Publications of the American Statistical Association, Volum 11

American Statistical Association, 1910

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Side 332 - Provided, that no such government shall be erected or constituted in any town not containing twelve thousand inhabitants; nor unless it be with the consent and on the application of a majority of the inhabitants of such town, present and voting thereon, pursuant to a vote at a meeting duly warned and holden for that purpose...
Side 76 - That any person that shall knowingly make a false affidavit for such purpose shall be deemed guilty of perjury and upon conviction thereof shall be punished by...
Side 557 - cause to be taken on a special schedule of inquiry, according to such form as he may prescribe, the names, organizations, and length of service of those who had served in the Army, Navy, or Marine Corps of the United States in the war of the rebellion, and who are survivors at the time of said inquiry, and the widows of soldiers, sailors, or marines.
Side 78 - Printer for such printing as may be necessary to carry out the provisions of this Act, to wit: Blanks, schedules, circulars, pamphlets, envelopes, work sheets, and other items of miscellaneous printing; that he is further authorized to have printed by the Public Printer, in such editions as the director may deem necessary, preliminary and other census bulletins, and final reports of the results of the several investigations authorized by this Act or by the Act to establish a permanent Census Office...
Side 76 - Office, so as to permit of the collection of statistics for census purposes, including the proper and correct enumeration of all persons having their usual place of abode in said hotel• apartment house, boarding...
Side 72 - ... individual living out of a family competent to answer the inquiries made in compliance with the requirement of this act, then it shall be lawful for the enumerator to obtain the required information as nearly as may be practicable from the family or families or person or persons living nearest to such place of abode who may be competent to answer such inquiries.
Side 550 - Proceedings of the annual conventions of the Association of Officials of Bureaus of Labor Statistics of America: Fourteenth (1898), Nineteenth (1903), Twentieth (1904), Twenty-first (1905), and Twenty-second (1906).
Side 488 - Mr. POTTER. Yes. Nationally, we have a shortage of other screenings. Economically, the anthracite industry is pretty much hemmed in because of their high costs of production, and their markets are very much limited to the New England States and the States of New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania. Taking into account the cost of production and the freight rate and the low quality of those coals bituminous has just hemmed them in all around for the past 25 years. Mr. JENSEN. Do you realize that we...
Side 113 - The Worth of a Penny: or, A Caution to keep Money. WITH THE CAUSES OF THE SCARCITY AND MISERY OF THE WANT THEREOF, in these hard and Merciless Times. As also HOW TO SAVE IT, in OUR DIET, APPAREL, RECREATIONS, &c.
Side 70 - Whenever he shall deem it expedient, the Director of the Census may charge the collection of these statistics upon special agents or upon detailed employees, to be employed without respect to locality. The form and subdivision of inquiries necessary to secure the information under the foregoing topics shall be determined by the Director of the Census.

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