Checklist of United States Public Documents, 1789-1909, Third Edition Revised and Enlarged, Volume 1, Lists of Congressional and Departmental Publications Page: 314
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Classification C1. SECRETARY--Continued
C1.2: General publications-Continued
C815 Cortelyou, George B. Address of Secretary Cortelyou [on New England
in commerce and industry], at banquet of New England Manufacturing
Jewelers and Silversmiths' Association, Providence,
R. I., Mar. 5, 1904. 1904.
C816 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.
D44 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.)
El 5 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 investigate
condition of immigration station at Ellis Island. 1904.
(Dept. of Commerce and Labor doc. 10.)
Foods. Hearing before commission appointed by Secretaries of Treasury,
Commerce and Labor, and Agriculture to make rules and
regulations for carrying into effect provisions of foods and drugs
act approved June 30, 1906 [notice]. See A1.2:F731.
In4 Inheritance-tax laws, digest of principal features of laws of Great
Britain, France, and Germany, with outline of inheritance taxation
in United States, and collection of judicial decisions relating
thereto. Dec. 1907.
Lll Labor conference, proceedings of conference with representatives of
labor [Washington, D. C.], Feb. 10, 11, 1909. 1909.
N21 Naturalization. [Statement showing approximate number of petitions
for naturalization filed in various courts, Sept. 27-Dec. 31, 1906.]
Jan. 18, 1907.
N42y New York Harbor. Revision of New York anchorage regulations, report
[of committee appointed Mar. 20, 1906]. Jan. 14, 1907.
LSee, for revised regulations, issued by Navigation Bureau, C11.2:
Or3 Organization and law of Department of Commerce and Labor [with
bibliographies; by Clair Richards Hillyer, law clerk]. 1904.
(Dept. of Commerce and Labor doc. 13.)
SI 5 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 proceedings
connected with Slocum disaster and life-preserver cases].
Oct. 8, 1904.
St21 Statistical reorganization, report of committee appointed by Secretary
of Commerce and Labor to inquire into statistical work of Department.
Mar. 2, 1908.
St2 2 Same, [with] statements of witnesses before committee. Mar. 2,1908.
Su71 Supplies. Schedule showing contractors and prices for miscellaneous
supplies [for Department of Commerce and Labor] during fiscal
year 1907. 1906. large 8
Su72 Same, 1908. 1907. large 8
Su73 Same, 1909. 1908. 4
V24 Valencia, steamer. Wreck of steamer Valencia, report to President of
Federal commission of investigation [Lawrence 0. Murray,
William T. Burwell, and Herbert Knox Smith]. Apr. 14, 1906.
(nos.) [None issued.]
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