 5. 00 

John B. Espey, Washington, D. C do 4 44 

James B. Lambie Company (Incorporated), Washington. D. C do 4.45 

Cuyler Si Mohler, Baltimore, Md do 4. 75 

Thos. Somerville A- Sons, Washington. D. C do 5. 28 

Rudolph Si West Company. Washington. D. C do 4 15 

Item 123.— Coe's wrenches, 10-inch: 

Louis Hartig, Washington. D. C per dozen. . 6. 00 

John B. Espey, Washington, D. C do 5.34 

James B. Lmmbie Company (Incorporated) , Washington, D. C do 5. 33 

Cuyler & Mohler, Baltimore, Md do 5. 70 

Thos. Somerville A Sons, Washington, D. C do 6. 36 

Rudolph & West Company, Washington, D. C .do 4. 92 

Item 134.— Coe's wrenches, 12-inch: 

Louis Hartig, Washington, D. C do 7. 00 

John B. Espey, Washington, D. C do 6. 24 

James B. Lambie Company (Incorporated), Washington, D. C do 6 1» 

Cuyler & Mohler, Baltimore. Md do 6. 70 

Thos. Somerville <t Sons, Washington, D. C do... . 7. 42 

Rudolph & West Company, Washington, D. C do 5. 85 

Item 125.— StUison wrenches, 10-inch: 

Louis Hartig, Wflshington, D. C do. . . . 8. 10 

John B. Espey, Washington, D. C do 6. 74 

James P. Lambie Company (Incorporated), Washington, D. C do 7. 25 

Cuyler & Mohlsr, Biltlmore, Md do 7. 00 

Thos. Somerville & Sons, Washington, D. C do 6. 75 

Rudolph & West Comp iny, Washington. D. C do 7. 14 

Item 126.— Stilison wrenches, 14-inch: 

Louis Hartig, Washington, D. C do 10. 90 

John B. Espey, Washington, D. C do 8. 98 

James B. Lambie Company (Incorporated), Washington. D. C do 9. 40 

Cuyler & Mohler, Baltimore, Md do 9. 50 

Thos. Somerville <Sc Sons, Washington, D. C do 9. 00 

Rudolph & West Company, Washington, D. C do 9.72 

Item 127.— Stilison wrenches, 18-Inch: 

Louis Hartig, Washinoaon, D. C do 14. 50 

John B. Espey, Washington, D. C do 11.98 

James B. Lambie Company (Incorporated) , Washington, D. C do 12. 55 

Cuyler & Mohler, Baltimore, Md do 12. 60 

Thos. Somerville & Sons, Washington, D. C do 12. 00 

Rudolph A West Company, Washington, D. C do 12. 59 

Item 128.— Buck Brothers firmer chisels, J -inch: 

Louis Hartig, Washington. D. C do 2. 02 

John B. Espey, Washington, D. C do 1.79 

James B. Lambie Company ( Incorporated) , Washington, D. C do 1. 79 

Rudolph A West Company, Washington, D. C do 1. 89 

Item 129.— Buck Brothers finner chisels, f-inch: 

Louis Hartig, Washington, D. C do 2. 20 

John B. Espey, Washington, D. C do 1.94 

James B. Lambie Company (Incorporated), Washington, D. C do 1. 98 

Rudolph A West Company, Washington, D. C do 1. 98 

Itffin 130.— Buck Brothers finner chisels, i^lnch: 

Louis Hartig, Washington, D. C A^ '^.•a 

J<dmB. Espey, Washington, D. C ^^ — 

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218 RKPOKT OF THE PUBUC PRINTER. 

Item 13a— Buck BrnlhTB firmer chlspl«, Hneh— Continued ■ 

Jttnie," n, i (Incorpotated), Washington, D. C piT Jou'ii. . 

RUiinlph W.ishinKton. I>, C do,... 

John H Enpey IVBaWnpfln, D.C do.... 

jBDica B. (.jinilrteCompHiiy tn«)rpor»t«l»,WMtilngtnn. D. C do — 

Cuykr 4: Mohler, Baitlmor*. Ud v do.... 

HDd<dph A Wcat Company Wuhlngtoii. D. C do... 

Item 112.— Star back-ww lila^. t04iu<li: 

Louia llartlR. WaHhlngtcm, 1). r *. do.... 

Johnl). Espey. Washington. IV C do.... 

Jami'x It, Idintiii' I'ninpany (IncnrporatiHl), Wnshingtan i>. C do 

Cuylcr 4- MohliT. Itultimon'. Md do.... 

Rudolph A W.-S1 r.inipBnv. W«Mhlngt on, D. C do.... 

Item IXI.—SIar hack-saw 1>1a<lfii. 12-inrli: 

LniilH lUrtiK. WMshliigton, U, (■ dn.... 

JohnB. E*p>')-. Waaliington, D. C. do.... 

.Tsmi's II. IdmliJi' Ciinipany (Incorporated). WHshington, I>. C do 

Ciivkr di Mohlvr. Ilaltlmon-. Md do.... 

Rudolph A WpHt l-ompany, Washlnitlon. n. r do. . . . 

Ilpm IDI.—Stn'l vin> lirails. 1-Inch. No. ix; 

Loula llartiK. WrtBWnston. 1). (■ pprpomid.. 

John H. Enpi-y, Wa:<binKton, l>. C do.... 

James n. I^nihi.' Coinpauy (In.orporuM). Washington, D. C do,... 

I**isllopI".iraaicr. Wnshingti.n. I». C ..do... 

Kudolph A Wi'st C'limpany. Wa^■hiInrtnn, I>, r do 

Item Li'i, .:4lr<-l win> lirads, 11-inch, No, Hi: 

Loiils llartijt, Wiishlnstun, I). (" ...do.... 

JohnH. Espi'y. WuMhIiifrton. 1>. <■ do.... 

Jam's ». Ijimlii.'i'iimpany (Tncrirporai.'d), Washington, n. C do.... 

Li'wl> lloptcnniaiiT, WaMhlngtiin, I), (' do.... 

Rndiilph & Wi-at Cnnipany. Wnnhiiigtori, 0. V do 

Item IKi.— Slccl win> hrada. |.inch. No. 17: 

l^iuis llanlg, Washlnirton. 1>, C do,... 

John B, Eiipi'y. WaMhinBtnti. I). (' do 

Jami'a H, Lanihic I'nmpany iliic"r|ioraled|, Wnshington, D. C do 

l^Ris lI'ipl'iimaiiT, Wishingtnn, D. C do.... 

Itudoliih & Wrat Company. Washington. 1>. C do 

Item la .-»tn>l vln' flniablng nulls. 4d.: 

Louis Hartig, Washington. I>. <" per keg.. 

J(*n B. Espey. Wiishiiiginii. I). C do.... 

James H. Ijimhii' Company (Incirponitwll, Washington. I), C do 

Lewia lloiilcnmaiiT. Washington, 1>. C do.... 

Itiidolph A Wi-si Cmniiiiny, Washington, I>. C do 

Item 1»<.- Mtivl win' aniahing naila. i:d : 

LoulB llanig, Washington, II. (' do.... 

JohnU, Espi-]-. Washlngtoii. D. <' do.... 

James It. l^mliie fompaHy (Incorpiiratcd). Washington, I). <: do 

I*KiM llopIcnmahT, Washington, I>. C do.... 

Rildoiph ii West Company Wash I ngt on, l>. I' do 

Item i\».- am-} vin- fiiiishing tuiils. Ml. : 

Uni< ilnnig. Washington, II. I' do.... 

Jnhn It. Ksii'y. Wa.'ihinglon. II. I" do.... 

J»nics It. I.ainl^eCcimiiany iini>.iri>"''Bti''ii. Washington, li. C do.... 

l>>wisllo|i[Mnnial.T, WBShinKI"n.I'<' do.... 

Ktid-Uih A W.-Bt fiini|>any. Washingt.pn. Ii. C do.... 

Item 1«i, -Sl'1-I win- llal-hi'ad nails, M. . 

I^uis llarlig, Wnslijnglon. 11. r, do.... 

John B. Ksis'y. Washington, li. C do.... 

Janws II, l.anil.icCi>iii|Miny iln.orlmratcd>, Washingluri, il. C do.... 

I*wls i!o|>li>nni«iiT. Washinglon, li. C do 

Rudolph A Wi-at ('nnifuny, Washiiiglon, II. (' do.... 

Item 141. 'Slii'l will' lUI-hi'iiit nails, aiL: 

Louis llarliK. WHshiivnon. !>,<' do 

John B. Espi'y. Washington, U. C do 

JaniMS II. I.anit-li' I'linipany lIin«n"'rBl''d), Wsshington, 1>. <' do 



KEPOBT OP THE PUBLIC PBlNTEB, 

Ittuu 142,~i)tml win! nat-bcod nails, lOil. -. 

LoulB Ifartig, Wushiiigton. D.C. pir ki'g.. 

John n. F.Bjwy .Wmhlogton, D. 0. Jo..,. 

JanuiB 6. ijimljiii tompanj <lnoorporBWiil), Washington, I>. C do 

LewlBBopfaninafor Washlnnton, B.C do.... 

Hudoll* i Wwl Conipanj-, Waahlngton. D. C do.... 

Itam 143.— et«il win Oftt-hrid naila, 20d. ; 

Loul* H»rtiK, WmhlngWr, D. C do.... 

JcimB, Espey.Waalilngton, D. C do.... 

Juopa B, Lambif Couipany {Incorporated), WashLneton. D. C do 

I.eiitia Hopfemoftier, 'Wiuiblngton, li.C do 

Si.dolphA Wositompany Wailitngton, D. C do.... 

ItcznlH. — StratiriretlAi-taDadnalla, ^0(L: 

LoiiiH narttg, Washington, D.C pcrpound.. 

John n. F-Bpey Waabdigton, D.C do..., 

JvDM B, Lamblv Company (Intorpomled), Waahliigton, D. C do 

Lewis Hop Jauniaior Washington, I) C do.... 

Rudolph A WpbI Company Washington, D. C do.... 

Item lie.-Stoel wire flat-hnad naila, Wd. : 

Louis Su-tlg. Washington. D. C do 

JohnB. Ksprf Wuhlngton, D. C do.... 

Juum B. LambinCompany I nrorporatwi), Washington, D. C do... 

Lowig Jloptmanalw Washington, 1 1 C do 

Budolph & Wwt Company Wnshlnglon. D, C do. . . . 

Item 14«.-eiwl i-iit tialls, M 

LouiiTIartig, Wjishlngton.D. C do.... 

Johajj. Eappy WisliInittoiI.B.C do.... 

JaniQB B. Lamlilo <'iinipany {Incorporated), Washington, 1). C do 

LBwia Hoptamnaiw W'ashlngton, D C do — 

Budolph A WcBt Compitny WasblngloD, D. C do.... 

Item 147.— Flits, (upiir fiiiw U-(tich,r«™sllni: 

JamsB B. l.arabiB Compiiny (Incorporated), Washington, D. C per down.. 

CuyierAMobler, Baltlmoro, Md ,'. do 

Rudolph Si West Company, Washington, IJ. C do... 

Ittim 148.— FilpB, 1ui>i'i' saw Ll-lnih 

Louia llartig. Waahln«ton, D. C do.... 

James B. Espey, Washington, D. G. .do..,. 

Jamea B. Lamhio Compuny Incorporated), Waahington. D. C do 

Cuyler * Mohler, Italtlmorc, Md do.... 

Budolph & Weat <*oinpnny WashlnKton, D. C do 

Item I1B.— FIlea, iij]-a'rtuw 3-lndi, sllmr 

Louia llartlB, Waahinglon, D. C do.... 

John B. Eappy, Waabington, D. C do.... 

Jamea B. Lftmbie Company (Incorporated), Washington, D. C do.... 

Cuyler S Mohlor, Baltlmons, Md do.... 

Rudolph & WpBt Company, Waabington, D. C do 

Itam !iO.— Files, tapHr saw. 3i-inch: 

Louis Hartlg, Washington, D, C- do.... 

John B. Eapey, Washington, D. C do... 

Jamtia B, LsmhlB Company (Incorporated), Washington, D, C do 

^ Cuyler 4 Mohler, Baltimore, Hd do.... 

Rudolph A West Company, Washington, D. C do.... 

Ttflm ISl. — Files, taper saw, 4-Inch: 

Louia ilartlg, Washington, D. C do.... 

John B. Espey, Washington, D. C do.... 

James B. Lam Wp Company (Incorporated), Washington, D. C do 

Cuyler 4 Mohler, Baltimore, Md do.... 

Rudolph & Wesl Company, Washington, D. C do.... 

Itnn 152.— Files, Uper saw, 1)-in<^h: 

Louia Ilartlg, Waahlngton, V.V. do... 

John B. Eapey, Washington, P. C do.... 

James B. LamWn Company (Incorporated). Washington. I>. C do — 

Cuyler A Mohler, Baltimore, Md do,... 

Rudolph* West Compans-, Waahlngton, 11. C ...do.... 

Item !».— Filaa, Uper aaw, 41-inch, >llm: 

Louia Hartig, Washington, I). C do.... 

JobQ B. Elpey. Waahlngton, D. C do 

JaiDBsB. Lamble Company (Incorporated), Waahlngton. U.C 4q... 



320 REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 

Item 1S3,— Fll«. tapur saw, ii-lnch illm—ContlDued. 

Culler A , Mi|, perdoien.. 

Rudolph w iMliirifliin, D. C do.... 

lUm l.-,l. 1,1 . I il: I, 

LouH [rndii: WyiiliiiLKlod, 1>. C do.... 

John B. EnpoT WMlilnglon. D. C. do.... 

Juoei B, I.amWo Cflinp»ny (InrarporBMd), WMhIngton, D. C do.... 

CuylorAMohler, Tl(ilI[niorp,>lil do.... 

Rudolph * West rnmpiinj- Wanhlnglon, D. C do.... 

Item IM.— Files, taper »a«-, 6-lnph: 

Louii EtBrlig. WsHhington, D. C do.... 

John B, E»pi:y, \\ uiliiiijitrjfi. U. C do.... 

Janics B. LamblermrijiHiiy (Inrorporslcd), WaahlUBton, D. C do.... 

Cuyler A Mohler. lliilliinnm, M'i do.... 

Rudolph ill WBBt Company, WaslilnEloD, D. C .do.... 

Itom IM.-Fil'K, taper >aw, H-lnch: 

Louli Ilartig, Waihlngton, V. C do 

John B. Kupcy. Waihlngton, D.C do 

Tunes B. Lamhlp Compiny (Incorporated), WMhIngton, D. C do.... 

Cuylrtr A Mohler, Baltimore, Md do 

Rudolph 4 West Cflmpuny. Wsahlngton, D. C do.... 

Item I.S7.— Files, warding, 3-inch; 

Louis Hartlg, Washington, D. C do.... 

John B. Espey, Waihlngton, D. C do 

James B. LamblH Companr (IncoiiMirated), Waahlngton, D. C do 

Cuylor i Mohler, Baltimore, Md do.... 

Rudolph & West Company, Washington, D. C do 

Item 15S.— Fih'S, warding. 4-incb: 

LouH ilartig, Washington, D. C do.... 

JohnB. Espo)-. Washington, D. C do.... 

JarnnsB. Laml.lo Company (Incorporated), Wjuhington, D, C do.... 

Cuyler & Mohler. Baltimore, Md do.... 

Rudolph & West Company, Washington, D, C do.... 

Item 159.— Files, warding, S-inch: 

Louli Hartlg, Washington, D. C do.... 

John B. Etpny. Washington. D. C do 

James B, Lamhla Company (Incorporated), Washington, D. C do 

Cuyler A Mohler, Ball i more, Md do.... 

Rudolph A West Company, Washington, D. C, do.... 

Item ISO.— Fill's, waoling. 0-iDCh: 

Louis Hartlg, Washington. D. C do 

John U. Espvy, Washington, D. C do 

Janus B. Lamhii. Company (Incorporati'd), Washington, D. C do 

Cuyler A Mohler, flaltimon-, Md do.... 

Rudolph A West Company, Washington, D. C do 

Item 161.— Fil-s, warding, g-inch: 

Louis Hartlg, Washington, D. C do.... 

John B. Espey, Washlnplon. D, C do 

Jamas B. Lambiu Company (Incorporated), Waihlngton, D. C do 

Cuyler A Mohler. lUIUmnrr, MJ do.... 

Rudolph A Wi'slf.'.-jiiif.uiiy, Wnihhigloii, D. C do.... 

ll"in IC2.~Fil<'~, wiionth. hHir.rnun'l, S-inch: 

I.oiii»l|j,rtiK. IVBstiingKm, I). C do.... 



iiihii 11. i:«[ipy. Waslitngloii, R.C do... 

James B. Ijunble Comiiany (Incorporated J. Washington, D, C do... 

Cuj-br A Mohler, Baltimore, Md do.,, 

Ka^olphA tVeat C<nnpan)-, Washington, D.C do... 



REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 221 

Item 165.— Files, mill saw, 12-Inch: 

Louis Hartig, Washington, D. C p<*r dozen . . f 1. 48 

John B. Espey, Washington, D. C do 1. 42 

James B. Lambie Company (Incorporated) , Washington, D. (' do 1. 65 

Cuylcr & Mohler, Baltimore, Md do 2. 03 

Rudolph & West Company, Washington, D. C do 1. 42 

Item 166.— Files, flat bastard, 8-inch: 

Louis Hartig, Washington, D. C do 1. 01 

John B. Espey, Washington, D. C : do 1.00 

James B. Lambie Company (Incorporated), Washington, D. (' do \,05 

Cuyler & Mohler, Baltimore, Md do 1. 44 

Rudolph & West Company, Washington, D. C do 1. OO 

Item 167.— Files, flat bastard, 10-inch: 

Louis Hartig, Washington, D. C do 1. 33 

John B. Espey, Washington, D. C do 1.33 

James B. Lambie Company (Incorporated), Washington, D. C do 1. 40 

Cuyler <t Mohler, Baltimore, Md do 1. 89 

Rudolph & West Company, Washington, D. C do 1. 33 

Item 168.— Files, flat bastard, 12-lnch: 

Louis Hartig, Washington, D. C do 1.84 

John B. Espey, Washington, D. C do 1.84 

James B. Lambie Company (Incorporated), Washington, D. C do 1. 92 

Cuyler & Mohler, Baltimore, Md do 2. 62 

Rudolph & West Company, Washington, D. C do 1. 84 

Item 169.— Files, flat bastard, 14-inch: 

Louis Hartig, Washington, D. C do 2.53 

John B. Espey, Washington, D. C do 2. 63 

James B. Lambie Company (Incorporated), Washington, D. C do 2.66 

Cuyler & Mohler, Baltimore, Md do 3. 60 

Rudolph & West Company, Washington, D. C do 2. 53 

Item 170.— Files, round bastard, 8-inch: 

Louis Hartig, Washington, D. C do 82 

John B. Espey, Washington, D.C do 82 

; James B. Lambie Company (Incorporated) , Washington, D.C do 85 

Cuyler <t Mohler, Baltimore, Md do 1.17 

Rudolph & West Company, Washington, D.C do 82, 

Item 171.— Files, round bastard, 10-lnch: 

Louis Hartig, Washington, D.C do 1 . 07 

JohnB. Espey, Washington, D. C do 1.06 

James B. Lambie Company ( Incorporated) , Washington, D.C do 1. 10 

Cuyler & Mohler, Baltimore, Md do 1. 51 

Rudolph & West Company, Washington, D.C do l. 06 

Item 172.— Files, round bastard, 12-inch: 

Louis Hartig, Washington, D.C do.... 1.43 

John B . E spey , Washington, D.C do 1 . 42 

James B. Lambie Company (Incorporated), Washington, D. C do 1.47 

Cuyler & Mohler, Baltimore, Md do 2. 03 

Rudolph & West Company, Washington, D.C do 1 . 42 

Item 173.— Files, half-round bastard, 10-inch: 

Louis Hartig, Washington, D. C do 1. 73 

John B. Esx>ey, Washington, D. C do 1.73 

James B. Lambie Company (Incorporated), Washington, D.C do 1. 88 

Cuyler & Mohler, Baltimore, Md do 2. 46 

Rudolph & West Company, Washington, D. C do 1. 72 

Item 174.— Files, half-round bastard, 12-inch: 

Louis Hartig, Washington, D. C do 2. 24 

Louis B. Espey, Washington, D. C do 2. 24 

James B. Lambie Company (Incorporated), Washington, D. C do 2. 33 

Cuyler & Mohler, Baltimore, Md do 3. 19 

Rudolph & West Company, Washington, D. C do 2. 24 

Item 175.— Screws, iron, flat-head, i inch, No. 5: 

John B. Espey, Washington, D. C per gross. . . . 078 

James B. Lambie Company (Incorporated), Washington, D. C do 082 

Rudolph & West Company, Washington, D. C <lo 08 

Item 176.— Screws, iron, flathoad, {-inch, No. 8: 

John B. Espey, Washington, D. C do 10 

James B. Lambie Company (Incorporated), Washington, D. C do 103 

Rudolph 4c West Company, Washington, D. C Ao..,. «V^ 



labn B. Espoy 

Kudolph A. » I'si 



Rudnlph 



REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 

Irrm.llathfHd, l-lnfh, So. S: 

D.C. 

iij..-.rri.,rol^4), WaghlnBton. D. C 

-L'. -..r ■ ;. ^Uslilngton, D.C 

ir-n, il.Lili"ua, li-i"tli, No. 8: 

aihliiRton, D.C 

Compuij' iDGorpo rated), Washington, D. C 

•"mi>oi.y Wsjhlngion, D. C 

n. flathead, IJ-inch, So. B; 

anhiTiKton, D. C 

T 

0| 

I, So. 10: 



mill 

John n. I. 

James D. LunhleCompuir (Incorporated). Waahlnfitoa. D. C... 

Rudolph A West Companj- WaghlnKton, D.C 

Ma IKl.— ScrsiTB. ron, ^thMd. ^Incb. So. 10: 

Louis IlarliK, Washington, D.C 

JohnB. Espur ■Washington, D.C 

.lamea B. Umbli^ nompany (Inroiporatedj, Washington, D.C... 

Rudolph* Woil CoDipanT Wmblngton, D. C 

Aim l«.~Sore»s, Iron, flathead, Ij-lnch, So. 10: 

LouliH.nlg. Washington. D.C 

Johnfi. Kspay Waahlnglon. D. C 

Jamps It Lamble Company- i' Incorporated), Washington, D.C 

am IKS.— Sriaw*. in 
John B. Enpef V 



a, D.C... 
J. 10: 



Budol] 



■■I Washington, D.C. . 

3gton,D.C 

1, So. 10: 



John ». y.-jvy Wiiihmgton, D. C 

Jamf» 11. 1, i.ir Company | Incorporated) , Washington, D.C. 

Ruilulpli,!. w— I Company. WaahlngtoD. D. C 

«m 1)1.1. —Strp on, iron, Oathfad. 2t-lnch, No. 10: 

JohnB. B»|ipy. WaBhington, D. C 

JamiiB II [ ijiiM- Company (Incorporated), Washington, D. C. 
Ruduljili .1 " I ■( Company. Washington, D. C 

John 11. E»p«)-. Waahington, D.C 

James II. Lamlile Cumpauy neoqioiated ) , Washington, D. C... 

Budnt[di A'WiMtC<rDipany Washington, D. C 

«m IW.— SiTi'wi, Iron, tlathuad, IJ-ioeb, No. B: 

John B. Etpay, Waahington, D. C 

Jami^ B. Lambic Cnnipany Incorporalod Washington, D. C... 

Kuilol|>h & West Company Washington. D.C 

Item IW. .SnTws. Iron. I1alhpa-l, t)-inch. So. 12; 

John I). Espny. Wa»hlngton. D.C 

Jamrs B. I^mhle Company tlnrorporatMi, Washington, D. C... 

ItiMolph A West Company. Washington. U. C 

tein im. -A-rrwa. Iron, llHtbiicl. H-lnch. So. 12: 

John B. Espey, Washington. D.C 

James B. I^imliir Company rinoorpoTBtiKli, Ws»blngton. D.C... 

Rudolph A Wn<t Company, tt'ashlngton. D. C 

tcm l«ll.-.SrrpKi<. Iron. DatiU'ad. 'J-inch. So. 13: 

John R. K*|>py. Washlnglon, D. i: 

Jami-4 B I Jim liif Company (Incorporatoli, Washlntnon, I>. C... 

Riuloliilt .t: IViTii Company, Washington, D.C 

Ti. n.uhpa.b, ^l-lneh. So. \2: 



JohH ! 



Iiioorporaleili. Washington, D. C 

\Sashtugton, D.C 

, li-lnch. So. H: 



I. Ksjvy. Washington 



~ ' Incorptfrati^ I . Washington, II. < 



REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 223 

Item 193.— Screws, iron, flathoad, IJ-inch. No. 14— Continued. 

Rudolph & West Company, Washington, D. C per gross . . $0. 225 

Item 194.— Screws, iron, flathead, 2i-ineh, No. 14: 

John B. Espey, Washington, D. C do 29 

James B. Lambie Company (Incorporated) , Washington, D. C do 299 

Rudolph & West Company, Washington, D. C do 29 

Item 195.— Screw-drivers, 3-inch, "Champion:" 

Louis Hartlg, Washington, D.C do 1.64 

John B. Espey, Washington, D. C do 1.44 

James B. Lambie Company (Incorporated) , Washington, D.C do 1. 40 

Rudolph & West Company, Washington, D.C do 1. 40 ' 

Item 196.— Screw-drivers, 4-inch, "Champion:" 

Louis Hartig, Washington, D. C do 1.87 

John B. Esi)ey, Washington, D. C do 1.74 

James B. Lambie Company (Incorporated), Washington, D. C do 1.75 

Rudolph & West Company (Incorporated) , Washington, D. C do 1. 70 

Item 197.— Screw-drivers, 6-inch, "Champion:" 

Louis Hartig, Washington, D. C do 2. 66 

John B. Espey, Washington, D. C do 2.44. 

James B. Lambie Company (Incorporated) , Washington, D.C do 2. 43 

Rudolph & West Company, Washington, D.C do 2. 58 

Item 198.— Screw-drivers, 8-lnch, "Champion:" 

Louis Hartig, Washington, D.C : do 3. 55 

John B. Espey, Washington, D. C do 3.24 

James B. Lambie Company (Incorporated) , Washington, D.C do 3. 23 

Rudolph <t West Company, Washington, D.C do 3. 48 

Item 199. — ^Screw-drivers, 10-lnch, "Champion:" 

Louis Ilartlg, Washington, D. C do 4. 60 

John B. Espey, Washington, D. C do 4.04 

James B. Lambie Company (Incorporated) , Washington, D.C , do 4. 18 

Rudolph & West Company, Washington, D.C do 4. 32 

* Item 200.— Tinned trunk nails, J-lnch: 

Louis Hartig, Washington, D.C per pound. . . 077 

John B. Espey, Washington, D.C do 08 

James B. Lambie Company (Incorporated) , Waahington, D.C do 08 

Rudolph & West Company, Washington, D. C do 065 

Item 201.— Tinned trunk nails, 1-lnch: 

Louis Hartig, Washington, D. C do 067 

John B. Espey, Washington, D.C do 07 

James B. Lambie Company (Incorporated) , Washington, D.C do 07 

Rudolph & West Company, Washington, D.C do 06 

Hem 202.- Steel spatulas, 6-lnch: 

Woodward & Lothrop, Washington, D.C per dozen. . 2. 58 

John B. Espey, Washington, D. C do 2.30 

James B. Lambie Company (Incorporated) , Washington, D.C do 2. 39 

Rudolph & West Company, Washington, D.C do 2. 58 

Item 203.— Steel spatulas, 8-inch : 

Woodward & Lothrop, Washington, D.C do 4. 14 

John B. Espey, Washington, D.C do 3. 39 

James B. Lambie Company (Incorporated) , Washington, D.C do 3. 83 

Rudolph & West Company, Washington, D.C do 3. 98 

Item 204.— Steel spatulas, 10-inch: 

Woodward & Lothrop, Washington, D.C do 6. 44 

John B. Espey, Washington, D. C do 4.04 

James B. Lambie Company (Incorporated) , Washington, D. C do 6. 37 

Rudolph & West Company, Washington, D. C do 6. 48 

Item 205. — Safety benzine cans, 1-quart : 

Southern Printers Supply Company, Washington, D. C do 7. 49§ 

Do do.... 14.11 

American Type Founders Company, Philadelphia, Pa do 7. 49J 

Do do ... . 5. 29^ 

F. Wesel Manufacturing Company, Brooklyn, N. Y do 7. 60 

Item 206.— Brass oilers, J-pint, 10-inch spout: 

John B. Espey, Washington, D. C do 4. 75 

James B. Lambie Company (Incorporated) , Washington. D. C do 5. 32 

Rudolph & West Company, Washington, D. C do 2. 00 

Item 207. — Biaas spouts, 18 inches long, for i-pint brass oilers: 

John B. Espey. Washington, DC ^vi "^"X^ 



224 REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 

Item 208.— Brass oilers, 1-gill: 

James B. Lambie Company (Incorporated) , Washington, D. C per dozen. . |L 35 

Rudolph 6l West (Company, Washington, D. C do 1. 20 

Item 209. — Copperized oilers, 4-ounce, 10-inch best spout: 

John B. Espey, Washington, D. C do a 14 

James B. Lambie Company (Incorporated) , Washington, D. C do 1. 73 

Rudolph & West Company, Washington, D. C do L 70 

Item 210. — l-gallon galvanized iron oil cans: 

Woodward & Lothrop, Washington, D. C do L 65 

John B. Espey, Washington, D. C do 1. 44 

James B. Lambie Company (Incorponted), Washington, D. C do L98 

Rudolph & West Company, Washington, D. C do L 64 

Item 211. — 2-gallon galvanized iron oil cans: 

Woodward & Lothrop, Washington, D. C do 2. 48 

John B. Espey, Washington, D. C do 2.49 

James B. Lambie Company (Incorporated), Washington, D. C do a 50 

Rudolph & West Company, Washington, D. C do 2. 69 

Item 212.— 5-gallon galvanized iron oil cans: 

Woodward & Lothrop, Washington, D. C do 4. 09 

John B. Espey, Washington. D. C do 4 24 

James B. Lambie Company (Incorporated), Washington, D. C do 5.98 

Rudolph & West Company, Washington, D. C do 4. 98 

Item 213. — Brass screw rings. |-inch: 

John B. Espey, Washington, D. C per gross. . . 54 

James B. Lambie Company (Incorporated), Washington. D. C do 58 

Rudolph & West Company, Washington, D. C do 59 

Item 214.— Upholsterer's tacks, 2-ounce: 

Louis Ilartig, Washington, D. C per paper.. .013 

John B. Espey, Washington, DC do 014 

James B. Lambie Company (Incorporated), Washington, D. C do 015 

Rudolph & West Company, Washington, D. C do Ollf* 

Item 215— Hanks No. 5 sash cord, *• Silver Lake," "A" quality: 

John B. Espey, Washington, DC per dozen. . ti, 85 

James B. Lambie Company (Incorporated), Washington, D. C do d 19 

Rudolph & West CJompany, Washington, D. C do & 10 

Item 216— Hanks No. 8 sash cord, " Silver Lake," "A" quality: 

John B. Espey, Washington, D. C do & 64 

James B. Lambie CJompany (Incorporated), Washington, D. C do 9. 58 

Rudolph <fc West Company, Washington, D. C do 9. 24 

Item 217— Black pipe, 2-inch: 

The C. J. McCubbin Company, Washington, D. C per foot. . . 09 

Cuyler & Mohler, Baltimore, Md do 079 

Thos. Soinerville <fe Sons, Washington, D. C do 076 

E. G. Schafor A'Co.. Washington. D. C do 085 

Item 218.— Block pipe, IJ-inch: 

The C. J. McCubbin Company, Washington, D. C do 07 

Cuyler & Mohler, Baltimore, Md do 00 . 

Thos. Somerville & Sons, Washington, D. C do 05| 

E. O. Schafer&Co., Washington. D. C do 0G5 

Item 219.— Black pipe, 1-inch: 

ThoC. J. McCubbin Company, Washington, D. C do 04 

Cuylrr A: Mohler, Baltimore, Md do 036 

Thos, SonifTvillo k Sons, Washington, D. C do 0345 

E. G. Schrtf»'r & Co.. Wa.shington, D. (' do 0425 

Item 22f).— Hhick pifx', ]-inch: 

TheC. J. .MiCubhin Company, Wa.shington. I). C do 03 

CuyhT iV .Mohl.T. Baltimore, Md do 025 

Tho«. SonirrvilU- A: Sons. Wa.shington, 1). C do 024 

E. (i. S(haf«'r K Co., Wa.shington, I). C do 0275 

Item 2'Jl. — Hlark sl**am elbows. 2-inch: 

The C. J. MeCiil)l>in Company, Wa.sblrigton. I). C per dozen.. .96 

Cuyler A: MohW-r, Baltimore, Md do 90 

Tlios. Somerville A- Sons, Wa.shington. D. C do M 

v.. (i. S<hafer A Co., Wa.shington, I). C do 84 

Item 222. Black steani elbows, IJ-inch: 

TheC. J. McCubbin Company, Washington, D. C do 72 

Cuyler ^ Mohler, Baltimore, Md do 66 

Thos. Somerville <fc Sons, Washington, D. C do 62 

E. G. SchaforS- Co., Washington, D. C do.... .flfi 



REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTEB. 

Itflm 223.-Hlacli »te«m elbows, ]-lnch: 

The C.J. McCubbin Compftny. Waahlngton. D.C prr Jnn>il. 

Curler & Mohler, Hjillimorti, Md lio... 

Thoi. Somervllle ,l Sons. WMhingtiin, V. V do... 

E. G.Sehaferir,,,, \Va3hii«tmi,D.C do... 

Item 224.— BUct ^tl'lllJl i4lioirH, l-inrh: 

Thee, J. Ml! iilil-iafompmiy Wmhlueloii. I». C Jo... 

CuylfT * Hohlc-r, I in ItUnore, Md do... 

Thos. BomcrvtUe Campsny IVMliliigton. D. C do... 

E.a. 8chafrr*Co.,VB»l]liigtoii.D.c do... 

Item 2^— Blu'k iteani trcs, 2-tneh: 

The C. J. McCul.lun Companj, WsshLngton, D. (' do... 

Cuj-ler & Mohlpr, Baltimore, Mfl do. . . 

Thos. 9onw!r\llLp * Sons, Wftshington, D. C do... 

E. G. SchaferiCo., Washtngton, D, C do... 

It«si 226.-BlBck slo&m tern. Il-lnch: 

ThcC. J. McCulibin Company, Washington, !>,(' do... 

Cuyler & Mohler. Baltimon;, Md do. . . 

TboB. Somnnille A Sons, Wnahington, D. U do... 

E. r>. Bcharer&Co., Waahington, D. C do... 

Item 227.— Black atfam teee, I -Inch: 

TheC. J. McCiibUln Company, Washington, D, C do... 

Cuylfr4Uohlcr, Daltlmora, Md do... 

Thos. SomerviUe Company, Washington, D, C do... 

E. O. Schaler 4 Co., Washington, D. C do... 

Il«m 22S.— Black slesm tees, j-lnrh: 

The C. J. McCubbIn Company WtmhiJIBton, D. C do... 

CuylerA MohkT, Boltiinore, Md do... 

Thos, SoiiiPrvillp Cnnipiiny WaahlBEton. D. C do.„ 

E. G.i3,-ha/fr4Co., Wwhington.D.C do... 

Item 2».— Jenkina Brothers' |-lnrtl slobe vain'!, iTass^ 

TheC. J. McCubbln Company WaalUngton, D. C do... 

Cuyler 4 Mohler BalUraoro.Md do... 

Thoa. Somervllle Compsny, WMhington. D. C do... 

E. G. SchflterACc, W»iliiiiBton,D.C do... 

Item 2JU.— JcDkliU Brolhen' 1-lnch glubn valves, brass: 

TheC. J. MiC I iliUn Company Wftthinglon, D. C do... 

Ctiyler4 Mohler, Bultlmoro, Md do... 

Thos. 8omen-llleAaonJ,W»ihlnKton, 1). C -do... 

E. G. SchiJer A Co., Waahbigton. D. C do... 

lt<-m231.^]enkiIUlicotb[ir9'lHiiL'liglotraviilVi<s. brass: 

TheC. J, Mi-CllUbin Company WnshiUKtaii. R. C do... 

CnylerAUohlflr, Bttltlmiire Md. do.. 

Thos. Somervilli^ 4 3oiu, Washington. D.C do... 

E.a. SohariTACi).. Wmhington-D.*: do... 

Una i32.— Jenklna Grothura' I-lnchgloU' vol ve«. brass: 

ThBC.J.iferubljtnCmnpahV. Waahlngton, D.C do... 

Cuyhr 4 MobliT, BulUmoti-, Md. do.. 

Thos, aomervUlii JiBomi, Waahlngton. D, C do... 

E.G.Sthftfpr 4 Co.. Washington, D.l.' do... 

lt™i -Isa.^lnpaiulnawnt Iftinpn, lIl-ConilhiiOH'r 120 volta, so wattR Ed;80n Wae: 

The Foatoilii Incandetcenl Lamp Cdiiipiiiiy Fostorin. Ohio i-ach 

National Elarlrkal Supply Company. Washington. I), c do... 

Do.. do... 

Thp ColumliiH lopandewent Lamp Company, St. Lonis, Mo do... 

Bryan Marsh €omp»ny New York, S. Y do., 

Thi' Sterling Elu'tricalMamitacturlDgCompuny, warren, ohto do,,. 

.\nchor Lamp Company, New Vork, N. Y do... 

JobnC. Kail, Wn^hlngton, [».C do.. 

The Franklin Eliipino Manulactdrlng Company, llartlord. Conn do.. 

I'otoiiiae Elcttrie Power Cnrnpanj" WHshiniilfn, R. V do. ,. 

SBWypr-MBnElfctrl''f'niiiri,iTn- li.iiilr.i.ir.. Md do... 

ItanJW.-InDanrtCao'nl li ..i. . r Ilii volts. 7S watts. Edison l>a«.': 

TllBrOitorialllCULllli . |[l!lOrlB,<HliO do... 

S»tlOI)BlEl0C!trk'Hiaup]>ly Cnm|wT:y. WHjhington. I). C do,, 

np Company, St. Louis, Mo do... 



226 REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 

Item 234.- Incandescent lamps, 25-candlepower, 120 volts, 73 watts, Edison b:ise— Continued. 

The Sterling Electrical Manufacturing Company, Warren, Ohio each. . 10. 14 

Anchor I^rap Company, New York, X. Y ,do 25 

John C. Rau, Washington, D. C .do 235 

The Franklin Electric Manufacturing Company, Hartford, Conn do 17 

Potomac Elfx?tric Power Company, Washington, D. C do 16 

Sawyer-Man Elwtric Company, Baltimore, Md do 14 

Item 2,'i5.— Incandescent lamps, 32-candlepower, 120 volts, 100 watts. Edison base: 

The Fostoria In?ande8C(?nt Lamp Company, Fostoria, Ohio do 23 

National Electrical Supply Company, Washington, D. C do 23 

Do do 175 

The Columbia Incandescent Lamp Company, St. Louis, Mo do 25 

Bryan Marsh Company, New York, N. Y do 25 

The St<'rllng El'vtrical Manufacturing Company, Warren, Ohio .'.do 23 

Anchor Lamp Company, New York, N. Y do.... .25 

John C. Kau, Washington, D. C do 235 

The Franklin Electric Manufacturing Company, Hartford, Conn do 24 

Potomac Electric Power Company, Washington, D. C do 25 

Sawyer-Man Electric Company, Baltimore, Md do 23 

Item 2:i(>.— Incandescent arc lights, carbons 12 inches by ^ inch: 

Natiomil Electrical Supply ('ompany, Wa.shington, D. C : do 03 

John C. Kau, Washington, I). C do 0245 

Item 2:i7. (frimshaw tape, black, }-i^<^h wide: 

National Eh'ctrical Supply Company, Washington, I). C per pound. . . 60 

John C. Rau, Washington, I). C do 60 

Item 2.'i8.— Lamp cord. No. 18, B. & 8. gauge: 

National Electrical Supply Company, Washington, D. C per yard . . .04 

JohnC. Rau, Washington, D. C do 036 

Item 230.— Rubl>er wire. No. 12. B. & 8. gauge: 

Natioml Elfytrical Supply Company, Washington, D. C per 100 feet . . 1. 50 

JohnC. Rau, Washington, I). C do.... 1.40 

Item 240. - Rubl>er wire. No. 10. B. & S. gua^e: 

National Electrical Supply Company, Washington, I). C do 2.00 

John C. Rau, Washington, D. C do 1.90 

Item 241.--Rul)l)er wire. No. 8. B. & S. guug<": 

National Electrical Supply Company, Washington. 1). C do 2. 65 

John C. Rau, Washington, I). C do. . . . 2. 40 

Item 242. Rul)lH'r win'. No. 6. B. A S. guage: 

National Electrical Supply Company, Washington. I). C do 4.00 

JohnC. Rau, Washington, 1) .C do.... 4.00 

Item 24'i. -Virginia-pin<* culls, 1 inch thick, 12 inches wide, and 16 feet long, dresaiHl one side: 

Thos. W. Smith. Washington, D. C per Mfeet.. 2&00 

W. T. Galliher A Bro.. Washington, D. C do.... 27.50 

Thomas R. Riley, Washington, D. C do.... 2&00 

Church A: St<«phen.Hon, Washington. D. C do 2ft. 00 

Item 244. -Virginia-pine culls, rough, 1 inch thick, 12 inches wide, all lengths from 12 to 16 feet: 

Thos. W. Smith. Washington. D. C .-per M feet.. 2ft.0O 

W. T. Galllh*r& Bro.. Washington. I). C do.... 2ft. 50 

Thomas K. Riley, Washington I). C do.... 25i00 

Church A SU-phenson. Washington, D. C do 25l00 

Item 24.'>. — WhiU*-piiu' shelving. Ix»st quality, fn-** from shakes. 1 inch thick, 12 inches wide, 16 
feet l«ng. dn'ssed: 

Thos. W. Smith. Washington. 1). C per Mfeet.. 55l0O 

W. T. C.alliher A Bro., Washington. D. C do.... OaOO 

Thomas K. Uiley, Washin:<?t<m. D. C do.... 47.50 

Church <V: Stephen.»*on. Washington. I). C do 84.00 

Item 24<i. -White-pine sehft.s. kiln-dried. 1 inch thick, all widths. 12 to 16 feet long, dressed: 

Thos. W. Smith. Washington, 1>. C per Mfeet.. 96i00 

W. T. (lalliher A: Bro.. Washington. D. C do.... 105.00 

Thoma.s R. Riley. Washington. I). C .^. do.... 82.50 

Church <^- Stephi'uson. Washington. D. C do 77.50 

Item 247. \Vhit«-{)ine si-l^nts. kiln-dried. IJ Inches thick, all widths. 12 to 16 feet long, dressed: 

Thos. W. Smith. Wa.shington. D. C per Mfeet.. 06lOO 

W. T. (Jalliher cV Bro.. Washington. I). C do lO&OO 

Thomas R. Riley. Washington. I). C do 82.50 

('hun-h Ai St<'phen.Hon, Washington. I). C do 77.50 

Item 24S.— White-pine si'li'cts. kiliwiried, 2 iiu'hes thick, all widths. 12 to 16 feet long, drossed: 

ThoM. W. Smith. Washington. D. C per Mfeet.. 95.00 

n'. T. (iuilihrr A: Brn.. W/i.^hingfon. D. C do.... lO&OO J 



REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 227 

Item 248.— White-pine selects, kiln-dried, 2 Inches thick, all widths, 12 to 16 feet long, dressed— 
Continued. 

Thomas Tl. Riley, Washington, D. C per M feet.. $82.50 

Church & Stephenson, Washington, D. C do 77. 50 

Item 249.— Georgia-pine flooring. No. 1, 1 J inches thick, 12 to 18 feet long, edge grain: 

Thos. W. Smith, Washington, D. C do.... 64.00 

W. T. OalilherA Bro., Washington, D. C do.... 62.60 

Tomas R. Riley, Washington, D. C do ... . 62. 60 

Church St Stephenson, Washington, D. C do 55. 00 

Item 250. — Cabinet oak, kiln-dried,' 1-inch thick, various lengths, dressed : 

Thos. W . Smith , Washington, D . C do ... . 70. 00 

W. T. OalllherA Bro., Washington, D. C do.... 65.00 

Thomas R. Riley. Washington, D. C do.... 65.00 

Henry H. Sheip Manufacturing Company, Philadelphia, Pa do 72. 00 

Church & Stephenson, Washington, D. C... do 60.00 

Item 251.— Cabinet oak, Jciln-drled, IJ Inches thick, 16 feet long, dressed: 

Thos. W. Smith, Washington. D. C do 70.00 

W. T. Galllher <fc Bro., Washington, D. C do.... 70.00 

Thomas R. Riley, Washington, D. C do • 66. 00 

Church & Stephenson, Washington, D. C do 62. 00 

Item 252.— Cabinet oak, kiln-dried, 2 inches thick, various lengths, dressed: 

Thos. W. Smith, Washington, D. C do 70.00 

W. T. Galllher & Bro., Washington, D. C do. . . . 70. 00 

Thomas R. Riley, Washington, D. C do 65.00 

Henry H. Sheip Manufacturing Company, Philadelphia, Pa do 76. 00 

Church & Stephenson, Washington, D. C do 62. 00 

Item 253.— Cabinet oak. kiln-dried, 4 by 4 inches, from 12 to 16 feet long: 

Thos. W. Smith, Washington, D. C do. . . . 75. 00 

W.T. GalliherA Bro., Washington. D. C do.... . 80.00 

Thomas R. Riley, Washington, D. C do. . . . 70. 00 

Church & Stephenson, Washington, D. C do 70.00 

Item 254.— Tennessee poplar, kiln-dried, various lengths, dressed to i inch: 

Thos. W. Smith, Washington, D. C do. . . . 52. 00 

W. T. Galllher & Bro., Washington. D. C do. . . . 52. 50 

Thomas R. Riley. Washington, D. C do. . . . 55. 00 

Henry H. Sheip Manufacturing Company, Philadelphia, Pa do 57. 50 

Cfaurdh d{ Steplieiison, Washington, D. C do 52. 60 

Item 255.— Tennessee poplar, 4 by 4 inches, various lengths: 

Thos. W. Smith, Washington, D. C do ... . 66. 00 

W. T. Galllher & Bro., Washington, D. C do. . . . 72. 60 

Thomas R. Riley, Washington, D. C do ... . 70. 00 

Church & StepheiMon, Washington, D. C do 70. 00 

Item 256.— Cherry, various lengths, dressed to | inch: 

Thos. W. Smith, Washington, D. C do ... . 1 10. 00 

W. T. Galliher & Bro., Washington, D. C do ... . 130. 00 

Thomas R. Riley, >^shington, D. C do 150.00 

Henry H. Sheip Manufacturing Company, Philadelphia, Pa do 110. 00 

Church & Stephenson. VVashington, D. C do 140.00 

Item 257.— Virginia pine, 3 by 4 inches. 12 to 24 feet long, rough: 

Thos. W. Smith, Washington, D. C do.... 22.00 

W. T. Galliher & Bro., Washington. D. C do.... 22.50 

Thomas R. Riley, Washington, D. C do 17.50 

Church & Stephenson, Washington, D. C do 17.50 

Item 258.— Georgia pine, 2J by 3 inches, various lengths, dressed: 

Thos. W. Smith, Washington, D. C do. . . . SO. 00 

W. T. Galllher & Bro.. Washington, D. C do.... 60.00 

Thomas R. Riley, Washington, D. C do 37. 50 

Church & Stephenson, Washington, D. C do 35. 00 

Item 250.— Georgia pine, 4 by 6 inches, 12 to 30 let^t long, dreswd four sides: 

Thos. W. Smith, Washington, D. C do. . . . .%. 00 

W. T. Galliher & Bro., Washington, D. C do. . . . TiO. 00 

Thomas R. RUey, Washington, D. C do. . . . 37. .50 

Church & Stephenson, Washington. D. C do 37 .'iO 

Item 260.— Maple, 2 inches thick, all widths, 12 to U\ fi>et long, rough: 

Thos. W. Smith, Washington, D. C do. ... 50. 00 

W. T. Galliher & Bro., Washington, D. C do. . . . 50.00 

Thos. R. Riley, Washington. D. C do. ... 67. 50 

Henry H. Sheip Manufacturing Company, Philadelphia, I'a ^ci *iJb.^«v 

Church A Stephenson, Washington, D. C ^^ "^ 



228 REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 

Item 261.— TowelH, 20 by 40 inches: 

John Wanaraaker, Philadelphia, Pa , per dozen. . 11. 75 

r. Do do 2. 10 

* Do do 3.00 

R. P. Clarke Company, Washington, D. C do. . . . 2. 98 

I^nsburgh <t Bro., Washington, D. C do 2.90 

Do do.... 2.90 

Do do 3.15 

Item 262.— Towels, hand, 14 by 20 inches: 

John Wanamaker, Philadelphia, Pa do 725 

Do do 1.00 

Do do 1.80 

Do do l.CO 

R. P. Clarke Company, Washington, D. C do. ... 1. 69 

Lansburgh & Bro., Washington, D. C do 90 

Do .<lo 1.175 

Item 263.— Crash for toweling, 18 inches wide: 

John Wanamaker, Philadelphia, Pa per yard . . . 1025 

Do do 10625 

bo do 12625 

Do do 1126 

Do do 166 

R. P. Clarke Company, Washington, D. C do 139 

Do do 12 

Do do 15 

Do do 129 

Do do 19 

. Do do 16 

Lansburgh & Bro., Washington, D.C do 136 

Do , do 152 

W. B. Moses & Sons, Washington, D. C do 10 

Do do 105 

Item 264.— Bleached cotton, yard wide: 

John Wanamaker, Philadelphia, Pa do 07876 

R. P. Clarke Company, Washington, D. C do 0873 

Lansburgh dc Bro., Washington, D. C do 0676 

Do do.... .08 

Do do 0826 

Edwin II. Taggart, Philadelphia, Pa do 0866 

Item 265.— Bleached cotton, 42 inches wide: 

John Wanamaker, Philadelphia, Pa do 1095 

R. P. Clarke Company, Washington, D. C do 119 

Lansburgh 6l Bro., Washington, D. C do 0926 

Edwin II. Taggart, Philadelphia, Pa do 1199 

Do do 121 

Item 266.— Bleached cotton, 6-4 wide: 

John Wanamaker, Philadelphia, Pa do 1616 

R. P. Clarke Company, Washington, D. C do 171 

Lansburgh & Bro., Washington, D. C do 16 

Do do 1776 

Edwin II. Taggart, Philadelphia, Pa do 171 

Do , do 1746 

Item 2f.7.--nicaohed cotton, 9-4 wide: 

John Wanamaker, Philadelphia, Pa do 228 

R. P. Clarke Company, Washington, D. C do 239 

Lan.sburgh <t Bro.. Washington. D. C do 226 

Do do 255 

Edwin 11. Taggart, Philadelphia, Pa do 249 

Item 2(iS.-Hleache<l cotton. 10-4 wide: 

John Wanamaker. Philadelphia, Pa do 252 

R. P. Clarke Company, Washington, D. C do 262 

Lansburgh <t Bro., Washington, D. C do 246 

Do do 266 

Edwin 11. Taggart, Philadelphia, Pa do 271 

Do do 209 

Item 260.— Unbleached cotton, yard wide: 

John Wanamaker, Philadelphia, Pa do 0636 

R. P. Clarke Company, Washington, D. C do 061 

Do do 017 



RKPOKT OF THE PUBLIC PHINTKR. 



229 



Item 269.— Unbleached cottou, yard wide— Continued. 

R. P. Clarke Company, Washington, D. C.-sContlnued. 

Do per yard . 

Do do . . . 

Lansburgh & Bro., Washington, D. C do... 

Do do ] . . 

Do do... 

Edwin II. Taggart, Philadelphia, Pa do... 

Item 270.— Unbleached cotton, &-4 wide: 

John Wanamaker, Philadelphia, Pa do. . . 

R. P. Clarke Company, Washington, D. C do. . . 

Lansburgh & Bro., Washington, D. C do... 

Do do... 

Edwin H. Taggart, Philadelphia, Pa do... 

Do do... 

Item 271.— Unbleached canton flannel, 32 inches wide: 

John Wanamaker, Philadelphia, Pa do 

R. P. Clarke Company, Washington, D. C do 

Lansburgh & Bro., Washington, D. C do.... 

Do do.... 

Item 272. — Blue denim, yard wide: 

John Wanamaker, Philadelphia, Pa do 

R. P. Clarke Company, Washington, D. C do 

Do do 

Lansburgh & Bro., Washington, D. C do 

W. B. Moses & Sons, Washington, D. C do 

Iton 273.— Paper cambric, white, in rolls: 

John Wanamaker, Philadelphia, Pa do 

R. P. Clarke Company, Washington, D. C do 

Lansburgh & Bro., Washington, D. C do 

Item 274.— Cambric, white, 24 Inches wide: 

John Wanamaker, Philadelphia, Pa do 

R. P. Clarke Company, Washington, D. C do 

Lansburgh & Bro., Washington. D. C do 

Item 276.— Silicia, brown, 36 inches wide: 

John Wanamaker, Philadelphia, Pa do 

U. P. Clarke Company, Washington, D. C do 

Lansburgh & Bro., Washington, D. C do 

Item 276.— Alpaca braid, |-inch, in 24-yard pieces: 

R. P. Clarke Company, Washington, D. C do 

Do do 

Do do 

Lansburgh & Bro., Washington, D. C do 

Do do 

Item 277.— English twilled tape, |-Ineh wide, In rolls of 12 yards each: 

R. P. Clarke Company, Washington, D. C do 

Do do.... 

Lansburgh & Bro., Washington, D. C do 

Item 278.— Jeweler's cotton, white: 

Z. D. GUman, Washington, D. C pi»r pound . . 

Item 279.— Army blankets, 64 by 84 Inches, weighing about 5 pounds: 

John Wanamaker, Philadelphia, Pa each. . 

Lansburgh & Bro., Washington, D. C do 

Item 280.— Black mohair tubular shoe laces, 3H Inches long, with tlntag ends: 

R. P. Clarke Company, Washington, D. C per pair. . 

Item 281.— Black mohair tubular shoe laces, 36 Inches long, with spiral wlretag ends: 

R. P. Clarke Company, Washington, D. C do 

Item 282. — Round black cotton shoe laces, 36 Inches long, with tlntag ends: 

R. P. Clarke Company, Washington, D. C do 

Item 283.— Rope (or pressing machines, /„-lnch: 

John P. Nawrath, New York, N. Y per pound. . 

Shoemaker & Busch, PhiladelphiH. Pa do 

Item 284.— Rope for pressing machines, J-lnch: 

John P. Nawrath, New York, N. Y do. . . . 

Shoemaker & Busch, Philadelphia, Pa do 

Item 286.— Cotton wrapping cord: 

John P. Nawrath, New York, N. Y do. . . . 

R. P. Clarke Company, Washington, D. C do 

Shoemaker & Busoh, Philadelphia, Pa A^ . . 



SO. 042 
.063 
.0026 
.0776 
.0826 
.052 

.1416 

.162 

.1376 

.166 

.160 

.167 

.12876 
.116 
.116 
.136 

.176 
.169 
.136 
.176 
.19 

.0676 

.067 

.066 

.04376 

.042 

.046 

.0676 

.006 

.106 

.012 

.026 

.02 

.03 

.0376 

.012 

.02 

.009 

.21 

3.45 
3.226 

.015 

.025 

.02 

.07 
.07 

.07 
.07 

.152 
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230 REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRIKTER. ' 

Item 2S<).— Page cord, in balls: 

John P. Nawrath, New York, N. Y p^r pound. . 10. 22 

R. P. Cljirke Company, Washington, D. C do 229 

Shoemaker & Busch, Philadelphia, Pa do .235 

Item 287. — Jute, 6-ply, heavy: 

John P. Nawrath, New York, N. Y do 069 

Do do 079 

Do do 069 

Shoemaker & Busch, Philadelphia, Pa do 08251 

Item 288 — Juto, 6-ply, medium: 

John P. Nawrath, New York, N. Y do 060 

Do do 069 

Shoemaker & Busch, Philadelphia, Pa do 085 

Item 289.— Jute, 6-ply, light: 

John P. Nawrath, New York, N. Y do 098 

Do do 093 

Shoemaker & Busch, Philadelphia, Pa do 104 

Item 290.— Jute, 8-ply, heavy > 

John P. Nawrath, New York, N. Y do 069 

Do do 079 

Do do 069 

Shw^maker & Busch, Philadelphia, Pa. do 0795 

Item 291.— Jute, 8-ply, medium: 

John P. Nawrath, New York, N. Y do 069 

Shoemak*»r & Busch, Philadelphia, Pa do 075 

Item iiri. -Jute. S-ply, light: 

John P. Nawrath. New York, N. Y do 1)60 

Sh(K'mak<'r A Bu.sch, Philadelphia, Pa do 107 

Item 29.'^ -Wrapping twine, strong and soft, 3, 4, and 5 ply: 

John V. Nawrath. New York, N. Y do 10 

Do do 09K 

The Cincinnati Cordage and Pap<'r Company, Cincinnati, Ohio do 18 

Shoemaker iV Busch. Philadelphia. Pa do ,225 

Item 294. -Florida sponge, medium: 

Robert H. Van Schaach. Chicago. Ill do 5.50 

Z. I). (Jilman, Washington. D. C do.... 3.60 

Do do 2.95 

-\. Moses. Sons A: Co. (Incorporated). New York, N. Y do 72 

Shoemaker & Busch. Philadelphia, Pa do 2. 78 

Item 295. - Florida sponge, small: 

Robert II. Van Schaack. Chicago. Ill do.... 2.85 

.V. Moses. Sons «^ Co. (Incorporated). New York. N. Y do 58 

Shoemaker «t Busch, Philadelphia, Pa do 2.08 

Iteni 2*.M). -Venetian Formes sponge, bleached, medium: 

Z. I). Cilinan. Washington. D. C do 3.70 

Sh<M'inaker A Busch, Philadelphia. Pa do 4.40 

IttMU 2*.»7. -Venetian Formes sponge, unbleached, medium: 

Z. D. Oilman. Washington. D. C do 2.50 

Item 29.S. Sponges for sponge cups: 

KolM'ft H. Van S<-haack. Chicago. Ill do 1.00 

Z. I). Oilman. Washington. D. C do 2.50 

.\. .M«)>*es, Sons iV- Co. (Inrorporated), New York. N. V do 1.95 

Sho maker tV Busch. Philadelphia. Pa do 2.20 

Item 2*.«*». Oasoline. Ti'^. I»est (juality. deo(|ori74Ml: 

Standanl Oil Cornpuny. Baltimon'. Md p«'r gallon. , . 125 

Item :()0. Tan olin; 

Vineriean TyiM' Founders Company. Baltimon'. Md do 265 

Southern Printers Supply C().npany, Washington. I). C do 20 

Culvers il Supply Coup iny. N 'w York. \. Y do .T 

I> 'liiTlit C.v nicil Co up my. N 'w York. N. Y do 27 

Item ;()l. .VIeohol. 94 percent: 

Shoi'maker «V Bus<'h. Philadelphia. Pa do 2.54 

Item .'02. Best n*flne<l wood aUohol. 95 p<*rcent: 

(MM.rge F. Muth"A: Co.. Washingt<m. I). C do 80 

Hugh Keilly. \Vashingt(»n. I). C do 80 

K.J. .Murphy Company (Incorporate<l . Washington. I). C do 75 

Sh<M'nuiker A Bu.s<'h, Philadelphia, Pa do 749 

Unm Hirst Ac Son. New York, N. Y do 94 

Mh/'JchU Brothers, Wa.shington, I). C do 75 



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Item 203,— run' linseed oil: 

George F. Muth & Co., Washington, D.C per gallon. . Sft. 4^ 

Hugh Reilly, Washington, D. C do 45 

E. J. Murphy Company (Incorporated). Wnshington, D. C do .48 

Franklin Brown, Brooklyn N. Y do .45 

Shoemaker & Busch. Philadelphia, I*a do .435 

Charles Becker & Co., Washington, D. C do 43 

Item .304.— Pure linseed oil, boiled: 

George F. Muth & Co., Washington, D. C do 51 

Hugh Reilly, Washington D . C do 47 

E. J . Murphy Company (Incorporated) , Washington, D. C do .51 

Franklin Brown. Brooklyn. N. Y do .52 

Shoemaker & Busch. Philadelphia, Pa do . 445 

Charles Becker & Co., Washington. D. C do .45 

Item 305. — Lewis's white lead, or other equally good: 

Geo. F. Muth & Co., Washington, D. C per pound.. .069 

Hugh Reilly, Washington, D. C do 0685 

E. J. Murphy Company (Incorporated), Washington, D. C '. . . .do . 069 

Shoemaker & Busch, Philadelphia, Pa do 06 

Charles Becker <k Co., Washington, I). C do .07 

Item 306.— Pure putty: 

Geo. F. Muth & Co., Washington, D. C do 02 

Hugh Reilly, Washington, D. C do 02 

E. J. Murphy Company (Incorporated), Washington, D. C do .025 

Shoemaker & Busch, Philadelphia, Pa do 0148 

Leon Hirst & Son, New York, N. Y '.do 049 

Charles Becker & Co., Washington, D. C do 018 

Item 307.— Turpentine: 

Geo. F. Muth & Co., Washington, D. C do 75 

Hugh Reilly, Washington, D. C do 80 

E. J. Murphy Company (Incorporated), Washington, D. C do .90 

Franklin Brown, Brooklyn, N. Y do.... .74 

Shoemaker & Busch, Philadelphia, Pa '. do 735 

Leon Hirst & Son, New York, N. Y do L19. 

