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lems and policies of Commerce and Labor Department], at ban-
quet of Merchants' Club, Chicago, 111., Mar. 12, 1904. 1904.

Cortelyou, George B. Address of Secretary Cortelyou [What can the
new Department do for lumber interests?], at banquet of National
Wholesale Lumber Dealers' Association, Washington, D. C.,
Mar. 3, 1904. 1904.



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Classification
no.

C1.2:

C81 5



C81 6



D44



El 5



In4

Lll
N21

N42y

Or3

SI 5



St2 2
SU7 1



Su7 2
Su7 3
V24



C1.3:

(nos.)



Cl. SECRETARY Continued

General publications Continued

Cortelyou, George B. Address of Secretary Cortelyou [on New England
in commerce and industry], at banquet of New England Manu-
facturing Jewelers and Silversmiths' Association, Providence,
R. I., Mar. 5, 1904. 1904.

Cortelyou, George B. Address of Secretary Cortelyou [on benefits of
organization], at 8th annual convention of American Cotton
Manufacturers' Association, Washington, D. C., May 11, 1904.
1904.

Departmental index, alphabetical arrangement of subjects in statutes
relating to Executive Departments in general, provisions of law
referring to particular Departments not included. 1905. 4
(Dept. of Commerce and Labor doc. 30.)

Ellis Island, N. Y. Report of commission [Arthur von Briesen, Lee K.
Frankel, Eugene A. Philbin, Thomas W. Hynes, and Ralph
Trautmann] appointed by President Sept. 16, 1903, to investi-
gate condition of immigration station at Ellis Island. 1904.
(Dept. of Commerce and Labor doc. 10.)

Foods. Hearing before commission appointed by Secretaries of Treas-
ury, Commerce and Labor, and Agriculture to make rules and
regulations for carrying into effect provisions of foods and drugs
act approved June 30, 1906 [notice]. See A1.2:F73 1 .

Inheritance-tax laws, digest of principal features of laws of Great
Britain, France, and Germany, with outline of inheritance taxa-
tion in United States, and collection of judicial decisions relating
thereto. Dec. 1907.

Labor conference, proceedings of conference with representatives of
labor [Washington, D. C.], Feb. 10, 11, 1909. 1909.

Naturalization. [Statement showing approximate number of petitions
for naturalization filed in various courts, Sept. 27-Dec. 31, 1906.]
Jan. 18, 1907.

New York Harbor. Revision of New York anchorage regulations, re-
port [of committee appointed Mar. 20, 1906]. Jan. 14, 1907.
[See, for revised regulations, issued by Navigation Bureau, C11.2:
N42y.]

Organization and law of Department of Commerce and Labor [with
bibliographies; by Clair Richards Hilly er, law clerk]. 1904.
(Dept. of Commerce and Labor doc. 13.)

Slocum, General, steamer. Report of commission of investigation upon
disaster to steamer General Slocum [Lawrence 0. Murray, John
M. Wilson, C. McR. Winslow, Herbert Knox Smith, and George
Uhler; with Report of Department of Justice on criminal pro-
ceedings connected with Slocum disaster and life-preserver cases].
Oct. 8, 1904.

Statistical reorganization, report of committee appointed by Secretary
of Commerce and Labor to inquire into statistical work of Depart-
ment. Mar. 2, 1908.
Same, [with] statements of witnesses before committee. Mar. 2, 1908.

Supplies. Schedule showing contractors and prices for miscellaneous
supplies [for Department of Commerce and Labor] during fiscal
year 1907. 1906. large 8
Same, 1908. 1907. large 8
Same, 1909. 1908. 4

Valencia, steamer. Wreck of steamer Valencia, report to President of
Federal commission of investigation [Lawrence O. Murray,
William T. Burwell, and Herbert Knox Smith]. Apr. 14, 1906.-

Bulletins

[None issued.]



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Cl.


SI'X'UKTAHY niinued


no.












C1.4:


Circulars 4


(DOS.)


1


42




83


124


165




2


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84


125


166




3


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85


126


167




4


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Slit


127


168




5


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128


169




6


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88


129 %


170




7


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89


130


171




8


49




90


131


172




9


50




91


132


173




10


51




92


133


174




ii


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93


134


175




12


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94


135


176




13


54




95


136


177




14


55




96


137


178




15


56




97


138


179




16


57




98


139


180




17


58




99


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181




18


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19


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142


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20


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21


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64




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24


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106


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188 2 eds.




