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ginia are completely mapped. Maps of the regular size are sold by the Geological Survey
at 10c. each. Except as otherwise indicated, a discount of 40 percent is allowed on any
order which amounts to $5.00 at the retail price. The discount is allowed on an order for
either maps or folios alone or for maps and fnlios together. In ordering, give the name
and scale of the map and the State in which t'^e area lies.

Alahama. Alabama, Mcintosh quadrangle, lat. 31°15'-31°30', long. 88''-88''15'.
Scale 1 : 62,500, contour interval 10 ft. n. p. edition of 1944. 17X 15 in. 1 10c.

1 19.12: IM 189/944

Alabama, Tensaw quadrangle, lat. 31°-31°lo', long. 87°45'-8S°. Scale

1 : 62,500, contour interval 10 ft. n, p. edition of 1944. 17X15 in. 1 10c.

I19.12:lT259/944

Arizona. Arizona, Fisher Hills quadrangle, lat. 32''15'-32°30', long. 109''30'-
109°45'. Scale 1 : 62,500, contour interval .')0 ft. n. p. edition of 1944. 17X15 in.
t 10c. 1 19.12 : 2 F 539/944

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Arizona — Continued.

Arizona, Oro Blanco quadrangle, lat. 31°15'-31°30', long. 111°15'-111°30'.

Scale 1 : 62,500, contour interval 50 ft. n. p. edition of 1&44. 17X15 in. [Map
covers only a portion of the sheet.] 1 10c. 1 19.12 : 2 Or 6/944

Arkansas, Benton quadrangle, lat. 34°30'-34°45', long. 92°30-92°45'. Scale
1 : 62,500, contour interval 20 ft. n. p. edition of 1944. 17X15 in. 1 10c.

1 19.12 : 3 B 446/944

California. California, Auburn quadrangle, lat. 38°45'-39°, long. 121°-121°15'.
Scale 1 : 62,500, contour interval 50 ft. n. p. edition of 1944. 18 X 14 in. 1 10c.

1 19.12 : 4 Au 19/944

California, Flournoy quadrangle, lat. 39°45'-40°, long. 122°15'-122°30'.

Scale 1 : 62,500, contour interval 50 ft. n. p. edition of 1944. 18X14 in. 1 10c.

1 19.12 : 4 F 668/944

California, Hernandez Valley quadrangle, lat. 36°15'-36°30', long. 120°45'-

121°. Scale 1 : 62,500, contour interval 50 ft. n. p. edition of 1944. 18x14 in.
t 10c. 1 19.12 : 4 H 43/944

California, Oroville quadrangle, lat. 39°30'-39°45', long. 121°30'-121°45'.

Scale 1 : 62,500, contour interval 50 ft. n. p. edition of 1944. 18X14 in. 1 10c.

1 19.12 : 4 Or G/944

California, Potrero quadrangle, lat. 32°30'-32°45', long. 116°30'-116°45'.

Scale 1:62,500, contour interval 50 ft. n. p. edition of 1944. 17X15 in.
[Map covers only a portion of the sheet.] f 10c. 1 19.12 : 4 P 849/944

California, Priest Valley quadrangle, lat. 36°-36°15', long. 120°30'-120°45'.

Scale 1 : 62.500, contour interval 50 ft. n. p. edition of 1944. 17X15 in. f 10c.

1 19.12 : 4 P 933/944

California, Raymond quadrangle, lat. 37°-37°15', long. 119M5'-120°.

Scale 1 : 62,500, contour interval 50 ft. n. p. edition of 1944. 17X15 in. t 10c.

119.12: 4 R 218/2/944

California, Sutter Creek quadrangle, lat. 38°15'-38°30', long. 120°45'-121"'.

Scale 1 : 62,500, contour interval 50 ft. n. p. edition of 1944. 18X14 in. 1 10c.