Charles Becker & Co., Washington, D. C. do 70 

Item 308. — Crude turpentine: 

Shoemaker & Busch, Philadelphia, Pa do 034 

Leon Hirst & Son, New York, N. Y do 07 

Item 309.— Potash, first sorts: 

Franklin Brown, Brooklyn, N. Y do 039 

Shoemaker & Busch, Philadelphia, Pa do 057 

Leon Hirst & Son, New York, N. Y do 069 

Mackall Bros., Washington, D. C do 0575 

Item 310.— Pearlash: 

Shoemaker & Busch, Philadelphia, Pa do 0476 

Item 311. — Axle grease, snowflake: 
No bidders. 

Item 312.— Axle grease, Dixon's graphite: 

Hugh Reilly. Washington, D. C do 11 

Shoemaker & Busch, Philadelphia, Pa do — . 095 

Item 313.— Albany lubricating compound. No. 2: 

William G. Stevenson, Philadelphia, Pa do 10 

Geo. F. Muth & Co., Washington, D. C do.... ■ .106 

Hugh Reilly, Washington. I). C do 11 

National Electrical Supply Company, Washington, D. C do .11 

E. J. Murphy Company (Incorporated), Washington, I). C do 12 

The C. J. McCubbin Company, Washington. D. C do 16 

John B. Espey, Washington, D. C do 103 

Franklin Brown, Brooklyn, N. Y do 115 

James B. Lambie Company (Incorporated), Washington, D. C do . 105 

Thos. Somerville & Sons, Washington, D. C do .12 

Sho.'^maker & Busch, Philadelphia, Pa do . 1175 

Do do 085 

Leon Hirst & Son, New York. N. Y do 142 

Rudolph & West Company. Washington, D, C do .106 

Item 314.— Albany lubricating compound. No. 3: 

William G. Stevenson. Philadelphia. Pa do 10 

Geo. F. Muth «k Co., Washington, D. C do 106 



232 REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 

Item 314.— Albmy lubricating compound, No. 3— Continued. 

Hugh Reilly, Washington. D. C per pound. . SO. 11 

National Electrical Supply Company, Washington, D. C do .11 

E. J. Murphy Company (Incorporated), Washington, D. C do 12 

The C. J. McCubbin Company (Incorporated), Washington, D. C do 16 

John B. Espey, Washington, D. C do 103 

James B. Lambie Company (Incorporated) , Washington, D. C do .105 

Thos. Somerville & Sons, Washington, D. C do 12 

Shoemaker & Busch, Philadelphia. Pa do 1175 

Do do 085 

J^on Hirst & Son. New York. N. Y do 142 

Rudolph & West Company, Washington, D. C do .106 

Item 315.— Paul's lubricating compound: 

William J. Paul Company, New York, N. Y do 20 

Item 316. — Petroleum jelly in 5-pound cans: 

William G. Stevenson, Philadelphia. Pa do 10 

Franklin Brown, Brooklyn, N. Y n do 075 

Shoemaker & Busch, Philadelphia, Pa do 057 

Mackall Brr a., Washington, D. C do 05 

Item 317. — Cooper's So. 1 cabinet glue: 

Geo. P. Muth & Co., Washington, D. C do 17 

Hugh Re lly. Washington, D. C do 13 

E. J. Murphy Company (Incorporated), Washington, D. C do 13 

James B. Lambie Company (Incorporated), Washington, D. C do 17 

Commonwealth Glue Company, Boston, Mass do .13 

SheoTnakcr & Busch, Philadelphia, Pa do 24'> 

Do ; do 145 

Item 318.— Berry's hard-o!l finish, light: 

Geo. P. Muth & Co., Washington, D. C per gallon.. 1.35 

Hugh Re lly. Wash ngton, D. C do 1.30 

E. J. Murphy Company (Incorporated), Washington, D. C do 1.55 

Shoemaker & Busc^h, Ph ladelph a. Pa do 1.49 • 

Charles Becker A: Co.. Washington, D. C do 1.30 

Item 319.— Prench z nc in oil. in 25-pound cans: 

Geo. P. Muth & Co., Washington. D. C per pound.. .0825 

Hugh Re lly, Wash ngton, D. C do 08 

E. J. Murphy Company (Incorporated), Wa8hingt<in, D. C do 095 

Prankl n Brown, Brooklyn, N. Y do .10 

Shoemaker & Busch, Ph'hulelpha. Pa do .079 

Charles Becker A: Co., Wash ngton. D. C do 10 

Item 320. — Nitrate of silver: 

Shc'craaker & Busch, Ph ladelphia. Pa do 6.72 

Mackall Bros.. Washington. D. C do.... 6.75 

Item 321.— Bo.xes wax tapers: 

Woodward <fc Lothrop. Washington. D. C do .36 

James B. Lamb e Company (Incorporated), Washington, D. C do .34 

Shoemaker & Bus<h. Philadelphia, Pa do 3i') 

Item 322.— Stear.n candles: 

Franklin Brown, Brooklyn, \. Y do 12 

The P. 11. Sh(»ohy Company. Washington, I). C do 09ft 

Item 323. SU-el wool. Biihne's No. 1: 

E. J. .Murphy Company (Incorporated), Washington, D. C do 38 

Janifs B. Lanihio Company (Incorporated), Wa.«*h ngton. D. C do .33 

Charles Bocker tV- Co.. Washington, D. C do 34 

Item 324. -Sola ri no: 

Woodward «^- Lothrop, Washington, D. C per gross. . 78^90 

1 f ugh R«'!ll y. Washington. D. C do 75. 00 

The P. II. Shi-ehy (ompany, Washington. D. C do 87..'»0 

Jami'.H B. Lamb o Company (Incorporated), Washington, I). C do 68. 9h 

.Shoemaker A Busch. Ph ladelph a, Pa do 77.40 

Ru<lolph A: West Company, Washington, D. C do 80. 70 

The Bell Manufacturing Company, St. Louis, Mo do 72.00 

Item 32.*».— No. 1 glass, single thick. 10 by 12 inches: 

Geo. F. .Muth A: Co.. Washington, D. C per box. . 2. 25 

Hugh Reilly, Washington, D. C .• .' do 2.38 

E. J. Murphy Company (Incorporated), Washington, D. C do 2.48 

Shoemaker & Busch, Philadelphia, Pa do 2.29 

Leon Hirst A Son, New York, N. Y do 2.99 



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Item 326.— No. 1 glass, single thick, 12 by 14 indies: 

Geo. F. Muth & Co., Washington, D. C per box. . $2. 35 

Hugh Reilly, Washington, D. C do.... 2. 48 

E. J. Murphy (Company (Incorporated), Washington, D. C do 2. 65 

Shoemaker & Busch, Philadelphia, Pa do 2.39 

Leon Hirst & Son, New York, N. Y do 3. 14 

Item 327.— No. 1 glass, single thick, 12 by 15 inches: 

Geo. F. Muth & Co., Washington, D. C do.... 2.35 

Hugh Reilly, Washington, D. C do. . . . 2. 48 

E. J. Murphy Company (Incorporated), Washington, D. C do 2.65 

Shoemaker & Busch, Philadelphia, Pa •. do 2. 39 

Leon Hirst & Son, New York, N. Y do. . . . 3. 14 

Item 328.— No. 1 glass, single thick, 12 by 18 inches: 

Geo. F. Muth & Co., Washington, D. C do.... 2.35 

Hugh ReiUy, Washington, D. C do.... 2.48 

E. J. Murphy Company (Incorporated), Washington, D. C do 2.65 

Shoemaker <& Busch, Philadelphia, Pa do 2.39 

Leon Hirst & Son, New York, N . Y do 3. 14 

Item 329.— No. 1 glass, single thick, 12 by 20 Inches: 

Geo. F. Muth & Co., Washington, D. C do.... 2.35 

Hugh Reilly, Washington D. C do.... 2.48 

E. J. Murphy Company (Incorporated) , Washington, D. C do 2. 65 

Shoemaker & Busch, Philadelphia, Pa do 2. 39 

Leon Hirst & Son, New York, N. Y do 3.14 

Item 330.— No. 1 glass, double thick, 27 by 51 inches: 

Geo. F. Muth & Co., Washington, D. C do.... 4.95 

HughReilly, Washington, D. C do.... 4.95 

E. J. Murphy Company (Incorporated), Washington, D. C do 5.50 

Shoemaker & Busch, Philadelphia, Pa do 3. 44 

Leon Hirst & Son, New York, N. Y do 6. 00 

Item 331.— Glue brushes, IJ-lnch, copper-bound: 

Woodward & Lothrop, Washington, D. C per dozen. . 3. 18 

R. P. Clarke Company, Washington, D. C do 3.60 

Geo. F. Muth & Co., Washington, D. C do.... 3.90 

Do do 3.40 

Shoemaker & Busch, Philadelphia, Pa. do 3. 40 

Charles Becker & Co., Washington, D. C do 3. 85 

Item 332.— Glue brushes, 2-lnch copper-bound: 

Woodward & Lothrop, Washington, D. C do 5. 46 

R. P. Clarke Company, Washington, D.C do 6.00 

Geo. F. Muth & Co., Washington, D. C do.... 6.80 

Do do 6.80 

Shoemaker & Busch, Philadelphia, Pa do 6.20 

Charles Becker & Co., Washington, D.C do 6. 60 

Item 333.— Glue brushes, 2^lnch, copper-bound: 

Woodward & Lothrop, Washington, D. C do 13. 24 

R. P. Clarke Company, Washington, D.C do 14.40 

Geo. F. Muth & Co., Washington, D.C do.... 14.00 

Do do.... 12.60 

Shoemaker & Busch, Philadelphia, Pa. do 12. 40 

Charles Becker dc Co., Washington, D.C do 14.85 

Item 334.— Glue brushes, 3-lnch, copper-bound: 

Woodward & Lothrop, Washington, D.C do 20. 58 

R. P. Clarke Company, Washington, D.C do 23. 40 

Geo. F. Muth & Co., Washington, D.C do 24.26 

Do do 24.00 

Shoemaker & Busch, Philadelphia, Pa do 22. 60 

Charles Becker & Co., Washington, D.C do 25.00 

Item 335.— Pick brushes, all bristle, wire-botmd: 

Geo. F. Muth <fcCo., Washington, D.C do 7.10 

Shoemaker & Busch, Philadelphia, Pa. '. do 7. 90 

Item 336.— Lye brushes: 

Geo. F. Muth* Co., Washington, D.C do 4.00 

American Type Founders Company, Philadelphia, Pa do 11. 76 

Do do 5.88 

Shoemaker & Busch, Philadelphia, Pfl do 3. 45 

Charles Becker & Co., Washington, D.C do 4. 18 

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234 REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 

Item 337.— Brushes, all bristle, Clinton No. 3: 

Geo. F. Muth & Co., Washington, D. C perdoMn.. S10.90 

HughReiUy, Washington, D. C do.... 4.80 

Shoemaker & Busch, Philadelphia, Pa. do 12, 60 

Item 338.— Fitches, J-inch: 

Woodward & Lothrop, Washington, D. C do 54 

Do do 66 

R. P. Clarke Company, Washington, D. C do 60 

Geo. F. Muth & Co., Washington, D. C do 46 

Hugh Reilly, Washington, D. C do 90 

E. J. Murphy Company (Incorporated), Washington, D. C do 1.20 

Shoemaker & Busch, Philadelphia, Pa. do 64 

Charles Becker & Co., Washington, D. C do 80 

Item 339.— Sash tools, No. 8: 

Woodward & Lothrop, Washington, D. C do 2. 31 

R. P. Clarke Company, Washington, D. C do 1. 40 

Do do.... 2.50 

Geo. F. Muth & Co., Washington, D. C do 2.40 

Hugh ReUly, Washington, D. C do. . . . 1. 50 

E. J. Murphy Company (Incorporated), Washington, D. C do 3.50 

Shoemaker & Busch, Philadelphia, Pa do 1. flO 

Charles Becker & Co., Washington, D. C do 1.80 

Do do 3.00 

Item 340.— Dustbrushes, round end, all bristle: 

Woodward & Lothrop, Washington, D. C do 4. 30 

Do do 4. 39 

Do do 3.29 

R. P. Clarke Co., Washington, D. C do.... 4.20 

Do do 4.60 

James B. Lambie Company (Incorporated) , Washington, D. C do 3. 73 

Shoemaker & Busch, Philadelphia, Pa do 6.90 

Item 341.— Turkey-feather dusters, 14-inch: 

Woodward & Lothrop, Washington, D. C do 2. 68 

E. J. Murphy Company (Incorporated), Washington, D. C do 7.00 

Shoemaker & Busch, Philadelphia, Pa do 2. 64 

Charles Becker & Co., Washington, D. C do 2.66 

Item 342.— King waU brushes, "Whiting," No. 3: 

Geo. F. Muth & Co., Washington, D. C do.... ia80 

Hugh ReiUy, Washington, D. C do laOO 

E. J. Murphy Company (Incorporated), Washington, D. C do 9.00 

Shoemaker <fe Busch, Philadelphia, Pa do 9. 40 

Charles Becker <fe Co., Washington, D. C do 9. 50 

Item 343.— XX King waU brushes, "Whiting," No. 5: 

Geo. F. Muth & Co., Washington, D. C do.... 16^00 

Hugh Reilly, Washington, D. C do. ... 13. 00 

E. J. Murphy Company (Incorporated), Washington, D. C do 10.00 

Shoemaker & Busch, Philadelphia, Pa do 14. 70 

Charles Becker & Co., Washington, D. C do 14. 80 

Item 344.— Goat-hair brushes, Clinton Special 22: 

Geo. F. Muth & Co., Washington, D. C do.... 7.85 

Shoemaker <fe Busch, Philadelphia, Pa do 8.70 

Item 345.— Machinist's stiff-bristle dustbrushes, straight end: 

Woodward & Lothrop, Washington, D. C do 2.47 

Shoemaker & Busch, Philadelphia, Pa do 3.20 

Item 34^).— 18-inch floor sweeps, with handles: 

Woodward & Lothrop, Washington, D. C do 12.64 

R. P. Clarke Company, Washington, D. C do 15.70 

E. J. Murphy Company (Incorporated), Washington, D. C do 12.80 

James B. Lambie Company (Incorporated), Washington, D. C do 13.48 

Shoemaker & Busch, Philadelphia, Pa do 13.70 

Item 347.— 18-lnch floor sweeps, with handles, fiber center: 

Woodward A Lothrop, Washington, D. C do 8. 53 

Item 348. -Filx;r scrubbing brushes, with handles: 

Woodward <t Lothrop, Washington, D. C do 3.09 

Do do.... 7.04 

Item 349.— Belting, 1-lnch: 

J.R.Stine&Co., NewYork,N.Y per foot.. .055 

National Electrical Supply Company, Washington, D. C do 061 



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Item 349.— Belting, 1-inch— Continued. 

John B. Espey, Washington, D. C per foot. . $0. 06 

Page Belting Company, Concord, N. H do 042 

Cuyler <Sc Mohler, Baltimore, Md do 068 

Kelley-Staley Belting Company, Baltimore, Md do 046 

The Norwich Belt Manufacturing Company (Incorporated), Boston, Mass do 051 

Hudson Belting Company, Worcester, Mass , do 0426 

Item 350.— Belting, IHnch: 

J. R. Stine & Co., New York, N. Y do 076 

National Electrical Supply Company, Washington, D. C do 060 

John B. Espey, Washing^ton, D. C do 062 

Page Belting Company, Concord, N. H do 06 

Cuyler & Mohler, Baltimore, Md do 0926 

Kelley-Staley Belting Company, Baltimore, Md do 06 

The Norwich Belt Mantif acturing Company (Incorporated) , Boston, Mass do . 069 

Hudson Belting Company, Worcester, Mass do 05 

Item 351.— Belting, IJ-inch: 

J. R. Stine & Co., New York, N. Y do 096 

National Electrical Supply Company, Washington, D. C do 087 

John B. Espey, Washington, D. C do 079 

Page Belting Company, Concord, N. H do 07 

Cuyler & Mohler, Batimore, Md do .116 

Kelley-Staley Belting Company, Baltimore, Md do 0776 

The Norwich Belt Manufacturing Company (Incorporated) , Boston, Mass do 087 

Hudson Belting Company, Worcester, Mass do 0726 

Item 352.— Belting, 2-inch, extra heavy: 

J. R. Stine & Co., New York, N. Y do 1326 

National Electrical Supply Company, Washington, D. C do 123 

John B. Espey, Washington, D. C do 228 

Page Belting Company, Concord, N. H do 10 

Cuyler & Mohler, Baltimore, Md do 164 

Kelley-Staley Belting Company, Baltimore, Md do 10 

The Norwich Belt Manufacturing Company (Incorporated), Boston, Mass do 123 

Hudson Belting Company, Worcester, Mass do 106 

Item 353.— Belting, 2Hnch, extra heavy: 

J. R. Stine & Co., New York, N. Y do 17 

National Electrical Supply Company, Washington, D. C do 189 

Page Belting Company, Concord, N. H do 13 

Cuyler & Mohler, Baltimore, Md do 2126 

Keiley-Staley Belting Company, Baltimore, Md do 1426 

The Norwich Belt Manufacturing Company (Incorporated) , Boston, Mass do 159 

Hudson Belting Company, Worcester, Mass do 136 

Item 354.— Belting, 3-inch, extra heavy: 

J. R. Stine & Co., New York, N. Y do 20| 

National Electrical Supply Company, Washington, D. C do 192 

Page Belting Company, Concord, N. H do 16 

Cuyler & Mohler, Baltimore, Md do 256 

Kelley-Staley Belting Company, Baltimore, Md do 1726 

The Norwich Belt Manufacturing Company ( Incorporated) , Boston, Mass do 192 

Hudson Belting Company, Worcester, Mass do 1726 

Item 355.— Belting, 3-inch, double, extra heavy: 

J. R. Stine & Co., New York, N. Y do 41| 

National Electrical Supply Company, Washington, D. C do . 384 

Page Belting Company, Concord, N. H do 32 

Cuyler & Mohler, Baltimore, Md do 61 

Kelley-Staley Belting Company, Baltimore, Md do 346 

The Norwich Belt Manufacturing Company (Incorporated) , Boston, Mass do 384 

Hudson Belting Company, Worcester, Mass do 3276 

Item 356.— Belting, 3^inch, extra heavy: 

J. R. Stine & Co., New York, N. Y do 241 

National Electrical Supply Company, Washington, D. C do 228 

Page Belting Company, Concord, N. H do 19 

Cuyler & Mohler, Baltimore. Md do 30 

Kelley-Staley Belting Company, Baltimore, Md do 206 

The Norwich Belt Manufacturing Company (Incorporated) , Boston, Mass do 228 

Hudson Belting Company, Worcester, Mass do 198 



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Item 357.— Belting, 3^inch, double, extra heavy: 

J. R. Stlne & Co., New York. N. Y perfect.. S0.4926 

National Electrical Supply Company, Washington, D. C do 466 

Page Belting Company, Concord, N. H do 38 

Cuyler & Mohler, Baltimore, Md do fiO 

Kelley-Staley Belting Company, Baltimore, Md do 41 

The Norwich Belt Manufacturing Company (Incorporated) , Boston, Mass do 466 

Hudson Belting Company, Worcester, Mass do 38 

Item 358.— Belting, 4-inch, extra heavy: 

J. R. Stine <fc Co., New York, N. Y do 28 

National Electrical Supply Company, Washington, D. C do 261 

Page Belting Company, Concord, N. H do 22 

Cuyler & Mohler, Baltimore, Md do 345 

Kelley-Staley Belting Company, Baltimore, Md do 236 

The Norwich Belt Manufacturing Company (Incorporated) , Boston, Mass do 261 

Hudson Belting Company, Worcester, Mass do .22 

Item 359.— Belting, 4-inch, double, extra heavy: 

J. R.Stlne &Co., New York, N. Y do 66 

National Electrical Supply Company, Washington, D. C do 622 

Page Belting Company, Concord, N. II do 44 

Cuyler & Mohler, Baltimore, Md do 68 

Kelley-Staley Belting Company, Baltimore, Md do 47 

The Norwich Belt Manufacturing Company (Incorporated) , Boston, Mass do 622 

Hudson Belting Company, Worcester, Mass. ,.: do .44 

Item 360.— Best oak-tanned leather belting, 62 inches long, without splice, 1} inches wide, to 
have uniform thickness of aV'i^ch: 

J. R. Stine & Co., New York, N. Y per piece.. .54 

National Electrical Supply Company, Washington, D. C do 90 

Page Belting Company, Concord, N. H do 46 

Kelley-Staley Belting Company, Baltimore, Md do.... .405 

The Norwich Belt Manufacturing Company (Incorporated), Boston, Mass do .68 

Hudson Belting Company, Worcester, Mass do 40 

Item 361.— Rawhide cut laces, |-inch: 

J. R. Stine & Co., New York, N. Y per 100 feet.. .60 

National Electrical Supply Company, Washington, D. C do .60 

John B. Espey, Washington, D. C do .49 

Page Belting Company, Concord, N. H do 65 

Cuyler & Mohler, Baltimore, Md do .55 

The Chicago Uawhide Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111 do 60 

The Norwich Belt Manufacturing Company (Incorporated), Boston, Mass do .60 

Item 362.— Rawhide cut laces, /g-inch: 

J. R. Stine & Co., New York, N. Y do 63 

National Electrical Supply Company, Washington, D. C do .75 

John B. Espey, Washington, D. C do .62 

Page Belting Company, Concord, N. II do .82 

Cuyler <t Mohler, Baltimore, Md do ,69 

The Chicago Rawhide Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111 do .75 

The Norwich Belt Manufacturing Company (Incorporated), Boston, Mass do .75 

Hudson Belting Company, Worcester, Mass do .75 

Item 363.— Rawhide cut laces, |-inch: 

J. R. Stine & Co., New York, N. Y do 76 

National Elect riciil Supply Company, Washington, D. C do 90 

John B. Espey, Washington, D. C do 74 

Page Bolting Company, Concord, N. H do 98 

Culler <t Mohler, Baltimore, Md do 82 

The Chicago Rawhide Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111 do.... .90 

The Norwich Belt Manufacturing Company (Incorporated), Boston, Mass do .90 

Hudson Belting Company, Worcester, Mass do .90 

Item 304.— Rawhide cut laces, J-inch: 

J. R. Stine A Co., New York, N. Y do.... 1.00 

National Electrical Supply Company, Washington, D. C do 1.20 

John B. Espey, Washington, D. C do.... .99 

Page Belting Company, Concord, N. H do 1.30 

Cuylor & Mohler, Baltimore, Md do 1. 10 

Tho Chicago Rawhide Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111 do 1. 20 

The Nor\*'ich Belt Manufacturing Company (Incorporated), Boston, Mass do 1.20 

Hudson Belting Company, Worcester, Mass do 1. 20 



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Item 365.— Rawhide cut laoes, f-inch: 

J. R. Stine & Co., New York, N. Y per 100 feet . 

National Electrical Supply Company, Washington, D. C do. . . 

John B. Espey, Washington, D. C do... 

Page Belting Company, Concord, N. H do. . . 

Cuyler 6c Mohler, Baltimore, Md do. . . 

The Chicago Rawhide Manufacturing Company, Chicago, lU do. . . 

The Norwich Belt Manufacturing Company (Incorporated), Boston, Mass do. . . 

Hudson Belting Company, Worcester, Mass do. . . 

Item 366.— Loose-ieaf binders for sheets lOi by 15 inches, bound on lO^inch side; 2-inch back 
(inside measurement) : 

R. P. Andrews Paper Company, Washington, D. C eadi. . 

Sieber & Trusseil Manufacturing Company, New York, N. Y do 

Do do 

F. Sharp & Sons, Washington, D. C do 

Do do 

Universal Supply Company, New York, N. Y do 

W. L. Swayze, Washington, D. C do 

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Item 367.— Lfoose-leaf binders, for sheets 14 by 17 Inches, bound on 14-inch side; 2-inch back 
(inside measurement) ; each to be accompanied with 5 manila separating guide sheets, 14 by 
17 inches: 

R. P. Andrews Paper Company, Washington, D. C each. . 

Sieber & Trusseil Manufacturing Company, New York, N. Y do — 

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Do do 

F. Sharp & Sons, Washington, D. C do 

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Universal Supply Company, New York, N. Y do 

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W. L. Swayze, Washington, D. C do 

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Item 368.— LfOose-leaf binders^ for sheets 17 by 21 inches, bound on 17-inch side; 1-inch back 
(Inside measurement) : 

R. P. Andrews Paper Company, Washington, D. C each. . 

Sieber & Trusseil Manufacturing Company, New York, N. Y do 

Do do 

F. Sharp <Sc Sons, Washington, D. C do 

Do do 

Universal Supply Company, New York, N. Y do 

Do do 

W. L. Swayze, Washington, D. C do 

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Do do 

Do do 

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Item 369.- Boxwood quoins, assorted: 

American Type Founders Company, Baltimore, Md per 100. . 

Inland Type Foundry, New York, N. Y do 

Keystone Type Foundry, Philadelphia, Pa do 

Southern Printers Supply Company, Washington, D. C do 

American Type Founders Company, Philadelphia, Pa do 

F. Wesel Manufacturing Company, Brooklyn, N. Y do 

A. D. Farmer & Son Type Founding Company, New York, N. Y do 

Item 370.— Hempel's improved patent quoins, No. 1: 

American Type Founders Company, Baltimore, Md per dozen pairs. . 

Inland Type Foundry, New York, N. Y do 

Keystone Type Foundry, Philadelphia, Pa do 

Southern Printers Supply Company, Washington, D. C do 

American Tyjw Founders Company, Philadelphia, Pa do 

F. Wesel Manufacturing Company, Brooklyn, N. Y do 

A. D. Fanner & Son Type Founding Company, New York, N. Y do 

Morgans A Wilcox Manufacturing Company, Middletown, N . Y ^<i — 



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1.79 
1.50 
1.65 
1.65 
1.65 



.90 
1.15 
1.25 
1.00 

.95 
1.25 
1.00 
1.02 

.99 
1.00 
1.00 



1.10 
1.15 
1.25 
1.30 
1.00 
.95 
1.40 
1.25 
1.00 
1.06 
1.00 
1.10 
1.12 
1.00 
1.05 



1.30 
1.25 
1.35 
1.15 
1.10 
1.50 
1.35 
1.25 
1.18 
1.15 
1.21 
1.25 

.5276 

.476 

.4762 

.53 

.6292 

.53 

.529 

1.8375 

1.8375 

1.8375 

1.83 

1.8656i 

1.83 



238 REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 

Item 371.~Hemper8 Improved patent quoins, No. 2: 

American Type Founders Company, Baltimore, Md per dozen pairs. . $2. 206 

Inland Type Foundry, New York, N. Y do 2.206 

Keystone Type Foundry, Philadelphia, Pa do 2. 206 

Southern Printers Supply Company, Washington, D. C ^ do 2. 20 

American Type Founders Company, Philadelphia, Pa do 2.205 

F. Wesel Manufacturing Company, Brooklyn, N. Y do 2.20 

A. D. Farmer & Son Tjrpe Founding Company, New York, N. Y do 2.21 

Morgans & Wilcox Manufacturing Company, Middletown, N. Y do 1. CO 

Item 372.— Hempel's improved patent quoin keys, No. 1 : 

American Type Founders Company, Baltimore, Md per dozen. . 4. 41 

Inland Type Foundry, New York, N.Y do.... 4.41 

Keystone Type Foundry, Philadelphia, Pa do 4.41 

Southern Printers Supply Company, Washington, D. C do 4. 41 

American Type Founders Company, Philadelphia, Pa do 4. 41 

F. Wesel Manufacturing Company, Brooklyn, N. Y do 4. 41 

A. D. Farmer & Son Type Founding Company, New York, N.Y do 4. 41 

Morgans & Wilcox Manufacturing Company, Middletown, N.Y do 3. 60 

Item 373.— Hempel's improved patent quoin keys. No. 2: 

American Type Founders Company, Baltimore, Md do 4. 41 

Inland Type Foundry, New York, N. Y do 4.41 

Keystone Type Foundry, Philadelphia, Pa do 4. 41 

Southern Printers Supply Company, Washington, D. C do 4. 41 

American Type Founders Company, Philadelphia, Pa do 4. 41 

F. Wesel Manufacturing Company, Brooldyn, N.Y do 4. 41 

A. D. Farmer & Son Type Founding Company, New York, N. Y do 4.41 

Morgans & Wilcox Manufacturing Company, Middletown, N.Y do 3. 60 

Item 374.— Magill's spring-tongue gauge pins, adjustable: 

American Type Founders Company, Baltimore, Md do 1. 176 

Inland Type Foundry, New York, N.Y do. ... 1. 176 

Keystone Tyx)e Foundry, Philadelphia, Pa do 1. 176 

Southern Printers Supply Company, Washington, D. C do 1. 16 

American Type Founders Company, Philadelphia, Pa do 1. 17fj 

F. Wesel Manufacturing Company, Brooklyn, N. Y , do 1. 17 

A. D. Farmer & Son Type Founding Company, New York, N. Y do 1.18 

Morgans & Wilcox Manufacturing Company, Middletown, N.Y do 1. 20 

Item 375. — Cylinder press locks, 3 inches when shut, opening to 5 inches: 

American Type Founders Company, Baltimore, Md each.. .39 

Inland Type Foundry, New York, N. Y do 1.96 

Keystone Type Foundry, Philadelphia, Pa do 3. 92 

American Type Founders Company, Philadelphia, Pa do 1. 96 

Morgans 6: Wilcox Manufacturing Company, Middletown, N. Y do 2.00 

Item 370.— Cylinder press locks, 5 inches when shut, opening to 8 inches: 

American Type Founders Company, Baltimore, Md do .39 

Inland Tjtxj Foundry, Now York, N. Y do 1.96 

Keystone Type Foundry, Philadelphia, Pa do 3.92 

American Type Founders Company, Philadelphia, Pa do 1. 96 

Morgans & Wilcox Manufacturing Company, Middletown, N. Y do 2.00 

Item 377.— Cylinder press locks, 8 inches when shut, opening to 14 inches: 

American Type Founders Company, Baltimore, Md do . 735 

Inland Type Foundry, New York, N.Y do. . . . 2. 46 

Keystone Typ« Foundry, Philadelphia, Pa do 4.90 

American Type Founders Company, Philadelphia, Pa do 2. 46 

Morgans & Wilcox Manufacturing Company, Middletown, N. Y do 2.50 

Item 378.— Cylinder press locks, 14 inches when shut, opening to 20 inches: 

American Type Founders Company, Baltimore, Md do 1. 47 

Inland Type Foundry, New York, N.Y do 2. 94 

Key.stono Type Foundry, Philadelphia, Pa do 6.88 

American Type Founders Company, Philadelphia, Pa do 2. 94 

Morgans A: Wilcox Manufacturing Company, Middletown, N. Y do S. 00 

Item 379.— Printer's wooden planers: 

American Type Founders Company, Baltimore, Md per dozen.. 2.646 

Do do.... 8.176 

Inland Type Foimdry, New York, N. Y do.... 2.858 

Keystone Type Foundry, Philadelphia. Pa do 2.8576 

American Ty-pe Founders Company, Philadelphia, Pa do 3. 176 

Do do.... 2.041 



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Item 379.— Printer's wooden planers— Contlnuecl. 

The Tubbs Manufacturing CJo., Ludlngton, Mich per dozen . . 

F. Wesel Manufacturing Co., Brooklyn, N. Y do 

A. D. Fanner & Son Type Founding Company, New York, N. Y do 

Item 380.— Ligum-vitae mallets— diameter of center, 2) inches; ends, 2^ inches; length, 5| 
inches: 

American Type Founders Company, Baltimore, Md per dozen. 

Inland Type Foundry, New York, N. Y do. . . 

Keystone Type Foundry, Philadelphia, Pa do. . . 

American Type Founders Company, Philadelphia, Pa do. . . 

The Tubbs Manufacturing Company, Ludtngton, Mich do. . . 

James B. Lambie Company (Incorporated), Washington, D. C do. . . 

Item 381.— Map sticks, pine, free from knots, unpainted, 25^ inches long, | inch wide, each pair 
composed of 1 half-round piece and 1 " O. Q." molding piece: 

Thos. W. Smith, Washington, D. C per pair. . 

Fred. A. Schmidt, Washington, D. C do 

Item 382.— Blue and white bonnet board, 17} by 23| inches, trimmed: 

R. P. Andrews Paper Company, Washington, D. C per sheet. . 

Item 383.— Toilet paper, 4} inches wide, perforated (5^ to 6 inches between perforations), 1,000 
sheets to the roll: 

John Wanamaker, Philadelphia, Pa per roll . . 

William G. Stevenson, Philadelphia, Pa do 

John P. Nawrath, New York, N. Y do 

Do do 

Do do 

R. P. Andrews Paper Company, Washington, D. C do 

Do do 

Do do 

Do do.... 

R. P. Clarke Company, Washington, D. C do 

Do do 

R. Carter Ballant3nie, Washington, D. C do 

Philip Lindemeyr, Baltimore, Md do 

Republic Bag and Paper Company, New York, N. Y do 

Samuel Lewis, New York, N. Y do 

Dulln & Martin Company (Incorporated), Washington, D. C do 

Do do 

Universal Supply Company, New York, N. Y do 

The P. H. Sheehy Company (Incorporated), Washington, D. C do 

W. L. Swayjte, Washington, D. C do 

Do do.... 



Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



-do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 



Shoemaker & Busch, Philadelphia, Pa do. . . 

Do do... 

Walter B. Timms, New York ,N. Y do. . . 

George W. Millar & Co., New York, N. Y do... 

Item 384.— P. & A. pins, A. S. C: 

R. P. Clarke Company, Washington, D. C per dozen papers. 

Item 385.— Emery cloth: 

Hugh Reilly, Washington, D. C per quire. 

Louis Hartig, Washington, D. C do. . . 

John B. Espey, Washington, D. C do... 

James B. Lambie Company (Incorporated) Washington, D. C do... 

Shoemaker & Busch, Philadelphia, Pa do... 

Item 3S6.— No. 00 sandpaper, Baeder, Adamson & Co.'s make: 

Hugh Reilly, Washington, D. C per ream. 

Louis Hartig, Washington, D. C do. . . 

E. J. Murphy Company (Incorporated), Washington, D. C do. . . 

John B. Espey, Washington, D. C do. . . 

James B. Lambie Company (Incorporated), Washington, D. C do. . . 

Shoemaker & Busch, Philadelphia, Pa do. . . 

CJharles Becker & Co., Washington, D. C do. . . 

Rudolph & West Company, Washington, D. C do. . . 



$2.40 
3.17 
4.23 



6.35 

6.715 

6.715 

6.36 

4.80 

1.98 



.03 
.035 

.02 



.05 

.04875 

.053 

.046 

.043 

.075 

.04 

.064 

.048 

.047 

.056 

.04 

.045 

.0442 

.05 

.0426 

.0625 

.045 

.0325 

.065 

.05 

.0525 

.056 

.0586 

.06 

.06 

.0685 

.04 

.0376 

.0475 

.046 

.49 

.57 
.59 
.50 
.52 
..545 

2.50 
1.85 
1.85 
2.49 
2.15 
2.39 
2.60 
2.49 



240 BEPOET OP THE PUBLIC PBINTEB. 

Item 387.— No. sandpaper, Baeder, Adamson & Co.'s make: 

Hugh Reilly, Waahington, D. C per ream. 

Louis Hartig, Washington, D. C do. . . 

E. J. Murphy Company (Incorporated), Washington, D. C do. . . 

John B. Espey, Washington, D. C do. . . 

James B. Lambie Company (Incorporated), Washington, D. C do. . . 

Shoemaker <fe Busch, Philadelphia, Pa do. . . 

Charles Becker <fe Co., Washington, D. C do... 

Rudolph & West Company, Washington, D. C do. . . 

Item 388.— No. 1 sandpaper, Baeder, Adamson & Co.'s make: 

Hugh Reilly, Washington, D. C do... 

Louis Hartig, Washington, D. C do. . . 

E. J. Murphy Company (Incorporated), Washington, D. C do. . . 

John B. Espey, Washington, D. C do. . . 

James B. Lambie Company (Incorporated) , Washington, D. C do. . . 

Shoemaker & Busch, Philadelphia, Pa do. . . 

Charles Becker & Co., Washington, D. C do. . . 

Rudolph & West Company, Washington, D. C do. . . 

Item 389.— No. 1^ sandpaper, Baeder, Adamson & Co.'s make: 

Hugh Reilly, Washington, D. C do . . . 

Louis Ilartig, Washington, D. C do. . . 

E. J. Murphy Company (Incorporated), Washington, D. C do. . . 

John B. Espey, Washington, D. C do. . . 

James B. Lambie Company (Incorporated), Washmgton, D. C do. . . 

Shoemaker & Busch, Philadelphia, Pa do. . . 

Charles Becker & Co., Washington, D. C do... 

Rudolph & West Company, Washington, D. C do. . . 

Item 390.— No. 2 sandpaper, Baeder, Adamson & Co.'s make: 

Hugh Reilly, Washington, D. C do. . . 

Louis Hartig, Washington, D. C do... 

E. J. Murphy Company (Incorporated), Washington, D. C do. . . 

John B. Espey, Washington, D. C do. . . 

James B. Lambie Company (Incorporated), Washington, D. C do... 

Shoemaker & Busch, Philadelphia, Pa do. . . 

Charles Becker & Co., Washington, D. C do. . . 

Rudolph & West Company, Washington, D. G do. . . 

Item 391.— Whisk brooms: 

Woodward & Lothrop, Washington, D. C per dozen. 

Do do... 

Do do... 

R. P. Clarke Company, Washington, D. C do... 

George T. Fritch & Son, Washington, D. C do. . . 

Lansburgh & Bro., Washington, D. C do... 

Do do... 

Do :...do... 

E. J. Murphy Company (Incorporated), Washington, D. C do... 

Shoemaker «t Busch, Philadelphia, Pa do... 

Do...'. do«.. 

J. C. Ergood Company, Washington, D. C , do... 

The Norwich Belt Manufacturing Company (Incorporated), Boston, Mass do... 

Rudolph & West Company, Washington, D. C do. . . 

Item 392.— Brooms, No. 7, wire-bound and 4 strings: 

Woodward & Lothrop, Washington, D. C do. . . 

Do do... 

George T. FiiUh A: Son, Washington, D. C do... 

Frank Hume, Washington, D. C do. . . 

The I'. H. Shoehy Company, Washington, D. C do.., 

Shoemaker A: Busch, I'hiladelphia, Pa do... 

J. C. Ergood Company, Washington, D. C do. . . 

Ther Norwich Belt Manufacturing Company (Incorporated), Boston, Mass do.., 

Rudolph «\: West Company, Washington, D. C do. . , 

Do do... 

Item 393.— Brooms, No. 8, wire-bound and 4 strings: 

Woodward & Lothrop, Washington, D. C do. . . 

George T. Fritch & Son, Washington, D. C do.. 

Frank 1 1 iime, Washington, D. C do. . 



t2.60 


L85 


L86 


2.49 


2.15 


2.80 


2.50 


2.40 


2.70 


2.00 


2.06 


2.60 


2.30 


2.58 


3.00 


2.77 


2.00 


2.00 


2.06 


2.80 


2.45 


2.77 


3.15 


2.04 


3.10 


2.00 


2.06 


3.00 


2.65 


2.02 


3.25 


3 14 


L47 


L56 


LOO 


2L60 


2L25 


L476 


L85 


L06 


aoo 


L74 


LOO 


2.50 


LOO 


L70 


2.88 


3L13 


3.50 


aso 


3.12 


2.84 


2L50 


2L86 


3.64 


3.34 


a62 


4.00 


3.25 



BEPOBT OF THE PUBLIC PBINTEB. 



241 



Item 393.— Brooms, No. 8, wire bound and 4 strings— Continued. 

The P. H. Sheehy Company, Washington, D. C per dozen.. $a726 

Shoemaker & Busch, Phiiadelphia, Pa do.... S.24 

J. C. Ergood Company, Washington, D. C do — 3. 75 

The Norwich Belt Manufacturing Company (Incorporated) , Boston, Mass do — 3. 03 

Rudolph & West Company, Washington, D. C do — 3. 14 

Item 394.— Dustpans, steel edge, hooded: 

Woodward & Lothrop, Washington, D. C per gross. . 15. 48 

James B. Lambie Company (Incorporated) , Washington, D. C do — 15. 96 

Rudolph & West Company, Washington, D. C do 13.30 

Item 305.— 12-i>ound cotton mops: 

John P. Nawrath, New York, N. Y per dozen. . L 30 

Do ! do 2.00 

Woodward <fe Lothrop, Washington, D. C do — 1. 31 

Do do 2.04 

Do do.... 4.29 

James B. Lambie Company (Incorporated), Washington, D. C do 1. 78 

Shoemaker & Busch, Philadelphia, Pa do 1. 27 

Rudolph & West Company, Washington, D. C .-. .do 1. 34 

Item 396.— Mop heads, with handles, light weight: 

John P. Nawrath, New York, N. Y per gross. . 36. 00 

Woodward & Lothrop, Washington, D. C do 9. 89 

James B. Lambie Company (Incorporated), Washington, D. C do 19. 88 

Shoemaker <& Busch, Philadelphia, Pa do — 10. 70 

Rudolph & West Company, Washington, D. C do — 19. 68 

Item 397.— Mop heads, with handles, medium weight: 

John P. Nawrath, New York, N. Y do.... 49.00 

Woodward & Lothrop, Washington, D. C do — 46. 16 

Frank Hume, Washington, D. C do 03876 

James B. Lambie Company (Incorporated), Washington, D. C do — 46.17 

Shoemaker & Busch, Philadelphia, Pa do 46. 50 

Item 398. — Soap, first-class laundry, dry and well-seasoned: 

R. P. Clarke Company, Washington, D. C per pound. . . 046 

The Christopher Lipps Company, Baltimore, Md do 042 

Do do 045 

Do do 049 

American Soap and Washoline Company, Cohoes, N. Y do 0375 

Universal Supply Company, New York, N. Y do 0425 

The P. H. Sheehy Company, Washington, D. C do 037 

Aimour & Co., Chicago, 111 do 0375 

Do do 042 

Shoemaker <& Busch, Philadelphia, Pa do 0415 

J. C. Ergood Company, Washington, D. C , do 0375 

Swift & Co., Chicago, 111 do. . . . 2. 58 

Do do 2.00 

Walter B . Timms, New York, N . Y do 0375 

Item 399.— Soap, scouring and polishing: 

The Pride of the Kitchen Company, New York, N. Y do 04 

The Christopher Lipps Company, Baltimore, Md do 025 

The P. H. Sheehy Company, Washington, D. C do.... .03 

Armour & Co., Chicago, 111 ; do 03 

Shoemaker & Busch, Philadelphia, Pa do 022 

J. C. Ergood Company, Washington, D. C do 045 

L. C. Witkowski, Washington, D. C do 02876 

The Bell Manufacturing Company, St. Louis, Mo do 04 

United States Soap Company, Cincinnati, Ohio do 05 

Item 400.— Ivory soap, large size: 

Woodward & Lothrop, Washington, D. C per gross. . 10. 44 

Frank Hume, Washington, D. C do — 9.74 

The Christopher Lipps Company, Baltimore, Md do — G. 30 

The P. H. Sheehy Company, Washington, D. C do.... 10.00 

Armour & Co., Chicago, 111 do — 8.28 

Shoemaker & Busch, Philadelphia, Pa do 9. 90 

J. C. Ergood Company, Washington, D. C do 6. 25 

Swift <& Co., Chicago, 111 do ... . 6. 50 

United States Soap Company, Cincinnati, Ohio do 08 



242 



BEPORT OF THE PUBLIC PBINTEB. 



Item 401.~Pure white Castile soap: 

Lansburgh & Bro., Washington, D. C per pound.. 10.12 

The firm of Z. D. Oilman, Washington, D. C do 135 

American Soap and Washoline Company, Cohoes, N. Y do 08 

Armour <& Co., Chicago, HI do 08 

Shoemaker (& Busch, Philadelphia, Pa do 1126 

Do do 002S 

Item 402.— Soap, toilet: 

R. P. Clarke Company, Washington, D. C I>er gross.. 9.60 

Do do.... ia20 

Lansburgh <fe Bro do ft. 75 

Do do 8.06 

Do do 8.40 

Do do 8.65 

Z. D. Oilman, Washington, D. C do 10.56 

Do do 12.48 

Do do 9.36 

Do do 9.36 

Do do 9.36 

Do do 12.48 

American Soap and Washoline Company, Cohoes, N. Y do 2. 88 

The P. H. Sheehy Company, Washington, D. C do 4.80 

Armour & Co., Chicago, 111 do 9. 00 

Do do 9.00 

Do do.... ia25 

Shoemaker <fe Busch, Philadelphia, Pa do 9.60 

Do do 4.80 

J. C. Ergood, Washington, D. C do 7.68 

Swift & Co., Chicago, 111 do.... 4.00 

' Puck Soap Company, Des Moines, Iowa do 4.57 

Item 403.— Hand sapolio: 

Woodward & Lothrop, Washington, D. C do 9.24 

The Pride of the Kitchen Company, New York, N. Y do 4 32 

The P. H. Sheehy Company, Washington, D. C do 9.00 

Armour & Co. . Chicago, 111 do 5. 40 

Shoemaker & Busch, Philadelphia, Pa do 8. 82 

J. C. Ergood Company, Washington, D. C do 9.00 

Puck Soap Company. Des Moines, Iowa do 4 57 

Item 404.— Kitchen sapolio: 

Woo<lward & Lothrop, Washington, D. C do.... 8.99 

The Pride of the Kitchen Company, New York, N. Y do 4 32 

The P. H. Sheehy Company, Washington, D. C do 9.00 

Shoemaker & Busch, Philadelphia, Pa do 8. 82 

J. C. Ergood Company, Washington, D. C do 9.00 

The Bell Manufacturing Company, St. Louis, Mo do.;.. 6.04 

United States Soup Company, Cincinnati, Ohio do.... 402 

Item 405.— Soapine No. 3: 

Woodward & Lothrop, Washington, D. C per box. . 3. 99 

The Christopher Lipps Company, Baltimore, Md do. ... 3. 00 

American Soap and Washoline Company, Cohoes, N. Y do 4 00 

The P. 11. Sheehy Company, Washington, D. C do 400 

Armour A Co.. Chicago, 111 do 3.50 

Shoemaker & Busch. Philadelphia, Pa do 3.87 

J. C. Ergood Company, Washington, D. C do 400 

Item 406.— Finola polish: 

Finola Manufacturing Company, Baltimore, Md per pound.. .03 

The Christopher Lipps Company, Baltimore, Md do 084 

The P. H. Sheehy Company. Washington, D. C do 034 

L. C. Wilkowski, Washington, D. C do 02875 

The Bell Manufacturing Company, St. Louis, Mo do 088 

United States Soap Company, Cincinnati, Ohio do 085 

Item 407.— Old English floor wax finish: 

Woodward <fc Lothrop. Washington, D. C do 275 

Geo. F. Muth <t Co.. Washington, D. C do 26 

Hugh Reilly . Washington, D. C do 236 

E. J. Murphy Company (Incorporated), Washington, D. C do 27 

Samuel I^wis. New York, N. Y do 40 

Franklin Brown, Brooklyn. N. Y do 3875 



REPORT OP THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 243 

Item 407.— Old English floor wax finish— CJontlnued. 

Shoemaker & Busch, Philadelphia, Pa perpound.. 10.24875 

Charles Becker <& Co., Washington, D. C do 26 

Item 408.— Fiber cuspidors, open top: 

Woodward <& Lothrop, Washington, D. C per dozen. . 4. 00 

Item 409.— Cuspidors, heavy pressed steel, white enameled inside and out, without tops or 
covers: 
Woodward & Lothrop, Washington, D. C each. . . 365 

Item 410.— Alabaster ware drinking cups, ( pint (sample required) : 

Woodward & Lothrop, Washington, D. C do 085 

Item 411.— Fiber buckets, 12-quart: 

Woodward & Lothrop, Washington, D. C per dozen. . 2. 70 

James B. Lambie Company (Incorporated) , Washington, D. C do 2. 96 

Rudolph <fe West Company, Washington, D. C do 2. 94 

Item 412.— Buckets, galvanized iron, 12-quart: 

Woodward «fc Lothrop, Washington, D. C do 1. 71 

Louis Hartig, Washington, D. C do 1. 86 

James B. Lambie Company (Incorporated) , Washington, D. C w do 1. 73 

Rudolph & West Company, Washington, D. C do 3. 75 

Item 413.— Earthen crocks: 

Woodward '& Lothrop, Washington, D. C do 1. 29 

Item 414.— Prime sawdust: 

E. W. HeUer, Baltimore, Md per barrel.. .30 

Thos. W. Smith , Washington, D. C do 245 

Item 415.— Cotton waste, XXX: 

William O. Stevenson, Philadelphia, Pa perpound.. .0825 

John P. Nawrath, New York, N. Y do 09 

Do do 09 

Do do 086 

Do do 08 

Do do 084 

John B. Espey, Washington, D. C do 11 

Cuyler & Mohler, Baltimore, Md do 1075 

Thos, SomerviUe <& Sons, Washington, D. C do 091 

Item 416.— Soft cotton wiping rags: 

William O. Stevenson, Philadelphia, Pa do 10 

John P. Nawrath, New York, N. Y do 104 

Do do 12 

Item 417.— Good family flour: 

Frank Hume, Washington, D. C per barrel. . 4. 40 

W. M. Gait &Co., Washington, D. C do.... 3.90 

The P. H. Sheehy Company, Washington, D. C do. . . . 4. 40 

J. C. Ergood Company, Washington, D. C do 4. 50 

The Uogo & McDowell Company (Incorporated), Washington, D. C do 4. 10 

Item 418.— White wine vinegar: 

Frank Hume, Washington, D. C per gallon. . . 1075 

The P. H. Sheehy Company, Washington. D. C do 11 

J. C. Ergood Company, Washington, D. C do 14 

Item 419.— Rainbow sheet packing: 

William G. Stevenson, Philadelphia, Pa per pound. . . 45 

John B. Espey, Washington, D. C do 49 

James B. Lambie Company (Incorporated), Washington, D. C do 50 

Thos. Somervllle & Sons, Washington, D. C do 485 

E. G. Schafer & Co., Washington, D. C do 49 

Rudolph & West Company, Washington, D. C do 56 

Item 420.— Square flax packing: 

William G. Stevenson, Philadelphia, Pa do .28 

John B. Espey, Washington, D. C do 46 

Mineralized Rubber Company, New York, N. Y do 20 

James B. Lambie Company (Incorporated), Washington, D. C do 21 

Thos. SomerviUe & Sons, Washington, D. C do 24 

H. W. Johns-Manvllle Company, New York, N. Y do 25 

E. G. Schafer & Co., Washington, D. C do 30 

Item 421.— Eclipse gasket: 

William Q. Stevenson, Philadelphia, Pa do 68 

John B. Espey, Washington, D, C -: do 69 

James B. Lambie Company (Incorporated), Washington, D. C do 70 

Thos. SomerviUe & Sons, Washington, D. C do 69 

E. O. Schafer <Sf Co., Washington, D. C ^^ •'^ 



244 BEPOBT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 

Item 422.— Portland cement: 

The Orove Lime and Coal Company, Washington, D. C per barrel.. S2.76 

Item 423.— Rosendale cement: 

The Orove Lime and Coal Company, Washington, D. C do 1.25 

Item 424.— Lump lime: 

The Orove Lime and Coal Company, Washington, D. C do 65 

Item 425.— Sharp sand: 

The Orove Lime and Coal Company, Washington, D. C do 1. 30 

Columbia National Sand Dredging Company, Washington, D. C * do 1.00 

Item 426.— Offset paper for Potter web presses, 39 Inches, In rolls: 

John Riordan, Boston, Mass per pound.. .00 

Do do 08 

R. P. Andrews Paper Company, Washington, D. C do 045 

Philip Llndemey r, Baltimore, Md do 04 

Oeo. W. Millar & Co., New York, N. Y do.... ' .076 

Dobler & Mudge, Baltimore, Md do 025 

Item 427. — Star Manila paper, 48 Inches wide, for tympan sheets: 

R. P. Andrews Paper Company, Washington, D. C do 053 

Philip Lindemeyr, Baltimore, Md do 04 

Oeo. W. Millar & Co., New York, N. Y do 075 

Dobler & Mudge, Baltimore, Md do 03 

Bradner Smith & Co., Chicago, 111 do .0575 

Item 428.— X Star manila paper, 38 Inches wide, for t3rmpan sheets: 

R. P. Andrews Paper Company, Washington, D. C do .063 

Philip Lindemeyr, Baltimore, Md do .04 

Oeo. W. Millar & Co., New York, N. Y do 075 

Dobler & Mudge, Baltimore, Md do 03 

Bradner Smith & Co., Chicago, 111 do 0576 

Item 429.— X Star manita paper, 19 inches wide, for tympan sheets: 

R. P. Andrews Paper Company, Washington, D. C do 053 

Philip Lindemeyr, Baltimore, Md do .045 

Oeo. W. Millar <& Co., New York, N. Y do 075 

Dobler & Mudge, Baltimore, Md do .03 

Bradner, Smith & Co., Chicago, 111 do 0675 

Item 430.— XX Star manila paper, 48 inches wide, for tympan sheets; 

R. P. Andrews Paper Company, Washington, D. C do 055 

Philip Lindemeyr, Baltimore, Md do 055 

Oeo. W. Millar & Co., New York, N. Y do 075 

Dobler & Mudge, Baltimore, Md do .03 

Bradner Smith & Co., Chicago. Ill do 0575 

Item 431.— Wiping paper for embossing presses, in rolls 4, 5, 6, 7, or 8 inches wide: 

R. P. Andrews P&per Company, Washington, D. C do 045 

R. P. Clarke Company, Washington, D. C do 046 

Do do 048 

Do do 049 

Do do 051 

Philip Lindemeyr, Baltimore. Md do. . . . .Ott 

Do do .039 

Do do 04 

The Whitaker Paper Company, Cincinnati, Ohio do 04 

Oeo. W. MUlar & Co., New York, N. Y do 0426 

Universal Supply Company, New York, N. Y do .043 

Item 432.— Rpcovp ring sun window awning frames: 

R. C. M. Burton & Son. Washington. D. C 3.02 

Do 4.25 

Do 2.45 

Arthur Copohind, Washington, D. C 3.20 

Do 4.00 

Do 2.80 

W. B. Moses & Sons, Washington, D. C 4.1S 

Do 4.68^ 

Do 3. 17^ 

Item 433.— Window shades: 

Arthur Copeland, Washington, D. C 2.50 

Do 1.90 

Do ; 2.19 

W. B. Moses & Sons, Washington. D. C 2.75 

Do 1.46 

Do 1.68 



REPORT OP THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 245 

Item 434.— Jennings adjustable shade holders: 

W. B. Moses & Sons, Washington, D. C per holder. . $1.00 

Item 435.— Sun window awnings, complete: 

R. C. M. Burton & Son, Washington, D. C 2.83 

Arthur Copeland, Washington, D. C 3.00 

W. B. Moses & Sons, Washington. D. C 3.06 

Item 436.— Recovering sun window awning frames: 

R. C. M. Burton <& Son, Washington, D. C 2.27 

Arthur Copeland, Washington, D. C 2.39 

W. B. Moses dc Sons, Washington, D. C 2.21 

Item 437.— Common spline-seat chairs, 29 inches high from floor to top of seat: 

Woodward & Lothrop, Washington, D. C 14.16 

W. B. Moses <& Sons, Washington, D. C 11.70 

Item 438.— Common spline-scat chairs, 24 inches high from floor to top of seat: 

Woodward <fe Lothrop, Washington, D. C... 13.53 

W. B. Moses <& Sons, Washington, D. C 11.30 

Item 439.— Common spline-scat chairs, 20} inches high from floor to top of seat: 

Woodward & Lothrop, Washington, D. C 12.40 

W. B. Moses <Sc Sons, Washington, D. C 10.00 

Item 440.— Common spline-scat chairs, 18 inches high from floor to top of seat: 

Woodward & Lothrop, Washington, D. C 11 .60 

W. B. Moses & Sons, Washington, D. C 9.66 

Item 441.— Typewriter chairs for operators of typesetting machines: 

Woodward & Lothrop, Washington, D. C 4. 17 

Do 4.48 

Do 4.27 

Do 3.86 

Do 5.42 

Do 6.36 

Do 6.67 

W. B. Moses & Sons, Washington, D. C 3.86 

Do 4.80 

Item 442.— Towels, roller, each 3 yards long: 

James S. Cotton, Washington, D. C per 100 towels. . .85 

Boston Laundering Company, Washington, D. C do 98 

Frazee-Potomac Laundry Company, Washington, D. C do 94 

Harvard Laundry Company, Washington, D. C do 92 

Item 443.— Towels, each 20 by 40 inches: 

James S. Cotton, Washington, D. C do 40 

Boston Laundering Company, Washington, D. C do .49 

Frazee-Potomao Laundry Company, Washington, D. C do 47 

Harvard Laundry Company, Washington, D. C do .46 

Item 444.— Towels, hand, each 14 by 20 inches: 

James S. Cotton, Washington, D. C do .40 

Boston Laundering Company, Washington, D. C do 49 

Frazee-Potomac Laundry Company, Washington, D. C do .47 

Harvard Laundry Company, Washington, D. C do .46 



No. 22. — Schedule of proposals for supplying the Government Printing Office with material 

{exclusive of paper) from July 1, 1906 ^ to June 30^ 1907, 

Item 445.— Binders' boards (No. 1 quality) : 

R. P. Andrews Paper Company, Washington, D. C per poimd. . 10. 037 

Do do 02 

Universal Supply Company, New York, N. Y do 0196 

Item 446.— Binders' boards (good No. 2 quality) : 

R. P. Andrews Paper Company, Washington, D. C do 019 

Do do 019 

Universal Supply Company, New York, N. Y do 018 

Frank P. Miller Paper Company, East Downlngtown, Pa do 022 

Item 447.— Binders' boards, lined (good No. 2 quahty) : 

R. P. Andrews Paper Company, Washington, D. C do 023 

Universal Supply Company, New York, N. Y do 023 

Item 448. — Binders' boards of the best grade: 

R. P. Andrews Paper Company, Washington, D. C do .037 

Do do .^ 

John Campbell & Co., New York, N. Y A^ 



246 REPORT OP THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 

Item 448.— Binders' boards of the best grade— Continued. 

