United States Congressional Serial Set

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1913 - United States
Reports, Documents, and Journals of the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives.
 

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Contents

Summers Dr S Lewis Fort Washington Pa acetylsalicylic acid
71
Merrimac Chemical Co Boston Mass hydrate of alumina
98
Michigan Carbon Works Detroit Mich charcoal
104
Dow Chemical Co Midland Mich bleaching powder or chloride of lime
114
Batten Co New York N Y perfumery 397
119
Drury Jno H Troy Ohio chlorate of potash
120
Elson Brewer New York N Y salicylic acid
130
Tirrell Frederick N Boston Mass chalk Paris white whiting natural
131
Goodrich Co Milwaukee Wis linseed
138
Gudger Francis A New York N Y pyroxylin compounds
166
Brown W Vance Asheville N C mica
178
National Association of Tanners Milwaukee Wis dying or tanning extracts
183
Verona Chemical Co North Newark N J spices peppermint clove pimento
195
Natural Products Refining Co Jersey City N J bichromate of potash sul
215
Victor Chemical Works Chicago Ill Epsom salts
246
Burley Tyrell Co Chicago Ill pottery
262
OConnell Joseph F coaltar dyes or colors
264
Heller Merz Co Buffalo N Y coaltar dyes
265
Ohio Chemical Manufacturing Co Cleveland Ohio epsom salts
272
Heller Merz Co Newark N J ultramarine blue
273
Pacific Mills Cocheco Department Dover N H hydron blue
290
Hibberd N San Francisco Cal whale oil sulphur bottoms finbacks etc
293
Wilckes Martin Wilckes Co New York City lampblack bone ivory or vege
304
Paint Manufacturers Association of the United States Philadelphia Pa
322
Higginson Manufacturing Co Newburgh N Y whiting and Paris white
323
Bauer Chemical Co New York N Y chemicals
329
Paint Manufacturers Association of the United States Detroit Mich white
330
Park Tilford chemicals oils paints and perfumery
337
Philadelphia Pa Quartz Co Philadelphia Pa silicate of soda
347
Italian Chamber of Commerce New York N Y
365
Randolph Hollins N Atlanta Ga charcoal acetate of lime and wood
374
Asheville Mica Co Asheville N C mica
486
Tilton Optical Co Tilton N H spectacles lenses
491
Denny Wright Rome Ga asphaltum
505
Limoges China Co Sebring Ohio pottery 680
519
Klipstein E C New York N Y indigo extracts or pastes
524
Rueb Gleichman Rotterdam barytes
534
Krebs H J Newport Del lithopone crude baryta and zinc ores
543
Gostling Charles R Eustis Fla kieselguhr diatomite
546
Meyer Co New York N Y quarry tiles 436
551
Russell Borate Mining Co Ventura Cal borax boric acid and borate of lime 124
553
Kubie Co New York N Y chicle
554
Guernsey Earthenware Co Cambridge Ohio pottery
587
La Manna Azema Farnan et al New York N Y olive
595
MartinCopeland Co Providence R I lenses cameras etc 900
635
Kolb George New York N Y decorated china
668
Schoellkopf J F Buffalo N Y coaltar dyes
670
Carpenter H B Newark N J animal charcoal 305
683
National Carbon Co Cleveland Ohio carbons
697
National Vial and Bottle Manufacturers Association glass bottles
707
Lesley Robert W cement lime
735
Léon Maurice New York N Y medicinal soaps alcoholic and nonalcoholic
779
Watts Ethelbert consul general Brussels glass industry
780
National Window Glass Association window glass
785
Mallinckrodt et al tannic gallic and pyrogallic acid caffeine chloroform
797
A New York N Y olive
838
Wells W E East Liverpool Ohio white tableware
857
Mechling Bros Manufacturing Co Camden Ñ J
886
Williams Brown Earle Philadelphia Pa lenses
891
Neilson Winthrop C Philadelphia Pa bauxite alumina 510
910
Pedrara Onyx Co San Diego Cal onyx
941
Witnesses swearing
946

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Page 689 - Minerals, crude, or not advanced in value or condition by refining or grinding, or by other process of manufacture, not specially provided for in this section.
Page 133 - Chairman, Ways and Means Committee, House of Representatives, Washington, DC, DEAR SIR...
Page 691 - Earthy or mineral substances wholly or partly manufactured and articles, wares, and materials (crude or advanced in condition), composed wholly or in chief value of earthy or mineral substances, not specially provided for, whether susceptible of decoration or not, if not decorated in any manner, 30 per centum ad valorem; if decorated, 40 per centum ad valorem.
Page 299 - An Act to prohibit the importation and use of opium for other than medicinal purposes," approved February ninth, nineteen hundred and nine.
Page 684 - Articles and wares composed wholly or in chief value of earthy or mineral substances, not specially provided for in this section, whether susceptible of decoration or not, if not decorated in any manner, thirty-five per centum ad valorem...
Page 547 - ... built-up mica, and all manufactures of mica or of which mica is the component material of chief value, 40 per centum ad valorem; ground mica, 20 per centum ad valorem.
Page 746 - Glass bottles, decanters, and all articles of every description composed wholly or in chief value of glass, ornamented or decorated in any manner...
Page 9 - ... five cents per pound; all other acids not specially provided for in this section, twenty-five per centum ad valorem. 2.
Page 330 - All paints, colors, pigments, lakes, crayons, smalts and frostings, whether crude or dry or mixed, or ground with water or oil or •with solutions other than oil, not otherwise specially provided for in this Act, thirty per centum ad valorem ; all paints, colors and pigments, commonly known as artists' paints or colors, whether in tubes, pans, cakes or other forms, thirty per centum ad valorem.
Page 382 - American industry is not free, as once it was free; American enterprise is not free; the man with only a little capital is finding it harder to get into the field, more and more impossible to compete with the big fellow. Why? Because the laws of this country do not prevent the strong from crushing the weak.

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