25


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148


189




26


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108


149


190




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28


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110


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192




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121


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40


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122


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41


82




123


164




C1.5:

(date)


Estimates of appropriations
Commerce and Labor 4


for


Department of




1905














[Discontinued.]


C1.6:


Decisions


(nos.)


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12


23


34


45


56




2


13


24


35


46


57




3


14


25


36


47


58




4


15


26


37


48


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5


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27


38


49


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61




7


18


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62




8


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9


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66



f Superseded by Steamboat Inspection Service Circular 4 (C15.4:4).
| Superseded by Steamboat Inspection Service Circular 5 (C15.4:5).



316



Classification Cl. SECRETARY Continued


no.


C1.6:


D eci sion s Continued


(nos.)


67 76 85 94 103 112




68 77 86 95 104 113




69 78 87 96 105 114




70 79 88 97 106 115




71 80 89 98 107 116




72 81 90 99 108 117




73 82 91 100 109 118




74 83 92 101 110




75 84 93 102 111


C1.7:


Reports on trade conditions




See note and entries under C10.13:


C1.8:


Rules and regulations




[Other regulations of various kinds are issued in the series of Department circulars




(C1.4:).]


C43


Chicago, 111. Rules and regulations relating to anchorage and move-
ment of vessels in harbors of Chicago. May 7, 1909. 4


M32


Marblehead, Mass. Regulations for patrol of courses of German-Amer-




ican yacht races off Marblehead, Mass., 1909. July 22, 1909.


N421


New London, Conn. Rules and regulations for patrol of course of




Harvard -Yale boat races at New London, Conn., June 25, 1908.




June 6, 1908.


Sa5


San Francisco Bay. Regulations governing patrol of San Francisco
Bay and adjacent waters during visit of [Atlantic] Fleet. Apr.
30, 1908. [Same, with alterations, as Special notice to mariners,




Apr. 18, 1908, no. 16a, for which see N6. 11:908.]


C1.9 1 :


National Council of Commerce, proceedings of


(date)


annual meetings




[Organized Dec. 1907.]




1907, Dec. 5, 6 [preliminary]




1908, Dec. 10, 1st




[No more published up to Dec. 31, 1909.]


C1.9 2 :


National Council of Commerce, proceedings of


(date)


quarterly meeting of executive committee




1909, Apr. 7 [1st]




[No more published up to Dec. 31, 1909.]



C2. ALASKAN FISHERIES DIVISION

[That part of the Special Agents Division of the Treasury Department having in charge the fisheries of
Alaska was transferred to the Department of Commerce and Labor July 1, 1903, and organized as the
Division of Alaskan Fisheries. See, for earlier publications, T35.

On Dec. 5, 1905, by order of the Secretary of Commerce and Labor, the agents at salmon fisheries of Alaska
originally under the immediate direction of the Secretary, were placed under the jurisdiction of the
Bureau of Fisheries (C6.).

The name "Division of Alaskan Fisheries" was used as late as Dec. 1, 1907, by the Commerce and Labor
Department in "Reports relating to Alaskan seal fisheries" (C2.2.-A11).

Up to Dec. 28, 1908, there were four agents of the Department who had supervision of the Fur-Seal Islands,
otherwise known as the islands of St. Paul and St. George in the Pribilof Group, Alaska. These agents
reported directly to the Secretary of Commerce and Labor but were not officially designated as a division
of the Secretary's office.

The Alaskan Fisheries Division was abolished Dec. 28, 1908, when an order of the Department of Com-
merce and Labor was issued transferring the work of these four agents to the Fisheries Bureau (C6.).
Under the Fisheries Bureau there was created a fur-seal board which consisted of an administrative
board of five members and an advisory board of distinguished naturalists. The administrative board
so constituted is under the direction of the commissioner of fisheries, the advisory board being called
upon by the Secretary of Commerce and Labor from time to time to give information to the Department.

See, for Organization and law of Department of Commerce and Labor, C1.2:Or3.]