W. O. Davey & Sons, Jersey City, N.J per pound.. 10.04 

Universal Supply Company, New York, N. Y... do 037 

OaneBros. dc Co., Chicago, 111 do 0426 

Item 449.— Binders' l>oards, on basis of 26 by 38 inches, 100 pounds to the bundle, .80 caliper 
thickness: 

R. P. Andrews Paper Company, Washington, D. C per pound.. .021 

Frank P. Miller Paper Company, East Downingtown, Pa do 0245 

Item 450.— Strawboards: 

R. P. Andrews Paper Company, Washington, D. C do 019 

Universal Supply Company, New York, N. Y do 017 

Item 451.— Strawboards, lined: 

Universal Supply Company, New York, N. Y do 023 

Item 452.— Trunk boards, best quality: 

W. O. Davey & Sons, Jersey City, N.J do 05 

Universal Supply Company, New York, N. Y do 043 

Oane Bros. & Co., Chicago, 111 do 0525 

Item 453.— Pulp boards, best quality: 

Universal Supply Company, New York, N. Y do 023 

Item 454.— Card middles, 22 by 28 inches: 

R. P. Andrews Paper Company, Washington, D. C do 027 

Item 455.— Fuller or red press boards; si^e, 24 by 32 inches; weight, 80 pounds to 144 sheets: 

R. P. Andrews Paper Company, Washington, D. C per pound. . .038 

Do..., do 034 

Universal Supply Company, New York, N. Y do 036 

Item 456.— Ilausmann's Turkey morocco, or Turkey morocco of equal quality, various colors: 

Thomas Gamar & Co., New York, N. Y per dozen.. 18.00 

Louis Dejonf^e & Co., New York. N. Y do 41.00 

Do do.... 38.60 

Item 457.— Hausmann's cochineal Turkey morocco, or cochineal morooco of equal qualicy: 

Thomas Garnar & Co., New York, N. Y per dozen.. 18.50 

Louis Dejon'sje & Co., New York, N. Y do 42.00 

Item 458.— Turkey morocco, various colors: 

John Campbell & Co., Kew York, N. Y do.... 18.00 

Thomas Gamar <k Co., New York, N. Y do 18.00 

The O'Bannon Corporation, New York, N. Y do 15.75 

Winslow Brothers Smith Company, Norwood, Mass ^ do 20.00 

R. Neumann 6i Co., New York, N. Y do 21.00 

Louis Dcjonge & Co., New York, N. Y do 18.00 

Do do 13.00 

Item 459.— East India goatskin, American finish, various colors: 

John Campbell & Co., Now York, N. Y do 14. 00 

Thomas Gamar & Co., New York, N. Y do 13.75 

The O'Bannon Corporation, New York, N. Y do 14.00 

Winslow Brothers Smith Company, Norwood, Mass do 15.00 

Louis Dejonge & Co., New York, N. Y do 17.00 

Item 400.— Cochineal Turkey morocco: 

John Campbell &Co., New York, N. Y do 18,00 

Thomas Garnar <fe Co., New York, N. Y do 18.00 

The O'Bannon Corporation, New York, N. Y do 17.00 

Winslow Brothers Smith Company, Norwood, Mass do 22.50 

R. Neumann & Co., New York, N. Y do 21.00 

Louis Dcjonge & Co., New York, N. Y do 18,00 

Do do.... 13.00 

Item 461.— Cochineal £^ast India goatskin, American finish: 

John Campbell & Co., Nei* York, N. Y do. . . . 14.00 

Thomas Gamar & Co., New York, N. Y do 13.75 

The O' Bannon Corporation, New York, N. Y do 14. 68 

Winslow Brothers Smith Company, Norwood, Mass do 16. 50 

Louis Dcjonge <fc Co., New York, N. Y do 17.00 

Item 462.— Levant Turkey morocco, large size and various colors: 

Winslow Brothers Smith Company, Norwood, Mass do 50.00 

Louis Dejonge & Co., New York, N. Y do 30.00 

Item 463.— Blue Levant Turkey morocco, of the very best imported grade: 

Gane Bros. & Co., Chicago, 111 do 75.00 

Louis Dejonge & Co., New York, N. Y do 67.50 



REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 247 

Item 464.— Green Levant Turkey morocco, of the very best imported grade: 

Gane Bros. <& Co., Chicago, Hi per dozen.. $75.00 

Louis Dejonge & Co., New York, N. Y do 67.50 

Item 465. — Cocluneai Levant Turkey morocco, large size: 

Wlnsiow Brothers Smith Company, Norwood, Mass do 60.00 

Louis Dejonge & Co., New York, N. Y do 30.00 

Item 466.— Cochineal Levant Turkey morocco, of the very best imported grade: 

Gane Bros. <& Co., Chicago, 111 do 75.00 

Louis Dejonge & Co., New York, N. Y do 67. 50 

Item 467.— English calf, various colors: 

Thomas Gamar & Co., New York, N. Y do 30.00 

Louis Dejonge <$: Co., New York, N. Y do 22.00 

Item 468.— Blue straight-grained roan, good size: 

Jolin Campbell & Co., New York, N. Y do 8.50 

Thomas Garnar & Co., New York, N. Y do 9.00 

Louis Dejonge & Co., New York, N. Y do.... 9.50 

Item 469. — Cochineal straight-grained roan: 

John Campbell & Co., New York, N. Y do 9.50 

Thomas Garnar & Co., New York, N. Y do 9.00 

Item 470. — Green straight-grained roan: 

John Campbell & Co., New York, N. Y do 9.50 

Thomas Garnar & Co., Now York, N. Y do 9. 00 

Item 471.— Maroon straight-grained roan: 

John Campbell & Co., New York, N. Y do 9.50 

Thomas Garnar & Co., New York, N. Y do 9.00 

Item 472.— Light-brown calf-flnished roan: 

Thomas Garnar & Co., New York, N. Y do 9.00 

Item 473.— Blue straight-grained skiver: 

John Campbell & Co., New York, N. Y do 8.50 

Thomas Garnar <& Co., New York, N. Y do 7.60 

Item 474.— Blue dull calf-flnished skiver: 

John Campbell & Co., New York, N. Y do 9. 50 

Thomas Garnar & Co., New York, N. Y do 9.00 

Item 475.— Blue ungralned skiver, gloss finish, medium thickness: 

John Campbell & Co., New York, N. Y do 9. 50 

Thomas Garnar & Co., Now York, N. Y do 9.00 

Item 476.— Cochineal straight-grained skiver: 

John Campbell & Co., New York, N. Y do.... 10.00 

Thomas Garnar & Co., New York, N. Y do 10.50 

Item 477.— Brown ungrained skiver: 

John Campbell <& Co., New York, N. Y do 8.50 

Thomas Garnar <Sc Co., New York, N. Y do 11.00 

Louis Dejonge & Co., New York, N. Y do.... 7.50 

Item 478.— Brown title leather, thin: 

John Campbell & Co., New York, N. Y do 9.00 

Thomas Garnar & Co., New York, N. Y do 8.00 

Item 479.— Cochineal title leather, thin: 

John Campl>eil & Co., New York, N. Y do 8.50 

Thomas Garmir «fc Co., New York, N. Y do 8.00 

Item 480.— Cochineal title leather, thick: 

John Campbell «fc Co., New York. N. Y do.... 10.00 

Thomas Gam.i r & Co., New York, N. Y do. . . . 10.26 

Item 481.— Blue title leather, thin: 

John Campbell & Co., New York, N. Y do 8.00 

Thomas Garnar & Co., New York, N. Y do 7.75 

Item 482.— Blue title leather, thick: 

John Campbell & Co., New York, N. Y do 8.00 

Thomas Gamur & Co., New York, N. Y do 8.00 

Item 483.— Green title leather, thin: 

John Campbell & Co., New York, N. Y do.... 8.50 

Thomas Garnar & Co., New York, N. Y do 9.00 

Item 484.— Green title leather, thick: 

John Campbell & Co., New York, N. Y do 9.60 

Thomas Gam »r& Co., New York, N. Y do.... 10.60 

Item 485. — Law shoep, extra, medium thickness: 

John Campbell & Co., Now York, N. Y do.... 8.98 

Thomas Garnar <t Co., New York, N. Y do 9.30 



248 REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 

Item 485.— Law sheep, extra, medium thickness— Continued. 

Thomas Oarnar <Sc Co., New York, N. Y perdoxen.. $8.45 

Winslow Brothers Smith Company, Norwood, Mass do 9.75 

Item 486.— Law sheep, extra, thin: 

John Campbell & Co., New York, N. Y do 8.96 

Thomas Gamar & Co., New York, N. Y do 9.30 

Do .-do 8.30 

Winslow Brothers Smith Company, Norwood, Mass do 8.26 

Item 487.— Law calf: 

Thomas Gamar <fe Co., New York, N. Y do — 24.50 

Louis Dejonge <fc Co., New York, N. Y do 30.00 

Item 488.— Bark skiver, medium: 

John Campbell & Co., New York, N. Y do 10.00 

Thoiiiiis Gamar <fe Co., New York, N. Y do 8.50 

Item 48!^.— Bark skiver, thin: 

John Campbell & Co., New York, N. Y do 9.00 

Thomas Gamar & Co., New York, N. Y ...do 5.76 

Item 490.— Fleshers, medium size: 

John Campbell <fc Co., New York, N. Y do 5.25 

Thomas Gamar & Co., New York, N. Y do 4.75 

Item 491.— Fleshers, large size: 

John Campbell & Co., New York, N. Y do 5.00 

Thomas Gamar <fe Co., New York, N. Y do 6.25 

The George Dudley & Son Company, Winsted, Conn do 7.50 

Item 492.— Fleshers, extra large and heavy, to cut covers as large as 25 by 38 inches : 

Thomas Gamar & Co., New York, N. Y do 8.00 

Item 493.— Imitation Russia (cowhide), in hall skins, medium, in any required color: 

Thomas Gamar & Co,, New York, N. Y per foot . . . 16 

Eagle Tanning Works, Chicago, 111 do 15 

Do do 167 

Do do 162 

Item 494.— I Tiiitation Russia (cowhide) , in whole skins, medium, in any required color: 

Thomas Garmir «fc Co., New York, N. Y do 16 

The nowell-IIinchman Company, Middletown, N. Y do 169 

Eagle Tanninj,' Works, Chicago, 111 do .16 

Do do 171 

Do do 181 

Item 49.5. — Imitation Russia (cowhide), in whole skins, heavy, in any required color: 

Thomas Garnar <k Co., New York, N. Y do 18 

The nowell-IIinohman Company, Middletown, N. Y do 179 

Eagle Tanning Works, Chicago, 111 do 18 

Do do 185 

Item 49t».— Imitation Russia (cowhide), in half skins, pebbled, in any required color: 

Thomas Gamar *t Co., New York, N. Y do .17 

Gane Urothers «fc Co., Chicago, 111 do 19 

The .\. Ilaug ('ompany, New York, N. Y do .183 

Item 497.— Cowhide buffing, boarded grain, various colors, thick: 

Thomas Gamar A Co., New York, N. Y do .09 

Gane Brothers & Co., Chicago, 111 do 095 

Tlie A. Ilaug Company, New York. N. Y do 083 

Item 498.— Cowhide buffing, boarded grain, various colors, thin: 

Thomas Gamar & Co., New York, N. Y • do 08 

Gane Brothers <fe Co., Chicago, 111 do 075 

The IlowpJl-IIinchman Company, Middletown, N. Y do .074 

The \. Ilaug Company, New York, N. Y do 075 

Item 499.— Cowhide buffing, water grain, various colors, thin: 

Thomas Gamar * Co., New York, N. Y do 095 

Gane Brothers & Co., Chicago, 111 do 10 

Louis Dojonge A Co., New York, N. Y do 095 

The .\. Ilaug Company. New York, N. Y do 085 

Item .5<x).— Cowhide buffing, water grain, various colors, thick: 

Thomas Gamar A: Co., New York, N. Y do .10 

Gano Brothers A: Co., Chicago, 111 do .11 

I^mis Df^jongc A: Co., New York, N. Y do .095 

The .\. Ilaug Company, New York, N. V do 003 

Item»l. <M>at buffing, water grain, variou^ r^ iors thin: 
No ])'u\< receivpil. 



BEPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTEB. 249 

Item 502.— Goat bufiftng, water grain, various colors, thick: 
No bids received. 

Item 503.— Goat buffing, boarded grain, various colors, thin: 
No bids received. 

Item 504.— Goat buffing, boarded grain, various colors, thick ■ 
No bids received. 

Item 505.— Book cloth, black: 

Interlaken Mills, Providence, R. I .per piece. . $4. 76 

The Holliston Mills, Norwood, Mass do 5.00 

Item 506.— Book cloth, common colors: 

Interlaken Mills, Providence, R. I do 6.00 

The HoUlston Mills, Norwood , Mass do. ... 6.00 

Item 507.— Book cloth, extra, brown or black, in the ordinary or In silk patterns: 

Interlaken Mills, Providence, R.I do 7.50 

The Holliston Mills, Norwood, Mass do 7.60 

Item 506.— Book cloth, extra, green, in the ordinary or in silk patterns: 

Interlaken Mills, Providence, R. I do 7. 76 

The Holliston Mills, Norwood, Mass do 7.76 

Item 509.— Book cloth, extra, blue, in the ordinary or in silk patterns: 

Interlaken Mills, Providence, R.I do 7. 76 

The Holliston Mills, Norwood, Mass do 7.76 

Item 510.— Book cloth, ruby, sollerino, and magenta, in the ordinary or in the silk patterns: 

Interlaken Mills, Providence, R. I per piece. . 8.45 

The Holliston Mills, Norwood, Mass do 8.45 

Item 511.— Book cloth, cochineal, in the ordinary or in silk patterns: 

Interlaken Mills, Providence. R.I do 9.25 

The Holliston Mills. Norwood, Mass do 9.26 

Item 512.— Book cloth, any shade or color, and in the ordinary or Ift silk patterns: 

Interlaken Mills, Providence, R. I do. .:. 7. 75 

The Holliston Mills, Norwood, Mass do 7.75 

Item 51'3.— Book cloth, black: 

Interlaken Mills, Providence, R. I do 6. 16 

The Holliston Mills, Norwood, Mass do 5.35 

Item 614.— Book cloth, common colors: 

Interlaken Mills, Providence, R. I do 6.40 

The Holliston Mills, Norwood, Mass do 6. 40 

Item 515.— Book cloth, extra brown or black, in the ordinary or in silk patterns: 

Interlaken Mills, Providence, R.I do 8. 00 

The Holliston Mills, Norwood. Mass do 8. 00 

Item 516.— Book cloth, extra, green, in the ordinary or in silk patterns: 

Interlaken Mills, Providence, R.I do 8. 26 

The Holliston Mills, Norwood, Mass do 8. 26 

Item 617. — Book cloth, extra, blue, in the ordinary or in silk patterns: 

Interlaken Mills, Providence, R. I do 8. 25 

The Holliston Mills, Norwood, Mass do 8. 25 

Item 618.— Book cloth, ruby, solferino, and magenta, in the ordinary or in silk patterns: 

Interlaken Mills, Providence, R.I per piece. . 8. 96 

The Holliston Mills, Norwood, Mass do 8. 96 

Item 619.— Book cloth, cochineal, in the ordinary or In silk patterns: 

Interlaken Mills. Providence, R.I do 9. 76 

The Holliston Mills, Norwood, Mass '. do 9. 76 

Item 620.— Book cloth, any shade or color and In the ordinary or in silk patterns: 

Interlaken Mills, Providence, R.I do 8. 26 

The Holliston Mills, Norwood, Mass do. . . . 8. 25 

Item 521.— Buckram, any shade or pattern, as may be required, 36 inches wide: 

Interlaken Mills, Providence, R.I per yard. . . 21 

The Holliston Mills, Norwood, Mass do .20 

Item 522.— Buckram, any shade or pattern, as may be required, 40 inches wide: 

Interlaken Mills, Providence, R.I do. . . . .22 

The Holliston Mills, Norwood, Mass do .21 

Item 623. — Buckram, English linen, any shade or pattern, as may be required, 36 inches wide: 
No bids received. 

Item 524.— Buckram, English linen, any shade or pattem,as may be required, 40 inches wide: 
No bids received. 

Item 526.— Fabrikoid leather cloth, 34 inches wide, quality No. 700: 

Fabrikoid Company, New York, N. Y per yard. . . 30 

Oane Brothers & Co. , Chicago, 111 do ,?fii 

18937— S. Doc. 5, 60-1 17 



250 REPORT OP THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 

Item £26.— Keratol leather cloth, 34 inches wide, quality l{o. C, in any required color or pattern: 
I* No bids received. 

Item 527.— Pluviusin leather cloth, 52 inches wide, quality No. F. F. C, in any required color or 
pattern: 

rii Louis Dejonge & Co., New York, N. Y per yard.. S1.05 

Item 528.— Pluviusin leather cloth, 52 inches wide, quality No. R. D. S., black, in any required 
, pattern: 

Louis Dejonge & Co., New York, N. Y per yard.. 1.05 

Item 529.— Pluviusin leather cloth, 52 inches wide, quality No. F. G., in any required color or 
pattern: 

Louis Dejonge & Co., New York, N. Y per yard.. .83 

Item 530.— Pluviusin leather cloth, 45 inches wide, quality No. 10 6, in any required color or 
pattern: 

Louis Dejonge & Co., New York, N. Y per yard.. .405 

Item 531.— Pluviusin leather cloth, 36 inches wide, quality No. 7 O, in any required color or 
pattern: 

Louis Dejonge & Co., New York, N. Y per yard.. .32 

Item 532.— Pluviusin leather cloth, 36 inches wide, quality No. 6 G, in any required color or 
pattern: 

Louis Dejonge & Co., New York, N. Y per yard.. .34 

Item 533. — Pluviusin leather cloth, 45 inches wide, quality No. G, in any required color or pat- 
tern: 

Louis Dejonge & Co., New York, N. Y per yard.. .53 

Item 534.— Pluviusin leather cloth, 52 inches wide, quality No. Duck G, in any required color or 
pattern: 
No bids received. 
Item 535.— Pluviusin icuther cloth, 36 inches wide, quality No. B 1, in any required color or 
pattern: 

Louis Dejongo & Co., New York, N. Y '... per yard.. .64 

Item 536.— Eureka eloth-lined p.iper, size, 25 by 36 inches, in any required color: 

Louis Dejonge & Co., New York, N. Y per sheet.. .08 

Item 537.— Eureka cloth-lined paper, 25 inches wide, 100 yards to the roll, in any required color: 

Louis Dejonge &. Co., New York, N. Y per yard . . .08 

Item 5.18. — Canvas, for covering blank books, 27 inches wide: 

Edwin H. Taggart, Philadelphia, Pa do 2675 

R. P. Clarke Company, Washington, D. C do 253 

Do do 25 

Do do 265 

Do do 30 

Do do 315 

Do do 295 

Do do 31 

The Manhattan Supply Company, Now York, N. Y do 252 

Item 539.— Canvas, white, for covering blank books, 27 inches wide. 8 ounces to the yard: 

R. P. Clarke Company, Washington, D. C per yard . . .134 

John Boyle & Co. (Incorporated), New York. N. Y do 144 

Item 540,— Canvas, white, forcovering blank books, 27 inch<'s wide, 10 ounces to the yard: 

R. P. Clarke Company, Washington, D. C per yard. . . 164 

John Boyle & Co. (Incorporated), New York, N. Y do 184 

Item 541.— Canvas, brown, for binding books, 27 inches wide: 

R. P. Clarkp Company, Wa.shington, D. C do 21 

Item 542. — Canvas, brown, for binding books. 27 inches wid«^: 

R. P. Clarke Company, Wa.shington, D. C do 19 

Item 543.— Canvas, brown, for binding books, 27 inches wide, 10 ounces to the yard: 

R. P. Clarke Company. Washington, D. C do 19 

The Manhattan Supply Company. New York, N. Y do 257 

Item 544.— Linen canvas or duck, brown, 27 inches wide, 6 ounces to the yard: 

R. P. Clarke Company, Washington, D. C do 11 

Item .'>4o.— Linen canvas or duck, 27 inches wide. 8 ounces to the yard: 

R, P. Clarke Company, Washington, D. C do 165 

Item 5-16.— Linen canvas or duck, 27 inches wide. 10 ounces to the yard: 

R. P. Clarke Company, Washington, D. C do 185 

Itt*m 547.— Sage duck for binding books, 28 inches wide, 12 ounces to the yard: 

R. P. Clarke Company, Washington, D. C do 27 

John Boyle A Co. (Incorporated/. New York, N. Y do 25 

Item 548.— Sage duck for binding, .■^7 inches wide, 13 ounces to the yard: 

R. P. Clarke Company, Washington. D. C do 28 

John Boyle d- Co. (Incorporated) , New York, N. Y do 275 



REPORT OP THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 251 

Item 549.— Calendered duck, olive, tan or gray, as required, 37 inches wide, 13 ounces to the 
yard: 
R. P. Clarke Company, Washington, D. C per yard.. $0.28 

Item 550.— Light tan duck, for binding books, 28 inches wide, 12 ounces to the yard: 

R. P. Clarke Company, Washington, D. C do 27 

John Boyle & Co. (Incorporated). New York, N. Y do 25 

Item 551.— Light tan duck, for binding books, 37 inches wide, 13 ounces to the yard: 

R. P. Clarke Company, Washington, D. C do 28 

John Boyle & Co. (Incorporated) , New York, N. Y do 275 

Item 552.— Black duck, for binding books, 37 inches wide, 13 ounces to the yard: 

R. P. Clarke Company, Washington, D. C do 29 

John Boyle & Co. ( Incorporated) , New York, N. Y : do 285 

Item 553.— Drab drilling, for binding books, 43 inches wide: 

R. P. Clarke Company, Washington, D. C do 139 

John Boyle & Co. (Incorporated), New York, N. Y do 145 

Item 554.— Brown drilling, for binding books, 43 inches wide: 

R. P. Clarke Company, Washington, D. C do 145 

John Boyle & Co. (Incorporated), New York, N. Y do 15 

Item 555.— Black enameled duck, thin and pliable, 50 inches wide: 

R. P. Clarke Company, Washington, D. C do 255 

John Boyle & Co (Incorporated), New York, N. Y do 255 

Louis Hartig, Washington, D. C do 214 

Item 556.— Silk headband. No. I: 

Thomas Qamar & Co., New York, N. Y per piece. . . 22 

Qane Brothers & Co., Chicago, 111 do 25 

Louis Dejonge & Co., New York, N. Y do 25 

The A. Haug Company, New York, N. Y do 24 

Item 557.— Silk headband. No. 2: 

Thomas Garnar & Co., New York, N. Y ^ do 26 

Gane Brothers & Co., Chicago, 111 do 29 

Louis Dejonge & Ck)., New York, N. Y do 29 

The A. Haug Company, New York, N. Y do 27 

Item 558.— Silk headband. No. 3: 

Thomas Gamar & Co., New York, N. Y do 28 

Gane Brothers & Co., Chicago, lU do 32 

Louis Dejonge & Co., New York, N. Y do 32 

The A. Haug Company, New York, N. Y do 29 

Item 559.— Silk headband. No. 4: 

Thomas Gamar & Co., New York, N. Y do 33 

Gane Brothers & Co., Chicago, 111 do 35 

Louis Dejonge & Co., New York, N. Y do 35 

The A. Haug Company, New York, N. Y do 32 

Item 560.— Mercerized cotton headband, No. 1: 

Thomas Garnar & Co., New York, N. Y do 22 

Gane Brothers & Co., Chicago, 111 do 22 

Louis Dejonge & Co., New York, N. Y -. do .18 

The A. Haug Company, New York, N. Y do 21 

Item 561.— Mercerized cotton headband. No. 2: 

Thomas Gamar & Co., Now York, N. Y do 23 

Gane Brothers & Co., Chicago, 111 *. do 25 

Louis Dejonge & Co.. New York, N. Y do 21 

The A. Haug Company, New York, N. Y do 23 

Item 562.— Mercerized cotton headband. No. 3: 

Thomas Qamar, & Co. New York, N. Y do 24 

Gane Brothers & Co., Chicago, 111 do .27 

Louis Dejonge & Co., New York, N. Y do 23 

The A. Haug Company, New York, N. Y do 25 

Item 563.— Mercerized cotton headband, No. 4: 

Thomas Garnar & Co., New York, N. Y do .26 

Gane Brothers & Co., Chicago, 111 do 28 

Louis Dejonge & Co., New York, N. Y do .24 

The A. Haug Company, New York, N. Y do 27 

Item 564.— Gold leaf, XX: 

Alexander M. Fraser, Red Bank, N. J per pack. . 7. 06 

Michael Schultz's Sons, New York. N. Y do 7. 00 

Hastings <fe Co., Philadelphia, Pa do 7.04 



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llichu'l edinlli's 4ir.„r N,.« York, N. Y. 

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TMn(T>.'Itl)>l'<m«.iMJi->f XX tndiMTldr: 

"W n, Ow ItanulUturJng (VnniWD}' ProTiileDce. K. 
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W Il.Cocllaniitu'tiirlnsCinniHin)' PiwvMeiii 
Itamai^B(l.lwnjoWle»( XX, 1 1 H"*" widr 

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lumfie.— RI>><>onRuKl Iwf, XX, 21 Inrhnn wldn 

W n Cor)l>iiutai>turlimC(iinpi>nr Provldetirc. It, 
Itemj§».-niU«nf>ldJnil XX, U Indi-vwlde: 

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'IUni£M.-ttlMionjpildiea( XX, SI UkUm vhfa: 

W II . Cv U«iiil«turlng CoinpaDT ProvMcni 
ttfinfiU-— ni!-l>nn,BriLil ji-ikf uiubI, ,\loch wills: 

V n. Cor Uinulartianiie CoDip^")' Providrni 
Jlan(a«,-ILIIjlH<iiBDldl(»l, utiul. Inch wide 

W n Coi'.JlMmfwturlisOumiwiny PrortJeni 
Vaa 167. -Ribbon toUle^l utvtl. /, tnrb wlie 

V n.Coo WHiiaFacliiHngCuuiiuuiy ProTidan«!| It, 
IMmnS.— Rllihonit'ild IhI, usual. 

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ItRn-aW. ttilibon^nldWI uau^, /, ImJi wlilr 

Vf. .CoeM nulwiliirlnKCninpiin)' ProTJilt 
Item flHJ.-KIl mn gold Imt, niiwl. Inch vide 

W. H. Co'U nulnclurlngCommny Pmvldi 
IlemSUI RIlitfoDfoli irit luiul, Inrtiwide: 

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W CmUaoufiH-luiliiKC-onir'Uiy l-irniili 
Ttun JK.-Rai>»ii p>ld Irrnl, oiuil, Icuh wide: 

W r«u UmiiiljicKirlnf Com|.ir.i ITovlrt. 
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W. H. <'»' MuiiiditifiurlnffCiinipauy Ftavuu 
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REPORT OP THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 253 

Item 597.— Ribbon gold leaf, usual, IJ inches wide: 

W. H. Coo Manufacturing Company, Providence, R. I per roll . . $2. 018 

Item 508.— Ribbon gold leaf, usual. If inches wide: 

W. H. Coe Manufacturing Company, Providence, R. I do 2. 074 

Item 509. — Ribbon gold leaf, usual, If inches wide: 

\V. H. Coe Manufacturing Company, Providence, R. I do 2. 337 

Item 600.— Ribbon gold leaf, usual, 2^ inches wide: 

W. II. Coe Manufacturing Company, Providence, R. I do 2. 762 

Item 001.— Ribbon gold leaf, usual, 2 J Inches wide: 

W. H. Coe Manufacturing Company, Providence, R. I do — 3. 40 

It<;ni (i02.— Ribbon gold leaf, usual, 3J inches wide; 

W. H. Coe Manufacturing Company, Providence, R. I do 4 037 

Item 003.— Aluminum leaf, best thin, 5i by 5i inches: 

Charles Becker & Co., Washington, D. C per pack.. .85 

M. FeigelA Bro., Buffalo, N. Y do 91 

Marks Lissberger, New York, N. Y.. do 99 

Do do 89 

Michael Schultz's Sons, New York, N .Y do 86 

Hastings & Co., Philadelphia, Pa do 1.00 

George Meier Company, Now York, N. Y do 80 

Geo. F. Muth&Co., Washington, D. C do 84 

Item 604.— Patent stamping leaf, 18 by 23 inches: 

Louis Dejonge & Co., New York, N. Y per sheet.. .06 

Item 605.— Patent stamping leaf, colors Nos. 1 to 8, 18 by 23 inches: 

Louis Dejonge & Co., New York, N. Y do 07 

Item 606.— Patent stamping leaf, colors Nos. 9 to 16, 18 by 23 inches: 

Louis Dejonge & Co., New York, N. Y do.... .09 

Item 607.— No. 16, 3-cord gilling thread : 

E. C. Fuller Company, New York, N. Y per pound.. .71 

R. P. Clarke Company, Washington, D. C do 71 

Item 008.- No. 16, 4-cord gilling thread: 

E. C, Fuller Company, New York, N. Y do 71 

R. P. Clarke Company, Washington, D. C do 71 

Item 609.— No. 18, 3-cord gilling thread: 

E . C. Fuller Company, New York, N. Y do ... . .73 

R. P. Clarke Company, Washington, D. C do 73 

Item 610.— No. 20, 3-cord gilling thread: 

E. C. Fuller Company, New York, N. Y do 78 

R. P. Clarke Company, Washington, D. C do 77 

Item 611.— No. 25, 3-cord gilling threiEid: 

E. C. Fuller Company, New York, N. Y do 87 

R. P. Clarke Company, Washington, D. C do 87 

Item 612.— No. 30, 3-cord gilling thread: 

E.C. Fuller Company, New Yprk, N. Y do 99 

R. P. Clarke Company, Washington^ D. C do 98 

Item 613.— No. 40, 3-cord gilling thread: 

E.C. Fuller Company, New York, N. Y do L15 

R. P. Clarke Company, Washington, D. C do — 1.16 

Item 614.— No. 45, 3-cord gilling thread: 

E. C. Fuller Company, New York, N. Y do.... 1.34 

R. P. Clarke Company, Washington, D. C do — 1.35 

Item 615.— Linen thread for Smyth book-sewing machines (Np. 40, 3-cord) : 

E. C. FuUer Company, New York, N. Y do. . . . 2. 28 

Item 616.— Linen thread for Smyth book-sewing machines (No. 50, 3-cord) : 

E . C. Fuller Company, New York, N. Y do ... . 2. 36 

Item 617.— Cotton thread for use In sewing blank books on Smyth book-sewing machines (No. 
18, 4-cord} : 

E. C. Fuller Company, New York, N. Y per pound. . 1. 20 

Item 618.— Best sea-island cotton for Smyth book-sewing machines (No. 36, 4-cord) : 

Universal Supply Company, New York, N. Y per spool. . 1. 36 

F. II. Ilovey, Philadelphia, Pa do.... 1.2662 

E. C. Fuller Company, New York, N. Y do.... 1.41 

R. P. Clarke Company, Washington, D. C do 1.42 

Do do 1.42 . 

The Nonpareil Wire Company, Chicago, 111 .'do 1. 46 

Guy, Curran & Co., Washington, D. C do 1.38 

Item 619. — Soft twine (3, 5, 6, or 12 ply), as may be required: 

John Campbell & Co., New York, N. Y per pound.. .31 

Thomas Gamar & Co., New York, N. Y A^ .""^ 



254 REPORT OP THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 

Item 619.— Soft twine (3, 5, 6, or 12 ply), as may be required— Continued. 

The A. Haug Company, New York, N. Y per pound.. 10.30 

J. P. Nawrath, New York, N. Y do 296 

Item 620.— .014 round wire, for stitching machines: 

The J. L. Morrison Company, New York, N. Y do 14 

The Nonpareil Wire Company, Chicago, 111 do 116 

American Steel and Wire Company, New York, N. Y do 1275 

John A. Roebling's Sons Company, Trenton, N. J do 106 

Item 621.— .018 round wire, for stitching machines: 

The J. L. Morrison Company, New York, N. Y do 13 

The Nonpareil Wire Company, Chicago, 111 do 096 

American Steel and Wire Company, New York, N. Y do 10 

John A. Roebling's Sons Company, Trenton, N. J do 079 

Item 622. — .021 round wire, for stitching machines: 

The J. L. Morrison Company, New York, N. Y do 10 

The Nonpareil Wire Company, Chicago, 111 do 088 

American Steel and Wire Company, New York, N. Y do 095 

John A. Roebling's Sons Company, Trenton, N.J do 0766 

Item 623.— .031 by .021 flat wire, for stitching machines: 

The J. L. Morrison Company, New York, N. Y do 115 

The Nonpareil Wire Company, Chicago, 111 do 101 

American Steel and Wire Company, New York, N. Y do 1025 

John A. Roebling's Sons Company, Trenton, N. J do 089 

Item 624.— .036 by .021 flat wire, for stitching machines: 

The J. L. Morrison Company, New York, N. Y do 116 

The Nonpareil Wire Company, Chicago, 111 do 101 

American Steel and Wire Company, New York, N. Y do 1026 

John A. Roebling's Sons Company, Trenton, N. J do 089 

Item 625.— .041 by .029 flat wire, for stitchmg machines: 

The J. L. Morrison Company, New York, N. Y do 115 

The Nonpareil Wire Company, Chicago, 111 do 101 

American Steel and Wire Company, New York, N. Y do 1026 

John A. Roebling's Sons Company, Trenton, N. J do 084 

Item 626.— .047 by .035 flat wire, for stitching machines: 

The J. L. Morrison Company, New York, N. Y do 116 

The Nonpareil Wire Company, Chicago, 111 do . 101 

American Steel and Wire Company, New York, N. Y do 1025 

John A. Roebling's Sons Company, Trenton, N. J do 083 

Item 627.— .021 round wire, for Hoe speech press, special white label ' ' Nonsuch" (25 or 30) : 

The J. L. Morrison Company, New York, N. Y per pound.. .125 

American Steel and Wire Company, New York, N. Y do 095 

John A. Roebling's Sons Company, Trenton, N. J do 0765 

Itcm'.628.— Glue, best quality (unground), for general bindery use: 

R. P. Andrews Paper Company, Washington, D. C do 135 

S. Isaacs & Co., New York, N. Y do 104 

Do do 103 

Diamond Glue Company, Chicago, 111 do 11 

Universal Supply Company, New York, N. Y do 13 

Do do 11 

Edwin II. Taggart, Philadelphia, Pa do 11 

Bingham Brothers Company, Philadelphia, Pa do 11 

Standard Glue Company, New York, N. Y ; do 135 

Do do 125 

Louis Dejonge tV Co.. New York, N. Y do 11 

The J. O. Whitten Company, Boston, Mass do 126 

Shoemaker A Busch, Philadelphia, Pa do 1196 

Charles B. Adamson, Philadelphia, Pa do 13 

National Gum and Mica Company, New York, N. Y do 1048 

Do do 1098 

Do do 1195 

Delaware Glue Company, Wilmington, Del do 115 

Commonwealth Glue Company, Boston, Mass do 11 

Armour & Co., Chicago, 111 do 11 

Do do 10 

Otto Luhne, New York, N. Y do 1275 

Swift & Co . , Chicago, HI do 11875 

American Glue Company, Boston, Mass do 115 



REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 255 

Item 629.— Glue, best quality (unground) , quick drying, for use on Smyth case-making 
machines : 

R. P. Andrews Paper Company, Washington, D. C per pound. . 10. 125 

S. Isaacs & Co., New York, N. Y do 149 

Diamond Glue Company, Chicago, 111 do 08 

Universal Supply Company, New York, N. Y do 12 

Edwin H. Taggart, Philadelphia, Pa do 12 

• Bingham Brothers Company, Philadelphia, Pa do 13 

Louis Dejonge & Co., New York, N. Y do 11 

The J. O. Whitten Company, Boston, Mass do 10 

Shoemaker & Busch, Philadelphia, Pa do 0896 

Charles B. Adamson, Philadelphia, Pa do 13 

National Gum and Mica Company, New York, N. Y do 1244 

Do do 14 

Delaware Glue Company, Wilmington, Del do. . . . . 14 

Commonwealth Glue Company, Boston, Mass do 125 

Armour & Co., Chicago, lU do .125 

Do do.... .09 

Otto Luhne, New Y'ork, N. Y do 11 

Swift & Co., Chicago, 111 do 12125 

American Glue Company, Boston, Mass do 10 

Item 630.— Flexible glue, to use in gluing books to be rounded and backed; 

Bingham Brothers Company, PhUadelphia, Pa do 115 

Gane Brothers & Co. Chicago, 111 do 13 

Louis Dejonge & Co., New York, N. Y do 12 

Berger Brothers, South Bend, Ind do 105 

The J. O. Whitten Company, Boston, Mass do 10 

Hart & Lugelder, Rochester, N. Y do 12 

Shoemaker & Busch, Philadelphia, Pa do 107 

National Gum and Mica Company, New York, N. Y do 'O 

Delaware Glue Company, Wilmington, Del do in."» 

Armour & Co., Chicago, 111 do ir.> 

Otto Luhne, New York, N. Y do 12 

American Glue Company, Boston, Mass • do 095 

Item 631.— Tablet composition, packed in 5 or 10 pound cans: 

Berger Brothers, South Bend, Ind do 11 

The J. O. Whitten Company, Boston, Mass do 11 

Wood & Lowe Manufacturing Company, Buffalo, N. Y do 10 

National Gum and Mica Company, New York, N. Y do 115 

Armour & Co., Chicago, HI do 10 

American Glue Company, Boston, Mass do 11 

Item 632.— Tablet glue, packed in 10-pound cans : 

Berger Brothers, South Bend, Ind do 11 

The J. O. Whitten Company, Boston, Mass do 11 

Wood & Lowe Manufacturing Company, Buffalo, N. Y do 10 

National Gum and Mica Company, New York, N. Y do 15 

Delaware Glue Company, Wilmington, Del do 155 

Armour & Co., Chicago, 111 do 125 

American Glue Company, Boston, Mass do 11 

Item 633.— Egg albumen, best quality: 

Fred A. Schmidt, Washington, D. C do 68 

Shoemaker & Busch, Philadelphia, Pa do 64 

The A. Haug Company, New York, N. Y do 75 

Item 634.— Blood albumen, best (juality: 

Eureka Manufacturing Company, New York, N. Y do 27 

Fred A. Schmidt, Washington, D. C do 30 

Shoemaker & Busch, Philadelphia, Pa do 195 

Armour & Co., Chicago, 111 do 30 

Item 635.— Dextrin, best light: 

Eureka Manufacturing Company, New York, N .Y do 05 

M. Fiegel & Bro. , New York, N. Y do 0349 

Fred A. Schmidt, Washington. D. C do 07 

Shoemaker & Busch, Philadelphia, Pa do 064 

National Gum and Mica Company, New York, N. Y do 064 

Item 636.— Beeswax, best Northern: 

Lewis Hopfenmaier, Washington, D. C do 31 

M. Feigel & Bro., New York, N. Y do 3348 



256 REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 

Item 636.— Beeswax, best Northern— Continued. 

William G. Stevenson, Philadelphia, Pa per pound. . $0. 27 

Fred A. Schmidt, Washington, D. C do 385 

Shoemaker & Busch, Philadelphia,*Pa do 345 

Item 637.— Granulated gum arable: 

M. Feigel A Bro., New York, N. Y do 0825 

Fred A. Schmidt, Washington, D. C do 25 

Shoemaker & Busch, Philadelphia, Pa do 26 

Item 638.— Alum, pulverized: 

Leon Hirsh & Son, New York, N. Y do Oi5 

M. Feigel & Bro., New York, N. Y do 025 

Shoemaker & Busch, Philadelphia, Pd do 021 

Geo. F. Muth&Co., Washington, D. C do 0225 

Item (>39.— Ultramarine blue: 

Eureka Manufacturing Company, New York, N. Y do 12 

M. Feigel & Bro.. New York, N. Y do 08 

E. J. Murphy Company (Incorporated;, Washington, D. C do 14 

Shoemaker & Busch, Philadelphia, Pa do 125 

Geo. F. Muth & Co., Washington, D. C do 115 

Item 640. — Chrome yellow, dark orange: 

Eureka Manufacturing Company, New York, N. Y do 15 

M. Feigel & Bro., New York, N. Y do 135 

E. J. Mun^hy Company (Incorporated; , Washington, D. C do 24 

Shoemaker & Busch, Philadelphia, Pa do 19 

Do do 14 

Geo. F. Muth & Co., Washington, D. C do 115 

Item 641. — Chrome yellow, lemon: 

Eureka Manufaturing Company, New York, N. Y do 10 

M. Feigel & Bro., New York, N. Y do 135 

E. J. Murphy Company (Incorporated), Washington, D. C do 24 

Shoemaker & Busch, Philadelphia, Pa do 18 

Do do 105 

Geo. F. Muth & Co., Washington, D. C do 115 

Item 642. — Chrome yellow, orange: 

Eureka Manufacturing Company, New York, N. Y do 10 

M. Feigel & Bro., New York, N. Y do 135 

E. J. Murphy Company (Incorporated), Washington, D. C do 24 

Shoemaker & Busch, Philadelphia, Pa do 18 

Do do 105 

Geo. F. Muth <k Co., Washington, D. C do 115 

Item 643.— Carmine indigo paste: 

Shoemaker <fe Busch, Philadelphia, Pa do 60 

Item 644.— Cochineal lake, marbler*8 colors: 

Eureka Manufacturing Company, New York, N. Y do 53 

The A. Ilaug Company, New York, N. Y do 55 

Item 64o.— Stronger water ammonia: 

Leon Ilirsh & Son, New York, N. Y do 15 

Shoemaker & Busch, Philadelphia, Pa do 057 

Geo. F. Muth & Co., Washington, D. C do 058 

Item 646 —Sweet oil, in half-pint bottles: 

Frank Hume, Washington, D. C I>er dozen.. 1.95 

J. C. Ergood & Co., Washington, D. C do 78 

Shoemaker & Busch, Philadelphia, Pa do 77 

Item 647.— Virgin olive oil, quarts: 

Frank Hume, Washington, D. C per quart.. 6.25 

J. C. Ergood e<L Co., Washington, D. C do 65 

Shoemaker & Busch, Philadelphia, Pa do 466 

Item 648.~French book varnish: 

Eureka Manufacturing Company, New York, N. Y per dozen. . 12. 50 

Item 6^.— Orange shellac: 

M. Ffigel &. Bro., New York, N. Y jxt pound. . . 43 

E. J. Murpliy Company (Incorporated), Washington, D. C do 60 

Shot^makiT & Busch, Philadelphia, Pa do 56 

Geo. F. Muth A Co., Washington, D. C do 54 

Item 650.— Gum hog, l>ost quality: 

Fred A. Schmidt, Washington, D. C do 45 

Shoemaker S: Busch, Philadelphia, Pa do 285 



REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 257 

» 

Item 65l.— Oum tragacanth: 

M. Feigel & Bro., New York, N. Y per pound. . $0. 4775 

Fred A. Schmidt, Washington, D. C do 69 

Shoemaker & Busch, Philadelphia, Pa do 465 

Item 652. — Guards for patent backs for books: 

Anderson & Ziegler, Philadelphia, Pa do 008 

Do do 01 

Do do 018 

Item 653. — Back-iining paper for Smyth case-making machine: 

E.G. Fuller Company, New York, N. Y do 063 

Item 654. — Gray super, medium weight: 

Woodward & Lothrop, Washington, D. C per yard. . . 025 

J. W. Shattuck, New York, N. Y do 027 

J. F. Travis Sons, New York, N. Y do 0275 

Do do 036 

Do do 0426 

Louis Dejongedc Co., New York, N. Y do 029 

Do do 026 

R. P. Clarke Company, Washington, D. C do 0245 

Do do 028 

Do do 032 

Do do 0345 

Item 655.— Gray super, heavy weight: 

J. W. Shattuck,. New York, N. Y do 037 

J. F. Travis Sons, Washington, D. C. (Sec Item 054.) 

Louis Dejonge & Co., New York, N. Y do 036 

Do do 033 

R. P. Clarke Company, Washington, D. C do 0245 

Do r. do 028 

Do do 032 

Do do 0345 

Item 656.— Golf bunting, padding cloth: 

Louis Dejonge & Co., New York, N. Y do 025 

R. P. Clarke Company, Washington, D. C do 028 

Do do 035 

Do do 0375 

Do do 04 

Item 657. — Parchment substitute, | inch: 

Thomas Garnar & Co., New York, N. Y per piece. . . 70 

R. P. Clarke Company, Washington, D. C do 72 

The A. Haug Company, New York, N. Y do 70 

Item 658.— Bookbinding band, f-inch: 

Thomas Garnar & Co., Now York, N. Y do 30 

R. P. Clarke Company, Washington, D. C do 43 

The A. Haug Company, New York, N. Y do 32 

Philip Kramer, Brookljm, N. Y do 37 

Item G50.— White tape for Martini book-sewing machines, f-inch wide: 

R. P. Clarke Company, Washington, D. C per yard. . . 0069 

Item 660. — Tape for use in sewing heavy blank books on Martini book-sewing machines, ^ inch 
wide: 

R. P. Clarke Company, Washington, D. C per yard. . . 027 

Item 661. — Rolls, J inch, press or folder tape: 

Gane Brothers & Co., Chicago, 111 per dozen. . 7. 20 

R. P. Clarke Company, Washington, D. C do 6.75 

Southern Printers* Supply Company, Washington, D. C do 7.94 

Keystone Type Foundry, Philadelphia, Pa do 7. 938 

Item 662. — Rolls, f-inch, press or folder tape: 

Gane Brothers & Co., Chicago, 111 do 12. 00 

R. P. Clarke Company, Washington, D. C do 10. 10 

Southern Printers' Supply Company, Washington, D. C do 13. 13 

Keystone Type Foundry, Philadelphia, Pa do 13. 23 

Item 663. — Rolls, 1-inch, press or folder tape: 

Gane Brothers & Co., Chicago, 111 do 15.00 

R. P. Clarke Company, Washington, D. C do 13. 50 

Southern Printers' Supply Company, Washington, D. C do 15. 88 

Keystone Type Foundry, Philadelphia, Pa do 15. 87 



258 REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 

Item 664.— Rolls, 1 J-iDches, press or folder tape: 

Gane Brothers <Sc Co., Chicago, 111 per dozen. .115. 48 

R. P. Clarke Company, Washington, p. C do 15. 20 

Southern Printers' Supply Company, Washington, D. C do 16. 93 

keystone Type Foundry, Philadelphia, Pa do 16.93 

Item 665.— Rolls, IJ-inches, preaa or folder tape: 

Gane Brothers & Co., Chicago, 111 do 16. 80 

R. P. Clarke Company, Washington, D. C do 16. 90 

Southern Printers' Supply Company, Washington, D. C do 18. 52 

Keystone Type Foundry, Philadelphia, Pa do 18. 62 

Item 666. — Rolls, IJ inches, press or folder tape: 

Gane Brothers & Co., Chicago, 111 do 21. 60 

R. P. Clarke Company, Washington, D. C do 19.90 

Southern Printers' Supply Company. Washington, D. C do 21. 17 

Keystone Type Foundry, Philadelphia. Pa do 21.16 

Item 667. — Monotype metal for Lanston monotype machines: 

Merchant & Evans Company (Incorporated), Philadelphia, Pa per pound. . («) 

Thomas Wildes, New York, N. Y do 12 

Lewis Hopfenmaier, Washington, D. C do 12 

Columbia Smelting and Refining Works, New York, N. Y do 0798 

Hofeller Smelting and Refining Company, Buffalo, N. Y do 1475 

National Lead Company, New York, N. Y do 10 

Bcnj. Lowcnstein, New York, N. Y do 108 

United Lead Company, New York, N. Y do 0925 

Item 668.— Linotype metal for Mergenthaier linotype machines: 

Thomas Wildes, New York, N. Y do 09 

Lewis Hopfenmaier, Washington, D. C do 1025 

Columbia Smelting and Refining Works, New York, N. Y do 0726 

Hofeller Smelting and Refining Company, Buffalo, N. Y do 118 

National Lead Company, New York, N. Y do... .09 

Benj. Lowenstein, New York, N. Y do 078 

United Lead Company, New York, N. Y do 0825 

Item 669.— Stereotyi)e metal: 

Thomas Wildes, New York, N. Y do 09 

Lewis Hopfenmaier, Washington, D. C do 11 

Marks Lissbergcr, New York, N. Y do C96 

Columbia Smelting and Refining Works, New York, N. Y do 0734 

Hofeller Smelting and Refining Company, Buffalo, N. Y do 1055 

National Lead Company, New York, N. Y do 086 

Benj. Lowenstein, New York, N. Y do 088 

Do do 074 

United I>ead Company, New York, N. Y do 08 

Item 670.— Electrotype metal: 

Thomas Wildes, New York, N. Y do 07 

Lewis Hopfenmaier, Washington, D. C do 085 

Columbia Smelting and Refining Works, New York, N. Y do 0634 

Hofeller Smelting and Refining Company, Buffalo, N. Y do 09625 

National I^ad Company, New York, N. Y do 07 

Benj. Lowenstein, New York, N. Y do 064 

United Ix'ad Company, New York, N. Y do 065 

Item 671. —T>ead: 

Lewis Hoj)fonmaier. Washington, D. C do 050 

Hofeller Smelting and Refining Company, Buffalo, N. Y do 0575 

Benj. Lowenstein, New York, N. Y do 068 

Item 672.— Tin: 

Lewis Hopfenmaier, Washington, D. C do 41 

Marks l^issl>orper. Now York, N. Y do 41 

Colunibiji SnicltinK and Refining Works. New York, N. Y do 4091 

Hofeller Smelting and R*'fining Company, Buffalo, N. Y do 41 

National l>ead Company, New York, N. Y do 60 

Benj. Lowrnsti'in, Now Yck, N. Y do 415 

Item 073.— Antimony and tin: 

Lewis lloj)fonniaior. Washinfton, D. C do 3425 

Marks LisslM-rgor, Now York, N. Y do 31 

Columbia Smolting and Refining Works. New York, N. Y do 2973 

HofoUor Smelting and Refining Company, Buffalo, N. Y do 3455 



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Item 673.— Antimony and tin— Continued. 

National Lead Company, New York, N. Y per pound. . 10.40 

BenJ. Lowenstein, New York, N. Y do 315 

Item 674.— Bismuth metal: 

Lewis Hopfenmaier, Washington, D. C do — 3.00 

Marks Lissberger, New York, N. Y do 1.60 

Columbia Smelting and Refining Company, New York, N. Y do — 2.60 

National Lead Company, New York, N. Y do 2.25 

Item 675.— Solder: 

JLewis Hopfimmaier, Washington, D. C do 245 

Marks Lissberger, New York, N. Y do 2125 

Columbia Smelting and Refining Company, Buffalo, N. Y do 2365 

Hofeller Smelting and Refining Company, Buffalo, N. Y. do 265 

National Lead Company, New York, N. Y «t do 30 

Benj. Lowenstein, New York, N. Y do 235 

Item 676.— Tinfoil: 

Marks Lissberger, New York, N. Y do 26 

Fred A. Schmidt, Washington, D. C do 26 

TheConley Foil Company, New York, N. Y do 2225 

Item 677.— Lake copper battery plates: 

Lewis Hopfenmaier, Washington, D. C do 5095 

Columbia Smelting and Refining Works, New York, N. Y do 2396 

U. T. Hungerford Brass and Copi)er Company, New York, N. Y do 2095 

Item 678.— Nickel anodes, 8 by 18 inches, J inch thick: 
No bids received. 

Item 679.— Sifted cast-iron fillings: 

Thomas Wildes, New York, N. Y do 03 

The Ostrander Seymour Company, Chicago, 111 do 025 

Marks Lissberger, New York, N. Y ^ do 023 

Item 680.— Sulphate of copi)er: 

Lewis Ilopfenmaler, Washington, D. C do 065 

• Shoemaker & Busch, Philadelphia, Pa do 064 

Item 681. — Nickel salts and ammonia: 

Shoemaker & Busch, Philadelphia, Pa do 119 

Item 682.— Matrix brushes, bristles to measure 3i by 8 inches and 1| inches long: 

B. & O. Myers, New York, N. Y per dozen. . 63.00 

Item 083.— Kiln-dried cherry blocking board: 

Thos. W. Smith, Washmgton, D. C per foot.. .11 

Henry H. Sheip Manufacturing Company, Philadelphia, Pa do 105 

Sheip & Vandegrift, Philadelphia, Pa do 0925 

Item 684.— Stereotype backing paper, 19 by 24 inches, 50 pounds: 

B. & O. Myers, New York, N. Y per ream.. 4.75 

Bradner Smith & Co.; Chicago, 111 do 4.50 

Item 685.— White tissue paper. No. 1, 19 by 24 inches: 

B. & O.Myers, New York, N. Y do.... 1.30 

ItemJ686.— Extra cream tissue paper. No. 1, 19 by 24 inches: 

B. i& O. Myers, New York, N. Y do ... . 1 . 50 

Item 687.— Stereotype drying blankets, 24 by 30 inches: 

Louis Gehlert, New York, N. Y each. . 1 .25 

Do do 2.75 

B. & O. Myers, New York, N. Y do.... 1.33 

Item 688.— Sulphuric acid: 

Leon Hirsh & Son, New York, N. Y per carboy.. 4.95 

Shoemaker & Busch, Philadelphia, Pa do — 3.18 

Mackall Brothers, Washington, D. C do — 2.95 

Item 689.— Muriatic acid: 

Leon Hirsh & Son, New York, N. Y do 4.95 

E. J. Murphy Company (Incorporated), Washington, D. C do — 2.60 

Shoemaker & Busch, Philadelphia, Pa do 2.72 

Mackall Brothers, Washington, D. C do — 2.4a 

Item 690.— Molding wax, for ordinary electrotyping purposes: 

R. P. Andrews Paper Company, Washington, D. C per pound . . .27 

Marks Lissberger, New York, N. Y do 245 

William 0. Stevenson, Philadelphia, Pa do 23 

Mackall Brothers, Washington, D. C do 1725 

Item 691.— Molding wax for electrotyping half-tone cuts: 

R. P. Andrews Paper Company, Washington, D. C do 275 

Marks Lissberger, New York, N. Y do 2fii! 

William G. Stevenson, Philadelphia, Pa ^^c* 



260 



REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 



Item 692.— Plumbago for polishing and molding for electrotypers: 

Thomas Wildes, New York, N. Y per pound. 

Charles B. Chrystal, New York, N. Y do. . . 

The S. Obermayer Company, Cincinnati, Ohio do. . . 

Pettinos Brothers, Bethlehem, Pa do. . . 

Item 603.— Plumbago for polishing electrotype molds: 

Thomas Wildes, New York. N. Y do. . . 

The S. Obermayer Company, Cincinnati, Ohio <lo... 

Pettinos Brothers, Bethlehem, Pa do. . . 

Item 694.— Plumbago for molding for electrotypers: 

Thomas Wildes, New York, N. Y do. . . 

The S. Obennayer Company, Cincinnati, Ohio do. . . 

Pettinos Brothers, Bethlehem, Pa. do. . . 

Item 695.— Plumbago for polishing and molding for electrotypers: 

Charles B. Chrystal, New York, N. Y do. . . 

The S. 0))ormayer Company, Cincinnati, Ohio do. . . 

Pettinos Brothers, Bethlehem, Pa do. . . 

Item 696.— Stereotype backing powder: 

No bids received. 
Item 697.— Stereotype backing powder: 

W. J . Ilindson. Buffalo, N. Y do. . . 

Item 730.— Rope for pressing machines, ,Vinch: 

R. P. Clarke Company do . . 

Hoffman-Corr Manufacturing Company do . . . 

Shoemaker <t Busch do . . . 

William G. Stevenson do. . . 

Item 731.— Uoi^e for pressing machines, |-inch: 

R. P. Clarke Company do. . . 

Hoffman-Corr Manufacturing Company do. . . 

Shoemaker tV Busch do... 

William G. Stevenson do. . . 

Item 732.— Cotton wrapping cord: 

R. P. Clurko Company do. . . 

Hoffman-Corr Manufacturing Company do. . . 

Shoemaker & Busch do. . . 

William G. Stevenson do. . . 

Item 733.— Page cord: 

R. P. Clarke Company do. . . 

Hoffman-Corr Manufacturing Company do. . . 

Shoemaker A: Bu.sch do. . . 

William G. Stevenson do. . . 

Item 734.— Jute, 6-ply, heavy: 

R. P. Clarke Company do. . . 

Hoffman-Corr Manufacturing Company do. . . 

Shoemaker S: Busch do... 

William G. Stevenson do. . . 

Item 735.— Jute, 0-ply, medium: 

R. P. Clarke Company do. . . 

Hoffman-Corr Manufacturing Company do. . . 

Shoemaker <t Busch do . . . 

William G. Stevenson do... 

Item 736.— Jute, 6-ply, light: 

R. P. Clarke Company do. . . 

Hoffman-C'orr Manufacturing Company do. . . 

Shoemaker S: Bu di do. . . 

William G. Stevenson do. . . 

Item 737.— Jute, 8-ply, heavy: 

R. P. Clarke Company do. . . 

Hoffman-Corr Manufacturing Company do. . . 

Shoemaker <^ Busch do... 

Do do... 

William G. Stevenson do. . . 

Item 738.— Jute, H-p[y, medium: 

R. P. Clarko Company do... 

Hoffmnn-Corr Manufacturing Company do... 

Shoemakor <^ Busch do... 

William G. Stevenson do... 



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Item 730.— Jute, 8-ply, light: 

R. P. Clarke Company per pound. . |0. 097 

Hoflman-CoiT Manufacturing Company do .08 

Shoemaker & Busch do 087 

William G. Stevenson do OSf 

Item 740.— Wrapping twine: 

R. P. Clarke Company do 117 

Hoflman-Corr Manufacturing Company do 10^ 

Shoemaker & Busch do llj 

William O. Stevenson do Hi 

Item 741.— Cotton waste, XXX: 

Cuyler & Mohler do 09 

Hoffman-Corr Manufacturing Company do 09 

Thomas Somerviilc Company do 092 

William G. Stevenson do 12 



No. 23. — Statement of proposals received for lithographing and engraving during the 

fiscal year ended June SO, 1907. 

Schedule of Proposals for Engraving 2 Illustrations for Bulletin No. 297, United States 

Geological Survey. 

L. L. Peates, New York, N. Y $45.00 

Schedule of Proposals for Reproducing 72 Illustrations for Water-Supply and Irrigation 

Paper No. 183. 

Item 1.— Printing, in colors, 5,698 copies each of 2 Illustrations: 

A. Hoen & Co., Baltimore, Md $370. 00 

Item 2.— Engraving 70 relief-plate illustrations: 

Barnes-Crosby Company, New York, N. Y 98. 22 

J. Manz Engraving Company, Chicago, 111 ^ 43. 50 

. Caxton Company, Cleveland, Ohio 43. 48 

Qalvanotype Engraving Company, New York, N. Y 48. 00 

Baltimore-Maryland Engraving Company, Baltimore, Md 35. 00 

Schedule of Proposals for Reproducing 50 Illustrations fq^ Water-Supply and Irrigation 

Paper No. 182. 

Item 1.— Lithographing and printing 5,698 copies each of 2 illustrations: 

A . Hoen & Co., Baltimore, Md $370. Oo 

Item 2.— Engraving 48 relief-plate Illustrations: 

Barnes-Crosby Company, New York, N. Y 65. 94 

J. Manz Engraving Company, Chicago, 111 30. 00 

Galvanotype Engraving Company, New York, N. Y 35. 00 

Baltimore-Maryland Company, Baltimore, Md 28. 50 

Caxton Company, Cleveland, Ohio 32. 45 

Schedule of Proposals for Engraving 40 Illustrations for Monograph No. 50, United States 

Geological Survey. 

Barnes-Crosby Company, New York, N. Y $720.00- 

Baltimore-Maryland Engraving Company, Baltimore, Md 350. 00^ 

Galvanotype Engraving Company, Now York, N. Y 349.00 

J. Manz Engraving Company, Chicago, 111 285. 00 

Schedule of Proposals for Reproducing 40 Illustrations for Proceedings upon the Unyeilino 

OF THE Statue of the Count de Rochambeau. 

Item 1.— Printing by photogravure process, 7,539 copies each of 7 illustrations: 

Campbell Art Company, Elizabeth, N.J $762.60 

A. W. ElUson&Co., Boston, Mass 910.83 

Chicago Photogravure Company, Chicago, 111 645. 00 

Item'2.— Engraving 33 relief-plate illustrations: 

Baltimore-Maryland Engraving Company, Baltimore, Md 74. 50 

Maurice Joyce Engraving Company, Washington, D. C 140. 00- 



262 BEPOBT OF THE PUBLIC PBINTEB. 

8CHEDxn.E OF Proposals for Enoravino 40 Illustrations for Contributions for the United 

States National Herbarium, Vol. X, Part 3. 
« 

Oalvanot3T)e Engraving Company, New York, N. Y 165.00 

Scientific Engraving Company, New York, N. Y 16&00 

Baltimore-Maryland Engraving Company, Baltimore, Md 64. 75 

Maurice Joyce Engraving Company, Washington, D. C 90.00 

Schedule of Proposals for Engraving 13 Illustrations for Water-Supply and Irrigation 

Paper No. 184. 

Galvanotjrpe Engraving Company, New York, N. Y Sll.OO 

Caxton Company, Cleveland, Ohio la 25 

Baltimore-Maryland Engraving Company, Baltimore, Md 9.75 

Schedule of Proposals for Engraving 22 Illustrations for Water-Supply and Irrigation 

Paper No. 185. 

Oalvanotype Engraving Company New York, N. Y 121. 50 

Caxton Company, Cleveland, Ohio 19. 75 

Baltimore-Maryland Engraving Company, Baltimore, Md 18. 00 

Schedule of Proposals for Lithographing and Printing 8,575 Copies of 1 Illustration fob 

Bulletin No. 302, United States Geological Survey. 

A. Hoen & Co., Baltimore, Md $140.00 

Julius Bien & Co., New York, N. Y 15a 00 

Schedule of Proposals for Photolithographing and Printing 1,500 Copies each of G Illus- 
trations FOR Fourth Annual Report of the Reclamation Service. 

A. UoenA Co., Baltimore, Md *. $24^00 

Schedule of Proposals for Lithographing and Printing 6,605 Copies of 1 Illustration for 

Bulletin No. 300, United States Geological Survey. 

A. Hoen A Co., Baltimore, Md S349.00 

Julius BienA Co., New York, N. Y 513.*00 

Schedule of Proposals for Reproducing 2 Illustrations for Soil Survey of Waycross 

Area, Georgia, for 1905. 

Item 1.— Lithographing and printing 8,598 copies of 1 illustration: 

Brcuker & Kesslcr Company, Philadelphia, Pa 1681. 00 

A. Hoen 6i Co., Baltimore, Md 585.00 

Julius Bien ACo., New York, N. Y 597.00 

Item 2.— Engraving 1 relief-plate illustration: 

Maurice Joyce Engraving Company, Washington, D. C 1. 00 

Star Engraving Company, Los Angeles, Cal per Inch . 06 

Schedule of Proposals for Reproducing 2 Illustrations for Soil Survey of Lee County, Ala., 

FOR 1905. 

Item 1.— Lithographing and printing 8,598 copies of 1 illustration: 

Breukcr & Kessler Company, Philadelphia, Pa $716. 00 

A. Hoen & Co., Baltimore, Md 67&00 

Julius Bien & Co.. New York, N. Y 679.00 

Item 2.— Engraving 1 relief-plate illustration: 

Maurice Joyce Engraving Company, Washington, D. C 1. 00 

Star Engraving Company, Los Angeles, Cal per inch.. .06 

Schedule of Proposals for Reproducing 2 Illustrations for Soil Survey of San Marcos Area, 

Texas, for 1905. 

