Checklist of United States Public Documents, 1789-1909, Third Edition Revised and Enlarged, Volume 1, Lists of Congressional and Departmental Publications Page: 458
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I 14. CENSUS OFFICE (Permanent)
[Established July 1, 1902. Transferred July 1, 1903, to Commerce and Labor Department, under name of
Bureau of the Census (C3.). See, for History and growth of United States census, by Carroll D. Wright
and William C. Hunt, 1900, Y4.C33 2:H62.]
[1903, in annual report of Interior Department (I 1.1:), and also issued separately.
See, for later reports, C3.1:]
Act of Mar. 6, 1902, providing for establishment of permanent census
office, with amendatory acts, and provisions of other acts relating
to Census Office. 1902. 4
Death. Manual of international classification of causes of death;
adopted by United States Census Office for compilation of mortality
statistics, for use beginning with year 1900. 1902.
Medical education in vital statistics; instruction of medical students in
registration methods, uses of registration data, duties and obligations
of physicians. 1903.
North, Simon Newton Dexter. Cooperation and unification in Federal
and State statistical work, paper read at 19th annual convention
of Commissioners of State Labor Bureaus, Washington, D. C.,
Apr. 28, 1903, by S. N. D. North; [with Federal and State statistical
laws and reports]. 1903.
Physicians. Relation of physicians to mortality statistics; international
classification of causes of death as adopted by United
States Census Office and approved by American Public Health
Registration of vital statistics. Legislative requirements for registration
of vital statistics, necessity for uniform laws, methods, and forms;
resolutions of Congress and American Public Health Association,
with specimen form of law for registration of deaths. 1903.
Registration of deaths, practical methods to secure complete returns,
standard certificate of death, suggestions as to its use and treatment,
forms of permanent records, information for local registrars.
1903. [Title on cover is: Practical registration methods.]
Same [with alterations on p. 29]. 1903.
See, for later publications, relating to registration of vital statistics,
See, for later bulletins, C3.3:
Special bulletins 4
1 [Not issued.]
I 15. PUBLIC DOCUMENTS DIVISION
[The act of Feb. 5, 1859, providing for keeping and distributing public documents by the Secretary of Interior,
repealed the joint resolution of Mar. 20, 1858, supplementary to the joint resolution of Jan. 28, 1857,
and amended sec. 3 of the said resolution of Jan. 28,1857. Among the provisions of the act of Feb. 5, 1859,
was one which required "that a register of * * * documents shall be kept under authority of the Secretary
of Interior, showing quantity and kind of each at any'time received byhim in pursuance of this act;
and it shall be his duty to be caused to be entered in such register, at the proper time, when, where, and to
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