Thirteenth Census: Hearings Before the Committee on the Census of the House ...

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1908 - United States - 103 pages

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Page 94 - Statutes, which provides that the head of each Department is authorized to prescribe regulations not inconsistent with law for the government of his Department, the conduct of its officers and clerks, the distribution and performance • of its business and the custody, use, and preservation of the records, papers, and property appertaining to it, applicable to the Department of Commerce and Labor.
Page 94 - In his judgment the interests of industrial peace may require it to be done ; and all duties performed and all power and authority now possessed or exercised by the head of any executive department In and over any bureau; office, officer, board, branch, or division of the public service by this act transferred to the Department of Labor, or any business arising therefrom or pertaining thereto...
Page 6 - He shall also, from time to time, make such special investigations and reports as he may be required to do by the President, or by Congress, or which he himself may deem necessary.
Page 101 - That any supervisor who may abandon, neglect, or improperly perform the duties required of him by this act may be removed by the Director of the Census...
Page 94 - ... creation of said Department, by the head of any Executive Department in and over any bureau, office, officer, board, branch, or division of the public service transferred to said Department, or any business arising therefrom or pertaining thereto, or in relation to the duties and authority conferred by law upon such bureau, office, officer, board, branch, or division of the public service, whether of appellate or advisory character or otherwise, are vested in and exercised by the Secretary of...
Page 99 - 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...
Page 15 - December thirtyfirst, next preceding the enumeration of population, and shall be confined to manufacturing establishments and mines and quarries which were in active operation during all or a portion of that year. The census of manufactures shall furthermore be confined to manufacturing establishments conducted under what is known as the factory system, exclusive of the so-called neighborhood, household, and hand industries.
Page 54 - That the Director of the Census may authorize the expenditure of necessary sums for the actual and necessary traveling expenses of the officers and employees of the Census Office, including an allowance in lieu of subsistence not exceeding...
Page 51 - ... company, business, institution, establishment, religious body, or other organization, or to records or statistics in his official custody, contained on any census schedule...
Page 48 - Director according to the difficulty of enumeration, having special reference to the regions to be canvassed and the sparsity of settlement or other considerations pertinent thereto. The compensation allowed to an enumerator in any such district shall be not less than three nor more than six dollars per day of eight hours actual field work, and no payment shall be made for time in excess of eight hours for any one day.

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