Item 1.— Lithographing and printing 10,598 copies of 1 Illustration: 

Breuker 6i Kessler Company, Philadelphia, Pa $694. 00 

A. Hoen & Co., Baltimore, Md 644. 00 

Julius Bien A Co., New York, N. Y 811.00 

Item 2.— Engraving 1 relief-plate illustration: 

Maurice Joyce Engraving Company, Washington, D. C 1. 00 

Star Engraving Company, Los Angeles, Cal per Inch. . . 06 



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t 

Schedule of Proposals foe Repboducinq 2 Illustrations foe Soil Survey of New Hanovxb 

County, N. C, for 1905. • 

Item 1.— Lithographing and printing 8,598 copies of 1 illustration: 

Breuker & Kessler Company, Philadelphia, Pa $429.00 

A. Hoen & Co., Baltimore, Md 496.00 

Julius Bien & Co., New York, N. Y 512.00 

Item 2.— Engraving 1 reUef-plate illustration: 

Maurice Joyce Engraving Company, Washington, D. C 1. 00 

Star Engraving Company, Los Angeles, Cal per inch. . . 06 

Schedule of Proposals for Reproducing 20 Illustrations for Bulletin No. 303, United States 

Geological Survey. 

Item 1.— Lithographing and printing 7,305 copies of 1 Illustration: 

JuUus Bien <t Co., New York, N. Y $314.00 

A. Hoen & Co., Baltimore, Md 344. 00 

Item 2.— Engraving 19 relief-plate illustrations: 

Caxton Company, Cleveland, Ohio 18. 00 

Schedule of Proposals for Engraving 16 Illustrations for Water Sin*PLY and Irrigation 

Paper No. 187. 

Caxton Company, Cleveland, Ohio $12. 00 

Schedule of Proposals for Reproducing 17 Illustrations for Water Supply and Irrigation 

Paper No. 188. 

Item 1.— Photolithographing and printing 6,898 copies of 2 Illustrations: 

A. Hoen & Co., Baltimore, Md $298.00 

Item 2.— Engraving 16 relief-plate illustrations: 

Caxton Company. Cleveland. Ohio .• 20. 86 

Schedule of Proposals for Engraving 18 Illustrations for Bulletin No. 306, United States 

Geological Survey. 

Caxton Company, Cleveland, Ohio $29. 66 

Baltimore-Maryland Company, Baltimore, Md 38. 00 

Schedule of Proposals for Reproducing 11 Illustrations for Bulletin No. 304. United States 

Geological Survey. 

Item 1.— Lithographing and printing 6,106 copies of 1 illustration: 

Andrew B. Graham Company, Washington, D. C $631. 00 

A. Hoen & Co., Balthnore, Md 642. 70 

Item 2.— Engra\ing 10 relief-plate illustrations: 

The Caxton Company, Cleveland, Ohio : • 17. 20 

Baltimore-Maryland Engraving Co., Baltimore, Md 11. 60 

Schedule of Proposals for Engraving 17 Relief-plate Illustrations for Bulletin No. 306, 

United States Geological Survey. 

The Caxton Company, Cleveland, Ohio $8. 64 

Baltimore-Maryland Engraving Company, Baltimore, Md 10. 76 

Schedule of Proposals for Reproducing 69 Illustrations for Annual Report of Chief of 

Engineers for 1906. 

Item 1. — Photolithographing and printing 1,730 copies each of SO illustrations: 

Andrew B. Graham Company, Washington, D. C $710.00 

The Norris Peters Company, Washingfton, D. C 690. 00 

The Columbia Planograph Company, Washington, D.C <» 667. 66 

Item 2.— Engraving 10 illustrations: 

Photo-Engraving Company, New York, N. Y 30. 00 

Scientific Engraving Company, New York, N. Y a30. 00 

Austin Engraving Company, Albany, N. Y 60. 00 

Schedule of Proposals for Photolithographing and Printing 2.500 Copies each of 21 Illus- 
trations. 

Andrew B. Graham Company, Washington. D. C b $1,144.60 

Breuker & Kessler Company, Philadelphia, Pa <» 1,046. 00 

Schedule of Proposals for Reproducing 21 Illustrations for Bulletin No. 308, United States 

Geological Survey. 

Item 1.— Lithographing and printing 7,805 copies of 1 illustration: 

A. Hoen <t Co., Baltimore, Md c $850. 00 

Breuker & Kessler Company, Philadelphia, Pa 850. 00 

a Less 2 per cent. & Less 5 per cent. c Less \ per cent. 



264 REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 

Item 2.— Engraving 20 relief-plate illustrations: 

The Carton Company, Cleveland, Ohio $14. 85 

Maurice Joyce Engraving Company, Washington, D. C a 24. 50 

Schedule of Proposals for Reproducing 48 Illustrations fob Professional Paper No. £5 

United States Geological Survey. 

Item 1.— Lithographing and printing 5,100 copies each of 5 illustrations: 

A. Hoen&Co., Baltimore, Md $4,283.00 

Andrew B. Graham Company, Washington, D. C 2,725.00 

Item 2.— Engraving 43 relief-plate illustrations: 

United States Engra\ing and Illustrating Company, Washington, D. C 226. 00 

Oalvanotyi)e Engraving Company, New York, N. Y 166. 00 

The Caxton Company, Cleveland, Ohio 112. 90 

Schedule of Proposals for Reproducing 2 Illustrations for Soil Survey of Montgomery 

County, Miss., for 1906. 

Item 1.— Lithographing and printing 8,598 copies of 1 illustration: 

Julius Bien & Co., New York, N. Y $469.00 

A. Hoen «S; Co., Baltimore, Md 690.00 

Breuker & Kessler Company, Philadelphia, Pa 499. 00 

Andrew B. Graham Company, Washington, D. C 748. 00 

Item 2.— Engravuig 1 relief-plate illustration: 

Maurice Joyce Engraving Company, Washington, D. C .75 

Schedule of Proposals for Reproducing 2 Illustrations for Soil Survey of Escambia County, 

Fla., for 1906. 

Item 1.— Lithographing and printing 8,598 copies of 1 illustration: 

Julius Bien «fe Co., New York, N. Y $952.00 

A. Iloen <t Co., Baltimore, Md 1,035.00 

Item 2. — Kngruving 1 relief-plate illustration: 

Maurice Joyce Engraving Company, Washington, D. C .75 

Schedule ok Propo.s alh for Keprodicing 3 Illustrations for Soil Survey of Caddo Parish, La., 

FOR 1906. 

Item 1. — Lithognipliiiig and printing 8..')98 copies for 2 illustrations: 

Julius Bien A Co., New York, N. Y $1,024.00 

A. Hoen A Co., Baltimore, Md 1,320.00 

Andrew B. Graham Company. Washington, D. C 1,374.00 

Item 2. — Kngraving 1 relief-plate illustration: 

Maurice Joyce Engraving Company, Washington, D. C .75 

Scuedule of Proposals for Reproducing 2 Illustrations for Soil Survey of Oklahoma County, 

Ok la., for 1906. 

Item 1. — Lithographing and printing 8.598 copies of 1 illustration: 

Julius Bien <fe Co., New York, N. Y $581.00 

A. Hoen & Co., Baltimore, Md.. 787.00 

Breuker & Kessler Company. Philadelphia, Pa 600.00 

Andrew B. Graham Company, Washington, D. C 724.00 

Item 2.— Engraving 1 relief-plate illustration: 

Maurice Joyce Engraving Company, Washington, D. C .76 

Schedule of Propo.sals for Lithographing and Printing 8,598 Copies of 1 Illustration for Soil 

Survey of Pontotoc County, Miss., for 1906. 

Julius Bien & Co., New York. N. Y $454.00 

A. Hoen ik Co., Baltimore, Md 630.00 

Breuker «fe Kessler Company, Philadelphia, Pa 465.00 

Andrew B. Graham Company, Washington, D, C ." 764.00 

Schedule of Proposals for Reproducing 530 Illustrations for Twenty-Sixth Annual Report 

OF THE Bureau of American Ethnology. 

Item 1.— Lithographing and printing 9,772 copies each of 9 illustrations: 

Andrew B. Graham Company, Washington, D. C $375.00 

Breuker <t Kessler Company, Philadelphia, Pa 995.00 

Item 2.— Printing 9.772 copies each of 2 illustrations: 

Andrew B. Graham Company. Washington, D. C 360.00 

Breuker «V- Kessler Company, Philmlelphia. Pa 297.00 

c Less 2 per'cent. 



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265 



Item 3.— Engrraving 201 illustrations: 

Baltimore-Maryland Engraving Company, Baltimore, Md $40. 00 

National Engraving Company, Washington, D. C 80.40 

Galvanotype Engraving Company, New York, N. Y a 75.00 

Scientific Engraving Company, New York, N. Y 19.00 

The Caxton Company, Cleveland, Ohio 200.00 

United States Engraving and Illustrating Company (Incorporated), Washington, D. C. . b 685.55 

Maurice Joyce Engraving Company, Washington, D. C, items 3 and 4 6 385. 00 

Chemical Engraving Company, New York, N. Y., items 3 and 4 e490.00 

Gatchell & Manning, Philadelphia, Pa., items 3 and 4 37.50 

Do 691.50 

Item 4.— Engraving 318 Illustrations: 

The Caxton Company, Cleveland, Ohio 326.00 

United States Engravhig and Illustrating Company (Incorporated), Washington, D. C, 

items 3 and 4 ft 685.56 

Maurice Joyce Engravhig Company, Washington, D. C, Items 3 and 4 b 385. 00 

Scientific Engraving Company, New York, N. Y 296.00 

National Engraving Company, Washington, D. C 340.00 

Baltimore-Maryland Engraving Company, Baltimore, Md a295.00 

Chemical Engraving Company, New York, N. Y., Items 3 and 4 « 490.00 

Gatchell & Manning, Philadelphia, Pa., items3and4 556.50 

Do * 591.50 

Galvanotype Engraving Company, New York, N. Y 393.00 

Schedule of Proposals for Reproducing 69 Illustrations for Bulletin No. 309, United States 

Geological Survey. 

Item 1.— Lithographing and printing 6,605 copies each of 9 illustrations: 

Andrew B. Graham Company, Washington, D. C 12,740.00 

A. Hoen&Co., Baltimore, Md 1,766.00 

Julius Bien & Co., New York, N. Y 2,765.00 

Item 2.— Engraving 60 relief-plate illustrations: 

National Engraving Company, Washington, D. C 216.27 

Maurice Joyce Engraving Company, Washington, D. C 175.00 

The Caxton Company, Cleveland. Ohio 99. 25 

Galvanotype Engraving Company, New York, N. Y ' 94.00 

Schedule of Proposals for Lithographing and Printing 1,619 Copies each of 18 Illustrations 
FOR Senate Document No. 194, Fifty-ninth Congress, Second Session. 

Andrew B. Graham Company, Washington, D. C '12,540.00 

A. Hoen& Co., Baltimore, Md «3,355.00 

Julius Bien «fc Co., New York. N. Y 6 3,534.00 

Schedule of Proposals for Lithographino and Printing 3,966 Copies each of 9 Illustrations 
FOR Annual Report of the Governor of Haw ah to the Secretary of the Interior for 1906. 

Julius Bien& Co., New York, N. Y 6 $2, 898. 00 

Andrew B. Graham Company, Washington, D. C d 1,874.00 

A. Hoen & Co., Baltimore, Md «2,805.00 

Schedule of Proposals for Reproducing 52 Illustrations for Report of the Secretary of 

Agriculture for 1906. 

Item 3.— Engraving 43 half-tone Illustrations: 

Galvanotype Engravhig Company, New York, N. Y S95.00 

W. J. Dobinson Engraving Company, Boston, Mass per square Inch . . .15 

Item 4.— Engraving 9 text figures: 

Galvanotype Engravhig Company, New York, N. Y 9.50 

W. J. Dobhison Engraving Company, Boston, Mass per square Inch. . . 15 

Schedule of Proposals for Engravino 70 Relief-plats Illustrations for Bulletin of the 

Bureau of Fisheries, Vol. XXIV, 1906. 

United States Engraving and Illustrating Company, Washington, D. C $49. 10 

Galvanotype Engraving Company, New York, N. Y 60. 00 

Maurice Joyce Engraving Company, Washington, D. C 6 lOO.OO 

National Engraving Company, Washington, D. C 679.82 

Baltimore-Maryland Engraving Company, Baltimore, Md /36.50 



a Less 6 per cent. < Less 12 per cent. 

6 Less 2 per cent. ^ Less 3 per cent. 

18937— S. Doc. 5, 60-1—18 



« Less one-haif of 1 per cent. 
/ Less 5 per cent. 



^\U\ liEPOBT OF THE PUBLIC FRINTEB. 

|l\'niinVM.M or rROrOMAUl foe RKPBODUCINO 6 ILLUSTEATIO.VS FOmBUIXSTDI OFTHB BVSSAV OV 

FuHKBiKB, Vol. XXVI, 190ft. 

tl«4it 1. -Lithogniphing and printing 5,575 coptes each of 2 pUtct: 

A. Hoen A Co., Baltimore, Md •taO.OO 

llroukflf A Kesfler Company, Philadelphia, Pa *MI.0O 

ttotn'i. 'Kngraving 4 £inc etching!: 

Maurice Joyce Engraving Company, Waahtaigton, D. C *8.00 

lialtlmore-Maryland Engraving Company, Baltimore, Md ^ c4.00 

W. J. Dobinson Engraving Company, Boeton, Maaa per eqaan inch.. *.10 

HciiKDVUK or Proposals fob Enobatino 212 Rkuef-platk iLLUSTEATiONa fob Bvllbidi Na 17, 

National Musxinc. 

Sclentiflc Engraving Company, New York, N. Y 'I0S.OO 

Baltimore-Maryiiind Engraving Company, Baltimore, Md «]00.00 

MaMachusetts ?:ngraving Company, Boston, Maas each.. .70 

Do do /1.26 

Oalvanotype Engraving Company, New York, N. Y 123.00 

United States ?:ngraving and Illustrating Company, Washington, D. C 166.90 

Maurice Joyce Engraving Company, Washington, D. C *2S0.0(| 

W.J. Dobinson Engraving Company, Boston, Mass eadi.. ft. 36 

Do per Inch-. *.16 



No. 24. — Statement showing the names of persoTU employed in the public printing and 
binding daring the fiscal year ended June SOj 1907 ^ the time each has been employed and 
the amount each has received, including leaves of absence. 



Amount earned. ,, Amount earned. 

Hours Hours . 



^'*°''' pio?;i '^^^ ''i«^ ^'^'°'' plS^'^d i Time Piece. 



I 



Abbott, W. II 2,456^ 11,248.25 Alee, Charles D 508 1202.44 

Abbott, W. K 2,522i 1,401.42 A ke, Margaret D 2,0131 505.14 S3L0O 

Abell, A. T o365 , 944.35 Albaugh, B. 8 2,479J l,296u55 

Abemethy, Charles. . . 2,012i 1,310.02 Albertson, George H . 2,5134 1,369.31 

Abrams, T. J 2,764i 738..% Alburtis, James H.... 2,5064 1,467.56 

Ackennan, A. M 252 63.00 Alderman, Ralph W.. 2,536 1,361.06 

Ackert, B. H 2,507 1,254.70 A Idrich, Alfred 217J ' 130.35 

Adams, A. 8 »221.26 A Id ridge, G. T 2,5574 1,281.65 

Adams.Carne 577.00 Alexander, C. J 2,660i 1,415.10 

Adams, Charles F 2,204 1,102.00 Alexander, Jeremiah . 2,4324 660.92 

Adams, James H 9594 484.75 Alford,J. R 2,266 1,36010 

Adams, John 2.1394 1,193.15 A llee, Presley a365 1,546.47 

Adams. Louisa 2,412 C02.99 AUeger, Thomas J 2,455 1,227.50 

Adams, Wm. U 2,638 820.85 Allen, Annie C ^145^ 299.28 33L73 

Adams, Wm. S 2,5034 1.256.10 Allen, Clement 2,5904 994.29 

Adamsou, Consuelo . . 1,8124 453.10 AUcn, G. W 323 853.70 

Adamson.lIarrietteO. 2,176 544.05 AUcn, Guy P 1,1334 283.36 

Adainson, Jessica 534.22 Allen, H. M 2,432 997.56 

Addison, rhilip 2,528] 1,435.62 Alien, Henry M 2,5764 1,296.97 

.\die, Alice 629.26 Alien, John W 2,5064 638.66 

Ady.IlenryS 2,4184 605.20' Allen, Louis M 2,416 1,208.80 

Agar. Kate 2,508 627.12 Allen, R. J ^305 1,747.88 

Agnew.C.M 3,238| 842.35 AUison, Arthur 9361^1,583.14 

Agnew, W. 1 2,528 1,479.23' Allison, F. A 2,504 626.00 

Ahem, KUa 697.96 Allison, Matt. L 2,50^ 1,65L06 

Aheru.JohnP I.6O64 851.50 .\mson, WiUiam 7104 X^W 

Alaoulth, nertha W.. 9104 17a00 Alverson, John L 9366 1,579.46, 

Id, W.C.... 2.3904 862.41, Aman, F. A 2,599 662.60 

on*-half of 1 per osit. < Leas 3 per osit. « Lass 4 per o«it« 9 Days. 

a par oant d Laat 6 par osit. / Laat 14 per oanU 



REPOBT OF THE PUBLIC PBINTEE. 2D7 

No. 2i.—Statemtnt thotoing the naniu of periont employed in the public printiTig and 
binding during the fiscal ijrtjr a'lh'i June SO, 1907, with Ihe time each hat been anplo^ed 
aiid the amount each hat received, tTicluding leavet of abtence — Continued. 

Brnsd. f, Ammiiit earned. 



I ploj'ed. . 



Time Plew 









Ainaioon, Charles B 


. •3U 


tl, 101. 7e , 


AmbKSarab 


. »K7) 


1, iao.es 








Amoaa.JaraBiO.... 


■ 1 a,«3 


1,207.50 


Andersoo.ClaudtsC 




256.03 


Aniieraon, D. F 


.["^tl 


..48..02 


Anderson, Du>iel B 


. I,*5!l 


303.34 


Anderson, Ernll A.. 


. 2,124 


1,212.00 




. 2,mi 




Anderson.Jordan.. 


. 2,S3Ji 


636,54 


AndersoQ, Uary E . 


-1 1,'S4 


438.47 


Anderson, Nelson.. 


-; 1,359 


340,55 


Anderson, ferey S . 






Anderson, R.T 


. 2,438 


1,219.00 


Andor»on. Soymour 


. 1,074) 


270-18 


Andrew, E.H 


. Z,«Sf 








029.39 








Andrews, Margaret. 


fO^ 


133.11 


Andritk WlUiamH 


: 288 


72.80 


Anglin, William H. 


. 1,*5IH 


888.55 


Arenda, FrMI 






Armstrong, Arthur 


. 2.<m 


1,357,22 








Armstrong, Janiea B 


. 2,6141 


1,538.56 


Armstrong, Marlon 


• 49( 


84.52 


Amett, AlphonsoT 


. 3,0M 




Amott, Eugene 


S20 


isaoo 


Arnold, A, J 


.. 632) 


31ft. 80 


Arnold. HarryC... 


. 2,410 


1,205.00 


Amta, Arthur .... 


. 1,966 


083.00 


Arrlnglon.T J 


336 


182.10 


Artliiir, Hmrry-W.. 


. 67« 


205.72 


AehbT UaryBsbtn. 


. 2,557 


1,281.80 








Ashe, Aiuiie .... 


87^ 


253.30 


Ashtord, Charles W 


. 2,787) 










.*shtord, W, F 


. 2,722) 


1,70163 


Ashion. n. F 


. -aes 




Ashley. William F.. 


.- 2.602 


1,52a 25, 




. 2,6471 




Ashtoii, George U.. 


410 


104.00 


AtlciEs,J.U 


., 2,421 


1,210l60J 


Atkinson, Charles S 


.! 1,4601 


373.38 


Atkinson, E. T 




004.40 ' 


.itkluaon, Oeorge 


.1 2.582) 


1,480.80' 




.! 2,fl29i 


1.S45.S8 1 


Atkinson, John F.. 


.1 2,S9B] 


1.764.41 



46IH I 373.38 |.. 



,\ustin,J. E I 

ATls.lVllliam ■ 

Ayers.Frank 

Ayers, JohnT 

Ajlvard.HinmeA...' 

)5.34 Ayrea, Annie !. 

Babcoct, D. A ' 

Babeock, J.H 

Babcock.J.H..ti....: 

Babeock, John. 

BsckuB, NtlllcB. G-..I 

K.oe Bailey, Ida U 

)].44 Bailey. Lucy R i 

Bailey. UaryE 

Balley.S I. 

BaUBy,Wm.H 

Balrd. Hattle D , 

(4.43 Baker, Allred J | 

Baker, Arthur E ; 

Baker, ChaileeW i 

Baker, Emily U 

Baker, George F ; 

Baker,Uaade i 

Bater,P.B I 

Baker, W.8 

, ^ Baldonocker.Theo.E. 

BalderaoD, Bori 

tonL 

laTO I Baldwta, E. P... 
12.07 BaldwlQ, Georgia A.. 

Baldwin.L.W 

H. 26 Baldwin. Walter J.. . 

, Bultam, Annie W... 

Ball, George H 

.| Ball, Hiram W 

j, Ball,I,.L 

, Ball, Walter 

18.68 j Ballard, ClaodeU.... 
' Ballard, George A... 

'} BaUoa,J. R 

Balmer.Hamy ?... 

I BalMer, BmOy I 



t568.22 . 

1,490.14 . 



830.73 . 
1,815.15 . 
1,436.31 '. 



ii7G.n 

388.41 

1.37B.W 



146.80 . 

781.n . 

1,304.63 . 

1,353.09 . 
673.16 



I HM.7V . 
447.80 . 



268 EEPORT OF THE PUBLIC PBIHTBB. 

No. 24. — Slatemenl thoviing the names o/ pmoTi* employed tn the public prifttxTtg and 
binding during thtfitcal yv-ir i ndi d Jnw. SO, 19<n, viith the tiiM each hat been employed 
and the amotait each lua received, including leaves oj abienee — Continued. 



ployed. 



nt named. 
I Piece- I 



Barbaui, ClaraB, 

Barbour, W.H 

Bud veil, Ulimle ^ 

Barker, Arthur E 

BMtor,F.C. 

Buker, U. B 

Bunas, Cbsrlei.P 

B«mai,CI»lrC 

Barssa, OeorgeO 

Barnes, Laara L 

BamcBby, Wslwr — 

BamettiH.E 

Bamett, l£ay 



arantS-.. 







Amount earned. 


Name. 


Iptoyed, 


Ttme 
work. 


work. 


Battle., B.L 




..,«.» 

«».» 





07 Battle;, Alice E - 2,«l 

lEaner.C.A I S.«; 

- Bauers, ChnrlosF....] 6« i OT5.60 . 

n.ClwtleaE.I a.mj ' 1,M1.72 . 

HuiimBLinin.T, Wm.,-! 21Si ' 10S.SS . 

2,4M1 I 



Bamholt.Wm.H.... 


2,727 


1,3S8.M 


Bamum, HoraUo..... 


3,61114 


1,IW.16 


Bamum, Hark H., ]r. 


1.TS7I 


i,8».n 




aJlS 










Barr, Samuel D 


70« 










Barrett, Howard A . . 


IS 


12.00 








Barrett, H.F 


7061 


360.00 


Barrett, UarlonB... 






Barrett, BobertD... 


2,141) 


1,220,75 


Barrlnt-er if 


2,SMi 


1,297.12 


Barron, W.W 


7851 


46S.gS 


Barrows, B.F 


"371 


1,001.70 








Bart,H.F 


e2et 


321.80 


Bart«l»,A.J 


2,4B8i 




Barth, Wm. F 




1,181.00 




2,130 


632.50 


Bartla, Hanry E 


ees 


330.05 


Bartlotl, Edward.... 




8.00 


Bartlott, W. G 


6G2 


1»3.80 


Bartmeaa, Edith H... 


m 


02.16 








Barton, C.V 


048.20 


Bartoo,CharlesH.,Jr 


Z,304i 


020.62 


Bartow, FlorancoL.. 


837i 


20B.37 








Ba«.,Wm.M 


.3es 


2,000.00 


Baiiler. Honry 


2,4g6 


1,262.40 


Batea,AlicaV 


i,eee 


490.57 


Bates, Frank 


SB81 


2te.e2 


Bates, wmiuaB.... 


960 




Batemaa, Maggie C . . 


2.m 


711.B0 




Belcher. Sumnei 
; Bell.Chaa.W.. 
' BelI.EdithH.. 



BEPOBT Off THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 2(i9 

No. 24. — Statement ihotdng the Tuima of persont employed tn the public printing and 
bindtTig during thejUeal yeox ended Jwu SO, 1907. with the time each hat been employed 
and the amount each hai received, including leave* ofabienee — Coutinued. 



BeU.UaiyE 

Bell, Boben 

BeU,a.H 

BeU, W. P 

BoUloger.Abra.... 

Bellinger, O. B 

BelllB.riiestPr A 

Bender.C.M 

Benham, John S... 
B«nJ(iiiiiii, Ulriiun 
BenJttinLii, W, T... 




Banker, C. G 

Bennaugh, Simon... 
Bennec, AlnnR.C... 
BItuiei, Jo»ph N 

Beniiusoo, WlUlnm T. 

BennnttpC. E 

Bennett, Clara L 

Bennett, Edgar P 

Bennf.tt.L. J 

Bennett, ThomasD.. 

Bennett, W.E 

Benoett, Walter J.... 
Benson, Ouetav A.... 

Benson, Pauline 

BeQtley,M. F. C 



Bentz.A. W 

BeotzcU, Chufles H.. . 2,3641 

BaiB.Jotnit "364,',, 

Bergcr.F.B 2,6S2 

BeiEor, Jonpb J 2,1011 

BoigBHon, Atulrew ... 2,M0 

Borglu.Mgrj>L. ... 2,5S31 

Berin8cr,WillismH.. !,H01 

Berkeley, Geo. T 3,*2Ei 

Berkeley, Joseph A... 312 

Bernard, Albert 2,7361 

Benid.John !,M71 

Berry, OeorgB ft4 

Berry, Jarrett 8 2,947 

Berry, Jennies 2,033 

Berwick, Wm 2,«0 

Best.A.H 362 

Bethea, J. K 1,880 

Bethel, Theodore Z,3sa 

Beyler, Edward 2,205 

Blebor,J.F 2,277( 

Blpr, Robert L 2,*1« 

Blerley, Wmiam. , <J58 . 



1,2B1.7B . 

860.64 . 

574.12 . 

381.78 ,. 
1,100.60 . 

707. BS . 

779.37 |. 

10S.M . 



2,900.00 . 
340.84 . 

i,i»4.eo . 



1,605.34 . 
1,227.76 . 



- , Birmingham, oi. J. 

. Blmey, Thomae 

. Blebee, H. V 

. Bl«hop, Agnea I 

Blahop, JohnE 

.' Blabop. Vardei 



liill 



■r,J X. 



1,485.31 . 

1,209.80 ,. 
412.85 '. 



1,253.20 . 
625.00 . 
1,273.00 . 



1,205.00 . 

70.82 . 

885.32 . 

Gsaw . 

1,103.05 . 

1,138.75 
1,208.00 !. 



Blackn-eU.WiUlamB. 

' Bladen.C.A , 

Blalt,Nellla 

Bloke, W.W 

BUnck,FredenckH.. 

Bleoeing, L. U 

Blount, Silas A 

Bloonier,A.F 

Block, Marciu 

Blore,Mary 

Blasser, Ross J 

' Boag, J. O 

Boats, Harry 

GadeDbuneri M. A...: 

j Bodwell,An»ODl.... 

BuelUQer , John A 

Bi^emaleln.EEnryN.i 

I Bogla, Ferd F 

Bogue,3aUieB , 

BolandpB.T 

Boland,FredW 

BoUand.Ben] i 

; Bolten.Wm.R 

Bond, J. W 

Bond, Marlon M 

I Biiiii', Augultus I 

■ Boiiney,Byrun W...-! 

I BooDe, George B 

1 Boone, Oeorge W j 

>,Da;(J 



270 BEPOET OF THE PUBLIC PRIHTBB. 

No. Zi.—Stalemtnt thawing the nanut of ptnont employid tn the ptAKe priiUing and 
binding during thtfiteal year nidcd June 30, 1967, wtlA the timt each hat been emphj/ed 
and the amount each hat reeeived, indvding leavtt ofabtenee — Ctmtmued. 



Booth, UbtjodH... 

Booth, Wm.n 

UooM.Wm.H 

Bolttwldt, BBrlwTt 

Bont.J.A 

BoM.C.P 

BoH.I.G 

Bou, John R 

Bou, iMm V , 



Bocwortli, Admiral K 
Bo«worth, Henry H . . 
Bot«ler, Edward D . . . 
Boteler, Harry B 







AnuHint oinwd. 

nine I Piece- 



udt, Advn. 

..I Bruuun, Uir7 A . . . 

,.1 BrsDtly.C.J 

! BrM»U,T.J 

SM7.86 ! Braiwell. Emeet J.. , 

I 1,333.«0 ...i Brattaln.H.E 

1,3«.96 ! Braiui, CharleaF.... 

1,S18.17 ' Brsuningnr Will.... 

677.26 j BmwneT, AngieC... 

I 73S.8I ' B™y,PaulH... 

I 1,171,60 ■ Bray,RobertT 

398.82 Brayton,H.H 

j aM.37 1 Breed, W.J 

8K.« Breen.jMnoe 



i,K7J I 

I 2.W7 i 

2,831) ! 



Bow«ll,M. A 

Bowenoi, Thorns*. . . 

Bowle.A.J 

Bovie.U.E 

Bowie, RsndalL 

Bowker llenryJ 

Bovler, Beisle E 

BotIh, I.ucy 

Bovley, IlatknSH L.. 
BownjaD.wmiam... 

Boyd, V.M 

Boyd, Wm.J 

Boyer,A,J 

Boyer, Alfred J 

Boyer, Taylor 

Boyle, raony, 

Briddoik.Frantf.., 
BndliiTd, Harry A... 
Bradley, George E.... 

Bradley.J.R 

Bradley, Jolm D 

Bradley, Thomas H.. 

Brady, OraA 

Bndy, Roia 

Brady, William 

BnSE, R. K 

&raiicb,.HeaTte[u Q. 
""•modea, A R.P 

toer, Veronla... 
DD, I,. D. 



179.53 Brent, Walter II.. 

391. Z( Breelin.J 

635.24 Bremahan, Daniel 

2SS.7li «W.gl ' Bretilelder, Uoscs 

261. 6» , Brewer, KIneey... 

803.69 Brewer, Wallace. . 

166.68 Brian, F.dwardli. 

».97 Brick, Alicwl 

»7.40 Brick, MnllieJ.... 

19.76 .,,' Briclcerd, Mlltnn.. 

tOSO BridRcAlieeM... 

W.OO Brldwell.C.W... 

12.07 Brirea, Florence A 



», J.S.. 



BriTOl, W 



Biinker.J. H 

Briater, Jamea E 

,, Broadbent, Joeeph . . . 



SQ8.S7 . 
I,4l8g» . 



BEPOBT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 271 

No. 24.— iSto(«n*nt ghomng the noma of periont employed in the public priTiUng and 
binding during the fiscal year nuM June SO, 1907, with the time each hat been empUijied 
and the amomit each hiu received, including laava q/'obMnte— Continued. 



Nua«. 


ploy^- ; 


Bnvly.yionDMK.. 

B«w»i.JolmM„ 

Bfook,Aiiuu«lBP.... 

BrocltweU, W. N- 


2,im\ K 

a.soo 1, 

I.MS , 
3.S7H . 1, 


Brodedok, WInnllred . 


ra 


BroaiB.C.C 

BroflMi.J.H 

Brooke. June* E.... 


Z,630i 1, 
!,K71 1, 



Brooke, Edmrd I 

BrookflcldfkiDUiie T.' 
Brooks. DatTlBOD U...' 
Bcooki, Ladle | 



Brooks. UErgmet L.. 

Brooks, VictorT.... 
BroMe, CbulM E 






ir.Lonls 

ui.Non.... 

Btosnao, EUisbcth C 
B rosnnn , Uacgant... 

BroTor.O, fl„Jr 

Broan, AUred 

Brown, Arthur 

Brown, Aiibur a„.. 



Brown, C. P.. 

Brown, Oinrlu 

Brown. Cbu. B 

Brown, ComnllaU., 
BrowD, D. W 



2,1831 i 



S ;s 



Tims I Flece- 



Brown, WllUflm P. 
Brown, Wtimo., 



. B rownlng, Hanlaaii M 
Browning. LoHidp L.. 



( i,T44i r'^ 

i.K&i l,S3&eD<. 

7.739 S57.B4 .. 

7B6 3K.(I0|. 

2,6M as^13 . 

3.58S I,33».n . 

l.«MJ 1,137,00 , 



,422.13 

778. 3B 
,178.26 
443.62 
MJ.eg i. 
624.43 |. 
22S.2B . 

taa.Oi \. 

308.33 . 
1,378,23 . 
S33.64 '. 

«ai.H) I. 



Brown, EUJab... 
Brown, EHde.... 
Brown, li. J 



Brown, Ivery 

Brov,-n,J,a 

Brown. J. H 

Brown, J .M .Edmunds 

Brown, John R 

Brown, John W 

. Brown, Jolm W 

Brown, K.L 

Brown, Leri 

Brawn, L«vlt E 

Brown, Rlctmrd A.. .- 
Brown, BsmiielK ( 



2,900 l,fl07.«0 . 

°3fi3|} 1,SM.T8 ':- 

1,346) 280.U . 

2.73S1 703. 4S . 



'306 . l,73a7S . 

2,107i 1,068.88, 

<>3Tl|i 1,003.80 I. 

4Dfl ' 103.«0 !. 

2,377 I 604.30 '. 

2,en| 1,374.33 I. 

2,Hq I 874.49 L 













3.»8Bi 


1,194.76 




Bnifly, 0, T 


3,4401 












621.14 










Brjan.EBaE 


303 


OS, 00 










67G.OT 


Bryun..l™T 


2,400 


1,268.35 












Bryerton, Uaisle.... 


3,433 


611.07 


18.73 


Buclmnim, Charles B. 


-MiA 


1,863.66 
















1,466.41 




Buokland, F. E 


Slflll 


1,380 72 












Buckler, Dennis 


428 


314 00 




Buckley, J. n. D 


3S1 


108.00 




BikL1c7,J.J 


2,446 


1,22X60 




Buckley, .io!)e C 


?,12SJ 


S3I.41 




Backner.Wm.IsMo.. 


IS 


14.00 




lliidd. Henry W ... 


2781 


13S.00 












Budlong, E. M 


3,006 


624.00 




Buehlar.A-J 


3,444J 


1,223.35 




Buehler.J. Fr 


2,100 


1.34S.00 




Buohno, August 


3,M3i 


612.03 




Buerkle, End L 




- 341.00 




Bugden,ArthDiM... 


3,878 


1,4».8I 




BuUen, W.W 


3,22Si 


613.10 




BulUi, Wm. J 


3,G78 


}l,lT6.03 




Bollock, U. E 


1,636.37 




Bnmpu»,FruikK... 


a,»*i 


930.87 














\Z 


|l,4S4.ffi 




Banker. B.N 


3,M 


i,3ma 





272 EEPOBT OF THE PUBLIC PBINIEB. 

No. 24. — Statemml thowing the lunnti of pertont employed in the public printing and 
bindijig during Ihe Jucal year eitded June SO, 1907, with the lime eoA hot been employed 
and the amount each ha» received, including leavet o/a6»nw«— Continued. 



Bmm, Sidney S I 2,i33) WS.1B 

Burcbfleld, WlllE....' 2,651) 1,652 83 

BDidette,JunMW...| 2,&tt eW.H 

Burger.J.T i 1,9*7 979.83 

BurgCB, R.C 2,70(il TCI2.ea 

Burgess, Oeorge A . . . 38M 198. 15 

Burgess, Mattle I,«ie4 293.U 

Burgesa, R. W ' 2,H2 1.388.W 

BurgpaB,W.Jt 2,5681 1, 283.30 

Burgy, U&rle 2,«4 G23.S0 

Barlce. Anna 

Burkf . Catlianne 2,4911 620.51 

Burlte. Gtorgo O iiJI2 l.OM.W 

Burke.Uenry 2,837 802.85 

BuA«.JaiacsJ 2,46;^ 1,238. U 

Butke.John 2,4»3 1,245.00 

Borke. JohnW 37fi 95.70 

Burke, JuKs SI 2,251t 1,125.75 

Burlie. Mamlfi ll 

BurVe.MaryA 2,393i 671.02 

Burto, Michael aJ71 980,79 

Burke. ThomHS J 11821 «3.75 

Burkhardt, }. R 2,204 1,102.00 

BurUurdt, JullutW. 2,5051 1<2£9.81 

^Bnrkhiirt, n. W .... 252 126.00 

Bnrklin. GpotKF 2,«3 l, 574. 70 

BDrUDe&me. Wm 2, ago i,042.9(> 

BuiiMtt.CluitleiW.. 2,7301 1,806.46 

Bums. Oertrude J.... <il53 2£3.33 

Bunu. JaitKt. 1,927 708.87 

Buma.JohnH 2,754 1,120.32 

Bunu. John J 2,S421 1,433.14 

Bums. John J 2,IC1 1,071.25 

Bunu.U.J 1,877 Ses.07 

Bumi. Thomas 916 229.00 

Bums, Wm. 8.. ji "2331 966.47 

Banisidp, Frank E.., 2,574] 1,378.00 

BunuidP.J.S 2,760 I,477.7fl 

Burr, Ada 

Bor*,W.J 83Di 486M 

BdtrII. Benjamin F.. 7i»l lM.3e 

BurreU. E.U 2,653] S70.90 

BimiU, JcsslD A 

Burnin. Aana 

Bomiss. UaiT 2,377 604.94 

Bursoa. I. A 2,434 973.64 

BurtDD. II. E <iI70 1,091.42 

Burtau. L. U 2,5301 1,367.30 

Biuh. Dault'l F 2,483 1,250.00 

Bnrti. renwlct 2,»79i 772.34 



w^. 




ptoyed. 


Time 


flK^ 






2358 


11,184.00 
611.83 
670,67 














Bn«h,MlltonS 


i.atti 




















476 65 






























BS6I7 
















Bullet. A. M 


2,328i 


1,180.96 














M2.2T 


Butler. George 


2,3*5 


1,173.00 








1611 










1 330 07 






























WO 80 




















234 94 




716.36 


Butschet, Edwttid 1 


2,4411 


1,220.85 


















600 


252.10 






BujTiitiky, Eleanor 


• 1451 


364.64 








2,8141 


1.540,02 






Byrne. Joseph U... 


3,602 


1,252.05 
















Byr«, P.J 


rs 


■■"■•» 










Byrnes. Thomas F . 


!,3781 








CudwU. AlilM 


3,312 


579.00 






Cady.Maryfl 


2,0291 


607.42 








2,683] 








CahlU. Npllle E 


3,7881 


709.48 






Cabo. I-ottiB M 

Calhoon. E. E 

Calhoun, KathennsB 


2,6431 


,.»,. 










368.97 




Calhoun, R.M 


.3661 


1,099.12 














639.79 


Callaghan, EvaA... 


1,-,:; 


».„ 


















2,3941 
2,5131 






427.49 


Callaoan, Margaret. 


629.22 








2,441] 


642.41 




19.20 


Cameron. J. W 


1 -'« 


,.»,.. 






CameroD.M.A 






SUM 




Cameron. Wm.B... 


a,632i 


1,030.80 














Cammack. Virginia. 


9751 


243.87 





REPORT OP THE PUBLIC PBINTEB. 273 

No, 24. — Statement sbomng the nomes of penont empUn/ed in the ptiAlie printing and 
binding during thejiical i/car endai June SO, 1907, with the time each hai been employed 
and the amount each hat received, including leave* o/abeenee — Continued. 



Time : Piece- ! 



Camp, W. M 

Campbell, A. J 

CampboU. Edward B. 
CsmpbcU, James U... 
Campbell. Joseph W.. 
CampbsU, Louia J . . . 
Campbell. Mary ...... 

Campbell, n. II 

Campbpll, Sand ford B. 

CamplicU, Thomas A. 



MB. 06 . 
97,60 1. 

1.269. SO ;. 



Campbell. Wni. 



Catiline. Kate 

Capell. Charles A 

Capers. Frank V 

Oardwell.J.C 

CttnlPj Georgp A . . 
Carpenter, Cheslpr A.. 
Carpenter. Emtna J... 







Amount e 




ployed. 


Time 


Carl* Lily 


2,2061 
2,6991 


1623 61 


Carter, Owen L 


1,178.01 


Carter, R.N 


2,62*1 


766.90 


Carter. Robert F 




328.06 


Carter. William 


2,77« 


704.86 


Carty.AitooB 


2,«71 


1,243.75 


Caniana.E.M 






Carver. W.R 


2,620 


1,473.86 


CarvUle. Jamea 


2,6391 


1,426.05 


Caaey. DanlelJ 


2,342 




Casey. WUIiam F 


2,2131 


1,107,70 




2,600 










Caasidy, Wm. J 


aei 


160.00 


Caslle, Charics E 


465 


231.30 



, 1,312.36 
I 1,414.16 j 
, 1,224,00 ' 
1,46T.«6 ' 



Carr.Minerva 

Carroll, Benjamin, 
Carroll. OcorgeB.. 



Carroll. Louia 


280 


164.40 


Carroll. I*uia M 


2,8381 


723.81 


CarroU, Souther 


2,665 


710.38 


Canon. EUen 






Carson. M.A 


2761 


68,87 


Carson, P. H., Ir..... 


2,8801 


734.81 




1,064 




Carter BeUe 




Carter. D.M 


2,687J 


1,832.16 


Carter. Edward L... 


2,6311 


1,336.62 








Carter. Geqrgle I.... 


2,4921 


778.91 


Carter.J.W 




1,404.20 


Carter, Le« 


2,679 


764.66 



Castle.E.M 

Cathor. Anna 

Caton, JobnP. D.... 

, Catrup. Bessie B 

Ciiwson, CharlosC... 

C«flB, Clmrlps 

238.73 Chamberlain. Joa, P.. 

Chombera. E. B 

Cbambers.EleanorM. 

Chambers.J.F 

Champ, Lillie C 

651.67 Chaniplln, BertC 

Chapin, F. E , 

........ Chapman, Aimie . 

Chapman, Gcoise W . . 

Chapman, J. R 

Chapman, Joseph B.. 

' Chapman. Ma rguertte 
Charles, Charles 

Charlton.H.E,... 

I Chase. A", H 

Cbase, Fred C 

CliaBe,H.W 

Chase, UarlaA.... 

380.00 Cbaac, Robert H... 



2,694i 1,483.27 . 



97! I 169,06 . 



■I..-)' 



e, WIUH 



<:bBi 



vi.y, 0.'0 



*5e.02 . ■Chatteiion,|Loulse V 

Chcdal.Uay B 

Cheeks, UarthaE.. 

623.96 Cherry, C,E 

Chick, CharleaB.... 

ChlldresB, J. W 

I Chllds,SBmaB]N... 



I 1,614.29 

1 1,063.78 , 

I 1,603.38 I 

1 68.30 



274 BEPOBT OP THE PUBIJC PKINTEB. 

No. 24.— Statenunt thowin^ the noma of pentmt emphged in the jmbUe prinliitf and 
Innding dvnng thtfiieat yetf fndid June -10, 1907, with the time eaA hat been emptoged 
and the anumnt taeh ha* received, including Uava of a(«em»— Continued. 



Time Pirce- 



Time I PWi» 



Cbj»holm. D. V 


a,aoa} ti 


en.js 


Chlwlra.I.A 


a,(M7 


872.80 


CliU01in.B.F 




355.0S 


Chrirtian. Roben W 


3,S8St 1 




Chrlitiaii. RuTui L. . 


2,817) 1 


BTS.tO 


Clirl«ian.W«ll«»B.. 


«3ftiA 1 




ChrtWte, H»rryR... 


• sas 1 1 


sw.n 


Chrtity. EiliriaF.... 


2,30^ ll 


1M.17 


Chrtttman, B. L..... 






Cbronlger. W. P 


-172 1 


003.22 


Chute, DanielJ 


2,M0 1 




(H.llin.F.M 


2,62»i I 


617.2* 


Cl««ett.E.H 






CtoDcr.DBnleiA.... 






CUncy.T.B 


l,124i 


3«.se 


CUrk. AoiuL 


" 177) 


2BZ,3B 


Ctatk. Charles B 


2,6121 


eos.w 






eo3.o7 


Clark, Harry 




578.20 



Clark, Nellie 

Clark. I'erry 

Clark. Siirah 1' 

Clark. ThoimisF., 

Clarke. John 

Clarke, Jowph 9... 



CUrkson. U 

Clarkson, W. F.... 

Clearj, Jiimi'S 

ClemcnlH. Kllit F... 

Ckimenta, L. J 

Clemenla, Uary E. 
demnuT, Aliram I 



,J. I... 



May,. 



Clark, GeorgBE... 

Clark. JeupM 

CUrk.JohnJ 368 

Clark. John V 2,W21 



I, 518.43 . 
1,272.20 . 



2,132 1,066.30 . 

2,414 aw.s? . 

XSSI 248.35' 

2,1121 678.24 .. 







109.20 


Cobb, J.N 


3,«S1 


1,467.30 


CobbpJamMW 


a,7e« 


2M.81 


Cobb.W.E 


2,SH» 


I.MOOO 


Coblaiti, Alta Z 


a UO 


M.3S 


Coder.U.Q 


M3 


mM 


Coc.Charlose 


2,3n 


1,M1.2J 


Coffren, John W 


sat 


3ai.31 


Cog»ii.J«mME 


2,334 


i,iai.2B 


Cosan, Jennie U 


4fi2i 


113.12 


Cogewell, F. A 


2,«1* 


1,318.20 


Coh™, Meyer B 


2,a8 


1,104 40 


Cohea. UorrlB 


>2ns 


SIS. 00 


Cohn.Joseph 


8061 




Colbert, UagsisC... 


2,019 


30174 




2,242 




Coleock, Mary P 


2,312 


sn.w 


CoWweU, JohnW.... 


i,3«i 


338.11 


Cole.F.O 


2,503 


1,262.15 










2,6481 
2,208* 




Cole, Ocnrge W 


1, 10126 








Cole.John 


2,lS8i 


1,094 75 


Cole.U.M 






Cole, Samuel 


2,4861 


622.M 


Coleman, Denj 


2,8641 


673.88 


ColPman. Edwanl.... 


2,566J 


1,523 13 








Coleman, Robert E... 


w 


1*00 


Ci.Jpi, T .1 


2,64« 


1,336.92 




2,328 


58200 


Collar, Ed irin 


2,4D» 


1,254.65 


CoUar.LoraE 


i 1,607 


„,» 


CoUetl, LewlaJ 






CoUler.J.ll 


2,496 


1,248.00 


Collier, Mary A 


2,060 


61266 


CoUlore.J.I 


3,14» 


W0.« 



■ 117; 



. CoUlere, Margaret . . 



devcland, Elijah 3,044 876.40, 

aba, Anna B 2,6.14} 061.88 1 

Ctokey, Julia F 

Cloulth, Allan C 2,7581 1, 700.35' 

Clouaer, Anna M ! " MO I ®"^* 

CloUK-r.R.H.... 2,8521 912.95 j 

Clam, OeonceB 2,7051 <W.9» I 



• aezji 



838.33 . 
116.20 . 

1,264.20 . 



Colllne, Arthur L... 

CoUlnl.B.J 

830.07 CoJlns,F.A •365 2,lll«> 

Collln«,H.K 0366 2,333.34 

CoUlDS. J *7«.0I 

CoUiM.JohnF 2,682 802.48 

ColUna, UU '33 88.00 nS.« 

, Collin*. Mary J 2,4444 677.40 



BEPOET OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 275 

No. 24. — Statement tbawbig the noma of penoni emphyal in tht public prmtiTig and 
binding during the Ji^ral iitar milcd June 30, 1907, vi%th the tims each hta been emploi/ed 
and the amount tadi has reeewed, inelvding leaves of absence — Continued. 



CoUlM, T. H 


2,836 


11,386.70 








Caiman, David E 


MS 


32S.EG 


Colman.SamoelA.... 


2,m 


932.09 


C(ilnu.ti, Jglui 


2,«« 


1,006. tt 


Colquitt, GporgpD... 


3fi2 


ITftOO 


Colt,Jftine.B 


2,a« 


888.30 


Colton,J.E 


2,mi 


1,393.83 


Colwllle,F.C 




1,334.70 




3.M6 


926.68 


Colvin,S.N 




7CO.B7 


CoIwbU.J. Frank 




l,2W.flS 


Compton, Frauk 


I.M6 


642. W 


Coiisw>.y,£iiimaF... 




28610 


CongiT. Wm. II 


3,295 


1,1«.U 


Conklln, Bu»h W 


S,«7i 


1,208. 7S 


C0T,n,8.F 


2,381i 


am. 36 


ConneUy, B, M 


.36411 


1,71B,1I 


ConneUy.M. P 


2,5Mi 


1,306.20 


Connell;, Margaret A . 


nij 


108.02 


Connor, Eliisbeth... 






Conner, Eugene 


386 


203.10 



Conner, John B 


' 


1,205.50 


ConnoUy,JohnF 


a.eoBi 


1,748.76 


ConnolJs, KGra«... 


2,485 




ConnoUy, Mary A.... 


2,571 


1,M0.50 


Connor, CorneliuB A.. 




1,476,20 


Connor, E.E 


2,B16( 


1,250.83 




2,207 


413.81 


Connor, M- F., jr 






Connor, Wm.C 




1,861.05 


Conroy.JaineiJ 


2,430 


1,218,00 


Conatiinllni.\lVF.... 


«364i 


2,097.91 




2,7051 


686.04 


Conway, Wm, J 


2, 4271 


606.90 






1,282.70 


Cook.CyriiaE 


2,610) 


1,313,34 








Cook,MBryE 


2.492i 


627-84 


Cook,MaryH 


2,034 


508 JO 


Cook,R.U 


2,4D2i 


1,504.18 








Cooko.C.F :..., 


2,5421 










Cooley, L. B 


2,0941 


l,36Z.47 


Cooley,R.T 


2,180 


65400 


CoolJdge, Helen Q.... 


2.488 


777,60 



Name. 


Hours 
ployed. 


Amount earned, 
work. work. 


Cooper, E.F 


2,4671 


1870.63 












Cooper, Sarali L 


2,314) 


1, 162,05 




Copp, W G 


2,506 


838.22 




Copper, flamupl R 


2,764 


1,581.29 




Corbet t. Maun™ N... 


2,509) 






CorWcW F 


2,8771 














Cotltln«.D.W 


2,6991 


1,364.65 




ComMl,.1.M 


2,2661 






CornJBh.JoKphS.... 


2,7201 


e66.ee 




Cornish, Wm.H 


2,5001 


1,124.90 




ComiieU, L. W 


2,889 


1,586.97 




Corwln, Thos. J 


2,6141 


1,260.42 












Coskery, HadflieZ... 


2,020) 


505.12 


81.2B 


CosteUo, Uary 


2,496 


641.76 






2,266 


906.00 




Coatigan, Lawpeneo . . 


2,628 


634.00 












CoMon, W. Bride 


336 


168.00 











CounwU, W. F 


2,870i 


1,543.26 


Covert.C.C...... ... 


-3641! 


,799,06 


Covert, Jake 


2,102 


,172.00 


Covm.3.T 


0365 


2,048.32 



. CoK. Frank P 

. Coi.John 

Coykendall. Arthur . . 

. , Cozlln. Jacob 

: Crabb. Charles L 

. Craddock, F. E 



510,03 

Cramer, Mary A... 

CrftDdaU.Anna.... 

Ciandall, F. A 

> Crane. Bertha W.. 



isao S4S.34 1. 

2,4161 1,311.53 I. 
2,472 1,236,00 . 



. I Crslg, Amanda 2,776) 708.01 . 

'cralg.J.M ,1 "^ '[l.667.16 . 



2,374) 594 .37 . 
■ 3A4)l' 1,666.06 1. 



27b BEPOET OF THE PUBLIC PBIHTBE. 

No. Zi.—StaUmtni. ihowing the namu of ptnont tmploytd in the public jaintingjiind 
bindiag during thi fiscal ymr endtd Ju-ne SO, 1SQ7, milh the time each hai been emploved 
and the amowU eadt kae received, including leave* o/otMna— Continued. 



Hours 



plnyed. 



Cnuilord. Horace 

CiM«.AUred W 

Craven. J.C 

Cnwlord.llonoDMt: .. 

Crawford, Wm 

Cnuner, DellaJ 

Cnuner. Wm. J 

Cned.J. W 

CielUn,>il.A 

Cramhaw, W. U 

CMW>,EnDa 

Cnwi, F.C 

Craggon. Ellen H. . 

Cioggon, K. L 

Crogjon, Wm. N.. 



.UOl 111,718.02 
,2031 i 1,101.76 
,012 HI2.SS 



2,407) 
2,4S7) 
2,111) 






J. Fred n 



Cromwell, James 1'... 
Crgmwell, Lacy A.... . 
Cromwell, Klqhflrd D. 

Croney. Amsndu J . . . 

CronlD.M.H 

Crooke, B. L......^.. 



CiouBeld. FhlJip 

Crawley. Patrick 

Cniwther. W. U 

CTOwthei. Whitfield 

McC 

Croiton. Ida 1 

Crump, w. F 

Cnub,J.E 

Ciuso. Wm 

Cnbba«^Wm.B 

Cuddy lUnhlM 

CDlbBnian,3.S 

CnUen,A. W 

ColleD. Florence M... 

Cnllen. Jowpb V 

Cnney, Lloyd O 

Cuney.N. w 

Cunnlngbam, Jotin A. 

Conulngham , Ma uilce 



2,S3:il 1,301.10 . 

308 &2.oa . 

"XiU e«-82 . 



Currar. Fannie E 

IM2.03 . Curren, Wm. E 

Cureeen.JohnW 

Curtin.C.E 

, , Curtin, Jotumna 

Curtis, George 

SBl.W Curtia.Kale 

Curtta, Maggie 

Cyphers, C. M 

Dado.T.H 

Dahl.Emma 

33. S2 Dahl, Wm, II 

Dahlberg, Gua R. L.. 

D»Uy,EdwardJ 

Dalby.n. W 

620.61) Dale, C. II 

Daley, John C 

Dallwlg, Paul 

Dalton,Zelda 

D»ly,AllceV 

..'. Daly, Elbtll 

Daly, W F 

ST0.» Dame.Msy. 

Dana, Bertha L 

Dandrldge, Eugene A. 

Danenhower, Cbatle*. 

Daniel, LonaA 

Daniel, Nannie 

DanielB, Allred 

Daniels, J amofl G..... 

Dant,EllaL 

Dant,Eva A 

&M.1I Dant, JohhB 

Darby, M. A 

Darden, U. A 

Darling, Alfred B 

Darling, Dulpblne 



a sunk' '^^-^ :- 

Z18| j 10».2S . 



2,3061 
2,S13i 
1,062) 



625.87 . 

2M.S£ . 

W7.<3 . 

743. «3 . 



Dartdaon, Edwin 

Davidson. R.L...... 

Davlei,8. E 

Davlea, ThoniaaD.. 

DaTia. A. A 

DaTlB, Addle A 



<i36S^ 1,060.63 , 

2,3631 1,247.36 . 

2,434) 1,441.26 . 

2,3041 1,249.66 . 

2,447 1,233,50 . 

2,6401 1,^7.20 . 



REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 2(7 

No. 24. — StalemeTit thomii^ the namet of penont employed in the publie printing and 
binding during the fisml year en>kil June SO, 1907, with the time each ha$ been employed 
and thf amount eadi bat received, including learet ofabienet — Continued. 



Piece- 



Davis, E.D 

Dmvis, Edvaid H 
Davis, EdtriaL.. 

Davis, FredL.... 
Davis, Harry 8... 
Davis, Ivlns 



Davis, Lottie 

Davis, Stephen 

Davis, W.H 

Davis, Wiley H 

DaviBDD, Edward W 
DavtBOO, Joseph K, 

Daw, E. B 

Dawson, Eugeoe R. 
Dawaon, FiBd L. 
Day, Honry H... 



Deakins, Fbilip , 



De Groot, W. i 
Dcluhiiuiy Joh 



DcUoll, Uaggle. 

DC Nellottl. 3, Cecilia. 



«£S.tl . 

4M.37 . 

240. IS . 

2T6.X . 



«It.60 . 
466.62 . 
aM,«S . 



D, Jolin J . . 



Dpiuiison, CIuuIm b..| 

Donny Boxia 

Denimore, H 

Denl,JiimM A 

Deiinond, JohnF — 

Da Vries, John W ■ 

Dewey, Liiile ' 

Dewey, Kohert W.... 

Dice, John ' 

Dlcti 
Dlclr 

Dleltle, A. J. W 

Dleboan, J.B 

Diem. Jullue C. 

Dlers, OuB B 

Dlsti, AUred 

Dlggi, Beverly 

Diggs, Elizabeth... 

DlU, OeorgeE 

DlUard, R. R 

Dlllman,J. W.L... 
Dillon, Eliuheth... 
Dillon, nelenw.... 
Dines, Fannie ...... 



Dish mi 



,Wiii 



Divine, Daniel P.. 

I Divine,!.. M 

Dli.j, Wesley..,. 



171. CO . 

gse.so . 

117.62 . 

i«a.n) . 

3t2.07 . 

312.73 . 

577.60 

TM.lg . 



rmoUal. 



e. Ids. . 



Dodge, Joseph A 

Dodsnn, H. A 

Di>dson,Wm.N 

Doerii^, Robert L... 
DoEHn, A lt*rt . 
DoRaiiB, Lponnrd E .. 

Doberty, John 

Doherty,Mary 

Doherty.W.C 



034.92 ., Dolsn.AonleE 

24S.3e ' I Dolby, Wm.T 

E8e.2S j , Dolphin,JohQ 

633.24 I Il Donahue, JoMph U . . 

• Day.. 



306.40 . 

44S.7G . 
452.30 

621.23 . 

060.S) . 

624.00 . 
214. W 

365.05 . 



1,818. ?S . 
1,316.35 . 
422.00 . 



1,454.48 . 
877.60 . 
1.340.10 . 



424 i 1,212.00 . 
781] 716.35 . 
6iei 1 1,487.38 . 



278 



BEPOBT OF THE PUBLIC PBINTEB. 



No. 24. — Statement showing the names of persons employed in the public printing and 
binding during the fiscal year ended June 50, 1907, uilh the time each has been employed 
and the amount each has received, including leaves of absence — Continued. 



JMame. 



Hours 

em- 
ployed. 



Amount earned. 



Time 
work. 



Piece- 
work. 



Name. 



Hours 

em- 
ployed. 



Amount earned. 



Donahue, Mary A 

Donahue, Timothy... 718} $370.82 
Donaldson, Albert ... 2, 446f 614. 50 

Donaldson, Ellen 1,504 376.00 

Donaldson, Raymond 

£ 204i 104.55 

Donath, Howard £ . . 2, 456 975. 43 

Donn, Frank 2,438J 1,219.25 

Donn,T.M 2,519 1,462.18 

Donneberg, E Isie May 2, 262^ 565. 68 

DonneUy, Mary 1,426 297.08 

Donovan, Ma^e E 

Doocy,J.W 2,595 1,307.60 

Dooley, George A 2,516J 1,464.59 

Dooley, Rose E 2, 344 J 586. 17 

Dore, Katharine M 

Dore, Mary A 

Dorsey, Frank \ 2,901 755.21 

Dorsey, Hannah 

Dorsey, W.B a330ig 722.10 

Dorsey, W.F 2,671f 1,581.84 

Dorster, John N 2, 479 775. 14 

Doten, Charles O ( * ^^J^ [l, 470. 31 

I 1»462 ] 

Doty, Thomas E 2, 233 1, 134. 70 

Dougherty, NeUie M, . 2, 465 627. 31 

Dougherty, T . A 2, 670 1, 515. 60 

Douglas, Alexander.. 2,496 819.00 

Douglas, John F 2,529 948.37 

Douglas, Wm. G 2, 475i 619. 30 

Douglas, Wm. J...... 438} 247.33 

Douglass, Mary E.... 2,301} 570.95 

Dove, Mary F 

Dow, Charles A 2,541} 684.95 

Dow,M.£ j 2,382J 605.05 

Dowden, Kate ' 

DoweU,ClaraE { o*Lv:i I ^^-^^ 

[ 2,.305} J 

DoweU, George P 2, 644} 1, 326. 70 

Dowling, Frank 2,496 1,251.00 

Dowling, J . L 

Downey, Mary A 2,328 582.00 

Downie, Sarah E 

Downing, John P ... . 2,426 1,213.15 

Downa, Annie C 2,325 581.24 

Downs, James W 2, 962} 765.87 

Downa, LuluF 2,060 514.96 

Downs, Rose A 2,104} 396.61 

Doyle, Albert P. E... 2,561 1,664.72 

Doyle, Caroline 1,329 276.87 

Doyle, Ellen ! 2,255 563.80 



S579.43 



I 



Doyle, John E 1,452 

Dozier, Hamlet 2, 609 

Drake, A. F 2,565f 



Drake, Carlin B 

Drake, H.F.J 

Draley, Margaret . . 

