Bulletin, Volume 4, Issue 10

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Page 7 - The other five sections of the report deal with fire clay mines, gypsum mines, iron mines, limestone quarries, and sandstone quarries. The data shown are production, number of employes, days in operation, classified rates of wages, total annual wage and salary payments, and hours of labor per week. All information...
Page 43 - Miners. Machine Runners and Helpers. Loaders (Including Drillers and Shooters). Average Number of Tons Mined Per Year. Average Number of Tons Mined Per Day. Average Number of Tons Cut Per Year Average Number of Tons Cut Per Day.
Page 7 - Kinnison had charge of the examination and tabulation of the returns made by the employers of the State and the report was prepared by Miss Carrie E.
Page 30 - Total Number of Mines In Operation. Number of Mines Having Each Specified Kind of Opening.
Page 13 - Fifty firms reported the number of employes on the fifteenth of each month or for the payroll nearest the fifteenth. The monthly variation was as follows : Number of Month.
Page 9 - The number of tons mined in each (a) The short ton of 2,000 pounds is used throughout this report, and all figures are for total production, including all grades of coal mined,.
Page 37 - TABLE 17— AVERAGE NUMBER OF DAYS WORKED PER YEAR BY PICK MINERS IN PICK MINES, AND BY LOADERS (INCLUDING DRILLERS AND SHOOTERS) IN MACHINE MINES, 1904 TO 1915 INCLUSIVE.

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