1 19.12 : 4 Su 88/2/944

California, Wilbur Springs quadrangle, lat. 39°-39°15', long. 122°15'-

122°30'. Scale 1:62,500, contour int-erval 50 ft. n. p. edition of 1944.
17X14 in. tlOc. 1 19.12 : 4 W 641/944

Colorado, Ralston Buttes quadrangle, lat. 39°45'-39°52'30", long. 105°15'-105°
22'30". Scale 1 : 31,680, contour interval 50 ft. n. p. edition of 1944. 17X13
in. t 10c. 1 19.12: 5 R 139/944

Florida. Florida, Green Point quadrangle, lat. 29M5'-29°52'30", long. 84°45'-
84°52'30". Scale 1 : 31,680, contour interval 10 ft. n. p. edition of 1944. 17X
15 in. t 10c. 1 19.12: 9 G 827/944

■ Florida, Long Point quadrangle, lat. 30°-30°07'30", long. 85°30'-

85°37'30". Scale 1:31,680, contour interval 10 ft. n. p. edition of 1944.
17X15 in. t 10c. 1 19.12 : 9 L 854/944

Illinois. Illinois, Galva quadrangle, lat. 41°-41°15', long. 90°-90°15'. Scale
1 : 62,500, contour interval 10 ft. n. p. edition of 1944. 18X13 in. t 10c.

1 19.12 : 12 G 139/944

Illinois, New Douglas quadrangle, lat. 38°45'-39°, long. 89°30'-89°45'.

Scale 1 : 62-,500, contour interval 10 ft. n. p. edition of 1944. 17 X 14 in. t 10c.

1 19.12 : 12 N 42 d/944

Indiana. Indiana, Bucktown quadrangle, lat. 3S°52'30"-39°, long. 87*'15'-87°
22'30". Scale 1 : 24,000, contour interval 10 ft. n. p. edition of 1944. 23X18
in. t 10c. 1 19.12 : 14 B 858/944

Indiana, Washington quadrangle, lat. 38°37'30"-38°45', long. 87°07'30"-

87°15'. Scale 1:24,000, contour interval 10 ft. n. p. edition of 1944. 23X18
in. t 10c. 119.12: 14 W 279/944

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Indiana — Continued.

Indiana, Wheatland quadrangle, lat. 38°37'30"-38°45', long. ST^IS'-ST"

22'30". Scale 1:24,000, contour interval 10 ft. n. p. edition of 1944. 23X18
in. t 10c. 119.12: 14 W5G/944

Indiana-Illinois, Frltchton quadrangle, lat. 38°37'30"-38°45', long. 87°22'

30"-87°30'. Scale 1:24,000, contour interval 10 ft. n. p. edition of 1944.
23 X 18 in. t 10c. 1 19.12 : 14 F 918/944

/owa-Missouri, Seymour quadrangle, lat. 40°30'-40°45', long. 93°-93°15'. Scale
1 : 62,500, contour interval 20 ft. n. p. edition of 1944. 17X13 In. 1 10c.

1 19.12 : If) Se 96/944

Louisiana. Louisiana. Slagle quadrangle, lat. 31°-31°15', long. 93°-93°15'.
Scale 1 : 62,500, contour interval 20 ft. n. p. edition of 1944. 18X15 in. t 10c.

1 19.12 : 18 SI 12/944

Louisiana-TexaP, Logan.sport quadrangle, lat. 31°45'-32°, long 93°45'-94''.

Scale 1 : 62,500, contour interval 20 ft. n. p. edition of 1944. 17X15 in. t 10c.

1 19.12 : 18 L 828/944

Massachusetts. Massachusetts, Edgartown quadrangle, lat. 41°20'-41°27'30",
long. 70°27'30"-70°35'. Scale 1:31,680, contour intetval 10 ft. n. p. edition
of 1&44. 17X13 in. t 10c. 1 19.12 : 21 Ed 34/944

Massachusetts, Orleans quadrangle, lat. 41°45'-41°52'30", long. 69°55'-

70°02'30". Scale 1:31,680, contour interval 10 ft. n. p. edition of 1944.
17X13 in. t 10c. 119.12 : 21 Or 5/944

Massachusetts, Taunton quadrangle, lat. 41°52'30"-42°, Ictng. 71°-71°

07'30". Scale 1 : 31,680, contour interval 10 ft. n. p. edition of 1944. 17X13 in.
t 10c. 1 19.12 : 21 T 193/944

Massachusetts-New Hampshire, Lawrence quadrangle, lat. 42°37'30"-

42°45', long. 71°07'30"-71°15'. Scale 1:31,680, contour interval 10 ft. n. p.
edition of 1944. 17 X 13 in. t 10c. 1 19.12 : 21 L 439/944

Mississippi, Vancleave quadrangle, lat. 30°30'-30°45', long. 88°30'-88°45'. Scale
1: 62,500, contour interval 10 ft. n. p. edition of 1944. 17X15 in. t 10c.