Draney, Alice , 



713 

2,616 

2,352} 

[ a232 

I 866 

Drayton, Wm. H . 2,383} 

Dreis, Albert J 2,415 

Dreis, Joseph A 2,590} 

565.51 Dreis, Marthi 2,448 

Drenner, Walter E . . . 761} 

D riggers, John S 2,739 

Drum, Francis, jr 2,545} 

557.99 Drur>', Edith B 2,061} 

548.61 Dubant, Grace L 2,443 

Dubant, Maud 

584.52 Dubois, M. A 2,701} 

Duckett, A. Howard . 2,202} 

Duckett, Pansy A 

Dufl,Wm.T 2,634} 

Dufly,C.J 2,382} 

Duffy, James 2,448 

I Duffy, Joseph 2,391 

Duffy, Maggie A ' 2, 440 

Dugan, Jennie 1 2,061 

Du Ganne, Austin D. . 1,986 

Dulin, Lawrence L . . , 1, 188} 

Dulin, Mary S 

Duling. Wm. H 2,365} 

42.53 Dumble, Jessie F 2,530 

462.33 Dumont, Julia 

Duncan, George M .. . 1,515} 

46.64 Dunham, Tillie 2,364 

579.86 Dunican, Wm. L 143f 

Dunkin, F. A 1,803 

Dunlap,JohnT 2,540} 

Dunn, Michael 2,193 

Dunn, Robert A. 8... 3,089} 

615. 76 Dunne, Wm. G 316 

Dunning, H 2,436 

494.49 Dunnlngton, Lucy P 

Dunworth,Wm. J.... 276} 

Durand, Charles F... 2,168 

'DurdIn,A.C 2,563 

Duriee, George «100 

Duiiiam, C 

Durham, Mary C 2,249} 

Duriso, JohnR 2,678 

Dumo, Charles A 2,628 

l» Days. 



Time 
work. 



$363.00 
658.40 

1,402.45 
366.86 

1,533.99 
590.77 

ll,044.91 

1,201.42 

1,207.50 

1,410.15 

1,224.00 

390.22 

884.45 

885.71 

386.49 

611.42 



Pieoe> 
work. 



$22.88 



1,368.87 
1,101.25 



311.29 



468.58 



672.94 

1,264.72 

1,224.00 

1,195.50 

610.00 

551.21 

689.52 

299.39 



1,281.60 
1,480.45 



622.96 



588.70 



770.27 
OoU. Vv 

359.28 

636.35 

1,444.71 

1,096.50 

1,128.40 

158.00 

976.56 



Ml 37 



139.90 
1,064.00 
1,370.76 

264.37 



SSLO 



662.41 
1,345.29 
1,343.15 



BEPOBX OF THE PXreUC PRINTBB. 



279 



No. 24. — Statement showing the names of persons employed in the public printing and 
binding during (he fiscal year ended June SOy 1907, with the time each has been employed 
and the ainount each has received , including leaves of absence — Continued. 



Name. 



Hours 
em- 
! ployed. 



Amount earned. 



Time 
work. 



Dutch, Edward 

Dutrow, A 

Duvall, George W 

DuvaLl, James E 

DuvaU,Wm.W., jr... 

Dwight,E. J 

Dwyer, John 

Dwyer, John L 

Dye, Shirley H 

Dyer, Albert R 

Dyer, Nathaniel 

Dyson, Harry A 

East, A. L 

Easterbrook, H. D . . . 
Eastbum, Thomas J . 

Eastbum, Wm. B 

Eaton, Lizzie E 

Eaton, Rush 

Eberbach, Edward... 

Eberle, R. 8 

Eberly, D. C 

Eccard, Albert 

Eccles, David 

Ecker, Charles A 

Eckloff, Edward T... 

Eckman, May E 

Eddy, Orrin 

Edeien, Clayton A 

Edelen, Edward E . . . 

Edelin, Ida M 

Edelson, Mosby ! 

Edie,M. A 

Edington, H. 8 

Edmonston, Archl- J 

bald t 

Edmon8ton,EdwinW. 
Edmonston, Florence 

E 

Edmunds, Samuel W. 
Edmunds, Will M.... 

Edsall, J. H ! 

Edwards, Flora 

Edwards, Flora S 

Edwards, George A . . 
Edwards, George W.. 

Edwards, Henry 

Edwards, John W 

Edwards, Joseph W.. 

Egbert, W.J 

Eggleston, J. M 

Eggleston, M. E 



2,605 $713.87 



508 
1,92^ 

444 
2,443i 
a 372 
2,343^ 
2,203^ 
2,502 
3,126i 
55^ 

855i 
2,580i 
2,306 
l,242i 



301.05 

962.25 

224.30 

1,229.30 

983.43 

1,171.75 

1,101.75 

1,529.52 

1,378.12 

13.87 

427.75 

1,300.36 

1,200.00 

704.29 



2,582 
2,520} 



908.20 
1,474.64 



2,930 

2,583^ 

2,406 

2,421i 

2,194i 



1,049.56 
813.48 
1,24&00 
1,212.90 
1,007.25 



2,225 
2,606 
441i 
2,757i 
a 249? 



1,112.98 

1,304.35 

225.72 

701.91 

6ia57 



2, 721 J 
0205 
1,088 
2,651 

1,944J 
2,511 
2,442i 
2,543 

252 
2,424 

973} I 
2,533 ^ 
2,716J 
2,608} 

780 
2,3391 
2,086 



1,373.72 

|l,476.88 

1,333.48 

466.12 

1,686.05 

1,37a 00 

1,364.20 

70.20 

606.00 

502.07 

655.58 

684.07 

774.61 

196.97 

1,398.01 

1,043.40 



Piece- 
work. 



$527.86 



644.22 



586.36 



410.30 



fxTf . Vv 



103.07 



52&77 



Name. 



Eichelberger, Geo. F. 
Eidsness, M. L 



Eisenhour, Reith M . . 
Eisenstein, Jennie E. . 

Elder, Charles S 

Elder, Frank E 

EUdns, P.M 

EUegood, J. E 

Elliott, Berts 

Elliott, Harry W 

Elliott, John W 

Elliott, T.C 

Ellis, Charles W 

Ellis, EttieS 

EUis, G. D 

Ellis, George H 

EUis, Kate M 

Ellis, L 

Ellis, Mabel 

EUis, Naomi 

EUis, Perry 

EUis, S. C 

EUis, SaUieJ 

EUison, Minnie D 
Elwood, Cora M 
Elwood, C. Thos 
Elwood, Ernest J . . 
Embrey, Alpheus L 
Emerson, Ernest E. 

Emerson, J. W 

Emery, George B 

Emory, A. W 

Engel, A. Force 
Engel, Charles R 
Engel, George W 
EngUsh, S. G.... 

EngUsh, S. S 

Ennis, Charles H 
Ennis, James E 
Enoch, Ella H 
Enrlght, EUa T 
Enright, Johanna 
Entrikln, B. P 
Erck, Claire A 
Erhardt, John 
Erickson, Lars W.... 

Erler, George R 

Emer, Fannie A 

Ervln, Isaac G 

Erwin, James W 



Hours 

em- 
ployed. 



Amount earned. 



I •313 j 
1 328 J 



2,423^ 
• 313 

328 
2,563 
a 31 
2,573i 

a35i 
2,484 
2,522i 
2,623 
a362i 
48 
2,590 
2,575} 



Time 
work. 



1848.20 

950.45 

1,289.15 

5.95 

1,509.37 

108.50 
1,316.52 

631.80 

1,498.16 

1,283.66 

30.00 

689.91 

878.46 



Piece- 
work. 



2,626 
1,339 
2,482J I 
3,079 ' 



1,628.36 
698.10 
865.35 
885.70 



$546.21 



570.88 



1,255.75 

656.80 

1,312.40 




1,246.75 

368.26 

1,179.50 



660} 
300 



27&30 
76.00 



271.96 



a Pays. 



280 EEPOBT OF THE PUBLIC PBINTEB, 

No. 24. — SUtUment $homng the luimu of persoTti employtd in the public printing and 
binding during tiuJUeal year eruUd June SO, 1907, vntA the (tnw each hat beenlemploj/ed 
and the omounf eaA hat received, tneJudtnjr Uavet of aiaenec— Continued . 






I PlBoe- 



Emuy, Samuel T . . 

Eiperan. T. B 

Eipey.H.C 

Eq»r. Jeuie B 

Etpey. Louis 

Euex.E. J 

Bitorly. J. Irwin... 

Eatas, IdaD 

Etchbeiger, C. E... 
Etchbergar. C. E., ]i 

Bubank, J, E 

Eulor.JohnC 

Eoropc. Ids L 

Evana, Charloa n... 
Ztuu, CharleiU... 
Bvana, Edwin O... 

Evana. Ella V 

Bvana, Orimtli 

Bvani. II. Cla; 



1 '|1,I»6.7S Fearing, W. a 

1 , l,2C81 F«ut. Jobn 

..; tSSLta Featheraton, M 

' 3W.08 Feathcratone.EllenA. 

lll,190.« Fsohtlg, Jacob L 

i ' 1,SW.31 Feehan. Jamea A 

\ 1,30402 ' Feehan. Martha 

TOaw Peens;, Bela S 

1^ 1,399.00 FcgJpy. HunmnE.... 

i 1M.W FelJ. Htllllp 

1,210.130 Fcl'lmno. Loul. 



Feanet, Ethel If 

Fenton. BBMle 

AO. « Fenton. Elsie F 

FenHin.J, J 

Peaton. JoMph A 

Perguaon, Caaalna C . . 

Fei^son, Wm. P.... 



2,fi37] 1,IUZ.10 . 
2,638 ; 1,326.00 . 



Evaiu, JoMph II. B 

Evani. M. L 

Bvans, Margaret A. 
Evans, MartlnN... 
Evans, Thomas C... 

Evana. V.U 

Bvana, vv. II 

Evana, W.L 

Everett, Hugh 

Everett. W.F 

Eveihart. Jonnle 

Everman, John W 

Evera, EvaM 

Everts, Frank* 

EwbU. FrnlerlckW... 

BmU. Bryvon 

Fa^gan.Cora B 

Fallon. D.F 

PanuHorth. Mar; M. 

Parrell, E, O 

PaTTell.JohnA 

Far.HarrA 

Far, RobertT 

Far*, Jacob 

faalj. Thomas 



3,G74) 1,30.47 . 

2,492} 1,247.7S . 

2,173 8U.37 . 

"77 70.00 . 

2,605i S8&S7 . 



2,127 
872 



,213.50 . 

3U30 . 

7&S.1B . 

711.80 . 



Ferrier. Samuel 


Ferris. Frank M 


Feaaenden. A. L 


Fete.LulherB 


FichloQkam, AllooC.. 




Flgg, AugustuaW.... 


Plggln., CcreatdW.. 


FlncU.Ooorgp 


Flnncgan. James 



2,SI3t |I,2ia.3{ . 

2,13<li MLSe . 

2,E041 626.57 . 

228 ll&OO . 

2,8341 . 720.74 . 

2,3si| sea. 42 . 

491 ' 2fl.St . 

a 191] 470.25 . 

2,492 1,240.00 . 

2BT 74.25 . 

224 111.00 . 

1,323 1,103.15 . 



2,054 1,337.00 . 

0311 323.77 . 

"3S4]j l,4».3J . 

727 ' 45192 . 

'35| 3&E0 . 

2,3&11 1,198.75 . 

1,617] 6S9.74 . 

2,657 1. 353.80 . 



871.0S Flab 



1,1M.W 



2,6381 061.08 . 

2,395i 748. U . 

336 196.56 . 

2,434 1,11200 . 

2,35(4 509.10 . 

2,403) 1,201.75 . 

2,109 i,on.go . 

0564 S3L0a '. 



....{ Fisher, Helen U 

....] Fisher.Jobn W 

.,..1 Fisher. NeUleR.O... 

....' Fisher, Win, 11 

.... Fltigerald, Oeorge S.. 

.... FlCigerald, J. A 

.... I Fltigerald. Margarat. 



2,055) 






742) 187.02 . 

2,022i 740.21 . 

<>365 1,000.00 . 

2,610| 1,61084 . 

2,72q 1,388.81 . 

3,7D7t 680.84 . 



REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 281 

No. 24. -SloleiiiiHl thoaitig the tiaiiies of pertons employed in the public printing and 
binding during the jUod yeur ,ink'l J'uie SO, 1907, wUh the lime each has been employed 
aadllif n mount each boi rtixioed, including leaves o/ absence — Continued. 



Piny^.' J^ 



FItzgtrMliL. Usry 1,329 (276.87 

FiUGenilii.T 2,611* , 881. !« 

FiligpraW. T. J 2,303 jl,189.8S 

Htzgiliboa, Mary .\ ! 

TiWhugh. EUaM 2, 111 A 529.(5 

FlUputrick. Uenry... 2,030} | 1,016.80 

FiUpatrick. J. B 2,4171 , >,223.75 

'"■'■-"■'■' Iwl"»" 

FiwiKitnck, Mnry.... 2.e4 I 808.00 

Fiti-PBtrick,MifyHL 1,706 , MS.72 

trtipBttick.Mlelud.. 3,S6S : 1,040.01 

FltinlUlama. T. I.... 2,043} 1,117.15 

FUihnvlmn, E. A 2,8331, ^I'W 

Flaherty, Edward....' SW Sfl.OO j 

Flaherty, Mary E . . . . 2, 3741 , SM. 70 | 

Flaoaeail, E. F 2,448 i 1,224.00 

Flanagan, U.E ' 1,900] 1,007.77 1 

Flanagan, r.R , 2,tl« j 1,240,80 | 

Flanagan. Wm. J ' 414} i 207.85' 

Fla.itiniaD, Nathan... 121}', 217.80 1 

rUibpr EliiabetbB I 

riaybart, Wm.H ... 429J 228.(5! 

Flomine, D. W 380 ; 215.02' 

Fleming. Katharine U.' 1,173} 1,111.02 j 

Fteraing. Wm 84SJ 429.00 

Fktoher.C.F 2,S72J 1,290.20' 

Fletchrr, Georges.... 2,589) j 1,421.82 

Fletcher, Janwi Z.4U ', 621,84 1 

Fletcher, Katie L..... 2,498 ; 824.00 

Fletcher, Robert ' 16 '. 9.80. 

Fletcher, Robert D... 210 ' 67.80 ' 

FletchM, Wm "STl 834.15!. 

FUcker. narry. 2,464 1,233.80 I 

Flint, Jobn V 504] 331. 20 

Flint, Thomas, jr.....' 2,2»J 1,120.25 

Flowers, .\llen 2,H)« 1,363.26' 

Flynn, Dora B 

nynn, Martin It ' 1,853 827.75 | 

Flynn.RoscE 2.144 538.00 

Flynn, W. II 2,635i l,»t2.84 j 

Fogerty, .ramcs 2,459) 1,231.35 1 

Folcy.DanlelJ 2,416 1,208.00 ■ 

Foley, Edward J ! 1,0» 269.85 

Foley. Sadte ....■ 817} 210.01 I 

Folk.S.W I 1,260 316. £0 ; 

Fnllett, KiTdW 2,543 1,404.98 ' 

Follin, Clara S , 2,060 515.05; 

Fooa,Wni.D 2,401} 872.02; 

Fnole, Joseph C I 1,831} 457.87 i 

18937— S. Doc. 5, 60—1 



Forbes, BvanF.... 

Ford, ByronA 

Ford, Oeorge I 

,522.87 Ford.J.T 

27.64 Ford, Mary C 

Ford, StaphenS.... 

Ford, Wm.J.n.... 

Fordan,UinnB.... 
Fordon, George A . . 

Fordham, George.. 

Fordham, Uarry... 

■ ForrBBt, Edward... 

' Por>ytb,fl.B 

FDss.MtUonC. 

I Foiter.EdithD... 

20.16 ; Fo9t*r, Heorj 

I Fosl«r,JobnlI.... 



FoiFlei, John U. A 
Foi, Catharine. ... 



r.MaryE... 
Frederick, Jobn H... 
Freeman, Archie.. 
FrB6man,JohnW....- 

; French, Albert S.. 

: French, EdR 

' Frcy EllKOOd. .. 

j Fridley.FrwleriolcL.. 

I Frmk, EmniaA... 
I Krtibee, AtthorH, 



282 



REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 



No. 24. — Statement showing the names of persons eiti ployed in the public printing and 
binding during the fiscal year ended June 30, 1907, wxth the time each has been employed 
and the amx)unt each has received, including leaves of absence — Continued. 



Name. 



Hours 

era- 
ployed . 



Amount earned. 



Time 
work. 



Piece- 
work. 



Name. 



Hours 

em- 
ployed. 



Amount earned . 



Time 
work. 



Piece- 
work. 



Frye, W. W 

Fugitt, Frank P... 
Fuhrman, Edward , 



2,608i $1,494.24 i Garvin, G. S 2,o00f $1,094.92 



8535 
2,494^ 



495.70 



Gates, Florence $.'^90. 48 



1,250.75 Caughran. Annie 2,577J 



Fuhrman, W.J 2,451§ 1,304.48 Gaughran, Lizzie. 



Fuhrmann, Charles J. 921i 

Fulford, Wm. H 384 

Fuller, J. F 2,445 

Fuller, L.S 2,222J 

Funk, Isaac M 2,901 

Furber8tiaw,ArthurW 856J 

Furbershaw, George C 2, 360i 

Furbershaw, J. U 2, 750 

Furey, James H 1,448 



539.06 Gaulden, J.C 

102.40 Gayle, Ida 

1.222.50 Gaylor,H.n 

555.62 ^ , „ , I 

„ „ ^ Gavor, H.J 

818.30 

434.37 Gearhart.EH^rtC... 

1,185.05 G eh rmann, Louis T. . 

1,404.30 : Geisenderler, Minnie A 

362.00 Genau, A.T 



2, 487 J 
8875 
839i 

2,418 
59 

2,140 

782f 
2,114 
3,429 



650.91 

621.87 

468.95 

^ 243.20 

l,356.ai 



389.51 



K 



596.46 

960.03 
401.27 
528.53 
897.83 



Gaines, Evelyn 0515? 

Oaither, E. R 2,719i 

Oaither, M. S 2,716i 

Galbreath, James H . . 2, 495 



George.Charles A.... 1 " '^ [l, 781.36 

I 1»273§ j 



Furrow, Annie M $555.62 Gensler, Marion E 561.66 

Gable, Paul S 2,569 1,507.07 Gentner, F. C 2,491 1,245.50 

Oaddis, Leroy J 2,479i 1,247.75 George, Charles 276i 139.90 

Oaffney, Thomas J .. . 2,432i 1,219.33 

103.86 417.88 

686.44 George, James A 2,445 978. OU 

095. 76 Geraci, Joseph T 880J 509. 75 

1,247.50 Gerber, Theodore 2,515 1,410.57 

Gallagher, Mary 553.79 Gerbe rich, George 2,501i 

Gallagher, Patrick H. 2,(i483 811.49 Gery, Raymond E. .. . 2,523 

Gallagher, \V. E 2,183} 1,092.05 Getman,J.L 2,588 

Gallaher, N. \V a364 1.535.16 Getz, John M 2,516 

Galleher, James A.... 2,535i 1,613.16 Geyer, E. F o364? 

1,. 332.72 Gheen,BeU 

99.84 Gibbs, A.C 2,439* 1, 219.75 

604.80 Gibbs, J. A 2,496 1,248.00 

84.00 Gibson, James 2,964 

255. as Gibson, J. W 2,374 

1,165.05 Gibson, Joseph 2,443i 

119.00 Gifford, Anna M 



1,463.90 
1,478.45 
1,513.05 
1,260.00 
1.288.60 



2,6301 



a40P 



Gaucher, Thomas S . . 

Galliett, Harold H ,. . "wj^. 

Galvin, John F 1,200 

Gamble, Samuel 272 

Gambrill, James F . . . 498 J 

Gantley, John M 2, 329i 

Gantt, G 576 



381.30 



1,513.50 
1,187.00 
1,236.19 



513.53 



Gardhier, Lydia M , 2.57.94 Gilbert, H. A 2,159 



Gardiner, W.H 1,411 

Gardner, (ha rles H . . 2,566J 

Gardner, G race E 2, 509* 

Gardner. Maude W . . . a 70« 

Garibaldi. U. 1 2..')07 

Garland,.!. I) 2,688 

Garland. Ralph 1 1.208i 

Gamer, Aarcin 776 

Gamer, .J. P.. 2, .570 



705.90 Gilbert, L>'ndan J.... 2,485i 

1,410.95 Gilchrist, Jesse 72 

627.89 Giles, Harry E 2,561 J 

139.71 453.04 Gill, A. R 2,669 

831.42 GiU, Walter A 1,161 

1,3.5,5.30 GiUem, M.A 880 

718.90 Gillespie, J. W 0351 

196. 4.5 Gillespie, S. F 2, 752i 



1,152.32 

713. 10 

18.00 

1,414.40 

1,457.15 
637.95 
254.16 
927.93 

1,387.29 



381.70 



1,292.90 Gilliam, Catherine 482.42 



Gamer. J. S 2,539} 1,265.33 Gilliland, J. B 2,224 

Gillin, Daniel A 2, 640J 

Gillin, Joseph T 2,374 



Carrels, Charles 



I -r^l'. 



591.07 



Garrett, J. 1 2,661} 

Garrett, Mar>- K 2,412 

Garrette, Charles F . . 2,684} 

Garst, Su.sie 1 2,301} 

Garvey, Marj- S a 1763 



1,334.45 Gillman, Horace M... a365 

682.30 Gillon, P. (' 2,447} 

1,577.49 Gillura, Benjamin 1,284 

591. 4S (Jilnun*. Alice L a 177 

289. <)4 (;ilmorp. C. F 2,187} 

a Davs. 



1,109.84 

1,561.00 

1,187.8.5 

927.22 

1.297.17 

:J22.M) 

•291. 'm 

1,094. 1.-. 



REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PKINTER. 28o 

No. 24.— SIa(n(im( shoeing the noma of persona employed in tht public printing and 
binding duriiifl Iht fi»(al year ended June SO, 1907, uilh Ihe time each hoa been employed 
and the nmoiinl each has received, including leaves of absence — Continued. 



aumoie. FreAHck B. 

OUmore.Olivel 

OlrvlD, Isabella 



U, 184.02 '■. 
1.2S1.30 '. 

310.00 : 



GOMpJennlB 2,338 682.00 

Oois, M H08.M 

Goss.MalielE !,834i 721.07 

Gotla, Robert C. 2,«» I,»6.M. 

OotUcm, K 2,«6 6M.00 

Goulil.W.J 2.61S1 1,315.51 



.T.isephF, 
WilUam ( 
in, Rlchan 
■ Wm.M.. 



J .80 

[2,1751 




!,«< 




O !-B7fl 


1,230.*0 


rdB.. 7S0i 


448,55 


Z,377t 




2,«ai 


012.10 



.ll II.. 



Oiaddlcl[,L»u™. 
Oral, ClurlBi J.. 



Graham, J. H.. 



Crabain, Wni. J 
Grant. .\l[r<>d O 



i.«7.3; . 

903.08 . 



i!i««l,Jr5sinV 

OoodMM, CharlMF.. 
<IODde, Ssmuel 



M7.24 . 

|l,483.74 . 



. Gray, EdTiH 7B.a 



284 



REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 



No. 24. Statement showing the names of persons eviphyed in the public printing and 
binding during the fiscal year ended JuneM, 1U07, mth the time each has been employed 
and the amount each has received, including leaves ofabsenre — Coiitinueci. 



Snmv. 

Greene, Emma . . 
Greene. John, jr. 



Greene, M. T I 

Greene, Wm. E., jr.,.i 
Grecmstn'et, Mary A . 
Greenwood, James . . . 

Greevy, W. J. C 

Gregory, Jano W 

Gregory, Louise W... 



Grenacher, Charl 



es... I 



Griebel, Julius , 

Grimn. Hugh I' 

GrifTm, John , 

GrifTis, W. L , 

Grilhth, Ethel 

Griihth. George 

Urimth, Hugh J 

Grimth, \Valt*'r S.. 
Griggs, Edward C. 

Griggs. \V. L 

Grill, George A 

Grimes, Edith M... 
Grimes, llattie L... 

Grimes, Perry T 

Grimes, W. E 

Grinnan, U. L 

Griswold, W. A 

Gritton, F. M 

Groome, Charles E. 
Groshon, Clinton . . . 

Grumlcy, E. C 

Guild, Alice 

Guiles, Charles II. . . 

Guiney, Mary C 

G union, Mary E 



Hours 

em- 
ployed. 



2,676§ 
<>238 
847 
2,512 
120 
ol7 
2.560i 
892i 
2,089 
2, 757 J 
a 136 
1,543^ 
2,200^ 
2,578 
2,330^ 
678} 
2,138 
2,497 
498 
617i 
466 
2.448 
2,313^ 



Amount earned. 



Time 
work. 



S709.31 

|l,863.17 

1,294.40 

30.00 

26.67 

1,286.41 

457.64 

522.30 

700.64 

I 956.80 

1,100.25 

1,289.80 

1,165.25 

407.25 

534.47 

1,248.50 

250.95 

345.15 

237.20 

1,224.00 

1,158.50 



Piece- 
work. 



$561.40 
554.29 



Gunn. Charles S 

Gunn, II. S 

GunneU, W. E 

Gunton, Louisa 

Guntnim. Wm. . 

Gutelius, W. L 

Outhridge, W. H. . 
Gutridge, Win. M . 

Gwin. H. A 



GjTTian, IJrendan S 
Haas, Isaac C 



2,507i 

2,615 

1,512 

a 361 

2.600i 

2,670 

809 
2,524i 
2,359i 
2,636} 
2,124 

288 
a 332'^ 

200 
2,7»)} 
2,537} 
2,130 
2.424^ 
2,539 
2.544i 

656 
0300 

406 
2. 380 J 
2.71f.} 



1,297.94 
1,498.85 

758.75 

974.70 
1,484.70 
1,346.15 

404.50 
1,4S0.09 
1,179.75 
1,410.65 

531.00 
72.00 

|l.943.34 

1,460.65 
665.97 
1,067.05 
1,216.25 
1,487.07 
1,344.65 
288.57 



J 0300 I 
1 408 f 



983.78 
1.192.77 



Name 



Hackett, Katharine . . 

llackett, Murray 

Hadger, Pauline D . . . 

Hagan, Alice V 

Hager, Emma 

llagerty, Michael J . . . 

Ilaggerty, J. E 

Hahn, Daniel I 

I lain, Elizal>elh 

Ilttin, Evelyn M 

Haines, Claude E 

Haines, T. B 

Halbleil), Louis K 

Hale. Charles W 

Hales, Jjieoi) G 

Ilaliday, Henry E 

Hall, Edward J 

Hall. G. W 

Hall. Herbert H 

Hall, James E 

Hall. S. K 

Hall, T. Frank 

Hall. Wm. T 

Hall. Willis 1 

Halleran. Thos. J.... 

Hallock. Daniel h 

Halpenny, R. L. .S ... 

Hambly, John S 

Hambright, Frank H . 
Hamilton, Clarence . 

Hamilton, John 

Hamilton, Wm. M — 
Hammcrbacher|Otto. 

Hampson, Iowa 

Handiboe, John .V 

Handly, E.J 

Haney, James T 

Hanft, Thro. M 

llann, U. F 

Hannah, Monroe 

Hamian, James 11 

Hanrahan, John T 

Hanshroiigh. Annie .. 
Hanson, Charles H . . . 
Harbaugh, Carroll — 
Harbaugh, Kate L. . . 
Harden. Ethel M 



Hours 

em- 
r>loyed. 



Amount earned. 



Time 
work. 



2,532) $1,612.05 



Piece- 
work. 



$487.60 



431.71 



Harden. Wm. E . 

llardester. T. J.. 

a Days. 



2,617 666.57 ... 

2,724} 692.58 .. 

2,363i 1.181.75 .. 

2,530i 1,427.70 .. 

1.461 J 370.82 .. 

l,9»)2i 490.62 .. 

2,166 541.48 .. 

2.496 1,458.80 .. 

2.652 1,341.95 .. 

2,134i 1,067.65 .. 

2,822i 731.83 .. 

2,173i 1,08<).75 .. 

16 8.00 .. 

2.491 1,356.55 .. 

2,.506i 1.395. .52 '.. 

627 189.44 .. 

2.473i 619.67 .. 

a3tJ9i 831.37 .. 

2.535) 1,332.86 .. 

2,552i 1,326.72 .. 

729i 437.55 .. 

2,601) 675.50 .. 

2,612 1,31.3.39 .. 

2,.-»3J 1,347.15 .. 

2.4.53 1,229.70 .. 

2..565 1,647.93 .. 

2.:J32 584.00 .. 

828 242.25 .. 

2.564J 1,283.10 .. 

2.486) 1,244.75 .. 

2.tA'» 1,327.65 . 

2,5o3J 1,365.90 .. 

2,532) 1,3,')3.88 .. 

2.501) 830.97 .. 

2,m\ 1,306.10 .. 

2.56H) l,3(i7.06 .. 

376 188.00 .. 

2.332 . 1,16<).00 .. 

720} 366. 51 . . 

«3.i9ii 1,094.91 . 

2,6.32} 1,499.31 . 

440} 253.22 . 

a 2 3. 33 . 

2.3X 581.40 . 

a96 1 

^ 1.34.'i. 

'08 2.3H. VA 



•1 



RliPORT OF THE PUBLIC PBTNTF-B, 2S5 

Xo, 24.- f^lalement ihnwing the nnmw of persons employed in the public pTlnlini) and 
bindinii dtiring Ihe fitttit ijear ended June SO, 1907, iiith the time each has been mi ployed 
and the, nmniini each has reteived, inebidini; lenvea of nbsenee— Continued. 



Inrtnctl, Jeraine .. 

ng. Georgf... 

lurtwdl. ChHriw ., 

;well, Mary A.. 

irarUdl, fi. T* .-.. 

ey.Marj'E.... 

BV, 1". It 

F-j, RntwnO.. 



Ii.rvi'ood. 1). J 


2.i9e, 


i.MT.nn 








taskini. J. T 


a-sao 


I,»*tW 


la»ltlt.JohnW.... 


2,504} 


1,252. J7 


lassell, Ch?<t«r 


2,««j 




HflMtl. Geowll... 


2.«S 


l,23g.M 



HsBtingB, W.T 

Hstler.FnuikU... 

nattnn, Isatoli 

,J.F 



2.,M9! J.SfS.*; . 



lawkiriB. IbhIwHi^.. 



2,:«,^i 942.24 . 



Hftwley Xttllianr.. 


J., MS 


\,'M>.») 


Ilaworth,TliP9,W.. 


2, 757 J 


I,h2l>.2e 


llay, Itnlicrt D 






Haydcn.tlporBfH-. 


!,27«i 


l,2K.U 


Ilaydin. M.T 


2,fil»l 


l,31S.lt5 


ll«ydon,J.D 


HHi 


421.10 


IlayCB, KmiljM 






llayra, FInley S 


2,571J 


1,4,5.1.53 


Ila)-p.,JolinB 


1 700 


I,liB.33 


Iluy^s, LlUip F 


2,127 


S31.74 



28f» KEPOKT OF THE PUBLIC PKIXTEB, 

No. 2i.~SlalemerU showing the names of pcriom aiiployed m Ihe public printing and 
landing during Iht/aeol y.<ii .ml..! J„i,l SO, 1907, uith the time todt hat been employed 
and the amount each hat received, iiicbiding tearea o/atiience — Continued. 

piijwi ;™;. J^ P'"J^- «iTt. «o^ 



Uara. I- riel C 


1,5«(J 


1,301.00 


Hsj'bUP Fnnk 


CM 


312.00 


II«Mnl,15Ta 


■2.<m 


.'.OS. 72 


n.Mn, Edward J-.. - 


2,2ffl) 




Hisley.JaineBA 


2. 15.>1 


i.-x.y3» 


llMly, Tnneph 






aealy.T.F 


2, MS 


1,580.82 


Deck.JohnT 


>3GS 


1,7M.«) 


n*d.tin(wr. It. C 


740 


383.15 


Seed baJpMiu 


930 


230.00 


Hediui.Jolin 


!,3S21 




Reffrmnn. I'hnrles A . 


2,4701 


1,237.(10 


Heflcman, Thomas . . 




6T0A2 








lleirnpr, Kana M 


■2.\n 


527.71 


HcflniT. Mary 


2,1,',0J 


61S,5S 


n«»ny DaolelJ.... 


2,508 




HeEMiian, KimnnrE. 


• 130) J 


3W.82 








HrtberpT.II.B 


■i,xe 


809.75 


BmilngiSM.KA 


Q,ia2i 


1,435.07 


»ie>».B 


axn 


894. :n 


Heinllra-.tlwrlBiS... 


%52l 


l,4«).88 


HeinUnc, I.Ma C 












H.ii.ler,Fr«il) 




1,373.15 


IlMKIon, T. R 


o:mi^,, 


1,279. S3 


IkJn.JoMQBsM 


•i.m 


585.00 


Beain|»,tJatl)«K... 


■i,lll6 


571.48 


HHmiK.l.F 


2,*0 


1,234.25 


Elrmint'wa)-, Mary K. 


»«l 


246.53 


UciiiniiiU!, Dodge D.. 




330.70 



Henson, George 
Henion, Jamea .' 

Hepbui 



■n, rharlraF. 


2,45U 


:,FrankJ... 


2,«3i 




2,558) 


, Florence L. 




,Wm.U.... 


2,S22i 



is J.. 



'16 223.32 . 

:-,3t;) ffi>4.a» . 

2,594) l,075.»j . 



UcubcrRer, K. K 

IlewlMt, Lena 

Hewlett, Kobe rtJ.. 
IlPwsi™, M-iry K.l 
HIrkpy, Apnesll... 
llkkey, AnnLp 



tllalia, V. f 
Iligdon, Ju 
IIlKins, \- 
Hirelos, M 
Hlgpus, W 
IIigh1>Bre>'i 
Htghlwrgpi 
IIUde1>ranc! 



2,4J3t 1,216.75 . 
2,611) C61.73 . 
1,811) 651.33 . 



i.Jiiho 2,B20) 

'iuorBe 2,«tt 

S.E 2,410 



.... IlUdeliranil, Robert.. 

. .. lim, Al.liie F 

HiU, Charles E 

' ■■ 1 1 m, Charles 9 

.... IIill,Gus. W 

.... niU,J.E 

.... lIfU,jDbnlI 

.... IIUI, Nfirnnanll 

.... HiU, Win. 1... 

.... Uillobrant, .^myE... 

.... Uiilebrant, F.J 



HEPORT OF THE PUBLIC PKINTEB. 2oi 

No. 24. — SluUmetU shoiving ilte names of persons employed in the public printing and 
binding during the fiscal yair uidud Jini': SO, 1907, with tlie tine each hat been employed 
and the amount each haa recdved, including Itoris of absence— Conliaued. 



11111,111, Eva A 

Hilton, J. P 

Hiltan, rinckn«y 

Himmclmnn, J. C 

nimmighoater. Emil. . 

Hindin,S«ni 

HinBler, Lottie B 

ttinvood. SamuPl C. 

Hfpkins.C.C 

Hitehco)i,J 

Hitr 



490} 129.60 

!,7SI1 1,413.30 
3,188 967. Si 



J3.32 , nolt, W.E 

Holt, William 

Holton, Hoyt A... 

Uonesty, Morrie... 

Hood,U.C 

C39.4.'l Hooper, John H... 
noopes, EUiott A. 



550.90 



niison, R. F 2 


689} 


826.19 


Holilia, Frftnlt D 




28.43 


nohliS, II. W 






Hot)l,s, .Tannic 


138 


653.94 ; 


Hochati^m, A. P : 


6641 


l,»0.42, 








Hodge,C.F 2 


071 


618.06, 


Hoflpr-s, A. D 2 


732i 


606. 3S: 


nodges, FranWlnT. . 


0441 


S32.6T ' 


Hodgos,JohnC : 


368 


l.lStOOi 


Hoes,JaniesE 2 


1*51 


1,076.84 : 


Hofl,CanoDH 3 


0281 


702.02' 


HolTmon, Adunl '. 




842.98: 


Qoffuiaii, Elites 2 


680) 


806.38 


Uomnan, Florenoe... 2 


3291 


800.87 


Hfiflmfln. Ororgp 1 




1,098.00 




448 




Hofnianri, FpnUiinnrf, 2 


4951 


1,343. n 


l!..|:iii..I..hiiK 2 


6S7t 


1,413.16 




Klfi 


731 2S 


ll"Kiiii. I^hnll 2 


606i 


1,390.95 


ll.iB.in, Michnrl ■ 


418 


604 46 


IIuEiirlli.narTDDoW. 






IIolliv Irnry 


4lfi1 


1,213.00 


l[oll.r.>ol[,ChBrleaT.. : 






lIolr,.rnl».,RainiMil... 


36S 


900.00 


Holdriiigp, A. J 


6791 


419.84 


Holoinan, Wm. M.... 


3831 


1,191.76 










6461 


1,368.65 


HnllonJ, R. L ; 






ndlHndB.EIilBhW... 




299.12 


HoLc, ThomM A ... 2 


m. 


792,73 


Hoiiin«cr,CluraB.... 


1811 


670.84 


nollins,.IcaepbH.C.. 2 


404 


1,202.00 


nolHs, >Ii>UI<> V 


885) 


256.90 


llolmi's, llciijamln... 




860.30 j 


H.ilmea, Charlea 


333 


33134 









Hoover, Alice S 

Hoover, Frani 

Hope, W.J 

Hopliins, F. n 

nopliinB,F.H.,)r..., 

Hopltlna,S,E 

Hopper. Nellie 

Horn, Cliarias L 

(4.92 , norm?, AmbpJJd K..,. 
Hosktni, CoralynnB. , , 



Howard, Ulnnle E . . 
Howard, Ralph W . . 
Howard, T.W 



2,6091 tlj 
2,4411 1| 
2,5111 1, 



2,484 
2,3761 



2, 9151 

2,5871 
2,070) 
2,6601 



1 Iluber, LeviH 

Huber, willtamT.. 
iliig'lHl, RiilphM... 

iim-in.<,.r T .... 

llughea, Albert B . . . 
Hughes, Ellin 



' ■ ^ 


,494.66 ' 


193,12 


621.00 


,296.25 ' 


922.29 


686.83 


,371.69 


,240-lB 


627.75 


303,86 


J571.77 


3iaoo 


112.40' 


00169 ' 


387.60 


,106.53 


,015.80 ! 


,367.30 


647.55 


123.75 


,197,20 




,528.29 ' 




970.25 


,539,87 


736.98 


,366.25 




99.45 


,236.45 


913.65 



231,80 |. 
262.33 |. 
398.96 . 



ZHS REPORT OF THE Pl^BLIC PRINTER. 

So. 2-1. — Slalemeiit showing the names of persona employed in Ike piMxr printing and 
binding during Ikejisral year ended June JO. J.W7, tiith the lime each hat been employed 
and the aniounl each hat rereiied. inelurling lenrft of abinirf—CoDtiauetl . 



Hugbes. GrorgeB....^ 2,»l U, 346.80 

HughM, Harry 2,5ai 1,365.82 

Hutthea, JamcB W.... <> 364} l.TM.ST 

Hughea.John 2,107} SB8.2I 

BuglMs, Uary F 2,307) 576.87 

BuU.Uay.\ ' 2,307 601. M 

Hulktt, A. ') Z,2Sli 1,125.75 

HuUlng, .liillus 2,1M1 1,072.25 

BulK, nmrge C a 120 296.N9 

Hllmbli', II.H 2,S75 l.64».m 

HumM, .\Diiie U 2.526 662,27 

Tlumtnpl. Calvin F.... -365 1,059.61 

Humphrey, O.W 2,019i 1,082,85 

nnmpbrlea, Emlty ...' 

Hundloy.M.B ' 2,500 036.80 

Hunt, A, Z 2,S74i l,W2.9fi 

Hunt, EatPlle A 2.S05 62S,S7 

Hunt, Eva 1.479 SflS.TS 

Hunt. Jeremiah A.... 2,5511 3I5.0» 

Hunt, Margaret 

Hunt,ThorntoaU... 2,404 6Z3.80 

Hunt,Zoph8r 2,888 1,355.65 

Uuntflr, James I" 480 247,55 

Hunter. ,lnhn H 2.8I6J 603.95 

HuntiT, John il 2.441 1.220.S0 

Hunter. R. 1 2,503] 626.11 

HunlnvHs. Tl.i.oulae. 

Hlinlal-rry. M. K,... 2,5321 1.266.65 

Hurdle,l,awieni.i!M..{ "^ j 781.61 

Hurley, A nnin E 7651 2<».85 

Hurley, Blanche 2,381 595.24 

Hurley.JowphH.... 2,415J 1.207.75 

Hurley, J nale T 2.390J> ,W7.61 

Homli, Frank 2.147 1.207.69 

Hum. iJmim" J 2.ai2 1,176.00 

Hunp.r, » 2.S10) I,2>«.I5 

How. Kdn-anl A 2..WSJ 1,702,01 

Hmif man. Delia 2,7211 fW-'l 

HU3«n. Wilher J 2,4!llil OT5.10 

HUW. .\. i 2,648 1,571.85 

Huiv. Eugene 2.302) 1,165.80 

nuwt. Jflmeg B TOO 474.<n 

Huaw-y. *nnl.' 

■■"-■- ;:»'!■— 

HntehinM.n, Ariiliroae 2,,SI5i 6.t2.3l 



2,326) 





Hulehlnaon, Wm H 


■ 2,503 


1^252.60 












Hyama, UonI 


l!7271 






8S0.37 




Hyde.niramS 








Hyde W B 


1 'mix 










' Hyler,O.D 


2.562) 


1,644.14 




IlyncB, Sarah E 


l,96R 


492.00 532.20 




ny«.n,JohnF 

■lIy3an,L«)V 


1 -m 






1 -" 


»592.B0 


Igoe, C-lealioe 


a 113) 


186.19 




















1 lng.Ua,Ch«rteaW..,, 


655 


341.62 




1 InBalta,lraM 


2,6721 


I,S7093 




I InglPdue, J. U 


"3631 


OliO.OS 


G80.68 


Jnsirun, li.,.i..l(,,V... 


2,336) 


584.11 


. 602,88 




filJi 






Irey, Charka w 


2,6411 


1,552.30 




IiTln.J.E 

Ining, Wm. P 

' Irwin, IlarrsC 


2,678 














2,190) 


1,095.30 




Inrtn.JamcaH 


2.599) 


i.aoH.ir. 


488.50 


larael.J.M 


2,625 


1,602.80 




Ivory,JnhnW 

' Jack aon, Elmer 8 


2, see 

2,2281 














Jackson, Fairfax 


2,530 


683.10 




Jaekaon, ii.>i>rReK... 


2, 6921 


708.41 






2,S43i 


1,498.65 




Jai'kaon, James E.... 




337.54 




Jacka(<n,JaineaW.... 


i.365 






Jftckaon, Jcispph W... 


274) 


138.75 .... 






6*41 

2,230) 




















Jsekaon. Theo. 11 


• 325 


988.W .. 




Jai'kaon, Wllllnm 


1.8141 


453.62 




Jai'kaon, WLUiam 


288 


72.)« 






2181 
2,5S01 




644. m 


Jscby, ralli* 


l,2M.O0 




JaeBer,Augu.tll.... 


2,750i 


1,633.30 .. ., 




Jahnke, Amo 


2181 


1119, 2S 












Jftme.,U.ll 


1341 






Jame.. SlIaaA 







REPORT Ob' THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 



289 



No. 'lA.- Statement showing the names of persons employed in the public printing and 
binding during the fiscal year ended Jvne 30, 1907, with the time each has been employed 
and the amount each hns received, including leaves of absence — Continued. 



Name. 



Hours 

em- 
ployed. 



.Vmount earned. 



Time 
work. 



Piece- 
work. 



Name. 



Hours 

em- 
ploj'ed. 



Amount earned. 



Time 
work. 



Piece- 
work. 



Jameson, John G | 

Jaques, John B j 

Jaques, Wm [ 

Jay, Mabel 

Jeffrey, George L i 

Jeffries, Emma 

Jenkins, Ada 

Jenkins, Charles 

Jenkins, Esther F 

Jenkins, James 

Jenkins. Jerome 

Jenkins, W. L I 

Jenkins, William A...' 
Jenkins, William M... 

Jenkins, Z. T ■ 

Jensen, Emma 

Jerdone, Clara P ' 

Jessup, Wm. H I 

Jewell, G. W ' 

Jewett, Annie R | 

Jewett. HattleM I 

Jirikowic. J. C 

Johanscn, Mary E 

Johns, Douglas | 

Johnson, A. B { 

Johnson. .Vlice A 



2,536 $1,359.85 

2,579i 1,460. GO 

6451 i 322.87 



l,790i 
2,267* 



1,054.27 
42.90 



1563.17 



672.37 



o59 ■■ 
« 178^^1 
2,631 I 
2,558 
2,592 I 
2,874 
2,410 
2,737 



164.33 

294.34 

664.20 

800.80 

1,555.20 

722.28 

1,205.00 

1,819.25 



544.35 
567.40 



Johnson, Arthur H 



I J '»245 I 

•11 822i 1 



Johnson, CD 

Johnson, C. T 

« Johnson, Callena 

Johnson, Charles E... 

Johnson, Daisy H 

Johnson. Ed II! 

Johnson, Elmer 

Johnson, Elsie H 

Johnson, Ernest 

Johnson, Flora S 

Johnson, George, jr. . 
Johnson, George A . . . 

Johnson, J. E 

Johnson, James A 

Johnson. Jennie G 

Johnson. Julius L 

Johnson, L. H 

Johnson. La Monte K. 

Johnson, Louis C 

Johnson, Mary A 

Johnson, R, A 

Johnson. H. S 

Johnson, Ruch C 



24 
2,349} 
2,433J 
2,308 
2,456 
2,608} 
1,347} 
2,679} 
2,517 
o245 

822} 
2,575 
2,629} 
2,262 

530 

a 161 

1,408 

2,521} 

2,129} 

2,261 
2,581 
2,392 
885 
2,983 
2,480 
2,242 



12.00 

627.26 

609.24 

1,164.10 

1,302.53 

667.32 

338.66 

1,350.40 

766.52 

686.45 

1,306.70 

1,545.36 

425.77 

274.95 

266.66 

405.80 

1,463.13 

570.16 

977.25 

570.54 

1,295.25 

1,196.00 

442.55 

1,047.03 

1,243.55 

1,122.20 



I 



•li 



Johnson, T. M 

Johnson, Thomas A . . 

Johnson, Virgie 

Johnson, W. B 

Johnson, W. F 

Johnson, W. R 

Johnson, Wm. H . . . - 
Johnson, William M. 

Johnson, Wm. J 

Johnston, E. E 

Johnston, Frank M., 

Johnston, H. H 

Johnston, J. M 

Johnston, Simeon . . . 

Johnston, W. D 

Johnston, W. E 

Johnston, W. T 

Johnstone, Albert S. 

Jolley, Marie L 

Jones, A. S 

Jones, Albert N 

Jones, C. E 

Jones, Catherine E . . 
Jones, Daniel A 



1540.63 



2,472 
2,819 

476 
2,525 
2,352 
2,502} 

379 
3,148} 
3,349 
1,561} 
2,430 
2,357 
2,503} 
2,676} 
2,568 
2,375} 
2,129} 
24 

716} 
2,202 
2,426} 



S61S.00 

718.11 

238.00 

1,263.35 

1,176.75 

673.19 

152.92 

897.75 

590.52 

514.32 

1,215.00 

1,178.50 

1,251.75 

703.71 

1,098.24 

1,188.10 

532.75 

7.20 

370. W) 

1,101.00 

1,442.90 



14.56 



.500.07 



621.18 



Jones, Edward W.,Jr 



j o45 1 
I 2,160 1 



l,253i 636.07 

2,6351 1,562.47 

2,703J 1,365.94 

895 257.16 

2,.>83| 1,401.00 



Jones, F. O 

Jones, Frank n 

Jones, Frederick 

Jones, O. E 

Jones, George T 

Jones, Henry 

Jones, James T 

Jones, Jesse G 

Jones, John W 

Jones, Lydia E 

Jones, Mary E. A 

Jones, Melissa F 

Jones, Rosier B . 

Jones, Thos. L 

Jones, W. C 

Jones, Wm. A 

Jones, William F 

Jordan, Annie C 

546.111 Jordan, George W 

Jordan, Green J 

Jordan, Henry 

643.61 i Jordan, Lillie F 

I Jordan, Lulu D 

384.62 I Jordan, May B 

! Jordan, Richard E . . . 

o.Days. 



1,6883 
a 45 
2,160 
2,483 
1,330} 
2,958 
2, 499 J 
1,429} 
1,487} 
2,688,V 
2,554} 
2,844i 
1,616 



423.82 
1,252.61 

1,247.82 
665.40 
755.02 
962.40 
448.01 
374.04 
680.73 
722.72 

1,014.69 
404.00 



2,320 
68 
2,822} 
2,708} 
2,814} 
788} 
794} 
2,408 
2,017} 
2,813} 
2,478 
2,404} 
2,320 
a 372 



581.99 
34.00 

1,441.60 
684.31 

1,433.22 
398.10 
219.12 

1,204.00 
629.05 
715.91 
619.80 
636.31 
582.13 
983.44 



190.46 
567.24 



53.70 
20.80 



290 REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRISTEK. 

No. 24.—Slal4iiienl iliouiing the namu o/ pcriona emiihycd in the public printing and 
binding during the fiscal ijcit fniiid Jhhi -W, 1907. vilh the liwe each has been employed 
and the amount each has Teceired, includtTig Uavet of abtenff—i'fyntinucd. 

Amount earned. Amount e«rn«l. 



JordKn.W.C 2,«Z ll,338.2S. 

Jordan, W,H 2,17* 866.00. 

Joaoph, Lulu M 2,S20t 706.15 . 

Jost. Franlc 2,6801 846.80. 

Joyce, R.E... 872 340,82 . 

Judge.CP 2,36Sj i 1,182.76 . 

Judson. Harry B 2,45St | 1,229.25 . 

Jullan.R.A 2,5811 1,388.25. 

Kahlort,J.H Z,3aei l,ffl2.ai. 

Kail. KfltcR 2,S64} M2,78 . 

Kaiwr. John A 2,M1J 540.65. 

Kane.James Z,6« 1,1CT.14, 

Kaji6,M.F «363V 9(5.82 . 

lMlkEy,Viislnli, 

KBme«,J.E 2,7731 1,506.37 . 

Kauffmon, Oeoi^ S . . 2,306 1,183.05 . 

KsilfFman, JoaepliC.. 2,6»i 1, £74.04 . 

KaiiHuian, W. IT 2,6681 820.44. 

Kaufman, Aonie 

Kauae.J.I.... 2,6061 1,481.02. 

Kautenbe^, M. N ... 2,628 1,S79.68 . 

Kcaiie,Katle S641 251.11 

Kearney, J ameit 2,180 1,160.14 . 

Kearney, John T 2,4471 1,224.30 . 

Keating, Aonie 

Keating. Edith K '30 48.83 . 

Kee, RlliaO 

Kee,KJla 2,4»2 622.09. 

Keefe,AnaaU 2.817] 718.48. 

Keete, lllnnche T 2,7951 711.88, 

Keele.J.E 2,S08 1,320.24 . 

Eee(e,T. 2,172 142.07 . 

Ketter. Joseph 1 508 251.80. 

Keelun.JnhnC 7551 391.35. 

KMimrr Mnry 224 66.00 , 

KeWar Chfjatlan o343 77833 . 

1C>I*1h'F, Ajd; Jk 2,410i 609.7G 

Eell.WUlkmA 2,6151 666.61 . 

Eillay, NlduOaa '372 983.45 . 

Kellogg, UllliuiB.... 1,801) 460.37 . 

KeUogg, Mary E 2,424 IJ07,oa . 

KeU]r,A]lceG 1.932 4S3,W 

"-'■— I "SI-" 

Kelly, Hulii> ft "821 178.74 . 



Kdly, Kate. 

Kelly, PhllipV 

Kelly, Stephen J 

Kelly, T.J 

KeUy, W.B 

Kelly, w.T 

Krlsey, Theodora 

Kemon,F.C 

Kendall, J eroma 

Kendall, R.W 

Kendrleli. George R . . 

Kenne; , Emma V 

Kenney, L. P 

Kent. John 

Kent,LlllleV 

Kent,U.\V 

Kenworlhy WlUiatn . 

Kerley. Ophelia 

Kern, F. W 

Kervln, W. H 

Kervin, Walter J 



1,398.55 . 
227.C(t . 
1,880.60 . 



87.07 . 
1,325,02 . 
701.99 . 



KUlmoQ, EVb 


2,230) 


657.68 


Klinl*tk,t S 


1,556 




Klromol.NMlleW... 


"S41I 


BO 64 


Kinder, Herman C . . 






King, A, H 


2, 567) 


1,589,31 




2,6611 




King, Charming B.. 


2,446 


620,37 


Klng.E.D 


2,3851 


1,1)12.76 


King, E.J 




1,210,34 


King, Kdain M 


1,397 


743.85 


King, Fr.imU C 


1,275 


320.29 








King.J.Gueat 


2,145 


1,072.80 














King, SI. K 


2,5551 




King, Msltie 13 


2,368 


ai-j.uu 



KKI'OKT OF THE I'UBI.R' I'lUNTKIt. 21M 

\i), ^i.-'Slateiiient sluiiring the names 0/ i>eisi,m tmjiUiycd in tU public priming and 
biivUrvi during llufiacal yeur ended June SO, 1907. viith Hit limt each luu been employed 
and the amouni enrh luu received, including Uaves o/otfl^iice— Continued, 



King, It. K 


. 2,1111 


ti.a.'7.44 


King, Roselta 8 


"* 


o.e7 


Kini!, W.Marffn-,,. 


. i.mi 




K(nwl1«.M 


, 2,375) 


TSftJT 


Kin»lvtaK,\V.A... 




1.W1.15 


Ki|.p, AllcflJI 


. 2.<-W 


675.22 


Klrl.y,SumuelG..., 


. 2.6151 


l,M3.2a 


Kirliy, WHIIamL... 






Kirrh, (Jeorgc !■ 


. ■i,tn 


1.214-Wi 


KlTClUWr,All*rt..-. 


2,«01 


021.75 


Klrfc.R.H 


. 1,863 




RlrkUndiWIUIiisi... 


. 2,ffi2) 


1,327-75 



KtrunW Urmun... 

KniU,Yfra.> 

Kroiw, Wiii,P 

Kiihlnmnn Oi-otEcO 



KLinkm 


■U,U.«rB«G.. 


2,M2) 


Kloplpr 






KUipter 


, Nathan W . . 


m 



Kiiorlrirw, MarjE., 
Knrrtl.C.M 



K<">iiU. EdwardJ.. 
Koonls, Thoi, L 

Krull, WJlUimi 

Kruiir', GiMirgi'- 

Krnusr', Wm. C. 



Ii36.fl,. 

N85.13 '. 
1,139.20 . 
l.IHl. 1« . 



Kiikurt, l/'nnsrd 

KimimrT, (li-orgc 

KimJahl.<nii>rli'H..... 

KimillDBD, <]. II 

LaBiJJp.Jiurr 

LiiDo*ilP», Ediranl . 

i laekej Elliif. 

I.at™mbol»-, A.J... 

I.ahk''. Arthur H 

Lalor, Martha K 



6M.14 . 
1,046.78 . 
320.65 . 



j Lumhaon, BpIIc, 

I laJuson.J.K 

i Lanahan, JoannnC. 

......,..' Lane, John F.--,,.-. . 

tl6.38 Lani', SajDivl W 

, I.nng, wmiam 

Langdon. H, D 

Lunge, Jo»cpba 

. , Lange, E. A ......... . 

: Langford,S. W 

l.rinBl"y,ilBmmli..... 

I, ] .1.^.(1 ill, ■. It-nh,iII. 

Lanning, O. N 

' Lanti.JohnR 

Laporto, W, M 

Larcombc, U. P 

Lairnan, 0«c»r W 

Lashbom.M. A 

' Latham, Ed. F 

Latham, Ella O 

' Latham. 01»V 

I Lathem. Christopher 

.....i Lauhlnger, Ixiula..... 
' Lauiman, 1!, M 



2.7iai 979.20 . 
i,l33 l,OUl.a) . 
2,308 ;H>9.«)J. 



I 1,974. W . 
1.210.55 . 



2.18^ 1,167. « 

130 30.8( 

3,1741 827.41 

2,529 1,276. li 

2,66et 1,SD1.1( 

2.90Si 1,47].4S 



2.2091 1,108.65 . 

2,5431 ^'Ol . 

2,470i 619,12 . 

2.572] 1,462.38 . 

2.4W 031.00 . 

3,290 854,37 . 



81,'>t 



292 RKPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRISTEH. 

No. 24. — Slntemfitt nhoiring the noma of persojii employed in the public prijitiitg and 
binding during Iheftral ijmr tii'M Jimf SO. ISO?, n-ilh the lime eaek has been employed 
and the amount each ha reeeired, including hares o/o6»tnM~Continiipd, 



JjiVigiM^.C. E 


a.Bw 


I,4l3..'i2 


LbtImob.II. \ 


2,815) 










Lawler, Edmond F. . . 


m 


MO, 70 


Lawlor. Mary A 


i.tvi 




Ijtwlor, Williara 




23a. 00 








Lawa, Eilwur.1 U 


rm 


3m. 00 


LawBon, E. A. M 




1 ™ « 








Lavtoii Jull M 


LawUf.H.II 


2..-j.W( 


067,14 


Lawnbi-.-Mnn-K 


OIH,\ 


l,l6fi.7« 


Leach, It. K 


2,3H.-.l 




Lrflh)-,Nnru 


■J.U'i 


.■*j.9a 


Leapl.-y, .1. S ., 


i.lMl 


SM.8B 


Ubt. J ow'iili 11 


« 


■•»■" 


Lealiow.Willmiiil---. 






LeavlU, WiUlain M- - 


•z, 


,,„.» 


Lfavy, Jmnie... 


3.4.W 


013.00 


Li-BuITc, A. F 


2, r-iH 


1120,17 


LrcMP.lliighA 


2.W 


130.70 



Lw,JdhnH 


172 


43.00 


Lw.Marthfl 


2,,'flBl 


745.11 


hee.Own 


2..M7i 


»8.77 


Lee.R.W 


2,1»7 


3*-.. 21 


L*N>, W.J 


2.000 


1,200.8,'; 


Lerch.J.J 






Loodi. rharlPB 11 


2.3W) 


1.380.23 


LrttoTti. Saimi-Hi..- 


■H^i 


1,243.11) 


LeffliT.M.I 


i.mi 


l,!.lR,f« 






i,*37.8; 


Labmann Jo«pn R- 


lU 


9.eo 


Lctghton.rharlmll. 


2.4W 


l,2iSi,Sfl 








Leith.ArlhurT 


2.S1ii 


i,ar«..ii 


LeUffle, A. M 




1,32171 


Lemmon. Hi-rnnrd A. 


2,M1 


iaoo2 


Lemon. W.ll 


■:,mi 


622. V2 


Len<li«T,M«wiin.i.. 






Lendy, AltM^rH 


2,«11 


l,24r,»o 



LenhBrt.,r.M 


. 1,738) 


ISM 09 


Lenman.M.E 






Lpnoir, SamiKJ H... 


9M1 


524.83 


I.*nti, William IJ-, 


. 2.7S2i 


1,38s. 2» 




' 2„W9 


627.90 


Leonard, CI 


. 2,477* 


1,276.15 




2)2 


126.00 


l-ponanl. H ".r 


■1372 


i,oc&ao 








Lpilier,J.C 


- 2,74S1 


l,(i2i,M 


Lester. J. J 


. 2,726i 


I4IS3.22 


I^SO'I. Kolo V 


- 2,SI2* 


1X1.92 


LeviTing.S.B 


, 2,4»3) 


1,338.15 








Levy. Fmiiiy E 








-W) 


70.62 


Li.»(s, ft-w 


. 2.a3 


sHttai 


l*«i..C. E 


. 2,IB3 


380.97 


l*wi»,C. W 






Uwis.Clnreiiee 


. 2.703 


l,»i(i9 


l*«is.E,T 


. .1,33^ 


895.14 


l...B-i«.K,M 


. 2,M31 


1,272.90 








Ij^B-in.S.W 


. 2,406 


1,248.00 


l.e*ii.,ThoiiiHPM.. 


. 2.897} 


744-75 


l>iwi«,W,Fl..)r, ., 


. 2.K4I 


033.19 


l.e.-ii..W.K 


. 2.,W1 


I..W180 


l.™is. William H... 


B4.TI 


475.75 


Le»1i.,Wln»io«-.... 


. 2.4S3S 




Uyd.'n,.Ii>hiiR.... 


. i.MO 


i.nw.43 




. 2.,i(illi 


SIM 15 


Licuiaiid I,,.iil-.'<;, 


. 2..Wi4 


7IS.30 


IJUhl-N M 




l.48,\50 


Lighlo.i..J<.l.i,<-. 
LiBOti.Johiil... 


2.m7» 


1,501.65 



.imlflcy.A.S 


2.4W 


•M. 


,li)il»l»y. Aniiie 


2,380 


mi. 


-indrtram, Ali-'n.... 


3,533 


1,351. 


Jndirt™m,Al'redC.J. 


2,«2i 


t.2l7. 




2,5l6i 


1,34.1 


,inh8rt.M«y 






JnkinB.Jo«-phK..- 


2,«!)i 


7W. 


LlnqiilM,Jnhn 


3,3.19) 


l,ir.'j. 



REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 



293 



No. 24. Statement showimj the names of persons employed in the public printing and 
himlituj dn ring' the fiscal year ended June 30, 1907 , with the time each has been em^ployed 
and the amount each has received, including leaves of absence — Continued. 



NaiiH'. 



