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List of admissions to the building before and after office hours, and on Sundays

and holidays, prior to 1930. Requests for authentication of certified copies of patents and trade-marks prior to 1930.

APPOINTMENT DIVISION Applications for appointments and transfers prior to July 1, 1930. Applications for annual, sick, and without-pay leave for employees of the office

of the Secretary for the year 1930.

PAPERS TO BE DISPOSED OF BY CONGRESSIONAL AUTHORITY

2 cases designation sheets, enumerators, 1920. 1 case preliminary figures, population announcements, 1920. 1 case letters of acknowledgement of population announcements, 1920. 2 cases index cards, blind and deaf, 1920. 6 cases supervisors' correspondence, 1920. 12 cases correspondence, etc., relative to enumerators' applications, 1930. 6 cases index cards, applicant for appointment as enumerator, 1930. 29,450 pcs. correspondence, agriculture, 1900 to April 1, 1930. 900 pcs. schedules, census of commercial greenhouses, 1918. 500 pcs. correspondence with field agents, manufactures census (Southern States),

1922-23. 3,500 pcs. irrigation and drainage schedules, 1920 census, omits and duplicates. 1,300 pcs. correspondence and telegrams, hides, skins, and leather 1927, 1928,

and 1929. 49,700 pcs. schedules, hides, skins, and leather, 1926–27. 800 pcs. supplemental information from irrigation enterprises, 1920 census. 4,000 pcs. correspondence with manufacturers (Southern States), 1922. 7,500 pcs. field correspondence, drainage, and correspondence with irrigation

and drainage enterprises, 1920–21. 500 pcs. correspondence with field agents, manufactures census in (Southern

States), 1922-23, making total of 1,000. 350,000 card reports collected prior to November 1, 1930.

BUREAU OF NAVIGATION

Duplicate marine documents, 1928, 1929, 1930.
Triplicates of correspondence regarding admeasurement, 1919, 1920, 1921.

RADIO DIVISION

International accounts settled prior to June 30, 1930: Supervisor of radio, Atlanta, Ga.

345 amateur radio station licenses expiring prior to January 1, 1930, with

correspondence relating thereto. Supervisor of radio, Boston, Mass.:

Amateur operator station licenses prior to July 1, 1927. Form 765. Applications for amateur operator licenses. Form 756, prior to July 1, 1927. Applications for amateur station licenses. Form 762, and accompanying cor

respondence, prior to July 1, 1927. Records of commercial operators, the licenses of which expired prior to July

1, 1927. Form 756. Applications for ship station licenses. Form 761, prior to July 1, 1927. Records of ship inspections. Form 771, and accompanying correspondence,

prior to July 1, 1927. Records of commercial, broadcasting, and experimental radio stations, the

licenses of which expired prior to July 1, 1927. Applications for commercial, broadcasting, and experimental station licenses.

Form 761, and accompanying correspondence, prior to July 1, 1927.

General office correspondence and statistical reports prior to July 1, 1927. Supervisor of radio, Chicago, Ill.:

Canceled amateur operator and station licenses with old applications and

correspondence pertaining thereto prior to October, 1930. Amateur class operator examinations (failures) prior to July 1, 1929. Canceled commercial, ship and broadcast station licenses with correspondence

prior to 1928. Frequency checks, monthly, 1928.

Supervisor of radio, Chicago, Ill.-Continued.

Office correspondence prior to July 1, 1929.
Applications for without pay and extended sick leave for employees of the

bureaus of the department for the year 1930. Original appointments and recommendations received during calendar year

1929, which have been canceled. Inquiries received during calendar year 1929 concerning persons not found

on the records of the department. Division of purchases and sales:

Travel authorizations, 1924-1927, inclusive.
Allotment control sheets, 1927.
Proposals Nos. 17331-19038, inclusive, 1927.
Classified expenditure records 1927.
Ledger records, 1927.
Memorandum bills of lading Nos. 77249-93216, inclusive, from May 20,

1926, to November 7, 1927.
Voucher memorandum copies of invoices, 1923–1927, inclusive.
Copies of reimbursable bills, 1923–1927, inclusive.
Copies of letter orders, 1927.
Orders, 1927.
Office correspondence, re purchase of supplies, 1927.
Allotment records, 1927.
Stock and shipping section copies of invoices for supplies and services, 1927.
Stock and shipping section copies of orders, 1927.
Requisition for blank forms, 1927.
Requisition for printed stationery, stock books and blanks, 1927.
Stock and shipping copies of purchase invoices, 1927.
Stock and shipping copies of morning reports, 1927.
Carbon copies of bills of lading, 1927.
Copies of property invoices, 1924–1927, inclusive.
Miscellaneous receipts, 1927.
Correspondence re surplus property, with Chief Coordinator, 1924-1927,

inclusive.
Report of shipments, 1925–1927, inclusive.
Stock and shipping reports, 1924-1927, inclusive.
Stock and shipping copies of requests to ship, 1927.
Correspondence re, and copies of, inspection reports, 1927.