1 19.12 : 24 V 278/944

Missouri. Missouri, Gerald quadrangle, lat. 38°15'-38°30', long. 9in5'-91°30'.
Scale 1 : 62,500, contour interval 20 ft. n. p. edition of 1944. 18X14 in. f 10c.

1 19.12: 25 G 311/944

Missouri, Humansville quadrangle, lat. 37°45'-37°52'30", long. 93°30'-

93°37'30". Scale 1:24,000, contour interval 10 ft. n. p. edition of 1944.
23X18 in. t 10c. 119.12 : 25 H 88/944

Missouri, Iconium quadrangle, lat. 38°-38°07'30", long. 93°30'-93°37'30".

Scale 1 : 24,000, contour interval 10 ft. n. p. edition of 1944. 23X18 in. t 10c.

1 19.12 : 25 Ic 7/944

Missouri, Weaubleau quadrangle, lat. 37°52'30"-38°, long. 93°30'-93°37'

30". Scale 1:24,000, contour interval 10 ft. n. p. edition of 1944. 23X18
in. t 10c. 1 19.12 : 25 W 378/&44

Montana. Montana, Judith Peak quadrangle, lat. 47°-47°15', long. 109°-109°15'.
Scale 1 : 62,500, contour interval 50 ft. n. p. edition of 1944. 18X12 in. tlOc.

1 19.12: 26 J 899/944

Montana, Lewistown quadrangle, lat. 47°-47°15', long. 109°15'-109°30'.

Scale 1 : 62,500, contour interval 50 ft. n. p. edition of 1944. 17X12 in. 1 10c.

1 19.12 : 26 L 589/944

New York State, New York, Cleveland quadrangle, lat. 43°07'30"-43°15', long.
75''52'30"-76°. Scale 1:31,680, contour interval 5 ft. n. p. edition of 1944.
17X13 in. tlOc. 119.12 : 32 C 599/944

New York, Jewell quadrangle, lat. 43°07'30"-43°15', long. 75°45'-75°52'30".

Scale 1 : 31,680, contour interval 5 ft. n. p. edition of 1944. 17X18 in. f 10c.

1 19.12 : 32 J 549/944

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:^orth Dakota, Heart Butte quadrangle, 46°30'-46°45', long. 101°45'-102°. Scale
1 : 62,500, contour interval 20 ft. u. p. edition of 1944. 18X12 in. 1 10c.

1 19.12: 34 H 351/944
Pennsylvania, Canton quadrangle, lat. 41°30'-41°45', long. 76°45'-77°. Scale
1 : 62,500, contour interval 20 ft. u. p. edition of 1944. 17X13 in. f 10c.

I19.12:38ClG8/944

Rhode Island, Newport quadrangle, lat. 41°22'80"-41"'30', long. 71°15'-71°22'30".

Scale 1 : 31,080, contour interval 10 ft. n. p. edition of 1944. 17X13 in. f 10c.

1 10.12 : 39 N 42 zp/944
South Dakota, lona quadrangle, lat. 43°30'-43°45', long. 99°15'-99°30'. Scale
1 : 62,500, contour interval 20 ft. n. p. edition of 1944. 17X13 in. f 10c.

1 19.12:4110 6/944
Tea?os-Louisiana, Patroon quadrangle, lat. 31°30'-31°45', long. 93°45'-94°. Scale
1 : 62,.500, contour interval 20 ft. n. p. edition of 1944. 18X15 in. 1 10c.

1 19.12: 43 P 276/944
Utah, Monroe quadrangle, lat. 3S°30'-38°45', long. 112°-112°15'. Scale 1: 62,500,
contour interval 50 ft. n. p. edition of 1944. 18X14 in. 1 10c.

1 19.12 : 45 M 757/944

Virginia-West A'irginia. Monterey quadrangle, lat. 38°15'-38°30', long. 79°30'-

79° 45'. Scale 1 : 62,500, contour interval 40 ft. n. p. edition of 1944. 17X 14 in.

1 10c. 1 19.12 : 47 M 764/944

MINES BUREAU

Blasting. Safety blasting practices in New York quarry ; by Norman King and
Allen D. Look. May 1944. [l]+9 p. 3 p. of pi. 4° (Report of investigations,
R. I. 3752.) [Processed.] f 128.23:3752

Cement. Monthly cement report CP 275. June 1, 1944. 6 leaves, il. f° (Min-
eral industry surveys.) [Processed.] f ' 128.29:275

Same, supp. A. June 10, 3944. 4 p. il. f° (Mineral industry surveys.)