I Ainount earntMl. ; 

Hours ' I 

ployod. j ^.,^rl#. work. 



Nhtho 



Lippold, J. B 


2,523 


|f>33. 81 


Littlf. Annie r 


2,511 


065.22 


Littl«'. E. H 


3,197i 


830.75 


Littlo.J. M 

1 


755 


377.50 


Livormort', Wm. II... 


2,498 


1,402.35 


Livingston. Marion R. 


a99U 


163.21 


Lloyd. Ellrt T ' 


1 




Lloyd. Frank M 


2,G003 


1,329.82 


Loano. John T. S 


2,69Ci 


052. 24 


Locke, Louisa K 


[ «13A 
I 2,024} 


1 531.28 


Lockling. IT. J 


2,518 


782.19 


Lochler. (I. G 


J o40 
1 2,102 


}l,215.30 


Lohmoyor, Richard C. 


2,413 


1,207.05 


Lomax. ClilTord 


3,152i 


819. 89 


Long, Abram J 


l,503i 


401.63 


Long. Edward E 


a364§3 


1,507.05 


Long, George W 


2,486 


1,243.00 


Long. IsalK'l M 


2,574} 


649.91 


Long, William H 


2,636} 


665.66 


Longpre, A. L 


2,767 


1,463.20 


Looinis, C. E 


2,534 


711.08 


Loomis, Daisy J 


1,637 


384.23 


Loomis. William II... 


2,148 


1,074.00 



Lord, D 

Lorentz, William E... 

Lorlng, Annie S 

Lothrop. Etta T 

Loughery, George 

Loughran. John M 

Lough ran, Jost^>ph 

Loughran. Mary A . . 

Love. W. R 

Lowd, W. B 

Lowe. A. F 

Lowe. .\nna O 

Lowe. George W 

Lowe, Harry J 

I>owc, James E 

Lowe. Walter T 

Lowey, F\ C 

Lowrcy. J. II 

Lucas, ('harles A 

Lucns. Samuel II 

Luce. Henry F 

Luce. M 

Luckott. Lucinda 

Luckt'tt. W. V. 



2,587} 909.62 



«162i-. 
2,581 

788| I 

438^ 
2,227J : 
2,701 

398} I 
2,505^ 
2,106 
2,344 

629} 
2,424^ 

497 ' 
2,011 
2,5.59 I 

16 
1,001 

612 
2,423 



269.10 

1,557.14 
474.24 
224.25 
556.92 

1,374.02 
228.95 

1,298.77 
525. 49 

1,172.00 
317.25 

1,212.25 
130.06 

1,005.50 

1,500.12 

8.00 

263.36 

162.85 

605.87 



Ludlow, Luko F 

Ludwig, Henry A 

Luebner, Charles F. . . 

Luers.sen, H. G 

Lultich, John F 

I Lukei, Andrew 

$591. 78 I Lusby, A. M 

Lusby, Ida C 

Lusby, John W 

|, Lycette, John J 

Lyddane, Virginia 

Lyddane, Sarah C 

Lydick, J. D 

' Lynch, Jennie 

I Lynch, Margaret 

I Lynch, Nora 

Lyon, Edgar R 

Lyons, D. R 

Lyons, Nellie F. v.... 

Lyston, Mary B 

Lytle. N. H 

McAllister, Charles E. 

\ McAloon, T. A 

1 1 Mc Andrew, William S, 

McAiUey, R. C 

673.48 I McAuliffe, P. J 

' McBride, J. R 

McBride, S. F 

McC'abe, Mary 

1 1 McCal lister, James I.. 
;■ McCallum, P. M 



Hours 

em- 
ployed. 



2,398 

2,575i 

2.463} 

2.490 

2.551} 

«372 

1.801} 



Amount earned. 



Time 
work. 



$1,200.80 

717. 07 

1,232.00 

1,24&00 

1,333.24 

983.45 

405.37 



Piece- 
work. 



2, 488} 022. 12 
2,551 i 1,364. 15 



1636.46 



2,337} 
532 



584.38 
20(1. 00 



l,320i 1 435.81 



2.380 I 1,19a 00 
2.589} I 1,451.46 
2,517} I 635. 10 



53L03 



56&01 



45L34 



689.16 



2,540} 1,386.00 
2,451 1,225.50 
2,490} 1,248.35 
1000} 049.08 
a 305 2,093.81 
2,549 1,27a 50 
a358}i 1,326.33 
365 2,000.00 
530.36 
625.32 
1,452.06 



567.60 



McCammon, II. C 



2,424} 
2,497} 
2,755} 
a 1021 
1,039 



j a 1021 } 
I 1,039 1 ' 



043.10 



Ln(\ . Corn<'liiis .1. 



* 2,620 
I a 109} 
( 230 



M 



86L71 



676. 83 




McCampbell, N. L... 

McCann, C. B 

McCann, Joseph W.. 
McCardle, Oliver C. 

McCardIo, T. E 

McCarthy, Charles J. 

McCarthy, E 

McCarthy, Edward F 

McCarthy, J. A 

McCarthy, J. F 

McCarthy, John F 

McCarthy, John J... 

McCarthy. Rose 

McCarthy, S. L 

McCarty, D.J 

McCarty, David 

McCauley, Emma D..\ 
McCausland, John T. .1 
a^Days. 



684.44 



2.000 
2.498 I 
2,581 I 
2.649} 
2,379 , 
2,259} ; 
2,334} 

533} 
2,428 
2,491} 
2,839} 
2,505} 
a364U 
2,575} ' 

400^ 
2,501} 
2.210 1 



1,308.80 

l,:i94.83 

1,336.90 

1,499.44 

1, 189. 50 

564.87 

1, 167. 25 

270.05 

971.20 

1,250.17 

1,448.17 

026.83 

796.73 

1,30&28 

209.85 

782.00 

1, 106. 90 



294 HEPOIIT OF THK PUBLIC PIliXTER. 

jjo. 24.~S(u((j"fn( ihowing the noma of persom eiii]>loyed in tlit publir privliiig and 
binding danng Iht Jheal ijear ended Jvne SO, 1907, Tvith the time cacti has been miployed 
and the amount eaeh has received, including ieaxu o/olwejice— Coutinued. 

Uours A"""""""^ Uour. ^i"™"t ■■""^ 



llcClH-l 



JtoCMU(i,-WUt»rA.. 

Mcai'IUnlt, Bd» 

licaoakey.Marj-C... 

Mcaosliey, U. F 

Mcaiire.C.U 

Uct^ure.Tbeophilui.. 

McClurg, H 

KcComb, John 

McConnel.D.S 

McConnell, M. \ 



1,979 W92K , 

SS4 156.9$ - 

2,«N 1,314.00 . 

74,80 . 



HcConnlrk. Janii 



McCoy 



fl IV. . . 



itcCrukin, J E .. 
UcCraery, Ttiomas F 
UcCrlstol, Ellu » . . 
UcGuIlough, John F 
McCulIough, Kobcrt 



McCiill 



1, Klla . . 



McCurdy, W. S 

MrCutcheon, Gcorgo. . 
McD»nld, JauieiC... 
McDanld.JsmciCJr 
McDanicl, Junes 3£... 

MrDanlel, W. B 

llpDermotl, Kdwd, A . 

McDennot, FmnV 

McDcvItt, Francis... 
McDcvill. Lillian M.. 

McDonald. <'. II 

McDonald, f. K 

McDonald, Nr". J ... 
McDonwll. ManiipK. 

MfDonoiipli, S. ¥ 

McDonoiieh,nio:..J.. 
MGl>onp]|.JnIi>r-»ll.. 



1, 30^20 

i,2s:L;a 



McFadden, Alice R... 
McFaddcn, Danid.... 
McFadyen, Frank It..' 
McFariand. 



McGowan, H. T 

McOoB-an. Minnie F.. 

McGmlh. ItoMillrB.. 

McGraw. C<i¥liii 

HcGmh'. WUllom 3 . . 

McOulrc. DolhortS... 

SlcOutk, AlfwdJ.-.. 

Melntyre. IWl .1 

Ucl^cc. AdaJ 

fM-ta McKcivcy .1 H 



523.80 . 
1.307,25 . 
230.95 . 



McKi-lvy olinA.. 
HcKcnley. H". B... 
McKenna.E. D.... 
McKenna. James... 
McKeniia.T,F 



1,324.74 McKev 



l.llflUli5 . 
4MK60 . 



2,670) l,420..13 . 
2,723i 1, 479.02 . 
2,42l| I,lia75 . 



McKie. ilargarel... 

McKinney.y.H.... 

. McKinncy. Jcssln A 

HcKlunon. J.D.... 

McKinnon. J. L 

McKlDwy.C 

McKncw, N. 1 

HcKnew. NmlinnG.. 

McKnlctit. A.u 

Ucijaa, Gi>unp>J 

. Mct.anahsn. Sarah. .. 
McUuKblln. Andrew J 
McLaughlin, neline. . .. 



2,414 1,207.1)0 . 



2,5501 
2,745] 
2.150] 



REPORT OV THE PUBLIC PRINTKR. •2'^h 

No. 2-1, — Stalement nhoicijuj the nnmtt of prrmna eniplnycd in the ■public pHntinii and 
btTiding during IheJUcal tjcnr ended June SO. I,'W7, u'l'lft tlie time each hag been employed 
nnd the amourU toch has received, inrluding Uttres ofdbsente — Continued. 



UcL«iuinD. J. F 

JilcUalion, Beuie 

McUnliKD. Ellen M 

UcMnhon, R03co«.... 

UeMahon. T 

UcUnhon, Willlanill. 
McM;in us. James 



UcUonlgal, Hairy.. 
UcMuUnn. William.. 
McMuUen, Charles A 
MoMuUen, P 



SSI. 28 . 
630.20 '. 
1,250.84 \. 



McNollj-, Francis J... 
UcNamara, Bridget.., 
McNamara, Jennie... 
McN'nmnin, Unggie . . 
McNiimnrn, Uiuule A. 
UcNaniuru. Martin.. 
MeNaninra, Mary.... 
McNainnrn. William.. 

McSeal, H. W 

McNoir, George A. R. 
UcNelly, Wilson D... 

McNerbuny Ida 

McNemej ThomaiA. 

McNtcholas, B 

McPhereoD.J.A ! 

Mcl'h<Tsoii, J(*n ! 

UcI'lkP. H. A 

McQucea.M, E 

JloSwiiin, .\nnie P . . . 
UcUmlwr, FmnkL.. 

McVille. Mary 

Mc Williamson. C.pi- 



1,112.«) \. 
047.39 j. 
716. SI I. 

see.K I 



flTftflO ■ MaJ 



Uadden. Michael... 

Maddoi, Fannie R. 

Maddoi, JolinT,.. 
. Mflddren. Joseph .- 

MfldlMiii, UaryU . 
i Magee, KaUV 

Magers. WUllam A. 

Magill, Chas. H 

MaglU, W.J 

Mahan, H. B 

Uaher, Annie G 
1 Maher, T. F.... 

Mnboney, Julia. 

Mnboney. Kane. 
I, Mahoney, Terrence. 
' Mahoney, W, F, 





110 40 






"„<■« 


.WO. 11 


117.00 






610. 9S 


1,586-68 


1,184.00 




12109 






12.48 


44S.10 




1.111.2S 




1,164.80 




1,322.60 





^«fli 


73112 




e 2,413 1 


215.20 




ence... 2,661} 1 


351.90 





2,742 
2,488 
2,359 



iney, WUHam.. 
ly, Mabel 



4S7.Z3 . 
1,342.15 . 
300.00 . 



Mabivy.R.L... 




220 


Mil rail is ler. A lei 




2,447 


Marallistrr, Jame 






MacClane.J. H.. 




2,516J 


Unn-ubbin, A. E 




2,463i 



Manderleld, Frani L. 
Mangan, Elizabeth . . . 

. Mangan, Mary E 

Mangiun, M. £ 

Mann, B. F 

Mann.F.H.. 

Mann, J. L 



1,990.08 

296.75 411.1, 
I.«t38 



290 REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 

No. 24. — Slaleiiient shomng Ike noma of perioiu employed in the public prinliru/ and 
binding during tlu f:s,,)l I,,,)' .H-hi J'nuSn, 1907, vith the lime taehhat beffn. employed 
and the amount eadt has received, iTicluiiing leave* of absence — Continued. 

I Amounl rtmed. Arauunl oam^- 





ployed 


..Robert II. 


2,368 




1,3»4 


Edward E.. 


Z.3B0 



Uarkham, Jamea D .. 



Warr,NPUief 

UftiTiott, Noel B 

Uarra, Tlwodon' 

UsrHhalli, W. A 

Marsh, D.n 

Uarsh.RuthS 

Uarah, nullum E.... 

Marsliiill, JolinJ 

UurxliaU, l.il>l>ie 

UarHliall, Murgurot. . . 
UkraliaU, Sirlnflj J . . . 
Uurnhnll, .'^iiun A.. . 
Mnrahiill. Vliin-iil-... 



Mastenou, Kathcrino 



1,3GM7 
1,101.W 



2a»,2.> Maitlwws, Chas. n 

1,2139.135 Malthoiri.CharleB' 

83175 Matthews, Ilanr.. 

7*. 00' 150.77 MattliCBB. John W 

127.00 Mattlicws, Ferry.. 

8.00 Maltlmow, Charlaa 

634.27 Matllniore, Jaa. U. 

320,12 Matlingly, O. F... 

1,29187 Mattocks, KUIL., 



'2,»G1 
2,6Sai 
2,5294 
2,H2) 
2,M7i 
1,213) 
2,206 











m 










CS.« 




Ua 


2,0CSi' 


517. 43 


17.00 


Ma 


2.2M1 


599.83 




Mb 



pU, John W.. 
cll, Julia M.. 



MBy,JolmS ... 
May,,Jospphl,., 



«««hrr.CliartoiJ. 
Mntny MlcliMlJ... 
M«r.,H J 



1,2%. 19 . 
237.2S . 



1, 351,05 McdcftH, Kilaard.. 



M«in', Julius (' 
Mslboiirnc. Wn 



1,993. « . 
]l.313.'.'2 . 
l.]r/..78 , 



.17 MolIiwli,lV. 11.. 
.... MeUInK.MaeA. 
• Day.. 



REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 



297 



No. 24. — Statement showing the names of persons employed in the public printing and 
binding during the fiscal year ended June 30, 1907, with the time each has been employed 
and the amount each has received, including leaves of absence — Continued. 



Name. 



Mellis, J. C 

Mellon, Charles B 

Melvin, Thayer E... 

Menard, W.T 

Mendel, Val 

Meredith, Albert A . . 

Meredith, F. C 

Merillat, Stella R 

Meritt, Edgar B 

Merriam, George R.. 

Merrill, Edna L 

Merrow, R. A 

Metcalf, Glenn A 

Mets, John D 

Metzler, Martha A . . 

Metzung, John W 

Meyer, E. W 

Meyer, Leonard 

Meyers, E. M 

Meyers, Ellen S 



Hours 

em- 
ployed. 



2,794i 
2,549 

512 
2,520} 
2,528 
48 
2,749J 
2,729} 

244 
2,548 

877 

10 

2,379 

208 



Amount earned. 



Time 
work. 



Piece- 
work. 



Name. 



Hours 

em- 
ployed. 



11,549. 

1,278. 

262. 

1,262. 

995. 

25. 

1,398. 

605. 

122. 

1,526. 

253. 

8. 

1,188. 

104. 



94 Miller, Ollu C 

75 Miller, Raymond W 

30 1 Miller, Robert H .. . 

35 i Miller, Robert M .. . 

76 Miller, Thomas 

44 Miller, W. A 

57 Miller, Wilber E 

84 Miller, William K 

00 



Amount earned. 



Tune 
work. 



Meyers, J. D. 



Meyers, L. H 

Mezger, Irving H 

Michael, J. W 

Middleton, Ella 

Middleton, George E . 

Milans, Emma J 

Milbum, S. M 

Miles, Frank H 

Millard, Robert J i 

Miller, Carrie G 

Miller, Charles F 

Miller, Daniel 

Miller, Emma S 

MiUer, Flora L 

Miller, Frank 

Miller, Frank F. 8....; 

MUler, Frank W 

Miller, Harry 

Miller, Horace 

Miller, J. F 

Miller, Jas. H 

Miller, James W 

Miller, John B 

Miller, John J 

Miller, Lemuel E 

Miller, Lizzie 

Miller. Mal>el L 

Miller, Maggie 

Miller, Martin 



2,780 
2,448 
2,407 
2,447i 
2,488} 
a 319 
296 
1,354 
a 144} 
a365 



1,65L 
1,224. 
1,203. 
1,223. 
622. 



:1'- 



932.53 



339. 

358. 

2,045. 



a20} 
2,479 
2,641} 

240 
1,620} 
2,487} 
2,393} 
2.681 



20. 

622. 

749. 

60. 

412. 

609. 

1,196. 

1,352. 



2,601 
1,971} 
2,677} 
2,579 
a363 
734} 
2,510} 
2,550 
1,569} 
2,476 
2,633 
2,600 



746. 

987. 
1,346. 
1,527. 
1,283. 

377. 
1,338. 
1,538. 

920. 
1,239. 
1,665. 
1,304. 



MiUigan, William 

89 ' Mills, Annie M 

83 $377.27 Mills, C. S 

00 MUls, E. C 

50 Mills, Howard v.... 

00 Mills, Mary 

... 572.67 Mills, WiUieD 

03 Milovich, Elizabeth V 

00 Mims, E. A 

60 Miner, Charlotte 

75 Miner, John 

12 Miner, Philip E 

Minor, Henry W 

Minor, Jane E 

04 Minter, H. M ; 

75 Miskell, Bessie J 

54 Mitchell, E. E 

... 729. 76 Mitchell, Elizabeth G.j 

50 Mitchell, John W^ ' 

19 4. 16 Mitchell, Joseph D . . . 

51 Mitchell, Katie A ; 

00 -.... Mitchell, Laura 

25 Mitchell, Marcy A 

29 Mitchell, MattieM....' 

75 Mitchell, Mayo C ' 

58 MitcheU, P.J 

. . . 615. 43 MitcheU, Thomas P . . 

44 Mitchell, Thomas W.. 

50 MitcheU, W. A 

67 MitcheU, W. B 

85 , : Mix, Annie E 

01 I Mixon, Ada 

80 ! Moakler, Charlotte. . . 

66 



1,460 
1,489 
2,429 
907} 
a 52} 
a 49 
2, 479} 
2,041} 
2,881! 
2,890} 



$850.40 
744.90 

1,363.36 
233.77 
286.11 
120.00 

1,240.45 

1,020.75 
734.98 

1,037.38 



Piece- 
work. 



$529.62 



607.88 



2,345} 
2,700} 

567} 
2,206 
2,600 
2,359 
2,619} 

a 13 
2,236 
2,053} 
2,544 



1,322.46 
684.59 
284.75 
551.47 
907.57 
589.75 
772.18 
32.50 
559.80 
699.10 
707.84 



374} 1.W.72 

2,391} 830.82 

2,179} 1,104.91 

1,647} 422.36 

2,551 1,278.95 



549.56 
201.06 

194. 24 
532.49 

556.11 



394 
288 
2,498} 
202} 
2,591 
2,959} 
2,649 



202.60 
72.00 
624.75 
101.25 
1,585.94 
753.29 
674.42 
102.97 



543.35 



86 
35 
45 
17 
00 



Mockbee, Lizzie V . 



■I .:» I ' 



450} 106.62 
2,674} 709.21 
2,397 1,270.40 



565.60 
316.20 



18937— S. Doc. 5, 60-1 ^20 



Mohler, G. M 

Molan, M. G 

Moler, R. L 

Moloney, WilUam J . 

Molster, Ralph R 

Monahan, Thomas F 

Moncure, W. B 

Monks, W.H 

a Dayi. 



097 
1,812 
2,528 
2,529 
2,628} 
2,569} 
2,458 

863 
2,520 



653.70 



1.618.40 

1,342.59 

1,416.15 

1,297.27 

654. C3 

445.66 

79L92 



2,502} 1,127.02 



BEPOET OF THE PUBLIC PEINTEB. 



No. 24.— Statement thouirtg the namei of prrioru employed fn the puUw f 

bindiiig during the fiteal i„mtnJ,-il JunfiO, 1907, uUh the lime eaA haw been emptof/td 
and the amouTU each hat Teceived, indiuHng leavee of abeenet— Caa^md. 



BKaroHl. I 



m, Jon 



1,«7 



lionWgue, F. M. F... 7J6 W3.4S 

l£onlgom»D, Albert . 2,S« ;M.58 

yontgomeiT. Uenny - "3501 ^.110.61 

MontgonwlT, Geo. F . 2,600i I.W.M 

Monlgomer>-, Jac. M. 2,S78) i.:fti.M 

liontgomory, B. «.C 

yontroM, Agnea M 

Monlro^, 0U™M 

Hoone;, CharicsJ.... SIB UB.SO 

Uooae;,E<ln1nH.... Z,TiT) I 8U.S7 

lloore, Albert J Z,S111 , 7*3.73 

Uoon-.C.W 2,3«4 ^ 1,171.00 

UoorP.CUraB "25 ' 11. M 

Uoorp, Cndlla A 2,433| fWt.44 

Uoon'.D.B •3S2 OB7.00 

Uooic, Elliabeth F... 2.77St T07.22 

Moor6,Freil.W a 38S I.IOO.W 

Moore, Fred. W 2,547) 1,281.87 

yoorc, Fn'ilprick 3,4M »ae.« 

yoore.lda 1,116 232.eo 

yooi«,Joliii 2,361 111.13 

yoore, l.iiite 2.3SI1 MS.IT 

yoore, W. A "356 1,S*1,I» 

yoorc, wmiam S 2.415 1.239.42 

yoores, Edward B.... "365 2,W7.R2 

Ui)orman,W|[UamB. 2,7701 7D5.06 

yooty.M.M 2.2064 U1.41 

yopktns,W,A 2,7161 "««■*« 

yoran,aA 2,788 l,«».S7 

yoriui,JobnW 2,»ft l,«M.01 

yoian.Uar; 

Koran, W. II 2,207) 1,103.75 

Horcock.E.W 2,432 1,217.45 

Mown, EmlUoC 

yaraUD, Ampllk. 

yorgan,Clurle>A.... 2,»7 1,563.00 

l£or(wn. IlPiry 2,*1B 1,208.60 

yorgan,J.C.. 2,411 1,205,60 

Korgan, Jome W 2,660 1.343.20 

yoiEan, Rose W " lT»t 2S8.I0 

UorKati,T. Frank.... a336 l,7§5.6a 

Morgan, W.D 2,604j 1.307.00 

Morgan, W>brt*r.... . 1, 154) 292. 13 

yoms, G(vrgi> 2,232 1.116.00 

Morrl!!. iiamiwl 2,641 1. 327.65 

yoirlR, R. S 2.505) 1.276.44 

yoiTi>. WIllA 2.608) I.548.IB 

Morrison, Alex 2,192 t,OW.«) 

MorrlHii, AnnaC... 2,490 623.4S 



Morrlaoi], Oaude y... 
yorrlaoDiD. G 

Morrtion, Edward F . 









Morrtnon.JohoB.... 


3.9M 1 


633.90 


Mnrrison, Lucy 


i:si 


618.08 










1,I«S 


6BG.80 








Mor»eU, JohnT 


732i 


439.36 


Morton, C,E 


2,619 1 


334.23 


Mowley. T. Q 


2,686 1 


039.28 


Moiii,JobnR. 




669.52 


M<.M,W.H 


2,629 1 


266.60 


MolhBfh<'a<l,JohiiC. 


2,198 1 


999.60 


Motjrfcu.J I. 


l.lll 


606.60 


Mo,iM..ti, JurvisB... 


2M 


108.79 


M'.*l.r,jr JamPsP. 


47 


Z3.60 


Mowen, Waldo R.... 


602 


261. OO 


Moiley, EdahC 


2,490) 


781,10 


Moxley, Monroe C... 


468 


146.28 


Moyer, Netoon P 


2,«02 1 


610.37 


Moyer.SarahE 


304 


76.00 




2,343 


685.08 


Mn<-kk'=lon.Wm.H. 


2,607 1 


267.30 








Hudd, U.Annie 


1,4284 


357.11 



Mulcahy, JowpblneJ. 



MnUan 



iannwl E 



MuUtd. CtiarloaF... 

613.77 MuUen.I.J 

60E.5S Mullen, LouliW.... 

MuUtgan.C. U 

UuUlgan, J.Edwd.. 

UulUgan, LUllan M. 

Mulligan, W. F...i. 

MuUln.John 

Hulquin, Mary A 



y,Jaine>G 1,904) 663.06 . 



Mulroy, John. 

Muntt, Carrie 

Murpbey, Wmiam H 

Murphy, EllaT 

Murphy, MughB.... 

Murphy, J. E ., 

Murphy, Jamei 



1.106.W . 

664.86 . 
246.70 . 



BEPOBT OP THE PXJBLIC PRINTER. 



299 



No. 24.— Statement shoiving the names of persons employed in the public printing and 
binding during the fiscal year ended June SO, 1907 ^ with the time each has been employed 
and the amount each has received^ including leaves of absence — Continued. 



Njimo. 



Murphy, Mabel L. 
Murphy, Mary C. 
Murphy, Maud V. 
Murphy, Richard. 

Murphy, Sallie 

Murray, D. J 

Murray, E. P 

Murray, H. L 

Murray, Helen A . 

Murray, J. S 

Murray, John J... 
Murray, John P.. 



Hours 

em- 
ployed. 



Amount earned. 



Time 
work. 



1,911 f477.81 



Piece- 
work. 



t&S5.62 



Name. 



Hours 

em- 
ployed. 



Murray, Julia A 

Murray, M. E 

Murray, Maurice 

Murray, Minnie 

Murray, Robert P... 

Murto. E. F 

Murto, R. Benj 

Myers, Annie M 

Myers, E. G 

Myers, James E 

Myers, John F 

Myers, Josie 

Myers, Walter 

Myers, William B.... 

Nace, Charles L 

Nachman, Philip 

Naefl, Laura 

Nalle, E. G 

NaUey, Ida M 

Nails, J. R 

Nails, Magnus A 

Nally, James 

Nash, E. M 

Nash, Edward 

Nash, G.J 

Nasser, Mary 

Nathan, A. R 

Naylor, Louis P 

Naylor, W.J 

Neal, Henry C 

Neal, Laird L 

Neely, D. R. P 

Neil, Charles A 

Ncligan, Ann 

Nelson, C. B 

Nelson, Charles W 

Nelson, Jennie R 

Nelson, Otto 



l,476i 
2,434 
2,238i 
496 
2,649 
2,528i 
2,165 
2,286i 
2,496i 
2,586i 
203} 
186 
895^ 
475 



369.77 

1,217.55 

560.04 

296.44 

1,394.88 

1,622.45 

541.30 

742.78 

1,354.55 

1,421.35 

I 307.26 

279.85 
120.92 



Nelson, R. B 

Nelson, W. H 

Nelson. W. M 

Nervis, Mary 

Nesbitt, H. A 

Netherlands Fred. 

Neuer, Louis A . . . 



Amount earned. 



Time 
work. 



Piece- 
work. 



3,040 $1,065.26 

713 I 179.16 

2,585i 1,202.42 



236.75 



622.53 



l,699i 

2,628 

2,626 

2,848i 

2,566i 

664) 
2,006i 

723 
2,479) 
2,650i 
2,568i 
2,663) 
2,431) 
2,381) 



960.68 

1,694.62 

1,546.03 

729.56 

1,322.93 

343.30 

506.35 

211.07 

620.11 

1,339.27 

1,289.62 

1,344.04 

610.65 

1,196.85 



12.13 



2,697 
419) 
3,199 



878.91 

240.60 

1,036.90 



824 
2,192) 
1,366 
2,615} 
2,662) 
2,652 
2,380 
2,384) 
2,500 
2,670) 
2,^0) 
2,692} 
2,340 



434.40 

1,097.06 

284.68 

1,426.43 

1,502.57 

1,428.28 

1,190.00 

1,192.25 

875.28 

645.16 

622.62 

1,428.86 

1,170.00 



2,280) 1,140.25 



Nevils, E. M 

Nevins, William B . . . 

Nevius, M. J 

Newell, G. W 

Newell, Henry S 

Newlon, Jeff. D 

Newman, Clarence 

Newman, Robert C. . . 

Newsom, Hubert 

Newton, Charles H . . . 

Newton, Frank E 

Nichols, EffleB 

Nichols, F.N 

Nichols, George W . . . 

Nicholson, T. F 

Nicholson. Irwin A. . . 

Nicolai, Margaret I... 

Niehus, C. C 

Nightengale, Louisa.. 

Nobles, Fred I 

NobUtt, CarlS 

Noel, John A 

Nohe, Minnie A 

Nolan, Emma J 

Nolan, Mary 

Nolen, John F 

Noonan, John J 

641.28 Noonan, John T ! 

Noone, Daniel P 

Noone, P. R 

Norbeck, William G.., 

Norcross, A. C '. 

Norris, E. D i 

Norris, William W...; 

Northrup.L.V 

Noske, Frank 

Nothnagel, H. A 

Noyes, Alfred 

I Noyes, Henry 

y..' Nonley, Emms 

Nossear, Edmond A. 

614.76 Nye, James 

" O'Brien, David F... 

o Dayf . 



640 
2,546 
2,601) 
a 34211 

162 
2,891i 
2,284) 
2,66(^ 
2,606 
2,444 

660) 
2,444 
2,364 
2,406) 
2,496 
2,616 



183.80 

1,390.41 

628.24 

[ 997.23 

I 

1,421.96 

1,142.30 

1,357.77 

1,264.30 

946.02 

334.10 

1,222.00 

1,182.00 

1,251.84 

1,248.00 

832.86 



$401.34 



664.04 



2,261 
1,127 
2,473) 
2,490} 



1,236. 01 
422.62 
621.01 

1,246.37 



666.16 



665.06 



2,183 

2,222 

2,623 

1,071) 

2,826 



1,094.20 
673.61 

1,470.46 

272.47 

J, 440.09 



2,287) 
2,310 
2,390 
2,212 
2,662) 
2,206 
2,679 
2,307) 
232 
2,645) 
2,461) 
2,676 
2,628) 
2,600 
2,616 
2,224 



571.87 

679.00 
1,196.00 
1,106.80 
1,447.10 
1,109.60 

091.66 
1,163.76 

131.36 
1,289.66 
1,226.16 
1,463.36 

823.32 
1,668.37 

630.61 
1,309.93 



711.32 



27.00 



66 28.00 

1,231) ; 496.16 
2,161 1,076.60 



000.35 



300 



BEPORT OF THE PUBIJC PRINTER. 



No. 24. — Statement showing the navies of persons employed in the public prirUing and 
binding during the fiscal year ended June SO^ 1907 y with the lime eadi has been emplcytd 
and the amount each has received, including leaves of absence — Continued. 



Name. 



O'Brien, John H 

O'Brien, John J 

O'Brien, W. F 

O'Brien. W. J. C 

O'Bryon, Minnie 

O'Conneii, ChArtea 

O'Conneii. Daniel 

O'Conneii, Jeremiah.. 

O'Conneii, Wm. G 

O'Connor, Mary M . . . 
O'Connor, Maurice J.. 
O'Connor, Patrick — 

Odeil, Jessie B 

O'Donncll, Geo. A 

O'DonneU, H 

O'DonneU, 8. P 

O'Donnoghue. John.. 

Oehler, II. F 

Ogg. Albert E 

Ogle, George II 

O'Gorman, Catherine. 

O'Hara, John T 

O'nem. J. J 

Ohm, Charlotte D 

O'Keefe, A 

O'Keefe, Katie C 

0'Lear>', Dennis J 

0'Lear>',M 

OUver, I). W 



Hours 

em- 
ployed. 



.Vmount earned. 



Time 
worlc. 



Piece- 
worJc. 



Name. 



I Hours 
I em- 
; ployed. 



Amount earned. 



Time 
work. 



Piece- 
work. 



526i 1263.25 
2,51(H j 1,420.86 
2,S21 1,616.55 
2,535 1,345.95 



2,535} 
302 
2,585 
2,379i 

620) 
2,847 

2,186 
2,450) 
2,496 
2,496 
2,678i 
2,472 
2,239 
2,485 
630) 
1,1861 
2,486| 
2,552) 
2,485 



1,368.65 

246.17 

1,300.02 

1,291.27 

155.12 

1,462.69 

750.81 

546.57 

1,230.60 

1,504.88 

624.00 

1,396.77 

1,236.00 

1,196.74 

1,287.47 

140.61 

601.52 

1,255.12 

640.52 

1,242.90 



a2M\% 1,999.65 



OUver, Walter it. 

Oliver, Walter T . 
0'Meara,.\.B. ... 
O'Neal, Joseph H. 
O'NeUI, ('has. I .. 

O'Neill, J olm 

O'Neill, l^uis 

O'Neill. W.J 

Onyun, J. A 

Opdyke, Alice 

Oi)en8haw. J. \ . . 
O'Reilly, Mary K 



Orem, (hurles.I 



Orem, <i<H)rge W 



O'Rrmrke, Fannie M 
O'Rourke. MA... 
O'Rourke. M. K.... 

Orr, lO'lHtru 

Orth, Fram-es T 



3,572 
[ 2211 
[ 971) 
216 
2,494 
50b) 
2,5541 
2,677i 
264 
2,615 
2..'>49) 
X80) 
2,fif>7 
allOf 
( 1226 
I 912 
I o92 
I 1,H58) 
a 246) 



!i. 



929.29 

443.19 

108.40 

643.50 

260.20 

1,. 579. 74 

1.345.52 

133.60 

1,672.17 

1,393.3.-1 

253.85 

1,5X1.34 

181.42 

1,534.24 
1,427.22 



727 



4a'>.H4 
200. 9r) 



2,017 504. 2.> 

2,506) 627.55 



Orth,J.Fred 

Osborne, Annie W \ 

Osborne, E.L 

Osborne, Stella M 

$613.26 Oscar, Fred J 

O 'Shea, Alexander. ... 

Otis.Chas.W 

O'Toole, Mary B 

Ottinger, John J 

340 . 95 Ou rdan , Vivienne A . . ' 

Outcault, Harry J 

Overman, Frank 

14.56 Overton, WUliam J. . . 

Owen,MableM 

Owens, Mary 

Owinga, Mary E 

Paddin, Edward H... 

Padgett, Wm.B 

Pactsch, E.R. E 

Pafflow, Chas. W 

115.32 Page, Birdie 

Page, George N 

Page, MelvinJ 

Paine,H.W 

Painter, Myrtle 

275.72 Paland, August 

Palisay , Blanche 

571 .85 Palmer, .\ugU8ta B. . . 

Palmer, ( harles R 

Palmer, I rma D 

Palmer, Joseph W 

Palmer, Mary M 

Palmer, Thomas S 

Palmer, Wallace T 

Pardee, K. K 

Parent, Marge ret J... 

Parish, Ediths 

......... £ arK, o.v ............ 

Parker, Andrew L 

321 . 94 Parker, David 

Parker, Edward J 

Parker, E lizabeth P . . 

Parker, .John O 

Parker, MilUe 

Parker. U. W 

Parker, W . H 

Parkhurst, G raec .\ . . 

Parks, John C 

.«i05.3h Pa rlin, Annie 

Parmlee, Henry A — 

Parry,W.(' 

a Dayf . 



2,643 
2,308) 
2,393) 
2,321 
2,6941 
1,193) 
a360f 
2,272) 
1,910 
2,200 
2,442 
2,500) 
466 
a3 



Sl,5e0.6B . 

677.18 . 
1,205.55 '. 

580.22 '. 

711.il5 . 

596.85 . 
1,720.48 

568.81 . 
1,250.47 

657.47 ' 
1,306.05 
1,486.66 

117.90 
5.00 



$483.00 
633.06 



2,222 
705 
2,043) 
2,211 



1,111.00 . 

357.80 . 

1,021.75 . 

1,301.67 . 



636.70 



2,506) 

4361 
2,196 
a 100) 
2,651) 

a21f 
2,272 

a 13 
2,560 
2,509 
2,6991 
2,267) 
114 
2,5671 
2,264 
2,430 
a 364) 
2,543) 
2,850 
2,486) 
2,411 

365 



1,000.42 
223.32 

1,102.64 
164.16 

1,343.22 

34.05 
RUB <m 

13.00 

1,288.10 

1,335.21 

658.50 

791.78 

57.00 

896.81 

566.00 

607.62 

943.66 

1,305.06 

1,453.72 

66a 11 

602.74 

823.35 



635.70 



632 
2,596 
2,681 
1,891 
2,483) 
2, 826 J 
2,411 



316.00 .. 

1,468.03 .. 

660.70 .. 

470.12 .. 

621.06 . 

1,430.52 .. 

1,207.10 .. 



KEPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 301 

No. 24. — StaUmenl ihou-in^ tht nanut of peraons emphytd in the public prinling and 
biTuHng during the fitml iji'iif indfl JuiuSO. 1907, )tt(A tht time eodi )m been empUjytd 
and the amount each ha* received, including leaxtt o/abience — Continued. 



»» 2* wo. « 



ParBons, Edna... 
Pttaom, Ilrarj- S. 
Pareong, Lulu K. . 

I'B™fin»,llayJl.. 
PurtridEP.O. E.... 

Patch, K.. I., 



SB0.37 . 
1,U1.24 . 

iK.sn I. 
i,o«7.m . 



I'erklna.JamaaS.... 


W^ . 


.'itt.as 


Pcrlcins, 1.. .V 


2,SW. 












a,swi. 


71>ll.4fl 


Perr>-,C.C 


2,5541 , 


1.2(0. SO 


Perry.Il.R 


2,3X7 


1,193.50 




2.S«H 




Perrjgo. Maurice K . 


WOO 


Perahinc, WLllJanit. 


(m 




['frsingiT.Jaroh 


2,472 


i.m..'.t) 






2W,49 


Peter, George 







FBylBir, N. M 

Peyt™, Krkay... 
Peace, M.M 

Peake,M.F 

PeaJer, P. P 

Pe«per,IiialO.... 
Pearann, Annie. . . 



PettlFoM.EIiiabetbA 
KetOford.FtanlcW.. 

Petlitord, J. D 

Pclty, loniyW 

feeiett,K.F 

i'help»,C. E 



I'hilllpiia, l'liar1«8 A 
Pblllipg, FrtuikU.. 
PbiUlpg, George P.. 



PmidleliDD.ForaitC, 
I'ontcks, Thonuia B... 
P«nn, F. M.. 
Peimebakcr, ItoAaC. 



I, SOS. 47 . 

1.204.70 . 

1,154.75 . 

i,«es.25 . 



PhiUip, M, E... 
PhlUlp, K. M... 
I PickreU.Nhia.. 



Plnkston,V. B.., 
I Finn, EmgitL... 

Plpei,J.M 

..; PltlB,rorftE 

I PlttB,EIrlraO... 

Pitts, Mary C... 
{ Fitter, WiUiam . . 



2.007i 


i,oaa.75 


M77A 


202.28 


2,7671 




Ufi 


111.02 


2,8521 


1,582. M 


2, 7731 


1,401.37 


2,«e 


l,aB.76 


2,468 




2,337 


1,170.16 


2,224 


M7.37 



302 



BEPOBT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 



No. 24. — Statement ihowing the names of persons employed in the public printing and 
binding during the fiscal year ended June SO, 1907 , uith the time eadi has been employed 
and the amount each has received, including leaves of absence — Continued. 



Name. 



Plaskett, Annie 

Piatt, EUaM 

Piatt, J. H 

Platz, Frank? 

Pleasant, W.R 

Plumb, F. W. C 

Plomer, Francis B . . . 

Plumer, Josephine 

Plummer, Stephen . . . 



Poates, Charles £ 



Hours 

em- 
ployed. I 



2,027 
a 156 A 

528 , 
2,633} j 
2,542^ • 

a52 , 
2,310i I 



Amount earned. 



Time 
work. 



S609.62 
250.40 
270.84 
600.03 
700.61 
104.00 
570. 11 



Piece- 
work. 



Name. 



Hours 

em- 
ployed. 



Amount earned. 



Time 
work. 



475. 44 



401.65 



Pocher, Simon 

Pocock, Nellie E 

Poll, Annie A 

Poindexter, Thresa. . . 

Poist, Wm. A 

Polglase, Benjamin. . . 
Polk, T. }' 

Pollard, W. A 



310i 
a 32 
446 
2,517§ 



-I z 1 



80.23 
253.30 
645.02 



PoUard, Wm. S 

Pollock, David ; 

Pollock, Julia C 

Poole, Edwards 

Pope, F 

Pope, John W 

Pope, Martha L 

Poppe, Herman C 

Porter, F. C 

Porter, Jumes II 

Porter, Mary L 

Post, L. II 

Post, Littie L 

Post, W. L 

Potter, A. W 

Potter, All)ert E 

Potter, C. II 

Potter, L. A 

Potts, A. II 

Potts, W. B 

Potwin, Jessie 

Poulson, Francis B... 

Powell, Hcrl>^rt 

Powell, I. N 

Powell,!. W 

Powell, Margheurite. . 



2,556} 
570 
2,422 
a 345 
2,302 
a 306? 
302 
344 
2,352} 



647.18 
120.87 

l,283.e6 
776. 25 

1,196.00 

} 872. 71 

102.00 
, 1,177.27 



562.18 
18.37 



800 



422. 42 



2.601} 665.24 

2,634 1,503.68 

2,455 1,227.50 

l,666i 423.48 



Powers, Fre<l 1. 



2,658 

2,405 

0365 

504 
2,605} 
2,515 
0365 
l,517i 
2.206} 

071? 

2,448 
472 
2.3S« 
oCO 
al6U 
342,^, 



165 



1,702.91 
623.75 

2,611.10 
126.00 
851.02 

1,264.40 

1,504.15 
7fi0.85 

1 , 156. 37 
141. 40 

1,224.00 
119.41 

1.194.00 
240. 92 
2<".7. rO 

1,7.=;4.J 



J 



Powers, Uichurd 

Powers, Kichurd J . . 
Poynton, Saruh S 



2,560i 

2,661 

2.420 



1,467.»M 

1.344.10 

605. 00 



$18.72 Prater, J. H 

Prather, EUzabeth C . 

Prather, DyoU 

Prather, Mary A 

Pratt,B.H.., 

Pratt, D.M 

Pratt, LilUe 

Pratt, WIUiamA 

Prentiss, Annie C 

Presley, Henry M 

Preston, Charles W . . . 

Preston, George T 

Preuss, B. R 

Price, Clint O 

Price, J.M 

Prldgeon, John 

Primm, James L 

Prlmm. Paul H 

Prior, George C 

Proctor, George H 

Proctor, George N 

Proctor, John C 

Proctor, M. A 

Proctor, May R 

Prosper!. John F 

Prosser, Daniel N 

Proudlcy, Ray 

PruItt, EllaM 

Pr>or. II. D 

Puckett, Thomas R . . 

Pucketto, Charles J. C. 

Pulliam, Edward 

Pulliam. S. G 

Pumphrry. Bettic 

Pumphrey , E. P., jr. . . 

Pumphrey. George L. 

Purcell. James L 

Purcell. M 

Purdy, Charles F 

Pursel, Thomas C 

Purvis, John R 

Putnam. John F 

Pycmont, George E.. 

Pyne, Frank E 

.... Quigley. F. T 

Quigley, Mary E 

Quill, EUzalHJth 

' Quill, Nellie C 

.... Quin.D.C.P 

Quinlan. John F 

Quinlan, Mary J 

o Dayf. 



2,553 S882.00 

2,3fi(^ 587.50 

al2^ 20.36 



Piece- 
work. 



2,00(^ 1,629.00 



•Ml. 00 



592.25 



56.00 



585. 49 



328 
2,4171 

a44 
2,M7| 
1,4171 

017 
2,fl88J 
2,530 
2,406 
2,308 
a364}} 

a 17 
2,800i 
'2,4071 

843 
1,640 
2,300} 

800} 
2,016 
2,e21§ 
2,607} 
2,636i 
2,660} 

020i I 
2,214J 
2,505 
2,667 
2,613} 
2,373^ 

307 
2,400 



82.00 
1,216.97 

141.79 j 
l,336i96 



666.41 
48&07 



367.94 j 
287.72 I 

1,29194 < 

1,492.77 ' 
670.00 

1,164.00 

1,217.27 

17.00 

702.71 

1,202.06 , 
430.44 
820.00 
877.80 
231.82 
729.00 

1,325l90 

1,478.78 
677.41 

1,433.10 
477.91 : 

1,302.98 
026i99 

1.431.29 
629.90 

1,186.76 
204.76 

1,200.00 



513. 74 



2,427 
2,170 
1,430} 
2,561 
2,828} 
2,681} 
2,564 
<i53f 



1,732 
2,338 
402 
2,668} 



61.01 
376u80 



STL 42 



l,30i.7O 
1,193.00 
805l80 
1,496.44 
1,443.17 
1,636.16 
1,367.89 
87.86 



483.00 

l,3n.92 

28L00 

646.66 



677.21 
lift. 04 



REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PEINTEE. dVO 

No. 24. — Statetnent tiotmng tlie namu of penom employed in the jniblie printing and 
binding during the fucal year mded Juw 30, 1907, with the tinu each Am ieen employed 
and tht amount each hat reetived, tncltuttn? leave* o/ a6»«i«— Continued. 



TUnB I Piece- Ij 



Time Pisoo- 



3,«» itl,2<3.S0 



QldDtla, UUto... 
Babe.Cha^M... 
Hadlay.C.W.... 



Rudr, EkteB 

Rsgan, Jobn J 

RagBD. UolUo B 

Ragland, H. L« 

Raeiand , Samuel B. . . 

Ralph, Jame» 

Ramey, E. C 

Ramsey, Eleanor B... 
Ramsey.Qeo.U 



Ramwy, W. R 

Ramaperger, 0. H... 

Rfindal], A.l. 

RBii(l«ll,J«rame8... 
Rand.,lpli.nLj=sell... 
Raake, Ida D 



H I 1,210. GO . 

)) l,3l3.3fi . 

I U3.a> . 

H' TIfl. to . 

I I TT1.1Q . 

^ ' 1,S1&I5 . 

( 2,000.00 . 

I I I,Ilg.U . 

H i.iiasi . 

1 ; t.llZDO . 
H 822. Hi- 





R(evu,HanU 


110 

a, 470 




lfiCO.33 


i,i9&Ta 




R«ld,AIb««t 


3.B« 

2,4731 
l,9l» 

1,381 








S3e.u 


HBld,Hiigh 

ReW, Pemy 

RUS.Rou 






2SB.M 



RelDy, Annie C. . 
RdUy.JobiiH... 
RflUf, Joseph... 
RBllly, Patriok.. 



RMlall.JolmE .... 


801 


Ritoliffe-KatharineC 


2, sail 


Rathvon.R H 


2,«e 


Raub. George U 


2,«1 


Ray. DanlrtC 


3,«ti| 


Ray,J.B 


2,104i 


Kfly,JamBsT 


2.!m 











Read, Charles A 2,U7t 

Reagan, Agnes M 

Reaver. Xaggle 

Rpliiio"h„tls,lVlUiu.r.. 2,7121 



Redfleld, Edward 1 

Redfleld, II. J 

Redding, Gilbert.. 
Reed, Harrtson. . , . 

Reed, i^wls 

Reed, W.I 

Reed, Wiley M.... 
Reed, WUUamF... 

Reee, Ed. N 

Koea,Mary 



2,S32J 



Refnmutti. Bd 

Ralseberg. Henry R 
. RalsingeT. C. I,. B.. 

RelM,F.J 

. ' Revells, AddleJ.... 

Rflynolde, A. W 

Rsyaoids, Oeorge... 

Reynolds, James H. 

Reynolds, Robert . . . 

Rhodes. C. P 

Rhodes, Tbamos A. 

Richard, W. F 

Richards, C.B 



Richards. Katie 2,100 



1.290.00 . 

i.osasi . 

1,184 00 . 



1,4S.3I Richard 



2,78]] 1,902.30 . 



,001.38 . 

S7.00 . 

,3B7.0B . 

,398.83 . 

1.8«i 404.01 . 

2,4901 1,334.00 . 

2,M«q 708.73 . 

2,8401 1,402.28 I. 

2,434 1,220.18 . 

l,Tam 1,080.17 . 

2,8581 1,338.10 . 

1,400 203.98 . 

808 . 141.00 . 

2,813 830 03 . 



Richardson. W. H 



, 700.18 . 

1.2W.U . 
1,184.20 . 



820.75 . 

1,103.80 . 

934.23 . 

1,190.78 . 

190.87 . 

1,080; 00 . 



S04 EEPOET OP THE PUBLIC PRINTBB, 

No. 24. — Stalrmenl ghomrig the noma of pertont employed tn tk puUic printmg ttti 

btfuHng dunng thtfitealiifar Fnilf'l Jiuu.30, 1907, wUh the timt emit Im btenemplotti 
and the amount atdi hat reeeited, indudiv^ leavu of abtcfM*— Continued. 



Rldlnc>, Stanlar H.. 


z,6ei 


il,2«0.« 


Rl«lis,Ch«l«y .. 


i.«S! 


770.7* 


Rlidl. WUIlam A .. 


!,M8 


1.224.00 


Rlgg. HomnlT..... 


128 




Rlgglemsn. C, A 


IS 


S.0O 


RIgnoy, Patrick A... 


2,S«S 


1,291.00 


HIley.n.E 




m.sa 








Rfnehart. G. A 


2,S1« 


1,326.94 




I.3H 

1,500 




Rlng.wminmT 


1,270.09 


RlnraoM. D.C 


i,saa 


781. SO 


HlQlt, WlUiamK.... 


2,7721 


1,411.72 


Ripley. Henry L 




«'<.2a 


Ripphard. <K-jrge... 


l.lflB) 


29S.87 


BlMler.J.M 


i.MS 


1,»54.<W 


Ritohle.E.J 






Rltter.CUreoopC... 


<M 


228.00 



Roberta, vanw.... 


7«1 


RobeHon. FrB.lPrtclc. 




RobcrW. .\upiJtiM 1. 


2,6221 


Robert-. D.J 


"365 


Roberta, E.H 


2,*1S1 


Robprt., F.C 


a, Sill 


Robprts.J.T 


2.B8J1 


Robprt-.Jaine.G--, 


2,88Sj 


Rolert^L. A 




Robert". W. A 


2.mi 




2.3001 




2,44H 




2.B02J 


Roboy, ijcnrgc A 


2,914 


Rol*y. MamrftK-, 





RoohB. AnusE 






3, CD 


•nT.tt 


Roche. E.J 


I,DItt 


1,W».M 


Roche. W^tor 


3,3M 


1,102.00 


RochB. Walter T 






Rockwell. Charles H.. 


tJ 


B.» 


Rockwell. W.E 


xm 


T74.M 


Roderick, Frank A... 


a, 618 


1,481.86 


Rodgen.. John W 


i,«i| 


408.79 








Rodway. AUrad 


a,3S8 


1,MM.00 


Roeder.Chflrie»n.... 


a,«s« 


1,337. OS 








R(«eni, Jamea B 


J.S«3 


1,310.73 




a.3«7» 


786.96 


Rogers. Walter E 


J,13« 


1,007.78 


Roger.. William J.... 


»8) 


183.00 


Rogler. Chariei 


a,«« 


1,348.00 


Rohm.E.L 


3,<») 


l,4Bai3 


Rohrman, Arthur F.. 




11. «7 


Rotand.CbariesE.... 


«21 


248 38 


RoUinc, Rlla L 


2.02^ 


888.33 


Rollins. J. Lcater 


.38^ 


011.30 


Romhllt.A.C 


2,«8J 


i,*a.*s 


Ronsn, Kdward.jt... 


2.407 


1.00160 


Rook.H.B 


2,113i 


l.OSO.SO 




a,8«i 


i.sjaoo 


itool.F. M 


2.3TH 


l,l».75 


How.CUnoM 




183. M 








Uowmun. Fanni* 


2,410 





RoUnHon. 
Robin *an. 
Robinson, 
Robin sr>n. 



a.M a3a«7 RoiiloBi 



','w 


Vrthiirll... 


3, SOU 


1.400.10 


e, K, 






1.640.08 


en 111 1 


.v.Lucyli. 


1.072A 


40187 




y. Virginia. 


a,24« 




h. i-:ii 


iiyM 


2,1811 


5*S.« 




n, L. E... 




1, lie 00 


■loan 


Vllrr«l 


2.R771 


1,681. 06 



2,804) 

2,488 
2,744 



H.:3««:: 

n\ Mt.a\.. 



REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 305 

No. 24. — Slalemenl ihowing tht ■nama oj peT»<mt employed in the public prinlvng and 
binihng during the jiseni ytar endt'l Junt SO, 1907. with tht time each bat been empkn/ed 
and the amount «icA hat received, inchuKng Uava of absenet — Continued. 



Name. 


Hours 
ployJd 


Rowley, Frank 


2,628 


Bo*a», Alberta N.. 


-"Mi 






RoxbroughJ, Frert.;. 


tl 


Roy, llamiltoQR.... 








BiKkcl>i«Kliel, Nellie. 




Ruckf-r. Davirt 




Rudy.l-. K 


2,812t 


Rlicly, C, 0.. 


2,1864 


Hull, Vulentino 


2,6SSi 


Huhl.Ch8-,W 


2.!i77 


Kullman.L™ 


i.mii 


Runyan, Annie E... 


Z.132 


Riinyan.L.J 




Rupp, i:harlea F 


312 






Kuppert, Charles K.. 


2,4»4 


Riisa, E. L 




RiiBaoll, A 




RnsaeU. Allan M..., 


i,162 



Time Piece- ' 



I62B.71 152. J3 



m.25 

1,187. 7(i 



2,5Slit ; 1,380. 8ti 

2,S8q I 1,673.28 

2,5?IH I l,X7.«! 

■ <ia72 l,C04.«l 



533 00 1 






2,1B5 




32B.«0 . 




«H.32 












1 


■42.18 


Sauter, Bftlsey F... 


. 2,S261 


1,278. « 













! r,]fi. 24 
I 1,«.^"0 



Ruaacll, AiigiiHtaW.. 



RuKvll, I,. M 

Rtist. .\lhert l).,]r...] 
RiithcrCorcl.jBineiiA. 



1,430.39 . 



i-SOi • 1,3M.70 . 
2,.-|0B ■ 1,!97.SS '. 
S,3%1 I,ITS.2i . 



SrhuEfpr Urtic... 

SchHler, R. J 

Schsflhausen,J.ll.. 



Seheirl, ITiilip 

Sdicwk, Louie .\ 

Schernicrhoni, Cath- 



445. 35 ., Schenii 



Scherlier,C. C. 



ScbeUF 



m, U. .• 



2,U4 



Rynof, KraukR.. 
Sacicy, Nellie M . . 
SflJIcr. Rohert... 



j 1,248.00 
M4 S3 



f.53.71 9cliiWrolh, H.T 

678, le SchUpp, lU'nry . 

eehlnuerer W K 

Schlppfl, Louis r, 

Schley, OeotBB 2,4831 

SehlkA, FredJ ^ 2,1091 

323.80 ScUlck,W.L 2,444 ' 

, Schlossar, nrofg"'.. . tMOi 

'■ Sohmjithon.Williuj.ii.! 2,M3i , 

M4.70 SctiniiJIng, Jowpli W. i,«ei 

8cliinlok,W»lterP... U2 , 

Schmidt, OoorBBT... 



1,184.40 
1,460.M 
724,61 
1,417.61 



1,007.76 
1,222.x 
963.06 



2,4811 ! 797.72 



573,37 
34.16 



30b BBPOBT OF THE PUBLIC PaiHTBR. 

No. 2i.—StaUJtteiU thowmg the mtmef 0/ penonM employed in the public printing mtd 
binding during the fiscal t/car fndtdJuM SO, 1907, vrith the time each hat bten emploptd 
and the amount taeh hat receiud, including Itavet of ai«nte»— CootiDU«d. 



Nunc 


Houn 


Amount cuncd. 

TliM Plew- 
work. work. 


Name. 


pkl^ri. 


Arnnnit 

5sr. 


MIDML 


BDhmid lU 






ft-rvBnt.8untiBlS.... 
aenoD, EroeM 


a.ooit 

•3MA 


107*17 

7n.1t 

!,2St10 




SOLmJdt, WDllam.... 


8M 


Ml«.« 




Hrh^ld-r, r^nl.W.. 


MS. 41 





fichoanciRiAD, Ovo. L. . 
Schooler, WUUun F.. 
Bdtoola;, Elmer E . . ., 
Scbnini Unrliu. .... 

Schralber, E. 

Sehrelber, Seiaphln .. 
Schuhard, Osoige 

ScbulU. Alhcn E .... 
Sctrnll, U « 

adiniM, Puuir .... 

Sohwan, Feidinnnd.- 
Sclisi-lti:ec Cbllit.r. 
flchwing. rnuUcA.... 



Scott, A.N... 

Scott, Anna L 

Scott. Cliff D. 
Scott, E.L... 
Scott, Francis 

Scott, John T 
Scott, I.-M... 

Scott, W. 8... 



3X.li Bliaen, Ulchael 

1,288.06 -.■ ,;, r I :-.' r.-'hU. 

1,»7.1G stialler, Oeorge w.. 



!,7«T| 
2,EMi 1, 



1,071 



□n, Jamea P... 
I, Walter .. 

Edmund 

EmUy C 



M3.M 

: i,sig.ga 
7iai2 

l,47e.HI Sbaw.JobnS.. 

l,2Sa.«i 8ll»w,N.H.... 

1. 448.32 Bhaw.O 

3V7.U BlleB,lI.J 

fil3.M Bbea. Timothy. 



'S.Oi Sheeban. DennJa ' 

«il>7 Sheehan, Joaeph E.... 

2.48 Shoehan, WilliaiDR.. 

'0.19 Sheldon, CUarteaA... 



274 71 '. 

203.60 . 

74E.17 . 

,600.38 . 

.63S.H . 

62&SI . 

.248,00 . 

.254.00 . 

332.40 . 

G51.G1 . 

.077.78 . 

117. W . 

ra.37 . 

INlTO . 

32.00 . 

333.20 . 



Scott, wmiamT.... 

Bcott, Wlnflclil 

florlvenpr V W 

Bcrlvcr AJdlii 

Seuilock, r,eorgeC.. 

Beaman, Hannah 

aeailca. KallcC 

Seariea, Hunt^y 

8>bi««,W.K 



Se^non, J. K 

Sebom, Ororm' II... 
Self, David A 



2,(10} 
2,5281 
Z,6S5 



10.00 StieliDn.OiarlcaR... 

U.M Shelton. Thomas.... 

fiJB.Bl BhPiHird, F.. J... 

i3,27 Sheranl.W.T 

P6.S0 8h»Hs. Carrie B 



Sherfy, J oh 



674.77 Sheridan, F 

135.00 Sheridan. John 

TOl-M Sheridan. T.J 

8I4.2S Shcrifl.C.J 

064.27 Sheriff. DalsC 

,196.11 aherfcy,Jo«ph 

,244.00 Shennan, Oforge L... 

623.31 Sherman, HowaM E . 

,287.75 Sherman. J, W 

0045.1 Sbennan. Minnie B... 



■■\:z\' 



1,438.80 . 

1,345.17 . 

218. ao . 

330.37 . 



2,081| 1,528.60 . 



.... Bhlnnen.J.C 

,... Shipley. Fkti-hor V... 

.... Shipley, Lewis H 

.... Bhipman.NellleH.... 
1 Days.] 



,370) 1,385.01 . 

660.55 . 

1,102.60 . 

191.00 . 

i,aax07 . 

1,777. DO . 

4nE0 . 



EEPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTEE. 307 

No. 24. — Statement showing the nama of periont employed in the public priTtting and 
binding during thfjitcal year ended June 30, 1907, with the time each hat been em-played 
andlthe amount each htu received, including leave» c/abtence — Continued. 



AmouDt »inu)d . 
I Time ! Plfce- 






Amount «ani*d.' 



Shirley, Ida V.H 2,1(B) ' Ma7.T7 | 

Bbock, Mary 1,381 | 1W7.70 I 

Sboemaker, J. C Z,63J4 tmi 

ahomo, T. W "3811 I J,S79.88 ' 

ShoH, E. E 1,TK I 1,874.7! 1 

Shreve, Robert L l,B4S <W.M ' 

Sbutterly, Charlu S. . 023} ' S36. U 

Sibley, J 

SIbrr, JamreJ 2,232) t,lie.2J , 

8M»Tl, Frank 2,180 i 1,090.00 

aidil, Martin •329 ' 7«.26 

Slewers, M. De W.... 2,700) . 1,307.8! ' 

Siereobere, Uary 

SlUen, E. A: 3,B2^ B33.74 

Silence. AddIs W 2,676) OeO.SZ ' 

aiU.W.a 2,633) 1,3*526 

SlJIiiririn, H<'lcu<; aJSO? 1,46283 

SilBby, OeoTKe W., Ir . a IS I& 00 . 

SllTOr. Margaret i>3S3i 817.21 

31ivprlj6rg,Jo8cph.... 2,«7 l,2»l,«l 

eimiis,John.\ .... 18 B.80 [ 

Simmniis, Charlea L.. 3,029) SOe.00 ! 

