Annual Report of the Director of the United States Geological Survey to the Secretary of the Interior, Volume 27

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1906 - Forest reserves

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Page 30 - Harrison, the area mapped being 30 square miles, for publication on the scale of 1:62,500, with a contour interval of 20 feet.
Page 40 - Lloyd, topographer, on the above scale and with the same contour interval. 1898. — O'Fallon sheet, in Calhoun and Jersey counties, was mapped by Mr. Paul Holman, topographer, for publication on the scale of 1:125,000, with a contour interval of 50 feet. The...
Page 30 - The total new area mapped was 291 square miles, for publication on the scale of 1:62,500, with a contour interval of 20 feet.
Page 69 - A review of the laws forbidding pollution of inland waters in the United States, second edition, by EB Goodell.
Page 40 - The total area surveyed was 1,604 square miles, for publication on the scale of 1:62,500, with a contour interval of 20 feet, in connection with which 1,693 linear miles of levels were run and 56 permanent bench marks were established.
Page 46 - Taylor, the area mapped being 565 square miles, for publication on the scale of 1:250,000, with a contour interval of 200 feet.
Page 96 - STAMPED BELOW AN INITIAL FINE OF 25 GENTS WILL BE ASSESSED FOR FAILURE TO RETURN THIS BOOK ON THE DATE DUE. THE PENALTY WILL INCREASE TO SO CENTS ON THE FOURTH DAY AND TO $1.OO ON THE SEVENTH DAY OVERDUE.
Page 46 - Burney, the area mapped being 620 square miles, for publication on the scale of 1:125,000, with a contour interval of 100 feet.
Page 40 - Tufts, G. Young and the city of St. Louis, and was published on the scale of 1 :24,000 with a contour interval of 20 feet. This sheet was reduced and included in the St. Louis double atlas sheet, scale 1 :62,500 and contour interval 20 feet, a resurvey of the 1888 sheets.
Page 41 - ... general auspices of this section. Field work was begun by six geologists early in June, 1914, and was continued into the autumn. One of the four resulting bulletins (Bulletin 612) has already appeared and is described on page 27. l The activities of the section have concerned the States of Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Dakota, Utah, and Washington. 3. The section of Coastal Plain investigations — T. Wayland Vaughan, geologist in charge...

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