[Processed.] t I 28.29: 275/supp.A

Coal. Distribution of coal shipments, M. C. D. 146. May 27, 1944. 20 p il f°
[Processed.] t 128.24:146

Same, M. C. D. 147. June 13, 1944. 5 p. il. f° [Processed.] $ 128.24:147

Preliminary estimates of production of bituminous coal and lignite, May

1944. June 6, 1944. 1 p. 4° (Mineral industry surveys.) [Monthly. Proc-
essed.] t 128.64:944/5

Preliminary estimates of production of Pennsylvania anthracite and of

coke. May 1944. [1944.] 1 p. 4" (Mineral industry surveys; PCC 5-44)
[Monthly. Processed.] f 128.50:944/5

Weekly anthracite and coke report WACR 360-WACR 363. June 3-24,

1944. Each 3 p. or 2 p. il. 4" (Mineral industry surveys.) [Processed.] t

I 28.49 : 360-363

Weekly coal report W. C. R. 1401-W. C. R. 1405. INIay 27- June 24, 1944.

Each 2 p. or 5 p. il. 4° (Mineral industry surveys.) [Processed.] f

I 28.33 : 1401-1405

Coal-mine fatalities in Apr. 1944. [1944.] 10-[-[3] p. il. 4° (Mineral industry

surveys ; CMF 154. ) [MonthlJ^ Processed.] f 128.10/2:154

Coke. Monthly coke report, MCR 194. June 2, 1944. 3 p. il. 4" (Mineral in-
dustry surveys.) [Processed.] t 128.30:194

Drill hole casifigs. Ground-resistance measurements of drill-hole casings* by
F. E. Griffith and E. J. Gleim. May 3944. [l]-|-7 p. 1 pi. 4" (Report of in-
vestigations, R. I. 3756.) [Proce.ssed.] t 128.23.3750

Engines. Possible hazards attending u.so of engines operated on butane fuel in
mining and tunneling; by L. B. Berger and II. II. Schrenk. May 1944. [l]-f-
6 p. 4° (Information circular, I. C. 7284.) [Processed.] f ' 128 27-7284



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810 Government Publications

Erplosians iu medium-pressure acetylene generators ; by G. W. Jones, G. S. Scott,
R. E. Kennedy, and W. J. Huff. May 1944. [1] +20 p. 7 p. of pi. 4° (Report
of investigations, R. I. 3755.) [Processed.] t 128.23:3755

Oases. Apparatus for determining minimum energies for electric-spark ignition
(if tlammable gases and vapors ; by P. G. Guest. May 1944. [l]-f-l() p. 6 p. of
pi. 4° (Report of investigations, R. I. 3753.) [Processed.] t 128.23:3753

GiiHoUne. National motor-gasoline survey, winter 1943-44 ; by O. C. Blade. May
1944. [1] +28 p. 1 pi 4° (Report of investigations, R. I. 3758.) [Processed.] t

I 28.23 : 3758

Natural gasoline and allied products, Apr. 1944. [1944.] [2] p. 4° (Min-
eral industry surveys; NGR 944a-112.) [Monthly. Processed.] t

1 28.47 : 112

Geophysical ahstracts 116, Jan.-Mar. 1944; compiled by W. Ayvazoglou and V.
Skitsky. May 1944. [l]+54 p. 4° (Information circular, I. C. 7285.)
[Processed.] t
L. C. card GS37-206 1 28.27 : 7285

Gold, silver, copper, lead, and zinc in Texas (mine report) ; by Chas. W. Hender-
son and R. H. Mote. 1944. [2] +4 p. [Preprint from Minerals yearbook,
1943.] * Paper, 5c. 1 28.37/a : G 563/10/943

Metallurgy. Electrical devices applied to metallurgical research ; by E. V. Potter.
1944. ii+30 p. il. (Technical paper 661.) * Paper, 10c. • Item 646
L. C. card 44-41066 I 28.7 : 661

Mine accidents. Employment and accidents at nonmetallic-mineral mines in

United States during 1942; [prepared by F. J. Kennedy and L. T. Miller].

[Mar. 15, 1944.] 15 p. 4" (Mineral industry surveys; H. S. S. no. 332.)

