Checklist of United States Public Documents, 1789-1909, Third Edition Revised and Enlarged, Volume 1, Lists of Congressional and Departmental Publications Page: 391
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Classification DC1. COMMISSIONERS-Continued
DC1.2: General publications-Continued
D63 District of Columbia. Origin and government of District of Columbia;
by William Tindall. 1903. 224 p. il.
D63 2 Same. 1907. 224 p.il.
D633 Same. 1907. 220 p. il.
D634 Same. 1908. 226 p. il. [See, for reprint of p. 1-30, Y4. D631 :0r4.]
Legislative Assembly (note)
[The Legislative Assembly was created by act of Feb. 21, 1871, which established the
1st municipal government of the District of Columbia, and its first session began
May 15, 1871. This Assembly consisted of 2 houses, the Council and the House
of Delegates; see, for publications of the Council, DC1.2:C831-6, and for publications
of the House of Delegates, DC1.2:D37 -6. The Territorial form of government
was abolished by act of June 20, 1874, and the Legislative Assembly adjourned
sine die June 22, 1874.]
L521 Legislative Assembly. Acts and resolutions of 1st session of 1st Legislative
Assembly of District of Columbia, May 15-Aug. 23, 1871.
Washington, D. C., Chronicle Print, 1871.
L52 2 Same, 1st and 2d special sessions of 1st Legislative Assembly. Washington,
Chronicle Publishing Company, 1872. *
L523 Legislative Assembly. Laws of District of Columbia, 1871-72: pt. 1,
Organic act and subsequent acts of Congress affecting District of
Columbia; pt. 2, Acts of regular session of 1st Legislative Assembly;
pt. 3, Acts of 1st and 2d special sessions of 1st Legislative
Assembly; pt. 4, Acts of 2d Legislative Assembly. Washington,
Chronicle Publishing Company, 1872.
L524 Same, 1873: Acts of 3d Legislative Assembly. Washington, Chronicle
Publishing Company, 1873.' *
[The 4th Legislative Assembly was in session Apr. 27-June 22, 1874, but the only
act which became a law was the appropriation for salaries, and this was not
Public Works, Board of (note).
[The Board of Public Works of District of Columbia was established under act of
Feb. 21, 1871, which provided for the 1st municipal government of the District.
The board made 3 reports, the first of which, covering the period from its organization
until Mar. 6, 1872, had 3 pages and appeared only as 42d Congress, 2d session,
Senate executive document 69, serial no. 1479. The 2d (1872) and 3d (1873) reports
appeared both in bureau and Congressional editions and are entered below. It
is probable that the board made no other reports as it was abolished by act of
June 20, 1874, which established the 2d municipal government of the District of
P961 Public Works, Board of. Report of Board of Public Works of District
of Columbia from its organization until Nov. 1, 1872. [Washington,
Chronicle Publishing Company, 1872.]?  p. (incl.
44 p. of folded tab.)  maps. [1562-1, pt. 6] [The Congressional
edition, printed at Government Printing Office, has only
253 p. and 2 maps, the matter having been rearranged and some
P962 Same, Nov. 1, 1873. Washington, Chronicle Publishing Company,
1873.  p.  maps. [1603-1, pt. 6] [Congressional edition,
printed at Government Printing Office, contains same matter as
bureau edition but has only 358 p. and no maps.]
St2 Statutes. Compiled statutes in force in District of Columbia, including
acts of 2d session of 50th Congress, 1887-89; [compiled by William
Stone Abert and Benjamin G. Lovejoy]. 1894. large 8
St81 Street-railway franchises. Laws relating to street-railway franchises in
District of Columbia. 1896.
St82 Same; recompiled and indexed by Daniel E. Garges. 1905.
T98 Typhoid fever. Report on typhoid fever in District of Columbia, submitted
by Medical Society of District of Columbia to Committee
on District of Columbia of House of Representatives, June 14,
1894. 1894. [3229-188]
W27 Washington, D. C. Maps of District of Columbia and city of Washington,
and plats of squares and lots of city of Washington. Washington,
printed by A. Boyd Hamilton, 1852. 1 p. 159 pl. 3 maps,
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