Report of the Department of the Interior ... [with Accompanying Documents]., Volume 1

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1916

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Contents

Report of the Secretary of the InteriorContinued
140
Appendix A Development of our mineral resources
153
Worlds production of pig iron in 1913_
159
One man with one metalcutting machine equipped with tungsten high
172
Growth in annual production of Portland cement in the United States
187
Curve showing production and exportation of phosphate rock 19041913
193
Curves showing growth in quantity and value of salt produced in
200
Production of sheet mica in 1880 and 1913 compared
206
National park statistics
215
Area of lands entered and patented
225
Ferry or Caddo Lake oil lands in Louisiana
232
Map compiling and drafting
248
Report of the Commissioner of the General Land Office Continued Page
254
General
343
Statistical tables
351
Functions and organization of the bureau
385
School buildings and school sanitation
391
Special features
429
Map of the United States showing areas covered by geologic maps pub
464
Report of the Director of the United States Geological SurveyContinued
527
Map of the United States showing areas covered by topographic surveys
536
Work of the yearContinued Page
589
Purpose and aims of the Bureau of Mines
601
Some benefits from the work of the bureau
607
Report of the Director of the Bureau of MinesContinued
611
Some urgent needs of the bureau
619
Organization chart of the Bureau of Mines
624
Progress of investigations
631
Report of the Director of the Bureau of MinesContinued
638
Report of the Director of the Bureau of MinesContinued
663
Officers of the hospital
703
Officers of the institution
752
Exercises of presentation day
758
Appendix DReport of the president to the board of directors
765
Appendix ERegulations
772
Statistical tables
778
Financial statements
799
Roster of officers
812
The college of arts and sciences
816
Capitol Plaza
831
Expenditures
838
National patriotism
844
Map showing location of National Parks
848
parksContinued
851
General statement
907
Forest fires
913
Report of the superintendent of the Yosemite National ParkContinued Page
930
Map of Yosemite National Park
935
General statement_
941
Mammals
945
Excerpt from the act making appropriations for the sundry civil
958
Report of the supervisor of the Mount Rainier National ParkCon Page
962
Rules and regulations
970
Report of the superintendent of the Mesa Verde National Park
977
Rules and regulations of March 30 1912
983
Map showing railroad routes to Mesa Verde and Rocky Mountain
988
General statement
991
Concessions
997
General statement
1007
Map of the Glacier National Park
1008
Concessions
1011
General statement
1025
Summary
1033
General statement
1039
Map of Wind Cave National Park_
1040
Movement of live stock
1043
Report on Sullys Hill Park Casa Grande Ruin the Muir Woods Petri
1049
Diagram showing Sullys Hill Park North Dakota
1051
Report on Sullys Hill Park Casa Grande Ruin the Muir Woods Petri
1053
Diagram showing Devils Tower National Monument Wyoming
1056
Diagram showing El Morro National Monument New Mexico
1063
Diagram showing Tumacacori National Monument Arizona
1070
Diagram showing Gran Quivira National Monument New Mexico
1076
Diagram showing Colorado National Monument Colorado
1082
Diagram showing Papago Saguaro National Monument Arizona
1089
Diagram showing Grand Canyon National Monument Arizona
1096
Diagram showing Devil Postpile National Monument California
1102
General statement
1113
Forest fires
1119
Continued Page
1120
History
1131
Report of the superintendez Ecses 20 History
1132
Map showing courses for Oertel system of mountain climbing
1136
Employees
1137
Radioactivity of the waters
1145
rece TIL LITE 3
1150
Map of a portion of Hot Springs
1152

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Page 274 - That five per centum of the proceeds of the sales of public lands lying within said State which shall be sold by the United States subsequent to the admission of said State into the Union, after deducting all...
Page 464 - Survey, and the classification of the public lands and examination of the Geological Structure, mineral resources and products of the national domain...
Page 1129 - States is hereby authorized, in his discretion, to declare by public proclamation historic landmarks, historic and prehistoric structures, and other objects of historic or scientific interest that are situated upon the lands owned or controlled by the Government of the United States to be national monuments, and may reserve as a part thereof parcels of land, the limits of which in all cases shall be confined to the smallest area compatible with the proper care and management of the objects to be...
Page 544 - Harrison, the area mapped being 30 square miles, for publication on the scale of 1 :62,500, with a contour interval of 20 feet. For the control of the...
Page 1066 - ... injury, is prohibited. The outfits, including guns, traps, teams, horses, or means of transportation used by persons engaged in hunting, killing, trapping, ensnaring, or capturing such birds or wild animals, or in possession of game killed on the park lands under...
Page 1019 - Fishing with nets, seines, traps, or by the use of drugs or explosives, or in any other way than with hook and line, is prohibited. Fishing for purposes of merchandise or profit is forbidden.
Page 998 - An Act to codify, revise, and amend the penal laws of the United States...
Page 1129 - Agriculture, and \Var to institutions which they may deem properly qualified to conduct such examination, excavation, or gathering, subject to such rules and regulations as they may prescribe: Provided, That the examinations, excavations, and gatherings are undertaken for the benefit of reputable museums, universities, colleges, or other recognized scientific or educational institutions...
Page 1129 - That any person who shall appropriate, excavate, injure, or destroy any historic or prehistoric ruin or monument, or any object of antiquity, situated on lands owned or controlled by the Government of the United States, without the permission of the Secretary of the department of the Government having jurisdiction over the lands on which said antiquities are situated...
Page 706 - SEC. 5. That for tests or investigations authorized by the Secretary of the Interior under the provisions of this act, other than those performed for the Government of the United States, or State governments within the United States, a reasonable fee covering the necessary expenses shall be charged, according to a schedule prepared by the Director of the Bureau of Mines and approved by the Secretary of the Interior, who shall prescribe rules and regulations under which such tests and investigations...

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