[Processed.] j 128.26:332

Mining machinery. Permissible mine equipment approved during 1943; by E. J.
Gleim. May 1944. [l]+5 p. 4° (Information circular, I. C. 7283.) [Proc-
essed.] t 128.27:7283

Motor fuel. Forecast of demand for motor fuel and crude oil, June 1944. [1944.]
3 p. 4° (Mineral industi-y surveys; MFR 108.) [Monthly. Processed.] t

1 28.41 : 108

Petroleum. Crude petroleum and petroleum products, Apr. 1944. [1944.] 11 p.
4° (Mineral industry surveys; P 249.) [Monthly. Processed.] t

I 28.18/2 : 249

■ Weekly crude oil stock report 554-558. June 2-30, 1944. Each 1 p. 4°

(Mineral industry surveys.) [Processed.] t 128.46:534-558

Plastics. Inflammability and explosibility of powders used in plastics industry ;
by Irving Hartmann and John Nagy. May 1944. [l]+38 p. 10 p. of pi. 4°
(Report of investigations, R. I. 3751.) [Processed.] t 128.23:3751

Publications. New publications, Bureau of Mines, monthly list 349; May 1944.
[1944.] 3 p. t • Item 642 128.5/2:349

Supplement to List of publications, Bureau of Mines, Jan. 1-Dec. 31, 1943,

with subject and author index. 1944. ii+30 p. [Supplements earlier lists
of publications issued from 1910 to Dec. 31, 1942.] t • Item 638

1 28.5A : 943

Safety fuses. Burning rate of fuse : by D. Harrington and R. G. Warneke. May
1944. [1]+10 p. 4° (Information circular, I. C. 7281.) [Processed.] t

I 28.27 : 7281

Safety lamps. Construction, care, and use of permissible flame safety lamps ; by
A. B. Hooker. 1944. ii+18 p. il. (Minei's' circular 44.) * Paper, 10c.
• Item 640
L. C. card 44-41146 1 28.6 : 44

&7o/r; by Oliver Bowles and M. S. Jenisen. 1044. [2]+9p. il. [Preprint from
Minerals yearbook, 1943.] * Paper, 5e. I 28.37/a : Si 14/943

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Smokestacks. Dilution of stack effluents [with bibliography] ; by G. E. McElroy,
C. E. Brown, L. B. Berger, and H. H. Schrenk. 1&44. iv+46 p. il. (Technical
paper 657.) * Paper, 10c. • Item 646
L. C. card 44-41065 1 28.7 : 657

NATIONAL PARK SERVICE

Natiotial parks. Statement concerning facilities available to the public in na-
tional park areas during 1944 season ; revised to [May 8]. [1944.] [l]+5 p. 4°
[Processed. May 8 has been added with rubber stamp.] t 1 29.2 : F 11/2/944

RECLAMATION BUREAU

Deschutes project. Crooked River Crossing, North Unit Main Canal, Deschutes
project, Oreg. [United Publishing Co., Denver, May 15, 1944.] cover title, 32 p.
18 pi. map, 4° (Specifications 1072.) [Schedule, specifications, and drawing;
bids will be received until June 3, 1944.] t Paper, $1.75. I 27.8: 1072

Earthwork and structures, concrete highway bridge, station 1018+21.8,

concrete highway bridge station 1295+20, City of Prineville Railway siphon,
station 1362+12, and Sherwood Canyon siphon, station 1528+75, north unit
main canal, Deschutes project, Oreg. [United Pub. Co., Denver, Colo., Apr.
26, 1944.] cover title, 32 p. 7 pi. map, 4" (Specifications 1071.) [Schedules,
specifications, and drawings; bids will be received until June 1, 1944.]
t Paper, $1.50. 1 27.8 : 1071

Turbine, governor, generator, power transformers, switching equipment,

and control equipment for 3d unit. Cove power plant, and power transformers,
switching equipment, and control equipment for Redmond and Oromite sub-
stations, Deschutes project, Oreg. [United Publishing Co., Denver, June 13,
1944] cover title, 81 + [1] p. 8 pi. 4° (Specifications 1074.) [Invitation for
bids, schedules, specifications, and drawings.] t Paper, $3.00. I 27.8 : 1074

Fort Peck project. 115-kilovolt transmission line from Fort Peck power plant
to Glendive, Mont., and 34.5-kilovolt transmission line from Frazer to Wolf
Point, Mont., Fort Peck project, Mont. [Bradford-Robinson Ptg. Co., Denver,
June 17, 1944.] cover title, 29 p. 51 pi. map, 4° (Specifications 1073.) [Sched-
ules, specifications, and drawings; bids will be received until July 15, 1944.]
t Paper, $2.00. ' 1 27.8 : 1073

SOLID FUELS ADMINISTRATION FOR WAR

Coal. Distribution of coal shipments. — Preliminary estimates of production of
bituminous coal and lignite. — Weekly coal report. See Mines Bureau, Coal,
p. 809.



INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION

NoTB. — The bound volumes of the decisions, usually known as Interstate Commerre Com-
mission reports, Interstate Commerce Commission reports — Motor carrier cases, and Inter-
state roninierce Commission leports — Valuation reports, are sold by the Superintendent of
Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington 25, D. C, at various prices, depending
upon the .size of the volume. Separate di'cisions or opinions are sold on subscription, price
I1..50 per volume; foreign subscription, $2.00; single copies, usually 5c. In ordering a
volume, be sure to specify the series and whether Finance or other tnan Finance decisions
are desired. Entries for the separate decisions are grouped below under center heads fol-
lowing other Interstate Commerce Commission publications.

Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen & Knginemen. No. 8728, in Court of Appeals,
District of Columbia, Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen & Enginemen et al. v.
Interstate Commerce Commission; brief for appellee. [1944.] cover title,
ii+42 p. t IC 1.13/1 : B 795

CarHcrs. Civil action no. 285, in district court for eastern district of Virginia,
Richmond division, American Trucking Associations, Inc. [et al.] v. United
States and Interstate Commerce Commission ; brief for Interstate Commerce
Commission. [1944.] cover title, ii +44 p. X IC 1.13/1 : Am 35/8

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Carriers — Continued.

. Revenue and tratlic of carriers by water, 4th quarter 1043. [1944.] 4p

oblong large 8° (Statement Q-650, QWS.) [Processed. Subject to revision.] t
L. C. card A 42-3364 IC 1 wat.ll : 943/4

• Revenue and trafBc of carriers by water, [calendar] year 1943. [1944.]

4 p. oblong large 8" (Statement Q-GSO, QWS.) [Processed. Subject to re-
vision.] t IC 1 wat.ll : 943/5

• Supplement 47 to List 3 of corporate names of common carriers by rail

(including express), water or pipe line (including names of their receivers or
trustees, if any), tiling tariffs, concurrences, or powers of attorney with Inter-
state Commerce Commission and compiled from its records, compiled Feb. 1,
1&44; prepared by Section of Tariffs, Bureau of Traffic. [1944.] [l]-fl3 p. 4"
[Processed. Cancels Supplement 46. Supplements 38 and 47 contain all
changes.] t IC 1.15 : 3/supp.47

Supplement 48 to List 3 of corporate names of common carriers by rail

(including express), water or pipe line (including names of their receivers or
trustees, if any), filing tariffs, concurrences, or powers of attorney with Inter-
state Commerce Commission and compiled from its records, compiled May 1,
1944; prepared by Section of Tariffs, Bureau of Traffic. [1944.] [1]+14 p. 4"
[Processed. Cancels Supplement 47. Supplements 38 and 48 contain all
changes.] t IC 1.15 : 3/supp.48

Decisions. See, below, center heads beginning Decisions.

Finance decisions. See, below, center head Decisions (Finance).

Freight. Preliminary summary of freight commodity statistics of class 1 steam
railways in United States, calendar year 1943. [1944.] 5 p. oblong large 8°
(Statement 4419; Transport Economics and Statistics Bureau.) [Subject to
revision.] t • Item 704 IC 1 ste.26 : 943/13

Freight forwarders. Revenues, expenses and statistics of freight forwarders,
4th quarter and [calendar] year 1943. [1944.] 2 p. t" (Statement Q-950,
QFF.) [Processed. Subject to revision.] t IC 1.19 : 943/4

Fuel and power for locomotives and rail motor cars of class 1 steam railways in
United States (class 1 switching and terminal companies included), Mar. 1944.
[1944.] 2 p. oblong large S° (Statement M-230, OS-E; Transport Economics
and Statistics Bureau.) [Monthly. Subject to revision.] t • Item 706
L. C. card A 36-784 IC 1 ste.30 : W4/3

Motor carrier decisions. See, below, center head Decisions (Motor carrier).