C2.1:

(date)



Annual reports on salmon fisheries of Alaska

[1903, issued separately only; 1904 and 1905, in annual reports of Commerce and
Labor Department (Cl.l:), and issued separately also. The report for 1905 is
the last report made directly to the Secretary of Commerce and Labor. See,
for later reports, under Fisheries Bureau, C6.2.-A1 1 1, and C6.2:A1 1 e- 8 .]



317



Clwsinr.tio,, ( :_. ALASKAN 1 ISIIFJUKS 1)1 V I SIGN Continued

no.

C2.2: General publications

Al 1 Alaska. Reports relating to Alaskan seal fisheries [1906 and 1907; by

W. I. Lcinbkey]. 1908. [5242-376]
See, for 1904 and 1905 reports [4911-98J.
C2.3: Bulletins

(nos.) [None issued.]
C2.4 : Circulars
(nos.) [None issued.]

C3. CENSUS BUREAU

[The Census Office was transferred from the Department of the Interior to the Department of Commerce
and Labor, July 1, 1903, and the name Bureau of the Census was adopted. See, for earlier publications,

Settlor Organization and law of Department of Commerce and Labor, C1.2:Or3.]

Annual



C3.1:

(date)

C3.2:

Ab8

C33



C68



C82



D34



D34



L97

M84 1



MS I -
M84 3

M84 4
Of2

P38



reports

[1904-09, in annual reports of Commerce and Labor Department (Cl.l:), and issued
separately also. See, for report, July 1-Oct. 28, 1903, C3.2:P42.]

General publications

Abstract of 12th census, 1900. 3d edition. 1904. [See, for 1st and 2d
editions, 1 13.2:Ab8' 2 .]

Census. American census taking from 1st census of United States [by
William R. Merriam; with Plans for future census work, by
George B. Cortelyou, and Summary of census publications, 1790-
1900]. [1904.] [Paper by Merriam from Century magazine, Apr.
1903.]

Collaboration in Federal and State statistical work, report of permanent
committee on uniformity of schedule and cooperative work in
census of manufactures of 1905, 20th annual convention of Com-
missioners of State Labor Bureaus, Concord, N. H., July 12, 1904.
1904.

Cotton ginning. Shall cotton-ginning reports be stopped? question for
the South to decide, letter from Director North and interview
with Congressman Burleson; from Washington post, Dec. 30,
1904. 1904. large 8

Death. Statistical treatment of causes of death, cooperative work rela-
tive to treatment of jointly returned causes and revision of inter-
national classification, plan proposed by Committee on Demog-
raphy of American Public Health Association. [1903.]

Death. Modes of statement of cause of death and duration of illness
upon certificates of death, comparison of forms now in use in
United States and other countries, and suggestion of modification
of standard certificate of death in order to secure uniform and
definite statements of causes of death, check list of registration
officials, reports, and bulletins. [1907.]

Lumber. Production of lumber, lath, and shingles, 1907. 1908. [Pre-
pared in cooperation with Forest Service.]

Mortality statistics, [calendar year] 1905, 6th annual report, with re-
vised rates for intercensal years 1901-04, and for quinquennial
period 1900-04, based upon State censuses of 1905. 1907. 4
[See, for earlier reports, C3.5:M84.]

Same, [calendar year] 1906, 7th annual report. 1908. 4
Same, [calendar year] 1907, 8th annual report. 1909. 4
[Appendix 2 was printed originally as a pamphlet entitled Tuberculosis in United
States; see C3.2:T79.J

Same, [calendar year] 1908, 9th annual report. 1910. 4
Officers and employees of Department of Commerce and Labor [May

1] 1908. 1908.
Pennsylvania. Extension of registration area for births and deaths,

practical example of cooperative census methods as applied to

Pennsylvania. [1906.]



318



Classification C3. CENSUS BTJKE ATI Continued


no.


C3.2:


General publications Continued


P42


Permanent bureau. Report of director concerning administration of




permanent bureau [July 1-Oct. 28, 1903]. 1903.


P81


Population. Century of population growth from 1st census of United
States to 12th, 1790-1900; [by W. S. Rossiter]. 1909. 4


P94


Property. Estimated true value of property, 1900 and 1904. [1906.] 4


P96


Public debt of United States, 1870, 1880, 1890, and 1902. 1906. 4


R26 1


Registration of births and deaths, drafts of laws and forms of certificates,




information for local officers. [1st edition.] [1904.]


