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Page 185 - Report of the Surgeon General of the Army to the Secretary of War, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1 892.
Page 106 - Thirdly, there is the condition of dependence on one side and assistance on the other. The padrone does not establish his control over a man, strictly speaking, either by force or fraud. Dr. Rossi calls the padrone system "the forced tribute which the newly arrived pays to those who are acquainted with the ways and language of the country.
Page 55 - Index to the annual reports of the US Department of Agriculture for the years 1837 to 1893, inclusive.
Page 56 - Bibliography of United States public documents (relating to interoceanic communication across Nicaragua, Isthmus of Panama, Isthmus of Tehuantepec etc.), prepared in the office of the Superintendent of documents.
Page 388 - ... directed the Secretary of the Interior to consider and report on the expediency of the establishment of a permanent census bureau. No final action in the matter was taken by Congress, however, and nothing more was done until March 19, 1896, when the Commissioner of Labor was directed to report to the Congress for its consideration, as soon as practicable, a plan for a permanent census service.
Page 116 - The marked reduction of the ratio of killed to wounded may be placed to the credit of the smallcaliber bullet; but the lessened mortality among the cases which came into hospital may not wholly be attributed to the humane character of the wounds inflicted by this missile. Due credit must be given to the improved surgical methods of the present day. Wounds of any region of the body may be taken in comparison and the result will always be found to show a decided lessening in the percentage of cases...
Page 167 - I have spoken. It is true — and we may speak of this with pride — that special investigations have been made by disinterested students of the subject and that reports of great value have been published in the annuals of the State Board of Health and of the State Bureau of Labor Statistics. No reports of any other State Boards of Health contain such precise and satisfactory information as to the diseases of workingmen employed in the principal industries of the commonwealth. Commencing with 1878,...
Page 393 - Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That there shall be established in the Department of the Interior a Bureau of Labor...