Hlnimgna,Mary P.... 2,488 621.50 

SimiiiB, Emanuel 2,679} 723.12 

Simme, Robert F 789) 481.15' 

Simons, H.O "384,'. 2,268.09 

airoonB.W.F 2,40(« 1.28S.10 

Simpson, Robert 2,782 708.80 

aimpson.S.M 2,616J 1,334,80 

Sim a. a. Robert 682 293.90 

Sims, SI. E 2,8221 828.29 

ain«]oton, Joseph 2,147 669.98 

ainsleton. OtltJ 2,814) 1,528.13 

Singleton, Fcter 2,186) 663.93' 

Singleton, W. H 1,172 888.00 

Sinn, J. L.. 2,333) 1,167. 80 I 

Blphflt, W. M : 2,634 1,323.86 ' 

SlrloulB, J. F 2,496 1,247.60 

SlBBon.Anna 1,173 2M37 j 

Sivertsen, B. O 2,340) 1,172.40 | 

SItcr. Charles U 2,485) 1,242.90 i 

Skain.W.T ' 2,238 1,118.00' 

Skeen, W. D 2,580) 1,24544. 

Skelly, Joseph R 732 373.32 1 

Skclly.Julia 888) 267.01' 

SUtrr, Howard C 2,646 040.96 | 

Blater.JohnY 2,664) 1,376 «S i 

Slater, Robert A 2,664 1,533.26 ' 



Smith, .* 

I^"^*"'' 

833.73 1 Smith, Jl 



. , Smith, 
I Smith, 
. Smith, 



ti, Birt 

li,C.C 

Charles £... 

ChartBsW.. 

Clinton N... 

David 

EUonO 

EmmaF.... 



I Smith, E 

' Smlth.B 

I 8mith,J 

Smith, 

' Smith, 

I Smith, 

'I Smith, 

Smith, 

I Smith, 

j Smith, 

, j Smith, 

Smith, 

Smith, 

402.32 I Smith, 
Smith, 

Smith,! 

i amlth.T 



John II.... 
JohnP 

L.E 

Lomia E. . . 

M.T 

Maggie K.. 
Nellie 



Sajnuel C . . 
SuniHlP.. 
Stephen 



1,327.26 . 

723.81 . 

e».27 . 

807.04 . 

209.32 . 

049.80 . 

295 20 . 



1, Flora Ballard. 



.602 34 
91526 . 
622 84 < 



808 BEPOET OF THE PUBLIC PRIKTER. 

No. 24. — Statement ihoioing the nama of perioat employed in the public printing and 
binding during the jiteol y.ar nulcd J,in' SO, 1907,v/iththe time each ha$ been empU/j/td 
and the amount each hoe received, including kavet of a&KTiCf— Continued. 



I Amount mrned. , 



Time Pleoe- 









Smith, Wm. Ilcnneu 
flmilhsor, John T .. 
Bmoot, AmftDda E . . 
Smoot, Avery E — 



Speuce, J a 
Spencer. C 



2,3e4 (1,301.18 

2,43Si 1,264.60 

Spencer.J.C ■ 2,130 l,0i0,45 

Spencer, Kalharln«K.' 2.I17I 1,3II.»& 

Spencer.M 2.5811 I.4IIK5 

Sperle, Charlei | 2.3TSi T2&.10 

Spiker, TIIukJ 2.«e 630.20 

.^inljium. Kmlly A....' <"60(i IftSB 



, 2,«> 



e. J) t 





. 2,640) 






Bnrder, Olga P 


, 2,23n 


eoydor, Su^eU...- 


am 






Sol™, AraeS 


■ 2.m 






Bdlen, William A.. 


■j.m 


eolDmBO, £il ward . . 


- I.Mli 







Sprai 



1163,10 Sprtgg*, Daniel, ir. 

SfiO.BS Hprigg!. llmr>- 

24g.1L 428.12 Spriggs.U.E 

2B5.K3 , SprtgWlej, r. S.,., 

613,12 StacH.Robert T.... 

1,234,20 aiwUlst Jacob.... 

824,80 BtaWer, E 



Me.7< 



S7813 



SoDWi. Bright It .... 
Songiter Tbomaa.. 

Bothnroti, Jessie 

Soulier. Sadie U.... 



StandeiimiL^iT W. I 
St anforii. Clayton... 

Stanley. E. P 



2,3% 1,197.50 . 

2,379 5M.7S . 

2,66IH 1. 077.62 . 

304 162.SX . 
2,247) 



■rri'.» 



BpamiK-. HobbM 
SpauMing, .«. T.. 

epeaks.M.J 

Bpear. Hiram.... 
Speed. ?:mma.... 
Speelnmn.M.K.. 
Speer, Jamen T . . . 
Bpelswr, M.K.... 



Stark. William >37I1 

Starr.R.r 2..^l2i 

StPtd.J.X 2,2»2 

Steele, Dora 1.048 

. Steele, Ella 2.288 

. Steele. liraeeV 

. StM>le. I'liillpS ' 2.683} 

. St»*ly. I.. B 1.134 

S(»in. Joiephine .V 2.406 

eteker Joseph 2.4161 

. flteUe Jonrphfl 2,4M 

. Stpiii1.1e,<:«>rge.M...' 2,8761 

Stenner, H<il*rt E.... 2,5»BJ 

StfpUpns.O. W 1,404 

StephMH. Mamie »... 1121 

, Slephensiin. K. T. ... 2,471J 



2,7B2l 1,421.27 . 
60S 315.70 . 

2,5061 I,34a24 . 



2,250 
2,5741 
2.560 



1 aei.is 
2s.ao 

502.10 



1.346.75 . 

753.30 . 
78O00 . 



REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 



309 



No. 24. — Statement showing the names of persons employed in the public printing and 
binding during the fiscal year ended June SO, 1907 , vnth the tim^ each has been employed 
and the amount each has received, inclvding leaves of absence — Continued. 



Name. 



Hours 

em- 
ployed. 



Amount earned. 



Time 
work. 



Stevens, H. W 

Stevens, June : . 

Stevens, K ' 

Stevens, M. V. B 

Stevens, S. W ' 

Steven.s, Thomas A.. . 

Stewart, A. T 

Stewart, Alexander B. 

Stewart, Frank 

Stewart, James F 

Stewart, John T 

Stewart. Maud E 

Stewart. Samuel C 

Stewart, W. A 

Stewart. Walter C 

Stickley, Thomas M . . 
Stlckney, Rosamond 

K 

Stidham. A. D 

Stidham, B. L...' 

Stimson, Sarah E 

Stino, Harriet 

St. John, Emma B 

Stockbridgo, Emily P. 

Stockman, Jas. A 

Stockton. Winf red L . 

Stoddard, 11. W 

Stolp, Louis W 

Stono, George H 

Stono, James F 

Stono, NeUie M 

Stoops, J B 

Storch, Fred. J 

Stout. C. H 

Stowell, John F 

Straslx^rger. Leroy . . . 

Strawn, H. L 

Stnvt, F. W 

Stretch, Charles A 

Stribling, C. K 

Strieker, W. F 

Strickrott 

Stroh 

Strohmcyer, Eugene.. 

Strong, Fannie 

Stnidley, E. A 

Stuart, William M.... 

Stull, Goo. H 

Sturgis, John R 

Sturgis. Margaret 



2,753i $1,473.70 



2,215 

2,567 

2,494 
236 

2,4S2 
48 
600^ 
84U 
467 
213 
423i 
16 

1.500 

1,3081 

al44,»4 

208 
2,69U 
2,511 
l,853i 
513 
1,889 
2,284} 



553.74 

1,503.49 

876.03 

66.40 
624.95 

12.00 
308.45 
433.15 
235.35 

62.84 

213. 12 

8.00 

375.33 

362.38 

361.61 

106.72 

1.418.75 

1,261.65 

340.50 

128.00 

472.10 

1,148.65 



Piece- 
work. 



Name. 



a 371 
2,360 
2,452 
2,742} 
1,171 
a358 
1,136 
2,571i 
2,486} 
2,415i 
a365 
2,422 
2,669} 
2,488 
2,473 
2,804} 
2,430} 
716 
2,774} 

422} 
2,340 
2,538} 
2,792} 



1,001.70 

1,253.20 

1,227.10 

697.82 

301.48 

869.79 

569.60 

1,032.04 

675.33 

627.53 

2,000.00 

1,392.56 

1,415.46 

1,244.72 

1,260.62 

1,444.92 

1,215.80 

367.40 

705.32 

1,253.46 

211.25 

1,372.22 

1,488.06 

710.63 



Sturm, Edward H 

$596. 1 1 Stutsman, Charles. . . . 

Sugg, Charles R 

, Sullivan, Abbie 

Sullivan, Charles F. . . 

Sullivan. Daniel P 

Sullivan. Ed. A 

SuUivan, J. M 

Sullivan. John 

Sullivan. John C 

Sullivan, John F 

534. 45 Sullivan. Robert E . . . 

Summers. Charles W . 

Summers. R. W 

Surguy. Arthur E 

Suit. Florence E 

Sutor, L. P 

Sutton, H. 8.... 

Sutton, James H 

Swain, B. H 

Swain. Emma 

Swank. John 

Swarzman, Elate V... 

Swayne, E. B 

Swazfaber, O. W 

530.69 Sweeney, Catherine. . . 

Sweeney, H. B 

Sweeney, Maggie 

Sweeney, Martha L. . . 

Sweeney. R. H 

Sweeney, W. H 

Sweeny, Patrick 

Sweet, Bessie O 

Sweet, Riley A 

Sweetman, M. M 

Swerdfiger, J. H 

Swetland. M. E 

Swett, EllaA 

Swick. J. Edwin 

Swiggett. Harry L . . . 

Swinburne, J. B 

' Swinburne, Michael J. 

Sydnor, Ellen F 

Sydnor, Mary C 

Sylvester, Oeorge W. . 

' Symonds, Arthur J. . , 

Syphax, Lizzie B 

Szegedy. E. G 

Tabler, E. H 

, Tafl. Andrew 

a Days. 



Hoars 
em- 
ployed. 



2,378} 
2,583 
a 364} 



Amount earned. 



Time 
work. 



$1,186.28 
1,650.51 
1,324.23 



Piece- 
work. 



$531.29 



2,477 
905} 
2,003 
2,228 
2,621 
2,496 
1,899} 
2,680 
2,831} 
a365 
2,641 
1,529} 
2,626} 

a 372 
2,512 
2,512} 
2,656 
2,446 
2,660 
2,494} 
2,424} 
363 
2,565} 



1,243.30 

524.85 

1,061.59 

558.20 

765.85 

1,248.00 

962.55 

1,507.60 

1,688.87 

1,773.24 

1,550.94 

382.42 

1,328.52 

1,377.05 

840.15 

1,278.83 

631.38 

668.77 

614.77 

1,579.83 

1,460.00 

609.95 

186.95 

645.24 



16.64 



18.72 



491.18 



819 
2,600 
2,196 



204.75 
1,527.43 
1,098.00 



608.84 



2,963} 
2,485 
2,674} 
2,708 



932.83 
1,247.40 
1,341.50 

092.57 



715.82 



2,309 
416} 

2,583} 
294} 
425} 

2,606} 

2,404 
40 

2,377} 

2,572} 
658 

2,600 



1,154.60 
238.65 

1,470.60 
148.95 
10&37 
730.16 

1,257.00 

24.00 

694.46 

649.45 

329.25 

1,260.40 



810 BEPOET OF THE PUBLIC PBIKTEB. 

No. 24.— Statement thowing the lumet o/perioru employed in the jmbUe printing and 
bindiTtg during the fiscal \jcar t-ndid J um SO. i:iii:,mth the tims each hat been mploiftd 
and the ftotint each ha$Tteeived,i7ielvdinglMve$ of abtmee—Coatiaued. 






Amount euned. 

Tinw Piece- 
work, wo A. 



T»rt,E.A 2,MZ ll,U2.10 

T^.LotII*V 13 : 8.00 

Tagart. Annlp : 2,SM ' 6M.80 

Tiggait. Courtney B. "ITlj! ll-W 

TBlI-AiftleA I 

Talbot. lUsgfe I 

T»lbot,F.J a.SMj I 1,2I«.S5 

Tllbott.W.T !,«• ail. 10 

Talley.Ma; 1,89! ' tTi.K 

Tallman. Oeoige B . . . 2,S20] : l,4T4.M 

TKimr, AMnJ 2,001 1,000,50 

Tanner, W.B a,«S j l.MO.M 

Teppsn.UiramR.... 2,fi04 6%. 40 

Tappan. William F... 2,M8i 1,336.10 

Tarboi. K. L 2,3S2 1.008.91 

Tarboi.WillLamA... "2S1 810.69 

Tajlor.A.E 2,«4i 1,W7.0S 

Taylor. C. R Z,33S l,fi79.N0 

Taylor. CbnrWaH.... J,S70i 1,186.72 

Taylor. Cbaiie* e Z,K<0 1,«S.12 

Taylor.D.A 1,800) 318.10 

Taylor, E. P. 1,S041 391.12 

Taykn.H.A Z.SOI 1,2S1 76 

Taylor, Hfnry 2,«Mi l.wo.io 

Taylor, Ira 2,6271 l.«l.lO 

Taylor.J.lI 2,«a 769. « 

Taylor, James Sluart. 1,«0 837,15 

Taylor.JeueM SMi S08.I0 

Taylor, Kathertne V.. 2,3511 633.01 

Taylor. L. K l,bm I, «1 ,78 

Taylor.UaryE I,8i71 464.43 

Taylor. Richard 2,S071 «27,04 

Taylor. BowlBJidC... 6311 317,85 

Taylor.a.W l.TM 902.(15 

Taylor, W. W 2, 3861 1, 193- 75 

Taylor, William L,.., 2,8501 l,4U.»e 

Teiiclhoff, Carl R 2,XW) l,2G2.b5 

T«chiiian,F.r.,]r... 2,203* 1,101.75 

Tellnr, Cliario" 2,CS 970.04 

Tellyr, Rertlia K 2,276 1,141.60 

TempUr, II. W 2,845 1,881,02 

TenK-y. May 2, S231 6«. 73 

Teiry, IlattloJ 2,77M 70a«B 

Terry,Hyn«iK \ i,u»\ "^" 

Ti!rTy,KaW8 2,418 80400 

Terry, l.ewH 610 306,00 

Terry,MftryF 1,840 464 81 

Terry. Oliver C. C3B 176. 47 



«eo. 



Terry, Walter H 

TarwUllgnr (i"OTpi.,- 
Tenri!H',K.T -.,, 
Ti-itor FrPd J ,,, 
Tliafkiua, ForrcslS.. 
537.07 Thayer, Coiinm-j C, , 
Thayer, George II 

Tbaikar, NpUle 

Thlilon, Rodney I..., 

Thomas, B.Il., 



11.237.00 . 

! 473.M . 

1,070. «l , 

1,352.99 . 

1,«3.38 . 

t,6S7.31 . 

396.S0 . 

1,2M.50 . 



580.88 Thomas, 



as, UuieM,,,. 


2,2661 




2.6821 


as Richard 


2,388 


us, RolwrtC, 


2,7M1 




2.3« 


p«m, Frank M, 


2.7701 


I««n,Geo, r,,Jr, 


090 



II..JI- 


1,2M 


33C1BI 


Tliomjison. Zach 


a 138 


668.34' 




2,446 




Tluirii, llrnJamioT.. 


3.480 


630-00 


Thorn'', i-harleaE,,,, 


2, MO) 




Thorn.., , John M 


2,098 


863.00 


Thornton, .\dd1c I.. 


2,3m 


678.73 




2,M31 




Thornton. J. I 


x» 


81.00 




2,3601 


1,133.16' 


Thornton. Will lam D. 


tm 


418. 4S 


Throckmorton, K. B . 


1.976 


817.61 








Tlitii'li, '.'Iv ilV.. 


«3»4<i' 


l,2>0.01 


■n,ll(:.I..j. ill.,,]. ■ A . 


2,«0 1 


1,338.40 


Tlhblts, J. K 


2,*m 


1,481.» ' 


Tlimor.r, w 


3.511 , 


813.78 


Tlnnor, Ham J,.,... 


3,617) 


173.07 








Tll(rtim«n,A,I 






Tllffhman. ,t. W 


3,181 


ni.3o' 



BEPOBT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTEB. 



311 



No. 24. — Statement showing the names of persons employed in the public printing and 
binding during the fiscal year ended June 30 ^ 1907 ^ with the time each has been employed 
and the amount each has received, including leaves of absence — Continued. 



Name. 



^ Amount earned. 

Hours I 

«i^^Ih i Time I Piece- 
ployed, ^ojj^^ ^orj,^ 



TiUey, H. G 

Tilley, Stephen B. . . 

TiUey, T. G 

TIsdale, N. T 

Tisdel, Alton P 

Tivomy, Ida V 

Tlverny, Theophll.. 

Todd, Blanche 

Toepfer, Anna M . . . 

Tolson, S 

Tompkins, A. T 

Tompkins, C. K 

Tompkins, H. F 

Tompkins, Henrietta.' 
Tompkins, Kate A . . .^ 

Tomlin, Joseph I 

Tomlinson, Ida M . 



2,787i 
2,301 
2,503i 
2,867i 
a365 
2, 6901 
a368 



$710. 31 
1,153.90 
633.62 
734.18 
1,626.81 
682.61 
828.00 



Sfi06.56 



Name. 



a 139 



229.99 



2,322 i 1,161.00 

2,530^ 1,645.54 

2,550 1,276.75 

2,249} 563.44 



54.51 
567.07 



Tong, Mildred. 



1 ''' 1 
I 2,066J i 



Tooly, L. B 

Topham, Richard B. 
Toppen, Alfred W . . . 

Torrey, Earl G 

Tosh, Alex 

Touey, J. M 

Town, H. C 

Towner, H. M 



138 
a357i 

052 

2,066i 

a326 

979 
2,503i 
2,514 
2,208 

752 



71.20 
919.70 

621.26 



Townsend, F. S . 



To wnsend, Florence E 

Townsond, R. L 

Tower, Elizabeth A . . 
Toy, James C 

Toy, James M 



733.50 
573.48 
> 832.25 
I 1,545.20 
I 1,106.72 
' 376.00 
2,576i ! 1,253.79 
2,676} I 1,343.52 

a41 ij 
2,184 If 
2,233i I 568.37 
l,761i i 1,011.20 
2,266t»^ 669.72 
a363 



780.29 



J a 214 1 
I 1,163 1 



Trainham, E. N 

Trammell, J. V 

Travis, Charles N 

Travis, Grace E 

Travis, Thomas J 

Tread way, Clifford A. 
Trefts, Allie 



Tretier, J. E 

Trimble, Frank R . . . 
Trogner, Charles F . . , 

Trudeau, E. L 

Trudgian, J. B 

True, William F 

Trundle, Alice C 



a 214 
1,163 
758i 
2,487 

2,65U 
al81,\! 
2,363^ 
2,379i ! 
2,491 { 
a295 • 

368i 
2,520 I 



959.65 

828.11 

384.29 
621.81 
1,494.71 
301.06 
1,214.11 
1,189.75 
1,249.40 

I 849.69 

1,350.61 



2,653} 1,732.26 



2,431 i 1,428.23 
2,068 ' 1,066.97 
2,440} : 620.46 



Tubman, Anna 

Tuck, F. A 

I Tucker, Arthur F... 

I I Tucker, Clinton R... 

I Tucker, Frank 

i Tucker, Joseph W... 

Tuite, John I 

Tune, EdnaH 

Tune, L. A ! 

613. 03 Tune, Thomas E 

Tunnell, Kate S 

Tunniclitf, John F.... 

I Tuohey, Bridget A . . . 

Tuohy, T. F 

TurbervlUe, G. R. L. . 

Turkenton, Mary 

Tumbull, Andrew 

Turner, Harriet B 

Turner, J. A. D 

Turner, William A. H. 

Tuttle, George A 

T^uttle, Lewis C 

Twiggs, C.E 

Twitchell, Frank A... 

Tyrrell, Carle L 

Tyson, D. W 

Uber, William A 

Udell, Mattie. 

Ullrich, W.F 

Underwood, H. C 

Unger, C. J 

Unkefer, A. C 

Upleger, Margaret C. 

Upperman, Emma F . 

Urban, Anna M 

Umer, Mary N 

Umer, Nina 

Ut£,H. A 

Va^, Charles J 

Van Arsdale, Ida 

Vanarsdell, James W. 

Van Bibber, W.H.... 

Van Buren, Harvey. . 

Vance, Alice R 

VanDeBogert, H.... 

Vandercook, O. B 

Vandeventer, B. L . . . 

Vandeventer, C. F 

Van Deveoter, M. J . . 

Van Kirk, Lucy H . . . 



Hours 

em- 
ployed. 



2, 787 J 
2,670 
16 
2,474i 
206 
1,456} 
2,572i 
2,393 
2,310 
2,492 
2,702 
a368 
2,480i 
2,510 
2,514) 



Amount earned. 



Time 
work. 



$716.50 

1,346.70 

8.00 

618.75 

104.00 

372.86 

1,294.45 
598.24 
577.47 
872.20 
689.80 
976.91 
535.11 

1,468.35 
881.56 



2,599i 

2,225) 

2,247 

2,656) 

2,334 

2,501} i 



1,383.72 
556.36 
1,323.37 
1,336.76 
1,496. 17 
1,420.40 



937 
2,496 
1,820) 
2,628) 



234.29 

624.00 

455.52 

1,324.45 



42.16 



a 371 
1,952 

298) 
2,496 

61 
2,301) 



467.89 



70.61 



2,107^ 

2,349) 

2,368 

2,496 

2,542 

2,562) 

2,473) 

1,379} 

2,780} 

2,656 

2,602) 

2,680 



176}} 



977.50 
1,141.92 

178.34 
1,173.12 

150.00 

575.48 



628.46 

687.37 

1,184.00 

1,248.00 

674.32 

1,298.94 

1,262.36 

398.46 

707.06 

1,470.82 

1,046.84 

72L99 



Piece- 
work. 



$653.79 



262.97 



553.36 



410.97 



672.24 
32.80 



484.60 
610. 15 



a Days. 



312 



BEPOBT OF THE PUBLIC PMNTEB. 



No. 24. — Statement showing the names of persons employed in the public printing and 
binding during the fiscal year ended June 30 ^ 1907 j with the time each has been employed 
and the amaunt each has received y including leaves of absence — Continued. 



Name. 



Hours 
em- 
ployed. 



Amount earned. 



1 Time 
work. 



Piece- 
work. 



Van Matre, Kate 

Van Norman, £. S . . . 
Van Overmeer, J. P . . 

Varbeck, Lucy 

Vaughan, C. A 

Vau^an, Richard T . 

Veatch, James E 

Veriander, W. R 

Vernon, Emma E 

Verrosso, Tony 

Viles, VolerV 

Vipond, Benjamin L 

Vleit, Clarence J 

Vogel, Conrad T 

Vogelweyd, Nannie.. 
Vogler, William M... 

Vogt, Louis C 

Vogts, Edward A 

Vosburgh, George E. 

Vose, E. A 

Waddey, Jennie E 

Waddlcton, Annie E 

Wade, Charles 

Wade, John J 

Wade, Martha J 

Wade, Margaret 

Wade,T. L 

Wadhams. Henry D. 

Wadsworth, A.J 

Wagman, Herman D 

Wagner, J. W 

Wagner, Lillian E . . . 
Waite, Fannie W.... 

Wakefield, F. I 

Wakefield, Samuel A 

Walde, Wm. O 

Walker, A. K 

Walker, Bettie 

Walker, Edward 

Walker, Mary E 

WaU, S. R 

Wallace, Ella M 

Wallace, F. B 

Wallace, Frank 



I 



$589.46 



Name. 



Walmsley, Edwin. 



Hours 
em- 



AnuMint eamfld. 






Wallace, James K. 

Wallace, P. 8 

Wallace, PaulM.. 

Waller, John 

WaUing, Rose 

Wallrath, Rose M. 



2,504 $626.68 Walmsley, M. E 

2, 484J ; 1,250.65 Walsh, Jerry 

2,44(^1 533.86 Walsh, John E \ 

2,132 1,247.22 Walsh, Kate 

3,038J 846.68 i Walsh, Mary 

2,633i 1,339.52 Walsh, P. A 

2,393i 1,511.88 Walsmith, W. F 

2,082i 520.60 Walston, John R 

2,596 746.65 Walter, My ra T 

2,630 1,697.43, Walters, A niiie 

a30 83.34 Walters. D. R 

2,649 11,440.87 Walters, May G 

2,489J 1,29L79 Walters, T. V i 

2,5031 626.27 Walton, David S 

424 216.60 Walton, Stephen T... 

2,5891 1,425.05 Waple,J.F 

135i 67.75 Ward,A.J 

2,469i 1,234.90 Ward, F.J 

2,448 611.99 Ward, L. M 

2,564 653.12 Ward, R. F 

663.03 Ware,J.M 

1,258.85 Waring,M.C 

213.90 Wamdorfl, August J . 

441. 61 Warner, Edwin N . . . . 

634.29 Warren, Charles M... 

1,328.75 Warren, Charles N... 

535.65 Warren, F.E 

1,371.22 Warren, George S 

140.20 Warren, Henry 

622. 32 Warren, Sanford M. . . 

10L75 War\%'ick,J.F 

105. 25 463. 60 Washburn, Edith 

1,285.95 Washington, Robert . 

1,219. 75 Washington, Samuel . 

1,246. 00 Washington, Wm. H . 

1,178.00 Wasson,H.(' 

291.87 Wass<)n,J()hn 

108.28 Waterman, Jason 

651.00 Waterman, T.J 

1,250.50 Waters, .\nnie 

l,2«n.66 Waters, Edwin R 

1,607. 42 Waters, Kva I 

2,000.00 Waters, (J ef>rgeM 

Waters, Mary C 

Watkins, Emma S 

1,068.85 Watkins,H.A 

307.30 Watkins, Harry A ... 

501. 24 \ Watkins, N 

573.30 Watkins, W.F 



2,417i $1,20&8D 

2,278 57a 00 

2,4Q6i 1,336.57 

2,516^ 1,263.07 



$43.13 



588u7D 



2,474 
2,448 
2,584 
1,648 
2,316ik 



61&40 

1,224.00 

l,5ia66 

515.00 

579.11 



2,448 
al787 
2,552i 
2,584i 
2,708} 
3,057 
244 
2, 651 J 
1,475J 



629.50 
290.05 

cHjD.dO 

1,515.40 

1,478.43 

861.05 

132.40 

1,331.22 

368.87 



2,603i 1,321.86 
2,651i 1,380.05 



2,512^ 

415 
1,7644 
2,520f 
2,640 

924} 
2,553 

277 
2,489 

407 

421 
2, 557 J 
2,439i 
2,492 
2,356 
1,401 

247i 
2,204 
2,616 
2,618J 
2,5604 
a365 
a 109 
1,896} 
2,096 

597 
2,3644 



2,526} 
2,220 
416 

2,486 

2,432i 

2,108 

2, 1514 

a365 

2,649 



876.61 
1,110.86 

214.66 
1,297.67 
1,243.16 
1,228.92 
1,099.72 
1,076.16 
1,600.47 

767.67 



2,210 

2,6664 

2,5134 

1,824 

371 

2,557 



662.50 
761.14 
646.06 
014.80 
020.03 
1,408.17 



2,774} 1,467.08 



I a 109 J 
I 1,896} j 



1,721.49 



2,448 

2,578 

a 361 

2,324 

«71H 
2,474 
2,462 



1,224.00 ' 
700.06 
001.07 : 
682.10 I 
116.31 ! 

1,476.77 I 



1,575.55 



676.22 



Watson, Blair F. 



2,512} 1,470.87 
2,302 058.34 

2,1644 1,082.26 



554.36 



03.00 



655.22 



508.36 



38.34 



a Days. 



REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 



313 



No. 24. — Statement showing the names of persons employed in the public printing and 
binding during the fiscal year ended June SO^ 1907 y with the time each has been employed 
and the amount each has received, including leaves of absence — Continued. 



Name. 



Hours 

em- 
ployed. 



Amount earned. 



Time 
work. 



Piece- 
work. 



Name. 



Watson, Eliza A a 4? 

Watson, Frank W. . . . 2, 694} 

Watson, H.C 2,51^ 

Watson, James M 709i 

Watson, Joseph C 2,612J 

Watts, Lewis D 2,623J 

Watts, M . Rosella .... 742 



18.86 $503.19 I Wells, James. 

1,478.78 Welsh,C.H 

882.25 Welsh, Charles B 

359.29 Welsh,EmoryC 

1,418.15 Welsh,JohnE 

847.33 i Welsh,Norris 

188.30 Welsh, W.L 

Watt8,NatG 2, 711i 1,444.24 Wendal, Isaac H 

Watts, Walter....... 324 i 198.45 Wemekc, F. M 

Way, Edith 547.12 ' Weser, Rosa R 

Way,WUllI 2,363 1,181.50 West, Annie M 

Wayson.JohnE 817i 455.05 West, Catherine J ... . 

Wayson, MaryA 2,363 590.75 West, Israel M 

Weaber, George T.... 2,628 1,268.65 West, James A 

Weavcr,J.M 2,153J 1,077.82 ! West, Jolm W 

Weaver, W.T 2,932 725.27 West, Joseph F 

Webb,ArthurC 2,600J 1,484.87 We8t,M.T 

Webb,EUasS 2,619 1,325.90 Westdal. Stephen Th. 

Webb,narryC 2, 528 J 1,450.70 Westlake, Beulah E . . 

Webb.JohnC 2,346J 1,173.25 Weston. Charles F ... . 

Webb,JohnS 2,595J 724.32 Weston, Frederick F . 

Webb.WalterH 2,367 1,217.46 Wetmore, George W . . 

Weber,FredE 2, 415J ' 1,207.75 Wetzel. EmU P 

"^ ll645 12 Weyand.H.S 

973i j' Whalen, James W.... 

Weber.M.K 580.02 Whaley, Maggie 

Weber, Philip H., Jr.. 2,398i 1,199.25 Whall, Edward G ... . 

Weber, William H.... a363i 1,587.81 Whalley, IsabeUa R . . 

Webster.E.M 2,492i 1,251.39 Whamond. Fred G . . . 

Webster, G 581.44 ^Vheat. E. M 

Webster, O.S 2,390i 1,196.45 Wheatley, William... 

Webster, Ulysses G .. 1,950 983.40 Wheeldon. L. D 

Webster, W.F 2,202i 1,101.25 Wheeler. George 

Weckerly, Sara V .... 2,307 590.86 Wheeler. Ha zanrd 

Weeks,C.C a365 1,718.76 Wheeler, James H.... 

1,388.51 Wheeler. John II.. \.. 

1,207.75 Wheeler. Leta M 

1,100.75 , Whelan, Jennie C 



Hours 

em- 
ployed. 



2,964 

2,495i 

2,442J 

2,318 

2,467i 

2,611i 

2,460 

2,588i 

2,340 

2,496 

2, 204 J 



Amount earned. 



Time 
work. 



$772.60 

1,247.75 

1,221.25 

768.85 

735.20 

922.87 

1,233.60 

749.65 

1,373.91 

624.00 

551.16 



Piece- 
work. 



$74.20 
623.46 



Weber. Henry W 



2,665i 
2.769} 
3,324f 
2,51H 
2,696i 
2,580i 

<»17 
2,479i 
2,496 
2//24i 
2,337 
2^618i 

478) 



673.09 

1,659.86 

865.55 

627.91 

966.21 

1,409.65 

28.33 

1,313.27 

1,867.06 

1,455.38 

948.63 

1,667.61 

241.80 



610.66 



Weeks, L.D 2,511J 

Weidman, J.M 2,415i 

Wcidman, John C i 2,201i 



Weidman, G.F 2, 555i 1,396.40 Whipper. C. B 

Weir, Thomas 2.660 723. 16 ' Whipps. Wm. H.. . 

Weiss, W.J 2,497 1,249.20 Whitacre. Albert . . 

Weitzol.JolmB 2,568} 1,286.52 | Whitcomb. H. D . . 

Welborn.K.B 2,674 775.85 j White. Alice R ... . 

Welch, Alice 575.19 ' White. B 

Welch, Annie A 2,414i 614.40 53.17 White, Bernard. . . 

Welch, Frank 2,535 1,366.84 | White. Cora W ... . 

901.10 White, Dora S 

496.12 White. Edna S.... 

1,208.00 White. Edward A . 

Wells. ]•: 622.96 . White, F. A 

Wells, H.l 2,488i 1,248.65 j White, Frank 

a Days. 
18937— S. Doc. 5, 60-1 21 



2,607i 
2,311i 
2,363 
364} 
40 
2,583i 
0362 
2,509 
294 
408 
437i 
1,627 
650 
2,486 
2,629 
2,292i 



1,132.83 

677.86 

1,181.50 

1,925.91 

10.00 

1,405.16 

1,039.47 

1,257.76 

74.30 

204.00 

218.76 

381.76 

276.00 

786.14 

1,326.06 

1,162.46 



273.60 



2,236i 
2,160 



1,123.66 
638.20 



Welch, George F 3,471 

Welch, William H.... 1,840J 
Wells, Churles W 2,416 



668.10 
640.80 



2a 36 
302.46 
496.83 



2,603^ 

2,496 

2,588} 



1,419.64 
1,248.00 
1,382.17 



REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 



315 



No. 24. — Statement shomng the names of persons employed in the public printing and 
binding during the fiscal year ended June SO, 1907 , with the time each has been employed 
and the amount each has received^ including leaves of absence — Continued. 



Name. 



ITours 
em- 
ployed. 



Amount earned. 



Time 
work. 



I Piece- 
work. 



Name. 



WUson, J. C 

Wilson, J. E 

WUson, J. L. C 

Wilson, Mary E 

WUson, Nelie 

Wilson, O.L 

WUson, R.C 

Wilson, Thomas 

Wilton, W.C 

Wilver,'E. J 

Wine, Joseph 8 

Winfield, Emery R... 

Wing,CUntonF 

Winne, E. L 

Winsey, Herbert 

Winslow, Richard A.. 

Wirt, Catharine L 

Wi8e,CoraE 

Wise, Mary 

Wise, Samuel G 

Wise, WilUam E 

Wisener, L. A 

WithaU, Judson J 

Witzel, Julius 

Wolfe, Bert V 

Wolfe, Elias 

Wolff, A. J 

Wood, A. L 

Wood, Alice G 

Wood, Clarence O 

Wood, Edward J 

Wood, J. H.. 

Wood, J. M 

Wood, James 

Wood.M 

Wood, Warren C 

Woodcll, E. II 

Woodell, JohnC 

Woodend, Emma F . . 

Woodford, E. B 

Woodford, Edward II 
WoodgHto, George J. . 
Woodruff, PriscillaC. 

Woods, Ada 

Woodward, L 

Woolnough, C. W 

Woolscy, Emma 

Woolls, Stephen 

Work, Bessie E j 

Wormley, Estellc M.. 



2,680 l$l,445.85 



2,3971 
2,516i 
2,496 
2,655^ 

2,520) 
2,554 
3,047) 
2,637i 
a365 
668 
l,773i 
2,638) 
2,511 
651) 
136 
2,110 



Hours 
em- 
ployed. 



Amount earned. 



Time 
work. 



Piece- 
work. 



2,495 
2,428) 
<»364; 
2,463 
2,528) 
2,678) 
840 
2,959) 
2,386) 



WorreU, Marguerite H: 2,794 $756.94 

615.91 Woulfe, Louis V ^ a307) 1,001.60 

1,334.58 Wrenn, JohnL 3,047 1,539.75 

780.00 i Wright, Albert F 2,397) 1,200.88 

669.81 Wrlght,B.C 2,442 1,221.00 

1,517.62! Wright, Charles M... 2,494) 1,256.28 

1,498.23' Wright, Charles P.... 2,339 584.73 

797.65 Wright, Frank E 2,555^ 1,393.15 

1,495.03 Wright, George 2,196) 

2,000.00 Wright,JohnF 408 

167.00 Wright, W.H 2,598 

448.30 Wright, Walter E.... 2,412 

1,063.80 Wright, William M... 25S 

1,259.30 Wrightson, Edwd. M. 2,597^ 

372. 50 Wuesthoff, Frederick. 

34.80 Wyman, Hester A $548.00 

527.50 Wyman,MaryI 537.53 

$536.54 Wynne,J.H 2,379) 595.94 

623.74 Yager, C.E 2,681 717.97 

1,375.62 Yater,C.B 2,654) 1,336.80 

1,439.57 Yates, Eugenia A 579.23 

1,580.06 Yate8,0.W -2,177} 551.29 

1,480.11 Yatcs,H.B | 2,423 1,211.50 

1,421.20 Yates, Sadie B [ o364}J 1,259.75 ........ 

441.C0 Yauchler, H. J 2,463) 1,231.75 



1,165.19 
103.40 

1,303.65 

1,206.90 
130.65 

1,312.22 
2,369) 1,184.90 



l,509.e0 Yeabower, Annie M. . . 890 257.08 

1.193.25 Yeakle, Charles C 756} 386.31 

0364,^^, 1,973.9(5 Yenney, John B 2,838} 715.16 

526.67 Yokum,J.J 2,432 1,216.00 

a289 957.50 Youart, R. E 928 477.58 

2, C2e) 1,360.76 Young, Bertha G 

2,522) 943.85 Young, Charles E o365 

2,562) 1,298.52 Young, II. D 2,627) 

<»372 837.00 Young, James E 2,831 

2,351 1,373.92 Young, Scott K 2,588 

2,644) 1,348. 5() Young, Willis E | 2,645) 

2,478) 929.43 ^ tt ^ «r |o34612 

' Youngs, Howard W.. ^ ' 

2,335) 1,172.50 I ^ \ 95) 

I 473.31 Yo wen. Brook A 1,955 

2,446 687.37 Zeigler, Bessie L 

3,075) ?00.85 ' Zlcgler, Charles J ! 2,678 1,350.10 

2.591i 1.471.77 Zimmerman, A., jr. .. 16 8.00 

1,396 290.83 Zimmerman, Corwin 

i 527.17 E 567) 289.56 

1,249.35! Zimmerman, Joe E... 1,438 j 765.55 

1,340.02 i Zimmerman, Robt. II. 2.491 1,245.50 

91.751 509.42 Zirwes, John 2,764f | 877.60 

515.00 i Zook,AliceM 2,7161 698.85 

125.25 Zuck, Frank 2,332) ' 1,166.25 

254.50 385.99 V 



400.18 



490.28 



2,644.44 
1,468.80 
990.15 
1,326.46 
1,424.37 

ll,189.20 

987.41 



493.75 



2,497) 

2,522} 

a45; 

a206 

501 

884) 



\ 



a Dayt. 



314 BEPOBT OF THE F1TBLIG PBUTTEB. 

No, 24, — SUUement thotiring tht name* of penont employtd tn the publtc pmUing omJ 
birtding during the fitcal year ended June SO, 1907, vrilh the time each hoi been empioyed 
andlhe amojoit each hag received, including leave* o/abienee — CoDtinued. 



White, OeoigeK.... 


pl^^. 
2,3M 

i.iar 

2.4« 
"17»t 
!,»2t 
'310 

337 
1,7« 

T«3i 

2,MM 

2,«i« 
2,571^ 
2.83U 
2,68U 

i.oisj 

2.8211 
1,0!8 

2,50S 

2,smi 

2,S111 
2,SI3| 

2,7291 
2.8191 
2.5081 
1,980 

i.mi 

3.3871 

l,3Mi 
2.flS.ll 
1,8W1 
2.3» 

2,m 

2,S» 
I,9Mi 

"iioi; 

2,795 
2,002) 
i.Vt) 
2,4Hi 
2.*ft1) 


Amount earned. 
Time 1 Plwe- 

ll.0W,7S ....'.... 


Name. 

WUlholt. A. L 

wmiani), Arthur J. 
Wllliuni.BurrO... 

WiUlMrn.C,E 

WmiamB.C.L 

WilUamB, ChariPB A 

Wllliami, Chirie* H 
WiUiBmn, Daniel... 
WUUamB, Edvanl B 
WlUlamB, Emma P. 

William., Fred B... 

Williama,a.E 

WtUlamB. QeoixeC. 
WilliamB.n.T 

W-llUama, J, T 

WilUamB, JohnH.. 
WlUlams, JohnT... 
WiUiamB, Marsaret 

WlUiam., ThomaaC 

WlUiammn. A. K.. 

Wmiammn.!. D... 
WlUlamson.Jcnrph A 
WllUBmBon,LlHlBC 
WlUlngham, A.IC.. 
WUll.,Ch«rlf8B... 

Wllli9,F.M 

Wlllis,J.C 


■ 2.M8) 

1 . 218)J 

388 

. 2,877 

■ 2.«11 
. 2,S73i 

3,073 

2.630i 

. >3S3 

I,2H 


Amount fomrt. 
•1,3M.OO 


White, H.0 


l,lg7.J0 










White. LfturaE 

White, UayD 


397.81 

1,«9.BS 


1,319.38 
1,30140 




















White, WIUlamR... 


30.80 


780.68 






SO 
°3W,-|. 

2.338 
!,10» 
2,488 
2.808 
2.M3I 
2.3384 
2.880 
2,1M 
2,881 
2,S«3l 

238 

8141 
2,8021 

794 
2,418 
2.SH 
2,4B9 
2,83C^ 
■364,'. 
2.308 

883 
l.«7) 
3.HB1 
2.i« 
1.448 
2,109 
2,m 
2.BflO 
3,«(2i 
2,077 

2,878 
2.7181 

2.«ai 

87B1 


















72489 




Whltlocli J A 




















1,181.10 























































i,aas.8o 
1.2S0.« 

1.801.80 
870.87 






Wiivand.nuiUveW 


I,1»6S 




789,78 

1,06,13] 


Wllcl.F,.S 


WUIl.,TheoilomP.G 

WlllLis.iionryC... 

Willni< ADtolnni^E 

WlllB.JohnD 

Wllli.,Thoma«H... 
Wil.wtli Wimcrl, 

Wil«,n. Anna 

Wilson, niamhp.... 

Wll«on,C.H 

Wilson, C,W 

Wilson, CllarleBR.. 
Wils<m, (J, 0..1r... 

Wilson, r.antt 

Wilson, 11. F 

WUnon, Harry B... 
Wil».,n,J 


388.27 

973.78 

638.87 7.« 

1,468.31 

l,2»«.0O 

1.341.88 

1.180.28 

764.P3 

871.83 

M0.e9 

I.244.» .. 
1.CT.S8 

««.« 

i,«4i.;7 

13.00 

2M-K fuu 






Wllpy.P.W 




Wilhclm, niHrb'9 


7SI1.74 


WUklns. JiLii,... 

WllbTKOn, l^nili.'... 














WIU,F 1> 

Wlllarcl.nB>tonK.. 


I,!:«,'J5 



REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 



315 



No. 24. — Statement shomng the names of persons employed in the public printing and 
binding during the fiscal year ended June SO, 1907, with the time each has been employed 
and the amount each has received, including leaves of absence — Continued. 



Name. 



WUson, J. C 

Wilson, J. E 

Wilson, J. L. C 

Wilson, Mary E 

Wilson, Nelie 

Wilson, O. L 

Wilson, R.C 

Wilson, Thomas 

Wilton, W. C 

Wilver/E. J 

Wine, Joseph S 

W infield, Emery R... 

Wing, Clinton F 

Winne, E. L 

VVinsey, Herbert 

Winslow, Richard A. . 

Wirt, Catharine L 

Wise, Cora E 

Wise, Mary 

Wise, Samuel G 

Wise, WiUiamE 

Wisener, L. A 

Withall, Judson J. . .. 

Witzcl, Julius 

WoUe, Bert V 

Wolfe, Elias 

WolfT, A.J 

Wood, A. L 

Wood, Alice G 

Wood, Clarence O 

Wood, Edward J 

Wood, J. H. 

Wood, J. M 

Wood, James 

Wood, M 

Wood, Warren C 

Wooden, E. II 

Woodell, John C 

Woodend, Emma F . . 

Woodford, E. B 

Woodford, Edward TI 
Woodgato, George J. . 
WoodnifT, PriscillaC. 

Woods, Ada 

Woodward, L 

Woolnough, C. W 

Woolsey, Emma 

Woolls, Stephen 

Work, Bessie E 

Woniiley, Estelle M.. 



Hours 
em- 
ployed. 



2,689 
2,3971 
2,516i 
2,496 
2,655i 
2,520) 
2,554 
3,047) 
2, 637 J 
a 365 
668 
l,773i 
2,638) 
2,511 
651) 
136 
2,110 



Amount earned. 



Time 
work. 



Piece- 
work. 



$1,445.85 

615.91 

1,334.58 

780.00 

669.81 

1,517.62 

1,498.23 

797.65 

1,495.03 

2,000.00 

167.00 

448.30 

1,063.80 

1,259.30 

372.50 

34.80 

527.50 



2,495 
2,428) 
a 364} 
2,463 
2,528) 
2,678) 
840 
2,959) 
2,386) 



1536.54 



623.74 
1,375.62 
1,439.57 
1,580.06 
1,480.11 
1,421.20 

411.C0 
1,509.€0 
1,193.25 



o364,'\, 1,973.96 



526.67 



a 289 

2,62f.) 

2,522) 

2,562) 

a 372 

2,351 

2,644) 

2,478) 

2,335) 



957.50 
1,390.76 

943.85 
1,298.52 

837.00 
1,373.92 
1.348.56 

929.43 
1,172.50 



473. 31 



2,446 
3,075) 

2,59U 
1,306 



687. 37 

£00.85 

1.471.77 

290.83 



2,497) ! 1,249.35 
2,522f I 1,340.02 
91.75 



527.17 



a 455 
a208 
501 
884) 



515.00 
125.25 
254.50 



509.42 



385.99 



Hours 
Name. em- 

: ployed. 

Worrell, Marguerite H ; 2, 794 

Woulfe, Louis V j a 307) 

Wrenn, JohnL 3,047 

Wright, Albert F j 2, 397) 

Wright, B.C 2,442 

Wright, Charles M . . . 2, 494) 

Wright, Charles P . . . . 2, 339 

Wright, Frank E 2, 555^ 

Wright, George 2, 198) 

Wright, John F 408 

Wright, W.H 2,598 

Wright, Walter E . . . . 2. 412 

Wright, William M . . . 25S 

Wrightson, Ed wd. M . [ 2, 597^ 

WuesthofT, Frederick. | 2, 369) 

Wyman, Hester A . . . | 

Wyman, Mary I 

Wynne, J. H 2,379) 

Yager, C.E 2,681 

Yater, C. B 2,654) 

Yates, Eugenia A 

Yates, O.W '2,1771 

Yates, H.B 2,423 

Yates, Sadie B a 364^2 

Yauchler, H. J 2,463) 

Yeabowcr, Annie M. . . 890 

Yeaklc, Charles C 7561 

Yenney, JohnB 2,8381 

Yokum,J.J 2,432 

Youart, R. E 928 

Young, Bertha G 

Young, Charles E 

Young, H. D 

Young, James E 

Young, Scott K 

Young, Willis E 

Youngs, Howard W. 

Yowell, Brook A 

Zeigler, Bessie L 

Zicgler, Charles J 2, 678 

Zimmerman, A., jr . . . 16 
Zimmerman, Corwin 

E 667) 

Zimmerman, Joe E . . . 1 , 438 

Zimmerman, Roht. H. 2, 491 

Zlrwes, John , 2,764f 

Zook, Alice M 2, 7161 

Zuck, Frank 2,332) 



Amotmt earned. 



Time 
work. 



Piece- 
work. 



a365 
2,627) 
2,831 
2,588 
2,645) 
<»346l? 
95) 
1,955 



$756.94 

1,001.60 

1,539.75 

1,200.88 

1,221.00 

1,266.28 

584.73 

1,393.15 

1,165.19 

103.40 

1,303.66 

1,206.90 

130.65 

1,312.22 

1,184.90 

$548.00 

537.53 

695.94 

717.97 

1,336.80 

579.23 

551.29 

1,211.50 

1,259.75 ........ 

1,231.75 

257.08 400.18 

386.31 

715.16 

1,216.00 

477.58 

490.28 

2,644.44 

1,468.80 

990.15 

1,326.46 

1,424.37 

[l, 189.20 

987.41 



403.76 



1,350.10 
8.00 

289.56 
766.66 

1,246.50 
877.60 
698.86 

1,166.25 



o Dayl. 



Government Printing Office, 

Office of Superintendent of Documents, 

July 1, 1907. 

Sir: In accordance with the provisions of section 61 of the general 

printing act, approved January 12, 1895, I have the honor to submit 

the Thirteenth Annual Report of the Superintendent of Documents 

covering the fiscal year, July 1, 1906, to June 30, 1907. 

Very respectfully, 

William L. Post, 

Superintendent of Documents. 

Hon. Chas. a. Stillings, 

Public Printer. 

317 



THIRTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF DOCU- 
MENTS FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1907. 

Before entering upon a discussion of the many interesting features 
of the work of this rapidly growing division, I here present a general 
recapitulation of the statistical matter which forms the bulk of this 
report : 

Publications received ^ distribvied, and sold from July 1, 1906, to June 30, 1907. 

Received from — 

Agriculture Department 281, 161 

Commerce and Labor Department 7, 234 

Interior Department 656, 977 

Justice Department 480 

Navy Department 12,939 

Post-Office Department 576 

State Department 10,352 

Treasury Department 6, 295 

War Department 14, 541 

990, 555 

Government Printing Office 1,018,893 

Bureau of American Republics 5 

Civil Service Commission 1, 905 

Interstate Commerce Commission 113 

Library of Congress 12,332 

Smithsonian Institution 48 

14, 403 

Senate folding room 129, 409 

House folding room 29, 899 

159, 308 

Miscellaneous departments and libraries 364, 307 

Miscellaneous libraries 43, 409 

Public document library 57, 315 

465, 031 

Exchange account 2, 949 

2, 661, 139 

Wrapping account 144, 666 

Total number of volimies received 2, 795, 805 

Distributed — 

Cash sales 116, 009 

Designated depository libraries 503, 564 

Geological depository libraries 74, 656 

• 578, 220 ; 



r 



320 BEPORT OF THE PUBLIC PBINTEB. 

Distributed — Continued . 

MiBcellaneous libraries 64, 379 

Officials and Departments - 4, 238 

Foreign legations (unbound; 69, 865 

Catalogues, etc 52, 317 

190, 799 

Official Register, 1905 573 

Messages and papers of the President 150 

Flags of Maritime Nations 14 

737 

Exchange account 2, 067 

887,832 

Wrapping account 144, 666 

Total number of volumes distributed 1, 032, 498 

RECAPITULATION . 

Publications on hand July 1, 1906 1, 301, 695 

Publications received July 1, 1906, to June 30, 1907 2, 795, 805 

4, 097, 500 

Publicat ions distributed July 1 , 1906, to June 30, 1907 1, 032, 498 

Publications on hand July 1, 1907 3, 065, 002 

4, 097. 500 

Cash statement for fiscal year ended June SO, 1907. 

Cashonhand July 1, 1906 $29.72 

Cash received July 1, 1906, to June 30, 1907 33,970.27 

Publications sold to Departments, paid by transfer of funds 655. 06 

34,655.04 

Cash remitted to Public Printer for sale of publications from July 1, 1906, 

to June 30, 1907 31, 517. 83 

CashreturnedtoremittersJuly 1,1906, to June 30, 1907 2,252.61 

Cash on hand June 30, 1907, account of unfilled orders 229. 55 

Deposited in Treasury by transfer of funds 655. 06 

34.655.04 

Itemized list of documents paid for by transfer of funds July /, 1906^ to June SO^ 1907 » 

Documont, (Copies. Price. Total. 

A. L. A. PortnUt Indpx (rioth) 3 13.00 10.00 

American Historical Assrx>iAtiori Rpfmrt, 1902: 

Vol. 1 (cloth) 1 ■ .fiO .80 

Vol.2(cloth> 1 .fiO .M 

Army List iind DIrw.'tory 6 .10 .60 

Attomi'V-Gonoral, Opinions of, vol. 3 1 l.fiO l.fiO 

Bankruptcy Law and A m<'ndm<'ntjs 6 .10 .60 

Charters and Con.ntitution of the United States, 2 vols, (shocp) (1 set) 2 4.96 4.06 

Code of Diws of District of C'oliimliia (cloth) 5 .50 2.60 



KEPOBT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 



321 



Itemized list of documents paid for by transfer of funds July 1, 1906, to June SO, 1907 — 

Continued. 



Documents. 

Comptroller of Treasury Decisions: 

Vol. 1 

Vol. 2 

Vol. 3 

Vol. 4 

Vol. 5 

Vol. 6 

Vol. 7 

Vol. 8 

Vol. 9 

Vol.10 J 

Vol. 11 

Vol. 12 

Vol. 13, part 1 (paper) 

Compt roller of Treasury, Digest of Decisions, 1902 

Congressional Record, Fifty-ninth Congress, first session, 10 parts and index 
(half leather) (1 set) 

Same, Fifty-ninth Congress, second session, 5 parts and index (half 
leather) (1 set) 

Same, Fifty-ninth Congress, second session 

Court of Claims Report, vol. 28 

Court of Claims Report, vol. 33 

Firing Regulations, 1904 

Forestry Bulletin 8 

Forestry BuJetin 62 

Forestry Bulletin 70 

Forestry Bulletin 71 

Geographic Names, Board of, third report 

House Manual, Fifty-ninth Congress, first session (paper) 

International Law, Digest of, vols. 1-8: 

Cloth (3 sets) 

Sheep (2 sets) 

Journals of Continental Congress, vols. 1-6 (cloth) 

Navy Regulations, 1905 (cloth) 

Official Register, 1905, vol. 1 

Official Register, 1905, vol. 2 

Records of the Virginia Company of London, 2 vols, (cloth) (1 set) 

Revised Statutes, 1878, 2d edition (sheep) 

Supplement, vol. 1 (sheep) 

Supplement, vol. 2 (sheep) 

Supplement, vol. 2, No. 9 (paper) 

Senate Document 30, Fifty-sixth Congress, first session, vol. 6 (cloth) 

Session Laws, Fifty-ninth Congress, first session, parts 1 and 2 (paper) (2 sets) . 

Statutes at Large, vol. 32, part 1 (sheep) 

Statutes at Large, vol. 32, part 2 (sheep) 

Statutes at Large, vol. 33, part 1 (sheep) 

Statutes at Large, vol. 33, part 2 (sheep) 



Copies. Price. Total. 



1 


ILIO 


SLID 


1 


L15 


L16 


1 


1.26 


L25 


1 


L25 


L25 


1 


1.60 


L60 


1 


L40 


1.40 


1 


L25 


L26 


1 


L40 


L40 


1 


L50 


L60 


1 


L50 


L60 


1 


1.25 


L26 


1 


L50 


L60 


1 


.25 


.26 


1 


1.10 


LIO 


11 


23.00 


23.00 


6 


10.00 


10.00 


2 


4.00 


8.00 


1 


.40 


.40 


1 


L15 


L16 


100 


.65 


66.00 


1 


.15 


.16 


1 


.15 


.16 


31 


.16 


4.66 


313 


.15 


46.96 


13 


.25 


3.26 


12 


.40 


4.80 


24 


10.00 


30.00 


16 


16.00 


30.00 


6 


100 


6.00 


50 


.46 


22.50 


1 


2.16 


2.15 


1 


3.50 


150^ 


2 


4.00 


4.00 


40 


2.90 


116.00 


37 


2.00 


74.00 


43 


2.86 


122.66 


1 


.86 


.86 


1 


.60 


.60 


4 


2.26 


4.60 


3 


2.50 


7.60 


3 


. 2.25 


6.76 


4 


2.50 


10.00 


4 


2.26 


9 00 



555.06 



322 BBPOBT OF THE PUBLIC PBINTEB. 

OP ICE PUBLICATIONS. 

The publications prepared and issued by this office during the fiaeal 
year are as follows: 



Twelfth Annual Report of Superintendent of Documents, 1906 9b 

Bulletin 7; List of annual and serial public documents that should be regularly 

supplied to designated depository libraries 39 

Monthly catalogues, June, 1906-May, 1907 434 

Price list 10; Laws of United States 4 

Price list 11; Food and diet 20 

Price list 12; Water pollution; Water purification 8 

Schedule of volumes of documents and reports of Fifty-ninth Congress, first 

session 10 

• 

AN ITEMIZED REPORT. 

In connection >\dth these statistics allow me to call your attention 
to the absurdity of the requirement of the law that the Superintend- 
ent of Documents "shall report annually the number of copies of 
each and every document sold by him, and the price of the same/' 

The preparation of this itemized report is seen to be a difficult task, 
when it is considered that 116,009 books were sold during the past 
fiscal year, in variety of titles numbering some 6,000; and this great 
expenditure of time and eflFort in tabulating these statistics is without 
any beneficial returns, either from the accounting standpoint or that 
of official records. 

It is not foimd necessary in large publishing houses to keep the 
inventory minutely to the single book, nor do they attempt to bal- 
ance cash returns and stock to the penny. But this is what the law 
rightly compels the Superintendent of Documents to do, and this can 
and always should be done. 

To itemize a report thereof is, however, a useless task, since an 
itemized annual report is not even auxiliar}^ to any part of the actual 
records of the office from which the audit is made. 

To avoid the enormous expense annually incurred heretofore' in 
successfully arriving at anything like a correct result in compiling 
such an itemized statement of cash and books, I foimd it necessary 
to install a new inventory system as the basis for the operation of 
any sort of proper business methods; and even though the law is 
amended as to the requirement of an itemized report — and this I 
would urge upon your consideration and that of the Joint Committee 
on Printing — this system of inventory will still prove invaluable as 
providing a means for the daily checking between the stockkeeper 
and the cashier of books and cash and give a daily balance. 



BEPOBT OF THE PUBUC PBINTER. 323 

PUBLIC DOCUMENTS — OUR SPECIALTY. 

Were I asked to write a motto for this office it would consist of 
the words *' Public documents — Our specialty;^' and were I to define 
our interests the definition would embrace the subject of public docu- 
ments from the inception of each publication as a publication to its 
final delivery after completion. In other words, we are interested in 
public documents as to their imiform make-up and mechanical per- 
fection, comprehensive cataloguing, logical distribution, and proper 
appreciation by the public at large. To these ends we are endeavor- 
ing systematically to arrange them and editorially supervise their 
production, in the hope of eliminating many of the unexplainable 
eccentricities heretofore complained of; to expend our best efforts in 
consistently cataloguing them, as a sure means of promoting their 
use ; to quickly distribute them, that they may be available contem- 
poraneously with the interest in their contents, and to advertise them 
so extensively that their existence and value will be known to all 
who contribute the means for their production. 

AN HISTORICAL BESUME. 

When this office was organized in May, 1895, it was with few assist- 
ants, much lack of information or practical experience, and abso- 
lutely no convenient facilities. The offices and storage space supplied 
were combined in a large bam-like storeroom, conveniently located 
on the top floor of a rented building. A few desks and chairs were 
obtained from the Government Printing Office, Ukewise several inex- 
perienced persons to aid those in charge in their great work of organ- 
izing. Only one of the force had had any previous extended knowl- 
edge of public documents, and it became this person's duty not only 
to outline the poUcy, but instruct the others in carrying it out. 

Fortunately some of the others, while not experts in public docu- 
ments, were specialists as administrators or cataloguers, and the 
combined efforts brought out, in remarkably short order, an organi- 
zation which has served as a substantial basis for the improvements 
which growth of business and development in comprehension of the 
necessities of the office have demanded. 

To attack an entirely new problem, with the only directions avail- 
able contained in a law the provisions of which presented the most 
illogical and impossible demands, and to undertake this work months 
after it was required by law to begin, was to say the least an embar- 
rassing situation. But notwithstanding all these difficulties, a library 
was started, work on the catalogues and indexes demanded by law was 
proceeded with, and the sale and distribution of public documents was 
begun. Along all lines the work rapidly developed, so rapidly in fact 
that many features of it were neglected, and it was fouji^^WfJCrsaj'py 



324 BEPOBT OF THE PUBOC PBINTBE. 

to reorganize the office in November, 1897, when the personnel of the 
office, including the Superintendent, was changed. 

At this time closer organization along business lines was attempted 
and 6 distinct sections formed, each in charge of an experienced clerk; 
the functions of the sections being indicated by their names, i. e., 
bookkeeping and correspondence, sales, catalogue, Kbrary, mail, and 
stock. 

FUNCTIONS OF THE OFFICE. 

It was eariy found impossible to confine the work of the office to the 
duties assigned to it, which are here stated in the order in which they 
are set down in the law, in section 61 (act of January 12, 1895, 2 Supp. 
R. S., p. 350) and the sections immediately following. 

1. To sell at cost any public document in its charge, the distribu- 
tion of which is not specifically directed in the law. 

2. To receive from any Government office any document published 
for sale, wliich sale must be made imder the provisions of section 61. 

3. To have general supervision of the distribution of all public 
documents (wath exceptions as enumerated). 

4. To prepare at the close of each regular session of Congress a 
comprehensive index (document catalogue) of public documents. 

5. To prepare and print in one volume a consoUdated index (doc- 
ument index) of Congressional documents. 

6. To index such single volumes of documents as the Joint Com- 
mittee on Printing shall direct. 

7. To receive all accumulations of documents from the several 
Executive Departments, bureaus, and offices of the Government, 
and annually to take over their surplus for distribution or sale. 

8. To prepare and publish a monthly catalogue of Government 
publications, which shall show the documents printed during a month, 
where obtainable, and the price thereof. 

9. To thoroughly investigate the condition of the designated 
depositories. 

10. To distribute the documents as issued to the designated 
depositories. 

Several other duties were assumed, or rather were forced upon the 
office, as a natural result of its establishment, the most important 
of which was that of operating as — 

A BUREAU OF INFORMATION'. 