R26 2


Same. [2d edition.] [1906.]


R26 3


Registration. Legal importance of registration of births and deaths,




[with] Report of Special Committee on Vital [and Penal] Statis-
tics to Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws.




[1908.]


8t2


Statistics. Census Office and coordination of statistics, reply of direc-




tor of census to inquiries of Interdepartmental Statistical Com-




mittee. Jan. 8, 1909.


T34


Thirteenth census. Important points on U. S. census [preparing pub-
lic to give correct answers in 13th census, 1910]. [1909.] 24


T79


Tuberculosis in United States; [by Cressy L. Wilbur]. [1908.] [Pre-
pared for International Congress on Tuberculosis, Washington,
D. C., Sept. 21-Oct. 12, 1908. Printed also as Appendix 2 of
Mortality statistics, 1907 (C3.2:M84 3 ).]


Un3'


Uniform municipal accounting, minutes of [1st] conference held in




Washington [D. C.], Nov. 19, 20, 1903, under auspices of Bureau




of Census. 1904.


Un3 2


Same, proceedings of 2d conference, Washington [D. C.], Feb. 13,




14, 1906. 1906.


C3.3:


Bulletins 4


(nos.)


See, for Bulletins, 13th census, 1910, footnote classes for C3.14 1 " 8 :




1 See 1 14.3:1. 32 63




2 See 1 14.3:2. 33 64




3 See I 14.3:3. 34 65




4 See I 14.3:4. 35 66




5 36 67




6 37 68




7 38 69




8 39 70




9 40 71




10 41 72




11 42 73




12 43 74




13 44 75




14 45 76




15 46 77




16 47 78




17 48 79




18 49 80




19 50 81




20 51 82




21 52 83




22 53 84




23 54 85




24 55 86




25 56 87




26 57 88




27 58 89




28 59 90




29 60 91




30 61 92




31 62 93



319



Classification

no.



C3. CKNsrs lirREATJ Continued
C3.3: Bulletins Cont in u. <!



(no8.)



C3.3:

(CT)
C3.4:

(DOS.)
C3.5:

Anl

B43
B61
C33 1

C33 2
C49 1

C49 2

C49 3

C49 4
El 2



Ex7



In7

M31 1
M31 2
M31 3
M31 4

M34 1
M34 2



94

95 Same.

96 99
See also Lai .5:1 and 100

C3.5:M34 I 3 . 101

97 102

Bulletins (separates*



[Rev. <<!.] f



103
104
105
106
107
108



Circulars

[None issued.]
Special reports

Analysis. Supplementary analysis and derivative tables, 12th census,

1900. 1906. 4

Benevolent institutions, 1904. 1905. 4
Blind and deaf, 1900. 1906. 4
Central electric light and power stations, 1902. 1905. 4 [Also

in Electrical industries, 1902 (C3.5:E12).]
Same, 1907. 1910. 4

Cities. Statistics of cities having population of over 30,000, 1905; [with
appendix, Sewerage and sewage disposal, by Moses N. Baker].
1907.

Same, 1906; [with appendixes, Municipal receipts from public
service corporations; Uniform accounts and reports of water-
supply systems, by Moses N. Baker]. 1908. 4
Same, 1907 [with appendix, Uniform system of accounting for water-
supply enterprises]. 1910. 4

Same, 1908; [by Le Grand Powers and E. H. Maling]. 1910. 4
Electrical industries, 1902. 1906. 4
Contents:

Central electric light and power stations, 1902. 1905.
Street and electric railways, 1902. 1905.

Telephones and telegraphs [municipal electric fire alarm and police patrol
systems, calendar year] 1902; [by Thomas Commerford Martin]. 1906.

See also, for reports issued separately, C3.5:C33 l > 2 , St8 1 > 2 , and T23 l .
Express business in United States, [fiscal year] 1907; [by Russell H.
Snead]. 1908. 4 [Compiled by Interstate Commerce Commis-
sion and published by Census Office.]

