Checklist of United States Public Documents, 1789-1909, Third Edition Revised and Enlarged, Volume 1, Lists of Congressional and Departmental Publications Page: 316
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Classification CI. SECRETARY-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
C43 Chicago, Ill. Rules and regulations relating to anchorage and movement
of vessels in harbors of Chicago. May 7, 1909. 40
M32 Marblehead, Mass. Regulations for patrol of courses of German-American
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.]
C1.91: 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:A1 1).
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 Commerce
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, C1.2:0r3.]
C2.1: Annual reports on salmon fisheries of Alaska
(date) [1903, issued separately only; 1904 and 1905, in annual reports of Commerce and
Labor Department (C1.1:), 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:Al111, and C6.2:Al1 6s.8
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