BUREAU OF FISHERIES

(Papers may be examined at office, corner Sixth and B Streets SW.) Division of administration:

Requests for publications, fiscal year 1929.
Requests for photographs and lantern slides, fiscal year 1929.
Manuscript of report of the commissioner, 1926, 1927, 1928, 1930 (now

printed). Routine correspondence, deputy commissioner, fiscal years 1919–1925 and

1928. Tissue (extra) copies of letters for Secretary's signature, calendar years 1924,

1925, and 1926. Routine correspondence re maintenance of buildings of bureau in Washing

ton, 1920–1930.
Leave of absence card records, field, 1929.
Leave of absence card records, District of Columbia, 1929.
Reports of leave of absence, field, 1929.
Monthly report of absences, field, 1902–1906.
Applications for leave of absence, field and District of Columbia, 1929.
Efficiency reports, field, January, 1920, to December, 1925.
Summary reports of leave of absence, District of Columbia, 1922–1928.
Stubs of publications franks, 1929.
Card record of civil-service certificates, 1904–1909.
Civil-service certificates (copies) acted on, 1909–1924.

Division of Alaska fisheries:
Correspondence re-

Personnel, 1914–1923.
Transportation of freight on steamers Fernwood and Brookdale, 1919-

1922.
Packers' hatchery operations, Alaska, 1904-1906.
Seal census, 1914-15.
Wireless station, Pribilof Islands, 1913–1915.
War Department and floating salmon traps, 1920.
Stream closing, central Alaska, 1919.
Wood River salmon census, 1916.
Salmon regulations hearings, 1918–1921.
Salmon regulations, Yukon River, 1921.
Shipment and marketing of sealskins, 1913–1916.
Wood River investigations, 1913-1916.
Nugashak Bay, 1913–1916.
Afognak Island and fur-seal commission, 1912–1914.
Trap sites, 1914-1916.
Administration of Pribilof Islands, 1909–1919.
Purchase of supplies for Pribilof Islands, 1913–1917.
Fur-seal fisheries, 1910-1917.
Sale of seal bones, 1918-1921.
Accounts with special disbursing agents, 1917-1924.
Sale and shipment of sealskins, 1910.
Seal patrol service, 1906–1914.
Copper River investigations, 1914–1920.
Salmon fisheries, 1907-1917.
Salmon fisheries regulations, 1924-1926.
Cooperation with Alaska officials, 1913-1915.
Invoices Eider and Brant, 1920–1927.
Salary assignments, 1919–1929.
Electric light plant Pribilof Islands, 1918-1924.

Native orders (copies) from Sears, Roebuck & Co., 1918–1922.
Travel orders (copies) 1922–1925.
Speech by Senator Fess, 1924 (extra copies).
Catalogue of sale of fur-seal and fisheries, 1914-1917 and 1921-1930.
Records of vouchers, seal and salmon fisheries of Alaska, 1914–1926.
Record of vouchers, buildings and improvements, Pribilof Islands, 1916.
Record of vouchers, national security and defense, 1918.
Report of influenza epidemic, Bristol Bay, Alaska, 1919 (copy).
Vouchers and correspondence re proceeds of sale of sealskins (copies) 1918-

1927.
Requests for information re Alaska service, 1908–1923.
Reports of wardens, 1912-1917.
Invoices and proposals (copies) 1926–27.
Sealskin certificates (copies) 1922–23.
Inventory reports, St. Paul Island, 1911–1920.

Newspaper clippings, 1923 and 1926.
Division of vessels:

Monthly reports of vessels (copies) fiscal years 1929–1931.
Division of fish culture:

Applications for fish (copies), 1927–1929.
Correspondence re fish applications, 1927-1929.
Applications for fish, filled, 1927-1929.
Receipt cards for fish, 1927-1929.
Station reports of eggs and fry, 1927-1929.
Shipping cards for fish, 1927-1929.
Messenger reports, 1927-1929.
Station reports of temporary labor, 1927-1929.
Stenographers' notebooks, 1927-1929.
Register for proposals (discontinued), 1927-1929.
Superintendent reports of station operations, 1927-1929.
Monthly distribution reports of fish and eggs, 1927-1929.
Fish-culture reports (discontinued), 1927-1929.
Routine correspondence with fish-cultural stations, 1890-1922.

Supervisor of radio, Chicago, Ill. --Continued.

Office correspondence prior to July 1, 1929.
Applications for without pay and extended sick leave for employees of the

bureaus of the department for the year 1930. Original appointments and recommendations received during calendar year

1929, which have been canceled. Inquiries received during calendar year 1929 concerning persons not found

on the records of the department. Division of purchases and sales:

Travel authorizations, 1924–1927, inclusive.
Allotment control sheets, 1927.
Proposals Nos. 17331-19038, inclusive, 1927.
Classified expenditure records 1927.
Ledger records, 1927.
Memorandum bills of lading Nos. 77249-93216, inclusive, from May 20,

