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JOSEPH C. O'MAHONEY, Wyoming, Chairman
JAMES E. MURRAY, Montana

HUGH BUTLER, Nebraska
SHERIDAN DOWNEY, California

EUGENE D. MILLIKIN, Colorado
ERNEST W. McFARLAND, Arizona

GUY CORDON, Oregon
CLINTON P. ANDERSON, New Mexico ZALES N. ECTON, Montana
GLEN H. TAYLOR, Idaho

GEORGE W. MALONE, Nevada
HERBERT H. LEHMAN, New York

ARTHUR V. WATKINS, Utah
MILLS ASTin, Chief Clerk

N. D. McSHERRY, A88istant Chief Clerk
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Statement of—

Chapman, Oscar L., Secretary of the Interior.--

Humphrey, Hubert H., United States Senator from Minnesota.
Kilgore, Harley M., United States Senator from West Virginia..
Lamb, George A., manager of business surveys, Pittsburgh Consolida-

tion Coal Co., Pittsburgh, Pa
Morse, Wayne, United States Senator from Oregon.-
Myers, Francis P., United States Senator from Pennsylvania --

EXHIBITS

Acreage covered by mineral leases, licenses, and permits 1931-49---

Anthracite:

Output per man day and percent of total production loaded mechani-

cally underground, 1915–48 (fig. 10) -

Production and average value per ton, 1915–49 (fig. 11).
Anthracite and fuel oil, comparative consumption in percent of total used

for space-heating purposes in the primary anthracite market area, 1929

and 1936–49 (fig. 8)---
Anthracite industry:

Production and average number of men employed in, 1915–49 (fig. 9) --

Statistical trends in Pennsylvania, 1915–49 (table 5)

British thermal unit equivalent, percentage of total, contributed by the

several mineral fuels and water power in the United States, 1899–1949

(table 2).

British thermal units, percentage of total, equivalent contributed by the

several mineral fuels and water power in the United States, 1899–1949

(fig. 2) --

Bureau of the Budget report on S. 3215.

Bureau of Mines answers to questions in article in the Christian Science

Monitor, April 27, 1950..

Bureau of Mines statement re Karrick process.

Coal:

Bituminous and lignite mining industries in the United States, 1905,

1910, 1915, 1920–49; production, value, employment, output per

man; number of mines and mechanization (table 3) --

Consumption of bituminous and lignite, by consumer class, with retail

deliveries in the United States 1933–49, in thousands of net tons

(table 4).

Trends of bituminous and lignite production, realization, and net

income or deficit in the United States, 1905–49 (fig. 7) -

Trends of production, employment, mechanization, and output per

man at bituminous and signite mines in the United States, 1905–49

(fig. 6)--

Commerce Department report on S. 3215.-

Crude, United States imports of, and products by products, quarterly,

1946–49 (fig. 4) ---

Energy:

Annual supply of, from mineral fuels and water power in the United

States, 1899–1949 (fig. 1) --

Annual supply of, from mineral fuels and water power in the United

States, 1889 and 1899–1949, in trillions of British thermal units

(table 1).

Fuel, consumption of, by electric utilities in New England and the Middle

Atlantic States for production of electric energy, 1948, 1949, and 1950

(table 7)--

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Interior Department report on S. 3215--

Karrick process, Bureau of Mines statement re..

Labor Department report on S. 3215-

Minerals from public lands, production of, 1920-48.
National Coal Association, Southern Building, Washington, D. C., letter

re fuel-energy inquiry -

Natural gas, production and value of, in the United States, 1916-49

(fig. 5).

Navy Department report on S. 3215

Oils, total supply all, 1918-49 (fig. 3)

Philadelphia & Reading Coal & Iron Co., Reading Terminal, Philadelphia,

Pa., letter transmitting views of anthracite industry re nature and scope

of inquiry -

Power generated by coal, oil, and natural gas at electric public-utility

plants in New England and the Middle Atlantic States, 1948-49 (table

6) -

Power revenues, Department of the Interior.

Receipts under the Mineral Leasing Act, February 25, 1920, to June 30,

1949..

Receipts under miscellaneous mineral leasing acts, July 1, 1918, through

June 30, 1949.

Receipts under various mineral leasing acts, 1918-49, summary --

S. 6—A bill to aid in preventing shortages of petroleum and petroleum

products in the United States by promoting the production of synthetic

liquid fuels

S. 3215—A bill to establish the Commission on the Coal Industry-
S. 3383—A bill to promote interstate commerce in coal to provide for the

conservation of the coal resources of the Nation to assure an adequate

supply of coal and for other purposes -
Senate Joint Resolution 157-A joint resolution to establish a special

Bipartisan Coal Commission...
Senate Resolution 239——A resolution to investigate available fuel reserves

and formulate a national fuel policy of the United States.
Truman, Harry S., the President of the United States, letter to Vice Presi-

dent re legislation to establish a Commission on the Coal Industry ----

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