See, for Interstate Commerce Commission Annual reports on statistics

of express companies in United States, IC1.53:
Insane and feeble-minded in hospitals and institutions, 1904; [by John

Koren]. 1906. 4
Manufactures, 1905: pt. 1, United States by industries. 1907. 4*

Same: pt. 2, States and Territories. 1907. 4

Same: pt. 3, Special reports on selected industries. 1908. 4*

Same: pt. 4, Special reports on selected industries [with bibliog-
raphies]. 1908. 4

Marriage and divorce, 1867-1906: pt. 1, Summary, laws, foreign sta-
tistics. 1909. 4

Same: pt. 2, General tables. 1908. 4

[This Special report embodies results of 2 investigations, reports of which appeared
previously as Report on marriage and divorce, 1867-86, Labor Department Special
report 1 (Lal.5:l), and Marriage and divorce, 1887-1906, Bulletin 96 of Census
Bureau (C3.3:96).j



f-The original edition of Bulletin 98 bears on p. 17 the signature mark "81809
09 3 " m and the revised edition, "2290010- 3." The subject matter of the 2
editions is identical except that the revised edition contains a corrected map of
Oklahoma and text corrections on p. 15.



320



Classification
no.

C3.5:

M66

M84

Ocl

P28

P93

R27 1

K27 2

StS 1

St8 2
T23 1



T23 2
T68
W37
W84

C3.5":

(CT)
C3.6:

C82 1

C82 2

C82 3
C82 4
C86

D64
El 2

F45 1

F45 2
F53

G28 1



G28 2
M31 1

M31 2
M31 3
M34



C3. CENSUS BTJREATJ Continued



1906. 4 {See, for later



Special reports Continued

Mines and quarries, 1902. 1905. 4

Mortality statistics, [calendar years] 1900-04.
reports, C3. 2 :M84 1 - 4 .]

Occupations at 12th census. 1904. 4

Paupers in almshouses, 1904. 1906. 4

Prisoners and juvenile delinquents in institutions, 1904. 1907. 4*

Religious bodies, 1906: pt. 1, Summary and general tables. 1910. 4*
Same: pt. 2, Separate denominations, history, description, and sta-
tistics. 1910. 4

Street and electric railways, 1902. 1905. 4 [Also in Electrical indus-
tries, 1902 (C3.5:E12).]
Same, 1907. 1910. 4

Telephones and telegraphs [municipal electric fire alarm and police



patrol systems, calendar year] 1902; [by Thomas Commerford
Martin]. 1906. 4 [Also in El<
El 2).]



Martin]. 1906.' 4 [Also in Electrical industries, 1902 (C3.5:



Telephones, [calendar year] 1907. 1910. 4
Transportation by water, [calendar year] 1906. 1908. 4
Wealth, debt, and taxation [in United States]. 1907. 4
Women. Statistics of women at work, based on unpublished informa-
tion derived from schedules of 12th census, 1900. 1907. 4

Special reports (separates)

Instructions

Cotton ginning. Instructions to special agents, revised, cotton ginning,
crop of 1905. [Aug. 1, 1905.] 16

Cotton statistics. Instructions to special agents, cotton statistics.

[Mar. 30, 1907.] 16
Same. [May 20, 1909.] 16
Same. [July 6, 1909.] 16

Criminal judicial statistics. Instructions to clerks and special agents,
criminal judicial statistics. [May 1, 1907.] 16

Divorce. Instructions to court clerks, statistics of divorce. [1907.] 16

Electrical industries. Instructions to special agents, census of elec-
trical industries, 1907. [1908.] 16

Field employees. Fiscal regulations governing field employees; effect-
ive July 1, 1906. 1906. 16
Same; effective Nov. 1, 1909. 1909. 16

Fishing industry. Instructions to special agents, census of fishing in-
dustry, 1908. [1909.] 16

General statistics. Instructions to clerks and special agents, official
statistics of cities having population of over 30,000, 1906, general
statistics. [1906.] 16
Same, 1908, general statistics. [1908.] 16

Manufactures. Instructions to special agents, census of manufactures,
1905. [Jan. 3, 1905.] 16

Manufactures, etc. Instructions to applicants for appointment as spe-
cial agent, 1910, census of manufactures and mines and quarries,
practical test, Nov. 3, 1909. 1909.