1926, to November 7, 1927.
Voucher memorandum copies of invoices, 1923–1927, inclusive.
Copies of reimbursable bills, 1923–1927, inclusive.
Copies of letter orders, 1927.
Orders, 1927.
Office correspondence, re purchase of supplies, 1927.
Allotment records, 1927.
Stock and shipping section copies of invoices for supplies and services, 1927.
Stock and shipping section copies of orders, 1927.
Requisition for blank forms, 1927.
Requisition for printed stationery, stock books and blanks, 1927.
Stock and shipping copies of purchase invoices, 1927.
Stock and shipping copies of morning reports, 1927.
Carbon copies of bills of lading, 1927.
Copies of property invoices, 1924–1927, inclusive.
Miscellaneous receipts, 1927.
Correspondence re surplus property, with Chief Coordinator, 1924-1927,

inclusive.
Report of shipments, 1925–1927, inclusive.
Stock and shipping reports, 1924-1927, inclusive.
Stock and shipping copies of requests to ship, 1927.
Correspondence re, and copies of, inspection reports, 1927.

BUREAU OF FISHERIES
(Papers may be examined at office, corner Sixth and B Streets SW.)
Division of administration:

Requests for publications, fiscal year 1929.
Requests for photographs and lantern slides, fiscal year 1929.
Manuscript of report of the commissioner, 1926, 1927, 1928, 1930 (now

printed). Routine correspondence, deputy commissioner, fiscal years 1919–1925 and

1928. Tissue (extra) copies of letters for Secretary's signature, calendar years 1924,

1925, and 1926. Routine correspondence re maintenance of buildings of bureau in Washing

ton, 1920–1930.
Leave of absence card records, field, 1929.
Leave of absence card records, District of Columbia, 1929.
Reports of leave of absence, field, 1929.
Monthly report of absences, field, 1902-1906.
Applications for leave of absence, field and District of Columbia, 1929.
Efficiency reports, field, January, 1920, to December, 1925.
Summary reports of leave of absence, District of Columbia, 1922–1928.
Stubs of publications franks, 1929.
Card record of civil-service certificates, 1904-1909.
Civil-service certificates (copies) acted on, 1909–1924.

Division of Alaska fisheries:
Correspondence re-

Personnel, 1914-1923.
Transportation of freight on steamers Fernwood and Brookdale, 1919

1922.
Packers' hatchery operations, Alaska, 1904–1906.
Seal census, 1914-15.
Wireless station, Pribilof Islands, 1913–1915.
War Department and floating salmon traps, 1920.
Stream closing, central Alaska, 1919.
Wood River salmon census, 1916.
Salmon regulations hearings, 1918–1921.
Salmon regulations, Yukon River, 1921.
Shipment and marketing of sealskins, 1913-1916.
Wood River investigations, 1913–1916.
Nugashak Bay, 1913–1916.
Afognak Island and fur-seal commission, 1912–1914.
Trap sites, 1914-1916.
Administration of Pribilof Islands, 1909-1919.
Purchase of supplies for Pribilof Islands, 1913–1917.
Fur-seal fisheries, 1910–1917.
Sale of seal bones, 1918-1921.
Accounts with special disbursing agents, 1917-1924.
Sale and shipment of sealskins, 1910.
Seal patrol service, 1906–1914.
Copper River investigations, 1914–1920.
Salmon fisheries, 1907-1917.
Salmon fisheries regulations, 1924-1926.
Cooperation with Alaska officials, 1913-1915.
Invoices Eider and Brant, 1920–1927.
Salary assignments, 1919–1929.
Electric light plant Pribilof Islands, 1918-1924.

Native orders (copies) from Sears, Roebuck & Co., 1918–1922.
Travel orders (copies) 1922–1925.
Speech by Senator Fess, 1924 (extra copies).
Catalogue of sale of fur-seal and fisheries, 1914-1917 and 1921-1930.
Records of vouchers, seal and salmon fisheries of Alaska, 1914-1926.
Record of vouchers, buildings and improvements, Pribilof Islands, 1916.
Record of vouchers, national security and defense, 1918.
Report of influenza epidemic, Bristol Bay, Alaska, 1919 (copy).
Vouchers and correspondence re proceeds of sale of sealskins (copies) 1918-

1927.
Requests for information re Alaska service, 1908–1923.
Reports of wardens, 1912-1917.
Invoices and proposals (copies) 1926–27.
Sealskin certificates (copies) 1922–23.
Inventory reports, St. Paul Island, 1911-1920.

Newspaper clippings, 1923 and 1926.
Division of vessels:

Monthly reports of vessels (copies) fiscal years 1929–1931.
Division of fish culture:

Applications for fish (copies), 1927-1929.
Correspondence re fish applications, 1927-1929.
Applications for fish, filled, 1927-1929.
Receipt cards for fish, 1927-1929.
Station reports of eggs and fry, 1927-1929.
Shipping cards for fish, 1927-1929.
Messenger reports, 1927-1929.
Station reports of temporary labor, 1927-1929.
Stenographers' notebooks, 1927-1929.
Register for proposals (discontinued), 1927-1929.
Superintendent reports of station operations, 1927-1929.
Monthly distribution reports of fish and eggs, 1927-1929.
Fish-culture reports (discontinued), 1927-1929.
Routine correspondence with fish-cultural stations, 1890-1922.

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