Motor carrier finance decisions. See, below, center head Decisions (Motor carrier
finance).

Motor carriers. Revenues, expenses, other income, and statistics of class 1 motor
carriers of passengers; 4th quarter 1943. [1944.] 2 p. oblong large 8" (State-
ment Q-750, BRE: Transport Economics and Statistics Bureau.) [Subject to
revision.] t • Item 693
L. C. card A 39-871 IC 1 mot.l2 : ^3/4

Revenues, expenses, other income, and statistics of class 1 motor carriers

of passengers, [calendar] year 1943. [1944.] 6 p. oblong large 8° (Statement
Q-750, BRE: Transport Economics and Statistics Bureau.) [Subject to
revision.] t • Item 693 IC 1 mot.l2 : 943/5

Revenues, expenses, other income and statistics of class 1 motor carriers

of property; 4th quarter 1943. [1944.] 2 p. oblong large 8" (Statement
Q-800; Transport Economics and Statistics Bureau.) [Subject to revision.] t

• Item 694

L. C. card A 39-1053 IC 1 mot.l3 : 943/4

• Revenues, expenses, other income, and statistics of class 1 motor carriers of

property, calendar year 1943. [1944.] 2 p. oblong large 8° (Statement Q-800 ;
Transport Economics and Statistics Bureau.) [Subject to revision.] t

• Item 694 IC 1 mot.13 : ^3/5

Opinions. See, below, center heads beginning Decisions.
• Sent to Depository Libraries



July 1944 813

Pipe lines. Transportation revenue and traffic of large oil pipe line companies,
carriers having annual operating revenues of more than $.JO0,0O0; 1st quarter
1944. [1944.] 1 p. f (Statement Q-GOO, QPS.) [Processed. Subject to
revision.] t IC 1 pip.7 : 944/1

Railroad accidents. In matter of making accident investigation reports under
locomotive inspection act of Feb. 17, 1911, as amended : Atchison, Topeka &
Santa Fe Railway, accident near Mendon, Mo., Apr. 21, 1944, caused by failure
of lubricator .steam pipe. [1944.] 4 p. 4° [Processed.] t IC 1 acci.5 : M 523

• Same : New York Central System, accident, Ashtabula, Ohio, Mar. 13, 1944,

caused by failure of locomotive reversing gear. [1944.] 4 p. 4° [Processed.] t

IC 1 acci.5 : As 37/2

Same: Seaboard Air Line Railway, accident (boiler explosion), Catawba,

S. C, Apr. 27, 1944, caused by overheating of crown sheet due to low water.
[1944.] 10 p. 4° [Processed.] t IC 1 acci.5 : C 281

— — - Investigation 2789 : Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louis Railway
Company, report in re accident. Deer Creek, Ohio, Apr. 7, 1944. [1944.] 6 p.
il. 4° [Processed.] t IC 1 acci.5 : D 36/2

Investigation 2790: St. Louis Southwestern Railway Company, report in re

accident near Kent, Ark., Apr. 8, 1944. [1944.] 8 p. il. 4° [Processed.] t

IC 1 acci.5 : K 413/3

Investigation 2791 : Chesapeake and Ohio Railway Company, report in re

accident, Presque Isle Yard, Toledo, Ohio, Apr. 11, 1944. [1944.] 6 p. il. 4°
[Processed.] t IC 1 acci.5 : T 575/2

Investigation 2792 : Wabash Railroad Company, report in re accident near

Gallatin, Mo., Apr. 11, 1944. [1944.] 8 p. il 4" [Processed.] t

IC 1 acci.5 : G 135

Investigation 2795: Pennsylvania Railroad Company, report in re accident

near Ardara, Pa., May 1, 1944. [1944.] 8 p. il 4° [Processed.] t

IC 1 acci.5 : Ar 28

Rail-highway grade-crossing accidents, year ended Dec. 31, 1943. Washing-
ton, D. C. May 1944. [2] +31 p. 4° (Statement 442L) [Processed.] $

L. C. card A 38-1029 IC 1 acci.8 : 943

Summary of accidents reported by steam railways, Jan. 1944. 1944. 1 p.

oblong large 8° (Statement M-400; Transport Economics and Statistics Bu-
i-eau.) [Monthly. Subject to revision.] t • Item 716

L. C. card A 27-80 IC 1 ste.31 : 944/1

Railroads. 56th annual report of statistics of railways in United States, year



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