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Classification C2. ALASKAN FISHERIES DIVISION-Continued
Alaska. Reports relating to Alaskan seal fisheries [1906 and 1907; by
W. I. Lembkey]. 1908. [5242-376]
See, for 1904 and 1905 reports [4911-98].
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,
See, for Organization and law of Department of Commerce and Labor, C1.2:0r3.]
[1904-09, in annual reports of Commerce and Labor Department (C1.1:), and issued
separately also. See, for report, July 1-Oct. 28, 1903, C3.2:P42.]
Abstract of 12th census, 1900. 3d edition. 1904. [See, for 1st and 2d
editions, I 13.2 :A-b81,2.]
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, 17901900].
[1904.] [Paper by Merriam from Century magazine, Apr.
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 Commissioners
of State Labor Bureaus, Concord, N. II., July 12, 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 relative
to treatment of jointly returned causes and revision of international
classification, plan proposed by Committee on Demography
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. [Prepared
in cooperation with Forest Service.]
Mortality statistics, [calendar year] 1905, 6th annual report, with revised
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.]
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
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