Through the natural desire for enlightenment as to public docu- 
ments and what they contain, this office has become a regular bureau 
of information on subjects dealt with in governmental literature, 

\ much time is now devoted by our document experts to instruct- 
^fh^ correspondence, how to procure books of interest to 



REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 325 

them, or informing them where they may find them for consultation. 
Thousands of letters have been answered this year relative to these 
matters, and our research mail is constantly growing. No other 
feature of the office presents more promise of fruitful future develop- 
ment than this, and as it is meeting a long-felt want, its scope of 
usefulness is constantly increasing. 

The idea is to develop a central information agency, where all 
inquiries relative to public documents or what they contain can be 
forwarded for reply. We are gradually training persons who are 
specially adapted to research work, and are digging out from the 
mass of useless material the really important titles and information. 

Not only does this research benefit individual cases, but it is 
developing in this office a fund of information which will -always 
prove a valuable asset. More prominence will be given to this 
feature of our work, and we feel sure that the results will justify the 
expenditure of time and effort. 

THE CLEARING-HOUSE IDEA. 

Another important function, which has evolved naturally through 
demand, is that of operating as a clearing-house of Government publi- 
cations for the libraries. 

We are in constant correspondence with hundreds of libraries and 
educational institutions, and are ever ready to receive from them 
surplus public documents for which they have no need and to supply 
in their stead those books for which there is a demand. 

This work would be to a great degree unnecessary if the distribu- 
tion were accomplished from a central agency, but until this can be 
accomplished this clearing-house idea provides a partial remedy and 
places public documents where they can be used. 

What is needed in this work is a simple means of keeping track of 
library wants in such a manner that when the publications drift in 
they may be shipped at once to libraries wishing them and not put in 
stock or condemned. Very soon a scheme will be presented for trial. 

If we are kept posted as to the library wants and our records are 
made in such a manner that the receipt of a book will insure its 
delivery to fill a need, the problem of storage of useless books will be 
solved, for we can then gauge the supply retained by the demand. 

It is somewhat disconcerting, however, to correspond almost 
weekly with certain libraries, furnish them instructions relative to 
the supply of books, and do all in our power to convince them that 
the proper place to apply for public documents or for information con- 
cerning them is this office, and then have them write to a Member of 
Congress or their Senator requesting him to intercede with this office 
in order to secure the receipt of something desired, or, worse still, 
address their communications to the Public Printer or the Librarian 



326 REPORT OF THE PUBUC PRINTER. 

of Congress, causing extra clerical labor to those already^overbur- 
dened oflScials. 

One startling instance of unpardonable ignorance was revealed by 
the return of a question circular from a library which had been a 
depository since 1858, and had been receiving the usual shipments 
and invoices ever since that date, with the statement, that so far as 
they knew they were not a depository and that if they were ''when 
and by whom were they designated?" In such an instance words 
are useless, but this case is cited as an extreme of which there are 
many alike in kind, if not in degree. 

If the clearing-house idea is to succeed it must be by hearty cooper- 
ation on the part of all the librarians of the country. They must 
come * forward with information when requested, and put their 
shoulders to the wheel in securing legislation to authorize the fulfill- 
ing of their desires. And in return for what we are able to do for 
them, we desire that the fact of the existence of this office and some 
idea of the functions assigned to it be revealed by them to the public 
which thev serve. 

As soon as the vast accumulation now being sorted is Usted, 
printed copies of the list will be sent broadcast, and those desiring 
any of the books registered therein as in stock will be supplied so long 
as the suj)j)ly lasts. After this thorough circularizing of the libraries 
of the countr\' has been accomplished, a sufficient time will be allowed 
for selection, and then all of the accumulation, except a Umited sup- 
ply reserved for official use, will be sent to the warehouse to await 
Congressional action in condemning them for sale as waste paper. 

At the same time the libraries will be given the opportunity to 
return their accumulations of documents, which lack of space has 
heretofore caused us to refuse to handle. 

It is hoped that in the future such close relations can be estab- 
Ushed with the libraries that their duplicates or unused documents 
can be returned as soon as they discover they are not desired, that 
thev mav be redistributed while thev are of current interest. 

The plans of this office embrace the development of this clearing- 
house feature to the fullest caj)acity. 

CONGRESSIONAL EXCHANGE. 

Following out the clearing-house idea fully, we have developed 
another form of distribution, which has proved of mjitual advantage 
to both this office and the Senators and Members who have availed 
themselves of the opportunities which it offers of securing publications 
they desire in exchange for those which are of little use to them or to 
their constituents. 

As a means of procuring publications for which we may receive 
orders and at the same time of supplying those books which Senators 



REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 327 

and Members desire, and which under the law this office can not give 
them, we have instituted a method of exchange on the basis of value 
for value. This has become very popular and productive of good 
results to all concerned. 

To the city Senator or Member an exchange of a portion of his use- 
less quota of horse books for some valuable law or historical volumes 
is truly a great benefit, and this office thereby obtains a fresh supply 
of those works most sought after by purchasers. 

But the difficulty lies in getting in touch with those Senators and 
Members who desire such service. If we had access to their quotas it 
would be very easy to determine what class of literature was most 
desired by individuals, and we could then arrange exchanges, so as to 
put into circulation many hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of 
material which has lain for years in storage because the Senator or 
Member, who alone could dispose of them under the law, had no use 
for them, whereas those desiring copies of these very documents to 
supply the repeated demands of their constituents are compelled to 
obtain legislation for new editions, such legislation operating, of 
course, to increase the already unappreciated quotas. At present 
these quotas are distributed from the folding rooms of the Senate and 
House, and the statistics thereof are held there as confidential. 

On many occasions the distribution of special publications for 
Congress has been accomplished by this office, and in the case of the 
''Messages and Papers of the Presidents'' and the ** Flags of Maritime 
Nations'' hundreds of duplications were avoided, to the gratification 
of Senators and Members. 

If all the distribution were accomphshed from this office, much 
could be done not only in detecting duplications but also in securing 
the best distribution of publications. 

If nothing more radical can be accomplished, legislation should 
certainly be enacted turning over to the Superintendent of Docu- 
ments for distribution all books which remain undistributed two 
years after their issue. 

EDITORIAL WORK. 

The editorial work which this office is performing has been under- 
taken in self-defense, in an effort to prevent the errors and omissions 
which tend greatly to involve cataloguing or listing of Government 
publications. 

Employing as we do expert cataloguers and persons trSned in all 
branches of bibliographical science, it is natural that we should be 
called upon to direct the editorial matters connected with the print- 
ing of Government literature, in so far as these matters relate to the 
actual manufacture of the book, the proper construction and placing 
of the '"apparatus," or the consistent titling and uniform lettering of 
the volumes. 



328 REPOBT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 

In order to accomplish this work an editorial section has been 
established; and already good results are apparent in many ways. 
It is difficult to make changes in long-established customs, no matter 
how antiquated and obnoxious they may have become, but it must 
be admitted that, with but few exceptions, our efforts to benefit the 
publications bibliograpliically and typographically have been met 
with hearty approval and cooperation. 

This work is only in its trial stage, but it is hoped that it will prove 
so fruitful of good results that its scope may be enlarged to cover 
matters in the issue of public documents which have long needed 
that careful scrutiny which the rush of a great print shop makes 
practically impossible. 

It is not the intention of this office to attempt copy preparing 
beyond the title-pages, caption headings, contents, indexes, and 
Usts of illustrations. The preparing of the main body of the work 
will ho left to the experts in the proof room of the Government Print- 
ing Office as formerly. 

Many complaints drift into this office relative to the inconsistent 
mako-up of volumes of public documents, and much confusion arises 
on account of lack of imiformity in titles and general appearance in 
annual and serial issues. It is to avoid these compUcations and aid 
the (lovornment Printing Office in putting forth the highest class of 
printing that this work has l)een undertaken. Then, too, the saving 
of time in the cataloguing department in handling properly prepared 
books will neariy offset the increased cost which the editorial section 
entails. 

REORGAX IZATION . 

Wliat has been thus far said regarding the lawful and the nec- 
essarily assumed fimctions of the office, presents but a skeleton out- 
line of tlie many j)erplexing features connected with the now popular 
subject of public documents. 

It was prophetically suggested during the debate incident to the 
adoption of the act of JanuarA' 12, 1895, which contained the au- 
thority for tlie establislnnent of this ofllce, that there was being 
brought into existence by the legislation under consideration a bureau 
which would some day employ a large corps of clerks at a great ex- 
pense U) the (loveninient. 

This is now a reality, but the accniments of the office more than 
offset the expenditure. While the great ex{)ense of preparing, editing, 
and publishing the extensive (lOveninient catalogues and the 
gratuitous distribution of documents to designated depository 
libraries will always prevent this office from assuming the r6le of a 
8elf-su[)p<)rting institution, still the increase in sales from $16,000 to 
$32,000 in one year indicates that that portion of our duties at least 
will be a paying proposition in time. 



KEPOKT OP THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 329 

Although the nine years under the organization accompUshed in 
1897 were years of neglected opportunities the tendency toward 
growth was apparent, even under the most obstructive odds. 

As indicated in my last report, which covered a period of but a 
little over four months of my incumbency, a temporary readjustment 
of the aflfairs of the office was absolutely necessary from the moment 
I assumed charge. It was many months before anything like a 
consistent organization was developed, even with the most tireless 
labor — day and night — and it is still a matter of months of unceasing 
toil before its affairs will be adjusted to the high standard set for it. 

Before proceeding with the reorganization of the office along up-to- 
date business lines, and as a necessary preparation for the work, 
I visited, under your instructions, many of 'the largest business organi- 
zations in the East and the Middle West, and thoroughly investi- 
gated their methods for handling routine office business. 

My primary desire was to discover the simplest form for inventory- 
ing the enormous accumulation of public documents at that time 
lying inaccessible in heaps and serving only to occupy valuable space. 

1 had in mind a plan for a self-posting perpetual inventory, and in 
order to prove its merit I instaUed it in connection with certain 
branches of the work soon after I took charge of the office. The suc- 
cess which this trial developed encouraged me in the hope that, with 
modifications which might be suggested by other inventory schemes, 
it would prove ideal for out particular work. 

The information obtained from the large publishers was a disap- 
pointment so far as the inventory was concerned, but many ideas were 
obtained as to other matters of routine work. 

After diligent investigations, however, I adopted my original plan 
as most advantageous for our needs, and it will soon be installed in all 
branches of the work. 

My search was not confined to publishing houses nor my inquiries 
to inventories. The scope of investigation gradually broadened, and 
was finally made to cover all routine methods of business and the 
labor-saving machines incident thereto, and over 75 different institu- 
tions were visited, representing printing, mercantile, insurance, rail- 
way, and financial interests. 

In nearly all of the^e great industrial concerns the spirit of reorgani- 
zation and a growing interest in new methods was very noticeable. 
In many their incomes had been greatly depleted by inability to install 
new methods fast enough to meet the growing demands, and in one 
instance — a large shoe house in the North — development was so 
rapid that it became necessary to close down for two weeks in order to 
readjust the business to the new conditions. 

Kealizing fully the important place this office is gradually assuming 
in the Government's dealings with the people, I was convinced tksa^ 

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any system which was installed must be susceptible of expansion 
without change, and simple enough to be handled by persons untaught 
in the intricacies of public documents. 

T am desirous of organizing, as any large commercial concern with 
our advantages and possibilities would organize, of so systematizing 
the work that the rapid growth which is now in evidence i/vall be no 
^embarrassment when it develops larger problems and more serious 
complications in the future. 

That the Government will continue to publish, and that public doc- 
uments will be more generally used and more persistently sought, are 
conclusions which even a slight knowledge of conditions make posi- 
tive. To let the public know what the Government prints, and to 
instnict them where thev can consult the books or how thev niav 

• • • 

obtain them for themselves, are some of the beneficial duties which 
this office is endeavoring to fulfill. And we are now striving to give 
the librarians prompt service, that they in turn may be able to supply 
their patrons with Government publications of current interest. 

With a thorough knowledge of the internal conditions and needs of 
the office, and an enlarged sense of business practices gathered from 
these profitable researches, which your foresight and good judgment 
made possible, I took tip the actual work of reorganization, confident 
of success. 

It has been uphill work, owing to our inability to procure the proper 
equipment until accumulation had multiphed the difficulties involved 
in the change. With this condition and handling a business which 
has doubled in the period covered by this report, we were brought to 
a point where it seemed we could do no bett(?r than follow the lead 
of the shoe firm and close down until ade(|uate facilities for proceed- 
ing prop<Tly could be installed. 

Early and late the employees have labored, first to learn and then 
to put into operation the various methods decided upon after the 
most careful deliberation, and to them is due the lion's share of praise 
for th(» success which has been obtained. 

From a condition of absolute chaos, devoid of any semblance of 
business method, with a force of employees disheartened by neglect 
and r(»{)ulsed by unappreciative superiors, and even the lawful func- 
tions of the office fast losing the high standard upon which they 
were originally ])laced, the present well-regulated, contented division 
has be(»n organized, with a business scheme b(»ing installed which it 
is believed will be found adequate* for all contingencies. 

TIIK THUEK DIVISIONS. 

The work of the office, though diverse in character, naturally 
ilivides itself into three distinct parts, and under the new scheme of 
reorganization, each is assigned to a division, namely, the Administra- 



REPOBT OF THE PUBLIC PBINTEB. 331 

live Division, which handles all the work of selling and distributing, 
as well as of diffusing information relative to pubUc documents; 
the Bibliograpliical Division, wliich includes the library and all the 
cataloguing, indexing, and compiling sections, and the Editorial Sec- 
tion, wliich is held distinct on account of its general fimctions. 

At present, with no cliief cataloguer to assume the entire control 
of the Bibhograpliical Division and with the Editorial Section still 
in a formative stage, the organization is not complete, but three divi- 
sions will ultimately result. 

These three divisions are composed of sections in charge of com- 
petent cliiefs, and include the following: 
Administrative Division — 
Bookkeeping Section. 
Correspimdence and Filing Section. 
Stock Section. 
Sliipping Section. 
Bibliogra])liical Division — 
Catalogue Section. 
Checklist and Index Section. 
Library Section. 
Editorial Section (to become a division). 

ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION. 

More growth has been manifested in this division in the past year 
than in any other portion of the office, and this of course is natural, 
as its functions develop with the influx of business. 

Briefl}' stated, the duties of the Administrative Division, other than 
those of a general administrative character, are to sell and distribute 
Government publications and keep accurate records of such trans- 
actions. 

BOOKKEEPING SECTION. 

For years the records of tliis office had been so neglected that it 
was found impossible to verify accounts or compile statistics there- 
from. Even the cash receipts and the register of sales were recorded 
on loose sheets, which were found tucked away in unused cabinets or, 
in some instances, were not to-be located at all. These records were 
made by numerous j)ersons and in various places, thus duplicating 
work and j)n»venting uniformity in the accounts. 

The establishment of the Bookkeeping Section brought together 
under one supervision all the cash and book records of the office, and 
by an unique scheme of receipt and an elaboration of the *' Daily 
sales sheet" a perfect check upon the casliier has been obtained. 

The inventory, wliich is now in course of preparation and which 
will be explained in my next report, will supply the ilecessary check 



332 REPOKT OP THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 

of stock against cash, while a simple yet efTective form of orde ing pub- 
lications out of stock has been adopted which provides a sui e protec- 
tion ao^ainst the withdrawal of anv but those books which arc sold or 
authorized by the head of the office for distribution under the law. 

The problem of keeping accurate account of over a million and a 
half of books, and accessioning them so as to make them immediately 
available, has been solved. And not only that, it has been solved in 
such a manner as to condense the mass of printed matter into the 
smallest amount of available space. 

Many thousands of cards have been prepared as records for this 
vast accumulation, and these records are being daily brought nearer 
completion and will finally present an invaluable self-posting per- 
petual inventory. When this work is accomplished the office will be 
ready to handle any amount of business and give quick and accurate 
service at all times. 

With this inventory and the accession register accounting for our 
book stock, and the carefully prepared daily sales sheets and cash- 
books, the present records are as simple and complete as any expert 
accountant could desire. In fact, after repeated investigations, 
which have been heartily aided by this office, the Treasury officials 
have approved our new methods. 

CORRESPONDENrE AND FILING SECTION. 

As previously stated, the correspondence, and necessarily the filing, 
have assumed large proportions for a small office, so large and impor- 
tant in fact as to fully warrant a separate section to handle it. 

In this section all the stenographers of the office are brought 
together under the direct supervision of a chief, who is not only 
responsible for the expedition with which the work is performed, but 
also for its general appearance. Much time has been expended in 
establishing rules and instructing the stenographers so that their 
work is consistent, neat, and accurate. 

The output averages 120 dictated letters a day besides from 75 to 
100 form letters. Then there are hundreds of price lists and leaflets 
for which envelopes must be addressed. 

The incoming mail averages over 300 letters a day, besides postal 
cards and letters of acknowledgment, which are not figured in our 
statistics as they are never filed. 

To this section will fall the bulk of the work in the new mail scheme 
now being installed, but its operation is calculated to reduce labor 
and insure accuracy. It means double work, however, until it is 
installed. 

The lack of proper filing facilities has caused nuich overtime work 
for the clerks in this section, but it is hoped soon to have all back 



REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 333 

work on the files broiio^ht up to clate^ and the current work can then 
be handled without any difliculty. 

The numerical-vertical filing is bein^j installed and the change to it 
from the numerous systems heretofore in vogue has caused all the 
difiiculties, but it was imperative that a change be made, and the new 
system will meet all future requirements without change. 

STOCK SECTION. 

For years the books had been allowed to accumulate without any 
attempt being made to classify or record them. In the early days of 
the office the stock bins and an index thereto provided accurate infor- 
mation for quick reference, though the entire scheme was cumbersome 
and expensive, involved considerable clerical labor of an experienced 
character, and demanded much more space for its proper operation 
than the office could command. Perhaps these considerations had 
somethmg to do with the adoption of the policy of keeping no records 
whatever. 

The books were dumped out of the sacks and piled in heaps upon 
hea-ps, regardless of their character. Libraries returned all sorts of 
books other than Government publications; in fact, it seemed they 
used the privilege of document returns by free frank as a means of 
disposing of all their useless, discarded, worn out, or dilapidated 
books. 

During that time only a limited amount of current material had 
been made accessible as stock, and this was added to spasmodically 
by withdrawing from the unassorted piles volumes which were dis- 
covered to be of value. 

Pearly in the past year we were called upon to estimate upon the 
amount of such material we had on hand, and we did this by weight — 
by measuring the piles with a tape measure and averaging the number 
of pounds to a cubic foot. There was no other way whereby w^e could 
<rive anA' idea of what we had on hand. 

For six months a large force of temporary clerks and laborers has 
been employed in assorting, wrapping, numbering, accessioning, and 
listing for stock such publications as are considered to be of value 
for future distribution or sale. 

The discarded surplus is being deposited in the warehouse to await 
legislative action in condemnation and sale as waste paper, the only 
Aogical distri])ution for such useless books. 

SHIPPING SECTION. 

One of the most important functions in connection w4th a mail- 
order l)usiness is that of shipping, and in the section which handles 
this part of the business must be placed persons who are careful to 
observe details. 



334 REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 

It ook some time to secure for this work just those people who 
were best suited to it, hut by ^ra<hml development the handling of 
the extensive business of the office in this respect has developeci to 
a ven^ satisfacton" point. 

Besides tlie quantities of cash orders filled by shipment daily, this 
secticm has handled all the laro:e book shipments to libraries and 
numerous special wrapping orders, with a minimum number of errors. 

As in every other section of th s office, the '^system'" is bringing 
quicker and more satisfactory action, and when more conveniences 
can be secured the work will pro^icress with even more harmony and 
speed. 

BIBLIOGRAPHICAL DIVISION. 

In touchinti: upon the work of the various sections embraced in this 
division, it is but justice to the employees who serve therein to give 
some explanation as to the delay in the issue of the publications with 
the compilation of which they are charged. 

The explanation is a simple one. The work of reorganization of 
this ollice demanded the attention of every employee therein, espe- 
cially thos(» trained in the knowledge of public documents. The cata- 
logu<»rs, th(»refore, were assigned to various duties in aid of the scheme 
for classification and listing of the stock, and were engaged for months 
in directing the work of the temporary- clerks drawn from the lists of 
the Civil Service Commission to whom j)ublic documents were a mys- 
tery and the matter of listing them an entirely new proposition. 

As soon, however, as (»nough peoj)le had been instructed to carry 
on the work alone, the cataloguers were returned to their accustomed 
tasks, but not until the work (m the catalogues and indexes had fallen 
behind to such an extent as to require many months to bring it as 
nearly up to date as it was when the stock taking was begun. 

The sections of this diA ision are still subject to rearrangement, and 
considerable* readjustment of the work will be necessary before the 
pro|)er organization can be accom|)lishe(l in this branch of the office. 
As vet the matters of this division have not received mv attention, 
with the exception of making a few changes which it was not possible 
to |)ostpone, but I ho|)e in the coming year, with the aid of a com- 
I)etent chi<*f cataloguer, greatly to improve the organization and 
simplify the output of this division. 



CATALrxH K SK«TlON. 



The catalogue work is constantly increasing, so nmch so that it has 
been found necessarv to remove from the Catalogue Section all work 
of indexing and listhig and form a special section for that work. 

Although the sizes of the editions of j)ublic documents have been 
reduc<»d by law or by a desire to (economize on the |)art of the pub- 



REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 335 

lishino; oflices, and althou«:h the bulk of many of these reports has 
been reduced considerably for the same reasons, still the numher of 
reports submitted for printing increases year after year. The steps 
taken toward economy, therefore, do not prevent an increase in the 
amount of work for the cataloguers, since the reduction of the size 
of an editicm or of the contents of the volumes affects their work but 
slightly. 

Rational editing and careful preparation of public documents would 
simplify the cataloguing, and this is greatly to be desired, as this class 
of work at its best is not easy. 

Our catalogue force has been augmented through civil service 
examination, but those obtained must all be taught, and it will be 
some time before they are of any appreciable assistance. The cata- 
loguing of public documents is a new art even to trained library 
assistants. 

The catalogue section received 18,644 documents, 27,010 pieces of 
Congressional mail, wrote 188,022 cards, not including stock inven- 
tory c^rds, prepared, edited, and supervised the publication of Bul- 
letin 7, the Monthly catalogues, and the Schedule of volumes entered 
in the list of office publications on page 322, and supplied indexes for 
several volumes of documents called for by the Joint Committee pn 
Printing. 

Document Catalogues. 

It was our expectation to complete the Document catalogue for 
the Fifty-eighth Congress this year, but other contingencies which 
arose made it impossible to do this or even to keep up with the 
current work. 

Document catalogue No. 7, for the Fifty-eighth Congress, has not 
as yet been sent to the printer, and it will be six or eight months 
])efore it can be issued. 

In the meantime work will be pushed rapidly on the catalogue for 
the Fifty-ninth Congress, and while no promises can be made, it now 
seems possible to send it to press before the convening of the second 
session of the Sixtieth Congress, in December, 1908. 

The issuance of the Document catalogue in one volume for a Con- 
gress is in violation of the law, but was begim with the issue for the 
Fifty-fifth Congress by my predecessor after he had become convinced 
that t he issue by sessions was not only much more troiible and expense 
but that it interfered materially wuth the record itself. 

He said in his annual report for 1898: 

* * * Very many objections may be urged against its publication each 
regular session. Some of the more serious I will point out briefly. As an illus- 
tration: The catalogue for the second session of the Fifty-fourth Congress will 
contain entries of documents not bearing a Congressional number from July 1, 
IS9<), to June 30, 1897, but of Congressional documents from the (*v:^\.\^<5iv\.^!»^>a 



336 REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 

December, 1896, to March 4, 1897. Then followed a special session of the Fifty- 
fifth Congress, beginning March 15 and ending July 24, 1897. No provision is 
made in terms for cataloguing documents of special sessions. The documents 
of this special session can not be entered in the catalogue for the second eeseion 
of the Fifty-fourth Congress, but must necessarily be entered in the catalogue 
for the first regular session of the Fifty-fifth Congress, which assembled the first 
Monday in December, 1897, and terminated July 8, 1898. It will thus be seen 
that the latter catalogue will lap at both ends with catalogue preceding and fol- 
lowing, which will probably be perplexing to those not familiar with the subject. 

Again, thousands of bills were introduced and reports made at the first regular 
session of a Congress that are not disposed of, if at all until the last session. Full 
entries must necessarily be made in the catalogues for each session, and the 
searcher for information must examine both in order to ascertain what was done, 
with the chance of being misled by only examining one. The work is thus 
duplicated and reference is made more difficult. Many more objections might 
be urged, but these are deemed sufficient for the purpose. 

I therefore recommend that Congress be asked to amend the law of January 
12, 1895, so as to authorize the Superintendent of Documents to prepare and pub- 
lish a catalogue of public documents biennially, which shall show all documents 
printed not bearing a Congressional number during the two years ending June 30 
in each odd-numbered year, and all Congressional documents for each Congress, 
beginning with the Fifty-fifth. 

I heartily indorse the above reconimendation. The document 

a- 

catalogues form the permanent record of Government publications, 
and ever}'thing should be done to make their issue as convenient of 
reference and as complete and accurate as possible. As no objection 
has been raised to our violation of this law in the issue of the catalogues 
covering the period of a Congress instead of a session, I have directed 
that the Fifty-ninth Congress catalogue be completed in one volume, 
and hope legislation can be had ])efore the issuance of another cata- 
logue to authorize this very necessary change. 

Donnncnt Indnrs. 

Like the catalogues, the document indexes are far behind in their 
issue. All the available assistance has been assigned to the prepara- 
tion of the catalogues in order to bring them (juickly up to date. 
They are more generally used than the indexes, and should therefore 
be given the ])reference in issue, and in fact I am convinced, after 
personal investigatitm, that the use of the document index is not suf- 
ficient to warrant the expense of 81,500 for 2,000 copies at each ses- 
sion (which is the estimated cost), especially as the work is done in 
duplicate, and much more fully, in the document catalogue. 

This oflice has always been justly proud of its document index, 
considering it a model for **' title-a-liners,'' but in the interest of 
economy, and to avoid useless (hiplication, the discontinuance of the 
issue is reconunended. As no legislation has as yet been obtained 
authorizing the abandonment of the document index its compilation 
is being ])r()ceeded with, and copy for the Fifty-ninth Congress, 



REPOBT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 337 

first session, index will be sent to the printer some time this fall. 
Although work has been started on the issue for the Fifty-ninth Con- 
gress, second session, it will not be published until a year hence. 

Monthly Catalogues. 

So much interest has been aroused through the radical changes 
made in this catalogue that an explanation, embodying a sketch of 
its development to the present form, seems necessary. 

The general printing act, approved January 12, 1895, defined as 
one of the duties of the Superintendent of Documents the preparation 
of a monthly catalogue in the following language: 

Section 69. A catalogue of Government publications shall be prepared by 
the Superintendent of Documents on the first day of each month, which shall 
8how the documents printed during the preceding month, where obtainable, 
and the price thereof. 

The first issue imder this provision was made for the month of 
January, 1895, being numbered one (1) of the series, and the issue 
was continued in practically the same form (that of governmental 
author by Department) up to January 1, 1906 (no. 133), when the 
form was changed to governmental author by issuing office. 

In December, 1897 (no. 36), a new and very useful feature, an 
index, was introduced, and beginning in February, 1900 (no. 62), 
the catalogue was further improved by making the index cumulative 
from January to June and July to November, with a yearly index in 
the December number. 

With these additions, and as a result of the careful work which 
was put upon it by the catalogue force, the monthly catalogue 
assumed an important place on the reference shelves of the libraries 
and became a handy manual for all persons interested in United 
States Government publications. In fact, from the returns received 
from the libraries in answer to questions relative to the usefulness 
of the publications of this office, it is evident that the monthly cat- 
alogue has been more widely used and more highly prized than 
either the document catalogue or the document index. 

It was not the intention of Congress, however, to have the work 
of cataloguing done in duplicate. Its purpose in legislating was to 
provide for a ''comprehensive index, ^^ or catalogue, which should be 
the permanent official record of all Government publications, both 
Congressional and departmental; a ''consolidated index" to the 
numbered Congressional documents and reports, instead of numerous 
indexes distributed through the volumes composing the four series — 
that is, Senate documents, Senate reports, House documents, and 
House reports, and a monthly catalogue to be issued "oh the first 
day of each month/' and which should show "the documents printed 
during tlu* preceding month, where obtainable, and the price thereof." 



388 RT5P0RT OF THE PUBLIC PRTNTEB. 

This legiwlation for a monthly catalogue really eontempUted a list 
of available pnbliratioriH, to be isHued promptly, and to tell where 
thev coTild be obtained and whether free or at what cost. 

Obviously the rataloc^ie a^ issued up to the present time ba^ not 
strictly complied with this law, a^s it has been comp4:)6ed mAinbr of 
entries for dr)ouments and reports which were not "available'" at 
any price. 

In order to comply more strictly with the law and make it po«3sible 
with a limited force of trained people to Issue the document eatalo^e 
and document index more promptly, and in view of the fact that 
these same experts must be used in the reorjranization of the Super- 
intendent of Documents' office, it became neceswary to eliminate 
from the monthlv catalo«rue those valuable features which were not 
specificallv directed bv law, and which onlv a law and an additional 
force of experts wr>ijld warrant. 

The sacrifice of the cumulative index was one which economy and 
the avoidance of duplication demanded. No doubt it was valuable; 
but since it delayed the issue of the more important bibliographical 
publications, its elimination was considered wise. 

The flroppin^ of this feature necessitated a less involved form of 
entr>', and, as an exf)eriment, the issuincr office was chosen. There 
is a diversity of opinion as to the advisability of this experiment, 
even with those who are unanimous in their condemnation of the 
removal of the index. 

After eighteen months of ex{)eriment with tliis form of entry we 
have decided to make a stiJI more radical change, beginning with 
the July issue, and are of the opinion that the compilation in future, 
in dictionary' form byjsul)ject,jwill be more usable and meet with 
general approval. 

The main feature in this contemplated change isTthis subject 
arrangement, rather than that by governmental author, which with- 
out an index has been voted to l)e too cumbersome, although it p)os- 
8ess<'s many a<lvantages. The form of subject headings used in the 
Document catalogue of this office will l)e adopted, so as to secure 
uniformity in the subject treatment in all our publications. Refer- 
ences will be made to the sul)ject so that the publications will be 
full}' covered. The typography will be slightly changed in order 
to use typesetting machines in the composition, which is necessary 
for promptness of issue. Furthermore, on account of the limita- 
tions imposed by the law, no publications will be entered which are 
not obtainable. In the past entries made for certain publications 
which had been printed, but which were not obtainable, have caused 
the various publishing offices endless annoyance, and it is to avoid 
his difficulty that the titles of such jniblications will be omitted. 

lese titles will, of course*, appear in the document catalogues. 



REPORT OP THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 839 

In other words, it is hoped to make the monthly catalogue as useful 
to both the public and this office as the limitations of the law will per- 
mit. The cover pages will be used for advertising public documents 
for sale, and some space in each catalogue will be devoted to book 
talks and notes of general interest, in the hope that much available 
vahiable information relative to both old and current publications 
may be circulated. This move will benefit, but w411 by no means 
completely adjust, the matters which provoke discussion relative to 
this catalogue. In this new form the publication will be too meager 
in entry for a catalogue and much too elaborate for a price list. Very 
little advertising or cash business will be obtained from its circula- 
tion, as the limited edition allowed by law confines its distribution to 
libraries, which obtain their publications free. It will only partially 
serve the purposes of the libraries, as many valuable publications 
are issued which are not generally available and which wdll not here- 
after be entered in the monthly catalogue. But according to our 
present plans it w^ill be issued in strict conrpliance with the law, in a 
form convenient for reference, and consistent in entry and style with 
our other catalogues. 

We deplore the necessity for frequent changes in series of this kind, 
but experience is often the best teacher. After all, we are convinced 
that the most desirable form for a monthly catalogue is that of a 
classed catalogue similar to the one issued up to January, 1906, with 
a cumulative index constructed along even more liberal lines than 
the one which lack of authority caused us to abandon. 

If the passage of a law can be secured authorizing the change to 
this more usable form the price feature will be done away with, and 
instead of a publishers' list, which the law now contemplates, we will 
issue a ^^ monthly catalogue^' in which will be found a complete 
register of the publications of a single month, brought together by a 
cumulative index as formerly. 

Before the 1st of July, 1908, steps will be taken to procure such 
legislation, and if it is obtained a reference catalogue, instead of a 
publishers' list, wall be issued beginning with the July, 1908, issue. 

The consideration of this subject brings me to the point of discussion 
of what to me seems the most important matter with which this office 
has to deal at present. 

Printed cards. 

In the ninth annual report of this office, that for 1903, it is 
announced: 

It has finally l)een decided by this office to furnish printed catalogue cards 
of ( Tovernnient publications to the depositories of public documents. 

In conformity with this announcement a limited issue of printed 
catalogue cards was commenced, on a plan of entry selected by vote 
of the Catalogue Section of the American Library AsaoQ\^V\vN^, 



340 REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 

The cards were at first furnished in sufficient numbers to provide 
for fully cataloguing the publications they represented, but did not 
include any "series entries, annual reports, reports on private bills, 
references, or analyticals, except analyticals from the Congressional 
reserve/' 

The distribution of more than one card lasted only a little over 
eight months, as it was found impracticable to continue on account of 
the great increase of labor involved, and thereafter only a single card 
was supplied. 

In order successfully to undertake such a work, even with the 
restrictions and limitations wliich were adopted, a thoroughly organ- 
ized card section would be necessarj'. Lacking such organization, it 
was not possible long to maintain the issue. The interest which was 
at first manifested in the subject gradually waned, and when only one 
card was supplied the libraries became discouraged and so expressed 
themselves. The sending of a single card was of but little aid to 
them. 

As late, however, as September, 1905, the distribution is spoken of 
as having proven ''a great success,'' although it is admitted that 
''Librarians have been disappointed because the distribution has 
been limited to one card for each document." The fact that in the 
February following I discontinued the distribution until the matter 
could be satisfactorily adjusted and that but few complaints at that 
action were received is proof that the needs of the libraries were not 
being met in this respect. 

But these nt*eds are still as great as when the matter of the Gov- 
ernment furnishing catalogue cards for the books distributed to 
designated depositories was first agitated many years ago. No sub- 
stitute can be found for the cards in library records; and the problem 
of actual use of the books in the libraries will never be solved until 
cards are supplied in sufficient numbers to provide for the proper 
entries in the various library catalogues fully covering every pub- 
lication issued to them. 

At the Ash(»ville confen^nce of the American Library' Association, 
held the latter part of May, 1907, during the discussion relative to 
public documents, Mr. liichard M. Bowker, editor of the Library 
Journal, and at one time chairman of the Committee on Public Doc- 
uments, in the course of his remarks had this to say regarding the 
issue of cards: 

I wish to a<l<l <nu' more .'^iippostiuii, that W)oiK'r or later there? should be brought 
about a closer correlation between the c-ard system of the Library of Congreae 
and tlie ofhce of the Sui)erinten<lent of Documents, so that simultaneously 
with the volume, an<l perhaps in tlie volume itself, there may be sent to the 
libraries the projwr analytic cards for the volume. I don't think there could 
Ix? a ^eater savinp to the libraries than a system of that sort. 



REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 341 

Not onlv do I desire '^closer correlation^' with the Library of Con- 
gress, but with every other office w^hich undertakes to catalogue its 
publications. In fact, I intend to take up this matter in such a way 
as to bring about as much consolidation of this work in this office as 
possible. 

Mr. Henr\' M. Gill, of the New Orleans Public Library, in his 
interesting paper on the '^ Obstacles to a proper use of documents by 
depositor^' libraries,'' which was read at the Asheville conference, has 
this to say relative to the discontumance of the card issue by this 
office: 

A few nights ago I noticed a paragraph by Mr. Roden. It was a psahn of 
rejoicing after a period of long suffering: "Only within the last few months 
have we been vouchsafed a glimpse of the promised land in the printed cards 
for the current documients henceforth to be issued by the document office in 
Washington, after a full forty years wandering in the wilderness which, unaided, 
we found ourselves so sadly unable to subdue." These words of triumph seem 
now to be surrounded by an atmosphere of mingled pathos and humor, for 
hardly had they been uttered when the document office, more cruel than the 
Amorites and the Caananite^, rudely thrust the singer back into his wilderness 
of despair. The cards that the superintendent began to issue in full sets were 
found to be too expensive and the office could not sell them without the author- 
ization of Congress. ' The Government owes it to the depositories to furnish 
them with an ample supply of catalogue cards. The money that is being spent 
by libraries in caring for public documents is a very considerable sum. 

The great work, however, that the depositories should take hold of as a united 
body is the securing from the Government the means of cataloguing their 
collections. • 

* * * A card section should be created in the document office to supply 
catalogue cards in sufficient numbers to every depository library. At the very 
least cards should be supplied by the Superintendent for all current documents. 
We should assist him in securing authority from Congress to issue cards in suffi- 
cient numbers, and, if necessary, charge for them. I believe that most 
depository libraries would realize that it would be cheaper to buy the cards 
than to try to do their ov n cataloguing un.nded. 

Since the temporary abandonment of the issue of printed cards by 
this of lice the Library of Congress has taken up the matter in its 
well-organized Card Section and issues cards for a selected few of the 
most important current public documents. 

The Library of Congress also prints and distributes cards for the 
Agriculture Department publications, these cards being prepared by 
the Department. The Geological Survey publications are also being 
thoroughly catalogued. 

At j)resent we distribute with our shipments carefully prepared 
invoices, which are compiled in the simplest form for checking pur- 
poses. As soon as we have caught up with our back work in cata- 
loguing, or possibly with the commencement of the Sixtieth Con- 
gress, I hope to resume the issue of printed cards for all books sent to 



342 REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 

designated depository libraries and furnish them in lieu of the present 
invoices in sufficient numbers to meet all their needs in cataloguing. 
If tliis attempt succeeds and experience warrants it we may then 
increase our scope to analytical work, which of course could not at 
present be undertaken. 

The ideal plan. 

After years of practical experience in the Usting and uses of Gov- 
ernment publicatiims, I am of the opinion that the ideal plan for fur- 
nishing library aids for (lovemment publications embraces these four 
important features: 

1. Printed cards in suflicient numbers to catalogue completely, 
and as nearly as possible in conformity with the monthly catalogue 
entries, every publication distributed to designated depository libra- 
ries; the cards to be sent with, or as soon as possible after, the books. 

2. A monthly catalogue which shall completely cover the publi- 
cations of a month, the entries to be nuide consistent with the 
document catalosrue as far as possible and set down in a classed 
form with a cunudative index. 

3. A d()cum(»nt catalogue issued biennially, which shall present 
as the permanent record and elaborate cunuilaticm of the monthly 
catalogue for two fiscal years, thus ('overing the period of an entire 
C<m<i:ress instead of a single sessicm. 

4. A monthly ])rice list of public documents, giving the titles of 
im])ortant ])u])lications printed durin^]: the mcmth, stating where 
they are obtainable, and i\w price thereof, and including such notes 
of general interest as it may seem desirable to make public. 

This can all be accomplished with but slight duplication of work 
except in the nuitter of printinjj:, and, as outlined, presents the 
simplest form we can at |)rescnt devise to m(»et all the needs. 

The duties of this section hav(* been varied. Numerous special 
lists and indexes have been called for in addition to the work on the 
check list. 

It takes a ^reat deal of work of this cliaract<T to nuike any showing 
at all. and while pro^rress is l)ein<r nnide slowly, so far as the new 
edition of the checklist is concerned, work on it is being accomplished. 

Kver since*. th(» i.s.sue, in n)()4. of the "List of Publications of the 
Agriculture Department, lS02-n)()2," there has been a constant 
dennind for the other I)(»])artment lists, of which series the Agricul- 
ture list WMS No. 1. Had it not ])een for the necessarj' reorganiza- 
tion of the odice of the Superintendent of Documents some of the 
other hsts would have ])een issued before now, but as it is they are in 
com])aratively th(» same incomplete state as they were a year and a 
half atro. 



REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 843 

The work as outlined for these Department lists involves the care- 
ful listing and indexing of all the pubUcations of each of the Execu- 
tive Departments and independent publishing offices, and the com- 
pilation and issuance of this information, arranged by Departments, 
and uniform in every respect with the Agriculture issue. 

This plan will some day be carried out, and by degrees the neces- 
sary statistics are being gathered, but it is work of such magnitude 
thfit considerable time will be spent in the mere collection of material 
before it can be edited or published. 

To satisfy the repeated demands of those interested in public docu- 
ments for some sort of a list which will indicate what completes a 
certain set or what constitutes a collection of a given pubUshing 
office, it has been decided to issue a ^'checklist'' which shall ccmtain 
entries in the simplest form for all the publications of the United 
States Government, arranged by (1) Departments, (2) bureaus, (3) 
series. 

The old checklist, issued in 1895, proved one of the most popular 
works ever published by this office and the edition was soon ex- 
hausted. A reprint would have been made but for the fact that a 
revised and elaborate edition was in contemplation. 

It has been further determined to issue the checklist in advance 
sheets, and their publication will begin in the near future. Each 
publishing office will be separately treated, and space will be left on 
the sheets to allow for corrections or additions. These sheets will 
be sent out to the libraries and pubHshing offices ^\ath the request 
that they give this office the benefit of their criticism and supply it 
with any additional information which they may possess. 

In this w^ay a list should be evolved which, when finally issued, 
will l)e an authentic and complete bibHography of the United States 
(iov^ernment publications. 

LIBRARY SECTION. 

From its inception this library, now comprising the largest collec- 
tion of United States public documents in the world, has proved an 
in(lispcnsal)le adjunct to the proper conduct of the business of this 
office. It was instituted primarily as. a key to the stock. This it 
accoinj)lishes now, but it also sup])lies the material for the great 
amount of reference work we are called upon to perform. It forms a 
working basis for the compilation of our man}' catalogues, lists, and 
indexes, and is used continually by the editors in th'fe Editorial Section 
in their endeavors to procure uniformity of issue in the output of pub- 
lications of the various offices. 

The systematic stock taking in which we have been engaged during 
the greater part of this year has been the means of adding to the 
librar}' many valuable old works of which we had previously no 



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REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 



knowledge, and we anticipate still further accessions7as weTadvance 
in this work. 

The tabulated statistics of the libran^ are as follows: 

Additions and totals for the fiscal year 1907, 



In library June 30, Increase from June 
1907. 30. 1906. 



Govcrmnent authors and publishing offices. 



Agriculture Department 

Civil Service Commission 

Conunerc-e and Labor Department 

Congress, documents prior to Fifteenth Congress (1817), 

volumes 

Congress, niis<'ellaneous publications 

Congress, oflicial records of proceedings 

Congressional docimient s (sheep 8«t) , 1817-1907 

District of Columbia. Board of Commissioners 

Fish Commission Bureau 

Geographic Board 

Government Trinting Oftice 

Interior Department 

Interstato-Conmicrce Commission 

Judiciary (United States courts) 

J ust ice I )ppa rt mpnt 

Labor Department 

Library of Congress 

National Academy of Sciences 

National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers 

Navy Department 

Post-Ollice Department 

President of United States 

Smithsonian Institution 

State Department 

Treasur>' Department 

War Department 

Total 

Grand total 



Docu- 
ments. 


Maps. 
5,394 


^s: M«p«- 


7,201 


1,009 


410 


405 




139 ... 




2,968 


290 


833 


67 


651 




7 ... 




3,253 




682 ... 




458 




27 ... 




5,095 




160 ... 




658 




60 ... 




636 




16 ... 




31 




8 ... 




351 




30 ... 




8,948 


2,142 


503 


92 


686 




104 ... 




397 




46 ... 
49 ... 




347 






96 




1 ... 




951 




198 ... 




97 




17 ... 




120 




8 .... 




9,768 


1,373 


1,124 


111 


3,913 


124 


391 ..., 




903 




338 ... 




2.668 




214 .... 




4,313 


5 


207 .... 




11.747 


739 


891 ... 




15,014 


383 


1,836 


8 


81,675 


10,450 


8,988 
9,676 


668 


92. 


125 





It is our desire to make this collection as complete as possible. Up 
to the present time the books have been gathered from the duplicates 
returned by the libraries, or received by shipment from the Govern- 
ment Printing Oflice, or from the publishing offices for cataloguing. 
In a few instances we have begged a volume or a set from an office 
which wc knew possessed the books desired, but as yet no special 
effort has been made to fill up our gaps and reduce our list of wants. 

We are indebted to various publishing offices for donations to fill 
gaps in our collection of their early reports. The Library of Congress 
has also been very generous in supplying us with missing volumes and 
even entire sets. 



REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 345 

Some time in the future it is our purpose to issue a list of our wants, 
and we. feel sure from past experiences that whenever a library can 
supply our needs it will do so gladly. It should be, and doubtless will 
be, a pleasure for the libraries to contribute to this laudable purpose of 
completing the already magnificent collection in this office. 

A general catalogue. 

That the mass of publications already collected in this library will 
ever be catalogued is a question for future consideration. It is a task 
wliich demands not only the most experienced people to perform, but 
is so gigantic that those at present available could not complete it in 
twenty years. Public documents even in their current issues are 
sometimes enigmas to the trained cataloguers of this office, and 
usually make necessary in cataloguing great variety in treatment, on 
account of their lack of bibliographical and even typograpliical clear- 
ness. And of earlier issues notliing need be said, as all who consult 
them or attempt to trace them by accessible library aids know that 
their intricacies are appalling. 

In 1874 (Forty-third Congress, first session, Senate Miscellaneous 
Document 125, serial no. 1584), a memorandum was submitted by 
the Librarian of Congress concerning a complete index to the docu- 
ments and debates of Congress. The scheme proposed contemplated 
the indexing of some 1,600 volumes containing the documents and 
reports, and records of the proceedings of Congress from colonial 
times down to that date, and while it was admitted that it would be a 
stupendous task, it is denominated '^an enterprise worthy of Congress, 
and one which no considerations of difficulty or of expense should be 
permitted to defeat.^' 

After some years of experience in the practical work with the 
material he proposed to make available by means of a ''topical" 
index, I am led to believe that such an index is not at all what is 
desired to unseal the veritable treasures which are buried in public 
documents. A complete dictionary catalogue is w^hat is needed, and 
such a catalogue is not at present possible of production at any price, 
on account of the lack of trained people available for the work. 

The pioneer efforts to furnish catalogues of Government publica- 
tions prove the fallacy of endeavoring to compile accurate or usable 
library aids with untrained assistants; so that ''Poore's Descriptive 
Catalogue'' and ''Ames's Comprehensive Indexes" should be allowed 
to fill the needs as best they may until a well-organized force of 
trained assistants can be procured for the compilation of a consistent 
and reliable catalogue embracing entries for all United States public 
documents. 

In the 1905 report of this office my predecessor proposed to imder- 
take the compilation, with the facilities then at his command, of an 

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346 REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 

*' Analytical Dictionary Catalogue of all Government Publications, 
1789-1893/' and a ^^ Topical Index to the Proceedings and Debates in 
Congress, 1789-1905," and to complete these publications in six 
years at $27,400 per year, or a total cost of $166,400. 

Both publications are desirable, and will in time be compiled, but 
I would not undertake the work at present; and when I did I would 
require consideraT)ly more than $27,400 a y«ar to cover the expense 
of compilation and demand many more than six years for the cona- 
pletion of either one, certainly not both, of the works suggested. 

When a well-established and perfectly satisfactory plan for cata- 
loguing current issues has been devised and is being successfully oper- 
ated, then will be time enough to figure on the problem of this 
already long delayed though very necessary cataloguing and indexing 
of fonner issues. 

Government indexing. 

A thoroughly interesting, and perhaps amusing, volume could be 
written regarding the preparation of indexes in general and those 
found in public documents in particular. 

As a key to a volume or collection of volumes an index figures as 
Bn important factor in the use of the material comprised. It should 
therefore be carefully constnicted along lines as strictly drawn and 
established as those so tenaciously adhered to by the cataloguers in 
the work of recording the location of the volumes or collections. It 
is generally supposed that it requires a special sort of intelligence 
and an unusual amount of careful training to evolve a cataloguer, 
but that anyone who can read and write can compile an index. 
This supposition is entirely erroneous. You can educate persons of 
ordinary intelligence to catalogue, but it is my opinion that indexers 
are born, not made. There is a certain intuitive quality which the 
successful indexer must possess, which is found so seldom as to place 
really competent indexers in the class of geniuses. 

Had not the mistaken idea as to anyone's capabilities for construct- 
ing an index been so prevalent, usable books would have been the 
rule rather than the exception. 

The indexing of volumes or series of public documents, unlike 
their cataloguing, presents no extraordinary difficulties, and yet, with 
but few notable exceptions, the work has been done in an amateurish 
fashion, indicative of lack of appreciation of the value of careful 
indexing and unfamiliarity with the subject-matter treated of. 

While we have no experts in this line of work in this office, we have 
some promising workers, and have the advantage of being in a posi- 
tion to devise ways and means at least for providing uniformity in 
this respect. 

This office should, therefore, possessing, as it does, the official cata- 
loguing forces for Government publications, be the center from 



REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 347 

which all Government catalogues and indexes emanate. I do not 
advocate the preparation of all indexes here, as I am convinced that 
a thorough knowledge of the suhject-matter is the only surety against 
a poor index, but they should all be edited and published by this 
office, that uniformity in their form at least might be established. 
No more exasperating feature presents itself to the searcher in public 
documents than the variety of indexes which he is called upon to 
consult. 

One unique specimen which has been discovered has not only a 
name, but is furnished with a motto as well. It is to be found in 
Senate Miscellaneous Documents 48, Fifty-second Congress, first 
session, and is entitled ''Bird's-eye Index of the Torrey Bankrupt 
Bill," with the truly good indexing motto, "A place for everything 
and everything in its place.'' It is, however, nothing more nor less 
than a one-page ta])le of contents, as complete and consistent as 
hundreds of other so-called indexes, but more notable on account of 
the pretensions expressed in its caption. 

From the antiquated ''cHopped" index, where the title is cut in 
two at the word under which the entry is to be made and the first 
part of the sentence is transferred to the end, to the expensive and 
ragged ''cleared" index, which is still used to some extent, and on 
down through various modifications of these forms to the simple 
"indention index," which is now used by this office, the confused in- 
(juirer is forced to wander through a perfect maze of bibliographic 
al)surdities. 

Besides tliis, the enormous and useless outlay which is incurred 
by the adoption of systems such as the one used in the index to the . 
Congressional Record, where the lavishness with which space is con- 
sumed adds expense to the work without any particular benefit, could 
be avoided. 

The same arguments oifered in favor of the centralization of the 
distri])ution of public documents can be offered in support of the cen- 
tralization of the work of cataloguing and indexing them, and it is 
hoped that in acting upon these matters their.merits only may be con- 
sidered and all personal considerations may be set aside in the 
interest of the public good and in an endeavor to remove the just 
opprobrium which much of the present governmental business organi- 
zation engenders. 

EDITORIAL SECTION. 

Tills section, which is destined to become an important division of 
t his office, has been fully dealt with in another portion of this report, 
so it but remains for me to say here that if it in any degree approxi- 
mates in results what is anticipated for it in my thought regarding it, 
its value to the future issue of Government publications will need no 
defense, for its work will fully justify its existence. 



348 REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 

SALES. 

No sooner had the office begun to operate in 1895 than applications 
were received for the purchase of publications. The first year's sales 
were very small in comparison with those of the present report, but 
the increase has been gradual year after year, until this fiscal year, 
1907, when, through judicious advertising and voluminous corre- 
spondence, the sales have been increased 100 per cent. 

The following table is interesting as indicating the growth in popu- 
laritv of this sales feature: 

Sales statement. 



Returned i Returned 

Fiscal year. Sales. to re- , Fiscal year. Sales. to re- 

mitters, mitters. 



1896 S889.09 1902 $10,94a21 $73ft.84 

1897 4,016.15 $380.75 1903 11,437.94 1,231.35 

1898 4,18422 731.70 1904 12,49a98 98a29 

1899 7,328.46 654.29 1905 16,275.09 1,095.31 

1900 8,644.34 953.65 1906..* 16.485.88 1,729.50 

1901. 9,062.09 1,186.25 1907 32,172.88 2,252 61 

The amounts shown as ^'returned to remitters'' indicate a lack of 
stock for demanded publications, caused to a great extent by the 
poor economy of the publishing offices in printing limited editions of 
valuable works, or more often bv our inabilitv to foresee a demand 
when a book is put to press and we have only its title to go by in 
ordering for stock. 

Another anno^-ing feature which prevents many sales being con- 
summated is the necessity for refusing postage stamps when remitted 
in payment for books, as we have no means of disposing of them or 
converting them into cash. Our sales are largely in amounts of 5, 10, 
or 15 cents and other small amounts, and the farmers especially find 
it convenient to remit postage stamps. In many instances the 
return of these stamps loses us the sale, deprives the man of the book 
desirefl, and costs more clerical labor to record the return than it 
would to make the sale. 

A legal tender of small amounts is greatly needed, and its advent 
would be welcomed by thousands who patronize a mail-order busancss 
such a-s this office conducts. 

By the use of up-to-date business methoils we expect to put Gov- 

< II nt documents before the pubUc as prominently as their impor- 

1 e riemands. We hope to continue to incrt^ase the sides year after 

by educating the people to apply to this office for books or 

ktion, and to endeavor to have on hand in accesjsible form for 

lie delivery what they desire. In the interest of this develop- 



REPORT OF THE PUBLIC PRINTER. 349 

ment as much red tape as possible must be eliminated and our inter- 
course with our customers be as systematic and prompt as that of 
large commercial enterprises. 

ADVERTISING. 

The $4,000 appropriated by the act of March 4, 1907 (34 Stat. L., 
p. 1398), for the purpose of advertising for sale the surplus of certain 
valuable publications was very fruitful in the desired results, and our 
records show that approximately $1,800 of sales are already directly 
traceable to this advertising, the results of which will of course extend 
into the future ; a splendid showing, when it is considered that this is 
the first time such advertising has been done in relation to public doc- 
uments. It is hoped that the appropriation for the fiscal year 1908 
will prove as productive. 

Besides this expenditure, the issue of pamplilets on simplified spell- 
ing gained wide notoriety and proved for us another means of mate- 
rially increasing our sales, but the chief factor in this increase (100 per 
cent during the past fiscal year) has been the intelligent handling of 
prospective customers by the clerks of this office, who are engaged 
in making quotations and filling orders. No effort has been spared 
in giving customers all the information procurable on the subject in 
which they signified an interest. 

In lieu of a general price list, various small lists on subjects of 
special interest have been completed and distributed in large numbers. 

Of price list No. 10, ''Laws of the United States,'' two editions 
have been printed; large numbers of No. 11, on ''Food and Diet/' 
and of No. 12, on "Water Pollution and Water Purification,'' are 
being distributed. 

Numerous other special price lists are in course of preparation, 
and leaflets will be issued when the material is not sufficient to warrant 
the compilation of a price list; in fact, this work is growing so rapidly, 
and is found so effectual in popularizing Government publications, 
that a detail of trained people is contemplated and the eventual 
establishment of a section devoted entirely to the work of preparing 
such lists and leaflets. 

We are also designing a poster to be displayed in the libraries, 
giving direction as to how to obtain Government publications or 
information concerning them. It is also intended to request per- 
mission of the Post-Office Department to display these notices in 
the post-offices throughout the country as a means of informing the 
people that a large bureau is maintained in Washington for the 
pur[)ose of supplying Government publications free to libraries, or 
at cost to individuals. 

Elaborate preparations are made for the development of trade by 
proper "following-up" methods; and extensive classified \a&\A %x^ 



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being gradually compiled accessible for circularizing when that class 
of literature is received wliich will warrant it/ In short, everything 
is being done within the limits of the law to inform the American 
people what is available in the form of public documents; and the 
information is put before them by as attractive and business-like 
methods as those employed by first-class publishers in the commercial 
field. 

It should here be said that this work is not done in the hope of 
exploiting any business scheme nor to develop, primarily, a self- 
supporting office, although these considerations would be justifiable; 
but it is to fill a long-felt need — to centralize the distributing point 
for Government documents and information concerning them. 

THREE^CLASSES 'OF^LEBR ARIES. 

This office is at work adding to its' list the' names,'^addresses,^ and 
statistics of all organized libraries of which it receives notice.%This 
list is under constant revision, and the libraries thereon are supplied 
from time to time with literature of interest relating to United 
States public documents. 

There are three classes of libraries with which we deal — namely, 
the designated depository libraries, the geological depository libra- 
ries, and the miscellaneous libraries. 

DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY LIBRARIES. 

Before the establishment of designated depositories, or any system- 
atic methods for the distribution of public documents, special acts 
were passed at various times providing for the printing of a sufficient 
number of copies of the public journals of the Senate and House of 
Representatives for distribution to the executives of the several 
States and each branch of the State and Territorial legislatures. 
Provision was also made at times for supplying these journals, the 
acts, and sometimes the documents and reports, to each university 
and college incorporated in each State, as well as to the incorporated 
historical societies throughout the country. 

During the Thirteenth Congress, second session, December 27, 1813, 
a resolution was adopted embodying these provisions wliich had here- 
tofore been covered by special legislation, and not only directing for 
a Congress, but stating "for every future Congress." Two hundred 
copies in addition to the usual number was the limit named for docu- 
ments, and this of course was more than sufficient for the needs at 
that early day. 

At the third session of the same Congress, under date of December 1, 
1814, the provisions of the above-mentioned resolution were extended 
to enil)race the American Antiquarian Society at Worcester, Mass. 



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Again, at the Eighteenth Congress, second session, March 3, 1825, 
the Gardiner Lyceum was added to the hst. 

By joint resolutions approved July 20, 1840, and April 30, 1844, the 
number of copies of journals and documents printed was increased to 
300. 

A resolution of January 28, 1857, as amended by resolution of 
March 20, 1858, was the real basis of the institution of depositories. 
By these provisions the journals and documents which up to that 
time were deposited in the Library of Congress for distribution by the 
librarian, and 250 copies of those deUvered to the Department of 
State for distribution by that Department to colleges and other 
hterary institutions, were transferred to the jurisdiction of the Secre- 
tary^ of the Interior ''for distribution to such colleges, public libraries, 
atheneums, literary and scientific institutions, and boards of trade or 
public associations as may be designated to him by the Representative 
in Congress from each Congressional district, and by the Delegate from 
each Territory in the United States/' 

The following February, at the second session. Thirty-fifth Con- 
gress (February 5, 1859), an act was passed providing for '* keeping 
and distributing all public documents'' (11 Stat. L., p. 379). This 
act charged the Secretary of the Interior ''with receiving, arranging, 
safe-keeping, and distribution" of public documents "of every 
nature," already or hereafter directed by law to be printed or pur- 
chased for the use of the Government, "except such as are for the 
special use of Congress or the Executive Departments." It also 
empowered him to remove from the Congressional Library and other 
places all accumulations of books, journals, etc., and appropriated 
$22,000 for the purpose. He was directed by the act to keep accu- 
rate statistics of the receipt and distribution of all books. 

Section 5 of this act further amended the resolution of January 28, 
1857, by providing for the Senators, and directing that the distri- 
bution should be made first to such States as had not yet been cov- 
ered by distribution, and that in the future the distribution should 
be kept equal in each Congressional district and territory. 

All the books, maps, charts, etc., heretofore deposited in the 
Department of State were also turned over to the Secretary of the 
Interior. 

The act of February 5, 1859, was in force without amendment 
until March 2, 1861, at the Thirty-sixth Congress, second session, 
when a long act to amend was passed (12 Stat. L., p. 244), the most 
important feature of which as affecting general distribution was con- 
tained in the first section, which gave the Secretary of the Interior 
the riglit to designate libraries to receive publications of which the 
edition was not sufficient to supply the regular depositories to be 
named by the Senators and Members. His power of selection was 



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limited, however^ by a proviso in section 2, which stated that in 
future the public documents to be distributed by the Secretary of the 
Interior should be sent to the institutions already designated, unless 
he should be satisfied that any such institution was no longer a suit- 
able depository for the same. This act also contained a clause repeal- 
ing all acts or parts of acts inconsistent with its provisions. 

Upon the basis of these acts the Revised Statutes were compiled, 
and chapter 7, sections 497 to 511, pages 82-85, contains all opera- 
tive provisions reenacted at that time. 

No legislation can be found prior to that contained in the general 
printing act of January 12, 1895, affecting the State and Territorial 
libraries, and it is thought that it became customary to send docu- 
ments regulariy to these libraries, under the discretionary powers 
vested in the Secretary of the Interior, and that that accounts for 
their appearance on the depository list many years prior to 1895. 

The designated depository list comprises at present by law the 
following-described libraries: 

All State libraries 46 

AH Territorial libraries 4 

One library for each Congressional district, to be designated by the Member from 

that district 391 

One library to be designated in any part of the State by each Senator 92 

One library to be designated by each Delegate in Congress in any part of a Terri- 
tory' 4 

The following libraries have been added to the above Ustby spe- 
cial legislation: 

The libraries of each of eight of the Executive Departments in Washington 8 

The libraries of the United States Military and Naval academies 2 

The library of the Pliilippine government 1 

The libraries of the land-grant colleges 67 

Total 615 

At present only 474 of these libraries have been designated and 
many districts are without representatives. At the conmiencement 
of the Sixtieth Congress an endeavor will be made to fill up the list. 

The idea of 'designated depositor}" libraries/' that is, libraries 
scattered throughout the countr}' in which are deposited, under 
the provisions of law, c