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Knocked-down houses, construction of.......
Knowles, Morris, acknowledgments to....
Lighting, artificial, systems of.
See also Doors, windows, sunlight.
situation of house on, conditions de-
suggested arrangement of, figure show-
Louvers, use of, in ventilation..
Map of town, advantages of.
Mosquitoes, breeding of, prevention of..
Painting, exterior, precautions in.......
Poultry, restrictions regarding..
improperly located, view of...
proper care of...
rear view of...
Rent of houses, factors determining..
hipped, definition of...
pitch of, conditions determining..
Shingles, asphalt, use of..
metal, objection to....
Sewage, disposal of, methods for.
See also Wastes.
Sewer system, importance of installing.
Sanitation, importance of, in mining towns..
Screens, kinds of....
methods of applying..
Shrinkage of timbers, prevention of..
Site of town, conditions determining.
Slate, for roofs, merits of..
Springs, as source of water supply.
Veranda, "built in," objection to...
"built on," advantage of..
floor of, construction of..
roof of, advisability of omitting.
Wastes, removal of, methods of..
Water supply, importance of...
See also Cisterns: springs, wells.
Windows, area for, conditions determining..
screening of, importance of..
44 Woodwork, interior, construction of...
size of, factors governing..
Vaults, concrete, objections to...
See also Doors; windows.
Ventilators, ceiling, use of, in ventilation....
Yard, importance of garden in.......
The Bureau of Mines, in carrying out one of the provisions of its organic act-to disseminate information concerning investigations made-prints a limited free edition of each of its publications.
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SUPERINTENDENT OF DOCUMENTS,
The general law under which publications are distributed prohibits the giving of more than one copy of a publication to one person. Additional copies must be purchased from the Superintendent of Documents. The cost of this bulletin is 15 cents.
First edition. February, 1915.
General statement regarding wastes of natural gas....
Occurrence of gas and oil......
Factors affecting flow of gas and oil in different sections of the same field or
in neighboring wells.......
Effect of drilling neighboring wells...
Effect of formation of waxy sediment....
History of the making of gasoline from natural gas.
Two successful plants in 1904.......
Production of gasoline from natural gas in the eastern part of the United States.
The gasoline industry in West Virginia.
The industry in Pennsylvania..
The industry in California..
Production in 1912...
Noteworthy interest in the industry.
Marketing the product.
Distribution of plants..
Future of the industry in Oklahoma.........
Production in 1911 and 1912.....
Production in 1913..........
Chemistry of natural gas..
Natural-gas analyses made by the bureau..
Comments on the analyses...
Relation of character of oils in the sand.
Effect of pressure and temperature on gases in the strata.
Testing natural gases for gasoline content..
Classification of kinds of natural gas.
“Dry” natural gas...
"Wet" natural gas.