Manufactures, etc. Instructions to special agents, census of manufac-
tures, mines, quarries, petroleum, and natural gas, 1909. [1910.]
16

Marriage. Instructions to special agents, statistics of marriage and
divorce. [1907.] 16



321



ClasNlflratlon
no.

C3.6:

M92 1

M92 3



M92 3
T68

C3.7:

(nos.)



C3.8 1 :
(v. nos.)






C3.8 2 :

(nos.)

C3.9:

(date)



C3.10:

(date)



C3.10":

(CT)
82452



C3. CENSUS BUREAU Continued

Instructions < untinued

Municipal finance, iiistnn-linnn to clerks and special agente, cities con-
taining 8,000 inlui !/i l;in Is and over. 1904. 12

Municipal finance. Instructions to clerks and special agente, official
statistics of cities having population of over 30,000, 1906, munici-
pal finance. [1906.] 16
Same, 1908, municipal finance. [1908.] ](>"
Transportation. Instructions to special agents, census of transportation

by water, 1906. [1906.] Hi-
Manufactures Division, Special bulletins

[1 and 2 not printed; issued in typewritten form only.]

3
4
5

6
7
8
9
10

[Discontinued.]

Philippine Islands census, 1903

v. 1, English ^

[1st edition]



Same, Spanish/
Same, English.
2, English j
Same, Spanish/



[2d edition, June 1, 1905]
[1st edition]



Same, English. [2d edition, June 1, 1905] '
v. 3, English i

Same^ Spani^} t lstedition l

Same, English. [2d edition, June 1, 1905]
v. 4, English "5

Same! Spanish} P* editm]

Same, English. [2d edition, June 1, 1905]
Pnilippine Islands census, 1903, Bulletins

1
2
3

Cotton ginning reports large 8

1905, Nov. 21
Dec. 28

1906, Jan. 31
Dec. 27

1907, Dec. 31

1908, Dec. 31

1909, Dec. 31

Official register [or Blue book] 4 [Biennial.]

[Transferred from Interior Department by act approved June 7, 1900. See , for earlier
issues, 81.11: and 1 1.25:}

1907, v. 1

Same, v. 2
1909, v. 1

Same, v. 2
Official register [or Blue book] (separates)

'11 21



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Classification
no.

C3.ll:



C76

F21 1

F21 2

F21 3

F21 4

F21 5

M28
M36
M38

N42h

N42yo

N81c

P38

R34

So8c

V59

V81

C3.12 1 :

(nos.)



C3.12 2 :

(nos.)



C3.12 3 :

(nos.)



C3. CENSUS BUREAU Continued
Heads of families at 1st census, 1790

[It has been impossible to obtain records of Delaware, Georgia, Kentucky, New
Jersey, Tennessee, and Virginia, as they were destroyed in 1814 when the Capitol
was burned. For Virginia, however, the records of State enumerations, 1782-85,
were accessible; such records have been issued by the Census Bureau in order
to complete this set, and the publication is classed under C3.11:V8L]

See, for 1st census publications, I 2.
Connecticut. Heads of families at 1st census, 1790: Connecticut.

1908. 4
Families. Heads of families at 1st census [1790, preliminary pages].

[1907.] 4
Same [letter to residents of New Hampshire, Vermont, and Maryland

calling attention to publication]. [May 20, 1907.] 4 (A)
Same [letter to publishers asking cooperation in making public infor-
mation concerning publication]. [May 20, 1907.] 4 (B)
Same [circular letter concerning publication], [May 20, 1907.]

4 (C)
Same [letter to members of patriotic societies calling attention to

publication]. [May 20, 1907.] 4 (D)

Maine. Heads of families at 1st census, 1790: Maine. 1908. 4
Maryland. Heads of families at 1st census, 1790: Maryland. 1907. 4
Massachusetts. Heads of families at 1st census, 1790: Massachusetts.

1908. 4

New Hampshire. Heads of families at 1st census, 1790: New Hamp-
shire. 1907. 4
New York State. Heads of families at 1st census, 1790: New York.

1908. 4
North Carolina. Heads of families at 1st census, 1790: North Carolina.

1908. 4
Pennsylvania.

1908. 4
Rhode Island.

1908. 4
South Carolina.

1908. 4

Vermont. Heads of families at 1st census, 1790: Vermont. 1907. 4



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